Sprint PCS Voice Phone User’s Guide V-6016i by Nokia 0903048...
Table of Contents Welcome to Sprint......i Introduction ........ii Section 1: Getting Started .
Customizing a Profile........35 Renaming a Profile.
2F.Managing Call Logs ....... . . 70 Viewing Call Logs ..........71 Call Logs Options .
Managing Voice Memos ........96 Recording Voice Memos .
4B.Terms & Conditions and Manufacturer’s Warranty ..146 Terms and Conditions........147 Manufacturer’s Warranty .
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Introduction This User’s Guide introduces you to Sprint PCS Service and all the features of your new phone. It’s divided into four sections: Section 1: Getting Started Section 2: Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone Section 3: Sprint PCS Service Features Section 4: Safety and Warranty Information Throughout this guide, you'll find tips that highlight special shortcuts and timely reminders to help you make the most of your...
Section 1 Getting Started...
Setting Up Service In This Section Getting Started With Sprint PCS Service Setting Up Your Voicemail Sprint PCS Account Passwords Getting Help Setting up service on your new Sprint PCS Voice Phone is quick and easy. This section walks you through the necessary steps to set up your phone, unlock your phone, set up your voicemail, establish passwords, and contact Sprint for assistance with your Sprint PCS Service.
Getting Started With Sprint PCS Service Determining if Your Phone is Already Activated If you received your phone in the mail or purchased it at a Sprint Store, it probably has already been activated. All you need to do is unlock your phone.
Setting Up Your Voicemail All unanswered calls to your Sprint PCS Voice Phone are automatically transferred to your voicemail, even if your phone is in use or turned off. Therefore, you will want to set up your voicemail and personal greeting as soon as your Sprint PCS Voice Phone is activated.
Sprint PCS Account Passwords As a Sprint PCS customer, you enjoy unlimited access to your personal account information and your voicemail account. To ensure that no one else has access to your information, you will need to create passwords to protect your privacy. Account Password If you are the account owner, you'll have an account password to www.sprintpcs.com...
Getting Help Visit Our Website You can get up-to-date information on Sprint PCS Services and Options by signing onto our Website at When you visit us online, you can Review coverage maps Learn how to use voicemail Access your account information Purchase accessories Add additional options to your service plan Check out frequently asked questions...
Sprint PCS Directory Assistance You have access to a variety of services and information through Sprint PCS Directory Assistance, including residential, business, and government listings; assistance with local or long-distance calls; movie listings; and hotel, restaurant, shopping, and major local event information.
Section 2 Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone...
Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone: The Basics In This Section Front View of Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone Key Functions Viewing the Display Screen Features of Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone Turning Your Phone On and Off Using Your Phone’s Battery and Charger Connecting Accessories Holding Your Phone Properly Displaying Your Phone Number...
Front View of Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone 1. Power key 2. Speaker 3. Signal Strength Indicator 4. Selection 5. Talk Key 6. Charger Jack Section 2A: Your Sprint PCS Phone - The Basics 15. Earpiece 7. Pop-Port Connector 14. Whip Antenna 13.
Key Functions Power Key lets you power the phone on and off. Speaker lets you hear phone ring tones. Signal Strength Indicator indicates the signal strength Selection Key lets you select softkey actions or menu items. Talk Key dials outgoing and answers incoming calls. Charger Jack connects the phone to the battery charger.
Viewing the Display Screen Your phone’s display screen provides a wealth of information about your phone’s status and options. This list identifies the symbols you’ll see on your phone’s display screen: shows your current signal strength. (The more lines you have, the stronger your signal.) No service available means your phone cannot find a signal.
the stopwatch is running. the countdown timer is running. a TTY device is operating. Note: Display indicators help you manage your roaming charges by letting you know when you’re off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network and whether you’re operating in digital or analog mode. (For more information, see Section 2D: “Controlling Your Roaming Experience”...
Features of Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone Congratulations on the purchase of your Sprint PCS Voice Phone. The V-6016i by Nokia is lightweight, easy-to-use, and reliable, and it offers many significant features and service options. The following list previews some of those features and options and provides page...
A note about Memory: The following features may share memory: contacts, text, graphics and ringers, calendar to-do notes, games, and applications. Use of one or more of these features may reduce the memory available for the remaining features that share memory. For example, saving many calendar notes may use all of the available memory.
Turning Your Phone On and Off Turning Your Phone On To turn your phone on: Press and hold the power key the top of your phone for approximately two seconds. Once your phone is on, it displays “Searching for Service” that indicates your phone is searching for a signal.
Using Your Phone’s Battery and Charger Battery Capacity Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone is equipped with a Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) battery. It allows you to recharge your battery before it is fully drained. Operation times are estimates only and depend on signal strength, phone use, network conditions, features used, battery age and condition (including charging habits), temperatures to which the battery is exposed, and many other factors.
Installing the Battery To install the battery, replace the battery, or to access your phone’s ESN (electronic serial number), you must first remove the phone back cover. Note: Before removing the cover, always switch off the power and disconnect the charger and any other device. Avoid touching electronic components while changing the covers.
Removing the Battery To remove your battery: Make sure the power is off so that you don’t lose any stored numbers or messages. To remove the back cover, turn the phone upside down, press the release button down, and push the back cover away. Lift upward on the lower end of the battery with your finger tip and remove the battery from the phone.
Connecting Accessories Headset accessories can be connected using the universal headset jack on the side of your phone or the Nokia Pop-Port connector. Using the headset and the keypad of your phone, you can make and answer calls as usual.
Holding Your Phone Properly Hold your phone by placing your index finger on the lower back cover. This helps optimize reception by preventing your hand from obstructing the internal antenna. Extending the whip antenna may improve reception in weak signal areas. Note: As with any other radio transmitting device, do not touch the antennae unnecessarily when the phone is switched on.
Making and Answering Calls Making Calls Placing a call from your Sprint PCS Phone is as easy as making a call from any land line phone. Just enter the number and press you’re on your way to clear calls. To make a call using your keypad: Make sure your phone is on.
Dialing Options Tip: To speed dial a phone number from the standby mode, press and hold the speed dial number. (For information on setting up speed dial numbers, see “Assigning Speed Dial Numbers” on page 80.) (This feature will not work when you are roaming off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network;...
Answering Calls To answer an incoming call: Make sure your phone is on. (If your phone is off, incoming calls go to voicemail.) Press Your phone notifies you of incoming calls in the following ways: The phone rings or vibrates. The backlight illuminates.
Missed Call Notification If you received a call while your phone was turned off and a voice message was saved, “New voice message” will appear on your screen when the phone is turned back on. To hear the voice message: Press Listen.
In-Call Options Selecting Options during a call displays a list of features you may use during the course of a call. Press Options and scroll to one of the following options: Mute/Unmute to mute your microphone, or to unmute the microphone if it was muted earlier.
Saving a Phone Number Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone can store up to 250 names in your personal address book, with each name having up to five phone numbers. Your phone automatically sorts the Phone Book entries alphabetically. (For more information, see Section 2G: “Using the Phone Book”...
Using Speed Dialing With this feature, you can dial Speed Dial entries using one key press for key locations 2–9. To activate Speed Dialing: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select. Scroll to Call settings and press Select. Scroll to Speed dialing and press Select. Highlight On and press Select.
Entering Text Selecting a Character Input Mode Your phone provides convenient ways to enter words, letters, punctuation, and numbers whenever you are prompted to enter text (for example, when adding a Phone Book entry or when sending SMS Text Messages). To change the character input mode: When you display a screen where you can enter text, press to select a different text input mode.
Entering Characters Using T9 Text Input T9 Text Input (Predictive Text Input) lets you enter text in your phone by pressing keys just once per letter. (To select this mode when entering text, see “Selecting a Character Input Mode” on page 29.) T9 Text Input analyzes the letters you enter using an intuitive word database and creates a suitable word.
Adding a Word to the T9 Database If a word you want to enter does not display as an option when you are using T9 Text Input, you can add it to the database. To add a word to the T9 Text Input database: Select the Abc character input mode.
Entering Characters by Tapping the Keypad To enter characters by tapping the keypad, select the Abc mode (see “Selecting a Character Input Mode” on page 29). Press the corresponding key repeatedly until the desired character appears. For example, to type “car,” press seconds, press first letter of an entry is capitalized and the following letters are lowercase.
Controlling Your Phone’s Settings In This Section Setting Your Phone’s Date and Time Profiles Sound Settings Display Settings Location Settings TTY Use With Sprint PCS Service Phone Setup Options Using the menu options available on your Sprint PCS Voice Phone, you can customize your phone to sound, look, and operate just the way you want it to.
Setting Your Phone’s Date and Time Your phone’s date and time need to be set to allow some phone features to operate. These settings may have already been made for your phone. To let your phone automatically set its date and time: Use the following steps to let your phone automatically set its time and date based on the time and date of the local phone network.
Profiles Your phone has five different profiles (Normal, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, and Pager). Each profile can be customized to your specifications. For example, you may wish to customize your Meeting profile to accommodate your needs for taking calls during meetings. Selecting a Profile At any given time, you can select one of the five phone profiles to suit your immediate situation.
Sound Settings Ringer Types Ringer types help you identify incoming calls and messages. You can assign ringer types to individual phone book entries, types of calls, and types of messages. Preprogrammed Ringers include a variety of standard ringer types and familiar music. Vibrating Ringer alerts you to calls or messages without disturbing others.
Selecting a Key Tone Your phone offers a number of options for selecting the audible tones accompanying a key press. (Longer tone lengths may be better for tone recognition when dialing voicemail or other automated systems.) To select a key tone length: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select.
Alert Notification Your Sprint PCS Phone can alert you with an audible tone when you change service areas, once a minute during a voice call, or when a call has been connected. To enable or disable alert sounds: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select. Scroll to Roaming and press Select.
Display Settings Changing the Text Greeting The text greeting can be up to twelve characters and is displayed on your phone’s screen in the standby mode. You may choose to display a custom greeting or you may display your Sprint PCS User Name on the phone’s screen.
Changing the Display Screen Your new Sprint PCS Voice Phone offers options for what you see on the display screen while in the standby mode. To change the wallpaper display images: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select. Scroll to Display settings and press Select. Scroll to Wallpaper, press Select, scroll to Select wallpap., and press Select.
Changing the Theme Color You can customize your phone display’s appearance by selecting a color scheme to reflect your personality. To change the display’s theme color: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select. Scroll to Display settings and press Select. Scroll to Color schemes and press Select.
Location Settings Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone is equipped with a Location feature for use with location-based services that may be available in the future. The use and accuracy of this feature is dependent on the network, satellite systems, and the agency receiving the information. It may not function in all areas or at all times.
TSB 121 industry standard. Please check with the manufacturer of your TTY device to ensure that it supports digital wireless transmission. Your Nokia phone is equipped with a universal 2.5mm accessory jack that can be used to connect to the cable of a “cellular ready”...
IMPORTANT 911 Emergency Calling Sprint recommends that TTY users make emergency calls by NOTICE: other means, including Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS), analog cellular, and landline communications. Wireless TTY calls to 911 may be corrupted when received by public safety answering points (PSAPs) rendering some communications unintelligible.
Phone Setup Options Call Answer Mode You can determine how to answer incoming calls on your phone, whether you want to be required to press Answer or or whether you can press any key to answer. To set call answer mode: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select.
Display Language You can choose to display your phone’s menus in English or in Spanish. Tip: Selecting a language you do not understand may present a problem when attempting to navigate menus to change the language back. To assign a language for the phone’s display: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select.
Setting Your Phone’s Security In This Section Accessing the Security Menu Using Your Phone’s Lock Feature Restricting Calls Using Special Numbers Erasing the Phone Book Resetting Your Phone By using the security settings on your Sprint PCS Voice Phone, you receive peace of mind without sacrificing flexibility.
Accessing the Security Menu All of your phone’s security settings are available through the Security menu. You must enter your lock code to view the Security menu. To access the Security menu: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select. Scroll to Security settings and press Select.
Unlocking Your Phone To unlock your phone: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select. Scroll to Security settings and press Select. Enter your lock code and press OK. Scroll to Phone lock and press Select. Scroll to Off and press Select. Changing the Lock Code To change your lock code: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select.
Restricting Calls There may be occasions when you want to limit the numbers your phone can call or from which it can receive calls. You can use the Call restrictions setting to do just that. (The Call restrictions setting does not apply to 911 or Sprint Customer Service.) If calls are restricted, a “Call not allowed”...
Unrestricting Calls To unrestrict all calls: Press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select. Scroll to Security settings and press Select. Enter your lock code and press OK. Scroll to Call restrictions and press Select. Scroll to Restrict outgoing calls or Restrict incoming calls and press Select.
Erasing the Phone Book You can quickly and easily erase all of the contents of your Phone Book. To erase all the names and phone numbers in your Phone Book: Press Contacts, scroll to Delete, and press Select. Scroll to Delete all and press Select. (A message appears asking if you are sure you wish to delete your Contacts list.
Controlling Your Roaming Experience In This Section Understanding Roaming Setting Your Phone’s Roam Mode Controlling Roaming Charges Using Call Guard Roaming is the ability to make or receive calls when you’re off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network. Your new dual-band/tri-mode Sprint PCS Voice Phone works anywhere on the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network and allows you to roam on other analog and 1900 MHz and 800 MHz digital networks where we’ve implemented roaming...
Understanding Roaming Recognizing Icons on the Display Screen Your phone’s display screen always lets you know when you’re off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network and whether your phone is operating in analog or digital mode. The following chart indicates what you’ll see depending on where you’re using your phone.
Roaming on Analog Networks When you roam on analog networks, you will experience a similar quality provided by other analog carriers today. Although some features, such as Sprint PCS Voice Command, will be unavailable, you can still make and receive calls and access voicemail. If you are accustomed to Sprint PCS Service, you may notice some of the following differences when using analog service: You are more likely to experience static, cross-talk, fade-out, and...
Checking for Voicemail Messages While Roaming When you are roaming off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network, you will not receive on-phone notification of new voicemail messages. Callers can still leave messages, but you will need to periodically check your voicemail for new messages if you are in a roaming service area for an extended period of time.
Setting Your Phone’s Roam Mode Your Sprint PCS Phone allows you to control your ability to roam. By using the Roaming menu option, you can determine which signals your phone accepts. Set Mode Choose from three different settings on your dual-band/tri-mode phone to control your roaming experience.
Controlling Roaming Charges Using Call Guard Your phone has two ways of alerting you when you are roaming off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network: the roaming icon and Call Guard. Call Guard makes it easy to manage your roaming charges by requiring an extra step before you can place or answer a roaming call.
Navigating Through Menus In This Section Menu Navigation Menu Structure Viewing the Menus Reviewing the Contacts Menu Every function and feature of your Sprint PCS Voice Phone can be accessed through an onscreen menu. This section is a road map to using your Sprint PCS Voice Phone.
Menu Navigation The navigation key on your Sprint PCS Voice Phone allows you to scroll through menus quickly and easily. The scroll bar at the right of the menu keeps track of your position in the menu at all times. To navigate through a menu, simply press the navigation key up or down.
Viewing the Menus Menu Diagram The following list outlines your phone’s menu structure. Call logs Messaging Organizer Profiles Settings Gallery Games Keyguard Here are the main menus and their associated sub-menus: Call logs Outgoing calls Call time Send message View number Use number Save Add to contact...
Delete call logs Missed Incoming Outgoing Messaging Messages Create message Inbox Sent Items Archive Templates My folders Delete messages Message settings Voicemail Messages Listen to voicemail Clear new voicemail icon Organizer Alarm clock Alarm time Alarm tone Calendar View day Make a note Meeting Call...
Profiles Normal Activate Customize Incoming call alert Ringing tone Ringing volume Vibrating alert Message alert tone Keypad tones Warning tones Alert for Timed Silent Activate Customize Incoming call alert Ringing tone Ringing volume Vibrating alert Message alert tone Keypad tones Warning tones Alert for Profile name...
Pager Activate Customize Incoming call alert Ringing tone Ringing volume Vibrating alert Message alert tone Keypad tones Warning tones Alert for Profile name Timed Settings Voice Navigation Profiles Normal Silent Meeting Outdoor Pager Voicemail Call voicemail Voice recorder Record Call logs Missed calls Received calls Call settings...
Display settings Wallpaper Color schemes Banner Display brightness Screen saver timeout Backlight timeout Time settings Clock Date Auto-update of date & time Tone settings Incoming call alert Ringing tone Ringing volume Vibrating alert Message alert tone Keypad tones Warning tones Alert for All calls Family...
Roaming Set mode Sprint Automatic Analog only Call guard Roam call ringing tone Service change tones Restore factory settings Gallery View folders Add folder Delete folder Rename folder Games Select game Memory Settings Keyguard Section 2E: Navigating Through Menus...
Reviewing the Contacts Menu Contacts Menu Diagram The Contacts menu contains your internal Phone Book entries and lets you add, delete, and customize entries according to your personal preferences. The following outline shows your phone’s complete Contacts menu structure: Search Add new Edit name Delete...
Add detail E-mail Web address Street addr. Note Caller groups No group Family Friends Business Other Custom tone (various ringing tones) Send bus. card Send message Speed dial Edit name View name Delete Edit name Delete One by one Delete all Add number General Mobile...
Rename group Group ringing tone Group logo Group members Friends Rename group Group ringing tone Group logo Group members Business Rename group Group ringing tone Group logo Group members Other Rename group Group ringing tone Group logo Group members Section 2E: Navigating Through Menus Remove contact Add contact View...
Managing Call Logs In This Section Viewing Call Logs Call Logs Options Making a Call From Call Logs Saving a Phone Number From Call Logs Prepending a Phone Number From Call Logs Erasing Call Logs The Call Logs keeps track of incoming calls, calls made from your Sprint PCS Voice Phone, and missed calls.
Viewing Call Logs You’ll find the Call Logs feature very helpful. It is a list of the last 20 phone numbers (or Phone Book entries) for calls you placed, accepted, or missed. Call Logs makes redialing a number fast and easy. It is continually updated as new numbers are added to the beginning of the list and the oldest entries are removed from the bottom of the list.
Making a Call From Call Logs To place a call from Call Logs: Press Menu, scroll to Call logs, and press Select. Scroll to an option (for example, Missed calls) and press Select. Scroll to the number you wish to call and press Note: You cannot make calls from Call Logs to entries identified as No ID or Restricted.
Prepending a Phone Number From Call Logs If you need to make a call from Call Logs and you happen to be outside your local area code, you can add the appropriate prefix by prepending the number. To prepend a phone number from Call Logs: Press Menu, scroll to Call logs, and press Select.
Using the Phone Book In This Section Adding a New Phone Book Entry Finding Phone Book Entries Phone Book Entry Options Adding a Phone Number to a Phone Book Entry Editing a Phone Book Entry’s Phone Number Assigning Speed Dial Numbers Editing a Phone Book Entry Selecting a Ringer Type for an Entry Dialing Sprint PCS Services...
Adding a New Phone Book Entry Your Sprint PCS Phone can store up to 250 names, with each name having up to five phone numbers. Phone Book entries can store up to a total of 1250 phone numbers and each entry’s name can contain 20 characters.
Finding Phone Book Entries There are several ways to display your Phone Book entries: by name, by speed dial number, by group, and by voice dial tags. Follow the steps outlined in the sections below to display entries from the Phone Book menu.
Phone Book Entry Options To access the Phone Book entry options, display the entry, press Details, and press Options. To choose an option, highlight it and press Select. Phone number options: Add voice tag/Voice tag. Create or change a voice tag for voice dialing the contact.
View Change type. Change a phone entry category (for example, from web address to street address.) Add detail. Add a note, street address, or other information Add number. Add another number to an existing contact. Caller groups. Assign this contact to a caller group Custom tone.
Adding a Phone Number to a Phone Book Entry To add a phone number to an entry: Press Contacts, scroll to Add number, and press Select. Scroll to the name you wish to modify and press Add. Scroll to the category to which you want to add the number and press Select.
Assigning Speed Dial Numbers Your phone can store phone numbers in speed dial locations for keys 2–9. For details on how to make calls using speed dial numbers, see “Using Speed Dialing” on page 28. Speed dial numbers can be assigned when you add a new Phone Book entry, when you add a new phone number to an existing entry, or when you edit an existing number.
Editing a Phone Book Entry To make changes to an entry: Press Scroll to the name you wish to edit and press Details. Press Options, scroll to an option, and press Select. Complete your editing changes and press OK. Selecting a Ringer Type for an Entry You can assign a ringer type to a Phone Book entry so you can identify the caller by the ringer type.
Personal Organizer In This Section Using the Alarm Clock Using the Calendar Using Voice Memos Using the Calculator Using the Countdown Timer Alarm Using the Stopwatch Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone is equipped with several personal information management features that help you manage your busy lifestyle.
Using the Alarm Clock The alarm clock feature lets you set an important time and alert you when the set time occurs. To set the alarm clock: From the main screen, press Menu, scroll to Organizer, and press Select. Scroll to Alarm clock and press Select. Scroll to Alarm time and press Select.
Using the Calendar Going to Today’s Calendar Menu To go to the Calendar menu for today’s date: From the main screen, press Menu, scroll to Organizer, and press Select. Scroll to Calendar and press Select. (When the calendar is displayed, today’s date is automatically highlighted.) Adding an Event to the Calendar Your Calendar helps organize your time and reminds you of important events.
Event Alerts There are several ways your phone alerts you of scheduled events: By displaying an alert message. By playing a tone. Event Alert Menu If you have an event alarm scheduled, your phone alerts you and displays the event reminder. To silence the alarm and reset the schedule, press appropriate softkey.
Erasing Events You can delete a specific event in the calendar. To delete an event: From the main screen, press Menu, scroll to Organizer, and press Select. Scroll to Calendar and press Select. Scroll to the day you wish to view and press Options. Scroll to View day and press Select.
Using Voice Memos The microphone in your phone can be used to record speech for playback at a later time. This is an easy way to create voice reminders to yourself. Note: Your phone can store up to 30 seconds of voice memos. Recording a Voice Memo To record a memo: Press Menu, scroll to Organizer, and press Select.
Adding an Alarm to a Voice Memo To add an alarm to remind you of a voice memo: Press Menu, scroll to Organizer, and press Select. Scroll to Voice recorder and press Select. Scroll to Recordings list and press Select. Scroll to the voice memo you to which you want to add an alarm, press Options, scroll to Add alarm, and press Select.
Using the Calculator Your phone comes with a built-in calculator and can store one currency exchange rate. To use the calculator: From the Organizer menu, scroll to Calculator, and press Select. Use the keypad to enter numbers. (Press Press multiply, and four times to divide. (The sign appears above Options.) –...
Using the Countdown Timer Alarm To use the countdown timer: From the Organizer menu, scroll to Countdown timer and press Select. Set the alarm time to count down by using the keypad and the 4-way navigation key, then press OK. (The format is hh.mm.) Enter a note that describes the timer alarm.
Using the Stopwatch The stopwatch has two timing modes; split timing and lap timing. Note: Using the stopwatch consumes the battery and the phone’s operating time will be reduced. Be careful not to let it run in the background when performing other operations with your phone.
Lap Timing Lap timing allows you to use the stopwatch to measure total elapsed time while also measuring each individual lap. The last recorded lap is shown on the line below the total time. To measure lap times: From the Organizer menu, scroll to Stopwatch, and press Select.
Using Your Phone’s Voice Services In This Section Using Voice-Activated Dialing Managing Voice Memos Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone’s Voice Services let you place calls using your voice, store voice reminders, and record memos right on your phone. This section includes easy-to-follow instructions on using voice- activated dialing and managing voice memos.
Using Voice-Activated Dialing In addition to Sprint PCS Voice Command With Sprint PCS Voice Command” on page 119), you can use a voice dial tag to automatically dial a phone number in your Phone Book. (A voice dial tag is a command you record and use to place calls without using the keypad.) Your phone can store up to 25 voice dial tags.
Making a Call Using Voice-Activated Dialing To use a voice dial tag to call a phone number: Press and hold Contacts for two seconds. (“Speak now” is displayed on your screen, followed by a short tone.) Speak the voice command into your phone’s microphone as you originally assigned it.
Managing Voice Memos You can use your phone’s Voice Services to record brief memos to remind you of important events, phone numbers, or grocery list items. For more information on voice memos, see “Using Voice Memos” on page 87. Recording Voice Memos To record a voice memo: Press Menu, scroll to Organizer, and press Select.
Additional Features In This Section Using a Calling Card Playing Games Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone has lots of additional features. Let’s explore them here. Section 2J: Additional Features Section 2J...
Using a Calling Card If you use a calling card for long distance calls, you can program the calling card into your phone. A Calling Card is a card with an account number supplied by your long distance service provider that allows you to place calls and have the long distance charges automatically charged to your account.
Creating Dialing Instructions The service provider of your Calling Card account requires a specific sequence of numbers to be dialed before your call is completed. Dialing sequence sets up the needed format. To create dialing instructions: From the standby mode, press Menu, scroll to Settings, and press Select.
Playing Games You can play a variety of entertaining and graphically-rich games on your Sprint PCS Voice Phone. Playing Games To play a game on your Sprint PCS Phone: From the standby mode, press Menu, scroll to Games, and press Select.
Section 3 Sprint PCS Service Features...
Sprint PCS Service Features: The Basics In This Section Using Voicemail Using SMS Text Messaging Using Caller ID Responding to Call Waiting Making a Three-Way Call Using Call Forwarding Now that you’ve mastered your phone’s fundamentals, it’s time to explore the calling features that enhance your Sprint PCS Service.
Using Voicemail Setting Up Your Voicemail All unanswered calls to your Sprint PCS Voice Phone are automatically transferred to your voicemail, even if your phone is in use or turned off. Therefore, you will want to set up your Sprint PCS Voicemail and personal greeting as soon as your phone is activated.
New Voicemail Message Alerts When you receive a new voice message, your phone alerts you and prompts you to call your voicemail. To call your voicemail: Press and hold As soon as you hear your own greeting message, press and hold .
Retrieving Your Voicemail Messages You can review your messages directly from your Sprint PCS Voice Phone or from any other touch-tone phone. To dial from your phone, you can either speed dial your voicemail or use the menu keys. Using One-Touch Message Access Press and hold prompts.) Note:...
Voicemail Button Guide Here’s a quick guide to your keypad functions while listening to voicemail messages. For further details and menu options, see “Voicemail Menu Key” on page 109. Date/Time Replay Erase Cancel Voicemail Options Your Sprint PCS Voice Phone offers several options for organizing and accessing your voicemail.
Setting Up Group Distribution Lists Create up to 20 separate group lists, each with up to 20 customers. Press and hold box contains any new or saved messages, press the main voicemail menu.) Press system prompts. Press Press Follow the voice prompts to create, edit, rename, or delete group lists.
Voicemail-to-Voicemail Message Forwarding Forward a voice message, except those marked “Private,” to other Sprint PCS Voicemail users. After listening to a message, press Follow the voice prompts to enter the phone number. Follow the voice prompts to record your introduction and forward the voice message.
Voicemail Menu Key Following the prompts on the voicemail system, you can use your keypad to navigate through the following voicemail menu. Listen Date/Time Send Reply Advance Replay Rewind Forward Message Erase Callback Save Options Send a Message Personal Options Notification Options Administrative Options Greetings...
Using SMS Text Messaging With SMS Text Messaging, you can use a person’s wireless phone number to send instant text messages from your Sprint PCS Phone to their messaging-ready phone – and they can send messages to you. When you receive a new message, it will automatically display on your phone’s screen.
To use a template message, select Options, select Use template, highlight your desired message, and press Select. Review your message, select Options, and select Send. Accessing SMS Text Messages To read an SMS Text message: When you receive a text message, it will automatically appear on your phone’s main display screen.
Message Folders Incoming text messages are stored in folders in your phone’s Messaging menu. You may add your own folders or use the phone’s default folders. To add a new folder: From the standby mode, press Menu, scroll to Messaging, and press Select.
Using Caller ID Caller ID allows people to identify a caller before answering the phone by displaying the number of the incoming call. If you do not want your number displayed when you make a call, just follow these easy steps. To block your phone number from being displayed for a specific outgoing call: Press...
Making a Three-Way Call With Three-Way Calling, you can talk to two people at the same time. When using this feature, the normal airtime rates will be charged for each of the two calls. To make a Three-Way Call: Enter a phone number you wish to call and press number is dialed.) Once you have established the connection, press Options, scroll to Three-way call, and press Select.
Using Call Forwarding Call Forwarding lets you forward all your incoming calls to another phone number – even when your phone is turned off. You can continue to make calls from your phone when Call Forwarding is activated. To activate Call Forwarding: Press to which your future calls should be forwarded.
Sprint PCS Voice Command In This Section Getting Started With Sprint PCS Voice Command Creating Your Own Address Book Making a Call With Sprint PCS Voice Command Accessing Information Using Sprint PCS Voice Command With Sprint, the first wireless provider to offer innovative Sprint PCS Voice Command technology, reaching your friends, family, and co-workers has never been easier –...
Getting Started With Sprint PCS Voice Command With Sprint PCS Voice Command: You can store all your contacts’ phone numbers, so you can simply say the name of the person you want to call. There’s no need to punch in a lot of numbers, memorize voicemail passwords, or try to dial while you’re driving.
Creating Your Own Address Book You can program up to 250 names into your personal address book, with each name having up to five phone numbers. That’s up to 1250 phone numbers, and with the advanced technology of Sprint PCS Voice Command, you can have instant access to all of them.
Making a Call With Sprint PCS Voice Command To make a call with Sprint PCS Voice Command: Press signed up for Sprint PCS Voice Command. (You’ll hear a tone followed by the prompt “Ready.”) After the “Ready” prompt, simply say, in a natural voice, “Call”...
Accessing Information Using Sprint PCS Voice Command To access information using Sprint PCS Voice Command: Press Say “Call the Web.” (To access, listen to and respond to email, once email has been set up, say “Call My Email.”) Choose from a listing of information categories like news, weather, sports, and more.
Section 4 Safety and Warranty Information...
Safety In This Section Getting the Most Out of Your Reception Maintaining Safe Use of and Access to Your Phone Caring for the Battery Acknowledging Special Precautions and the FCC Notice Consumer Information on Wireless Phones Owner’s Record User’s Guide Proprietary Notice Accessibility Information Part of getting the most out of your Sprint PCS Voice Phone is learning how the phone works and how to care for it.
Getting the Most Out of Your Reception Keeping Tabs on Signal Strength The quality of each call you make or receive depends on the signal strength in your area. Your phone informs you of the current signal strength by displaying a number of bars next to the signal strength icon.
Do not paint your phone. Paint can clog the moving parts and prevent proper operation. Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the phone and may violate regulations governing radio devices. Note: For the best care of your phone, only Sprint authorized personnel should service your phone and accessories.
Always secure the device in its holder, because metallic materials may be attracted by the earpiece. Do not place credit cards or other magnetic storage media near the device, because information stored on them may be erased. Medical Devices Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including wireless phones, may interfere with the functionality of inadequately protected medical devices.
area or in other areas with signs indicating two-way radios should be turned off. Construction crews often use remote-control RF devices to set off explosives. Turn your phone off when you're in any area that has a potentially explosive atmosphere. Although it's rare, your phone and accessories could generate sparks. Sparks can cause an explosion or fire, resulting in bodily injury or even death.
The guidelines listed below help you get the most out of your battery’s performance. Use only batteries and chargers approved by the phone manufacturer (for example, Nokia LCH-12, or the Nokia ACP-12). These chargers are designed to maximize battery life. Using other batteries or chargers voids your warranty and may cause damage.
Acknowledging Special Precautions and the FCC Notice FCC Notice This phone may cause TV or radio interference if used in close proximity to receiving equipment. The FCC can require you to stop using the phone if such interference cannot be eliminated. Vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (propane or butane) must comply with the National Fire Protection Standard (NFPA-58).
SAR values at or below the federal standard of 1.6 W/kg are considered safe for use by the public. The highest reported SAR values of the V-6016i by Nokia are: Amps mode (Part 22): Head: 1.28 W/kg; Body-worn: 1.00 W/kg Cell mode (Part 22): Head: 1.14 W/kg;...
(The following information comes from a consumer information Website jointly sponsored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), entitled “Cell Phone Facts: Consumer Information on Wireless Phones. ” The information reproduced herein is dated July 29, 2003. For further updates, please visit the Website: http://www.fda.gov/cellphones/qa.html.)
How is radiofrequency radiation measured? RF waves and RF fields have both electrical and magnetic components. It is often convenient to express the strength of the RF field in terms of each component. For example, the unit “volts per meter” (V/m) is used to measure the electric field strength, and the unit “amperes per meter”...
What levels of RF energy are considered safe? Various organizations and countries have developed standards for exposure to radiofrequency energy. These standards recommend safe levels of exposure for both the general public and for workers. In the United States, the FCC has used safety guidelines for RF environmental exposure since 1985.
Under the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA), the FCC has certain responsibilities to consider whether its actions will significantly affect the quality of the human environment. Therefore, FCC approval and licensing of transmitters and facilities must be evaluated for significant impact on the environment.
for RF Exposure” or similar language. This section should contain the value(s) for typical or maximum SAR for your phone. Phones and other products authorized since June 2, 2000, should have the maximum SAR levels noted directly on the “Grant of Equipment Authorization.” For phones and products authorized between about mid-1998 and June 2000, detailed information on SAR levels is typically found in the exhibits associated with the grant.
What are wireless telephone base stations? Fixed antennas used for wireless telecommunications are referred to as cellular base stations, cell stations, PCS (“Personal Communications Service”) stations or telephone transmission towers. These base stations consist of antennas and electronic equipment. Because the antennas need to be high in the air, they are often located on towers, poles, water tanks, or rooftops.
essentially have to remain in the main transmitted radio signal (at the height of the antenna) and within a few feet from the antenna. This is, of course, very unlikely to occur. When cellular and PCS antennas are mounted on rooftops, RF levels on that roof or on others near by would probably be greater than those typically encountered on the ground.
Information on site specific licensed facilities can be found the “General Menu Reports” (GenMen) at http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/cgi-bin/ws.exe/genmen/index.hts. The various FCC Bureaus also publish on at least a weekly basis, bulk extracts of their licensing databases. Each licensing database has its own unique file structure.
Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions, FDA has urged the wireless phone industry to take a number of steps, including the following: Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the type emitted by wireless phones; Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the user that is not necessary for device function;...
What are the results of the research done already? The research done thus far has produced conflicting results, and many studies have suffered from flaws in their research methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects of radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures characteristic of wireless phones have yielded conflicting results that often cannot be repeated in other laboratories.
An influential result of this work has been the development of a detailed agenda of research needs that has driven the establishment of new research programs around the world. The Project has also helped develop a series of public information documents on EMF issues. FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications &...
What about wireless phone interference with medical equipment? Radiofrequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can interact with some electronic devices. For this reason, FDA helped develop a detailed test method to measure electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators from wireless telephones. This test method is now part of a standard sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Medical instrumentation (AAMI).
opened. The FDA has stated that ovens that meet its standards and are used according to the manufacturer's recommendations are safe for consumer and industrial use. More information is available from: www.fda.gov/cdrh. The EPA has, in the past, considered developing federal guidelines for public exposure to RF radiation.
In addition, if the cell phone presents a risk of injury to the user, FDA may also take regulatory action. The most important post-grant test, from a consumer's perspective, is testing of the RF emissions of the phone.
The model number, regulatory number and serial number are located on a nameplate inside the battery compartment. Record the serial number in the space provided below. This will be helpful if you need to contact us about your phone in the future. Model: V-6016i by Nokia Serial No.: User’s Guide Proprietary Notice...
Accessibility Information Nokia is committed to making mobile phones easy to use for all individuals, including those with disabilities. For more information, visit the Nokia World Wide Website at www.nokiaaccessibility.com. TTY and TDD device compatibility Your Nokia phone is equipped with a universal 2.5mm accessory jack that can be used to connect any “cellular ready”...
Terms & Conditions and Manufacturer’s Warranty In This Section Terms and Conditions Manufacturer’s Warranty Your Sprint PCS Phone has been designed to provide you with reliable, worry-free service. If for any reason you have a problem with your equipment, please refer to the manufacturer’s warranty. This section contains the Terms and Conditions of Service for your Sprint PCS Phone and Service and the manufacturer’s warranty for your Sprint PCS Phone.
Terms and Conditions Terms and Conditions of Services (Effective June 30, 2004) Thanks for choosing Sprint. These terms and conditions are part of your agreement with Sprint for Sprint PCS Services. Please note these terms may not be the most current version. You can get a current version of the terms on our website at www.sprintpcs.com or by requesting a copy from us at 1-888-211-4PCS A para solicitar esta literatura en español, por favor contactar a...
Term Commitments. Unless we specifically tell you otherwise, our service plans require that you maintain service for a minimum term (“Term Service Plan”), usually 1 or 2 years. After satisfying this minimum term, your service plan will continue on a month-to-month basis unless you have agreed to extend the term for additional period(s).
Fee, etc.) still apply. If a transfer to Sprint is not successful, you will be responsible for any discounts provided to you with the purchase of your device. See our printed in-store materials or visit www.sprintpcs.com for additional important information on number transfers. Coverage.
Sprint PCS Vision Charges. Vision usage is measured in bytes, not in minutes. Bytes are rounded up to kilobytes. Usage rounding occurs at the top of each clock hour while in a session and at the end of each session and is then charged to you based on the terms of your Services.
financial institution. Acceptance of payments (even if marked “paid in full”) does not waive our right to collect all amounts that you owe us. Disputed Charges. Disputes concerning any charges invoiced must be raised within 60 days of the date of the invoice. You accept all charges not disputed in this time period.
Voice Command. Calls to 911 or similar emergency numbers cannot be placed through the Voice Command feature. See our printed in-store materials or visit www.sprintpcs.com for additional important information on this option. Wireless Web. Wireless Web Services may be available depending on your device and Service plan/option.
(e) interruption or failure in accessing or attempting to access emergency services from your phone, including through 911, E911 or otherwise; or (f) events due to factors beyond our control, including acts of God (including, without limitation, weather-related phenomena, fire or earthquake), war, riot, strike, or orders of In the event we are found to be responsible to you for monetary governmental authority.
parties agree otherwise. All expedited procedures prescribed by the applicable rules will apply. We agree to pay our respective arbitration costs, except as otherwise required by rules of JAMS or NAF, as applicable, but the arbitrator can apportion these costs as appropriate. The arbitrator's decision and award is final and binding, and judgment on the award may be entered in any court with jurisdiction.
No charge will be made to the Consumer for any such parts. Nokia will also pay for the labor charges incurred by Nokia in repairing or replacing the defective parts. The limited warranty does not cover defects in appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items, including framing, and any non-operative parts.
Trojan Horses, cancelbots or damage caused by the connection to other products not recommended for interconnection by Nokia. c) Nokia was not advised in writing by the Consumer of the alleged defect or malfunction of the Product within fourteen (14) days after the expiration of the applicable limited warranty period.
This limited warranty gives the Consumer specific legal rights and the Consumer may also have other rights which vary from state to state. 12 Nokia neither assumes nor authorizes any authorized service center or any other person or entity to assume for it any other obligation or liability beyond that which is expressly provided for in this limited warranty including the provider or seller of any extended warranty or service agreement.
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Index accessibility information 145 accessories 20 adding a phone number 79 alarm calendar event 84 countdown timer 90 voice memo 88 alarm clock 83 alert notification calendar event 84 call waiting 113 changing service areas 38 message 36 voicemail 103 answering calls 24 auto-answer mode 45 battery...
factory settings 52 FCC Notice 128 games playing 100 greeting text 39 headset 20, 45 help 6 icons 12 Introduction ii key functions 11 key tone 37 language setting 46 lap timing 92 location setting 42 locking your phone 48 making calls 22 manufacturer’s warranty 146 menu diagram...
safety 122 security menu 48 silencing you phone 38 special numbers 51 speed dialing 28 assigning numbers 80 split timing 91 Sprint PCS account passwords 5 Sprint PCS Services call forwarding 115 call waiting 113 caller ID 113 Customer Service 6 directory assistance 7 getting started 3 Operator Services 7...