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E
UO,
O ?AI '˚
IOUO ˚E
'˚ IOEAUA
UAIAUOIA.
eaaCeao cA uaeAcO
EOIOOO'OA
eOO・˘AIEA
eU‡UUO
aO˘IOOU¸
C˚AO'‡
eE"I‡I
eU‡UUO A‡U‡ AE
eOUIEI"
eAEEI
eOO・˘AIEA
eEI'OI/aI‰EI‡UO
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eOEO‡IEA
aIUO IE UAU
'‡O O
IO˘IOOUE
C˚ I‡iO‰EUAO¸ 'IA O A‰AIO'
/C˚AO' OOA‰EIAI.
?UO '˚
C˚ OOIU?EIE
IO'OA UAIOUO'OA
C˚ OOIU?EIE
"OIOOO'OA
COA
OOI¸AUAUAO¸
UOIU"OE
OUIEI"‡.
OOO・˘AIEA.
OOO・˘AIEA,
' A‡'EOEIOOUE OU
OO‰II˛?AIEfl.
COA ‡U‰EO
OE"I‡I‡
OAUA'O"O OE"I‡I‡.
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eOI‡A˚'‡AU,
'‡?A"O
OE"I‡I˚
'˚II˛?‡˛UOfl,
A‡ EOII˛?AIEAI
・U‰EI¸IEI‡.
UOI‡ '˚II˛?AI˚
AU‰EI¸IEI
UOU‡IO'IAI
aIUO IE UAU
16
・U‰EI¸IEI‡
eE"I‡I‡
E 'II˛?AI
'‡O O OOOUOflIEE
・‡U‡ AE.
aIUO I‡?Efl NEOOIAfl
eEI'OI˚ EI‡'IO"O aAI˛
eEI'OI
eOEO‡IEA
eOO・˘AIEfl
eO?EE
'˚AO'‡
eUOEI
'˚A
a‡˘EU‡
iOU‡IO'IE
AIOAOOU‡ ˚
EOIOO
I‡・O
aIUA IAU
eEI'OI˚
eEI'OI
eAAUI¸U‡U‡
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eOO・˘AIEA O A‡'A ?AIEE
eOO・˘‡AU O・ UOOA?IOI A‡'A
eOO・˘AIEA
O
?AIEE OOA ‡?EE
OOi ‡IAIEE
eOi ‡IAIEA eOO・˘AIEfl
e A‰UO A‰EUAI¸IOA eOO・˘AIEA
eOO・˘AIEA O・ O?E・IA EIE O A‰UO
A‰EUAI¸IOA
OOO・˘AIEA
17
iOU‡IO'I‡
1
eO‰"OUO'I‡
I
I‡?‡IU
‡・OU˚
eO‰II˛?AIEA SIM a‡ U˚
EIAA‰O SIM I‡ U˚ ‡OOOIOEAIO I‡ U˚I¸IOE OUO OIA UAIAUOI‡.
UOU‡IO'IE SIM a‡ U˚ OIA‰UAU '˚OOIIEU¸ OIA‰U˛˘EA ‰AEOU'Efl.
1.
eA A‰'EI¸UA A‡‰'EEIU ''A i
OUI OEUA I ˚?IU ・‡U‡ AE.
2. COU‡'¸UA SIM I‡ UU
a‡ U˚. i・A‰EUAO¸,
IOIU‡IU
'
NIfl
E
‡A˙AI SIM
IAU‡IIE?AOIEE
?UO
'IEA.
I‡O ‡'IAI
3. COU‡'¸UA SIM I‡ UU
OOIIOOU¸˛ ' O‡A E
OA AIAOUEUA ‰A E‡UAI¸ SIM I‡ U˚
'O ‡'O.
CIEI‡IEA
?
eA A‰ UOU‡IO'IOE I‡E‰˚E
・‡U‡ AAI 'IUU
'˚II˛?AI E
?
aAU‡IIE?AOIEE
IOIU‡IU
‡A
U・A‰EUAO¸,
AU‰¸UA
I‡ UOE
IAE
O・ ‡˘AIEE
O
E '
iO‰A UOU‡IO'IE.
AIOIAI‰‡?EE, IOUO ˚A I‡iO‰flUOfl
18
UAIAUOI
SIM I‡ U˚ IOEAU ・˚U¸ IA"IO
OOO・AIIO OOUO OEI˚ O SIM
OO' AE‰AI ?‡ ‡OEI‡IE.
O E
?UO
IA"O IAU.
E
' IOIOIAIUA
eO・I˛‰‡EUA
SIM I‡ U˚.
eO‰"OUO'I‡
2 iOU‡IO'I‡
I
I‡?‡IU
‡・OU˚
A‡U‡ AE
1. iOU‡IO'EUA IEEIEE
I ‡E ・‡U‡ AE
UAIAUOI. (eI. EOUIOI OIA'‡)
2. c‡EEI‡EUA
‰O
3.
UAi
OO ,
I‡
U˚I¸IU˛
OOI‡ IA
?‡OU¸
I‡
・‡U‡ AE
UOI˚?EUA ˘AI?OI.
a‡I OEUA I ˚?IU ・‡U‡ AE.
19
iOU‡IO'I‡
3
eO‰"OUO'I‡
I
‡・OU˚
I‡?‡IU
a‡ fl‰I‡ A‡U‡ AE
NIfl OO‰II˛?AIEfl ‰O OEIO"O
UOU‡IO'EU¸ ・‡U‡ A˛.
‡‰‡OUA ‡
I
UAIAUOIU
'˚
‰OIEI˚
1. COU‡'¸UA O‰EI IOIA? ‰O OEIO"O
‡‰‡OUA ‡
2.
' IEEI˛˛ ?‡OU¸
eO‰II˛?EUA
I
OAAUIA
aOOOI¸AUEUA UOI¸IO
UOU OEOU'O, 'iO‰fl˘AA '
OA AIAIIO"O
A‡ fl‰IOA
‡‰‡OUA
UAIAUOI‡.
UOI‡.
IOIOIAIU.
iEO
A‡U‡ AE
eU‡I‰‡ UI‡fl2.5
i'AIE?AIIOE
AIIOOUE
4
eUOOA‰EIAIEA
C AIfl
C AIfl
a‡ fl‰IE
3
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eAEEI
eEE‰‡IEfl
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100~150?‡OO'
250
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A‡ fl‰IO"O
aOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl
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2
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4
30
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UOU OEOU'‡
eUOOA‰EIAIEA ?IU OA AIOOIO"O
A‡ fl‰IO"O UOU OEOU'‡ OU UAIAUOI‡
IIOOIE I‡
20
IEI.
‡A¸AIA.
I‡E‡'
eO‰"OUO'I‡
I
I‡?‡IU
‡・OU˚
CIEI‡IEA
?
eOIIEUA
O
・‡U‡ A˛ IAO・iO‰EIO A‡ fl‰EU¸
・‡U‡ AE.
UAIAUOI‡ ・‡U‡ A˛ EIE SIM I‡ UU ' iO‰A
?UO
UOI,
IO'U˛
OOIIOOU¸˛ OOOIA A‡IAI˚
?
cA '˚IEI‡EUA
EA
A‡ fl‰IE.
?
"a‡ fl‰I‡ A‡U‡ AE"
OOfl'EUOfl I‡ ˝I ‡IA ‰EOOIAfl OOOIA
OO‰II˛?AIEfl OOiO‰IO"O ‡‰‡OUA ‡. iOI¸IO O E OOIIOE
‡A fl‰IA ・‡U‡ AE, A‡"O EUOfl eO‰O'AUI‡ aI‰EI‡UO ‡ C˚AO'‡
E I‡
?
˝I ‡IA ‰EOOIAfl
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A‡ fl‰‡
IA OOfl'EUOfl
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OOU‡IO'EUOfl E
"a‡ fl‰I‡ A‡U‡ AE".
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I‡IOEI‡I¸IOA AI‡?AIEA.
CIEI‡IEA
?
C OIU?‡A
IAO ‡'EI¸IOE A‡ fl‰IE ・‡U‡ AE...
1. eOOIA 'II˛?AIEfl/'˚II˛?AIEfl
OEU‡IEfl OOO O・UEUA
・‡U‡ A˛.
C OIU?‡A AOIE ・‡U‡ Afl OO‰II˛?AI‡, OUOOA‰EIEUA AA
UAIAUOI‡. COU‡'E' AA O・ ‡UIO, OOO˚U‡EUAO¸ OA AA‡
OA AA‡ fl‰EU¸
2.
OU
fl-
‰EU¸.
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eOOIA‰O'‡UAI¸IOOU¸ CII˛?AIEfl eEU‡IEfl
eO‰"OUO'I‡ I I‡?‡IU ‡・OU˚
NIfl I‡?‡I‡ ‡・OU˚
IAO・iO‰EIO.
O '‡?EI
UAIAUOIOI,
1. c‡E‡U¸
E U‰A EE'‡U¸ IIOOIU
eIOI?‡IEA/eEU‡IEA ‰O UAi OO ,
IA UOI˚?EUA UOIO'˚E OE"I‡I
'II˛?AIEfl '‡?A"O
2. OOIE A‡O OO
I‡
OOI‡ '˚
UAIAUOI‡.
PIN IO‰ '‡?AE SIM
I‡ U˚ OO‰II˛?AI, UO UAIAUOI OOO OOEU
''AOUE PIN IO‰. C'A‰EUA PIN IO‰, OOOIA
˝UO"O '‡?
GSM
E
UAIAUOI OO‰II˛?EUOfl
?A AA IO OUIOA ' AIfl
I‡
I OAUE
˝I ‡IA
OOfl'EUOfl I‡A'‡IEA OAUE.
3. eOOIA
˝UO"O '‡? UAIAUOI OA AiO‰EU
AEEI OEE‰‡IEfl. OOIE PIN IO‰ IA
'
OO‰II˛?AI, '‡? UAIAUOI OO‰II˛?EUOfl
I OAUE ・AA A‡O OO‡ O ''A‰AIEE PIN
IO‰‡.
22
aO‰˚ ‰OOUUO‡
eO‰"OUO'I‡
I
I‡?‡IU
‡・OU˚
C˚
IOEAUA EOOOI¸AO'‡U¸ IO‰˚ ‰OOUUO‡, OOEO‡II˚A ' ‰‡IIOI
‡A‰AIA, ?UO・˚ EA・AE‡U¸ IAO‡II?EOIE O'‡IIO"O EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl
'‡?A"O
'
UAIAUOI‡. aO‰˚ PIN1/PIN2, a‡˘EUI˚E aO‰ IO"UU EAIAIflU¸Ofl
[aAI˛ 4-2]. eI. OIA‰U˛˘EE ‡A‰AI.
iO‰A ˝IOOIU‡U‡?EE
4-2
4-2-1
PIN 'II/'˚II
aAIAIEU¸ IO‰˚
PIN1
PIN2
iEIOE c‡・O
a‡˘
OK
IO‰
OK
c‡A‡‰
c‡A‡‰
aO‰ PIN1 [4-8 ?EU ]
PIN
(eA OOI‡I¸I˚E a‰AIUEUEI‡?EOII˚E cOIA ) IO‰
A‡˘E˘‡AU '‡?U
IAO‡II?EOIE O'‡IIO"O EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl. PIN IO‰ O・˚?IO
O A‰OOU‡'IflAUOfl O SIM I‡ UOE. aO"‰‡ A‡O OO I‡ PIN IO‰ OO‰II˛?AI
SIM I‡ UU
OU
[aAI˛ 4-1-1], IO‰
I‡E‰˚E ‡A, IO"‰‡ '˚ iOUEUA
OO‰II˛?EU¸/OUII˛?EU¸ A‡O OO I‡ PIN IO‰,
O E 'II˛?AIEE '‡?A"O UAIAUOI‡. OOIE '˚ EAIAIflAUA PIN IO‰,
A‡OE?EUA A"O, IO i ‡IEUA OU‰AI¸IO OU UAIAUOI‡.
EAIAIEU¸
PIN IO‰
A‡O ‡?E'‡AUOfl
EIE
EIE
aO‰ PIN2 [4-8 ?EU ]
aO‰ PIN2, O A‰OOU‡'IflAI˚E O IAIOUO ˚IE SIM I‡ U‡IE, U A・UAUOfl
I IAIOUO ˚I UUII?EflI, U‡IEI I‡I aIUO I‡?Efl O
OUOEIOOUE '˚AO'‡, cOIA iEIOE O'‡IIO"O I‡・O ‡, eUE ‡IEA 'OAi
‰‡II˚i UAIAUOIIOE IIEEIE. uUE UUII?EE ‰OOUUOI˚ UOI¸IO ' UOI
‰Ifl ‰OOUUO‡
OIU?‡A,
AOIE Ei
O A‰OOU‡'IflAU
'‡?‡
SIM I‡ U‡.
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aO‰ PUK1 [4-8 ?EU ]
PUK 1
(eA OOI‡I¸I‡fl aIOOI‡ e‡A・IOIE O'IE) IO‰ IAO・iO‰EI ‰Ifl
A‡・IOIE O'‡IIO"O PIN IO‰‡. aO‰ PUK IOEAU
O A‰OOU‡'IflU¸Ofl O SIM I‡ UOE. OOIE IAU, O・ ‡˘‡EUAO¸ I O O'‡E‰A U
UOIU" ‰Ifl OOIU?AIEfl IO‰‡. C OIU?‡A OOUA E IO‰‡, U‡IEA O・ ‡˘‡EUAO¸
I O O'‡E‰A U.
EAIAIAIEfl
aO‰ PUK2 [4-8 ?EU ]
aO‰ PUK2, O A‰OOU‡'IflAI˚E O IAIOUO ˚IE SIM I‡ U‡IE, IAO・iO‰EI
EAIAIAIEfl A‡・IOIE O'‡IIO"O IO‰‡ PIN2. C OIU?‡A OOUA E ˝UO"O
IO‰‡, O・ ‡˘‡EUAO¸ I O O'‡E‰A U UOIU".
‰Ifl
a‡˘EUI˚E aO‰ [4-8 ?EU ]
a‡˘EUI˚E aO‰
A‡˘E˘‡AU UAIAUOI OU IAO‡II?EOIE O'‡IIO"O
e・˚?IO OI UOU‡I‡'IE'‡AUOfl ' UAIAUOIA. uUOU IO‰
EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl.
IAO・iO‰EI
IIEEIA.
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‰Ifl U‰‡IAIEfl
'OAi
‰‡II˚i, OO‰A E‡˘EiOfl
'
UAIAUOIIOE
c‡OEO‡IEA
c‡OEO‡U¸
oUO・˚
E
e O?UAIEA eOO・˘AIEE
eO‰"OUO'I‡ I I‡?‡IU ‡・OU˚
eOO・˘AIEA
I‡OEO‡U¸
IO OUIOA
OOO・˘AIEA, IAO・iO‰EIO
aIOOIU
[aAI˛].
C˚・ ‡U¸ I‡‰OEO¸ eOO・˘AIEfl '
1. c‡E‡U¸
1-1
aOiO‰fl˘EA
CiO‰fl˘EA
eU‡UUO OOO・˘
OK
2.
OUUAI
c‡OEO‡U¸
c‡A‡‰
I‡E‡UEfl I‡
IIOOIU
AOIE '˚ iOUEUA I‡OEO‡U¸ IO'OA
'˚・A EUA
OOIE
c‡OEO‡U¸
'˚ iOUEUA
"I‡'IOI IAI˛
[OK]. a‡UAI,
OOO・˘AIEA,
' IAI˛.
OU A‰‡IUE O'‡U¸
OOO・˘AIEA :
C˚・A EUA IAI˛ 'aOiO‰fl˘EA', '˚・A EUA
OOO・˘AIEA E I‡EIEUA Ifl"IU˛ IIOOIU OO‰
I‡‰OEO¸˛ 'eA‰‡IU'. OOIE '˚ iOUEUA I‡OEO‡U¸
OU'AUIOA OOO・˘AIEA, '˚・A EUA aOiO‰fl˘EA '
EOiO‰fl˘AA OOi ‡IAIIOA
IAI˛.
e O?EU‡U¸ eOO・˘AIEA
oUO・˚ O O?EU‡U¸ ‡IAA OOIU?AIIOA
E
OOi ‡IAIIOA
' O‡IflUE
SMS
OOO・˘AIEA, IAO・iO‰EIO :
1. c‡E‡U¸ aIOOIU
[MAI˛].
2. eOOIA
3.
4.
˝UO"O '˚ OIOEAUA
U'E‰AU¸ 'A iI˛˛ EIOIIU
"I‡'IO"O IAI˛
'eOO・˘AIEfl'. C˚・A EUA I‡‰OEO¸ eOO・˘AIEfl OUUAI I‡E‡UEfl I‡
IIOOIU
[OK].
E
C˚・A EUA CiO‰fl˘EA, EOOOI¸AUfl IIOOIE UO ‡'IAIEfl,
I‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[OK].
aO"‰‡ '˚ 'OE‰AUA ' ˝UO IAI˛, '˚ OIOEAUA U'E‰AU¸ OA '˚A
OOi ‡IAII˚A ' O‡IflUE OOO・˘AIEfl. eA AE‰EUA I IAO・iO‰EIOIU
OOO・˘AIE˛, EOOOI¸AUfl IIOOIE UO ‡'IAIEfl. OOIE '˚ iOUEUA '˚EUE EA
IAI˛ CiO‰fl˘EA, I‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[c‡A‡‰]. e E O O?UAIEE
OOO・˘AIEE, I‡EEI‡EUA IIOOIU
[eO?Efl] ‰Ifl ‰OOUUO‡ I EIA˛˘EIOfl
OO?EflI. C˚ IOEAUA I‡EUE O・˙flOIAIEA OO?EE ' [aAI˛ 1-3].
oUO・˚ O O?EU‡U¸
UOI¸IO ?UO OOIU?AIIOA SMS-OOO・˘AIEA,
IAO・iO‰EIO :
1. e E OOIU?AIEE SMS OOO・˘AIEfl I‡ ˝I ‡IA OOfl'EUOfl OEI'OI
OOIU?AIIO"O OOO・˘AIEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[OK], OOOIA ˝UO"O '˚ OIOEAUA O O?EU‡U¸
UOI¸IO ?UO OOIU?AIIOA OOO・˘AIEA.
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eOU˘AOU'IAIEA C˚AO'‡ E eU'AU I‡ C˚AO'
C˚AO'‡
C˚AO'O'
eOU˘AOU'IAIEA
1.
iUII?EE
c‡・A EUA UAIAUOII˚E
IOIA ,
'II˛?‡fl
IO‰.
NIfl
‰EOOIAA, I‡EIEUA
IA'U˛ IIOOIU UO ‡'IAIEfl, ?UO・˚ OA AIAOUEU¸
A‰‡IUE O'‡IEfl IOIA ‡
I‡
IU OO 'IA'O E I‡EIEUA O ‡'U˛ IIOOIU
UO ‡'IAIEfl, ?UO・˚ OA AIAOUEU¸ IU OO 'O ‡'O.
2. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU eUO ‡'IE ‰Ifl '˚AO'‡ IOIA ‡.
3. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU eIOI?‡IEA/eEU‡IEA ‰Ifl
?UO・˚ OUIAIEU¸ OOO˚UIU '˚AO'‡).
EOIOOO'OE
1.
AOIE '˚
aO"‰‡
'˚
CII
AEEIA iOU‡IO'I‡
'
[7-3],
'˚ OIOEAUA
'˚AO' UOI¸IO "OIOOOI.
OUI OAUA I ˚?IU,
OOfl'EUOfl
I‡‰OEO¸
"c‡AO'EUA EIfl"
3. eOOIA
(EIE
c‡・O
'˚・A AUA
OOU˘AOU'IflU¸
2.
OIOI?‡IEfl '˚AO'‡
I‡
‰EOOIAA
"OOO O'O‰ OOO・˘"
˝UO"O '˚ ' UA?AIEA
'‡?A"O
E '˚
UAIAUOI‡
U ‡AU
UOI˚?EUA
5 OAIUI‰ ‰OIEI˚ O OEAIAOUE
A‡O O" ‡IIE O'‡IIOA EIfl, IOUO OA '˚ iOUEUA '˚A'‡U¸.
4. C‡? UAIAUOI I‡・A AU IOIA , OOOU'AUOU'U˛˘EE ‰‡IIOIU
A‡O O" ‡IIE O'‡IIOIU
aAE‰UI‡ O‰I˚A
1. c‡EIEUA
2.
3.
EIAIE.
C˚AO'˚
U‰A EE'‡EUA IIOOIU
‰Ifl IAE‰UI‡ O‰IO"O
OOA‰EIAIEfl (OEI'OI + A‡IAIflAU IAE‰UI‡ O‰I˚E IO‰ ‰OOUUO‡).
c‡・A EUA IO‰ OU ‡I˚, IO‰ IAOUIOOUE E IOIA UAIAUOI‡.
NIfl OOU˘AOU'IAIEfl '˚AO'‡ IOIA ‡ I‡EIEUA IIOOIU eUO ‡'IE.
E
CIEI‡IEA !
?
C˚ ‰OIEI˚
OOO・˘AIEA '
I‡・E ‡AI˚I IOIA OI. NIfl EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl
‰‡IIOE UUII?EE EOOOI¸AUEUA IAI˛ 7 (aAI˛ "OIOOO'O"O I‡・O ‡).
OOOU‡'EU¸ '‡?A "OIOOO'OA
OOOU'AUOU'EA O
eOU˘AOU'IAIEA
C˚AO'‡
O EOOOI¸AO'‡IEAI
iAIAUOIIOE
aIEEIE
1. C AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl,
2.
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aO"‰‡
'˚・A EUA
aIAI‡ OUUAI
I‡E‡UEfl I‡
IIOOIU.
UAIAUOIIOE IIEEIE, '˚ IOEAUA
I‡EUE IUEI˚E IOIA , EOOOI¸AUfl UUII?E˛ 'SEARCH(eOEOI)'.
C˚・A EUA UUII?E˛ eOEOI OUUAI I‡E‡UEfl I‡ IIOOIU
[OK].
I‡
‰EOOIAA
OOfl'EUOfl IAI˛
iUII?EE
3.
C˚AO'‡
C'A‰EUA OA 'U˛ ・UI'U EIAIE E I‡EIEUA aIOOIU
[eOEOI].
aOOOI¸AUfl IIOOIE UO ‡'IAIEfl, OOU‡IO'EUAO¸ I‡ U A・UAIOI EIAIE.
c‡EIEUA aIOOIU eUO ‡'IE ‰Ifl OOU˘AOU'IAIEfl '˚AO'‡.
4.
5.
eO'UO I˚E c‡・O eOOIA‰IA"O cOIA ‡
1. c‡EIEUA
aIOOIU eUO ‡'IE, E '˚ U'E‰EUA OOOIA‰IEE I‡・ ‡II˚E IOIA .
I‡・ ‡U¸ ˝UOU EA IOIA OIO'‡, I‡EIEUA aIOOIU
eUO ‡'IE A˘A ‡A.
OOIE '˚ iOUEUA I‡・ ‡U¸ O‡I˚E OOOIA‰IEE I‡・ ‡II˚E IOIA
O‰IEI ‰'EEAIEAI, I‡EIEUA E U‰A EE'‡EUA IIOOIU eUO ‡'IE.
2. OOIE
3.
'˚ iOUEUA
C˚AO' '‡?AE EOIOOO'OE eO?U˚
1. c‡EEI‡EUA IIOOIU
1-5
'‡?
aOiO‰fl˘EA
CiO‰fl˘EA
eU‡UUO OOO・˘
EOIOO
'˚AO'‡.
aIE
IA
‰O
OA AE‰AU
UAi
'
UOU‡IO'IAI˚
UAIAUOI
'‡?A"O
'‡?EI
OOA ‡UO OI
OAUE.)
OO OOEU IOIA "OIOOO'OE OO?U˚, ''A‰EUA A"O E
[OK]. C˚ IOEAUA OOIU?EU¸ ˝UOU IOIA U
IIOOIU
O O'‡E‰A ‡
OIOEAUA
OUUAI
[aAI˛ 1-5]. (iOIU"E
c‡A‡‰
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OOI‡
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2. OOIE '˚ '˚・A AUA CII ' [aAI˛
OU
,
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eOOIA O・I‡ UEAIEfl UAIAUOIIO"O IOIA ‡
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EIE
IOIA O'.
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e OOU˘AII˚E cOIA
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eOOIA O・I‡ UEAIEfl UAIAUOIIO"O IOIA ‡ '˚ IOEAUA
I‡
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28
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EA
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OA AE‰EUA I U A・UAIOIU OUIIUU.
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7
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9
10
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11
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29
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6. OOIE
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A‡UAI '˚
UAIAUOII˚E
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[eO?Efl].
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E
NOOUUO
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3. c‡OE?EUA OA 'U˛
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20 OEI'OIO' EIAIE ' O‡IflUE UAIAUOI‡ E ' O‡IflUE SIM I‡ U˚.
aOIE?AOU'O OEI'OIO' A‡'EOEU OU i‡ ‡IUA EOUEI SIM I‡ U˚.
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2.
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3.
C'A‰EUA
I
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[OK],
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[OK]
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5.
eU A‰‡IUE UEUA UAIAUOII˚E
6. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
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iAI
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EIAIE
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OUI OEUA UAIAUOIIU˛ IIEEIU
[aIAI‡] ' AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2.
eA AE‰EUA
3.
C'A‰EUA
4.
c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
5. OOIE
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NO・ A-Iail
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50
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[OK]
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IAOUO,
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OOU‡IOO¸ O'O・O‰IO"O IAOU‡, UO I‡ ˝I ‡IA OOfl'EUOfl OOO・˘AIEA O・
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OUA AU¸ OU‡ ˚E OOEOOI A-Iail ' IAI˛ eOEOI‡ A-Iail.
6.
eU A‰‡IUE UEUA A‰ AO A-Iail.
7.
c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[OK]
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OOIO˘E
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32
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2.
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‰‡IIOA
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1.
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3.
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4.
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2.
eA AE‰EUA I OUIIUU i‰‡IU¸,
[OK] ‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
OOOIA ?A"O I‡EIEUA
IIOOIU
33
iAIAUOII‡fl
3. eOOIA
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4. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[c‡A‡‰]
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4. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
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[OK]
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C˚
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2.
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34
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eU・IAI˛ NO・ (‰O・‡'EU¸)
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1. eI‡?‡I‡
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2.
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OOO・˘AIEfl, OOi ‡IAII˚A ' O‡IflUE. eA AE‰EUA I IUEIOIU OOO・˘AIE˛
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e E OOIU?AIEE UAIOUO'O"O OOO・˘AIEfl I‡ ‰EOOIAA OOfl'IflAUOfl
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OOEOIA 'iO‰fl˘Ei OOO・˘AIEE. uUOU OEI'OI OOi ‡IflAUOfl I‡ ˝I ‡IA ‰O
UAi OO , OOI‡ '˚ IA O O?UAUA ˝UO OOO・˘AIEA. aO"‰‡ '˚ 'OE‰AUA ' ˝UO
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eA AE‰EUA I IUEIOIU OOO・˘AIE˛ O E OOIO˘E O ‡'OE EIE IA'OE
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OOO・˘AIEE CB ' O‡IflUE UAIAUOI‡. C AEEIA IAI˛ NO・‡'EU¸ '˚
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2.
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'˚AO'˚, '˚AO'˚ U‡IO‡, E/EIE EIUO I‡?EOII˚A '˚AO'˚ I‡ ‰ U"OE
IOIA . e E A‡O OOA I‡ eA A‡‰ AO‡?E˛ '˚AO'‡, OI OUIOOEUOfl UOI¸IO
I ‰‡IIOE '˚・ ‡IIOE IEIEE.
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[MAI˛]
'
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡ EIE O E OOIO˘E
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' "eO?EE '˚AO'‡".
3.
C˚・A EUA
IAI˛
eA A‡‰ AO‡?Efl
''O‰‡.
4.
52
C˚・A EUA
EOIOO.
'˚AO'˚.
E I‡EIEUA
IIOOIU
IIOOOI
[OK]
‰Ifl
EOIOO.
'˚AO'˚
[aAI˛ 2-1-1]
?
AAAUOI OA A‡‰ -fl:
eA A‡‰ AOUAU 'OA '˚AO'˚
?
CIA
?
a‡IflUO:
eA A‡‰ AOUAU
eA A‡‰ AOUAU
?
cAU
?
eUIAIEU¸
'˚AO'˚, IO"‰‡
OAU¸ IA IOEAU O'flA‡U¸Ofl O '‡IE.
'˚AO'˚, IO"‰‡
UAIAUOI
'˚AO'˚,
AOIE '˚ IA OU'A?‡AUA.
eA A‡‰ AO‡?E˛
"OIOOO'O"O '˚AO'‡.
‰‡II˚IE [aAI˛ 2-1-2]:
AAAUOIO'I‡fl
OA A‡‰ AO‡?Efl
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
2. c‡EIEUA
UO ‡'IAIEfl
3.
A‡IflU.
'OA:
eUIAIflAU
O
EOII˛?AIEfl.
OU'AU‡:
eA A‡‰ AOUAU
COA
・AA
AOI˚:
C˚・A EUA
[MAI˛]
'˚AO'O' O
'
‰‡II˚IE.
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡ EIE O E OOIO˘E
' "eO?EE '˚AO'‡".
IIOOOI
'OE‰EUA
IAI˛
eA A‡‰ AO‡?Efl
E I‡EIEUA
IIOOIU
[OK]
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
4.
COA
C˚・A EUA
COA
O
‰‡II˚IE.
[aAI˛ 2-1-3]:
U‡IO
eA A‡‰ AOUAU 'OA U‡IOEIEI¸I˚A
'˚A
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[MAI˛]
'
'˚AO'˚
・AA
EOII˛?AIEfl.
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡ EIE O E OOIO˘E
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' "eO?EE '˚AO'‡".
3.
C˚・A EUA
IAI˛
eA A‡‰ AO‡?Efl
E I‡EIEUA
IIOOIU
IIOOOI
[OK]
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
4.
C˚・A EUA
COA
U‡IO
'˚A.
53
eUIAIEU¸
[aAI˛ 2-1-4]:
eA A‡‰ AO‡?E˛ 'OAi "OIOOO'˚i,
EIUO I‡?EOII˚i E U‡IOEIEI¸I˚i '˚AO'O'.
'OA
eUIAIflAU
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[MAI˛]
'
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡ EIE O E OOIO˘E
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' "eO?EE '˚AO'‡".
3.
C˚・A EUA
eA A‡‰ AO‡?Efl
IAI˛
E I‡EIEUA
IIOOIU
IIOOOI
[OK]
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
4.
C˚・A EUA
eUIAIEU¸
a‡O AU
'˚AO'‡
(A‡'EOEU
OU OAUE E
'OA.
[aAI˛ 2-2]
U‡ EU‡)
C˚AO'‡ O AOflUOU'UAU '‡?AIU UAIAUOIU
OOU˘AOU'IflU¸ E/EIE O EIEI‡U¸ OO A‰AIAIIU˛ I‡UA"O E˛ '˚AO'O'.
iOIU"‡ AIOIE O'IE
N‡II‡fl UUII?Efl U A・UAU
IOEIO
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
・IOIE O'IE
O O'‡E‰A ‡ UOIU".
O‡ OIfl
'‡?A"O
OOIU?EU¸ U
[MAI˛]
'
'˚AO'O',
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡ EIE O E OOIO˘E
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' "eO?EE '˚AO'‡".
3.
C˚・A EUA
IAI˛
a‡O AU
IOUO ˚E
'˚AO'‡ E I‡EIEUA
IIOOOI
IIOOIU
[OK]
‰Ifl
''O‰‡.
?COAEOi:
iOIU"‡ ・IOIE O'IE
?
'OAi
EOiO‰fl˘Ei
'OAi
EOiO‰fl˘Ei IAE‰UI‡ O‰I˚i
'˚AO'O'.
a OIA O'OAE OU ‡I˚ :
iOIU"‡ ・IOIE O'IE 'OAi EOiO‰fl˘Ei IAE‰UI‡ O‰I˚i
I OIA '‡?AE ‰OI‡?IAE OAUE.
'˚AO'O',
a‡ " ‡IE?U
iOIU"‡ ・IOIE O'IE
?
?
a‡ " ‡IE?U
COA 'iO‰fl˘EA
:
iOIU"‡ ・IOIE O'IE
54
'˚AO'O'.
:
'OAi
'iO‰fl˘Ei
'˚AO'O'.
?
?
CiO‰OO OUI:
iOIU"‡ ・IOIE O'IE
eUIAIEU¸
eUIAIflAU
?
(A‡'EOEU
'iO‰fl˘Ei
'˚AO'O'
O E OUIEI"A.
'OA :
UOI¸IO
aAI O‡ OI¸ :
aAIAIflAU e‡
eEE‰‡IEA
'OAi
UOIU"U
・IOIE O'IE
OI¸ AIOIE O'IE
"OIOOO'O"O '˚AO'‡.
C˚AO'‡.
[aAI˛ 2-3]
'˚A
U‡ EU‡)
OU OAUE E
eO‰II˛?EUA EIE OUII˛?EUA UOIU"U cO'˚E '˚A. e E OO‰II˛?AIEE
‰‡IIOE UOIU"E, OOI¸AO'‡UAI¸ IOEAU O EIflU¸ OEE‰‡˛˘EE ('iO‰fl˘EE)
'˚AO'.
OOIE
˝U‡
UOIU"‡ OUII˛?AI‡,
OEE‰‡˛˘EE ('iO‰fl˘EE)
'˚AO',
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[MAI˛]
OOI¸AO'‡UAI¸ IA IOEAU
'
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡ EIE O E OOIO˘E
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' "eO?EE '˚AO'‡".
3.
C˚・A EUA
IAI˛
eEE‰‡IEA
O EIflU¸
E IA IOEAU OOOAI‡U¸ A"O.
'˚A E I‡EIEUA
IIOOOI
[OK]
IIOOIU
‰Ifl
''O‰‡.
eUO
Aec
(A‡'EOEU
OOIE
[aAI˛ 2-4]
U‡ EU‡)
OU OAUE E
'˚・A AUA CII, '˚ ‡A A?EUA, ?UO・˚ IOIA '‡?A"O
UAIAUOI‡ '˚O'A?E'‡IOfl ' UAIAUOIA ‰ U"OE OUO OI˚. eO O'OAIU
'˚
EAI‡IE˛ '˚ IOEAUA EAIAIEU¸ ˝UOU
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
2. c‡EIEUA
UO ‡'IAIEfl
3.
C˚・A EUA
[MAI˛]
'
AEEI ?A AA CII/C˚II.
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡ EIE O E OOIO˘E
' "eO?EE '˚AO'‡".
IIOOOI
'OE‰EUA
IAI˛
eUO
Aec
E I‡EIEUA
IIOOIU
[OK]
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
55
E UOO‡ OOI¸A-E [aAI˛ 2-5]
(A‡'EOEU
OU
OAUE)
aOOOI¸AUEUA ‰‡IIU˛ UUII?E˛, ?UO・˚ O" ‡IE?EU¸ EOOOI¸AO'‡IEA
UAIAUOI‡ ‰Ifl '˚AO'O' IOIA O', IOUO ˚A OUIOOflUOfl I OO A‰AIAII˚I
" UOO‡I OOI¸AO'‡UAIAE. aO"‰‡ O EIAIflAUOfl ‰‡II‡fl UUII?Efl, I‡E‰˚E
EOiO‰fl˘EE '˚AO' O E'flA˚'‡AUOfl I " UOOO'OIU EI‰AIOU. OOIE
" UOOO'OE EI‰AIO UI‡A‡I, OI O EIAIflAUOfl IO 'OAI EOiO‰fl˘EI
'˚AO'‡I. OOIE " UOOO'OE EI‰AIO IA UI‡A‡I, OAU¸ ・U‰AU OOI¸AO'‡U¸Ofl
O AUA AI?E‡I¸I˚I EI‰AIOOI (OOA?E‡I¸I˚E EI‰AIO, IOUO ˚E
i ‡IEUOfl ' OAUE).
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[MAI˛]
'
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡ EIE O E OOIO˘E
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' "eO?EE '˚AO'‡".
3.
56
C˚・A EUA E UOO‡ OOI¸A-E
E I‡EIEUA
IIOOIU
IIOOOI
[OK]
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
eUOEI
'˚A
[aAI˛ 3]
NOOUUO
I
aAI˛
3
eUOEI
c‡EIEUA ‰'‡ ‡A‡
NIEU-U¸
'˚A
'˚A
OK
c‡A‡‰
[aAI˛ 3-1]
N‡II‡fl UUII?Efl OOA'OIflAU '‡I UAI‡U¸ O O‰OIEEUAI¸IOOU¸ '‡?A"O
eOOIA‰IA"O C˚AO'‡, COAi C˚AO'O', CiO‰fl˘A"O C˚AO'‡ E aOiO‰fl˘A"O
C˚AO'‡
'
E
?‡O‡i, IEIUU‡i
I‡?‡I¸IOA OOIOEAIEA
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
OAIUI‰‡i. C˚
U‡EIA ˚
[MAI˛]
'
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' eUOEI '˚A.
3.
C˚・A EUA NIEU-U¸
4.
N‡IIOA IAI˛ EIAAU 5 OU・IAI˛.
IOUO ˚E '˚ iOUEUA U'E‰AU¸.
eUOEI
'˚A
'
'˚A E I‡EIEUA
C˚
EIE
O E OOIO˘E
[OK]
IIOOIU
'˚・ ‡U¸
IOEAUA
IIOOOI
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
˝IAIAIU,
[aAI˛ 3-2]
OAUA'‡fl
OOOIA‰IA"O
UOU‡IO'EU¸
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
N‡II‡fl
U‡IEA IOEAUA
'˚AO'O'.
UOIU"‡
OOA'OIflAU '‡I
O O'A EU¸
'˚AO'‡ EIE 'OAi '˚AO'O' E
OUOEIOOU¸ '‡?A"O
UOU‡IO'EU¸
' I‡?‡I¸IOA
oUO・˚ UOU‡IO'EU¸ O?AU?EIE ' EOiO‰IOA
IAO・iO‰EI PIN2 IO‰. eUOEIOOU¸ UI‡A˚'‡AUOfl
OOIOEAIEA O?AU?EIE.
OOIOEAIEA,
'‡I
I‡E‰OE SIM I‡ U˚
UOU OEOU'OI [aAI˛ 3-2-2]
OU‰AI¸IO ‰Ifl
' O'flAE O AA
'IUU AIIEI
CIEI‡IEA
?
i‡IUE?AOIEE
O?AU OO OUOEIOOU¸˛
O O'‡E‰A OI
UOIU"
IOEAU
'˚AO'O', '˚OU‡'IAII˚E
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'‡I
' A‡'EOEIOOUE OU
i‡ ‡IUA EOUEI OAUE, OI U"IAIEfl O?AUO',
I‡IO"O' E U.O.
57
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
2. c‡EIEUA
UO ‡'IAIEfl
[MAI˛]
'
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡
' eUOEI '˚A.
3.
C˚・A EUA
4.
N‡IIOA IAI˛ EIAAU 3 OU・IAI˛.
IOUO ˚E '‡I IUEAI.
iOU eUOEI
(A‡'EOEU
OU
e" -A
N‡II‡fl
eUOEI
O E OOIO˘E
IIOOOI
'˚A E I‡EIEUA
IIOOIU
C˚
IOEAUA
[OK]
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
'˚・ ‡U¸
˝IAIAIU,
[aAI˛ 3-3]
SIM)
OUOEI
[aAI˛ 3-3-1]
OAUA'‡fl
UOIU"‡
OOA'OIflAU '‡I
O" ‡IE?E'‡U¸
OUOEIOOU¸
‰O
'˚・ ‡IIO"O
IOIE?AOU'‡
'˚・A AUA CII,
'˚ OIOEAUA
UOU‡IO'EU¸ O A‰AI ‡OiO‰‡
'‡?Ei '˚AO'O'
'˚
EIE
'OE‰EUA
A‰EIE?‡i
A‰EIE?
OUOEIOOUE.
OOIE
'
UAIAUOIOI ' O A‰AI‡i
OOIE '˚ '˚・A AUA C˚II,
UAIAUOIOI ・AA O" ‡IE?AIEfl
E OOI¸AO'‡U¸Ofl '‡?EI
UOU‡IO'IAII˚i A‰EIE?
OUOEIOOUE.
OIOEAUA OOI¸AO'‡U¸Ofl '‡?EI
'˚
‡OiO‰O'. e E EOOOI¸AO'‡IEE 'OAi A‰EIE? OUOEIOOUE, O '‡?A"O
UAIAUOI‡ IAI¸Afl ・U‰AU OO'A ?‡U¸ '˚AO'˚, A‡ EOII˛?AIEAI
‡'‡ EEI˚i OEUU‡?EE. NIfl UOU‡IO'IE IEIEU‡ OUOEIOOUE, '‡I
OOI‡‰O・EUOfl PIN2 IO‰.
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[MAI˛]
'
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' eUOEI '˚A.
58
3.
C˚・A EUA
4.
iOU eUOEI
C˚・A EUA e" -A
E I‡EIEUA
OUOEI
EIE
IIOOIU
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
O E OOIO˘E
[OK]
IIOOOI
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
iOU
C˚
U‡ EU [aAI˛ 3-3-2]
IOEAUA
UOU‡IO'EU¸
e・ ‡UEUAO¸
I‡EIAIO'‡IEA '‡I˛U˚ E
A‰EIE?U
OOI‡U˚.
O O'‡E‰A U UOIU" ‰Ifl OO A‰AIAIEfl
OUOEIOOUE A‰EIE? OOI‡U˚. NIfl '˚・O ‡ '‡I˛U˚ EIE A‰EIE?˚
‰‡IIOI IAI˛, '‡I OOI‡‰O・EUOfl PIN2 IO‰.
I
'‡?AIU
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[MAI˛]
'
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' eUOEI '˚A.
3.
4.
C˚・A EUA
iOU eUOEI
E I‡EIEUA
C˚・A EUA
iOU
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
eUOEI
C˚
OOOI '˚A
IOEAUA
iO‰A
CII.
U‡ EU
'
EIE
IIOOIU
O E OOIO˘E
[OK]
IIOOOI
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
[aAI˛ 3-3-3]
O O'A EU¸ O O‰OIEEUAI¸IOOU¸
'˚AO'‡ EIE OOOIA OIOI?‡IEfl
1. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[MAI˛]
'
'˚AO'‡,
‰Ifl O flIO"O ‰OOUUO‡
UO ‡'IAIEfl 'OE‰EUA ' eUOEI '˚A.
C˚・A EUA
iOU eUOEI
4.
C˚・A EUA
eUOEI
E I‡EIEUA
OOOI '˚A
UOU‡IO'EUA
AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡EIEUA
3.
E OUOEIOOU¸ '˚AO'‡ '
AOIE '˚
EIE
IIOOIU
O E OOIO˘E
[OK]
IIOOOI
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
‰Ifl ''O‰‡.
59
a‡˘EU‡ [aAI˛ 4]
NOOUUO
aAI˛
I
4
a‡˘EU‡
<c‡EIEUA U E ‡A‡>
PIN 'II/'˚II
OK
c‡A‡‰
[aAI˛ 4-1]
C ‰‡IIOI IAI˛, '˚ IOEAUA UOU‡IO'EU¸, ?UO・˚ '‡? UAIAUOI
OO ‡?E'‡I PIN IO‰ '‡?AE SIM I‡ U˚ O E 'II˛?AIEE UAIAUOI‡.
EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl ‰‡IIOE UUII?EE '‡O OOO OOflU ''AOUE PIN IO‰.
1.
COE‰EUA ' ‰‡IIOA
'‡? UAIAUOI OOO
IAI˛
OOEU
?A AA
''AOUE
'˚・O
PIN CII/C˚II. eOOIA
PIN IO‰,
AOIE
UUII?Efl
NIfl
˝UO"O
A‡O OO‡ PIN
IO‰‡ OO‰II˛?AI‡.
2.
C'A‰EUA
'‡?
PIN IO‰.
3. c‡EIEUA IIOOIU
I‡EIEUA
4.
c‡ ˝I ‡IA ‰EOOIAfl
OOfl'EUOfl
OIA‰U˛˘AA
IAI˛.
?
CII˛?EU¸
:
CII˛?EU¸ A‡O OO PIN IO‰‡.
?
eUII˛?EU¸
:
eUII˛?EU¸ A‡O OO PIN IO‰‡.
aAIAIEU¸ IO‰˚
N‡IIOA
1,
O A‰OOU‡'IflAU '‡I
IO‰ PIN2 E a‡˘ IO‰.
COE‰EUA
'
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2.
C˚・A EUA PIN1,
3.
C'A‰EUA
4. C‡?
[aAI˛ 4-2]
IAI˛
IO‰ PIN
1.
[OK] ‰Ifl O O'A IE ''A‰AIIO"O PIN IO‰‡, EIE
[c‡A‡‰], ?UO・˚ OUA AU¸ ''A‰AII˚E OEI'OI.
IIOOIU
IAI˛
PIN2
?A AA
EIE
'‡?E I‡?‡I¸I˚A
'˚・O
OIAI˚
IO‰O' ‰OOUUO‡
:
aAIAIEU¸ IO‰˚.
a‡˘ IO‰.
PIN IO‰˚
E I‡EIEUA
IIOOIU
IO‰ PIN1/PIN2
[OK].
a‡˘EUI˚E
aO‰, IOUO ˚A ・U‰UU A‡IAIAI˚ E I‡EIEUA IIOOIU
[OK]. eOOIA
˝UO"O UAIAUOI A‡O OOEU IO'˚A PIN IO‰˚ EIE a‡˘EUI˚E aO‰ A˘A
‡A.
60
UAIAUOI
UUII?E˛
OOO OOEU
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EIE
5. OOIE
'˚
O ‡'EI¸IO ''A‰AUA I‡?‡I¸I˚E IO‰ PIN1/PIN2
a‡˘EUI˚E aO‰, ‡
・U‰UU EAIAIAI˚.
A‡UAI
EIE
O ‡'EI¸IO OO‰U'A ‰EUA IO'˚A,
UO OIE
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1.
COE‰EUA
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2.
C'A‰EUA
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OOIE
O ‡'EI¸IO ''A‰AUA IO‰
'˚
OOfl'EUOfl
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IAI˛
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'˚・O iEIOE I‡・O .
I‡?‡I¸I˚E PIN2 IO‰
OIA‰U˛˘AA
CII˛?EU¸
:
E I‡EIEUA
PIN2,
UO I‡
[OK].
IIOOIU
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IAI˛.
e A‰OOU‡'IflAU
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UUII?E˛
EOiO‰fl˘Ei '˚AO'O',
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IOIA ‡, OOi ‡IAII˚A
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U‡IU˛ 'OAIOEIOOU¸
O A‰OOU‡'IflAU '‡?‡ SIM I‡ U‡.
‰‡IIOI IAI˛,
?
eUII˛?EU¸
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cAU
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c‡・O ‡
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eOA'OIflAU
AOIE
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EOiO‰fl˘EA
'˚AO'˚.
‰O・‡'IflU¸, A‰‡IUE O'‡U¸
cOIA ‡ UEIOE O'‡IIO"O eA‰‡IUE .
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U‰‡IflU¸
61
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[aAI˛ 5]
NOOUUO
aAI˛
I
5
iOU‡IO'IE
<c‡EIEUA ?AU˚ A ‡A‡>
C˚・O
C˚
c‡A‡‰
[aAI˛ 5-1]
OAUE
IOEAUA
OK
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EIE
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I‡・A EUA UAIAUOII˚E IOIA E I‡EIEUA
aIOOIU eUO ‡'IE. eA '˚E '˚AO' OA A'A‰AI ' AEEI OEE‰‡IEfl.
2.
3.
NIfl OO‰II˛?AIEfl OA 'O"O U?‡OUIEI‡ IOIUA AI?EE I '˚AO'U,
I‡EIEUA aIOOIU OK, '˚・A EUA IOIUA AI?-O'flA¸, '˚・A EUA
OO‰II˛?EU¸ E I‡EIEUA aIOOIU
[OK].
NIfl ‰O・‡'IAIEfl
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U?‡OUIEI‡
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1
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2.
4.
5.
NIfl
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[OK], '˚・A EUA IOIUA AI?-O'flA¸, '˚・A EUA ?‡OUI˚E, E
I‡EIEUA aIOOIU
[OK]. C˚・A EUA U?‡OUIEI‡, IOUO O"O '˚
iOUEUA OUII˛?EU¸, E I‡EIEUA aIOOIU eIOI?‡IEA/eEU‡IEA.
NIfl
OIOI?‡IEfl
IOIUA AI?-O'flAE,
I‡EIEUA
aIOOIU
EIE
UIEO.
A‡I OAUA
P‡A¸A‰EIEU¸
C˚
'˚AO', IOUO ˚E UEA I‡iO‰EUOfl ' AEEIA
UAIU˘EE '˚AO', ‡ U‡IEA 'OA '˚AO'˚ OUUAI
OOOU'AUOU'U˛˘A"O '˚・O ‡ EA OIA‰U˛˘Ei OUIIUO' IAI˛: iAIU˘EE
C˚AO', C˚AO' ' eAEEIA eEE‰‡IEfl, COA C˚AO'˚.
IOEAUA OUII˛?EU¸
OEE‰‡IEfl,
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IA IOEAU OI˚?‡U¸
e E OUII˛?AIEE
IEI OUOI OO‰II˛?EUOfl ‡'UOI‡UE?AOIE. eO
UAIAUOI UOU‡IO'IAI ' AEEIA CII IEI OUOI.
‡ '˚ IOEAUA OI˚?‡U¸ "OIOO
OUO OI˚.
'˚AO'‡, CII
UIOI?‡IE˛
1. CO ' AIfl '˚AO'‡, I‡EIEUA IIOOIU
eO?EE 'O C AIfl C˚AO'‡.
80
[OK]
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'
AEEI
2.
C˚・A EUA AEEI eUII.IEI OUOI ‰Ifl
eUII˛?AIEA a'UI‡ '‡?A"O UAIAUOI‡.
CII
'II˛?AIEfl
UUII?EE
IEI OUOI
e E '˚・O A ‰‡IIOE UUII?EE ‰ U"‡fl
eO UIOI?‡IE˛ UAIAUOI UOU‡IO'IAI
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IEI OUOI.
DTMF CII
e E '˚・O A ‰‡IIOE UUII?EE '˚ IOEAUA OUO ‡'IflU¸
eO UIOI?‡IE˛ UAIAUOI UOU‡IO'IAI ' AEEIA DTMF
U‡IEA
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CII. eI.
UOI, I‡I OUO ‡'IflU¸ DTMF.
1. CO ' AIfl '˚AO'‡, I‡EIEUA IIOOIU
eO?EE 'O C AIfl C˚AO'‡.
2.
UOI˚
C˚・A EUA AEEI
[OK]
‰Ifl 'iO‰‡
DTMF CII ‰Ifl OUO ‡'IAIEfl
UOIO'
'
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DTMF.
C˚II DTMF
e E '˚・O A ‰‡IIOE UUII?EE '˚ IA IOEAUA OUO ‡'IflU¸ UOI˚
DTMF. eO UIOI?‡IE˛ UAIAUOI UOU‡IO'IAI ' AEEIA DTMF CII.
1. CO ' AIfl '˚AO'‡, I‡EIEUA IIOOIU
eO?EE 'O C AIfl C˚AO'‡.
2.
C˚・A EUA AEEI
[OK]
‰Ifl 'iO‰‡
DTMF C˚II ‰Ifl A‡O AU‡ OUO ‡'IAIEfl
'
AEEI
UOIO'
DTMF.
a‡OEO‡U¸
e E OOIO˘E ‰‡IIOE UUII?EE '˚ IOEAUA 'O ' AIfl '˚AO'‡ O‰AI‡U¸
IAO・iO‰EI˚A A‡OEOE (A‡OEO‡U¸ UAIAUOII˚E IOIA ). eOOIA OIOI?‡IEfl
'˚AO'‡ UAIAUOII˚E IOIA OOfl'EUOfl I‡ ˝I ‡IA ‰EOOIAfl, '˚ OIOEAUA
OOi ‡IEU¸ A"O ' UAIAUOIIOE IIEEIA E OOU˘AOU'EU¸ '˚AO' OUUAI
I‡E‡UEfl I‡ aIOOIU eUO ‡'IE
.
1. CO ' AIfl '˚AO'‡, I‡EIEUA IIOOIU
eO?EE 'O C AIfl C˚AO'‡.
2.
[OK]
‰Ifl 'iO‰‡
'
AEEI
C˚・A EUA AEEI a‡OEO‡U¸ ‰Ifl UO"O, ?UO・˚ O‰AI‡U¸
IAO・iO‰EIU˛ A‡OEO¸ (A‡OEO‡U¸ UAIAUOII˚E IOIA ).
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a‡OEO¸
OOIE '‡I IAO・iO‰EIO A‡OEO‡U¸ '‡? '˚AO', I‡EIEUA E
U‰A EE'‡EUA aIOOIU a‡OEOE, OOOIA ˝UO"O '‡? '˚AO' ・U‰AU
A‡OEO‡I. NIfl OOU‡IO'IE A‡OEOE, I‡EIEUA aIOOIU a‡OEOE, aIOOIU
eIOI?‡IEA/eEU‡IEA EIE O OOUO A‡I OEUA UIEO. NIfl
'OOO OEA'A‰AIEfl '‡?Ei A‡OEOAE, ?EU‡EUA ‡A‰AI <EOIOOO'‡fl
e‡IflU¸>. NIfl ・OIAA OOIIOE EIUO I‡?EE O・ ‡˘‡EUAO¸ I ‡A‰AIU
<EOIOOO'‡fl e‡IflU¸>.
1. CO ' AIfl
U‰A EE'‡EUA aIOOIU a‡OEOE,
UAIAUOI‡.
'˚AO'‡ I‡EIEUA E
‡OOOIOEAIIU˛
I‡
O ‡'OE
OUO OIA
eOO・˘AIEA
e E '˚・O A ‰‡IIOE UUII?EE, '˚ IOEAUA 'OEUE ' IAI˛ OOO・˘AIEE
aAI˛ 1/NIfl ・OIAA OOIIOE EIUO I‡?EE O・ ‡˘‡EUAO¸ I ‡A‰AIU
<eOO・˘AIEA> [aAI˛ 1].
1. CO ' AIfl '˚AO'‡, I‡EIEUA IIOOIU
eO?EE 'O C AIfl C˚AO'‡.
2.
C˚・A EUA AEEI eOO・˘AIEA
OOO・˘AIEA.
SIM
[OK]
‰Ifl 'iO‰‡
'
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C‡?
O O'‡E‰A UOIU" IOEAU O A‰IOEEU¸ OOA?E‡I¸I˚A UOIU"E,
O A‰OOU‡'IflAI˚A ?A AA SIM I‡ UU, U‡IEA I‡O EIA , I‡I
‰OI‡?IEE ・‡II, ・E EA'˚A OOA ‡?EE E U.‰. OOIE '˚ OO‰II˛?EUA
O‰IU EA ‰‡II˚i UOIU", UO AA I‡A'‡IEA OOfl'EUOfl ' IOI?A eOIO'IO"O
aAI˛. aIAfl ‰OOUUO I SIM UOIU"‡I, '‡? UAIAUOI IOEAU UOOA?IO
O EIAIflU¸Ofl
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UOIU"‡I, O A‰I‡"‡AI˚I '‡?EI O O'‡E‰A OI UOIU". NIfl OOIU?AIEfl
・OIAA OO‰ O・IOE EIUO I‡?EE O・ ‡˘‡EUAO¸ I O O'‡E‰A U UOIU".
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NIfl OOIU?AIEfl IAO・iO‰EI˚i ‰‡II˚i E EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl U‡IO‡, '‡I
OOU A・UAUOfl O'flAU˛˘AA O O" ‡IIIOA O・AOOA?AIEA, ‡ EIAIIO
O O" ‡II˚ ‰Ifl OOIU?AIEfl EIUO I‡?EE E EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl U‡IO‡.
eA A‰ EOOOI¸AO'‡IEAI ‰‡II˚i UUII?EE '‡I IAO・iO‰EIO OO‰II˛?EU¸
'‡? UAIAUOI I IOIO¸˛UA U, EIE U・A‰EU¸Ofl ' UOI, ?UO '‡? UAIAUOI
OO‰II˛?AI I OO'IAOUEIOIU UOU OEOU'U.
C˚AO' ‰Ifl
eOIU?AIEfl N‡II˚i
EIE
aOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl i‡IO‡
NIfl
OOIU?AIEfl IAO・iO‰EI˚i ‰‡II˚i E EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl U‡IO‡, U・A‰EUAO¸,
iOU '˚AO'‡
AE. '˚AO'‡ UOU‡IO'IAI ' "O‰EI AEEI" (iOU‡IO'IE
eAE. '˚AO'‡
e‰EIO? AEEI). C ‰‡IIOI AEEIA '˚ IOEAUA
?UO
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E
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1.
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U‡IOEIEI¸I˚IE OOO・˘AIEflIE.
E U‡IO" (iOU‡IO'IE
iOU
'˚ OIOEAUA
OA A‰‡'‡U¸
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OA A‰‡EUA
3. eOOIA OA A‰‡?E ‰‡II˚i
EIE
O・AOOA?AIEfl,
U‡IO.
'˚ IOEAUA
A‡'A ?EU¸
'˚AO', A‡I ˚' O'flAU˛˘AA O O" ‡IIIOA
O・AOOA?AIEA,
IIOOIU eIOI?‡IEA/eEU‡IEA
UIEO.
eOIU?AIEA
1.
‰‡II˚A
U‡IO‡,
EIE
I‡・O ‡.
UAIAUOIU.
2. eOOIA OO‰II˛?AIEfl O'flAU˛˘A"O O O" ‡IIIO"O
OOU˘AOU'EUA
"OIOOO'˚A E
U‡IOEIEI¸IO"O OOO・˘AIEfl
EIE
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OOIU?EUA ‰‡II˚A
3. eOOIA O EAI‡ ‰‡II˚i
EIE
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UAIAUOIU.
2. eOOIA OO‰II˛?AIEfl O'flAU˛˘A"O O O" ‡IIIO"O
O EIEUA
OOIE
'˚AO'‡
U‡IO‡,
EIE
O・AOOA?AIEfl,
U‡IO.
'˚ IOEAUA
A‡'A ?EU¸ '˚AO',
A‡I ˚' O'flAU˛˘AA O O" ‡IIIOA O・AOOA?AIEA,
eIOI?‡IEA/eEU‡IEA EIE A‡I ˚' UIEO.
I‡E‡'
IIOOIU
83
a‡I EOOOI¸AO'‡U¸ '˚AO' N‡II˚i E i‡IO‡ NOOOIIEUAI¸I˚A iUII?EE
C˚AO' ‰Ifl
eOIU?AIEfl N‡II˚i
C ‰‡IIOI AEEIA
'˚ OIOEAUA
U‡IOEIEI¸I˚A OOO・˘AIEfl
aOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl i‡IO‡
EIE
OA A‰‡'‡U¸
・AA
"OIOOO'˚A E
EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl "OIOOO'O"O
I‡・O ‡.
CIEI‡IEA
?
N‡II˚E AEEI
IA
fl'IflAUOfl
OAUA'OE
O・AOOA?E'‡AU U‡IOE AEEI,
"OIOOO'˚I EIE
OUO ‡'IAIEA
U‡IOEIEI¸I˚I
"OIOOO'˚i EIE
1.
eO‰II˛?EUA
2.
C˚・A EUA AEEI EOIOO E
OOA'OIflAU '‡I OA AEUE EA
'O
' AIfl
3. OOIE
I‡
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4.
IOIO¸˛UA
OAU¸
'˚AO'OI.
U‡IOEIEI¸I˚i
I
OOIE
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UAIAUOIU.
i‡IO. eAEEI EOIOO
E
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AEEI
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'˚AO'‡.
UAIAUOI‡
‰EOOIAA
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'˚・ ‡IIOA OOO・˘AIEA,
OI
OA A‰‡?A.
C'A‰EUA
IOIA
'‡?
i‡ ‡IUA EOUEIOE.
'˚ IA OIOEAUA OOI¸AO'‡U¸Ofl
EIE
I‡E‰EUA ' O‡IflUE IAO・iO‰EI˚E UAIAUOII˚E
aIOOIU eUO ‡'IE.
E I‡EIEUA
5. eOOIA "OIOOO'OE OA A‰‡?E,
'˚ IOEAUA I‡?‡U¸
OA A‰‡?U
U‡IOEIEI¸IO"O OOO・˘AIEfl.
6. eOOIA OA A‰‡?E
U‡IO‡,
'˚ IOEAUA
A‡'A ?EU¸ '˚AO', A‡I ˚'
O O" ‡IIIOA O・AOOA?AIEA,
eIOI?‡IEA/eEU‡IEA EIE A‡I ˚' UIEO.
U‡IOEIEI¸IOA
OOIU?AIEA
1.
"OIOOO'˚i EIE
eO‰II˛?EUA
'‡?
U‡IOEIEI¸I˚i
IOIO¸˛UA
2. eOOIA "OIOOO'OE OA A‰‡?E,
I
IIOOIU
'˚AO'O'
UAIAUOIU.
'˚ IOEAUA OU'AUEU¸ I‡ '˚AO'
U‡IO‡, OO‰II˛?E' O O" ‡IIIOA
‡'UOI‡UE?AOIO"O OU'AU‡).
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O・AOOA?AIEA
(AOIE
IA
・U‰AU
EOIOOO'‡fl e‡IflU¸
NOOOIIEUAI¸I˚A iUII?EE
EOIOOO'‡fl
O‡IflU¸ OOA'OIflAU '‡I A‡OEO˚'‡U¸ ‰O 3 "OIOOO'˚i OOO・˘AIEE,
O O‰OIEEUAI¸IOOU¸˛ ‰O 30 OAIUI‰ I‡E‰OA. uUO U‰O・IO, IO"‰‡ U '‡O IAU O
OO・OE U?IE EIE ・UI‡"E ‰Ifl A‡OEOE OOO・˘AIEE EIE UI‡A‡IEE.
EOIOOO'‡fl e‡IflU¸
1.
NIfl EOOOI¸AO'‡IEfl ‰‡IIOE UUII?EE, I‡EIEUA E U‰A EE'‡EUA
aIOOIU a‡OEOE ' UA?AIEA O O‰OIEEUAI¸IO"O ' AIAIE 'O ' AIfl
'˚AO'‡ EIE ' AEEIA OEE‰‡IEfl.
2. c‡?IAUOfl A‡OEO¸, I‡ ‰EOOIAA OOfl'EUOfl I‡‰OEO¸ a‡OEO¸
OOU‡˛˘AAOfl ‰O OIOI?‡IEfl A‡OEOE.
3. OOIE '˚ iOUEUA A‡'A ?EU¸ A‡OEO¸,
UA?AIEA
I‡EIEUA
aIOOIU
E
' AIfl,
A‡OEOE '
IO OUIO"O ' AIAIE.
aAI˛ EOIOOO'OE e‡IflUE
iAIAUOI
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A‡OEOE E
' AIfl
' AIAIE. eOOIA
UO ‡'IAIEfl,
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aIOOIE a‡OEOE ' UA?AIEA IO OUIO"O
EIUO I‡?E˛
‰‡UU, OUUAI
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O‡IflUE O EOOOI¸AO'‡IEAI
[OK],
IIOOIU
COOO OEA'A‰AIEA (aAI˛ EOIOOO'OE
C˚
IOEAUA
IAI˛.
'OOO OEA'AOUE
a OIA
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?A AA ‰EI‡IEI
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1]
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2]
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[aAI˛ EOIOOO'OE e‡IflUE 3]
U‰‡IEU
'O˛
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i‰‡IAIEA [aAI˛ EOIOOO'OE
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E
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"OIOOO'U˛
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aAIO‰Efl
IAIO‰Efl. N‡II‡fl
IAIO‰Efl O・AOOA?E'‡AU ‡AIE?I˚A 'E‰˚ A'UI‡, 'II˛?‡fl A'OIOI
A‡OEO‡I‡ '˚OOIOI‡?AOU'AII‡fl
E
IAIO‰E?AOIEE A'UI ‡OO‡ ‡U‡, IO"UU OOA‰‡'‡U¸Ofl ‡AIE?I˚A UAI・ ˚,
4 UAI・ ‡ IO"UU OOA‰‡'‡U¸Ofl O‰IO' AIAIIO. a OIA UO"O, O E ˝UOI
IOEAU EOOOI¸AO'‡U¸Ofl " OIIO"O'O EUAI¸ UAIAUOI‡ (handsfree).
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e E EOOOI¸AO'‡IEE ‰‡IIO"O ‡OO‡ ‡U‡ OIA‰UAU 'OA"‰‡ OO・I˛‰‡U¸
OIA‰U˛˘EA IA ˚ UAiIEIE ・AAOO‡OIOOUE.
?
cA O EI‡O‡EUAO¸ I ‡‰‡OUA U 'I‡EI˚IE UI‡IE.
?
cA ‡A・E ‡EUA ‡OO‡ ‡U. (eAIOIU ‰OIEAI OOU˘AOU'IflU¸Ofl UOI¸IO
?
I'‡IEUE?E O'‡II˚I OA OOI‡IOI).
cA O EIAIflEUA OIOIO ˝IAIU O・˚UO'˚i O E・O O',
UAIA'EAO ˚, ‡‰EOO EAIIEIE
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‡‰E‡UO ˚
EIE
O',
I‡" A'‡UAIE.
cA
・ OO‡EUA UAIAUOI.
OO‰'A "‡EUA UAIAUOI IAi‡IE?AOIOE 'E・ ‡?EE EIE U‰‡ U.
e・A A"‡EUA OO'A iIOOU¸ UAIAUOI‡ OU OO' AE‰AIEE.
aOOOI¸AUEUA OUiEA UI‡IE ‰Ifl O?EOUIE OO'A iIOOUE UAIAUOI‡. (cA
O EIAIflEUA ‡OU'O EUAIE, U‡IEA I‡I ・AIAEI, ‡OU'O EUAIE E
OOE U).
cA OO‰'A "‡EUA ‡OO‡ ‡U 'OA‰AEOU'E˛ ‰˚I‡ EIE O˚IE.
cA
e・OIUEE'‡IEA ・‡U‡ AE.
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cA OIA‰UAU
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OUIE?EA OU
‰ U"Ei
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cA OO‰'A "‡EUA A‡ fl‰IOA
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IA
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'I‡EIOOUE, I‡O EIA ' '‡IIOE IOII‡UA.
cA OOU‡'IflEUA ・‡U‡ A˛ ' "O fl?Ei E iOIO‰I˚i IAOU‡i,
IOEAU
86
I‡
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aOOOI¸AUEUA UOI¸IO ・‡U‡ AE E A‡ fl‰I˚A UOU OEOU'‡ IOIO‡IEE
LG. a‡ fl‰I˚A UOU OEOU'‡ LG O A‰I‡AI‡?AI˚ ‰Ifl UO"O, ?UO・˚
O O‰IA'‡U¸ EEAI¸ ・‡U‡ AflI.
cA ‡A・E ‡EUA E IA A‡I˚I‡EUA ・‡U‡ AE.
eOi ‡IflEUA IAU‡IIE?AOIEA IOIU‡IU˚ ・‡U‡ AE ?EOU˚IE.
a‡IAIEUA ・‡U‡ AE, AOIE OIE IA OU'A?‡˛U O A‰˙fl'IflAI˚I
U A・O'‡IEflI. A‡U‡ AE IOEIO A‡ flE‡U¸ OOUIE ‡A ‰O UAi OO ,
OOI‡ EI OOU A・UAUOfl A‡IAI‡.
a‡ fl‰EUA ・‡U‡ AE, AOIE OIE IA EOOOI¸AO'‡IEO¸ ' UA?AIEA
OOIIA?I˚i
?
・‡U‡ A˛ OA A‰ A‡ fl‰IOE.
‡・OUU ・‡U‡ AE IA 'IEflAU
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UiU‰?EU¸ i‡ ‡IUA EOUEIE
・‡U‡ AE.
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e・˘AA
:
LG-500
eEOUAI‡
c‡A'‡IEA
:
GSM 900/DCS 1800
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:
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UEO
3V
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ENGLISH
GSM Phone
USER'S MANUAL
MODEL:LG-500
Please read this manual
operating
carefully
before
your set. Retain it for future reference.
LG-500 has
a
users'
polished style
a
which
provides
better feel and convenience.
LG-500 GSM Phone
3
For Your
Safety
All radio transmitters carry risks of interference with electronics in close
proximity.
GSM Phones must be switched off at all times in
an
aircraft.
Do not activate
chemical
Avoid
plants
use
in
pacemakers
petrol stations, fuel depots,
blasting operations.
near
or
hospitals : medical electronics, e.g.
hearing aids can be affected.
and
Minor interference may affect
Do not hold the
phone
Do not dismantle
4
TVs, radios, PCs,
in your hand while
phone
or
battery.
etc.
driving.
Please note:
Use only specified batteries
damage the phone.
and
Unusable batteries should be
with relevant
chargers
disposed
use
phone.
others
can
of in accordance
legislation.
ORIGINAL accessories to avoid
Only
your
as
damage
to
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Contents
Overview
Accessories
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Part of the Phone
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Front of the Phone
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Rear of the Phone
Key Description
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Side of the Phone
Alphanumeric Keys
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Started
the SIM Card
Installing
Installing the Battery
Charging the Battery
Disconnecting the Charger
Powering
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On
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PIN1 code
(4 to 8 digits)
PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits)
PUK1 code (4 to 8 digits)
PUK2 code (4 to 8 digits)
Security code (4 to 8 digits)
Write message
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Read message
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Messages
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Sequence
Write and Read
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Access Codes
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On-Screen Icons
Installation
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Information
Display Information
Getting
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Display
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Call Functions
Making and Answering
Making Calls
Answering Calls
Calls
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Recent Numbers
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Dialed Number
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Received Number
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Missed Number
Accessing
Phonebook
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the Menu
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Search
MMI Structure
Using the
Menu
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[Names 1]
Search E-Mail [Names 2]
Add Entry [Names 3]
Add E-Mail [Names 4]
Groups [Names 5]
Speed Dials [Names 6]
Delete all [Names 7]
Memory [Names 8]
Copy [Names 9]
Service Dial Number [Names 10] (SIM dependent)
Own Number [Names 11]
Menu
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Shortcuts into Menus
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Navigation by scrolling
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Messages [Menu 1]
Write Message [Menu 1-1]
Outbox [Menu 1-2]
Inbox [Menu 1-3]
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Status
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Call Voicemail
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Report [Menu 1-4]
[Menu 1-5]
Cell Broadcast [Menu 1-6]
Memory Status [Menu 1-7]
Setting [Menu 1-8]
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Call
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Option [Menu 2]
[Menu 2-1]
Call Barring [Menu 2-2]
Call Waiting [Menu 2-3]
Sending Number [Menu 2-4]
Closed User Group [Menu 2-5]
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Charge [Menu 3] (SIM dependent)
Call Duration [Menu 3-1]
Call Costs [Menu 3-2]
Cost Settings [Menu 3-3]
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Security [Menu 4]
PIN Enable [Menu 4-1]
Change Codes [Menu 4-2]
Fixed Dial Number [Menu 4-3]
Setting [Menu 5]
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Network Selection
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[Menu 5-1]
Phone Setting [Menu 5-2]
Call Setting [Menu 5-3]
Time Setting [Menu 5-4]
Profiles [Menu 5-5]
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Accessories
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Call Divert
Call
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[Menu 6]
Scheduler [Menu 6-1]
World Time [Menu 6-2]
Calculator [Menu 6-3]
Unit Convert [Menu 6-4]
Game [Menu 6-5]
PC Sync
Voice Dial
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[Menu 7]
[Menu 8]
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Home
?
Bookmarks
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[Menu 8-1]
[Menu 8-2]
Profiles [Menu 8-3]
Empty Cache [Menu 8-4]
In Internet Menu
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Training [Menu 7-1]
Search [Menu 7-2]
Setting [Menu 7-3]
Delete all [Menu 7-4]
Internet
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Additional Functions
How to Send DTMF tones
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Wait Characters
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Interrogating your Answering Machine(example)
During a Call
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In-Call
Options
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How to Use Data and Fax Call
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Making
Making
Data
a
Voice & Fax call
Voice Memo
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Fax call ..................................................76
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or
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Voice Memo
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Voice Memo Menu
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Care and Maintenance
Technical Data
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General
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Dimensions
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Ambient
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Temperatures
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Accessories
Check to make
sure
Overview
that you have all the
Travel
parts shown below.
Adapter
User's Guide
Warranty
Card
Handset
Portable Handsfree
Standard
(PHF-10G)
<Optional
Data
Battery
Accessories>
Kit/CD(DK-10G)
Desktop Charger
(DC-10G)
Cigar Lighter Adapter
(CLA-10G)
Extended
Battery
(BEL-10G)
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Handsfree Kit
(IHF-10G)
Part of the Phone
Overview
Front of the Phone
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1
2
3
4
13
5
14
15
6
7
8
16
9
17
10
18
11
1
Call Indicator
2
Earpiece
11
3
Record
Key
12 Antenna
4
Display
Screen
5
Up/Down
6 Soft Left
7
Side
Key
Easy Key
8 Send
Key
9 Numeric
Light
Keys
Key
10 Star
Key
Active
Flip
13 Handsfree Connector
14 Soft
15
Right Key
Navigation Keys
16 END/PWR
17 Hash
18
Key
Key
Microphone
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Part of the Phone
Overview
Rear of the Phone
1
6
5
4
2
3
1
Speaker
2
Battery
3 Cable
Cover
Connector/Battery Charging Connector/
Hands-Free Kit Connector
4 SIM Card Slot
12
Terminals
5
Battery
6
Handstrap
Hole
Key Description
The
following
shows
Overview
key components
of the
phone.
Keypad Description
Key
Description
Soft Left
Key / Soft Right Key
keys performs the function indicated by
on the display immediately above it.
Each of these
the text
WAP
You
Hotkey
directly
can
connect to WAP
by pressing
this
key.
Navigation Keys
You
Easy Key
keys to scroll through names, phone
setting options. In a standby mode,
up/down navigation keys, you can see the
can use
numbers,
these
menus or
if you press
"Dialed Number" "Received Number" and "Missed
Number".
Speaker phone Key
You
can use
the function of
opening flip by pressing
Send
You
speaker phone without
key during a call.
easy
Key
can
dial
a
phone
number and
answer a
call.
If you press this key without entering a number, your
phone shows the most recently dialled number.
Numeric
These
Keys
keys are
used
standby mode
editing mode.
When you press these keys for a long time.
Used to call your voice mail box by
Used to call for international call by
Used to call speed dials by
and enter numbers
~
or
mainly
to dial in
characters in
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.
?
?
.
~
.
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Key Description
Key
Overview
Description
Star
Key
Used to enter to vibration mode
for
long
a
Hash
by pressing
this
key
time.
Key
Used to lock
this
key
for
Used to end
This
key
is also used
Power
on
END/PWR
key by pressing
a
long
time.
Key
or reject a call.
Key. You can power
key for a long time.
and off
as
by pressing
this
Side of the Phone
Keypad Description
Key
Description
Record
You
Key
can use
voice
memo
by pressing
this
key
for
a
long
time.
Up/Down
You
can
Side
Key
control the volume of
and also control the volume
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key tone in standby
during a call.
mode
Overview
Alphanumeric Keys
The
alphabet and
following table.
Key
numeric
keypad mapping
relation
are
listed
as
the
Description
´
.!'
,
[email protected]_
ABC2AAAAAAÆCabcaaaaaaæc
DEF3EEEEdefeeee
JKL5jkl
MNO6NOOOOOŒmnonoooooœ
TUV8UUUUtuvuuuu
WXYZ9wxyz
[Space Key]
0 Ø ø
Notice
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In case of symbol mode, after entering the character, the mode is
automatically converted to Capital letter mode. And if you want to
enter another symbol character, find it to use the navigation keys,
and
key, press
key or
key to save. Also you can
use the next symbol page with
,
.
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Display
The
may
screen
see on
Information
displays several
the phone.
Display Information
icons the
following
describe each of them you
On-Screen Icons
Voice
Message
Call Status
Alarm
Battery
Signal Strength
Roaming
Vibrator Mode
SMS
Icon/Indicator
Message
Description
Tells you the
You
are
in
of the network
strength
no
service
Shows that you
are
area.
using
You have received
a new
You have received
a
a
All audible
All tones
signals
are
roaming
turned off.
switched off.
The alarm has been set and is
Tells you the status of the
service.
text message.
voice message,
are
signal.
/ Call is connected.
subscription.
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Status
on.
battery.
depending
on
your
Display Information
Top
Menu Icons
Icon
Description
Messages
Call
Option
Call
Charge
Security
Setting
Accessories
Voice Dial
Internet
Result Icons
Icon
Description
Completed Message
Displayed when menu navigation
Information
Save
is
completed.
Message
Message
Warning Message
Displayed with error
or
warning
message.
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Installation
1
Getting Started
the SIM Card
Installing
The SIM card socket is located in the back of the
phone.
Follow the
steps
below to install the SIM card.
1.
Move the latch up to
the
2.
battery
Insert the SIM card into the SIM card slot.
Make
3.
top and then open
cover.
sure
the metal contact face down.
Push the SIM card
completely
into the slot
and slide the SIM card holder to the
right.
Notice
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Before
and
?
installing always
the battery.
make
sure
that the
phone
is switched off
remove
The metal contact of the SIM card
scratches.
can
be
easily damaged by
attention to the SIM card when you handle
and install. Follow the instructions supplied with the SIM card.
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Pay special
Getting Started
2
Installing
the
Battery
1.
Place the bottom end of the
phone. (See
illustration.)
2.
Push the
the
picture
battery
battery
on
the
left for purposes of
back until you hear
a
"CLICK" sound.
3. Close the
battery
cover.
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Installation
3
Charging
the
Getting Started
Battery
To connect the travel
adapter to
the
Insert
1.
you must install the
phone
one
end of the travel
the bottom of the
2. Connect the
Use
The usage times may be different
Battery Type
4
Charging
only
into
phone.
adapter to an AC wall outlet.
packing charger.
on
network service.
Usage
Times
Standby
Talk
Standard
2.5 hours
100~150hours
2 hours 30 min
Extended
3 hours
250 hours
4 hours
Disconnecting
the
Charger
Disconnect the travel
by pressing
20
adapter
.
the included
depending
Times
battery
adapter from
its side buttons.
the
phone
Getting Started
Notice
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Remember to
?
Do not
?
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charge
the
new
battery fully
after
changing
it.
battery or SIM card while charging.
"Battery Charging" is displayed on the screen after connecting the
travel adapter. Only if the battery is totally empty, Call Indicator
Light is on without displaying "Battery Charging".
The moving bars of battery icon will stop after charging completely.
remove
your
Note
?
In
charging the battery properly...
switching On/Off Power key, please try to recharge it.
In case the battery is attached, please detach it from the phone.
And then place it back, please try to recharge it.
case
of not
1. After
2.
Powering
On
Sequence
In order to
follow the
1.
get started with your phone,
steps.
Press and hold
tone from your
2.
button until you hear
to switch on.
a
phone
If PIN code request of your SIM card is
enabled, your phone asks you to enter PIN
code. Enter the PIN code, then your phone
connects to
network
a
name
GSM network and the
appears
on
the
display
shortly.
3. And then your phone goes to standby
mode. If the PIN code is disabled, your
phone
connects to the network without the
request of entering PIN code.
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Access Codes
You
can use
unauthorised
be
the
access
Getting Started
codes described in this section to avoid
phone. PIN1 / PIN2 codes and Security
changed by using [Menu 4-2]. See the following section.
use
of your
4-2
PIN1
Codes
Change
PIN2
Fixed Dial No.
PIN1 code
against
(4
to 8
(Personal
unauthorized
asked each time you
or
PIN2 code
The PIN2
try
Number)
request is
to
change
(4
to 8
protects your SIM card
usually supplied with the
enabled [Menu 4-1-1], the code
PIN code
or
as
only
PUK1 code
(4
SIM
is
enable/disable PIN code
the PIN
code, mark
a
digits)
code, supplied with
are
code
The PIN code is
use.
phone is switched on. If you change
keep separate from the phone.
functions such
functions
Back
OK
your
note of it but
Code
digits)
Identification
card. When the PIN code
request,
Security
Back
OK
The PIN
can
4-2-1
Enable
PIN
code
SIM cards, is required to access
charge, Fixed Dial number. These
supported by your SIM card.
some
some
Advice of call
available if
to 8
digits)
The
PUK(Personal Unblocking Key) code is required to change a blocked
PIN code. The PUK code may be supplied with the SIM card. If not, contact
your local service provider for the code. If you lose the code, also contact
your service provider.
PUK2 code
The PUK2
(4
to 8
digits)
code, supplied with
Security
The
code
(4
to 8
SIM cards, is required to change a
code, also contact your service provider.
some
blocked PIN2 code. If you lose the
digits)
security code protects the unauthorized use of your phone. It is usually
supplied with the phone. This code is required to delete all phonebook entries.
22
Write and Read
Write
Messages
Getting Started
Message
If you want to write the short message, you will follow the next
1.
Press
2.
Select
1-1
Write
Messages in
[OK]. And then
Inbox
Report
select Inbox in the
Read
menu
by pressing
select Outbox in the menu, then you can edit
the message by using eZi text editor or normal
editor. If you want to write a reply message,
Back
OK
main
If you want to write a new
message, select Write Message in the menu.
If you want to modify the previous message,
Message
Outbox
Status
procedure.
[Menu].
menu.
Message
If you want to read the previous stored short message received
will follow the next steps.
1.
Press
before, you
[Menu].
2. Then you
can see
the
top
menu.
And select
Messages by pressing
[OK].
3. When
Messages menu
[OK].
is
displayed,
scroll to Inbox
and
by using
and press
4. Once you enter this menu, you can see the last received messages.
Scroll to the desired message by using
And if you want to exit Inbox menu, press
[Back]. While reading
,
message, press
the explanation of
[Opt] to access the
Option in [Menu 1-3].
If you want to read the short message
.
available
just received,
options.
You
can see
you will follow the next
steps.
1. When received
2.
Press
a
[OK],
short message,
then you
can
will be
read the
just
displayed
on
the
screen.
received message.
23
Making
Calls
in
phone
1.
Key
a
number
the
on
number
the
the
including
display, press
left, and press
to
move cursor
to the
move cursor
2.
Press
to call the number.
3.
Press
to end the call
(or to
code. To edit
area
to
to
right.
cancel the call
attempt).
Voice Dial
1.
If you select Enable in
Setting [7-3],
2. When you open the flip, your phone
you will hear "Please say name".
3. Then you must speak
within 5 seconds.
4. Your
phone
a
you
can
display
programmed
name
call
by only
"Guide
voice.
and
Message"
which you want to call
will dial the number associated with that
programmed
name.
International Calls
1.
Press and hold the
2.
Enter the
country code,
3. To call the
Making
1.
In
a
a
key
the international
replaces
Call
using
is
in the first letter of the
Key
4.
Use
5.
Press
and
key,
to dial.
code and
number.
phone
.
select Names
phonebook menu
pressing
[OK].
3.
prefix. (+character
code.)
the Phonebook
2. When
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area
number, press
standby mode,
for the international
access
by pressing
displayed,
name
you
can
and press
reach the desired
[Names] key.
select Search
name.
[Search].
by
Making
and
Calls
Answering
Call Functions
Last Number Redial
1.
Press
and then you will
2. Then press
3.
see
the last dialed number.
if you want to dial to the number
one more
If you want to dial the latest number
hold
by
one
key stroke,
again.
press and
.
Calling
your Voicemail Service
1-5
1.
Inbox
Status
Cell Broadcast
use
menu,
see
[Menu 1-5].
must be set up with your
Back
OK
If the
phone asks for the voicemail number, key it in and press
[OK]. You can obtain this number from your service provider.
Also, you
Making
can
Call
edit this number later
by Speed
Answering
Speed
1. The way to
dependent
Answer
Auto Redial
2.
Call Mode
Auto
-
Dials.
Calls
5-3-1
Any Key
on.
Dials
See the Section Phonebook
OK
until your phone goes to calling
can call it by using [Menu 1-5].
(Voicemail Services
network operator.)
Report
Call Voicemail
2.
Press
mode. Or you
If you want to
Outbox
setting
If you select On in
1],
Answer
answer an
on
you
Any Key Answer [Menu 5-3incoming call by pressing
can answer an
any key except
do it by opening the
Back
you
3.
can
Press
incoming call is
[Menu 5-3-1].
of
also
.
answer
or
close
If you select Off, you can
If flip is already opened,
flip.
the call
flip
by pressing
.
to end the call.
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Recent Numbers
In
a
Call Functions
or
standby mode, when you press
displayed. Dialed Number, Received
will be
can
be saved in
a
these
menu
items below
,
Number and Missed Number
Phonebook.
Dialed No.
Received No.
Missed No.
Back
OK
Dialed Number
Shows
recently dialed phone numbers that were not answered. After
locating a phone number, you can make a call or erase the phone number.
Received Number
Shows
recently
received
number you can make
the phone number.
a
phone numbers up to 10. After locating
call(if the network provides the service)
a
phone
or erase
Missed Number
Shows
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recently
that
were
you
can
missed
called but
make
a
call
incoming phone
were
numbers up to 10. Those numbers
not answered. After
or erase
the
phone
locating
number.
a
phone number,
Phonebook
Accessing the
The
phonebook
has several
menus
from which
you can choose. Press
[Names] in a
mode and then scroll to the desired item.
Names
Menu
standby
Description
1
Search
Allows you to search for
2
Search E-Mail
Allows you to search for E-Mail address
3
Add
Allows you to add
new names
and numbers.
4
Add E-Mail
Allows you to add
new names
and E-mail address.
5
Allows you to show group list.
6
Groups
Speed Dials
Allows you to
allocations.
assign
7
Delete all
Allows you to
erase
Entry
phonebook
or
specific
a
up to
8(2-9)
name.
one-
by
name.
touch dial
all the data in either your
by selecting the memory.
the SIM card
8
Memory
Allows you to select the preferred memory
SIM card) or to view the memory status.
9
Copy
Allows you to copy entries from your Phone memory
to SIM card or from SIM card to Phone memory.
10
SDN
Allows you to show the Service Dial Number entries.
11
Own Number
Allows you to enter and show your
Search
or
numbers
[Names 1]
(Calling
1
Search E-mail
Add Entry
from
phonebook)
1.
Open the phonebook first by pressing
[Names] in a standby mode.
2.
Select Search
Search
by pressing
3. Write the first letter
Add E-mail
OK
own
(Phone
Back
name
will be
and press
displayed
or
[Search]
on
[OK] key.
all character of
the
required
name(s)
then the
screen.
27
Phonebook
4.
Scroll to
5.
Press
6.
If you want to
Accessing the
highlight required
to
[OK]
display
Menu
name.
the
call, press
and
name
phone
number.
.
Note
?
In this menu, you can edit or delete the number you selected. If you
do not enter the name and press
[Search], then all entries will be
displayed. If you want to find the name "David", you may enter "D"
by using the digit keys then you will see names starting with "D",
and you choose "David" by scrolling up/down to the required name
"David". On the window displayed name and phone number, you
can edit or delete them by pressing
[Opt].
Search E-Mail
the
1.
Open
2.
Scroll to
[Names 2]
phonebook
highlight
3. Write the first letter
then the
[Search],
4.
Scroll to
5.
Press
highlight
[OK]
first
Search
or
by pressing
in
[OK]
a
standby
mode.
to enter.
all character of
will be
name(s)
the desired
to
[Names]
E-Mail, and press
display
required name and press
displayed on the window.
name.
the E-mail address.
Note
?
On the window
or
Add
You
you
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delete the
displayed
name
name
and E-mail
and E-mail address
address, you
by pressing
can
edit
[Opt].
Entry [Names 3]
can
add
can save
name
and
phone
number
either to the SIM card
or
by using
this function. After
to the Phone memory.
editing,
Phone memory capacity is 500 entries of personal number, and SIM card
memory capacity of personal number depends on the service provider.
You can also save 20 characters of name in the Phone memory and the
SIM card memory each. The number of characters is
dependent
on
SIM
feature.
the
1.
Open
2.
Scroll to
3.
Input
4.
Press
5.
Edit
6.
phonebook first by pressing
highlight
a name
Press
Entry,
and press
[Names]
[OK]
in
a
standby
mode.
to enter.
to add.
[OK],
phone
Add
then the window for
inputting
mumber will be
displayed.
number.
[OK],
window, you
can
then memory selection window will be displayed. In this
phone number in, either the SIM card or the
store the
Phone.
7.
If the memory is available, you can add the entry. However, if the
memory is full, then error message will be displayed and the menu will
move to the previous step.
Add E-Mail
You
can
add
you
can save
[Names 4]
name
and E-Mail address
E-mail address
only
by using this function.
phone memory.
You
can save up to 30 characters of E-mail
E-mail address only in a Phone memory.
the
1.
Open
2.
Scroll to
3.
Input the
phonebook first by pressing
highlight
name
Add
using
E-Mail, and press
the
After
editing,
to the
name
and 50 characters of
[Names]
[OK]
in
a
standby
mode.
to enter.
keypad.
4.
Press
5.
If Phone memory is available, then the message for inputting E-mail
address will be displayed. However, if Phone memory is full, error
[OK].
message will be displayed. In order to add new entry, you need to
delete old E-mail list first in Search E-mail menu.
6.
Edit E-Mail Address.
7.
Press
[OK]
to
save.
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Phonebook
Accessing the
Menu
Groups [Names 5]
By choosing this function, you
Add, Delete, Rename.
If you
You
use
Add menu, you
1.
Open
2.
Scroll to
3.
Every Group
phone
book first
list will be
If you want to Add
Group,
5.
Select and
Group
6. After
pressing
displayed.
such
Member
as
list,
up to 20 members in each group.
only
by pressing
in
[Names]
[OK]
a
to enter this
standby
mode.
menu.
displayed.
4.
a
Group list,
in the Phone memory.
item then press
Groups
input
manage
can save
up to 10 groups
can save
the
can
[Opt]
select
name
for
a
and press
<Empty>
[Add].
that you want.
selected group, submenus below will be
Notice
?
Selecting this item does not mean that you can add
Groups. In order to add new entry in the Group,
the
new
entry in
you need to
choose Member list.
Member list:
This
item has three submenus: Add New
menu
and Delete
1.
Select Member
list, then press
2. Then Member list will be
3. Select
Entry,
Add
Being Entry
Entry.
displayed.
Member, and press
4. Then Add New
Entry,
to enter.
[OK]
Add
[Opt]
to enter.
and Delete
Being Entry
Entry
will show
up.
?
Add New
Entry
:
You
or
?
Add
Being Entry
:
can
You
?
Delete
Entry
:
You
add
book.
can
phone
30
add
a new
entry in the selected Group
phonebook.
can
an
delete
existing entry by searching
a
selected
entry in
a
Group.
from
Accessing the
Menu
Delete:
You
can
delete
1.
Scroll to
2.
Scroll to
in the
Group
Group
highlight Groups,
highlight
list.
then press
3. Then confirmation message will be
4.
Press
[OK]
to
[OK]
Delete item, then press
to enter.
[OK]
to enter.
displayed.
delete, and press
[Back]
to cancel.
Notice
?
Even though you delete
will remain in memory.
a
Group
in the
Group list,
the entries
Rename:
You
can
change
group
name.
1.
Scroll to
highlight Groups,
2.
Scroll to
highlight
3. Then
4.
Press
Group
Rename
Name
[OK]
editing
then press
[OK]
item, then press
window will be
to rename, and press
to enter.
[OK]
to enter.
displayed.
[Back]
to cancel.
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Dials
Speed
You
give
[Names 6]
associate any of the keys
you direct access, with a single
to
with
long key
press in
can
the
1.
Open
2.
Scroll to
3. Then
phonebook
by pressing
then press
Dials list will be
Speed
4. There
first
Speed Dials,
a
Name list
standby
a
in
[Names]
a
to enter this
[OK]
entry
to
mode.
standby
mode.
menu.
displayed.
Add, Change and Delete. If you want to
add Speed Dials number, select <Empty> and press
[Add]. You
can change the Speed Dials number allocation by entering Change and
delete the allocated speed dials number by entering Delete.
are
Delete all
You
can
Security
three submenus:
[Names 7]
delete all stored numbers and
This function may
names.
require
code.
the
1.
Open
2.
Scroll to Delete
phonebook
all,
first
by pressing
then press
3. Then select the memory to
message will be
4.
Warning
5.
If you press
Code.
[OK]
6.
Press
to erase, press
[OK]
[OK]
erase:
SIM card
displayed
or
to make
then you may be
in
[Names]
to enter this
standby
mode.
Phone.
sure
requested
[Back]
a
menu.
your decision.
to enter
Security
to cancel.
Memory [Names 8]
the
1.
Open
2.
Scroll to
3. Then
phonebook
Memory,
menu
first
by pressing
then press
items below will be
in
a
standby
mode.
menu.
displayed.
?
Select
:
This feature allows you to select the memory: SIM
card or Phone.
?
Show Status
:
This feature allows you to check the total memories
and how many memories are used in your
phonebook.
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[OK]
[Names]
to enter this
Menu
Accessing the
Copy [Names 9]
You
can copy entries from one memory to another. You can copy/move
entries from SIM card memory to Phone memory once at a time or all at
And you
once.
memory
the
1.
Open
2.
Scroll to
a
entries from Phone memory to SIM card
copy/move
can
at
once
time
or
all at
once.
phonebook first by pressing
Copy,
then press
[OK]
3. Then submenus below will be
SIM
9-1
SIM
Phone
:
a
standby
mode.
You
can
copy/move
the
entry
from SIM Card to Phone
SIM
memory.
Phone
SIM
:
9-1-1
You
can
copy/move
the
entry
from Phone memory to SIM
Card.
Back
OK
by
in
menu.
displayed.
Phone
Phone
One
[Names]
to enter this
One
by
One
:
You
from
one
Copy All
can
copy/move
source
an
entry
memory to
destination memory.
Copy
All
:
You
from
can
copy/move
source
Back
OK
all entries
memory to selected
memory.
9-1-1-1
Keep Original
:
Both entries of source memory
and destination memory are left.
Erase
:
The
Keep Original
Erase
Original
OK
4. Select the
5.
Press
Original
entry of source memory is
erased, but the entry of
destination memory is left.
Back
entry
to
copy/move
[OK]
to
copy/move,
in the
phonebook.
and press
[Back]
to cancel.
33
Service Dial Number
Use this function to
network
the
1.
Open
Scroll to
phonebook
Use
5.
Press
provided by
your
by pressing
[OK]
[Names]
in
a
standby
mode.
to enter.
to select
a
service.
to call the service.
input
your
the
1.
Open
2.
Scroll to Own
[Names 11]
phone number,
phonebook
names
name
34
list of services
of the available services will be shown.
and
Own Number
3. The
first
SDN, then press
names
4.
If you
particular
operator (if supported by the SIM card).
2.
3. The
[Names 10] (SIM dependent)
access a
first
Own Number will show up.
by pressing
Number, then press
of the available
and number.
own
[Names]
[OK]
in
a
standby
to enter this
number will be
mode.
menu.
shown, if you input your
1
2 Call
Messages
Option
1-1
Write
1-2
Outbox
2-1-1
1-3
Inbox
2-1-1-1
Divert All Voice Calls
1-4
Status
Report
2-1-1-2
Divert if not Reachable
1-5
Call Voicemail
2-1-1-3
Divert if
1-6
Cell Broadcast
2-1-1-4
Divert if No
1-6-1
1-6-1-1
1-6-1-2
CB
Message
Option
On
Off
1-6-2
Read
1-6-3
Topics
1-6-3-1
SIM
1-6-3-1-1
Add
1-6-3-1-2
Delete
1-6-3-2
Phone
1-6-3-2-1
Add
1-6-3-2-2
Select
1-6-3-2-3
Delete
1-6-4
1-7
1-8
1-8-1
1-8-2
1-8-3
Languages
Memory Status
Setting
Status Report
Message Type
Expiry Period
1-8-4
SMS Centre
1-8-5
Voice Centre
1-8-6
Alert
2-1
2-1-1-5
Call Divert
Voice Calls
Busy
Reply
Cancel All
2-1-2
All Data Call
2-1-3
All Fax Call
2-1-4
2-2
Cancel All
Call
2-2-5
Barring
Outgoing Calls
Outgoing International calls
Outgoing International except Home
AII Incoming Calls
Incoming Calls When Roaming
2-2-6
Cancel All
2-2-1
2-2-2
2-2-3
2-2-4
2-2-7
All
Password
2-4
Change
Waiting
Sending Number
2-5
CUG
2-3
Call
35
3
Call
3-1
5
Charge
Call Duration
Setting
5-1
3-1-1
Last Call
5-1-1
3-1-2
All Calls
5-1-2
3-1-3
Incoming
Outgoing
3-1-4
Call
5-2
Call
5-2-1
Reset
3-1-5
5-2-2
Call Costs
5-2-3
3-2-1
Last Call
5-2-4
3-2-2
All Calls
5-2-5
3-2-3
Reset
5-2-6
3-2
3-3
Cost
Settings
5-2-7
3-3-1
Call Cost Limit
5-2-8
3-3-2
Set Tariff
5-3
3-3-3
Sum. After Call
5-3-1
5-3-2
4-1
4-2
4-2-1
36
PIN Enable
Change
Codes
PIN1
4-2-2
PIN2
4-2-3
Security
4-3
Fixed Dial No.
Code
Manual
Phone
Setting
Alert
Backlight
Key Tone Volume
Ring Volume
Ring Pattern
Language
Welcome Display
Standby Display
Call Setting
Any Key Answer
Auto Redial
Call Mode
5-3-4
Auto Answer
5-4-1
Security
Automatic
5-3-3
5-4
4
Network Selection
5-4-1-1
Time
Setting
Clock
Set Time
6 Accessories
5-4-1-2
5-4-2
5-4-2-1
5-4-2-2
5-4-3
Set Time Format
Date
6-1
6-1-1
Scheduler
View
day
Delete
Set Date
6-1-1-1
Set Date Format
6-1-1-2
Edit
6-1-1-3
Send Note
Alarm
Make
5-4-3-1
Set Alarm
6-1-2
5-4-3-2
Cancel Alarm
6-1-2-1
Schedule
5-4-3-3
Power Off Alarm
6-1-2-2
Call
5-5
Profiles
6-1-2-3
Memo
6-1-2-4
Anniversary
6-1-3
Delete
6-1-3-1
Of Chosen
6-1-3-2
One
6-1-3-3
6-1-4
by
All At Once
View All
6-2
World Time
6-3
Calculator
6-4
Unit Convert
6-4-1
6-4-2
Length
Weight
6-4-3
Volumes
6-4-4
6-5
Day
One
Surface
Game
6-5-1
Corsair
6-5-2
Crazy
6-5-3
Diamond
6-5-4
Stone Axe
6-5-5
Black Jack
Race
King
37
7 Voice Dial
8 Internet
7-1
Training
8-1
Home
7-2
Search
8-2
Bookmarks
Voice Search
8-2-1
Go to
7-2-1-1
Edit Voice
8-2-2
Edit
7-2-1-2
Edit Number
8-2-3
Erase
7-2-1-3
Delete
8-2-4
Add Bookmark
7-2-1
7-2-2
Edit Voice
7-2-2-2
Edit Number
7-2-2-3
7-3
Delete
Setting
7-3-1
Enable
7-3-2
Disable
7-4
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Number Search
7-2-2-1
Delete all
8-3
Profiles
8-4
Empty
cache
Your
phone
offers the functions which allow you to tailor the phone to your
are arranged in menus and submenus. The menus
needs. These functions
and submenus
appropriate
The Main
1.
menu
Press
be accessed
gives
[Menu]
[Back]
to
and
by scrolling
get
you
access
to all the other
to reach the desired main
or
press
2.
can
or
by using
shortcut.
menu
to enter the main menu;
out of the
menus.
on
(e.g. Security).
the
menus.
If you want to enter the submenu, find the one you want
or
And press
[OK] to enter the submenu, press
exit the submenu.
.
by pressing
[Back] to
When you know the menu numbers, you can use them to get into
quickly. In this book, the menu numbers are shown like this.
1.
Press
2.
Key
Then
contrary, press
a menu
[Menu].
in
quickly the
index number of the
menu
function you want to
access.
For
example,
to set
:
for
Entering
:
for
Setting.
:
for Call
:
for
on
the
the
anykey
function
:
menu.
Setting.
Any Key
Answer.
39
Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the
Menu
This
menu in your phone includes functions related to text message, voice
message, cell broadcast message, as well as setting for message.
1
Messages
Back
OK
Write
Message [Menu 1-1]
With the Write
Message menu, you can write and edit text message up to
160 characters. When you have finished writing your message, press
[Opt]. Then following menu will be displayed.
Send
:
Sends the edited message.
1. Once you enter this menu, your
that you want to send it to.
2. After
sending it,
your
phone
phone
asks you to enter the number
asks whether you will store the edited
message.
3.
Press
[OK] if you want to store it in Outbox and press
if you don't want to.
Store
:
1. Your
2.
Stores the message in Outbox.
phone asks whether you will store the edited message
[OK] if you want to store it in Outbox and press
Press
if you don't want to.
40
[Back]
or
not.
[Back]
Menu
Accessing the
How to
use
in numeric mode
You
this mode to
1.
input number, change
by
key.
Change the input mode to Numeric.
2.
Press the
can use
another mode
123
key
you want to enter.
Back
Opt
How to
use
in Letter mode
abc
ABC
*
+-#!
@£$¥!"#
Opt
Back
Opt
Capital
There
mode,
are
Mode
Symbol
%&
'
()
Back
OK
Small Mode
three sub modes in Letter mode:
and
Key
Back
Symbol
Capital mode,
Mode
Small
mode.
Description
changes
another mode.
changes Capital
Capital mode.
enters
Symbol
moves
next
mode to Small mode
mode
Symbol
by pressing
page in
this
Symbol
or
Small mode to
key
for
a
long
time.
mode.
41
Messages [Menu 1]
Accessing the
Menu
Notice
?
In case of Symbol mode, after entering the character,
automatically converted to CAP letter mode.
Outbox
mode is
[Menu 1-2]
When you enter this menu, you
desired message by using
the stored messages. Scroll to the
and you can see upper or lower page
And if you want to exit Outbox menu, press
[Back].
can see
,
using
,
.
If you want to edit the message, press
[Edit] and you can edit the
message selected. When you have finished editing the message and press
the
[Opt],
you
can
show the next
menu:
Send, Save, Delete, Delete
all.
Send:
You
can
Send
send the selected message. The sequence is identical with
in Write message.
option
Save:
You
the selected message. The sequence is identical with
in Write message.
can save
Save
option
Delete:
The message is deleted.
Delete all:
All messages in Outbox will be deleted. In this menu, your phone will
ask you if you really want to delete all messages for safety. Then press
[OK] to remove all messages, and press
[Back] if you don't
want to.
42
Inbox
[Menu 1-3]
When
text message is
and stores it in
received, your phone shows
message list. It shows the symbol until you read the message.
Once you enter this menu, you can see the last received message. Scroll
to the desired message by using
and see upper or lower page by
If you want to exit Inbox menu, press
using
[Back]. While
the
a
incoming
,
.
,
reading
[Opt]
message, press
to
access
the available
options.
Delete:
The message is deleted.
Reply:
You
can reply to the sender by message. Once you enter in this menu,
you can edit the message you want to send and press
[OK] to send
it or press
[Back] to cancel it.
Forward:
You
can
forward the selected message to another phone number. In
phone asks you to enter the number and then sends it.
this menu, your
Return Call:
You
can
call back to the sender who sent the message. If you select this
item, your phone will dial automatically.
Extract Number:
If the selected message has a phone number within
only extract it but also store it in a phone book.
"
", you
can
not
Delete all:
All messages in Inbox will be deleted. Your phone asks you if you really
want to delete all messages for safety. Then press
[OK] to remove
them, and press
[Back]
if you don't want to.
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Status
Report [Menu 1-4]
You
receive
can
you receive
a
status
a
report for sending message by setting it. When
report, your phone stores it in the
text message of status
report message lists.
status
If the memory for status report is full, the phone will delete the oldest status
report automatically and store the latest status report.
Once you enter this menu, you can see the previous stored status report.
Scroll to the desired message by using
and see upper or lower
And if you want to exit Status Report menu, press
page by using
,
.
,
[Back]. While reading
options.
message, press
[Opt]
to
access
the
available
Delete
The selected status
report message is deleted.
Delete All
All messages in Status Report will be deleted. Your phone asks you if
really want to delete all messages for safety. Then press
[OK]
you
to
remove
all messages, and press
Call Voicemail
[Back]
if you don't want to.
[Menu 1-5]
In this menu, you can listen to your voice messages. If your phone stores
voice message centre address, it will call automatically, otherwise, it will
ask to enter address.
Cell Broadcast
[Menu 1-6]
Cell broadcast messages are text messages broadcasted by the network to
groups of GSM phone users. They provide general information such as
weather
reports, traffic
information has
an
news, and stock market
associated information
broadcast message, you
read it
can
prices. Each type of
type number. When you receive
following
sequence
:
1. When you receive broadcast message, it is automatically displayed on
the window. If the message is so long that cannot be displayed all in a
window, you
can
2. After
reading
3. Your
phone
4.
read it
will store it until
If you want to read it
CB
and
by scrolling
the message, press
again,
[OK]
a new
the
see
.
to return to the Idle mode.
message of the channel is reached.
[Menu 1-6-2](Read).
Option [Menu 1-6-1]
?
On
[1-6-1-1]
:
If you select this menu, your
Broadcast messages.
?
Off
[1-6-1-2]
:
If you select this menu, your phone will not receive
the Cell Broadcast messages anymore.
Read
You
(Dependent
on
network and
phone
will receive Cell
subscription) [Menu 1-6-2]
read the stored broadcast messages in this menu. In
your phone stores only the last message of each channel.
1.
can
If you select this menu, your
2. You
can
scroll
3. After
[Exit]
read it. If it is
by pressing
reading,
so
and
press
to exit this
phone
long
will
display
that cannot be
addition,
the message.
displayed
in
a
screen,
.
key
to read next message, and press
menu.
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Topics (Dependent
to network and
subscription) [Menu 1-6-3]
SIM
If you select this menu, you can add or delete the CB message category
in SIM memory. If you select the Add menu, you can enter the only
category numbers which consists in a pair of number.
If you select Delete menu, you can
and delete it by using
[Delete].
see
the list of CB message
category
Phone
If you select this menu, you will add, select and delete the CB message
category in Phone memory. If you select the Add menu, you will add the
CB message category numbers with its nickname. If you select Select
menu, you can see the list of CB message category numbers with its
nickname and select them
by using
[OK]
to activate
or
deactivate
them. If you select the Delete menu, you can see the list of CB
message category numbers with its nickname and an delete them
using
by
[Delete].
Languages [Menu 1-6-4]
You can select languages in this menu. Then your phone will receive
the cell broadcast messages written in the selected language.
1.
In this menu, you
can see
several
languages. (e.g.- English,
French, ...)
2. Scroll to
highlight the language
3. You
select
Memory
If the
can
Status
more
than
one
you want, select on/off.
item
through
the
procedure
of 1~2.
[Menu 1-7]
selects this menu, the phone shows an used memory and total
amount of memory. The total memory is sum of SIM and Phone memory.
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user
Setting [Menu 1-8]
Status
Report [Menu 1-8-1]
In this menu, you can set the message service to receive messages
which will be sent. This report is represented whether the message is
sent to destination successfully or not.
?
On
:
If you select this menu, you will receive the status
report of
message.
?
Off
:
If you select this menu, you will not receive the status
of message.
report
Message Type [Menu 1-8-2]
:Text, Voice, Fax, X.400, E-mail, ERMES
Usually, this menu choice should be set to "Text". Your message
service may, however, offer you the facility of converting your text
message into alternative formats which are suitable for the equipment
that will be received messages. Contact your service provider for the
availability of this function.
Expiry
Period
[Menu 1-8-3]
This network service allows you to set how long your text messages will
be stored at the message centre while attempts are made to deliver
them to you: 1
SMS Centre
hour,
6
hours,
12
hours,
1
day,
2
days,
1
Week,
Max.
[Menu 1-8-4]
In this menu, your phone asks for the address of your SMS centre. This
is needed for sending text messages.
Voice Centre
[Menu 1-8-5]
In this menu, your phone asks to enter the number for your voice
message. This is needed for listening to your voice messages.
Alert
[Menu 1-8-6]
The
user can
user
to
set how many times and how often the
incoming
phone
alerts the
messages.
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Call
Option [Menu 2]
Use the "Call
Option"
menu
to
Accessing the
access
supplementary
services
Menu
provided by
the GSM network.
2
Call
<Press
Option
Back
OK
once>
Note
?
The Call
an
Divert, Call Barring, and Call Waiting
option
for
displaying
function makes
call to the network. This call may be
a
you. Check with your service
Call Divert
(network
and
each contains
menus
the current status of the service. This
charged
to
provider.
[Menu 2-1]
subscription dependent)
The Call Divert service diverts
incoming
voice
calls, fax calls, and/or data
calls to another number.
1.
Press
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3.
Select Call Divert
4.
Select Voice Calls.
Voice Calls
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in
a
standby
mode.
and
access or use
menu
and press
to enter Call
[OK]
Option.
to enter.
[Menu 2-1-1]
?
Divert All Voice Calls
:
Divert calls
?
Divert if not Reachable
:
Divert calls when the network cannot reach you.
?
Divert if
:
Divert calls when the
?
Divert if No
:
Divert calls which you do not
?
Cancel All
:
Only
Busy
Reply
unconditionally.
phone
cancel voice call divert.
is
busy.
answer.
All Data Call
[Menu 2-1-2]
1.
Press
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3.
Select Call Divert
4.
Select All Data Call.
All Fax Call
in
in
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3.
Select Call Divert
4.
Select All Fax Call.
in
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3.
Select Call Divert
4.
Select Cancel All.
and
and press
:
[OK]
Divert all fax calls
standby
a
:
to enter Call
Option.
to enter.
unconditionally.
mode.
and
and press
Cancel all
standby
[OK]
to enter Call
Option.
to enter.
voice, data
and fax call divert.
mode.
access or use
menu
unconditionally.
mode.
access or use
[Menu 2-1-4]
Press
Call
a
menu
1.
Divert all data calls
standby
[Menu 2-1-3]
Press
:
access or use
menu
1.
Cancel All
a
and press
and
[OK]
to enter Call
Option.
to enter.
Barring [Menu 2-2]
(network
and
subscription dependent)
The Call
barring service prevents your phone from making and/or receiving
certain categories of calls. This function requires the call barring password
obtained from your service provider.
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1.
Press
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3. Scroll to
highlight
in
Call
Barring
?
All
Calls
?
Outgoing International
Outgoing
and
menu
to enter Call
and press
[OK]
:
The
barring
service of all
:
The
barring
service of
Calls
?
mode.
standby
a
access or use
Option.
to enter.
outgoing
calls.
outgoing
international calls
:
The
Calls
:
The
Calls When
:
The
Outgoing International
except Home
barring service of all international
outgoing calls,except to your home
network.
?
?
?
AII
Incoming
Incoming
Roaming
barring
service of all
incoming
calls.
service of all
incoming
calls
barring
roaming.
when
Cancel All
:
Only
cancels the
barring
service of
voice call.
Password
?
Call
Activate
the
50
:
Changes
Call
Barring password.
Waiting [Menu 2-3]
and
(network
the
Change
subscription dependent)
Waiting service. If this service is activated,
accept a waiting(incoming) call. If this service is deactivated,
cannot accept a waiting(incoming) call and cannot recognize it.
or
deactivate the Call
user can
user
1.
Press
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3.
Scroll to
highlight
in
a
standby
mode.
access or use
Call
Waiting
menu
and
to enter Call
and press
[OK]
Option.
to enter.
Sending
(network
This
Number
and
menu
[Menu 2-4]
subscription dependent)
is valid
only
when the
user
subscribes
temporary mode.
If you Select
party. Also,
On, you allow your phone number to be displayed to the other
you can change this mode On/Off you want.
1.
Press
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
in
3.
Scroll to
a
standby
highlight Sending
Closed User
mode.
access or use
and
to enter Call
Number and press
[OK]
Option.
to enter.
Group [Menu 2-5]
(network dependent)
Use this function to restrict usage of the phone to calls with numbers that
to certain user groups. When this function is used, every outgoing
belong
call is associated with
a group index. If a group index is specified, it is used
outgoing calls. If no group index is specified, the network will use the
preferential index (a specific index that is stored in the network).
for all
1.
Press
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3.
Scroll to
highlight
in
a
standby
mode.
access or use
CUG and press
and
[OK]
to enter Call
Option.
to enter.
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Call
Charge [Menu 3]
-
(SIM dependent) Accessing
the Menu
3
Call
Call Duration
Charge
Back
OK
<Press twice>
[Menu 3-1]
This function allows you to view the duration of your Last Call, All Calls,
Incoming Call and Outgoing Call in hours, minutes and seconds. You can
also clear the call timers.
1.
Press
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3.
Select Call Duration and press
4. This
menu
in
a
standby
mode.
and
access or use
[OK]
has 5 submenus. You
to enter Call
Charge.
to enter.
choose the item that you want to
can
see.
Call Costs
[Menu 3-2]
This network service allows you to check the costs of your last call or all
calls and clear the counters. To clear the counters you need the PIN2 code.
The Costs
set within
are
shown for each SIM card
independently
in terms of the unit
[Menu 3-3-2].
Note
?
The actual cost invoiced for calls
depending
1.
Press
2.
Press
3.
Scroll to
4. This
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upon network
[Menu]
in
for direct
highlight
menu
a
by
your service
provider
may vary
features, rounding-off for billing, taxes,
standby
mode.
access or use
and
Call Costs and press
to enter Call
[OK]
Charge.
to enter.
has 3 Submenus. Select the item that you want to.
etc.
Cost
Settings [Menu 3-3]
(SIM dependent)
Call Cost Limit
[Menu 3-3-1]
This network service allows you to limit the costs of your calls to a
selected number of charging units. If you have selected On, you can set
cost limit in terms of unit and use your phone to a selected number of
units. If you have selected Off, you can
without cost limitation. When all units have been
charging
use
your
used,
no
phone
calls
can
be
made
except emergency calls.
To set a call cost limit, you need the PIN2 code.
1.
Press
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3.
Scroll to
4.
Select Call Cost Limit to enter.
Set Tariff
You
in
a
standby
mode.
and
access or use
highlight Cost Settings
to enter Call
and press
[OK]
Charge.
to enter.
[Menu 3-3-2]
set currency name and unit price. Contact your service
to set the chargeable unit prices. To select the currency
can
provider
or
unit
in this menu, you will need the PIN2 code.
1.
Press
[Menu]
in
for direct
a
standby
2.
Press
3.
Scroll to
4.
Select Set Tariff to enter.
can
ending
a
and
access or use
highlight Cost Settings
Sum. After Call
You
mode.
to enter Call
and press
[OK]
Charge.
to enter.
[Menu 3-3-3]
check the duration and the cost of call
during
a
call
or
after
call if you set On.
1.
Press
[Menu]
2.
Press
for direct
3.
Scroll to
4.
Select Sum After Call.
highlight
in
a
standby
mode.
access or use
Cost
Settings
to enter Call
Charge.
and press OK to enter.
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Security [Menu 4]
Accessing the
Menu
4
Security
<Press three times>
PIN Enable
Back
OK
[Menu 4-1]
Within this menu, you can set the phone to ask for the PIN code of your
SIM card when the phone is switched on. To use this function, you will be
requested
1.
to enter the PIN code.
Enter this
menu
Key
3.
Press
[OK]
4. Then
verify
entered PIN
code, and press
following
menu
will be
Enable
:
Enable PIN code
request.
?
Disable
:
Disable PIN code
request.
PIN2
Codes
Enter this
menu
2. And select
function of
by selecting Change
PIN1, PIN2,
or
Security
changing
the
PIN codes
key
in correct
or
Security
original
correct confirmation for
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new
PIN1,
[OK].
Code
Security Code
phone requests
again.
PIN1/PIN2 code
ones,
:
Codes.
phone
new
If you
codes
Code.
PIN codes and press
Input your original
access
asks you to enter the PIN1/PIN2 code or
which would replace ones and press
[OK]. Then
5.
to
[Menu 4-2]
provides you with the
code, and Security code.
menu
4. Your
[Back]
displayed.
?
Change
3.
to
character you entered.
erase a
This
to
phone requests
request is enabled.
in your PIN code.
2.
1.
PIN Enable. Then your
by selecting
enter PIN code if PIN
they
Security
changed.
or
will be
Code and make
Fixed Dial Number
You
restrict your
function is supported
can
[Menu 4-3]
outgoing calls to selected phone numbers, if this
by your SIM card. These numbers are protected by
your PIN2.
1.
Enter this
menu
by selecting
Fixed Dial No. Your
phone
will
request the
PIN2 code.
2.
Key in your original PIN2 code and press
[OK]. If you
code is correct, following menu will be displayed.
Enable
:
?
Disable
:
No restriction
?
Number
:
Allows to
?
Providing the function for you of restricting
outgoing calls to selected phone numbers,
supported by your SIM card.
add,
on
outgoing
key
in PIN2
your
if it is
calls.
to edit and to delete the Fixed Dial
Number.
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Setting [Menu 5]
Accessing the
Menu
5
Setting
<Press four times>
Network Selection
You
or
can
Back
OK
[Menu 5-1]
select the network which you will be
registered
either
automatically
manually.
Automatic
The
Manual
The
[Menu 5-1-1]
phone automatically
selects network which is available in the
area.
[Menu 5-1-2]
will find the list of available networks and show it to you.
Then you can select the network which you want to use if this network
has a roaming agreement with your home network operator.
phone
Phone
Alert
Setting [Menu 5-2]
[Menu 5-2-1]
This
setting defines how the phone will notify you about an incoming
voice call: Ring, Vibrate, Vibrate & Ring, and Silent. Once you select
this menu, the following is possible.
This
phone
pressing
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shows the
and
menu :
Ring, Vibrate,
and select
one.
Vibrate &
Ring,
Silent
by
Backlight [Menu 5-2-2]
You
can
set how
long
time you press a key :
seconds, 5 seconds.
Key Tone
You
can
Volume
you want the
keypad and display to light up
Off, Always Open Flip, 20 seconds, 10
each
[Menu 5-2-3]
set the volume level for the
pressed key
tone : Level
1~5,and
Off.
Ring
You
Volume
can
Ring
[Menu 5-2-4]
set the volume level for the
Pattern
ringing
tone : Level
1~5,and Off.
[Menu 5-2-5]
If you select this menu, you
select the various
can
ring pattern
and
ring
tone.
1.
Enter this
menu.
Your
phone
will ask to select the
ring
tone and the
ring pattern.
2. Your
phone
pressing
shows the list of
.
,
Also, you
ring pattern. Select one out of them by
change the ring tone by pressing
can
.
,
Language [Menu 5-2-6]
This
menu provides you with selection of the language in which the
display texts will be shown. If the setting Automatic is selected, the
language used is chosen based on the current SIM card. English will
used if the language on the SIM card is not found in the phone.
Welcome
Display [Menu 5-2-7]
This
allows you to set the text
is switched on.
menu
when the
1.
?
animation which is shown
highlight
following
Text
Welcome
menu
:
will be
Your
own
Display.
displayed.
text
can
be
displayed.
item, your phone asks you
?
briefly
phone
Scroll to
2. Then
or
be
Animation
:
Animation will be
If you select this
to edit the message.
displayed.
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Standby Display [Menu 5-2-8]
This
menu
select
one
allows you to select the
out of Zodiac
Clock, Normal,
Call
and Text. In text
Answer
?On
:
If you select
Off
:
Auto Redial
this, you
edit the text.
If you select
can answer an
incoming
call
by
can answer an
incoming
call
by
key.
any
opening flip
this, you
or
by pressing
.
[Menu 5-3-2]
?On
:
Off
:
When this function is set on, your phone will make up to
10 attempts to connect the call after an unsuccessful
call
attempt.
When this function is set on, your phone will not make
any attempts to connect the call after an unsuccessful
call
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can
[Menu 5-3-1]
pressing
?
mode, you
Setting [Menu 5-3]
Any Key
?
standby window display. You can
(User Own, Monthly), Digital Clock, Analog
attempt.
Accessing the
Call Mode
Menu
[Menu 5-3-3]
In this menu, you can use the phone and a connected PC to send and
receive faxes, data, and voice. Once you enter this menu, the following
options
are
To
displayed.
Mode
Single
?
use a
data
mode. In this
:
or a fax service, make sure that call mode is Single
mode, you can communicate voice, data or fax.
Voice and Fax
?
In this
:
mode, you
can
transmit voice and also fax.
?
(SINGLE NUMBER)
RX VOICE AND FAX
?
(SINGLE NUMBER)
RX FAX
?
(SINGLE NUMBER)
RX DATA
In
case
select
of
single numbering service,
mode, you
can
receive
you
data, fax
these modes. If you
fax with voice each mode.
can use
or
Notice
?
Single numbering
service
means
that the number of fax
service is identical with the number of voice service.
modes
depend
on
or
data
And, these
network feature.
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Auto Answer
[Menu 5-3-4]
This function will be activated
Handsfree kit
or
when your
only
is attached to the
phone
Portable Handsfree.
?
Off
:
When the
?
5 Seconds
:
After 5
phone rings,
you must
actively
seconds, your phone will
answer
it.
answer
automatically.
?
10 Seconds
After 10
:
seconds, your phone will
answer
automatically.
Time
Setting [Menu 5-4]
Clock
The
[Menu 5-4-1]
phone
has its
clock. In this
own
select between the 12-hour
?
Set Time
You
or
:
can
After
?
Set Time Format
You
:
menu you can set the time and
24-hour time formats.
set time of your
setting
can
the
phone
time, press
in this
[OK]
menu.
to store it.
select time format between 12-hours
or
24-hours.
Date
?
[Menu 5-4-2]
Set Date
:
You
can
set the date
month, day) The way
on
your
phone.(year,
to edit the date is identical
to "Clock"
?
Set Date Format
:
You
can
set the date format in this menu:
yyyy/mm/dd
60
or
dd/mm/yyyy
or
mm/dd/yyyy.
Alarm
Your
[Menu 5-4-3]
phone
method
?
as
can
be used
used in time
Set Alarm
:
as an
alarm. The
setting
is made
by the
same
setting.
You
can
set alarm which your phone will raise
to Hour and Minute.
according
1. Select Alarm.
2. Set the time your phone will raise the alarm. The way to edit time
is identical to "Clock".
3. Then your phone raises alarm every
following "Cancel Alarm".
?
Cancel Alarm
:
You
can
day
until you will cancel in
cancel the alarm which
was
set.
1. In this menu, you may select the alarm which you will cancel.
2. Then your
?
Power Off Alarm
Profiles
In this
phone
The alarm
signal
the
is turned off.
phone
sounds at the time set,
even
if
[Menu 5-5]
Menu, You
environments.
profile, Etc)
A group of
:
cancels alarm.
can
select
a
When you
Environments are
(e.g.
settings
are
group of settings to adjust a variety of
in outdoor, you can choose the outdoor
are
Normal, Silent, Outdoors, and User Own.
Alert, Key Tone Volume, Ring Volume.
Normal/Silent/Outdoors
?
Activate
You
can
adjust the profile
as
environments.
Alert, Key Tone Volume, and Ring Volume
are
set
simultaneously.
?
Change
You
;
can
change
the value of
settings.
Alert, Key Tone Volume, Ring Volume.
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User Own
?
Edit Name
You
can
edit Profile Name.
?
Activate
You
can
adjust
Change
You
can
?
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the
change
profile
as
the value of
your
own
settings.
environment.
Accessories
[Menu 6]
Accessing the
Menu
6
Accessories
Scheduler
Back
OK
<Press five times>
[Menu 6-1]
When you enter this menu, a Calendar will be displayed. On top of the
screen there are sections for date and icons. You can change the day,
month and year by using navigation keys and numeric keys. A square
will highlight the selected day. An underscore on a particular date
cursor
means
there is
an
entry for that day. An alarm
can
be set to remind you of
scheduled events.
Note
?
Your
View
phone
should be switched
to
use
this function.
day
Shows notes set for the chosen
the
on
note(s).
Press
day.
Use
,
to browse
If you set alarm for the note, alarm watch is
[Opt] to delete, edit, send note you select.
Delete
:
allows you to delete the note.
?
Edit
:
allows you to edit the note.
?
Send Note
:
allows you to send the note as Short
For details see Messages [Menu 1].
?
through
displayed.
Message (SMS).
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Accessories
[Menu 6]
Accessing the
Menu
Make
Allows you to write a note. You can choose the following types of note.
You can edit a maximum of 40 characters, and make a maximum of 50
schedules.
?
Schedule
:
Input
the subject time
[OK].
?
Call
:
Input the phone number(or recall it from the Phone
Book), the time and alarm time and then press
[OK].
?
Memo
:
Input
?
Anniversary
:
Input
the subject
[OK].
and alarm time and the press
and alarm time and then press
the subject time and alarm time and then press
[OK]. You can select a title from the submenu
Birthday, Wedding, Memorial, Etc.
Delete
Allows you to delete for the selected
?
Of Chosen
?
OnebyOne
?
All At Once
note(s).
Day
Note
?
On the selected
displayed.
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date, the alarm will sound and the
note will be
View All
Shows the notes that
through
the
menu as
in
are
set for all
days. Use
[opt] allows
note(s). Pressing
'View day'.
World Time
and
to
access
to browse
to the
same
[Menu 6-2]
This function shows the world map, cities and local time. The Current time
is displayed according to time format(12/24 Hours). Press
to change
,
the time
your
zone
phone
and
,
to browse
city
time to the local time of the selected
Calculator
This function
Press
names.
[Set]
to set
city.
[Menu 6-3]
supports basic mathematical calculations such
as
addition,
subtraction, multiplication and division.
1.
Input the
2.
In order to select the
be
numbers you want to calculate.
highlighted
function,
with square
and
use
cursor.
Press
.
The selected
[Easy Key]
operator will
to make
sure
your choice.
3. When you have finished the calculation, you
[Result] key to see the result.
Unit Convert
1. Select the
can
choose "="
operator
or
[Menu 6-4]
menu
items that you want to convert.
Surface.
Length, Weight, Volumes,
2.
Put the numbers to convert
by using
and
and numeric
keys.
3. And select the unit which is related to the current value.
4.
Finally
5. Then
select the unit which you want to convert current value to.
required
value and unit will be
displayed.
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Accessories
Game
The
[Menu 6]
Accessing the
Menu
[Menu 6-5]
following
?
Corsair
?
Crazy
games
are
programmed
in the
phone.
Race
?
Diamond
?
Stone Axe
?
Black Jack
King
Note
The Control
keys
are
But each game has
Other
common
different for each game.
screens
control
keys
to
explain
are
the main control
key.
below.
[Common Key Function]
?
[Soft
1
Key]
:
Pause Game
?
[Soft
2
Key]
:
Continue Game
?
[Send Key]
:
Start
?
[Power Key]
:
Exit Game
PC
PC
Game, Save Score
Sync
Sync
is
a
program for data exchange PC & Phone by data cable.
want to use this function, you have to purchase
Therefore, if you
accessory kit. About more detail for
file on the PC Sync CD.
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using guide
refers to PC
Sync help
Voice Dial
You
can
dial
a
[Menu 7]
number
Accessing the
by speaking
Menu
to your GSM Phone.
7
Voice Dial
Back
OK
<Press six times>
Training [Menu 7-1]
You
can programme your phone to associate a voice tag with the number
which will be entered. Once you select this menu, you should speak a word
within 2
seconds, and the phone asks you to speak it again to ensure the
accuracy of voice recognition. After voice recognition has finished, you can
enter the associated number.
Search
You
[Menu 7-2]
can use
this
menu
Voice Search
You
The
can
to
edit, delete, and
what voice exists.
[Menu 7-2-1]
find the number you want
procedure
ensure
is similar
?
Edit voice
:
You
?
Edit number
:
You
except
by
voice.
the result. The result is another
can change a voice tag. It is similar
except putting the number.
can
change
a
to
menu.
training
number. It will show the number
related with the voice
tag. After editing it, press
[OK].
?
Delete
:
You
can
delete the voice
tag and number.
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Number Search
You
find the
can
[Menu 7-2-2]
only
numbers recorded
number. You don't have to
by
type all numbers. It will show the numbers including part for
You
hear the voice and
can
hear the voice
phone.
positioned
The submenus
see
the number
the number
are same
using
by pressing
and
on
type in.
to
.
You
can
the side of the
to Voice Search submenu.
Setting [Menu 7-3]
?
Enable
:
You
?
Disable
:
You cannot call
Delete all
This
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menu
can
call
by
voice if you select this function.
by
voice.
you with the
ability
[Menu 7-4]
provides
of
deleting
all voice dial numbers.
Internet
You
[Menu 8]
surf the Internet and
can
made available in
available in the
Accessing the
Menu
get the latest information. This information is
special format (WAP) adapted to the display options
phone. Accessing the Internet may be required registration
a
with your Service Provider.
8
Internet
OK
<Press
Home
seven
Back
times>
[Menu 8-1]
Return to
activated
homepage. The homepage may
profile by your service provider.
Bookmarks
be the site which is defined in
[Menu 8-2]
When you enter this menu, your personal list of bookmarks will be
displayed. Also, you can save bookmarks up to 9. Then press
access available option, or press
[Back] to exit it.
:
Move to selected bookmarks.
?
Edit
:
Edit the address and title of selected
?
Erase
:
?Goto
[OK]
to
bookmark.
Erase selected bookmarks from the bookmark
list.
?
Add Bookmark
:
Edit the address and title of the site which you
want to add your favourite bookmark list.
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Profiles
[Menu 8-3]
enter your own profile settings for the internet connection. You
make up to 5 profiles and activate the required option. Scroll to desired
Display
can
profile
or
and press
[OK]
to
access
?
Activate
:
Activate the selected
?
Setting
:
Set the
-
-
-
-
profile
Profile Name
Dial-up
Call
Number
type
IP Address
:
available
options.
profile.
details.
Edit the Profile Name.
:
Edit the data call number.
:
Select the call
:
Edit the IP address of
type.
gateway which you
want to
connect to.
-
IP Port
:
Edit the IP
port number of gateway which you
want to connect to.
-
Log-in
name
:
Edit the
selected
-
Password
:
Edit the
login name of the homepage defined in
profile.
password of the homepage defined in this
profile.
-
Homepage
:
You
can
edit the address of site. This address will
be connected when you select the
Home or start Internet through
Empty
Your
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Cache
phone
will
[Menu 8-4]
remove
the contents of Cache memory.
menu
.
Internet
-
Home
Refers to
[Menu 8-1].
Bookmarks
Refers to
[Menu 8-2].
Save
Bookmark
You
this
as
can
add the site which your
phone
is
connecting
to bookmark list in
menu.
GotoURL
Moves to the site you
require.
In this menu, you
can
edit the site
address.
Show URL
In this menu, it will show you the URL of current connected page.
Reload
Reloads current connected page.
Empty
Cache
Refers to
[Menu 8-4].
Exit
Disconnects and exits WAP.
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Some
telephone services(such as telephone answering machine and
pager) require your telephone to transmit DTMF tones(Dual Tone MultiFrequency), also known as "touch tones". These are used to communicate
passwords, call back numbers, and so on.
Wait Characters
To obtain
wait character, press and hold
The display shows P for
phone always interprets the P as a wait character.
When you dial a number containing a wait character, your phone dials the
first part(the phone number) and then waits for the call to be connected
before sending the rest of the digits as DTMF tones.
a
a
.
wait. The
Interrogating
your
Answering Machine(example)
For
example: To hear all messages on your answering machine
(password 5452) at phone number 12345678, you can call:
12345678P5452.The
connect. When
During
a
phone
dials 12345678 and waits for the call to
connected, the phone transmits 5452(the password).
Call
When you need to send DTMF tone,
tone will be sent.
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just
press the
numbers, then DTMF
The
a
phone provides a number of control functions that you can use during
call. You cannot utilize all of these functions at all times. Most of the In-
Call options are network services. By pressing
following In-Call options may be available:
[Opt] during
a
call, the
Hold Call
(network dependent)
During
a
call, you
can
1.
During
2.
Select Hold Call to
a
put
active call
an
call, press
[OK]
put
an
on
hold.
to enter In-Call
active call
on
Option.
hold.
Retrieve Call
(network dependent)
If you have
a
call
already
on
hold, you
During
2.
Select Retrieve Call to retrieve
Swap
a
call, press
[OK]
can
retrieve that call.
to enter In-Call
1.
a
Option.
held call.
Call
(network dependent)
When there
active call
forth
are an
on
active call and
a
hold and the Held call
held
on
call, this
menu
places
the
active. You may swap back and
required.
1.
During
2.
Select
a
call, press
Swap
[OK]
Call to swap
an
to enter "In-Call
Option".
active call and
held call.
a
Conference Call
(network dependent)
This feature allows up to six persons to take
part in
conference call
a
(network dependent.).
1. While in
on
2. To
a
call, dial phone number and press
.
The first call is
put
hold.
join
the first conference
choose conference
participant in the call, press
call, select join and press
[OK].
[Opt],
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3. To add
4. To
a new
participant to
the
call, repeat steps
1 and 2.
single participant from the call, press
[Opt], choose
conference call, select private and press
[OK]. Select the
participant that you want to drop and press
drop
a
.
5. To end the conference
call, close the flip.
Disconnect
You
can
all calls
Hold
disconnect the call that is
call,
already
up and down the
and All calls.
by scrolling
?
Active call
?
Hold call
?
All calls
menu
on
hold, currently active and
as Active call,
items such
Mute On
If this function is
selected, the other party
cannot hear you but you
hear the other
will be
1.
party's voice. When the call is disconnected,
activated automatically. Default Setting is Mute Off.
During
a
call, press
[Opt]
2. Select Mute On to mute your
to enter In-Call
can
the Mute Off
Option.
phone.
Mute Off
If this function is
selected, the other party
can
hear you. Default
Setting
is Mute Off.
DTMF On
If this function is
DTMF ON. For
1.
During
a
selected, you can send DTMF tones. Default Setting is
details, see how to send DTMF.
call, press
[Opt]
to enter In-Call
2. Select DTMF On to send DTMF tones.
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Option.
DTMF Off
If this function is
cannot send DTMF tones. Default
selected, you
Setting
is DTMF ON.
1.
During
2.
Select DTMF Off to
a
call, press
[Opt]
to enter In-Call
from
prohibit
sending
Option.
DTMF tones.
Scratch PAD
You
can take a note(phone number) while a call is in a progress by
using this function. After disconnecting the call, the phone number will
be displayed on the screen and you can save it a phonebook and
connect a call by pressing
.
1.
During
2.
Select Scratch PAD to take
a
call, press
[Opt]
a
to enter In-Call
Option.
note(phone number).
Recording
When you need to record your call, press and hold
then your call will
be recorded. To stop the recording, press
or just close the flip.
To play back your recordings, see the <Voice Memo> section. For
,
details,
see
side of the
<Voice Memo>.
During
a
call, press and hold
on
the
right
phone.
Message
If you select this
For details
see
function, you
can
go to the message
menu
[Menu 1].
<Message> [Menu 1].
1.
During
a
2.
Select
Message
call, press
[Opt]
to enter In-Call
Option.
to send message.
SIM SERVICE
Your service
such
these
as
provider can offer special application through SIM card,
homebanking, stock market, etc. If you are registered for one
services, the service
of
will appear at the end of the Main
Menu. With the SIM Services menu your phone is future-proof and will
name
support additions
to your service provider's service. For further
information contact your service provider.
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To be able to data
or fax service, you need the communicate software such
fax program. Before using these functions, you need to
connect your phone to a computer or make sure that your phone is in
connection with a compatible device.
data
as a
Making
To
use a
or a
data
(Setting
can
Data
a
or a
Call
Fax call
fax
service, make
Call Mode
Setting
communicate
mode"
or
voice, data
Call
(Setting
or
Setting
sure
that call mode is
"single
In this
Single Mode).
mode"
mode, you
fax. If you set call mode to be "voice & fax
Call Mode
Voice & Fax mode), you can
transmit voice and fax without voice call release.
Sending
1.
a
data
Connect your
2. After
data
starting
or
fax call
or
computer
or
fax
of the communicate
Receiving
a
data
Connect your
2. After
data
starting
or
software, make
a
call and transmit
a
or
transmission, you can end the call by just ending
or by closing the flip.
software, pressing
fax call
computer
to the
the communicate
phone.
software, accept
a
call and receive
a
fax.
3. After the data
or
fax
the communicate
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phone.
fax.
3. After the data
1.
to the
the communicate
reception,
you
can
software, pressing
end the call
or
by just ending
by closing the flip.
of
Additional Functions
Making
In this
a
Voice & Fax call
mode, you
can
transmit voice and also fax without voice call release.
Note
?
This mode is network feature. If the network doesn't
mode, you can't
Sending
use a
support this
voice & fax call.
voice and fax calls
1.
Connect your
2.
Select Voice and Fax mode. Voice and fax mode allows you to
switch from voice mode to fax mode during call.
3.
If Selected message is
transmission.
4.
Key
in
or
computer
to the
in
displayed
recall the desired
5. After the voice
phone.
phone
transmission, you
it is
phone,
ready
number and press
can
start
a
for
.
fax transmission.
6. After the fax
transmission, you can end the call by just ending of fax
or by closing the flip.
software, pressing
Receiving
1.
voice and fax calls
Connect your
computer
2. After the voice
to the
phone.
transmission, you
the software program
(if
the fax call by starting
automatically).
can answer
it does not
answer
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Voice Memo
Additional Functions
The voice
memo features you to record up to 3 voice messages and each
is up to 30 seconds. This is useful when you don't have a pen and
paper to hand for taking directions or a messages.
one
Voice Memo
1. To
or
2.
this
use
in
a
function, press
standby
[Record Key]
for
a
long
time
during
a
call
mode.
Recording is started
recording time.
and
display
will show the message
Recording
and
the
3.
If you want to finish
recording,
[Record Key] shortly.
press
Voice Memo Menu
The
shows voice
phone
memo
information which includes the
time and date
selected the
by pressing
[Record Key] for a
memo by using
and
press
recording
short time. After you
,
[Opt],
you
can see
this
menu.
Play [Voice
Memo Menu
You
the selected voice
can
play
your voice
Delete
You
[Voice
can
Memo Menu
[Voice
phone
Melody
memo
through speaker
IC
on
in this
the
rear
menu.
of the
Also, you
can
hear
phone.
2]
delete the selected voice
Delete All
Your
memo
1]
Memo Menu
memo.
3]
will delete all recorded voice
memos.
Playing
High quality melody IC is embarked to a phone. This melody supports
various sound including ringing and melody sound with this apparatus,
various timbres
can
be
created, and
produced simultaneously. Besides,
available with this.
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4 different timbres
loud
can
be
speaker phone (handsfree)
is
When
using this unit,
always followed.
basic
safety precautions
?
Do not touch the
?
Do not disassemble this unit.
?
adapter
as
below should be
with wet hands.
(Take it to a qualified
required.)
electrical appliance such as a TV, radio
when
repair
Away
from
service technician
work is
or
personal
computer.
?
The unit should be situated from heat
sources
such
as
radiators
or
cookers.
?
Do not
?
Do not
?
The
?
wrapper.
Use dry cloth to clean the exterior of the unit.
as
?
drop.
subject this unit to mechanical vibration or shock.
coating of the phone may be damaged if covered with
benzene, thinner
Do not
subject this
Caring
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
for the
or
(Do
not
use
wrap
or
vinyl
solvent such
alcohol.)
unit to excessive smoke
or
dust.
Battery
You do not need to
completely discharge the battery before
recharging. Unlike other battery systems, there is no memory effect
that could compromise the battery's performance.
Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers are designed to
maximize the battery life.
Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery pack.
Keep the metal contacts of the battery pack clean.
Replace the battery when it no longer provides acceptable
performance. The battery pack may be recharged hundreds of times
until it needs replacing.
Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a long time to
maximize usability.
Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight or use it in high
humidity, such as the bathroom.
Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, this may deteriorate
the battery performance.
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General
Product Name
:
LG-500
System
:
GSM 900/DCS 1800
SIM Card
:
Small
plug-in card,
3V
Dimensions
Size:109.5X46X19.8mm
Weight
with Standard
Ambient
80
battery : 93.6g
Temperatures
Max
:
+55°C
Min
:
-10°C
or
5V
type
SEP/2001/ISSUE2
P/NO
:
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