S E R I E S
S E R I E S
SATELLITE
SERIES
9505
PORTABLE
TELEPHONE
USER'S GUIDE

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    S E R I E S S E R I E S SATELLITE SERIES 9505 PORTABLE TELEPHONE USER’S GUIDE...

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    Options Menu Quick Reference Phone Book Personal Numbers Show Services Last Ten Calls My Phone Number(s) Fixed Dialing One-Touch Dial Setting Call Related Features Show Battery Meter Show Signal Strength Pending Call Drop Call Forwarding 1,3,5 Call Waiting 1,3,5 Call Barring Messages Menu Call Voicemail Received Messages...

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    Satellite Antenna Lock Release Button Cellular Cassette Antenna (if provided) Signal Strength Indicator Volume Control Keys Display and Status Indicators Message Key Alphanumeric Keypad Infra-Red Data Port Accessory and Power Connector SATELLITE MODE HELPFUL HINTS • Need clear view of sky, outdoors, away from buildings and tall structures. Rotate and fully extend antenna into a vertical position.

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    (Top) 7. Attach battery door 8. Attach charging device. cover or optional Cellular Cassette. (Top) 9505 PORTABLE QUICK REFERENCE Basic Operation Turn the phone's power on/off: Press and hold Place a call: Rotate and extend the antenna in a vertical position. To dial,...

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    Welcome The future of global telecommunications is here—a satellite telephone, providing you with communication in many remote areas around the world. Motorola proudly introduces its next generation Satellite Series™ 9505 ® portable phone for the Iridium satellite system. All Motorola wireless phones are designed and manufactured to meet Motorola’s exacting specifications and world-class quality standards.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety Information......7 Overview .......11 Guide Overview.

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    Using Calling Features ....105 Using Message Services ....127 Customizing Phone Features .

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    Activating Extended Menus ....161 Managing Time and Date Settings ..162 Selecting the Display Language ...165 Turning Lights On and Off .

  • Page 11: Safety Information

    Safety Information Important: Read this information before using your wireless mobile phone. Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals Your wireless mobile telephone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.

  • Page 12: Phone Operation

    Phone Operation Normal Operation: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone. Rotate the antenna so that it points straight up. The antenna will click into place in one of two positions designed for left- or right-handed use. Make sure the antenna is fully extended. The antenna should be vertical to the ground and have a clear unobstructed view of the sky.

  • Page 13: Electronic Devices

    Electronic Devices Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals. However, certain equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone. Pacemakers The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of six inches (6") be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.

  • Page 14: Blasting Areas, Potentially Explosive Atmospheres, For Vehicles Equipped With An Air Bag

    Posted Facilities Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so require. Aircraft Airline regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Check and comply with the policy of your airline regarding the use of your phone while the aircraft is on the ground.

  • Page 15: Overview

    Overview This chapter provides an overview of this user’s guide, your new satellite phone, and available Satellite Series™ accessories.

  • Page 16: Guide Overview

    Guide Overview Modes Some phone features described in this user’s guide apply only to satellite mode. Other features apply only to cellular mode (when you have an optional Cellular Cassette installed). The following conventions alert you to these features: In addition, look for the labels Cellular Mode related to each mode.

  • Page 17: Phone Overview

    Phone Overview Antenna Lock Release Button 15, 26 Cellular Cassette Antenna Signal Strength Indicator 17, 123 Volume Control Keys 14, 54, 55, 152 Display Status Indicators 17-18 Message Key 14, 129-147 Alphanumeric Keypad Infrared Data Port 15, 156 Power On/Off 14, 42 Accessory and Power Connector...

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    Special Keys Volume Control Keys The volume control keys are located on the left side of the phone. They adjust earpiece and ringer volume. See “Adjust Earpiece Volume” on page 54 and “Adjust Ringer Volume” on page 55 for more information.

  • Page 19: Headset Jack

    Satellite Antenna Lock Release Button This button releases the satellite antenna so you can attach the auxiliary antenna. You may also want to remove the satellite antenna if you spend a lot of time in cellular mode. Cellular Cassette Connector Insert an optional Cellular Cassette onto the back of the phone.

  • Page 20: Indicators

    Indicators Status Indicator The status indicator is located at the top of your phone. This LED indicator provides information on your phone’s current state of service depending on your mode. Overview If the LED Then in satellite is... mode... Alternating red and A call is incoming.

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    Display Status Indicators and Icons Indicator Description Signal Strength Indicator indicates the strength of the signal from the network. The signal strength indicator appears continuously in the top left hand corner of the display. The more segments displayed in the bar graph, the stronger the signal.

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    Overview Indicator Description Home System Indicator appears in satellite mode when the phone has successfully registered with the Iridium satellite system. In cellular mode (when you have the appropriate Cellular Cassette inserted), this indicator appears when the phone is registered with your home cellular system.

  • Page 23: Satellite Series™ Accessories

    Satellite Series™ Accessories Product appearance and specifications are subject to change without notice. Note: For maximum performance use only Motorola Original™ accessories. Batteries Standard Capacity Lithium Ion Battery High Capacity Lithium Ion Battery Ultra High Capacity Lithium Ion Battery All talk and standby times are approximate and depend on network configuration, signal strength, and the features...

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    • Includes four international plug adapters for use in Europe, Australia, India, and the United Kingdom • May be used with both the 9505 portable phone and desktop charger • Allows you to use the 9505 portable phone while recharging the battery •...

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    Auto Accessory Adapter Restores full battery power for portable phone operation or desktop charger functions from any operating vehicle (using standard 12-volt accessory connector port). • Make and receive phone calls using the auto accessory adapter for direct power when batteries are depleted •...

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    • Attached 1.5-meter (4.9 feet) cable This adapter provides the required external antenna connection to use your 9505 portable phone with the portable auxiliary antenna. This high-quality leather case helps protect your phone. It includes a belt clip and a lanyard wrist strap.

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    Cellular Cassettes create an innovative blend of cellular and satellite technology in one phone. • When attached to the back of the 9505 portable phone, Cellular Cassettes enable dual mode satellite and cellular operation. • Cellular Cassettes enable flexible usage of...

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    Overview...

  • Page 29: Getting Started

    Getting Started Getting started with your new satellite phone is easy. Just insert your phone’s SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card and charge the battery. This chapter shows you how.

  • Page 30: Attaching The Satellite Antenna

    Attaching the Satellite Antenna Attach the Antenna Remove the Antenna You may want to remove the satellite antenna to attach an auxiliary antenna, or if you spend the majority of your time in cellular mode. Getting Started 1. Attach the antenna in the down position. 2.

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    This means you can use your SIM card with any phone for the GSM system or any Motorola product for the Iridium satellite system, and all calls go on your account. Note: Your phone has limited functionality without the SIM card.

  • Page 32: Installing/removing The Sim Card

    Installing/Removing the SIM Card The SIM card is stored in a recess in the battery compartment. It is normally covered by the battery when you use your phone. Caution: Make sure your phone is powered off before inserting or removing the SIM card. If you don’t, you may damage the memory on your SIM card.

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    4. Insert the SIM card into the tray with the notch up and the gold plate facing out. Remove the SIM card from the tray. 5. Push the SIM card tray down and slide the tray to the right to lock it in place. 6.

  • Page 34: Removing The Battery Cover

    Removing the Battery Cover Your new batteries are shipped uncharged and fitted with protective covers. Save the covers for storing and carrying unused batteries. The covers prevent metal objects from contacting both battery terminals, which can reduce the risk of injury, or damage from a battery short circuit.

  • Page 35: Installing The Battery

    Installing the Battery Insert the Battery Note: Insert only Motorola-approved batteries in your phone. If you insert an unapproved battery you Invalid Batt. will see an discharge the battery, but you cannot recharge it. 1. Remove or rotate the satellite antenna before installing the battery.

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    If you have an optional Cellular Cassette, see “Installing the Cellular Cassette” on page 39. Getting Started 5. Insert the bottom end of the battery compartment cover into the slots at the end of the compartment. 6. Snap the cover down into place.

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    Remove the Battery 1. Remove or rotate the satellite antenna before removing the battery. (See “Attaching the Satellite Antenna” on page 26.) 2. Press and hold the release latch at the top of the battery compartment cover. 3. Pull the cover upward, and then remove it from the...

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    Getting Started 6. Insert the bottom end of the battery compartment cover into the slots at the end of the compartment. 7. Snap the cover down into place. 8. Replace the battery safety cover. See “Attach the Battery Safety Cover” on page 30 for more information.

  • Page 39: Charging The Battery

    Charging the Battery Any battery that hasn’t been used for a month or more—including new batteries—should be charged for about 3–4 hours before use. Using the Internal Charger A battery charger is built right into your phone. Using either the travel charger or auto accessory adapter, you can plug the handset directly into a power source to charge the installed battery.

  • Page 40: Using The Desktop Charger

    Note: You can still place and answer calls while using the internal charger. If you wish to place or answer a call: Using the Desktop Charger You can use the front compartment of the desktop charger to charge the battery in your phone. You can also charge a spare battery in the rear compartment.

  • Page 41: Checking Battery Charge Level

    Checking Battery Charge Level Low Battery Warning When the battery level is low and only a few minutes of talk-time remains, your phone signals you in two ways: Low Battery • appears on the display. • A warning tone (two double beeps) sounds. Note: To help maintain the best battery and phone performance, recharge your battery as soon as possible after you receive the low battery warning.

  • Page 42: Battery Information

    To dispose of batteries, check with your local recycling center for a battery recycler near you. Never dispose of batteries in fire. Getting Started • Always use Motorola-approved battery chargers. • Always use Motorola-approved batteries (Standard, High Capacity, Ultra High Capacity battery).

  • Page 43: Installing The Cellular Cassette

    Installing the Cellular Cassette You can attach an optional Cellular Cassette to your satellite phone to allow it to work with land-based cellular systems. Insert the Cellular Cassette 1. Remove or rotate the satellite antenna before installing the Cellular Cassette. (See “Remove the Antenna”...

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    Remove the Cellular Cassette Getting Started 1. Remove or rotate the satellite antenna before removing the Cellular Cassette. (See “Remove the Antenna” on page 26.) 2. Press and hold the release latch at the top of the Cellular Cassette. 3. Pull the Cellular Cassette upward, and...

  • Page 45: Using Your Phone

    Using Your Phone Read this chapter to learn how to get up and running with your new satellite phone. The phone features available to you vary depending on whether your phone is operating in satellite mode or cellular mode. The table below shows the features available in each mode.

  • Page 46: Startup Procedures

    Startup Procedures Turn the Power On and Off When you turn your phone’s power on, you will hear the wakeup tone (or feel a vibration if the VibraCall alert function is activated) and see the wakeup screen. The wakeup screen displays a short animated sequence that reminds you to rotate and extend the antenna, and shows how to hold the phone for best reception (see illustration).

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    Power-On Messages Once your phone is powered on, you may see: Message Description The phone is attempting to establish communications with the satellite or Searching... cellular network. See “Accessing the Network” on page 177. You also hear a tone when you see this message.

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    Holding the Phone Using Your Phone Message Description If the SIM card PIN code is incorrectly entered three times in a row, your SIM card becomes Blocked blocked. See “Unblock the PIN Code” on page 158 for instructions on how to unblock it. If the SIM card PIN2 code is incorrectly entered three times in a row, your SIM card becomes...

  • Page 49: Standby Mode

    2. Extend the antenna by pulling out on the end of it. The antenna should be vertical to the ground when you talk on the phone (as shown in the following illustration from the wakeup screen animated sequence). 3. Make sure the antenna has a clear unobstructed view of the sky.

  • Page 50: Placing A Call

    Placing a Call To place a call, your phone must be powered on, have a SIM card inserted, be unlocked, and be in contact with the satellite or cellular network (depending on your mode). See “Accessing the Network” on page 177 for network information. You can enter a phone number up to a maximum of 20 digits.

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    If the call does not connect, you may see one of the following messages: Message Description Make sure the antenna is rotated Rotate and upward and fully extended and has Extend Antenna a clear unobstructed view of the sky. Busy Try Later The phone is unable to access the network.

  • Page 52: Automatic Redial, Redial Last Number Called

    Satellite Mode If the number or your network is busy, you will see Redial? Note: Your phone makes a maximum of ten redial attempts. If the call cannot be connected within this maximum, you will see the message Cellular Mode This feature is not available in cellular mode.

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    Dial a Number from the Phone Book Your phone contains a phone book that you can use to store names and telephone numbers. Once you have stored information in your phone book, you can save dialing steps by: • using one-touch dialing (page 101) •...

  • Page 54: End A Call

    Satellite Mode For details on how to call a phone number embedded in a message, see “Return a Call” on page 135. Cellular Mode This feature is not available in cellular mode. End a Call Use one of the following procedures to end a call: Using Your Phone Call a Number in a Message •...

  • Page 55: Receiving A Call

    Receiving a Call Receive a Phone Call To receive a call, your phone must be powered on, have a SIM card inserted, be unlocked, and be in contact with the satellite or cellular network (depending on your mode). See “Accessing the Network”...

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    Antenna Stowed or in the Down Position When you receive a call: You must rotate and extend the antenna as quickly as possible to receive the call. To answer the call: If the call does not connect properly, you may see one of the following messages: Using Your Phone •...

  • Page 57: Unanswered Calls

    End a Call Use one of the following procedures to end a call: • Press when you see the in the display. • Press Unanswered Calls If you are away from your phone or choose not to answer a call, your phone displays the message Unanswered Call This feature is not available in cellular mode.

  • Page 58: Additional Phone Features

    Additional Phone Features Lock and Unlock the Keypad To prevent accidental usage of the phone, press keypad. All keys with the exception of the are disabled. You can still answer an incoming call by pressing To remove the keypad lock, press simultaneously.

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    Adjust Ringer Volume To adjust the ringer volume: Press and then the up or down volume control key. The phone sounds the new volume level as you adjust it. Note: You can also use the Phone Setup menu to adjust ringer volume. See page 152 for more information.

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    Using Your Phone...

  • Page 61: Using In-call Features

    Using In-Call Features Read this chapter to learn how to use In-Call menu features. The In-Call menu is displayed when you press In-Call Menu” on page 72 for more information. The feature selection on the In-Call menu varies depending on your mode setting.

  • Page 62: Muting A Call

    Muting a Call Satellite Mode For privacy during a call, try muting the phone. You hear the party on the other end, but the other party Cellular Mode does not hear you. (GSM 900/1800) To mute a call in progress: Tip: You can also mute the phone from the...

  • Page 63: Using Call Waiting

    Using Call Waiting Note: You must subscribe to this network feature through your service provider. Contact your service provider for additional information. If you have subscribed to Call Waiting, you must first activate it through the Options menu. (See “Activating Call Waiting” on page 116.) After you activate it, you are notified of incoming calls while you are on the line in two ways.

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    Cellular Mode TDMA and CDMA cellular users who have subscribed to this feature are notified of an (TDMA 800/1900) (CDMA 1900) incoming call by two beeps. You may see a (CDMA/AMPS) message in your display, depending on your service provider. To handle the waiting call, you must send a phone flash along with the appropriate feature code provided by your service provider.

  • Page 65: Placing A Call On Hold

    Placing a Call on Hold Note: You must subscribe to this network feature through your service provider. Contact your service provider for additional information. You can place a call on hold to receive a new call or while making a new call. You can only place one call on hold at a time, so some options may not be accessible if you have already placed a call on hold.

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    You may see one of the following messages: Cellular Mode This feature is not available in GSM 900 cellular mode. (GSM 900) Cellular Mode To place a call on hold, you must send a phone flash along with the appropriate feature code (TDMA 800/1900) (CDMA 1900) provided by your service provider.

  • Page 67: Making A Conference Call

    Making a Conference Call Note: You must subscribe to this network feature through your service provider. Contact your service provider for additional information. This feature lets you participate in a conference call of up to five parties. To make a conference call, you must be engaged in an active call and have another call on hold.

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    You may see one of the following messages: Using In-Call Features If you want to... Then... 1. Press 2. Press hold a private conversation with one of the conference call The selected party becomes the participants active call, with the other parties placed on hold.

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    Keypad Controls Many conference call features are directly accessible by entering specific key sequences on the keypad during a call: If you want to... Then... begin a Press conference call add a single call to Press a conference call Press hold a private (Where [ call number ] is the conversation with...

  • Page 70: Sending A Phone Flash

    Sending a Phone Flash Satellite Mode This feature only applies to TDMA or CDMA cellular mode. Cellular Mode (GSM 900/1800) (GSM 900) Cellular Mode Many TDMA and CDMA cellular network features (for example, call waiting, call holding, call (TDMA 800/1900) (CDMA 1900) forwarding) require you to send a “phone flash”...

  • Page 71: Using The Menus

    Using the Menus Many of your phone’s features are organized into lists of options called menus . There are three menus: • The main Options menu lets you select and/or adjust phone features. • The Quick Access menu gives you instant access to the menu features you use most frequently.

  • Page 72: Using The Options Menu

    Using the Options Menu The Options menu gives you access to your phone’s features and options. You can not access this menu during a call. The submenus that appear under the Options Menu vary depending on your mode setting. See “Selecting a Mode” on page 185 for more information on changing modes.

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    How the Phone Responds As you scroll through the Options menu, you will see one of three questions on the bottom line of the display. If your phone asks... Then... View Options? Select? Quit? Display Messages and Indicators If you see... Then...

  • Page 74: Using The Quick Access Menu

    Using the Quick Access Menu The Quick Access menu is a way to keep your favorite menu options readily accessible. Each digit key, feature. See the table on page 71 for the default setup. If you know the number of the feature, activating that option takes only two button presses! If you do not know the number or want to review your options, just scroll through the icon menu and read...

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    Default Quick Access Settings The following features (and associated icons) are the default settings for the Quick Access menu. Icon Quick Access Feature Find Name searches your phone book by the full name. Mute mutes and unmutes a call in progress.

  • Page 76: Using The In-call Menu

    Using the In-Call Menu This menu lets you access specific features while you are in a call. The In-Call menu is only available when you are in a call. You cannot review it off-line. Entering the In-Call Menu While you are in a call: In-Call Menu Features The In-Call menu dynamically changes depending on the type of call you are in and the mode you...

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    Type of call Options End Active Call 2 Calls Switch Turn Mute on or off active call, held call, End Held Call and a call waiting End Active & Held Call Conference Call Hold Call Make New Call single active Turn Mute on or off conference call Split Call...

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    Cellular Mode The following options appear on the In-Call menu in GSM 900/1800 cellular mode. (GSM 900/1800) Cellular Mode This menu is not available in GSM 900 cellular mode. (GSM 900) Cellular Mode When you press cellular mode, you will see (TDMA 800/1900) Select? (CDMA 1900)

  • Page 79: Managing The Phone Book

    Managing the Phone Book Your satellite phone can store up to 100 names and numbers, and your SIM card expands memory capacity even more. You can use the dedicated keys or the Phone Book menu to add and retrieve numbers from the phone book. With the Phone Book menu you can also access phone book maintenance and security features.

  • Page 80: Phone Book Menu

    Phone Book Menu Satellite Mode Phone Book Managing the Phone Book Personal Numbers Find Entry By Name Enter Name: Call Number Modify Name Or Number Erase Name And Number Find Entry By Location Enter Location: Call Number Modify Name Or Number Erase Name And Number Add Entry Add To Phone Memory...

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    Phone Book Personal Numbers Find Entry By Name Enter Name: Call Number Modify Name Or Number Erase Name And Number Find Entry By Location Enter Location: Call Number Modify Name Or Number Erase Name And Number Add Entry Add To Phone Memory Add To SIM Card Memory Last Ten Calls Last Calls Received...

  • Page 82: Organizing Your Phone Book

    Organizing Your Phone Book Each name and phone number in your phone book is stored in a numbered memory location. The satellite phone has two types of memory—phone memory and SIM card memory. Your phone’s memory can seem overwhelming if you do not have a strategy for organizing your phone book.

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    When do I use these numbers? Group the numbers on the list according to when you use them. Most people call a different set of numbers during the day than they do in the evening and on weekends. You can switch one-touch dialing to your phone’s memory (locations 1–9), your SIM card’s memory (locations 101–109), or to your fixed dial list (locations 1–9).

  • Page 84: Storing Names And Numbers

    Getting to Personal Numbers... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Storing Names and Numbers Add an Entry Use the Options Menu Tip: When in satellite mode, numbers should be entered in international format.

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    Use the Dedicated Keys 1. Enter the phone number you want to store. 2. Press to begin storing. 3. Press to scroll to Add To SIM Card Memory Enter Number You will see number you entered. 4. Press to accept the number. You will see Enter Name 5.

  • Page 86: Entering Names

    Entering Names You can use the keypad to produce any letter in the alphabet. For example, press letters A, B, or C, as shown: Enter Characters Tip: Press and hold any numeric key to toggle between uppercase and lowercase characters. Correct an Entry To delete a character: To add a character:...

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    Available Characters Use this chart as a guide for producing characters: Space . 1 ? ! , @ _ & : “ ( ) ‘ ¿ ¡ % £ $ Space . 1 ? ! , @ _ & : “ ( ) ‘ ¿ ¡ % £ $ A B C 2 Ä...

  • Page 88: Using Pauses In Numbers

    Using Pauses in Numbers When you call automated systems, a recorded message prompts you for numbers such as PIN numbers and account numbers. You can store these numbers in the same memory location as the automated system’s access number. Separate the numbers with “pauses”—special characters that tell your phone to wait a few seconds before sending additional numbers—and store the string in the...

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    Dial Numbers With Pauses To dial a number with pauses in satellite mode or GSM cellular mode: 1. Recall the entry. (See “Locating Entries” on page 87.) 2. Press to place the call. The first pause in the number waits until the call is answered.

  • Page 90: Using Phone Number Prefixes

    Using Phone Number Prefixes Satellite Mode You can save time when you dial by storing the prefixes that you often use. This is sometimes called “postscripting.” Your satellite phone allows you to change or add to phone book entries without overwriting them.

  • Page 91: Locating Entries

    Getting to Personal Numbers... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Locating Entries Find an Entry by Name Search your phone book by the first few letters of the entry. Note: If you have restricted access to either SIM card or phone memory and you are in satellite mode, those entries will not be available.

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    Getting to Personal Numbers... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Find an Entry by Location Find an entry by its location number. Use the Options Menu Use the Dedicated Keys Managing the Phone Book Phone Book , and then press...

  • Page 93: Calling, Modifying, Or Erasing An Entry

    Calling, Modifying, or Erasing an Entry Once you have selected a phone book entry, you can call, change, or erase that entry. Call a Selected Entry 1. Find an entry, and then press “Locating Entries” on page 87.) 2. Press until you see press .

  • Page 94: Checking Phone Book Capacity

    Getting to Personal Numbers... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Checking Phone Book Capacity Satellite Mode Use this feature to see how many available memory locations you have in either SIM card memory or phone memory.

  • Page 95: Preventing Access To The Phone Book

    Preventing Access to the Phone Book You may want to restrict memory access when loaning your phone to others. You can choose to prevent access to the phone memory, SIM memory, or both. Caution: If you switch to cellular mode these restrictions will not apply.

  • Page 96: Restricting Phone Use

    Getting to Fixed Dialing... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Restricting Phone Use You can restrict calling on your phone to a list of numbers that you create. When the fixed dialing feature is active, you can only call numbers or use prefixes (for example, country codes or area codes) that exactly match those stored in your fixed...

  • Page 97: Add An Entry

    Add an Entry To add an entry to the fixed dial list: 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Fixed Dialing...” to get to then press PIN2 2. Enter code. Enter your SIM card PIN2 code, and then press 3. Press until you see press .

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    Getting to Fixed Dialing... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Satellite Mode To erase an entry in the fixed dial list: Tip: You should have received your SIM card PIN2 code from your service provider.

  • Page 99: Edit An Entry

    Edit an Entry To edit an entry in the fixed dial list: 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Fixed Dialing...” to get to then press PIN2 2. Enter code. Enter your SIM card PIN2 code, and then press 3. Press until you see press to select.

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    Getting to Fixed Dialing... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Satellite Mode This feature enables you to review, but not change, your fixed dial list. Cellular Mode This feature is not available in cellular mode. You must deactivate the fixed dialing feature from satellite mode in order to make and receive calls in cellular mode.

  • Page 101: Viewing The Last Ten Calls Made Or Received

    Getting to Phone Book Features... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see the feature name, followed by Viewing the Last Ten Calls Made or Received Your phone saves the last ten phone numbers you have dialed.

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    Getting to Phone Book Features... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Cellular Mode To view the phone numbers of the last ten calls you have made or received: Tip: If you want to add a number from Last Ten Calls...

  • Page 103: Viewing And Modifying Your Phone Numbers

    Viewing and Modifying Your Phone Numbers View Your SIM Card Phone Number(s) You can program up to three phone numbers (such as your voice and data phone numbers) onto your SIM card. Use this feature to view your phone number(s). 1.

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    Getting to Phone Book Features... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see the feature name, followed by Modify Your Phone Number(s) Use this feature to modify or program your voice phone number onto your SIM card.

  • Page 105: Using One-touch Dialing

    Using One-Touch Dialing One-touch dialing enables you to place calls instantly. You can choose to dial the phone numbers in the first nine memory locations in either your SIM memory, phone memory, or your fixed dial list. You choose which type of memory you want to be active with this feature.

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    Getting to Phone Book Features... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see the feature name, followed by Satellite Mode To use one-touch dialing: Tip: You do not For example, press and hold need to press number stored in location 2 of your phone memory, to call the...

  • Page 107: Viewing Service Phone Numbers

    Viewing Service Phone Numbers This feature provides a read-only list of service phone numbers that are pre-programmed by your service provider. The list resides on the SIM card and allows for call placement only. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Phone Book Features...”...

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    Managing the Phone Book...

  • Page 109: Using Calling Features

    Using Calling Features This chapter describes call-related features. Many of these features are network features that you must subscribe to in order to access. The feature selection on the Call Related Features menu varies depending on your mode setting. The table below shows the features available in each mode.

  • Page 110: Call Related Features Menu

    Call Related Features Menu Satellite Mode Call Related Features 1 This feature is network and subscription dependent. 2 This feature is network and subscription dependent. It is Using Calling Features Show Battery Meter Show Signal Strength Pending Call Drop On/Off Call Forwarding 1 Forward When Unavailable On/Off...

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    Call Related Features Restrict My Phone Number 1,2 Show ID On Next Call Restrict ID On Next Call Call Forwarding 2 Forward When Unavailable On/Off Forward All Calls On/Off Detailed Forwarding 3 Forward Voice Calls Forward All Voice Calls If Busy If No Answer If Not Reachable Cancel All Forwarding...

  • Page 112: Forwarding Calls When Unavailable

    Getting to Call Forwarding... Press until you see press Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Forwarding Calls When Unavailable Use this feature when you are unable to answer your phone calls. Note: You must subscribe to this network feature through your service provider.

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    To activate this feature in GSM cellular mode: 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Call Forwarding...” to get to Unavailable , and then press Your phone takes a moment to request the current setting from the network. 2. Press to scroll to press to select.

  • Page 114: Forwarding All Your Calls

    Getting to Call Forwarding... Press until you see press Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Forwarding All Your Calls This feature forwards all of your calls to the number you choose. Your phone does not ring. Note: You must subscribe to this network feature through your service provider.

  • Page 115

    4. Enter the number you want calls forwarded to, and then press 5. Press and hold To activate this feature in GSM cellular mode: 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Call Forwarding...” to get to then press moment to request the current setting from the network.

  • Page 116: Using Detailed Call Forwarding

    Getting to Call Forwarding... Press until you see press Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Using Detailed Call Forwarding This feature lets you select the specific situations when you want your calls forwarded. The When Unavailable override the settings you select here.

  • Page 117

    4. Press to select the displayed option. Your phone takes a moment to contact the network and update the setting. You will see Call Forward On 5. Press to scroll to either Number , and then press • If you select step 7.

  • Page 118

    Cellular Mode To activate call forwarding features in TDMA or CDMA cellular mode, you must send a phone flash (TDMA 800/1900) (CDMA 1900) along with the appropriate feature code provided (CDMA/AMPS) by your service provider. For instructions on how to send a phone flash, see “Sending a Phone Flash”...

  • Page 119: Canceling All Forwarding

    Getting to Call Forwarding... Press until you see press Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Canceling All Forwarding This feature cancels all call forwarding settings in satellite mode or GSM cellular mode. Note: You must subscribe to this network feature through your service provider.

  • Page 120: Activating Call Waiting

    Getting to Call Related Features... Press until you see press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Activating Call Waiting Satellite Mode If you subscribe to call waiting, use this feature to specify whether or not you want to be notified of Cellular Mode incoming calls while you in a call.

  • Page 121: Restricting Calls With Call Barring

    Restricting Calls with Call Barring You can use call barring to restrict both incoming and outgoing calls. Call barring is useful if you are loaning your phone to others or when you wish to control incoming calls. When you change one of your call barring settings, your phone takes a few seconds to request the setting from the network.

  • Page 122

    Getting to Call Barring... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Bar Outgoing Calls This feature enables you to receive incoming calls but prevents outgoing calls. Satellite Mode To bar outgoing calls in satellite mode or GSM cellular mode: Cellular Mode (GSM 900/1800)

  • Page 123

    Bar Incoming Calls This feature allows you to place calls, but refuses incoming calls. Callers hear a recording telling them that you are unavailable. To be sure not to miss a call, see “Using Detailed Call Forwarding” on page 112. To bar incoming calls in satellite mode or GSM cellular mode: 1.

  • Page 124

    Getting to Call Barring... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Cancel All Barring Satellite Mode To cancel all call barring settings in satellite mode or GSM cellular mode: Cellular Mode (GSM 900/1800) (GSM 900)

  • Page 125

    Change Bar Password When you subscribe to call barring, your service provider gives you a four-digit bar password. Use this feature to change it to something easy to remember. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Call Barring...” to get to then press Password 2.

  • Page 126: Viewing The Battery Meter

    Getting to Call Related Features... Press until you see press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Viewing the Battery Meter Satellite Mode Use this feature to check the charge level on your battery. Cellular Mode This feature is not available in cellular mode. Using Calling Features Call Related Features 1.

  • Page 127: Viewing Signal Strength

    Viewing Signal Strength Use this feature to check the strength of the signal that your phone is receiving from the Iridium satellite network. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Call Related Features...” to get to 2. Press to select. You will see Signal...

  • Page 128: Deactivating Pending Call Drop Signal

    Getting to Call Related Features... Press until you see press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Deactivating Pending Call Drop Signal Satellite Mode Under rare circumstances, due to system overcapacity or a satellite outage, a satellite may not be available to take your call.

  • Page 129: Restricting Your Phone Number Id

    Restricting Your Phone Number ID This feature is not available in satellite mode. Note: You must subscribe to this network feature through your service provider. Contact your service provider for additional information. If your phone number is normally sent with each call (so that a recipient with calling line identification can see your number), select Call...

  • Page 130

    Using Calling Features...

  • Page 131: Using Message Services

    Using Message Services You can receive voicemail notification messages, and send and receive numeric and text messages through your Personal Mailbox service— around the world. Wherever you are, you can have instant reference to all your communication. The feature selection on the Messages menu varies depending on your mode setting.

  • Page 132: Messages Menu

    Messages Menu Satellite Mode Messages Cellular Mode Messages (GSM 900/1800) (GSM 900) Cellular Mode Messages (TDMA 800/1900) (CDMA 1900) (CDMA/AMPS) Using Message Services Call Voicemail Received Messages (first message) (first message) Delete Message Return Call 1 Edit Message 2 Send Message Store Message Go to Next Message Outgoing Messages 2...

  • Page 133: Checking Your Voicemail

    Getting to Message Features... Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Checking Your Voicemail This feature makes checking your voicemail simple. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Message Features...”...

  • Page 134: Managing Your Received Messages

    Managing Your Received Messages How Your Phone Notifies You of Messages If your phone is powered on, it notifies you of received messages in the following ways: How Messages Are Stored Your phone stores all messages on your SIM card. The total number of messages that you can store depends on your service provider.

  • Page 135

    What Messages Contain You can receive short text or numeric messages in your Personal Mailbox. Text messages may contain up to 160 characters. Numeric messages— typically phone numbers—may contain up to 20 digits. Your personal mailbox works along with call forwarding.

  • Page 136: Accessing Received Messages

    Accessing Received Messages Read a New Message Satellite Mode Notification Messages Cellular Mode An incoming voicemail notification message (GSM 900/1800) automatically scrolls across your screen. You can: (GSM 900) Text Messages When you receive a new alphanumeric message, you will see Notes: Cellular Mode This feature is not available in TDMA or CDMA...

  • Page 137

    Getting to Received Messages... Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Read a Stored Message To read a stored message that you have received: 1.

  • Page 138: Go To The Next Message, Delete A Message

    Go to the Next Message Satellite Mode To go to the next message: Cellular Mode (GSM 900/1800) (GSM 900) Cellular Mode This feature is not available in TDMA or CDMA cellular mode. (TDMA 800/1900) (CDMA 1900) (CDMA/AMPS) Delete a Message Satellite Mode Use this feature to make room for new messages on your SIM card.

  • Page 139: Return A Call

    Return a Call A callback number appears in quotes within the received message. If one is enclosed, you can instantly place a call to that number. If a callback number is not included, your phone selects the first number in the message. Note: You must subscribe to this network feature through your service provider.

  • Page 140: Managing Outgoing Messages

    Getting to Message Features... Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Managing Outgoing Messages You can create a new message and send it immediately, or store it in an outgoing messages list for later use.

  • Page 141

    Create a New Message To create a new message in the message editor: 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Message Features...” to get to press to select. The message editor displays the contents of the last message entered. If there are no previous messages, the cursor is placed in the upper left corner of the editing area.

  • Page 142

    Edit a Message You can edit a new message at any time while you are creating it. You can also edit received messages or messages stored in the outgoing messages list. See “Edit a Stored Message” on page 135 for instructions on how to copy a received message into the message editor.

  • Page 143

    The message is sent to your message service center, which forwards the message to its final destination. You will see message arrives at the service center. If the message cannot be delivered to the service Message Failed center, you will see Resend? on the next line.

  • Page 144

    Getting to Outgoing Messages... Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. This feature displays the first message stored in the outgoing messages list. Note: This feature must be activated by your service provider.

  • Page 145

    Go to the Next Message This feature takes you to the next message in the outgoing messages list. Note: This feature must be activated by your service provider. Contact your service provider for additional information. To go to the next message in satellite mode: 1.

  • Page 146

    The message is sent to your message service center, which forwards the message to its final destination. You will see message arrives at the service center. If the message cannot be delivered to the service center, you will see Resend? If you have not previously stored a service center number, then you will see “Enter Service Center Number”...

  • Page 147

    The message is copied to the message editor. You will see the final portion of the message displayed in the editing area. The cursor is placed at the end of the message. For instructions on how to edit a message, see “Message Editor”...

  • Page 148: Managing Other Message Settings

    Getting to Message Settings... Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Managing Other Message Settings Store Your Voicemail Number To store a voicemail number: Tip: Use pause dialing to store your voicemail...

  • Page 149

    Enter Service Center Number Use this feature to enter the number for the service center that forwards your outgoing messages. You must specify a service number before you can send any messages. Note: This feature must be activated by your service provider.

  • Page 150

    Getting to Message Settings... Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. This feature specifies the maximum amount of time, in hours, that an unforwarded outgoing message will remain at the service center before it is deleted.

  • Page 151

    Specify Outgoing Message Type You can send messages to a device which interprets them in a format other than text. Your service center converts the messages before forwarding them to the destination address. Note: This feature must be activated by your service provider.

  • Page 152

    Using Message Services...

  • Page 153: Customizing Phone Features

    Customizing Phone Features Once you are comfortable with the basic features of your new phone, use the Phone Setup menu to configure your phone the way you like it. The feature selection on the Phone Setup menu varies depending on your mode setting.

  • Page 154: Phone Setup Menu

    Phone Setup Menu Satellite Mode Phone Setup Customizing Phone Features Adjust Ring Volume Ring or Vibrate Ring Only Vibrate Only Vibrate Then Ring No Ring or Vibrate Set Ringer Tone Standard Tone High Tone Phone Lock Automatic Lock On/Off Lock Now Change Unlock Code Activate IR Port Require SIM Card PIN...

  • Page 155

    Phone Setup Emergency Mapping 1 Intl Dialing Prefix 1 Change Number 1 System Scan 2 Std A/B Scan B/A Std B/A Scan A/B Scan A Scan B Home Only Preferred SIDs System Options 1 Display SID Roam List Version 3 Adjust Ring Volume Ring or Vibrate Ring Only...

  • Page 156: Managing Phone Ringer Settings

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Managing Phone Ringer Settings You can adjust your phone’s ringer volume and tone, and set the phone to ring or vibrate to notify you of incoming calls.

  • Page 157: Set The Ringer Tone

    Set the Phone to Ring or Vibrate This feature is ideal for situations where a ringing phone is inappropriate or in noisy places where you might not hear the ringer. The VibraCall function notifies you of incoming calls by discreet vibrations.

  • Page 158: Locking And Unlocking Your Phone

    Getting to Phone Lock... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Locking and Unlocking Your Phone These features can help you prevent unwanted use of your phone. Lock the Phone Automatically Use this feature to set your phone to lock itself every time it is powered on.

  • Page 159

    Change the Unlock Code The unlock code is originally set to 1234. You should change it as soon as possible. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Phone Lock...” to get to press to select. You will see Security Code 2.

  • Page 160: Activating The Infrared Data Port

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Activating the Infrared Data Port Use this feature to activate the infrared data port on your phone when you want to establish a wireless infrared connection with an external device.

  • Page 161: Protecting The Sim Card

    Getting to Require SIM Card PIN... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Protecting the SIM Card You can use a Personal Identification Number (PIN) code to protect the information stored on your SIM card even when it is inserted into someone else’s phone.

  • Page 162

    Getting to Require SIM Card PIN... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Change the SIM Card PIN Code To choose your own PIN code: Unblock the PIN Code Tip: The If your PIN code is entered incorrectly three times in message...

  • Page 163: Managing Other Security Settings

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Managing Other Security Settings Your phone includes other security features: • a SIM card PIN2 code for accessing fixed dialing settings and other subscription-dependent features •...

  • Page 164

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Unblock the PIN2 Code If your PIN2 code is entered incorrectly three times in a row, need to enter a PIN2 unblocking key (PUK2), which you can obtain from your service provider.

  • Page 165: Activating Extended Menus

    Activating Extended Menus This feature activates and deactivates the extended menus. See “Personalizing the Options Menu” on page 200 to learn how extended menus can make your phone even simpler to use. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Phone Setup...”...

  • Page 166: Managing Time And Date Settings

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Managing Time and Date Settings View the Time and Date Use this feature to view the current time and date in one of two time zones. Note: This feature is available only when the extended menus are activated.

  • Page 167: Set The Time Format

    Change the Time Displayed Use this feature to determine which time is displayed on your real time clock indicator. Note: This feature is available only when the extended menus are activated. See “Activating Extended Menus” on page 161. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Phone Setup...”...

  • Page 168: Set The Time And Date

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Set the Time and Date To make it easy to check the local time when you travel, your phone can save the current time and date for two different time zones.

  • Page 169: Selecting The Display Language

    Selecting the Display Language Your phone contains 21 languages. Use this feature to select the language in which your phone displays menus and messages. Note: This feature is available only when the extended menus are activated. See “Activating Extended Menus” on page 161. 1.

  • Page 170: Turning Lights On And Off

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Turning Lights On and Off You can activate or deactivate all phone lighting, including the phone status indicator, display backlighting, and keypad backlighting. Note: This feature is available only when the extended menus are activated.

  • Page 171: Setting Keypad Tones

    Setting Keypad Tones Choose the sounds your phone makes when its keys are pressed. Note: This feature is available only when the extended menus are activated. See “Activating Extended Menus” on page 161. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Phone Setup...”...

  • Page 172: Managing Phone Settings

    Getting to Phone Status... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Managing Phone Settings Review Your Phone’s Settings Use this feature to review all of your phone’s settings that have changed from their original default settings.

  • Page 173

    Reset Phone Options to Factory Defaults Use the master reset feature to reset all settings to their original default settings. This feature: • resets audible call timers, the in-call timer, and the automatic lock • resets extended menus to default setting •...

  • Page 174

    Getting to Phone Status... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Clear All Stored Information The master clear feature resets the same items as master reset, plus the following: Master clear does not clear the: Satellite Mode To clear all settings:...

  • Page 175: Cellular Mode Settings

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Cellular Mode Settings These phone setup features are available in TDMA and CDMA cellular modes only. For information on switching to cellular mode, see “Selecting a Mode” on page 185.

  • Page 176

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Satellite Mode This feature is not available in satellite mode or GSM cellular mode. Cellular Mode (GSM 900/1800) (GSM 900) Cellular Mode This feature allows you to use the (international dialing prefix (TDMA 800/1900)

  • Page 177

    Set System Scan Preference This feature is not available in satellite mode, GSM cellular mode, TDMA cellular mode, or CDMA 1900 cellular mode. The system scan feature lets you select the type of cellular system your phone accesses. This feature typically is configured by your cellular service provider.

  • Page 178

    System Scan Settings Customizing Phone Features Setting Description Your phone first seeks a home type system, then a non-home type system. Standard • If home system is non-wireline (type Mode A), you • If home system is wireline (type B), will Your phone first seeks a non-home type system, then a home type system.

  • Page 179

    Getting to Phone Setup... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Switch Phone Numbers This feature is not available in satellite mode or GSM cellular mode. Your phone can operate on two to four different home systems depending on your Cellular Cassette.

  • Page 180

    Customizing Phone Features...

  • Page 181: Accessing The Network

    Accessing the Network This chapter shows you how to register with the Iridium network in satellite mode, or how to locate and register with an available local network in GSM cellular mode. The feature selection on the Network Selection menu varies depending on your mode setting.

  • Page 182: Network Selection Menu

    Network Selection Menu Satellite Mode Network Selection Cellular Mode Network Selection (GSM 900/1800) (GSM 900) Cellular Mode This menu is not available in TDMA or CDMA cellular mode. (TDMA 800/1900) (CDMA 1900) (CDMA/AMPS) Accessing the Network Register Now Available Networks Register Now Network Search Registration Preferences...

  • Page 183: Registering With The Satellite Network

    Getting to Network Selection... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Registering With the Satellite Network Use this feature to access Iridium satellite service. Your phone searches for the Iridium satellite network. 1. Rotate and extend the antenna upward. See “Holding the Phone”...

  • Page 184

    Getting to Network Selection... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see the feature name, followed by Cellular Mode Settings These network selection features are available in GSM cellular mode only. For information on switching to cellular mode, see “Selecting a Mode”...

  • Page 185

    Setting Network Search Method This feature is not available in satellite mode. When your phone needs to register with a network, it generates a sorted list of networks. The network list is sorted in the following order: • the home network •...

  • Page 186

    You can select one of the following search methods: Cellular Mode This feature is not available in TDMA or CDMA cellular mode. (TDMA 800/1900) (CDMA 1900) (CDMA/AMPS) Accessing the Network Method Description The phone tries to register with the first network in the sorted list that satisfies the GSM network search Automatic Search rules described on page 181.

  • Page 187

    Getting to Network Selection... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see the feature name, followed by Finding a New Network This feature is not available in satellite mode. When your phone tries to register with a network, it excludes your current network from the search.

  • Page 188

    Accessing the Network...

  • Page 189: Selecting A Mode

    Selecting a Mode If you have an optional Cellular Cassette installed in your satellite phone, you can access the cellular network as well as the satellite network. This chapter shows you how to select the type of service you want to use, and how to set your mode selection preferences on the Mode Selection menu.

  • Page 190: Mode Selection Menu

    Mode Selection Menu All Modes Mode Selection Selecting a Mode Cellular Preferred Cellular Always Satellite Preferred Satellite Always...

  • Page 191: Phone Behavior By Mode

    Phone Behavior by Mode Preferred (Automatic) Modes When you select a preferred mode, your phone looks for that type of service first. If it cannot find your preferred service, after about five minutes, it switches automatically to your non-preferred service. If the phone switches to a non-preferred service, it checks at regular intervals (every 30 minutes) to see if your preferred service has become available.

  • Page 192: Selecting Satellite Mode

    Getting to Mode Selection... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see the feature name, followed by Selecting Satellite Mode Select Satellite Preferred Mode When you select this feature, your phone uses your Iridium satellite service if possible.

  • Page 193

    Select Satellite Always Mode When you select this feature, your system always accesses the Iridium satellite network. When you are in satellite mode, you will see the mode) indicator in the lower left corner of your display. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Mode Selection...”...

  • Page 194: Selecting Cellular Mode

    Getting to Mode Selection... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You will see the feature name, followed by Selecting Cellular Mode Select Cellular Preferred Mode When this mode is active, your phone uses your cellular service if possible.

  • Page 195: Timing Your Calls

    Timing Your Calls Your phone’s call meters give you a variety of options for tracking the time you spend on the phone. You can monitor the length of individual calls, set a timer to track monthly usage, or have the phone alert you with tones at specific intervals.

  • Page 196: Call Meters Menu

    Call Meters Menu Satellite Mode Call Meters 1 This feature is available only when the extended menus are Cellular Mode This menu is not available in cellular mode. Timing Your Calls Show Call Timers Show Last Call Total For All Calls Reset All Timers Set Audible Call Timers Single Alert Timer...

  • Page 197: Showing Call Timers

    Getting to Show Call Timers... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Showing Call Timers Call timers help you track your airtime. Keep a running tab of your monthly usage or view the airtime of your most recent call.

  • Page 198

    Getting to Show Call Timers... Press until you see Press to scroll to Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Show Total Time for All Calls Satellite Mode Use this feature to display your total airtime since you last reset the Call Timer.

  • Page 199: Setting Audible Call Timers

    Getting to Audible Call Timers... Press until you see Press to scroll to press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Setting Audible Call Timers Let your phone watch the clock for you. The call timers signal at a set time or interval with beeps only you can hear.

  • Page 200

    Getting to Audible Call Timers... Press until you see Press to scroll to press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Set the Repetitive Timer Satellite Mode Use this feature to set your phone to alert you at specific intervals, for example every 45 seconds.

  • Page 201: Showing The In-call Timer

    Getting to Call Meters... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Showing the In-Call Timer Use this feature to display a running clock of the airtime elapsed while on a call. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Call Meters...”...

  • Page 202: Showing The Lifetime Timer

    Getting to Call Meters... Press until you see Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Showing the Lifetime Timer Satellite Mode Use this feature to show the total time of all calls for the life of your phone. Note: This feature is available only when the extended menus are activated.

  • Page 203: Customizing The Menu System

    Customizing the Menu System This chapter shows you several ways to customize the menu system to suit your personal needs. You can hide the menu features you don’t use regularly, and you can add your favorite features to the Quick Access menu for instant recall.

  • Page 204: Personalizing The Options Menu

    Personalizing the Options Menu You can customize the Options menu by moving features in and out of the extended menus. Features that you place on the extended menu are hidden when extended menus are turned off, and become visible when you activate the extended menus.

  • Page 205

    Activate/Deactivate Extended Menus Use the Options menu to activate and deactivate extended menus. Activate them when you need access to every feature. Deactivate them for everyday use. 1. Press until you see press to select. 2. Press to scroll to press to select.

  • Page 206: Personalizing The Quick Access Menu

    Personalizing the Quick Access Menu You can replace the default Quick Access menu features described on page 71 with any of the following features. To change a default quick access feature to one of the features listed above: Customizing the Menu System Icon Quick Access Feature Find by Location recalls a phone book entry...

  • Page 207: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter tells you what to do if you experience one of the following problems: Problem Solution • Did you press and hold the You can’t turn the phone’s power • Check the battery. Is it charged, properly fitted, and •...

  • Page 208

    Problem Solution • Check to see that your phone is powered on. • Check the antenna. Is it fully extended and rotated? • Check the signal strength indicator. If the signal is You can’t receive calls. • Check the call forwarding and call barring settings. •...

  • Page 209

    • Is it an old battery? Battery performance declines after • Make sure you have a Motorola approved battery • Are you in an area of variable coverage? This uses • Is your antenna fully rotated and extended? Do you •...

  • Page 210

    Problem Solution • Your SIM card is • inserted in the phone but the display says: • Your phone has a Check Cassette Cellular Cassette Check that the Cellular Cassette has been inserted installed but the correctly. display says: You do not have a Cellular Cassette Make sure you have the correct mode settings selected.

  • Page 211: Index

    Index Symbols character 48 character 47, 48 ® character 48, 84 AC travel charger 20 accessories 19–23 accessory connector defined 15 illustration 13 Activated message 156 Activating Cancel? adapter antenna 22 auto accessory 21 Add To Short Menus message 200 airbag 10 alert, incoming call 52 alphanumeric keypad 13...

  • Page 212

    Blocked message 44, 160, Busy Try Later message 47, 59, 62, 69, 179 call answering 51–52 automatic redial 48 barring 117–121 conference call 63–65 dialing special characters 48 emergency call 49 ending 50, 53 forwarding 108–115 holding 61–65 incoming call alert 52 international call 47 last ten calls 97–98 muting 58...

  • Page 213

    Call Related Features menu (continued) Restrict My Phone Number feature 125 Show Battery Meter feature Show Signal Strength feature call timers all calls 194 elapsed airtime 197 in-call timer 197 lifetime timer 198 most recent call 193, 202 repetitive 196 resetting all 170, 194 single alert 195 total airtime 194...

  • Page 214

    code phone unlock 154–155 security 91, 155, 160, 169, 170 SIM card PIN 43, 157–158 SIM card PIN2 92–95, 159–160 Completed message 69 conference call adding single call 63, 65 beginning 63, 65 CDMA cellular mode 65 ending 64 ending all active calls 65 ending all held calls 65 holding a private conversation 64, 65...

  • Page 215

    extended menus (continued) Set Time and Date 164 Set Time Format 163 Show Time and Date 162, 163 external devices, communicating with 156 Failed message 69 Fast Charge Completed fixed dial list defined 92 entry adding 93 editing 95 erasing 94 one-touch dialing 101 viewing 96 fixed dialing...

  • Page 216

    indicators (continued) no service 18, 42 real time clock 17 roam 18, 180 satellite mode 17, 188, 189, scroll bar 18, 69 signal strength 13, 17, 123, status 13, 16 infrared data port activating 156 deactivating 156 defined 15 illustration 13 Insert Card message 43, 206 Insert Cassette...

  • Page 217

    making a call 46–50 master clear 170 master reset 169 memory phone 78, 80, 81 SIM card 78, 80, 81 memory recall key 14, 55, 88, 99 memory store key 14, 81, 97, 98 menu Add To Short Menus message Call Meters 191–198 Call Related Features 105–125 Cannot Move Menu Item...

  • Page 218

    Messages menu (continued) Received Messages feature 133–135 Voicemail Number feature 144 microphone 13 Mode Selection menu cellular always mode 190 cellular preferred mode 190 diagram 186 satellite always mode 189 satellite preferred mode 188 mode, selecting 188–190, 202 Move Cancelled message 200 multiple-key answer 51, 52 Mute End Call?

  • Page 219

    phone (continued) security code, default 155 service phone numbers 103, settings clearing 170 resetting default 169 viewing 168 turning on and off 42 unable to make call 203 unable to make international call 204 unable to receive call 204 unable to turn on 203 unable to unlock 204 unblocking the PIN code 158 unblocking the PIN2 code 160...

  • Page 220

    Phone Book menu (continued) Modify Name Or Number feature 89 My Phone Number(s) feature 99–100 One-Touch Dial Setting feature 101–102 Prevent Access feature 91 Setup Fixed Dialing feature activating 92 Add Entry 93 Edit Entry 95 Erase Entry 94 Last Ten Calls 97–98 View Fixed Dial List 96 Show Services feature 103 phone flash 66...

  • Page 221

    PIN code (continued) defined 157 Enter PIN message 43, 157 entering 43, 157–158 incorrect entry 158 unblocking 158 PIN unblocking key (PUK1) defined 158 entering 158 PIN2 code Blocked message 44, 160, changing 159 defined 159 Enter PIN2 message 92–95 entering 92–95 incorrect entry 160 unblocking 160...

  • Page 222

    Remove From Short Menus repetitive timer defined 196 resetting default setting 169 setting 196 Restricted Area message 47, 179 Restricted message 91 restricting calls 117–121 restricting phone use 92–96 restricting SIM card access 92 ringer activating 153 adjusting volume 55, 152, 202 deactivating 153 resetting default tone 169 setting tone 153...

  • Page 223

    SIM card (continued) inserting 28 phone number entering 100 modifying 100 security issues 79 viewing your own 55, 99 PIN code activating 157 changing 158 deactivating 157 defined 157 Enter PIN message 43, 157 entering 43, 157–158 incorrect entry 158 unblocking 158 PIN2 code changing 159...

  • Page 224

    unlock code changing 155 default 154 entering 154 unlocking the keypad 54 unlocking the phone 154 See also locking the phone VibraCall alert function activating 71, 153 deactivating 153 phone power-on and 42 vibration mode. See VibraCall alert function View Options? voicemail call forwarding when unavailable 108...

  • Page 225: Patent Information

    Patent Information Manufactured under one or more of the following U.S. patents: 4121218 4616314 4741034 4138681 4617520 4742562 4193036 D286778 D295627 4254382 4626309 4746242 4302845 4628529 D295973 4312074 4629829 D295975 4327319 4630304 4751737 4329666 4630305 D296187 4369516 4633141 4761621 4369522 4636593 4764737 4378603...

  • Page 228

    In order to contact Motorola (Monday thru Friday 7AM to 7PM [CST]), dial one of the following numbers: US &...

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