Panasonic Cell Phone EB-G51U User manual

Panasonic Cell Phone EB-G51U User manual
Safety First ...............................................................1
Care and Maintenance .............................................7
Getting Started .........................................................8
Inserting and Removing the SIM .............................8
Attaching and Removing the Battery .......................8
Charging the Battery ...............................................9
Operation of Battery Level Indicator ........................9
Low Battery Power Warning ....................................9
Keys & Displays .....................................................10
Keys ......................................................................10
Display ...................................................................11
Status Icons ...........................................................11
Symbols used in the Manual .................................12
Menu Display .........................................................12
Menu Structure ......................................................13
Shortcuts from Idle Screen ....................................14
Phone Basics .........................................................15
Phone ON/OFF .....................................................15
Displaying Menu ....................................................15
Making Calls ..........................................................16
Answering Calls .....................................................18
In-Call Options .......................................................19
My Phone Menu Structure .....................................22
My Phone ................................................................23
Sounds .................................................................. 23
Display .................................................................. 26
Language .............................................................. 28
Alert Type .............................................................. 29
Profiles .................................................................. 29
User Messages ..................................................... 31
Auto Answer .......................................................... 32
Any Key Answer .................................................... 32
Reset Defaults ...................................................... 32
Shortcuts ............................................................... 33
My Phonebook ...................................................... 33
T9 Input ................................................................. 33
Games Menu Structure .......................................... 34
Games ..................................................................... 35
Selecting Games ................................................... 35
Phone Book Menu Structure ................................. 36
Phone Book ............................................................ 37
Storing ................................................................... 37
Viewing ................................................................. 39
Options in Phone Book ......................................... 39
Group Settings ...................................................... 40
Memory Status ...................................................... 41
My Numbers .......................................................... 41
Hot Key Dial .......................................................... 42
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Contents
Contents
Contents
My Phonebook ...................................................... 42
Browser Menu Structure ....................................... 43
Browser .................................................................. 44
Server Setting ....................................................... 44
WAP Activating ..................................................... 45
Bookmarks ............................................................ 46
Key Guard ............................................................... 47
Messages Menu Structure .................................... 48
Messages ................................................................ 49
SMS ...................................................................... 49
Options .................................................................. 54
Broadcast .............................................................. 55
Auto Display .......................................................... 57
Text Entry ................................................................ 58
Shift mode .............................................................. 59
T9® Dictionary ........................................................ 59
Text Input ............................................................... 59
Phone Option Menu Structure............................... 61
Phone Option ......................................................... 62
Call Service ........................................................... 62
Call Divert .............................................................. 65
Security ................................................................. 66
Codes ................................................................... 67
Network ................................................................. 69
CSD Setting .......................................................... 69
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GPRS Setting ........................................................ 70
GPRS Info.............................................................. 70
Applications Menu Structure ................................ 72
Applications ........................................................... 73
Games .................................................................. 73
STK (SIM Tool Kit) ................................................. 73
Scheduler .............................................................. 74
Clock ..................................................................... 75
Calculator .............................................................. 77
Currency ............................................................... 78
Melody Composer ................................................. 78
Sound Folder ........................................................ 79
Picture Folder ........................................................ 80
Records Menu Structure........................................ 81
Records .................................................................. 82
Troubleshooting .................................................... 83
Important Error Messages ..................................... 85
Glossary of Terms ................................................. 88
Consumer Update ................................................. 90
Specifications ........................................................ 93
Accessories ............................................................ 94
Warranty ................................................................. 95
Personal Settings .................................................. 97
Licensing ................................................................ 98
Index ....................................................................... 99
Safety First
Your new phone is a convenient and effective communications tool, but it can be hazardous when used improperly. To avoid harming
yourself or anyone else, please review the following information before using your phone.
Batteries
Batteries can cause property damage, injury, or burns if the terminals are touched with a conductive material (for example, metal jewelry,
keys, and so on). Therefore, use caution when handling a charged battery. Additional precautions and notes are listed below:
• Never throw a battery into a fire; it may explode.
• Fully recharge the battery if the battery is low or as soon as
the low-battery alert beeps.
• Do not drop the battery.
• Do not allow bridging of battery contacts with metallic objects.
• Do not remove the battery from the phone while the phone is
powered on. Settings you have changed may revert to their
previous settings.
A recyclable lithium ion/polymer battery powers your phone. Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to
recycle the battery.
Charging Devices
• Do not expose charging adapters to moisture, water, or the
weather.
• Do not use an adapter with a damaged cord.
• When using a DC adapter in an automobile, a small amount of
electricity flows through the adapter, even if the phone is turned
off. Remove the plug from the cigarette lighter whenever the
phone will be left in the vehicle for long periods of time.
• Always charge the battery in a well ventilated area, not in direct
sunlight, between 41°F (5°C) and 95°F (35°C). It is not possible
to recharge the battery if it is outside this temperature range.
• Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery as ordinary trash.
The battery must be disposed of in accordance with local
legislation and may be recycled.
Caution: The cigarette lighter must have a 12V negative ground socket. Do not use the adapter in a vehicle that has a positive ground
system.
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Safety First
Use only Genuine Panasonic charging accessories. Use of attachments not recommended by Panasonic or your Service Provider may
result in fire, electrical shock, or injury. Panasonic is not responsible for damage caused by using non-Panasonic accessories.
Safety First
General
• Do not use the phone in extreme temperature or humidity. The
specified operating temperature range is -22°F to +140°F
(-30°C to +60°C).
• Extreme temperatures may have a temporary effect on the
operation of your phone. This is normal and does not indicate
a fault.
• Do not expose the phone (particularly the display) to direct sunlight
for extended periods of time or to a humid, dusty or hot area.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the phone. There are no userserviceable parts inside.
• Do not subject the equipment to excessive vibration or shock.
• Do not expose the phone to rain or spill liquids on it. If the
equipment becomes wet immediately remove the battery and
charging device and contact your dealer.
• Do not carry the phone by holding the antenna.
• Do not use any accessories other than those designed for use
with your phone.
• Use of attachments not recommended or sold by Panasonic or
your Service Provider may result in fire, electrical shock, or injury.
• Panasonic is not responsible for damages caused by using
non-Panasonic accessories.
• Pressing any of the keys may produce a loud tone. Avoid
holding the phone close to the ear while pressing the keys.
• Keep metallic items that may accidentally touch the battery
terminals away from the equipment. Battery damage may occur.
• When disposing of any packing materials or old equipment
check with your local authorities for information on recycling.
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• If connecting the phone to an external source, read the
operating instructions of the equipment for the correct
connection and safety precautions.
• If connecting the phone to an external source, verify that the
phone is compatible with the product to which you are
connecting it.
Availability of Service
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio
signals, wireless and landline networks, and userprogrammed functions. Because of this, connection in all
conditions cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, you should
never rely solely on any wireless phone for essential
communications (for example, medical emergencies).
Emergency (911) Service
If you need to make an emergency (911) call, power the
phone on, dial 911, and press C. Emergency calls can be
made regardless of lock setting and with or without a SIM
card. Remember, to make or receive any call, the phone must
be switched on and in a service area that has adequate signal
strength. Even if you are within the coverage area of your
Service Provider, you may be in an area with insufficient
signal strength to place a 911 call. Emergency calls might not
be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain
network service and/or phone features are in use.
Call Rejected
Your phone displays Call Rejected under the following
conditions:
1. Call was not able to connect to the network (no circuits
available, no signal available or out of service area).
Safety Tips
Following the suggestions in this section will help ensure safe
and efficient operation of your Panasonic phone.
This Model Phone Meets The Government’s Requirements
For Exposure To Radio Waves.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is
designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits
for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. These
limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish
permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The
guidelines are based on standards that were developed by
independent scientific organizations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards
include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the
safety of all persons, regardless of age and health. The
exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit
of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or
SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/kg. Tests for SAR
are conducted using standard operating positions specified by
the FCC with the phone transmitting at its highest certified
power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR
is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual
SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power
required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to
a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must
be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the
limit established by the government-adopted requirement for
safe exposure. The tests are performed in positions and
locations (e.g., at the ear and worn on the body) as required
by the FCC for each model. The highest SAR value for this
model phone when tested for use at the ear is 0.64 W/kg and
when worn on the body, as described in this user guide, is
0.77 W/kg. (Body-worn measurements differ among phone
models, depending upon available accessories and FCC
requirements). While there may be differences between the
SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all
meet the government requirement for safe exposure.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this
model phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in
compliance with the FCC RF emission guidelines. SAR
information on this model phone is on file with the FCC and
can be found under the Display Grant section of http://
www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after searching on FCC ID HFSG51.
Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR)
can be found on the Cellular Telecommunications Industry
Association (CTIA) web-site at http://www.wow-com.com.
Caution: All Panasonic branded accessories are tested and
comply with FCC RF exposure requirements. NonPanasonic accessories may not comply.
Safety First
2. Battery charge level is too low (recharge battery).
3. Your calling plan is expired, depleted or has reached its preset limit.
Note: Emergency (911) Service is still available.
Antenna Care
Do not use the phone with a damaged antenna. Use only the
supplied or an approved replacement antenna.
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Safety First
Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments
could damage the phone and may violate FCC regulations.
Phone Operation
Normal Position: Hold the phone as you would any other
telephone, with the antenna pointed up and over your shoulder.
For Efficient Operation: For your phone to operate most
efficiently, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the
phone is in use. Contact with the antenna affects call quality
and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level
than otherwise needed.
Driving
Important: Check the laws and regulations on the use of
wireless telephones in the areas where you drive. Always
obey them. Also, if using your phone while driving:
• Give full attention to driving – driving safely is your first
responsibility;
• Use handsfree operation, if available;
• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if
driving conditions so require.
Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF
signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be
shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone.
Pacemakers: The Health Industry Manufacturers
Association recommends that a minimum separation of 6
inches (6”) or 15 centimeters (15 cm) be maintained
between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to
avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These
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recommendations are consistent with independent research
and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
• Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from
their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON;
• Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket;
• Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the
potential for interference;
• If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking
place, turn your phone OFF immediately.
Hearing Aids: Some digital wireless phones may interfere
with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference,
consult your Service Provider and hearing aid manufacturer.
Other Medical Devices: If you use any other personal
medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to
determine if it is adequately shielded from external RF
energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in
obtaining this information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any
regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so.
Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment
that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Vehicles: RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles.
Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding
your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of
any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities: Turn your phone OFF in any facility
where posted notices so require.
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air;
switch off your phone before boarding an aircraft unless
otherwise advised by airline personnel.
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your
phone OFF when in a “blasting area” or in other areas
posted: “Turn off two-way radio.” Obey all signs and
instructions.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions.
Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire
resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but
not always, clearly marked. They include fueling areas such
as gas stations; below deck on boats; fuel or chemical
transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied
petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where
the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust
or metal powders; and any other area where you would
normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects,
including both installed or portable wireless equipment, in
the area over the air bag or in the air bag deployment area.
If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly installed and
the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
For U.S. Customers: Vehicles using liquefied petroleum
gas (such as propane or butane) must comply with the
National Fire Protection Standard (NFPA-58).
For a copy of this standard, contact:
National Fire Protection Association One Batterymarch Park
PO Box 9101 Quincy, MA 02269
Phone: 1-800-344-3555
Web site: www.nfpa.org
E-mail address: [email protected]
See “Consumer Update” starting on page 89 for the FDA
Consumer Update on Mobile Phones published by the U.S.
Food and Drug Administration.
Ten (10) Driver Safety Tips
Your wireless telephone gives you the powerful ability to
communicate by voice-almost anywhere, anytime. But an
important responsibility accompanies the benefits of
wireless phones, one that every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility. When
using your wireless phone behind the wheel of a car,
practice good common sense and remember the following
tips:
1. Get to know your wireless phone and its features such
as speed dial and redial. If available, these features help
you to place your call without taking your attention off the
road.
2. When available, use a hands free device. If possible, add
an additional layer of convenience and safety to your wire-
Safety First
Aircraft
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Safety First
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
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less phone with one of the many hands free accessories
available today.
Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Be able
to access your wireless phone without removing your eyes
from the road. If you get an incoming call at an inconvenient
time, if possible, let your voice mail answer it for you.
Let the person you are speaking with know you are driving; if necessary, suspend the call in heavy traffic or hazardous weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, ice, and
even heavy traffic can be hazardous.
Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving. Jotting down a “to do” list or flipping through your
address book takes attention away from your primary responsibility, driving safely.
Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place
calls when you are not moving or before pulling into traffic. Try to plan calls when your car will be stationary. If you
need to make a call while moving, dial only a few numbers,
check the road and your mirrors, then continue.
Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations
that may be distracting. Make people you are talking with
aware you are driving and suspend conversations that have
the potential to divert your attention from the road.
Use your wireless phone to call for help. Dial 9-1-1 or
other local emergency number in the case of fire, traffic accident or medical emergencies. Remember, it is a free call on
your wireless phone!
Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies.
If you see an auto accident, crime in progress or other serious emergency where lives are in danger, call 9-1-1 or other
local emergency number, as you would want others to do for
you.
10.Call roadside assistance or a special non-emergency
wireless assistance number when necessary. If you see a
broken-down vehicle posing no serious hazard, a broken traffic signal, a minor traffic accident where no one appears
injured, or a vehicle you know to be stolen, call roadside
assistance or other special non-emergency wireless number.
“The wireless industry reminds you to use your phone safely
when driving.”
For more information,
please call 1-888-901-SAFE
or visit www.wow-com.com
Information on this page provided by the Cellular
Telecommunications Industry Association.
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.
Do not leave the equipment in direct sunlight or
a humid, dusty or hot area.
Never throw a battery into a fire. It may explode.
The display quality may deteriorate if the phone is
used in environments over 104°F(40°C) for a long
time.
Do not modify or disassemble the equipment.
There are no user serviceable parts inside.
Do not subject the equipment to excessive
vibration or shocks.
Do not drop the battery.
Avoid contact with liquids. If the equipment
becomes wet, immediately remove the battery
and contact your dealer.
Keep metallic items that may accidentally touch
the terminals away from the equipment/battery.
Batteries can cause property damage, injury, or
burns if terminals are touched with a conductive
material (i.e. metal jewelry, keys, etc.).
Always charge the battery in a well ventilated
area, not in direct sunlight, between 41°F(+5°C)
and 95°F(+35°C). It is not possible to recharge
the battery if it is outside this temperature
range.
Care and Maintenance
Extreme temperatures may have a temporary
effect on the operation of your phone. This is
normal and does not indicate a fault.
When connecting the phone to an external
source, read the operating instructions of the
equipment for the correct connection and safety
precautions. Ensure the phone is compatible
with the product it is being connected to.
When disposing of any packing materials or old
equipment check with your local authorities for
information on recycling.
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Some services detailed are network dependent or may only be available on a subscription basis. Some functions are SIM dependent.
For more information contact your service provider.
Inserting and Removing the SIM
Attaching and Removing the Battery
The SIM is inserted under the battery.
Before removing the battery, ensure that the phone is
switched off and the charger is disconnected from the phone.
Inserting the SIM
Attaching the battery
SIM
2
SIM
1
1
2
Removing the battery
Removing the SIM
SIM
2
SIM
1
1
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2
Charging the Battery
Operation of Battery Level Indicator
Connecting and disconnecting the Fast Travel Charger
The battery must be fitted in the phone before the charger is
connected. Insert the charger into the Charging Connector
and connect the travel charger to the socket-outlet. Then the
Battery Level Indicator will start scrolling. It is recommended
to charge the battery for a minimum of 4 hours before first use.
While charging
Charging
complete
Phone on
>
Phone off
NOTE: DO NOT force the connector as this may damage the phone
and/or the charger. If the battery has been deeply discharged it may
take some time until the charge indicator is displayed.
NOTE: When the battery is deeply discharged, it may take some
time (2 to 3 minutes) until charging starts.
Low Battery Power Warning
Getting Started
When charging is complete disconnect the charger from the
wall socket before removing the plug from the phone.
When the battery power is low, Battery Is Low message will
be displayed. If this occurs during conversation, finish your
call immediately. The power will automatically switch off
after the warning tone. Fully recharge the battery. See
“Charging the Battery” on this page. (Calls can be made and
received while the phone is charging.)
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Keys & Displays
Keys & Displays
Keys
Key
Function
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Navigation Key: Scroll or move through menus, text
and phone numbers. In idle mode, press to enter the
Shortcuts.
A
Left Softkey: Perform the functions displayed
above the key. In idle, press and hold to enter the
SMS menu.
Display
Earpiece
Navigation
Key
Left Softkey
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Personal
Handsfree
Connector
Right Softkey
Cancel / Exit Key
Send Key
Power / End Key
Asterisk
Key
Quiet Mode Key
Charging
Connector
Microphone
@
Right Softkey/Cancel or Exit key: Perform the
functions displayed above the key. Mainly used to
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Status Icons
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The status icons are displayed or animated according to the
currently activated functions. The Antenna, Signal and
Battery icons are displayed when the handset is switched on
and connected to a network. If the phone is not connected
to a network, the network icon will not be displayed.
Icon
P
Indication
Indicates it is possible to make emergency call
SIM supports CPHS and Line1 is selected in
Phone Option menu
Signal strength
Registered to a non-home network - roaming
G
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Call divert is on
Key Guard is enabled
Message area is full
(Flashing)
Unread message is stored
New voicemail message is received
Voice memo (SIM dependent)
Keys & Displays
N
Alarm is set
NOTE: All screen images in the manual are simulated.
Silent Mode is on
Vibration alert is on
GPRS is active
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Battery full level:
- low battery
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Keys & Displays
Symbols Used in the Manual
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4
Menu Display
Press the Navigation key in the direction
indicated by the arrow
The menu system provides the means for accessing the
functions which do not have their own dedicated buttons on
the keypad.
A
Press Left Soft Key
Entering the Menu Display
@
Press Right Soft Key
#~ ,
Press numeric keys
C
D
Press to answer a call or call a dialed number
Press to end a call or long press to switch the
phone on/off
From idle screen
1 A(Menu)
The main menu display has 9 menu options.
(See “Menu Structure” on page 13.)
2 4 desired menuA(Select)
OR
pressing a numeric key will access a menu option directly.
Back to the Menu Display
D repeatedly until the display goes back to the Menu
display.
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Menu Structure
The 9 main menus are as follows.
Games (or STK)*
My Phone
Browser
Key Guard
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2 Bookmarks
3 Settings
Applications
1 Games
2 (STK)*
3 Scheduler
4 Clock
5 Calculator
6 Currency
7 Melody Composer
8 Sound Folder
9 Picture Folder
Keys & Displays
Messages
1 Create
2 Inbox
3 Outbox
4 Archive
5 User Messages
6 Memory Status
7 Options
8 Broadcast
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Keys & Displays
Shortcuts from Idle Screen
You can go directly to a menu item by pressing the corresponding number key.
Short press
Press and hold
Key
Function
A
Menu
@
Phonebook* (Names)
1/5
Shortcuts
C
Last dialed record list
*The Phone must be registered to a network.
Key
$~ ,
"
!
Function
Hot key dial
Browser*
Silent mode
@
Profile menu
D
Power on/off
A
Message Menu
*The phone must be registered to a network.
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Phone Basics
Phone ON/OFF
1 Press and hold D for 2 to 3 seconds.
2
Phone will display Idle screen.
3 Press and hold D again to turn the power off.
D
Displaying Main Menu
From idle screen
A to access Menu
Menu will be displayed.
(Menu may change depending on your SIM.)
Phone Basics
A
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Phone Basics
Making Calls
• To make a call, start at idle screen.
Standard Dialing
1 Enter phone number C
• The dialed number is displayed.
2 When the other party answers, talk into the Microphone.
3 To hang up, D
• The length of the call is displayed.
• When Max Cost is on, the remaining units will be displayed.
For setting the Max Cost, see “Setting the Maximum Cost:” on page 64.
Earpiece Volume:
During a call; 4 to adjust earpiece volume.
Phonebook Dialing
1
@(Names)
2 4 desired phone number C
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Last Number Dialing
1
C
2 4 desired phone number C
International Dialing
The international access code (+) and the destination country/region code should be
entered, followed by the area code and phone number.
1 Press and hold # until “+” is displayed then enter country/region code.
2 Enter area code and phone number C
NOTE: Many countries/regions include an initial “0” in the area code. This should, in most
cases, be omitted when dialing international numbers. If you have difficulties making
international calls, contact your service provider.
Emergency Call
To make an emergency call, the antenna (
) must be present.
enter emergency number 911 C
When SIM is not inserted;
enter emergency number 911 C
Phone Basics
When SIM is inserted;
NOTE: Making Emergency calls without a SIM is
country or network operator dependent.
OR
@(SOS) > “Emergency Call” A(Yes)
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Phone Basics
Answering Calls
C
OR
When “Any Key Answer” is ON,
From Idle screen
press any key except D
(See “Setting Any Key Answer” on page 32)
4
A
C
Ring Volume:
@
D
From My Phone menu
1 4 Sounds > Volume A(Select)
2 4 Adjust the volume level A(OK)
Quick Touch Silent Mode:
To quickly turn off the ring tone and turn on vibrate, press and hold ! in idle mode.
•
and
will be displayed on the idle screen.
One Click Mute on Incoming Call:
To turn off the ring tone or vibrator,
1
@(Mute)
If you want to reply to the call,
2
A(Reply)
• If you want to reject the call, @(Reject).
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In-Call Options
During a call, A(Menu) or @(Hold)
A(Menu)
Hands Free
Switch to Desktop Hands Free
Conference
Enable to make a conference call. You can talk with up to 5 parties.
Call Transfer
Connect your calling party to the other party on hold, then
disconnect your line. (SIM dependent)
Phone Book
Open SIM Phonebook or Mobile Phonebook
Messages
Create, check and send a message while you are talking.
- see “Messages” on page 49.
Call Status
@(Hold)
Hold
A(End) to disconnect a line with the activating party.
@(Hold) to put a call on hold with the activating party.
To resume, A(Back) again.
Put a call on hold. To resume, A(Back). (SIM dependent)
Desktop Handsfree
Desktop Handsfree allows you to hold a conversation without holding the phone to your ear.
During a Handheld call:
1
A(Menu)
2 4 Hands Free A(Select)
Phone Basics
NOTE: Do NOT hold the phone to your ear in Handsfree mode.
NOTE: You can also switch between Handheld
and Handsfree by pressing and holding !.
To return to Handheld call:
A(Menu) > A(Select) to revert to Handheld operation
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Phone Basics
DTMF Tones
DTMF tones can be sent during a call. These are often used to access voice mail, paging
and computerised home banking. For example, you may need to input a number to access
voice mail messages. A phone number may be stored in Phone Book with DTMF tones,
allowing the number to be dialed upon recall and the DTMF tones to be sent automatically.
Send DTMF Tones During a Call:
Enter digits (# ~ ,, !, ")
Pause Dial
Using pauses allows you to send DTMF tones automatically.
1 Enter phone number.
2 Press and hold # until a P is displayed at the end of the phone number entered.
3 Enter DTMF digits after the pause, e.g. enter the number to access voice mail messages.
4
C
After the call is connected, DTMF tones will be sent after 3 seconds.
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Incoming Call While on a Call
During a call, you may receive another call:
1 To answer another call,C(First call is placed on hold.) To disconnect the second
call,@(Reject)
Phone Basics
2 During a conversation with a second caller, A(Menu) or @(Swap) and select one
of the following options:
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My Phone Menu Structure
My Phone Menu Structure
My Phone
Sounds
Display
Language
Alert Type
Profiles
User Messages
Normal
Quiet
Outdoor
Headset
Ring & Vibration
Vibration Only
Ring Only
None
Auto Answer
Any Key Answer
Reset Defaults
Shortcuts
My Phonebook
T9 Input
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SIM
Mobile
Wallpaper
Greeting
Animation
Contrast
Brightness
Colour Themes
Volume
Ring Tones
Melody Composer
Key Tone
Warning Tone
My Phone
Sounds
Changing the Volume ...................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 SoundsA(Select)
2 4 VolumeA(Select)
3 4 Adjust the volume levelA(OK)
Changing the Ring Tone ..............................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 SoundsA(Select)
2 4 Ring TonesA(Select)
3 4 Any Call, Group Calls, Alarm or MessagesA(Select)
My Phone
4 4 desired ring toneA(Select)
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My Phone
Composing a Melody.....................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 SoundsA(Select)
2 4 Melody ComposerA(Select)
3 4 desired MyMusicA(Menu)
4 4 EditA(Select)
5 4 desired trackA(Menu)
6 Compose your melody - See the notes chart below >A(Menu)
7 4 SaveA(Select)
You can arrange the Tempo and select an instrument (Select Instrument) before saving.
Using the following table as reference, enter notes (from the choice of low, middle and high), rests,
and duration to generate your composition.
Main Track and Sub Tracks are combined when you return to My Music.
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Key
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
Note
C
D
E
F
G
A
B
Rep.
Key
,
#
"
!
Note
Dotted
note
Rest
Duration
Low #
Middle #
High #
Rename a melody:
From My Phone menu
1 4 SoundsA(Select)
2 4 Melody ComposerA(Select)
3 4 desired musicA(Menu)
4 4 RenameA(Select)
5 Enter a name
• To erase a letter, @(Clear).
• To erase all letters, press and [email protected](Clear).
6
A(OK)
Set to Ringtone:
From My Phone menu
1 4 SoundsA(Select)
2 4 Melody ComposerA(Select)
3 4 desired musicA(Menu)
4 4 Set to RingtoneA(Select)
Viewing melody information:
My Phone
From My Phone menu
1 4 SoundsA(Select)
2 4 Melody ComposerA(Select)
3 4 desired musicA(Menu)
4 4 InfoA(Select)
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My Phone
Setting Key Tone .........................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 SoundsA(Select)
2 4 Key ToneA(On/off)
Setting Warning Tone ................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 SoundsA(Select)
2 4 Warning ToneA(On/off)
Display
You can change the wallpaper
that appears on the idle
screen.
Setting Wallpaper .......................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 Display A(Select)
2 4 [email protected](Select)
3 4 desired WallpaperA(Select)
4
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A(On/off)
You can create a greeting
message that is displayed
each time the phone is
powered on.
Setting Greeting ..........................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 Display A(Select)
2 4 [email protected](Edit)
3 Enter the GreetingA(OK)
4
Setting Display Animation .........................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 Display A(Select)
2 4 AnimationA(Select)
3 4 desired AnimationA(Select)
Setting Display Contrast............................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 Display A(Select)
2 4 ContrastA(Select)
3 4 Adjust the contrastA(OK)
My Phone
You can change animation
that comes up on the display
when the phone is switched
on.
A(On/off)
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My Phone
Setting Brightness ......................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 Display A(Select)
2 4 BrightnessA(Select)
3 4 desired levelA(Select)
You can change the Colour
Themes on the display.
Setting Colour Themes...............................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 Display A(Select)
2 4 Colour ThemesA(Select)
3 4 desired colourA(Select)
Language
It is possible to change the
language that the phone uses
for display messages.
Changing the Language ...............................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 LanguageA(Select)
2 4 desired languageA(Select)
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Alert Type
When required, the phone can
be set up to vibrate and/or ring
when a call is received.
You can change Alert Type:
- Ring & Vibration
- Vibration Only
- Ring Only
- None
Changing Alert Type....................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 Alert TypeA(Select)
2 4 desired Alert typeA(Select)
Profiles
Activating a profile .....................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 ProfilesA(Select)
2 4 desired profileA(Menu)
3 4 ActivateA(Select)
Editing profiles.............................................................................................................
Ring Volume
From My Phone menu
1 4 ProfilesA(Select)
2 4 desired profileA(Menu)
My Phone
You can switch between four
profiles in your phone each
with a distinct combination of
alert method, ring tone, etc.
Profiles are set up for use in
different environments – for
instance you might want to
use Normal profile for
everyday setting, Quiet profile
with ring tone appropriate for
formal occasions, Outdoor
profile for loud environments
and Headset profile to vibrate
when it is difficult to hear the
ring tone.
3 4 Change SettingsA(Select)
4 4 Ring VolumeA(Select)
5 4 Adjust volume levelA(OK)
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My Phone
Key Tone
From My Phone menu
1 4 ProfilesA(Select)
2 4 desired profileA(Menu)
3 4 Change SettingsA(Select)
4 4 Key ToneA(On/off)
Warning Tone
From My Phone menu
1 4 ProfilesA(Select)
2 4 desired profileA(Menu)
3 4 Change SettingsA(Select)
4 4 Warning ToneA(On/off)
Vibrator
From My Phone menu
1 4 ProfilesA(Select)
2 4 desired profileA(Menu)
3 4 Change SettingsA(Select)
4 4 VibratorA(On/off)
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Brightness
From My Phone menu
1 4 ProfilesA(Select)
2 4 desired profileA(Menu)
3 4 Change SettingsA(Select)
4 4 BrightnessA(Select)
5 4 Medium, High, Maximum or LowA(Select)
User Messages
Editing User Messages ...............................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 User MessagesA(Select)
2 4 desired message or empty spaceA(Select)
3 Enter your messageA(Menu)
• To erase a letter, @(Clear).
• To erase all letters, press and [email protected](Clear).
4 4 Save and Send or SaveA(Select)
5 When Save and Send is selected, enter destination phone numberA(OK)
My Phone
There are 10 pre-set common
user messages and 5 empty
spaces to create your own
messages. You can also set
User Messages at User
Messages in Message menu.
- see “Editing User Messages”
on page 50.
NOTE: If the text is wider than the screen display, the text will scroll.
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My Phone
Auto Answer
Setting Auto Answer ..................................................................................................
Auto Answer can be set on. To
use this function, Personal
Handsfree Earpiece needs to
be connected to the phone.
From My Phone menu
4 Auto AnswerA(On/off)
Any Key Answer
Calls can be answered by
pressing any key (except
D).
Setting Any Key Answer ............................................................................................
From My Phone menu
4 Any Key AnswerA(On/off)
Reset Defaults
Reset Defaults .............................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 Reset DefaultsA(Select)
2 “Restore Factory Settings?”A(No) [email protected](Yes)
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Shortcuts
Shortcuts can be selected from
the following options:
Browser, Games, Phone
Book, Language, Alert Type,
Sounds, Wallpaper, Profiles,
Alarm, Calculator,
Scheduler, Inbox, Create,
Clock Setting and Currency
to appear in your shortcuts
menu.
You need to select between
SIM Phonebook or Mobile
Phonebook for your ordinary
use. You can also set My
Phonebook at My
Phonebook in Phonebook.
- see “My Phonebook” on
page 42.
Setting Shortcuts........................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 ShortcutsA(Select)
2 4 desired shortcutsA(On/off)
Access to Shortcuts:
From Idle screen
4 desired shortcutsA(Select)
My Phonebook
Setting SIM or Mobile Phonebook ..........................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 My PhonebookA(Select)
2 4 SIM or MobileA(Select)
T9 Input
Setting T9 Input..........................................................................................................
From My Phone menu
1 4 T9 InputA(Select)
2 4 Set T9 Prefer onA(On/off)
My Phone
When you enter text, this
function dramatically reduces
the number of key presses.
3 4 Input LanguageA(Select)
4 4 desired languageA(Select)
See “Shift mode” on page 59 for detail.
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Games Menu Structure
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Games
Selecting Games
From Games menu
4 desired gameA(Select) from Fillip and Classic rally.
NOTE: Once the power is turned off, High scores or Best scores are lost.
The car can slide in the turns if
you drive too fast and
behaves like a real car. Drive
your car as fast as you can.
When you pass all the
stations, you score.
Fillip .................................................................................................................................
Key Operation:
' (move left), ) (move right), 1%(jump), $(jump left),
&(jump right).
Starting Games:
Select Start game by usingA (or % (Up) and + (Down)), then
((Select).
Classic rally....................................................................................................................
Key Operation:
%(Forward), '(Turn Left), )(Turn Right), +(Backward) to move the car.
Starting Games:
1 Select Start Game by pressing any numeric key except #
2 To choose your car, C (or ' or )), then ((Select).
To choose a race course, C (or ' or )), then ((Select)
Games
The parts are scattered far
and wide and some are stuck
in the treetops where
aggressive mosquitoes and
grouchy birds live, and some
have fallen into the water,
where they are guarded by
fierce piranhas.
NOTE: If SIM card provides SIM Tool Kit services, this menu will become the STK
Menu. You can still access Games from Applications.
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Phone Book Menu Structure
Phone Book Menu Structure
Phone Book
Browse
SIM Phonebook
Mobile Phonebook
Create
SIM Phonebook
Mobile Phonebook
Group Settings
Memory Status
My Numbers
Hot Key Dial
My Phonebook
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SIM
Mobile
Phone Book
Storing
Phone numbers can be stored
in SIM or in your phone.
In the SIM, you can store or
select:
-Phone number
-Name
If you want to store a fixed dial
number, see “Storing a Fixed
Dial Number” on page 38.
Storing a Number in SIM Phonebook .....................................................................
From Phone Book menu
1 4 CreateA(Select)
2 SIM PhonebookA(Select)
3 Enter Name 5 > Phone number
4 A(Save)
• “Saved in SIM” is displayed.
NOTE: The length and amount of data is SIM dependent.
Phonebook entries can be
grouped together. See Group
Settings on page 40.
The entries stored in Mobile
Phonebook are retained even
if you damage the SIM.
Storing a Number in Mobile Phonebook..................................................................
From Phone Book menu
1 4 CreateA(Select)
2 4 Mobile PhonebookA(Select)
3 Enter Name 5
4 Enter Phone number (Phone, Tel./office, Tel./mobile) 5
5
6
7
8
@(Set) 4 desired Caller’s ID ImageA(Select) 5
@(Set) 4 desired groupA(Select) 5
@(Set) 4 desired melodyA(Select)
When entries are completed,A(Save)
Phone Book
In one Phonebook entry, you
can store:
- Name
-3 Phone Numbers
(Phone, office, mobile)
-Caller’s ID
-Groups
-Melodies
• “Saved in Mobile” is displayed.
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Phone Book
When Fixed Dial is set to On,
only phone numbers in the
Fixed Dial store can be dialed.
To activate this function, you
need to set Fixed Dial on.
- see “Setting Fixed Dial” on
page 68.
Storing a Fixed Dial Number ....................................................................................
To store a fixed dial number, you need to enter PIN2 code.
From Phone Book menu
1 4 CreateA(Select)
2 SIM PhonebookA(Select)
3 Enter Name 5 > Phone number
4 4 [email protected](Set)
5 5 FDNA(Select)
6
A(Save)
7 Enter PIN2 code
8A(OK)
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Viewing
Browsing the Phone Book ...........................................................................................
From Phone Book menu
1 4 Browse > SIM Phonebook or Mobile PhonebookA(Select)
2 4 Search the name you wish to [email protected](View)
Options in Phone Book
From Phone Book menu
1 4 Browse > SIM Phonebook or Mobile PhonebookA(Select)
2 4 desired phone numberA(Menu)
The following options are available by pressingA(Select)
Edit
Edit the selected Phone Book entry.
Delete
Delete the selected Phone Book entry.
Delete All
Delete all Phone Book entries.
Copy to Mobile/SIM
Copy the selected Phone Book entry to Mobile/SIM Phonebook.
Copy All to Mobile/SIM
Copy all Phone Book entries to Mobile/SIM Phonebook.
Search
Search for a desired item in Mobile/SIM Phonebook by entering the name.
Phone Book
You can search Phonebook
by name.
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Phone Book
Group Settings
Your Mobile Phonebook
entries can be placed into any
of 5 groups;
Friends, Colleagues,
Family, Others and VIP.
You can select a particular
ring tone for each group to
identify the incoming call.
From Phone Book menu
1 4 Group SettingsA(Select)
2 4 desired GroupA(Menu)
On
The following options are available by pressingA(Select).
View Group
View Phone Book entries in the selected group.
Set Ring Tone
Set desired ring tone for the group.
Remove Entries
Remove all Phone Book entries from the selected group.
After selecting desired Group in step 2, you can view a Phone Book entries by [email protected](View).
• When there is no entry stored in the selected group, “List Empty” is displayed.
The following options are available by pressingA(Menu).
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Edit
Edit the selected Phone Book entry.
Delete
Delete the selected Phone Book entry.
Search
Search for an entry in the selected group by entering the name.
Memory Status
Memory status shows how
many locations are available
in the Phone Book.
Viewing Memory Status..............................................................................................
From Phone Book menu
4 Memory StatusA(Select)
My Numbers
Setting My Numbers...................................................................................................
From Phone Book menu
1 4 My NumbersA(Select)
2 4 desired entry A(Menu)
3 4 EditA(Select)
4 Enter your phone number 5
5 Enter your nameA(Save)
Viewing My Numbers...................................................................................................
From Phone Book menu
1 4 My NumbersA(Select)
Phone Book
My Number is a handy
phonebook where your own
names and phone numbers
can be stored and viewed.
2 4 desired [email protected](View)
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Phone Book
Hot Key Dial
Phone numbers stored at
locations 001 - 009 in the
Phonebook can be dialed
quickly.
Setting Hot Key Dial ...................................................................................................
From Phone Book menu
4 Hot Key DialA(On/off)
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Making a Call by Using Hot Key Dial........................................................................
From Idle screen
1 Press and hold a digit key (1~9)
2 PressC
My Phonebook
You need to select between
SIM Phonebook or Mobile
Phonebook for your ordinary
use.
From Phone Book menu
1 4 My PhonebookA(Select)
2 4 SIM or MobileA(Select)
• Please refer to “My Phonebook” on page 33.
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Browser Menu Structure
Start Browser
Bookmarks
Bookmark 1
…
Bookmark 10
Settings
Server Name 1
…
Server Name 5
Browser Menu Structure
Browser
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Browser
Browser
Server Setting
The phone’s WAP (Wireless
Application Protocol) Browser
enables you to access
Internet services supported by
the network, such as news,
weather reports, sports, etc.
Before Internet services can be accessed, you need to contact your network operator or Internet
Service Provider (ISP) to obtain the relevant configuration information. Please contact your network
service provider to ensure that your network settings are correct.
NOTE: Modifying the default settings may cause failure of the Browser.
From Browser menu
1 4 SettingsA(Select)
2 4 to select desired [email protected](Edit)
Five server settings can be set up in the phone. If you find your server’s
name under the settings option, select the server [email protected](Edit). If no
settings are present contact your Network Service Provider for these
settings. (Server Name, IP Address, IP Port, Homepage, Linger Time, Select Mode)
NOTE: You need to set CSD Setting or GPRS Setting in Phone Option before setting the server
information.
Those configuration Options will be given by your network service provider.
Once completing the entry, pressA(Save) then pressA(Activate).
The first time that the browser is activated there will be no content stored so the Home URL content
will be displayed (as defined by the network operator). The Home URL will be recalled from the cache
each time the browser is activated. (Cache is the phone’s memory that stores content downloaded in
the past).
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WAP Activating
From Browser menu
1 4 Start BrowserA(Select)
2 Please follow the instructions on the display.
Home
Jump to the homepage which is set in Settings.
Bookmarks
Go to a WAP page you bookmarked. See Setting Bookmarks on page 46.
Save Items
Save items on current WAP page.
Reload
Reload the current WAP page.
Go To URL
Enter URL address.
Show URL
Display the URL address of the current WAP page.
SnapShots
Capture the screen of the current WAP page.
Advanced
Inbox, Restart Browser and About are available to select.
Settings
Scroll Mode, Downloads, Security and Send Referrer are available to set.
Browser
• While browsing a homepage, press C for then the following menus.
• To end Browser, press and holdD.
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Browser
Bookmarks
Once you bookmark your
favorite page, you can quickly
jump to the page by selecting
the bookmark.
Setting Bookmarks ......................................................................................................
Entering URL from Browser menu:
From Browser menu
1 4 BookmarksA(Select)
2 4 desired Bookmark fieldA(Menu)
3 4 EditA(Select)
4 Enter Title and URLA(Save)
Setting Bookmark from Homepage:
1 4 Start BrowserA(Select)
2 4 Bookmarks
3 Mark SiteA
4 Enter Folder and URL
5
A(Save)
Browsing Bookmark......................................................................................................
From Browser menu
1 4 BookmarksA(Select)
2 4 desired [email protected](Launch)
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Key Guard
Setting Key Guard .......................................................................................................
From Key Guard menu
A(Yes) [email protected](No)
• When Key Guard is enabled, L appears on the display.
• Emergency calls can still be made.
• When a call is received, Key Guard will be disabled temporarily, and you
can answer the call.
NOTE: When making emergency calls with the “Key Guard” enabled, there will be no visual indication
that the number is being dialed.
Disabling Key Guard.....................................................................................................
When L appears on the display,
1
A(Free)
2 “Press OK to Free keypad”A(OK)
Key Guard
Key Guard is used to prevent
any keys from being
accidentally pressed e.g.
when the phone is being
carried.
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Messages Menu Structure
Messages Menu Structure
Messages
Create
Inbox
Outbox
Archive
Inbox
Outbox
User Messages
Memory Status
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Options
Message Centre
Protocol
Lifetime
Delivery Report
SMS via GPRS
Broadcast
Broadcast
Read Messages
Topic
Languages
Auto Display
Messages
SMS
Setting the Message Centre Number.....................................................................
From Messages menu
1 4 Options > Message CentreA(Select)
2 Enter message centre number in international dial format
(see “International Dialing” on page 17)A(OK)
NOTE: Your network operator may have pre-installed the number. Do not change this number as it may
cause failure of SMS Messaging.
Creating a New Short Text Message......................................................................
From Messages menu
1 4 CreateA(Select)
2 Create your text message – max. 1520 characters
(see “Text Entry” on page 58)A(Menu)
3 4 SendA(Select)
4 Enter the destination phone numberA(OK)
OR
Messages
It is possible to receive,
display, edit and/or send text
messages of up to 1520
characters in ten messages
(depending on language), to a
network that has a roaming
agreement (depending on the
recipient’s phone Options).
Before sending a message,
you need to enter the
Message Centre number into
Options.
Recall a number from the [email protected](Names) >
4 desired nameA(Select) >A(OK)
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Messages
When you create a text message, these options are available by A(Menu).
Send
Send your text message.
Save
Save your message in Outbox in SIM.
Save and Send
Save your message in the Outbox in SIM and send.
Picture & Sound
Add picture and/or sound to your message.
User Messages
Use a short message stored in the phone.
For editing the User Message, see “Editing User Messages” below.
Editing User Messages ...............................................................................................
User messages are common
phrases that you can place in
your message, then fill in the
rest of the sentence.
From Messages menu
1 4 User MessagesA(Select)
2 4 desired messageA(Select)
3 Edit the messageA(Menu)
4 Save and Send or SaveA(Select)
NOTE: When the text is wider than the screen display, the text will scroll.
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flashes when an unread
message is received in the
Inbox.
When the Inbox is full,
will
remain until old messages are
deleted.
Reading a Received Message .....................................................................................
From Messages menu
1 4 InboxA(Select)
2 4 desired [email protected](Read)
• Inbox: The received message will be stored in Inbox.
NOTE: If the message indicator is displayed constantly (does not flash), this means that the message area
is full and you need to delete old messages in order to receive new messages.
While you are reading a message, the following options are available byA(Menu).
Delete
Delete a message.
Reply
Reply to a message.
Forward
Forward a message to another phone.
Edit
Edit a message and save and/or send to another.
Delete All
Delete all messages in Inbox.
Extract Number
Extract numbers in messages and save in Phonebook.
Move to Archive
Move a message into Inbox in Archive.
Hyperlink
Link to a URL in a received message.
Messages
When a Short Text Message
is received, the message
indicator will flash on the
display and a user preset
audible alert will sound. If you
are on a call, the phone will
vibrate.
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Messages
Viewing Message Lists in Outbox ............................................................................
View message lists that are stored in SIM.
• Outbox: Sent messages are stored in Outbox.
From Message menu
1 4 OutboxA(Select)
2 4 desired [email protected](Read)
While you are reading a message, the following options are available byA(Menu).
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Delete
Delete a message.
Edit
Edit a message and save and/or send to another.
Send
Send an SMS message after entering a recipient number.
Delete All
Delete all messages in Outbox.
Extract Number
Extract numbers in messages and save in Phonebook.
Move to Archive
Move a message from Outbox to Outbox in Archive.
Viewing Message Lists in Archive ............................................................................
View message lists which are stored in Archive.
• Inbox: When a message in Inbox is saved, the message will be saved to Inbox in Archive.
• Outbox: When a sent message in Outbox is saved, the message will be saved to Outbox in
Archive.
From Message menu
1 ArchiveA(Select)
2 4 Inbox/OutboxA(Select)
3 4 desired [email protected](View)
Delete
Delete a message.
Edit
Edit a message and save and/or send to another.
Forward (Inbox)/
Send (Outbox)
Forward/Send a message to another phone.
Delete All
Delete all messages in Inbox.
Messages
While you are reading a message, the following options are available byA(Menu).
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Messages
Memory status shows how
many locations are left for
storing messages in the
Inbox.
Viewing Memory Status..............................................................................................
From Messages menu
4 Memory StatusA(Select)
Options
Setting Options............................................................................................................
From Messages menu
4 OptionsA(Select)
NOTE: In an area where GPRS is not supported, SMS may not be sent
when SMS via GPRS is on.
The following options are available:
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Message Centre
Edit Message Centre number.
Protocol
Select desired Message Type from Standard Text, Fax, X.400, Paging,
E-mail, ERMES, Voicemail.
Lifetime
Select maximum or choose a time limit for sending messages.
Delivery Report
Request a delivery report on the status of a sent message.
SMS via GPRS
Send a Short Text message via GPRS.
Broadcast
You can receive your favorite
information regularly from
your service provider.
First, specify which
information topics, such as
traffic reports, you wish to
receive and which language
the topics will be presented in.
To receive the broadcasts,
“Broadcast” needs to be on.
Setting Broadcast........................................................................................................
Add topics in which you wish
to receive information.
Setting Topic ................................................................................................................
From Messages menu
1 4 BroadcastA(Select)
2 4 BroadcastA(On/off)
From Messages menu
1 4 Broadcast > Topic > Current >A(Select)
2 4 desired TopicA(Menu)
3 4 Add or DeleteA(Select)
Setting User defined Topic.......................................................................................
From Messages menu
1 4 Broadcast > Topic > User Defined > <New entry>A(Select)
2 Enter Msg IDA(OK)
3 Enter NameA(OK)
Messages
If you know the topic names,
add them here.
4 4 CurrentA(Select)
5 4 <Add Topic>A(Select)
6 4 desired TopicA(Select)
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Messages
Setting Language .........................................................................................................
From Messages menu
1 4 BroadcastA(Select)
2 4 LanguagesA(Select)
3 4 desired LanguageA(Select)
4 To continue to add languages;
4 InsertA(Select)
To complete adding language;
4 Add to EndA(Select)
Viewing Broadcast .......................................................................................................
From Messages menu
1 4 Broadcast > Read MessagesA(Select)
2 To scroll to the available topicsA(Next)
NOTE: This function depends on your Network Service Operator.
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Auto Display
Setting Auto Display ...................................................................................................
From Messages menu
1 4 BroadcastA(Select)
2 4 Auto Display A(On/off)
Messages
The latest Broadcast
message can be displayed on
your phone automatically.
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Text Entry
Text Entry
You can use alphanumeric characters to enter details into the Phonebook, to create text, etc.
Text Mode
T9®(T9Abc, T9abc, T9ABC)
(Input language: English)
Key
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
C
"
!
Numeric
Multi tap
(Input mode indicator: Abc, abc or ABC)
Punctuation 1
Space 0 . , ? ! + - = : ¿¡ ” ’ ; _
Punctuation 2
1/( )< >[]{}%~&
(1 / ( ) < > [ ] { } % ~ _ &)
1
0
2
ABC
(a b c)
ABC2Ä
(a b c 2 ä à ç)
DEF
(d e f)
DEF3É
(d e f 3 é è)
3
GHI
(g h i)
GHI4
(g h i 4 ì)
4
JKL
(j k l)
JKL5
(j k l 5)
5
MNO
(m n o)
MNO6ÖÑ
(m n o 6 ö ñ ò)
6
PQRS
(p q r s)
PQRS7
(p q r s 7 ß)
7
TUV
(t u v)
TUV8Ü
(t u v 8 ü ù)
8
WXYZ
(w x y z)
WXYZ9ÆØÅ
(w x y z 9 æ ø å)
9
Shift mode
*Γ∆ΘΛΞΠΣΦ ΨΩ
Shift mode
*Γ∆ΘΛΞΠΣΦ ΨΩ
Alternatives / (Hold) Space # £ $ ¥ ¤ @ \ § ^ | ↵ Alternatives / (Hold) Space # £ $ ¥ ¤ @ \ § ^ | ↵
Note: Displayed characters of T9® vary depending on the selected input language.
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(0 ~ 9)
Shift mode
*
#
Shift mode
Shift mode change ..............................................................................................................................................
The Shift mode changes by pressing (within 1 sec)C.
Multi tap
T9®
Abc → abc → ABC
T9Abc → T9abc → T9ABC
If Input mode is changed, Shift mode is initialised.
Auto capital change.............................................................................................................................................
Auto capital affects Abc and T9Abc.
When Input mode is changed to Abc or T9Abc, the first character is input as upper case and subsequent letters as lower case.
When one of the following characters [. (Period) or ! or ?] is input before a space, the next character is input as upper case.
T9® Dictionary
When edit mode is finished, all words in the editor are registered in the T9® dictionary.
Text Input
Text Entry
To switch On/Off T9 mode, press!.
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Text Entry
T9® Text Input ...................................................................................................................................................
Using this mode of text input dramatically reduces the required number of key presses.
Press a key once for any letter you require on that key. The desired letter may not be displayed. Continue pressing other keys until
the end of a word is reached; then check that the word has been typed correctly before continuing on to the next word. If the
combination of letters typed has produced a word which is not the one you require, press A repeatedly until the correct word is
displayed. Continue to the next word.
Example of Text Input in T9® Mode
To type a new message, follow these steps:
1 At the beginning of a new message press and [email protected](Clear) to delete previous text, if necessary.
2 Press C to change letter case, if necessary
3 Press%%((“Call” is displayed.
Note that the displayed words change as you type, always type to the end of the word before editing.
T9® Languages can be selected from T9® Input -see “Setting T9 Input” on page 33.
If the word you require is not in the internal dictionary then it should be entered using the Multi tap (ABC) mode.
Other Text Modes..............................................................................................................................................
Select text mode (displayed in Information area on screen).
Multi tap mode (Abc, abc or ABC):
Each time a key is pressed in quick succession it displays the next character available on that key. Releasing the key or pressing
another key enters the character displayed. The cursor moves to the next position.
In T9 (Abc) or Multi tap (Abc) mode, the first entered letter in a sentence is in upper case.
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Phone Option Menu Structure
Call Service
Call Divert
Call Bar
Codes
Fixed Dial
SIM Lock
Security
Network
CSD Setting
All Voice Calls
Not Reachable
No Reply
Busy
Status Check
Cancel All
Time/Charges
Call Waiting
Withhold ID
Caller’s ID
Charge Settings
Line
Phone Option Menu Structure
Phone Option
Auto Network
New Network
Network List
Band Select
GPRS Info
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Phone Option
Phone Option
Call Service
The duration of the Last Call
and All Voice Calls will be
displayed. When the Max
Cost is on, the remaining
units will be displayed.
When Call Waiting is
switched on, a second call can
be received.
Turn this function on before
making a multiparty call.
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Viewing Time/Charges ................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call Service > Time/ChargesA(Select)
2 4 desired service Last Call, All Voice Calls or Cost LeftA(Select)
Last Call
Display the duration of Last Call.
All Voice Calls
Display the sum of the duration for the all voice
calls.
Cost Left
When Max Cost is on, display the remaining units.
For setting the Max Cost, see “Setting the
Maximum Cost:” on page 64.
Setting Call Waiting....................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call Service > Call WaitingA(Select)
2 SetA(Select)
Withhold ID allows you to
prevent showing your name
and/or number to your calling
party. You can also select
Cancel or Check Status.
Setting Withhold ID...................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call ServiceA(Select)
2 4 Withhold IDA(Select)
NOTE: When checking the status, the phone must be registered to a network.
First, enter Personal rate
which is the cost that the
Service Provider charges for
one unit of call time.
NOTE: Charge Setting
is SIM dependent.
Setting Caller’s ID.......................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call ServiceA(Select)
2 4 Caller’s IDA(Select)
NOTE: When checking the status the phone must be registered to a network.
Charge Settings............................................................................................................
Setting Currency:
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call Service > Charge SettingsA(Select)
Phone Option
Caller’s ID shows the Caller’s
name and/or number on your
display. You can also select
Cancel or Check Status.
The list of picture files used in
Caller’s ID is viewed in
Viewing Picture of Caller’s ID
on page 80.
2 4 Currency A(Select)
• Current Setting is displayed.
3
@(Set) > Enter PIN2 codeA(OK)
4 Enter currency units (max. 3 characters)A(OK)
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.
Phone Option
NOTE: When you set the
unit price, you will be
asked to enter your PIN2.
NOTE: This function is
SIM dependent.
Setting Personal Rate:
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call Service > Charge Settings > Personal RateA(Select)
2
@(Set)
3 Enter PIN2 codeA(OK)
4 Press desired personal rateA(OK)
You can set the maximum cost
of calls allowed.
NOTE: The duration of
one unit may vary between
peak and off-peak times.
Call charges can be
calculated according to the
calling time. However, the
actual tariffs charged from
your service provider may
not be reflected in the
calculation.
Setting the Maximum Cost:
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call Service > Charge SettingsA(Select)
2 4 Max Cost A(Set)
• Current setting is displayed.
3
4
5
@(Edit) > Enter PIN2 codeA(OK)
@(Set) > 4 OnA(Select)
Enter Credit Limit >A(OK)
NOTE: This function is
SIM dependent.
In Idle mode, the latest
Incoming call is displayed on
your phone automatically.
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Setting Auto Display:
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call Service > Charge SettingsA(Select)
2 4 Auto Display A(On/off)
This menu can be selected
only when your SIM supports
CPHS and Line 1/2.
NOTE: This function is
SIM dependent.
Setting Phone Line.......................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call Service > LineA(Select)
2 4 Line 1/Line 2A(Select)
Call Divert
appears when you have
received new voice mail
messages.
This service depends on your
service provider.
Setting Call Divert.......................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Call DivertA(Select)
2 4 Select the circumstances to initiate the divertA(Select)
3 4 desired operation from Set, Clear, or Check StatusA(Select)
4 Enter phone number to divert toA
• When a divert situation is enabled the divert icon (G) is displayed.
• When updating or checking the status of Call Divert the phone must be registered to a network. ( )
All Voice Calls
Divert all incoming voice calls.
Not Reachable
When phone is disconnected, divert incoming voice calls.
No Reply
If call is not answered, divert incoming voice calls.
Busy
When a call is in progress, divert incoming voice calls.
Status Check
Check the current Call Divert status.
Cancel All
Cancel all Call Divert settings.
Phone Option
Voice calls can be diverted in
different situations and to
different numbers.
For example, you may wish
voice calls to be diverted to
voicemail box when the phone
is switched off.
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Phone Option
Security
Call Barring restricts certain
outgoing and/or incoming
calls using a password
supplied by your service
provider. When updating/
checking the status of Call Bar
the phone must be registered
with a network.
Setting Call Bar ............................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Security > Call BarA(Select)
2 4 desired setting from the menus showing belowA(Set) or
Outgoing Internat.
A(Select)
3 4 desired operation from Set, Clear or Check StatusA(Select)
4 Enter desired passwordA(Select)
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All Outgoing
All Outgoing calls are barred.
Outgoing Internat.
International Outgoing calls are barred.
Out.int.xhome
International Outgoing calls except home are barred.
All Incoming
All Incoming calls are barred.
When Roaming
All incoming calls when roaming outside the home network.
Status Check
Call bar status is displayed.
Cancel All
Cancel all Call Bar settings.
Password
Change Call Bar Password.
The PIN protects your SIM
against unauthorised use. If you
enable the PIN, every time the
phone is switched on you will be
prompted to enter the PIN.
The PIN2 controls security for
the Fixed Dial Store, Call
Charge metering and Barred
Dial.
If either PIN/PIN2 is entered
incorrectly 3 times the phone
will be locked and you will
need to enter the PUK/PUK2
code.Contact the service
provider for the PUK/PUK2
code.
NOTE: To enter PUK code
for PIN, enter **05# you will
then be prompted to enter
the PUK code, then follow
the on-screen instructions.
To enter PUK2 code for
PIN2, enter **052# you will
then be prompted to enter
the PUK2 code, then follow
the on-screen instructions.
Codes
Change Phonecode........................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Security > CodesA(Select)
2 4 Change PhonecodeA(Select) > Enter the current Phonecode, if needed A(OK)
3 Enter New PhonecodeA(OK) > Repeat the entry A(OK)
Enabling/Disabling the PIN .......................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Security > CodesA(Select)
2 4 PIN ControlA(Set)
3 Enter PIN numberA(OK) > Repeat the entry A(OK)
Changing the Security Code ......................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Security > CodesA(Select)
2 4 Change PIN or Change PIN2A(Select)
3 Enter the current codeA(OK)
Phone Option
Setting up Phonecode
enables your phone to
temporarily disable SIM Lock,
even if you forget your PIN
number or replace your SIM
with another one.
4 Enter the new codeA(OK)
5 Enter the new code to verifyA(OK)
NOTE: If the PUK/PUK2 code is entered incorrectly 10 times, the phone will cease to operate permanently. All
information stored in the SIM will be lost and the SIM will need to be replaced. Contact the service provider for more details.
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Phone Option
Fixed Dial is one of the
functions in SIM Phonebook.
Only numbers stored in your
SIM Phonebook can be
selected for FDN dialing.
To enter fixed dial numbers,
see “Storing a Fixed Dial
Number” on page 38.
Setting Fixed Dial .......................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 SecurityA(Select)
2 4 Fixed DialA(Select)
3 Enter PIN2 codeA(OK)
4 @(FDN) > 4 On
5A(OK)
• Any manually dialed phone numbers must be the same as the numbers in the Fixed Dial Store.
• A phone number may be stored, edited or deleted. You will be prompted for your PIN2 code.
Setting SIM Lock ........................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 SecurityA(Select)
2 4 SIM LockA(Select)
3 Enter PhonecodeA(OK)
NOTE: You are advised to write down your Phonecode. In case you forget your phonecode, you will
need to contact your service provider to unlock the SIM.
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Network
You can select a network that
is available in your current
location.
NOTE: This function is
SIM dependent.
Network setting ...........................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 NetworkA(Select)
2 4 desired optionA(On/off) orA(Select)
Auto Network
Set “Auto Network” On or Off.
New Network
When “Auto Network” is on; Search an available network automatically. When “Auto
Network” is off; Select a network manually.
Network List
Create and edit a network list according to your preferences.
Band Select
Choose a network band: 1800, 1900, 850, 850/1900MHz.
CSD Setting
Connection Setting ......................................................................................................
You can set CSD (Circuit Switched Data) setting when connecting to network.
From Phone Option menu
1 4 CSD SettingA(Select)
2 4 desired settingA(Select)
3 when all the data are entered,A(Save)
Server Name
Enter Server Name.
Call Type
Select ISDN or Analogue.
Dial Number
Enter the common numbers in Digital and Analogue.
Login Name
Enter Login ID.
Password
Enter Password.
Phone Option
Complete CSD setting before
you set up your browser
server.
- see “Server Setting” on
page 44.
Contact your network service
provider or Internet service
provider for these settings.
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Phone Option
GPRS Setting
Complete GPRS setting
before you set up your
browser server.
- see “Server Setting” on
page 44.
Contact your network service
provider or Internet service
provider for these settings.
Connection Setting ......................................................................................................
You can set GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) setting when connecting to network.
From Phone Option menu
1 4 GPRS SettingA(Select)
2 4 desired settingA(Select)
3 when all the data are entered,A(Save)
• When GPRS setting is completed, the GPRS icon (
Server Name
Enter Server Name.
GPRS APN
Enter Access Point Name.
Login Name
Enter Login ID.
Password
Enter Password.
Authentication
Select Activate or Deactivate.
) is displayed.
GPRS Info
Viewing GPRS Information ........................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 GPRS InfoA(Select)
2 To reset GPRS Info;
@(Reset) > @(Yes)
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Text Telephony
TTY Mode ......................................................................................................................
From Phone Option menu
1 4 Text Telephony A(Select)
2 4 CTM ControlA(Select)
3 4 Enable or Disabled A(Select)
• When TTY mode is enabled, any accessory that is connected through the Headset/TTY connector is
assumed to be a TTY device. TTY mode must be enabled to send and receive TTY calls. When making
a TTY call, plug in the TTY device before making the call. If TTY is enabled, the TTY icon (
)
displays.
Phone Option
Allows a hearing impaired
person to use the phone by
connecting a TTY device.
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Applications Menu Structure
Applications Menu Structure
Applications
Games
Fillip
Classic rally
STK*
Scheduler
Clock
Calculator
Currency
Clock Setting
Alarm
Power Off Time
Rate Setting
Rate Computing
Melody Composer
Sound Folder
Picture Folder
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Predefined
Downloaded
Memory Status
Wallpaper
Caller’s ID
Memory Status
*NOTE: STK (SIM Tool Kit) is SIM
dependent.
Applications
Games
From Applications menu
1 4 GamesA(Select)
2 4 desired gameA(Select).
• Please refer to “Games” on page 35.
STK (SIM Tool Kit)
Applications
This function is SIM dependent.
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Applications
Scheduler
You can keep track of your
schedule to remind you of
events such as meetings or a
vacation. The clock must be
set first before creating a
Scheduler entry.
In the Scheduler, you can
store:
-Type (Memo or Meeting)
-Description
-Start Date
-Start Time
-End Date
-End Time
Entering a Schedule ....................................................................................................
From Applications menu
1 4 SchedulerA(Select)
2
@to select Week or Month format
3 To select a day, press numerical keys 2, 8, 4 and 6 to move the cursor ↑, ↓, ← and →, or 4 to
move the cursor ↑ or ↓ to set a day. > A(Agenda)
4 4 <New Entry>A(Select)
5 Enter desired information
6
A(Save)
Viewing / Editing Scheduler......................................................................................
NOTE: Ensure that the
setting of the Scheduler
will not contravene any
regulations whereby it
may automatically power
on when in an aircraft or
medical facility, etc. - see
“Important Information”
on page 1.
From Applications menu
1 4 SchedulerA(Select)
2
@to select Week or Month format
3 When Month format is selected:
Select a day marked in blue by using the numerical keys (2, 8, 4 and 6) > A(Agenda)
When Week format is selected:
Schedule icon(s) will be shown corresponding to a period of time selected by pressing 4.
(Period of time: no icon =0:00-0:59, 4=1:00-4:59, 8=5:00-8:59, 12=9:00-12:59, 16=13:00-16:59,
20=17:00-20:59, 24=21:00-23:59)
Select a day by using the numeric keys (2, 8, 4 and 6) > A(Agenda)
4 4 desired [email protected](View)
5 To return to the previous display,A(OK)
To edit,@(Edit) edit desired informationA(Save)
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Clock
Time and date can be shown
on the idle screen.
Time Display Setting...................................................................................................
From Applications menu
1 4 Clock > Clock SettingA(Select)
2 4 Display TimeA(On/off)
Time Zone Setting .......................................................................................................
From Applications menu
1 4 Clock > Clock Setting > Time ZoneA(Select)
2 4 required regionA(Select)
3
A(Yes) or @(No) to select “Day Light Saving?”
4 “Set This City to Local”@(OK)
5 “Success!”A(OK)
Time & Date Setting ...................................................................................................
From Applications menu
1 4 Clock > Clock Setting > Time & DateA(Select)
2
@(Set) enter the digits for the timeA(OK)
Applications
Before setting Time & Date,
set Time Zone of your region
or the city which has same
time zone as your region.
When travelling abroad, your
home time can be changed to
your destination time.
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Applications
Display format for time and
date can be selected.
Date Format/Time Format........................................................................................
From Applications menu
1 4 Clock > Clock Setting > Date Format or Time FormatA(Select)
2 4 desired formatA(Select)
Alarm Setting ...............................................................................................................
From Applications menu
1 4 Clock > AlarmA(Select)
2
A(Set) > Enter the digits for the time (24 hour clock)A(OK)
3 4 Select from Repeat Daily, Once or DisabledA(Select)
4 “Alarm Time Has Been Updated!” A(OK)
• Alarm set indicator
appears on idle display.
• When the set time is reached, the alarm will sound, or the phone will vibrate if you are on a call.
To end alarm:
Press any key orA(OFF)
OR @(Pause) to pause the alarm and start again after 5 minutes
NOTE: Even if the phone is switched off, when the Alarm is set on, the phone will automatically power on
and start the alarm. Please ensure that your Alarm setting will not contravene any regulations in an aircraft
or medical facility etc. - see “Important Information” on page 1.
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The phone can be set to turn
itself off automatically at a
specified time using the
Power Off feature. The
procedure for setting/
adjusting the Power Off
automatically is similar to the
Alarm setting.
Power Off Time ............................................................................................................
From Applications menu
1 4 Clock > Power Off TimeA(Select)
2 Enter the digits for the time (24 hour clock)A(OK)
3 4 Select from Repeat Daily, Once or DisabledA(Select)
4 “Power Off Time Setting Updated!”A(OK)
Calculator
From Applications menu
1 4 CalculatorA(Select)
2 Enter a number (maximum 7 digits) and it will be displayed on the upper
right of the display. When a decimal point is required, press!, when
a minus sign is needed press".
3 4 to select the arithmetic operation
4 Enter a number (maximum 7 digits) and it will be displayed next to the operation symbol.
If 4 is used to select another arithmetical operation to perform, an intermediate
calculation will be performed and the result displayed on the top line.
5
A(=) to calculate
Applications
The four function calculator
(addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division) is
available to make simple
arithmetic calculations.
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Applications
Currency
The currency convertor
enables you to convert from/to
a home currency using a
conversion rate that you enter.
Setting the currency value........................................................................................
From Applications menu
1 4 Currency A(Select)
2 4 Rate SettingA(Select)
3 On the right side of the screen, enter your home currency rate to the
currency which you want to convert withA(OK)
4
A(Save)
Rate Computing.............................................................................................................
From Applications menu
1 4 Currency A(Select)
2 4 Rate ComputingA(Select)
3 Enter the amount of currency which you want to convert into your
home currencyA(Convert)
Melody Composer
Please refer to “Composing a Melody” on page 24.
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Sound Folder
The Sound Folder contains
predefined sound files and
any downloaded sound files.
You can play the sound and
set one as your Ringtone.
Setting Ringtone:
From Applications menu
1 4 Sound FolderA(Select)
2 4 Predefined or DownloadedA(Select)
3 4 desired soundA(Menu)
• To see the information of the selected Ringtone, 4 InfoA(Select)
• To return to the previous menu,A(OK)
4 4 Set to RingtoneA(Select)
Viewing Memory Status:
From Applications menu
1 4 Sound FolderA(Select)
2 4 Memory StatusA(Select)
• Free Space and Total Used are displayed.
• To return to the previous menu,A(OK)
Applications
The memory status is
dependant on file sizes stored
in the Melody Composer,
Picture Folder and Sound
Folder.
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Applications
Picture Folder
You can find lists of
predefined pictures and
downloaded pictures in both
Wallpaper folder and Caller ID
folder. You can view those
pictures, and also set one of
them for the idle screen.
Setting Wallpaper:
From Applications menu
1 4 Picture FolderA(Select) > 4 WallpaperA(Select)
2 4 Predefined or DownloadedA(Select)
3 4 desired pictureA(Menu)
• To see the large picture, 4 ViewA(Select)
• To return to the previous menu,@(Back)
4 4 Set to WallpaperA(Select)
The memory status is
dependant on file sizes stored
in the Melody Composer,
Picture Folder and Sound
Folder.
To set up Caller’s ID, see
Setting Caller’s ID on page 63.
Viewing Picture of Caller’s ID:
From Applications menu
1 4 Picture FolderA(Select) > 4 Caller’s IDA(Select)
2 4 Predefined or DownloadedA(Select)
3 4 desired pictureA(Menu)
4 4 View or InfoA(Select)
• To return to the previous menu, @(Back)
Viewing Memory Status:
From Applications menu
1 4 Picture FolderA(Select)
2 4 Memory StatusA(Select)
• Free Space and Total Used are displayed.
• To return to the previous menu,A(OK)
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Sound
Records Menu Structure
Last Dialled
Answered
Unanswered
Erase Records
Erase Last Dialled
Erase Answered
Erase Unanswered
Erase All
Records Menu Structure
Records
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Records
Records
Recently dialed phone
numbers will be stored in Last
Dialled. (Max 50)
If an Incoming call with Caller
ID is answered the number
will be stored in Answered.
(Max 50)
If an Incoming call with Caller
ID is not answered the
number will be stored in
Unanswered. (Max 20)
Viewing Last Dialed, Answered and Unanswered numbers ................................
From Records menu
1 4 Choose one menu from Last Dialled, Answered or Unanswered
A(Select)
OR
In idle, C to view the last dialed numbers list.
2 4 desired phone number (or name) you wish to redial C.
To save a record in Phonebook:
After selecting desired number,
A(Menu) > 4 SaveA(Select) > 4 SIM Phonebook or Mobile PhonebookA(Select)
Enter Name and Phone numberA(Save).
NOTE: When the store is full the next phone number will overwrite the oldest.
Erasing Records............................................................................................................
From Records menu
1 4 Erase RecordsA(Select)
2 Choose from Erase Last Dialled, Erase Answered,
Erase Unanswered or Erase AllA(Select).
3
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@(Yes)
Troubleshooting
Should any problem persist contact your dealer.
Problem
Cause
Remedy
Check that the battery is fully charged and
correctly connected to the phone.
Phone will not switch on.
Extremely short battery life for a
new battery.
The network you are using and the condition
of the battery can affect battery life.
Short battery life for an old
battery.
The battery has worn out.
Replace with a new fully charged battery.
The charging indicator does not
light, the battery level indicator
does not appear and the phone
cannot be switched on when
charging.
The battery is not attached to the phone or
when the battery has been deeply
discharged the phone will take a short time
until the indicator lights.
Leave the phone charging the battery for a
few minutes before the indicator is lit and
attempting to switch it on.
The battery is not attached to the phone.
Calls cannot be made.
Battery has been connected to the phone
after the Fast Travel Charger has been
switched on.
Ensure the battery is fitted to the phone prior
to commencing charging.
The phone is locked.
Unlock the phone.
Outgoing calls are barred.
Disable the outgoing call barring or barred
dial.
The phone is not registered to a network.
Move to a coverage area and operate your
phone after it has registered with a network.
Troubleshooting
Battery fails to charge.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Cause
Calls cannot be made from Fixed
Dial Store.
Calls cannot be received.
The phone is not switched on.
Switch the phone on.
Incoming calls are barred.
Disable the incoming call barring.
The phone is not registered to a network.
Move to a coverage area and operate your
phone after it has registered with a network.
Emergency calls cannot be made. You are not in a GSM coverage area.
Phone numbers cannot be
recalled from Phonebook.
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Remedy
Check whether your SIM supports Fixed
Dial.
Check if the Fixed Dial is switched on.
Check whether the phone number is stored
in the Fixed Dial.
Check that the antenna symbol ( ) is
displayed – move to a coverage area and
operate your phone when the antenna
symbol is displayed.
The phone is locked.
Unlock the phone.
Phone number has been restricted.
Switch off restriction.
Important Error Messages
Please Insert SIM Card
SIM card is not inserted, or is not inserted correctly. Please insert the SIM card
correctly.
New Codes Not Same
When you change your password, you have to enter the new password twice to
confirm. The codes you entered are different. Please enter same code twice.
Password Invalid!
When you change your password, you have to enter the new password twice to
confirm. The codes you entered are different. Please enter same code twice.
Can’t Access Network
The service network you selected manually is inaccessible. Please contact your
service provider.
Unable to Select Network
The service network you selected manually is not available. Please contact your
service provider.
No Service
There is no network within range or the received signal is weak. Move to an area
which has stronger signal.
PIN Blocked! Please Enter PUK
You entered your PIN incorrectly three times in a row. To unblock the PIN, please
enter PUK.
Important Error Messages
These are some of the most important error messages which may be displayed:
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Important Error Messages
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PIN2 Blocked! Please Enter PUK2
You entered your PIN2 incorrectly three times in a row. To unblock the PIN, please
enter PUK2.
New PIN Not Accepted
Your new PIN code is not accepted. Please try again.
New PIN2 Not Accepted
Your new PIN2 code is not accepted. Please try again.
Incorrect Entry!
You entered wrong PIN or PIN2. Please enter the correct one.
Entries Do Not Match!
When you change your password, you have to enter the new password twice to
confirm. The codes you entered are different. Please enter same code twice.
SIM Card Error
Make sure the SIM card is inserted correctly. Clean the SIM card with a dry cloth or
check if it is damaged. Contact your service provider.
Function Unsupported
The function you selected is not supported by your service provider.
Please contact your service provider.
Invalid Password
The password that you entered is not valid. Please enter the correct password.
Not Available
The function you selected is not supported by your service provider. Please
contact your service provider.
Service Not Available
The function you selected is not supported by your service provider. Please
contact your service provider.
You entered wrong PUK. Please enter the correct one.
SIM Full! Please Delete Old
Message!
The SIM storage area for SMS is full. Please delete old messages.
SIM Not Enough Space!
Continue?
The SIM storage area is FULL. If you continue data may be lost. Please delete old
records.
Not Enough Space!
Continue?
The message storage area is FULL. If you continue data may be lost. Please delete
old records.
SIM Service Not Support
The SIM function you selected is not supported by your service provider. Please
contact your service provider.
Unregistered SIM Card
Your SIM card is not registered to your service provider. Please contact your
service provider.
Authentication Failure
Your SIM card is not registered to your service provider. Please contact your
service provider.
Blocked
Your SIM card is blocked. Please contact your service provider.
Important Error Messages
Wrong PUK!
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Glossary of Terms
Glossary of Terms
APN
Access Point Name. Directs the user to the gateway or the required service.
CHAP
Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol. A security feature for the GPRS network.
CSD
Circuit Switched Data. A communication method used to transmit data over telephone connections.
DTMF Tones
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones allow you to communicate with computerized phone systems, voice
mailboxes, etc.
GPRS
General Packet Radio Service. A GSM transmission technique that transmits and receives data in packets
rather than setting up a continuous channel. It makes very efficient use of available radio spectrum and users
pay only for volume of data sent and received.
GSM
Global System for Mobile communications. The name given to the advanced digital technology that your
phone uses.
Network Operator The organization responsible for operating a GSM network.
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PAP
Password Authentication Protocol. A security feature in the GPRS network.
Password
Used for the control of 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. 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.
The act of locking on to a GSM/GPRS 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/GPRS 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.
SMS
Short Message Service. A basic mail system used for cellular phones. This service allows sending/receiving
short text messages.
WAP
Wireless Application Protocol. The communication standard which enables you to download resources from
the Internet to your phone.
Glossary of Terms
Registration
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Consumer Update
Consumer Update
Consumer Update on Mobile Phones
(Published by U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Devices
and Radiological Health, October 20, 1999.)
FDA has been receiving inquiries about the safety of mobile phones,
including cellular phones and PCS phones. The following summarizes
what is known–and what remains unknown–about whether these
products can pose a hazard to health, and what can be done to minimize
any potential risk. This information may be used to respond to questions.
Why the concern?
Mobile phones emit low levels of radiofrequency energy (i.e., radiofrequency
radiation) in the microwave range while being used. They also emit very low
levels of radiofrequency energy (RF), considered non-significant, when in
the stand-by mode. It is well known that high levels of RF can produce
biological damage through heating effects (this is how your microwave oven
is able to cook food). However, it is not known whether, to what extent, or
through what mechanism, lower levels of RF might cause adverse health
effects as well. Although some research has been done to address these
questions, no clear picture of the biological effects of this type of radiation
has emerged to date. Thus, the available science does not allow us to
conclude that mobile phones are absolutely safe, or that they are unsafe.
However, the available scientific evidence does not demonstrate any
adverse health effects associated with the use of mobile phones.
What kind of phones are in question?
Questions have been raised about hand-held mobile phones, the kind
that have a built-in antenna that is positioned close to the user’s head
during normal telephone conversation.
These types of mobile phones are of concern because of the short
distance between the phone’s antenna – the primary source of the RF –
and the person’s head. The exposure to RF from mobile phones in which
the antenna is located at greater distances from the user (on the outside
of a car, for example) is drastically lower than that from hand-held
phones, because a person’s RF exposure decreases rapidly with
distance from the source. The safety of so-called “cordless phones”,
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which have a base unit connected to the telephone wiring in a house and
which operate at far lower power levels and frequencies, has not been
questioned.
How much evidence is there that handheld mobile phones
might be harmful?
Briefly, there is not enough evidence to know for sure, either way;
however, research efforts are on-going. The existing scientific evidence
is conflicting and many of the studies that have been done to date have
suffered from flaws in their research methods. Animal experiments
investigating the effects of RF exposures characteristic of mobile
phones have yielded conflicting results. A few animal studies, however,
have suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate the development
of cancer in laboratory animals. In one study, mice genetically altered
to be predisposed to developing one type of cancer developed more
than twice as many such cancers when they were exposed to RF
energy compared to controls. There is much uncertainty among
scientists about whether results obtained from animal studies apply to
the use of mobile phones. First, it is uncertain how to apply the results
obtained in rats and mice to humans. Second, many of the studies that
showed increased tumor development used animals that had already
been treated with cancer-causing chemicals, and other studies
exposed the animals to the RF virtually continuously – up to 22 hours
per day.
For the past five years in the United States, the mobile phone industry
has supported research into the safety of mobile phones. This research
has resulted in two findings in particular that merit additional study:
1. In a hospital-based, case-control study, researchers looked for an
association between mobile phone use and either glioma (a type of brain
cancer) or acoustic neuroma (a benign tumor of the nerve sheath). No
statistically significant association was found between mobile phone use
and acoustic neuroma. There was also no association between mobile
phone use and gliomas when all types of gliomas were considered
together. It should be noted that the average length of mobile phone
exposure in this study was less than three years.
When 20 types of glioma were considered separately, however, an
FDA is currently working with government, industry, and academic
groups to ensure the proper follow-up to these industry-funded
research findings. Collaboration with the Cellular Telecommunications
Industry Association (CTIA) in particular is expected to lead to FDA
providing research recommendations and scientific oversight of new
CTIA-funded research based on such recommendations. Two other
studies of interest have been reported recently in the literature:
1. Two groups of 18 people were exposed to simulated mobile phone signals
under laboratory conditions while they performed cognitive function test.
There were no changes in the subjects’ ability to recall words, numbers,
or pictures, or in their spatial memory, but they were able to make choices
more quickly in one visual test when they were exposed to simulated
mobile phone signals. This was the only change noted among more than
20 variables compared.3
2. In study of 209 brain tumor cases and 425 matched controls, there was no
increased risk of brain tumors associated with mobile phone use. When
tumors did exist in certain locations, however, they were more likely to be
on the side of the head where the mobile phone was used. Because this
occurred in only a small number of cases, the increased likelihood was too
small to be statistically significant.4
In summary, we do not have enough information at this point to assure
the public that there are, or are not, any low incident health problems
associated with use of mobile phones. FDA continues to work with all
parties, including other federal agencies and industry, to assure that
research is undertaken to provide the necessary answers to the
outstanding questions about the safety of mobile phones.
What is known about cases of human cancer that have been
reported in users of handheld mobile phones?
Some people who have used mobile phones have been diagnosed with
brain cancer. But it is important to understand that this type of cancer also
occurs among people who have not used mobile phones. In fact, brain
cancer occurs in the U.S. population at a rate of about 6 new cases per
100,000 people each year. At that rate, assuming 80 million users of
mobile phones (a number increasing at a rate of about 1 million per
month), about 4800 cases of brain cancer would be expected each year
among those 80 million people, whether or not they used their phones.
Thus it is not possible to tell whether any individual’s cancer arose
because of the phone, or whether it would have happened anyway. A key
question is whether the risk of getting a particular form of cancer is greater
among people who use mobile phones than among the rest of the
population. One way to answer that question is to compare the usage of
mobile phones among people with brain cancer with the use of mobile
phones among appropriately matched people without brain cancer. This
is called a case-control study. The current case-control study of brain
cancers by the National Cancer Institute, as well as the follow-up research
to be sponsored by industry, will begin to generate this type of information.
What is FDA’s role concerning the safety of mobile phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation-emitting
consumer products such as mobile phones before marketing, as it does
with new drugs or medical devices. However, the agency has authority to
take action if mobile phones are shown to emit radiation at a level that is
hazardous to the user. In such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers
of mobile phones to notify users of the health hazard and to repair, replace
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association was found between mobile phone use and one rare type of
glioma, neuroepithelliomatous tumors. It is possible with multiple
comparisons of the same sample that this association occurred by
chance.
Moreover, the risk did not increase with how often the mobile phone was
used, or the length of the calls. In fact, the risk actually decreased with
cumulative hours of mobile phone use. Most cancer causing agents
increase risk with increased exposure. An ongoing study of brain cancers
by the National Cancer Institute is expected to bear on the accuracy and
repeatability of these results.1
2. Researchers conducted a large battery of laboratory tests to assess the
effect of exposure to mobile phone RF on genetic material. These included
tests for several kinds of abnormalities, including mutations, chromosomal
aberrations, DNA strand breaks, and structural changes in the genetic
material of blood cells called lymphocytes. None of the tests showed any
effect from the RF except for the micronucleus assay, which detects
structural effects on the genetic material. The cells in this assay showed
changes after exposure to simulated cell phone radiation, but only after 24
hours of exposure. It is possible that exposing the test cells to radiation for
this long resulted in heating. Since this assay is known to be sensitive to
heating, heat alone could have caused the abnormalities to occur. The
data already in the literature on the response of the micronucleus assay to
RF are conflicting. Thus, followup research is necessary.2
Consumer Update
or recall the phones so that the hazard no longer exists. Although the
existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions at this time, FDA
has urged the mobile phone industry to take a number of steps to assure
public safety. The agency has recommended that the industry:
• support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the
type emitted by mobile phones;
• design mobile phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the
user that is not necessary for device function; and Personal Settings
• cooperate in providing mobile phone users with the best possible
information on what is known about possible effects of mobile phone use
on human health.
At the same time, FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the
federal agencies that have responsibility for different aspects of mobile
phone safety to ensure a coordinated effort at the federal level. These
agencies are:
• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
• Environmental Protection Agency
• Federal Communications Commission
• Occupational Health and Safety Administration
• National Telecommunications and Information Administration
The National Institutes of Health also participates in this group.
In the absence of conclusive information about any possible
risk, what can concerned individuals do?
If there is a risk from these products and at this point we do not know that
there is – it is probably very small. But if people are concerned about
avoiding even potential risks, there are simple steps they can take to do so.
For example, time is a key factor in how much exposure a person receives.
Those persons who spend long periods of time on their hand-held mobile
phones could consider holding lengthy conversations on conventional
phones and reserving the hand-held models for shorter conversations or
for situations when other types of phones are not available. People who
must conduct extended conversations in their cars every day could switch
to a type of mobile phone that places more distance between their bodies
and the source of the RF, since the exposure level drops off dramatically
with distance. For example, they could switch to
• a mobile phone in which the antenna is located outside the vehicle,
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• a hand-held phone with a built-in antenna connected to a different
antenna mounted on the outside of the car or built into a separate
package, or
• a headset with a remote antenna to a mobile phone carried at the waist.
Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that mobile phones are
harmful. But if people are concerned about the radiofrequency energy
from these products, taking the simple precautions outlined above can
reduce any possible risk.
Where can I find additional information?
For additional information, see the following websites:
• Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
RF Safety Program (select “Information on Human Exposure to RF
Fields from Cellular and PCD Radio Transmitters”):
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety
• World Health Organization (WHO)
International Commission on Non-lonizing
Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): http://www.who.int/peh-emf
• United Kingdom, National Radiological Protection Board:
http://www.nrpb.org.uk
• Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA):
http://www.wowcom. com
• U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Devices and
Radiological Health: http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/consumer/
1. Muscat et al. “Epidemiological Study of Cellular Telephone Use and
Malignant Brain Tumors”. In: State of the Science Symposium; 1999 June
20; Long Beach, California.
2. Tice et al. “Tests of mobile phone signals for activity in genotoxicity and
other laboratory assays”. In: Annual Meeting of the Environmental
Mutagen Society. March 29,1999, Washington, D.C. and personal
communication, unpublished results.
3. Preece, AW, Iwi, G, Davies-Smith, A, Wesnes, K, Butler, S, Lim, E, and
Varey, A. “Effect of a 915-MHz simulated mobile phone signal on cognitive
function in man”. Int. J. Radiat. Biol., April 8, 1999.
Hardell, L, Nasman, A, Pahlson, A, Hallquist, Aand Mild, KH.
“Use of cellular telephones and the risk for brain tumors: a case-control
study”. Int. J. Oncol., 15: 113-116, 1999.
Specifications
Bands Supported . . . . . . . . . . . . . GSM 850 Class 4
GSM1800 Class 1
GSM1900 Class 1
Standby Time (hrs)* . . . . . . . . . . . 80 – 200
Backlight Colours . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 (White)
Talk Time (hrs)* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5 – 6
Scheduler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Up to 50 entries
Temperature Range
Charging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +5ºC – +35ºC
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -20ºC – +60ºC
Weight: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 g (including battery)
Dimensions
Height . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 mm
Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 mm
Depth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 mm
Supply Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.7 V (780 mAh Li-ion)
Ring Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preset: 20
(Varies depending on
Data Folder)
Alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Graphics Formats Supported . . . . GIF89a, BMP, WBMP,
PNG, WPNG, JPEG
Maximum Graphics Size . . . . . . . W128 x H80 pixels
(4096 CSTN colours)
NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Antenna . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fixed
SIM Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 V only
Phonebook Memory . . . . . . . . . . . 250 entries + SIM
Animation Themes . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
*NOTE: Talk and Standby time depend on network
conditions, SIM usage and battery condition.
Specifications
Charge Time** . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Up to 165 Min
**NOTE: Charging time depends on usage and
battery condition.
User Composed Melody . . . . . . . . 5
Games . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
NOTE: PIN2 code and PUK2 code are supplied by
your service provider.
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Accessories
Accessories
Li-Ion Battery (EB-BSG50USD)
Rapid Charger (EB-CAD55US)
Double your talk time by having a spare
battery.
Carry a lightweight portable charger
wherever you go to ensure you
always have power to talk.
How to Identify a Genuine Panasonic Accessory
Panasonic produces some of the most advanced mobile phones available. So, as you’d expect from this class leader, the range of
accessories are second to none.
Most genuine Panasonic accessories will have a label showing an “EB-XXX00” model number.
NOTE: Accessories are subject to change without notice.
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Warranty
CELLULAR TELEPHONE PRODUCTS
Limited Warranty
Panasonic Digital Communications and Security Company
(referred to as the "Warrantor") will repair or replace this product
with new or refurbished parts or product, at Panasonic's sole
option, free of charge, in the U.S.A. in the event of a defect in
materials or workmanship from the date of original purchase as
follows:
HANDHELD CELLULAR TELEPHONE (except description as
follows)
- For one (1) year.
ACCESSORIES (packaged with the Handheld Kit)
- For one (1) year.
ACCESSORIES (packaged separately)
- Refer to the warranty statement printed on or included in the
accessory package.
To exercise your warranty return the product and a copy of the
original dated purchase receipt, pre-paid, to Panasonic at the
address as follows. Please be sure to include your return address
and a description of the alleged defect.
Panasonic Cellular Service Repair
14800 FAA Blvd., Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX 76155
Panasonic strongly recommends that the product be adequately
packaged to avoid shipping damage. You may also want to insure
the product. Panasonic will return the repaired product pre-paid to
you at your U.S.A. address.
This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser. A valid
purchase receipt or other proof of date of original purchase will be
required before warranty service is rendered.
This warranty covers only failures due to defects in materials or
workmanship that occur during normal use. It does not cover
damage that occurs in shipment, failures that are caused by
products not supplied by Panasonic, failures that result from
accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, water damage, mishandling,
misapplication, faulty installation, setup adjustments, improper
maintenance, alteration, improper antenna, inadequate signal
pickup, maladjustment of consumer controls, line power surge,
lightning damage, modification or service by anyone other than a
Panasonic Authorized Servicenter or damage that is attributable
to acts of God. Removal and re-installation costs are not covered
by this warranty nor are products on which the serial number is
missing, altered or made illegible.
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Warranty
PANASONIC DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS AND SECURITY
COMPANY
DIVISION OF MATSUSHITA ELECTRIC CORPORATION OF
AMERICA
2 Panasonic Way, 2H-2, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
Warranty
LIMITS AND EXCLUSIONS
There are no express warranties except as set forth hereinbefore.
WARRANTOR SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE
OF THIS PRODUCT, OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF
THIS WARRANTY. ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY
PERIODS SET FORTH HEREINBEFORE. Some states do not
allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential
damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so
the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
have other rights which vary from state to state.
If a problem is not handled to your satisfaction, then write the
Consumer Affairs Division at the company address indicated
hereinbefore or contact Panasonic at 1-800-414-4408 or TTY: 1770-338-6204.
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Personal Settings
Item
Provisioning
Information
Setting No. 1
Provisioning
Information
Setting No. 2
Provisioning
Information
Setting No. 3
Provisioning
Information
Setting No. 4
Provisioning
Information
Setting No. 5
Personal Settings
Profile Name
Server Name
IP Address
IP Port
Homepage
Linger Time
Circuit Switched (CSD)
Server Name
Call Type
Dial Number
Login Name
Password
Packet Switched (GPRS)
Server Name
GPRS APN
Login Name
Password
Authentication
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Licensing
Licensing
CP8 Patent
Tegic
© Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. 2004
T9® Text Input is a registered trademark of Tegic
Communications, Inc. T9® is covered by U.S. Pat.
5,818,437, U.S. Pat. 5,953,541, 5, U.S. Pat. 5,953,541, U.S.
Pat. 6,011,554 and other patents pending.
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 Panasonic Mobile
Communications Co., Ltd.
OpenWave
OpenWave is a pioneer in the mobile
data transfer industry, supplying voice
and data revenue to the mobile
communications sector.
This product is licensed under one or more of the following U.S.
Patents:4,675,863,4,777,633,4,779,262,4,785,450,4,811,420,4,
817,089,4,912,705,5,022,024,5,119,375,5,121,391,5,159,705,5,
657,358,5,687,194,5,734,678
This product may be protected under one or more of the following
U.S. Patents: 5,842,129,5,504,803, and 5,483,666 and other
patents that are pending.
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Index
Access to Shortcuts ...........................................................33
Accessorires .......................................................................94
Activating a profile .............................................................29
Alarm Setting .....................................................................76
Alert Type ..........................................................................29
Answering Calls .................................................................18
Any Key Answer ................................................................32
APN ....................................................................................88
Applications .......................................................................73
Attaching and Removing the Battery .................................. 8
Auto Answer ......................................................................32
Auto capital change ............................................................59
Auto Display ......................................................................57
B
Back to the Menu Display ...................................................12
Bookmarks..........................................................................46
Brightness...........................................................................31
Broadcast ...........................................................................55
Browser .............................................................................44
Browsing Bookmark............................................................46
Browsing the Phone Book ..................................................39
C
Calculator ..........................................................................77
Call Divert ..........................................................................65
Call Service .......................................................................62
Care and Maintenance ........................................................7
Change Phonecode ........................................................... 67
Changing Alert Type .......................................................... 29
Changing the Language .................................................... 28
Changing the Ring Tone ................................................... 23
Changing the Security Code ............................................. 67
Changing the Volume ........................................................ 23
CHAP ................................................................................ 88
Charge Settings.................................................................. 63
Charging the Battery ........................................................... 9
Classic rally ....................................................................... 35
Clock .................................................................................. 75
Codes ................................................................................ 67
Composing a Melody ......................................................... 24
Connection Setting ............................................................ 70
Consumer Update .............................................................. 90
Contents ............................................................................... i
Creating a New Short Text Message ................................ 49
CSD Setting ....................................................................... 69
CSD ................................................................................... 88
Currency ............................................................................. 78
D
Date Format/Time Format ................................................. 76
Desktop Handsfree ............................................................ 19
Disabling Key Guard ......................................................... 47
Display .......................................................................... 11,26
Displaying Main Menu ....................................................... 15
DTMF Tones ................................................................ 20,88
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Index
A
Index
E
Inserting and Removing the SIM ......................................... 8
International Dialing ............................................................17
Earpiece Volume ............................................................... 16
Editing profiles .................................................................. 29
Editing User Messages ................................................ 31,50
Emergency Call ................................................................. 17
Enabling/Disabling the PIN ............................................... 67
Entering a Schedule .......................................................... 74
Entering to the Menu Display ............................................ 12
Entering URL from Browser menu ..................................... 46
Erasing Records ............................................................... 82
K
F
Language............................................................................28
Last Number Dialing ...........................................................17
Licensing.............................................................................98
Long Press..........................................................................14
Low Battery Power Warning ............................................... 9
Fillip ................................................................................... 35
G
Games ......................................................................... 35,73
Getting Started .................................................................... 8
Glossary of Terms ............................................................. 88
GPRS ................................................................................ 88
GPRS Info.......................................................................... 70
GPRS Setting..................................................................... 70
Group Settings .................................................................. 40
GSM .................................................................................. 88
H
Hot Key Dial ....................................................................... 42
I
Important Error Messages ................................................. 85
In-Call Options .................................................................. 19
Incoming Call While on a Call ............................................ 21
100
Key Guard...........................................................................47
Key Operation.....................................................................35
Key Tone ............................................................................30
Keys ...................................................................................10
Keys & Displays .................................................................10
L
M
Making a Call by Using Hot Key Dial .................................42
Making a Second Call ........................................................21
Making Calls ......................................................................16
Melody Composer ..............................................................78
Memory Status ...................................................................41
Menu Structure ...................................................................13
Menu Display .....................................................................12
Messages ..........................................................................49
My Numbers ......................................................................41
My Phone ...........................................................................23
My Phonebook ..............................................................33,42
N
Network ..............................................................................69
O
One Click Mute on Incoming Call .......................................18
Operation of Battery Level Indicator ................................... 9
Options ...............................................................................54
Options in Phone Book ......................................................39
Other Text Modes...............................................................60
P
PAP ...................................................................................88
Password ...........................................................................88
Pause Dial .........................................................................20
Personal Settings ..............................................................97
Phone Basics .....................................................................15
Phone Book .......................................................................37
Phone ON/OFF ..................................................................15
Phone Option .....................................................................62
Phonebook Dialing ............................................................16
Picture Folder ....................................................................80
PIN .....................................................................................88
PIN2 ...................................................................................88
Power Off Time ..................................................................77
Profiles ...............................................................................29
PUK/PUK2 .........................................................................88
Q
Quick Touch Silent Mode ...................................................18
R
Rate Computing .................................................................78
Reading a Received Message .......................................... 51
Records ............................................................................. 82
Registration ....................................................................... 89
Rename a melody .............................................................. 25
Reset Defaults ................................................................... 32
Ring Volume.................................................................. 18,29
Roaming ............................................................................ 89
S
Safety First .......................................................................... 1
Scheduler .......................................................................... 74
Security ............................................................................. 66
Selecting Games ............................................................... 35
Server Setting .................................................................... 44
Service Provider ................................................................ 89
Set to Ringtone................................................................... 25
Setting Any Key Answer .................................................... 32
Setting Auto Answer .......................................................... 32
Setting Auto Display ..................................................... 57,64
Setting Bookmarks ............................................................ 46
Setting Bookmark from Homepage .................................... 46
Setting Brightness ............................................................. 28
Setting Broadcast .............................................................. 55
Setting Call Bar ................................................................. 66
Setting Call Divert .............................................................. 65
Setting Call Waiting ........................................................... 62
Setting Caller’s ID............................................................... 63
Setting Colour Themes ...................................................... 28
Setting Currency................................................................. 63
Setting Display Animation ................................................. 27
Setting Display Contrast .................................................... 27
Setting Fixed Dial .............................................................. 68
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Index
Network Operator ..............................................................88
Network setting ..................................................................69
Index
Setting Greeting ................................................................ 27
Setting Hot Key Dial .......................................................... 42
Setting Key Guard ............................................................. 47
Setting Key Tone .............................................................. 26
Setting Language .............................................................. 56
Setting My Numbers ......................................................... 41
Setting Options ................................................................. 54
Setting Personal Rate ....................................................... 64
Setting Phone Line ............................................................ 65
Setting Ringtone ............................................................... 79
Setting Shortcuts ............................................................... 33
Setting SIM Lock ............................................................... 68
Setting SIM or Mobile Phonebook .................................... 33
Setting T9 Input ................................................................. 33
Setting the currency value ................................................ 78
Setting the Maximum Cost ................................................ 64
Setting the Message Centre Number ................................ 49
Setting Topic ..................................................................... 55
Setting User defined Topic................................................. 55
Setting Wallpaper ......................................................... 26,80
Setting Warning Tone ....................................................... 26
Setting Withhold ID ........................................................... 63
Shift mode.......................................................................... 59
Shift mode change ............................................................. 59
Shortcuts ........................................................................... 33
Shortcut from Idle Screen ................................................. 14
Short press ........................................................................ 14
SIM .................................................................................... 89
SMS ............................................................................. 49,89
Sound Folder .................................................................... 79
Sounds .............................................................................. 23
Specifications .................................................................... 93
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Standard Dialing ................................................................16
Starting Games ..................................................................35
Status Icons .......................................................................11
STK (SIM Tool Kit)..............................................................73
Storing ...............................................................................37
Storing a Fixed Dial Number...............................................38
Storing a Number in Mobile Phonebook .............................37
Storing a Number in SIM ...................................................37
Symbols Used in the Manual ..............................................12
T
T9® Dictionary.....................................................................59
T9 Input...............................................................................33
T9® Text Input ....................................................................60
Text Entry ..........................................................................58
Text Input ...........................................................................59
Time & Date Setting ...........................................................75
Time Display Setting ..........................................................75
Time Zone Setting .............................................................75
To end alarm.......................................................................76
Troubleshooting .................................................................83
U
User Messages ..................................................................31
V
Vibrator ..............................................................................30
Viewing ..............................................................................39
Viewing Broadcast ..............................................................56
Viewing / Editing Scheduler ...............................................74
Viewing GPRS Information .................................................70
Viewing melody information................................................25
Viewing Last Dialed, Answered and
Unanswered numbers ......................................................82
Viewing Memory Status ..................................... 41,54,79,80
Viewing Message Lists in Archive .....................................53
Viewing Message Lists in Outbox ......................................52
Viewing My Numbers .........................................................41
Viewing Picture of Caller’s ID ............................................80
Viewing Time/Charges ......................................................62
W
Index
WAP ..................................................................................89
WAP Activating ..................................................................45
Warranty ............................................................................95
Warning Tone ....................................................................30
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