Motorola 6881029B15-A User Manual

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Numeric Codes... 2 Control Buttons... 3 Getting Started Turning Your Pager On... 4 Turning Your Pager Off... 5 Backlight ... 5 Receiving/Reading Messages ... 6 Sending a Test Page to Yourself ... 8 Time Setting the Time... 9 Alerts Setting the Incoming Message Alert ...

  • Page 3: Effective Use Of Your Pager

    Effective Use of Your Pager Your pager can help you keep in contact with everyone important to you. By giving your pager number to your business associates, family, and friends, you can be contacted when necessary.

  • Page 4: Numeric Codes

    Numeric Codes Most pages you receive are displayed phone numbers for you to call. But you can give numeric codes to your friends, family, and associates that they can use to send you a message. For example, you might use the following codes as messages: Important message I’ve got the information...

  • Page 5: Control Buttons

    Control Buttons On/Read/ Select Button Menu Button On/Read/ Used to turn on the pager, to read a message, and Select to select pager settings. Menu Used to scroll through the menu. Note: Either button turns on the backlight.

  • Page 6: Turning Your Pager On

    Note: Press either button to stop the start-up alert. While the pager is on and no activity is taking place, the Standby screen is displayed. In this example, the Standby screen displays the alert mode (...

  • Page 7: Turning Your Pager Off, Backlight

    Standby screen is displayed, the backlight remains on for four seconds before automatically turning off. From the Standby screen, press and off ? release until is displayed. Press to turn the pager off. The Off screen is displayed without any icons.

  • Page 8: Receiving/reading Messages

    Your pager can receive up to sixteen 20-character numeric messages. Messages are stored in a stack, with the most recent message received on top. When a message is received, your pager either alerts audibly or it vibrates. A message indicator (for example many messages you have received.

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    v555-1212vvv Message screen with continuous message indicator v1881:45p8vv Last Message screen with message slot number and message time stamp When the message is longer than 12 characters, the remainder of the message is displayed on one or more additional screen(s) (indicated in the example).

  • Page 10: Sending A Test Page To Yourself

    Sending a Test Page to Yourself After you have read this guide and your pager has been activated by your service provider, send yourself a test page. If you have any problems, refer to “Functionality and Use of Your Pager” on page 25.

  • Page 11: Setting The Time

    Setting the Time vvv12:00a88v Standby screen vsetTvtTime8 Set Time prompt vvv12:00a888 Set Time screen From the Standby screen, press and setT tTime release until displayed. Press The hour field flashes. Press and release to adjust the hour. (In this example, changing to Press to move to the first minute...

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    vvv81:00a8vv The hour has been adjusted. vvvv1:30a8vv The first minute digit has been adjusted. Press and release to adjust the first minute digit. (In this example, is changing to Press to move to the second minute digit. Press and release to adjust the second minute digit.

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    vvvv1:35a8vv The second minute digit has been adjusted. vvvv1:35p8vv The AM/PM digit has been adjusted. Press and release to select either AM ( ) or PM ( ). (In this example, is changing to Press to save the time setting and return to the Standby screen.

  • Page 14: Setting The Incoming Message Alert

    Setting the Incoming Message Alert You can set your pager to alert with either an audible or silent alert (vibration with no alert tone). Note: You can switch between these two alert modes depending upon the prompt displayed. The Standby screen displays starting in audible mode.

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    Audible Alert prompt vvvv1:35pvv8 Standby screen (Vibrate alert mode) To change to a vibrating (silent) alert, press . The pager vibrates and returns to the Standby screen. The pager is now in vibrate alert mode. is no longer displayed. Note:...

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    Switching from Silent to Audible Alert Mode is displayed (indicating the pager is in the audible mode) and you want to switch to the silent mode, go to “Switching from Audible to Silent Alert Mode” on page 12. vvvv1:35pvv8 Standby screen...

  • Page 17: Locking Messages

    If you have recalled a message from memory and want to lock it, skip to Step 3. The pager has received a message and alerts for eight seconds. Press either button to stop the alert.

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    88838pages88 Message Indicator screen 333-333-3333 Message screen 8protTectT88 Protect prompt Press to display the message. protTectT Press until displayed. Press to lock the message. Note: You must first unlock a locked message to delete it.

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    333-333-3333 Message screen with locked message Note: A maximum of eight messages may be locked at one time. If you attempt to lock a ninth message, unlock at least one locked message. is displayed in the upper right corner, indicating that this message is now locked.

  • Page 20: Unlocking Messages

    Unlocking Messages 88882:15p888 Standby screen 333-333-3333 Message screen with locked message unprotTectT8 Unprotect prompt Note: This unlocked message can now be erased (when used). An unlocked message might be overwritten if an overflow condition occurs. (For more information about overflow, go to page 24.) Press and release until the message you want to unlock is...

  • Page 21: Deleting Messages

    From the Standby screen, press and erase all release until displayed. Note: This prompt is only available when your pager has unlocked messages you have already read. Press . All read, unlocked messages are deleted. The pager returns to the Standby screen.

  • Page 22: Duplicate Messages

    Duplicate Messages vvv11:15pvvv Standby screen 88828pages88 Message Indicator screen vduplicatTev Duplicate prompt v55512128vvv Message screen with continuous message indicator When a duplicate message is first received, it looks like any other message. (The Message Indicator screen is displayed.) Press and release to display the duplicate message.

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    v1881:50p8vv Last Message screen with message slot number and message time stamp v8escape8?vv Escape prompt Press and release until displayed. Note: After you have read this duplicate message, will not be displayed again with this message (unless another duplicate message is sent).

  • Page 24: Errored Data Messages

    Errored Data Messages vvv11:15pvvv Standby screen 88828pages88 Message Indicator screen v55u12128vvv Error Example When an errored data message is received, the Message Indicator screen is displayed. Press and release to display the message. The errored message is displayed. Note: The message may appear to errors be correct.

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    v8v8verrorsv Errors prompt v1881:50p8vv Last Message screen v8escape8?vv Escape prompt Press and release to advance to the next screen. Press and release until displayed. Note: An errored data message is not automatically deleted. Press and release to return to the Standby screen.

  • Page 26: Message Storing

    Message Storing Your pager can store up to 16 personal messages in memory. Each stored message is assigned a number which is displayed when you read the message. The first message received is 1, the second is 2, and so on.

  • Page 27: Out Of Range, Cleaning Your Pager, Functionality And Use Of Your Pager

    Do not use alcohol or other cleaning solutions. Functionality and Use of Your Pager For questions pertaining to the functions and use of your Motorola pager, please visit our web site at www.mot.com/pagers or in the U.S., call 1-800- 548-9954.

  • Page 28: Care And Maintenance

    For more information about warranties, please contact either your paging service provider, retailer, or Motorola, Inc. at 1-800-548-9954. For repairs, call Motorola, Inc. at 1-800-548-9954 in the U.S. or 1-800-323-9685 in Canada. In the U.S., to contact Motorola, Inc. on your TDD, call 1-800-793-7834.

  • Page 29: Removing And Replacing Your Beltclip

    Press down on the release tab with the tip of a ballpoint pen. While holding the release tab down, slide the beltclip towards the tab until the beltclip is free from the pager body. Release tab...

  • Page 30: Battery Information

    Slide the beltclip onto the body until it snaps into place. Battery Information Your Digitz pager operates with one AAA-size alkaline battery. When the lo battery battery is low, seconds in length. Change your battery within five days after receiving a low-battery indication.

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    Replacing the Battery Turn your pager off. To remove the old battery, slide the battery door in the Slide to open direction shown to unlock the battery door. Lift the battery door so that you can access the battery. Remove the battery.

  • Page 32: Patent Information

    Patent Information This Motorola product is manufactured under one or more Motorola U.S. patents. These patent numbers are listed inside the housing of this product. Other U.S. patents for this product are pending. t, Motorola, Digitz, and are trademarks or registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc.

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    Digitz™ Quick Reference Card Indicators and Icons Out of range Audible alert Message continuation Locked message Locking and Unlocking Messages While reading a message, press unprotTectT Press SILENT/ AUDIBLE Control Buttons On/Read/Select Menu protTectT to display either Digitz Prompts Map Standby ERASE ALL SET TIME...

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