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User Guide
Pantech P2030
P2030
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    User Guide Pantech P2030 P2030 Pantech Usuario Guía 5U000473C0A  REV.00...

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    Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of the phone.  Actual color may vary. Your phone is designed to make it easy for you to access a wide variety of content. For your protection,  we want you to be aware that some applications that you enable may involve the location of your phone  being shared. For applications available through AT&T, we offer privacy controls that let you decide  how an application may use the location of your phone and other phones on your account. However,  the AT&T privacy tools do not apply to applications available outside of AT&T. Please review the terms  and conditions and the associated privacy policy for each location-based service to learn how location  information will be used and protected. In addition, your AT&T phone may be used to access the internet  and to download, and/or purchase goods, applications, and services from AT&T or elsewhere from third  parties. AT&T provides tools for you to control access to the Internet and certain Internet content. These  controls may not be available for certain devices which bypass AT&T controls.   Service provided by AT&T Mobility. Portions © 2011 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, the  AT&T logo and all other AT&T marks contained herein are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or  AT&T affiliated companies. All other marks contained herein are the property of their respective owners. <insert OEM © statement>  contenidas aquí son propiedad de sus respectivos dueños.  marcas comerciales de AT&T Intellectual Property y/o compañías afiliadas a AT&T. Todas las otras marcas  derechos reservados. AT&T,  el logotipo de AT&T y todas las otras marcas de AT&T contenidas aquí son  Servicio ofrecido por AT&T Mobility. Ciertas porciones © 2011 AT&T Intellectual Property. Todos los  pueden no estar disponibles para ciertos equipos que esquivan los controles de AT&T. herramientas para que controles el acceso a Internet y a cierto contenido de Internet. Tales controles  Internet y descargar, y/o comprar bienes, aplicaciones y servicios de AT&T o terceros. AT&T te ofrece  la información de la ubicación. Adicionalmente, tu teléfono AT&T puede utilizarse para tener acceso a  privacidad relacionada para cada servicio basado en la ubicación para aprender cómo se utiliza y protege  aplican a aplicaciones disponibles fuera de AT&T. Revisa los términos y condiciones y la norma de  teléfono y otros teléfonos en tu cuenta. Sin embargo, las herramientas de privacidad de AT&T no se  controles de privacidad que te permiten decidir cómo una aplicación puede usar la ubicación de tu  ubicación de tu teléfono se comparta. Para las aplicaciones que se ofrecen a través de AT&T, ofrecemos  queremos que estés consciente de que algunas aplicaciones que tú habilitas pueden ocasionar que la  Tu teléfono está diseñado para tener acceso a una gran variedad de contenido. Por tu seguridad,  Parte del contenido en este manual puede variar en el teléfono dependiendo del software del teléfono. El  <insert OEM © statement>    color real puede variar.

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    The Pantech P2030 has many features designed to enhance your mobile experience. From its EZ to read menus, to its sleek, stylish design, we know you will enjoy the entire P2030 experience. This User Guide contains important and useful information that will maximize your familiarity...

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    Specifications Melodies MIDI, i-Melody, MP3, AMR, WAV, Design AAC, AAC+, WMA Clamshell phone with internal Camera and external display Integrated 1.3M CMOS Camera Displays • Resolution up to 1280 x 1024 • 260K Colors TFT LCD with 2.2” (1.3M pixels) internal display •...

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    Breeze Mode Specifications ...2 Phone overview ...8 1. Calls and address book Using Shortcuts ...10 Making, receiving and ending Menu overview ... 11 a call ...34 Quick & Easy ... 14 Options during a call ...36 SIM card and battery ... 17 Checking all calls ...39 Turning the phone on/off ...

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    2. Messaging Music player settings ...137 Receiving messages...104 Media player ... 138 Creating and sending text Other files ...140 messages ...106 Managing memory ...140 Creating multimedia Playing games ... 141 messages ... 107 AppCenter ... 141 Message templates ...112 4. Useful Features Message settings ...

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    Phone overview Earpiece Internal display EZ Quick Call Keys Left/Right Soft key Perform the functions shown at the bottom line of the display OK key or access Press to enter menu system Navigation key Scroll through the Camera key menu options Power on &...

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    In Menu mode, Main Menus can be accessed by pressing the number keys (1 to #) corresponding to their location on the screen. Example: Accessing the Mode note: The phone has integrated advanced noise suppression technology. 1. Select Menu. To ensure voice quality, please do not 2.

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    Advanced mode menu Address Messaging Mobile Book Conversations Email Contacts Create Message Groups Mobile Email Favorites Settings Outbox Fixed Dial Numbers Drafts My Phone Voice Mail Number Settings Service Templates Numbers Used Space AppCenter AT&T GPS Mobile AT&T Navigator Shop GPS AT&T FamilyMap Where...

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    Quick & Easy Keys Functions Perform the functions shown at the bottom line of the display < > by using these soft keys. Scroll through the menu options in Menu mode. In standby mode, Left Scroll: Access Mobile Email Right Scroll: Access menu Create Message Up Scroll: Access...

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    Keys Functions Enter the + sign prefix for international dialing if pressed and held. Enter the space character in text input mode. Change various text input modes if pressed at the text-editing screen. Adjust the earpiece volume while making a call. Control the Ringtone volume, vibrate mode and silent all mode in standby.

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    Installing/removing SIM card 2. Insert the SIM card into the slot. and battery The gold contacts 1. Remove the of the SIM card battery cover should go against from the unit. the metal contacts To fit the battery of the phone. cover, put it on Put the contacts of the guide rail and...

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    Essential display 2. To remove the adapter indications connecting, pull the adapter away as shown right. Turning the phone on/off To turn on 1. Press and hold E. To turn off 1. Press and hold E. Signal strength. The greater the number of bars, the stronger the signal.

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    External memory card is inserted. An error occurred on the external memory card. TTY is active. Pill Reminder is set. An EDGE signal is available. It is displayed when there is an active EDGE session. A GPRS signal is available. It is displayed when there is an active GPRS session.

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    Assigning the menu Useful keys You can set the most commonly used menu in Shortcuts standby mode. 1. Select Shortcuts in standby mode > Unassigned. 2. Select Add. 3. Select the menu and sub menu. 4. Select Save. Entering text You can enter text with multi-tap, predictive, numeric or symbol.

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    2. Press 1 to 9 and 0 to the correct word. It will display the most commonly used input numbers. first. To save a word not listed Symbol mode in phone’s dictionary, select You can input symbols. Options > Predictive Settings >...

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    Inserting a memory card • Interface devices such as USB or Bluetooth for the connection 1. Remove the with the phone battery cover and the battery PC Suite features from the unit. • Contact Manager 2. Unlock the • PC Sync microSD card •...

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    5. Follow the instructions on your Options > Delete. computer screen. Advanced Mode, you have access to all of the features of P2030 including the features Breeze Mode. provided by note: Select want to add music to the playlist in your device. When you select...

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    Memo Calls and address book Making, receiving and ending a call Options during a call Checking all calls Speed dialing Using address book Using your headset Service and fixed dialing number...

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    Making, receiving and Making a call using the call list ending a call Your phone logs up to 20 dialed, received and missed call Making a call numbers. 1. Enter the area code and 1. PressS to display the recent phone number.

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    Options during a call Missed Calls 2. Select pressing L/R. Microphone off and on 3. Select a number to call by Switching your phone’s pressing U/D. microphone off 4. PressS. 1. Select Answering a second call  N 1. PressS. The first call is Switching your phone’s automatically put on hold.

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    Removing one participant Searching for a name or from a multi-party call group in address book Options > End. 1. Select Enter the first letters of the name for Name Search. The entries are 2. Select the number associated with the call you wish to end or displayed starting with the first entry matching your input.

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    ranking, select an entry and 2. Select Options. Calls. Viewing missed calls Viewing call rankings 1. Select Shortcuts in standby 1. Select mode. mode. 2. Select Recent Calls > Missed 2. Select Calls. Ranking. Viewing received calls Deleting call logs 1.

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    Duration 0 : Prefix for international call transmitted in previous sessions, in Setting speed dial Kilobytes. 1. Select • Total Info: You can view all Settings. Sent, Received, Total 2. Select Duration transmitted data in entry and select Add. Kilobytes. 3.

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    Select Contact, or 3. Select to view detail information. Contact. 4. To update information, select 3. You can send the contact Options > Edit Contact. using Calling from contact list Deleting a contact 1. Press D or select 1. Press D or select Menu >...

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    While the phone is closed Viewing fixed dialing number 1. Press the button once to list receive an incoming call. Fixed dialing number is a service 2. Press and hold the button that limits your access to specific once to end the call. numbers in the address book list recorded on the SIM.

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    Receiving messages 2. Select 3. Select Viewing a new message Update 1. Select View. Saving the object in a Reading a message from the received multimedia inbox message 1. Select Menu > Messaging > 1. Open a multimedia message. Inbox. 2.

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    Adding a saved picture to 7. Select Select the message 1. Press U or select Menu > Adding a new picture to the Messaging > Create message Message. 1. Press U or select 2. Enter a message. Messaging 3. Select Insert >...

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    Adding a new video to the To go back to text editor page, select Stop. message 1. Press U or select 8. To edit the text message, Menu > press U/D to select the text Messaging > Create box and edit your message. Message.

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    Pause 7. Select to stop listening 3. Select the voice memo. Select Stop Other to go back to text editor page. 4. Select a file > Select. 8. To edit the text message, 5. To preview the message, press U/D to select the text select box and edit your message.

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    Email You can receive emails from your service provider. Receiving an email 1. Press L or select Menu > Messaging > Mobile Email. 2. Select an email. 3. Select Select. Multimedia Camera Photo album Video album...

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    Camera You can take pictures and record movies using the built-in camera. The photos and video clips can be saved and sent via multimedia messages, Online Locker, or Bluetooth. Camera Picture mode remaining Zoom White Balance Balance Effect Size Self Timer Self Timer Brightness note: When you set the photo size to 1280 x 1024, the zoom function is not available.

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    Video camera options Zoom in and out 1. Press U/D. Icon Name Descriptions It ranges from 1 x to 4 x. Auto ( ), Day Light White ), Tungsten ( Increasing or decreasing the Balance Fluorescent ( brightness Normal ( ), Sepia 1.

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    4. Select To Press 5. Select Options Send Send using > > the video clip. Bluetooth Bluetooth 6. Press C to go back to Options Set as Set as > > wallpaper Wallpaper preview mode. Options Set as > > Set as Caller ID Changing to camera mode Caller ID...

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    Photo album Viewing the saved pictures 1. Select My Pictures menu allows Pictures. you to view all the pictures you 2. Select a picture > View. have taken, save selected images to your phone or an external Setting as wallpaper in the memory card and share the display photos with others.

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    Video album Using video player controls My Videos menu allows you to play, send, save and delete Pause / Play @ videos. The supported formats are MP4, WMA, 3GP and 3G2. Fast forward Hold D Playing the saved video clips 1.

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    Memo Useful Features Calendar Alarm clock Pill Reminder User Guide Calculator Tip calculator Stop watch Say a command Readout Mode...

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    Calendar In the monthly view Calendar helps you manage your schedule including another day your time for calls or special days. You can another week set a reminder on View other any given date with this function. Creating a new event Viewing calendar 1.

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    Pill Reminder For details on taking picture, see page 60. Pill Reminder sets 3. Input your schedule to 4. Select take pill, and alarm 5. Set a desired time > pop-up will appear 6. Select on the setting time. 7. Set the beginning time of the dosage on the calendar.

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    Calculator Tip calculator Menu Tools 1. Select > 1. Select > Calculator. > 2. Input the numbers 2. Enter the values with the numeric for all the variable keypad and enter fields (Bill($), the operators with Tip(%), Split) L/R/U/D/@ to calculate. and then the corresponding 3.

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    Menu AT&T Send Message <Name or Or select > Services > Say a Command. Display the Create Message screen with the contact you have 2. At the voice prompt, say a spoken. command and simply follow Contact the voice prompts. display the contact information The following list shows available stored in the address book.

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    Memo Connectivity Bluetooth Using Mobile Web...

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    Bluetooth Bluetooth Icon Bluetooth technology enables Icon free wireless connections between electronic devices within a maximum range of 33 feet (10 meters). Bluetooth connections can be used to send images, text, business cards, calendar events, or to connect to computers using Bluetooth technology.

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    Naming the phone For example, if you received contacts information from the 1. Select sender, it will be saved in your Bluetooth phone’s memory. 2. Select 1. After pairing with the target 3. Enter the new name and device, select Options >...

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    Phone status 2. Select Normal, This menu allows you to view Silent, Phone Number, Signal Strength Suppression. Battery Remaining. 3. Select Menu Settings 1. Select > > selected option. Phone Status. 4. Select an option for each field Sounds & alerts and select Save.

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    Memo Calls and address book with Advanced Mode Making, receiving and ending a call Call settings Checking all calls Speed dialing Using address book Using your headset Service and fixed dialing number Caller identification...

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    Advanced Mode offers additional Once the call is completed, a call features and functionality summary is displayed. associated with making calls and Rejecting a call using address book. Press E or select Ignore. Making, receiving and Making a call using the call ending a call list Your phone logs up to 20...

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    Replying to a missed call note: For answering a second call, you 1. Press S to display the calls should activate (Select list. Waiting 2. Select Missed Calls pressing L/R. Putting a call on hold and 3. Select a number to call by returning pressing U/D.

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    Finding a name manually in Sending a message during a address book call 1. Press U/D. 1. Select Message. Viewing the details of For details on creating a text highlighted entry in address message, see page 106. book Mobile Web 1.

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    Recent Calls Missed 2. Select > 2. Select Calls. Ranking. Viewing received calls Deleting call logs 1. Select Menu > My Stuff > 1. Select Tools. Tools. 2. Select Recent Calls > 2. Select Received Calls. Call 3. Select Viewing dialed calls Received 1.

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    Total Info: You can view all Setting speed dial • Sent, Received, Total 1. Select Duration transmitted data in Settings. Kilobytes. 2. Select Clear Logs: The default • entry and select Add. password is ‘1234’. 3. Select a contact > Select. Speed dialing Changing speed dial contact 1.

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    4. To update information, select 3. You can send the contact Options > Edit Contact. using Calling from contact list Deleting a contact 1. Press D or select 1. Press D or select Menu > Address Book > Contacts. Address Book 2.

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    While the phone is closed Viewing fixed dialing number 1. Press the button once to list receive an incoming call. Fixed dialing number is a service 2. Press and hold the button that limits your access to specific once to end the call. numbers in the address book list recorded on the SIM.

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    Memo Messaging with Advanced Mode P2000 Receiving messages Creating and sending text messages Creating multimedia messages Message templates Message settings Managing messaging memory Email Using instant messenger...

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    Saving the contact When your phone is set to Advanced Mode, you can information from a received use additional features and message functionality associated with 1. Select a received message > messaging. View. 2. Select Receiving messages 3. Select Viewing a new message Update 1.

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    Creating and sending 6. To view the sent message, text messages select Conversations. Sending a text message note: All successfully sent messages 1. Press U or select Menu > will be saved in Messaging Create > messages failed to be sent will be saved Message.

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    Adding a new picture to the 7. To edit the text message, press U/D to select the text message box and edit your message. 1. Press U or select Menu > 8. Select Messaging > Create Select Message. For details on taking a picture, 2.

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    Send to 9. Select > a contact > 5. To preview the message, Select > Send. select Current For details on recording a video, see page 124. 6. Select the voice memo or select Adding a recorded voice Stop memo to the message page.

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    Message templates 2. Enter a message. 3. Select Insert > Other Files > When you often use the same Other Files. phrases, you can save the 4. Select a file and select Select. message under message 5. To preview the message, templates.

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    Setting receiving options for 3. Select a profile and select Select. multimedia message 1. Select Setting sending options for Settings. multimedia message 2. Select 1. Select Menu > Messaging > > Receiving Settings Settings. Automatic 2. Select Multimedia Message > 3.

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    Viewing memory space Icon Descriptions information Text message is full (SIM and phone messages). 1. Select Used Moving a message to SIM 2. Press L/R to view Menu Messaging 1. Select > > Phone Conversations. Options 2. Select a message > >...

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    Memo Multimedia with Advanced Mode Camera Photo album Video album Audio album Music player Music player settings Media player Other files Managing memory Playing games AppCenter...

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    In Advanced Mode, you can use the full features of multimedia that P2030 offers. Camera You can take pictures and record movies using the built-in camera. The photos and video clips can be saved and sent via multimedia messages, Online Locker, or Bluetooth.

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    Video camera options Zoom in and out 1. Press U/D. Icon Name Descriptions It ranges from 1 x to 4 x. Auto ( ), Day Light White ), Tungsten ( Increasing or decreasing the Balance Fluorescent ( brightness Normal ( ), Sepia 1.

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    After taking pictures Recording a video 1. Select To Press > Video Send using Options > Send > as Multimedia 2. Focus on the object. a multimedia Message 3. Press @ or Q , or select message Options > Send >...

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    During recording a video clip memory card, and share the photos with others. JPEG format To Press is supported, and other formats Receive S or are saved in the an incoming call note: To access Picture, select Pause and record Pause My Stuff continuously...

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    Viewing a file information Playing the saved video clips Menu My Stuff 1. Select > > 1. Select Picture > Camera. Video. 2. Select a picture. 2. Select a video clip. Options > Properties. 3. Select Play. 3. Select Using video player controls Video album Video menu allows you to...

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    Select Listening to the recorded 3. Select to select more than one video clip file. sound Deselect 4. Select to cancel 1. Select your selection. Audio 5. Select Options > Delete. 2. Select a recorded sound. 3. Select Play. Audio album Using audio player controls Audio menu allows you to...

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    Music player Adding music from Windows Media Player™ The Music Player is an application that can play MP3 and audio files. 1. Connect the USB cable to the device and the computer. The supported file formats are MIDI, i-Melody, MP3, AMR, WAV, 2.

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    3. Input Playlist Name and select 3. Select Save. Artists Music, Albums, 4. Select 4. Select a music file(s) > Artists or Genres. > Done. 5. Select a music file(s) and 5. To remove tracks from the Select select to add to the playlist, select Remove Tracks playlist.

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    Deleting music Listening the radio Menu AT&T Music 1. Select > > 1. Select Music Player. AT&T Music, 2. Select a category (All Using music identification Playlists, Albums, Artists, 1. Select Genres) > Select. Shazam. 3. Select a file. 3. Hold the phone close to 4.

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    Sound and video can be protected by Video copyright. It is illegal to copy such sound image / video tracks for the purpose of selling or distribution. Pantech does not in any Volume way support the unauthorized use of controls content on your phone media player.

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    Setting Mobile Video Viewing the list of the files Menu My Stuff Tools 1. Select > > 1. Select > Media Player > Settings. Other 2. Select a profile or select Managing memory Options > Create. Viewing memory status Other files 1.

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    Shopping Games Menu My Stuff 1. Select > > Games > Shop Games. Shopping Wallpapers Menu My Stuff 1. Select > > Picture > Shop Wallpapers. Shopping Videos Menu My Stuff 1. Select > > Video Shop Videos. > Shopping Music 1.

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    In Advanced Mode, you can note: You can also access Calendar by pressing C in standby mode. utilize all useful features that Month P2030 provides. In the monthly view Calendar Calendar helps you manage your another day schedule including your time for calls or another week special days.

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    Pill Reminder For details on taking picture, see page 122. Pill Reminder sets 3. Input your schedule to 4. Select take pill, and alarm 5. Set a desired time > pop-up will appear 6. Select on the setting time. You can select to 7.

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    Calculator Tip calculator Menu 1. Select > 1. Select My Stuff > Tools > Stuff Calculator. Calculator. 2. Input the numbers 2. Enter the values with the numeric for all the variable keypad and enter fields (Bill($), the operators with L/R/ Tip(%), Split) and then the U/D/@ to calculate.

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    Voice 5. To place a note on wallpaper, select a note and select 5. Select Options Place on > memo. Wallpaper. Listening the recorded 6. If you want remove the note sound from wallpaper, select the 1. Select Options note and select >...

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    Timer Say a Command Menu My Stuff Tools 1. Select > > Your phone is equipped with > Timer. an Advanced Voice Command 2. Select and input the (AVC) feature. This feature allows you to make calls or use the hours, minutes and seconds.

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    Readout Mode • Announces highlighted items in Menus as user navigates the Readout Mode makes your phone phone a useful companion when • Announces numbers as they you can’t or don’t have the ability are pressed on keypad to read the phone screen. •...

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    When your phone is set to Your mobile phone supports: Advanced Mode, you can • Connect to PC to access internet. use functionality associated • Connect to Hands-Free. with connectivity and set the • Connect to electronic devices. connection profiles. Bluetooth Icon Bluetooth Icon...

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    Receiving files Setting the visibility The receipt should be approved 1. Select before receiving a file(s). Connectivity Visibility. The received file(s) will be saved in the corresponding folder. 2. Select For example, if you received 3. Select OK. contacts information from the Naming the phone sender, it will be saved in your 1.

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    Entering web address 2. Select Screen, Thumbnail, Cache, Menu My Stuff 1. Select > > Cookies Applications > Browser > Enter Address. 3. Select an option > Select. 2. Enter the URL. Managing private data 3. Select Go. 1. Select Applications Viewing history Manage...

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    Editing profiles Deleting profiles Menu My Stuff 1. Select > > 1. Select Applications > Browser > Applications Manage > Profiles. Manage 2. Select a profile > Options > 2. Select a profile > Edit. Delete 3. Edit the parameters and note: The default profile cannot be select Save.

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    In Advanced Mode, you can 2. Select change and customize sounds Time Format settings, call handling, display settings, security settings, and 3. Select an option > Select. other settings associated with note: Only when setting Auto Update to your phone. Off, you can set Time and Date.

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    3. Select Select. Setting the color theme 1. Select Setting the home screen Display Menu Settings 1. Select > > 2. Select Display > Home Screen. 3. Select Save. Clock Type or Text. 2. Select Setting font style 3. Select an option or adjust values.

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    Menu Settings 1. Select > > 2. Select Security > > Lock. 3. Enter PIN2 code and select 2. Select and enter PIN code. 3. Select OK. For details on fixed dialing, see page 100. note: To change the PIN code, select Menu >...

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    Master Clear 3 Select > > Yes. The teletypewriter (TTY) is a note: It will reset your phone to its telecommunications device default setting and delete all personal that allows people who are deaf data. The default password is ‘1234’. or hard of hearing, or who have Resetting the external speech or language disabilities,...

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    Memo Appendix Alert message Troubleshooting checklist Safety information Safety precautions About the battery usage FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility (HAC) regulations for wireless devices FCC regulatory compliance Warranty Speaker Phone & Noise Canel Dynamic Noise Suppression from Audience earSmart™ technology...

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    Alert message When the “Messages full” message appears: If you experience any problem The received or saved messages while using your mobile phone, are full in your phone memory. please refer to the following You need to delete the message checklist.

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    When the other party cannot When your mobile phone does hear you speaking: not turn on: Your phone may be set to MUTE. Make sure your battery is Disable the MUTE function. Or charged. Check to see if your your hand may be covering the phone works while recharging microphone located below the the battery.

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    – Do not try to dry your phone Safety information in a microwave oven. If not, The following list shows how to sparks can occur and cause an maintain your mobile phone, explosion or fire. together with precautions to – Do not use or store your mobile take.

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    select Flight Mode on (select Switch off in restricted areas Menu > Settings > Profiles > Always switch your phone off in Flight Mode in Advanced Mode. areas where mobile phone use is In Breeze Mode, select Menu > restricted. Settings >...

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    – Do not use a damaged battery – Dispose of and recycle used or charger. batteries in accordance – Do not disassemble or open with local regulations. Do crush, bend or deform, not dispose of batteries by puncture or shred. burning;...

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    you use. – To prevent injury or burns, – Battery life inevitably shortens ensure that no metal objects over time. come into contact with the + and – terminals of the battery. – Use an authorized battery and charger only. –...

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    • M-Ratings: Phones rated M3 or their hearing devices. Not all phones have been rated. Phones M4 meet FCC requirements that are rated have the rating on and are likely to generate less their box or a label located on the interference to hearing devices box.

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    FCC Regulatory in Section 20.19 of the FCC Rules. The HAC rating and Compliance measurement procedure are FCC Regulatory Compliance described in the American This device complies with Part National Standards Institute 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation (ANSI) C63.19 standard. is subject to the following two To ensure that the Hearing Aid conditions: (1) this device may...

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    can radiate radio frequency Reorient or relocate the receiving energy and, if not installed antenna. and used in accordance with Increase the separation between the instructions, may cause the equipment and receiver. harmful interference to radio Connect the equipment into communications.

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    Warranty Some of these products may not be compatible to use with Protect Your Warranty your Pantech product and may Read your Warranty carefully, damage the unit or cause it to with the special consideration to malfunction. paragraph seven of the Limited If service is required on your Warranty for your unit.

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    Company’s option, 12 Month Limited Warranty without charge for parts or labor directly related to the defect(s). Pantech Wireless, Inc. (the Company) warrants to the The antenna, keypad, display, original retail purchaser of this rechargeable battery and...

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    To locate Pantech Authorized operation of the cellular system Service Center, call: (800) 962- as a whole. 8622 or email HandsetHelp@ Pantech.com.

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    For all other inquiry, write to: In this position, the higher- PANTECH WIRELESS, INC. performing advanced noise 5607 Glenridge Dr. Suite 500 suppression utilizing two Atlanta, GA 30342 microphones (one located...

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    Dynamic Noise keypad) will be used. Suppression from • If you prefer to not hold the phone (e.g. to place it on your Audience desk or in the cup holder of your Your phone is equipped with an car) while it is being used in advanced voice processing chip speakerphone mode, the phone that delivers clear mobile calls by...

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    environment. removes background noise – from both ends of a call. earSmart technology uses the science of human hearing to • It also automatically equalizes distinguish sounds, identify your and adjusts voice volume so voice and suppress surrounding you can hear and talk naturally, noise, for clear conversations even in the noisiest places.

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  • bob May 30, 2013 12:04:
    tried doing a reset no luck so far any ideas would be helpful or where I can find it in the manual which I do have all 201 pages
  • bob May 30, 2013 12:09:
    can't seem to figure out how to disable the call forwarding on this little phone
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