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Operating Instructions
Smart Desk Phone
Model No.
KX-UT670
Thank you for purchasing this Panasonic product.
Please read this manual carefully before using this product and save this manual for future use.
KX-UT670: Software File Version 01.100 or later
In this manual, the suffix of each model number (e.g., KX-UT670NE) is omitted unless necessary.
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Introduction
Feature Highlights
7-inch Colour Touch Display
You can directly interact with the unit in a way only possible with a touch display: Swipe your finger to scroll
through your contacts to find the desired party, or tap an entry in the call log to call that person back.
Phone
Call Logs
Contacts
Network Camera Viewer
Support for High-quality Audio
The wide-band (7 kHz) audio provides high voice quality in conversations.
Applications on Your Phone
You can use a variety of applications, such as a web browser, calendar, e-mail, photo gallery, music, and more
(Page 72).
Synchronisation with Your Google™ Account
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By registering your Google account, your contacts and calendar will be synchronised between this unit and
your Google account (Page 129).
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Data synchronisation with Google Contacts is not available when you connect to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX.
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Network Camera Integration
Registering network cameras allows you to use the phone to view those cameras’ video feeds (Page 43).
If a network camera is associated with a phone number (paging number), you can call that number while viewing
the camera’s video feed (Page 68).
Also, if a network camera’s information is registered to a contact, when you begin a conversation with that
contact, Network Camera Viewer starts automatically and you can view the camera’s video feed during the
conversation (Page 59).
For the most recent information about network cameras that have been tested with this unit, refer to the
following web site:
http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/sipphone
Compatible with Electric Hook Switch (EHS) Headsets
You can connect an EHS headset and use it to talk to other parties (Page 107).
Notes for Connecting to a Panasonic PBX
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If the unit is connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX, refer to the documentation of the KX-NS1000 for
information about the operation, programming, and maintenance of the unit. For details, consult your
dealer.
However, please refer to this documentation for details about the following features:
– Message/Ringer Lamp (Page 18)
– Soft Keys (Page 38)
– Network Camera Viewer (Page 43)
– Controlling a Network Camera – Opening Doors (Page 67)
– Forward/Do Not Disturb (Page 91)
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Introduction
Other Information
Documentation for This Unit
The documentation for this unit consists of the following three manuals:
Getting Started
Briefly describes basic information about the installation of the unit.
Operating Instructions (this manual)
Describes the parts of the unit, operation procedures, maintenance, etc.
Administrator Guide
Describes information about programming the unit.
Manuals and supporting information are provided on the Panasonic web site at:
http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/sipphone
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The contents and design of the software are subject to change without notice.
Conventions Used in This Manual
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SD memory cards that can be used with this unit are collectively referred to as "SD cards" (Page 127).
Buttons on the key sheet (Page 19) are shown as
. Depending on your country/area, the key
sheet buttons on your unit will have only an icon (
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enclosed in square brackets and is shown in a bold typeface: [Text].
Trademarks
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SDXC logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
Google is a trademark of Google Inc.
vCard is a trademark of Internet Mail Consortium.
Plantronics is a trademark or registered trademark of Plantronics, Inc.
All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.
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Copyright Notices
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The preset melodies in this product are used with permission of © 2009 Copyrights Vision Inc.
iWnn IME © OMRON SOFTWARE Co., Ltd. 2010 All Rights Reserved.
Parts of this product use Open Source Software supplied based on the conditions of the Free Software
Foundation’s GPLs and/or LGPLs and other conditions. Relevant conditions apply to this software.
Therefore, please read licence information about GPLs and LGPLs, and information about other Open
Source Software available from this product.
To view this information, press
when the Home screen is displayed, and then tap [Settings]
® [About phone] ® [Legal information].
At least three (3) years from delivery of products, Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. will give to any
third party who contacts us at the contact information provided below, for a charge of no more than the
cost of physically distributing source code, a complete machine-readable copy of the corresponding source
code and the copyright notices covered under GPL and LGPL. Please note that software licensed under
GPL and LGPL is not under warranty.
http://www.panasonic.net/corporate/global_network/
Do not attach copyright-protected files, such as graphics or music files, to e-mail messages if you do not
hold the copyrights to those files. With the exception of duplicating or quoting for personal use as permitted
by law, you may not duplicate, alter, publicly transmit, repurpose, or distribute such works without the
consent of the copyright holder.
For Future Reference
Record the information in the space below for future reference.
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The serial number and MAC address of this product may be found on the label affixed to the bottom
of the unit. You should note the serial number and MAC address of this unit in the space provided and
retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase to aid in identification in the event of theft.
MODEL NO.
SERIAL NO.
MAC ADDRESS
DATE OF PURCHASE
NAME OF DEALER
DEALER'S ADDRESS
DEALER'S TEL. NO.
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For Your Safety
For Your Safety
To reduce the risk of injury, loss of life, electric shock,
fire, malfunction, and damage to equipment or property,
always observe the following safety precautions.
Explanation of symbols
The following symbols are used to classify and describe
the level of hazard and injury caused when the
denotation is disregarded and improper use is
performed.
WARNING
Denotes a potential hazard that could result in
serious injury or death.
CAUTION
Denotes a hazard that could result in minor injury or
damage to the unit or other equipment.
The following symbols are used to classify and describe
the type of instructions to be observed.
This symbol is used to alert users to a specific
operating procedure that must not be
performed.
This symbol is used to alert users to a specific
operating procedure that must be followed in
order to operate the unit safely.
WARNING
General Safety
Do not disassemble this unit. Dangerous
electrical shock could result. The unit must
only be disassembled and repaired by
qualified service technicians.
Never attempt to insert wires, pins, etc. into
the vents or other holes of this unit.
To prevent possible fire or electric shock, do
not expose this unit to rain or moisture.
Do not splash water on the AC adaptor or the
power cord, nor get them wet.
Doing so can result in fire, electric shock, or
injury. If they do get wet, immediately
disconnect the AC adaptor and power cord,
and contact an authorised service centre.
Do not touch the AC adaptor for extended
periods of time. Doing so can lead to
low-degree burns.
Do not use the power cord with other
products. Doing so can result in fire or electric
shock.
Unplug this unit from the AC outlet and have
the unit serviced by qualified service
personnel in the following cases:
A. When the power supply cord or plug is
damaged or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled on the unit.
C. If the unit has been exposed to rain or
water.
D. If the unit does not work normally by
following the manual. Adjust only controls
covered by the manual. Improper
adjustment may require repair by an
authorised service centre.
E. If the unit has been dropped, or damaged.
F. If the unit’s performance deteriorates.
If damage to the unit exposes any internal
parts, immediately disconnect the cable or
cord. If the power is supplied from the network
to the Smart Desk Phone
[Power-over-Ethernet], disconnect the
Ethernet cables. Otherwise, disconnect the
AC adaptor cord. Then return this unit to an
authorised service centre.
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For Your Safety
This handset earpiece is magnetised and may
retain small ferrous objects.
Only use the optional wall mount kit with the
unit. The wall mount kit includes the
necessary screws, washers, and wall
mounting adaptor.
The use of excessive sound volume through
earphones, headphones, or headsets may
cause hearing loss.
When driving the screws into the wall, be
careful to avoid touching any metal laths, wire
laths or metal plates in the wall.
Disconnect this unit from power outlet/the
Ethernet cables if it emits smoke, an abnormal
smell, or makes unusual noise. These
conditions can cause fire or electric shock.
Confirm that smoke has stopped and contact
an authorised service centre.
When this unit is no longer in use, make sure
to detach it from the wall.
CAUTION
Installation
Do not make power connections that exceed
the ratings for the AC outlet or power
equipment. If the power rating of a surge
protector, etc. is exceeded, it can cause a fire
due to heat buildup.
Keep the unit away from heating appliances
and devices that generate electrical noise,
such as fluorescent lamps, motors and
televisions. These noise sources can interfere
with the performance of the unit. It also should
not be placed in rooms where the temperature
is less than 0 °C or greater than 40 °C.
Do not bundle up the AC adaptor cord. The
cord may become damaged, which can lead
to a fire, electric shock, or electric short.
Wipe the unit with a soft cloth. Do not clean
the unit with abrasive powders or with
chemical agents such as benzine or thinner.
The unit should only be connected to a power
supply of the type as shown on the label on
the unit.
The SD card, the SD card slot cover, and the
handset hook pose a choking hazard. Keep
the SD card, the SD card slot cover, and the
handset hook out of reach of children.
Completely insert the AC adaptor into the AC
outlet. Failure to do so may cause electric
shock and/or excessive heat resulting in a fire.
When left unused for a long period of time,
disconnect the unit from the AC outlet. When
the unit receives power from a PoE power
supply, disconnect the Ethernet cables.
Placement
Care should be taken so that objects do not
fall onto, and liquids are not spilled into, the
unit. Do not subject this unit to excessive
smoke, dust, moisture, mechanical vibration,
shock, or direct sunlight.
When the unit is mounted on a wall, make
sure the cables are securely fastened to the
wall.
Do not place heavy objects on top of this unit.
Notice
Place this unit on a flat surface.
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Allow 10 cm clearance around the unit for
proper ventilation.
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Wall Mounting
Do not mount the unit in a manner other than
that described in this manual.
Make sure that the wall that the unit will be
attached to is strong enough to support the
unit (approx. 1.3 kg). If not, it is necessary for
the wall to be reinforced.
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If the unit does not operate properly, disconnect
the AC adaptor cord and Ethernet cables and
then connect again.
If you are having problems making calls,
disconnect the Ethernet cables and connect a
known working Smart Desk Phone. If the known
working Smart Desk Phone operates properly,
have the defective Smart Desk Phone repaired
by an authorised service centre. If the known
working Smart Desk Phone does not operate
properly, check the SIP server and the Ethernet
cables.
Under power failure conditions, the Smart Desk
Phone may not operate. Please ensure that a
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separate telephone, not dependent on local
power, is available for use in remote sites in
case of emergency.
For information regarding network setup of the
Smart Desk Phone such as IP addresses,
please see page 116.
If an error message is shown on your display,
consult your phone system dealer or the
network administrator.
Use only the correct Panasonic handset.
Data Security
We recommend observing the security precautions
described in this section, in order to prevent the
following:
– loss, disclosure, falsification, or theft of user
information
– unauthorised use of the unit
– interference or suspension of use caused by an
unauthorised party
We cannot be responsible for damages resulting
from the misuse of this product.
User information is defined as the following:
– Contacts’ names, phone numbers, and IP
addresses
– Forwarding destination numbers
– Numbers stored in One-touch Dialling buttons
– Passwords used to log in to the Web user interface
– Call logs
Preventing Data Loss
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Use a personal computer to make periodic backups
of recordings stored on the SD card.
Keep a copy of all important data (such as contact
lists) in case the machine malfunctions and data
cannot be recovered.
There is a risk that data stored or saved on the unit
may be changed or deleted when, for instance, the
unit is being repaired. To protect important data
from unexpected damage, see Data Security
(Page 8).
Preventing Data Disclosure
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Do not leave memory devices (e.g., SD cards) that
contain important information unattended. Do not
leave the unit unattended while an SD card is
inserted.
Do not leave the unit in a location where it can be
access or removed without authorisation.
To avoid improper usage by a third party, engage
the screen lock (Page 95) when you are away
from your seat or otherwise leave the unit
unattended.
Store backups in a secure location.
Do not store sensitive personal information in the
unit.
Personal information (such as the contact list and
call log) can be registered and/or saved on this unit.
To prevent data leakage or unexpected damages,
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make a record of necessary user information, etc.,
and initialise the unit to return it to its factory settings
in the following cases (Page 130).
Also, remove the SD card from the unit.
– When passing on or disposing of the unit
– When lending the unit
– When having the unit repaired
Make sure the unit is serviced by only a certified
technician.
Preventing Data Disclosure Over the
Network
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To prevent unauthorised access, only connect the
unit to a network that is properly managed.
Make sure all personal computers that are
connected to the unit employ up-to-date security
measures.
Security Information
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Security settings, such as passwords, cannot be
undone at Panasonic service centres. Take
measures to prevent passwords from being lost or
forgotten.
If a password is forgotten, initialise the unit and
configure the settings again. (See page 130 for
initialisation procedures.)
For best security, set passwords that cannot be
guessed easily, and change passwords periodically
(Page 119, Page 120).
Take care that the unlock pattern, PIN, or password
for the unit are not seen by a third party while being
input or otherwise become known by an
unauthorised party.
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Privacy and Right of
Publicity
By installing and using this device, you are responsible
for maintaining the privacy and usage rights of images
and other data (including sound picked up by the
microphone). Use this device accordingly.
• Privacy is generally said to be, "A legal guarantee
and right not to have the details of one’s personal
life unreasonably publicised, and the right to be able
to control information about oneself. In addition,
right of publicity is a right not to have a likeness of
one’s face or figure photographed and publicised
without consent".
• When the Automatic Answer feature is enabled,
transmission begins as soon as a call is received.
The receiver will begin transmitting as soon as the
call is received at any time, from any caller. Please
be aware when the Automatic Answer feature is
enabled, there is a risk that due to an unexpected,
automatically answered call, privacy rights may be
violated or sensitive information may be transmitted
to unauthorised parties.
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Additional Information
Additional Information
Important Safety Instructions
When using this unit, basic safety precautions should
always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric
shock and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Do not use the unit near water, for example, near a
bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in
a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
2. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type)
during an electrical storm. There may be a remote
risk of electric shock from lightning.
3. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the
vicinity of the leak.
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For Users in Australia and the United
Kingdom
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This unit is capable of being used
in conjunction with hearing aids
fitted with inductive coil pick-ups.
The handset should be held as for
normal conversation. For
operation, the hearing aid should
be set to its "T" position or as
directed in the operating
instructions for the hearing aid.
This unit is designed to aid the visually
handicapped to locate dial keys and buttons.
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This unit is designed to be installed under controlled
conditions of ambient temperature and a relative
humidity.
Avoid installing the unit in damp or humid
environments, such as bathrooms or swimming
pools.
After unpacking the optional AC adaptor, dispose of
the power plug cap appropriately.
999 and 112 can be dialled on the product after
accessing the outside line for the purpose of making
outgoing calls to the BT emergency (999) and (112)
services.
The method for accessing an outside line differs
depending on the SIP server. For details, confirm
the features of the SIP server.
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This equipment shall not be set to make automatic
calls to the Telecom ‘111’ Emergency Service.
PTC General Warning
• The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal
equipment indicates only that Telecom has
accepted that the item complies with minimum
conditions for connection to its network. It indicates
no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor
does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it
provides no assurance that any item will work
correctly in all respects with another item of
Telepermitted equipment of a different make or
model, nor does it imply that any product is
compatible with all of Telecom’s network services.
The Use of IP Networks through the PSTN
• Internet Protocol (IP) by its nature introduces delay
into speech signals as each data packet is
formulated and addressed. Telecom Access
Standards recommends that suppliers, designers
and installers using this technology for calls to or
from the PSTN refer to ITU E Model requirements
in the design of their networks. The overall aim is to
minimise delay, distortion and other transmission
impairments, particularly for those calls involving
cellular and international networks, which already
suffer extensive delay.
Echo cancellation
• Echo cancellers are not normally required in the
Telecom PSTN because geographic delays are
acceptable where CPE return loss is maintained
within Telepermit limits. However, those private
networks making use of Voice over IP technology
are required to provide echo cancellation for all
voice calls. The combined effect of audio / VoIP
conversion delay and IP routing delay can cause
the echo cancellation time of ³ 64 mS to be
required.
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Additional Information
For Users in the European Union
Information on disposal in other
countries outside the European Union
These symbols are only valid in the
European Union. If you wish to discard
these items, please contact your local
authorities or dealer and ask for the correct
method of disposal.
For information of Compliance with EU relevant
Regulatory Directives,
Contact to Authorised Representative:
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
Information for Users on Collection
and Disposal of Old Equipment and
used Batteries
These symbols on the products,
packaging, and/or accompanying
documents mean that used electrical and
electronic products and batteries should
not be mixed with general household
waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and
recycling of old products and used
batteries, please take them to applicable
collection points, in accordance with your
national legislation and the Directives
2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
By disposing of these products and
batteries correctly, you will help to save
valuable resources and prevent any
potential negative effects on human health
and the environment which could
otherwise arise from inappropriate waste
handling.
For more information about collection and
recycling of old products and batteries,
please contact your local municipality,
your waste disposal service or the point of
sale where you purchased the items.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect
disposal of this waste, in accordance with
national legislation.
For business users in the European
Union
If you wish to discard electrical and
electronic equipment, please contact your
dealer or supplier for further information.
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Note for the battery symbol (bottom
two symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination
with a chemical symbol. In this case it
complies with the requirement set by the
Directive for the chemical involved.
About the touch screen
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Do not use commercially available display
protection film. (The touch screen may function
incorrectly.)
The touch screen is easily damaged. Touch it only
with your fingers.
Do not touch the touch screen with a hard or sharp
edge or tip, such as a ballpoint pen, or the tip of your
finger nail.
Do not press the touch screen with too much force.
Do not rub the touch screen too strongly or
otherwise handle it roughly.
Do not place heavy items on the touch screen.
If the unit is subject to a sudden change in
temperature, such as immediately after turning on
an air conditioner or heater, condensation may form
on the inside of the touch screen and cause the
screen to function incorrectly. In this case, cease
operation and let the unit sit for 1 or 2 hours before
using it again.
The touch screen may become warm during
operation, but this is normal.
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This device is designed to be operated solely
through the touch screen. Therefore, we highly
recommend you have a secondary communication
device available in case the touch screen is
damaged.
Sufficiently check the source and operations of all
applications before installing. You may not be able
to install or operate some applications, depending
on the application. Also, be aware that applications
may contain viruses or may be able to access
location data or personal data etc. stored on the
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unit. This data may then be leaked onto the Internet
and used improperly.
Panasonic cannot accept any responsibility if an
installed application causes performance problems
or losses of any kind to the user or a third party.
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Unit Overview .........................................................................................17
Included Accessories .....................................................................................................17
Optional Accessories .....................................................................................................17
Location of Controls .......................................................................................................18
Before Operating the Telephone ..........................................................23
Touch Display Operations ..............................................................................................23
Basic Telephone Operations ..........................................................................................24
Entering Text ...................................................................................................................25
Using the On-screen Keyboard ......................................................................................25
Using a USB Keyboard ..................................................................................................29
Emergency Number Registration ..................................................................................30
The Display and Icons ...........................................................................31
The Display ......................................................................................................................31
Home Screen .................................................................................................................31
Application Screen .........................................................................................................34
Phone Screen .................................................................................................................35
Calling Screen ................................................................................................................37
Call Log Screen ..............................................................................................................40
Contacts Screen .............................................................................................................41
Flexible Button Screen ...................................................................................................42
Network Camera Viewer ................................................................................................43
Lock Screen ...................................................................................................................44
Icons .................................................................................................................................46
Phone ......................................................................................................51
Making Calls ....................................................................................................................51
Confirming a Number Before Dialling (Pre-dialling) .......................................................51
Redialling ........................................................................................................................51
Calling from the Contacts Screen ...................................................................................51
Calling from the Call Log ................................................................................................52
Calling Using a Flexible Button Set as a One-touch Dialling Button ..............................52
Calling an Emergency Number ......................................................................................52
Receiving Calls ................................................................................................................53
Selecting from Multiple Incoming Calls ..........................................................................53
Answering a Call While on a Call (Answering Call Waiting) ...........................................53
Rejecting Calls ...............................................................................................................53
Holding a Call ..................................................................................................................54
Transferring a Call ..........................................................................................................55
Three-party Conference Call ..........................................................................................55
Mute ..................................................................................................................................56
Checking Voice Messages .............................................................................................57
Contacts ..................................................................................................58
Adding Contacts .............................................................................................................58
Adding a New Contact ....................................................................................................58
Adding a Contact from the Call Log ...............................................................................59
Adding Network Camera Information to a Contact .........................................................59
Editing a Contact .............................................................................................................60
Deleting a Contact ...........................................................................................................60
Searching for a Contact ..................................................................................................61
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Changing How Contacts are Displayed ........................................................................61
Joining/Separating Contacts .........................................................................................62
Saving/Loading Contact Information to/from an SD Card ..........................................62
Save Format for Contact Data ........................................................................................62
Sending Contact Information as an E-mail Attachment ..............................................63
Assigning Ringtones to Specific Contacts ...................................................................64
Network Camera .....................................................................................65
Registering a Network Camera ......................................................................................65
Selecting a Network Camera ..........................................................................................66
Controlling a Network Camera .......................................................................................66
Calling a Phone Number Associated with a Camera ...................................................68
Switching Automatically among Multiple Cameras .....................................................68
Using Network Camera Presets .....................................................................................69
Adding a Preset to Your Favourites ...............................................................................69
Editing a Preset’s Name .................................................................................................69
Configuring Display Properties .....................................................................................70
Adjusting the Brightness of the Picture ..........................................................................70
Automatic Mode .............................................................................................................70
Receiving Alarms from Network Cameras ....................................................................71
Configuring an Alarm Notification ...................................................................................71
Built-in Applications ..............................................................................72
Clock ................................................................................................................................72
Displaying the Date and Time ........................................................................................72
Setting an Alarm .............................................................................................................72
Deleting an Alarm ...........................................................................................................73
Stopping an Alarm ..........................................................................................................73
Activating and Cancelling Snooze ..................................................................................73
Using Alarm Clock’s Menu .............................................................................................74
Browser ............................................................................................................................75
Displaying a Web Page in Browser ................................................................................75
Using Bookmarks ...........................................................................................................75
Opening and Closing Windows ......................................................................................75
Setting the Home Page ..................................................................................................76
Going Back to the Previous Page ..................................................................................76
Using Browser’s Menus ..................................................................................................76
Calculator .........................................................................................................................78
Using Calculator’s Menu ................................................................................................78
Calendar ...........................................................................................................................79
Displaying Calendar .......................................................................................................79
Adding an Event .............................................................................................................79
Checking an Event .........................................................................................................80
Editing an Event .............................................................................................................80
Deleting an Event ...........................................................................................................80
Cancelling a Notification/Activating Snooze ...................................................................80
Configuring Calendar’s Settings .....................................................................................81
Email .................................................................................................................................82
Setting Up an E-mail Account ........................................................................................82
Creating and Sending a New E-mail Message ...............................................................82
Reading E-mail ...............................................................................................................83
Viewing an Attachment ...................................................................................................83
Forwarding an E-mail Message ......................................................................................83
Displaying a List of Folders ............................................................................................84
Deleting All Messages in the Trash ................................................................................84
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Adding an Account .........................................................................................................84
Deleting an Account .......................................................................................................85
Changing Account Settings ............................................................................................85
Gallery ..............................................................................................................................86
Displaying an Image .......................................................................................................86
Viewing Images as a Slideshow .....................................................................................86
Deleting an Image ..........................................................................................................86
Using Gallery’s Menu .....................................................................................................87
Music ................................................................................................................................88
Playing Music .................................................................................................................88
Making a Playlist ............................................................................................................88
Editing a Playlist .............................................................................................................89
Search for Related Content in Browser ..........................................................................89
Using the Music Application’s Menu ...............................................................................89
Advanced Settings .................................................................................91
Forward/Do Not Disturb ..................................................................................................91
Automatic Answer ...........................................................................................................92
Customising Flexible Buttons .......................................................................................92
Using a Headset ..............................................................................................................94
Activating the Screen Lock ............................................................................................95
Customising the Phone .........................................................................96
Changing the Wallpaper .................................................................................................96
Adding and Deleting Shortcuts, Widgets and Folders ................................................97
Displaying Your Schedule on the Phone Screen .........................................................98
Setting a Ringtone ..........................................................................................................99
Using Music on an SD Card as the Ringtone ...............................................................99
Web User Interface Programming ...............................................................................100
Accessibility .........................................................................................101
Keyboard Operation ......................................................................................................101
Connections and Installation ..............................................................103
Attaching the Stand (Adjusting the Angle of the Unit) ..............................................103
Connections ..................................................................................................................105
Wall Mounting ................................................................................................................109
Configuration ........................................................................................112
Making Settings .............................................................................................................112
Setting Items ..................................................................................................................112
Setting Item Details .......................................................................................................116
Miscellaneous Information ..................................................................127
Updating the Firmware .................................................................................................127
Using an SD Card ..........................................................................................................127
Setting up a Google Account for Synchronising .......................................................129
Initialising the Unit ........................................................................................................130
Data Backup and Restore .............................................................................................130
Cleaning the Unit ...........................................................................................................130
Enabling Cleaning Mode ..............................................................................................130
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................132
Specifications .......................................................................................140
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Revision History ...................................................................................141
Software File Version 01.030 ........................................................................................141
Software File Version 01.100 ........................................................................................141
Index............................................................................................................143
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Unit Overview
Unit Overview
Included Accessories
If any parts are missing or have other problems, contact your dealer.
Handset (1)
Handset Cord (1)
Stand (1)
Note
•
The illustrations may differ from the appearance of the actual product.
Optional Accessories
The following optional accessories are available for purchase:
AC Adaptor*1
•
•
•
Wall Mount Kit
*1
For KX-UT670X:
KX-A422CE (PNLV228)/KX-A422UK (PNLV228)/
KX-A422AL (PNLV228)/KX-A422X (PNLV228)/
KX-A422BR (PNLV228)
For KX-UT670NE:
KX-A422CE (PNLV228)/KX-A422UK (PNLV228)
For KX-UT670RU:
KX-A422CE (PNLV228)
KX-A434X
To order an optional AC adaptor, please order using the "KX-A422" model number.
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Unit Overview
Location of Controls
Front View
A
B
C
F
D
G
E
Touch Display (Page 23)
Ambient Light Sensor
Detects the brightness of the ambient light and adjusts the brightness of the display accordingly
(Page 118).
Message/Ringer Lamp*1
The colour of the lamp shows the unit’s status as follows:
*1
Colour (state)
Unit Status
Green (flashing rapidly)
Receiving a call
Red (steady on)
New voice message
Or, new voice message and missed calls
Green (flashing slowly)
Cleaning mode (for wiping the screen)
Green (steady on)
Missed calls
If KX-UT670 is connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX, the Message/Ringer Lamp shows the current status as follows:
–
Green (flashing rapidly): You are receiving an intercom call, or you are receiving a Hold Recall or Transfer Recall from an
extension.
–
Red (flashing rapidly): You are receiving an outside call, or you are receiving a Hold Recall or Transfer Recall from an
outside line.
Key Sheet (Page 19)
Microphone
Used for hands-free conversation.
Handset Hook
Keeps the handset stable when the unit is mounted on a wall (Page 109).
Speaker
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Key Sheet
For KX-UT670X
A
B
C
G
H
I
D
E
F
D
E
F
For KX-UT670NE/KX-UT670RU
A
B
C
G
H
I
Note
•
In this manual, the key sheet icons from the KX-UT670X are used in explanations and procedures.
Menu
Display the menu. The contents of the menu differ depending on the current screen or application.
Home
Return to the Home screen (Page 31). Pressing and holding this button displays the icons of the
applications you have used since the unit started up. You can tap on an icon to switch to that application
(Page 72).
Back
Return to the previous screen.
Volume
Adjust the volume. You can adjust the ringer and notification volume, the handset/speaker volume
(available during a conversation), and the playback volume of the music application.
Navigation Key
Select items on the screen, such as when searching for a contact or configuring settings.
Enter
Confirms and accepts entered text or a changed setting value.
Phone
Switch to the Phone screen (Page 35).
Mute
During a conversation, mute the handset’s and the unit’s microphone so that the other party cannot hear
you. While the microphone is muted, the light on
flashes red.
SP-Phone (Speakerphone)/Headset
Make and receive calls without using the handset. If you are using a headset, pressing this button allows
you to have a conversation using the headset. When
is active, the light on
lights red.
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Right Side View
A
C
B
USB Port
Connect a USB keyboard (Page 108). The cord used to connect a USB keyboard to the USB port must
be less than 3 m in length.
SD Card Slot
Insert an SD card. An SD card can be used for saving information stored on the unit, such as your contacts
list, and for loading information onto the unit (Page 127).
Cable Cover
If the distance from the Ethernet cable connector to where the cable bends is greater than 30 mm, remove
the cable cover (Page 106).
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Left Side View
A
B
C
Modular Handset Jack
EHS Jack
Used to connect an EHS headset (Page 107).
Headset Jack (Page 107)
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Rear View
A
C
B
B
D E FB
G
Message/Ringer Lamp (Page 18)
Ventilation Opening (4 locations)
RESET Button
Reinitialises the unit’s settings (Page 130).
DC Jack
LAN Port
PC Port
Wire Openings
For attaching an anti-theft cable or wire.
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Before Operating the Telephone
Touch Display Operations
In this manual, touch operations are explained using the following terminology:
Touch
Touch the display with your
finger.
Tap
Touch the display only
briefly.
Swipe
Slide your finger across the
display vertically or
horizontally, and then lift your
finger off the display.
Drag
To move an object like an
icon, touch and hold it with
your finger, and then move it
across the display. When you
reach the destination, lift your
finger.
Touch and hold
Touch the display and keep
your finger there.
Notice
•
When you use the touch display, use only one finger. Touching the display with more than one finger
can result in unexpected behaviour.
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Basic Telephone Operations
With this unit, there are several ways to make and answer calls.
Going Off-hook
In this manual, when you see the phrase "go off-hook", you can do any of the following:
• Lift the handset off of its cradle.
.
• Press
•
•
On the Phone screen, tap a flexible button assigned as a DN (Directory Number) button.
If a USB keyboard is connected, press the [F3] key.
Note
•
If [Answer] is displayed on the screen, tapping [Answer] is the same as pressing
.
Going On-hook
In this manual, when you see the phrase "go on-hook", you can do any of the following:
• Replace the handset on its cradle.
, if you are in hands-free mode.
• Press
•
If a USB keyboard is connected, press the [End] key, or if you are in hands-free mode, you can also press
the [F4] key.
Note
•
If [Disconnect] is displayed on the screen, tapping [Disconnect] ends the current call, but you remain
off-hook (i.e., you will hear a dial tone).
Hands-free Mode
The following actions enable hands-free mode, where you can talk to and hear the other party without using
the handset.
, and then make a call.
• In stand-by mode, press
•
•
•
During a call, press
, and then replace the handset on its cradle.
In stand-by mode on the Phone screen, tap a flexible button assigned as a DN button.
If a USB keyboard is connected, press the [F3] key.
Lifting the handset off its cradle cancels hands-free mode.
Off-hook Monitor
The following action allows other people to listen to the conversation through the speaker while you continue
the conversation using the handset.
• During a call, press
.
•
If a USB keyboard is connected, press the [F3] key.
Pressing
again cancels off-hook monitor. If a USB keyboard is connected, pressing the [F4] key
also cancels off-hook monitor.
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While off-hook monitor is enabled, replacing the handset on its cradle enables hands-free mode.
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Entering Text
With this unit, you can enter text and other characters using either the on-screen software keyboard or an
external USB keyboard (available commercially).
1. Tap the text box in which you want to enter text.
2. Use the keyboard to enter text.
Note
•
•
•
•
When you tap a text box, the on-screen keyboard is displayed.
If you touch and hold a text box, editing options such as [Select text], [Copy all] and [Paste] become
available.
For details about the on-screen keyboard, see page 25.
For details about USB keyboards, see page 29.
Using the On-screen Keyboard
This section explains how to use the on-screen keyboard to enter text.
Two keyboards are available on this unit: the "iWnn IME keyboard" and the "Android keyboard". The "iWnn
IME keyboard" provides additional features such as Japanese input.
Selecting a Keyboard
1. Touch and hold a text box.
2. Tap [Input method].
3. On the [Select input method] screen, select [iWnn IME] or [Android keyboard].
Displaying/Hiding the On-screen Keyboard
To hide the on-screen keyboard
1. While the on-screen keyboard is displayed, press
.
To display the on-screen keyboard again
1. Tap the text box.
Or, touch and hold
.
Using the iWnn IME Keyboard
This section explains how to use some of the features of the iWnn IME keyboard.
Sample screen shot of the keyboard
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Note
•
Depending on the input mode, the appearance of the keyboard may differ.
Function keys
Key
Description
Deletes the character in front of the cursor.
Moves the cursor one character to the left.
Moves the cursor one character to the right.
Displays the Symbol/Emoticon input screen.
Switches to numeric and symbol input.
Inserts a line break, accepts the currently entered text, etc.
Accepts the entered text and moves to the next text box.
Finishes input.
/
/
Tapping once switches between uppercase and lowercase input.
Tapping twice in a row enables caps-lock.
Inserts a single space.
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Using the Android Keyboard
This section explains how to input letters and numbers using the Android keyboard.
Sample screen shot of the keyboard
Note
•
Depending on the input mode, the appearance of the keyboard may differ.
Function keys
Explanation
Key
/
/
Tapping once switches between uppercase and lowercase input.
Tapping twice in a row enables caps-lock.
Deletes the character in front of the cursor.
Accepts the entered text and moves to the next text box.
Switches to numeric and symbol input.
Inserts a single space. If multiple keyboard languages are enabled
(Page 124), touching and holding this key and then swiping left or
right changes the keyboard language.
Switches to alphabetic input.
Displays additional symbols.
Inserts a line break, accepts the currently entered text, etc.
Switches to symbol input.
Finishes input.
Begins a search using the entered text. This key is displayed in the
Search widget (Page 97).
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For details about Android keyboard settings, see Page 124.
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Using a USB Keyboard
You can connect a standard USB keyboard and use it instead of the on-screen keyboard to enter text.
The following keys can be used:
Key
*1
Explanation
Alphanumeric characters and symbols
(including the numeric keypad)
Used in the same way as input keys on the on-screen keyboard.
[Back space] key
Deletes the character in front of the cursor.
Arrow keys
([↑], [¯], [¬], [®])
Move the cursor up, down, left, and right.
[Enter] key
Inserts a line break, accepts the currently entered text, etc.
[Esc] key
Functions the same as
on the key sheet.
[Home] key
Functions the same as
on the key sheet.
[Tab] key
Moves the cursor a fixed number of characters to the right.
[Shift] key
Used in combination with other keys or to switch between
uppercase and lowercase letters.
[Alt] key
Used in combination with other keys. If an [AltGr] key is present
on your keyboard, this key functions the same as [AltGr].
[AltGr] key*1
Used in combination with other keys.
Space bar
Inserts a single space.
Application key
Moves the cursor to the quick-search box. On the Contacts
screen, the cursor is moved to the Contact search box
(Page 61).
Depending on your locality, this key may not be present on your keyboard.
Note
•
•
•
•
•
When entering accented characters by combining the accent with the letter (e.g., by first entering "^"
and then "e" to produce "ê") using a USB keyboard, be sure that the Android keyboard is selected
(Page 25).
To enter capital letters, use the [Shift] key. The [Caps Lock] key is not supported.
This unit supports PC mode for Russian keyboards.
If Russian is specified as your language locale and you are using a USB keyboard, you can enter Latin
characters by holding down the [Alt] or [AltGr] key while entering characters. For details about the
language locale setting, see page 122.
The functions of some keys may differ depending on whether accessibility mode is enabled
(Page 101).
For details about connecting a USB keyboard, page 108.
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Emergency Number Registration
Registering emergency numbers allows you to select and call these numbers while the screen lock is active.
Up to 5 emergency numbers can be registered.
1. On the Phone screen, press
.
2. On the [Menu] screen, tap [Edit Emergency Number].
3. Enter values in [Label] and [Phone Number].
4. When you have finished entering the values, tap [OK].
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•
•
•
•
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For details about dialling emergency numbers, see page 52.
For details about entering text, see page 25.
For details about activating the screen lock, see page 95.
If the unit is connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX, enter the idle line access number before
emergency number. For details, refer to the documentation of the KX-NS1000.
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The Display and Icons
The Display
Home Screen
The Home screen is initially displayed when the unit is turned on. Also, pressing
screen.
displays the Home
A
B
C
D
E
Status bar (Page 32)
Swipe left or right on the screen to display another Home screen. The Home screen is comprised of three
screens, and you can freely position shortcuts, etc., on each screen.
Tap here to display the Application screen (Page 34).
Tap here to hide or show the application dock.
Application dock
You can place frequently used applications in the application dock. Up to 7 applications can be placed
here.
(For details about assigning applications to the application dock, see page 98.)
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Status Bar
The status bar displays the status of the unit and is displayed on all screens. Tapping the status bar displays
the notification screen.
A
B
C
D
Displays the status of unit settings, new mail notifications, etc.
Displays the user’s name and the unit’s phone number.
If multiple lines are configured on your unit, the phone number of the default line is displayed.
Displays the status of phone features.
Displays the current date and time.
(For details about setting the date and time, see page 125.)
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Notification Screen
You can tap the items on the notification screen to display additional information.
A
B
C
D
Clears all notifications.
Displays settings and status information for the unit.
You can tap each item to display additional information, change settings, etc.
Displays current notifications.
Tap each item to launch the related application.
Tap here to close the Notification screen.
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Application Screen
The Application screen displays the applications installed on the unit. This screen is displayed when you tap
on the Home screen.
A
B
Displays the applications installed on the unit (Page 72).
Tap here to close the Application screen.
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Phone Screen
After the unit is turned on and the Home screen is displayed, the Phone screen is displayed automatically.
You can also press
or tap
on the Home screen to display the Phone screen.
Dial Key display
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Schedule display
I
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Displays the wallpaper (Page 96).
Displays your contacts (Page 41).
Displays the call log (Page 40).
The number of missed calls is displayed in square brackets (e.g., [44]). If multiple lines are configured on
your unit, the total number of missed calls on all lines is displayed.
Checks your voice messages (Page 57).
The number of new messages is displayed in square brackets (e.g., [26]). If multiple lines are configured
on your unit, the total number of new messages on all lines is displayed.
Redials the last dialled phone number (Page 51).
Temporarily changes the screen between the Dial Key display and the Schedule display.
(To display the Schedule display by default, see page 98.)
Dial keys
Flexible buttons (Page 42, Page 92)
Displays up to 3 of the next upcoming events.
Tap an event to edit it. New events can be added by starting the Calendar application from the Home
screen.
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•
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If the unit is connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX, you can select "Feature access code" to set
Group Paging, Directed Group Call Pickup, Directed Call Pickup and Data Line Security, when you
. For details, refer to the documentation of the KX-NS1000.
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Calling Screen
During a call, the [Current] tab is displayed.
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
[Current] tab
Displays information about the call in progress.
[Hold] tab
Displays information about calls on hold.
Personal information
If the other party is registered in your contacts, that person’s information will be displayed.
[Incoming] tab
Displays information about incoming calls.
Displays information about the line being used (number, name, etc.).
Displays the duration of the call.
Soft keys (Page 38)
Buttons are displayed for features that can be used during a call.
Redials the last dialled phone number (Page 51).
Displays your contacts (Page 41).
Displays the dial keys.
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Soft Keys
Key
Description
Deletes the last digit entered.
Cancels pre-dialling and returns to the Phone screen (Page 51).
Answers a call.
Puts the current call on hold (Page 54).
Retrieves a call on hold and resumes the call (Page 54).
Transfers the call (Page 55).
Cancels a transfer and resumes the call (Page 55).
Connects a call to the transfer destination, and then hangs up (Page 55).
When a call has been established with the transfer destination (second
party), switches back to the first party (Page 55).
Performs a blind transfer (Page 55).
Adds a 3rd party to a 2-party call (Page 55).
Begins a 3-party conference call (Page 55).
Without you going on-hook, ends the current call but remains off-hook, or
ends a 3-party conference call and returns to a 2-party call (Page 55).
Rejects an incoming call (Page 53).
This key is not displayed for Hold Recall or if the call is on a shared line.
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optional feature and may not be supported on your phone system.
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Key
Description
Functionality depends on your phone system. For details, consult your
administrator or dealer.
Opens the door connected to a doorphone camera.
This key is displayed when you are on a call with the doorphone.
Note
•
This key is available only if the unit is connected to a Panasonic
KX-NS1000 PBX.
Note
•
If the unit is connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX,
is enabled to disconnect the current
call, make another call without hanging up and etc.
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Call Log Screen
Tapping [Call Log] on the Phone screen displays the Call Log screen.
The Call Log screen displays the outgoing call log, incoming call log, and missed call log. The most recent 100
records are kept for each type of call log.
A
B
C
F
G
D
E
[Outgoing Call] tab
Displays the outgoing call log.
[Incoming Call] tab
Displays the incoming call log, including missed calls.
[Missed Call] tab
Displays only missed calls.
Displays the line that was used when the call was made or received.
(Displayed only when multiple lines are configured on your unit.)
Call records
Display registered contact information, such as names and phone numbers. If there is no registered contact
information, only the phone number is displayed.
Displays the date and time of the call.
The icon indicates the type of call (Page 48).
Tap to call the phone number associated with the call record.
If multiple lines are configured on your unit, the call is made from the line on which the original call was
made or received.
Note
•
•
•
40
If the registered information for a contact changes, the information will be reflected in the call log the
next time the Call Log screen is opened.
If the international dial code (+) is attached, the number will be displayed in the call log with a "+"
attached.
If an anonymous call is received, only [Anonymous Call] and the time of the call will be displayed. A
call cannot be returned to an anonymous caller.
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Contacts Screen
Tapping [Contacts] on the Phone screen or tapping
A
B
on the Home screen displays the Contacts screen.
C
D
E
F
G
Displays all contacts.
Displays only contacts set as favourites (Page 58).
Enter a name to search for contacts (Page 61).
Add a new contact (Page 58).
Displays the number of contacts in the currently displayed list.
Photo
Tapping a photo displays the "quick contact" popup (Page 51).
Images stored on the SD card can be used for pictures (Page 58).
Displays registered names and telephone numbers.
If multiple phone numbers are registered to a contact, the default number is displayed.
(For details about default numbers, see page 58.)
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Flexible Button Screen
Single-row display
A
B
C
Full-screen display
A
B
Tapping a button activates the feature assigned to the flexible button.
Switches between single-row display and full-screen display.
Displays the next column.
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Network Camera Viewer
Tapping
on the Home screen starts Network Camera Viewer.
You can view the video feeds of network cameras connected to the network.
Displays the video feed of the network camera.
Displays the camera name as registered in the [Camera Registration] screen (Page 65).
Returns to the camera’s set home position (Page 67).
Tap
to zoom in and
to zoom out (Page 66).
Opens the door. This key is displayed when you are on a call with a doorphone.
Calls the phone number (paging number) associated with the network camera (Page 68).
Note
•
•
For details about adding network cameras, see page 65.
is available only if the unit is connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX.
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Lock Screen
When someone taps the display while the screen lock is activated, the following screen is displayed.
When using a pattern
B
A
When using a PIN
B
A
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When using a password
B
A
Call an emergency number (Page 52).
Trace the unlock pattern, enter the PIN, or enter the password to unlock the screen (Page 95).
Note
•
For details about activating the screen lock, see page 95.
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Icons
Home Screen (Page 31)
Icon
Description
Displays the Application screen.
Hides or displays the application dock.
Closes the Application screen.
Drag unneeded shortcuts, widgets, or folders to this icon to delete them
(Page 98).
Status Bar (Page 32)
Description
Icon
/
Displays the status of headset mode.
: On
: Off
/
Displays the Call Forwarding (FWD) or Do Not Disturb (DND) status.
If multiple lines are configured on your unit, the "set" icon is displayed when
FWD or DND is enabled on any of the lines.
: Set
: Not set
/
Displays the Auto Answer setting status.
: Enable
: Disable
/
Displays the status of the calling service and the network.
If multiple lines are configured on your unit, the "connection error" icon is
displayed if there is a connection error on any of the lines.
: Connected without problems
: Connection error
Displayed when an SD card inserted in the unit can be safely removed (i.e.,
has been successfully unmounted).
Displayed while an SD card is inserted in the unit and ready to be used.
Displayed when there is not enough free space available in the unit.
When this icon is displayed, delete contacts, schedule items, or e-mails to
make more space available.
Displayed when an e-mail is received.
Displayed while music is playing.
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Icon
Description
Displayed when an event’s notification time is reached.
Displayed as an alert for the following events:
• The SD card has been removed.
• An unsupported USB device has been connected to the unit.
• The USB hub pass-through limit has been exceeded.
• The demand for power from the USB port is too high.
Displays the number of icons not being displayed on the status bar.
Displayed when the alarm snooze feature is active.
Displayed when an alarm is set (Page 72).
/
Displays the status of the current call tab.
: In use (displayed when making a call, during a call, when in a conference
call, etc.)
: Not in use (displayed when the line is idle, when receiving a call, etc.)
Displayed when the ring volume is set to "0" (Page 117).
When this icon is displayed, notification sounds are also muted.
Displayed when a file download is completed.
Displayed when an alarm is received from a network camera (only when status
bar notification is specified) or when there is a setting error regarding the alarm
port (Page 71).
Displayed while contact or calendar synchronisation is being performed
(Page 129). If both are being synchronised, the icon is displayed twice.
Displayed when contact or calendar synchronisation has failed.
Phone Screen (Page 35)
Description
Icon
Displays your contacts (Page 41).
/
Displays the call log (Page 40).
: No missed calls.
: There are one or more missed calls.
When the [Missed Call] tab is opened,
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Icon
/
Description
Indicates whether there are new voice messages (Page 57).
: No new messages.
: There are one or more new messages.
Redials the last dialled phone number (Page 51).
Displays the schedule.
Displays the dial keys.
/
Switches between the single-row display and the full-screen display or flexible
buttons.
Displays the next column of flexible buttons in single-row display mode.
The column with a border around it is the currently displayed row (for example:
).
A row displayed in red indicates that the key currently being used is located
in that row.
Calling Screen (Page 37)
Description
Icon
Displays information about the current call.
Displays information about calls on hold.
Displays information about incoming calls.
Call Log Screen (Page 40)
Description
Icon
Displayed for outgoing calls.
Displayed for incoming calls that were answered.
Displayed for missed calls that have been checked.
Displayed for missed calls that have not been checked.
When you tap the call record to display details about the call, or tap
return the call, the icon changes to
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Icon
Description
Calls the other party.
Contact Screen (Page 41)
Description
Icon
Enter a name to search for a contact (Page 61).
Adds a new contact (Page 58).
Calls the contact’s default phone number.
Sends an e-mail to the contact’s default e-mail address.
Displays the details screen for the selected contact.
Sets the selected contact as a favourite.
Calls the selected phone number.
Write an e-mail to the selected e-mail address.
Indicates the default phone number or e-mail address.
Assigns an image stored in the SD card to a contact.
Adds the selected editable item.
Deletes the selected editable item.
Network Camera Viewer (Page 43)
Icon
Description
Returns the network camera’s angle, zoom level, and brightness to the
camera-side defaults (Page 67).
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Zoom in/zoom out the network camera’s video feed (Page 66).
Brighten/darken the network camera’s video feed (Page 70).
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The Display and Icons
Icon
Description
Dials the phone number (paging number) associated with the network camera
(Page 68).
Opens the door connected to a doorphone camera during a conversation with
the doorphone (Page 67).
Note
•
This icon is available only if the unit is connected to a Panasonic
KX-NS1000 PBX.
Lock Screen (Page 44)
Description
Icon
Call an emergency number (Page 52).
Accounts & sync settings screen (Page 129)
Icon
Description
Displayed if automatic synchronisation is enabled.
Displayed if automatic synchronisation is disabled.
Displayed while synchronisation is being performed.
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Phone
Note
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Making Calls
1. Go off-hook.
2. Enter the phone number.
3. To end the call, go on-hook.
Note
•
•
•
You can enter up to 32 digits for the phone
number.
If the dialled number is registered to a contact,
the contact’s information is displayed.
If a network camera is registered in the called
party’s contact information, Network Camera
Viewer will start, and you can view the video
feed from the camera.
In step 1, tapping [Redial] without going
off-hook enables hands-free mode.
Calling from the Contacts
Screen
Calling Using "Quick Contact"
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Go off-hook.
On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
Tap the photo of the party you want to call.
Tap
.
To end the call, go on-hook.
Note
•
Confirming a Number Before
Dialling (Pre-dialling)
•
You can confirm the phone number you entered before
it is dialled.
1. Enter the phone number with the handset still on its
cradle.
2. Lift the handset, or press
.
When multiple numbers are registered to a
contact, the number specified as the contact’s
default number is dialled.
If you use "quick contact" with a contact for
which a default number is not specified, the
following screen is displayed. Selecting the
[Remember this choice] check box causes the
phone number you select to be registered as
the contact’s default number.
3. To end the call, go on-hook.
Note
•
•
•
•
Tapping
deletes the last digit
entered.
Using the navigation keys (
and
),
you can move the cursor left and right.
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the Phone
screen.
You can enter up to 32 digits for the phone
number.
Redialling
You can redial the last phone number that you dialled.
1. Go off-hook.
2. Tap [Redial].
3. To end the call, go on-hook.
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If you tap a contact method other than
telephone, the application associated with that
contact method will start.
Selecting from Multiple Numbers
Registered to a Contact
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Go off-hook.
On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
Tap the name of the party you want to call.
Tap the phone number you want to call.
To end the call, go on-hook.
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Calling from the Call Log
1. Go off-hook.
2. Tap [Call Log].
3. Select the [Outgoing Call] tab, the [Incoming
Call] tab, or the [Missed Call] tab.
4. Tap the record for the party you want to call.
5. To end the call, go on-hook.
Note
•
If you want to call a different phone number
registered to the contact or use a different
contact method, stay on-hook, tap the record,
and then select [View contact].
You can then select a different phone number
or contact method on the contact’s details
screen.
Editing a Phone Number before
Calling
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Call Log].
2. Select the [Outgoing Call] tab, the [Incoming
Call] tab, or the [Missed Call] tab.
3. Touch and hold the record for the party you want to
Calling Using a Flexible Button
Set as a One-touch Dialling
Button
You can use a flexible button configured as One-touch
Dialling button to easily make calls.
1. Go off-hook.
2. Tap a flexible button configured as a One-touch
Dialling button.
3. To end the call, go on-hook.
Note
•
•
A flexible button configured as a BLF (Busy
Lamp Field) button can also be used to call a
local phone (Page 94).
For details about registering One-touch buttons
and BLF buttons, see page 92.
Calling an Emergency Number
While the screen lock is active, you can call an
emergency number you registered beforehand.
1. Go off-hook.
call.
4. Tap [Edit number before calling].
5. Edit the phone number, and then go off-hook.
2. Tap
.
3. On the [Select] screen, tap the contact whom you
Note
Note
•
For details about pre-dialling, see page 51.
Deleting Records from the Call Log
To delete 1 record from the call log
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Call Log].
2. Select the [Outgoing Call] tab, the [Incoming
want to call.
•
•
•
While you are on a call, incoming calls will not
be received.
For details about registering an emergency
number, see page 30.
For details about activating the screen lock, see
page 95.
Call] tab, or the [Missed Call] tab.
3. Touch and hold the record you want to delete.
4. Tap [Remove from call log].
To delete all records from the call logs
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Call Log].
.
2. Press
3. Tap [Clear all call log].
4. On the [Clear] screen, tap [OK].
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All records in the outgoing call log, the incoming
call log, and the missed call log will be deleted.
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Receiving Calls
1. Go off-hook.
2. To end the call, go on-hook.
Disconnecting the Current Call and
Answering the Second Call
1. When you hear the call waiting tone, go on-hook.
2. Go off-hook.
Note
•
•
•
Enabling Automatic Answer allows you to
answer an incoming call without going off-hook
(Page 92).
If a network camera is registered in the caller’s
contact information, Network Camera Viewer
will start, and you can view the video feed from
the camera.
When you receive a call while using another
application, the [Incoming Call] window is
displayed.
Selecting from Multiple
Incoming Calls
Holding the Current Call and
Answering the Second Call
1. On the [Incoming Call] window, tap [Close].
2. On the [Current] tab, tap [Hold].
3. Tap the DN button (flexible button) of the incoming
call (flashing green rapidly).
Note
•
If automatic call hold is enabled through
configuration file programming, simply tapping
[Answer] on the [Incoming Call] window will
put the current call on hold and answer the
second call. For details, contact your
administrator or dealer.
Rejecting Calls
You can reject an incoming call at your unit or set the
unit to reject certain calls.
When you have incoming calls from multiple parties at
the same time, you can select which one to answer.
1. On the [Incoming] tab, select the call you want to
answer.
2. Tap [Answer].
Note
Note
Rejecting a Call While Receiving
•
•
The number of incoming calls is displayed on
the [Incoming] tab.
In the [Incoming] tab, incoming calls are
displayed from the top in the order of oldest to
newest.
Answering a Call While on a Call
(Answering Call Waiting)
When you receive a second call while on another call,
you can answer the second call after either putting the
current call on hold or disconnecting it.
•
1. When receiving an incoming call, tap
.
Rejecting Anonymous Calls
You can set the unit to reject calls when the unit
receives a call without phone number.
To reject anonymous calls, the Block Anonymous Call
setting must be enabled through Web user interface
programming (Page 100). For details, consult your
administrator or dealer.
Note
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If the unit is connected to a Panasonic
KX-NS1000 PBX, you cannot reject an
incoming call.
Rejected phone numbers will not be stored in
the incoming call log.
Depending on the line an incoming call is
arriving on, the call may not be rejected.
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Rejecting Specific Calls
You can set the unit to reject specific phone numbers.
Note
•
Rejected phone numbers will not be stored in
the incoming call log.
Holding a Call
1. On the [Current] tab, tap [Hold].
Note
•
Adding a phone number
You can store a maximum of 30 phone numbers you
want to reject in the rejection list of the unit.
1. On the Phone screen, press
.
2. Tap [Call Block setting].
3. Enter the phone number (max. 32 characters).
4. Tap [OK].
Note
•
To register additional telephone numbers,
repeat the procedure from step 3.
Adding a phone number from the incoming call
log
You can add a phone number by referring to the
incoming call log.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Call Log].
2. Select the [Incoming Call] tab or the [Missed
Call] tab.
3. Tap the phone number you want to reject calls from.
4. Tap [Add to Call Block list].
•
When a call has been left on hold for a certain
length of time, the [Recall] window is displayed
and you will hear the recall tone.
If Automatic Call Hold is enabled through
configuration file programming, simply tapping
a flexible button assigned as a DN button
(Page 92) will put the call on hold. For details,
contact your administrator or dealer.
Retrieving a Call on Hold
1. On the [Hold] tab, select the call you want to
retrieve.
2. Tap [Retrieve].
Note
•
•
The number of calls on hold is displayed on the
[Hold] tab.
In the [Hold] tab, calls on hold are displayed
from the top in the order of oldest to newest.
Calls on hold waiting to be transferred or for a
conference to start are displayed at the top of
the list.
Editing a stored phone number
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the Phone screen, press
.
Tap [Call Block setting].
Select the phone number you want to edit.
After you enter the phone number, tap [OK].
Deleting a stored phone number
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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On the Phone screen, press
.
Tap [Call Block setting].
Select the phone number you want to delete.
Clear the displayed number.
Tap [OK].
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Transferring a Call
Transferring after the Destination
Answers
1. During a call, tap [Transfer] on the [Current] tab.
2. Call the party to whom you want to transfer the call.
3. When the destination party answers, tap [Transfer
Complete].
Note
•
•
•
•
•
•
For details about making a call, see page 51.
In step 1, instead of tapping [Transfer], you can
tap a flexible button assigned as a BLF button
to call the transfer destination.
If On-hook Transfer is enabled at your unit, you
can simply go on-hook in step 3 instead of
tapping [Transfer Complete]. For details,
consult your administrator or dealer.
In step 3, instead of tapping [Transfer
Complete], you can tap [Swap] to put the
transfer destination on hold and talk to the party
you are transferring. Tapping [Swap] again
returns you to the transfer destination.
If the transfer destination does not answer,
either tapping [Transfer Cancel] or tapping the
DN flexible button for the call on hold (flashing
green slowly) returns you to the original call.
In step 3, the call will still be transferred even if
you go on-hook before the transfer destination
answers.
Transferring without Waiting for a
Response from the Destination
(Blind Transfer)
*1
You can transfer a call to the transfer destination
directly, without waiting a response from the
destination.
1. During a call, tap [Blind Transfer] on the
[Current] tab.
2. Enter the transfer destination’s phone number, and
.
then press
3. Go on-hook.
Note
•
•
*1
For details about making a call, see page 51.
In step 2, tapping [Transfer Cancel] before
returns you to the original
pressing
call.
If the unit is connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX, you
cannot transfer a call.
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Three-party Conference
Call
During a two-party call, you can add a third party and
establish a conference call.
1. During a call, tap [Conference] on the [Current]
tab.
2. Call the party you want to add to the call.
3. When the third party answers, tap [Start
Conference], and the three-party conference
begins.
Note
•
•
•
For details about making a call, see page 51.
If party you are adding to the call does not
answer, tapping the DN flexible button of the call
on hold (flashing green slowly) returns you to
the two-party call.
If the unit is connected to a Panasonic
KX-NS1000 PBX, you can add one or more
parties to your three-party conference call. For
details, refer to the documentation of the
KX-NS1000.
Removing a Party from the
Conference
To hold one party and talk with the other
You can put one of the parties on hold and establish a
two-party call with the other party. It is also possible to
return to the three-party conference.
1. During a three-party conference call, select the
party you want to put on hold on the [Current] tab.
2. Tap [Hold].
Note
•
•
•
You can return to the three-party conference by
tapping [Start Conference] after step 2.
If you tap [Hold] without selecting a party, both
of them are put on hold.
If the unit is connected to a Panasonic
KX-NS1000 PBX, you cannot remove a party
from the conference.
To disconnect one party and continue talking
with the other
You can remove one of the parties from the conference
and return to a two-party call.
1. During a three-party conference call, select the
party you want to remove on the [Current] tab.
2. Tap [Disconnect].
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Phone
Ending a Conference Call
1. Go on-hook.
Mute
During a call, you can mute the microphone so that the
other party cannot hear you. You will still be able to hear
the other party, but they cannot hear you.
The unit’s microphone, the handset, and a connected
headset will all be muted.
1. Press
.
Note
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Pressing
again cancels mute.
While mute is active, the light on
flashes red.
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Checking Voice
Messages
When you have unheard voice messages, the
[Message] icon appears as
on the Phone screen.
Also, the Message/Ringer lamp lights red.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Message].
2. Follow the voice guidance.
Note
•
•
•
To use this feature, the voice mail access
number must be enabled through configuration
file programming. For details, contact your
administrator or dealer.
If you are required to enter a password to listen
to your voice messages, use the dial keys to
enter the password. Tap [Dial] to display the
dial keys, and then enter your password
(Page 35).
If multiple lines are configured on your unit,
select the line on which you want to check voice
messages after step 1.
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Contacts
Contacts
– If the unit is connected to a Panasonic
The Contact screen is displayed when you tap
–
[Contacts] on the Phone screen or tap
–
on the
Home screen.
–
Adding Contacts
Adding a New Contact
You can register multiple phone numbers and e-mail
addresses to a single contact.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
.
2. Tap
3. Enter information as necessary.
Photo
Tap
to add a photo stored on an SD card.
The file formats that can be used are JPEG,
BMP, GIF, and PNG.
First and Last Name
to add a
Add a first and last name. Tap
name prefix, a middle name, a phonetic name,
etc.
Phone
to add multiple
Add a phone number. Tap
phone numbers.
Email
to add multiple
Add an e-mail address. Tap
e-mail addresses.
Postal address
Tap
to add an address.
Organization
to add departmental information.
Tap
More
to add a note, nickname, or a network
Tap
camera or web site to the contact.
4. When you finish entering information, tap [Done].
Note
•
•
•
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For details about entering text, see page 25.
Tap
to delete the selected editable item.
If you synchronise your contacts with a Google
account (Page 129), note the following:
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KX-NS1000 PBX, the synchronisation is not
available.
Photos in your contacts are not
synchronised.
Contacts with the same name on your unit
and in your Google account are
automatically joined.
Existing contacts and any contacts you add
will be added to the Google account.
Designating a Default Phone
Number or E-mail Address
When multiple phone numbers or e-mail addresses
have been added to a contact, a frequently used phone
number or e-mail address can be designated for use
with the "quick contact" feature to quickly contact
another party.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. On the Contact screen, tap the name of the contact.
3. Touch and hold the phone number or e-mail
address to be used as the default.
4. Tap [Make default number].
Note
•
For making calls using "quick contact", see
page 51.
Deleting the Default Designation for
a Phone Number or E-mail Address
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
On the Contact screen, tap the name of the contact.
Press
.
Tap [Edit contact].
Press
.
Tap [Clear Default].
Setting Favourites
By setting a contact as a favourite, you can easily
access that contact’s information.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. Tap the name of the contact you want to set as a
favourite.
3. Tap
.
Note
•
Tapping [Favorite] on the Contact screen will
display the contacts registered as favourites
(Page 41).
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Contacts
Adding a Contact from the Call
Log
Note
You can add contacts from phone numbers recorded in
the call log.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Call Log].
2. Select the [Outgoing Call] tab, the [Incoming
Call] tab, or the [Missed Call] tab.
3. Tap the record with the phone number you want to
add.
4. Tap [Create new contact].
5. Enter information as necessary.
6. When you finish entering information, tap [Done].
Integrating Doorphone/Contact
Note
•
For details about the entry items, see page 58.
Adding a Phone Number to an
Existing Contact
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Call Log].
2. Select the [Outgoing Call] tab, the [Incoming
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Call] tab, or the [Missed Call] tab.
Tap the call record with the number you want to add.
Tap [Add to contacts].
Select the contact to add the phone number to.
Enter information as necessary.
When you finish entering information, tap [Done].
Note
•
•
For details about entering text, see page 25.
If you want to relate the doorphone number stored in
contact with network camera, use the Doorphone
contact type for doorphone in addition to adding a
network camera information to a contact.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. On the Contacts screen, tap the contact you want
to add a network camera to.
.
3. Press
4. Tap [Edit contact].
5. Tap the label of phone number.
6. Change the label of phone number to
[Doorphone].
7. Enter doorphone number (2 digits).
8. When you finish entering information, tap [Done].
Note
•
•
•
•
•
If you enter only 1 digit in DOORPHONE
Number, a 0 is added to the beginning of the
number automatically. For example, "5" is
changed to "05".
Valid doorphone numbers vary according to the
connected PBX.
This function is available only if the unit is
connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX.
For details about the entry items, see page 58.
For details about entering text, see page 25.
For details about the entry items, see page 58.
Adding Network Camera
Information to a Contact
A network camera that has been configured to connect
to this unit can be added to a contact’s information. The
video feed of a registered network camera can be
viewed during a conversation.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. On the Contacts screen, tap the contact you want
to add a network camera to.
.
3. Press
4. Tap [Edit contact].
5. Tap
6. Tap
in [More].
next to the [Network camera/Website].
7. Tap
.
8. Select a network camera.
9. When you finish entering information, tap [Done].
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Contacts
Editing a Contact
Deleting a Contact
You can edit the information registered to a contact.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. Tap the name of the contact you want to edit.
3. Press
.
Deleting One Contact
4. Tap [Edit contact].
5. When you finish entering information, tap [Done].
Note
•
For details about entering text, see Page 25.
You can delete a contact.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. Tap the name of the contact you want to delete.
3. Press
.
4. Tap [Delete contact].
5. On the confirmation window, tap [OK].
Note
•
If Google account synchronisation is enabled,
deleting contacts on the unit also deletes them
from your Google account.
Deleting All Contacts
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
.
Press
Tap [Delete all].
Tap [OK].
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If Google account synchronisation is enabled,
deleting contacts on the unit also deletes them
from your Google account.
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Contacts
Searching for a Contact
You can search for a contact within your registered
contacts.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. Tap
, and enter the name of the
contact you are searching for.
3. Tap one of the search results.
Note
•
•
•
•
Each time you enter a letter, the search results
list is refreshed.
The search is not case-sensitive.
You can also enter an e-mail address to search
among registered e-mail addresses.
For details about entering text, see page 25.
Changing How Contacts
are Displayed
You can change how contacts are displayed in the
contact list.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. Press
.
3. Tap [Display options].
4. Select the display method.
Only contacts with phones
Display only contacts to whom a telephone number
is registered.
Sort list by
Sort the list by first name (First name) or last name
(Last name).
View contact names as
Select whether to display contacts’ first name first
(First name first) or their last name first (Last
name first).
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Contacts
Joining/Separating
Contacts
You can join the information of two separate contacts
into a single contact, and you can separate joined
contacts.
Joining Contacts
Saving/Loading Contact
Information to/from an
SD Card
You can save (export) contact information to an SD card
or load (import) contact information from an SD card.
Notice
•
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. Tap the name of one of the contacts you want to
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
join.
Press
Note
.
Tap [Join].
Select the other contact you want to join with the
first.
8. Tap [Done].
Note
When you load contact information from the SD
card, if the name used already exists as a
registered contact, the contacts will be
automatically joined.
Separating a Contact
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
•
Tap [Edit contact].
Press
.
•
While contacts are being imported or exported,
you cannot make or receive calls.
On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
Tap the name of the contact you want to separate.
Press
.
Tap [Edit contact].
Press
.
Tap [Separate].
Tap [OK].
For details about using an SD card, see
page 127.
Save Format for Contact Data
The contact data that is saved to an SD card, or can be
loaded, is in the vCard™ format (file extension: .vcf).
The vCard standard is defined by the IMC (Internet Mail
Consortium). For details on the vCard standard refer to
the following web site.
http://www.imc.org/
Data in this format can be sent as an e-mail attachment
using the contact sharing feature.
vCard format example (for one contact)
BEGIN:VCARD
VERSION:2.1
N:White;Andy;;;
FN:Andy White
TEL;HOME;FAX:0000000000
EMAIL;HOME:[email protected]
URL:http//www.matu.net/
URL:http//www.matu.or.jp
SOUND;X-RINGTONE;NUM:1
END:VCARD
Notice
•
When editing vCard files on your computer
using a text editor, be sure to save the file using
the UTF-8 character encoding.
Saving to an SD Card
1.
2.
3.
4.
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On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
On the Contacts screen, press
.
Tap [Import/Export].
Tap [Export to SD card].
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5. On the [Confirm export] screen, tap [OK].
Note
•
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the Contacts
screen.
You can send contact information as an e-mail
attachment.
Loading from an SD Card
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
On the Contacts screen, press
.
Tap [Import/Export].
Tap [Import from SD card].
On the [Confirm import] screen, select whether to
back up the data.
6. Tap [OK].
7. On the [Select vCard file] screen, select an import
type.
Import one vCard file
Import one specified file.
Import multiple vCard files
Select multiple files and import them.
Import all vCard files
Import all files.
8. Tap [OK].
9. On the [Select vCard file] screen, select the files
to import.
10. Tap [OK].
Note
•
•
•
•
•
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the Contact
screen.
If [Import all vCard files] is selected in step 7,
steps 9 and 10 are omitted.
If there is only 1 file on the SD card, steps 7
through 10 are omitted.
If you have registered a Google account, any
contacts you import from an SD card are
automatically added to your Google account.
For details about registering a Google account,
see page 129.
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Sending Contact
Information as an E-mail
Attachment
Notice
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If an e-mail account has not been set up, first
start the Email application and set up an e-mail
account (Page 82).
Sending all contact information as an e-mail
attachment
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
.
2. Press
3. Tap [Import/Export].
4. Tap [Share visible contacts].
5. When the Email application has started, enter the
recipient’s address, a subject, and a message.
6. Tap [Send].
Note
•
For details about entering text, see page 25.
Sending one contact’s information as an e-mail
attachment
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. Tap the contact whose information you want to
send.
.
3. Press
4. Tap [Share].
5. When the Email application has started, enter the
recipient’s address, a subject, and a message.
6. Tap [Send].
Note
•
For details about entering text, see page 25.
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Contacts
Assigning Ringtones to
Specific Contacts
You can assign different ringtones to specific contacts.
1. On the Phone screen, tap [Contacts].
2. On the Contacts screen, tap the name of the contact
to which you want to assign a ringtone.
3. Press
.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Tap [Options].
Tap [Ringtone].
Select a ringtone on the [Ringtone] screen.
Tap [OK].
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If you specify a ringtone that is stored on an SD
card and the SD card is removed, ringtone 1 will
be used in place of the specified ringtone. When
the SD card is re-inserted, the previously
specified ringtone will be used.
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Network Camera
On the Home screen, tap
to start Network Camera
Viewer.
For up-to-date information about network cameras
that have been tested with this unit, refer to the
following web site:
http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/sipphone
Note
•
•
To view a network camera’s video feed from this
unit, the network camera must be configured to
use H.264 as its video codec.
Depending on the camera model, some
operations may not be available.
Paging No.
Enter the phone number associated with the
camera (max. 32 characters).
Position of image
Specify the crop area for the image displayed in
Network Camera Viewer. This unit supports
VGA and 720p. If the network camera’s video
feed is currently being received,
indicates the current resolution (VGA or 720p).
Stream
If the camera is configured to output multiple
streams, select which stream from the video
camera to view (Stream 1/Stream 2). For
details, refer to your camera’s documentation.
*1
Required item.
6. When you have finished entering the necessary
items, tap [OK].
Note
Registering a Network
Camera
You can register up to 16 network cameras connected
to the network.
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
2. In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
3. Tap [Camera Registration].
4. In the [Camera Registration] list, tap the number
•
•
•
•
If a network camera is registered to a contact,
you can view the video feed from the network
camera while you are on a call with that contact
(Page 59).
In the [Camera Registration] list, a check mark
is displayed on numbers to which a camera is
already registered. The camera’s name is also
displayed, if one was specified.
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the [Camera
Registration] list.
For details about entering text, see page 25.
of the entry you want to register the camera in.
5. Enter the necessary information.
Camera Name
Specify the camera’s name. You can enter up
to 20 characters.
Camera Address*1
Enter the camera’s IP address or FQDN (Fully
Qualified Domain Name).
Port No.*1
Enter the network camera’s port number (1 to
65535).
The factory default value is 80.
User ID
Enter the user name to use when connecting to
the network camera (max. 32 alpha-numeric
characters).
Password
Enter the password to use when connecting to
the network camera (max. 32 alpha-numeric
characters).
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Network Camera
Selecting a Network
Camera
Controlling a Network
Camera
1. On the Home screen, tap
Changing the View Area
2.
3.
4.
5.
.
In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
Tap [Camera Select].
Tap a camera’s name in the [Camera Select] list.
Tap [Close].
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
2. Swipe across the network camera’s video-feed
display.
Note
•
•
If a name is not specified for a camera, a
number is displayed in the [Camera
Registration] list instead (e.g., Camera 1).
The next time you start Network Camera
Viewer, the video feed of the camera that was
selected the previous time is displayed.
Note
•
If you swipe quickly, the view may continue to
move even after you release your finger.
Zooming In and Out
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
2. In Network Camera Viewer, tap
(zoom in) or
(zoom out).
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Centring the View on a Tap
Opening Doors
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
2. Tap the display where you want to centre the view.
If you are on a call with a doorphone connecting to a
doorphone camera, you can open the door from the
KX-UT670.
1. On the Network Camera Viewer, tap
.
Note
•
This function is available only if the unit is
connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX.
Returning the View to Home Position
(set in the camera)
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
2. In Network Camera Viewer, tap
.
Note
•
The zoom and brightness settings are also
returned to their "home" settings.
Integrating Doorphone/Contact
If a camera is connected to a doorphone or registered
to a contact in the contact list, the feed from that camera
is automatically displayed when you receive a call from
or make a call to that doorphone or contact. For details
about registering cameras to contacts, see "Adding
Network Camera Information to a Contact (Page 59)".
Note
•
This function is available only if the unit is
connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX.
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Network Camera
Calling a Phone Number
Associated with a
Camera
Switching Automatically
among Multiple Cameras
You can call a phone number that is associated with a
network camera, called a paging number. The number
is dialled from Network Camera Viewer while the
camera’s video feed is being displayed. The Phone
screen is not displayed.
1. On the Home screen, tap
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
.
2. In Network Camera Viewer, tap
3. When you hear the confirmation tone, or the other
party answers, begin speaking.
4. To end the call, press
You can have the unit cycle through the registered
network cameras and display each video feed in turn.
2.
3.
4.
5.
In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
Tap [Camera Select].
In the [Camera Select] list, tap [Sequential].
Tap [Close].
Note
•
.
Note
•
.
•
For details about registering a paging number,
see page 65.
•
When automatic switching begins, the currently
selected network camera’s video feed is
displayed first, and then video feeds are
displayed in the order in which cameras are
listed in the [Camera Select] list.
Selecting a network camera in the [Camera
Select] list ends automatic switching.
If you touch the display, automatic switching will
temporarily stop on the current video feed. To
resume switching, tap [Sequential] again.
While switching is temporarily stopped, doing
other operations such as selecting a network
camera ends automatic switching.
Setting the Switching Interval
You can change the length of time video feeds are
displayed before being switched.
1. On the Home screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
.
In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
Tap [Camera Select].
Press
.
Tap [Sequential Interval].
Tap the desired length of time.
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If automatic switching is already enabled, you
can skip step 4.
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Using Network Camera
Presets
Editing a Preset’s Name
1. On the Home screen, tap
You can select a viewing position that has been
registered in the network camera’s settings beforehand.
These are called "presets".
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
.
2. In Network Camera Viewer, press
3. Tap [Preset].
4. After you tap [Preset], select the camera position
you want to view.
5. Tap [Close].
•
•
2. In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
3. Tap [Preset].
4. In the [Preset] list, touch and hold the preset whose
name you want to edit.
5. Tap [Edit Preset Name].
6. Edit the preset’s name as necessary, and then tap
[OK].
Note
•
Note
•
You can view all the registered presets by
scrolling the list up and down.
Tapping [Favorite] in step 4 displays the
presets registered as favourites.
.
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the [Preset]
screen.
For details about entering text, see page 25.
Deleting a Preset’s Name that You
Edited
1. On the Home screen, tap
Adding a Preset to Your
Favourites
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
2. In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
3. Tap [Preset].
4. In the [Preset] list, touch and hold the preset whose
name you want to delete.
.
2. In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
3. Tap [Preset].
4. In the [Preset] list, touch and hold the preset you
want to add to your favourites.
5. Tap [Delete Preset Name].
Note
•
•
5. Tap [Add to Favorites].
Deleting a preset’s name returns it to its default
value (Preset).
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the [Preset]
screen.
Note
•
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the [Preset]
list.
Deleting from Your Favourites
1. On the Home screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
.
In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
Tap [Preset].
In the [Preset] list, tap [Favorite].
Touch and hold the preset you want to delete from
your favourites.
6. Tap [Remove From Favorites].
Note
•
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the [Preset]
screen.
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Network Camera
5. On the [Auto Mode] screen, tap [Preset
Configuring Display
Properties
Sequence].
Note
•
You can adjust the brightness of the network camera
and set up automatic mode.
Adjusting the Brightness of the
Picture
1. On the Home screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
Automatic Tracking
You can have the camera automatically follow a moving
object.
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
Tap [Camera Settings].
Tap [Brightness].
(brighter) or
(darker) to adjust the
Tap
brightness.
6. Tap [Close] to save the setting.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Tapping [Reset] in step 5 returns the setting to
the value specified in the camera’s settings.
Auto Pan
The camera can be set to pan horizontally (left–right)
over its entire viewing range repeatedly.
1. On the Home screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
.
In Network Camera Viewer, press
Note
•
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the [Camera
Settings] screen.
Cancelling Automatic Mode
.
In Network Camera Viewer, press
.
Tap [Camera Settings].
Tap [Auto Mode].
On the [Auto Mode] screen, tap [Off].
Note
•
•
Note
•
2.
3.
4.
5.
.
Tap [Camera Settings].
Tap [Auto Mode].
On the [Auto Mode] screen, tap [Auto Pan].
.
Tap [Camera Settings].
Tap [Auto Mode].
On the [Auto Mode] screen, tap [Auto Tracking].
1. On the Home screen, tap
Automatic Mode
.
In Network Camera Viewer, press
Note
•
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the [Camera
Settings] screen.
Changing the viewing direction in Network
Camera Viewer, such as by swiping or tapping
also cancels automatic mode.
If another user accesses the same network
camera and cancels automatic mode or
changes the viewing direction, automatic mode
will be cancelled for everyone.
Tapping [Cancel] returns you to the [Camera
Settings] screen.
Preset Sequence
You can have the camera cycle through and display
viewing positions registered as presets.
1. On the Home screen, tap
.
2. In Network Camera Viewer, press
3. Tap [Camera Settings].
4. Tap [Auto Mode].
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Receiving Alarms from
Network Cameras
•
When an alarm from a network camera (movement
detection, error, abnormality, etc.) is detected, this unit
can display the video feed from the camera that issued
the alarm.
•
Configuring an Alarm
Notification
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the Home screen, press
If you are viewing the video feed from a camera
when it issues an alarm, only a notification
alarm will sound.
Notifications on the Notification screen are
displayed in order, newest first. New
notifications from a network camera overwrite
previous notifications from that camera, so only
the most recent notification from any given
camera is displayed.
If an error occurs regarding the alarm port
number, such as a port number conflict,
is
displayed in the status bar. For details about the
alarm port setting, see page 126.
.
Disabling an Alarm Notification
Tap [Settings].
Tap [Network Camera].
Tap [Alarm notification].
Select a notification method:
Pop up live screen
A notification alarm will sound, and the video
feed from the camera that issued the alarm will
be displayed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
On the Home screen, press
.
Tap [Settings].
Tap [Network Camera].
Tap [Alarm notification].
Select [Off].
Tap [OK].
Pop up live screen or status bar notification
A notification alarm will sound, and then one of
the following will occur:
a. If you are viewing a video feed from any
camera, the camera name +
will be
displayed in the status bar.
b. Otherwise, the video feed from the camera
that issued the alarm will be displayed.
Status bar notification
A notification alarm will sound, the camera
name +
will be displayed in the status bar.
6. Tap [OK].
Note
•
•
•
To prevent the Network Camera Viewer from
switching too frequently between video feeds
when several alarms are issued in a short time
span, an alarm disarm time is set (default: 2
seconds). For details about the alarm disarm
time, see page 126.
The video feed that is displayed when an alarm
is detected is the current video feed, not the
feed from the time the alarm was issued.
The video feed displayed in Network Camera
Viewer when an alarm is issued does not
automatically close, even after some time has
passed.
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Built-in Applications
Built-in Applications
This unit comes with a number of built-in applications you can use.
Starting an Application
1. On the Application screen, tap the icon of the application you want to start.
Clock
The unit can be used as a desktop alarm clock.
Displaying the Date and Time
When you start the Clock application, the current date and time are displayed prominently.
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
Buttons and icons displayed on the Clock application’s main screen
Displays the alarm list
Displays the Gallery application (Page 86)
Displays the Music application (Page 88)
Returns to the Home screen
Dims the display. The display returns to its normal brightness at the next user action, such
as touching the screen or lifting the handset.
Note
•
On the Clock application’s main screen, the day and time of the next alarm, if any is set, is displayed
in the upper-left area. Tapping this displays the list of alarms.
Setting an Alarm
When an alarm is set,
is displayed in the status bar, and the alarm notification screen will be displayed
at the time specified.
Adding a new alarm
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Tap
.
3. Tap [Add alarm], and then specify the time for the alarm.
4. Tap [Set].
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5. Specify the alarm tone or other items as necessary.
6. Tap [Done].
Editing an alarm
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
Tap
.
.
Tap the alarm you want to edit.
Change the time, alarm tone or other items as necessary.
Tap [Done].
Turning an alarm on or off
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
.
2. Tap
3. Tap the icon next to the alarm you want to turn on or off.
•
: The alarm is off; tap this to turn it on.
•
: The alarm is on; tap this to turn it off.
Note
•
On the [Alarms] screen (displayed after tapping
), tapping
displays the Clock application’s
), tapping
displays the Clock application’s
main screen.
Deleting an Alarm
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
Tap
.
.
Tap the alarm you want to delete.
Tap [Delete].
Tap [OK].
Note
•
On the [Alarms] screen (displayed after tapping
main screen.
Stopping an Alarm
At the specified time, the alarm’s tone will sound and the alarm notification screen will be displayed.
1. On the alarm notification screen, tap [Dismiss].
Activating and Cancelling Snooze
Activating Snooze
When snooze is activated, the alarm will sound again after a specified length of time.
1. On the alarm notification screen, tap [Snooze].
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Cancelling Snooze
1. Tap the status bar.
2. On the notification screen, tap [Alarm (snoozed)].
Using Alarm Clock’s Menu
1. On the Application screen, tap
2. Tap
.
.
3. Press
.
You can configure the following settings:
Desk clock
Displays the clock over the entire display.
Add alarm
Add and set a new alarm.
Alarm volume
Set the alarm’s volume.
Snooze duration
Specify the length of time before the alarm sounds again when
you tap [Snooze] on the alarm notification screen.
Settings
Volume button
behavior
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Select the action that occurs when you press the volume keys
(
,
) while the alarm is sounding.
You can select [None], [Snooze], or [Dismiss].
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Browser
You can browse and view web pages.
Displaying a Web Page in Browser
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Tap the URL input box, and then enter a URL or some text to search the web for.
3. Tap [Go].
Note
•
If you entered search text in step 2, select the web page you want to view from the search results that
are displayed.
•
You can use
to enlarge (
) or shrink (
) the text on the screen.
is displayed at the bottom of the screen when you scroll.
•
For details about entering text, see page 25.
Using Bookmarks
Adding a Bookmark
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
On the Application screen, tap
.
Display the web page that you want to bookmark.
Press
.
Tap [Bookmarks].
Tap [Add].
Change the title of the bookmark as necessary, and then tap [OK].
Displaying a Web Page from the Bookmark List
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Press
.
3. Tap [Bookmarks].
4. Tap the web site you want to view.
Opening and Closing Windows
Opening a New Window
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. On the web page currently displayed in the browser, touch and hold a link to a page you want to view.
3. Tap [Open in new window].
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Closing a Window
1. While viewing a web page in the browser, press
2. Tap [Windows].
3. Tap
in the row of the window you want to close.
.
Setting the Home Page
You can set which web page is displayed when you open a new window.
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press
.
.
Tap [More].
Tap [Settings].
Tap [Set home page].
Enter the URL of the web page you want to set as the home page.
Tap [OK].
Going Back to the Previous Page
You can return to the web page you were viewing before the current web page.
1. While you are viewing a page in Browser, press
.
Note
•
, and then tap
To display the web page you were viewing before going back a page, press
[Forward].
Using Browser’s Menus
Using the Menu Displayed by Touching and Holding a Link
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. While viewing a page in Browser, touch and hold a link.
The following actions are available:
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Open
Open the link.
Open in new window
Open the link in a new window.
Bookmark link
Bookmark the web page pointed to by the link.
Save link
Save the contents of the music, URL, document, etc. that is
pointed to by the link to an SD card.
Share link*1
Send the URL pointed to by the link in an e-mail message.
Copy link URL
Copy the URL pointed to by the link.
Save image
Save the image pointed to by the link to an SD card. This
action is available only if the link points to an image file.
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Display the image pointed to by the link. This action is
available only if the link points to an image file.
View image
*1
This item is displayed only if an e-mail account is configured. (To configure an e-mail account, see page 82.)
Using the Menu Displayed by Pressing the Menu Button
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. While viewing a page in the web browser, press
.
The following actions are available:
New window
Display a new window.
Bookmarks
The bookmark screen is displayed where you can add new
bookmarks and display bookmarked pages.
Windows
Display a list of currently open windows.
Stop
Stop loading the web page. This action is available only while
a page is loading.
Refresh
Reload the information for the current web page. This action
is available only after a web page has finished loading.
Forward
Go forward one page when you are viewing a page displayed
by pressing
.
More
*1
Add bookmark
Add a bookmark for the current web page.
Find on page
Search for text within the current web page.
Select text
Select and copy text on the current web page.
Page info
Display information about the current web page.
Share page*1
Send the URL of the current web page in an e-mail message.
Downloads
View a list of files (images, music, URLs, documents, etc.)
you downloaded from web sites using the [Save link] or
[Save image] commands.
Settings
Configure settings such as text size and security.
This item is displayed only if an e-mail account is set up. (To set up an e-mail account, see page 82.)
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Calculator
You can use the calculator application to perform mathematic calculations.
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
Note
•
•
Touching and holding in the calculation field shows editing options such as [Select text], [Copy all],
and [Paste].
Tapping [CLEAR] deletes the character in front of the cursor.
Touching and holding [CLEAR] deletes the entire calculation.
Using Calculator’s Menu
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Press
.
The following actions are available:
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Clear history
Delete the calculation history.
Advanced panel
Switch from the basic arithmetic pad to the advanced function pad.
Basic panel
Switch from the advanced function pad to the basic arithmetic pad.
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Calendar
You can add and manage events.
Events that you have registered are displayed in the Schedule display on the Phone screen (Page 35). When
a notification set for an event is activated,
is displayed in the status bar.
Displaying Calendar
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Press
.
3. Tap [Day], [Week], [Month], or [Agenda] to change the view.
Note
•
•
•
Pressing
and then tapping [Today] allows you to quickly change the view to display today.
Tapping a day in Month view displays either Day view or Agenda view, depending on whichever was
displayed more recently.
If Google account synchronisation is enabled, tapping [More] ® [Calendars] after step 2 displays the
Google account you are synchronising with. You can switch whether to display and synchronise the
calendar by tapping the account:
Synchronise the calendar and display the synchronised calendar’s events.
Synchronise the calendar but do not display the synchronised calendar’s events.
Do not synchronise the calendar and do not display events from the Google
account’s calendar.
Adding an Event
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Press
.
.
Tap [More].
Tap [New event].
Enter a name, the date and time, the location, details, etc. for the event.
In [Reminders], select how long before the start of the event you want to be notified of the event.
Tap [Done].
Note
•
•
•
In step 6, tapping
allows you to add additional reminders.
For details about entering characters, see page 25.
If you synchronise your calendar with a Google account (Page 129), existing events and any events
you add will be added to the Google account.
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Checking an Event
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Press
.
3. Tap [Day], [Week], [Month] or [Agenda] to change the view.
4. Tap the event you want to check.
Editing an Event
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
.
.
Press
Tap [Day], [Week], [Month] or [Agenda] to change the view.
Tap the event you want to edit.
Press
.
Tap [Edit event].
Enter the new information as necessary, and then tap [Done].
Note
•
For details about entering text, see page 25.
Deleting an Event
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Tap
.
.
Tap [Day], [Week], [Month] or [Agenda] to change the view.
Tap the event you want to delete.
Tap
.
Tap [Delete event].
Tap [OK].
Note
•
If Google account synchronisation is enabled, deleting events on the unit also deletes them from the
Google account.
Cancelling a Notification/Activating Snooze
When a notification is set for an event,
is displayed in the status bar on the specified date and time.
Follow the procedure below to cancel the notification or to activate snooze.
1. Tap the status bar.
2. Tap the notification.
3. Tap either [Dismiss all] or [Snooze all].
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Dismiss all
Cancels the notifications of all events.
Snooze all
The notifications of all events will be reactivated after 5 minutes.
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Configuring Calendar’s Settings
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press
.
.
Tap [More].
Tap [Settings].
Configure the settings as necessary.
Select the notification method.
Alert: At the specified date and time,
Set alerts & notifications
is displayed in the status bar,
and the Notification screen is also displayed. If a notification ringtone is
set, it is played.
Status bar notification: At the specified date and time,
is displayed
in the status bar. If a notification ringtone is set, it is played.
Off: Notifications are not performed.
Select notification
sound
Default reminder time
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Select the ringtone to be played when a notification occurs.
Specify the number of minutes notifications should occur before the
beginning of an event.
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Email
You can compose e-mail messages. You can also attach photos to messages.
Setting Up an E-mail Account
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the Application screen, tap
.
Enter an e-mail address and its associated password.
Tap [Next].
Following the on-screen instructions, configure the settings.
Note
•
For details about entering text, see page 25.
Creating and Sending a New E-mail Message
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press
.
.
Tap [Compose].
Enter the recipient, subject, and body.
Tap [Send].
Note
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You can create an e-mail message from the Contacts screen. On the Contacts screen, select the
contact you want to send the e-mail to, and then tap the e-mail address. When the message
composition screen is displayed, follow steps 4 and 5 above. It is also possible to search for an e-mail
address using the contact search box (Page 61).
Entering the first few characters of an e-mail address in the recipient field displays e-mail addresses
registered in your contacts that match the entered text.
Tapping the icon next to the To, Cc, or Bcc fields lets you select an address from your contacts.
If you have configured multiple accounts and you want to send an e-mail from an account other than
your default account, select an account after step 1.
, and then tap [Add Cc/Bcc].
To add a Cc or Bcc field, in step 4 press
To attach a file, in step 4 press
, tap [Add attachment], and then select a file. The only
files you can attach are image files (JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP). Use the Music application to attach an
audio file (Page 89), and use Contacts to attach contact information (Page 63).
The maximum size of a file you can send or receive as an attachment is 5 MB.
Use only half-width alphanumeric characters in the file names of files you attach to e-mail messages.
Using other characters (such as full-width characters used in Japanese) may result in the file names
becoming garbled.
For details about entering text, see page 25.
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Do not attach copyright-protected graphic files to e-mail messages if you do not hold the copyrights to
those files.
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Reading E-mail
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Tap the e-mail message you want to read.
Note
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If you have configured multiple accounts, select an account after step 1.
To manually receive e-mail, tap [Load more messages].
You can tap
to mark a message as starred. You can view a list of starred messages by pressing
while viewing your inbox, and then tapping [Accounts] ® [Starred] (Page 84).
Using the Menu while Viewing a Message
While viewing an e-mail message, tapping
displays the following actions:
Delete
Move the current e-mail message to the trash.
Forward
Forward the current e-mail message.
Reply
Reply to the current e-mail message.
Reply all
Reply to the sender and all recipients of the current e-mail message other than
yourself.
Mark as unread
Mark the current e-mail message as unread.
Viewing an Attachment
.
1. On the Application screen, tap
2. Tap the e-mail message you want to read.
3. Tap [Open], located next to the attachment.
Saving an Attachment to an SD Card
You can save attachments in received messages to an SD card.
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Tap the e-mail message you want to read.
3. Tap [Save], located next to the attachment.
Note
•
When the file has been saved, the message [Attachment saved to SD card as "****.***".] is displayed.
Forwarding an E-mail Message
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the Application screen, tap
.
Tap the e-mail message you want to forward.
Press
, and then tap [Forward].
Enter the address you want to forward the message to.
Tap [Send].
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Note
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Attachments cannot be forwarded. When forwarding an e-mail message that has an attachment, first
save the attachment to an SD card, and then attach it in step 4 to the message you are forwarding.
(For details about saving an attachment to an SD card, see page 83. For details about attaching a file
to an e-mail message, see page 82.)
Displaying a List of Folders
You can display and view the contents of folders such as your inbox, sent messages, drafts, etc.
1. On the Application screen, tap
2. Press
3. Tap [Folders].
.
.
Note
•
If you have configured multiple accounts, you must select an account after step 1.
Deleting All Messages in the Trash
IMPORTANT
•
Deleting all messages from the trash permanently removes them from the unit. This action cannot be
undone.
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press
.
Tap [Folders].
Press
.
.
Tap [Empty trash].
Tap [OK].
Note
•
If you have configured multiple accounts, you must select an account after step 1.
Adding an Account
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Press
.
.
Tap [Accounts].
Press
.
Tap [Add account].
Enter an e-mail address and its associated password.
Tap [Next].
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Note
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If you have configured multiple accounts, steps 2 to 3 are unnecessary.
For details about entering text, see page 25.
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Deleting an Account
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Press
.
.
Tap [Accounts].
Touch and hold the account you want to delete.
Tap [Remove account].
Tap [OK].
Note
•
If you have configured multiple accounts, steps 2 to 3 are unnecessary.
Changing Account Settings
1. On the Application screen, tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press
.
.
Tap [Accounts].
Touch and hold the account you want to change.
Tap [Account settings].
You can change the following settings:
Account name
Change the account name.
Your name
Change the sender name.
Signature
Enter some text to append to the end of e-mail messages, such as your
name.
Email check frequency
Specify whether to automatically check for new messages. Also, if you
enable automatic checking, specify the frequency at which to check.
Default account
Set this account as the preferred account.
Email notifications
Select whether to display a notification in the status bar when a new
message arrives.
Select ringtone
If you enabled [Email notifications], select the ringtone to play when a
new message arrives. This ringtone has a higher precedence than the one
specified for [Notification ringtone] (Page 118).
Incoming settings
Configure the incoming mail server settings.
Outgoing settings
Configure the outgoing mail server settings.
Note
•
If you have configured multiple accounts, steps 2 to 3 are unnecessary.
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Gallery
You can display and edit (rotate, crop, delete) images saved on an SD card.
Displaying an Image
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Select an image folder.
3. Tap the image you want to view.
Icons Displayed while Viewing an Image
You can perform the following operations by using the icons that are displayed while you are viewing an image.
Delete the current image.
Display the previous image in the image folder.
Display the next image in the image folder.
Zoom in on (
) and out of (
) the current image.
Viewing Images as a Slideshow
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Touch and hold the folder that contains the images you want to view as a slideshow.
3. Tap [Slideshow].
Note
•
Tapping the display during a slideshow ends the slideshow.
Deleting an Image
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•
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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Deleted images cannot be restored from the trash.
On the Application screen, tap
.
Select an image folder.
Tap the image you want to delete.
Tap
.
Tap [OK].
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Using Gallery’s Menu
When you press
while viewing an image, the following actions are available.
Image Folder View
Settings
Configure various settings, such as the display size for thumbnail
images and slideshow settings.
Thumbnail View
Slideshow
Play a slideshow.
Multiselect
Select multiple images, which you can then delete.
Settings
Configure various settings, such as the display size for thumbnail
images and slideshow settings.
Single Image View
Rotate
Rotate the current image to the right or to the left.
Delete
Delete the current image.
Crop
Crop the current image.
Details
Display details about the current image.
Slideshow
Begin a slideshow starting with the current image.
Settings
Configure various settings, such as the display size for thumbnail
images and slideshow settings.
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Music
You can play music that was attached to an e-mail message or is saved on an SD card.
Playing Music
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Select the [Artists], [Albums], [Songs], or [Playlists] tab.
3. Select an item as necessary, and then tap the song you want to play.
Note
•
•
If you receive or make a call while music is playing, the music will stop automatically.
If you start playing music during a call, normally the other party will not be able to hear it. However, if
the playback volume is loud, sound from the speaker can be picked up by the microphone, and the
other party may be able to hear the music.
Icons Displayed while Playing Music
You can perform the following operations by using the icons that are displayed while you are playing music.
Display the songs in the current playback list.
Shuffle the songs in the current playback list.
Loop playback. Tapping this button cycles through the loop modes as follows:
[Repeating all songs.] ® [Repeating current song.] ® [Repeat is off.]
Skip to the previous song in the playback list. This button will also return you to the
start of the current song.
Pause the current song.
When a song is paused, tapping
resumes playing it.
Skip to the next song in the playback list.
Pausing the Current Song
If you are viewing another screen while playing music, you can pause the music from the status bar.
1. Tap the status bar.
2. Tap the song on the notification screen.
3. Tap
.
Making a Playlist
You can organise songs you like by creating playlists.
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Select the [Artists], [Albums], [Songs], [Playlists], or [Now playing] tab.
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3. Select an item as necessary, and then touch and hold a song you want to add to a playlist.
4. Tap [Add to playlist].
5. Select the playlist you want to add the song to.
Note
•
If you select [New] in step 5, enter a name for the playlist.
Editing a Playlist
1. On the Application screen, tap
.
2. Tap the [Playlists] tab.
3. Touch and hold the playlist you want to edit.
The following actions are available:
Play
Begin playing the selected playlist.
Delete
Delete the selected playlist.
Rename
Change the name of the selected playlist.
Edit
Set the period for which items are displayed in [Recently added].
Note
•
If the only available playlist is [Recently added], then some actions will not be available.
Search for Related Content in Browser
A search will be performed in Browser based on the selected song’s artist, album, and title.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
On the Application screen, tap
.
Select the [Artists], [Albums], [Songs], [Playlists], or [Now playing] tab.
Touch and hold a song title or item as necessary.
Tap [Search].
Tap [Browser].
Note
•
If you selected [Now playing] in step 2, step 4 is omitted.
Using the Music Application’s Menu
.
1. On the Application screen, tap
2. Select the [Artists], [Albums], [Songs], [Playlists], or [Now playing] tab.
3. Press
.
The following actions are available:
Play all
Play the songs in the selected list.
Party shuffle
A list will be created from the songs on the SD card, and the songs will be
played in a random order. You may change the order of songs, and add
and remove songs as you like.
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Shuffle all
Play through all the songs on the SD card in a random order.
Library
Display the screen that was displayed before you started playing music.
Add to playlist
Add the selected song to a playlist.
Set to ringtone list
Add the selected song as a selection for incoming ringtones (Page 99).
Delete
Delete the selected song.
Share
Send the currently playing song as an attachment to an e-mail message.
Note
•
•
Depending on the selected tab, some actions may not be available.
While playing a party shuffle, tapping
on the [Now playing] tab lets you change the order of
songs in the list, remove songs, etc.
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Do not attach copyright-protected music files to e-mail messages if you do not hold the copyrights to
those files.
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Advanced Settings
Forward/Do Not Disturb
Enabling Do Not Disturb (DND) prevents incoming calls
from ringing at your unit when you are away from your
seat or otherwise unavailable to answer calls.
Forwarding allows you to have incoming calls
forwarded to a specified destination when you are away
from your seat.
1. Tap the status bar.
2. Tap [Forward/DND].
3. Select the setting to configure.
Not set*1
Not forward any calls.
All
•
•
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Call Block, Block Anonymous Call
All
Do Not Disturb
Busy
No Answer
You cannot enable FWD/DND on a shared line.
If the unit is connected to a Panasonic
KX-NS1000 PBX, you can select only one of the
settings ("Not set", "All", "Busy", "No Answer",
"Busy/No answer", "Do Not Disturb").
Cancelling FWD/DND
1.
2.
3.
4.
Tap the status bar.
Tap [Forward/DND].
Deselect the check box.
Tap [OK].
Forward all calls.
If you select this setting, you must also specify
the number to forward calls to.
Busy
Forward calls that arrive while you are on a call.
If you enable this setting, you must also specify
the number to forward calls to.
No Answer
Forward calls after you do not answer for a
specified length of time.
If you enable this setting, you must also specify
the number to forward calls to and the number
of times the unit rings before the call is
forwarded.
Busy/No answer*1
All calls are forwarded when you do not answer
within a specified time period or when your
extension is busy.
Do Not Disturb
Prevent calls from ringing at your unit.
4. When you have finished, tap [OK].
*1
If the unit is connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX, this
setting is available.
Note
•
•
•
FWD/DND can be enabled only when the unit
is idle or during pre-dialling.
If multiple lines are configured on your unit,
select the tab of the line to configure after step
2.
You can enable multiple settings
simultaneously.
If multiple settings are enabled, the priority of
the settings is as follows:
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Automatic Answer
Enabling Automatic Answer allows you to answer calls
without having to manually go off-hook. This feature is
useful when you use a headset.
1. Tap the status bar.
2. Tap [Auto Answer].
3. Tap [Enable].
Note
•
•
Automatic Answer can be enabled only when
the unit is idle or during pre-dialling.
With Automatic Answer enabled, the unit will
automatically answer calls only while it is idle or
during pre-dialling.
Cancelling Automatic Answer
1. Tap the status bar.
2. Tap [Auto Answer].
3. Tap [Disable].
Customising Flexible
Buttons
You can assign applications or telephone functions you
frequently use to flexible buttons.
Doing so allows you to access these items with one
touch and avoid multi-step procedures.
You can assign the following items to flexible buttons:
Phone function*1
Assign functions for making and handling phone
calls to the flexible button. For details about the
different types of phone functions, see page 93.
Applications
Assign an application to a flexible button.
Tapping the flexible button will start the specified
application.
Bookmark
Assign a web page’s URL to the flexible button.
Tapping the flexible button will start Browser and
then load the page at the specified URL.
Network Cameras
Assign a network camera to a flexible button.
Tapping the flexible button allows you to view the
video feed from the specified network camera.
*1
If the unit is connected to a Panasonic KX-NS1000 PBX, "Phone
function" settings cannot be made through Flexible Button
Configuration Mode. Refer to the documentation of the
KX-NS1000 for information about programming "Phone
function" settings.
Note
•
•
Some flexible buttons may already have phone
functions assigned to them through
configuration file programming. These buttons
cannot be modified. For details, consult your
administrator or dealer.
If a phone function is assigned through
configuration file programming to a button to
which an application, bookmark, or network
camera had previously been assigned, the
phone function will override the previous
setting. For details, consult your administrator
or dealer.
Assigning a Function to a Flexible
Button
1. On the Phone screen, tap .
2. Press
.
3. Tap [Start Flexible Button Configuration Mode].
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4. Tap the desired key.
5. On the [Select] screen, select the function you want
to assign.
6. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Note
•
•
•
During steps 4 to 6, if you do not perform any
operations for 1 minute the unit returns to
full-screen display.
The name and icon of the flexible button will
change according to the function assigned to it.
For details about entering text, see page 25.
Removing the Function Assigned to
a Flexible Button
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the Phone screen, tap
Press
Tap [Start Flexible Button Configuration Mode].
Tap the flexible button whose function you want to
remove.
5. On the [Select] screen, tap [Clear].
Note
•
Off
Idle
Green (steady on)
Dialling/On a call
Green (flashing
rapidly)
Incoming call
Green (flashing slowly)
Call on hold
Red (steady on)
For a shared line, in
use or has a call on
private hold by another
unit
Red (flashing slowly)
For a shared line, has a
call on hold by another
unit
.
.
During steps 4 to 5, if you do not perform any
operations for 1 minute, the unit will return to
full-screen display.
Line Status
Colour (State)
Parameter
• Ringtone: Select the ringtone to play when a
call arrives at this button. If a ringtone is already
specified for the line through phone settings
(Page 117), this option is unavailable.
• Phone Number: If multiple lines are configured
on your unit, select the line to associate this DN
button with. If only one line is configured, this
setting is unavailable. For details, consult your
administrator or dealer.
Note
•
Phone Function Types
The following phone functions can be assigned to
flexible buttons.
When assigning a phone function, you must specify the
following three settings:
Type
The type of phone function to assign to the flexible
button (DN, One-touch, Headset, BLF).
Parameter
Specify the settings necessary for the type of phone
function.
If a call is on private hold (red, steady on),
the call cannot be retrieved except from the
unit that put the call on hold.
One-Touch
Dials the number assigned to the button.
Parameter
Enter the number to dial when this button is tapped
(max. 32 characters).
Headset
Switches headset mode on or off.
Label name
Enter the label to display on the flexible button.
Headset Mode
Colour (State)
DN
Off
Off
Seizes the line assigned to the key, and also shows the
status of the line.
Tapping a flexible button set as a DN (Directory
Number) button answers calls arriving at that button,
retrieves calls held at that button, etc.
Red (steady on)
On
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BLF
Shows the status of another local phone’s line. You can
use a flexible button set as a BLF (Busy Lamp Field)
button to call or transfer a call to the phone assigned to
the button.
When a call arrives at the phone assigned to a BLF
button, tapping the button allows you to answer the call
instead of the original recipient. (This feature requires
the Direct Call Pickup setting to be specified. For
details, consult your administrator or dealer.)
Line Status
Colour (State)
Off
Idle
Red (steady on)
On a call
Red (flashing)
Incoming call
Parameter
Enter the number of the local phone to monitor
(max. 32 characters).
Using a Headset
To use a headset, you must enable headset mode.
Enabling Headset Mode
1. Tap the status bar.
2. Tap [Headset mode].
3. Tap [On].
Note
•
•
You can also use a flexible button set as a
headset button to switch [Headset mode]. For
details about configuring flexible buttons, see
page 92.
For details about connecting a headset, see
page 105.
Disabling Headset Mode
1. Tap the status bar.
2. Tap [Headset mode].
3. Tap [Off].
Making a Call Using a Headset
1. Press
.
2. Enter a phone number.
3. To end the call, press
.
Receiving a Call Using a Headset
1. Press
.
2. To end the call, press
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Activating the Screen
Lock
When you activate the screen lock, you can lock access
to normal phone functions and to applications. This
feature is useful for preventing unwanted use of the unit
while you are away from your seat.
Phone numbers set beforehand as emergency
numbers can still be dialled, and calls can still be
received.
Notice
•
If an unlock pattern, PIN, or password has not
been set, the screen lock cannot be activated,
so be sure to set one beforehand (Page 119).
1. Tap [Screen lock now] in the application dock.
• The screen lock will be activated and the screen
saver will start.
Note
•
To dial an emergency number, see page 52.
Unlocking the Screen Lock
1. Touch the display or key sheet, or press an
alphanumeric or symbol key on an attached USB
keyboard.
Or, lift the handset off its cradle.
2. Trace the unlock pattern, enter the PIN, or enter the
password.
Note
•
•
•
The lock is activated according to the method
you selected for [Set up screen lock] in the
[Security] settings (Page 119).
If you selected [Pattern] in the lock settings,
trace the unlock pattern in a single stroke
without lifting your finger off the display.
If the unlock pattern, PIN, or password is input
incorrectly 5 times in a row, a message will be
displayed, and you will not be able to unlock the
unit for 30 seconds.
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Customising the Phone
Customising the
Phone
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•
Changing the Wallpaper
You can change the wallpaper (background image) of
the Home screen and the Phone screen.
Changing the Home Screen
Wallpaper
The following file formats can be used for the
Home screen wallpaper: JPEG, BMP, GIF,
PNG.
Depending on configuration file programming,
you may not be able to change the wallpaper.
For details, consult your system administrator
or dealer.
Changing the Phone Screen
Wallpaper
1. On the Phone screen, touch and hold the wallpaper
area in the upper left of the display.
1. On the Home screen, press
.
2. Tap [Wallpaper].
3. Select the image to set as the wallpaper.
Select built-in wallpaper
Select from images included on the unit.
Select wallpaper from Gallery
Select from images saved on an SD card.
4. Do one of the following, depending on your
selection:
Select built-in wallpaper
Tap [Set wallpaper].
Select wallpaper from Gallery
Select from images saved on an SD card.
Select wallpaper from Gallery
Move the border and change the crop size as
necessary, and then tap [Save].
Select built-in wallpaper
Select from images included on the unit.
Note
•
The size of the wallpaper is 800 ´ 455 pixels.
On the Home screen, the wallpaper will be
displayed in the area indicated by the dotted line
in the following figure:
Dark screen
Change the colour of the wallpaper and dial
keys to a dark colour.
•
455
pixels
For the Phone screen wallpaper, use an image
that is 800 ´ 455 pixels. To place your logo on
the wallpaper, refer to the following figure:
45 pixels
Logo
Approx. 39 pixels
•
Bright screen
Change the colour of the wallpaper and dial
keys to a bright colour.
Note
800 pixels
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2. Select the image to set as the wallpaper.
Approx. 39 pixels
For the Home screen wallpaper, make an image
that is 800 ´ 455 pixels, and then resize it to
640 ´ 480 pixels using an image editor. If you
try to use the image without resizing it, it may
not be displayed correctly.
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160 pixels
455
pixels
240 pixels
45 pixels
800 pixels
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•
The following file formats can be used for the
Phone screen wallpaper: JPEG, GIF, PNG.
Depending on configuration file programming,
you may not be able to change the wallpaper.
For details, consult your system administrator
or dealer.
Adding and Deleting
Shortcuts, Widgets and
Folders
You can add widgets and shortcuts to applications to
the Home screen and place frequently used
applications in the application dock.
The following shortcuts, widgets and folders can be
added.
Shortcuts
• Applications (Page 72)
• Bookmarks
• Contact
• Direct dial
• Email
• Music playlist
– Play all
– Recently added
• Settings
– Cleaning mode
– Screen lock now
Widgets
• Analog clock
• Calendar
• Music
• Picture frame
• Search
Folders
• New folder
• All contacts
• Contacts with phone numbers
• Starred contacts
Adding a Shortcut, Widget or Folder
1. On the Home screen, press
, and then
tap [Add].
Or, touch and hold on the Home screen a spot with
no icons.
2. Select [Shortcuts], [Widgets], or [Folders].
3. Tap the item you want to add.
Moving a Shortcut, Widget or Folder
1. On the Home screen, touch and hold a shortcut,
widget or folder, and then drag it to the spot you
want to move it to.
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Deleting a Shortcut, Widget or Folder
1. On the Home screen, touch and hold the shortcut,
widget or folder you want to delete.
2. Drag the item to
.
Adding to the Application Dock
1. On the Application screen, touch and hold the
application you want to add.
2. Drag the item to the spot in the application dock you
want to place it.
On the Phone screen, you can change the area where
the dial keys are displayed to display your schedule
instead.
1. On the Phone screen, press
.
2. On the [Menu] screen, tap [Phone screen
setting].
3. Tap [Schedule].
Note
•
•
Displaying Your
Schedule on the Phone
Screen
Up to 7 applications can be added.
Widgets and folders cannot be added to the
application dock.
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•
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•
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Initially, the unit is set to display the dial keys.
To return the display to the dial keys, select
[Dial] in step 3.
The Schedule/Dial Key display can also be
changed temporarily (Page 36).
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Customising the Phone
Setting a Ringtone
You can change the ringtone that plays when the unit
receives a call.
1. On the Home screen, press
.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Tap [Settings].
Tap [Sound].
Tap [Phone ringtone].
Select a ringtone.
Tap [OK].
Note
•
•
•
•
•
•
If multiple lines are configured on your unit, you
can set a different ringtone for each line.
In step 5, if you select [Automatic], the ringtone
assigned to the DN button (flexible button) at
which a call arrives will be used. Ringtones
specified here override the DN button settings
(Page 93).
Even if the ringer volume is off, you can still
select and listen to the available ringtones.
You can also select from music on an SD card.
To select a ringtone from an SD card, you must
configure some settings beforehand
(Page 99).
For music on an SD card, "(SD)" is displayed in
front of the title.
When a music file on the SD card is set as the
ringtone and you remove the SD card,
"Ringtone 1" will be used as the ringtone. If you
reinsert the SD card, the file you had previously
specified will be used again as the ringtone.
Using Music on an SD
Card as the Ringtone
You can use music on an SD card as the ringtone.
Notice
•
Do not remove the SD card while performing the
following procedure.
.
1. On the Home screen, tap
2. Tap the [Songs] tab.
3. Touch and hold the title of the song you want to set
as the ringtone.
4. Tap [Set to ringtone list].
5. Press
to return to the Home screen.
.
6. On the Home screen, press
7. Tap [Settings].
8. Tap [Sound].
9. Tap [Melody for phone ringtone].
10. Select the ringtone you want to change, and then
tap [Change].
11. On the [Ringtone List (Music on SD)] screen,
select the file you want to add as the ringtone.
12. Tap [OK].
13. On the [Melody for phone ringtone] screen, tap
[Cancel].
Note
•
•
•
•
Ringtones you add are stored in ringtones 10 to
32, overwriting the factory default ringtone.
The following music file formats are supported
by this unit:
– 3GPP (.3gp)
– MPEG-4 (.mp4, .m4a)
– MP3 (.mp3)
– MIDI (.mid)
– RTTTL/RTX (.rtttl)
– iMelody (.imy)
– Ogg (.ogg)
– WAVE (.wav)
For details about setting a ringtone, see
page 99.
For details about setting a ringtone for an
individual contact, see page 64.
Resetting Ringtones to Their Factory
Settings
1. On the Home screen, press
2. Tap [Settings].
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3. Tap [Sound].
4. Tap [Melody for phone ringtone].
5. Select the ringtones you want to reset to their
factory settings, and then tap [Reset to default].
Web User Interface
Programming
The unit provides a Web-based interface for configuring
various settings and features, including some that are
not programmable directly from the unit. The following
list contains some useful features that are
programmable through the Web user interface.
For details, consult your administrator or dealer.
• Basic network settings*1 (Page 116)
• User password (for access to Web user interface)
• HTTP authentication settings
• Default outgoing line
• Call rejection phone numbers*1 (Page 54)
• Block caller ID
• Block anonymous calls
• Do Not Disturb*1 (Page 91)
• Call forward*1 (Page 91)
*1
These settings can also be configured directly through the unit.
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Each time you want to access the Web user
interface, you must enable Web programming
(Page 117).
If the unit is connected to a Panasonic
KX-NS1000 PBX, Web User Interface
programming is not available.
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Accessibility
Accessibility
For users with difficulties operating the touch display directly, this unit supports navigation of the interface and
operation of phone functions with a USB keyboard. Most navigation features are available simply by connecting
a USB keyboard. However, by enabling Accessibility mode (Page 125), more functions can be accessed
directly with the keyboard.
Keyboard Operation
Navigation of the user interface is done primarily with the arrow keys ([↑], [¯], [¬] and [®]) and the [Enter] key.
The following table shows the functions of other keys, both when Accessibility mode is on and off:
Key
[↑], [¯],
[¬], [®]
[Enter]
[Esc]
[Home]
[End]
Application
key
Accessibility Mode On
Accessibility Mode Off
Moves the cursor/highlight up, down, left or right.
Key Sheet
Equivalent
,
,
,
Performs the action equivalent to tapping the highlighted item.
On the Phone screen
• During pre-dialling: Equivalent to tapping
[Cancel].
• Ignored otherwise.
On other screens/applications
• Navigates back one screen.
Navigates back one
screen.
Returns to the Home screen.
Ends the current call if you are using the handset. (This operation does not
end calls in hands-free mode.)
—
Moves the cursor to the quick-search box. On the Contacts screen, the
cursor is moved to the Contact search box (Page 61).
—
[F1]
Volume up.
Opens the menu.
[F2]
Volume down.
(no function)
[F3]
Activates the speakerphone or headset mode (Page 24).
[F4]
Cancels the speakerphone or headset mode (Page 24).
[F5]
Activates Mute (Page 56).
When you press this key, a confirmation tone
(single) is heard.
(no function)
[F6]
Cancels Mute (Page 56).
(no function)
[F7]
Enables Automatic Answer (Page 92).
When you press this key, a confirmation tone
(single) is heard.
(no function)
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Accessibility Mode On
[F8]
Disables Automatic Answer (Page 92).
When you press this key, a confirmation tone
(double) is heard.
(no function)
—
[F9]
Redial (Page 51).
(no function)
—
[F10]
Accesses voice mail (Page 57).
(no function)
—
[F11]
•
Places the call on hold or retrieves a call
on hold (Page 54).
If a call arrives while you are on a call,
places the current call on hold and
answers the incoming call (Page 53).
If you are on a call and have a call on
hold, swaps the calls.
(no function)
—
Begins a transfer operation by placing the
current call on consultation hold
(Page 55).
After you begin a transfer but before the
transfer destination answers, cancels the
transfer and retrieves the call.
After the transfer destination answers,
switches between the transfer
destination and the call to transfer.
(no function)
—
•
•
[F12]
•
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•
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Accessibility Mode Off
Key Sheet
Equivalent
Key
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Notice
Panasonic assumes no responsibility for injuries or property damage resulting from failures arising out of
improper installation or operation inconsistent with this documentation.
Attaching the Stand (Adjusting the Angle of the Unit)
The stand can be attached to the unit in two ways in order to change the angle of the unit.
Depending on the angle you want to use the unit at, the holes to which you attach the stand differ, so determine
your preferred angle before attaching the stand.
If you want to change the angle after you have attached the stand, remove the stand (Page 104), and then
reattach it at the desired angle.
Attaching the Stand
1. Insert the 4 tabs into the holes on the back of the unit body (either A or B).
A
B
n For "B"
n For "A"
65°
30°
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2. To fasten the stand, slide the stand to the left until it clicks.
Notice
•
If you place the display face down when you attach the stand, be sure to place a soft cloth under the
display. Failure to do so may result in damage to the display.
Removing the Stand
1. Gently lift up the tab on the back (A) with your finger, slide the stand to the right, and then remove it.
A
Notice
•
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Do not forcefully lift or pull the tab. Doing so could cause the tab to break.
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Connections
Connections for Ethernet Cables, AC Adaptor, Headset
Optional AC adaptor*1
To a switching hub*2
To a PC
Ethernet cables
A
B
AC adaptor
*1
*2
LAN
PC
A EHS jack
B Headset jack
If power is supplied over Ethernet (PoE), an AC adaptor is unnecessary.
To use PoE, use a PoE switching hub that is PoE Class 3 compliant.
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When connecting an Ethernet cable
Connect the Ethernet cable as shown in the following figures.
• If the distance from the end of the connector to the bend in the cable is 30 mm or less
Ethernet cable
30 mm
or less
•
If the distance from the end of the connector to the bend in the cable is more than 30 mm
Remove the cable cover (A) from the back of the stand, and then run the Ethernet cable so the stand lies
flat on a horizontal surface.
Ethernet cable
A
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Notice
Optional AC adaptor
• For this Smart Desk Phone, you must use only the following Panasonic AC adaptors:
– For KX-UT670X:
KX-A422CE (PNLV228)/KX-A422UK (PNLV228)/KX-A422AL (PNLV228)/KX-A422X (PNLV228)/
KX-A422BR (PNLV228)
– For KX-UT670NE:
KX-A422CE (PNLV228)/KX-A422UK (PNLV228)
– For KX-UT670RU:
KX-A422CE (PNLV228)
• Ensure that the AC outlet is installed near the unit and is easily accessible.
• Ensure that the AC adaptor cord has slack. Pulling the cord too tightly can result in damage to the
connectors.
When connecting a headset
• Ensure that the headset cord has slack. Pulling the cord too tightly can result in damage to the
connectors.
• Cords used to connect devices to the EHS jack or headset jack must be less than 3 m in length.
• The following headsets can be used with this unit. (Not all operations with the headsets can be
guaranteed.)
– For KX-UT670X:
Wired headsets: Panasonic KX-TCA400, KX-TCA430, RP-TCA400, or RP-TCA430
EHS headsets: Selected Plantronics®-brand headsets
– For KX-UT670NE/KX-UT670RU:
Wired headsets: Panasonic RP-TCA400 or RP-TCA430
EHS headsets: Selected Plantronics-brand headsets
For up-to-date information about headsets that have been tested with this unit, refer to the following
web sites:
http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/sipphone
When selecting Ethernet cables
• Use a straight, category 5e cable (sold separately) that is 6.5 mm in diameter or less.
• Use flexible cables without jack covers. Do not use cables with a hard coating that may tear or crack
when bent.
• To prevent damage to the cables, use cables that do not protrude from the bottom of the base.
When connecting a PC
• Only a PC can be connected to the PC port. Other phones, or network devices such as routers or
switching hubs, cannot be connected.
• The PC port does not support PoE for connected devices.
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Connecting the Handset
Connecting a USB Keyboard
You can connect a standard USB keyboard (available commercially).
To a USB keyboard
Notice
•
•
Return to the Home screen before connecting or disconnecting a USB keyboard.
Ensure that the USB cable has slack. Pulling the cord too tightly can result in damage to the connectors.
Note
•
•
•
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Devices other than USB keyboards cannot be connected.
The cord used to connect a USB keyboard must be less than 3 m in length.
You may connect a USB hub to the unit, and then connect a USB keyboard to the hub.
In this case, you can connect a maximum of 2 hubs in a chain.
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Wall Mounting
To mount the unit on a wall, you must purchase the wall mount kit (Page 17).
If the stand is attached, remove it (Page 104).
Carefully read the safety notices regarding wall mounting before mounting the unit on a wall (Page 6).
Notice
•
•
Use only the washers and screws included with the wall mount kit.
If you place the display face down when you attach the wall mounting adaptor, be sure to place a soft
cloth under the display before attaching the adaptor. Failure to do so may result in damage to the
display.
1. Insert the 4 tabs of the wall mounting adaptor into the designated openings in the base (A), and then slide
the wall mounting adaptor up until it clicks (B).
A
B
A
Notice
•
Ensure that the screw hole (A) shown in the figure above is accessible through the wall mounting
adaptor.
2. Fasten the wall mounting adaptor to the base with the screw for the wall mounting adaptor.
(Recommended torque: 0.4 N·m [4.08 kgf·cm] to 0.6 N·m [6.12 kgf·cm])
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3. Connect the cables to the unit, and run the cables through the wall mounting adaptor, as shown in the
illustration below.
Note
•
•
The cables can also be run from the bottom of the unit.
For details about connecting the cables, see page 105.
4. Screw the 2 screws for wall attachment with their washers into the wall as shown in the following figure,
and then mount the unit on the wall.
83 mm
Washer
Insert the screw to
this point.
Note
•
You can find a wall mounting template at the end of this manual.
5. Remove the handset hook by pushing it firmly upwards.
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6. Turn the handset hook up-side-down.
7. Slide the handset hook back into its slot until it clicks.
•
The handset will be safely hooked when it is in the cradle.
Hooking the Handset During a Conversation
1. Hook the handset over the top edge of the unit.
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Configuration
Configuration
You can configure the settings required to connect the unit to the network, as well as other various settings.
Making Settings
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the Home Screen, press
.
Tap [Settings].
Navigate to and tap the desired setting.
Make changes to the setting as required.
Setting Items
The following items for the unit can be configured.
Main Category
Sub-Category
Setting
Screen lock now
Network
Page 116
MAC Address
Basic Network
settings
Proxy server
settings
Page 116
Connection mode
Page 116
DHCP Settings
Page 116
Static Settings
Page 116
Use proxy server
Page 117
Embedded web
Sound
112
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Reference
Page 117
Network Test
Target address
Page 117
Volume
Ringtone
Page 117
Media
Page 117
Alarm
Page 117
Use incoming call
volume for
notifications
Page 117
Phone ringtone
Page 118
Melody for phone
ringtone
Page 118
Notification
ringtone
Page 118
Audible touch tones
Page 118
Audible selection
Page 118
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Main Category
Sub-Category
Setting
Reference
Display
Brightness
Page 118
Animation
Page 118
Screen timeout
Page 119
Touch panel
Cleaning mode
Page 119
Security
Set up screen lock
(Change screen
lock)
None
Page 119
Pattern
Page 119
PIN
Page 119
Password
Page 119
Use visible pattern*1
Page 119
Visible passwords
Page 119
Use secure
credentials
Page 120
Install from SD card
Page 120
Set password
Page 120
Clear storage
Page 120
Applications
Running services
Page 120
Accounts & sync
Background data
Page 120
Auto-sync
Page 120
Account name
SD card & phone
storage
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Synchronization
interval
Page 121
Sync Contacts
Page 121
Sync Calendar
Page 121
Remove account
Page 121
Add account
Page 121
Total space
Page 121
Available space
Page 121
Unmount SD card
(Mount SD card)
Page 121
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Configuration
Main Category
Search
Language &
keyboard
Sub-Category
Page 121
Clear cache
Page 121
Available space
Page 122
Google search
Show web
suggestions
Page 122
Searchable items
Web
Page 122
Apps
Page 122
Contacts
Page 122
Music
Page 122
Clear shortcuts
Page 122
Select language
locale
Page 122
Android keyboard
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Reference
Format SD card
iWnn IME
114
Setting
Select Language
Page 123
Sound on Key Press
Page 123
Key Preview
Page 123
Auto Capitalization
Page 123
Input Word Learning
Page 123
Word Prediction
Page 123
Typing Error
Correction
Page 123
Wildcard Prediction
Page 123
Lines of Candidate
Area
Page 123
Mushroom
Page 124
User Dictionary
Page 124
Clear Learning
Dictionary
Page 124
Sound on keypress
Page 124
Auto-capitalization
Page 124
Input languages
Page 124
Quick fixes*2
Page 124
Show suggestions
Page 124
Auto-complete
Page 124
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Main Category
Sub-Category
Setting
Reference
User dictionary
Page 124
Accessibility
Key command on
USB keyboard
Page 125
Date & time
NTP Server
Network Camera
About phone
Use NTP server
Page 125
Set date
Page 125
Select time zone
Page 125
Set time
Page 125
Use 24-hour format
Page 125
Select date format
Page 125
Alarm notification
Page 126
Alarm disarm time
Page 126
Alarm port number
Page 126
Status
Legal information
Network
Page 126
Phone service
Page 126
MAC address
Page 126
Open source
licenses
Page 126
Model number
Page 126
OS version
Page 126
Kernel version
Page 126
Firmware version
Page 126
Administration*3
*1
*2
*3
This setting is available only if an unlock pattern is specified.
This setting is available only if [English (United Kingdom)] or [English (United States)] is selected in [Select language locale].
This setting is for system administrators. For details, contact your system administrator or dealer.
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Setting Item Details
Screen lock now
Setting
Screen lock now
Description
Activates the screen lock.
Value Range
Default
—
—
Value Range
Default
—
—
Network
Setting
MAC Address
Basic
Network
settings
116
Description
Displays the MAC address.
Connection
mode
Selects whether to automatically
acquire an IP address from a DHCP
server (DHCP Settings) or enter an
IP address manually (Static
Settings).
DHCP
Settings
Selects whether to automatically
acquire a DNS server or enter one
manually when connecting using
DHCP.
When [Use the following settings]
is selected, enter the DNS servers’
addresses.
Receive DNS
server address
automatically
Use the
following
settings
Receive
DNS server
address
automatical
ly
—DNS1
When manual entry is selected for
the DNS server, enter the address for
DNS server 1 here.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
—
—DNS2
When manual entry is selected for
the DNS server, enter the address for
DNS server 2 here.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
—
Static
Settings
When [STATIC] is set for
[Connection mode], enter the
information here.
—
—
—Static IP
address
Enter the IP address here when
[STATIC] is selected.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
—
—Subnet
mask
Enter the subnet mask here when
[STATIC] is selected.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
—
—Default
gateway
Enter the default gateway here when
[STATIC] is selected.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
—
—DNS1
Enter the address for DNS server 1
here when [STATIC] is selected.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
—
—DNS2
Enter the address for DNS server 2
here when [STATIC] is selected.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
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STATIC
DHCP
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Setting
Proxy server
settings*1*2
Description
Value Range
Default
Use proxy
server
Enables the use of a proxy server. If
you enable this feature, specify
values in [Proxy server address],
and [Proxy server port].
On/Off
Off
—Proxy
server
address
Enter the address of the proxy
server.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
-ora URL
—
—Proxy
server port
Enter the port number of the proxy
server.
1 to 65535
8080
Enables web interface programming.
On/Off
Off
Performs a network test. Enter an IP
address or URL.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
-ora URL
—
Embedded web*2
Network Test
*1
*2
Target
address
The proxy server settings apply to browsing the web with the Browser application. Configure these settings if your network
environment requires it.
Depending on the unit’s settings, you may not be able to change these settings. For details, consult your administrator.
Sound
General
Setting
Volume
Description
Value Range
Default
Ringtone
Sets the volume of the ringtone.
Level 0 to 7
5
Media
Sets the volume for playing back
music with the Music application, etc.
Level 0 to 15
11
Alarm
Sets the alarm volume.
Level 0 to 7
6
Use incoming
call volume
for
notifications
Specifies whether to apply the
volume of the incoming ringtone to
the notification ringtone.
On/Off
On
—
Notification
When [Use incoming call volume
for notifications] is off, sets the
notification ringtone volume.
Level 0 to 7
5
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Incoming calls
Setting
Description
Value Range
Default
Phone ringtone
Sets the incoming ringtone.
If multiple lines are configured on
your unit, you must first select which
line to use the ringtone for. You can
assign a different ringtone to each
line.
If you select [Automatic], the
ringtone assigned to the DN button
(Page 93) the call arrives at will be
used.
Automatic,
Ringtone 1 to 32
Automatic
Melody for phone ringtone
Adds music saved to the SD card to
ringtones.
Ringtone 10 to
32
—
Description
Value Range
Default
Sets the sound to play when a
notification occurs, such as for new
e-mail or an error.
Sound 1 to 19
1
Description
Value Range
Default
Audible touch tones
Sets whether sounds are heard each
time a dial key is tapped.
On/Off
On
Audible selection
Sets whether sounds are heard when
menu selections are made.
On/Off
On
Description
Value Range
Default
Notifications
Setting
Notification ringtone
Feedback
Setting
Display
Setting
118
Brightness
Sets the brightness of the screen.
To set manually, deselect
[Automatic brightness] and instead
tap the slider to adjust the brightness.
Automatic
brightness
or
Level 1–18
Animation
Sets the animation effects for
changing between screens.
Some animations: Certain screen
elements are animated by sliding into
view. (For example, the menu
is
displayed when
pressed.)
All animations: The screen will slide
into view each time the screen is
changed.
No
animations
Some
animations
All
animations
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animations
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Setting
Screen timeout
Description
Value Range
Default
Sets the amount of time before the
screen backlight automatically turns
off.
1 minute
5 minutes
10 minutes
30 minutes
60 minutes
120 minutes
180 minutes
300 minutes
Always On
1 minute
Description
Value Range
Default
—
—
Value Range
Default
Touch panel
Setting
Cleaning mode
Enables cleaning mode.
Security
Screen unlock pattern
Setting
Set up screen
lock/Change
screen lock*1
None
Disable the unlock setting for the
screen lock.
—
—
Pattern
Register the unlock pattern for the
screen lock. Connect 4 to 9 points.
—
—
PIN
Register a numeric PIN for the
screen lock.
4 to 16 digits
—
Password
Register a password for the screen
lock.
4 to 16
alpha-numeric
characters
—
On/Off
On
Use visible pattern*2
*1
*2
Description
Sets whether a trail of the input points
is displayed when entering the
unlock pattern.
If screen lock settings have been configured previously, [Change screen lock] will be displayed. Tapping [Change screen lock]
displays the unlock screen, where you must enter the unlock pattern, PIN, or password to proceed.
This setting is available only if an unlock pattern is specified.
Passwords
Setting
Visible passwords
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Description
Sets whether entered password
letters are momentarily displayed
after they are input.
Value Range
Default
On/Off
On
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Credential storage
Setting
Description
Value Range
Default
On/Off
Off
Use secure credentials
Allows applications to access
credentials and to use them on a
secured network. When enabling
this, enter a password in [Set
password].
Install from SD card
Installs encrypted credentials from
the SD card.
—
—
Set password
Sets or changes the password for the
storage of credentials or certificates.
—
No
password
set
Clear storage
Erases all stored credentials and
certificates, and resets the password.
—
—
Description
Value Range
Default
Displays applications that are
currently running in the background.
Applications can be stopped, or
settings can be configured.
—
—
Description
Value Range
Default
Background data
Selects whether to enable
applications to synchronise and to
send and receive data while they are
in the background.
On/Off
On
Auto-sync
Selects whether contacts and
calendar events are automatically
synchronised.
To enable automatic
synchronisation, you must first select
the [Background data] check box.
On/Off
On
Applications
Setting
Running services
Accounts & sync
General sync settings
Setting
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Manage accounts
Setting
Automatic
(Push)
Every 5
minutes
Every 10
minutes
Every 15
minutes
Every 30
minutes
Every hour
Default
Synchronizat
ion interval
Sync
Contacts
Enables the synchronising of
contacts.
On/Off
Off
Sync
Calendar
Enables the synchronising of the
calendar.
On/Off
Off
Remove
account
Remove the Google account
information from the unit.
—
—
If no Google account is registered,
newly registers your Google account.
—
—
Add account*2
*2
Value Range
Specifies the interval at which to
automatically synchronise data.
If you select [Automatic (Push)],
synchronised contacts and calendar
events are updated on the unit soon
after they are updated from the
Google account.
However, it may take a while for the
update to occur.
Account
name*1
*1
Description
Every 15
minutes
The name of the registered Google account is displayed.
Only one account can be registered. An account cannot be added if one has already been registered.
SD card & phone storage
SD card
Setting
Description
Value Range
Default
Total space
Displays the total space of the SD
Card.
—
—
Available space
Displays the amount of available
space of the SD card.
—
—
Unmount SD card (Mount SD
card)
Unmounts (releases the in-use
status) of the SD card so that it can
be safely removed.
If an SD card has been unmounted,
this setting changes to [Mount SD
card]. Select this to mount the SD
card again.
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—
Format SD card
Formats the SD card.
—
—
Clear cache
Use this function when the Gallery
application does not display image
thumbnails correctly.
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Configuration
Internal phone storage
Setting
Description
Value Range
Default
Displays the amount of available
space of the unit’s internal memory.
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—
Description
Value Range
Default
Sets whether search suggestions are
displayed as search text is being
entered.
On/Off
On
Description
Value Range
Default
Web
Searches the web, bookmarks, and
the web browsing history.
On/Off
On
Apps
Searches installed application
names.
On/Off
On
Contacts
Searches the names of contacts.
On/Off
On
Music
Searches artist names, album
names, and track names stored in
the Music application.
On/Off
Off
—
—
Value Range
Default
Available space
Search
Web
Setting
Google
search
Show web
suggestions
Phone
Setting
Searchable
items
Clear shortcuts
Clears the search history.
Language & keyboard
Setting
Select language locale
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Description
Specifies the language to use for the
interface.
The USB keyboard type also
changes to match this setting.
If you select [Automatic], the
language and keyboard will be set
automatically according to the
configuration file.
Automatic,
Deutsch,
English (United
Kingdom),
English (United
States),
Español,
Français
(Canada),
Français
(France),
Italiano,
Nederlands,
Русский,
English
(United
States)
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Text settings
Setting
iWnn IME*1
Description
Value Range
Default
Dutch,
English (UK),
English (US),
French,
French
(Canada),
German,
Italian,
Japanese,
Russian,
Spanish
English
(US)
Select
Language
Selects the language to use for the
iWnn IME keyboard.
Sound on Key
Press
Sets whether sounds are heard each
time a key is tapped.
On/Off
Off
Key Preview
Sets whether to display an enlarged
image of a key when it is selected.
On/Off
On
Auto
Capitalization
Sets whether to capitalise the initial
character when entering Latin
characters.
On/Off
On
Input Word
Learning
Sets whether to remember the
conversions that are selected.
On/Off
On
Word
Prediction
Sets whether to display possible
conversions as characters are
entered.
On/Off
On
Typing Error
Correction
Sets whether to display correction
suggestions for incorrectly entered
text.
On/Off
On
Wildcard
Prediction
Sets whether to predict possible
conversions from the number of
characters in the reading.
On/Off
On
1, 2
1
Lines of
Candidate
Area
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Sets the number of lines to display for
predictive text candidates.
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Configuration
Setting
iWnn IME
(continued)
Android
keyboard
Description
Value Range
Default
Mushroom
Sets whether to allow applications to
use the Mushroom application for
inputting common phrases.
Use/No use
No use
User
Dictionary
Edit the words in the user dictionary.
—
—
Clear
Learning
Dictionary
Delete all the content from the
learning dictionary.
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—
Sound on
keypress
Sets whether a sound is heard each
time a key is tapped.
On/Off
Off
Auto-capitaliz
ation
Specifies whether to automatically
capitalise the first letter.
On/Off
On
Input
languages
Sets which languages are available
for the Android keyboard.
For each language, you can set
whether it is displayed.
Deutsch
(Deutschland),
English (United
Kingdom),
English (United
States),
Español
(España),
Français
(Canada),
Français
(France),
Italiano (Italia),
Nederlands
(Nederland),
Русский
(Россия)
All disabled
Quick fixes*2
Corrects commonly typed mistakes.
On/Off
On
Show
suggestions
Displays suggestions for words
during input.
On/Off
On
Auto-complet
e
Inputs the suggested word when a
space or punctuation mark is input.
This setting is available when [Show
suggestions] is enabled.
On/Off
On
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—
User dictionary
*1
*2
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Add or delete words from the user
dictionary.
In [Select Language], if [Japanese] is selected as the keyboard language, the following settings will also be displayed in the [iWnn
IME] settings: [Keyboard Type], [Flick Input], [Flick Sensitivity], and [Toggle Input].
This setting is available only if [English (United Kingdom)] or [English (United States)] is selected in [Select language locale].
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Configuration
Accessibility
Setting
Value Range
Default
On/Off
Off
Description
Value Range
Default
Use NTP
server
Specifies whether to use an NTP
server. If enabled, enter information
for [NTP server address] and
[Synchronization Interval].
On/Off
On
—NTP server
address
Sets the NTP server to use.
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
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—
Synchronizat
ion Interval
Sets the interval for synchronisation
with the NTP server.
10–86400 s
43200
—
—
Select from 86
regions
GMT +00:00
—
—
Key command on USB
keyboard
Description
Sets whether telephone functions
can be performed by using a USB
keyboard.
Date & time
Setting
NTP Server
Set date*1
Enter the date here when an NTP
server is not used.
Select time zone
Selects the time zone.
Set time*1
Enter the time here when an NTP
server is not used.
Use 24-hour format
Specifies whether the time is
displayed in a 24-hour format (when
off, the time is displayed in a 12-hour
format).
On/Off
On
Selects the format for the display of
the date.
Normal*2
mm/dd/yyyy
dd/mm/yyyy
yyyy/mm/dd
Normal
Select date format
*1
*2
When an NTP server has not been specified, when unit is turned off, time and date settings are lost. Each time the unit is restarted,
the time and date settings must be made again.
The date format associated with this setting depends on the value selected in [Select language locale] (Page 122).
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Configuration
Network Camera
Alarm settings
Setting
Alarm notification
Description
Sets the alarm notification method.
Value Range
Pop up live
screen
Pop up live
screen or
status bar
notification
Status bar
notification
Off
Default
Off
Alarm disarm time
Specifies the length of time after an
alarm is issued for which subsequent
alarms will be ignored.
2 seconds
3 seconds
4 seconds
5 seconds
6 seconds
7 seconds
8 seconds
9 seconds
10 seconds
Alarm port number
Specifies the port number used to
receive alarm notifications.
1024–65535
1818
Value Range
Default
2 seconds
About phone
Setting
Network
Displays the status of the network.
—
—
Phone
service
Displays the status of the phone
service for each configured line.
—
—
MAC address
Displays the MAC address.
—
—
Open source
licenses
Displays open source licence
information.
—
—
Model number
Displays the model number.
—
KX-UT670NE
OS version
Displays the software version of the
phone’s interface.
—
2.2
Kernel version
Displays the kernel version.
—
2.6.32.9
Firmware version
Displays the firmware version. For
details about updating the firmware,
contact your system administrator or
dealer.
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—
Status
Legal
information
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Miscellaneous Information
Miscellaneous
Information
Updating the Firmware
Updating the firmware to the latest version provides you
with the latest features and improvements. For details,
consult your administrator or dealer.
Using an SD Card
With an optional SD card, you can do the following:
• Add a photo stored on an SD card to a contact
(Page 58)
• Save and load contacts to and from an SD card
(Page 62)
• Set music stored on an SD card as a ringtone
(Page 99)
• Set an image stored on an SD card as wallpaper
(Page 96)
• Attach an image stored on an SD card to an e-mail
(Page 82)
• Save files attached to e-mails to an SD card
(Page 83)
• Update the firmware from an SD card
(For details, consult your administrator or dealer.)
Precautions
To prevent data corruption and damage to the SD card,
and to ensure correct operation of the unit, observe the
following precautions:
• Do not remove the SD card or unplug the AC
adaptor during the following operations:
– Music playback
– Backup
– Reformatting
– Reading data from the card
– Erasing data from the card
Also, do not subject the unit to shaking or strong
impacts. If power is supplied by the Ethernet cable,
do not disconnect the Ethernet cable.
• Do not touch the terminal contacts on the back of
the card.
• To prevent damage to the unit, do not use cards
other than those approved for use with the unit.
Supported SD Cards
With this unit, you can use the following types of SD
cards, which meet the SD specifications:
• SD memory card (2 GB or less)
– SD memory card
– miniSD card (with adaptor)
– microSD card (with adaptor)
• SDHC memory card (32 GB or less)
– SDHC memory card
– miniSDHC card (with adaptor)
– microSDHC card (with adaptor)
• SDXC memory card (128 GB)
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– SDXC memory card
– microSDXC card (with adaptor)
For up-to-date information about SD cards that have
been tested with this unit, refer to the following web
site:
http://panasonic.net/pcc/support/sipphone
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•
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3. On the confirmation window, tap [Unmount SD
card].
4. Gently push the card in to release it, and then
remove it.
Note
•
Depending on the type of SD card, the time required
for reading and writing operations may vary.
Some SD cards may not be compatible with this
unit.
Multi-media cards are not supported.
The SD card can also be unmounted through
settings (Page 121).
Write Protection
SD memory cards can be locked to prevent formatting,
deleting, and writing.
To lock an SD memory card, slide the switch on the side
of the card to the "lock" position.
Unlock
Formatting an SD Card
Before using an SD card, you should first format it.
IMPORTANT
Lock
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•
Backing up Data on an SD Card
Data saved on an SD card may be damaged or lost if
the card is exposed to electromagnetic radiation or
static electricity. Be sure to back up important data to a
computer or other external source.
Inserting and Removing an SD Card
Inserting an SD card
1. With the label facing you, insert the card into the slot
until it clicks.
Removing an SD card
1. Tap the status bar.
2. On the notification screen, tap [Unmount SD
•
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
When you format a card, all data saved on the
card is erased.
While formatting a card, do not remove the card
or unplug the AC adaptor. If power is supplied
by the Ethernet cable, do not disconnect the
Ethernet cable.
While formatting a card, do not subject the unit
to shaking or strong impacts.
On the Home screen, press
.
Tap [Settings].
Tap [SD card & phone storage].
Tap [Unmount SD card].
Tap [Format SD card].
Note
•
When formatting is complete, you will be able to
use [Unmount SD card].
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Miscellaneous Information
Synchronising Manually
Setting up a Google
Account for
Synchronising
By registering your Google account, you can
synchronise contacts and calendar events between this
unit and your Google account.
For example, by synching the Calendar application,
events that you create on this unit will automatically be
registered in your Google calendar on the web.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
On the Home screen, press
Tap [Settings].
Tap [Accounts & sync].
Tap the account name.
.
Press
Tap [Sync now].
Note
•
Registering a Google Account
Notice
•
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
You must have an existing Google account to
register it to this unit. You can obtain an account
from the following URL:
https://www.google.com/accounts/
On the Home screen, press
.
Tap [Settings].
Tap [Accounts & sync].
Tap [Add account].
Enter your user name and password, and then tap
[Sign in].
6. When registration has completed, tap [OK].
Note
•
•
Only one account can be registered. If you have
already registered an account, you cannot
register any additional accounts.
When a Google account is registered, existing
contacts and calendar events are automatically
added to the registered account.
Enabling Automatic
Synchronisation
1.
2.
3.
4.
On the Home screen, press
.
If [Auto-sync] is enabled, you can select what
data to synchronise (contacts, calendar) after
step 4. Only selected data is synchronised. If
[Auto-sync] is disabled, both contacts and
calendars will be synchronised.
For details about automatic synchronisation,
see page 129.
Removing Your Google Account
Information
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
On the Home screen, press
.
Tap [Settings].
Tap [Accounts & sync].
Tap the account name.
Tap [Remove account].
On the confirmation window, tap [Remove
account].
Note
•
If you remove the Google account, all contacts
and calendar events will be deleted from the
unit.
If you do not want to delete your contacts, first
export them to an SD card, and then import
them after you have removed the account
(Page 62).
.
Tap [Settings].
Tap [Accounts & sync].
Select both the [Background data] and
[Auto-sync] check boxes.
Note
•
By tapping the account name, you can select
which data to synchronise and the interval at
which to synchronise data (Page 121).
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Initialising the Unit
Cleaning the Unit
Initialising the unit resets all its settings to their factory
default values. For details, consult your administrator or
dealer.
When you clean the unit, turn off the unit by unplugging
the AC adaptor and/or disconnecting the Ethernet
cable. Cleaning the unit while it is still on can result in
erroneous behaviour.
However, by enabling cleaning mode, you can wipe the
display without turning the unit off (Page 130).
Data Backup and Restore
You can back up and restore the unit’s data to and from
an SD card. For details, consult your administrator or
dealer.
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•
•
Wipe the unit with a soft and dry cloth.
If the unit becomes particularly dirty, apply a light
kitchen cleanser to a soft cloth, wring the cloth
thoroughly, and then wipe the unit. When finished,
dry the unit with a soft and dry cloth.
Do not clean the unit with cleaners that contain:
petroleum, scouring powder, paint thinner, benzine,
wax, hot water or powdered soap. When using
chemical cleansers, follow the instructions on the
label carefully.
When wiping smudges off the display, use a soft
and dry cloth. Touch the display only with the fleshy
part of your fingers, and avoid touching it with your
fingernails.
Enabling Cleaning Mode
To prevent incorrect operation while cleaning the unit,
you can set the unit to ignore any operations from the
key sheet and the display.
1. On the Home screen, press
.
2. Tap [Settings].
3. Tap [Touch panel].
4. Tap [Cleaning mode].
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idle.
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When in cleaning mode, the message/ringer
lamp flashes green.
If you receive a call, cleaning mode will be
cancelled and you can answer the call.
Exiting Cleaning Mode
You can exit cleaning mode by lifting the handset off its
cradle.
Note
•
If a USB keyboard is connected, you can also
exit cleaning mode by pressing an
alphanumeric or symbol key on the keyboard.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
If you experience trouble, refer to the information in this section. If the problem persists, disconnect and then
reconnect the AC adaptor and/or Ethernet cable.
Before troubleshooting, confirm all connections (Page 105), and ensure that power is being supplied from the
Ethernet cable. If you are using an AC adaptor to supply power, ensure that the AC outlet the unit is connected
to is receiving power.
General Use
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
•
The display is blank.
•
•
The unit does not respond to
operations or does not
operate as expected.
•
•
Some cables or cords are not connected correctly.
→ Check whether the connections are correct (Page 105). If some
connections are incorrect, disconnect all cables and cords and
then connect them again.
Your connection settings are incorrect.
→ Consult your administrator to confirm that your settings are correct.
The screen’s brightness is set too low.
→ Adjust the display’s brightness (Page 118).
The ambient light sensor is covered by something.
→ Check that the ambient light sensor is not covered or blocked. If it
is, remove whatever is blocking it.
The display is not shown well.
•
The previous screen is not
displayed even when I press
.
•
The Home screen is displayed.
→ You cannot go back from the Home screen. You must reopen the
screen you want to view again.
•
Reinitialise the unit, and then set a password again. For details about
reinitialising the unit, consult your administrator or dealer.
•
This unit can retrieve the date and time from an NTP server. The NTP
server settings may be incorrect.
→ For details about NTP server settings, consult your administrator
or dealer. If the unit cannot connect to the NTP server, you can
also set the date and time manually (Page 125).
•
You answered a call while making changes.
→ If you answer a call before you finish making changes, the changes
you made up until then will not be saved. Make the necessary
changes again.
You moved to another screen while making changes.
→ If you move to another screen while making changes, those
to return
changes may not be saved even if you press
to the previous screen. Make the necessary changes again.
I forgot my password.
The display of the date and
time is wrong.
Changes to settings,
contacts, etc., were not
saved.
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The unit is still starting up.
→ While the unit is starting up, the display will be blank for a while.
Wait for the unit to finish starting up.
The display’s backlight is off.
→ Lift the handset or touch the display.
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Troubleshooting
Issue
The display goes dark while
registering or editing
information.
Nothing happens when I
touch the display.
Possible Cause & Solution
•
You have not performed any operations for a certain length of time.
→ If no operations are performed for a certain length of time, the
screen saver will automatically start.
•
A protective film is covering the display.
→ Remove any film from the display.
The display is dirty.
→ Clean the display.
•
•
I cannot open an e-mail
attachment.
•
The file may be an unsupported type, or the data may be corrupt.
→ Save the attachment to an SD card, and then try opening it in the
Gallery application. If the attachment still does not open, try
opening it on a computer.
(For details about saving an attachment to an SD card, see
page 83. For details about displaying an image in Gallery, see
page 86.)
The e-mail account is an IMAP account.
→ If the e-mail account’s type is IMAP, attachments larger than 4 MB
cannot be opened. Either use an account that uses POP3, or
register the account again using POP3 as the account type
(Page 84).
The Music application quits
unexpectedly when I try to
open a file.
•
The file may be an unsupported type, or the data may be corrupt.
→ Try playing back the file stored on the SD card on a computer or
other device.
The Gallery application quits
unexpectedly when I try to
open a file.
•
The file may be an unsupported type, or the data may be corrupt.
→ Try viewing the file stored on the SD card on a computer or other
device.
The times listed in the
incoming call log or the times
listed on sent e-mails are not
correct.
•
The date and time are not set.
→ Set the date and time (Page 125).
Making and Receiving Calls
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
•
The phone number was entered incorrectly.
→ Confirm that you have entered the phone number of the other party
correctly (Page 51).
If the problem is not resolved, contact your administrator or dealer.
•
The number you are trying to redial is too long.
→ If the dialled number is longer than 32 digits, it cannot be redialled
correctly (Page 51).
•
The ringer is turned off.
I cannot make calls.
I cannot redial by selecting an
entry in a call log.
The unit does not ring when a
call is received.
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→ Press
while a call is being received, or change the ringer
volume setting (Page 117).
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Troubleshooting
Issue
Possible Cause & Solution
•
You are in a 3-party conference call.
→ When the 3-party conference call ends, try the operation again
(Page 55).
•
You are either in the middle of transferring a call or you are in a 3-party
conference call.
→ Either cancel the transfer or end the 3-party conference call, and
then try the operation again (Page 55).
•
You are in the middle of transferring a call.
→ Cancel the transfer, and then try the operation again (Page 55).
•
You are on a call or the screen lock is active.
→ When the call ends, try the operation again.
→ Unlock the screen lock, and then try the operation again.
Some flexible buttons may already have phone functions assigned to
them through configuration file programming.
→ These buttons cannot be modified. For details, consult your
administrator.
I cannot transfer a call.
I cannot do a blind transfer.
I cannot establish a 3-party
conference call.
I cannot assign anything to a
flexible button.
•
Sound Quality
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
•
The other party cannot hear
my voice.
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The unit is muted.
→ If the light on
is flashing red, press
to
turn off mute (Page 19).
The microphone is blocked.
→ During a call, avoid blocking the microphone with your hands or
other objects.
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Issue
Possible Cause & Solution
•
•
•
While on speakerphone, the
other party’s voice breaks up,
or I hear an echo of my own
voice.
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•
•
I cannot hear the other party
through the handset.
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•
Just after a call begins, the unit may not have yet adjusted itself to the
call’s environment.
→ Just after a call begins, take turns with the other party talking to
each other. The unit will adjust itself in accordance with the call
environment so that both you and the other party can hear each
other as clearly as possible.
You are too far away from the microphone.
→ Try speaking closer to the microphone.
The environment is not suited to speakerphone calls.
→ Do not use the unit within 2 m of radios, televisions, office
equipment, microwave ovens, air conditioners, or other devices
that emit electrical noise.
→ If using the unit in a room with windows, close the curtains or blinds
to prevent echoes.
→ Use the unit in a quiet environment.
The unit was moved during a call.
→ Do not move the unit while on a call.
The microphone is blocked.
→ During a call, avoid blocking the microphone with your hands or
other objects.
The other party is using a half-duplex speakerphone.
→ If the other party is using a half-duplex speakerphone, sound may
cut out occasionally during calls. For best performance, the other
party should use a full-duplex speakerphone.
The handset is not connected correctly.
→ Check whether the handset is connected correctly. If it is not
connected correctly, connect it again (Page 108).
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Troubleshooting
Contacts
Issue
I cannot add a new contact.
Contact information I loaded
from an SD card contains
garbled text.
Possible Cause & Solution
•
The maximum number of contacts are already registered.
→ Delete unnecessary contacts (Page 60).
•
The character encoding of the vCard file you imported was not UTF-8.
→ Use the UTF-8 character encoding when saving vCard files you
want to load into the unit (Page 62).
Network Camera
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
•
•
I cannot connect to a network
camera.
•
•
The video feed does not
display.
Some or all of the controls are
unavailable.
•
The network camera is not configured to use H.264 as its video codec.
→ Change the network camera’s settings so that it uses H.264 as its
video codec. For details, consult the network camera
administrator.
•
The network camera you are connected to does not support these
functions.
→ Refer to the documentation of the network camera, or consult your
administrator.
Access limitations have been set for the network camera.
→ Consult the network camera administrator.
•
Even when I tap the video
feed, the display area does
not change.
•
The network camera is at the furthest position it can move to.
Even when I tap
/
,
the network camera does not
zoom in/out.
•
The network camera is at its zoom in/out limit.
•
A home position is not configured in the network camera’s settings.
→ Consult the network camera administrator.
Even when I tap
, the
network camera does not
return to its home position.
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The settings for the camera are not configured correctly.
→ Check whether the settings are correct, and then configure the
settings again as necessary (Page 65).
No network cameras are registered.
→ Register a network camera (Page 65).
The settings for a network camera registered to a contact are not
configured correctly.
→ Check whether the settings registered to the contact are correct,
and then configure the settings again as necessary (Page 59).
The network camera is not functioning properly.
→ Refer to the documentation of the network camera.
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Issue
Possible Cause & Solution
•
Even when I tap
not made.
, a call is
•
The phone number registered on the [Camera Registration] screen
is not correct.
→ Check whether the setting is correct, and enter the setting again
as necessary (Page 65).
You are already on a call.
→ When you finish the call, tap
again.
Note
•
If the information provided here does not resolve your issue, refer to the documentation of the network
camera, or consult your network camera administrator.
SD Cards
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
•
The SD card is not formatted according to the SD standard.
→ This unit does not support SD cards that are not formatted
according to the SD standard. Format the SD card with this unit,
and then try again (Page 128).
•
The SD memory card is not compatible with this unit.
→ Use an SD card that is compatible with this unit (Page 127).
The SD card is not formatted correctly.
→ Format the SD card (Page 128).
The SD card is not completely inserted.
→ Remove the SD card, and then reinsert the card, making sure to
insert it completely (Page 128).
The write-protection switch on the SD is set to the "lock" position.
→ Remove the SD card, set the write-protection switch on the card to
the unlock position, and then reinsert the card (Page 128).
The SD card is not
recognised.
•
I cannot save to an SD card.
•
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Images saved on the SD card
are not displayed on the
[Select wallpaper from
Gallery] screen.
•
The image size is unsupported.
→ For the Phone screen wallpaper, use an image with a resolution of
800 ´ 455 pixels (Page 96).
•
You have not registered the file to the ringtone list in the Music
application.
→ In the Music application, register the music you want to use as a
ringtone to the ringtone list, and then add it as a ringtone in [Melody
for phone ringtone] (Page 99).
•
Change the file name to have 9 characters or more, and then try again.
•
The SD card was not unmounted before it was removed from the unit.
→ Unmount the SD card before removing it (Page 121).
To display the correct thumbnail images, clear the SD card’s cache
(Page 121).
Music saved on the SD card
is not displayed on the
ringtone selection screen.
When I install a certificate, the
file names of files on the SD
card are not displayed.
Thumbnails of images on the
SD card are not displayed, or
different images are
displayed.
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Troubleshooting
USB Devices
Issue
Possible Cause & Solution
•
The USB device I connected
does not work.
•
You connected a USB device that this unit does not support.
→ This unit supports only standard USB keyboards.
The maximum number of chained hubs has been exceeded.
→ The maximum number of hubs you may chain together is 2.
•
The USB keyboard is not connected correctly.
→ Check whether the keyboard is connected correctly (Page 108). If
it is not connected correctly, disconnect it, and then connect it
again.
•
The locale of the keyboard is different from the locale selected for the
unit.
→ When you specify a locale for the unit in the [Language &
keyboard] settings (Page 122), the USB keyboard type is set to
the same locale. Therefore, if you use a keyboard designed for a
different locale from the one specified, the character that appears
on the screen when you press a key may differ from the character
printed on the keyboard. (For example, if the locale is "French" but
you use a US keyboard, pressing the [Q] key causes an "A" to
appear on the screen.)
You are using a key that is not supported by this unit.
→ Confirm which keys are supported (Page 29).
The keyboard I connected
does not work.
Some of the keys on the USB
keyboard do not work.
•
Function Settings
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
•
I cannot configure settings.
•
You are on a call.
→ When you finish the call, try configuring the settings again.
You moved to another screen while configuring settings.
→ If you move to another screen while making changes, those
changes may not be saved. Configure the settings again as
necessary.
Error Messages
Possible Cause & Solution
Issue
Network error
Address conflict.
•
The network settings are incorrect.
→ Consult your administrator or dealer.
•
The Ethernet cable is not connected correctly.
→ Check whether the Ethernet cable is connected correctly to the unit
(Page 105). If it is not connected correctly, disconnect it, and then
connect it again.
Network error
Invalid IP address.
Please check the LAN
cable.
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Issue
The clock is not adjusted
because an NTP server is
not specified.
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Possible Cause & Solution
•
An NTP server is not specified.
→ Tap [Enter NTP], and then configure the NTP server settings
(Page 125). Consult your administrator or dealer for details about
the settings for an NTP server.
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Specifications
Specifications
Item
140
Specification
Display
7-inch touch display
WVGA (800 ´ 480 pixels)
262,000 colours
VoIP Connection Method
SIP
VoIP Audio Codec
G.722, G.711, G.729a
Network Camera Codec
H.264
Ethernet Interface
10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T
IP Address Mode
Automatic (DHCP), Manual (Static)
Speaker
1
Microphone
1
Ethernet Port (LAN)
2 (RJ45)
USB Port
1 (USB 2.0 Host)
SD Card Slot
1
Headset Jack
1 (ø 2.5 mm)
EHS Jack
1 (ø 3.5 mm, EHS only)
Ambient Light Sensor
1
Dimensions
(Width ´ Depth ´ Height)
Approx. 270 mm ´ 180 mm ´ 220 mm
(When the angle is set to 65° and including the handset and stand)
Weight
Approx. 1,300 g
(Including handset and handset cord)
PoE
IEEE 802.3af compliant (LAN port only)
Power Consumption
PoE
Stand-by: approx. 5.2 W (with backlight off)
Talking: approx. 7.0 W
AC Adaptor
Stand-by: approx. 4.6 W (with backlight off)
Talking: approx. 6.2 W
Maximum Power
Consumption
PoE: 12.9 W
AC Adaptor: 11.5 W
Operating Environment
0 °C to 40 °C
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Revision History
Revision History
Software File Version 01.030
Added Contents
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Receiving Alarms from Network Cameras (Page 71)
Setting Items
– Accounts & sync (Page 120)
– Network Camera (Page 126)
Setting up a Google Account for Synchronising (Page 129)
Changed Contents
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Using a USB Keyboard (Page 29)
Soft Keys (Page 38)
Adding Contacts (Page 58)
Saving/Loading Contact Information to/from an SD Card (Page 62)
Registering a Network Camera (Page 65)
Switching Automatically among Multiple Cameras (Page 68)
Displaying Calendar (Page 79)
Forward/Do Not Disturb (Page 91)
Phone Function Types (Page 93)
Changing the Wallpaper (Page 96)
Setting a Ringtone (Page 99)
Setting Items
– SD card & phone storage (Page 121)
– Language & keyboard (Page 122)
– Date & time (Page 125)
– About phone (Page 126)
Troubleshooting
– SD Cards (Page 137)
Software File Version 01.100
Added Contents
•
Notes for Connecting to a Panasonic PBX (Page 3)
Changed Contents
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Location of Controls (Page 18)
Emergency Number Registration (Page 30)
Phone Screen (Page 35)
Soft Keys (Page 38)
Network Camera Viewer (Page 43)
Icons (Page 46)
Rejecting Calls (Page 53)
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Revision History
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142
Transferring a Call (Page 55)
Three-party Conference Call (Page 55)
Adding a New Contact (Page 58)
Adding Network Camera Information to a Contact (Page 59)
Controlling a Network Camera (Page 66)
Forward/Do Not Disturb (Page 91)
Customising Flexible Buttons (Page 92)
Web User Interface Programming (Page 100)
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Index
Index
Current tab
A
DC jack 22
Dial key display 35
Do Not Disturb 91
Doors
Opening 67
D
AC adaptor 105
Accessibility 101
Accessories 17
Alarm (network camera) 71
Ambient light sensor 18
Application dock 31
Applications 72
Browser 75
Calculator 78
Calendar 79
Clock 72
Email 82
Gallery 86
Music 88
Auto pan 70
Automatic Answer 92
B
Back (Key Sheet button)
19
C
Cable cover 20
Call log, deleting an entry 52
Call record 40
Call waiting 53
Cleaning 130
Cleaning mode 130
Conference call 55
Configuration 112
About phone 126
Accessibility 125
Accounts & sync 120
Applications 120
Date & time 125
Display 118
Language & keyboard 122
Network 116
Network Camera 126
Screen lock now 116
SD card & phone storage 121
Search 122
Security 119
Sound 117
Touch panel 119
Connections 105
Contacts
Adding 58
Deleting 60
Joining 62
Loading from an SD card 63
Save format 62
Saving to an SD card 62
Searching 61
Sending as e-mail attachment 63
Separating 62
Controls, locations of 18
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E
EHS jack 21
Emergency number
Calling 52
Registration 30
Enter (Key Sheet button)
Ethernet cable 105
19
F
Flexible buttons, customising
Folders 97
Forward 91
92
G
Google account
129
H
Handset 17
Connecting 108
Hooking during a conversation
Handset cord 17
Handset hook 18
Handset jack, modular 21
Hands-free mode 24
Headset 105
Headset mode 94
Headset jack 21
Hold 54
Hold tab 37
Home (Key Sheet button) 19
111
I
Icons 46
Incoming Call tab 40
Incoming tab 37
Initialising 130
K
Key Sheet 19
Keyboard, Android 27
Keyboard, iWnn IME 25
Keyboard, USB 29
Connecting 108
L
LAN port
22, 105
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Index
M
Making a call 51
Menu (Key Sheet button) 19
Message/Ringer lamp 18, 22
Microphone 18
Missed Call tab 40
Multiple incoming calls 53
Mute 56
Mute (Key Sheet button) 19
N
Navigation key (Key Sheet button)
Network camera
Alarm 71
Brightness 70
Calling a phone 68
Centring 67
Changing the view area 66
Home position 67
Preset sequence 70
Presets 69
Registering 65
Selecting 66
Zooming in/out 66
19
O
One-touch dialling button 52
Optional accessories 17
Outgoing Call tab 40
P
PC port 22, 105
Phone (Key Sheet button) 19
Phone, basic operation 24
Photo 41
Pre-dial 51
Q
Quick Contact
Lock screen 44
Network Camera Viewer 43
Notification screen 33
Phone screen 35
Status bar 32
SD card 127
Formatting 128
Locking/Unlocking 128
SD card slot 20
Shortcuts 97
Soft keys 38
Speaker 18
Specifications 140
SP-Phone (Speakerphone)/Headset (Key Sheet button)
Stand 17
Attaching 103
Swipe (definition) 23
Switching automatically (network camera) 68
Synchronisation settings 129
19
T
Tap (definition) 23
Text entry 25
Touch (definition) 23
Touch and hold (definition)
Touch display 18
Operation 23
Tracking, automatic 70
Transfer 55
Transfer, blind 55
Troubleshooting 132
23
U
USB port
20
V
Ventilation opening 22
Voice messages, checking 57
Volume (Key Sheet button) 19
51
W
R
Receiving a call 53
Redial 51
RESET button 22
Ringtones 99
Setting a ringtone to a contact 64
Using music on an SD card 99
Wall mounting 109
Wallpaper 96
Web User Interface Programming
Widgets 97
Wire openings 22
100
S
Schedule display 35, 98
Screen lock 95
Screens
Application screen 34
Call Log screen 40
Calling screen 37
Contacts screen 41
Flexible Button screen 42
Home screen 31
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One screw here
WALL MOUNTING TEMPLATE
1. Drive the screws into the wall as indicated.
2. Hook the unit onto the screw heads.
83 mm
Note:
Make sure to set the print size to
correspond with the size of this page. If the
dimensions of the paper output still deviate
slightly from the measurements indicated
here, use the measurements indicated
here.
One screw here
1-62, 4-chome, Minoshima, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka 812-8531, Japan
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System Networks Co., Ltd.
Panasonic System Networks Co., Ltd. 2011
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