CONTENTS - Telefonguru
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CONTENTS
Safety and precautions
Information
1.Your telephone
1.1
Keys
1.2
Icons
1.3
Conventions used in this User’s Guide
2. Getting started
2.1
SIM card and battery
2.2
Switching your phone on
2.3
Switching your phone off
3. Calls
3.1
Making a call
3.2
Call your voice mail
3.3
Receiving a call
3.4
During the call
4. Call memory
4.1
Accessing and calling back
4.2
Available options
5. MENU
6. Events
7. Directory
7.1
Accessing your directory
7.2
Creating a file
7.3
Available options
7.4
Assigning a file to a family
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7.5
Using voice recognition
7.6
Assigning a ring tone to a family
7.7
Temporary SIM card
8.Vibrator
8.1
Activating / deactivating the vibrator
9. Messages
9.1
Accessing messages
9.2
Reading your messages
9.3
Composing a message
9.4
Icons, sounds, smileys
9.5
Data entry system
9.6
Sending a message
10. My setup
10.1 Sounds
10.2 Main screen
10.3 Information
10.4 Zoom
10.5 Switch ON/OFF screens
10.6 Numbers
11. Alarms
11.1 Wake up
11.2 Appointments
11.3 Birthdays
11.4 Options
12. Memo
12.1 Recording a voice memo
12.2 Using a voice memo
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13. FM Radio
13.1 Switching on the FM radio
13.2 Available options
13.3 Listening to the radio
13.4 Searching for a radio station
13.5 Pre-setting a radio station
13.6 An incoming call
14. Calculator/converter
14.1 Calculator
14.2 Convert
14.3 Currency selection
15. Setup
15.1 Services
15.2 Clock
15.3 Languages
15.4 Dictionary
15.5 Display
15.6 Automatic call pick up
15.7 Automatic power off
15.8 Keypad lock
16.WAP
16.1 Accessing Mobile Internet Services
16.2 Available options
16.3 Setting up your access
17. Games
18.Warranty
19. Accessories
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SAFETY AND
PRECAUTIONS
We recommend that you read this chapter carefully before use.The
manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage which may result as a
consequence of improper use or use contrary to the instructions
contained herein.
• CONDITIONS OF USE:
Switch the phone off before boarding an aircraft. Use could lead to
legal action against the user. Switch the phone off when in health care
facilities except in areas specified. Like many other types of
equipment now in regular use, mobile telephones can interfere with
other electrical or electronic devices in their proximity. Persons with
a medical device (such as a pacemaker, hearing aid, insulin pump)
should not carry the phone in a place close to the device. When
placing or receiving a call, persons with a pacemaker or hearing aid
should hold the telephone against the ear on the opposite side to the
device if any.
Switch your phone off when near gas or flammable liquids. Strictly
obey all signs and instructions when in a fuel depot or chemical plant,
at a refuelling point (service station) or in any potentially explosive
atmosphere. Do not let small children use the phone without
supervision. Do not attempt to open or repair it yourself. Use only
the batteries, battery chargers and accessories approved by the
manufacturer. The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage
caused by use of other batteries, chargers or accessories. Do not
expose the phone to unfavourable environmental conditions
(humidity, rain, infiltration of liquids, dust, sea air, etc.). The
manufacturer’s recommended operating temperature range is -20 °C
to +40 °C. Over 55°C the legibility of the phone’s display may be
impaired, though this is temporary and not serious.
• BATTERY:
Before removing the battery from your phone, please make sure that
the phone is switched off.
Battery use precautions are: Do not attempt to open the battery
(chemical substances may cause burns). Do not pierce nor cause a
short-circuit in a battery. Do not burn or dispose of a used battery
in household waste or store it at temperatures above 60 °C.
Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with locally applicable
environmental legislation. Batteries should not be used for other
purpose than the one they are designed for. Never use damaged
batteries.
• TRAFFIC SAFETY:
Remember to always check whether local legislation allows
operation of a mobile phone while driving a vehicle. When it is said
that the use of mobile phones while driving a vehicle is a risk factor,
we strongly recommend that you park the car before using the
phone. However if you intend to use your phone while driving, you
must use it connected to the Alcatel Car Kit accessory.
Your mobile phone when powered emits radiation likely to interfere
with the vehicle electronic systems such as anti-lock brakes (ABS,
airbag). Consequently, you should:
- avoid placing the phone on the dashboard.
- connect imperatively the phone to an external antenna. The
antenna should be mounted and located away from the driver and
passengers or separated from them by a metal screen (e.g. the car
roof).
- check with the car manufacturer that the dashboard is adequately
shielded from mobile phone RF energy.
• ELECTRONIC WAVES:
THIS MOBILE PHONE COMPLIES WITH EUROPEAN
REQUIREMENTS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES.
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INFORMATION
Validation of conformity with European directive 1995/5/EC
(R&TTE) is a requirement prior to launching any mobile phone
model on the market. Protection of public health and safety, in
particular the mobile phone user’s is the main aspect in this directive.
Your mobile phone is a radio transceiver. It has been designed to
operate under certain thresholds of exposure to Radio frequencies
(RF) recommended by the European Union Council (1) for people
and users. They were established by independent expert groups
based on scientific evaluations which are carried out regularly and in
detail. These limits allow for significant safety margin in order to
ensure everyone’s security whatever his or her age or health
condition.
Standard of exposure for mobile phones is determined by a
measurement standard called Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). The
SAR limit recommended by the European Union Council is 2.0 w/kg
(2). Testing has been performed on telephones emitting at maximal
strength level for all frequency bandwidths, on the basis of standard
using modes as defined by the current specifications. Although the
SAR is tested at the highest strength possible, the actual SAR level in
a mobile phone in current use is normally way below the maximum
values obtained during the tests. Your mobile phone is designed to
operate at a level of strength strictly necessary to allow for its
connection to the network. In principle, the closer you are to a base
station antenna, the lower the mobile phone’s SAR strength level.
Your telephone is equipped with a built-in antenna. For optimal
operation, you should avoid touching it or degrading it.
!
• Web site: www.alcatel.com
• Wap address: wap.alcatel.com
• Alcatel hotline No.: see “Alcatel Services” leaflet (calls charged at
applicable local rate in your country).
Your telephone is designed to emit and receive calls. It operates on
GSM networks with 900 MHz and 1800 MHz bands.
The
0165 mark indicates that your telephone complies with
EC directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE) and the accessories with applicable
EC directives. The entire copy of the Declaration of Conformity for
your telephone can be obtained on Alcatel website www.alcatel.com.
(1) EC Recommendation 1999/519/EC
(2) SAR limit on mobile phones in general is 2.0 watts/kg
at average for 10 g of human tissue. The limit includes
a significant safety margin to increase the user’s
protection and take into account measurements
variation.
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YOUR TELEPHONE
1.1
Keys
Delete (short keypress).
Return to previous screen (long keypress).
Switch phone ON/OFF (long keypress).
OK
OK
Answer
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Switch on
Hang up
Redial
Network
Switch off
Voice reco.
Menu
Scroll
Access your voice mail (long keypress).
Directory (1)
Volume
@
FM Radio (2)
Backlighting
Access Internet
@
Volume control during a call.
Scroll to select an option.
Switch to a different pre-set FM station (2).
Access the directory (1) (keypress downwards).
Access the messages (1) (keypress upwards).
Answer/Hang up
Access call memory (Redial).
Use the voice recognition functions (long keypress).
OK
Voice mail
Access the MENU / Directory / Short messages,
Confirm an option.
Switch ON/OFF the backlighting (long keypress).
Access Internet services (WAP) (long keypress) (1).
Lock keypad (long keypress).
Enter upper/ lower case letters, digits, punctuations.
Lock
services (1)
Activate / deactivate the vibrator (long keypress)(1).
Vibrator (1)
!
(1) Depending on your phone model.
(2) Depending on the accessory in use.
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(1) Depending on your phone model.
(2) Depending on the accessory in use.
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Icons (1)
Battery charge level.
Preferred tariff area.(1)
Vibrator mode: your telephone vibrates but emits no ring
tone nor beep. (See page 52)
Keypad locked.
“Manual Network Search” mode.
(See page 79)
Silent mode: your telephone emits no ring tone, no beep
and does not vibrate. (See page 52)
Roaming within your subscription country.
Events (Consult information): You can access your voice
mail where all unanswered calls, unread short messages, unlistened voice memos are gathered. (See page 27)
Short message list is full: your terminal cannot store any
more messages.You must access the short message list and
delete at least one message. (See page 39)
1.3
Conventions used in this User’s Guide
The following symbols are used in the text which follows:
Forward: your calls are forwarded.
(See page 74)
OK
Briefly press the scroll key in its centre in order to confirm
an option.
Appointments, birthdays and anniversaries, or
wake-up.
(See page 59)
OK
Move the scroll key up or down in order to select an
option.
Use the keypad keys to enter digits, letters, and
punctuations.
Signal strength indicator.
@
!
(1) Icons and other illustrations shown in this User’s
Guide are for information only.
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!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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GETTING STARTED
Charging the battery
2
2
SIM card and battery
2.1
1
1
Inserting and removing the SIM card
You must insert a SIM card in order to use your phone.
1
1
3
2
2
Connect the battery
charger
The on-screen indicator
stops flashing when
charging is over
Disconnect the battery
charger once charging is
complete
• A beep will sound when charging begins.
• The charging indicator icon may take several minutes to start to
flash.
Fit SIM card with chip
facing downwards
Slide the SIM card into
its compartment. Check
that it is properly
inserted
Push the SIM card with
your finger to release it
• Avoid using excessive force when connecting the battery charger
to the telephone.
Fitting the battery
2
• The mains socket outlet must be close to the phone and easily
accessible.
CLICK
1
3
2
CLIC
K
1
Insert the battery
Close the battery as
shown
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Click into place
!
When you first use your phone you must charge the
battery for approximately 3 hours.
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You are prompted to enter the time and date, enter new data if
necessary, then confirm by
.
Removing the battery
OK
OK
2
If cell broadcast messages are displayed, use the
key to browse
through them in full or press the
key to return to the main
screen.
2
While the phone is searching for a network, <<<–>>> is displayed.
(???-??? is displayed if your SIM card is rejected by the network, in this
case please contact your operator).
1
1
Remove the battery
Push and lift
2.3
2.2
Switching your phone off
Switching your phone on
From the main screen, press the
PIN CODE
Please enter
PIN Code:
..................
Switch your phone
on (long keypress)
!
OK
key (long keypress).
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Network
Enter your PIN code
Confirm
Main screen
If you do not know your PIN code, please contact your
network operator.
Do not leave your PIN code near your phone and store
your card in a safe place when you are not using it.
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CALLS
Once the country code is displayed, dial the rest of the number and
make the call.
Making a call
3.2
@
Make the call
Talk
If you make a mistake, you can delete digits by pressing the
!
The network provides voice mail service to ensure that you do not
miss any calls; it works like an answering machine which you can
interrogate at any time.
bla,bla,bla
bla,bla
Dial the number
Hang up
Making an emergency call
If your telephone is within the area covered by a network, to make
an emergency call, dial 112 or any other number provided by your
operator.
Display the "+"
prefix (long
keypress)
Display the list of countries
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Access your voice mail (long keypress)
!
If your operator's voice mail access number is not shown, dial the
number that was supplied to you with your subscription. To later
modify this number, use the "Numbers" MENU option, page 57.
Receiving a call
bla,bla,bla
bla,bla
VERONICA
OK
Select the
country
OK
Confirm
Make the call
To use your voice mail abroad, contact your operator
before leaving.
3.3
Making an international call
OK
Voicemail:
Call?
key.
To enter characters "+" or "P" (pause), make a long
keypress on the
key (the following characters scroll:
0, +, o, P).
Countries
Albania
Algeria
Andorra
Angola
Call your voice mail
Incoming call
Take the call
Talk
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Hang up
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If the
icon is displayed, the vibrating system is enabled and no
ring tone is heard.
If the
icon is displayed, the vibrator and ring tone are both
deactivated.
!
Volume
Handsfree
Switching the ring tone off (without losing the
call!)
Hold call (1)
OK
key.
Place an ongoing call on hold (you can
later resume the call by pressing the
key)
OK
key while the phone is ringing; you can still answer the
call by pressing the
Activate/deactivate handsfree mode (the
symbol is then replaced by
)
Caution: move the handset away from
your ear before activating this mode
because the amplified volume could cause
hearing damage
The caller's number is displayed if it is provided by the
network (check the availability of this service with your
operator.).
Press the
Increase or decrease the sound level
Dial
Make a second call (an ongoing call will be
automatically put on hold and you can
switch between calls by pressing the
key)
OK
Pressing the
key again rejects the call.
Save Number Store a phone number in the directory
3.4
!
During the call
During a call, you can use the
volume.
OK
key to adjust the
Directory
Access the directory
Messages
Read your messages
Services (1)
During a call, you can use the
OK
key to access the following options:
Back
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Access the services supported by your
network operator
Return to the previous screen
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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Handling a second incoming call (1)
... MARIE
AUDREY
Handsfree
Swap calls
End 2nd call
Conference
OK
You already have a call and a second call comes in:
If you accept the new call, the ongoing call is automatically put on
hold; you can then switch between the calls by pressing the
key
and then the
key.
OK
Select "Conference"
You have received a second
call
Confirm
OK
OK
To refuse the second call, press the
key twice.
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MARIE
MARIE
AUDREY
The conference starts
AUDREY
• A third call comes in
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DAN
... MARIE
MARIE
AUDREY
DAN
AUDREY
A third call comes in
OK
Answer the call and speak with
your new caller
Confirm
Conference calls (1)
Your telephone allows you to converse with several persons at the
same time.
Handsfree
Swap calls
End 2nd call
Conference
Select "Conference"
MARIE
AUDREY
DAN
OK
Confirm
The caller joins the conference
Pressing on the
key hangs up the communication you had with
the caller you have selected.
!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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To end the conference call, click on the
“End Conf. Call” option.
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OK
key and select the
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CALL MEMORY
4.2
To Directory
Accessing and calling back
CallMemory
PHILIP
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OK
Clear
CallMem
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Access the call memory
Select the number
Store the selected phone number in the
directory
Modify Num. Modify the selected phone number
CallMemory
VERONICA
OK
Available options
Make the call
Back
Clear all the numbers in the call memory
Return to the previous screen
Each call is identified by one of the following symbols:
Answered incoming call
Unanswered incoming call
Outgoing call
!
The caller's number is displayed if it was transmitted by the
network (check the availability of this service with your
operator).
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!
To return to the main screen, press the
keypress).
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MENU
Organisation of functions
From the main screen, press the
OK
key to go to the MENU.
SERVICES
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Network
Select MENU
Confirm
Direct access to the MENU depends on your operator and
on the SIM card which you are using.
Choosing a MENU function
Directory
Messages
Vibrator
My setup
Directory:
Access / store and make calls from your directory.
MENU
Main screen
!
For each of the listed functions, refer to the appropriate chapter in
this User’s Guide.
OK
List of functions
MY SETUP
Sounds
Main screen
ON/OFF
Information
Select an option
Return to the screen:
Previous screen: Press
Main screen: Press
OK
SOUNDS
Mode
Volume
Ring tones
Compose
Confirm
Vibrator:
Activate / deactivate the vibrator when you don't want
to be disturbed.
Messages (SMS):
Read, write and send your short messages.
My setup:
Customise your ring tones, icons, switch ON/OFF
screens, your direct dial numbers, your keypad and
prefixes.
Alarms:
Set your telephone's alarms (appointments, birthdays,
anniversaries, wake-up, etc.).
Memo:
Record and listen to voice messages.
(short press).
(long press).
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FM Radio (1) :
Listen to the radio and pre-set your FM stations.
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EVENTS
Games:
Play games on your telephone.
You can access all of the events which occurred on your telephone
in your absence and which you have not yet accessed.
Calculator/Converter:
Perform basic calculations and currency conversions
(Euros, etc.).
Voice messages which you have not yet listened to, unread short
messages, unanswered incoming calls and voice memos are gathered
under this icon.
Setup:
Set up your telephone (displays, formats, etc.) and take
advantage of the features provided by your operator
(security, call forwarding, etc.).
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Events
Directory
Messages
Vibrator
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Network
Events:
Access your voice mail, unanswered incoming calls,
unread short messages, voice memos, and information
received in the handset as well as WAP notifications
(1).
0 Msg.
1 Calls
0 Vocal
0 WAP
0 Memo
0 Info
You can customise your MENU by changing the order of the options,
for example, you can choose to display “Messages” after
“Directory”. Select this option, make a long keypress on the
key to place it in the first position, on
to place it in the
second position...
To cancel, make a long keypress on the
key.
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(1) Depending on the accessory in use.
(2) Depending on your model, the language and availability
of this service with your operator.
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Short messages (Msg.):
Access unread short messages. (See page 38).
Unanswered incoming calls (Calls):
Display the numbers of callers who tried to reach you in your
absence. (See page 22)
Voice mail (Vocal):
Call your voice mailbox to listen to your new voice messages.
See page 17.
Notifications (WAP) (1) :
Access the WAP notifications you received.
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OK
key to access the directory from the main
• Or using the MENU (see page 24), access the directory by pressing
the
OK
key.
Directory
Messages
Vibrator
My setup
Information received (Info):
Access the received information you have downloaded.
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
Accessing your directory
• Press the
screen.(1)
Voice memos (Memo):
Listen to the voice memos you recorded. (See page 62).
!
DIRECTORY
DIRECTORY
OK
OK
To search for the name you are looking for.
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(1) Depending on your phone model.
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VERONICA
BRIAN
FLORENCE
ALAN
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Searching for a name by its first letter
Displaying a phone number
You can also search for the name of the person you wish to contact
by pressing the key associated with the first letter of his/her name.
DIRECTORY
VERONICA
DENNIS
HELEN
ALAN
Example: press the
key twice to find the first name beginning
with "B", then scroll the list to the name you are looking for using the
key.
OK
View
Create
Zoom
Modify
OK
OK
VERONICA
0148............
0663............
0139............
OK
Calling from the directory
You can assign 3 different numbers to the same name: home, mobile,
office. (See page 31) If you want to call a party who has several
numbers, first you must choose the number you wish in the list.
DIRECTORY
VERONICA
DENNIS
HELEN
ALAN
HOME
MOBILE
OFFICE
Choose the appropriate number
Creating a file
From the list of names in your directory, press the
a file.
DIRECTORY
VERONICA
7.2
OK
key to create
DIRECTORY
VERONICA
DENNIS
HELEN
ALAN
OK
OK
CREATE
Enter the
name:
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OK
OK
31
View
Create
Zoom
Modify
OK
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CREATE
Available options
Mobile:
CREATE
From the list of names in your directory, you can access the following
options by pressing the
key:
Home:
OK
CREATE
Office:
View
You can save the information you have entered at any time by
pressing the
key and by choosing "Save".
Display the contents of each file
Create
Create a file
Zoom
Change the character size
Modify
Modify the file contents
OK
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If you use your telephone abroad, store the numbers in the
directory in the international format with the "+" prefix
(see page 16).
The files you create are organized in alphabetical order. It is also
possible to organize them by family: Private , Profession.
, and
Others
(see page 34).
!
You don't have to fill in all the information, but at least one
number must be entered for each name.
Alphabetical/ Display files by family: Private, Professional,
By family
Others, None
OK
Delete
Delete the selected file
Classify
Classify the selected file in the appropriate
family
Ring tones
Assign a melody to a family
Voice reco.
Record a voice recognition command for a
file
File number
Change the file number
Back to list
Return to the previous screen
The directory's capacity depends on the operator.
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Assigning a file to a family
ALAN
To differentiate your files, you can classify them in groups called
"families": Private
, Profession. , Others
, or None.A different
ring tone can be assigned to each family.This classification will allow
you to easily distinguish a professional call from a private call. It is
possible to screen incoming calls by family (see page 76).
ALAN
0641..........
0215..........
0235..........
OK
Select the number
Using voice recognition
OK
Say the name
ALAN
ALAN
Repeat word!
7.5
Say the word
Vocal recog.
saved for
OK
Say the name again to
confirm the voice recognition
recording
The function is activated
Recording a voice recognition command
Select a contact from the directory for which you would like to
record a voice recognition command.
DIRECTORY
ALAN
VERO
AUDREY
MATTHEW
Select a file
OK
Classify
Ring tones
By family
Voice reco.
Select "Voice reco."
!
Contacts for which you have stored a voice recognition
command are identified by the
icon.
Fifty names can be accessed by using the voice recognition
function.
OK
Using the voice recognition command
From the main screen
Say the name of the person to be called.
Long keypress
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Assigning a ring tone to a family
When you receive a call from a contact classified in a particular
family, the ring tone for the incoming call will be the one assigned to
that family. An icon is also assigned to each of the family, allowing
you to easily recognize your caller's family.
7.7
Temporary SIM card
When you create a file, you can include 3 different numbers (Home,
Office, Mobile).
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VIBRATOR
You can enable the vibrator in public places (such as restaurants,
museums, etc.) allowing you to keep your telephone switched on
while remaining as discreet as possible.When you receive a call, your
telephone will vibrate instead of ringing or beeping.
8.1
Activating / deactivating the vibrator
• By pressing (long keypress) the
key from the main screen (1).
• Or by pressing the
key from the MENU (see page 24).
OK
If you change SIM cards, an informational message will be displayed
when the telephone is switched on.You must then decide if this card
will become your new SIM card or if it is being inserted temporarily:
• If the SIM card is to become your main card, you can modify your
directory as you wish. If you reinsert your old SIM card, you will no
longer find the 3 numbers that were formerly associated with the
same name on that card.
OK
Directory
Messages
Vibrator
My setup
OK
• If the SIM card is being inserted temporarily, you will not be
authorized to create files including 3 numbers. If you then reinsert
the first card (your main card), you will find all the information it
originally contained.
!
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(1) Depending on your product.
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MESSAGES (1)
9.2
Accessing messages
• Make a keypress on the
key from the main screen.
• Or press the
key from the MENU (see page 24).
OK
The messages are stored in your SIM card and classified in 2 family:
unread messages and read messages.
!
OK
The capacity of your SIM card depends on your operator.
The
icon is displayed when there are too many stored
messages: delete some messages.
Read new messages.
When a new message is received, an audible signal (1) is emitted and
the
icon is displayed.
Read
Read old messages already read
The
icon disappears as soon as you have read all of the new
messages.
Write
Create a new message
Unread
OK
My canned
Reading a new message
Create your own canned messages. You
can save or edit them later on using the
key.
OK
Zoom
Parameters
!
Reading your messages
MESSAGES
Unread (5)
Read (4)
Write
My canned
Change character size
Set parameters, especially the number of
the service centre if it is not automatically
suggested (you cannot send a message
without this number).
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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!
UNREAD
OK
KARIN
LOUIS
MATTHEW
DIANA
OK
View
Delete
Answer
Forward
(1) To deactivate the audible signal, see page 50.
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Delete
Delete the selected message
Received messages that have already been read and messages that
have been written, sent or stored.
Answer
Answer an incoming message
Messages may be preceded by the following symbols:
Forward
Send the selected message again after
modifying the recipient's name or the
parameters
Consulting read messages
Message sent and acknowledgement received.
Save Number Store the first number contained in the
text of the message in the directory
Message sent and no acknowledgement received, or
message not delivered (in this case you should send the
message again).
Save icon (1)
Your friends can send you messages containing icons, animations,
smileys, sounds and text.When you receive messages, in addition to
the options listed below, you may also store the icons, smileys,
sounds, and animations so that you can use them later.
If a message contains several icons, sounds, or animations, select the
desired object using the arrows.
Store an icon in the list of icons
Save
Store an animation in the list of animations
Animation (1)
Save
sound (1)
OK
Store a sound in the list of sounds
Save message Store this message as a canned message
While reading a message, you can access the following options by
using the
key:
OK
!
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(1) If the received message contains sounds, images, icons,
smileys.
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Update the following parameters:
Serv. Centre: your operator’s service
centre call number (may be provided
automatically)
E-mail : calling number for sending an
e-mail (can be automatically presented to
you)
Format: format in which the message is
to be delivered to your correspondent
(SMS, e-mail, fax, etc.)
Validity: time during which the network
presents the message again to your
recipient in case of unsuccessful delivery
Receipt: acknowledgement receipt
request
Zoom
Change the character size
Back
Return to the current message
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9.3
Composing a message
• Make a keypress upwards on the
•
Or on the
OK
OK
key from the main screen.
key from the MENU (See page 24) .
You can create a message or add to a (canned) stored message.
You can create a message with text only but can also assign icons or
sounds, or smileys. (See page 44)
MESSAGES
Directory
Messages
Vibrator
My setup
OK
Unread (5)
Read (4)
Write
My canned
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MESSAGES
OK
Create
My Number
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Icons, sounds, smileys
Your messages can be customised with icons, sounds or smiley to
reflect your emotion:
Ironic
Upset
Smiling
Amazed
Skeptical
Crying
9.5
To make it easier to write short messages, your phone has an assisted
data entry system (predictive data entry) (1). To create a word, all
that is needed is a single keypress on the key for any of the letters
which the word contains.
!
You can also create your own smileys using the alphabetical
characters (example: :-)).
You can view the message once it is created: the icons, sounds, and
smileys that you have inserted will be displayed.
Data entry system
The character displayed may not correspond to the one
you entered; the system suggests the most usual word. Do
not worry about the words initially suggested, go on typing,
the system will make better suggestions as you type.
The cursor shape varies with the selected entry mode:
You can add more icons and sounds to your phone by downloading
them from the internet. (See page 55)
predictive mode
The recipient of the message must have a compatible EMS mobile
phone in order to display icons and smileys, and listen to the sounds
attached to your message.
To confirm a word, press the
!
The icon or sound that you inserted is represented by a
symbol (
or
).
44
normal mode
OK
key downwards or the
(a space will be automatically inserted).
!
(1) Depending on the language.
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While writing the message in predictive mode, you can access the
following options by pressing the
key:
OK
Send to
Insert icon
Insert sound
Confirm word Accept the word suggested
OtherWords
Access the list of other suggested words
Insert digits
Insert a digit
Punctuation
Insert a punctuation mark or a symbol in
the text
Send the message
Add icons
Add sounds
Normal mode Switch to normal or predictive mode
Insert Smiley Add smileys
Add word
Preview
Back
OK
Add a word to the dictionary
Preview the message
Return to the main screen
Save message Save the message
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You may also use the following keys:
9.6
Sending a message
You can send a message:
• Manually (keying in your correspondent’s number)
ADDRESSES
Send to
Insert icon
Insert sound
Insert Smiley
05:13
OK
Directory
Dial
Distrib.list
E-mail
OK
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MESSAGES
Access to options
OK
Delete
MESSAGES
TO:
Accept displayed word
or numbers (press
downwards only)
TO:
0493.....
OK
@
Scroll the text
Space
0493.....
Upper case/lower
case/numbers/
punctuation
Send?
OK
0493.....
Msg.sent!
@
• To a recipient from the directory (See page 29).
• To several recipients by selecting the group of recipients (choose
the "Distrib.list" option.
Other words
• To a recipient with an e-mail, address.
There is a dictionary in which you can add, modify or delete words.
Add a word while composing a message by pressing the
key
and selecting the “Add word” option.
OK
From the MENU (See page 24), it is possible to manage your own
dictionary.
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MY SETUP
Mode
For each of the functions described in the rest of this chapter, select
the desired option.
From the main screen, press the
OK
Volume
key to access the MENU.
Ring tones
Select the mode (see below)
Adjust the volume with
OK
Select the ring tone for incoming calls with
OK
MY SETUP
Directory
Messages
Vibrator
My setup
OK
10.1
Sounds
Main screen
ON/OFF
Information
OK
Sounds
From the “Sounds” menu, press the
options.
MY SETUP
Sounds
Main screen
ON/OFF
Information
OK
SOUNDS
OK
Mode
Volume
Ring tones
Compose
50
key to access the various
Compose
Compose a melody
Key beeps
Activate/deactivate the beep played with
each short or long keypress
Msg. alert
Choose a sound to announce the arrival of
a message
ON sound
Choose the sound which will be played
when the phone is switched on
OFF sound
Choose the sound which will be played
when the phone is switched off
OK
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To compose your melody, use the keypad as shown below:
Mode
You can choose from the following modes:
Sound
Normal ring tone (increasing volume).
Vibrator +
tone
Vibrator is activated followed by a normal ring
tone (increasing volume).
Vibrator
No sound is emitted (ring tone, message or
appointment alert, low battery beep) but the
vibrating system is activated, the
icon is
displayed (see page 37).
Silent
Change duration
Primary notes of an
octave (C, D, E, F, G, A,
B)
OK
Add a sharp
Change octave
@
No sound is emitted and the vibrator is
deactivated.The
icon is displayed.
Add a pause
Compose my melody
SOUNDS
MY SETUP
From the "Compose" option, you can create your own tunes.
Sounds
Main screen
ON/OFF
Information
OK
Mode
Volume
Ring tones
Compose
@
OK
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(brief, short,
normal, long)
Save
Save&Quit
Last 5 notes
Play all
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10.2
Available options
While you are composing your tune, use the
following options:
Save
OK
key to access the
Save your tune
Save&Quit
Save your tune and return to the previous
screen
Last 5 notes
Listen to the last five notes
Play all
Listen to the entire melody
The main screen is displayed when your telephone is switched on
and/or when no feature is in use (calls, sending short messages, etc.).
From the MENU, you can personalise your screen by changing the
icon and display format for the date.
10.3
Information
Your telephone is equipped with a system allowing you to download
icons, sounds, animations, and canned messages. Downloading is
performed from a computer. Once you are connected to a website
offering this service on the internet, (1) select the object you wish
to download. Once the download is completed, you will receive an
SMS containing the selected object.
Modify title
Change the title of the melody
Instrument
Choose an instrument: piano, percussion,
etc.
Tempo
Choose the tempo: allegro, andante, lento
Delete
Delete the selected melody
Back
!
OK
Main screen
!
You have the option of displaying, saving, or refusing an
object being downloaded at any time.
Return to the previous screen
To return to the main screen, press the
keypress).
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key (long
!
(1) Depending on the country.
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Save
Refuse
Back
10.5
Switch ON/OFF screens
OK
You can personalise the welcome message, the animation or icon
which appears when your telephone is switched on.
ICON 04/07
OK
Save
Refuse
The saved data will then appear in the appropriate lists (sounds,
main/switch on/switch off screens).
You can also personalise your telephone's switch off screen by
choosing an icon or an animation.
10.6
Numbers
My number
10.4
Zoom (1)
Your telephone can display different sized characters (small or large).
If you want to display more information (Wap, directory, SMS,
MENU), select the zoom function.
Save your telephone number, (usually given on your SIM card). Enter
the number - confirm by pressing
.
OK
Voicemail
MY SETUP
MY SETUP
Main screen
ON/OFF
Information
Zoom
!
OK
Main screen
ON/OFF
Information
Change your voice mail number (enter the number - confirm by
pressing
).
OK
Zoom
Numbers
(1) Depending on your phone model and the language.
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Keyboard (1)
Direct dial numbers, once entered, can be dialled directly from the
main screen by a long keypress on keys "2" to "4" and “6” to “9”on
the keyboard.
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ALARMS
Access the alarms features from the MENU (see page 24) by pressing
the
key.
OK
• If no numbers are programmed:
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CREATE
CREATE
CREATE
OK
Enter the
key number:
OK
Enter the
tel. number:
OK
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Messages
Vibrator
My setup
Alarms
Enter the
key name:
ALARMS
Wake up
Appointment
Birthdays
Options
• If a number has already been programmed:
11.1
KEYBOARD
OK
2 RAY
3 DIANA
4 FRANCK
Modify
Delete
Back
OK
Prefix
Activates/cancels the prefix which will be added automatically in
front of the phone number when making the call (enter the number
- confirm by pressing
).
Wake up
Set the alarm time and confirm by pressing
OK
Once this feature is activated, the
icon appears on the main
screen. Under "Options", you can choose to program the alarm
clock with a melody or the FM radio (1). The alarm will sound
whether the phone is switched on or off, but pressing any key will
shut it off.
OK
!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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.
!
(1) Depending on the accessory in use.
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Appointments
You can schedule your appointments (enter the date and time –
confirm by pressing
– enter the purpose of the appointment –
confirm by pressing
) and program how often they occur (once,
daily, weekly).
OK
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MEMO
The voice memo feature acts as a dictaphone and allows you to
record personal messages.
OK
Once an appointment is scheduled, the
icon appears. You can
schedule up to five appointments.The alarm will sound whether the
phone is switched on or off, but pressing any key will shut it off.
You can also change or cancel an appointment. In addition, you can
program a short message to be sent (with icons, and/or a melody) at
the appointment time.
Access the voice memo function from the MENU (See page 24).
Vibrator
My setup
Alarms
Memo
12.1
OK
Recording a voice memo
MEMO
11.3
Birthdays
Create
NotListened
Listened
You schedule birthdays and anniversaries in the same way as
appointments but on an annual basis. You can schedule up to five
anniversary dates.
11.4
RECORD
Speak
(C) to cancel
MEMO
Message
recorded!
OK
Create
NotListened
Listened
Options
The "snooze" function can be activated when you program any
alarm.The alarm will be repeated at regular ten minute intervals after
the first sounding.
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Speak
OK
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Using a voice memo
You have the option of using a voice memo to personalize the sounds
played by your telephone:
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!
The "headset" or FM radio earpiece must be plugged in for
the FM radio to work properly.They also work as antenna.
• when your telephone is switched on or off,
• when there is an incoming call from a caller classified in a directory
family.
• when an appointment, an alarm or an anniversary becomes due.
Vibrator
My setup
Alarms
Memo
OK
13.1
You access the radio from the MENU (see page 24) by pressing the
key.
OK
Play
Name
Delete
Memo->Melody
FM Radio
FM Radio
FM Radio
Games
Calc/Conv
Setup
!
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Switching on the FM radio
OK
MEMO
Create
NotListened
Listened
FM RADIO (1)
OK
Play
Setup
2 Manu FM
OK
90.8
(1) Depending on the accessory in use.
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Available options
FM Radio
2 Manu FM
The following options are available while listening to the radio:
Confirm
Return to the main screen leaving the
radio on
Volume
Adjust the volume
Handsfree
OK
Stop radio
Confirm
Volume
Handsfree
Radio stations
To mute the radio, press the
Do you want
to stop
the FM radio?
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OK
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Network
To change the pre-set station, press the
OK
key.
Save the frequency of the current station
13.4
Mute the radio
There are 2 types of searches:
Return to the previous screen
• Manual:
(short keypress). Radio frequencies are displayed by
increments of 0.05MhZ.
Searching for a radio station
• Automatic:
13.3
Network
key.
OK
Back
To stop the radio
Press on (C)
OK
!
Handsfree operation (using the standard
equipment headset or FM radio earpiece)
Access the list of your pre-set radio
Radio stations stations
Save
OK
90.8
OK
(long keypress).
Listening to the radio
It is possible to listen to the FM radio from the main screen.
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Pre-setting a radio station
13.5
FM Radio
FM Radio
Play
Setup
No preset
station has
been set!
OK
Enter radio’s
station name:
OK
90.8
You can access the calculator and the currency converter from the
main screen in two different ways:
• Press the
option.
FM Radio
FM Radio
Frequency:
OK
OK
FM Matthew
CALCULATOR/
CONVERTER
key and select the "Calculator" or "Convert"
OK
• Enter a figure directly on the keypad, then press the
select the "Calculator" or "Convert" option.
OK
key and
You can change, delete or cancel a pre-set station at any time.
14.1
13.6
Calculator
An incoming call
Calculator
10
When there is an incoming call, the radio is temporarily interrupted.
There are two options available to you:
Calculator
+
*
OK
10
+
*
OK
/
/
@
• If you refuse the call, the radio will resume operation.
Calculator
• If you pick up the call, the radio is interrupted during the call and
resumes operation once you hang up.
10
+
3
Calculator
+
*
OK
/
13
+
*
/
@
!
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To enter decimals ("."), use the
key (long keypress).To
return to the main screen, press the
key (long
keypress).
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Converter
14.3
The currency converter allows you to:
Currency selection
Access the currency table.
• Directly convert a currency into Euros and vice-versa (1).
• Convert a sum of money into another currency (e.g. dollars into
French francs).
Convert
Convert
£ in Euro
Euro in £
Currencies
OK
FF Franc
FB Franc B
FFu Franc L
CHF Franc S
Example of conversion into Euros:
Convert
Euro
Curren/Curren
Convert
OK
100
From this table, choose the currencies to convert (into euros or into
another currency) using the
key to access the following
options:
OK
OK
Convert
Convert
Amount to
convert:
£ in Euro
Euro in £
Currency
OK
Confirm
Result is displayed
152,45 Euro
OK
Create
Add a new currency (which can
subsequently be changed)
Modify
Modify a currency which you have created
Delete
Delete the new currency
Back
!
Select the currency
100.0 £
Return to the previous screen
(1) The currency converter uses the final conversion rates
for the EURO set on 31/12/1998, which are used in
accordance with the official conversion rules.
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If you are in the Euro converter:
Once the currency has been selected or created, you must enter the
exchange rate of the currency in euros (or confirm it if it is already
shown).
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SETUP
Access "settings" from the MENU (See page 24) by pressing the
key.
If you are in the currency converter:
OK
SETUP
FM Radio
Games
Calc/Conv
Setup
When you have selected or created the first currency, repeat the
same operation for the second currency, then enter the rate for
exchanging these 2 currencies.
15.1
OK
Services
Clock
Languages
Dictionary
Services
Security
PIN Code (1) SIM card protection code requested each time the
phone is switched on if the code is activated.
Activate/
Deactivate
Activate (or cancel) this code.
Change
Update the code (4 to 8 digits).
PIN2 Code (1) Protection code for certain functions on the SIM
card (Billing / Cost / FDN, etc.) requested when
these functions are used if this code is activated.
Change
!
To return to the main screen, press the
keypress).
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key (long
!
Update the code (4 to 8 digits).
(1) Contact your operator if necessary.
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Netwrk
Code (1)
Code requested to access the “Forbidden”
options associated with the network.
MENU Code
Protection code for certain MENU functions
(Services, Settings / Language), requested when
these functions are used if this code is activated.
Activate/
Deactivate
Activate (or cancel) this code.
Change
Update the code (4 to 8 digits).
Prod.Code
Protection code for your telephone, requested
each time it is switched on if this code is activated.
Activate/
Deactivate
Activate (or cancel) this code.
Change
Update the code (4 to 8 digits).
Change SIM
Defines SIM card as the main SIM card
(see page 36).
Billing
Duration
Last call
Cumul. dur.
Total duration of calls made.
InclusiveTime Duration of subscription (enter the time - confirm
by
).
OK
Reset
Reset (immediately or periodically) the total
duration of calls made.
Beep durat.
Activates/cancels the beep which sounds during a
call at an interval set by the user (enter the interval
- confirm by
).
OK
Expense (1)
Management of call charges.
Last call
Cost of last charged call.
Credit
Remaining credit in relation to "Set Credit".
Cumul. Cost
Total cost of charged calls
Set Credit
Maximum credit beyond which all charged calls are
barred (enter credit - confirm by
).
Reset
Reset the total cost of charged calls.
Unit value
Cost of one telecom unit in the chosen currency
(select the "Other?" option for another currency
and press the
key to enter a decimal point).
OK
Call time management.
Duration of last call.
Avail.Duration Remaining time available in relation to time
indicated under the "InclusiveTime" (for user's
information only).
!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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Caller ID
(CLIP) (1)
Forward (1)
All
All your calls are forwarded. The
displayed.
icon is
Activates/cancels presentation of the caller's
number (or name if it is stored in the directory)
with every call.
Auto Redial (1)
Activate/
Deactivate
Activates/cancels automatic call back if the first call
was unsuccessful.
Conditional
Calls are forwarded if the line is busy, the call isn't
answered or the phone is out of range of the
network.
If busy
Calls are forwarded only if your line is busy.
Forbidden No List of numbers for which automatic call back was
unsuccessful (10 unsuccessful attempts).
No reply
Calls are forwarded only if the call isn't answered.
Reset
Unreach.
Only if the phone is out of range of the network.
Data
Data calls are forwarded to the specified number.
Ntwk.A.Redial (Completion of Calls to Busy Subscribers)
Automatic callback of the last dialled busy number.
Fax
Fax calls are forwarded to the specified number.
Status
List of call forwarding operations activated from
this phone.
Cancel All
Cancels all activated call forwarding.
Calls
Call Barring
Outgoing
Except
Dir.
All (1)
Call wait (1)
Activates/cancels signalling of a second incoming
call by a beep while you are in communication.
Conceal ID
(CLIR) (1)
Activates/cancels the option which makes your
calls anonymous (your number is not transmitted
by the network to the parties you call).
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Reset the blacklist.
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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Activates/cancels call barring. This option is
applicable in the following cases:
Calls to numbers not stored in the phone's
directory are barred.
All outgoing calls are barred.
International(1)Outgoing international calls are barred.
Excpt->
Home (1)
!
Outgoing calls except those to the subscription
country are barred.
(1) Check the availability of this service with your operator.
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Except FDN(1) Calls to numbers other than the specific FDN
directory (contained in the SIM card) are barred.
Activate/
Deactivate
All calls which do not begin by one of the numbers
stored in the "FDN" directory are barred.
Change
If the "Exc. FDN" option is activated, you can
update the "FDN" directory after entering PIN2
code (update "FDN" directory by pressing
).
OK
View
View the list of FDN numbers.
Exc.
"Private"
All calls other than those to numbers included in
the "Private" family are barred.
Exc.
"Prof."
All calls other than those to numbers included in
the "Prof." family are barred.
Exc.
"Other"
All calls other than those to numbers included in
the "Other" family are barred.
Incoming
Activates/cancels incoming call barring. This option
is applicable to the following cases:
All (1)
All incoming calls are barred.
If abroad (1)
Incoming calls are barred if you are abroad.
Exc.
"Private"
All calls other than those from numbers included in
the "Private" family are barred.
Exc.
"Prof."
All calls other than those from numbers included in
the "Prof." family are barred.
Exc.
"Other"
All calls other than those from numbers included in
the "Other" family are barred.
Status
List of call barring operations activated.
Except Dir. (1) All calls from a number not stored in the
phone's directory are barred.
!
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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Manual
Preferred
Networks
User chooses the home network.
List of networks for priority connection (update
this list with
).
List of forbidden networks (update the list with
).
OK
SMS CB (1)
Messages broadcast over the network (weather,
traffic, etc.) are automatically displayed on the main
screen.
CB list
List of the message codes to be displayed:
Reception
Depending on the selected option, the phone
displays messages broadcast by the network.
Full
The phone permanently scans the network and
displays received messages according to your list
(see "CB list" option).
Limited
None
The phone intermittently scans the network and
displays received messages according to your list
(see "CB list" option).
The phone does not receive any messages.
Searching
OK
15.2
Clock
Time/Date
Setting your telephone's date and time.
Format
Date and time display format.
15.3
Languages (1)
OK
Message display languages (select by pressing
). The
"Automatic" option chooses the language of the subscription
network (if it is available in the phone).
Search for a home network.
Available
List of available
environment.
Mode
Depending on the selected option, search mode is:
Automatic
First searched network is the last one used.
!
Forbidden
networks
in
your
radio
(1) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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(1) Depending on your phone model.
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Dictionary (1)
15.4
There is a dictionary to which you can add your own words to those
already contained in the assisted data entry system.
When you consult your dictionary, you can add, modify or delete
words using the options available by pressing the
key.
Automatic
Automatically (without touching a key) after
approximately 2 rings (this option is only available
if your phone is connected to an audio accessory.
Key =
After pressing the
Any key
After touching any key on the keypad (1 to #).
key.
OK
15.7
Display (1)
15.5
Backlight
Automatic power off
Power off
OK
Backlighting intensity (press
to adjust); we
recommend using the minimum necessary intensity
to save battery power. However, you can use the
key (long keypress) to activate backlighting.
When this option is activated, the phone is
automatically switched off if it is not used (i.e. no
keypresses, no calls, no incoming messages) after an
amount of time chosen by the user (enter the
duration - confirm by
).
OK
@
Contrast
Display contrast (press
OK
to adjust).
15.8
Keypad lock
Keypad lock
15.6
Pickup
!
Automatic call pickup
When this option is activated, the keypad will be
automatically locked (if you are not going to use
your phone for a prolonged period of time).
Allows you to choose the way a call will be
answered.
(1) Depending on your phone model and language.
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WAP (1)
The "HomePage" option allows you to launch the WAP browser if
it is already configured.
Accessing Mobile Internet Services (2)
WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) is a service that allows you to
access the mobile Internet. Thanks to WAP, you can obtain
information such as weather conditions, stock market averages,
traffic conditions, etc.
You can access mobile Internet services from the main screen by
pressing the
key and then selecting the "Services" option or
by a long keypress on the
key (1).
OK
@
The "Profiles" option allows you to set up the connection
parameters for your WAP services access providers. In most cases,
your navigator connection parameters will have already been set up.
If that is not the case, refer to the "Go to URL" option.
16.2
While consulting an Internet page, you can access a number of
options by pressing the
key.
@
WAP
The following screen will pop up:
Available options (1)
...
HomePage
Profiles
Go to URL
Can be accessed from the current page
HomePage
Return directly to the home page
Go to URL
Access the address of a site directly
Bookmarks
Access your favourite sites
OK
!
(1) Depending on your phone model and the language.
(2) Check the availability of this service with your
operator.
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(1) At any moment when browsing, make a long keypress
on the
to exit the WAP mode.
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Show URL
Display the address of the site you are
currently visiting (1)
Confirm
Connect.
Status
Display the information bar for your
Internet session
Try profile
Alert List
Display the list of your notifications (2)
Zoom
Help
Exit WAP
Back
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Change character size
Display on-line help messages
Return to the previous screen
Setting up your access (2)
OK
(1) Depending on your phone model.
(2) Check the availability of this service with your access
provider.
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Try the profile home page
Create
Create a new profile
Modify
Modify the profile parameters
Delete
Delete a profile
Back
Finish consulting Internet services and
return to the main screen
Select a profile from the list of profiles and access the following
options by pressing the
key.
!
OK
Confirm the profile that you will use to
access Wap services
Return to the list of profiles
To create a new profile, you must fill in all of the following
parameters (1) :
• Profile name
• Home Page address
• Profile Address
• Profile Port
• Parameters
- Access type (analogue, ISDN)
- Input name
- Password
- Access Number
- Transmission speed
!
(1) Enter the information supplied by your operator.
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GAMES (1)
Killer expo
The game software built into your terminal was designed
and developed using Infograms. They are covered by
copyright laws. Any non-authorized reproduction of this
software as well as any alterations to the copyright notices
or other rights appearing on the software are categorically
prohibited.
You can access the games from the MENU by pressing the
OK
key.
Games
Numbers
Setup
FM Radio
You have the option of setting the parameters for the Games in the
“Config.” option (keyboard, sounds, difficulty...).
Starshot, a hero from deep space, travels throughout the galaxy to
discover new entertainment. He is accompanied by his two faithful
companions, Willfall (the little robot) and Willfly (the little rocket).
Help him foil the traps set for him by the terrible Wolgang.
While at the commands of the Willfly rocket, you must avoid
obstacles and at the same time eliminate the enemies you cross at
the 4 levels on the way to save starshot.
To steer, use the
To fire, use the
,
,
,
During the game, you can display:
• Your position
,
• Your result,
• Your shield points
,
• Your life points
.
Eyes & stars
For this strategy game, you must align 4 pawns (horizontally, vertically
or diagonally). Your opponent, over several rounds, is the terrible
Wolgang.You have the option of choosing your pawns to affront the
enemy.
To align the pawns, use the
keys.
,
To confirm the placement of a pawn, use the
!
(1) Depending on your phone model
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Run, run
Help Starshot make his way across the platforms (linked together by
cables and ladders) to escape from the labyrinth.
Starshoot can run on these platforms, climb up and down the
ladders, hang himself and move along the cables, jump from one
platform to the other and finally control the stars that he collected
on the way with which he can dig a hole to trap in his opponents.
Note, you must absolutely find the key to advance through the 7
steps of each of the 4 levels.
To guide yourself from one platform to the next, use the
, keys.
,
,
To fire, or climb up or down, use the
During the game, you can display:
• Your result,
• Your star points
,
• Your life points
.
key.
18.1
WARRANTY
Warranty for the telephone
Congratulations for choosing this mobile phone - we hope that this product
will satisfy all your needs.
Notwithstanding any other applicable statutory warranties, this mobile phone
and the battery are guaranteed against any manufacturing defect for a period
of ONE (1) year from the date of purchase shown on your invoice.
Nevertheless, if the statutory warranty in force in your country exceeds one
(1) year, the statutory warranty will apply in place of the manufacturer’s
warranty. The present warranty terms also apply to the accessories but for a
period of SIX (6) months from the date of purchase shown on your invoice.
Under the terms of this warranty, you must inform your dealer or any
maintenance centre (see list of maintenance centres at our website www.alcatel.com) without delay of any defect and present the invoice given to
you at the time of purchase.
The dealer will decide whether to replace or repair, as appropriate, all or any
part of the equipment (telephone or accessory) found to be defective. This
warranty covers the cost of parts and labour but excludes any other costs.
Repair or replacement may be carried out using reconditioned components
offering equivalent functionality.
Servicing under the terms of this warranty, especially repair, modification or
replacement of parts shall entitle to a three month warranty unless there are
statutory provisions to the contrary.
This warranty shall not apply to damage or defects (to your telehone and/or
accessory) caused by:
• use not conforming with the instructions for use or installation,
• non observation of the technical and safety standards applicable in the
country where the equipment is used,
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• improper maintenance of batteries and other sources of energy, and of the
overall electric installation,
• Accidents or the consequences of theft, (of the vehicle), acts of vandalism,
lightning, fire, humidity, infiltration of liquids, atmospheric influences,
• Combination or integration of the equipment in hardware not supplied by
the manufacturer unless the latter gave written, explicit consent for such,
• Modifications, alterations, or repairs carried out by parties not authorised
by the manufacturer or by the maintenance centre,
• Use of the equipment for a purpose other than that for which it was
designed,
• Normal wear,
• Deterioration caused by external causes (RF interference produced by
other equipment, fluctuations in mains voltage and/or voltages on telephone
lines, etc),
• Modifications made to the equipment even if they are mandatory due to
changes in regulations and/or modification of network parameters,
• Connection faults resulting from unsatisfactory radio propagation or caused
by the absence of radio relay coverage.
Equipment on which markings or serial numbers have been
removed or altered, and handsets on which labels have been
removed or deteriorated shall be excluded from the warranty.
Apart from the statutory warranty, the above provisions constitute the only
claims which can be made against the manufacturer and dealer on the grounds
of equipment defects, this warranty excludes any other explicit or implied
warranty associated with the sale of the equipment.
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ACCESSORIES (1)
Alcatel latest generation of GSM mobile phones feature a built-in
"hands-free " which enables use of the telephone at a certain distance,
i.e. on a table. Users who wish to protect confidentiality of their
conversations may use the headset accessory.
Standard charger
C 55
Cigar lighter charger
C 56
Basic car kit
MP 79
Easy-to-install handsfree car kit
MP 81
Antenna kit
A3
Headset
M 13
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(1) Depending on your phone model and availability.
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Basic cradle
MP 80
SMS Keyboard
KB 1
Carrying case
HC 26
Battery
B 55
Belt clip
BC 11
FM radio kit
M 15
Online purchase: www.alcatel.com
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CHARACTER SET
To enter a word, press the key which corresponds to the desired
letter several times until the wanted letter appears.
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© ALCATEL BUSINESS SYSTEMS 2000.
All rights reserved. Alcatel reserves the right to alter
material or technical specification of its products
without prior notice.
English 3DS07899AAAA01
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