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Mobile Phone with Large Keys
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Operating Manual
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Olympia Business Systems Vertriebs GmbH
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Contents
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Contents
For Your Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intended Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unintended Use (Foreseeable Misuse) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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General Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Keys and Operating Elements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Scope of Delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Start Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Secondary Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Putting the Mobile Phone into Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Inserting the SIM Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inserting a MicroSD Memory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inserting the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching the Mobile Phone On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using the Mobile Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Information on Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Methods of Entering Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making and Taking Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu Options Available During a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Mobile Phone Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Call History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phone Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speed Dialling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Text Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phone Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Security Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dual-SIM settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restore Factory Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Emergency Call Function (SOS Key) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Low Battery Power Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic Handsfree function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shortcut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Organiser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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File Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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User Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Picture Dialling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Other Important Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CE Mark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SAR Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety Instructions
For Your Safety
Throughout this document, highlighted texts indicate potential dangers and
risks.
Safety Instructions
Observe the following safety instructions in order to protect yourself from the
possibility of personal injury and the product from damage.
 WARNING!
Pay attention to the information to prevent any personal injuries!
 Risk of electric shock!
Never attempt to open and repair the device or accessories yourself.
Never touch bare contacts with metallic objects. Never plug-in or unplug
the charging adapter when your hands are wet.
 Risk of suffocation!
Keep out of reach of children! Keep packaging materials and protective
foils as well as batteries out of reach of children. Keep the device and
any accessories out of reach of children. Small children can swallow
small parts or batteries. If a battery is swallowed, contact medical
assistance immediately.
 Risk of choking!
Risk to health through batteries! Keep batteries out of reach of children.
Do not swallow batteries. If a battery has been swallowed, contact
medical assistance immediately.
 Prevent life-threatening interference to heart pacemakers!
Maintain a safety distance of at least 15 cm! Never carry the mobile
phone in a breast pocket when switched on. Always hold the mobile
phone to the ear furthest away from the pacemaker during calls. Switch
the mobile phone off immediately if you notice or suspect any adverse
effects.
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Safety Instructions
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 CAUTION!
 Risk of explosion through improper replacement or removal of the
lithium battery!
Only replace the lithium battery by a type approved by the
manufacturer.
 Risk of hearing damage!
The ringing tone is issued via the loudspeaker. Take an incoming call
first and then hold the mobile phone to your ear. This prevents any
possible hearing damage.
 Do not use the phone in prohibited areas!
Prohibited areas could include hospitals, petrol stations, aeroplanes,
etc. Please observe local regulations!
 Reduce exposure to radio waves!
Use an appropriate headset in the case of longer calls. Do not keep the
mobile phone near your head.
 With regard to emergencies, do not rely on the mobile phone
alone!
For technical reasons, it is not possible to guarantee a reliable
connection in every situation.
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Safety Instructions
ATTENTION!
Avoid the risk of property damage to your device and observe the following
information!
 Protect the device from moisture, dust, liquids, chemicals, vapours,
heat and direct sunlight. The phone is not waterproof; therefore, keep it
dry.
 Only use original accessories. Only connect accessories approved by
the manufacturer.
 Repairs to this device may only be completed by properly qualified
service personnel.
 When using mobile communication equipment, interference can cause
disturbances.
 Telephoning while driving is only permitted when the applicable legal
regulations are observed.
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Intended Use
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Tips concerning the battery
Only use batteries and power adapters approved by the manufacturer,
otherwise the battery could be damaged.
Do not short circuit the battery. Always leave the battery in the mobile phone
to avoid accidentally short circuiting the battery contacts.
Keep the battery contacts clean and free of dirt.
The battery can be charged/discharged hundreds of times but its service life
is limited. Replace the battery when the battery power has decreased
noticeably.
To prevent unnecessary power consumption via the power adapter plug,
disconnect the power adapter plug from the power socket when the battery is
not being charged.
Intended Use
This mobile phone is designed for telephoning when connected to a mobile
phone network. Any other use is considered unintended use. Unauthorised
modification or reconstruction is not permitted. Under no circumstances open
the device or complete any repair work yourself.
Unintended Use (Foreseeable Misuse)
Any use of the device other than for that described in the Section "Intended
Use" is considered unintended use. Unauthorised modification or
reconstruction is not permitted.
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General Overview
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General Overview
This chapter provides information on the individual elements of the mobile
phone.
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Keys and Operating Elements
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Keys and Operating Elements
The following diagrams illustrate the keys and operating elements which you
can use used to exploit the functional scope of the mobile phone to the full.
Front View
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Keys and Operating Elements
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Earpiece
Display
Left-hand softkey
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Call key
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Keypad
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Star key
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Menu key
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Navigation keys, up / down
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Right-hand softkey
10 On-hook key
11 Hash key
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Keys and Operating Elements
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Secondary Display and Rear View
Important elements are provided on the rear and sides of the mobile phone.
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Keys and Operating Elements
Function LED (warning of a low battery charge and charging indicator)
Secondary display
Torch lamp (LED)
MicroUSB connection port
16 Charge contacts
17 Camera
18 SOS (emergency call) key
19 Battery compartment cover
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Keys and Operating Elements
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Side Views
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21 Headphone socket
22 Volume key
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Scope of Delivery
Scope of Delivery
The following are enclosed with the mobile phone supplied:
1 mobile phone
1 lithium ion battery
1 quick reference manual
1 USB connection cable
1 charging cradle
1 charging adapter
Display Icons
The table below indicates a series of display icons which frequently appear
and indicate a specific status of the mobile phone.
Symbol
Significance
Battery charge
Network availability
SIM not inserted
Bluetooth is switched on
Headphone is connected
Silent mode
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Start Screen
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Start Screen
The start screen is the standard display which appears when the mobile
phone is switched on. Flip the mobile phone open to deactivate the key lock
function and activate the start screen in the mobile phone display.
The start screen contains various useful indicators. In addition to the time
and date, icons indicating the battery charge and network availability are also
displayed.
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Start Screen
Display of the network availability
The current network availability is displayed at the top left of the mobile
phone screen:
Very good
Poor
The more bars displayed, the better the reception quality.
If you use the dual SIM function offered by the mobile phone, the network
availability and name of each mobile phone network used are displayed.
Some mobile phone networks offer better coverage than others in different
areas.
Display of the mobile phone network
The name of the mobile phone network appears in the center of the screen
above the time and date display.
Display of the battery charge
The current battery charge status is indicated in the mobile phone screen as
follows:
Full
Half empty
Low
Empty
When the battery charge is low, a corresponding warning message appears
in the display.
In cases where the battery charge is extremely low, it is possible that the
back-lighting for the screen no longer works and certain functions are no
longer available.
When the battery charge drops below a minimum status, the mobile phone
switches off automatically. Charge the battery in the mobile phone.
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Start Screen
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Display of the time
The current time is displayed in the centre of the mobile phone screen.
Set the time before using the phone for the first time.
Display of the date
The current date is displayed in the mobile phone screen underneath the
time.
Set the date before using the phone for the first time.
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Secondary Display
Secondary Display
The second display screen on the mobile phone is on the front side of the
device.
When calls and text messages are received or the mobile phone is flipped
open, the secondary display is activated and provides a useful overview of
various display and function options.
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Secondary Display
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Display of the network availability
The current network availability is displayed at the top left of the secondary
display screen:
Very good
Poor
The more bars displayed, the better the reception quality.
If you use the dual SIM function offered by the mobile phone, the network
availability and name of each mobile phone network used are displayed.
Some mobile phone networks offer better coverage than others in different
areas.
Display of the mobile phone network
The name of the mobile phone network is displayed under the time and date.
Display of the battery charge
The current battery charge status is indicated at the top right:
Full
Half empty
Low
Empty
When the battery charge is low, a corresponding message appears in the
secondary display screen.
In cases where the battery charge is extremely low, it is possible that the
back-lighting for the screen no longer works and certain functions are no
longer available.
When the battery charge drops below a minimum status, the mobile phone
switches off automatically. Charge the battery in the mobile phone.
Display of the time
The current time is displayed in the centre of the secondary display screen.
Set the time before using the phone for the first time.
Display of the date
The current date (with weekday) appears in the secondary display screen,
centred underneath the time.
Set the date before using the phone for the first time.
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Putting the Mobile Phone into Operation
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Putting the Mobile Phone into Operation
This chapter provides information on preparing the mobile phone for use.
Before you start, please read the safety information on Pages 5 - 8.
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Inserting the SIM Card
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Inserting the SIM Card
Before you can start to use the mobile phone, you must insert your SIM card
(not included in the equipment supplied) in the phone.
At certain points of this operating manual, reference is made to "SIM1". Since
this device supports the use of 2 SIM cards (dual SIM), the settings are also
applicable for SIM2 at the respective points.
The emergency call (SOS) function of the phone is completed by the SIM
card. Therefore, the emergency call (SOS) function can only be used when a
SIM card is inserted.
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Remove the battery compartment cover (1).
Press down lightly on the battery compartment cover with your thumb and
draw the cover downwards.
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Insert the SIM card (2) as illustrated.
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The battery compartment contains a useful diagram which indicates how to
position and align the SIM card correctly in the compartment.
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Inserting a MicroSD Memory Card
Inserting a MicroSD Memory Card
A microSD memory card (not included in the equipment supplied) can be
inserted, as an option, in the mobile phone. This increases the quantity of
data which can be stored on the mobile phone.
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Slide the microSD memory card with the contacts facing down in the
open compartment as illustrated.
The shape of the compartment ensures the card cannot be inserted
incorrectly.
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Inserting the Battery
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Inserting the Battery
Before you can use the mobile phone, you must insert the battery in the
mobile phone.
1.
Insert the battery (1) as illustrated.
The shape of the compartment ensures the card cannot be inserted
incorrectly.
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Replace the battery compartment cover (2).
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Charging the Battery
Charging the Battery
When charging the battery for the first time, it should be charged for at least
4 hours. Some batteries only reach their full capacity after several complete
charge/discharge cycles. If the battery is fully discharged, it may take some
time for the charging process to be indicated.
Before starting to charge the battery, check that it has been installed
properly. Do not remove the battery while the mobile phone is being charged.
This could damage the phone.
Charging the battery with the charging adapter
1.
Connect the power plug (1) to a properly installed power socket.
2.
Connect the microUSB plug (2) to the microUSB connection port on the
mobile phone.
Ensure that the microUSB plug (2) is correctly aligned to the microUSB
connection port when connecting it.
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The charging process is indicated in the display by means of a charging
battery icon.
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Switching the Mobile Phone On and Off
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Charging the battery with the charging cradle
1.
Connect the power plug (1) to a properly installed power socket.
2.
Connect the microUSB plug (2) to the USB connection port (3) on the
rear side of the charging cradle.
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Place the mobile phone in the charging cradle as illustrated.
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The charging process is indicated in the display by means of a charging
battery icon.
Switching the Mobile Phone On and Off
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Press the On-hook key
for 3 seconds.
Some SIM cards will require you to enter a PIN. Follow the instructions on the
screen.
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Information on Navigation
Using the Mobile Phone
This chapter provides information on the ways to operate the mobile phone.
Information on Navigation
Press the Navigation keys / to navigate through the menus and
submenus provided by the mobile phone and press the / keys to
start functions.
The / keys have different functions assigned to them according to
the different menus. The key is generally assigned the
"Confirm/Save/Option" function and the key the "Back/Cancel" function.
You will find display texts (Addnewcontact) illustrated in many sections of this
operating manual. These display texts correspond to the texts which appear
in the screen of your mobile phone. If several display texts appear in
succession, these can be selected in the mobile phone display in the
corresponding order by pressing the key.
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Methods of Entering Text
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Methods of Entering Text
You can change the text input method to enter other characters.
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Multi-tap, capital letters
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Multi-tap, small letters
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Digits 123
Multi-tap
In order to enter text in multi-tap mode, press the key labelled with the
corresponding letter/character. If the first character of the group is required,
press the key once. If the second character is required, press it twice, and so
on.
To enter two characters assigned to the same key, press the key the
respective number of times to enter the first character. Wait until the cursor
skips to the next position and then enter the letter.
Punctuation and special characters
Check that you are in Edit mode and press the key.
Punctuation marks and special characters are displayed. Use the navigation
keys / to move to the required character and press the key to
insert it in the text.
Repeatedly pressing the key in Edit mode scrolls through a list of
frequently used punctuation and special characters.
Other entries and functions
Press the key to enter a space.
Press the key to delete incorrect characters.
Press and hold the key for 2 seconds to delete all the characters.
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Making and Taking Calls
Making and Taking Calls
The following descriptions of functions assume that the start screen is
displayed as the starting point.
Making calls
1.
Enter the phone number required.
Press the key to delete a digit or press and hold the key for
2 seconds to delete all the digits.
2.
Press the Call key
. The phone number is dialled.
Taking calls
Incoming calls are indicated differently, according to the settings defined in
the mobile phone. The mobile phone can signal an incoming call by ringing
and/or vibrating.
You can take incoming calls in different ways.
Taking calls by pressing a key
Press the Call key
to take an incoming call.
Taking calls by flipping open
Flip the mobile phone open to take an incoming call.
Rejecting a call
You can reject incoming calls in different ways.
Rejecting calls using a key
Press the On-hook key
to reject an incoming call.
Rejecting calls by closing the cover
Close the mobile phone to reject an incoming call.
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Making and Taking Calls
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Ending a call
You can end calls in progress in various ways.
Ending calls using a key
Press the On-hook key
to end a call in progress.
Ending calls by flipping closed
Close the mobile phone cover while a call is in progress to end the call.
Setting the receiver volume
Adjust the receiver volume of the mobile phone while a call is in progress:
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Use the
key on the side of the mobile phone to raise or lower the
volume at the earpiece.
Attention! Exposure to the receiver earpiece at full volume for a long
period could cause ear damage.
Key lock
The key lock function is intended to prevent functions being activated
inadvertently.
1.
Close the mobile phone cover to activate the key lock.
2.
Flip the mobile phone open to deactivate the key lock.
Calls can be received and taken on the phone as normal even when the key
lock is activated. Incoming calls and text messages are indicated by the
ringing tone set and in the secondary display.
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Menu Options Available During a Call
Menu Options Available During a Call
You can change some settings while a call is in progress.
1.
Press the key while a call is in progress in order to open the menu
during the call.
Handsfree
You can select whether to hear the caller via the loudspeaker.
1.
Select the H-Free option while a call is in progress. The caller can then
be heard over the loudspeaker.
2.
Select H-Held to deactivate the loudspeaker again.
Muting the microphone
You can switch the microphone off while the call is in progress.
Muting the phone means that the call continues to be connected but the
caller can no longer hear you.
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While a call is in progress, navigate to the Silent option.
2.
Select On. The microphone is switched off.
3.
Select Off. The muting function is deactivated and the caller is able to
hear you again.
Putting a call on hold
You can select whether to put the call in progress on hold.
Putting a call on hold basically means keeping the caller connected but
having no direct communication. The caller is put on hold enabling you to call
someone else. The first caller cannot hear this call.
1.
While a call is in progress, navigate to the Hold option. The caller is put
on hold.
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Navigate to Options Retrieve to resume the call.
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Menu Options Available During a Call
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Conference calls
You can set-up a conference call, meaning communicating with at least two
other parties at the same time.
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While a call is in progress, navigate to the Newcall option and dial the
phone number required.
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Press the Call key
. The number of the contact selected is dialled.
The call with the first caller is put on hold.
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Select Conference. The conference call is set-up and you can now talk to
both parties (or more).
To end the conference call, select Options Endallcalls or press the On-hook
key
. Alternatively, select Options Endcall to end the call with one of the
parties involved in the conference call.
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Mobile Phone Menu
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Mobile Phone Menu
The main mobile phone menu is divided into topically organised groups
(submenus). All the most important functions are explained below.
Some texts in the menu appear as scrolling text. Wait a moment for the
respective selection in order to be able to read the scrolling text completely.
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Mobile Phone Menu
Call Center
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Call Center
Your mobile phone stores the last numbers dialled, calls received and calls
missed in various call lists.
If one of the phone numbers received matches an entry in the phone book,
the associated name appears.
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Call Center
Call list options
The same options are available for all of the call lists.
Call
You can call an entry.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callhistory.
3.
Select the required call list (Dialledcalls, Receivedcalls or Missedcalls).
4.
Select the required entry.
5.
Press the Call key
. The entry selected is dialled.
View
This option provides more detailed information (e.g. time and date of the call
and number of calls) regarding the entry selected.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callhistory.
3.
Select the required call list (Dialledcalls, Receivedcalls or Missedcalls).
4.
Select the required entry.
5.
Select Options View. An overview of more detailed information on the
selected entry is displayed.
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Send text message
You can write and send a text message to the selected entry.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callhistory.
3.
Select the required call list (Dialledcalls, Receivedcalls or Missedcalls).
4.
Select the required entry.
5.
Select Options Sendtextmessage.
6.
Enter your text.
7.
Select Options Sendto.
8.
Select the required contact.
Alternatively, enter the required phone number manually.
9.
Select Options Send. The text message is sent.
Save in the phone book
You can store the phone numbers related to entries in the call list in your
phone book.
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1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callhistory.
3.
Select the required call list (Dialledcalls, Receivedcalls or Missedcalls).
4.
Select the required entry.
5.
Select Options SavetoPhonebook.
6.
Select the storage location for the new phone book entry (ToSIM1 or
ToPhone).
7.
Enter a name for the phone book contact.
8.
Select Options Save. The phone book contact is saved.
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Delete
You can delete an entry from the call lists.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callhistory.
3.
Select the required call list (Dialledcalls, Receivedcalls or Missedcalls).
4.
Select the required entry.
5.
Select Options Clear.
6.
Confirm the prompt. The contact is deleted.
Delete all
You can delete all the entries in a call list.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callhistory Deletecalllogs.
3.
Select the required call list (Dialledcalls, Receivedcalls or Missedcalls).
4.
Confirm the prompt. All the entries in the call list are deleted.
Alternatively, you can delete all the call lists in one operation. Press the key, navigate to Callcenter Callhistory Deletecalllogs All. Confirm the prompt.
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Call Settings
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Call Settings
You can use this menu to define various settings which affect the phoning
behaviour of your mobile phone.
Send own phone number
You can define whether you send your own phone number to the person
called with each outgoing call (SendID), not to send it (HideID) or have this
setting defined by your mobile phone provider (Setbynetwork).
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callsettings SIM1callsettings CallerID.
3.
Select the required setting. The setting is saved.
Call waiting
You can define whether a new, incoming call should be indicated by means
of the call waiting signal while a call is already in progress.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callsettings SIM1callsettings Callwaiting.
3.
Select the required setting.
This service may need to be enabled by your mobile phone provider. You
can check whether the service is available in Querystatus.
Call divert
You can define whether and, if so, in what situations incoming calls should be
diverted from your mobile phone to another number (Divertallvoicecalls,
Divertifunreachable, Divertifnoanswer, Divertifbusy).
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callsettings SIM1callsettings Calldivert.
3.
Select the required call divert setting.
4.
Select Activate.
5.
Select whether the calls should be diverted to a mailbox or a phone
number.
6.
Enter the necessary phone number.
Alternatively, select Options AddfromPhonebook and select a contact from the
phone book.
7.
Select Options Save. The setting is saved.
If necessary, deactivate all the call diversions you have set-up. Navigate to
Callcenter Callsettings SIM1callsettings Calldivert Cancelalldiverts.
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Call Settings
Automatic redialling
You can define whether your mobile phone should automatically try and
redial a number previously dialled but which was engaged or could not be
reached at the time as soon as the mobile detects the line to the person
called is no longer busy.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callsettings Advancedsettings Autoredial.
3.
Select the required setting.
4.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
Call time reminder
You can define whether an acoustic signal should be issued to remind you of
the call time which has elapsed until that moment while a call is in progress.
You can define a single period or a repeated interval for the acoustic signal.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callsettings Advancedsettings Calltimereminder.
3.
Define whether you want to be reminded by an acoustic signal of the
call time elapsed after a single period (Single) or a repeated interval
(Periodic).
You can also define the intervals at which the acoustic signal should be
issued.
4.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
Answer mode
You can define the way and means by which you take phone calls.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Callcenter Callsettings Advancedsettings Answermode.
3.
Select the required setting.
4.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
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Phone Book
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Phone Book
The phone book in the phone can store up to 300 entries. You can store
other entries on the SIM card.
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Phone Book
Adding a contact
Always enter phone numbers with the country and area codes.
When the memory capacity is used up, the corresponding message appears
when an attempt is made to store another contact. Before new entries can be
stored, old contacts must be deleted.
The phone book entries are arranged alphabetically.
To skip directly to an entry, use the keypad to enter the first letters of the
name stored.
It may be necessary to press a key several times.
To enter a name starting with the letter "L", press the key three times.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Phonebook Addnewcontact Selectionmode.
3.
Select the storage location for the new phone book entry (ToSIM1 or
ToPhone).
4.
Enter the name and phone number.
5.
Select Options Save. The phone book contact is saved.
You can also assign a speed dialling number or picture to the contacts saved.
Calling a contact
You can call contacts stored in the phone book as follows:
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Phonebook.
3.
Select the required contact.
To skip directly to an entry, use the keypad to enter the first letters of the
name stored. It may be necessary to press a key several times.
To enter a name starting with the letter "L", press the key three times.
4.
Press the Call key
. The phone number assigned to the key is
dialled.
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Phone Book
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Deleting a contact
You can delete a contact from the phone book as follows:
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Phonebook.
3.
Select the required contact.
4.
Select Options Clear and confirm the prompt. The contact is deleted.
Phone book settings
Advanced settings can be defined in the phone book settings.
Preferred storage location
You can define your preferred storage location for phone book entries.
Depending on the setting defined, phone book entries are saved on the SIM
card or in the mobile phone memory or on both without any further
confirmation requests.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Phonebook Options Phonebooksettings Preferredstorage.
3.
Select the storage location SIM1, Phone or All. The setting is saved.
If you have inserted two SIM cards in your mobile phone, you can define both
SIM cards as the preferred storage location for your phone book entries.
Memory status
Information appears regarding the number of contacts stored and storage
locations available:
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Phonebook Options Phonebooksettings Memorystatus. The storage
locations still available are displayed.
If two SIM cards are inserted in the mobile phone, the overview distinguishes
between the storage locations available on both SIM cards and the mobile
phone.
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Speed Dialling
Speed Dialling
You can assign speed dialling for up to eight phone book entries to the keys
- .
Activating the speed dialling function
Firstly, the speed dialling function must be switched on.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Phonebook Options Phonebooksettings Speeddial.
3.
Select Status On. The speed dialling function is switched on.
You can only assign speed dialling numbers to contacts who are already
stored in the phone book.
Adding contacts for speed dialling
Add contacts to the speed dialling function in order to be able to dial them via
the keys - .
1.
Press the key.
1.
Navigate to Phonebook Options Phonebooksettings Speeddial Setnumbers.
2.
Select a speed dialling storage location not yet assigned (<Empty>).
3.
Select the required contact. The setting is saved.
Calling contacts via speed dialling
You can use the speed dialling function from the start screen.
1.
Press and hold the respective key, - , for 3 seconds. The
phone number assigned to the key is dialled.
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Text Messages
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Text Messages
You can use the mobile phone to send and receive text messages (SMS). A
standard text message contains 160 characters.
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Text Messages
Writing text messages
Use the function to write short text messages:
Extra costs may be incurred for texts in excess of 160 characters.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Writemessage.
3.
Enter your text.
4.
Select Options Sendto.
5.
Enter the necessary phone number.
Alternatively, select AddfromPhonebook and then the required phone book
contact.
6.
Select Options Send. The text message is sent.
Inbox
The text messages received are stored in the inbox.
View
Open the text message to read the content.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Inbox.
3.
Select the required text message.
4.
Select View. The text message is opened.
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Reply
You can send a reply to the sender of the text message received.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Inbox.
3.
Select the required text message.
4.
Select Options Reply.
5.
Enter your text.
6.
Select Options Sendto.
7.
Select the sender of the text message received.
8.
Select Options Send. The text message is sent.
Call sender
You can call the sender of the text message received.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Inbox.
3.
Select the required text message.
4.
Select Options Callsender. The sender of the message received is called.
Forward
You can forward a text message received to another contact.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Inbox.
3.
Select the required text message.
4.
Select Options Forward.
5.
Edit the selected text message, if necessary.
6.
Select Options Sendto.
7.
Enter the necessary phone number.
Alternatively, select AddfromPhonebook and then the required phone book
contact.
8.
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Select Options Send. The text message is sent.
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Text Messages
Delete
You can delete a text message you have received.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Inbox.
3.
Select the required text message.
4.
Select Options Clear.
5.
Confirm the prompt. The text message is deleted
Delete all
You can delete all the text messages saved in the Inbox folder.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Deletemessages Inbox.
3.
Confirm the prompt. All the text messages in the inbox are deleted.
Save to phonebook
You can save a phone number, from which you have received a text
message, in your phone book.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Inbox.
3.
Select the required text message.
4.
Select Options SavetoPhonebook.
5.
Select the storage location for the new phone book entry (ToSIM1 or
ToPhone).
6.
Enter a name for the phone book contact.
7.
Select Options Save. The phone number from which a text message was
received is stored as a phone book entry.
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Text Messages
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Drafts
You can save a text message as a draft in the Draft folder. This provides you
access to frequently used texts.
Save to drafts
You can write a text which you want to save as a draft.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Writemessage.
3.
Enter your text.
4.
Select Options Save. The text message is saved as a draft.
View
You can open the text message saved as a draft message to display the
content.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Drafts.
3.
Select the required draft message.
4.
Select View. The text message is opened.
Send
You can send the text, saved as a draft, to a recipient.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Drafts.
3.
Select the required draft message.
4.
Select Options Sendto.
5.
Enter the necessary phone number.
Alternatively, select AddfromPhonebook and then the required phone book
contact.
6.
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Select Options Send. The text message is sent.
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Text Messages
Edit
You can edit a text which you have already saved as a draft.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Drafts.
3.
Select the required draft message.
4.
Select Options Edit.
5.
Edit the draft text according to your requirements.
6.
Select Options Save. The modifications are saved.
Delete
You can delete a text message saved as a draft.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Drafts.
3.
Select the required draft message.
4.
Select Options Clear.
5.
Confirm the prompt. The draft message is deleted.
Delete all
You can delete all the texts saved as drafts.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Deletemessages Drafts.
3.
Confirm the prompt. All the text messages saved as drafts are deleted.
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Text Messages
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Sent messages
The text messages sent from your mobile phone can be stored.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging SMSsettings Sentmessages.
3.
Switch the function On or Off.
Use the or key to switch the function on or off.
View
You can open a text message sent to read the content.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Sentmessages.
3.
Select the required text message.
4.
Select View. The text message is opened.
Forward
You can forward a text message already sent to another contact.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Sentmessages.
3.
Select the required text message.
4.
Select Options Forward.
5.
Edit the selected text message.
6.
Select Options Sendto.
7.
Enter the necessary phone number.
Alternatively, select AddfromPhonebook and then the required phone book
contact.
8.
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Select Options Send. The text message is sent.
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Text Messages
Delete
You can delete a text message you have sent.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Sentmessages.
3.
Select the required text message.
4.
Select Options Clear.
5.
Confirm the prompt. The text message is deleted
Delete all
You can delete all the texts saved as having been sent.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging Deletemessages Sentmessages.
3.
Confirm the prompt. All the text messages saved as sent messages are
deleted.
Preferred storage
This defines whether the text messages are stored on the mobile phone or
SIM card.
The advantage of storage on the mobile phone is that it has a larger capacity
than that of the SIM card. If you insert the SIM card in another phone, the text
messages from the phone are no longer available. The advantage of the SIM
card as storage location is that you save the text messages independently of
the phone, the disadvantage being there is less memory capacity available.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Messaging SMSsettings Preferredstorage.
3.
Select the preferred storage location, SIM1 / Phone.
Use the or key to select your preferred storage location.
4.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
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Settings
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Settings
The Settings menu is used to change the basic settings, such as time,
language, call settings, telephone settings, network and security settings etc.
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Phone Settings
Phone Settings
You can define the basic settings for the mobile phone, such as language,
time, date, back-lighting etc.
Time and date
Set the time and date before using the mobile phone for the first time.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Phonesettings Timeanddate Settime/date.
3.
Enter the current time and date using the keypad.
4.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Adapt the settings for time zone as well as the time and date format
according to your needs.
Language
The mobile phone can be operated in four different languages (German,
English, French and Dutch).
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Phonesettings Language.
3.
Select the required setting.
4.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Display
Define which background image (wallpaper) you want on the start screen and
whether the time should be displayed on the start screen.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Phonesettings Display.
3.
Then define which image you want to be displayed on the start screen
and whether the date and time should be displayed on the start screen.
If you have stored private pictures on the mobile phone, you can also use
one of them as the background image.
4.
Select the required setting.
5.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
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Phone Settings
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Scheduling switching on/off
The mobile phone can be switched on or off automatically at a time you
define.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Phonesettings Schedulepoweron/off Poweron.
3.
Select a time.
4.
Enter the required time using the keypad.
If required, you can also define a time at which the mobile phone should
switched off automatically.
5.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
Back-lighting
You can define how bright the back-lighting of the screen display should be
and how long it should be active.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Phonesettings Misc.settings LCDbacklight.
The darker the back-lighting of the display, the less power is required of the
mobile phone battery.
3.
Select the required settings.
Use the or key to select your preferred storage location.
4.
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Select OK. The setting is saved.
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Phone Settings
Battery charge status indicator
An icon is provided on the front of the mobile phone which indicates the
charge status of the battery.
You can define whether the icon should indicate whether the battery is almost
fully discharged and/or the battery is being charged.
Battery almost empty
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Phonesettings LEDSettings.
3.
Select LowBatteryWarning and define whether the icon should flash when
the mobile phone battery is almost fully discharged. Select On Done.
The setting is saved.
Battery being charged
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Phonesettings LEDSettings.
3.
Select Charging.
4.
Define whether the icon should light up continually when the mobile
phone battery is being charged. Select On Done. The setting is saved.
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Security Settings
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Security Settings
You can define your own individual PIN and phone lock password.
You can deactivate the request for your PIN from the SIM card if so required.
The risk here is, should you lose your mobile phone, the data stored on it
could be misused by third-parties and subsequent costs could be charged to
you.
When you change your PIN or phone lock password, we urgently recommend
that you note down the new PIN or phone lock password and keep it where it
cannot be accessed by third-parties.
Switching the PIN prompt on/off
You can switch the function on or off.
The standard PIN is contained with the documents provided with the SIM
card.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Securitysettings SIM1security PINlock.
If you have two SIM cards inserted in your mobile phone, you can switch the
prompt for the PIN for each SIM card on and off individually.
3.
Enter the PIN. The setting is saved.
4.
The PIN request is switched on or off.
Changing the PIN
The standard PIN is contained with the documents provided with the SIM
card.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Securitysettings SIM1security ChangePIN.
If you have two SIM cards inserted in your mobile phone, you can change the
PIN for each SIM card.
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3.
Enter your PIN.
4.
Enter the new PIN.
5.
Enter the new PIN again.
6.
Confirm the prompt. The setting is saved.
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Security Settings
The PIN is stored on the SIM card. If you give your SIM card to someone else
or insert it in another mobile phone, the newly entered PIN is valid.
If you forget your PIN, you can reset the SIM card to its default settings after
entering the PUK. More detailed information on this is available from your
mobile phone provider.
Switching the phone lock on/off
In its default setting, the phone lock password is 1234.
The phone lock is also active when there is no SIM card inserted in the
mobile phone.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Securitysettings Phonesecurity Phonelock.
3.
Enter the phone lock password. The setting is saved.
Changing the phone lock password
In its default setting, the phone lock password is 1234.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Securitysettings Phonesecurity Changepassword.
3.
Enter the phone lock password.
4.
Enter the new phone lock password.
5.
Enter the new phone lock password again. The setting is saved.
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Network Settings
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Network Settings
The mobile phone searches for and automatically selects the mobile network
assigned to the SIM card or mobile phone provider (network operator).
The presettings in this menu are set-up by the SIM card or network operator.
We recommend that you do not alter the settings in this menu.
Dual-SIM settings
The dual-SIM function can be used, for example, to keep private and
business calls separate without the need to use a second mobile phone.
In addition, you can use two different, specifically chosen mobile phone rates
if, for example, you are frequently abroad.
If you want to use the dual-SIM function, insert two SIM cards in the mobile
phone. The SIM cards inserted are simultaneously active so that you can be
reached via both phone numbers at the same time.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings DualSIMsettings.
3.
Select OnlySIM1open, OnlySIM2open or DualSIMopen. The setting is saved.
The SIM card(s) available is/are displayed in all menus in which access is
made to the SIM card(s) inserted. You can then decide individually whether
the respective function should be executed by one or both of the SIM cards.
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Bluetooth
Bluetooth
The Bluetooth function, a standard for wireless data transfer, can be used to
exchange data with other Bluetooth-capable devices free of charge.
Switching Bluetooth on/off
You can switch the function on or off.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Bluetooth Power.
3.
Select On to activate the Bluetooth function or Off to deactivate the
Bluetooth function. The setting is saved.
Visibility
You can define whether your mobile phone should be visible for other
Bluetooth-capable devices in the environment.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Bluetooth Visibility.
3.
Select On. The mobile phone is visible for other Bluetooth-capable
devices.
4.
Select Off. The mobile phone is not visible for other Bluetooth-capable
devices.
Connecting devices
You can search for other Bluetooth-capable devices in your environment with
which you want to connect your mobile phone.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Bluetooth Mydevice Searchnewdevice.
3.
Follow the instructions on the screen. Your mobile phone is connected
to the device selected.
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Restore Factory Settings
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Device name
You can assign your mobile phone a name via which it can be identified and
located under other Bluetooth-capable devices. The default setting for the
mobile phone is the name BT DEVICE.
The name of the mobile phone is limited to 18 characters.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Bluetooth Myname.
3.
Enter a name for the mobile phone.
4.
Select Options Done. The setting is saved.
Restore Factory Settings
You should reset the mobile phone to its default factory settings before
handing over the mobile phone to third parties, e.g. for repair or resale.
Make a copy of your personal data on your SIM card or microSD memory
card prior to initiating a reset to the factory settings.
1.
Press the key.
1.
Navigate to Settings Restoresettings.
2.
Enter the phone lock password.
In its default setting, the phone lock password is 1234.
3.
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Confirm the prompt. The mobile phone is reset to its factory settings.
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Emergency Call Function (SOS Key)
Emergency Call Function (SOS Key)
The acoustic alarm signals is very loud and can cause hearing
damage if sounded close to the ear. Hold the mobile phone away
from your ear if you press the SOS key.
The SOS key activates the emergency call function. Press and hold the SOS
key for approx. 3 sec. to trigger an emergency call. An acoustic alarm signal
is sounded and the emergency text is sent to the phone numbers stored for
the purpose. After that, the respective phone numbers stored are dialled in
succession in Handsfree mode. You can assign up to five phone numbers to
the SOS key.
Switching the emergency call function on/off
Before using the emergency call function, it must be activated.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Emergencysettings Switch.
3.
Select On. The emergency call function is activated.
4.
Select Off. The emergency call function is deactivated.
Selecting a SIM card
You must define which SIM card should be used to initiate calls and send text
messages automatically in an emergency.
Automatic calls and text messages are only sent to and received by numbers
which have been stored (refer to "Emergency call numbers").
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Emergencysettings SelectSIM.
3.
Select the required SIM card.
4.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
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Call chain
Set whether the emergency call numbers should be called once or
repeatedly.
If the telephone chain function is activated, all the phone numbers stored are
dialled in succession in 3 complete cycles. This ensures that the emergency
call function is not interrupted by answering machines or mailboxes.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Emergencysettings SOSChain.
3.
Select On. The function is activated.
4.
Select Off. The function is deactivated.
Emergency call numbers
You can save up to five phone numbers to which an emergency call and
emergency text are sent after being triggered by pressing the SOS key.
Do not assign any official emergency call service numbers. A false alarm can
lead to considerable costs which could be charged to you.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Emergencysettings NumberList.
3.
Select an empty storage location (<Empty>).
4.
Enter the necessary phone number.
5.
Select Save and confirm the prompt. The setting is saved.
SOS text message
You can save an SOS text message which will be sent to the stored phone
numbers after triggering the emergency call function.
The content of the emergency text message is limited to 139 characters.
The SOS text message function is automatically activated when the
emergency call function is switched on.
Content of the text message
Define the content of the SOS text message.
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1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Emergencysettings Content.
3.
Edit the emergency text message.
4.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
Mobile Phone Menu
NOVA Plus
Low Battery Power Alert
Low Battery Power Alert
The alert function in the case low battery power can be used to initiate the
dispatch of a text message to any phone numbers informing you that the
battery in your mobile phone is almost empty and must be recharged.
Switching the low battery alert on/off
You can switch the function on or off.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Chargeremind Switch.
3.
Select On. The function is activated.
4.
Select Off. The function is deactivated.
Selecting a SIM card
Define the SIM card from which an automatic text message should be sent.
The automatic text message can only be received by phone numbers stored.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Chargeremind SelectSIM.
3.
Select the required SIM card.
4.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
Content of the text message
Define the content of the text message which should be sent when the
battery in the mobile phone is almost empty and must be recharged.
The content of the text messages in this case is limited to 127 characters.
When the default settings are set, the content of the text message is Hold.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Chargeremind Content.
3.
Edit the content of the text message.
4.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
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Automatic Handsfree function
NOVA Plus
Number list
You can set-up a list, not exceeding five phone numbers, to which the text
message should be sent.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Chargeremind NumberList.
3.
Select an empty storage location (<Empty>).
4.
Enter the necessary phone number.
5.
Select Save and confirm the prompt. The setting is saved.
6.
Select an empty storage location (<Empty>).
7.
Select Options Endsinglecall.
8.
Enter the necessary phone number with the associated name.
Alternatively, select Copycontacts and then the required phone book contact.
9.
Select Pic.. The setting is saved.
Automatic Handsfree function
When making or taking a call, you can define whether to hear the caller via
the loudspeaker automatically.
You can also switch the Handsfree function on and off during a call.
Exposure to the receiver earpiece at full volume for a long period
could cause ear damage.
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1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Settings Handfreesetting.
3.
Select On. The function is activated.
4.
Select Off. The function is deactivated.
Mobile Phone Menu
NOVA Plus
Shortcut
Shortcut
The mobile phone is equipped with a so called Shortcut ("quick access") key.
The Camera and Phone Book functions can be started simply by pressing the
key.
1.
When the mobile phone is in Standby mode, press the navigation key
(up) . The camera is activated and the subject in front of the
camera lens appears in the display.
2.
When the mobile phone is in Standby mode, press the navigation key
(down) . The phone book is opened.
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Organiser
Shortcut
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Organiser
The organiser contains helpful functions, such as pocket calculator, alarm
clock and calendar, for use in planning organisation.
Organiser
NOVA Plus
Calendar
Calendar
The calendar provides an overview of the days, weeks and months of the
year.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Organizer Calendar. An overview of the current month with the
weekdays appears.
Use the and keys to navigate horizontally and the and keys to navigate vertically.
Jump to date
You can skip directly to a date in the future or past as necessary.
This may be useful, for example, if you want to know on which weekday a
birthday, marriage or other important events fall in the following year.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Organizer Calendar Jumptodate.
3.
Enter the required date using the keypad.
4.
Select OK. The date entered appears on a coloured background.
You can use other functions available in the Calendar menu. For example,
you can switch views or add, edit and delete appointments and tasks (refer to
"Tasks").
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Organiser
Alarm Clock
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Alarm Clock
You can use the mobile phone as an alarm clock. You can set up to five
different alarms.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Organizer Alarm.
3.
Select the required alarm.
4.
Select Edit.
Switching the alarm clock on/off
1.
Switch the alarm clock on or off.
Use the or key to switch the alarm clock on and off.
Setting the wake-up time
1.
Enter the wake-up time.
Snooze
1.
Select Snooze.
Use the or key to set the duration of the snooze period to 1, 3, 5 or
10 minutes.
Repeat
You can define whether the alarm clock rings on one occasion, or is repeated
daily or on certain days.
Define other settings for the weekdays according to the selection or set the
days on which the alarm should wake you.
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1.
Select Repeat Selectionmode.
2.
Select the required entry.
3.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
Organiser
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Tasks
Setting the ringing tone
1.
Select Alarmtone.
2.
Select the required ringing tone.
3.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
Alert type
You can define how the mobile phone should provide its alert signals,
Vib.only, Vib.andring or Vib.thenring.
1.
Select Alerttype.
2.
Select the required alert type.
Use the or key to set the type of alert
3.
Select OK. The alert type set is saved.
Tasks
You can define tasks, appointments or other important information which is
then available for access on the mobile phone at all times.
The tasks created can also be viewed, edited and deleted in the mobile
phone's calendar.
Subject
You should enter a key word describing the subject of the task.
1.
Switch the alarm clock on or off.
Use the or key to switch the alarm clock on and off.
Priority
You can define the importance of the task.
Use the or key to assign a priority to the task.
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Organiser
Tasks
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Due time
1.
Enter the date on which the task is to be completed.
Alarm
Define the time at which you want to be reminded of the due time of the task.
1.
Select Options Select.
2.
Select the required entry.
3.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
Repeat
Define the time and how often you want to be reminded of the due time of the
task.
1.
Select Options Select.
2.
Select the required entry.
3.
Select OK. The setting is saved.
Adapt the settings to your needs as necessary.
Details
Enter further details regarding the task, if necessary.
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Multimedia
NOVA Plus
6
Multimedia
There is a camera and a radio integrated in your mobile phone.
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Multimedia
Camera
NOVA Plus
Camera
Use the camera to take photos at any time and any place.
Observe local regulations and respect other peoples' rights of privacy.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Multimedia Camera.
The subject in front of the camera lens appears on the mobile phone screen.
3.
Press the key. The camera integrated in the mobile phone stores
the photo.
You can adjust the quality of the photos taken, activate various effects on the
camera, change the white balance and define a variety of other settings.
Some settings assume an in-depth knowledge of photography. Test the most
convenient way of presenting photos for yourself.
Preferred storage
Before starting to take photos with the mobile phone, you must define the
microSD memory card inserted as the storage location for the photos.
1.
Navigate to Options Storage.
2.
Select Memorycard or Phone. The setting is saved.
Image viewer
1.
Navigate to Options Photos.
2.
Select the storage location of your photos.
3.
Select Options View. The collection of photos is displayed in the format
you have defined.
You can use the Browsestyle option to display the photos as a full image and
other information on the image. In addition, you can change the display
format of the photos and rename, delete or sort photos.
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Multimedia
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Camera
Camera settings
You can define the camera settings regarding the ambient conditions, scene
mode, white balance and self-timer.
1.
Navigate to Options Camerasettings. Adjust and define the settings as
required.
Open the Camerasettings menu and press the or key in the individual
menu options to select the required setting.
2.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Image settings
You can define the settings for image size and image quality.
1.
Navigate to Options Imagesettings. Adjust and define the settings as
required.
Open the Imagesettings menu and press the or key in the individual
menu options to select the required setting.
2.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Resetting the camera
You can reset the camera settings to their default factory settings.
1.
Navigate to Options Restoredefault.
2.
Confirm the prompt. The camera settings are restored to their default
factory values.
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Multimedia
Radio
NOVA Plus
Radio
The mobile phone is equipped with an integrated radio with which you can
receive radio stations in the FM frequency range.
The headphone serves as the antenna. The radio only works when the
headphone is connected.
1.
Connect the headphones, contained in the scope of delivery, to the
microUSB connection port on your mobile phone.
2.
Press the key.
3.
Navigate to Multimedia FMradio.
The main screen for the radio appears and you can perform some functions
using the mobile phone keypad.
•
Use the and keys to search the frequency range for radio
stations.
•
Use the and keys to adjust the frequency range precisely.
•
Use the and keys to adjust the volume.
•
Use the key to interrupt the radio.
Channel list
Save your radio stations in the channel list.
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1.
Navigate to Options Channellist.
2.
Select an empty storage location (<Empty>).
3.
Select Options Edit.
4.
Enter the name of a channel and the transmission frequency of the
channel.
5.
Select Options Save. The radio station is saved in the channel list.
Multimedia
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Radio
Manual input
Enter the transmission frequency manually to access a radio station directly.
1.
Navigate to Options Manualinput.
2.
Enter the transmission frequency of the radio station.
3.
Select Options Save. You will hear the manually entered radio station.
Automatic station search
The mobile phone can search for all the locally available radio stations over
the entire frequency band automatically and save those found in the channel
list.
1.
Navigate to Options Autosearch.
2.
Confirm the prompt. All the locally available radio stations are saved in
the channel list.
Change the channel names in the channel list.
Settings
Make any necessary adjustments to the background playback of the radio
and the telephone loudspeaker.
Background playback
Define whether the radio should remain on in the background (meaning that
the radio continues to be played although the FMradio menu is no longer
selected and the mobile phone has been closed).
1.
Navigate to Options Settings Backgroundplay.
Use the or key to select the required setting.
2.
Switch the function On or Off.
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Radio
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Loudspeaker
You can set the radio up so that it can be played via the telephone
loudspeaker as well as the headset.
Exposure to the receiver earpiece at full volume for a long period
could cause ear damage.
1.
Navigate to Options Settings Loudspeaker.
Use the or key to select the required setting.
2.
Switch the function On or Off.
Volume control
You can increase or reduce the volume of the radio station being played to
various levels.
1.
Press the or key. The volume is raised or lowered.
A change in the volume level affects the volume being played on both the
loudspeaker and the headset.
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File Manager
NOVA Plus
7
File Manager
The file manager enables you to manage the memory of the mobile phone
and memory of a microSD card if inserted.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Multimedia Filemanager.
3.
You can manage the files according to your needs.
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User Profiles
NOVA Plus
8
User Profiles
A user profile compiles diverse settings, such as ringing tone, ringing volume,
vibration alert, text message tones, volume, switching on/off tones and other
acoustic signals, together in a personalised menu.
You have the option of selecting one of the preinstalled user profiles (General,
Silent, Meeting or Outdoor) and adapting it to your requirements.
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User Profiles
NOVA Plus
Activating a user profile
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Userprofiles.
3.
Select the user profile required.
4.
Select Options Activate. The user profile selected is activated.
Customising a user profile
You can adapt your user profile according to your needs.
However, we recommend entering your personalised settings in the General
user profile.
1.
Press the key.
2.
Navigate to Userprofiles.
3.
Select the user profile required.
4.
Select Options Customize. The following section describes how to adapt
the user profile selected to your personal needs.
Alert type
You can define which type of alert signal (Vib.andring, Vib.thenring, Ringonly or
Vib.only) should be issued by the mobile phone when calls and text messages
are received.
1.
Select Alerttype Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Ringing type
You can define whether the mobile phone should issue the acoustic signal
selected once (Beeponce) or repeatedly (Repeat) when a call or text message
is received.
1.
Select Ringtype Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
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User Profiles
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Ringing tone for incoming call
You can select one of the 20 different ringing tones available to be played
when a call is received.
You can select a ringing tone and a short time later the selected tone is
played briefly.
1.
Navigate to Incomingcall Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Volume for incoming calls
You can set the volume of the ringing tone for incoming calls.
1.
Select Ringtonevolume Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Ringing tone for incoming text messages
You can select one of the 7 different ringing tones available to be played
when a text message is received.
You can select a ringing tone and a short time later the selected tone is
played briefly.
1.
Select Message Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Volume for incoming text messages
You can set the volume of the ringing tone for incoming text messages.
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1.
Navigate to Messagevolume Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
User Profiles
NOVA Plus
Key tone
You can define whether your mobile phone should issue an acoustic signal
when the keys on the keypad are pressed.
1.
Navigate to Keypad Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Key tone volume
You can adjust the volume of the key tone.
1.
Navigate to Keytonevolume Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Power on tone
You can select one of the five different power on tones available.
You can select a ringing tone and a short time later the selected tone is
played briefly.
1.
Navigate to Poweron Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Power off tone
You can select one of the five different power off tones available.
You can select a ringing tone and a short time later the selected tone is
played briefly.
1.
Navigate to Poweroff Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
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User Profiles
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Tone on flipping the mobile phone open
You can define whether the mobile phone should issue an acoustic signal
when the mobile phone is flipped opened.
You can select a ringing tone and a short time later the selected tone is
played briefly.
1.
Navigate to coveropen Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Tone on closing the mobile phone
You can define whether the mobile phone should issue an acoustic signal
when the mobile phone is closed.
You can select a ringing tone and a short time later the selected tone is
played briefly.
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1.
Navigate to coverclose Options Change.
2.
Select the required setting.
3.
Select Save. The setting is saved.
Picture Dialling
NOVA Plus
9
Picture Dialling
You can assign pictures to your favourite contacts. These pictures are
displayed in the picture menu. On selecting a picture, the phone number of
the contact assigned to the picture is dialled.
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Picture Dialling
NOVA Plus
You can transfer your own pictures from a computer to the mobile phone or
the memory card and set them up for picture dialling.
To ensure optimal display quality of the pictures, only use photos with a
resolution of 80 x 80 pixels. Otherwise, pictures could be blurred or not
shown at all. Only pictures in ".jpeg" format can be displayed.
In order to adapt your pictures, use the image converter provided on our
homepage at www.olympia-vertrieb.de.
Transferring photos from computer
Insert a microUSB memory card in your mobile phone before loading pictures
from your computer onto the mobile phone.
1.
Connect the mobile phone to a computer using the USB cable.
2.
Transfer the pictures required to the mobile phone.
Adding a contact for picture dialling
1.
Select Pic..
2.
Press and hold the key to which a picture selection contact should be
assigned.
The numbers above the picture dialling contacts correspond to the numbers
on the mobile phone keypad.
3.
Select Add.
4.
Select the required phone book entry. The phone book entry is saved
as a picture dialling contact.
Adding a picture for picture dialling
If you add a picture to a picture dialling contact, you can recognise the picture
dialling contact calling according to the picture easily and also call them.
1.
Select Pic..
2.
Press and hold the key to which a picture should be added to the
picture selection contact.
The numbers above the picture dialling contacts correspond to the numbers
on the mobile phone keypad.
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3.
Select Edit Caller picture.
4.
Select the required picture and confirm it by pressing OK. The picture is
added to the picture dialling contact selected and can be viewed in the
Pic. menu.
Picture Dialling
NOVA Plus
Dialling via pictures
You can call the phone book entry by selecting the corresponding picture.
You can then see the person to be called on the screen before actually
making the call.
1.
Select Pic..
2.
Press the key assigned to the required picture dialling contact. The
picture dialling contact is dialled.
The numbers above the picture dialling contacts correspond to the numbers
on the mobile phone keypad.
Sending a text message to a picture dialling contact
1.
Select Pic..
2.
Press and hold the key assigned the picture selection contact to which a
text message should be sent.
The numbers above the picture dialling contacts correspond to the numbers
on the mobile phone keypad.
3.
Select Sendtextmessage.
4.
Enter your text.
5.
Select Options Sendto.
6.
Select the picture contact displayed.
7.
Select Options Send. The text message is sent.
Editing a picture dialling contact
1.
Select Pic..
2.
Press and hold the key assigned the picture selection contact you want
to edit.
The numbers above the picture dialling contacts correspond to the numbers
on the mobile phone keypad.
3.
Select Edit.
4.
Edit the picture dialling contact according to your requirements.
5.
Select Options Send. The modifications are saved.
Deleting a picture dialling contact
1.
Select Pic..
2.
Press and hold the key assigned the picture selection contact you want
to delete.
The numbers above the picture dialling contacts correspond to the numbers
on the mobile phone keypad.
3.
Select Clear.
4.
Confirm the prompt. The picture dialling contact is deleted.
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Other Important Information
Troubleshooting
NOVA Plus
Other Important Information
Troubleshooting
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Problems
Solutions
The mobile phone
cannot be switched on.
No battery inserted.
Battery is not charged.
Battery is defective.
Place the mobile phone correctly in the charging
unit or connect the power adapter properly.
Clean the contact surfaces on the mobile phone
and power adapter with a soft, dry cloth.
Charge the mobile phone for at least 4 hours.
No signal quality is
displayed.
No network connection. The mobile phone is in a
location where there is no network service. Move
to a different location or contact your mobile ser­
vice provider.
Keypad does not func­
tion or only functions
very slowly.
The operating speed of the display is reduced in
the case of low temperatures. This is normal.
Use the phone in a warmer location.
A message appears in
the display for some
functions, indicating
execution/use is not
possible.
Many functions can only be used after the re­
spective service has been applied for. Therefore,
please contact your mobile service provider lo­
cally for more details.
Screen frozen or no re­
sponse when pressing
keys.
Remove the battery for 3 minutes and try again.
No connection to the
mobile telecommunica­
tion network.
Contact your mobile phone provider.
Check that the SIM card is inserted correctly.
The battery cannot be
charged or is empty
within a short time.
Battery is defective.
Place the mobile phone correctly in the charging
unit or connect the power adapter properly.
Clean the contact surfaces on the mobile phone
and power adapter with a soft, dry cloth.
Charge the mobile phone for at least 4 hours.
CE Mark
NOVA Plus
Technical Data
Technical Data
Subject to change without notice!
Feature
Value
Standard
GSM1 900 / 1800 MHz quad band
Dimensions (H x W x D)
93 x 48.5 x 22 [mm]
Weight
Approx. 78 g incl. battery
Power supply
Input:
100-240 V, 50-60 Hz, 0.30 A
Output:
5 V, 500 mA
Battery
3.7 V, 600 mAh
Charging time: approx. 4 hours
Standby time
Up to 120 hours
Max. talk time
Up to 3 hours
Display
LCD with back-lighting
Operating conditions
-10 °C to 40 °C at 30% to 75% rel.
humidity
CE Mark
Olympia Business Systems Vertriebs GmbH, Zum Kraftwerk 1, 45527
Hattingen hereby declares that this device in fulfils the basic requirements
and other relevant provisions stipulated in the Directive 1999/5/EC. The CE
mark on the device confirms its conformity. The Declaration of Conformity for
this product is available at www.olympia-vertrieb.de.
1 GSM
= Global System for Mobile Communications = Standard for mobile
phones.
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CE Mark
SAR Information
NOVA Plus
SAR Information
Information on radio frequency emissions and specific absorption rates
(SAR = Specific Absorption Rate).
All the applicable safety standards related to radio frequency emissions were
implemented during the development of this mobile phone.
The limit values are based on scientific directives and contain a safety margin
in order to guarantee the safety of all persons regardless of age and state of
health. The values specified in the directive concerning radio frequency
emissions are based on a unit called SAR. SAR values are established using
standard methods in which the mobile phone is operated in all possible
frequency bands with the highest power output. Although the SAR values of
various phone models can differ, all the models were developed to maintain
the relevant directives on radio frequency emissions.
The following information applies to countries such as the EU member states
which accept the SAR limit value of 2 W/Kg (average value from 10 g fabric)
recommended by ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-lonizing
Radiation Protection): The highest measured SAR value using 10 g fabric
with this mobile phone was 0.69 W/kg with measurements taken at the ear.
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CE Mark
NOVA Plus
Disposal
Disposal
In order to dispose of your device, take it to a collection point provided by
your local public waste authorities (e.g. recycling centre). According to laws
on the disposal of electronic and electrical devices, owners are obliged to
dispose of old electronic and electrical devices in a separate waste
container. The symbol indicates that the device must not be disposed of in
normal domestic waste!
Risks to health and the environment from batteries!
Never open, damage or swallow batteries or allow them to pollute the
environment. They may contain toxic, ecologically hazardous heavy metals.
You are legally obliged to dispose of batteries and power packs at a battery
retailer or in the corresponding containers provided at collection points by
local public waste authorities. Disposal is free of charge. The symbol
indicates that the batteries must not be disposed of in normal domestic waste
and that they must be brought to collection points provided by local public
waste authorities.
Packaging materials must be disposed of according to local regulations.
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CE Mark
Maintenance
NOVA Plus
Maintenance
•
•
Clean the housing surfaces with a soft, fluff-free cloth.
Do not use and solvents or cleaning agents.
Guarantee
Dear Customer,
we are pleased that you have chosen this equipment.
In the case of a defect, please return the device together with the receipt and
original packing material to the point-of-sale.
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B
Battery
Battery charge, 17, 20
Charging, 25
Inserting, 24
Bluetooth, 59
C
Call history, 34
Call lists
Calling an entry, 35
Deleting an entry, 37
Saving phone numbers, 36
Send text message, 36
F
Factory settings, 60
File manager, 77
G
Getting started
Inserting a microSD memory card, 23
Inserting the battery, 24
Inserting the SIM card, 22
Switching the mobile phone on, 26
Guarantee, 90
I
Call settings, 38
Automatic redialling, 39
Call divert, 38
Call waiting, 38
Intended use, 8
Calls, 29
Conference call, 32
Ending, 30
Handsfree function, 31
Making, 29
Muting the microphone, 31
Putting a call on hold, 31
Receiver volume, 30
Rejecting, 29
Taking, 29
Key lock, 54
K
L
Language. See Settings
M
Maintenance, 90
Methods of entering text, 28
Camera, 72
Contacts. See Phone book
D
Date. See Settings
Declaration of Conformity, 87
Display icons, 15
Disposal, 89
O
Operating elements, 10
Operation, 27
Key lock, 30
Menu, 33
Navigation, 27
Organiser, 66
Alarm clock, 68
Calendar, 67
E
Emergency call function, 61
Emergency text message, 62
On/Off, 61
Emergency call function , Emergency
call numbers, 62
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P
Phone book, 40
Adding contacts, 41
Calling a contact, 41
Deleting a contact, 42, 85
Speed dialling, 43
Activating, 43
Adding contacts, 43
Calling contacts, 43
Phone book settings, 42
Memory status, 42
Preferred storage location, 42
Start screen, 16, 19
Picture dialling, 83
Adding a contact, 84
Adding a picture, 84
Picture dialling
Calling a contact, 85
Writing a text message, 85
Starting up, 21
Switching the mobile phone off. See
Getting started
Switching the mobile phone on. See
Getting started
T
Technical Data, 87
R
Radio, 71
S
Safety information, 5
SAR information, 88
Scope of delivery, 15
Security settings, 56
Phone lock, 57
PIN code, 56
Settings, 52
Display, 53
Dual-SIM, 58
Language, 53
Network settings, 58
Time and date, 53
SMS. See Text messages
SOS key. See Emergency call function
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Telephoning. See Calls
Text messages, 44
Call the phone number, 46
Deleting, 47
Drafts, 48
Forwarding, 46, 50
Inbox, 45
Saving phone numbers, 47
Sent messages, 50
Time. See Settings
Troubleshooting, 86
U
User profile, 78
Ringing tone volume, 80
User profiles
Activating, 79
Customising, 79
Key tone, 81
Ringing tones, 80
NOVA Plus
NOVA Plus
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