Motorola SATELLITE SERIES 9505 User Manual

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PORTABLE
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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 Call Meters Phone Book Show Call Timers Personal Numbers Set Audible Call Timers Show Services Set In-Call Display Last Ten Calls Lifetime Timer My Phone Number(s) Fixed Dialing Mode Selection One-Touch Dial Setting Satellite Always Cellular Preferred Call Related Features Cellular Always Show Battery Meter...

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    Satellite Antenna Lock Status Release Button Indicator Satellite Cellular Cassette Antenna Antenna (if provided) Earpiece Real-Time Signal Strength Clock Indicator Battery Charge Indicator Volume Display Control Keys Display and Status Indicators Message Key Battery Compartment/ Cellular Cassette Connector Alphanumeric Keypad Quick Access Headset Jack Infra-Red...

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    9505 Special Features Continued Getting Started PORTABLE QUICK REFERENCE Keypad disable: 1. Rotate and extend 2. Remove battery door. Basic Operation Press keys simultaneously to prevent accidental usage the antenna. Turn the phone's power on/off: of the phone. All keys with the exception of the key will be disabled.

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    Motorola product. Motorola wishes to thank you for selecting our 9505 product as your choice for global telecommunications. Enjoy your new Satellite Series™ 9505 portable phone!

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

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

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    Using Phone Number Prefixes ... . . 79 Locating Entries ......80 Calling, Modifying, or Erasing an Entry .

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    Turning Lights On and Off ....153 Setting Keypad Tones ....154 Managing Phone Settings .

  • 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 to either the left or right detent, and make sure the antenna is fully extended. The antenna should be vertical to the ground and have a clear unobstructed view of the sky. Tips on Efficient Operation: For your phone to operate most efficiently: •...

  • 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 Key Presses Key presses are represented in this guide using symbols. A sequence of key presses may be shown M O C as follows: This means you should press followed by and then , in sequence, not simultaneously. Prompts and Messages Your phone responds to key presses by displaying either a prompt that guides you to the next action or...

  • Page 17: Phone Overview

    Phone Overview Antenna Status Lock Release Indicator Button Satellite Antenna Earpiece Real-Time Clock Signal Strength Indicator Battery Charge Indicator Volume Display Control Keys Display Status Indicators Message Battery Compartment Alphanumeric Keypad Headset Jack Quick Access Accessory and Power Microphone Connector Note: Phone shown with antenna in stowed position.

  • Page 18: Special Keys, Satellite Antenna

    Special Keys Function Turns the phone’s power on and off Selects menu settings or options, or initiates and answers calls Takes you directly to the Messages menu, where you can call your voicemail number or read messages you have received Stores numbers in the phone book Recalls numbers from the phone book Enters the Quick Access menu...

  • 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. Display Your phone’s Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) displays as many as four rows of 16 characters.

  • 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. If the LED is... Then... Alternating A call is incoming. red and green You are receiving a signal from the Flashing green Iridium satellite network.

  • Page 21: Display Status Indicators And Icons

    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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    Indicator Description Home System Indicator appears when the phone has successfully registered with the Iridium satellite system. No Service Indicator appears when your phone is not capable of placing or receiving calls. In Use Indicator appears when a call is in progress. Scroll Bar appears on the right of the display when you are in a menu.

  • 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 • Provides up to 2.4 hours of talk time or 24 hours of standby time* •...

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    AC Travel Charger with International Plug Kit The AC travel charger with international plug kit provides rapid charge for optimal performance and can be used to power the phone when the battery is depleted. • Includes four international plug adapters for use in Europe, Australia, India, and the United Kingdom •...

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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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    Portable Auxiliary Antenna From one car to another, this compact pocket-sized antenna with convenient magnetic mount goes in every vehicle you do to provide improved reception. • For use with the portable phone • Reliable magnetic mount, ceramic patch antenna •...

  • Page 27: 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 28: Attaching The Satellite Antenna

    Attaching the Satellite Antenna Attach the Antenna 1. Attach the antenna in the down position. 2. Press and hold the lock release button at the top of the phone. 3. Push the antenna until it clicks into place and release the button. Remove the Antenna You may want to remove the satellite antenna to attach an auxiliary antenna, or if you spend the...

  • Page 29: What Is A Sim Card

    What Is a SIM Card? Your SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card is a small smart card that contains your phone number, service details, and memory for storing Phone Book entries and messages. Note: Your phone has limited functionality without the SIM card. SIM Card Protection You may want to keep your SIM card in your wallet or purse when you are not using your satellite...

  • Page 30: 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 down the SIM card tray and slide the tray to the right to lock it in place. 6.

  • Page 32: 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 33: 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 message. You are able to discharge the battery, but you cannot recharge it. 1. Remove or rotate the satellite antenna before installing the battery.

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    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. Getting Started...

  • Page 35: Remove The Battery

    Remove the Battery 1. Remove or rotate the satellite antenna before removing the battery. (See “Attaching the Satellite Antenna” on page 24.) 2. Press and Tip: The hold the battery release latch compartment is at the top of located on the the battery back of the compartment...

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    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 28 for more information.

  • Page 37: 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.

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    Note: You can still place and answer calls while using the internal charger. If you wish to place or answer a call: Press to exit charge-only mode and return to normal operation. Remember that talking on the phone uses power, so charging takes more time. Using the Desktop Charger You can use the front compartment of the desktop charger to charge the battery in your phone.

  • Page 39: 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 40: Battery Information

    To ensure maximum battery life and use your battery to its fullest capacity, observe the following guidelines. • Always use Motorola-approved battery chargers. • Always use Motorola-approved batteries (Standard, High Capacity, Ultra High Capacity battery).

  • Page 41: Using Your Phone

    Using Your Phone Read this chapter to learn how to get up and running with your new satellite phone.

  • Page 42: Startup Procedures

    Startup Procedures Turn the Power On and Off 1. Insert your SIM card if necessary. (See “Installing/Removing the SIM Card” on page 26.) 2. Press and hold to turn the phone on and off. When you turn your phone’s power on, you will hear the wakeup tone (or feel a vibration if ®...

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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 159. You also hear a tone when you see this message.

  • Page 44: Holding The Phone

    Message Description If the SIM card PIN code is incorrectly entered three times in a row, your phone becomes blocked. Blocked See “Unblock the PIN Code” on page 145 for instructions on how to unblock it. If the SIM card PIN2 code is incorrectly entered three times in a row, your phone becomes blocked.

  • Page 45: 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 46: 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 159 for network information. You can enter a phone number up to a maximum of 20 digits.

  • Page 47: International Dialing

    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 48: Automatic Redial, Redial Last Number Called

    Automatic Redial If the number or your network is busy, you will see Redial? for five seconds. Press to redial the number automatically. Note: Your phone makes a maximum of ten redial attempts. If the call cannot be connected within this Redial Failed maximum, you will see the message Redial Last Number Called...

  • Page 49: Make An Emergency Call

    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 93) •...

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    End a Call Use one of the following procedures to end a call: • Press • Press Using Your Phone...

  • Page 51: 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: • The phone chirps up to three times to alert you of an incoming call. Rotate Antenna • The phone displays , followed Call Attempt on the next line. You must rotate and extend the antenna as quickly as possible to receive the call.

  • Page 53: Unanswered Calls, Personal Mailbox

    End a Call Use one of the following procedures to end a call: • Press • Press Unanswered Calls If you are away from your phone or choose not to answer a call, your phone displays the message Unanswered Call Personal Mailbox Callers who are unable to reach you can leave numeric, text, and voice messages.

  • Page 54: Additional Phone Features

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

  • Page 55: Adjust Ringer Volume

    Adjust Ringer Volume To adjust the ringer volume: Press and then the up or down volume Tip: The control key. volume control keys are The phone sounds the new volume level as you located on the adjust it. left side of the phone.

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    Using Your Phone...

  • Page 57: 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 during a call. See “Using the In-Call Menu” on page 66 for more information.

  • Page 58: Muting A Call

    Muting a Call For privacy during a call, try muting the phone. You hear the party on the other end, but the other party does not hear you. While in a call: Turn Mute on or off Tip: You can 1.

  • Page 59: 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 105.) After you activate it, you are notified of incoming calls while you are on the line in two ways.

  • Page 60: 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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    If you want to... Then... until you see End Held Press Call , and then press to select. end call that is on The held call is disconnected, the hold current call remains connected, and you see End Call? . You may see one of the following messages: Message Description...

  • Page 62: 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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    If you want to... Then... until you see Split 1. Press Call , and then press select. You will see the name of the first party added to the conference call. 2. Press to scroll through the hold a private list of call participants until you conversation with find the party you want to talk...

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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 [call number] hold a private (Where [call number] is the...

  • Page 65: 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 66: 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. Navigate the Options Menu Learning how to use just a few keys enables you to move freely through the entire menu system.

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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 Then... asks... to enter the Press View Options? submenu. to select the Press Select? displayed feature.

  • Page 68: 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, , is matched to a Quick Access feature. See the table on page 65 for the default setup.

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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 70: 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: Press to view the In-Call menu features.

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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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    Using the Menus...

  • Page 73: 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 74: Phone Book Menu

    Phone Book Menu 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 Check Capacity...

  • Page 75: 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. Phone Memory SIM Card Memory Personal 100 entries 155 entries Numbers Fixed Dial...

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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 77: Storing Names And Numbers

    *HWWLQJ WR 3HUVRQDO 1XPEHUV Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Personal Numbers Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Storing Names and Numbers Add an Entry Use the Options Menu 1.

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    Use the Dedicated Keys Tip: If you have 1. Enter the phone number you want to store. more than one 2. Press to begin storing. number for the same person, Add To Phone Memory 3. Press to scroll to try attaching a To SIM Card Memory , and then press .

  • Page 79: Entering Names

    Entering Names You can use the keypad to produce any letter in the alphabet. For example, press to enter the letters A, B, or C, as shown: press 1 time to insert an A press 2 times to insert a B press 3 times to insert a C press 4 times to insert a 2 Enter Characters...

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

  • Page 81: 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: 1. Recall the entry. (See “Locating Entries” on page 80.) Tip: Your 2. Press to place the call. phone displays The first pause in the number waits until the up to 32 digits call is answered.

  • Page 83: Using Phone Number Prefixes

    Using Phone Number Prefixes 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. Store a prefix in your Phone Book just as you would any other number.

  • Page 84: Locating Entries

    *HWWLQJ WR 3HUVRQDO 1XPEHUV Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Personal Numbers Press to scroll to , and then press 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.

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    *HWWLQJ WR 3HUVRQDO 1XPEHUV Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Personal Numbers Press to scroll to , and then press 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 1.

  • Page 86: 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 . (See “Locating Entries” on page 80.) Call Number 2.

  • Page 87: Checking Phone Book Capacity

    *HWWLQJ WR 3HUVRQDO 1XPEHUV Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Personal Numbers Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Checking Phone Book Capacity Use this feature to see how many available memory locations you have in either SIM card memory or phone memory.

  • Page 88: 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 89: Restricting Phone Use

    *HWWLQJ WR )L[HG 'LDOLQJ Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Fixed Dialing Press to scroll to , and then press 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.

  • Page 90: Add An Entry

    Add an Entry To add an entry to the fixed dial list: 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Fixed Setup Fixed Dialing Dialing...” to get to , and Enter then press to select. You will see PIN2 Tip: Phone 2.

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    *HWWLQJ WR )L[HG 'LDOLQJ Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Fixed Dialing Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Erase an Entry To erase an entry in the fixed dial list: 1.

  • Page 92: Edit An Entry

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

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    *HWWLQJ WR )L[HG 'LDOLQJ Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Fixed Dialing Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. View Your Fixed Dialing List This feature enables you to review, but not change, your fixed dial list.

  • Page 94: Viewing The Last Ten Calls Made Or Received

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH %RRN )HDWXUHV Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Viewing the Last Ten Calls Made or Received Your phone saves the last ten phone numbers you dialed.

  • Page 95: 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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    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH %RRN )HDWXUHV Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? 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 97: 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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    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH %RRN )HDWXUHV Phone Book Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Use One-Touch Dialing To use one-touch dialing: Press and hold the appropriate digit key.

  • Page 99: Viewing Service Phone Numbers

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

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    Managing the Phone Book...

  • Page 101: 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.

  • Page 102: Call Related Features Menu

    Call Related Features Menu Call Related Features Show Battery Meter Show Signal Strength Pending Call Drop On/Off Call Forwarding 1 Forward When Unavailable On/Off Forward All Calls On/Off Detailed Forwarding 2 Forward Voice Calls Forward All Voice Calls On/Off If Busy On/Off If No Answer On/Off...

  • Page 103: Forwarding Calls When Unavailable

    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO )RUZDUGLQJ Call Related Features Press until you see , and then press Call Forwarding Press to scroll to , and then press 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.

  • Page 104: Forwarding All Your Calls

    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO )RUZDUGLQJ Call Related Features Press until you see , and then press Call Forwarding Press to scroll to , and then press 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.

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    4. Enter the number you want calls forwarded to, and then press 5. Press and hold to exit the menu. Using Calling Features...

  • Page 106: Using Detailed Call Forwarding

    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO )RUZDUGLQJ Call Related Features Press until you see , and then press Call Forwarding Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Using Detailed Call Forwarding This feature lets you select the specific situations Forward when you want your calls forwarded.

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

  • Page 108: Canceling All Forwarding

    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO )RUZDUGLQJ Call Related Features Press until you see , and then press Call Forwarding Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Canceling All Forwarding This feature cancels all call forwarding settings. Note: You must subscribe to this network feature through your service provider.

  • Page 109: Activating Call Waiting

    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO 5HODWHG )HDWXUHV Call Related Features Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Activating Call Waiting If you subscribe to call waiting, use this feature to specify whether or not you want to be notified of incoming calls while you in a call.

  • Page 110: 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.

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    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO %DUULQJ Call Related Features Press until you see , and then press Call Barring Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Bar Outgoing Calls This feature enables you to receive incoming calls but prevents outgoing calls.

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    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 102. To bar incoming calls: 1.

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    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO %DUULQJ Call Related Features Press until you see , and then press Call Barring Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Cancel All Barring To cancel all call barring settings: 1.

  • Page 114: Change Bar Password

    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 Change Bar Password Barring...”...

  • Page 115: Viewing The Battery Meter

    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO 5HODWHG )HDWXUHV Call Related Features Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Viewing the Battery Meter Use this feature to check the charge level on your battery.

  • Page 116: 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 Show Signal Strength Features...” to get to Checking 2.

  • Page 117: Deactivating Pending Call Drop Signal

    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO 5HODWHG )HDWXUHV Call Related Features Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Deactivating Pending Call Drop Signal Under rare circumstances, due to system overcapacity or a satellite outage, a satellite may not be available to take your call.

  • Page 118

    Using Calling Features...

  • Page 119: 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.

  • Page 120: Messages Menu

    Messages Menu Messages 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 (first message) Send Message Edit Message Send Message Store Message Delete Message Go to Next Message Message Editor 2...

  • Page 121: Checking Your Voicemail

    *HWWLQJ WR 0HVVDJH )HDWXUHV Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Messages Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Checking Your Voicemail This feature makes checking your voicemail simple.

  • Page 122: 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: • An alert sounds and/or the phone vibrates. Your phone beeps and/or vibrates three times to inform you of an incoming message.

  • Page 123: What Messages Contain

    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. For more information see “Personal Mailbox”...

  • Page 124: Accessing Received Messages

    Accessing Received Messages Read a New Message Notification Messages An incoming voicemail notification message automatically scrolls across your screen. You can: • Press to store it on your SIM card. • Press to delete it. Text Messages When you receive a new alphanumeric message, Message Read Now? you will see To read it:...

  • Page 125

    *HWWLQJ WR 5HFHLYHG 0HVVDJHV Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Messages Press until you see , and then press Received Messages Press to scroll to , and then press 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 126: Delete A Message

    Go to the Next Message To go to the next message: 1. Follow the steps in “Read a Stored Message” on page 121. Go To Next Message 2. Press until you see then press . You will see the next message.

  • Page 127: 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 128: Managing Outgoing Messages

    *HWWLQJ WR 0HVVDJH )HDWXUHV Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Messages Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Managing Outgoing Messages You can create a new message and send it immediately, or store it in an outgoing messages list...

  • Page 129

    Create a New Message To create a new message in the message editor: 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Message Message Editor Features...” to get to , and then press to select. The message editor displays the contents of the last message entered.

  • Page 130

    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 123 for instructions on how to copy a received message into the message editor.

  • Page 131

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

  • Page 132

    *HWWLQJ WR 2XWJRLQJ 0HVVDJHV Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Messages Press until you see , and then press Outgoing Messages Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Read a Stored Message This feature displays the first message stored in the outgoing messages list.

  • Page 133

    To go to the next message: 1. Follow the steps in “Read a Stored Message” on page 128. Go To Next Message 2. Press until you see then press . You will see the next message. 3. Press to scroll through the message one screen at a time.

  • Page 134

    If the message cannot be delivered to the service Message Failed center, you will see , followed by Resend? on the next line. You can: Press to resend the message. Press to abandon the attempt to send the message at this time. If you have not previously stored a service center No Service Center number, then you will see...

  • Page 135

    Delete a Stored Message Use this feature to make room for new messages on your SIM card. Note: This feature must be activated by your service provider. Contact your service provider for additional information. To delete a stored message: 1. Follow the steps in “Go to the Next Message”...

  • Page 136: Managing Other Message Settings

    *HWWLQJ WR 0HVVDJH 6HWWLQJV Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Messages Press until you see , and then press Message Settings Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Managing Other Message Settings Store Your Voicemail Number To store a voicemail number:...

  • Page 137: Enter Service Center Number

    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 138: Set Expiry Period

    *HWWLQJ WR 0HVVDJH 6HWWLQJV Press to go directly to the Messages menu. Messages Press until you see , and then press Message Settings Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Set Expiry period This feature specifies the maximum amount of time, in hours, that an unforwarded outgoing message will...

  • Page 139

    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 140

    Using Message Services...

  • Page 141: 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.

  • Page 142: Phone Setup Menu

    Phone Setup Menu Phone Setup Emergency Mapping 2 Intl Dialing Prefix 2 The following Phone Setup menu items are available Change Number 2 only when the extended System Scan 2 menus are activated. Std A/B Scan B/A Show Time and Date 1 Std B/A Show Home Time + Date Scan A/B...

  • Page 143: Managing Phone Ringer Settings

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH 6HWXS Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select will see the feature name, followed by 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 144: 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 alert function notifies you of incoming calls by discreet vibrations.

  • Page 145: Locking And Unlocking Your Phone

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH /RFN Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Phone Lock Press to scroll to , and then press 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.

  • Page 146

    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 Change Unlock Code Lock...” to get to , and then Enter press to select.

  • Page 147: Activating The Infrared Data Port

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH 6HWXS Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select will see the feature name, followed by Activating the Infrared Data Port Note: This feature is not currently supported. Customizing Phone Features...

  • Page 148: Protecting The Sim Card

    *HWWLQJ WR 5HTXLUH 6,0 &DUG 3,1 Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Require SIM Card PIN Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You View Options? will see the feature name, followed by Protecting the SIM Card You can use a Personal Identification Number (PIN)

  • Page 149

    *HWWLQJ WR 5HTXLUH 6,0 &DUG 3,1 Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Require SIM Card PIN Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You View Options? will see the feature name, followed by Change the SIM Card PIN Code To choose your own PIN code:...

  • Page 150: Managing Other Security Settings

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH 6HWXS Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Managing Other Security Settings Your phone includes other security features: •...

  • Page 151

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH 6HWXS Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Unblock the PIN2 Code If your PIN2 code is entered incorrectly three times Blocked in a row, appears in the display.

  • Page 152: Activating Extended Menus

    Activating Extended Menus This feature activates and deactivates the extended menus. See “Personalizing the Options Menu” on page 176 to learn how extended menus can make your phone even simpler to use. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Phone Extended Menus Setup...”...

  • Page 153: Managing Time And Date Settings

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH 6HWXS Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by 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.

  • Page 154: 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 148. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Phone Show Time and Date Setup...”...

  • Page 155: Set The Time And Date

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH 6HWXS Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by 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 156: 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 148. 1.

  • Page 157: Turning Lights On And Off

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH 6HWXS Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select? will see the feature name, followed by Turning Lights On and Off You can activate or deactivate all phone lighting, including the phone status indicator, display backlighting, and keypad backlighting.

  • Page 158: 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 148. 1. Follow the steps in “Getting to Phone Select Keypad Tones Setup...”...

  • Page 159: Managing Phone Settings

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH 6WDWXV Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Phone Status Press to scroll to , and then press 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 160: Reset Phone Options To Factory Defaults

    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 161

    *HWWLQJ WR 3KRQH 6WDWXV Phone Setup Press until you see , and then press Phone Status Press to scroll to , and then press 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: •...

  • Page 162

    Customizing Phone Features...

  • Page 163: Accessing The Network

    Accessing the Network ® This chapter shows you how to register with the Iridium satellite network.

  • Page 164: Network Selection Menu

    Network Selection Menu Network Selection Register Now Accessing the Network...

  • Page 165: Registering With The Satellite Network

    *HWWLQJ WR 1HWZRUN 6HOHFWLRQ Network Selection Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select will see the feature name, followed by Registering With the Satellite Network Use this feature to access Iridium satellite service. Your phone searches for the Iridium satellite network.

  • Page 166

    Accessing the Network...

  • Page 167: Selecting A Mode

    Selecting a Mode The Satellite Series 9505 phone currently operates in satellite mode only.

  • Page 168: Mode Selection Menu

    Mode Selection Menu All Modes Mode Selection Cellular Preferred Cellular Always Satellite Preferred Satellite Always 1 This mode is not currently supported Selecting a Mode...

  • Page 169: Selecting Satellite Mode

    *HWWLQJ WR 0RGH 6HOHFWLRQ Mode Selection Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. You Select will see the feature name, followed by Selecting Satellite Mode Select Satellite Always Mode When you select this feature, your system always accesses the Iridium satellite network.

  • Page 170

    Selecting a Mode...

  • Page 171: 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 172: Call Meters Menu

    Call Meters Menu Call Meters Show Call Timers Show Last Call Total For All Calls Reset All Timers Set Audible Call Timers Single Alert Timer On/Off Repetitive Timer On/Off Set In-Call Display Show Time Per Call No In-Call Display Lifetime Timer 1 1 This feature is available only when the extended menus are activated.

  • Page 173: Showing Call Timers

    *HWWLQJ WR 6KRZ &DOO 7LPHUV Call Meters Press until you see , and then press Show Call Timers Press to scroll to , and then press 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 174: Show Total Time For All Calls, Reset All Timers

    *HWWLQJ WR 6KRZ &DOO 7LPHUV Call Meters Press until you see , and then press Show Call Timers Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Show Total Time for All Calls Use this feature to display your total airtime since you last reset the Call Timer.

  • Page 175: Setting Audible Call Timers

    *HWWLQJ WR $XGLEOH &DOO 7LPHUV Call Meters Press until you see , and then press Set Audible Call Timers Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Setting Audible Call Timers Let your phone watch the clock for you.

  • Page 176

    *HWWLQJ WR $XGLEOH &DOO 7LPHUV Call Meters Press until you see , and then press Set Audible Call Timers Press to scroll to , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Set the Repetitive Timer Use this feature to set your phone to alert you at specific intervals, for example every 45 seconds.

  • Page 177: Showing The In-call Timer

    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO 0HWHUV Call Meters Press until you see , and then press 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.

  • Page 178: Showing The Lifetime Timer

    *HWWLQJ WR &DOO 0HWHUV Call Meters Press until you see , and then press Press to scroll to one of the features described below. Showing the Lifetime Timer Use this feature to show the total time of all calls for the life of your phone.

  • Page 179: Customizing The Menu System

    Customizing the Menu System This chapter shows you how to hide the menu features you don’t use regularly, and how to add your favorite features to the Quick Access menu for instant recall.

  • Page 180: 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. Note: The default factory setting for your phone is extended menus activated.

  • Page 181

    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. Phone Setup 1. Press until you see , and then press to select. Extended Menus 2.

  • Page 182: Personalizing The Quick Access Menu

    Personalizing the Quick Access Menu You can replace the default Quick Access menu features described on page 65 with any of the following features. Icon Quick Access Feature Find by Location recalls a Phone Book entry by its memory location number. Add Entry to Phone stores entered numbers in the next available phone memory location.

  • Page 183: 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 key for three seconds You can’t turn the to turn the phone’s power on? phone’s power •...

  • Page 184

    • Is it an old battery? Battery performance declines after several years of use. Replace the battery. • Make sure you have a Motorola approved battery installed. If you see Invalid Batt. in the display, you will not be able to charge this battery.

  • Page 185

    Problem Solution • Are you in an area of variable coverage? This uses extra battery power. • Is your antenna fully rotated and extended? Do you have a clear unobstructed view of the sky? This helps use less battery power. •...

  • Page 186

    Problem Solution M 2 6 O 1. Press and hold the key to return to the idle You find your display. phone’s prompts 2. Press to go directly to the in a language language selection submenu. other than your 3. Press until you see your preferred language.

  • Page 187: Index

    Index Symbols Bad Card See Supplier character 44 message character 43, 44 40, 181 ¨ character 44, 77 barring calls incoming 108 outgoing 107 battery AC travel charger 20 cautions 8, 36 accessories 19–22 charge indicator accessory connector defined 17 defined 15 displayed 33, 35 illustration 13...

  • Page 188

    making new call 56 messages 57 call placing call on hold 56 answering 47–48 switching between calls 56 automatic redial 44 Call Meters menu barring diagram 168 incoming 108 Lifetime Timer feature 174 outgoing 107 Repetitive Timer feature 172 dialing special characters 44 Reset All Timers feature 170 emergency call 45 Set Audible Call Timers feature...

  • Page 189

    lifetime timer 174 SIM card PIN2 85–88, most recent call 169, 178 146–147 Completed repetitive 172 message 63 resetting all 157, 170 conference call single alert 171 adding single call 58, 60 total airtime 170 beginning 58, 60 call waiting ending 59 accepting waiting call 55 ending all active calls 60...

  • Page 190

    cold temperatures and 15 icons 65, 178 Failed message 63 illustration 13 Fast Charge Completed message indicators 13 language, selecting 152 fixed dial list special characters 44 defined 85 standby mode 41 entry status indicators 17–18 adding 86 wrong language displayed 182 editing 88 erasing 87 one-touch dialing 93...

  • Page 191

    dialing 43 Invalid Account message 39 icons Invalid Batt. message 29, 111 hourglass 63 Iridium Call Attempt message 48 Quick Access menu 18, 65, in use indicator 18 key presses 12 In-Call menu keypad call holding 56–57 keypad tones, setting 154 call waiting 55 locking 50 conference call 58–60...

  • Page 192

    lifetime timer 174 questions 63 Remove From Short Menus Liquid Crystal Display cold temperatures and 15 message 176 status indicators 17–18 scrolling 62, 64 locking the keypad 50 using 61–67 Menu Item Moved locking the phone message 176 automatically 141 menu key 14 from Quick Access menu 65 message editor 124–127...

  • Page 193

    diagram 116 switching memory, from Quick Message Editor feature Access menu 178 124–127 using 93 Message Settings feature Options menu 132–135 customizing 176–177 Outgoing Messages feature defined 61 128–131 entering 62 Received Messages feature exiting 62 121–123 using 62–63 Orient Antenna Call Attempt Voicemail Number feature 132 microphone 13 message 47, 48...

  • Page 194

    unable to receive call 179 number unable to turn on 179 calling 82 unable to unlock 180 entering 73–74 unblocking the PIN code 145 storing 73–76 unblocking the PIN2 code 147 one-touch dialing 93 unlock code organizing 71 changing 142 pauses in numbers default 141 dialing 78...

  • Page 195

    phone memory Set Ringer Tone feature 140 checking capacity 83 Set Time and Date feature 151 entries, clearing all 157 Set Time Format feature 150 one-touch dialing 93 Show Time and Date feature storage capacities 71 phone number Status Review feature 155 dialing 42 phone unlock code modifying on SIM card 92...

  • Page 196

    Registering... power connector message 39, 42, defined 15 Remove From Short Menus illustration 13 message power key defined 14 repetitive timer illustration 14 defined 172 using 26, 33, 34, 38 resetting default setting 156 prefixes 79 setting 172 Restricted Area prompts, defined 12 message 43, 161 Restricted...

  • Page 197

    displayed 63 incorrect entry 145 scroll key 14 unblocking 145 scrolling 62, 64 PIN2 code Searching... message 39 changing 146 security code defined 146 Enter PIN2 changing 147 message 85–88 default 84, 142, 147 entering 85–88 defined 147 incorrect entry 147 entering 84, 142, 147, 156, unblocking 147 precautions 25, 26...

  • Page 198

    away time, defined 151 call forwarding when changing clock display 150 unavailable 99 home time, defined 151 checking 65, 117 setting 151 detailed call forwarding setting format 150 102–103 viewing 149 forward all calls 100–101 No Number Available timers message all calls 170 elapsed airtime 173 notification message 118, 120...

  • Page 199: Patent Information

    Patent Information Manufactured under one or more of the following U.S. patents: 4121218 4616314 4741034 D306594 5083304 D337332 D354062 D368696 4138681 4617520 4742562 4912602 D324024 5230007 5384825 5510693 4193036 D286778 D295627 4918732 D324388 5230093 D356084 5511235 4254382 4626309 4746242 4922178 5095503 5233633 5402447...

  • Page 201: Warranty Information

    Motorola’s property. 2. Warranty Conditions This warranty is made by Motorola to the first Purchaser of the Products only, and it is not assignable or transferable by the Purchaser to subsequent purchasers or lessees.

  • Page 202: Obtaining Warranty Service

    Service Provider or Point-of-Sale at Motorola’s expense for the freight and insurance, and at Service Provider or Point-of-Sale expense for any applicable duties. If additional information is needed, please contact Motorola at the address set out at the bottom of this document.

  • Page 203

    (i) that Motorola will be notified promptly in writing by Purchaser of any notice of such claim; and (ii) that Motorola will have sole control of the defense of such suit and all negotiations for its settlement or compromise; and (iii) should the Product become, or in Motorola ’s opinion be likely to become, the subject of...

  • Page 204

    8. Contact For additional information about Iridium products and services, please contact your Iridium Service Provider or Point-of-Sale. To contact Motorola, dial one of these numbers: Phone: +1 480 726-1048 CONUS toll free: 1 -877-449-0600 AT&T Direct Toll Free Int’l Dial: Enter AT&T Direct Access Number for the country where you are...

  • Page 206

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

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