Panasonic A210 Operating Instructions Manual

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Operating Instructions A210 Important Information ... 1 Safety considerations... 1 SAR... 6 Care and maintenance... 8 About this manual ... 10 About Your Phone... 12 Phone overview... 12 Key functions... 13 Display ... 15 Indicator light... 17 Getting Started ... 18 Installing the SIM and the battery ...
  • Page 3 Games... 81 Games menu structure ...81 Playing games ...81 Browser ... 83 Browser menu structure ...83 Settings...83 Starting the Browser ...85 Bookmarks...86 Data connections...87 Applications ... 88 Applications menu structure...88 Alarm ...88 Calculator ...89 Currency converter ...90 My Media ... 91 My Media menu structure ...91 Pictures...91 Sounds ...91...
  • Page 4: Important Information

    Please ensure the battery is fully charged before use. We, Panasonic Mobile Communications Development of Europe Ltd., declare that the EB-A210 conforms with the essential and other relevant requirements of the directive 1999/5/EC. A declaration of conformity to this effect can be found at
  • Page 5: Electronic Devices

    Disposing of the Battery Do not incinerate or dispose of the battery as ordinary rubbish. The battery must be disposed of in accordance with local regulations and may be recycled. Aircraft Switch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft. Ensure that the setting of the Alarm or Power on time function will not contravene regulations whereby it may automatically power on when in an aircraft or medical facility etc.
  • Page 6 You should use security features, such as the SIM lock to protect information held in your phone. Panasonic accepts no liability for any and all losses howsoever arising from any loss of...
  • Page 7: Other Important Information

    Panasonic accepts no liability for any and all losses howsoever arising from any loss of data or any such infringement of copyright or...
  • Page 8 Some of the contents described in this manual are subject to change without notice. Please refer to our website for latest information/standards and compliance in your country/region of use.
  • Page 9: Sar

    Important Information INTERNATIONAL – ICNIRP THIS PANASONIC PHONE (MODEL EB-A210) MEETS REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) recommended by international guidelines (ICNIRP).
  • Page 10 Important Information in measurements. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting requirements and the network band.
  • Page 11: Care And Maintenance

    Important Information Care and maintenance Pressing any of the keys may produce a loud tone. Avoid holding the phone close to the ear while pressing the keys. Extreme temperatures may have a temporary effect on the operation of your phone. This is normal and does not indicate a fault.
  • Page 12 Important Information Always charge the battery in a well ventilated area, not in direct sunlight, between +5°C and +35°C. It is not possible to recharge the battery if it is outside this temperature range. When disposing of any packing materials or old equipment, check with your local authorities for information on recycling.
  • Page 13: About This Manual

    Graphics The graphic elements in this manual are for illustrative purposes and may differ from the actual phone and/or graphic elements displayed on the phone. Panasonic reserves the right to change the information in this manual without prior notice. Keys Keys in this manual may differ from the actual keys on your phone.
  • Page 14: How To Read This Manual

    How to read this manual <Example> GSM network in Settings menu on page 68 This function is SIM dependent. For other symbols, refer to page 10. d Menu navigation Before following the steps, you need to enter the Main menu, then move through the submenus, as described next to the d icon.
  • Page 15: About Your Phone

    Phone overview Earpiece Personal handsfree Connector Navigation key Left Soft key Send key Asterisk key Charging Connector Indicator light Display Right Soft key Power/End key Silent mode key Microphone...
  • Page 16: Key Functions

    Key functions Key name Press top [1] or bottom [2] edge to move the Navigation screen cursor, or adjust the earpiece volume while on a call. Perform the functions indicated by text shown Left Soft key in the lower left-hand corner of the display. Right Soft Perform the functions indicated by text shown in the lower right-hand corner of the display.
  • Page 17: Quick Keys

    Quick keys You can easily access features instead of navigating through the menus. In Idle mode Short press Long press [S] - [K] During a call Short press Long press Open Main menu Open Messages menu Open Shortcuts menu Open Contacts list Open Call log Switch the selected Shortcuts menu on/off Open Browser menu...
  • Page 18: Display

    Display Idle display Wallpaper Left Soft key selection area Idle clock The clock appears on the display about a minute after you press the last key. About Your Phone Status icon area Right Soft key selection area...
  • Page 19: Status Icons

    About Your Phone Status icons The status icons are displayed or animated according to the currently activated functions. Icon Signal strength; the more bars visible, the stronger the signal. Home network that you subscribe to is within range. Registered to a non-home network – roaming. All incoming voice calls are diverted if All voice calls is set.
  • Page 20: Indicator Light

    Indicator light The indicator light flashes or beams when you receive calls/ messages, the battery is charging, the alarm sounds or you press the keypad. To specify the default illumination colour for incoming calls, messages and the alarm, or to switch on or off the Illumination for battery charge and keypad press, see “Illumination”...
  • Page 21: Getting Started

    Installing the SIM and the battery The SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card and the battery must be installed before using your phone. Before handling the SIM and the battery, ensure that the phone is switched off and the charger is disconnected from the phone. Inserting/removing the SIM See “Inserting/removing the battery”...
  • Page 22 Inserting/removing the battery Inserting the battery 1. Insert the battery into the battery compartment, ensuring the 3 gold contacts align with the 3 gold pins at the top of the compartment. 2. Replace the cover on the phone. Make sure the cover clicks into place.
  • Page 23: Charging The Battery

    Charging the battery Your phone can be charged either when it is switched on or off. You can use your phone switched on even while charging. Ensure that the battery is attached in the phone before charging. 1. Connect the charger to the Charging Connector, then connect the charger to the mains power supply.
  • Page 24: Switching The Phone On/Off

    Low battery warning When the battery power is low, a “Battery is low” message will be displayed and a warning tone will sound. The phone will display the message for several times, then switch off automatically. If you receive the low battery warning during a conversation, charge your phone to continue the conversation.
  • Page 25: Basic Operations

    Making calls To make a call, your phone must be within range of a network with adequate signal strength. Standard dialling In Idle mode: 1. Enter the area code and phone number 7 [T] 2. When the other party answers, talk into the microphone 3.
  • Page 26: International Dialling

    International dialling The international prefix (+) for the destination country/region should be entered, followed by the country/region code, area code and phone number. In Idle mode: 1. Press and hold [L] until “+” is displayed 2. Enter the country/region code 3.
  • Page 27: Answering Calls

    Answering calls When there is an incoming call, the phone rings and/or vibrates (depending on your phone’s alert setting). (See “Alerts” on page 64.) While the phone is ringing and/or vibrating: 1. [T] or [5] (Reply) If Any key answer is on: 1.
  • Page 28: Silent Mode

    Answering a second call While on an active call, you may receive another call. To enable this service, Call waiting must be active. (See “Call waiting” on page 71.) If you hear an alert tone during a call: 1. [T] The first call is placed on hold.
  • Page 29: In-Call Operations

    Basic Operations In-call operations In-call menu (while connected to an active call) While on a call, you can access the in-call menu. 1. [5] (Menu) 2. [192] to scroll to the required menu 7 [5] (Select) Hands free / Hand held Contacts list Messages...
  • Page 30: Making A Second Call

    DTMF DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) can be sent during a conversation. These are often used to access voicemail, paging and computerised home banking. For example, you may need to enter a number to remotely access voicemail messages. A phone number may be stored in the Contacts together with a DTMF sequence, allowing the number to be dialled upon recall and the DTMF sequence to be sent automatically.
  • Page 31: Multiple Calls Operations

    Basic Operations Multiple calls operations In-call menu (while on multiple calls) While on more than one call, you can access the in-call menu. 1. [5] (Menu) 2. [192] to select the required menu 7 [5] (Select) Hands free / Hand held Conference* Call transfer*...
  • Page 32: Call Transfer

    Conference You can have a conversation with up to 5 people on a Conference call. During a call (one active call and one call on hold): 1. [5] (Menu) 2. [192] to scroll to Conference 7 [5] (Select) The 2 calls are joined into a Conference call. To add new participants: 3.
  • Page 33: Call Status

    Basic Operations Call status When you have multiple calls (including calls on hold), you can check or manage the status of the calls. During a multiple calls: 1. [5] (Menu) 2. [192] to scroll to Call status 7 [5] (Select) The list of the calls is displayed.
  • Page 34: Text Entry

    Your phone provides three text entry modes to enter characters. A predictive text entry system. You can enter a word with ® fewer key presses. A traditional way to type in a letter. Press a key several Multi-tap times until the required letter appears. Numeric You can enter numbers (0-9), e and r.
  • Page 35: Editing Text

    Text Entry Changing the letter case Press [e] to change the letter case mode as follows. abc/T9abc 7 Abc/T9Abc 7 ABC/T9ABC Auto capital change Auto capital affects Multi-tap (Abc) and T9 (Abc). When the entry mode is changed to Multi-tap (Abc) or T9 (Abc), the first character is input as upper case and subsequent letters as lower case.
  • Page 36: Text Entry

    The following table shows characters available on your phone. To use the function in the bottom cell assigned to a key, press and hold the key. In the T9 keys to show a set of all characters. (See “Pop-up character table” on page 32.) ®...
  • Page 37: Menu Navigation

    Main menu structure The 9 menus are as follows: Messages Inbox ...38 Archive ...39 Create new...40 Voicemail...46 Cell Broadcast...47 User Emoticon...41 Text templates ...41 Settings ...37 Memory status...49 Games Hit Mouse ...81 Funny Toggle...82 My Media Pictures ...91 Sounds ...91 User 1...92 User 2...92 User 3...92...
  • Page 38: Displaying The Menu

    Displaying the menu The menu system allows you to access functions which do not have their own dedicated buttons on the keypad. In Idle mode: 1. [5] The Main menu appears with 9 menu options. (See “Main menu structure” on page 34.) 2.
  • Page 39: Messages

    Messages menu structure Inbox...38 Archive ...39 Create new ...40 Voicemail...46 Call Mailbox ...46 Set Mailbox number ...46 Cell Broadcast ...47 Auto display ...47 Read messages ...47 Message list ...47 Topic list ...48 Languages ...49 SMS (Short Message Service) SMS allows you to send and receive short text messages to/from mobile phones.
  • Page 40: Setting The Message Centre Number

    Setting the Message centre number Your connection settings must be configured before using the service. The Message centre number may be preprogrammed. Changing this number may cause failure of a text message. d Main menu > Messages > Settings > Message centre 1.
  • Page 41: Receiving Messages

    Messages Receiving messages When you receive a message, the message icon ( along with a ringtone, illumination and/or vibration. d Main menu > Messages > Inbox 1. [192] to scroll to the required message 7 [5] (Options) 2. [192] to scroll to View 7 [5] (Select) Options When viewing the list of messages or the selected message, the following options are available by pressing [5] (Options).
  • Page 42 Viewing messages in the Archive You can view messages sent and/or waiting to be sent in the Archive. d Main menu > Messages > Archive 1. [192] to scroll to the required message 7 [5] (Options) 2. [192] to scroll to View 7 [5] (Select) Options When viewing the list of messages or the selected message, the following options are available by pressing [5] (Options).
  • Page 43: Creating A Message

    Messages Creating a message You can create messages with pictures, sounds, etc. d Main menu > Messages > Create new 1. Enter your text (See “Text Entry” on page 31.) 7 [5] (Options) 2. [192] to scroll to the required option 7 [5] (Select) Send the message.
  • Page 44: Sending A Message

    Sending a message When a message is completed: 1. [5] (Options) 2. [192] to scroll to Send or Save & send 7 [5] (Select) 3. Enter the phone number 7 [5] (OK) Options You can recall a number from Contacts or Groups list by pressing [5] (Options).
  • Page 45: Illumination Messages

    Messages Illumination Messages With the Illumination feature, you can express special feelings in a message. The Indicator light will respond to the pictographs in an Illumination message and light in combinations of colours and light patterns when you receive or view an Illumination message. Switch on Illumination so that the Indicator light on the phone will be illuminated when receiving or viewing the Illumination message.
  • Page 46 Select the required emoticons from the list below. Indicator Emoticon Colour Colour 3 >:-< :-|| 0:-) Colour 6 :’( Colour 1 Colour 5 :-> Colour 2 =:-) Colour 4 Colour 7 Colour 8 • Pattern A: [Firefly] flickers slowly for about two seconds. •...
  • Page 47 Messages Creating an Illumination Message with animations d Main menu > Messages > Create new 1. Enter your text 2. [5] (Options) 3. [192] to scroll to Picture & sound 7 [5] (Select) 4. [192] to scroll to Fix animations 7 [5] (Select) 5.
  • Page 48 Select the required animation from the list below. Name I am ironic I am glad I am sceptical I am sad Wow! I am crying I am winking I am laughing I am indifferent In love/kissing I am confused Tongue hanging I am angry Wearing glasses Devil...
  • Page 49: Voicemail

    Messages Voicemail The Voicemail service lets you access your voice mailbox. To listen to your voice messages, you may need to subscribe to the Voicemail service through your service provider. Listening to Voice messages From Idle mode: 1. Press and hold [A] to call your voice mailbox 2.
  • Page 50: Cell Broadcast

    Cell Broadcast You can receive messages on specified topics, such as weather information and traffic news, regularly from your service provider. You need to specify the “topic(s)” of information and the language in which you wish to receive the information. To receive the broadcasts, Read messages must be on.
  • Page 51: Topic List

    Messages User defined topic You can add your favourite topics to the user-defined topic list. d Main menu > Messages > Cell Broadcast > Topic list > User defined 1. [192] to scroll to <New entry> 7 [5] (Options) 2. Enter the message ID 7 [5] (OK) 3.
  • Page 52: Memory Status

    Languages You can set the language of the message you receive. d Main menu > Messages > Cell Broadcast > Languages 1. If there are no entries: [192] to scroll to Insert or Add to end 7 [5] (Select) If there are any entries: [5] (Options) 7 [192] to scroll to Insert or Add to end 7 [5] (Select) “Insert”...
  • Page 53: Contacts

    Contacts menu structure Contacts list ...51 Add Contact ...52 Phone...52 SIM...53 Call log ...55 Dialled numbers ...55 Answered calls...55 Missed calls ...55 Speed Dial list...56 Groups...57 Advanced ...58 My Numbers...58 Memory status...59 My Contacts ...59 SDN...60 (Information number)* ...60...
  • Page 54: Browsing The Contacts List

    Browsing the Contacts list You can search for a number in the Contacts list. You need to set SIM or Phone Contacts list as your default Contacts list to begin with. (See “My Contacts” on page 59.) Browsing the list for a contact d Main menu >...
  • Page 55: Adding Contacts

    Contacts Adding contacts Storing a contact in your phone In the phone, you can store detailed information for each contact. The entries are grouped together and are retained even if you damage your SIM. d Main menu > Contacts > Add Contact > Phone 1.
  • Page 56 Storing a contact in your SIM You can store some information for each contact in your SIM. d Main menu > Contacts > Add Contact > SIM 1. Name: Enter the name 7 [2] 2. Phone: Enter the phone number 7 [2] You can select the country/region code by pressing [6] (+List) before entering the number.
  • Page 57 Contacts Storing a contact in FDN The Fixed dial feature allows you to limit your outgoing calls to a certain set of numbers saved in FDN (Fixed Dial Number), which is located in your SIM. When this function is on, only the Fixed dial numbers can be dialled, and any attempt to call any other number will fail.
  • Page 58: Call Log

    Call log Recently dialled phone numbers, answered calls and missed calls are stored in the Call log. The numbers in the Call log list can be used to call or add to Contacts. Viewing/Dialling from Call log d Main menu > Contacts > Call log 1.
  • Page 59: Speed Dial List

    Contacts Speed Dial list Setting speed dialling keys You can quickly dial phone numbers stored at locations 2-9 in the Contacts list. You must assign a required contact a speed dialling key before switching the Speed Dial on/off. d Main menu > Contacts > Speed Dial list 1.
  • Page 60: Groups

    Groups You can categorise the Contacts list stored in your phone into 10 groups. You can edit each group by renaming, or selecting a particular ringtone or icon, so that you can identify the incoming caller. Viewing groups d Main menu > Contacts > Groups 1.
  • Page 61: Advanced

    Contacts Editing the group d Main menu > Contacts > Groups 1. [192] to scroll to the required group 7 [5] (Options) 2. [192] to scroll to the required option 7 [5] (Select) View View the Contacts in the selected group. [192] to scroll to Preinstalled, My Media or Set ringtone Downloaded 7 [5] (Select) 7 [192] to scroll to the...
  • Page 62: Sim

    Viewing My Numbers d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > My Numbers 1. [192] to scroll to the required entry 7 [6] (View) Options When highlighting the stored entry, the following options are available by pressing [5] (Options): View, Edit and Delete. Memory status Memory status shows how many locations are available in the Contacts list.
  • Page 63: Sdn

    Contacts If your SIM includes SDN (Service Dialling Number), you can call a service number by selecting from the list. SDN enables you to access special services provided by your network operator, such as customer support, emergency services, etc. d Main menu > Contacts > Advanced > SDN 1.
  • Page 64: Settings

    Settings menu structure Sounds ...62 Volume ...62 Ringtones...62 Warning tone...63 Alerts ...64 Ring only ...64 None ...64 Ring & Vibrate...64 Vibrate only ...64 Ring once...64 Display...64 Wallpaper ...64 Colour Theme ...64 Illumination...65 Contrast ...65 Backlight time...65 Greeting ...65 Brightness ...66 (Hide network name)* Key backlight...66 Language ...67...
  • Page 65: Sounds

    Settings Sounds Volume You can change the volume of different ringtones used for the following: Calls, Contacts calls, Alarm, Messages, Cell Broadcast, Key volume and Group 1-10. d Main menu > Settings > Sounds > Volume 1. [192] to scroll to the required ringtone 7 [5] (Select) 2.
  • Page 66: Warning Tone

    Downloading ringtones via the SMS service Your requested ringtones can be downloaded to your phone via the SMS service. When a message is received containing a ringtone, notification appears on the Idle screen. When a ringtone message appears on the Idle display: 1.
  • Page 67: Alerts

    Settings Alerts You can set your phone to ring and/or vibrate when you receive a call or message, or the set time is reached. The following alert types are available: Ring only, None, Ring & Vibrate, Vibrate only or Ring once. d Main menu >...
  • Page 68: Illumination

    Illumination The phone alerts you with illumination when specific events occur. d Main menu > Settings > Display > Illumination 1. [192] to scroll to the required event 7 [5] (Select) Calls Contacts calls Messages Alarm Battery charge Keypad Contrast You can adjust the colour contrast of the display.
  • Page 69: Brightness

    Settings Brightness You can adjust the brightness of the display. d Main menu > Settings > Display 1. [192] to scroll to Brightness 7 [5] (Change) 2. [192] to scroll to Maximum, High, Medium, or Low 7 [5] (Select) Hide network name You can hide the network name which is shown in Idle mode.
  • Page 70: Language

    Language T9 input When you create text, T9 presses. The following T9 T9 preferred T9 language d Main menu > Settings > Language > T9 input 1. [192] to scroll to T9 preferred or T9 language 7 [5] (Change or Select) (If T9 language is selected, go to the next step.) 2.
  • Page 71: Gsm Network

    Settings GSM network Auto network You can set your phone to automatically or manually search for another network when roaming. When Auto network is on, the phone will automatically select a new network in order to maintain optimum network availability. d Main menu >...
  • Page 72: Network List

    Network list The Network list is used when the Auto network is set to on. The order in the list indicates the search priority. You can edit the list as required. d Main menu > Settings > GSM network > Network list 1.
  • Page 73: Calls

    Settings Calls Call Diverts Voice calls can be diverted to different numbers in different situations. For example, you can divert calls to your voice mailbox when you are out of reach. Calls can be diverted in the following situations: All voice calls Not reachable No reply Busy...
  • Page 74: Call Service

    Call Service Time/Charge Check the duration and the remaining units of calls. Last call Display the date, time and duration of the last call. Display the total duration, number, and call units of all the All voice calls outgoing or incoming voice calls. Cost left Display the remaining call units available.
  • Page 75: Withhold Id

    Settings Withhold ID Withhold ID may already be set to prevent showing your name and/ or number to another phone by the network operator. You can check the status here. d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Call Service > Withhold ID The current status is displayed.
  • Page 76: Charge Settings

    Charge settings You can check the service charge settings or reset the settings. d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Call Service > Charge settings 1. [192] to scroll to the required setting 7 [5] (Select or Change) (If one of the settings except for Auto display is selected, go to the next step.) 2.
  • Page 77: Send My Number

    Settings Line Your phone has two phone lines if your SIM supports CPHS and Alternate Line Service. d Main menu > Settings > Calls > Call Service > Line 1. [192] to scroll to Line 1 or Line 2 7 [5] (Select) Note: Ask your network operator about service in details.
  • Page 78: Security

    Security Call bar Call barring restricts certain calls using a password supplied by your service provider. You can check or change the status of Call bar. The following Call bar settings are available: All outgoing Outgo int’l Out. int’l x home All incoming When roaming d Main menu >...
  • Page 79: Codes

    Settings Codes Changing the phonecode You can change the phonecode for enhancing security. See “SIM lock” on page 78. d Main menu > Settings > Security > Codes > Change phonecode 1. Enter a new phonecode 7 [5] (OK) 2. Enter the new code to verify 7 [5] (OK) To change the phonecode, enter the current phonecode, then repeat the step 1-2.
  • Page 80: Fixed Dial

    Changing PIN/PIN2 You must enable the PIN before changing the code. See “PIN control” on page 76. d Main menu > Settings > Security > Codes 1. [192] to scroll to Change PIN or Change PIN2 7 [5] (Select) 2. Enter the current code 7 [5] (OK) 3.
  • Page 81: Auto Answer

    Settings SIM lock Once you enable the SIM lock, you will be prompted to enter your phonecode when you switch on the phone with a different SIM inserted. d Main menu > Settings > Security > SIM lock 1. Enter the phonecode 7 [5] (OK) 2.
  • Page 82: Auto Key Lock

    Auto key lock The Auto key lock is used to prevent any keys from being pressed accidentally e.g. when the phone is being carried. This function automatically turns on shortly after the phone returns to Idle mode. d Main menu > Settings 1.
  • Page 83: Defaults

    Settings Power on/off time The phone can be set to turn itself on/off automatically at a specified time. d Main menu > Settings > Time and date 1. [192] to scroll to Power on time or Power off time 7 [5] (Change) 2.
  • Page 84: Games

    Games menu structure Hit Mouse ...81 Funny Toggle ...82 Playing games Hit Mouse When you see the mouse, press any key from [A] to [K] as quickly as possible to hit it. Keep in mind that the dog is not your target. Example: If you press [G], you will hit the object hidden in the 5th hole.
  • Page 85 Games Funny Toggle Toggle green and red cards to match all the faces with as few tries as you can. Press [S], [F], [H] or [J] to move the cursor, and [G] to select a card. When all the faces match, you will be given a score.
  • Page 86: Browser

    Browser menu structure Start Browser ...85 Bookmarks...86 Settings ...83 Push setting ...84 Server list ...84 Settings Setting up to access the Internet Your phone supports WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) and has a WAP browser. Connect wirelessly to Mobile Internet and access information you need such as news, weather reports, stock quotes, banking, travel information and sport results, etc.
  • Page 87: Push Setting

    Browser d Main menu > Browser > Settings > Server list 1. [192] to scroll to the required server 7 [6] (Edit) 2. [192] to edit the required item 7 [5] (Save) 3. [5] (Launch) The phone can contain five server settings. If no settings are present, contact your network operator.
  • Page 88: Starting The Browser

    Starting the Browser The first time the Browser is activated, the Home page will be displayed. During an Internet connection, you can add bookmarks, reload pages, view active session details, etc. d Main menu > Browser > Start Browser To scroll webpages: 1.
  • Page 89: Bookmarks

    Browser Bookmarks Once you bookmark your favourite webpage, you can quickly jump to the page. Bookmarking a page You can save web addresses to your list of bookmarks. d Main menu > Browser > Bookmarks 1. [192] to scroll to <Empty> 7 [5] (Options) 2.
  • Page 90: Data Connections

    Data connections Data connection settings You must configure the Data connections (GPRS and CSD) before configuring the server settings. d Main menu > Browser > Data connections 1. [192] to scroll to CSD or GPRS 7 [5] (Select) 2. [192] to scroll to the required server 7 [5] (Select) 3.
  • Page 91: Applications

    Applications menu structure Alarm ...88 Calculator...89 Currency...90 Rate setting...90 Rate compute...90 Alarm You can set the alarm so that the phone will sound, vibrate and/or light when the set time is reached. d Main menu > Applications > Alarm 1. [192] to scroll to the required setting 7 [5] (Options) 2.
  • Page 92: Calculator

    Options When the required setting is highlighted, the following options are available by pressing [5] (Options): Activate Delete and Delete all. Note: If you are on a call when the set time is reached, the alarm will sound. Ensure that Alarm settings will not contravene any regulations by switching on automatically when in an aircraft, medical facility, etc.
  • Page 93: Currency Converter

    Applications Currency converter Conversion rate setting The currency converter enables you to convert from/to a home currency using a conversion rate that you enter. Before beginning conversions, choose a base currency and enter the conversion rate. The base currency rate is set to 1. d Main menu >...
  • Page 94: My Media

    My Media menu structure Pictures ...91 Sounds ...91 User 1 - 4 ...92 Shortcuts...92 Memory status ...92 Pictures Pictures downloaded from the Internet are stored in the Pictures folder. d Main menu > My Media > Pictures 1. [192] to scroll to the required picture 7 [5] (Select) 2.
  • Page 95: User Defined Folders

    My Media User defined folders You can also store your pictures and sounds in the user defined folders. d Main menu > My Media > Pictures or Sounds 1. [192] to scroll to the required file 7 [5] (Select) 2. [192] to scroll to Copy 7 [5] (Select) 3.
  • Page 96: Calendar

    You need to set the date before viewing the calendar (see “Time and date” on page 79). d Main menu > Calendar 1. Press the following keys to scroll to the required date, week, month or year Date: [F] or [H] Week: [192], [S] or [J] Month: [e] or [r] Year: [A] or [D]...
  • Page 97: Profiles

    Profiles menu structure Normal ...94 Quiet ...94 Meeting...94 Outdoor ...94 Headset ...94 Profiles Activating a profile You can switch among different profiles in your phone, each with a distinct combination of alert method, ringtone, etc. Profiles are set up for use in the following environments: Normal For everyday settings.
  • Page 98: Setting A Profile

    Setting a profile You can customise a profile by changing the alerts, ring volume, warning tone, and/or brightness. d Main menu > Profiles 1. [192] to scroll to the required profile 7 [5] (Options) 2. [192] to scroll to Edit 7 [5] (Select) 3.
  • Page 99: Accessories

    Accessories The following accessories are available for your Panasonic phone. Travel charger Carry this wherever you go, so you can always recharge your battery. (EB-CAA210 UK) (EB-CAA210 EU) Battery (EB-BSA210) Double your talk time by having a spare battery. Personal handsfree...
  • Page 100: Troubleshooting

    Should any problem persist, contact your dealer. Problem Phone will not switch on. Extremely short The network you are using battery life for a and the condition of the new battery. battery can affect battery life. Short battery life The battery has worn out. for an old battery.
  • Page 101 Troubleshooting Problem Battery fails to Abnormal charging. charge. display) The battery is defective or of the wrong type. The battery temperature exceeds the charging temperature range (too hot or too cold). Calls cannot be The phone is locked. made. Outgoing calls are barred. Fixed dial is switched on so that only the numbers stored in Fixed dial can be...
  • Page 102 Problem Emergency You are not in a GSM calls cannot be coverage area. made. Phone numbers The phone is locked. cannot be Phone number has been recalled from restricted. Contacts list. Cause Check that the antenna symbol ( p ) is displayed – move to a coverage area and operate your phone when the antenna symbol...
  • Page 103: Important Error Messages

    These are some of the most important error messages which may be displayed: Please insert SIM card New codes not same Entries do not match! Can’t access network Unable to select network No service PIN blocked! Please enter PUK. PIN2 blocked! Please enter PUK2.
  • Page 104: Important Error Messages

    Function The function you selected is not supported by your unsupported service provider. Contact your service provider. Not available Service not available Invalid password The password that you entered is not valid. Enter the correct password. Password invalid! Wrong PUK! You entered the wrong PUK.
  • Page 105: Glossary Of Terms

    Abbreviated Dialling Number. Used for frequently called numbers. Access Point Name. Directs the user to the gateway or the required service. CPHS Common PCN Handset Specification offers additional terminal and SIM functionality to the standard GSM specifications, such as a second subscriber line, Information numbers, mailbox numbers, etc.
  • Page 106: Glossary Of Terms

    PIN or PIN2 Unblocking Key. Used to unblock the PIN or PIN2 code. Supplied by your service provider. If the PUK PUK2 or PUK2 is entered incorrectly 10 times, the PUK or PUK2 will be blocked. Roaming The ability to use your phone on networks other than your home network.
  • Page 107: Specifications

    Bands Supported... GSM 900 Class 4 Standby Time... 75 - 230 hours Talk Time ... 2.5 - 9.5 hours Charging Time ... Up to 150 min. Temperature Range Charging... +5°C - +35°C Storage... -20°C - +60°C Weight ... 71 g (including battery) Dimensions Height...
  • Page 108: Licensing

    © Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. 2005 Information in this document is subject to change without notice. No part of these instructions may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means without obtaining express permission from Panasonic Mobile Communications Co., Ltd. Tegic ®...
  • Page 109 Embedded Software; (d) You may not transfer this Panasonic cellular phone other than to a transferee end-user who undertakes to observe the same obligations as those set out in this EULA;...
  • Page 110 LCD of this Panasonic cellular phone. You acknowledge and agree that such third party software is governed by the third party license terms, as applicable, and that such terms are solely between you and the applicable licensor.
  • Page 111: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of Conformity The declaration of conformity for product EB-A210 was not available at the time of printing this manual. It may be obtained from the Panasonic website at
  • Page 112: Index

    Accessories ... 96 Alarm ... 88 Stopping ... 89 Alert mute ... 24 Alerts ... 64 Any key answer ... 78 Applications ... 88 Archive ... 39 Auto answer ... 78 Auto key lock ... 79 Backlight time ... 65 Band select ...
  • Page 113 Index Games ... 81 Glossary of Terms ... 102 GPRS info ... 87 Greeting ... 65 Groups ... 57 GSM network ... 68 Hand held ... 26, 28 Hands free ... 26, 28 Hide network name ... 66 Hit Mouse ... 81 Illumination ...
  • Page 114: Index

    Index Shortcuts ... 92 Silent mode ... 25 SIM ... 18 Inserting/removing ... 18 SIM lock ... 78 SMS (Short Message Service) ... 36 SMS settings ... 37 Sounds ... 62, 91 Specifications ... 104 Speed Dial list ... 56 Split ...

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