Panasonic Cell Phone EB-A100 User manual

Panasonic Cell Phone EB-A100 User manual
Panasonic EB-A100 Operation Instruction_English_cover page
Operating Instructions
Digital Cellular Phone
All screen images in the manual are simulated.
3TR002563BAA
Panasonic Mobile Communications Corporation of the Philippines
Laguna Technopark Sta. Rosa, Laguna, Philippines.
Printed in Philippines
26.04.04
Before operating this equipment please read these instructions completely.
Charge battery before operation.
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Contents
Introduction ...........................1
Safety Considerations ...............1
Care and Maintenance ..........5
Getting Started ......................7
Fitting and removing the battery .....7
Fitting and removing the SIM ....8
Charging the battery ..................8
Battery level indicator ................9
Low battery power warning .......9
Your phone ..............................10
Key functions ...........................11
Displays ...................................13
Basic Operations.................16
Switching the phone on/off ......16
Making a call ...........................16
Ending a call ............................17
Answering a call ......................18
In-call operations .....................19
Incoming call while on a call ....21
DTMF ......................................22
Text entry ................................23
Menu Display...........................26
Menu Structure ....................27
My Phone Menu ..................28
Sounds ....................................29
Display.....................................30
Language ................................32
Alerts .......................................32
Profiles ....................................33
Auto answer ............................35
Any key answer .......................35
Defaults ...................................35
Games Menu .......................36
Selecting games ......................36
Contacts Menu.....................39
Browse ....................................40
Create ..................................... 40
Groups .................................... 44
Memory status......................... 45
My Numbers............................ 45
Hotkey dial .............................. 46
My Contacts ............................ 46
Calendar .............................. 47
New event ............................... 47
View event............................... 48
Key Guard ........................... 49
Messages Menu .................. 50
Create ..................................... 51
Inbox ....................................... 54
Outbox..................................... 55
Archive .................................... 56
User Messages ....................... 57
Memory status......................... 57
Settings ................................... 58
Cell Broadcast......................... 60
Phone Menu ........................ 62
Call Service ............................. 63
Call Diverts.............................. 67
Security ................................... 68
Network ................................... 71
Application Menu................ 72
Clock ....................................... 73
Calculator ................................ 75
Currency.................................. 76
Melody composer.................... 77
Phone menu............................ 78
Records Menu..................... 79
Last dialled/Answered/Unanswered
number ..................................... 79
Delete all ................................. 80
Troubleshooting ................. 81
Important Error Messages.... 83
Contents
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Glossary of Terms ...............84
Specifications ......................85
Licensing..............................86
Index .....................................87
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic digital cellular phone. This phone is
designed to operate on GSM networks – GSM900, GSM1800 and GSM1900.
Please ensure the battery is fully charged before use.
Safety Considerations
The following information should be read and understood as it provides details,
which will enable you to operate your phone in a manner which is both safe to you
and your environment, and conforms to legal requirements regarding the use of
cellular phones.
Power
This equipment should only be charged with approved
charging equipment to ensure optimum performance and
avoid damage to your phone. Other usage will invalidate any
approval given to this apparatus and may be dangerous.
Ensure the voltage rating of the Travel Charger is compatible
with the area of use when travelling abroad.
A Travel Charger EB-CAD55xx* is supplied with the Main Kit.
NOTE* xx identifies the charger region, e.g. CN, EU, UK, AU, US.
Battery
Aircraft
Use of another battery pack than that recommended by the
manufacturer may result in a safety hazard. If you use a
feature which keeps the key backlight on continuously for a
long time, battery life will become extremely short. To
maintain longer battery life, set the key backlight to off.
Switch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft. The use of
cellular phones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the
operation of the aircraft, disrupt the cellular network and may
be illegal. Failure to observe this instruction may lead to the
suspension or denial of cellular phone services to the
offender, or legal action or both.
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Disposing of
the Battery
Do Not Use
Driving
Electronic
Devices
Efficient Use
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Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery as ordinary
rubbish. The battery must be disposed of in accordance with
local regulations and may be recycled.
It is advised not to use the equipment at a refuelling point.
Users are reminded to observe restrictions on the use of
radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants or where
blasting operations are in progress. Never expose the
battery to extreme temperatures (in excess of 60°C).
It is imperative that the driver exercises proper control of the
vehicle at all times. Do not hold a phone while you are
driving; find a safe place to stop first. Do not speak into a
handsfree microphone if it will take your mind off the road.
Always acquaint yourself thoroughly with restrictions
concerning the use of cellular phones within the area where
you are driving and observe them at all times.
Care must be taken when using the phone in close proximity
to personal medical devices, such as pacemakers and
hearing aids.
For most efficient use hold the phone as you would any
normal phone. To avoid deterioration of signal quality or
antenna performance, do not touch or "cup" the antenna
area while the phone is switched on. Unauthorised
modifications or attachments may damage the phone and
violate applicable regulations. The use of unapproved
modification or attachment may result in the invalidation of
your guarantee – this does not affect your statutory rights.
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When your handset, the accompanying battery or charging
accessories are wet, do not put those in any type of heating
equipment, such as a microwave oven, a high pressure
container, or a drier or similar. It may cause the battery,
handset and/or charging equipment to leak, heat up, expand,
explode and/or catch fire. Moreover, the product or
accessories may emit smoke and their electrical circuits may
become damaged and cause the products to malfunction.
Panasonic is not responsible for any and all damages,
whether direct or indirect, howsoever caused by any misuse.
This equipment should only be used with Panasonic
approved accessories to ensure optimum performance and
avoid damage to your phone. Panasonic is not responsible
for damages caused by using non-Panasonic approved
accessories.
This phone must be used in compliance with any applicable
international or national law or any special restrictions
governing its use in specified applications and environments.
This includes but is not limited to use in hospitals, aircraft,
whilst driving and any other restricted uses.
Backup
Copies &
Security
It is recommended that you create a copy or backup, as
appropriate, for any important information and data which
you store in your phone’s memory. In order to avoid
accidental loss of data, please follow all instructions relating
to the care and maintenance of your phone and its battery.
Panasonic accepts no liability for any and all losses
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howsoever arising from any loss of data, including but not
limited to direct and indirect losses (to include, but not limited
to consequential loss, anticipated savings, loss of revenue).
Your phone has the capability of storing and communicating
personal information. It is recommended that you take care
to ensure that any personal or financial information is stored
separately from your phone. You should use the security
features, such as SIM Lock, provided in the handset as a
measure of protection for information held. Panasonic
accepts no liability for any and all losses howsoever arising
from any loss of data, including but not limited to direct and
indirect losses (to include, but not limited to consequential
loss, anticipated savings, loss of revenue)
The display layouts and screenshots within this document
are for illustrative purposes and may differ from the actual
displays on your phone. Panasonic reserves the right to
change the information in this document without prior notice.
This Panasonic mobile phone is designed, manufactured
and tested to ensure that it complies with the specifications
covering RF exposure guidelines applicable at the time of
manufacture, in accordance with EU, USA FCC, and
Australian ACA regulations.
Please refer to our website for latest information/standards
and compliance in your country/region of use.
http://www.panasonicmobile.com
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Care and Maintenance
Pressing any of the keys may produce a loud tone. Avoid
holding the phone close to the ear while pressing the keys.
Extreme temperatures may have a temporary effect on the
operation of your phone. This is normal and does not indicate
a fault. The display quality may deteriorate if the phone is
used in environments over 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.
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.
Care and Maintenance
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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
jewellery, keys, etc.).
Always charge the battery in a well ventilated area, not in
direct sunlight, between +5°C and +35°C. It is not possible to
recharge the battery if it is outside this temperature range.
When disposing of any packing materials or old equipment,
check with your local authorities for information on recycling.
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Getting Started
Fitting and removing the battery
Before removing the battery, ensure that the phone is switched off and the charger
is disconnected from the phone.
Fitting the battery
1
2
1
2
Remove the battery compartment cover. Insert the battery ensuring the
3 gold contacts align with the 3 gold pins in the phone.
Removing the battery
1
2
Push and hold the release latch ò towards the top of the phone using
the cover clip, then lift the battery out ù.
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Fitting and removing the SIM
The SIM is located under the battery.
Fitting the SIM
Ensure the gold contacts are facing
downwards before sliding the SIM
into the SIM holder.
Removing the SIM
While holding the tab down, slide
the SIM out.
Charging the battery
Connecting and disconnecting the Travel Charger
The battery must be fitted in the phone before the charger is connected. Insert the
Charging Connector into the socket at the base of the phone before connecting the
charger to the mains outlet. Once connected, the Battery level indicator will start
scrolling (see "Battery level indicator" on page 9). It is recommended to charge the
battery for a minimum of 4 hours before first use.
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 several minutes before the Battery
level indicator is displayed.
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When charging is complete,
disconnect the charger from
the outlet before removing the
plug from the phone.
Battery level indicator
While charging
Phone on
Charging
complete
>J
Phone off
Low battery power warning
When the battery power is low, a “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 page 8. (Calls can be made and received while the
phone is charging.)
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Your phone
Earpiece
Personal
Hands Free Connector
Display
Navigation Key
Scroll/move through
menus
Right Soft Key
Left Soft Key
Cancel/exit
Perform functions
indicated in the right
display corner
Perform functions
indicated in the left
display corner
Send Key
Power/End Key
Answer/make a call
Press and hold to switch
your phone on/off
Silent Mode Key
Charging Connector
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Press and hold to switch
Silent Mode on/off
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Key functions
Key
Function
4
Navigation Key: Scroll or move through menus, text and phone
numbers.
In idle mode, press to display the "Contacts" menu.
A
Left Soft Key: Perform the functions displayed in the lower left
corner.
In idle mode, press to activate the "Menu" display, or press and
hold to activate the "Profiles" menu.
@
Right Soft Key/Cancel or Exit Key: Perform the functions
displayed in the lower right corner. Mainly used to cancel and
return to the previous menu level.
In text entry mode, press to delete text.
In idle mode, press to activate the "Messages" menu.
When receiving a call, press to mute the ringtone.
#~,
"
Numeric Keys: Enter numbers. Press and hold one of the keys
from $ to , for Hotkey dialling.
Press and hold # to enter a "+" (international access code)
or "P" (extension number code).
To dial an extension number, dial the phone number first, press
and hold # to add a "P", then enter the extension number.
In text entry mode, enter text, numbers and characters.
C
Send Key: Make a call or answer a call.
In idle mode, press to check the last dialled list.
In text entry mode, press to switch between input methods.
D
Power/End Key: End/reject a call.
During key operation, press to return to the previous display.
Press and hold to return to idle mode.
In idle mode, press and hold to switch phone on/off.
!
Silent Mode Key: In idle mode, press and hold to switch the
Silent Mode (Vibrator on/Ring off) on and off.
In text entry mode, press to switch T9 smart English input mode
on/off, or press and hold to enter symbols.
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During a call
Minimal menu options are available during a call by pressing the following key
options.
Key
Function
A
Activate Hands free, Conference call, Call transfer, Contacts list,
Messages menu, Call status.
@
1
5
C
#~,
!"
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Swap between two calls. Put the call on hold.
Increase the volume while on a call.
Decrease the volume while on a call.
Display the last dialled records list. Answer another call. If a
phone number is entered, hold the active call and call the
number.
Send DTMF.
Press and hold ! to switch the Hands free speaker on/off
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Displays
Idle display
The clock appears on the display one minute after you press
the last key.
The clock position changes every minute.
NOTE: All screen images in this manual are simulated.
NOTE: Some services described in this manual are network
dependent or may only be available on a subscription basis. Some
functions are SIM dependent.
For more information, contact your service provider.
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Status icons
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 there is no connection with the
network, the Signal icon will not be displayed.
Icon
OP
Meaning
Antenna and signal strength
Registered to a non-home network – roaming
G
Call Diverts is on
L
Key Guard is enabled
Message area is full
Unread message is stored
(Flashing)
N
Voice mail indicator (voice mail has been received)
Alarm is set
All tones or ring volume is off
Vibrator is on
J
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Battery charge level
Low battery
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Symbols in the Manual
Symbols
Meaning
154
Press the Navigation Key in the direction indicated by the arrow
A
Press Left Soft Key
@
Press Right Soft Key
# ~,
Press Numeric Keys
C
Press Send Key
D
Press Power/End Key
"
Press Asterisk Key
!
Press Silent Mode Key
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Basic Operations
Switching the phone on/off
1. Press and hold D for 2 to 3 seconds
2. The phone starts in idle mode
3. Press and hold D again to switch the power off
Making a call
Ensure that the signal strength meter shows network
coverage is available in the current area.
To make a call, start in idle mode.
Standard dialling
1. Enter the area code and phone number C
The dialled number is displayed
2. When the other party answers, talk into the Microphone
Earpiece Volume:
During a call, 4 to adjust the earpiece volume
Using the contacts list
1. 4 to enter Contacts
2. 4 required name or phone number C
Last number dialling
1. C
2. 4 required name or phone number C
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International dialling
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 the
country / region code
2. Enter the 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 dialling
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
When SIM is inserted:
Enter the emergency number 112 C
When SIM is not inserted:
Enter the emergency number 112 C
OR
@ (SOS) > "Emergency call" A (Yes)
NOTE: Most countries support the international emergency
number 112. If you find the number does not work on your phone,
please call your service provider. Emergency calls without a SIM is
country or network operator dependent.
Ending a call
To hang up, D
The duration of the call will be displayed.
When the "Max cost" is on, the remaining units will be
displayed.
For setting the "Max cost", see "Maximum cost:" on page
66.
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Answering a call
C
OR
If "Any key answer" is on,
From idle mode
press any key except D.
(See "Any key answer" on page 35.)
Volume:
From My Phone
1. 4 Sounds >Volume A(Select)
2. 4 Adjust the volume level A(OK)
Quick touch silent mode:
To quickly set the ringtone off (
) and the vibrator
on (
), press and hold !.
To resume, press and hold ! again.
One click mute on incoming call:
To set the ring tone off,
@(Mute)
•If you want to reply to the call, A(Reply)
•If you want to reject the call, @(Reject).
Reject incoming call:
D
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In-call operations
During a call, the following options are available by pressing
A(Menu) or @(Hold)
Hands free/Hand held
You can switch the phone between hands free and hand
held.
During a call:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Hands free / Hand held A(Select)
Contacts
You can access your Contacts list that is stored in SIM in
your phone.
During a call:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Contacts A(Select)
Messages
You can create, check, or send a message while on a call.
See "Messages Menu" on page 50.
During a call:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Messages A(Select)
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Hold
You can put a call on hold.
During a call:
@(Hold)
To resume:
A(Back)
NOTE: This function is network dependent.
Making a second call
During a call:
1. Enter the second phone number or select a phone
number from the Contacts list (see "Contacts" on page
19).
2. C The first call is put on hold
NOTE: This function is network dependent.
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Incoming call while on a call
NOTE: Call waiting must be on – see "Call waiting" on page 63.
This function is network dependent.
During a call, you may receive another call.
1. To answer another call, C (First call is placed on
hold.)
To disconnect another call, A(Reject)
2. During a conversation with a second caller, @(Swap)
or A(Menu) and select one of the following options:
Conference
You can make a conference call with up to 5 parties
During a call:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Conference A(Select)
NOTE: This function is network dependent.
Call transfer
Call transfer connects the active calling party to the other
party on hold, then disconnects your line, leaving the two
callers in the conversation.
During a call:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Call transfer A(Select)
NOTE: This function is network dependent.
Call status
Call status allows you to disconnect the line or put a call on
hold with the active party.
During a call:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Call status A(Select)
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Swap
When you are connected to two calls, you can switch to the
other calls.
During a call:
@(Swap) to change to the other call.
DTMF
DTMF can be sent during a conversation. These are often
used to access voice mail, paging and computerised home
banking. For example, you may need to enter a number to
remotely access voice mail messages. A phone number may
be stored in the Contacts together with a DTMF sequence,
allowing the number to be dialled upon recall and the DTMF
number to be sent automatically.
Send DTMF during a call:
Enter digits (#~,, ! or ").
Pause dial
Using pauses allows you to send DTMF automatically.
1. Enter the 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
When the call is connected the DTMF sequence will be
sent after 3 seconds.
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Text entry
You can use alphanumeric characters to enter details into the Contacts list, to
create text, etc.
Text mode
Key
#
$
%
&
'
(
)
*
+
,
C
"
!
@
®
T9 (T9Abc, T9abc, T9ABC)
(Input language: English)
Numeric
Multi tap
(Input mode indicator:
Abc, abc or ABC)
(0 ~ 9)
Space 0. , ? ! + - = : ¿ ¡ ” ’ ; _
0
1/( )< >[]{}%~_&
1
–
–
GHI4–
JKL5–
MNO6–
(1 / ( ) < > [ ] { } % ~ _ &)
–)
–)
( g h i 4 –)
(j k l 5 –)
(m n o 6 –)
(p q r s 7 –)
(t u v 8 –)
(w x y z 9 –)
ABC2
(a b c 2
ABC2Ä
(a b c 2 ä à ç)
2
DEF3
(d e f 3
DEF3É
(d e f 3 é è)
3
PQRS7
TUV8
–
–
WXYZ9
–
GHI4
(g h i 4 ì)
4
JKL5
(j k l 5)
5
MNO6ÖÑ
(m n o 6 ö ñ ò)
6
PQRS7
(p q r s 7 ß)
7
TUV8Ü
(t u v 8 ü ù)
8
W X Y Z 9 Æ Ø Å (w x y z 9 æ ø å)
9
Shift mode
* Γ ∆ΘΛ Ξ Π Σ Φ Ψ Ω
*
(Hold) Space # £ $ ¥ ¤ @ \ § ^ | ↵
#
Delete text / (Hold) Delete all characters
NOTE: Displayed characters in the T9® mode vary depending on the selected input
language. Use ! to toggle T9® On/Off. 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. Then continue to the next word. When “–” is reached, press
@ to spell the word you require.
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Shift mode change
In text entry mode, you can change mode by pressing and
holding C.
Multi tap
Tegic
Abc -> abc -> ABC -> 123
T9Abc -> T9abc -> T9ABC ->
123
Text Input mode change
In text entry mode, to switch T9® mode On/Off, press!.
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® 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. Then continue to the next
word.
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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 hold
@(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 "T9
Input" on page 32.
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
Multi tap mode (Abc, abc or ABC):
Each time a key is pressed in quick succession, the next
character available on that key is displayed. 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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Menu Display
NOTE: Menu display contents are dependent on your SIM.
The menu system provides the means for accessing the functions which do not
have their own dedicated buttons on the keypad.
From idle mode
1. A(Menu)
The main menu display has 9 menu options
(see "Menu Structure" on page 27).
2. 4 required menu A(Select)
OR
press a number next to a menu icon to access a menu option directly.
To go back to the Menu display,
D or @ repeatedly until to the Menu display returns.
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Menu Structure
The 9 main menus are as follows:
My Phone
Sounds
Display
Language
Alerts
Profiles
Auto answer
Any key answer
Defaults
Games
Hit Mouse
Memory
Contacts
Browse
Create
Groups
Memory status
My Numbers
Hotkey dial
My Contacts
Calendar
Key Guard
Messages
Create
Inbox
Outbox
Archive
User Messages
Memory status
Settings
Cell Broadcast
Phone Menu
(or STK) *
Call Service
Call Diverts
Security
Network
Application
Clock
Calculator
Currency
Melody composer
(Phone Menu)*
Records
Last dialled
Answered
Unanswered
Delete all
*STK(SIM Tool Kit) is SIM dependent.
Menu Structure
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My Phone Menu
My Phone
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Sounds
Ringtones ........................ 29
Volume............................. 29
Key tone........................... 29
Warning tone................... 30
Display
Wallpaper......................... 30
Greeting ........................... 30
Animation ........................ 31
Contrast ........................... 31
Backlight.......................... 31
Language
T9 Input............................ 32
Display languages .......... 32
Alerts
Ring only ........................
None................................
Ring & Vibrate ................
Vibrate only ....................
Ring once .......................
Profiles
Normal ............................. 33
Quiet................................. 33
Outdoor............................ 33
Headset............................ 33
32
32
32
32
32
Auto answer
............................................................................................. 35
Any key answer
............................................................................................. 35
Defaults
.............................................................................................35
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Sounds
Ringtones
You can change the ringtones for specific events such as
incoming calls, messages, or alarms. To customise the
ringtone, select the event first, then modify the ringtone.
From My Phone
1. 4 Sounds A(Select)
2. 4 Ringtones A(Select)
3. 4 Any call, Group calls, Alarm or Messages
A(Select)
4. 4 required ringtone A(OK)
Volume
From My Phone
1. 4 Sounds A(Select)
2. 4 Volume A(Select)
3. 4 Adjust the volume level A(OK)
Key tone
From My Phone
1. 4 Sounds A(Select)
2. 4 Key tone A(On/Off)
My Phone Menu
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Warning tone
The warning tone informs you of low battery.
From My Phone
1. 4 Sounds A(Select)
2. 4 Warning tone A(On/Off)
Display
Wallpaper
You can change the wallpaper on the idle display. Idle mode
can also change to the clock.
From My Phone
1. 4 Display A(Select)
2. 4 Wallpaper @(Select)
3. 4 required wallpaper A(Select)
Greeting
You can create a greeting message that is displayed each
time the phone is switched on.
From My Phone
1. 4 Display A(Select)
2. 4 Greeting @(Edit)
3. Enter the greeting A(OK)
4. A(On/Off)
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Animation
You can change the animation on the display when the
phone is powered up.
From My Phone
1. 4 Display A(Select)
2. 4 Animation A(Select)
3. 4 required animation A(Select)
Contrast
You can adjust the contrast of the display.
From My Phone
1. 4 Display A(Select)
2. 4 Contrast A(Select)
3. 4 Adjust the contrast A(OK)
Backlight
You can select the backlight On/Off.
From My Phone
1. 4 Display A(Select)
2. 4 Backlight A(On/Off)
My Phone Menu
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Language
T9 Input
When you create text, this function dramatically reduces the
number of key presses.
From My Phone
1. 4 Language A(Select)
2. 4 T9 Input A(Select)
3. 4 required input type A(On/Off)
Display languages
It is possible to change the display language on your phone.
From My Phone
1. 4 Language A(Select)
2. 4 Display languages A(Select)
3. 4 required language A(Select)
Alerts
You can set your phone to ring and/or vibrate when you
receive a call or messages.
From My Phone
1. 4 Alerts A(Select)
2. 4 required alert A(Select)
The following options are available when a call is received:
- Ring only
- None
- Ring & Vibrate
- Vibrate only
- Ring once
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Profiles
Activating a profile
You can switch between four profiles in your phone, each
with a distinct combination of alert method, ringtone, etc.
Profiles are set up for use in different environments.
From My Phone
1. 4 Profiles A(Select)
2. 4 required profile A(Menu)
3. 4 Activate A(Select)
You can set up the following different profiles.
Normal
Suitable for everyday settings
Quiet
With a ringtone, appropriate for formal
occasions
Outdoor
Suitable when in noisy environments
Headset
Appropriate with vibrator when it is difficult
to hear the ringtone
Setting a profile
You can customise a profile by changing the ring volume, key
tone, warning tone, vibrator, and/or backlight.
Ring volume:
From My Phone
1. 4 Profiles A(Select)
2. 4 required profile A(Menu)
3. 4 Change settings A(Select)
4. 4 Ring volume A(Select)
5. 4 Adjust the volume level A(OK)
My Phone Menu
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Key tone:
From My Phone
1. 4 Profiles A(Select)
2. 4 required profile A(Menu)
3. 4 Change settings A(Select)
4. 4 Key tone A(On/Off)
Warning tone:
From My Phone
1. 4 Profiles A(Select)
2. 4 required profile A(Menu)
3. 4 Change settings A(Select)
4. 4 Warning tone A(On/Off)
Vibrator:
From My Phone
1. 4 Profiles A(Select)
2. 4 required profile A(Menu)
3. 4 Change settings A(Select)
4. 4 Vibrator A(On/Off)
Backlight:
From My Phone
1. 4 Profiles A(Select)
2. 4 required profile A(Menu)
3. 4 Change settings A(Select)
4. 4 Backlight A(On/Off)
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Auto answer
Auto answer can be set. To use this function, the personal
hands free earpiece needs to be connected to the phone.
From My Phone
4 Auto answer A(On/Off)
Any key answer
Calls can be answered by pressing any key (except D).
From My Phone
4 Any key answer A(On/Off)
Defaults
All personal settings are returned to their factory default
settings.
From My Phone
1. 4 Defaults A(Select)
2. "Restore factory settings?" @(Yes) or A(No)
My Phone Menu
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Games Menu
Games
Hit Mouse
............................................................................................. 36
Memory
............................................................................................. 38
Selecting games
From Games
4 Hit Mouse or Memory A(Select).
NOTE: Once the power is switched off, High scores or Best scores
may be lost.
Hit Mouse
When you see the mouse, press any button from 1 to 9 as
quickly as possible to hit it. Keep in mind that the cat is not
your target.
Example: If you press 5, you will hit the object hidden in the
5th hole. This game will end automatically and you will be
given a score. This score might be the highest one! Good
luck!
Key operation:
Press $ ~ ,.
To start the game:
Select New by pressing @(New).
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To change settings:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Change settings A(Select)
3. 4 required setting A(On/Off)
To start the game on a level of your choice:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Level A(Select)
3. 4 required level A(Select)
To see the top score:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Top score A(Select)
To see the instructions:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Instructions A(Select)
Games Menu
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Memory
Match cards to find pairs with as few tries as you can, and
make all cards visible. You can press keys 2, 4, 6, and 8 to
move the cursor as you wish, and key 5 to select cards.
When all cards are visible, you can get a score or maybe top
score. Good luck!
Key operation:
Press %, ', (, ), +.
To start the game:
Select New by pressing @(New).
To change settings:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Change settings A(Select)
3. 4 required setting A(On/Off)
To start the game on a level of your choice:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Level A(Select)
3. 4 required level A(Select)
To see the top score:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Top score A(Select)
To see the instructions:
1. A(Menu)
2. 4 Instructions A(Select)
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Contacts Menu
Contacts
Browse
SIM ................................... 40
Phone............................... 40
Create
SIM ................................... 40
Phone............................... 41
Groups
Friends............................. 44
Colleagues....................... 44
Family .............................. 44
Others .............................. 44
VIP .................................... 44
Memory status
............................................................................................. 45
My Numbers
............................................................................................. 45
Hotkey dial
............................................................................................. 46
My Contacts
SIM ................................... 46
Phone............................... 46
Contacts Menu
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Browse
Viewing the Contacts list in your SIM/Phone
You can search for an entry in the Contacts list.
From Contacts
1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone A(Select)
2. 4 required contact entry A(Menu)
3. 4 View A(Select)
If you press a letter key in step 2, you can jump to the first
entry starting with the letter.
Create
Creating a Contacts list in SIM
Phone numbers can be stored in your SIM.
You can store names, phone numbers, locations and record
numbers in the SIM.
From Contacts
1. 4 Create A(Select)
2. 4 SIM A(Select)
3. Enter the name 5
4. Enter the phone number 5
5. A(Save)
6. “Saved in SIM” is displayed
NOTE: The length and amount of data are SIM dependent.
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Creating a Contacts list in Phone
You can store names, phone numbers, groups and melodies
in your phone.
From Contacts
1. 4 Create A(Select)
2. 4 Phone A(Select)
3. Enter the name 5 > Phone
4. Enter the phone number 5 > Groups
5. @(Set) 4 required group A(Select)
6. @(Set) 4 required melody A(Select)
7. When entries are completed,A(Save)
8. "Saved in Phone" is displayed.
The entries are grouped together and are retained even if
you damage your SIM.
Storing a fixed dial number in FDN
The Fixed dial feature allows you to limit your outgoing calls
to a certain set of numbers saved in FDN, which is located in
your SIM. When this function is on, only the Fixed dial
numbers can be dialled, and any attempt to call any other
number will fail.
To activate this function, you need to set Fixed Dial on. See
page 70.
From Contacts
1. 4 Create A(Select)
2. 4 SIM A(Select)
3. Enter the name 5
4. Enter the phone number 5
5. @(Set) FDN A(Select)
6. A(Save)
7. Enter PIN2 code > A(OK)
8. “Saved in SIM” is displayed.
To store a Fixed dial number, you need to enter your PIN2
code.
Contacts Menu
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Options
Edit:
You can edit the selected Contacts entry.
From Contacts
1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone A(Select)
2. 4 required phone number or name A(Menu)
3. 4 Edit A(Select)
4. A(Save)
Delete:
You can delete the selected Contacts entry.
From Contacts
1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone A(Select)
2. 4 required phone number or name A(Menu)
3. 4 Delete A(Select)
4. "Delete this contact entry ?" A(Yes) or @(No)
Delete all:
You can delete all the Contacts entries.
From Contacts
1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone A(Select)
2. 4 required phone number or name A(Menu)
3. 4 Delete all A(Select)
4. "Delete all entries ?" A(No) or @(Yes)
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Copy to Phone/SIM:
You can copy the selected Contacts entry to the phone or
your SIM.
From Contacts
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Browse > SIM or Phone A(Select)
4 required phone number or nameA(Menu)
4 Copy to Phone/SIM A(Select)
"Copy entry to Phone/SIM ?" A(Yes) or @(No)
Copy all to Phone/SIM:
You can copy all the Contacts entries to the phone or SIM.
From Contacts
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Browse > SIM or Phone A(Select)
4 required phone number or name A(Menu)
4 Copy all to Phone/SIM A(Select)
"Copy all entries to Phone/SIM ?" A(Yes) or
@(No).
Search:
You can search for a name in the Contacts list.
From Contacts
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Browse > SIM or Phone A(Select)
A(Menu)
4 Search A(Select)
Enter the first letter of the required name A(Select)
Contacts Menu
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Groups
You can categorise the items stored in your phone into 5
groups: Friends, Colleagues, Family, Others and VIP.
You can select a particular ringtone for each group to identify
the incoming call.
From Contacts
1. 4 Groups A(Select)
2. 4 required Group A(Menu)
The following options are available:
View
View the Contacts entries in the selected
group
Set ringtone
Set the required ringtone
Remove entries
Delete all the Contacts entries in the
selected group
If there is no entry stored in the selected group, "List empty"
is displayed.
The following options are available by pressing A(Menu)
after you select an entry from the selected group:
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View
View the selected Contacts entry
Edit
Edit the selected Contacts entry
Delete
Delete the selected Contacts entry
Search
Search for a desired item in the selected
group by entering the name.
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Memory status
Memory status shows how many locations are available in
the Contacts list.
Maximum memory capacity:
- Phone 250 locations
- SIM (SIM dependent)
From Contacts
4 Memory status A(Select)
My Numbers
My Numbers is a handy phonebook where names and phone
numbers can be stored and viewed.
From Contacts
1. 4 My Numbers A(Select)
2. 4 required entry A(Menu)
3. 4 Edit A(Select)
4. Enter your phone number 5
5. Enter your name A(Save)
The following options are available by pressing A(Menu)
after you select the required entry:
View
View the selected My Numbers entry
Edit
Edit the selected My Numbers entry
Delete
Delete the selected My Numbers entry
Contacts Menu
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Hotkey dial
Setting Hotkey dial
You can quickly dial phone numbers stored at locations 001
- 009 in the Contacts list.
From Contacts
4 Hotkey dial A(On/Off)
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Making a call by using Hotkey dial
From idle mode
1. Press and hold a numeric key ($ ~ ,)
2. Press C
My Contacts
You can select SIM or Phone so that the Contacts list directly
accessed from idle mode is set to the SIM or Phone Contacts
list.
From Contacts
1. 4 My Contacts A(Select)
2. 4 SIM or Phone A(Select)
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Calendar
Calendar
New event
You can organise your Calendar to remind you of a personal
event, such as a holiday period or birthday.
You need to set the clock, day and time before entering
anything in the Calendar.
From Calendar
1. @ to select Week or Month format
2. To select a day, press numeric keys 2, 8, 4 and 6 to
move the cursor , ,  and
respectively, to set the
desired day. A(Agenda)
3. <New entry> A(Select)
4. @(Set) to select a type of event from Memo and
Meeting A(Select)
5. 4 to enter Description
6. 4 to enter Start date
7. 4 to enter Start time
8. 4 to enter End date
9. 4 to enter End time A(Save).
Ensure that Calendar settings will not contravene any
regulations by switching on automatically when in an aircraft,
medical facility, etc. – (See "Introduction" on page 1.)
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View event
From Calendar
1. @ to select Week or Month format
2. When Month format is selected:
Select a day by using the numeric keys (1, 5, 2, 4, 6
and 8) 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 : 4=0:00-3:59, 8=4:00-7:59, 12=8:0011:59, 16=12:00-15:59, 20=16:00-19:59, 24=20:0023:59)
Select a day by using the numeric keys (2,4,6 and 8)
A(Agenda)
3. 4 required schedule @(View)
4. To return to the previous display, A(OK)
To edit @(Edit), edit the required information
A(Save).
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Key Guard
Key Guard
The Key Guard function is used to prevent any keys from
being accidentally pressed, e.g. when the phone is being
carried.
From Key Guard
A(Yes) or @(No)
When Key Guard is enabled, L appears on the display.
Emergency calls are still possible.
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
dialled.
When L appears on the display, A(Free) > "Press ok to
free keypad" A(OK) .
Key Guard
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Messages Menu
Messages
Create
............................................................................................. 51
Inbox
............................................................................................. 54
Outbox
............................................................................................. 55
Archive
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Inbox............................. 56
Outbox.......................... 56
User Messages
............................................................................................. 57
Memory status
............................................................................................. 57
Settings
Message centre............... 58
Protocol ........................... 58
Validity period ................. 59
Delivery report ................ 59
Cell Broadcast
Cell Broadcast................. 60
Read Messages............... 60
Topic list .......................... 60
Language......................... 61
Auto display .................... 61
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Create
Message centre
It is possible to receive, display, edit and/or send text
messages of up to 1520 characters in 10 messages
(depending on the language), to the 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 Settings.
From Messages
1. 4 Settings > Message centre A(Select)
2. Enter the message centre number in the international
dial format (see "International dialling" on page 17)A(OK)
NOTE: Your network operator may have pre-programmed this
number. Do not change this number as it may cause the failure of
SMS Messaging.
Messages Menu
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Creating a message
From Messages
1. 4 Create A(Select)
2. Create your text message – max. 1520 characters
(see "Text entry" on page 23) A(Menu)
3. 4 Send A(Select)
4. Enter the destination phone number A(OK)
OR
Recall a number from Contacts @(Names) >
4 required name A(Select) > A(OK)
When you create a text, these options are available by
pressing A(Menu):
Send
Send text as a Short Text message
Save
Save text in the Outbox in your SIM
Save and send
Save text in the Outbox in your SIM and
send it
Picture & sound
Add a picture and/or sound to the text. See
page 53.
User Messages
Use a short message stored in the phone
For editing the User Message, see "User
Messages" on page 57.
You can change T9® mode On/Off pressing !.
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EMS (Enhanced Message Service)
You can add a picture and sound to an SMS.
Picture:
From Messages
1. 4 Create A(Select)
2. Create your text message A(Menu)
3. 4 Picture & sound A(Select)
4. 4 required picture A(Select)
Sound:
From Messages
1. 4 Create A(Select)
2. Create your text message A(Menu)
3. 4 Picture & sound A(Select)
4. @(Sound)
5. 4 required sound A(Select)
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Inbox
Viewing a received message
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 you will be alerted by the
vibrator.
flashes when an unread message is received in the Inbox.
When the Inbox is full,
will remain until old messages are
deleted.
From Messages
1. 4 Inbox A(Select)
2. 4 required message A(Menu)
3. 4 View A(Select)
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.
When reading messages, the following options are available
by A(Menu):
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Delete
Delete a message
Reply
Create an SMS reply
Forward
Forward a message to another phone
Edit
Edit a message and save and/or send it to
somebody else
Delete all
Delete all messages in Inbox
Extract Number
Extract numbers in messages and save in
Contacts
Move to Archive
Move a message to Archive Inbox
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Outbox
Viewing a sent message
A list of sent message is stored in your SIM. You can select
a message from the list and view it.
From Messages
1. 4 Outbox A(Select)
2. 4 required message A(Menu)
3. 4 View A(Select)
While you are reading a message, the following options are
available by pressing A(Menu):
Delete
Delete a message
Edit
Edit a message and save and/or send it to
somebody else
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
Contacts
Move to Archive
Move a message to Archive Outbox
Messages Menu
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Archive
Viewing a stored message
To view the list of messages which are stored in Archive.
Inbox: When a message saved in the Inbox is moved into
Archive, the message will be saved in the Archive Inbox.
Outbox: When a message saved in the Outbox is moved
into Archive, the message will be saved in the Archive
Outbox.
From Messages
1. 4 Archive A(Select)
2. 4 Inbox or Outbox A(Select)
3. 4 required message A(Menu)
4. 4 View A(Select)
When reading a message, the following options are available
by A(Menu):
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Send (Outbox)
Send a message to another phone
Edit
Edit a message and save and/or send it to
somebody else
Delete
Delete a message
Forward (Inbox)
Forward a message to another phone
Delete all
Delete all messages in Archive Inbox/
Outbox
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User Messages
You can edit the preset User Messages, then save them for
later use
From Messages
1. 4 User Messages A(Select)
2. 4 required message A(Select)
3. Edit the message A(Menu)
4. 4 Save and send or Save A(Select)
.
NOTE: If the text is wider than the screen display, the text will
scroll.
Memory status
Memory status shows how many locations are left to store
messages in the Inbox.
From Messages
4 Memory status A(Select)
The maximum memory capacity:
- SIM (SIM dependent – max. 100 locations)
- Phone 50 locations
- Archive 50 locations
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Settings
Message centre
Before sending any messages, you need to enter your
Message centre number. This number is provided by your
service provider.
From Messages
1. 4 Settings A(Select)
2. 4 Message centre A(Select)
3. Enter your Message centre number
Protocol
The Message centre is able to convert your message to the
format specified by the selected protocol.
From Messages
1. 4 Settings A(Select)
2. 4 Protocol A(Set)
3. 4 Select required setting from Standard text, Fax,
X.400, Paging, E-mail, ERMES, or Voicemail
A(Select)
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Validity period
You can set the duration that your message is stored at the
Message centre.
From Messages
1. 4 Settings A(Select)
2. 4 Validity period A(Set)
3. 4 Select required setting from Maximum, 1 Hour, 12
Hours, 1 Day, or 1 Week A(Select)
Delivery report
You can request a delivery report regarding the status of a
sent message.
From Messages
1. 4 Settings A(Select)
2. 4 Delivery report A(On/Off)
Messages Menu
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Cell Broadcast
Topic list
You can receive your favourite information regularly from
your service provider.
You need to specify the "topic(s)" of information and the
language in which you wish to receive this information.
To receive the broadcasts, "Cell Broadcast" must be on.
From Messages
1. 4 Cell Broadcast > Topic list > Current> A(Select)
2. 4 required topic A(Menu)
3. 4 Add or Delete A(Select)
User defined topic
From Messages
1. 4 Cell Broadcast > Topic list> User defined >
<New entry> A(Select)
2. Enter msg ID A(OK)
3. Enter the name A(OK)
4. 4 Current A(Select)
5. 4 < Add topic > A(Select)
6. 4 required Topic A(Select)
Reading a message
From Messages
1. 4 Cell Broadcast A(Select)
2. 4 Read Messages A(Select)
3. A(Next) or @(Back) to select the required topic
NOTE: This function will depend on your network service operator.
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Language
You can set the language of the message you receive.
From Messages
1. 4 Cell Broadcast A(Select)
2. 4 Language A(Select)
3. 4 required language above which you wish to insert a
new language
4. 4 Insert A(Select)
5. 4 required language A(Select)
The added language is displayed above the language you
selected in step 3.
If you wish to add a new language to the end of the list,
select “Add to end” in step 4.
To remove a language, select “Delete” in step 4.
Auto display
In idle mode, the latest Info Message is displayed on your
phone automatically.
From Messages
1. 4 Cell Broadcast A(Select)
2. 4 Auto display A(On/Off)
Messages Menu
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Phone Menu
Phone Menu (or STK)*
Call Service
Time/Charge .................... 63
Call waiting...................... 63
Withhold ID...................... 64
Caller’s ID ........................ 64
Charge settings............... 65
Call Diverts
All voice calls .................. 67
Not reachable .................. 67
No reply ........................... 67
Busy ................................. 67
Status check.................... 67
Cancell all ........................ 67
Security
Call bar............................. 68
Codes............................... 69
Fixed dial ......................... 70
SIM lock ........................... 71
Network
Auto network................... 71
New network.................... 71
Network list ..................... 71
Band................................. 71
*STK (SIM Tool Kit) is SIM dependent.
NOTE: If SIM card provides SIM Tool Kit services (STK), this menu will become the STK Menu.
You can still access Phone Menu from Application.
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Call Service
Viewing time/charges
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Service > Time/Charges A(Select)
2. 4 Last call, All voice calls or Cost left A(Select)
Last call
Display the duration of last call
All voice calls
Display the total duration for all voice calls
Cost left
If Max cost is on, display the remaining
units.
For setting the Max cost, see page 66.
Call waiting
If Call waiting is switched on, a second call can be received.
Turn this function on before making a multiparty (conference)
call.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Service > Call waiting A(Select)
2. 4 Set, Clear or Check status A(Select)
Phone Menu
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Withhold ID
Withhold ID allows you to prevent showing your name and/or
number to the calling party.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Service A(Select)
2. 4 Withhold ID A(Select)
NOTE: When checking the status, the phone must be registered to
a network.
Caller's ID
Caller's ID allows you to display the Caller's name and/or
number on your display.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Service A(Select)
2. 4 Caller's ID A(Select)
NOTE: When checking the status, the phone must be registered to
a network.
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Charge settings
NOTE: The duration of one unit may vary between peak and offpeak times. Call charges can be calculated accordingly. However,
the actual tariffs charged by your service provider may not be
reflected in the calculation.
Currency:
Firstly, Personal rate must be entered. This is the cost that
the service provider charges for one unit of call time. See
"Personal rate:" on page 65.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Service > Charge settings A(Select)
2. 4 Currency A(Select)
Current setting is displayed
3. @(Set) > Enter PIN2 codeA(OK)
4. Enter currency units (max.3 characters) A(OK)
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Personal rate:
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Service > Charge settings > Personal rate
A(Select)
2. @(Set)
3. Enter PIN2 code A(OK)
4. Enter your personal rate A(OK)
NOTE: When you set the unit price, you are asked to enter your
PIN2.
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Phone Menu
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Maximum cost:
You can set the maximum cost of calls allowed.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Service > Charge settings A(Select)
2. 4 Max cost A(Set)
Current setting is displayed.
3. @(Edit) > Enter PIN2 code A(OK)
4. @(Set) >4 On A(Select)
5. 5 Enter Credit limit > A(OK)
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Auto display:
In idle mode, the cost of the latest Incoming call is displayed
on your phone automatically.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Service > Charge settings A(Select)
2. 4 Auto display A(On/Off)
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Call Diverts
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Call Diverts A(Select)
2. 4 Select the circumstances to initiate the divert
A(Select)
3. 4 Set, Clear, or Check status A(Select)
4. Enter the phone number to divert to A
Enter the voice mail centre number if you wish incoming
voice calls to be diverted to the voice mail centre.
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 you are not in a coverage area, divert
incoming voice calls
No reply
If you do not answer the phone, divert
incoming voice calls
Busy
When a call is in progress, divert incoming
voice calls
Status check
Check the current Call Diverts status
Cancel all
Cancel all Call Diverts settings
Voice calls can be diverted to voicemail box or to a
number that you specify.
Phone Menu
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Security
Call bar
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 to a network.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security > Call bar A(Select)
2. 4 required setting from the table shown below
A(Set) or A(Select)
3. 4 required operation from Set, Clear or Check status
A(Select)
4. Enter required password A(Select)
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Phone Menu
All outgoing
All outgoing calls are barred
Outgo int’l
International outgoing calls are barred
Out. int’l x home
International outgoing calls except to your
home country are barred
All incoming
All incoming calls are barred
When roaming
All international incoming calls when
roaming outside the home PLMN are barred
Status check
Call bar status is displayed
Cancel all
Cancel all Call bar settings
Password
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Codes
Change phonecode:
The Phonecode is used for the SIM lock, which protects the
phone from being used with a SIM other than yours.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security > Codes A(Select)
2. 4 Change phonecode A(Select)
3. Enter a new phonecode A(OK)
4. Enter the new phonecode to verify A(OK)
PIN control:
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.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security > Codes A(Select)
2. 4 PIN Control A(Set)
3. Enter PIN number A(OK)
4. Set to either enable or disable the PIN @(Set).
5. A(OK)
Phone Menu
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Changing PIN/PIN2:
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security > Codes A(Select)
2. 4 Change PIN or Change PIN2 A(Select)
3. Enter the current code A(OK)
4. Enter the new code A(OK)
5. Enter the new code to verify A(OK)
NOTE: To enter the PUK code for your PIN, enter **05#. You will then be
prompted to enter the PUK code. Follow the on-screen instructions. To
enter the PUK2 code for PIN2, enter **052#. You will then be prompted to
enter the PUK2 code. Follow the on-screen instructions. 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.
Fixed dial
The Fixed dial feature allows you to limit your outgoing calls
to a certain set of numbers saved in FDN, which is located in
your SIM. When this function is on, only the Fixed dial
numbers can be dialled, and any attempt to call any other
number will fail.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security A(Select)
2. 4 Fixed dial A(Select)
3. Enter PIN2 code A(OK)
4. @(Set)
5. A(OK)
When Fixed dial is on, any manually dialled phone
numbers must be the same as the numbers in the Fixed
Dial Store, otherwise the call cannot be made.
A phone number may be stored, edited or deleted. You
will be prompted for your PIN2 code.
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SIM lock
Once you enable the SIM lock, you will be prompted to enter
your phonecode when you switch on the phone with a
different SIM inserted.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Security A(Select)
2. 4 SIM lock A(Select)
3. Enter phonecode A(OK)
4. @(Set) to set the SIM lock on/off
5. A(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.
Network
Setting:
You can select a network that is available in your current
location.
From Phone Menu
1. 4 Network A(Select)
2. 4 Select one of the settings below A(On/Off) or
A(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, you must select a network manually.
Network list
Create and edit a network list according to
your preferences.
Band
Choose a network band: 900/1800, 900/
1900, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz.
NOTE: This function is SIM dependent.
Phone Menu
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Application Menu
Application
Clock
72
Settings........................... 73
Alarm............................... 74
Power off time ................ 75
Calculator
............................................................................................. 75
Currency
............................................................................................. 76
Melody composer
............................................................................................. 77
(Phone Menu)
............................................................................................. 78
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Clock
Settings
Time zone:
From Application
1. 4 Clock > Settings > Time zone A(Select)
2. 4 required region A(Select)
3. "Daylight saving?" A(Yes) or @(No)
4. "Set this zone to local" A(OK)
5. "Success!" A(OK)
Time & date:
From Application
1. 4 Clock > Settings > Time & date A(Select)
2. @(Set) to enter the date and the time A(OK)
Date format:
You can select the desired display format for the time and
date.
From Application
1. 4 Clock > Settings > Date format A(Set)
2. 4 required format A(Select)
Application Menu
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Time format:
From Application
1. 4 Clock > Settings > Time format A(Set)
2. 4 required format A(Select)
Display time:
You can show the time and date on the display in idle mode.
From Application
1. 4 Clock > Settings A(Select)
2. 4 Display time A(On/Off)
Alarm
From Application
1.
2.
3.
4.
4 Clock > Alarm A(Set)
A(Set) > Enter the time (24 hour clock) A(OK)
4 Repeat daily, Once or Disabled A(Select)
"Alarm time has been updated!" A(OK)
The alarm set indicator appears on the idle display.
When the set time is reached, the alarm will sound.
If you are on a call, the phone will vibrate without sound.
To stop the alarm:
Press any key or A(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 switch on automatically and start the alarm.
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Power off time
The phone can be set to turn itself off automatically at a
specified time using the Power off feature.
From Application
1. 4 Clock > Power off time A(Set)
2. Enter the time (24 hour clock) A(OK)
3. 4 Repeat daily, Once or Disabled A(Select)
4. "Power off time setting updated!" A(OK)
Calculator
You can use the 4 function calculator (addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division) to make simple arithmetic
calculations.
From Application
1. 4 Calculator A(Select)
2. Enter a number (max. 9 digits). It will be displayed on the
upper right of the display. If a decimal point is required,
press !, when a minus sign is needed press ".
3. 4 to select the arithmetic operation
4. Enter a number (max. 9 digits). 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 will be displayed.
5. A (=) to calculate
Application Menu
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Currency
Rate setting
The currency convertor enables you to convert from/to a
home currency using a conversion rate that you enter.
Before beginning conversions, choose a base currency and
enter the conversion rate. The base currency rate is set to 1.
From Application
1. 4 Currency A(Select)
2. 4 Rate setting A(Select)
3. Enter the conversion rate next to the pencil icon
A(OK)
4. A(Save)
You can change the base currency by pressing 4.
If a decimal point is required, press !
Rate computing
From Application
1. 4 Currency A(Select)
2. 4 Rate computing A(Select)
3. Enter the amount of your currency to convert into the
other currency A(Convert)
You can change the base currency by pressing 4.
If a decimal point is required, press !
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Melody composer
Composing a melody
From Application
1. 4 Melody composer A(Select)
2. 4 required My Music A(Select)
3. 4 Melody edit A(Select)
4. 4 required track A(Select)
5. Compose your melody - See the notes chart below
A(Menu)
6. 4 Save A(Select)
Using the following table as a reference, enter notes (from
the choice of low, middle and high), rests, and duration of
each, to generate your composition. Main Track and Sub
Tracks are played together when you play the composed
music.
Key
$
%
&
'
(
)
Func
C
D
E
F
G
A
Key
*
+
,
#
"
!
Func B
Rep.
Dotted
note
Rest
Low,
Low #,
Middle,
Duration
Middle #,
High,
High #
Play
To play the composed melody before saving:
A(Menu) > 4 Play A(Select)
Application Menu
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Tempo
Before you save the composed melody, you can change the
tempo, and/or the instrument to play the melody.
To arrange the tempo of the composed melody:
1. A(Menu) > 4 Tempo A(Select)
2. 4 required tempo A(Select)
Select instrument
You can select the instrument to play the composed melody:
A(Menu) > 4 Select instrument A(Select)
Phone menu
This menu is available under the Application Menu if your
SIM card provides STK services.
To use this menu, see "Phone Menu" on page 62.
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Records Menu
Records
Last dialled
............................................................................................. 79
Answered
............................................................................................. 79
Unanswered
............................................................................................. 79
Delete all
............................................................................................. 80
Last dialled/Answered/Unanswered number
Recently dialled phone numbers will be stored in Last dialled.
(max. 50)
If an incoming call with Caller's ID is answered, the number
will be stored in Answered (max. 50).
If an incoming call with Caller's ID is not answered, the
number will be stored in Unanswered (max 20).
From Records
1. 4 Choose one menu from Last dialled, Answered or
Unanswered A(Select)
OR
In idle mode, C to view the last dialled numbers
directly
2. 4 required phone number (or name) you wish to redial
C
Records Menu
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Delete all
From Records
1. 4 Delete all A(Select)
2. "Delete all calls?" A(No) or @(Yes)
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Troubleshooting
Should any problem persist, contact your dealer.
Problem
Cause
Phone will not switch
on.
Extremely short
battery life for a new
battery.
Remedy
Check that the battery is fully charged
and correctly connected to the phone.
The network you are using
and the condition of the
battery can affect battery
life.
Short battery life for an The battery has worn out.
old battery.
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.
Leave the phone charging the battery
for a few minutes before the indicator
lights and your attempt to switch the
phone on.
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.
Battery fails to charge. The battery is not attached Ensure the battery is fitted to the
to the phone.
phone prior to commencing charging.
Battery was connected to
the phone after the Fast
Travel Charger was
switched on.
indicates abnormal
charging.
Battery is defective or of
the wrong type.
Replace with a new battery.
Battery temperature
exceeds the charging
temperature range (too
hot or too cold).
Use the battery at room temperature.
Troubleshooting
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Problem
Cause
Calls cannot be made. The phone is locked.
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Remedy
Unlock the phone.
Outgoing calls are barred. Disable outgoing call barring or barred
dialling.
The phone is not
registered to a network.
Calls cannot be made
from Fixed Dial Store.
Calls cannot be
received.
Move to a coverage area and operate
your phone after it has registered with
a network.
Check whether your SIM supports
Fixed dial.
Check if Fixed dial is switched on.
Check whether the phone number is
stored in Fixed Dial.
The phone is not switched Switch the phone on.
on.
Incoming calls are barred. Disable 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.
Check that the antenna symbol (
)
is displayed – move to a coverage
area and operate your phone when
the antenna symbol is displayed.
Phone numbers
cannot be recalled
from Contacts list.
The phone is locked.
Unlock the phone.
Phone number has been
restricted.
Switch off restriction.
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Important Error Messages
These are some of the most important error messages which may be displayed:
New codes not same
When you change your password, you must enter the new
password twice to confirm. The two codes you entered are not
the same. Enter the same code twice.
Password invalid!
The password that you entered is not valid. Enter the correct
password.
New PIN not accepted
Your new PIN code was not accepted. Please try again.
New PIN2 not accepted
Your new PIN2 code was not accepted. Please try again.
Incorrect entry!
You entered your PIN or PIN2 code incorrectly. Enter the
correctly.
Entries do not match!
When you change your password, you must enter the new
password twice to confirm. The two codes you entered are not
the same. Enter the same code twice.
Invalid password
The reply message from network when you activate call barring
with the incorrect password.
Enter the correct password.
Service not supported
The function you selected is not supported by your service
provider. Please contact your service provider.
Insufficient 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.
Failure to authorize
Your SIM card is not registered with your service provider.
Please contact your service provider.
Blocked
Your SIM card is blocked. Please contact your service provider.
Important Error Messages
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Glossary of Terms
DTMF
FDN
Fixed Dial Number. Used to restrict outgoing calls to a certain set of
numbers.
GSM
Global System for Mobile communications. The name given to the
advanced digital technology that your phone uses.
Network
Operator
The organisation responsible for operating a GSM network.
Password
Used for the control of Call Bar.
PIN
Personal Identification Number used for SIM security. Supplied by your
service provider. If the PIN is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN will be
blocked.
PIN2
Personal Identification Number used for the control of Fixed Dial Store
and Call Charge metering. Supplied by your service provider. If the
PIN2 is entered incorrectly 3 times, the PIN2 will be blocked.
PLMN
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Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones allow you to communicate with
computerised phone systems, voice mailboxes, etc.
Public Land Mobile Network. A network that provides land mobile
telecommunications services.
PUK/PUK2
PIN/PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock the PIN/PIN2 code.
Supplied by your service provider. If the PUK/PUK2 is entered
incorrectly 10 times, the PUK/PUK2 will be blocked.
Registration
The act of logging 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 organisation 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 Contacts entries 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 of short text messages.
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Specifications
Bands Supported.................................... GSM 900 Class 4
GSM1800 Class 1
GSM1900 Class 1
Standby Time* ........................................ 90 to 300 hours
Talk Time* .............................................. 3 to 12 hours
Temperature Range
Charging ......................................... +5°C ~ +35°C
Storage ........................................... -20°C ~ +60°C
Weight .................................................... 66 g (including battery)
Dimensions
Height ............................................. 77 mm
Width .............................................. 44 mm
Depth .............................................. 17.8 mm
Supply Voltage ....................................... 3.7 V (780 mAh Li-ion)
Antenna .................................................. Fixed
Charge Time** ........................................ Up to 150 min
SIM Type ................................................ 3 V only
Contacts Memory ................................... 250 entries + SIM
Animation Themes ................................. 2
User Composed Melodies ...................... 5
Games .................................................... 2
Backlight Colour ..................................... Blue
Ring Tones ............................................. Preset: 15
(Varies depending on Data Folder)
Scheduler ............................................... Up to 50 entries
Alarm ...................................................... 1
Maximum Graphics Size ........................ Main: W112 x H64 pixels
(monochrome)
NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
*Talk and Standby times depend on network conditions, SIM usage and battery
condition.
**Charging time depends on usage and condition.
NOTE: The PIN2 and PUK2 codes are supplied by your service provider.
Specifications
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Licensing
CP8 Patent
© Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. 2004
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.
Tegic
T9® is a trademark of Tegic Communications Inc. T9® Text Input is licenced under
one or more of the following: U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480,
5,945,928 and 6,011,554; Canadian Pat. No. 1,331,057; United Kingdom Pat. No.
2238414B; Hong Kong Standard Pat. No. HK0940329; Republic of Singapore Pat.
No. 51383; Euro. Pat. No. 0 842 463 (96927260.8) DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL, PT, ES,
SE, GB; and additional patents are pending worldwide.
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Index
A
Alarm .................................... 74
Alerts .................................... 32
Animation ............................. 31
Answer ................................. 35
Any key answer ................ 35
Auto answer ..................... 35
Application Menu .................. 72
Archive ................................. 56
Auto capital change .............. 24
B
Backlight ............................... 31
Battery .................................... 7
Charging ............................ 8
Fitting and removing ........... 7
C
Calculator ............................. 75
Calendar ............................... 47
Create ............................. 47
View ................................ 48
Call ....................................... 16
Answering ........................ 18
During a call ..................... 12
Ending ............................. 17
Incoming call while on a call 21
Making ............................ 16
Making a second call ......... 20
Mute ................................ 18
Reject .............................. 18
Call bar ................................. 68
Call Diverts ........................... 67
Call Service .......................... 63
Call status ............................ 21
Call transfer .......................... 21
Call waiting ........................... 63
Caller’s ID ............................. 64
Care and Maintenance ........... 5
Cell Broadcast ...................... 60
Charge settings .................... 65
Auto display ..................... 66
Viewing time/charges ........ 63
Clock ..................................... 73
Date format ...................... 73
Display time ..................... 74
Power off time .................. 75
Time & date ...................... 73
Time format ...................... 74
Time zone ........................ 73
Conference call ..................... 21
Contacts list .......................... 40
Copy ................................ 43
Creating in Phone ............. 41
Creating in SIM ................. 40
Delete .............................. 42
Edit .................................. 42
Search ............................. 43
Viewing ............................ 40
Contacts Menu ..................... 39
Contrast ................................ 31
Currency ............................... 76
Rate computing ................ 76
Rate setting ...................... 76
D
Defaults ................................ 35
Dialling .................................. 16
Last number dialling .......... 16
Display .................................. 30
Displays ................................ 13
DTMF .................................... 22
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E
Emergency call ..................... 17
EMS ...................................... 53
F
FDN ...................................... 41
Fixed dial .............................. 70
G
Games Menu ........................ 36
Glossary of Terms ................ 84
Greeting ................................ 30
Groups .................................. 44
H
Hit Mouse ............................. 36
Hotkey dial ............................ 46
I
Idle display ........................... 13
Important Error Messages .... 83
Inbox ..................................... 54
In-call operations .................. 19
Hand held ........................ 19
Hands free ....................... 19
K
Key functions ........................ 11
Key Guard ............................ 49
Key tone ............................... 29
L
Language ............................. 32
Display Languages ........... 32
Licensing .............................. 86
M
Maximum cost ...................... 66
Melody composer ................. 77
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Index
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Memory ................................. 38
Memory status ................ 45, 57
Menu Display ........................ 26
Menu Structure ..................... 27
Message centre .................... 51
Messages ............................. 50
Creating ........................... 52
Settings ............................ 58
Messages Menu ................... 50
Multi tap mode ...................... 25
My Contacts .......................... 46
My Numbers ......................... 45
My Phone Menu ................... 28
N
Network ................................ 71
O
Outbox .................................. 55
P
Phone ................................... 16
Switching on/off ................ 16
Phone Menu ......................... 62
Phone menu ......................... 78
PIN control ............................ 69
PIN/PIN2 ............................... 70
Profiles .................................. 33
R
Records Menu ...................... 79
Ringtones ............................. 29
S
Safety Considerations ............ 1
Security ................................. 68
Shift mode change ................ 24
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SIM ......................................... 8
Fitting and removing ........... 8
SMS ..................................... 51
Sounds ................................. 29
Specifications ....................... 85
Status icons .......................... 14
Symbols ............................... 15
T
T9 Input ................................ 32
T9“ Text Input ....................... 24
Text entry ............................. 23
Text Input mode change ...... 24
Troubleshooting ................... 81
U
User Messages .................... 57
V
Volume ................................. 29
W
Wallpaper ............................. 30
Warning tone ........................ 30
Withhold ID ........................... 64
Index
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