Panasonic KXTU301SPME Operating instructions

Panasonic KXTU301SPME Operating instructions
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Operating Instructions
Easy Use Mobile Phone
Model No.
KX-TU301 SP
Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic product.
Please read these operating instructions before using the unit and save them for
future reference.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Accessory information ..................................3
General information ......................................3
Important Information
For your safety .............................................4
Important safety instructions ........................6
For best performance ...................................6
Other information .........................................6
SAR ..............................................................7
Specifications ...............................................7
Getting Started
Setting up .....................................................8
Note when setting up ...................................9
Controls ......................................................10
Display .......................................................11
Turning the power on/off ............................12
Initial settings .............................................12
Making/Answering Calls
Making calls ...............................................14
Answering calls ..........................................14
Call log .......................................................15
Useful features during a call .......................15
Network service features during a
call ..............................................................16
Messages
Character entry ..........................................18
Text message (SMS) .................................18
Voicemail service .......................................20
Phonebook
Phonebook .................................................21
Speed dial ..................................................23
Settings and Tools
Changing the settings ................................24
Call settings ................................................27
Priority call ..................................................28
Security settings .........................................29
Clock settings .............................................30
Useful Information
Error messages ..........................................31
Troubleshooting .........................................31
Index
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Index...........................................................34
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Introduction
Accessory information
Supplied accessories
No.
Accessory item/Part number
Quantity
A
AC adaptor/PNLV226CE
1
B
Rechargeable battery/CGA-LB102
1
C
Charger
1
Additional/replacement accessories
Please contact your place of purchase or Panasonic sales office for sales information.
Accessory item
Model number
Rechargeable battery
CGA-LB102
R Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) type battery only.
Headset
KX-TCA94EX
General information
R This phone is designed to operate on GSM network - Dual band GSM 900/1800 MHz. If you
are inside a tunnel, basement, or buildings where does not provide satisfactory reception,
move to another location for better reception.
R This equipment is designed for use in Spain and Portugal.
R In the event of problems, you should contact your equipment supplier in the first instance.
R For use in other countries, please contact your equipment supplier.
Declaration of Conformity:
R Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. declares that this equipment is in compliance with the
essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Radio & Telecommunications Terminal
Equipment (R&TTE) Directive 1999/5/EC.
Declarations of Conformity for the relevant Panasonic products described in this manual are
available for download by visiting:
http://www.doc.panasonic.de
Contact to Authorised Representative:
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
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Important Information
For your safety
Read this section carefully before using the
product to ensure proper and safe operation.
Failure to read them carefully may cause
severe injury, loss of life/property, or be illegal.
WARNING
Power connection
R Use only the power source marked on the
product.
R Do not overload power outlets and
extension cords. This can result in the risk
of fire or electric shock.
R Completely insert the AC adaptor into the
power outlet. Failure to do so may cause
electric shock and/or excessive heat
resulting in a fire.
R Regularly remove any dust, etc. from the
AC adaptor by pulling it from the power
outlet, then wiping with a dry cloth.
Accumulated dust may cause an insulation
defect from moisture, etc. resulting in a fire.
R Unplug the product from power outlets and
remove the battery from the phone if it
emits smoke, an abnormal smell, or makes
an unusual noise. These conditions can
cause fire or electric shock. Confirm that
smoke has stopped emitting and contact an
authorised service centre.
R Unplug from power outlets and never touch
the inside of the product if its casing has
been broken open.
R Never touch the plug with wet hands.
Danger of electric shock exists.
R The AC adaptor should only be used
indoors.
Installation
R This product is not water-resistant. To
prevent the risk of fire or electrical shock,
do not expose the product to rain or any
type of moisture.
R Keep all accessories and the SIM card out
of the reach of children to prevent
swallowing.
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R This product emits radio waves and may
cause interference to other electronic
devices.
R Do not allow the AC adaptor to be
excessively pulled, bent or placed under
heavy objects.
R To prevent serious damage to this product,
avoid strong impacts and rough handling.
Battery
R Use only the battery specified.
R Risk of explosion if battery is replaced with
an incorrect type. Dispose of used batteries
according to the instructions.
R Do not open, puncture, crush, or drop the
battery. A damaged battery must not be
used. This can result in the risk of fire,
explosion, overheating, and leaking of the
electrolyte.
R Stop using the battery immediately and
keep away from fire if it emits an abnormal
smell or leaks electrolyte. Released
electrolyte may cause fire or burns.
R Do not touch released electrolyte if the
battery leaks. It may cause burns or injury
to the eyes or skin. The electrolyte is toxic
and may be harmful if swallowed. If you
touch it, immediately wash the affected
areas with water and seek medical help.
R Exercise care when handling the battery.
Do not allow conductive materials such as
rings, bracelets, or keys to touch the
battery, otherwise a short circuit may cause
the battery and/or the conductive material
to overheat and cause burns.
R Do not use or charge a wet battery. This
can result in the risk of fire, explosion,
overheating, and leaking of the electrolyte.
R Charge the battery provided with or
identified for use with this product only, in
accordance with the instructions and
limitations specified in this manual.
R Only use a compatible charger to charge
the battery. Do not tamper with the charger.
Failure to follow these instructions may
cause the battery to swell or explode.
Operating safeguards
R Unplug the product from power outlets
before cleaning. Do not use liquid or
aerosol cleaners.
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Important Information
R Do not disassemble the product.
R Do not allow liquids such as water, or
foreign materials such as metal pieces or
flammable materials to get into the SIM
card slot. This can result in the risk of fire,
electric shock, or malfunction.
R Do not leave this product near heat sources
(such as radiators, cookers, etc.), in direct
sunlight, or in a car under blazing sun. It
should not be placed in rooms where the
temperature is less than 0 °C or greater
than 40 °C.
R You are advised not to use the phone in an
aircraft. Turn the phone off before boarding
an aircraft. Set the alarm function off so that
the phone cannot be automatically turned
on. Using this phone in an aircraft may be
hazardous to the aircraft’s operation and
disrupt wireless communication. It may also
be illegal.
R You are advised not to use this product at
refuelling points. Users are reminded to
observe restrictions on the use of radio
equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants
or where blasting operations are in
progress.
R It is imperative that drivers exercise proper
control of vehicles at all times. Do not use a
phone 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. Always acquaint yourself
thoroughly with restrictions concerning the
use of phones within the area where you
are driving and observe them at all times.
R RF signals may affect electronic systems in
motor vehicles (for example, fuel injection,
air bag systems) that have been improperly
installed or are inadequately shielded. For
more information, consult the manufacturer
of your vehicle or its equipment.
R The use of excessive sound volume
through earphones, headphones, or
headsets may cause hearing loss.
R Do not shine the light close to anybody’s
eyes or turn the light in the direction of car
drivers. This can result in the risk of injuries
or accident.
Medical
R Consult the manufacturer of any personal
medical devices, such as pacemakers or
implanted cardioverter defibrillators to
determine if they are adequately shielded
from external RF (radio frequency) energy.
R Wireless Technology Research (WTR)
recommends a minimum separation of
15.3 cm between a wireless device and an
implanted medical device such as
pacemaker or implanted cardioverter
defibrillator to avoid potential interference
with the medical device. If you have any
reason to suspect that your phone is
interfering with a pacemaker or other
medical devices, turn off the phone
immediately and contact the manufacture of
pacemaker or other medical devices.
R Turn off the phone in hospitals or health
care facilities when any regulations posted
in the area instruct you to do so. Hospitals
or health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to
external RF energy.
Hearing aids
R This phone is hearing aid compatible and is
rated equivalent to the M3 ranking of the
ANSI C63.19 test method. Most hearing
aids on the market should be compatible
with this product but compatibility is not
guaranteed. Please consult with your
Doctor or hearing aid manufacturer before
using a hearing aid with this product.
CAUTION
Installation
R The AC adaptor is used as the main
disconnect device. Ensure that the AC
outlet is installed near the product and is
easily accessible.
R It is recommended that you keep a written
record of any important data which you
store in your phone or SIM card in order to
avoid accidental loss.
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Important Information
SIM card
Routine care
R Do not place magnetic cards or similar
objects near the phone. Magnetic data on
cash cards, credit cards, telephone cards
and floppy disks, etc. may be deleted.
R Do not put magnetic substances close to
the phone. Strong magnetism might affect
operation.
R Do not damage, carelessly handle, or
short-circuit the gold-coloured contacts.
Data might be lost or malfunction may
result.
R Wipe the outer surface of the product
with a soft and dry cloth.
R Do not use benzine, thinner, or any
abrasive powder.
Important safety
instructions
When using your product, basic safety
precautions should always be followed to
reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, and
injury to persons, including the following:
1. Do not use this product near water, for
example, near a bathtub, washbowl,
kitchen sink, laundry tub, or near a
swimming pool.
2. Avoid using the phone if charging during
an electrical storm. There may be a
remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
3. Do not use the phone to report a gas leak
in the vicinity of the leak.
4. Use only the power cord and battery
indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of
battery in a fire. They may explode. Check
with local codes for possible special
disposal instructions.
5. Do not paint or attach a thick sticker to the
phone. This may prevent proper operation.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
For best performance
Environment
R The product should be kept free from
excessive smoke, dust, moisture, high
temperature and vibration.
R To avoid damage, charge the battery only
in temperatures ranging from 5 °C to 40 °C.
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Other information
Notice for product disposal, transfer,
or return
R This product and SIM card can store your
private/confidential information. To protect
your privacy/confidentiality, we recommend
that you erase information such as contacts
stored in the contacts list, call logs, and text
messages (SMS) from the memory before
you dispose of, transfer, or return the
product.
Information for Users on Collection
and Disposal of Old Equipment and
used Batteries
1
2
3
These symbols (A, B, C) on the products,
packaging, and/or accompanying documents
mean that used electrical and electronic
products and batteries should not be mixed
with general household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling
of old products and used batteries, please
take them to applicable collection points, in
accordance with your national legislation and
the Directives 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and batteries
correctly, you will help to save valuable
resources and prevent any potential negative
effects on human health and the environment
which could otherwise arise from inappropriate
waste handling.
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Important Information
For more information about collection and
recycling of old products and batteries, please
contact your local municipality, your waste
disposal service or the point of sale where you
purchased the items.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect
disposal of this waste, in accordance with
national legislation.
Note for the battery symbol
SAR. The SAR limit for wireless devices is
2 W/kg. The highest SAR value for this device
tested at the ear was 0.545 W/kg. The highest
SAR value for this device tested on the body
was 0.525 W/kg.*1
As SAR is measured utilizing the devices
highest transmitting power the actual SAR of
this unit while operating is typically below that
indicated above. This is due to automatic
changes to the power level of the device to
ensure it only uses the minimum level required
to communicate with the network.
The World Health Organization has stated that
present scientific information does not indicate
the need for any special precautions for the
use of wireless devices. They note that if you
want to reduce your exposure then you can do
so by limiting the length of calls.
Additional Information can be found on the
websites:
World Health Organization
(http://www.who.int/emf)
ICNIRP (http://www.icnirp.org)
*1 For body-worn operation, this device
must be separated from the body by a
minimum of 1.5 cm.
This symbol (B) might be used in
combination with a chemical symbol (C). In
this case it complies with the requirement set
by the Directive for the chemical involved.
Specifications
For business users in the European
Union
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic
equipment, please contact your dealer or
supplier for further information.
Information on Disposal in other
Countries outside the European Union
These symbols (A, B, C) are only valid in
the European Union. If you wish to discard
these items, please contact your local
authorities or dealer and ask for the correct
method of disposal.
SAR
THIS MODEL MEETS INTERNATIONAL
GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES and the requirements of the EU
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Your wireless device is a radio transmitter and
receiver. It is designed not to exceed radio
wave exposure limits recommended by
international guidelines. These guidelines
were developed by the independent scientific
organisation ICNIRP and include safety
margins designed to assure the protection of
all persons, regardless of age and health.
These guidelines also form the basis of
international regulations and standards on RF
Exposure.
The guidelines use a unit of measurement
known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or
R Standard:
Dual-Band GSM 900/1800 MHz
R Power source:
220–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
R Power consumption (When charging):
Standby: Approx. 0.2 W
Maximum: Approx. 4.0 W
R Operating/Charging conditions:
Operating: 0 °C – 40 °C, 20 % – 80 %
relative air humidity (dry)
Charging: 5 °C – 40 °C
R Battery:
Li-Ion 3.7 V/940 mAh
R Antenna:
Internal
R SIM card type:
1.8 V/3 V
Note:
R The illustrations in these instructions may
vary slightly from the actual product.
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Getting Started
Setting up
Installing the SIM card and the
battery
Important:
R Make sure the phone is turned off and the
AC adaptor is disconnected before
removing the battery.
R Use only the battery specified.
1
2
Open the battery cover.
Position the SIM card as shown below
with the gold-coloured contacts facing
down and the notched corner turned to
the left. Carefully slide the SIM card into
the SIM card slot until the tab is
positioned on the SIM card edge.
Removing the SIM card
To remove the SIM card, press the tab and
place a finger on the opposite side of the SIM
card edge, then gently slide it out.
Battery charging
Charge for about 3 hours. Charging time and
battery life might differ when the phone is
out of GSM network range.
R When the battery is fully charged, the
charge indicator goes off and “Fully
charged” is displayed.
R Use only the supplied AC adaptor.
n Charging with charger
Hook
(220-240 V AC,
50/60 Hz)
Charge indicator
Confirm “Charging” is
displayed.
3
Insert the battery, and then close the
battery cover.
B
A
R When the language selection is
displayed, see page 12.
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n Charging without charger
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Note when setting up
Note for installing the SIM card and
the battery
R When inserting or removing the SIM card,
take care not to accidentally touch or
scratch the gold-coloured contacts.
R Wipe the battery end ( ,
) with a dry
cloth.
R Avoid touching the battery end ( ,
) or
the unit contacts.
Battery level
Colour
Icon
Green
Battery level
High
Medium
Low
Red
Needs charging.
Panasonic Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery
performance (supplied battery)
Note for battery charging
Operation
Operating time*1
R Charge the battery in a place with an
appropriate ambient temperature ranging
from 5 °C to 40 °C.
R The AC adaptor should only be used
indoors.
R Do not put any conductive materials such
as coins or hairpins onto the charge
contacts. This can result in the risk of
overheating.
R It is normal for the phone and the AC
adaptor to feel warm during charging.
R The AC adaptor should be connected to a
vertically oriented or floor-mounted AC
outlet. Do not connect the AC adaptor to a
ceiling-mounted AC outlet, as the weight of
the adaptor may cause it to become
disconnected.
R Clean the charge contacts of the phone
and charger with a soft and dry cloth once a
month. Clean more often if the unit is
exposed to grease, dust, or high humidity.
In continuous use
3.8-9.0 hours
Not in use (standby)
280 hours max.
*1
Operating time is dependent upon usage
environment, battery age and condition.
Note:
R The battery might swell when its life is close
to an end. This is dependent on the usage
conditions and is not a problem.
R The battery level may not be displayed
correctly after you replace the battery. In
this case, charge the battery again.
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Getting Started
M
Controls
N: Call voicemail
Connector cover
A
K
B
Receiver
M N (Key lock)
M
C
N (Light)
Press and hold to keep the light on.
Display
D
M
N (Off/Power)
M
N (Clear/Mute)
N L M
Microphone
F
O
Charge contacts
G
P
E
H
I
M
N (Priority call)
Speaker
Key functions
J
Q
R
S
T
Light
Headset jack
Charge indicator
Ringer indicator
MjN/MkN (
: Volume up/down)
Navigator key
M
N (Talk)
Centre of navigator key/
Confirmation key
M N (Speakerphone)
Dial keypad
M
N: International call “+”/
Space insert “ ”
10
Function key
– M
N: Make calls/function key to select the
feature shown above.
N: End calls/function key to select
– M
the feature shown above.
Navigation Key
– Centre of navigator key: Select the feature
shown above.
– MDN, MCN, MFN, or MEN: Scroll through various
lists and items or move the cursor to edit
number or name.
– MEN or MFN: Adjust the receiver or speaker
volume while talking.
– MDN: Open the main menus (page 12).
– MCN: View the contacts list (page 21).
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Symbol
Display
R New text message (SMS)
received. (page 19)
R Text message (SMS)
which has not been sent or
read.
R When flashing:
Text message (SMS)
memory is full.
Display symbols
Symbol
Meaning
Meaning
R Signal strength: the more
bars visible, the stronger
the signal.
R R: The phone is currently
seeking or using another
network outside your home
network.
Text message (SMS) which
has been sent.
Text message (SMS) which
has already been read.
Battery level
Key lock is on. (page 13)
New voicemail message
received.*1 (page 20)
Silent mode is on. (page 13)
Alarm is on. (page 30)
Vibration mode is on.
(page 24)
Night mode is on. (page 30)
The line is on a call.
Speakerphone is on.
(page 14)
Ringer volume is off.
(page 14)
Incoming call
Outgoing call
Missed call
Mute is on. (page 15)
Equalizer is set. (page 15)
The call is on hold.
(page 16)
*1
Voicemail subscribers only
Function items
Icon
Action
Displays the menu.
Accepts the current
selection.
Returns to the previous
screen.
Opens the recent call log.
Makes a call.
Ends the call.
Headset (option) is connected.
Opens the option menu.
Text messages (SMS) or
contacts saved to the phone.
(page 18, 21)
Answers a 2nd call.
(page 16)
Text messages (SMS) or
contacts saved to the SIM
card. (page 18, 21)
Opens the contacts list.
(page 21)
Resets the call duration.
Stores phone numbers.
Selects multiple items.
(page 30)
Stops alarm. (page 30)
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Icon
Action
Activates the snooze for
alarm. (page 30)
Turns the power off when
alarm sounds. (page 30)
Important:
R The phone may prompt you to set display
language and date and time each time a
new SIM card is installed.
A MbN: Select your desired language. ®
Menu items
B Continue from step 3 in “Date and
time”, page 12.
The following items are shown when you
press
(centre of the navigator key).
Item
Feature
Messages
Phonebook
Call Log
Settings
Tools
Clock Settings
Turning the power on/off
Power on
Press M
N for about 1 second.
Note:
R PIN1 code request is displayed if the
inserted SIM card is initially PIN locked or
PIN1 code request is set to on (page 29).
Enter PIN1 code and press
or M#N.
Display language
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
Symbol meaning:
Example: MbN: “Off”
Press MCN or MDN to select the words in
quotations.
12
MbN: “Language” ®
MbN: Select your desired language. ®
Date and time
N for about 2 seconds.
Initial settings
®
Note:
R If you select a language you cannot read:
®
®
® MCN 2 times ®
® MDN ®
® MbN: Select your desired
language. ®
Power off
Press M
®
MbN: “Display” ®
®
®
MbN: “Date & Time” ®
Enter the current date, month, and year.
®
Example: 15 July, 2011
M1N M5N M0N M7N M2N M0N M1N M1N
R To change the date format:
® MbN: Select the desired format.
®
Enter the current hour and minute. ®
Example: 9:30
M0N M9N M3N M0N
R To change the time format:
® MbN: Select “AM”, “PM”, or “24
hours”. ®
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Note:
R The date and time may be incorrect when
the battery is dead or replaced. In this case,
set the date and time again.
R To adjust the hour for summer time, see
page 26.
Audible dialling
When you turn this feature on, numbers are
announced when pressing dial keys. The
default setting is “Normal”.
1
2
3
4
®
®
MbN: “Sound” ®
MbN: “Audible Dialling” ®
MbN: Select “Loud”, “Normal”, or “Off”.
®
Note:
R The dial announcement is the same as the
display language (page 12).
Profile
You can set the silent mode by pressing M#N
for about 2 seconds in standby mode.
n Changing the profile setting from menu
tree:
1
®
®
2
3
MbN: “Profile” ®
MbN: Select “Normal” or “Silent”.
®
Key lock
The keypad can be locked to prevent any keys
from being accidentally pressed.
Slide M N (right side of the phone) to lock or
unlock.
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Making/Answering Calls
Making calls
1
Enter the phone number (40 digits max.).
R To correct a digit, press M
N.
2
3
Press M
Press M
N to dial.
N to end the call.
Note:
R To insert a pause, press and hold M N until
“p” is displayed. A 3 second pause is
inserted each time “p” is displayed.
R To set the auto redial feature, see
page 25.
Using the speakerphone
1
Enter the phone number and press M N.
R Speak alternately with the other party.
2
Press M
N to end the call.
Note:
R For best performance, use the
speakerphone in a quiet environment.
R To switch back to the receiver, press M N
N.
or M
Adjusting the receiver or speaker
volume
There are 6 volume levels (1 to 6) available.
Press M N or M N repeatedly while talking.
R When you try to set the receiver volume to
level 5 or 6, “Access volume booster
mode?” is displayed. Press
to
continue adjusting the volume.
Note:
R Even if you set the receiver volume to level
5 or 6, the volume decreases to level 4
when the phone is turned off.
International call
1
N until the
Press and hold M
international prefix “+” is displayed.
2
Enter the country/region code, area code,
and phone number. ® M
N
14
Emergency call
To make an emergency call, the phone must
be within the range of a GSM network.
To make an emergency call:
Enter the emergency number. ® M
N
Note:
R When “Limited Service” is displayed
(page 31), you may not be able to make
an emergency call. Call the international
emergency number “112”, if your country
supports this number.
R If you find that a number does not work on
your phone, or for details of emergency
numbers, please contact your network
operator.
Answering calls
When a call is being received, the ringer
indicator flashes.
1
Press M
N or M N to answer a call.
R You can also answer a call by pressing
any dial key from M0N to M9N, M N, or
M#N. (Any key answer feature:
page 25)
R To reject the call, press M
N.
2
Press M
N to end the call.
Adjusting the ringer volume
n While the phone is ringing for an
incoming call:
Press M N or M N repeatedly to select the
desired volume.
R You cannot adjust the ringer volume
while the phone is ringing in silent mode
(page 13).
n Programming the volume beforehand:
®
®
1
2
3
4
MbN: “Sound” ®
MbN: “Ringer Volume” ®
Press M N or M N to select the
desired volume.
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Making/Answering Calls
Temporary ringer off
Call log options
While the phone is ringing for a call, you can
turn the ringer off temporarily by pressing
M
N.
In the call log list, the following options are
available by pressing
:
R “Use Number”: edit and call using the
phone number.
R “Detail”: view the caller’s information.
R “Create Message”: write and send text
messages (SMS).
R “Add Phonebook”: edit and store the
phone number to the contacts list.
R “Delete”: delete a caller’s log.
R “Delete All”: delete all caller logs from
the selected call log list.
Call log
This phone has 4 call log lists. The last 10
incoming, outgoing, and missed calls are
stored in each call log (each 40 digits max.).
The recent call log list displays the last 30
calls (incoming, outgoing, and missed), beside
3 other types of call log.
Note:
R When a caller’s phone number matches a
phone number stored in the contacts list,
the stored name is displayed and logged.
– “Unknown Number” is displayed when
a call cannot be received displaying a
phone number.
– “Withheld” is displayed when the
caller requests not to send a phone
number.
Making a call using the call log
1
2
N to display the recent call log
Press M
list in standby mode.
R Press MEN or MFN to select the desired
call log lists.
MbN: Select the desired phone number. ®
M
N
Note:
R You can check and reset the duration of
incoming, outgoing, and the last call.
To check the call duration:
®
®
® MbN: “Call
Duration” ®
Missed calls
If a call is not answered, the phone treats it as
a missed call. “Missed Call(s)” and the
number of missed calls are shown on the
display. You can view the missed call log by
pressing
when it is displayed.
Useful features during a
call
Mute
While mute is on, you can hear the other
party, but the other party cannot hear you.
1
2
Press M
N during conversation.
To return to the conversation, press
M
N again.
Voice equalizer
This feature clarifies the voice of the person
you are talking to, producing a more
natural-sounding voice that is easier to hear
and understand. The default setting is
“Normal”.
1
2
3
Press
during conversation.
MbN: “Equalizer” ®
MbN: Select “Normal”, “Treble
Boost”, or “Bass Boost”. ®
Note:
R Depending on the condition and quality of
network, this feature may amplify existing
line noise. If it becomes difficult to hear,
turn this feature off.
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Making/Answering Calls
Network service features
during a call
You must first subscribe to the services of
your network operator. Please contact your
network operator for details and availability of
the services in your area.
Hold
This feature allows you to put a call on hold.
1
2
3
Press
during conversation.
To release hold, press
“Retrieve” ®
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n When receiving another call:
1 Press
to answer the 2nd call.
2
3
To answer the 2nd call:
Press
.
R The 1st call is put on hold and
displays the line on hold.
To make another call:
Enter the phone number. ® M
N
R Using the contacts list:
® MbN: “Menu” ®
®
®
® MbN: “Contacts” ®
® MbN: Select the desired contact. ®
M
N
R The 1st call is put on hold and
displays the line on hold.
To switch between calls:
® MbN: “Swap” ®
To end a call:
MbN: Select the call you want to end. ®
N
M
To end all calls:
® MbN: “Release All” ®
® MbN: “Merge” ®
While on the conference call, press
N to end.
M
n When making another call:
1 Enter the phone number. ® M
2
3
4
. ® MbN:
This feature allows you to receive and make
calls to other parties while on the phone. If you
receive a call while on the phone, you will hear
a very brief call waiting tone.
To receive a 2nd call displaying the 2nd
caller’s information, activate the call waiting
feature (page 27).
2
This feature allows you to have a conversation
with up to 5 parties at the same time.
MbN: “Hold” ®
For call waiting service users
1
For conference call service users
N
.
After the call is connected, press
MbN: “Merge” ®
While on the conference call, press
N to end.
M
Useful features during a conference
call
1
2
During a conference call, press
.
MbN: “Browse conf.” ®
R All members in the conference call are
displayed, either by name or number.
3
MbN: Select the desired phone number. ®
4
MbN: “Split” ®
R To end the selected caller’s
participation, select “Disconnect”.
®
R The remaining callers can continue
with the conference call.
5
To re-build the conference, press
® MbN: “Merge” ®
.
For transferring call service users
This feature allows you to transfer and
connect 2 outside calls.
1
When receiving another call:
Press
to answer the 2nd call.
When making another call:
Enter the phone number. ® M
N
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2
Press M4N and M
N.
R Calls are automatically ended after the
other parties connect successfully.
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Messages
Character entry
Text message (SMS)
The dial keys are used to enter characters and
numbers. Each dial key has multiple
characters assigned to it. The characters that
can be entered depend on the input mode.
– Press MFN or MEN to move the cursor.
– Press dial keys to enter characters and
numbers.
– Press M#N to select the desired symbol.
– Press M
N to erase the character or
number to the left of the cursor. Press and
hold M
N to erase all characters or
numbers to the left of the cursor.
– Press M N (A®a) to change the input letter
case. For example, small letter (abc), auto
case (Abc), and capital letter (ABC).
– To enter another character located on the
same dial key, press MEN to move the
cursor to the next space, then press the dial
key again.
– If you do not press any dial key for about 1
second after entering a character, the
character is fixed.
SMS (Short Message Service) allows you to
send and receive text messages using
network services. To use SMS features, you
must confirm that the correct service centre
number is stored. Contact your network
operator for details and availability of this
service.
Note:
R The service centre number may be
preprogrammed to the SIM card
(page 20).
R You can save SMS messages in the phone
or SIM card by changing storage media
(page 20). SMS messages are
automatically saved to other media when
the memory of the current media is full.
R SMS messages saved in the phone are
indicated by and those saved in the SIM
Selecting input modes and the
symbols
The available input modes are Alphabet (abc),
Numeric (123), Greek (
), Extended 1
(
), and Extended 2 (
). You can select
which mode is entered by pressing a dial key
repeatedly in all modes except Numeric.
When the phone displays the character
entry screen,
n To select the input mode:
® MbN: “Input mode” ®
®
MbN: Select the desired input mode. ®
n To select the symbols:
M#N ® Press MDN, MCN, MFN, or MEN to select
the desired symbol. ®
R
is used only for text message (SMS)
entry.
card are indicated by
.
R A total of 100 SMS messages at 160
characters (70 characters depending on
type) per message can be saved in the
phone. The maximum number of SMS
message that can be stored to the SIM card
is dependent on your SIM card.
R The phone can send or receive SMS
messages beyond the character limit for a
single message. Longer messages are sent
as a series of 2 or more messages. The
message length indicator at the top of the
screen displays the number of characters
remaining and the number of SMS
messages required to send.
R Characters that cannot be displayed are
shown as “?” instead.
Writing and sending a new
message
1
2
3
18
®
®
MbN: “Create Message” ®
R The display shows any unfinished or
unsaved text for you to continue.
Enter a message. ®
R To change the input letter, press M
(page 18).
N
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R To change the input mode:
® MbN: “Input mode” ®
® MbN: Select the desired input mode
(page 18). ®
R To save the message:
® MbN: “Save” ®
4
Enter destination phone number (20 digits
max.). ®
R Using the contacts list:
® MbN: Select the desired
2 times
contact. ®
5
To send the message, select “Yes”. ®
R The sent message is automatically
saved to outbox.
R If you select “No”, the display returns
to step 4.
Note:
R This phone supports long messages (3
connected SMS messages max.) of up to
459 or 201 characters depending on
character type. However, the maximum
number of characters you can send or
receive may be limited by your network
operator. Contact your network operator for
details.
R If your SMS message contains over 160
characters (70 characters depending on
character type), it is a long message. The
message length indicator in the upper-right
of the screen displays the number of
characters remaining and the number of
SMS messages required to send. Your
network operator may treat long messages
differently from other SMS messages.
Contact your network operator for details.
R You cannot send or receive SMS
messages containing pictures, sound, or
contacts list.
Reading a received message
When an SMS message is received:
– an SMS ring tone is heard (if the ringer
volume is on).
– the phone vibrates (if the silent mode is on,
page 13).
– “New Message(s)” is displayed with the
total number of new (unread) SMS
messages.
is displayed.
–
Note:
R SMS messages are automatically saved to
other media when the memory of the
current media is full (page 20).
R When the SMS message memory is full,
you cannot receive any new SMS
messages. Erase unnecessary SMS
messages (page 19) to receive new SMS
messages.
1
2
3
4
®
®
MbN: “Inbox” ®
MbN: Select a message.
R To scroll through the SMS messages,
press and hold MCN or MDN.
Press
to read the message content.
Note:
R Display the inbox by simply pressing
when “New Message(s)” is displayed.
Replying to a received message
1
While reading a received message, press
.
2
3
MbN: “Reply Message” ®
4
Edit the destination phone number if
necessary. ®
5
To send the message, select “Yes”. ®
Enter a message (page 18). ®
R To save the message:
® MbN: “Save” ®
SMS options
In the inbox, outbox, and draftbox, the
following options are available by pressing
:
R “Use Number”: edit and call using the
recipient’s or sender’s phone number.
R “Reply Message”: reply to the SMS
message.
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Messages
R “Forward Message”: edit and send an
SMS messages from inbox.
R “Edit Message”: edit and send an SMS
messages from outbox or draftbox.
R “Add Phonebook”: edit and store the
recipient’s or sender’s phone number or the
numbers in the SMS message to the
contacts list.
R “Delete”: erase an SMS message.
R “Delete All”: erase all SMS messages
from the selected box.
Storing the voicemail access
number
In order to listen to your voicemail messages,
you must dial your network operator’s
voicemail access number.
1
2
3
4
SMS settings
In the SMS menu, you can change the
following settings. To change the settings:
®
®
® MbN: “Settings” ®
R “Service Centre”: change and store the
service centre number.
R “Validity Period”: set the time period
during which the service centre will try to
resend the SMS message if it has not been
delivered.
R “Status Report”: receive status reports
to find out whether your sent SMS
messages have been successfully
delivered or not.
R “Reply Path”: SMS messages may be
sent using another service centre number
when this feature is turned on.
R “Storage Media”: select the memory
location of SMS messages from SIM or
phone.
R “Memory Status”: check the amount of
current SMS messages.
Voicemail service
Voicemail is an automatic answering service
offered by your network operator. Contact
your network operator for details and
availability of this service.
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®
®
MbN: “Voicemail” ®
MbN: “Voicemail number” ®
Enter the voicemail access number (20
digits max.). ®
Listening to voicemail messages
When you have new voicemail messages,
is displayed or the text message (SMS) is
received, depending on your network operator.
1
Press and hold M
mode.
2
Press M
N when in standby
N to end the call.
Note:
R Step 1 variation:
®
®
® MbN: “Voicemail”
®
® MbN: “Call Voicemail” ®
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Phonebook
Phonebook
Adding contacts
You can store 100 names and phone numbers
to the contacts list in the phone. The
maximum number of names and phone
numbers that can be stored to the SIM card is
dependent on your SIM card. Make sure of the
memory location (phone or SIM card) before
adding contacts (page 22).
1
2
3
4
®
Important:
R A maximum of 254 SIM card contacts can
be displayed regardless of how many
contacts are stored in your SIM card.
1
.
Press MCN or
R
indicates SIM card contacts and
indicates the contacts stored in the
phone.
R To change the input mode for
searching the contacts list:
M#N ® MbN: Select the desired input
mode (page 18). ®
R To change the input letter case for
searching the contacts list, press M N
(page 18).
®
MbN: “Create” ®
MbN: “(No name)” ®
Enter the party’s name. ®
R To change the input letter case, press
M N (page 18).
R To change the input mode:
® MbN: “Input mode” ®
® MbN: Select the desired input mode
(page 18). ®
2
5
6
MbN: Select the desired contact.
R Press a dial key (M0N to M9N) repeatedly
to display each first contact
corresponding to each character
located on the selected dial key
(page 18). If there is no contact
corresponding to the character you
selected, the next contact is displayed.
MbN: “(Number Empty)” ®
3
M
Enter the party’s phone number. ®
R When the selected memory location is
SIM card, go to step 9.
Searching by category
7
8
9
MbN: “(Ungrouped)” ®
MbN: Select the desired group. ®
R To add other contacts, repeat from
step 2.
Note:
R Each contact stored in the contacts list of
the phone is limited to 16 characters max.,
with phone number limited to 40 digits max.
R The number of characters and digits that
can be input into each SIM card contact is
limited by your SIM card.
Finding and calling from contacts
Scrolling through all contacts
All contacts stored in the phone and SIM card
are displayed.
N
1
2
Press MCN or
3
MbN: Select the desired category. ®
R To end the category search, select
“All Users”.
4
MbN: Scroll through the contacts list if
necessary. ® M
N
.
® MbN: “Change Category” ®
Contacts list options
In the contacts list, the following options are
available by pressing
:
R “Edit”: edit and store a contact.
R “Create Message”: write and send a text
message (SMS).
R “Use Number”: edit and call using a
contact.
R “Create”: add a contact to the contacts
list.
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R “Change Category”: select the category
or group to search for in the contacts list.
R “more...”: show more available options.
– “Add Speed Dial”: assign a contact
to a speed dial key.
– “Add to group”: assign a contact to
the group.
– “Copy”: copy a contact from the phone
to SIM card or vice versa.
– “Delete”: delete a contact.
– “Input mode”: change the character
input mode when entering the character.
Groups (contacts stored in the
phone only)
When adding a contact to the phone, you can
assign it to one of 4 groups. You can change
the names of groups to your desired name
and search for contacts by group. You can
also assign a ringer tone for each group.
Assigning a contact stored in the
phone
1
2
3
4
Find the desired contact (page 21).
® MbN: “more...” ®
MbN: “Add to group” ®
MbN: Select the desired group. ®
Changing the group settings
1
2
3
4
®
®
MbN: “Group” ®
MbN: Select a group. ®
To change the group name:
MbN: “Rename” ®
® Press M
N
to delete the current name. ® Edit the
name (16 characters max.; page 18). ®
To change the group ringer tones:
MbN: “Ringtone” ®
® MbN: Select
the desired ringer tone. ®
To reset a group:
MbN: “Reset user group” ®
®
MbN: “Yes” ®
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Copying contacts between the
phone and SIM card
Important:
R Contacts copied from the phone to SIM
card or vice versa are copied without
overwriting any previously copied contacts,
even in the case of duplicates.
Copying a contact
1
2
3
Find the desired contact (page 21).
® MbN: “more...” ®
MbN: “Copy” ®
Copying all contacts
1
2
3
4
5
®
®
MbN: “more...” ®
MbN: “Memory manager” ®
MbN: “Copy All” ®
MbN: Select “Copy to SIM” or “Copy
to Phone”. ®
Phonebook settings
In the phonebook menu, you can change the
following settings. To change the settings:
®
®
® MbN: “more...” ®
R “My Number”: view the phone number
assigned to the SIM card and enter/edit it if
necessary.
R “Memory manager”: show more available
settings menus.
– “Memory Status”: check for free and
used memory capacity in the contacts
list.
– “Copy All”: copy all contacts from the
phone to SIM card or vice versa.
– “Delete All”: erase all contacts from
the phone or SIM card.
– “Save New Entry”: select the
memory location for contacts.
R “Enable FDN”/“Disable FDN” (SIM
card dependent): activate or deactivate
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Phonebook
FDN (Fixed Dialling Number). This feature
allows you to restrict your outgoing calls to
selected phone numbers if supported by
your SIM card. Only the phone numbers
stored in FDN can be shown, dialled, or
messaged when this feature is enabled.
You need to enter PIN2 each time you
access FDN.
R “Service Dial” (SIM card dependent):
access the special services of your network
operator (such as customer support,
emergency services, etc.) if SDN (Service
Dialling Number) is included on your SIM
card.
Speed dial
Assigning a contact to a speed dial
key
1
2
3
4
5
®
®
MbN: “Speed Dial” ®
MbN: Select the desired dial key number.
®
MbN: “Add List” ®
MbN: Select the desired contact. ®
Note:
R If you edit a contact which is assigned to a
speed dial key, the link between the contact
and speed dial key is cut. In this case,
assign the contact to a speed dial key again.
Making a call using a speed dial key
Press the desired speed dial key (M2N to M9N).
®M
N/M N
Cancelling a speed dial assignment
1
2
3
4
5
®
®
MbN: “Speed Dial” ®
MbN: Select the desired dial key number.
®
MbN: “Remove” ®
MbN: “Yes” ®
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Settings and Tools
Changing the settings
You can customise your phone by changing the settings of the following features.
1
2
3
® Press MDN, MCN, MFN, or MEN to select the desired main menu. ®
Press MCN or MDN to select the desired item from the next sub-menus. ®
Press MCN or MDN to select the desired setting. ®
R This step may vary depending on the feature being programmed.
Note:
R In the following table, < > indicates the default settings.
n Main menu:
Sub menu 1
“Settings”
Sub menu 2
Profile
<Normal>
Sound
Display
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Sub menu 3
–
Page
–
13
Ringer Volume*1
<Maximum>
–
14
Ringtone*2
<Ringtone 1>
–
–
SMS Ringtone*2
<Ringtone 2>
–
–
Vibration
<Off>
–
–
Audible Dialling
<Normal>
–
13
Keytone*3
<On>
–
–
Brightness
<Level 4>
–
–
Wallpaper
<Off>
–
–
Background
<Black>
–
–
Clock Display*4
<On>
–
–
Network Name*5
<On>
–
–
Language*6
<Auto>
–
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Settings and Tools
Sub menu 1
Sub menu 2
Sub menu 3
Call
Priority Call
Call Number
Page
28
Message
29
Buzzer
<On>
29
Call Waiting
–
27
Call Divert
–
27
Call Barring
Outgoing Barring
Incoming Barring
more...
Restrict Incoming*7
–
Barring Password
27
Show My ID*8
<Network Set>
–
–
Auto Redial*9
<Off>
–
–
Any Key Answer
<Off>
–
14
Auto Talk*10
<Off>
–
–
PIN1 Request
29
Change PIN1*11
–
Security
Change PIN2
–
Phone Code Request
<Off>
29
Change Phone Code
<0000>
–
–
Network*12
<Auto>
Reset Settings*13
n Main menu:
Sub menu 2
Sub menu 3
–
SIM Tool Kit*14
Sub menu 1
Enter the current 4-digit phone
code. ®
–
–
“Tools”
Sub menu 1
n Main menu:
27
Page
–
–
“Clock Settings”
Sub menu 2
Sub menu 3
Page
Date & Time
–
–
12
Alarm
–
–
30
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Sub menu 1
Sub menu 2
Sub menu 3
Page
Night Mode
–
–
30
Summer Time
<Off>
–
–
–
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
*9
*10
*11
*12
*13
*14
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Ringer volume cannot be set to off for alarm.
The preset melodies in this product are used with permission of © 2010 Copyrights Vision
Inc.
Turn this feature off if you prefer not to hear key tones while you are dialling or pressing any
keys.
This feature allows you to display the clock in standby mode.
This feature allows you to display the current network in standby mode. If 2 network names
are displayed, the upper line shows network name and the lower line shows network
operator’s name. The lower line displays depending on your SIM card.
“Auto” means the phone automatically changes the inserted SIM card language, dictated
by the language setting of the SIM card.
You can set the phone to reject calls when an anonymous call is received.
– “Except Contacts”: reject calls from phone numbers not registered in the contacts list.
– “Withheld”: reject calls when caller information is deliberately withheld.
When an anonymous call is received, it is disconnected and logged by the phone.
When you set to “Off”, you may not be able to make calls depending on the network.
This feature allows the phone to automatically redial multiple times under certain conditions,
such as no answer or when the other party’s line is engaged. To stop auto redial while
N.
redialling, press M
When you turn this feature on, you can answer calls by simply lifting the phone off the
charger while charging.
When you change PIN1 code, make sure that the PIN1 code request is set to “On”.
This feature allows you to set the phone to automatically roam for a network or to just search
manually.
“Auto”: The phone automatically searches for the currently available network.
“Manual”: Depending on network situations the phone displays a list of networks that exist
in the current location, allowing you to manually select the desired network. A network name
with “ ” is an available network that you can select. If the selection fails, re-select the
network from the list.
All settings other than the following items can be reset to factory default:
– Date and time (page 12), Summer time
– Call logs (page 15)
– All text messages (SMS), service centre number, and validity period (page 20)
– Call waiting (page 27), Call divert (page 27), and Call barring (page 27)
– Priority call number, storing SMS message, and buzzer (page 28)
– PIN1 code request (page 29), Phone code
– Contacts, group, fixed dial, and my number in the phonebook settings (page 22)
If your SIM card includes SAT (SIM Application Toolkit), display shows network operator’s
additional menu in this area. The SIM Toolkit allows the applications existing on the SIM
card to interact and operate with your phone. Please contact your network operator for
further information.
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Settings and Tools
Call settings
Call waiting (network service)
Activating/deactivating call waiting
1
2
3
4
®
5
MbN: Select “Activate” or
“Deactivate”. ®
R To check the status, select “Status”.
®
6
Enter/edit the phone number if necessary
(20 digits max.). ®
R When you select “If Unavailable”
or “No Answer” in step 4, select a
delay time (5-30 seconds). ®
®
MbN: “Call” ®
MbN: “Call Waiting” ®
MbN: Select “Activate” or
“Deactivate”. ®
R To check the status, select “Status”.
®
Note:
R For details of call waiting service, see
page 16.
Call divert (network service)
Call barring (network service)
Call barring restricts certain types of incoming
and/or outgoing calls, using a password
supplied by your network operator. Contact
your network operator for details and
availability of this service.
Note:
R Call barring may not work if call divert is
activated (page 27).
This feature allows the phone to divert
incoming calls to another phone number.
Contact your network operator for details and
availability of this service.
Note:
R Call divert may not work if call barring is
activated (page 27).
Activating/deactivating call barring
Activating/deactivating call divert
5
6
1
2
3
4
®
®
1
2
3
4
MbN: “Call” ®
MbN: “Call Divert” ®
MbN: Select the desired situation. ®
– “All Calls”: All calls are diverted.
– “If Unavailable”: Calls are
diverted when if busy, no answer, and
unreachable.
– “If Busy”: Calls are diverted if you
are already on a call.
– “No Answer”: Calls are diverted if
you do not answer a call after a delay.
– “If Unreachable”: Calls are
diverted if the phone is out of GSM
network range.
7
®
®
MbN: “Call” ®
MbN: “Call Barring” ®
MbN: Select “Outgoing Barring” or
“Incoming Barring”. ®
MbN: Select the desired option. ®
MbN: Select “Activate” or
“Deactivate”. ®
R To check the status, select “Status”.
®
Enter the 4-digit barring password. ®
Note:
R If you enter the incorrect barring password
3 times, it then becomes invalid. Contact
your network operator.
Changing the call barring password
1
2
®
®
MbN: “Call” ®
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Settings and Tools
3
4
5
MbN: “Call Barring” ®
6
7
Enter the new 4-digit password. ®
MbN: “Barring Password” ®
Enter the current 4-digit password. ®
Re-enter the new 4-digit password for
verifying. ®
Priority call
Priority call is a function that allows you to ask
a registered person for assistance by sending
a text message (SMS) and making a call,
using M N (back of the phone).
The phone will beep and send an SMS
message, and then call the number you stored
in the call number list. Before using this
feature, you need to store the phone number
(5 numbers max.) to the call number list in the
desired order of priority.
Note:
R M N can be activated while the key lock is
on (page 13).
Priority call procedure
1
Press and hold M N (back of the phone)
for about 3 seconds, or press it 3 times
within 3 seconds when in standby mode.
2
The phone sends an SMS message.
R If the buzzer function is on, the phone
beeps until the SMS message is sent
(page 29).
R If the SMS message is not stored
(page 29), the phone skips this step.
3
The phone dials the 1st phone number in
the call number list. Speakerphone is on.
R To switch to the receiver, press M
N.
4
n If the call is answered, the priority call
procedure is stopped and you can start
the conversation.
R The priority call procedure is stopped
even if the call accesses the voicemail
centre.
OR
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n If the other party is busy, rejects the
call, or does not answer within 60
seconds, the phone automatically dials
the next number. The phone repeats the
sequence of sending SMS message and
dialling the numbers in the call number
list, a maximum of 2 times. If nobody
answers the priority call, the phone
disconnects the call.
Note:
R If you want to stop the priority call
procedure, press M
N during dialling.
Adding a priority call number
You can store the phone number to the priority
call number list (5 numbers max.).
n By entering phone numbers:
1
®
®
2
3
4
5
MbN: “Call” ®
MbN: “Priority Call” ®
MbN: “Call Number” ®
MbN: Select the desired position in the
call number list. ®
6
7
MbN: “(No name)” ®
8
9
MbN: “(Number Empty)” ®
Enter the party’s name (16 characters
max.; page 18). ®
R To change the input mode:
® MbN: “Input mode” ®
® MbN: Select the desired
input mode (page 18). ®
Enter the party’s phone number (40
digits max.). ®
®
n From the contacts list:
1
®
®
2
3
4
5
6
MbN: “Call” ®
MbN: “Priority Call” ®
MbN: “Call Number” ®
MbN: Select the desired position in the
call number list. ®
MbN: “Add List” ®
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MbN: Select the desired contact. ®
Note:
R Storing public institutions such as the
police, rescue services, or fire brigade is
not recommended.
Storing an SMS message
When you store an SMS message, the phone
sends the SMS message before dialling the
priority call number.
Note:
R Make sure the SMS service centre number
is stored (page 20).
1
2
3
4
5
®
®
MbN: “Call” ®
MbN: “Priority Call” ®
MbN: “Message” ®
Enter a message (70 characters max.;
page 18).
R To change the input mode:
® MbN: “Input mode” ®
® MbN: Select the desired input mode
(page 18). ®
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Turning the buzzer on/off
The default setting is “On”.
1
2
3
4
5
®
®
MbN: “Call” ®
MbN: “Priority Call” ®
limit access to the phone. PIN2 is used to
control security of certain provided services
such as fixed dial (page 22). Both PIN
numbers are issued by your network operator.
Important:
R If you enter the incorrect PIN1/PIN2 code 3
times, the SIM card is locked. Enter the
8-digit PUK1 code for PIN1 or the 8-digit
PUK2 code for PIN2 to unlock. Both PUK
numbers are issued by your network
operator.
R If you enter the incorrect PUK1 code 10
times, the SIM card is permanently locked.
The SIM card will need to be replaced as all
information stored will be lost. If you enter
the incorrect PUK2 code 10 times, services
controlled by PIN2 code cannot be used.
Contact your network operator for further
information.
Setting the PIN1 code request
When you turn this feature on, you must enter
PIN1 code each time the phone is turned on.
The default setting is followed by the SIM card
setting.
Important:
R The PIN1 code request cannot be set to
“Off” with some SIM card types.
1
2
3
4
5
6
®
®
MbN: “more...” ®
MbN: “Security” ®
MbN: “PIN1 Request” ®
MbN: Select the desired setting. ®
Enter the current PIN1 code (4 to 8
digits). ®
MbN: “Buzzer” ®
MbN: Select the desired setting. ®
Phone code
The phone code protects the phone against
unauthorised use.
Security settings
PIN code
PIN1/PIN2 protects your SIM card against
unauthorised use. PIN1 is used for security to
Setting the phone code request
When you turn this feature on, you must enter
the phone code each time the phone is turned
on or a new SIM card is inserted. The default
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setting is “Off” and default phone code is
“0000”.
1
2
3
4
5
6
®
®
MbN: “more...” ®
MbN: “Security” ®
MbN: “Phone Code Request” ®
MbN: Select “Power On”, “New SIM
Set”, or “Off”. ®
Enter the current 4-digit phone code. ®
Clock settings
Alarm
An alarm sounds at the set time (once or
weekly) for 30 seconds and is repeated 3
times at 5 minute intervals (snooze function).
A total of 3 separate alarm times can be
programmed. The phone vibrates at the set
time when the silent mode is on (page 13).
1
2
3
4
®
®
MbN: “Alarm” ®
MbN: Select an alarm (1 to 3). ®
MbN: Select the desired alarm option. ®
– “Once”: Alarm sounds once at the set
time. Go to step 6.
– “Weekly”: Alarm sounds weekly at
the set time(s).
– “Off”: Turns alarm off.
5
MbN: Select the desired day of the week
and press
.®
6
7
Set the desired time. ®
MbN: Select the desired ringer tone. ®
R We recommend selecting a different
ringer tone to the one used for calls.
Note:
R Press
to stop the alarm completely.
R Press
to stop the sound but keep the
snooze function activated.
30
R The phone will automatically turn the power
on and sound the alarm at the set time
even if the phone is off.
When the alarm sounds:
– Press
and
to keep the power
on after the alarm completely stops.
– Press
and
to stop the alarm
completely and keep the power off.
– Press
to stop the alarm sound,
keeping the power off but snooze
function active.
– Leave the alarm to sound for 30
seconds, after which the snooze function
is automatically activated and the power
kept off.
R The alarm volume is linked to the ringer
volume setting for incoming calls (page 24).
However, when the ringer volume is set to
off, the alarm still sounds at a low level.
Night mode
Night mode is a function that stops the phone
from ringing when you do not want to be
disturbed. If you set the ring delay, the phone
starts ringing after a selected amount of time
has passed.
Note:
R If you have set the alarm, the alarm sounds
even if the night mode is on.
R Even when the night mode is on, the phone
vibrates while the phone is ringing in silent
mode (page 13).
Turning night mode on/off
1
2
3
4
®
®
MbN: “Night Mode” ®
MbN: Select “On” or “Off”. ®
Enter the desired hour and minute you
wish to start this feature. ®
5
Enter the desired hour and minute you
wish to end this feature. ®
6
MbN: Select the desired ring delay. ®
R If you select “No Ringing”, the
phone never rings during night mode.
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Useful Information
Error messages
Display message
Cause/solution
SIM Error
Contact your network operator for further information.
Limited Service
There is no network service in your current location. Move to
another location where your network can be received
properly.
No Service
There is no network service in your current location. Check
the current status and move to a new location with better
reception (page 11).
PUK1 Blocked!
or
PUK2 Blocked!
You entered incorrect PUK1/PUK2 code 10 times, therefore
PUK1/PUK2 code is blocked. Contact your network operator.
Charging stopped,
charge within specified
temperature range.
Charge the battery in a place with an appropriate ambient
temperature ranging from 5 °C to 40 °C.
Troubleshooting
If you still have difficulties after following the instructions in this section, turn off the phone,
remove the battery, then turn it on again after about 1 minute.
General use
Problem
Cause/solution
The phone does not turn on
even after installing charged
battery.
R Press M
The phone does not work.
R Make sure the SIM card and the battery are installed
correctly (page 8).
R Fully charge the battery (page 8).
The display is blank.
R The phone is in power save mode. Activate the display
again by pressing the centre of the navigator key.
N for about 1
R The phone is not turned on. Press M
second to turn the power on.
The contacts in the contacts list
are not displayed correctly.
R Only characters supported by this phone can be
displayed (page 18).
The display is in a language I
cannot read.
R Change the display language (page 12).
The receiver volume has
changed to level 4, even
though I set it to a higher
volume.
R The receiver volume decreases to level 4 when the phone
is turned off. Adjust the volume again (page 14).
N for about 1 second to turn the power on.
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Battery recharge
Problem
Cause/solution
The phone beeps and/or
flashes.
R Battery charge is low. Fully charge the battery (page 8).
I fully charged the battery, but
–
still flashes or
– the operating time seems to
be shorter.
R Clean the battery end ( ,
) and the charge contacts
with a dry cloth and charge again.
R It is time to replace the battery (page 8).
Making/answering calls
Problem
Cause/solution
Noise is heard, sound cuts in
and out.
R You are using the phone in an area with high electrical
interference. Move to a location away from sources of
interference.
R The GSM network signal is weak. Check the current
status and move to a new location until more bars are
visible (page 11).
The phone does not ring.
R The ringer volume is turned off. Adjust ringer volume
(page 14).
R Night mode is on. Turn it off (page 30).
I cannot make a call.
R The phone is not in a GSM network service coverage
area. Check the current status and move to a new
location until more bars are visible (page 11).
R Outgoing calls are barred. Deactivate the outgoing call
bar settings (page 27).
R Your call is withheld. Change the show my ID setting to a
setting other than “Off” (page 25).
R The key lock is on. Unlock it (page 13).
R Fixed dialling feature is enabled (page 22). Disable it.
I cannot receive a call.
R The phone is not in a GSM network service coverage
area. Check the current status and move to a new
location until more bars are visible (page 11).
R Incoming calls are barred. Deactivate the incoming call
bar settings (page 27).
R A call matching the criteria for incoming restriction is
being received (page 25). Turn the incoming restriction
feature off.
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Useful Information
Messages
Problem
Cause/solution
I cannot send text messages
(SMS).
R The phone could not connect to the service centre.
Confirm that the correct service centre number is stored
(page 20).
R Connection to service centre is temporarily down. Wait
and try again later.
R The destination phone number is incorrect. Enter the
correct destination phone number (page 19) and try again.
R Fixed dialling feature is enabled (page 22). Disable it.
R Recipient is currently out of network or has turned their
power off. Wait and try again later.
I cannot receive text messages
(SMS).
R Text message (SMS) transmission was interrupted. Wait
until the text message (SMS) has been sent before using
phone functions.
I cannot receive voicemail
message notifications.
R When the text message (SMS) memory is full, you may
not be able to receive any new voicemail message
notifications. Erase unnecessary text messages (SMS) to
receive new voicemail message notifications (page 19).
I cannot receive text messages
(SMS) even though the phone
has enough memory to receive
messages.
R Some kind of text messages (SMS) can be received to
the SIM card only. Check the memory status in the SIM
card (page 20) and erase unnecessary text messages
(SMS) (page 19).
I cannot receive E-mail
messages.
R This phone only supports text message (SMS) services.
Contact your network operator for details of this service.
Liquid damage
Problem
Cause/solution
Liquid or other form of moisture
has entered the phone/charger.
R Disconnect the AC adaptor from the phone/charger.
Remove the SIM card and battery from the phone and
leave to dry for at least 3 days. After the phone/charger
are completely dry, insert the SIM card and battery into
the phone. Then reconnect the AC adaptor to charge fully
before use. If the phone does not work properly, contact
your place of purchase or nearest Panasonic service
centre.
Caution:
R To avoid permanent damage, do not use a microwave oven to speed up the drying process.
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Index
Index
A
B
C
D
E
G
H
I
K
L
M
N
P
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Alarm: 30
Answering calls: 14
Any key answer: 14, 25
Audible dialling: 13, 24
Auto redial: 25
Auto talk: 25
Battery: 8
Call barring: 27
Call divert: 27
Call duration: 15
Call log: 15
Call waiting: 16, 27
Character entry: 18
Conference call: 16
Date and time: 12
Display
Background: 24
Brightness: 24
Clock: 24
Language: 12
Network name: 24
Wallpaper: 24
Emergency call: 14
Equalizer: 15
Error messages: 31
Group: 22
Hold: 16
International call: 14
Key lock: 13
Keytone: 24
Light: 10
Making calls: 14
Missed calls: 15
Mute: 15
Network: 25
Night mode: 30
Pause: 14
Phonebook: 21
Contacts list: 21
Contacts list options: 21
Phonebook settings
Fixed dialling number: 22
Memory status: 22
Memory storage location: 22
My number: 22
Service dialling number: 22
R
S
T
V
Power on/off: 12
Profile: 13, 24
Reset settings: 25
Restrict incoming call: 25
Ringer tone: 24
SAT: 25
Security: 25, 29
Phone code: 29
PIN: 29
PUK: 29, 31
Show my ID: 25
Silent mode: 13, 24
SIM: 8
Speakerphone: 14
Speed dial: 23
Summer time: 26
Text message (SMS): 18
Text message (SMS) settings
Memory status: 20
Reply path: 20
Service centre: 20
Status report: 20
Storage media: 20
Validity period: 20
Transferring call: 16
Troubleshooting: 31
Vibration: 24
Voicemail: 20
Volume
Receiver: 14
Ringer: 14, 24
Speaker: 14
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Notes
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For your future reference
We recommend keeping a record of the following information to assist with any repair under
warranty.
Serial No.
Date of purchase
(found on the carton box or on the small rectangular surface just below the battery
compartment)
Name and address of dealer
Attach your purchase receipt here.
1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan
© Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. 2011
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