Telefunken TM 110 COSI Operating Instructions Manual

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  Summary of Contents for Telefunken TM 110 COSI

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS DESCRIPTION ................................3 KEY FUNCTIONS ..............................3 DISPLAYING ICONS ..............................4 .............................. 4 ............................. 5 ................................ 5 HOW TO CHANGE THE LANGUAGE ........................6 HOW TO SET THE TIME AND DATE ......................... 6 USING THE KEYPAD TO ENTER TEXT ........................6 HOW TO ACCESS AND USE THE ADDRESS BOOK ....................
  • Page 3: Description

    DESCRIPTION Lamp Earphone Keypad Screen Micro-USB socket +/- Volume Key Earphone jack End/Back key, address book access Lamp slide key Up/Down arrow key SOS button OK key, Dial key and Call log access Phone lock slider FM Radio on/off slider Loudspeaker KEY FUNCTIONS N°...
  • Page 4: Displaying Icons

    Move the slider upwards to turn on the radio. Move the slider FM Radio on/off slider downwards to turn off the radio. Press the numbers on the keypad to dial a number. Press key 1 and hold to access your voice mail. Press the M1/M2 keys and hold to call the contact to whom you attributed these keys.
  • Page 5: Installing The Memory Card

    2. Installing the memory card To install the micro-SD card (if you have one), open the back cover to remove the battery, release the card lock, insert the card into the slot and replace the lock and the battery before restarting the mobile phone. NOTE: SIM cards and micro- 3.
  • Page 6: How To Change The Language

    HOW TO CHANGE THE LANGUAGE If you are using the phone for the first time, you will be automatically given the option to choose your language when you switch on the device. Scroll through the list of languages, choose your language and validate by pressing the left key.
  • Page 7: Quick Search

    Quick search Once in the Address book menu, to find a contact, start typing in the name. The letters that are entered are automatically noted in the search line and all the contacts that correspond with the search are displayed. NOTE: You can also start typing in a telephone number.
  • Page 8: To Delete A Contact

    NOTE: If you would like to add this number to an existing contact 1. Use the arrow to select Existing contacts , then press to validate. 2. Use the arrow to select the contact for whom you want to replace the number, then press to validate.
  • Page 9: To Move A Contact

    to validate. Please note that by deleting the numbers, the contacts will be permanently erased. To delete all your contacts on the SIM card alone 1. Press to select Delete , then press to validate. 2. Use the arrow to select Delete from the SIM card , then press to validate.
  • Page 10: How To Make/Answer A Call

    NOTE: You can access contacts already registered by selecting a contact and pressing Here are the available options: Once in the Abbreviated numbers, press (option) to view the list of options View Edit Change the phone number connected to the key Replace the current contact by another contact in the Edit contacts address book...
  • Page 11: Voicemail

    To record a conversation 1. During the conversation, press , then select Start recording. 2. Recording starts. 3. To stop recording during the conversation, press , then select Stop recording. Go to the Calls menu to see the list of your calls. You have the following lists: Unanswered calls Displays the list of the last missed calls Numbers dialled...
  • Page 12: Using The Alarms

    USING THE ALARMS Your phone has an alarm function; you can set up to three different alarms. Press the key to access the Alarm menu. You can activate one or more alarms. When the mobile phone is off, the alarm clock can still work if the battery is sufficiently charged.
  • Page 13 3. Enter your text using the keypad 4. Press to open the Options menu 5. Press again to select Send 6. The Recipient to open the Options menu, then use the arrow to select Contacts. Press to validate. Select the contact to whom you wish to send the message and press to validate.
  • Page 14: Manage Messages

    Manage messages When you read an SMS, press to access the options: Delete Delete the message Reply Reply to the message Transfer Copies the text from the message received to a new message to be sent to other contacts Call Call the sender of the message Add sender Add the sender to the address book...
  • Page 15: Configuring And Using The Sos Button

    By selecting Save, you save your sent messages in Sent. By selecting Do not save, you do not save your messages. By selecting User, you will be systematically asked before sending a message if you would like to save it. 3.
  • Page 16: Multimedia

    Personal information In case of trauma, this information can be crucial for providing appropriate care. Even though these fields are optional, it is advisable to fill out the information. Here is the information to be filled out: Name, Diseases, Allergies and Blood group To edit this information: 1.
  • Page 17: Fm Radio

    Use the arrow to select the option and press the key to use it. When you view a picture, you can display the options by pressing Define as wallpaper Use this picture as wallpaper Delete Delete the selected picture Send Send the picture by Bluetooth Rename Rename the selected picture...
  • Page 18: Tools

    Use the arrow to select the option and press the key to use it. NOTE: While listening to the radio, use the key to lower the volume and the key to increase the volume TOOLS To help you to organise your documents on your mobile phone, you have a Folder sub-menu in which you will find all the files that are on your mobile phone and your memory card.
  • Page 19 3. Use the arrow to select Format the memory card. Press to validate. Calendar Use the Up and Down keys to move in the Calendar. Use the * and # keys to move from right to left. The number that is surrounded by a green square corresponds with the date. The numbers for which an orange triangle is displayed on the upper right hand corner are days for which an event was created.
  • Page 20: Settings

    Name of the mobile phone Name of your device visible for the other devices. You can enter another name Memory Choose your desired location to store the files received. You can select the phone or the memory card Help This section describes the use of the Bluetooth Use the arrow to select the option and press the key to use it.
  • Page 21 Dial using roaming service: making a call when using a data roaming service is forbidden Delete all the bans: allow all types of incoming and outgoing calls, regardless of the cost Change the password: change the password to enable the modification of these previously cited forbidden calling options.
  • Page 22 Restore factory settings You must enter the password to restore the factory settings. Default password: 0000 Screen Your phone provides the following options: Wallpaper: Select Static wallpaper to choose one of the two wallpapers provided or More pictures to select one of your pictures as wallpaper.
  • Page 23: Safety Instructions

    You can also add new profiles. To do so, in the Profile menu, press (option) and select Add new. You will then have access to the selection of settings as was explained in the previous section. Note: Profiles that have been created can be deleted. To do so, in the Profile menu, press (option) and select Delete.
  • Page 24: Hearing Protection

    Medical Devices / Pacemakers. When using your phone near to pacemakers, please stay a minimum distance of more than 15 centimetres away from the pacemaker when the phone is switched on. Do not carry your phone in your breast pocket. Use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference and remember to switch off the mobile phone if necessary.
  • Page 25: Disposal Instructions

    Weight: 73 g (battery included, without accessories) Battery: Li-ion Battery, 3.7V/600mAh/2.22Wh Adaptor Input: 10-240 V 50/60 Hz 0.3 A a.c. Adaptor Output: 5.0 V 500 mA d.c. The TELEFUNKEN TM 110 phone was commercialised for the first time on the European market in September 2015.
  • Page 26 This device complies with international safety standards for exposure to radio waves. The value recorded for the TELEFUNKEN TM 110 is 0.695 W / kg (average measurement for 10 g of organic tissue). The maximum limit according to the WHO is 2 W / kg (average measurement for 10 g of organic tissue).