Panasonic EBGD90 Operating instructions

Panasonic EBGD90 Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
Digital Cellular Telephone
EB-GD90
Main Kit
Before operating this equipment please read these instructions
completely.
Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Symbols Used . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Using This Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Fitting/Removing the SIM . .
Fitting/Removing the Battery
Charging the Battery . . . .
Low Battery Warning . . . .
Location of Controls . . . . .
Display. . . . . . . . . . . .
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Basic Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Power On/Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Automatic Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Ending a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Answering a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Volume Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Vibration Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Key Guard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Phone Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Phone Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Phone Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Changing Security Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Advanced Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Voice Memo . . . . . . .
DTMF Tones . . . . . . .
Alert Profile . . . . . . . .
Call Hold and Call Waiting
Call Transfer . . . . . . .
Multi-party Calls . . . . .
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Phonebook Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Storing a Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Browsing Phonebooks by Name or Location
Retrieving a Number . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing Phonebook Entries . . . . . . . . . .
Hot Key Phone Numbers. . . . . . . . . . .
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Advanced Phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Note Pad . . . . .
Recent Numbers .
Fixed Dial . . . .
Service Dial . . .
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Short Text Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Setting your Phone for Short Text Messages .
Sending a Short Text Message . . . . . .
Receiving Short Text Messages . . . . . .
Cell Broadcasts . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Alpha Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Menu Structures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Key Guard .
Phonebook .
Messages .
Call Service
Call Divert .
Security . .
Network . .
Personalise.
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Care and Maintenance . .
Glossary of Terms . . . .
Trouble Shooting . . . . .
Important Error Messages
Specifications . . . . . . .
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Introduction
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic GD90 digital cellular
phone. This phone is designed to operate on the Global System
for Mobile Communications (GSM), GSM900 or GSM1800.
These operating instructions detail use of the equipment
contained in the Main Kit.
Some services are network dependent or may only be available
on a subscription basis. Some functions are SIM dependent.
For more information contact your Service Provider.
Symbols Used
F
Shows that you should press the following key(s).
,Text- Shows that the display text will be flashing.
Shows that the information is a Quick Tip.
Using This Manual
This manual is designed in sections to guide you through the
many functions of this phone. Listed below is a brief outline of
each section, to help you find the information you need.
Getting Started: Details how to fit the battery, insert the SIM
card, introduces the controls and display of the phone.
Basic Operation: Details how to make and receive calls,
change the phone volume, use Vibration Alert and Key Guard
the Clock/Alarm.
Phone Security: Details how to use the Phone Lock and PIN
Security features as well as how to change security codes.
Advanced Operation: Details how to record using Voice
Memo, send DTMF tones, create Alert Profiles, use Call
Waiting, Call Transfer and Multi-party.
Phonebook Basics: Details how to create, store, retrieve, and
browse a number in a Phonebook as well as the more
advanced Phonebook features.
Advanced Phonebook: Details the operation of the Note Pad,
Recent Number recall and limiting the numbers available using
Fixed Dialling.
1
Introduction
Short Text Messages: Details how to set up your phone to
receive and send Short Text Messages and to receive Cell
Broadcasts.
Alpha Entry: Details how to access alternative characters with
the keypad.
Menu Structures: Details the features that can be accessed
from the phone menu.
The remaining sections details how to take care of your phone,
lists terms used in this manual, a Troubleshooting and Error
Message section and the Specifications.
2
Safety
Safety
This equipment is intended for use when supplied
with power from the built-in charger or Dual Charger
(EB-CRD90) through the AC Adaptor
(EB-CAD70Vxx)*. Other usage will invalidate any
approval given to this apparatus and may be
dangerous. The use of approved accessories is
recommended to ensure optimum performance and
avoid damage to your phone.
Switch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft. The
use of cellular phones in an aircraft may be
dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the
cellular network and may be illegal. Failure to observe
this instruction may lead to the suspension or denial
of cellular phone services to the offender, or legal
action or both.
You are advised not to use the equipment at a
refueling point. You are reminded of the need to
observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment in
fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting
operations are in progress. Never expose the battery
pack to extreme temperatures (in excess of 60°C) or
charge the battery pack for much longer than
recommended.
You MUST exercise proper control of your vehicle at
all times. Do not use a hand held phone or
microphone while you are driving. Find a safe place to
stop first. Do not speak into a hands free microphone
if it will take your mind off the road. Acquaint yourself
thoroughly with restrictions concerning the use of
cellular phones within the country you are driving and
observe them at all times.
Care must be taken when using the phone in close
proximity to personal medical devices, such as
pacemakers and hearing aids.
* Where xx identifies the specific AC Adaptor region, eg CN, EU, HK, TW, UK.
3
Getting Started
Getting Started
Fitting/Removing the SIM
The SIM is fitted into a holder at the back of the phone
underneath the battery.
Fitting the SIM
3
1
Removing the SIM
To remove the SIM follow the above steps in reverse.
4
Getting Started
Fitting/Removing the Battery
Fit a fully charged battery pack. If the battery pack is not fully
charged then it must be charged as shown in “Charging the
Battery”.
Fitting the Battery
Removing the Battery
5
Getting Started
Charging the Battery
The battery pack must be attached to the phone before the AC
Adaptor.
NOTE: DO NOT force the connector as this may damage the phone
and/or the AC Adaptor.
When charging is complete remove the AC Adaptor.
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Operation of Battery Level Indicator
While charging
Charging complete
Telephone on
K
H
Telephone off
K
Indicator off
Low Battery Warning
When the battery power is low a warning tone
will sound and a LOW BATTERY message will
flash. The power will automatically shut off
shortly after the warning tone. Fully charge the
battery pack or replace it with a fully charged
one.
During conversation finish your call immediately.
6
LOW
BATTERY
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Getting Started
Location of Controls
Incoming/charging
indicator
Antenna
Earpiece
O
EM
M
Display
External
Connector
ABC
GHI
DEF
JKL
PQRS
MNO
TUV
+
Memo Key
WXYZ
Microphone
g
Navigation key – pressing up/down scrolls through
options in the main area of the display or adjusts the
volume. Pressing left/right scrolls through options in the
option area of the display
B
Select key – selects an option in the option area of the
display
A
D
accesses Phonebook or switches character types
C
clears the last digit entered, clears all digits when
pressed and held or returns to the previous display
E
ends a call or switches the phone on/off when
pressed and held
makes a call or recalls recently dialled phone numbers
Digit keys 0 to 9, * and # – the # key will switch on and
off vibration alert
:
records a conversation during a call or plays it back
during standby
7
Getting Started
Display
Main Display
area
Phone/SIM
Phonebook
indicator
Location area indicates menu
number, location
number, alpha
mode or alarm
mark ?.
>
57
Menu
Option area shows options
that can be
selected by the
B key
Navigation prompt - e scrolls through the
main area of the display, f scrolls through
options at the bottom right of the display.
Following some operations the display will automatically clear
after three seconds or after pressing any key.
Y
lights when you are registered to a non-home network roaming
t
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[
N
lights when call divert is enabled
lights when vibration alert is enabled
lights when all tones or ring volume is off
flashes when an unread message is stored or lights
when message area is full
O
lights when phone lock is enabled
S
indicates that it is possible to make emergency calls
T indicates the received signal strength - \weak
signal, T strong signal
H indicates the battery level - H full, L low
battery
>
indicates that the source of the currently selected
number is the Mobile Phonebook
<
indicates that the source of the currently selected
number is the SIM Phonebook
?
displayed in the Location area indicates alarm is set
p
indicates that the Navigation key (g) can be pressed
8
Basic Operation
Basic Operation
Power On/Off
To turn the phone on or off.
F E and hold to switch power on
A greeting will be displayed.
F E and hold to switch
power off
Making a Call
Make sure that the phone is switched on and the signal strength
meter is displayed.
1 F area code and phone number
2 F D
00:01
Voice Call
Hold
International Dialling
Using the Automatic International Access Code “+” you will be
able to dial international numbers without having to know the
code for the international exchange.
1 F 0 and hold until a “+” appears
2 F country code or e to scroll through the
abbreviated international
Country:
names
3 F area code and phone
number
UK
OK
4 F D
NOTE: Many countries include an initial “0” in the area code. This
should, in most cases, be left out when dialling international
numbers. If you have difficulties making international calls, contact
your Service Provider.
9
Basic Operation
Emergency Calls
To make an emergency call the antenna symbol (S) must be
present.
F 112 D or press B when “SOS” is displayed in
the option area of the display
Automatic Redial
When a call is unsuccessful the phone will ask if you want to
redial the phone number again automatically.
F B when “OK” is displayed in the option
area
Auto Redial will countdown the display to the next
redial.
To stop redialling, press B when
“Cancel” is displayed in the option
area
Auto Redial
00:32
Cancel
If a call is repeatedly unsuccessful you will not be able to
automatically redial the phone number. In this case you must
redial the phone number manually.
Ending a Call
F E
Answering a Call
To receive a call the phone must be switched on and the signal
strength meter must be displayed.
F any key except E or g
F E to reject the call
If a call is not answered the
number of unanswered calls will be
displayed.
F any key to clear the display
10
Incoming
Accept
Basic Operation
Caller Identification
This feature allows you to identify incoming
calls and accept or reject them. The caller’s
phone number, and name if stored in
Phonebook, will be displayed.
Home
+01234567
Accept
NOTE: Caller Identification may not always be available.
Volume Control
Earpiece Volume
Four levels of volume adjustment are available.
During a call:
F a to decrease the
volume
00:05
F b to increase the
volume
Volume
Ear
Ring and Key Volume
Changing the ring and key volume is done in the same way. If
you increase the ring volume above maximum it will set an
escalating ring tone. If you turn the ring volume off, the silent
indicator icon ([) will be displayed.
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Personalise”
2 F B and e to point to “Tones”
3 F B and e to point to “Ring Volume” or “Key Volume”
4 F B
5 Use e to set the volume
6 F B
11
Basic Operation
Vibration Alert
When vibration alert is switched on the phone will
vibrate when a call is received. Switching on
vibration alert will silence the ring volume.
However, when the ring volume is adjusted after
the vibration alert is switched on, the phone will
ring and vibrate when a call is received.
During standby:
F # and hold to switch
on or off. When switched on,
the phone will vibrate briefly
Key Guard
Key Guard will prevent any keys from being accidentally
pressed e.g. when the phone is being carried.
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
F B three times to enable Key Guard
When a call is received Key Guard will be temporarily disabled,
allowing you to press any key to answer the call. Emergency
calls can still be made.
Disabling Key Guard
F B twice when “Free” is
displayed in the option area of the
display.
GSM 001
Keys Guarded
Free
Phone Clock
This phone incorporates a clock with date/time, an alarm and a
power on/off feature.
Initially Setting the Clock
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the
display:
1 F B and e to point to “Personalise”
2 F B and e to point to “Clock Function”
3 F B and e to point to “Clock Set”
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Basic Operation
4 F B
5 F enter the digits for the date in the format
day/month/year
6 F B
7 F enter the digits for the time using 24
hour clock
8 F B
Time:
HH:MM
0-9
Setting the Clock Format
1 F B and e to point to “Personalise”
2 F B and e to point to “Clock Function”
3 F B and e to point to “Clock Format”
4 F B
5 F e to select the format of clock and/or date
6 F B
Setting the Alarm
NOTE: If you have not already set the clock, you will be asked to do
so prior to setting the alarm.
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Personalise”
2 F B and e to point to “Clock Function”
3 F B and e to point to “Alarm Set”
4 F B
5 F enter the digits for the time
6 F B
7 F e to select the frequency of the
alarm
8 F B
Once the alarm has been set, ? will be
displayed when the phone is in standby mode.
Alarm:
Repeat Daily
Ok
13
Basic Operation
Muting the Alarm
When the set time is reached the alarm will sound and the
display will flash with an alarm message. The alarm will sound
for 30 seconds. If the alarm goes off during a call, it will activate
vibration alert.
To end the alarm:
F any key
Disabling the Alarm
To disable the alarm point to “Alarm Set”
1 F B twice
2 F e to point to “Disabled”
3 F B
Adjusting the Alarm Time
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Personalise”
2 F B and e to point to “Clock Function”
3 F B and e to point to “Alarm Set”
4 F B
5 F C four times
6 F enter the digits for the time
7 F B
8 F e to select the frequency of the alarm
9 F B
Setting a Power On/Off Time
You can set your phone to turn itself on or off automatically at a
specified time using the Power On/Off feature. The procedure
for setting the Power On/Off automatically is similar to that for
setting the Alarm. Adjustment of the Power On/Off Time is also
similar to that for the alarm. For either setting or adjusting the
time you need to select “Power On Time” or “Power Off Time” in
the “Clock Function” menu.
14
Phone Security
Phone Security
There are a number of security features for this phone that will
protect against unauthorized use, and enable you to restrict
access to certain features.
It is recommended that you memorize your security codes. If
you need to make a note of your security codes, never write
them in a way that they can be recognized by another person. If
you forget them contact your dealer for the Phone Lock Code or
your Service Provider for PIN and PIN2.
Phone Lock
With the Phone Lock enabled you will be restricted to answer
incoming calls and make emergency calls only. The Phone
Lock Code is set to “0000” at the factory.
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Security”
2 F B twice to enable Phone Lock
3 Enter the 4-digit code press B
The phone will be locked and the lock icon (O)
will appear in the display
Phone Lock
Enabled
Unlocking the Phone
Pana
To restore normal operation, enter your Lock Code and press B
The lock icon will disappear from the display. However, once
you turn the phone off and on again you will be asked to enter
the Lock Code again.
Disabling Phone Lock
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Security”
2 F B and e to point to “Phone Lock”
3 F f until “Disable” appears in the option area of the
display
4 F B
5 Enter the Lock Code and press B
15
Phone Security
PIN
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) protects your SIM
card against unauthorized use. If you enable the PIN, every
time the phone is turned on you will be asked to enter the PIN.
Once this has been correctly entered you will be able to use the
phone. As with the Phone Lock you can change the PIN at any
time.
PIN2 controls security for the Fixed Dial Store and Call Charge
metering.
Enabling/Disabling the PIN
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Security”
2 F B and e to point to “PIN”
3 F B to enable/disable the PIN
4 F PIN number B
Changing Security Codes
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Security”
2 F B and e to point to “Phone Lock” or “PIN”
3 F f until “Change” appears in the
option area of the display
Phone Lock
4 F B enter the current code
PIN
5 F B enter the new code
6 F B verify the new code
7 F B
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Call Bar
3
Change
Advanced Operation
Advanced Operation
Voice Memo
You can record a conversation for up to 15 seconds during a
call. There are two separate areas for voice memo messages
(Voice memo 1, Voice memo 2) allowing you to record two
separate voice calls. If a different SIM is installed any voice
memos will be lost.
CAUTION: Security of a recorded message is your responsibility.
You MUST ask for the other party’s consent before recording.
Recording
F : during a call
A tone will sound when recording starts. When the
recording stops a tone will sound to you.
If you press : while recording a voice memo,
recording to the current voice memo area will stop
and will start in the other voice memo area.
If : is pressed when the two voice memo areas are occupied,
the older record will be overwritten by the new memo.
Play Back
F : during standby.
If there are two voice memos recorded they will both be played
back continuously. To swap playback between the two voice
memos areas press : during playback.
If there is no recording two tones will sound.
To stop playing, press E
Volume Control During Playback
While playing back:
F and e to adjust the playback volume of the voice
memo
Deleting
F B twice during playback
17
Advanced Operation
DTMF Tones
DTMF tones can be sent during conversation. These are often
used to access voice mail, paging and computerized home
banking. For example, you may need to input a number to
remotely access voice mail messages.
Send DTMF Tones During a Call
F digits (0 to 9, # and *)
Pause Dial
Using pauses allows you to send DTMF tones automatically.
1 F phone number
2 F 0 and hold until a “P”
appears
3 F DTMF digits after the
pause e.g. Enter the number
to access voice mail
messages.
+01234P6
Menu
4 F D
When the call is successful DTMF tones will be sent every 3
seconds or when D is pressed.
Alert Profile
Alert Profile enables you to identify up to five callers with a
particular ring tone and alternate backlight colour, making it
easier to distinguish between callers.
Creating an Alert Profile
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Personalise”
2 F B and e to point to “Alert Profile”
3 F B when “Select” is displayed
4 F B when “Insert” is displayed
5 F enter the phone number or recall from the Phonebook
– see “Retrieving a Number” page 23
6 F B twice
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Advanced Operation
7 F and use e to select the ring tone that
you wish to use for incoming calls from this
phone number
+0123456
8 F B
Type 4
2
Insert
Call Hold and Call Waiting
Holding/Resuming a Call
1 F B when “Hold” is displayed in the option area
2 F B when “Resume” is displayed in the option area
Making a Second Call
1 F phone number, or recall from Phonebook – see
“Retrieving a Number” page 23
2 F D
The first call will be placed on hold.
Receiving a Second Call
A second call can be received, if call waiting is switched on –
see “Call Service” page 34. It is not possible to have more than
one fax or data call. All voice calls must be ended before you
can make or receive a fax or data call.
Accept a Second Call
F B when “Accept” is displayed in the
option area
The current call will be placed on hold.
Reject a Second Call
1 F f to display “Reject” in the option area
2 F B
End Current Call and Receive Second Call
1 F E with a waiting call
2 F any key except E or g
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Advanced Operation
Operation During Two Calls
Swapping Between Calls
F B when “Swap” is
displayed in the option area
End Current Call
1 F f to display “End” in
the option area
Held call
00:34
Home
Current
call
Voice Call
2
Swap
2 F B
The held call will remain held.
End Both Calls
F E
Call Transfer
With two calls connected, Call Transfer enables you to connect
them together ending your connection, leaving them to talk
together without you.
When you have two calls:
1 F f to display “Trans.” in the option area
2 F B
The two calls will be connected to each other and your call will
be ended.
NOTE: Two call transfer cannot be utilized while in Multi-party
mode.
Multi-party Calls
A Multi-party call enables three to five people to be in
conversation at the same time. It is possible to swap between a
Multi-party call and another call in the same way as with two
separate calls.
Enabling Multi-party
With two calls connected (one active, one on hold)
1 F f to display “Merge” in the option area
2 F B
A Multi-party call has been enabled, all three people will be able
to talk to each other.
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Advanced Operation
Adding to Multi-party
You can add to the Multi-party call (up to a maximum of five).
Either by making a call or accepting an incoming call. The call
can then be merged into the Multi-party.
NOTE: When making a call or accepting an incoming call the
Multi-party call will be placed on hold. The callers in the Multi-party
call can continue to communicate with each other while on hold.
Splitting a Multi-party
You can select an individual from the Multi-party and remove
their connection. This enables you to talk privately without the
participation of the rest of the Multi-party.
During a Multi-party call:
1 F f to display “Option” in the option area
2 F B
3 F e to select a caller in the Multi-party
4 F f to display “Split” in the option area
5 F B
The selected caller will be split from the Multi-party call and the
Multi-party call will be placed on hold (the remaining Multi-party
call callers can still communicate).
Ending Multi-party Calls
You can either select an individual in the Multi-party and end
the call or end the entire Multi-party call.
Ending a Single Connection
During a Multi-party call
1 F f to display “Option” in the option area
2 F e to select a caller in the Multi-party
3 F f to display “End” in the option area
4 F B
Ending a Multi-party Call
During a Multi-party call:
F E to end all the calls at once
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Phonebook Basics
Phonebook Basics
Phone numbers can be stored in two locations. You can store
numbers in the SIM Phonebook (therefore the number of
locations, length of name and number of phone numbers are
SIM dependant). Alternatively you can store phone numbers in
the Mobile Phonebook, this means that if you change the SIM
the numbers in the phone are not lost.
Storing a Number
1 F phone number
2 F A
3 F e select the Phonebook (either SIM or
Mobile)
4 F B
5 The phone number you entered will be
displayed, edit the number if necessary
6 F B to enter the phone number
7 F enter the name – see “Alpha Entry” page
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8 F B
9 F location number
10F B
Automatic Location
The phone number can be stored automatically
at the first available location. This can be done
instead of entering a location number.
Location:
(1-50)
0-9
Any
F B when “Any” is displayed in the
option area of the display
Overwrite Protection
If a location is occupied you will be asked if you
wish to overwrite the current information.
F B to overwrite the selected location
F C to choose another location
number
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Overwrite?
Home
(18)
Ok
Phonebook Basics
Browsing Phonebooks by Name or
Location
You can search the phonebook by either Name or Location.
The default setting for browsing is “Names”. All Phonebook
entries will be listed in alphabetical order of both SIM and
Mobile Phonebook merged. When browsing by name pressing
a lettered key will take you to the first entry starting with that
letter.
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Phonebook”
2 F B and e to point to “Browse”
3 F f to toggle between “Names” and “Loc’ns”
4 F B
5 F e to select the Phonebook you wish
to browse
All Phonebook
6 F B
MobilePhonebook
Retrieving a Number
SIM Phonebook
1
Select
1 When in standby:
2 F A
3 F e to browse through the Phonebook
NOTE: The Phonebook you last viewed will be the default when you
next press A. To change the default, use the Phonebook menu to
select a particular phonebook.
Once you have selected a phone number or name, there are a
number of actions that you can perform. You can dial the
selected number by pressing D.
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Phonebook Basics
Editing Phonebook Entries
You can View, Recall, Edit, Delete or Create in the Phonebook.
To access these features you follow the same procedure. With
a phone number or name displayed:
1 F f and scroll between “View”, “Recall”, “Edit”,
“Delete” or “Create”
2 F B to select an option
View
Displays an individual phone number and name or names list.
Recall
Displays the phone number, enabling you to either change it or
call the number.
Edit
Displays the phone number, allowing you to make changes,
followed by the name, enabling you to make changes.
Delete
Deletes the entry from the Phonebook.
Create
Enables you to create a new entry in the Phonebook.
Speed Dial a Stored Number
1 F location number – leading zeros may be left out
2 F #
3 F D
Hot Key Phone Numbers
It is possible to dial phone numbers from the Phonebook or
Service Dial part of Phonebook very quickly. Some Hot Key
Phone numbers may be reserved by the Service Provider, for
example the first three Hot Key Phone numbers may be linked
to the Service Dial part of the Phonebook - see page 27. To
select a source for the Hot Key phone numbers see
“Personalise” – page 38.
1 F 1 to 9 and hold
2 F D
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Advanced Phonebook
Advanced Phonebook
Note Pad
During a call you can enter numbers which you may wish to dial
when the call has ended.
During a call:
1 F phone number
2 When the call has ended press D to call that number
To store in Phonebook, press A while the number is displayed
– see “Storing a Number” page 22.
Recent Numbers
Recently dialled phone numbers will be stored in “Last Dialled”.
If Caller Identification is available the caller’s phone number for
an answered call will be stored in “Answered” and an
unanswered call will be stored in “Unanswered”.
When the store is full the next phone number will overwrite the
oldest.
1 F D
2 F e to point at “Last Dialled”, “Answered”
or “Unanswered”
3 F B
4 F e to point at the phone number (or
name) you wish to dial
5 To store in Phonebook, press A while the
number is displayed – see “Storing a Number”
page 22.
6 F D
You can edit or delete the phone number before dialling – see
“Editing Phonebook Entries” page 24.
Calling the Last Dialled Number
To redial your last called phone number F D D
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Advanced Phonebook
Returning an Unanswered Call
When the display shows that you have received calls but not
answered them.
1 F B
2 The last caller’s phone number will be displayed if it is
available
3 F e to point at the phone number you wish to dial
4 F D
Fixed Dial
The Fixed Dial Store is part of Phonebook, but with additional
security. When the security feature Fixed Dial is switched on it
is only possible to make calls with phone numbers that are in
the Fixed Dial Store.
When Fixed Dial is switched on any manually dialled phone
numbers must match a phone number in the Fixed Dial Store.
To store, edit or delete a phone number in the Fixed Dial Store
“Fixed Dial” must be switched on – see “Security” page 35. With
Fixed Dial switched on, all phone numbers can be added,
edited or deleted as normal, but you will be asked for PIN2 –
see “Phone Security” page 15.
“Wild” Numbers
Wild numbers are spaces that can be stored in
a phone number. The “wild” numbers must be
filled before the phone number is dialled. In this
way a call can be restricted to a specific area by
storing the area code of a phone and when
recalled the remainder can be added. The “wild”
numbers can be anywhere within a stored
phone number.
+0123_45_
Menu
1 F 0 and hold until “_” appears to enter a wild number
2 When the phone number is recalled pressing a numeric key
will fill in a “wild” number.
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Advanced Phonebook
Service Dial
Your Service Provider may program some special phone
numbers into your SIM. It is not possible to modify the Service
Dial numbers.
1 F A and hold
2 F g to browse through the Service Dial list of phone
numbers
The phone number pointed to can only be recalled or dialled.
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Short Text Messages
Short Text Messages
You can receive, display, edit and/or send short text messages,
of up to 160 characters to mobile phones on the same network
or any network that has a roaming agreement.
Setting your Phone for Short Text Messages
Before you can send a message you must enter the Message
Centre number into Parameters (your Service Provider will
supply the Message Centre number).
NOTE: The Message Centre number may have been
preprogrammed, on your SIM card
Setting the Message Centre Number
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Messages”
2 F B and e to point to “Parameters”
3 F B and e to point to “Message Centre”
4 F B
5 F 0 and hold until a “+” appears
6 F country code or e to scroll through the abbreviated
international names – see “International Dialling” page 9
7 F message centre number (including area code)
8 F B
NOTE: If you do not include the international access code, you will
not be able to send or receive Short Text Messages.
Sending a Short Text Message
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Messages”
2 F B and e to point to “Create”
3 F B enter the message (up to 160
characters) – see “Alpha Entry” page 31.
4 F B
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Hello _
ABC
Ok
Short Text Messages
You will be asked if you wish to send the message, if you do not
wish to send the message press C, the message will be
stored.
5 F B, enter the destination phone number (or recall a
number from the Phonebook) - see “Retrieving a Number”
page 23
6 F B twice
7 You maybe asked if you wish to have delivery confirmation,
if you want confirmation press B
8 If you do not, use f to indicate “No”, then press B
Receiving Short Text Messages
When a Short Text Message is sent to your
phone the message indicator (N) will flash in
the display, with an audible tone or vibration
alert. This indicates that a new message has
been received.
Received
1 New
Message
Read
If the message indicator appears constantly in the display this
indicates that the message area is full and you will need to
delete old messages in order to be able to receive new
messages in the future.
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Messages”
2 F B and e to point to “Receive List”
3 F B and e to scroll to the message
4 F B to read the message
5 To delete the message use f to select “Delete”
6 F B twice
Reading a Short Text Message
To read the message press B when “Read” is displayed
in the option area.
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Short Text Messages
Cell Broadcasts
Cell broadcasts are general information that is sent to your
phone by a network operator. The information can be district
traffic or weather.
Selecting Broadcast Topics
You need to specify the topic(s) of information that you wish to
receive as broadcasts before you can receive them.
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Messages”
2 F B and e to point to “Broadcasts”
3 F B and e to point to “Topics”
4 F B and e to select a Topic
5 F B twice to insert the Topic into your broadcast list
Enabling/Disabling Broadcasts
When “Menu” is displayed in the option area of the display:
1 F B and e to point to “Messages”
2 F B and e to point to “Broadcasts”
3 F B and e to point to “Receive”
4 F B
Once broadcasts have been enabled, the same procedure will
disable broadcasts.
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Alpha Entry
Alpha Entry
Alpha Entry is used to enter alphanumeric characters into
Phonebook, Short Text Messages, Price Per Unit and the
Greeting Message.
Key
Character entry type
Normal
(U)
Greek
(V)
Extended
(W)
1
Space“@,.;:!¡?¿()[]{}’&%+-/\^~|<>=_£$¥¤§
2
ABCabc
ABG
AÄÅÆBCÇaäåæàbc
3
DEFdef
DEZ
DEÉFdeéèf
4
GHIghi
HQI
GHIghiì
5
JKLjkl
KLM
JKLjkl
6
MNOmno
NXO
MNÑOÖØmnñoöøò
7
PQRSpqrs
PRS
PQRSpqrsß
8
TUVtuv
TUF
TUÜVtuüùv
9
WXYZwxyz CYW
WXYZwxyz
Each time a key is pressed in quick succession it will display the
next character available on that key (or if the key is pressed and
held down it will cycle through the available characters).
Releasing the key, or pressing another key will enter the
currently displayed character and the cursor will move to the
next position.
To access the different character types, normal (U), numerals
(X), Greek characters (V) and extended characters (W)
press A.
Editing Alpha Entry
Pressing e will move you up or down one line. Pressing f
will move you left or right one character. When the cursor is
moved over a character and another key pressed this will insert
the new character. Pressing C will delete the character to the
left of the cursor or delete the current line when pressed and
held.
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Menu Structures
Menu Structures
When the word “Menu” is in the option area of the display
pressing the B will display a menu of phone features. To select
a feature press e so that the pointer is showing next to the
feature that you require then press B.
A quick way of selecting a feature is to press the menu number
shown in the bottom left of the display.
To leave the menu press C repeatedly.
During a call a restricted menu will be available.
NOTE: Any feature that does not appear with it’s corresponding
menu structure has already been detailed earlier in this manual.
Key Guard
For instructions on “Key Guard” – see page 12.
Phonebook
Phonebook
B
Browse
Create
Review
My Numbers
Most common use of the Phonebook is covered in “Phonebook
Basics” – see page 22.
Review shows how many locations are available in the
Phonebook. Occupied locations are shown with “w”.
My Numbers is a convenient part of Phonebook where your
voice, fax and data phone number(s) can be stored and viewed.
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Menu Structures
Messages
Messages
B
Receive List
Send List
Create
Review
Parameters
Broadcasts
Auto Delete
Lifetime
Message Centre
Report
Protocol
B
B
Receive
Message List
Topics
Languages
Most common use of the Messages is covered in “Short Text
Messages” – see page 28
Received messages will be stored in the Receive List. Flashing
“•” will indicate unread messages. Once the message is
selected, you can read, delete, edit and reply. With the word
“Sender:” displayed or a phone number in quotation marks (“ ”),
pressing D dials the phone number or pressing A stores the
phone number in the Phonebook.
When a message has been sent or edited it will be stored in the
Send List. Review allows you to check usage of the message
area.
Parameters
The Parameters are necessary for receiving or sending
message.
Auto Delete will erase messages automatically. When
“Received Read” is selected, a new message will overwrite the
oldest read message. When “Received Any” is selected, a new
message will overwrite the oldest message even though it may
not have been read.
Lifetime is the duration that your message is stored at the
Message Centre. Delivery attempts will be repeated until the
message has been delivered or the Lifetime expires.
When your message has been delivered a confirmation can be
received if Report is set to “Yes”.
The Message Centre may be able to convert the message to
the format specified by Protocol.
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Menu Structures
Broadcasts
The Message List will display the last received broadcast
messages.
The Language in which broadcast messages are displayed can
be changed.
Call Service
Call Service
B
Last Call
All Calls
Call Waiting
,
Caller s ID
Withhold ID
Call Charge
Cost Left
Price/Unit
Max Cost
Warning at
B
Last Call will display the duration and call charge, if available, of
the last call during standby or the current call during a call.
Times are indicated as: hours (0-99), minutes (0-59), seconds
(0-59) - HH:MM:SS.
All Calls displays the accumulated duration and call charge, if
available, of incoming and outgoing calls. The lock code or
PIN2 is required to reset the timer and call charge.
Call Waiting allows you to receive a second call during your
current call. When updating or checking the status of call
waiting the phone must be registered with a network.
Caller’s ID allows you to check the status of Caller’s
Identification. The phone must be registered with a network.
Using Withhold ID it is possible to check if you send Caller’s
Identification information when you make a call. When checking
the Status of Withhold ID the phone must be registered with a
network.
Call Charge will set the cost of each unit for call charge
information and the required currency in which call charge is
displayed.
Using Max Cost can restrict use of the phone to a specified
number of units.
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Menu Structures
NOTE: The duration of one unit may vary during the day, peak and
off-peak times. Therefore, the call charge can be calculated
accordingly. However, call charge information may not give an
accurate reflection of the tariffs charged by your Service Provider.
Call Divert
Call Divert
B
Voice Calls
Fax Calls
Data Calls
Cancel All
Status
When Call Divert is enabled the divert icon (t) is displayed.
You can divert voice, fax and data calls using different
circumstances and to different phone numbers.
When updating or checking the Status of Call Divert the phone
must be registered with a network.
Security
Security
B
Phone Lock
Call Bar
PIN
PIN2
Fixed Dial
Barred Dial
B
Bar Voice
Bar Fax
Bar Data
Cancel All
Status
Password
Most common uses of Security are detailed in “Phone Security”
- see page 15
Call Bar is used to restrict certain outgoing and/or incoming
calls. Call Bar is controlled by a security Password that is
supplied by your Service Provider. When updating or checking
the Status of Call Bar the phone must be registered with a
network. Different Call Bar restrictions can be used for voice,
fax and data calls. Any combination of call restrictions can be
set.
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Menu Structures
With Fixed Dial switched on you can only make calls with the
phone numbers stored in Fixed Dial area of the Phonebook –
see “Fixed Dial” page 26. Emergency calls can be made at any
time. To use this function PIN2 is required.
Barred Dial enables you to bar all phone numbers from being
dialled on the phone. To use this function PIN2 is required.
Network
Network
B
New Network
Search Mode
Network List
When not in your home country you may use a network that you
do not directly subscribe to, this is called ROAMING. National
Law may not permit roaming in your home country.
New Network is used to manually select a network that is
available in your current location.
When the Search Mode is set to “Automatic” the phone will
automatically reselect a new network in order to maintain
optimum network availability. While the Search Mode is set to
“Manual” the phone will only use a selected network and a
warning tone will sound if coverage is lost. Another network
should be selected.
The Network List is used when the Search Mode has been set
to “Automatic”. The location numbers in the Preferred Network
List show the search priority.
Selecting “Insert” stores a new network in the currently
displayed location and then moves other networks down, “Edit”
overwrites the old network with a new one, and “Add” stores a
new network at the end of the list.
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Menu Structures
Personalise
Personalise
B
Language
Tones
Clock Function
Alert Profile
Display Setting
In Vehicle
Greeting
DTMF Length
Defaults
Hot Key Dial
B
B
B
B
All Tones
Ring Volume
Ring Type
Key Volume
Warning Tone
Clock
Clock
Alarm
Power
Power
B
Voice Calls
Fax Calls
Data Calls
Messages
Set
Format
Set
On Time
Off Time
BacklightColour
Contrast
Keep Alive
Auto Answer
The Language that the phone will use for display messages can
be changed.
In Tones, the phone key, ring and warning tones (except low
battery warning), can be switched off. When All Tones are
switched off the silent indicator ([) is displayed.
A different Ring Type can be used for voice, fax, data and
messages. There is a selection of 6 tones and 14 melodies.
Display Setting allows the colour and the contrast of the display
to be changed.
In In Vehicle the Keep Alive timer will delay switching off the
phone, when the phone is mounted in the optional Car Mount
Kit and the vehicle ignition is turned off. If the ignition is turned
off during a call the call will be maintained. When the call ends
the timer will start. If the phone is removed from the Car Mount
Kit during the specified delay time, the timer will be canceled
and the phone will not be turned off.
When Auto Answer is switched on, and the phone is mounted in
the optional Car Mount Kit or Personal Handsfree Adaptor, a
call will be answered without pressing any keys.
A personalised Greeting can be programmed for when the
phone is switched on – see “Alpha Entry” page 31.
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Menu Structures
The duration of DTMF tones that are played during pause dial
can be changed from short and long in DTMF Length.
Defaults will return your Personal Settings to their factory
default, except the Phone Lock code and language.
The source for the Hot Key phone numbers can be set using
the Hot Key Dial menu.
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Care and Maintenance
Care and Maintenance
Pressing any of the keys may produce a loud tone. Avoid
holding the phone close to the ear while pressing the
keys.
Extreme temperatures may have a temporary effect on
the operation of your phone. This is normal and does not
indicate a fault.
Do not disassemble the equipment. There are no
user-serviceable parts.
Do not subject the equipment to excessive vibration or
shock.
Avoid contact with liquids. If the equipment becomes wet
immediately remove the power and contact your dealer.
Do not leave the equipment in direct sunlight or a humid,
dusty or hot area.
Keep metallic items that may accidentally touch the
terminals away from the equipment.
Always charge the Battery Pack in a well ventilated area,
not in direct sunlight, between +5°C and +35°C. It is not
possible to recharge the battery pack if it is outside this
temperature range.
Avoid recharging battery packs for longer than
recommended.
Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery packs as
ordinary rubbish. The battery packs must be disposed of
in accordance with local legislation and may be recycled.
When disposing of any packing materials or old
equipment check with your local authorities for information
on recycling.
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Glossary of Terms
Glossary of Terms
DTMF Tones
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones allow you to
communicate with computerized phone
systems, voice mailboxes etc.
GSM
Global System for Mobile Communications.
The name given to the advanced digital
technology that your phone uses.
Home country
The country where your home network
operates.
Home network
The GSM network on which your subscription
details are held.
Network
Operator
The organization responsible for operating a
GSM network.
Password
Used for the control of the Call Bar. Supplied
by your Service Provider.
PIN
Personal Identification Number used for SIM
security. Supplied by your Service Provider. If
the PIN is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN
will be blocked.
PIN2
Personal Identification Number used for the
control of Fixed Dial Store and Call Charge
metering. Supplied by your Service Provider.
If the PIN2 is entered incorrectly 3 times, the
PIN2 will be blocked.
PUK/ PUK2
PIN/PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock
the PIN/PIN2. Supplied by your Service
Provider. If the PUK/PUK2 is entered
incorrectly 10 times, the PUK/PUK2 will be
blocked.
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Glossary of Terms
Registration
The act of locking on to a GSM network. This
is usually performed automatically by your
phone.
Roaming
The ability to use your phone on networks
other than your Home network.
Service
Provider
The organization responsible for providing
access to the GSM network.
SIM
Subscriber Identity Module. A small
smart-card which stores unique subscriber
and user-entered information such as
Phonebook and Short Messages. Supplied by
your Service Provider.
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Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
Should any problem persist contact your dealer.
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Check that the Battery
Pack is fully charged
and correctly connected
to the phone.
Telephone
will not switch
on.
Extremely
short battery
life for a new
battery pack.
The network you are
using and the condition
of the battery pack can
affect battery life.
Short battery
life for an old
battery pack.
The battery pack was
worn out.
Replace with a new
one.
The phone
cannot be
switched on
when
charging
When the Battery Pack
has been deeply
discharged the phone
will take a short time to
detect which type of
Battery Pack it is
charging
Leave the phone
charging the Battery
Pack for a few minutes
before attempting to
switch it on.
The phone is locked.
Unlock the phone
(Menu: Security: Phone
Lock)
Outgoing calls are
barred.
Disable the outgoing
call barring, or barred
dial (Menu: Security:
Call Bar/Barred Dial)
The phone is not
registered to a network.
Move to a coverage
area and operate your
phone after it has
registered with a
network.
Calls cannot
be made.
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Trouble Shooting
Check your SIM
supports Fixed Dial.
Check if the Fixed Dial
is switched on (Menu:
Security: Fixed Dial).
Calls cannot
be made from
Fixed Dial
Store
Calls cannot
be received.
Emergency
calls cannot
be made.
Telephone
numbers
cannot be
recalled.
Check the phone
number is stored in the
Fixed Dial.
The phone is not
switched on.
Switch the phone on.
Incoming calls are
barred.
Disable the incoming
call barring (Menu:
Security: Call Bar)
The phone is not
registered to a network.
Move to a coverage
area and operate your
phone after it has
registered with a
network.
You are not in a GSM
coverage area.
Check that the antenna
symbol S is displayed.
Move to a coverage
area and operate your
phone when the
antenna symbol is
displayed.
The phone is locked.
Unlock the phone
(Menu: Security: Phone
Lock)
Fixed Dial is switched
on.
Switch off Fixed Dial
(Menu: Security: Fixed
Dial)
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Important Error Messages
Important Error Messages
Area not
Allowed
Roaming in the selected area is not allowed.
Network not
Allowed
Roaming with the selected network is not
allowed.
Security
Failure
The network has detected authentication failure
because your SIM is not registered with that
network. Contact your Service Provider.
SIM Blocked
The SIM is blocked because the wrong PUK has
been entered ten times. Contact your Service
Provider.
SIM Error
The phone has detected a problem with the SIM.
Switch the phone off and then back on. If the
message does not disappear contact your
Service Provider.
Message
Rejected
Store Full
A message has been received but the message
store is full. To receive messages, delete some
of the currently stored messages or set
messages to automatically clear (Menu:
Messages: Parameters: Auto Delete)
PIN2
Invalidated
The PIN2 is blocked permanently because the
wrong PUK2 has been entered 10 times.
Services controlled by PIN2 cannot be used.
Contact your Service Provider.
Warning
Store Full
Continue?
The message area is full. Your messages cannot
be stored until some of the currently stored
messages are deleted.
Auto Redial
List Full
Redial list of unsuccessfully dialled numbers is
full. Switch the phone off and then on again.
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Specifications
Specifications
Telephone
Type
Temperature range
Charging
Storage
GSM900 Class 4
GSM1800 Class 1
+5°C to +35°C
-20°C to +60°C
Battery – Attached to phone
Battery Pack (S)
Weight
88g
Dimensions
Height x Width x Depth
118 x 42 x 16.5mm
Supply Voltage
3.7V DC, 650mAh Li-Ion
Standby time (h)
Talk Time (h)
Up to 95
3.3
Charge Time (min)
100
NOTE: Charge time will be longer when the phone is turned on.
Battery life is affected by the network you are using and the
condition of the battery pack.
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Notes
Notes
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The Serial Number can be found on the outside of the phone
under the battery. For your convenience we recommend that you
note the following details as a record of your purchase.
Part Number
Serial Number
Dealer Name
Purchase Date
BULL CP8 PATENT
© Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Limited 1999
Information in this document is subject to change without notice. No
part of these instructions may be reproduced or transmitted in any
form or by any means without obtaining express permission from
Matsushita Communication Industrial UK Limited
7LB230A
Printed in UK
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