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Motorola 280 User Manual

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    Welcome Welcome to the world of Motorola digital wireless communications! We are pleased that you have chosen the Motorola Model 280 wireless phone. Power Key Earpiece Headset Jack Insert headset accessory. Volume Keys Adjust earpiece and ringer volume. Left Soft Key Perform functions identified by left...

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    (Canada) MOTOROLA, the Stylized M Logo and all other trademarks indicated as such herein are trademarks of Motorola, Inc. ® Reg. U.S. Pat. & Tm. Off. TrueSync, Sidekick, Starfish and the Stylized Starfish Logo are registered trademarks of Starfish Software, Inc., a wholly owned independent subsidiary of Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 5: Menu Map

    Menu Map Main Menu • Recent Calls • Received Calls • Dialed Calls • Notepad • Call Times • Call Cost • Service Dial • Fixed Dial • Phonebook • Datebook • Quick Dial • Radio • Messages • Voicemail •...

  • Page 6: Settings Menu

    Settings Menu • Ring/Vibrate • Alert • Alert Detail • My Tones • Call Forward • Voice Calls • Fax Calls • Data Calls • Cancel All • Forward Status • Phone Status • My Tel. Numbers • Credit Info/Available •...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Menu Map ........3 About This Guide .

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    Dialing With Speed Dial ......38 Dialing With 1-Touch Dial ......38 Dialing a Number In a Text Message .

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    Editing a Phonebook Entry ......93 Deleting a Phonebook Entry ..... . . 94 Copying Phonebook Entries Between the Phone and SIM Card Checking Phonebook Capacity .

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    Sending a Quick Note Text Message ....118 Viewing the Status of Sent Text Messages ... 120 Shortcuts.

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    Hands-Free Use ....... 152 Data and Fax Calls ......155 Connecting Your Phone to an External Device .

  • Page 12: About This Guide

    Using Your Phone’s Features This user guide introduces you to the many features in your Motorola wireless phone. A reference guide for your phone is also available that explains the phone’s features in more detail. To obtain a copy of the reference guide or another copy of this user guide, see the Motorola Web site at: (United States)

  • Page 13: Optional Features

    SIM card, and/or subscription-dependent features. These features may not be offered by all service providers in all geographical areas. Contact your service provider for information about availability. Optional Accessories Features marked with this label require the use of an optional Motorola Original™ accessory.

  • Page 14: Safety And General Information

    0.0 watts to 0.80 watts in digital mode for the 1900MHz band. Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy Your Motorola phone is designed to comply with the following national and international standards and guidelines regarding exposure of human beings to radio frequency electromagnetic energy (EME): •...

  • Page 15: Antenna Care

    Safety and General Information • American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992 • Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95.1-1999 Edition • National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) of the United States, Report 86, 1986 •...

  • Page 16: Phone Operation

    To maintain compliance with FCC/Health Canada RF exposure guidelines, if you wear a phone on your body when transmitting, always place the phone in a Motorola-supplied or approved clip, holder, holster, case, or body harness for this product. Use of non-Motorola-approved accessories may exceed FCC/Health Canada RF exposure guidelines.

  • Page 17: Approved Accessories

    Safety and General Information Approved Accessories For a list of approved Motorola accessories, visit our website at . Electromagnetic Interference/ Compatibility Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility.

  • Page 18: Safety And General

    Safety and General Information independent research by, and recommendations of, the United States Food and Drug Administration. Persons with pacemakers should: • ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches (15 centimeters) from your pacemaker when the phone is turned ON. •...

  • Page 19: Operational Warnings

    Safety and General Information When using your phone while driving, please: • give full attention to driving and to the road. • use hands-free operation, if available. • pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving conditions so require. Operational Warnings For Vehicles With an Air Bag Do not place a portable phone in the area over an air bag or in...

  • Page 20: Blasting Caps And Areas

    Safety and General Information advised to turn off your vehicle engine. Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres are often but not always posted. Blasting Caps and Areas To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn OFF your phone when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area, or in areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio.”...

  • Page 21: Getting Started

    Your digital wireless phone typically comes equipped with a battery and a charger. Other accessory options can customize your phone for maximum performance and portability. To purchase Motorola Original™ accessories, please contact the Motorola Customer Call Center at 1-800-331-6456 in the United States or 1-800-461-4575 in Canada.

  • Page 22: Installing The Battery

    Getting Started Do This 2 Slide the SIM card door to the left and lift open. 3 Insert the SIM card into the SIM card door with the notch in the upper right corner and the gold plate facing down. 4 Close the SIM card door and slide it to the right to lock the SIM card in...

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    Getting Started Your phone is designed to be used only with Motorola Original batteries and accessories. We recommend that you store batteries in their protective cases when not in use. Do This 1 Remove the battery from its protective clear plastic case.

  • Page 24: Removing The Battery

    Getting Started Removing the Battery Do This 1 Push down the battery door release latch, then slide the door down and lift off. 2 Pull down the battery release latch. 3 Pull up on the battery and remove it from the phone.

  • Page 25: Charging The Battery

    Getting Started Charging the Battery Before you can use your phone, you need to install and charge the battery. Do This 1 Plug the travel charger into your phone with the release tab facing up. 2 Plug the other end of the travel charger into the appropriate electrical outlet.

  • Page 26: Turning Your Phone On

    Getting Started Turning Your Phone On Do This 1 Press and hold (the power key) Power 2 If necessary, enter your SIM card PIN code and press 3 If necessary, enter your four-digit unlock code and press turn on your phone unlock your SIM card Caution: If you enter an incorrect PIN code three times in...

  • Page 27: Sending A Call

    Getting Started Sending a Call To call a number, your phone must be turned on, have a SIM card inserted, be unlocked, and have a network connection with adequate signal strength. Press 1 keypad keys (send key) Note: You can make an emergency call even when the phone is locked, or when a SIM card is not inserted.

  • Page 28: Receiving A Call

    Getting Started Receiving a Call To receive a call, your phone must be turned on, have a SIM card inserted, and have a network connection with adequate signal strength. If your phone is locked, you must unlock the phone to answer the call.

  • Page 29: About Your Phone

    About Your Phone See page 1 for a diagram of your phone that describes basic phone components. Display The top section of the display shows phone status indicators. The following illustration shows some of the common indicators that you may see at the top of the display when using your phone. Messages, phone numbers, and menu options appear in the middle of the display.

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    About Your Phone — In Use Indicator – Signal Strength Indicator ➓ Alert Setting Indicator ž Clock – Signal Strength Indicator Shows the strength of your phone’s connection with the network. Strong You cannot send or receive calls when the “no signal” indicator is displayed.

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    About Your Phone ˜ Roam Indicator Appears when your phone uses another network system outside your home network. When you leave your home network area, your phone roams or seeks another network. ™ Message Waiting Indicator Appears when your phone receives a text message. š...

  • Page 32: Changing The Zoom Setting

    About Your Phone  Menu Indicator Indicates that you can press a menu. See “Using the Menu” on page 48. ž Clock Shows the current time. ➓ Alert Setting Indicator Shows the current selected alert profile. The default alert setting is a ringer. Loud ring Vibrate Silent...

  • Page 33: 4-way Navigation Key

    About Your Phone phone’s earpiece and ringer volume, and to mute the incoming call alert. When you are in a call the idle display is showing You can also use the volume keys to scroll up or down through menus and lists. To change keypad volume, see “Customize an Alert Profile”...

  • Page 34: Battery Use

    Caution: To prevent injuries or burns, do not allow metal objects to contact or short-circuit the battery terminals. To maximize your battery’s performance: • Always use Motorola Original™ batteries and battery chargers. The phone warranty does not cover damage caused from using non-Motorola batteries and/or battery chargers.

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    About Your Phone The rechargeable batteries that power this product must be disposed of properly and may need to be recycled. Refer to your battery’s label for battery type. Contact your local recycling center for proper disposal methods. Never dispose of batteries in a fire because they may explode.

  • Page 36: Sending And Receiving Calls

    Sending and Receiving Calls For basic instructions on how to send a call, end a call, and receive a call, see pages 25–26 of the “Getting Started” section. This chapter describes features that help you send and receive calls with your phone. For information about other call-related phone functions, see “Recent Calls”...

  • Page 37: Caller Id

    Sending and Receiving Calls You must turn on automatic redial to use this feature. See the “Auto Redial” option on page 76 to turn on automatic redial. When automatic redial is turned off, you can manually activate the feature to redial a phone number. When you hear a busy Call Failed signal and see the Press...

  • Page 38: Returning An Unanswered Call

    Sending and Receiving Calls Returning an Unanswered Call Your phone keeps a record of your unanswered calls. When you cannot answer a call, your phone displays: • the (missed call) indicator X Missed Calls • the message of missed calls Press VIEW Dialing an Emergency Number...

  • Page 39: Entering Numbers In The Notepad

    Sending and Receiving Calls To call the emergency number at any time: Press 1 keypad keys Entering Numbers in the Notepad Your phone stores the most recent string of digits entered on the keypad in a temporary memory location called the notepad . These digits can be the last phone number that you called, or a phone number that you simply entered but did not call.

  • Page 40: Dialing With Speed Dial

    Sending and Receiving Calls Dialing With Speed Dial The speed dial feature lets you dial any phonebook entry with a minimal number of keypresses. Whenever you store an entry in your phonebook, the entry is assigned a unique speed dial number. If you know the speed dial number for the phonebook entry you want to call, you can use the speed dial feature.

  • Page 41: Dialing A Number In A Text Message

    Sending and Receiving Calls Note: You must specify which phone number list you want to use with this feature: phone memory phonebook, or SIM card phonebook. See “1-Touch Dial Preference” on page 99. Dialing a Number In a Text Message If you receive a text message with an embedded phone number, you can dial the number directly.

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    Sending and Receiving Calls To insert the local international access code: Do This Press for two seconds While dialing (with digits visible in the display): Do This Press Attach Number > Press Hide ID Show ID > Press Send Message >...

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    Sending and Receiving Calls Do This Press and then scroll to and select one of the following: Insert Pause • (to insert a Insert Wait • (to insert a Insert 'n' • (to insert an insert a special character for calls that require you to send additional digits (for example, to make a calling card call, or to retrieve messages from an...

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    Sending and Receiving Calls You can also call numbers using these features: Do This Press and release the voice key on the right side of your phone and say the entry’s name (in two seconds). Service Dial Press > > entry to call Fixed Dial Press >...

  • Page 45: Using Features While On A Call

    Using Features While On a Call Using Call Waiting If you subscribe to call waiting, an alert tone sounds while you are on a call to indicate that you have received a second call. To put the first call on hold and answer the second call: Press SWITCH LINK...

  • Page 46: Making A Conference Call

    Using Features While On a Call Making a Conference Call To talk to more than one person on a call, you can make a conference call. Call the first person, call the second person, then link the two calls. Press 1 keypad keys HOLD (if available)

  • Page 47: Transferring A Call

    Using Features While On a Call Transferring a Call While you are on a call, you can transfer the call to another phone by first talking to the person who answers the other phone, or by directly transferring the call. Announce the Call Transfer You can talk to the person who answers the other phone before you transfer the call, to tell them whom you are transferring.

  • Page 48: Additional On-call Features

    Using Features While On a Call Do Not Announce the Call Transfer You can directly transfer a call without talking to the person who answers. Find the Feature Press 1 keypad keys Additional On-Call Features While you are on a call, you can perform the following tasks: Do This HOLD Press...

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    Using Features While On a Call Do This Messages Press > Datebook Press > Press Other Information > view or send messages from the message center view your schedule of events stored in the datebook view a list of feature specifications for your phone...

  • Page 50: Using The Menu

    Using the Menu Navigating to a Feature You can access many of your phone’s features by using these keys to move through the menu system: Volume Keys Scroll up or down through menus and lists. Left Soft Key Left Soft Key Perform the Perform the function shown...

  • Page 51: Selecting A Feature Option

    Using the Menu This guide shows you how to navigate to a specific menu feature as follows: Find the Feature The > symbol means that you should scroll to and select the feature. This example shows that you must press Recent Calls and select to see the dialed calls list.

  • Page 52: Entering Feature Information

    Using the Menu Select an item by highlighting it. Use one of the following approaches: • Press to scroll up or down to the item you want. • In a numbered list, press a number key to highlight the item. •...

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    Using the Menu • Enter numbers or text with the keypad. (See “Entering Text” on page 53.) • When an item has a list of possible values, press left or right to scroll through and select a value. • When an item has a list of possible numeric values, press a number key to set the value.

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    Using the Menu When you enter text, the flashing cursor changes to a block cursor , and the soft key functions change: Block cursor indicates Msg: current highlighted character. DELETE After two seconds, the block cursor reverts to a flashing cursor and moves to the next position.

  • Page 55: Entering Text

    Entering Text Various text entry methods make it easy for you to enter names, numbers, and text messages on your phone. You can enter all characters (letters, numbers, and symbols) using the standard tap method. Other text modes let you easily enter numbers and symbols, or insert text already stored on your phone.

  • Page 56: Tap Method

    Tap Method Tap method is the default standard mode for entering text on your phone. To activate tap method from any text entry screen, press Tap Method and select the To enter text using the tap method: Do This 1 Press a number key one or more times 2 Continue to press...

  • Page 57: General Text Entry Rules

    General Text Entry Rules Use the keypad to enter letters, numbers, symbols, and other characters with the tap method. Press the same key repeatedly to cycle through available characters (see the “Character Chart” on page 56): Press a number key to enter text at flashing cursor location.

  • Page 58: Character Chart

    • If you do not press a key for two seconds, the character in the block cursor is accepted, and the cursor moves to the next position. • The first character of every sentence is capitalized unless you manually change it. (Press character to lowercase while it is highlighted by the block cursor.) Character Chart...

  • Page 59: Symbol Mode

    Symbol Mode Your phone provides an alternate way to find and enter symbol characters in a text message. You can view and select from a variety of available symbols. To activate symbol mode from any text entry screen, press Symbol and select the To enter a symbol in symbol mode: Do This...

  • Page 60: Predictive Text Entry With Itap™ Software

    Symbol Chart Use this chart as a guide for entering symbols in symbol mode. Predictive Text Entry with iTAP™ Software iTAP™ software provides a predictive text entry method that lets you enter the letters of a word using only one keypress per letter. You must activate iTAP software prior to entering letters.

  • Page 61: Enter Words

    Enter Words To enter a word with iTAP software: Do This 1 Press a number key one time 2 Press number keys (one per letter) 3 When you have entered all the letters of the word, press 4 Press SELECT Entering Text enter the first letter of the word The letters associated with the key...

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    For example, to spell the word “act,” press display shows: Flashing cursor Msg: indicates insertion point. DELETE DELETE Press clear the last letter entered. Enter Novel Words You may enter a word that is not in the iTAP software dictionary. If you enter all the letters of a word but the word is not displayed: Do This...

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    Do This SELECT 3 Press then press left 4 Continue entering letters and highlighting letter combinations Punctuation The iTAP software automatically adds a space after each word. When you enter punctuation, this space is removed. To enter punctuation with iTAP software: Press Capitalization The first word of a sentence is automatically capitalized, with...

  • Page 64: Enter Numbers

    Enter Numbers To enter a number with iTAP software: Do This 1 Enter the first digit and then highlight 2 Press number keys add digits to the number 3 Press SELECT Delete Letters and Words Place the cursor to the right of the text that you want to delete, and then do the following: Do This DELETE...

  • Page 65: Menu Feature Descriptions

    Motorola Web site at: (United States) (Canada) or contact the Motorola Customer Call Center at 1-800-331-6456 (United States) or 1-800-461-4575 (Canada). Main Menu ECENT ALLS Received Calls View a list of recently received calls.

  • Page 66: Call Cost

    Menu Feature Descriptions Notepad Call or store the last number entered on the keypad. See “Entering Numbers in the Notepad” on page 37, and “Using the Notepad” on page 82. Call Times View call timers that track time spent on your last call, dialed calls, received calls, all calls since reset, and all calls total.

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    Menu Feature Descriptions Fixed dial list entries can be any length. If there is a fixed dial entry for the digits 555, users can call any number that starts with 555. You must enter your SIM PIN2 code to edit fixed dial entries.

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    Menu Feature Descriptions ADIO Listen to FM radio stations with the optional Motorola Original™ FM Stereo Radio Headset accessory. This menu feature is displayed only when the FM Stereo Radio Headset is plugged into the accessory connector port on your phone. See “Radio” on page 106.

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    Menu Feature Descriptions Outbox Drafts HORTCUTS Create keypad or voice shortcuts to menu features. See “Shortcuts” on page 121. OICE OTES Use the voice key to record messages and phone calls. See “Voice Notes” on page 125. Note: Recording phone calls is subject to varying state and federal laws regarding privacy and recording of conversations.

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    Menu Feature Descriptions ALCULATOR Use your phone as a calculator or currency converter. See “Calculator” on page 133. AMES Play games on your phone. See “Games” on page 136. Settings Menu IBRATE Alert Select a ring or vibration alert profile for incoming calls and messages.

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    Menu Feature Descriptions ORWARD Set options for forwarding incoming voice, data, and/or fax calls to another phone number. See “Call Forwarding” on page 149. HONE TATUS My Tel. Numbers View, enter, and edit information about your name and phone number. Credit Info View the credit available, its expiration date, and the date of the last deposit.

  • Page 72: Battery Meter

    Menu Feature Descriptions Active Line Change the active phone line to send and receive calls from either of the available numbers. (This menu option is available only for dual-line enabled SIM cards.) Battery Meter View a detailed battery charge meter. Other Information View your phone’s feature specifications (if available from the service provider).

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    Menu Feature Descriptions ROWSER ETUP Adjust the micro-browser’s network connection settings, or create a new network connection profile. ETUP Set the features that are active during a call, such as the in-call timer, call waiting, and call answering options. In-Call Timer Adjust call timer your timer to beep at a selected interval during your calls.

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    Menu Feature Descriptions Credit Available Call Cost Setup Adjust call cost settings. You can specify a credit limit so that the phone displays your remaining credit during calls. Your phone notifies you when you approach your limit, and ends the call when you reach it.

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    Menu Feature Descriptions Use this feature prior to making a call when you want to talk and then send or receive a fax—all to the same phone number and within the same call. You can also use the talk then fax feature to send a fax during a call.

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    Menu Feature Descriptions Lock Application Lock and unlock specific phone applications (such as phonebook or datebook). When an application is locked, users must enter the unlock code to use the application. Fixed Dial Restrict outgoing calls to numbers on the fixed dial list.

  • Page 77: Initial Setup

    Menu Feature Descriptions THER ETTINGS Personalize Set several personal phone options: Main Menu Keys Greeting Quick Dial Initial Setup Set many basic phone options: Time and Date 1-Touch Dial Settings > Other Settings > Personalize > Change the order of the main menu. See “Reordering Menu Items”...

  • Page 78: Setting Display

    Menu Feature Descriptions Auto Redial Backlight Zoom Scroll Animation Language Battery Save Contrast Setting Use this option to turn on or turn off the automatic redial feature. When you turn on automatic redial, your phone automatically redials calls that fail due to busy conditions.

  • Page 79: Other Settings

    Menu Feature Descriptions DTMF Master Reset Master Clear Network Your service provider registers your phone to a network. You can view information about the current Your phone can send a number to the network as dual tone multi-frequency (DTMF) tones. DTMF tones are used to communicate with automated systems that require you to enter a number such as a code, password, or credit...

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    Menu Feature Descriptions network, change how your phone searches for a network, specify your preferred networks, activate alerts that indicate when a call is dropped or network registration changes, and change your phone’s frequency band setting for different geographical regions (1900 MHz or 900/1800 MHz). Network Setup Use the band setting if you travel from regions using 1900 MHz...

  • Page 81: Recent Calls

    Recent Calls You can use the recent calls menu to view received calls or dialed calls, retrieve the last number stored in the notepad, and view or reset call times and costs. Viewing the Received Calls or Dialed Calls List Your phone keeps lists of the numbers from calls you recently received and dialed, even if the calls did not connect.

  • Page 82: Delete All

    Press Last Calls Menu Option Store Delete Delete All Recent Calls call the entry’s number Tip: Press and hold seconds to send the entry number as DTMF tones. To activate DTMF tones, see the “DTMF” option on page 77. view the entry’s details if appears above the the entry’s details in the phonebook if Store...

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    Recent Calls Option Description Hide ID Show ID Hide (or show) your caller ID for the next call. Send Message Create a new text message, with the selected number in the “Sending a Text Message” on page 116. Add Digits Add digits to the end of the selected number.

  • Page 84: Using The Notepad

    Using the Notepad Your phone uses a notepad to store the most recent string of digits entered—either for a phone number that you called or for a number that you entered but did not call. To call the number, create a phonebook entry, or perform other operations with the number stored in the notepad: Find the Feature Press...

  • Page 85: Viewing And Resetting Call Timers

    Viewing and Resetting Call Timers Your phone tracks and records call times. Use the recent calls menu to view and reset a call timer. Network connection time is the elapsed time from the moment you connect to your service provider's network to the moment you end the call by pressing and ringing.

  • Page 86: Viewing And Resetting Call Costs

    To view a call timer: Find the Feature Press SELECT To reset the call timer: Press RESET Viewing and Resetting Call Costs Your phone network can provide the following cost information: Cost Tracker Credit Available Recent Calls Recent Calls > Call Times >...

  • Page 87: All Calls

    Recent Calls Cost Tracker Description Expiration Date Date that the available credit expires (available only with a subscription to a prepay option). Last Deposit Amount of the last deposit (available only with a subscription to a prepay option). Last Call Amount spent on the last call you dialed or received.

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    To reset the cost tracker: Press RESET Recent Calls reset the cost (if available) enter your PIN2 code to confirm the reset...

  • Page 89: Phonebook

    Phonebook You can store a list of names and phone numbers in your phone’s electronic phonebook. You can view these entries and call them directly from your phone. To see the list of names stored in your phonebook, press Phonebook >...

  • Page 90: Storing A Phonebook Entry

    Storing a Phonebook Entry A phone number is required for a phonebook entry. All other information is optional. You can store a phonebook entry on your phone or on the SIM card. Entries with a speed dial number from 1 to 500 are stored on the phone.

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    Phonebook Press 5 keypad keys CHANGE SELECT RECORD Go to step 11 if you do not want to record a voice name for the entry CHANGE enter the phone number store the phone number Type select Note: This option is not available for entries stored on the SIM card.

  • Page 92: Complete Phonebook Entry

    Press keypad keys SELECT Complete Phonebook Entry When you are finished entering information for a phonebook entry: Press DONE Phonebook enter a different speed number, if desired Note: Entries with a speed dial number from 1 to 500 are stored on the phone.

  • Page 93: Recording A Voice Name For A Phonebook Entry

    Recording a Voice Name For a Phonebook Entry You can record a voice name when you create a new phonebook entry, or when you edit a previously stored phonebook entry. This lets you use voice dial to call the number without dialing (see “Voice Dial”...

  • Page 94: Dialing A Phonebook Entry

    Do This 6 Press and release the voice key on the right side of your phone and say the entry’s name (in two seconds) 7 Press the voice key and repeat the name DONE 8 Press Dialing a Phonebook Entry You can use the phonebook list, voice dial, speed dial, or 1-touch dial to call a number stored in your phonebook.

  • Page 95: Editing A Phonebook Entry

    Voice Dial To call a number using voice dial: Do This Press and release the voice key on the right side of your phone and say the entry’s name (in two seconds). Editing a Phonebook Entry You can edit a phonebook entry stored on your phone or the SIM card.

  • Page 96: Deleting A Phonebook Entry

    Edit a phonebook entry or fixed dial entry by following the procedures described in “Storing a Phonebook Entry” on page 88. Deleting a Phonebook Entry To delete a phonebook entry: Find the Feature Press SELECT Copying Phonebook Entries Between the Phone and SIM Card You can copy one or more phonebook entries from your phone to the SIM card or from the SIM card to your phone.

  • Page 97: Copy A Single Entry

    Copy a Single Entry To copy a single phonebook entry from your phone to the SIM card or from the SIM card to your phone: Find the Feature Press SELECT 5 keypad keys Phonebook Phonebook > scroll to the entry you want to copy Note: Entries with a speed dial number from 1 to 500 are stored on the phone.

  • Page 98: Copy Multiple Entries

    Copy Multiple Entries To copy multiple phonebook entries from your phone to the SIM card or from the SIM card to your phone: Find the Feature Press SELECT CHANGE 6 keypad keys CHANGE Phonebook Phonebook > Phonebook Menu open the Copy Entries scroll to Copy Entries...

  • Page 99: Checking Phonebook Capacity

    Press keypad keys CHANGE keypad keys DONE Checking Phonebook Capacity You can check phonebook capacity to see how much memory space is left for storing phonebook entries on your phone and on the SIM card. For entries stored on the phone, your phone displays a memory meter that shows how much memory space remains to store phonebook and datebook entries.

  • Page 100: Synchronizing With Truesync Software

    (the standard), name, or voice dial. Phonebook Phonebook Menu open the Phone Capacity scroll to SIM Capacity Phone Capacity select SIM Capacity Your phone displays the phone memory meter, or the number of SIM card phonebook entries available. software, a Motorola accessory product. See...

  • Page 101: Touch Dial Preference

    Tip: The voice dial sort is identical to the name sort, except that the entries with voice name tags appear first. Find the Feature Press SELECT CHANGE SELECT 1-Touch Dial Preference Your phone lets you specify whether your 1-touch dial entries are located on the phone or the SIM card: Find the Feature Press...

  • Page 102: Datebook

    Datebook The datebook is a calendar that lets you schedule and organize events such as appointments and meetings. You can review your schedule of events for the week or by the day, and have the datebook play a reminder alarm for specific events. Note: You must set the correct time and date in order to use the datebook.

  • Page 103: Day View

    Day View Select a day in the week view and press day’s events. You can store, edit, view, copy, and delete any event from the day view. Untimed event Alarm • Joe's B-day Down scroll arrow Return to BACK previous screen Datebook VIEW...

  • Page 104: Event View

    Event View Select an event in the day view and press detailed event view. You can edit, copy, and delete events from the event view. Alarm Duration Alarm time Repeat BACK Return to previous screen Storing a New Event A title is required for a datebook event. All other information is optional.

  • Page 105: Changing Event Information

    Press 2 keypad keys DONE Changing Event Information To change information about an existing event: Find the Feature Press left or right VIEW VIEW EDIT CHANGE 8 keypad keys Datebook enter a title for the event (see “Entering Text” on page 53) store the event title scroll to other fields and enter information as necessary...

  • Page 106: Copying An Event

    Press DONE Copying an Event To copy information from a current event to a new event: Find the Feature Press left or right VIEW SELECT 8 keypad keys to the right DONE Datebook store the information and return to the day view Datebook >...

  • Page 107: Deleting An Event

    Press DONE Deleting an Event Find the Feature Press left or right VIEW SELECT SELECT Datebook store the new event and return to the day view Datebook > scroll to the scheduled event day display the day view scroll to the event to delete Datebook Menu open the Delete...

  • Page 108: Radio

    Radio You can use your phone to tune, store presets, and listen to FM radio stations when the optional Motorola Original™ FM Stereo Radio Headset accessory is plugged into the phone’s accessory connector port. Turning the Radio On and Off...

  • Page 109: Storing A Preset

    Storing a Preset To store a station to a preset that you can recall later: Do This Press and hold a number key ( Selecting a Preset To select a preset radio station: Press a number key ( Sending and Receiving Calls With the Radio On Your phone interrupts the radio signal and rings or vibrates as usual to notify you of an incoming call, message, or other event.

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    To end the call and resume the FM broadcast: Do This Press Press and hold the button on the FM Stereo Radio Headset microphone Turn the radio off before dialing outgoing calls from the phone keypad. You do not have to turn off the FM radio feature to dial emergency numbers, or numbers selected from your phonebook or other lists.

  • Page 111: Messages-voicemail

    Messages—Voicemail You can listen to your voicemail messages by calling your network voicemail phone number. Voicemail messages are stored on the network—not on your phone. Contact your service provider for more details. Storing Your Voicemail Number Store your voicemail number in your phone to make it faster and easier to use voicemail.

  • Page 112: Listening To A Voicemail Message

    Messages—Voicemail From the new message notification: Press CALL Listening to a Voicemail Message To listen to your voicemail messages at any time: Find the Feature Your phone calls the voicemail phone number you stored. If you do not have a voicemail number stored, the phone guides you through storing a number.

  • Page 113: Messages-text

    Messages—Text Text messages are brief messages that you can send and receive (such as Received messages appear on your phone display or in your text message inbox. Quick notes are pre-written text messages that you can customize and send quickly. You must set up the text message inbox before you can send and receive these messages.

  • Page 114

    Messages—Text Press 5 keypad keys CHANGE CHANGE SELECT up or down to the right up or down DONE enter the expiration period—the number of days your network tries to send unreceived messages store the expiration period Reply Type change the scroll to the default type of replies you want to send—SMS text messages, or other formats...

  • Page 115: Receiving A Text Message

    Messages—Text Press DONE Receiving a Text Message Note: You must set up the text message inbox before you can receive text messages. See “Setting Up the Text Message Inbox” on page 111. When you receive a new message, your phone displays the (message waiting) indicator and a and gives an alert.

  • Page 116: Reading, Locking, Or Deleting A Text Message

    Messages—Text Reading, Locking, or Deleting a Text Message You can open your text message inbox to read, lock, or delete messages at any time. Messages in the text message inbox are sorted from newest to oldest. The oldest messages are deleted automatically as specified by the inbox cleanup setting (see “Setting Up the Text Message Inbox”...

  • Page 117

    Messages—Text Text Msg Menu includes the following options: Option Description Call Back Call the number listed in the message header or embedded in the message text. If more than one number is embedded, you can select one from a list. Go To Launch the micro-browser and go to a Web address (URL) embedded in the...

  • Page 118: Sending A Text Message

    Messages—Text Sending a Text Message You can create and send a text message to one or more recipients. The text message feature lets you manually enter each recipient’s phone number, or select one or more numbers from the phonebook or recent calls lists. When you manually enter phone numbers in the must insert a space between each phone number.

  • Page 119

    Messages—Text Press 2 keypad keys BROWSE CHANGE 5 keypad keys DONE enter one or more phone numbers where you want to send the message Tip: Remember to press and hold to insert a space between each phone number that you enter manually.

  • Page 120: Sending A Quick Note Text Message

    Messages—Text Press Sending a Quick Note Text Message Quick notes are short, pre-written text messages that you can select, edit, and send quickly (for example, You can also create new quick note messages and store them for later use. To send a quick note message: Find the Feature Press READ...

  • Page 121

    Messages—Text Quick Note Menu Option Description Open an editor where you can create a new quick note. Enter text and press a quick note. Edit Open an editor where you can edit the selected quick note. Edit the quick note text and press to save your changes.

  • Page 122: Viewing The Status Of Sent Text Messages

    Messages—Text Viewing the Status of Sent Text Messages Text messages that you send are stored in the outbox. To view the contents of your outbox: Find the Feature Messages are sorted from newest to oldest. The following icons indicate message status: = sending in progress á...

  • Page 123: Shortcuts

    Shortcuts Your phone includes several pre-programmed shortcuts. You can create additional shortcuts, if you like, to mark frequently used menu items. Standard Shortcuts The following shortcuts are pre-programmed in your phone. You cannot edit or delete these shortcuts. Do This Press , then press and hold...

  • Page 124: Creating A Shortcut

    Creating a Shortcut You can assign a keypad shortcut, or both a keypad shortcut and a voice shortcut to a menu item. A voice shortcut lets you go directly to a menu item by saying its shortcut name. Tip: Make your voice recording in a quiet location. Hold the phone about four inches (10 centimeters) from your mouth, and speak directly into the phone’s microphone in a normal tone of voice.

  • Page 125

    Shortcuts Do This CHANGE 5 Press DONE Press Press RECORD 6 Press 7 Press and release the voice key on the right side of your phone and say the shortcut’s name (in two seconds) 8 Press and release the voice key and repeat the name DONE 9 Press...

  • Page 126: Using Shortcuts

    Using Shortcuts You can use a shortcut from the idle display, while on a call, or while scrolling through a menu. Use a Keypad Shortcut If you know the shortcut number: Press 2 the shortcut’s number Select a Shortcut From the List To select a shortcut from the shortcut list: Find the Feature Use a Voice Shortcut...

  • Page 127: Voice Notes

    Voice Notes The voice note feature lets you record personal messages or phone calls. You can play back a voice note at any time. There are no pre-recorded voice notes on your phone. Recording a Voice Note Use this procedure to record a voice note when the idle display is visible, or use it during a phone call to record the call.

  • Page 128: Viewing The Voice Notes List

    Viewing the Voice Notes List The voice notes list shows all your voice notes along with other important information and features. Find the Feature Locked voice note 5)2:20pm 10/1/00 4)4:05pm 6/1/00 Down scroll 3)4:00pm 6/1/00 arrow 2)11:05am 4/1/00 1)9:00am 1/1/00 EXIT Return to previous...

  • Page 129: Playing A Voice Note

    Find the Feature Press PLAY When an optional Motorola Original™ headset accessory or FM Stereo Radio Headset accessory is connected to your phone, voice note playback is automatically routed to the headset. Tip: You can play a voice note while taking a call. It will not be transmitted to the other party.

  • Page 130: Voice Note

    Voice Note Controls While playing back a voice note, press these keys to do the following: Stop playback Voice and go to Notes Menu Raise or lower playback volume of voice note. Stop playback and return to voice notes list. Press up/down to stop playback and scroll to...

  • Page 131: Locking And Unlocking A Voice Note

    Locking and Unlocking a Voice Note You can prevent a voice note from being accidentally deleted by locking it. To delete a locked voice note, you must first unlock it. Find the Feature Press SELECT You can also lock or unlock a voice note while playing it back. When the playback screen is displayed: Press SELECT...

  • Page 132: Deleting A Voice Note

    Deleting a Voice Note You can delete a single unlocked voice note or all unlocked voice notes. To delete a locked voice note, you must first unlock it. See “Locking and Unlocking a Voice Note” on page 129. Find the Feature Press SELECT Notes:...

  • Page 133: Micro-browser

    Micro-Browser The micro-browser lets you access Web pages on your phone. Contact your service provider to set up access, if necessary. Note: Your phone may be configured to use a high-speed GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) network connection. This type of connection can be identified by a display that disappears when you start a micro-browser session.

  • Page 134: Interacting With Web Pages

    Micro-Browser micro-browser and go directly to the URL. If more than one URL is embedded, you can select one from a list. If you are unable to establish a network connection with the micro-browser, contact your service provider. Interacting With Web Pages You can perform the following operations on a Web page: Do This Press...

  • Page 135: Calculator

    Calculator You can use your phone as a convenient calculator and currency converter. Calculating Numbers Find the Feature Press 1 number keys SELECT Selected function appears here Press to highlight a function EXIT Exit the calculator Calculator > enter a number in the calculator highlight a calculator function perform the highlighted function Calculator...

  • Page 136: Function Description

    The calculator can perform the following functions: Function Description Insert a decimal point Clear the calculation Clear entry (replaces the enter subsequent values in a calculation) Subtract Multiply ÷ Divide Store the current value in memory (overwrites values already stored) Clear the value stored in memory Replace the displayed value with the value stored in memory...

  • Page 137: Converting Currency

    Converting Currency The currency converter works just like the calculator, but uses the (currency) function: Find the Feature Press 1 number keys 3 number keys SELECT Calculator Calculator > Exchange Rate > enter the exchange rate store the exchange rate enter the amount to convert (amount to multiply by the exchange rate) highlight the...

  • Page 138: Games

    Games Your phone contains three games that you can play between phone calls. If you get an incoming call, message, alarm, or alert, the game ends automatically. Selecting and Starting a New Game Find the Feature Press SELECT When the game is over, you can play another session of the same game or return to the games menu.

  • Page 139: Ending A Game

    Ending a Game You can end a game at any time. Press BACK Playing a Game Blackjack In this classic Las Vegas card game, you play against the dealer to see who can get closer to 21 points without going over. Rules of the game •...

  • Page 140

    • Blackjack automatically wins against any other hand that totals 21 points. • If you score more than 21 points, you go “bust” or lose. • If you get five cards without going bust, you win. • If you and the dealer have the same score, the dealer wins. •...

  • Page 141

    Mindblaster Your goal is to guess a secret four-symbol code. You play by entering symbols into four spaces and then submitting a guess. Rules of the Game • Your score is the number of guesses it takes to reveal the secret code.

  • Page 142

    How to Play When the game begins, you see four blank spaces. To play the game: Do This Press left or right Press up or down GUESS Press Select and then > press up or down Paddleball In this test of endurance, your mission is move your paddle to strike a bouncing ball.

  • Page 143: Adjusting Your Settings

    Adjusting Your Settings You can adjust a wide variety of phone settings to suit your needs. Ring/Vibrate Your phone rings or vibrates to notify you of an incoming call, message, or other event. This ring or vibration is called an alert . You can select one of five different alert profiles: Loud ring Vibrate...

  • Page 144

    Adjusting Your Settings Press SELECT Customize an Alert Profile You can customize a profile by changing the alerts used for specific events (such as incoming calls, text messages, etc.). Your phone includes a variety of preset alert tones and vibrations. Any changes you make are saved to the current alert profile.

  • Page 145: Use The My Tones Feature

    Adjusting Your Settings Use the My Tones Feature You can create up to 32 custom alert tones for your phone. The tones you create appear in the list of available alerts (see “Customize an Alert Profile” on page 142). Creating a Tone Find the Feature Press SELECT...

  • Page 146

    Adjusting Your Settings Entering Notes To create a new tone, use the keypad keys to enter each note. Press a key multiple times to cycle through its available notes or options (pitch, octave, or length). The default setting for a new tone is a quarter note in octave two.

  • Page 147

    Adjusting Your Settings Enter a note as follows: Task Action Change the Set the new octave ( octave selecting the note. The new octave applies to the note and all following notes until you change it again. Select the note Press a keypad key to enter a note.

  • Page 148

    Adjusting Your Settings Example Press the following keys to play this sequence of notes and rests in octave three: C (quarter note), E flat (quarter note), half rest, and G (whole note): Press 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 7 7 4 4 0 0 4 0 0 0 Playing a Tone...

  • Page 149

    Adjusting Your Settings Press PLAY CANCEL Editing a Tone You cannot edit the standard alert tones included with your phone. To edit a custom tone that you created: Find the Feature Press EDIT CHANGE 5 keypad keys Deleting a Tone You cannot delete the standard alert tones included with your phone.

  • Page 150: Reminders

    Adjusting Your Settings Press SELECT Reminders A reminder is an alert that rings or vibrates every five minutes to notify you about a voicemail or text message that you have received, or a datebook event that you have scheduled. To set or turn off reminders: Find the Feature Press SELECT...

  • Page 151: Call Forwarding

    Adjusting Your Settings Call Forwarding Call forwarding sends your phone’s incoming voice, fax, and/or data calls directly to another phone number. Use call forwarding options to specify which calls your phone should forward. When you are ready to accept calls on your phone again, you can turn off call forwarding.

  • Page 152: Check Call Forwarding Status

    Adjusting Your Settings Press CHANGE SELECT CHANGE 9 keypad keys BROWSE Note: You can repeat this procedure to enter forwarding information for other call types. Check Call Forwarding Status Your network may store call forwarding status for you. If you change your phone’s call forward settings (see “Set Up or Cancel Call Forwarding”...

  • Page 153: Reordering Menu Items

    Adjusting Your Settings Press View Reordering Menu Items You can customize the order of the items in your phone’s main menu, depending upon your usage. Find the Feature Press GRAB INSERT Customizing a Soft Key Function You can relabel the soft keys ( main menu items from the idle display.

  • Page 154: Hands-free Use

    Press CHANGE SELECT Hands-Free Use You can purchase an optional Motorola Original™ hands-free car kit or headset for your phone. These accessories provide alternative ways for you to use your phone without using your hands. Note: The use of wireless devices and their accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas.

  • Page 155

    Adjusting Your Settings Press SELECT SELECT Automatic Hands-Free You can set up your phone to automatically route calls to a car kit when it detects a connection. Find the Feature Press SELECT Power-Off Delay When your phone is connected to a car kit, you can set it to stay on for a specified time period after you switch off the ignition.

  • Page 156: Charger Time

    Adjusting Your Settings Press SELECT Caution: If you select off when you turn off the ignition. Be careful not to accidentally drain your vehicle battery if you select this option. Charger Time When your phone is connected to a car kit, you can set it to charge itself for a specified time period after you switch off the ignition.

  • Page 157: Data And Fax Calls

    Note: Not all devices are compatible with infrared, serial cable, or USB cable connections. Check your external device for specifications. Set Up a Cable Connection Attach a serial cable or Motorola Original USB cable to the phone and external device as follows. ® software, a Motorola...

  • Page 158

    Note: Check your computer or hand-held device to determine the type of cable you need. Attaching a Serial Cable Use the interchangeable head on the Motorola Multi-Connect Serial Cable to connect a computer, Palm III device, or Palm V device to your phone.

  • Page 159: Establish An Infrared Connection

    Data and Fax Calls Attaching a USB Cable Do This 1 Plug the end of the cable with the Motorola logo into the phone’s accessory connector port. Make sure that the logo and the phone are both facing you. 2 Plug the other end—the USB connection—into the USB port on the external device.

  • Page 160: Sending A Data Or Fax Call

    Install the Software Install the software from the CD-ROM that comes with your Motorola Original data kit. See the data kit’s user guide for more information. Sending a Data or Fax Call You can connect your phone to a computer or hand-held device to send data or a fax from the connected device.

  • Page 161

    Data and Fax Calls Use this feature to transfer data from your computer onto another device, and to synchronize phonebook and datebook information between your phone, computer, and/or hand-held device. Connect your phone (see “Connecting Your Phone to an External Device”...

  • Page 162: Receiving A Data Or Fax Call

    Data and Fax Calls Receiving a Data or Fax Call You can connect your phone to a computer or hand-held device to receive data or a fax. Use this feature to transfer data to your computer from another device. Transfer the Data or Fax Connect your phone (see “Connecting Your Phone to an External Device”...

  • Page 163

    Data and Fax Calls Connect to the device that will send the fax (see “Connecting Your Phone to an External Device” on page 155) and do the following: Press 1 keypad keys SELECT enter the phone number for the call Dialing Menu open the Talk Then Fax...

  • Page 164: Security

    Security Assigning a New Code or Password Your phone’s four-digit unlock code is originally set to 1234, and the six-digit security code is originally set to 000000 at the factory. Your service provider may reset these numbers before you receive your phone. If your service provider has not reset these numbers, we recommend that you change them to prevent other users from accessing your personal information or modifying your phone...

  • Page 165: If You Forget A Code Or Password

    To change a code or password: Find the Feature Press CHANGE 3 keypad keys 5 keypad keys 7 keypad keys If You Forget a Code or Password If you forget your security code (originally set to 000000), SIM card PIN code, PIN2 code, or call barring password, contact your service provider.

  • Page 166: Locking And Unlocking Your Phone

    If you forget your unlock code, try entering 1234 or the last four digits of your phone number. If that does not work, do the following when you see the Press 2 keypad keys Locking and Unlocking Your Phone You can lock your phone manually or set your phone to lock automatically whenever you turn it off.

  • Page 167: Locking And Unlocking Your Keypad

    Set Your Phone to Lock Automatically You can set your phone to lock every time you turn it off: Press 1 keypad keys Unlock Your Phone Enter Unlock Code At the Press 1 keypad keys Locking and Unlocking Your Keypad You can lock your phone keypad to prevent accidental use.

  • Page 168: Barring Calls

    You can review these instructions at any time by selecting: Settings > > Note: Incoming calls and messages unlock the keypad. Barring Calls Call barring lets you restrict outgoing or incoming calls. You can restrict all calls, calls to international numbers, or calls while roaming.

  • Page 169: Unblock The Sim Card Pin Code

    you turn on the phone or insert a SIM card. Your SIM card PIN code is given to you by your service provider. Find the Feature Press SELECT 3 keypad keys Unblock the SIM Card PIN Code If you enter an incorrect SIM card PIN code three times in a row, your SIM card is disabled and your phone displays the message SIM Blocked .

  • Page 170

    Press 2 keypad keys 4 keypad keys 6 keypad keys Security enter the PUK code submit the PUK code Your phone prompts you to Enter New SIM PIN: enter a new SIM card PIN code Note: The SIM PIN code must be between four and eight digits in length.

  • Page 171: Troubleshooting

    SIM card. (See “Installing the SIM Card” on page 19). Dropping your phone, getting it wet, or using a non-Motorola battery or battery charger can damage the phone. The phone’s limited warranty does not cover liquid damage or damage caused from using non-Motorola accessories.

  • Page 172

    Troubleshooting Question Is the phone set to the proper frequency band for your geographical region? Does the handset have a signal? Do you see the display? Answer Phones in different regions of the world use different frequencies to establish a network connection.

  • Page 173

    Troubleshooting Question Is the earpiece volume too low? Is the other party unable to hear you? The following refer to specific problems: Problem My phone was stolen. To whom should I report this? I forgot my password. I pressed the power key, but nothing happened.

  • Page 174

    Troubleshooting Problem The display says: Insert SIM Card Check SIM Card even though I have inserted my SIM card in the phone. The display says: SIM Blocked . How do I unblock my SIM card? The display says: Enter Unlock Code .

  • Page 175

    Troubleshooting Problem My phone does not ring. My phone rings even though I selected the Silent Vibrate ) alert profile. I tried to place a call and heard an alternating high/ low tone. Solution If you see then the ringer is turned off. See “Ring/Vibrate”...

  • Page 176

    Troubleshooting Problem I cannot send/ receive calls. My phone has poor reception and drops calls. I cannot hear others on my phone. Solution Make sure that you have a phone signal (see the “Signal Strength Indicator” item on page 28). Avoid electrical or radio interference, and obstructions such as bridges, parking garages, or tall buildings.

  • Page 177

    Troubleshooting Problem I cannot open my inbox. How do I see the calls I sent or received? My phone will not send voicemail commands, passwords, or other codes. Solution Before you can use text or information services messages, you must set up the appropriate inbox.

  • Page 178

    Troubleshooting Problem My phone’s display is too dark. My battery didn’t last as long as I expected. What can I do to extend battery life? I am unable to record a voice note, voice name, or voice shortcut Solution Contrast Setting You can use the feature (see page 76) to change the level of contrast in your phone display.

  • Page 179

    Troubleshooting Problem I plugged the data cable into my phone but my phone did not beep. How do I know if the data cable is ready to My phone beeped when I attached the data cable, but my data and fax applications don’t work.

  • Page 180

    Troubleshooting Problem When sending data with the data cable, why does the computer show a connection rate of 19200 Kbps? I can’t end my data call by closing the application on my computer. What can I do? I launched the micro-browser but the display says:...

  • Page 181: Specific Absorption Rate Data

    Specific Absorption Rate Data This model phone meets the government’s requirements for exposure to radio waves. Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission for the United States and by Health Canada for Canada.

  • Page 182

    Canada RF exposure guidelines. SAR information on this model phone is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display Grant section of: after searching on FCC ID IHDT6BC1. You may also refer to Motorola’s Web site:

  • Page 183

    2. Additional related information includes the Motorola testing protocol, assessment procedure, and measurement uncertainty range for this product.

  • Page 184: Additional Health And Safety Information

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Devices and Radiological Health Consumer Update on Mobile Phones FDA has been receiving inquiries about the safety of mobile phones, including cellular phones and PCS phones. The following summarizes what is known—and what remains unknown— about whether these products can pose a hazard to health, and what can be done to minimize any potential risk.

  • Page 185

    What kinds of phones are in question? Questions have been raised about hand-held mobile phones, the kind that have a built-in antenna that is positioned close to the user's head during normal telephone conversation. These types of mobile phones are of concern because of the short distance between the phone's antenna—the primary source of the RF—...

  • Page 186

    First, it is uncertain how to apply the results obtained in rats and mice to humans. Second, many of the studies that showed increased tumor development used animals that had already been treated with cancer-causing chemicals, and other studies exposed the animals to the RF virtually continuously—up to 22 hours per day.

  • Page 187

    The cells in this assay showed changes after exposure to simulated cell phone radiation, but only after 24 hours of exposure. It is possible that exposing the test cells to radiation for this long resulted in heating. Since this assay is known to be sensitive to heating, heat alone could have caused the abnormalities to occur.

  • Page 188

    performed cognitive function tests. There were no changes in the subjects' ability to recall words, numbers, or pictures, or in their spatial memory, but they were able to make choices more quickly in one visual test when they were exposed to simulated mobile phone signals. This was the only change noted among more than 20 variables compared.

  • Page 189

    each year. At that rate, assuming 80 million users of mobile phones (a number increasing at a rate of about 1 million per month), about 4800 cases of brain cancer would be expected each year among those 80 million people, whether or not they used their phones.

  • Page 190

    industry to take a number of steps to assure public safety. The agency has recommended that the industry: • support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the type emitted by mobile phones • design mobile phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the user that is not necessary for device function •...

  • Page 191

    factor in how much exposure a person receives. Those persons who spend long periods of time on their hand-held mobile phones could consider holding lengthy conversations on conventional phones and reserving the hand-held models for shorter conversations or for situations when other types of phones are not available.

  • Page 192

    World Health Organization (WHO) International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (select Qs & As): United Kingdom, National Radiological Protection Board: Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA): U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health: 1.

  • Page 193: Warranty

    (such as CD-ROM) that tangibly embodies each copy of any software sold and/or certified by Motorola for use with Products. Software that is not tangibly embodied in media and that is purchased separately from Products (such as software that is downloaded from the internet) comes “as is”...

  • Page 194

    II. What the Period of Coverage Is Subject to the following exceptions, one year from the date the Products are purchased by the first end-user: • 90-Day Warranty Exception. The warranty is for 90 days for: (a) any software tangibly embodied in media or (b) any accessories for two-way radios that are covered by this warranty, as described in Section I, above.

  • Page 195

    You will receive instructions on how to ship the Products to Motorola or our designated resource. If instructed to ship the Products, you must ship them with freight, duties and insurance prepaid. Regardless of where you are instructed to return the Products, you must include: (a) a copy of your receipt, bill of sale or other comparable proof of purchase;...

  • Page 196

    Motorola. Any of these voids the warranty. • Someone other than Motorola (or its authorized service centers) tests, adjusts, installs, maintains, alters, modifies or services the Products in any way. Any of these voids the warranty.

  • Page 197

    (c) nonconforming or non-Motorola housings or parts. Any of these voids the warranty. • Defects or damage that result from: (a) use of the Products in a manner that is not normal or customary; (b) improper operation or misuse; (c) accident or neglect such as dropping the Products onto hard surfaces;...

  • Page 198

    VIII. Patent and Software Provisions At Motorola’s expense, we will defend you, and pay costs and damages that may be finally awarded against you, to the extent that a lawsuit is based on a claim that the Products directly...

  • Page 199

    Products, as established by Motorola. Motorola will have no liability to you with respect to any claim of patent infringement that is based upon the combination of the Products or parts furnished under this limited warranty with ancillary equipment, as defined in VI., above.

  • Page 200

    Accessories and software—call the telephone number designated above for the product with which they are used. DO NOT SHIP PRODUCTS TO THESE ADDRESSES — INSTEAD PLEASE CALL. To correspond with Motorola about Products, please write us at or at: In the USA: Motorola, Inc.

  • Page 201: Export Law Assurances

    Export Law Assurances This product is controlled under the export regulations of the United States of America and Canada. The Governments of the United States of America and Canada may restrict the exportation or re-exportation of this product to certain destinations.

  • Page 202: Index

    Index accessories optional 11, 106, 127, 152, standard 19 accessory connector port 1 Add Digits feature 81 alert creating 143–148 defined 141 indicators 30, 141 reminders, turning on/off type, selecting 142 alert profile customizing 142 defined 141 setting 141–142 alert setting indicator defined 30, 141 illustration 28 animation 76...

  • Page 203

    calendar. See datebook call adding digits after phone number 81 alert profile, setting 141–142 alert type, selecting 142 alert, creating 143–148 answer options 73 answering 26 barring 166 call waiting 43 calling card 41 canceling 37 cost setup 72 costs 84–85 credit limit 72 datebook, accessing 47 deleting 79–81...

  • Page 204

    call timers described 83 resetting 84 viewing 84 call waiting activating/deactivating 73 using 43 caller ID incoming calls 35 outgoing calls 40, 72, 81 calling card call 41 calling line identification. See caller ID car kit automatic answer 152–153 automatic hands-free 153 charger time 154 power-off delay 153–154 clock...

  • Page 205

    datebook (continued) deleting an event 105 event reminders, turning on/off 148 event view 102 reminders 103 week view 100 Datebook Menu 100, 101, deleting a call 79–81 dialed calls list 42, 46, 79–81 dialing a number 25 Dialing Menu 82, 161 display animation 76 backlight 76...

  • Page 206

    fixed dial (continued) editing an entry 64–65, 93–94 storing an entry 88–90 flashing cursor, defined 51 FM Stereo Radio Headset 66, 106–108, 127 forwarding calls 149–151 4-way navigation key 1, 31, frequency, changing 77–78, games 136–140 GPRS defined 131 indicator 131 GPRS indicator defined 29 illustration 28...

  • Page 207

    indicators (continued) ring alert 30, 141 roam 28, 29 signal strength 28 silent alert 30, 141 vibrate alert 30, 141 voice message waiting 28, 29, 109 voice name 87 information services message infrared connection setting 157–158 international access code 40 IrDA link 155, 157–158 iTAP software activating 58...

  • Page 208

    lock application feature 74 loud ring alert 30, 141 making a call 25 master clear 77 master reset 77 Memory is Full! message Memory is Low! message menu Browser Menu customizing 151 Datebook Menu 100, 101, Dialing Menu 82, 161 entering text 50–52, 53–62 Entry Method menu 58...

  • Page 209

    message waiting indicator defined 29 displayed 113 flashing 113 illustration 28 micro-browser browser alerts 66 Browser Menu calling a phone number defined 131 functions 132 go back to previous page starting 131–132 microphone 1 mindblaster 139–140 missed call indicator 36 Missed Call message 36 missed call, dialing 42...

  • Page 210

    phone (continued) credit information 69 credit limit 72 date, setting 75 erase user-entered information 77 feature specifications 47, frequency, changing 77–78, 170 keypad, answering calls with keypad, locking and unlocking 73, 165 language, setting 76 locking 164–165 network settings 77–78, 1-touch dial 38–39 reset all options 77 security code 162...

  • Page 211

    phonebook (continued) speed dial number 38, 87, 89–90 speed dial, using 38 storing an entry 88–90 synchronizing entries 98, voice name entry 91–92 voice name indicator 87 Phonebook Menu PIN code changing 162–163 defined 166 entering 166–167 SIM protection, turning on/off 166–167 unblocking 167–168 PIN2 code 65...

  • Page 212

    right soft key customizing 151–152 functions 1, 48 ring alert creating 143–148 indicators 30, 141 setting 141–142 type, selecting 142 ring and vibrate alert indicator 30, 141 ringer setting 141–142 volume, adjusting 31, 142 roam indicator defined 29 illustration 28 scroll feature 76 security code changing 162–163...

  • Page 213

    SIM PIN code changing 162–163 defined 166 entering 166–167 SIM protection, turning on/off 166–167 unblocking 167–168 SIM PIN2 code 65 changing 162–163 SMS. See text message soft keys customizing 151–152 functions 48 illustration 1 soft ring alert 30, 141 speed dial changing number 89–90 number, defined 38 sorting phonebook entries...

  • Page 214

    text mode, changing 53 Text Msg Menu 114–115 time, setting 75 timers described 83 resetting 84 viewing 84 transfer a call 45–46 travel charger, using 23 TrueSync 98, 155 unblocking the SIM card 167–168 unlock keypad 73, 165 phone 164–165 unlock code bypassing 163–164 changing 162–163...

  • Page 215

    voice shortcut creating 122–123 defined 122 using 124 voicemail number, storing 109 receiving 109–110 reminders, turning on/off volume earpiece 31 keypad 142 ringer 31, 142 volume keys 1, 30–31, 48 wait character 41 warranty 191–198 Web pages functions 132 viewing 131–132 zoom setting 30, 76 U.S.

  • Page 216


  • Page 217: Wireless Phone Safety Tips

    1 Get to know your Motorola wireless phone and its features such as speed dial and redial. If available, these features help you to place your call without taking your attention off the road.

  • Page 218

    3 Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Be able to access your wireless phone without removing your eyes from the road. If you receive an incoming call at an inconvenient time, if possible, let your voice mail answer it for you.

  • Page 219

    9 Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies. If you see an auto accident, crime in progress or other serious emergency where lives are in danger, call 9-1-1 or other local emergency number, as you would want others to do for you.* 10 Call roadside assistance or a special non-emergency wireless assistance number when necessary.

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    Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones and their accessories in the areas where you drive. Always obey them. The use of these devices may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. For more information, please call 1-888-901-SAFE or visit the CTIA Web site at...

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