Motorola 9 User Manual

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    Motorola, Inc. makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents or use of this manual and specifically disclaims any warranties, express or implied, of merchantability or fitness for any specific purpose. Further, Motorola, Inc. reserves the right to revise this publication and to make any modifications to its content, at any time, without obligation to notify any party, person, or entity of such revisions or changes.

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    Software, you agree to be bound by all the terms of this Agreement. If you do not agree with the terms of this Agreement, promptly return the Accompli 009 and the unused Software to the place from which you obtained them for a full refund.

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    High Risk Activities. U. S. GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS The U. S. Government acknowledges Motorola’s representation that the Software and its documentation were developed at private expense and no part of them is in the public domain and that the Software is Restricted Computer Software as that term is defined in Clause52.227-19(FAR) and is Commercial Computer Software as that term is defined in...

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    LIMITED WARRANTY Motorola warrants that each copy of the Software will be free from physical defects in the media that tangibly embodies the copy for a period of ninety (90) days from the date the product accompanying the Software was purchased by you. Motorola, at its option, will at no charge repair or replace the media of the Software that contains defects in materials or workmanship in the media.

  • Page 7: General Safety Instructions

    0.063 watts to 1.58 watts. Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy Your Motorola wireless device is designed to comply with the following national and international standards and guidelines regarding exposure of human beings to radio frequency electromagnetic energy: •...

  • Page 8: Electromagnetic Interference/compatibility

    To mainta in comp liance with FCC RF expo sure guidelines , if you wear a device on your bo d y wh en tra n s mit t i n g, alw a y s pl ace th e d e v i c e i n a Motorola-supplied or approved clip, holder, holster, case, or body harness.

  • Page 9: Operational Warnings

    Medical Devices Pacemakers The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of 6 inches (15 centimeters) be maintained between a handheld wireless device and a pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research by, and recommendations of, Wireless Technology Research. Persons with pacemakers should: •...

  • Page 10: Operational Cautions

    The conductive material may complete an electrical circuit (short circuit) and become quite hot. Exercise care in handling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside a pocket, purse, or other container with metal objects. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 11: Battery Safety

    • Do not charge ot he r batteries in th e Motorola battery charge r. Chargi ng ot her batteries c a n c a u s e t ho s e b a tt e ri es t o b ur s t or e x plo d e, r es u l t i n g i n p e r s on a l i nj u r y or p r op e rt y d am ag e .

  • Page 12: Agency Approvals, Cleaning Your Accompli 009, Care And Maintenance, Questions

    If repair is required, the Motorola Service Organization, staffed with specially trained technicians, offers repair and maintenance facilities throughout the world. To protect the operating system, applications, and data on your Accompli 009, ensure that the PC from which you download files is protected by up-to-date virus protection software.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    The SIM Card 28 The Desktop Holder 28 The Holster 29 Other Accessories 30 Turning your Accompli 009 On and Off 30 The Accompli 009 as a Phone 31 Configuring Your Accompli 009 32 Setting Preferences 34 Beaming Items 34...

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    About Folders 58 Working with Folders 60 About SMS Message Rules 61 About Cell Broadcast Rules 63 Setting Message Preferences 64 Using Common Accompli 009 Features with SMS 65 Phone 67 Setting Phone Preferences 67 Network Selection 69 Call Forwarding 71...

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    Contacts 87 Entering Contacts 87 Looking up Contact Entries 89 Setting Contact Preferences 91 Creating a Mailing List 92 Using Common Accompli 009 Features with Contacts 92 Calendar 95 Viewing Events 95 Adding an Event 96 Receiving Event Reminders 98...

  • Page 16: Table Of Contents

    About Control Panel 132 About Accompli 133 Alert settings 133 AutoType 133 Battery Status 134 Beaming Settings 134 Clean-Up 135 Date and Time 135 Deleting Add-On Applications 135 Device Security 136 Font Sizes 136 Home Screen Manager 137 Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Key Clicks 138 Memory Manager 138 Owner Information 139 Phone Setup 140 Printer Setup 141 Privacy Options 141 Quick Text 142 Quiet Time 143 Service Provider 143 Signature 144 TrueSync and Partner Settings 144 Transmit Status 145 email 147 setting service provider information 147 Setting Up Email 147 Managing Accounts 149 Working with email 149...

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    C o n t e n t s Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 19: Welcome

    Note The Accompli 009 is designed to synchronize with basic features of the initial release of many popular Personal Information Management (PIM) software and hardware prod- ucts.

  • Page 20: Using This Manual

    Before you begin using this manual, make certain you are familiar with these conventions: Keys you When you are instructed to press a single key on the Accompli 009 key- press board, the key name appears in small caps. For example:...

  • Page 21: Using Accompli 009, The Flip™ Keypad Cover, The Led Indicator

    T H E F L I P ™ K E Y P A D C O V E R The front keypad cover on the Accompli 009 houses and protects its TFT screen. Opening the cover awakens the display screen, while closing the cover puts the screen into sleep mode.

  • Page 22: The Keyboard

    T h e K e y b o a r d T H E K E Y B O A R D The Accompli 009 comes with a keyboard with easy-to-use navigation keys and special function keys. In addition, the Phone application includes a Numlock mode that enables the dark blue keys on the left side of the keyboard to operate as a numeric keypad.

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    HOME key to beam your vCard information to a HOME to tab backward. , Phone to activate Number Lock mode. When in Number T h e K e y b o a r d Using Accompli 009...

  • Page 24: The Home Screen

    The Home screen provides quick access to both pre-loaded applications and those you add yourself. The Accompli 009 enables you to choose between two Home screen formats: the Menu Wheel or Desktop. (See “Home Screen Manager” on page 137 for instructions on setting preferences for Home screen formats.)

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    Message has been sent Message could not be sent Signal strength indicator No signal PDA Mode - Transceiver off Device is charging GPRS is currently available T h e H o m e S c r e e n Using Accompli 009...

  • Page 26: The Battery And Charger

    T H E B A T T E R Y A N D C H A R G E R Motorola batteries and chargers are made from some of the highest-quality materials available. The battery and charger included with the Accompli 009 come with a one-year limited warranty and should provide good performance well beyond the initial warranty period.

  • Page 27: Replacing The Battery

    Recharging the Batt ery Recharging can be accomplished by placing your Accompli 009 in the desktop holder. For optimum performance, use the recommended Motorola equipment. 1. Insert the rapid charger 2. Plug the rapid charger into an connector into the back of the desktop holder.

  • Page 28: The Sim Card, The Desktop Holder

    T H E D E S K T O P H O L D E R The Accompli 009 includes a desktop holder with an infrared (IR) port. The desktop holder is used to transfer data to and from your computer or when synchronizing your Accompli 009 PIM applications with your desktop PIM applications.

  • Page 29: The Holster

    Connecting the Desktop Holder to Your Computer The IR port in the desktop holder aligns with the IR port on your Accompli 009, enabling data transmission. The desktop holder is connected to your computer with the Motorola-provided RS232 null modem cable.

  • Page 30: Turning Your Accompli 009 On And Off

    T U R N I N G Y O U R A C C O M P L I 0 0 9 O N A N D O F F The rechargeable battery in your Accompli 009 allows you to leave the device turned on 24 hours a day.

  • Page 31: The Accompli 009 As A Phone

    T h e A c c o m p l i 0 0 9 a s a P h o n e 1. Open the Flip Keypad Cover. 2. Plug the earpiece into the left side of the device, in the first port. 3. Adjust the volume using the Volume Control button on the front of the device. Using Accompli 009...

  • Page 32: Configuring Your Accompli 009

    The first time you start the device, the Welcome Tour appears. The tour helps you to become familiar with the basics of using your Accompli 009. You can also review the Welcome tour by selecting the Welcome application from the Home screen.

  • Page 33: Setting Phone Preferences

    ENTER Phone - Voice and data calls can be made. PDA - Voice and data calls cannot be made. Setting Phone Preferences You can set phone preferences that willl determine how your phone makes and receives calls.

  • Page 34: Beaming Items

    2.6 meters (8.5 feet). To beam your owner information: Press and hold the HOME Accompli 009 User’s Guide to move to the desired option, and then press the key or the Contacts hot key. key.

  • Page 35: Receiving Incoming Items

    R E C E I V I N G I N C O M I N G I T E M S When you receive a message or other incoming item sent over-the-air or beamed to your Accompli 009, a pop-up alerting you to the message appears. To scroll through the entire message: Press the N up or down.

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    C h a p t e r 2 R e c e i v i n g I n c o m in g I t e m s Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 37: Accompli 009 Features

    Private Entries • "Go To" Feature This chapter explains how to use these features with any of the Accompli 009 applications in which they are supported. In addition, this chapter includes information about the following applications available from the Home screen: •...

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    If there are entries in the category you are deleting, determine what to do with those entries. You can choose one of the following actions: • Put in trash • File in another category • Cancel the Delete category action Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

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    Press the key, then type V to paste the highlighted text. U s i n g C u t , C o p y, a n d P a s t e key. SHIFT key. SHIFT key. SHIFT Accompli 009 Features...

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    Using the N , scroll through the list of items in the selected category, date, or folder and highlight the item containing the text that you want to insert. Select the OK button from the toolbar. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

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    S E N D I N G I N F O R M A T I O N The Personal Information Management (PIM) applications enable you to send contact entries, calendar events, tasks, and memos from your Accompli 009 to someone else using the Send function.

  • Page 42: Marking Private Entries, Go To Feature

    U S I N G T R A S H C A N When you delete items on your Accompli 009, many of them are moved to the Trashcan before being permanently deleted. You can view the items in the Trashcan, permanently discard them, specify Trashcan settings that determine how often items in the Trashcan Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

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    Note If you restore messages after their corresponding folder has been deleted, they are restored to the Inbox. If you restore items that belonged to a category that has been deleted, they are restored to the General category. U s i n g Tr a s h c a n Accompli 009 Features...

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    Find enables you to search for words or phrases from within or across any of the Accompli 009 PIM applications and the messaging applications. Find searches through the data contained in your applications and returns a list of all entries, by application, that contain the text you specified.

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    Review the list of applications containing found items and select the application whose items you want to view. To view the details for a found item, highlight the item and select the View item button from the toolbar. U s i n g F in d Accompli 009 Features...

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    Send item • Beam item • Print item From the Choose an item pop-up for the information type you selected, narrow your search criteria by doing one of the following: Accompli 009 User’s Guide key to return to the Home HOME...

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    Locate the directory to which you saved the Accompli009.inf file and click Open. Click OK, then click Next. Select the port(s) to which you want to install the Accompli 009 modem and click Next. Once the modem is successfully installed, click Finish.

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    To check your Accompli 009 modem settings on your PC: On the Windows taskbar, click Start>Settings>Control Panel. Double-click Modems. On the Modem Properties dialog box, select the Accompli 009 modem, then click Properties. Make certain the maximum speed is set to 38400.

  • Page 49: Using The Wap Micro Browser

    U S I N G T H E W A P M I C R O B R O W S E R The WAP micro browser allows you to use your Accompli 009 to access information, such as flight information, email, and directions, on the Internet just as you would from your desktop.

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    Go button and then press TIP You can also access a web favorite from anywhere within the WAP micro browser appli- cation by pressing to visit. Accompli 009 User’s Guide ENTER ENTER . Your Service Provider may have...

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    To assist you with learning certain features and functions of the Accompli applications, an online Help application is available from the Home screen. You can also access certain help topics directly from the application with which they are associated by selecting the Help button on the toolbar. Accompli 009 Features...

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    C h a p t e r 3 U s i n g H e lp Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 53: Using Trashcan, Receiving Messages

    C H A P T E R 4 SMS provides many of the same robust features you are accustomed to using in desktop e- mail messaging applications, along with added features that make sending and receiving messages easy and more useful. R E C E I V I N G N E W T E X T M E S S A G E S When a new message arrives, a New Message pop-up displays to alert you that you have received a new message.

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    In the Device type field, select one of the following: • Email address (if the gateway is not configured, the email address will not be available) • Phone number • Fax number Accompli 009 User’s Guide key. A check- ENTER...

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    Type the number or address for the recipient. Select the OK button from the toolbar, and press Select the OK button at the Send SMS Messages To screen. Compose your message as described above and select the Send button from the toolbar.

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    Select the Send reply button from the toolbar. The Sending Reply pop-up appears. Forwarding Messages Your Accompli 009 enables you to share your received messages without retyping them. Simply forward the message to an address in Contacts. Your signature is inserted at the beginning of the forwarded message.

  • Page 57: Deleting Messages

    To forward a message: Highlight the message you want to forward. Select the Forward message button on the toolbar. Select the contact to whom you want to forward the message. Select the OK button on the toolbar. (Optional) Write a brief comment or explanation above the original message or document.

  • Page 58: About Folders

    You can have up to 200 folders, including system folders. See “Creating New Folders” on page 60 for more information. About the Inbox The Inbox receives incoming messages transmitted to your Accompli 009. Messages that appear in the Inbox can have one of the following four conditions: The message has not been read.

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    Additional folders that you create provide the same view and functions as the Inbox. About the Cell Broadcast Folder Cell Broadcast Messages are general messages, broadcast to a group of phones and are stored in the Cell Broadcast folder. These messages are broadcast in numbered channels and, in general, each channel will tend to carry one particular type of information.

  • Page 60: Working With Folders

    Choose whether to permanently delete the messages or move them to the Trashcan. Select the Save changes button from the toolbar. To edit personal folder settings: Select the SMS application from the Home screen. Highlight the folder that you want to modify. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

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    Select the Edit folder settings button from the toolbar. Modify the folder name and storage options, as applicable. Note You cannot rename system folders. Select the Save changes button from the toolbar to save your changes. To delete a personal folder: Select the SMS application from the Home screen.

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    Select the SMS application from the Home screen. Select the Message rules button from the toolbar. On the Message Rules list, highlight the message rule you want to delete. Select the Delete rule button from the toolbar. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

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    When you create a new Cell Broadcast rule, you specify the Broadcast channel you want to receive and make decisions about how you want to be alerted when Cell Broadcast messages arrive. Be aware that your Accompli 009 device limits the number of messages stored in the Cell Broadcast folder to 50.

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    Provider. If you do not specify a gateway, you will not be able to select email addresses from the Select SMS Recipients screen. In the Expiry period field, specify the maximum time, in hours, that your unforwarded messages are to remain with the Message Service Center before being deleted. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

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    U S I N G C O M M O N A C C O M P L I 0 0 9 F E A T U R E S W I T H S M S SMS enables you to use a number of common Accompli 009 features, including the following: •...

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    U s i n g C o m m o n A c c o m p l i 0 0 9 F e a t u r e s w i t h S M S Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 67: Phone

    C H A P T E R 5 PHONE Your Accompli 009 provides unrivaled power in mobile phone technology and is packed with features that put you in control. The Phone application provides the following features: • SIM card support •...

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    If you do not want your phone number displayed by a recipient’s caller ID, select the Restrict ID on Next Call option. Note Check with your Cellular Service Provider to see whether this feature is supported. Select the OK button to return to the Phone Setup screen. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 69: Network Selection

    Selecting a Network In order for your Accompli 009 to make and receive phone calls, it must register with one of the available networks. The Phone application can handle either of the following network types: •...

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    If it fails to register with any of the listed networks, it will start at the beginning of the list based on the frequency you define. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 71: Call Forwarding

    In the manual mode, the Phone application presents you with a sorted list of networks. Select a network from the list and the Phone application will try to register with the selected network. To set Network search settings: Select Controls from the Home screen. Select the Phone Setup icon.

  • Page 72: Call Barring

    Select the Call Barring Options button from the toolbar. The Call Barring screen displays. Select the Enable call barring option. In the Bar incoming calls option box, choose one of the following: • When roaming • All calls • Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 73: Fixed Dialing

    In the Bar outgoing calls option box, choose one of the following: • International calls • International calls except home • All outgoing calls • Select the OK button from the toolbar. To change your call barring password: On the Call Barring screen, select the Change password button from the toolbar. In the Enter password box, type your new password.

  • Page 74: Call Metering

    Phone provides two programmable audible call timers: • The “Single” alert call timer will sound once during a call, after a preset time has elapsed. • The “Repeating” timer will sound regular beeps during a call, at preset intervals. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

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    To show call time meters: Select the Phone application from the Home screen. Select the Call Meters button from the toolbar. Review the time totals. When you are finished, select the OK button from the toolbar. To set preferences for call metering: From the Call Meters screen, select the Settings button from the toolbar.

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    Your SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card was supplied by your Cellular Service Provider when you purchased your Accompli 009. You will not be able to make or receive calls if you do not have a SIM card inserted in your phone.

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    PIN when you turn your device on and when you switch from PDA mode to Phone mode. This is the PIN1 code. The PIN2 code controls your access to S e t t i n g S I M E n t r i e s...

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    Type * * 0 5 *, followed by the unblock code, and then press Type the new PIN in the New PIN field. This must be a number between 4 and 8 digits in length. Accompli 009 User’s Guide ENTER...

  • Page 79: Making And Receiving Phone Calls

    Retype the new PIN in the Confirm new PIN field. Select OK to return to the SIM Card Entries screen. Warning If this operation is performed incorrectly 8 times in a row, your SIM card will become permanently blocked. Copying a SIM Entry to Contacts A SIM entry can be selected to be saved into the Contacts application.

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    Note If you make a mistake while entering the phone number, press the the incorrect digit(s) or use the N If you need to enter in an alpha-coded phone number (i.e., 800-MOTOROLA, turn Numlock off and use the alpha keys to enter the “number.” The alpha keys are trans- lated into their corresponding number.

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    To receive a phone call, make certain that: • Your Accompli 009 is turned on and unlocked, which may require you to enter your SIM • You are in an area where there is GSM900, 1800, or 1900 service •...

  • Page 82: Call Waiting And Call Holding

    C A L L W A I T I N G A N D C A L L H O L D I N G Your Accompli 009 supports the GSM options of Call Waiting and Call Holding. When you are connected to a phone call and you receive a new call, an Incoming Call pop-up appears.

  • Page 83: Conference Calling

    When the Two Calls pop-up appears, choose from the following options: Switch Toggles between the current call and the call that is on hold. End current call Hangs up on the connected call. End held call Hangs up on the call that is on hold. Link calls Joins the two calls in a three-way conference.

  • Page 84: Viewing Call History

    Select the Call History button from the toolbar. From the Last 10 Calls spin box, choose one of the following: • Received • Missed • Made When you are finished reviewing call history, choose the Exit screen button from the toolbar. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 85: Calling Voicemail

    C A L L I N G V O I C E M A I L This option enables you to make a call to the current voicemail number entered in Phone Settings in Control Panel. Note Availability of this feature depends on your Cellular Service Provider. To call your voicemail: Select the Phone application from the Home screen.

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    C h a p t e r 5 C a ll i n g Vo i c e m a il Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 87: Contacts, Entering Contacts

    C H A P T E R 6 CONTACTS The Contacts application is a convenient electronic address book that enables you to store contact information about your personal and business contacts. Using Contacts, you can: • Enter up to five telephone numbers and e-mail addresses, plus home and work addresses, fax numbers, and device information for each contact entry.

  • Page 88: Using Categories

    Edit the information for the contact. Select the Save contact button from the toolbar to save your changes and redisplay the main Contacts screen. Accompli 009 User’s Guide to move between tabs when the tab icon is not highlighted. left or right.

  • Page 89: Looking Up Contact Entries, Setting Contact Preferences

    A well-maintained address book provides quick access to the contact information you need. Delete contact entries for individuals or businesses that you no longer contact. You can delete contacts from your Accompli 009 in either of the following ways: •...

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    If the contact information is an email address, the SMS application will open at the screen were you can compose an SMS message to be sent to the selected email address in the Contacts List. Accompli 009 User’s Guide down to display the remaining information.

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    S E T T I N G C O N T A C T P R E F E R E N C E S You can choose to sort contacts by last name, first name, or company name. If a contact entry does not contain the name you choose to sort by, the contact entry is sorted by the next available name.

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    U S I N G C O M M O N A C C O M P L I 0 0 9 F E A T U R E S W I T H C O N T A C T S Contacts enables you to use a number of common Accompli 009 features, including the following: •...

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    SMS message. • Restore deleted contacts from the Trashcan, if the Trashcan has not been emptied since the item was put in trash. For more information about using these common features, see Chapter 3, "Accompli 009 Features." Contacts...

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    U s i n g C o m m o n A c c o m p l i 0 0 9 F e a t u r e s w i t h C o n ta c ts Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 95: Calendar, Viewing Events

    C H A P T E R 7 CALENDAR Calendar enables you to record appointments, meetings, birthdays, anniversaries, and other events that you don't want to forget. Using Calendar, you can: • Create calendar entries for scheduled appointments, all-day events, or special days. •...

  • Page 96: Adding An Event

    You can indicate that an event is recurring, and specify a schedule for how often it occurs and when it should stop repeating. By setting reminders and alerts, you can tell your Accompli 009 to play an alert to remind you of a scheduled event. To add an event: Select the Calendar application from the Home screen.

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    If this is an all-day event, choose the number of days. If this is an Event, type the starting and ending time for the event. Calendar assumes that time entries between noon and 7 are PM, and 8 through 11 are AM. TIP You can use the N Select the Location tab.

  • Page 98: Receiving Event Reminders, Editing An Event, Deleting Events

    Delete a calendar entry from the Day View screen. • Delete a calendar entry after opening and reviewing it in the Event View screen. Accompli 009 User’s Guide Closes the currently displayed event reminder pop-up. Redisplays the event reminder pop-up based on the time inter- val you specify.

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    To delete a calendar entry: Select the Calendar application from the Home screen. In Day View, highlight the event that you want to delete. Note If you wish to delete an event that occurs on a different day, use the Jump to button from the toolbar to go to that date.

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    U S I N G C O M M O N A C C O M P L I 0 0 9 F E A T U R E S W I T H C A L E N D A R Calendar enables you to use a number of common features, including the following: • Cut, copy, and paste event information to or from another event or another Accompli 009 PIM application. •...

  • Page 101: Tasks

    C H A P T E R 8 TASKS Using Tasks, you can: • Make a quick list of things you don't want to forget. • Assign due dates and priorities to your tasks. • Mark tasks as completed. • Organize your tasks into categories for quick retrieval.

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    You can quickly view the tasks that you have created from the main Tasks screen. The screen displays the tasks by category. As you change the category, the list box updates to display only the tasks for that category. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

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    To view a task: Select the Tasks application from the Home screen. From the Category field, choose the category of the task that you want to display. If you want to see all of the tasks that you have entered, change the category to All. TIP When you start Tasks, the displayed category defaults to the category that was dis- played when you last exited Tasks.

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    D e le ti n g Ta s k s D E L E T I N G T A S K S You can delete tasks from your Accompli 009 in any of the following ways. • Delete a task directly from the main Tasks screen.

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    • Define new categories for organizing your tasks into logical groups. • Cut, copy, and paste task information to or from another task or other Accompli 009 PIM application. • Insert text from another task or another Accompli 009 PIM application.

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    U s i n g C o m m o n A c c o m p l i 0 0 9 F e a t u r e s w i t h Ta s k s Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 107: Memos, Viewing A Memo

    Memos lets you easily compose and store notes that you want to have at hand. Using the Memos application, you can: • Quickly take notes or record any type of information on your Accompli 009. • Organize your memos into categories so that you can quickly locate business-related memos, personal memos, or any other category you define.

  • Page 108: Deleting Memos

    When you are finished, select the Save memo button from the toolbar to keep your changes. D E L E T I N G M E M O S You can delete memos from your Accompli 009 in any of the following ways: • Delete a memo directly from the main Memos screen.

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    Restore deleted memos from the Trashcan, if the Trashcan has not been emptied since the item was put in trash. For more information about using these common features, see Chapter 3, "Accompli 009 Features." U s i n g C o m m o n A c c o m p l i 0 0 9 F e a t u r e s w i t h M e m o s...

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    U s i n g C o m m o n A c c o m p l i 0 0 9 F e a t u r e s w i t h M e m o s Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 111: Ringtones, About Ringtone Alerts, Playing Ringtone Alerts

    Use different alerts for new-message notification, event reminders, or to let you know when you've received a message from a specific sender. • Activate standard and custom Ringtone alerts for use in other Accompli 009 applications. • Share your Ringtone alerts with other Accompli 009 users.

  • Page 112: Turning Ringtone Alerts On And Off

    T U R N I N G R I N G T O N E A L E R T S O N A N D O F F When you compose a new alert, or receive a custom alert from another Accompli 009, it is automatically installed in Ringtones with an alert status of OFF.

  • Page 113: Deleting Ringtone Alerts

    C O M P O S I N G O R E D I T I N G R I N G T O N E A L E R T S You can compose your own custom Ringtone alerts to use as message alerts or event reminders.

  • Page 114: Using Alert Script Language

    Formatting Your Alert Script Language Text When you create an alert using alert script language, you can use spaces to improve the readability of the text. When your Accompli 009 plays an alert script language alert, it ignores all spaces.

  • Page 115

    To play the C scale starting with middle C and ending with the C above middle C, type the following: 4CDEFGAB 5C To play the C scale starting with middle C, and then play the descending scale, type the following: 4CDEFGAB 5C 4BAGFEDC Assigning Note Values In music, notes have values that define how long the note should be sounded.

  • Page 116

    30 seconds and then try to play it, your device will not sound any notes. To calculate an alert length, use the tables in the “Assigning Note Values” and “Using Rests” sections to sum up the time values for all notes and rests in your alert. Accompli 009 User’s Guide Relative Alert script...

  • Page 117

    Adding Sharps, Flats, Naturals, and Accidentals If an alert is written in any key other than C major or A minor, a key signature appears, defining which notes must be sharped (raised ½ step) or flatted (lowered ½ step) throughout the entire piece of music.

  • Page 118

    In this example, the volume starts at level one, which is the softest level. The volume increases for each note until level 9 is reached on the second C in octave number 6. The volume then decreases for each note until level 1 is reached on the final C. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 119

    Special Effects Alert script language allows you to add two special effects to your alerts: The red LED indicator on the front of the device and the vibration feature. The following table describes how to turn these features off and on. Symbol Description Turn red LED on...

  • Page 120

    Lr Ds. G Bt. G lr Ds. B G Bt. G Lr Ds. B G Bt. G lr Ds. Gs. Be. Gs. Lr D G Bt. G lr Ds. B G Bt. G Lr Ds. B G Bt. G lr Ds. D Lr Ge Re Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 121

    Lr Bs. B B B Bt. lr B 6De. 5Lr Bs. G B G lr B Gt. G Be. Gs. Lr Bs B B B B lr 6De. 5Lr Bs. Gt. B6 Ds. lr 5Bt. G Ds. Lr D G lr When the Saints Go Marching In Lr 4Cs lr E Fs Lr Gq lr Lr Cs lr E F Lr Gq lr...

  • Page 122

    Specifies that all occurrences of a certain note should be sharped in the entire alert. Tnnn% Specifies the tempo for the alert. The default is 120 quarter notes per minute. Turns the vibrator on. Used with v. Accompli 009 User’s Guide CkEGK LrGlr CkEGK LrGlr T100%...

  • Page 123: Alarm Clock

    C H A P T E R 1 1 ALARM CLOCK Alarm Clock allows you to set, display, and manage up to three different alarms on your Accompli 009 to remind yourself of important activities or tasks that you need to perform. Using Alarm Clock, you can: •...

  • Page 124: Turning Alarms On And Off

    In the Alert plays field, choose how long you want alarms to play. In the Set snooze for minutes field, select the number of minutes that you want Alarm Clock to wait before repeating an alarm. Select the Save settings button from the toolbar. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 125

    A B O U T A L A R M S O U N D I N G M O D E Turn your Accompli 009 into a portable travel alarm clock by placing it in the desktop holder while you are using the Alarm Clock application.

  • Page 126

    C h a p t e r 11 A b o u t A l a r m S o u n d i n g M o d e Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 127: Calculator, Calculator Buttons

    C H A P T E R 1 2 CALCULATOR Calculator is a desktop calculator application that enables you to perform basic arithmetical calculations. Using Calculator, you can do the following: • Perform basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division operations. •...

  • Page 128: The Calculator Screen

    You can use Calculator to perform simple calculations, store values in memory that you want to reuse, or perform percent calculations. Calculator includes a tape area that displays your work. Accompli 009 User’s Guide Performs any operation on the previ- ous two numbers...

  • Page 129: Keyboard Shortcuts, About Formulas

    In addition, Calculator gives you the ability to manage the formulas that you use. For example, you can delete formulas that you do not use, or send formulas to other Accompli 009 users. To perform an operation using a pre-defined formula: Select the Calculator application from the Home screen.

  • Page 130

    S e t t i n g C a l c u l a t o r O p t i o n s To send formulas to other Accompli 009 users: Select the Calculator application from the Home screen.

  • Page 131: Control Panel

    Specify settings for accessories. • Specify desktop synchronization and IR-enabled printer settings. Note The Accompli 009 is designed to synchronize with basic features of the initial release of many popular Personal Information Management (PIM) software and hardware prod- ucts. •...

  • Page 132: About Control Panel

    Device Security Font Sizes Home Screen Manager Key Clicks To select applications in Control Panel, press the press to open the application. ENTER Accompli 009 User’s Guide Memory Manager Owner Information Phone Setup Printer Selection Privacy Options Quick Text Quiet Time...

  • Page 133: About Accompli, Alert Settings, Autotype

    A B O U T A C C O M P L I The About Accompli feature enables you to view version, model, operating system, and copyright information To view system information: Select Controls from the Home screen. Select the About Accompli icon from the Control Panel. Press the N down to review a list of installed applications.

  • Page 134: Battery Status, Beaming Settings

    If you want a message pop-up to appear whenever you receive a beamed item, choose the Play alert when beamed item arrives option. Select the Save settings button from the toolbar. Accompli 009 User’s Guide left or right to increment or...

  • Page 135: Clean-up, Date And Time, Deleting Add-on Applications

    D E L E T I N G A D D - O N A P P L I C A T I O N S The Delete Applications feature enables you to remove unwanted applications from your Accompli 009. left or right to select the left or right to select the left or right to toggle between AM/PM or 24 hour.

  • Page 136: Device Security, Font Sizes

    D E V I C E S E C U R I T Y The Device Security feature enables you to protect your Accompli 009 from unauthorized use by requiring entry of a four digit unlock code whenever your device is powered on or set to Device Locked mode.

  • Page 137: Home Screen Manager

    In the Use this font to view items field, choose one of the following font examples: Sample Text 12 pt Sample Text 20 pt Sample Text 25 pt Select the Save settings button from the toolbar to return to the Control Panel. H O M E S C R E E N M A N A G E R The Home Screen Manager enables you to specify the order in which you want applications to appear on the Home screen.

  • Page 138: Key Clicks, Memory Manager

    (RAM) allocated on the device. When you are finished viewing memory information, select the OK button on the toolbar to return to Control Panel. Accompli 009 User’s Guide left or right to toggle key clicks on and off.

  • Page 139: Owner Information

    Think of your owner information as an electronic business card, or vCard, that automates the exchange of personal information typically found on a traditional business card. You can beam your owner information to other Accompli 009 devices, compatible hand-held organizers, PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants), and notebook PCs that support infrared communication.

  • Page 140: Setting Phone Preferences, Phone Setup

    See “Call Forwarding” on page 71 for step-by-step instructions on setting call forwarding options. Call Barring Options Call Barring is a network feature that can be used to selectively block outgoing and incoming calls. See “Call Barring” on page 72 for step-by-step instructions on setting call barring options. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 141: Privacy Options

    P R I V A C Y O P T I O N S In many of the Accompli 009 applications, you can mark individual entries as private. You can then control whether the private entries are visible or hidden using Privacy Options.

  • Page 142: Quick Text

    Highlight the Quick Text entry you want to modify and select the Edit entry button from the toolbar. Change the text and the reply option as desired. Select the Save entry button from the toolbar to save your changes and return to the Control Panel. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 143: Quiet Time, Service Provider

    S E R V I C E P R O V I D E R The Accompli 009 supports up to 10 Service Providers. Use the Service Provider option to record information about your Service Provider. This information is required before you can use the Email or WAP Browser applications.

  • Page 144: Signature, Truesync And Partner Settings

    T R U E S Y N C A N D P A R T N E R S E T T I N G S The Accompli 009 is designed to synchronize with basic features of many popular Personal Information Management (PIM) software and hardware products.

  • Page 145: Transmit Status

    Control Panel. You will be prompted for your password when the PC desktop application attempts to synchronize with your Accompli 009. T R A N S M I T S T A T U S The Transmit Status feature enables you to set your device to the proper transmission mode before attempting to send or receive messages.

  • Page 146

    C h a p t e r 1 3 Tr a n s m it Sta t u s Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 147: Email

    C H A P T E R 1 4 EMAIL You can’t always be in your office, but you can always have access to your email with the Accompli 009. The Email application includes the following features: • Advanced configuration options •...

  • Page 148

    In the POP3 server port field, type in the number for your server port. This number is usually 110. Accompli 009 User’s Guide Messages are kept on the email server. Messages are deleted from the email server after they have...

  • Page 149: Managing Accounts, Working With Email

    In the SMTP server port field, type in the number for your server port. This number is usually 25. Select Save changes twice from the toolbar to return to the email Accounts screen. M A N A G I N G A C C O U N T S Once you have set up your accounts, you may find that you need to occasionally make changes to them or remove them from your device.

  • Page 150: Reading Email

    Using the N , choose a Reply option: Reply Reply with history Accompli 009 User’s Guide Opens a blank Write email Message screen. The message is already addressed to the sender, along with the subject of the original email. Includes the body of the original email in the new email.

  • Page 151

    Reply to all Addresses the new email to all addresses contained in the To: and CC: fields of the original email. Reply to all with his- Addresses the new email to all addresses contained in the tory To: and CC: fields of the original email, and includes the body of the original email in the new mail.

  • Page 152: Writing Email

    Select the Save to drafts button from the toolbar. To send a carbon copy of the email message: Compose a message as described in steps 1-9 beginning on page Chapter 14-152. Select the Carbon copy to button from the toolbar. Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 153

    Using the N , scroll to the contact you wish to send a carbon copy of the email message to. Note If the intended recipient is not an existing contact, you can select New Contact and enter their information here. Select the send-to address of the recipient of the carbon copy.

  • Page 154: Email Folders

    , scroll to the folder you wish to edit. Select the Edit folder button from the toolbar. Accompli 009 User’s Guide Messages are always kept when placed in this folder Once a message has been placed here, it remains for the...

  • Page 155

    Specify the new name or storage options for the folder. Select the Save changes button from the toolbar. To delete a folder: Select the Email application from the Home screen. Highlight the account you wish to access. Select the View button from the toolbar. Using the N , scroll to the folder you wish to delete.

  • Page 156

    C h a p t e r 1 4 E m a i l F o l d e r s Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 157: Entertainment, Nitroman

    C H A P T E R 1 5 ENTERTAINMENT Your Accompli 009 Personal Communicator comes with a variety of games to entertain you and help you become familiar with navigating your device. This chapter includes information about playing the following games: •...

  • Page 158: Phinny

    Phinny’s life is held in a delicate balance as he sets out on a journey to get back to his phish bowl. Can Phinny phind his way through the tall grass, woods and escape the perils of a firing range? It’s an anything goes game of phish you’ll be hooked on. Accompli 009 User’s Guide Point value 100 each...

  • Page 159

    Object of the Game The object of each puzzle is to help Phinny phind his phish bowl before he’s phried. But beware, its no easy task as he dodges explosive rockets, flying arrows, and charging bulls in his quest for home. For more clues on how to play, read “A Phish Tale”...

  • Page 160

    , and the water will flow again.” “Phinally!” Phinny cried as he splashed into his bowl, safe and sound—until next time. Accompli 009 User’s Guide named Phinny. Phinny was a phish out of water and arrows following him. Phinny tipped the cows and they quit...

  • Page 161: Samegame

    S A M E G A M E SameGame is a single-player game. The idea is to eliminate as many items from the grid as possible, but you can only eliminate items that occur in clusters. A cluster is a group of matching items—red marbles, for example—that touch each other horizontally or vertically (but not diagonally).

  • Page 162

    Hint: Eliminating clusters from rows toward the bottom (as well as eliminating whole col- umns) causes the most rearrangement of items, and thus has the greatest potential for creating new clusters. Accompli 009 User’s Guide down and select Settings. left or right to select a game style.

  • Page 163: Ship2ship

    S h ip 2 S h ip S H I P 2 S H I P Ship2Ship is a game of naval warfare. Object of the Game The object of the game is to sink your opponent's ships. Shots that miss appear as O's on the grid;...

  • Page 164

    Surrender button. You can also choose the New Game button to start a new game. After the game is over, you'll get a summary of your victory or defeat. Accompli 009 User’s Guide to move your ship on the 8x8 grid. Use 'R' to rotate the key.

  • Page 165: Mines 2001

    M i n e s 2 0 0 1 OTA games and interrupted games After issuing a challenge in an OTA game, you are immediately taken to the Select Opponent screen. The status of current games and won-lost records appear on this screen. When you receive a challenge, you'll see "sighted"...

  • Page 166

    Flag a square because you think it contains a mine Remove a flag or a question mark from a square Accompli 009 User’s Guide Use the NavDisc to highlight the square, and then. . . Press the key. ENTER...

  • Page 167

    Mark a square with a question mark because you are unsure whether or not it contains a mine Remove a question mark from a square Automatically uncover the squares around a safe square or flagged square when you’ve located all the mines surrounding it View a hint Tips...

  • Page 168

    Select the Done button. D R A W 2 1 You play Draw 21 against the house, which is your Accompli 009. Object of the Game The object of the game is to get a hand of cards with a value that is closer than the house's hand to 21 points, without going over 21.

  • Page 169

    To start the game, the house deals two cards (one face up and one face down) to himself and two cards (face up) to the player. Draw 21 displays the points for the player's hand and the points for the house's card that is face up. The Player's Play First, the player plays his hand, using the following choices: If…...

  • Page 170

    To request another card for the player, select the Hit button. If you don’t want any more cards for the player, select the Stand button. Accompli 009 User’s Guide Then… Whoever didn't bust wins. Whoever has 21 wins.

  • Page 171: This Model Phone Meets The Government's Requirements For Exposure To Radio Waves

    Additional related information includes the Motorola testing protocol, assessment procedure, and measurement uncertainty range for this product. (Body-worn measurements differ among phone models,...

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    Accompli 009 User’s Guide...

  • Page 173

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Devices and Radiological Health Consumer Update on Mobile Phones Why the concern? What kinds of phones are in question? 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 174

    H e a l t h a n d S a f e t y How much evidence is there that hand-held mobile phones might be harmful? Accompli 009 User’s Guide Briefly, there is not enough evidence to know for sure, either way; however, research efforts are on-going. The existing scientific evidence is conflicting and many of the studies that have been done to date have suffered from flaws in their research methods.

  • Page 175

    Researchers conducted a large battery of laboratory tests to assess the effects of exposure to mobile phone RF on genetic material. These included tests for several kinds of abnormalities, including mutations, chromosomal aberrations, DNA strand breaks, and structural changes in the genetic material of blood cells called lymphocytes. None of the tests showed any effect of the RF except for the micronucleus assay, which detects structural effects on the genetic material.

  • Page 176

    What is FDA's role concerning the safety of mobile phones? Accompli 009 User’s Guide Some people who have used mobile phones have been diagnosed with brain cancer. But it is important to understand that this type of cancer also occurs among people who have not used mobile phones.

  • Page 177

    In the absence of conclusive information about any possible risk, what can concerned individuals do? • cooperate in providing mobile phone users with the best possi- ble information on what is known about possible effects of mobile phone use on human health. •...

  • Page 178

    H e a l t h a n d S a f e t y Where can I find additional information? Accompli 009 User’s Guide from these products, taking the simple precautions outlined above can reduce any possible risk. For additional information, see the following websites: Federal Communications Commission (FCC) RF Safety Program (select "Information on Human Exposure to RF Fields from Cellular...

  • Page 179: Limited Warranty For Gsm Handsets

    In no event shall Motorola be liable for damages in excess of the purchase price nor for any incidental special or consequential damages* arising out of the use or inability to use the Product, to the full extent such may be disclaimed by law.

  • Page 180: How To Get Warranty Service, Conditions

    Motorola. Motorola does not warrant the installation, maintenance or service of the products, accessories, batteries or parts. Motorola will not be responsible in any way for problems or damage caused by any ancillary equipment not furnished by Motorola which is attached to or used in connection with the Products, or for operation of Motorola equipment with any ancillary equipment, and all such equipment is expressly excluded from this warranty.

  • Page 181: What Is Not Covered By The Warranty

    Periodic maintenance and repair or replacement of parts due to normal wear and tear; Note The talk-time, stand-by time and total life cycle of a Motorola rechargeable battery for your cellular phone will depend on usage conditions and network configurations. As a...

  • Page 182: Patent Information

    P a t e n t I n f o r m a t i o n P A T E N T I N F O R M A T I O N This Motorola product is manufactured under one or more Motorola US patents. Other patents for this product are pending.

  • Page 183: Inserting Text

    Memos message rules messages Outbox paste Phone private entries Ringtones send Sent Messages folder Trashcan access accessories Accompli 009 common features activation alarms calendar event category contact folders memo message rules 62, 63 one-time recipient private entries tasks...

  • Page 184

    62, 63 ringtone alerts custom contact information custom reply about Accompli 009 User’s Guide date date and time inserting Day view delete calendar event category category (Memos) category (Tasks) contact...

  • Page 185

    Ringtones task priorities volume level Inbox about icons infrared port insert battery current date/time Quick Text signature text IR port keyboard navigation shortcuts (Calculator) keys Back Enter Menu NavDisk Shift lock loud mailing lists contacts marking private entries memo beaming deleting edit printing...

  • Page 186: Setting Alarms

    Alarm Clock Calculator Calendar Contacts Read SMS message preferences Tasks Trashcan Shift mode shortcuts starting applications show private entries Accompli 009 User’s Guide signature inserting silent sleep mode about SMS message settings SMS settings soft sort contacts tasks symbols TAB key...

  • Page 187: 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 188

    Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones and their accessories in Always obey them. The use of these devices may be prohibited or restricted in certain ITC00-011 * Wherever wireless phone service is Accompli 009 User’s Guide the areas where you drive. areas.

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