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Panasonic EB-A100 Operating Instructions Manual

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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Records Menu... 80 Last dialled/Answered/ Unanswered number ... 80 Delete all ... 81 Accessories ... 82 How to Identify a Genuine Panasonic Accessory ... 82 Troubleshooting ... 83 Important Error Messages . 85 Glossary of Terms ... 86 Index ... 87 A100EN1WW3c...

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    Contents...

  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Getting Started Fitting and removing the battery Before removing the battery, ensure that the phone is switched off and the charger is disconnected from the phone. Fitting the battery — A100 Remove the battery compartment cover. Insert the battery ensuring the 3 gold contacts align with the 3 gold pins in the phone.

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    Fitting the battery — A101 Remove the battery compartment cover. Insert the battery ensuring the 3 gold contacts align with the 3 gold pins in the phone. When replacing the cover, ensure to slide upward to the top of the phone. Removing the battery —...

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    Fitting the battery — A102 Remove the battery compartment cover. Insert the battery ensuring the 3 gold contacts align with the 3 gold pins in the phone. When replacing the cover, ensure to slide upward to the top of the phone. Removing the battery —...

  • Page 7: Fitting And Removing The Sim

    Fitting and removing the SIM The SIM is located under the battery. Fitting the SIM — A100 Ensure the gold contacts are facing downwards before sliding the SIM into the SIM holder. Fitting the SIM — A101 Ensure the gold contacts are facing downwards before sliding the SIM into the SIM holder.

  • Page 8: Charging The Battery

    Fitting the SIM — A102 Ensure the gold contacts are facing downwards before sliding the SIM into the SIM holder. Charging the battery Connecting and disconnecting the Travel Charger The battery must be fitted in the phone before the charger is connected. Insert the Charging Connector into the socket at the base of the phone before connecting the charger to the mains outlet.

  • Page 9: Battery Level Indicator

    Battery level indicator Phone on Phone off Low battery power warning When the battery power is low, a “Battery is Low” message will be displayed. If this occurs during conversation, finish your call immediately. The power will automatically switch off after the warning tone. Fully recharge the battery. See “Charging the battery”...

  • Page 10: Your Phone - A100

    Your phone — A100 Display Left Soft Key Perform functions indicated in the left display corner Send Key Answer/make a call Earpiece Charging Connector Personal Hands Free Connector Navigation Key Scroll/move through menus Right Soft Key Cancel/exit Perform functions indicated in the right display corner Power/End Key Press and hold to switch...

  • Page 11: Your Phone - A101

    Your phone — A101 Display Left Soft Key Perform functions indicated in the left display corner Send Key Answer/make a call Getting Started Earpiece Charging Connector Personal Hands Free Connector Navigation Key Scroll/move through menus Right Soft Key Cancel/exit Perform functions indicated in the right display corner Power/End Key...

  • Page 12: Your Phone - A102

    Your phone — A102 Display Left Soft Key Perform functions indicated in the left display corner Send Key Answer/make a call Earpiece Charging Connector Personal Hands Free Connector Navigation Key Scroll/move through menus Right Soft Key Cancel/exit Perform functions indicated in the right display corner Power/End Key Press and hold to switch...

  • Page 13: Key Functions

    Key functions A100 Key A101 Key " " Getting Started A102 Key Navigation Key: Scroll or move through menus, text and phone numbers. In idle mode, press to display the “Contacts” menu. Left Soft Key: Perform the functions displayed in the lower left corner. In idle mode, press to activate the “Menu”...

  • Page 14: During A Call

    A100 Key A101 Key During a call Minimal menu options are available during a call by pressing the following key options. A100 Key A101 Key !" !" A102 Key Power/End Key: End/reject a call. During key operation, press to return to the previous display.

  • Page 15: Displays

    Display Idle display The clock appears on the display one minute after you press the last key. The clock position changes every minute. NOTE: All screen images in this manual are simulated. NOTE: Some services described in this manual are network dependent or may only be available on a subscription basis.

  • Page 16: Status Icons

    Status icons The status icons are displayed or animated according to the currently activated functions. The Antenna, Signal and Battery icons are displayed when the handset is switched on and connected to a network. If there is no connection with the network, the Signal icon will not be displayed.

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    Symbols in the Manual A100 A101 Symbols Symbols " " Symbols used throughout the manual are based on the A100. Getting Started A102 Symbols Press the Navigation Key in the direction indicated by the arrow Press Left Soft Key Press Right Soft Key Press numeric Keys Press Send Key Press Power/End Key...

  • Page 18: Basic Operations

    Basic Operations Switching the phone on/off 1. Press and hold 2. The phone starts in idle mode 3. Press and hold Making a call Ensure that the signal strength meter shows network coverage is available in the current area. To make a call, start in idle mode. Standard dialling 1.

  • Page 19: Ending A Call

    International dialling The international access code (+) and the destination country/region code should be entered, followed by the area code and phone number. 1. Press and hold 2. Enter the area code and phone number NOTE: Many countries/regions include an initial “0” in the area code.

  • Page 20: Answering A Call

    Answering a call If “Any key answer” is on, From idle mode press any key except (See “Any key answer” on page 36.) Volume: From My Phone Quick touch silent mode: To quickly set the ringtone off ( on ( To resume, press and hold One click mute on incoming call: To set the ring tone off,...

  • Page 21: In-call Operations

    In-call operations During a call, the following options are available by pressing Hands free/Hand held You can switch the phone between hands free and hand held. During a call: Contacts You can access your Contacts list that is stored in SIM in your phone.

  • Page 22: Making A Second Call

    Hold You can put a call on hold. During a call: (Hold) To resume: (Back) NOTE: This function is network dependent. Making a second call During a call: 1. Enter the second phone number or select a phone number from the Contacts list (see “Contacts” on page 18).

  • Page 23: Incoming Call While On A Call

    Incoming call while on a call NOTE: Call waiting must be on – see “Call waiting” on page 64 This function is network dependent. During a call, you may receive another call. 1. To answer another call, 2. During a conversation with a second caller, Conference You can make a conference call with up to 5 parties During a call:...

  • Page 24: Dtmf

    Swap When you are connected to two calls, you can switch to the other calls. During a call: DTMF DTMF can be sent during a conversation. These are often used to access voice mail, paging and computerised home banking. For example, you may need to enter a number to remotely access voice mail messages.

  • Page 25: Downloads

    Downloads Ringtones 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: NOTE: This function is country and operator dependent. Wallpapers Wallpapers can be downloaded to your phone via the SMS service.

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    To save the downloaded wallpaper into an empty slot, select “Wallpaper 1” or “Wallpaper 2” in step 3. Downloaded wallpapers can also overwrite pre-defined wallpapers. To reject downloaded wallpapers, select step 2. NOTE: This function is country and operator dependent. (Reject) in Basic Operations...

  • Page 27: Text Entry

    Text entry You can use alphanumeric characters to enter details into the Contacts list, to create text, etc. ® (T9Abc, T9abc, T9ABC) (Input language: English) Space 0. , ? ! + - = : ¿ ¡ ” ’ ; _ 1 / ( ) <...

  • Page 28: T9 Text Input

    Shift mode change In text entry mode, you can change mode by pressing and holding C. Multi tap Abc -> abc -> ABC -> 123 Text Input mode change In text entry mode, to switch T9 Auto capital change Auto capital affects Abc and T9 When Input mode is changed to Abc or T9 character is input as upper case and subsequent letters as lower case.

  • Page 29: Other Text Modes

    Example of Text Input in T9 To type a new message, follow these steps: 1. At the beginning of a new message press and hold 2. Press 3. Press Note that the displayed words change as you type. Always type to the end of the word before editing. Input”...

  • Page 30: Menu Display

    Menu Display NOTE: Menu display contents are dependent on your SIM. The menu system provides the means for accessing the functions which do not have their own dedicated buttons on the keypad. From idle mode (Menu) The main menu display has 9 menu options (See “Menu Structure”...

  • Page 31: Menu Structure

    Menu Structure The 9 main menus are as follows: My Phone Sounds Display Language Alerts Profiles Auto answer Any key answer Defaults Calendar Phone Menu (or STK) Call Service Call Diverts Security Network *STK(SIM Tool Kit) is SIM dependent. Menu Structure Games Hit Mouse Memory...

  • Page 32: My Phone Menu

    My Phone Menu My Phone Sounds Display Language Alerts Profiles Auto answer Any key answer Defaults Ringtones ... 30 Volume... 30 Key tone... 30 Warning tone... 31 Wallpaper... 31 Greeting ... 31 Animation ... 32 Contrast ... 32 Backlight... 32 T9 Input...

  • Page 33: Sounds

    Sounds Ringtones You can change the ringtones for specific events such as incoming calls, messages, or alarms. To customise the ringtone, select the event first, then modify the ringtone. From My Phone 1. 4 Sounds 2. 4 Ringtones 3. 4 Any call, Group calls, Alarm or Messages 4.

  • Page 34: Display

    Warning tone The warning tone informs you of low battery. From My Phone 1. 4 Sounds 2. 4 Warning tone Display Wallpaper You can change the wallpaper on the idle display. Idle mode can also change to the clock. From My Phone 1.

  • Page 35: Animation

    Animation You can change the animation on the display when the phone is powered up. From My Phone 1. 4 Display 2. 4 Animation 3. 4 required animation Contrast You can adjust the contrast of the display. From My Phone 1.

  • Page 36: Language

    Language T9 Input When you create text, this function dramatically reduces the number of key presses. From My Phone 1. 4 Language 2. 4 T9 Input 3. 4 required input type Display languages It is possible to change the display language on your phone. From My Phone 1.

  • Page 37: Profiles

    Profiles Activating a profile You can switch between four profiles in your phone, each with a distinct combination of alert method, ringtone, etc. Profiles are set up for use in different environments. From My Phone 1. 4 Profiles 2. 4 required profile 3.

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    Key tone: From My Phone 1. 4 Profiles (Select) 2. 4 required profile 3. 4 Change settings 4. 4 Key tone (On/Off) Warning tone: From My Phone 1. 4 Profiles (Select) 2. 4 required profile 3. 4 Change settings 4. 4 Warning tone Vibrator: From My Phone 1.

  • Page 39: Auto Answer

    Auto answer Auto answer can be set. To use this function, the personal hands free earpiece needs to be connected to the phone. From My Phone 4 Auto answer Any key answer Calls can be answered by pressing any key (except From My Phone 4 Any key answer Defaults...

  • Page 40: Games Menu

    Games Menu Games Hit Mouse Memory Selecting games From Games menu Hit Mouse or Memory NOTE: Once the power is switched off, High scores or Best scores may be lost. Hit Mouse When you see the mouse, press any button from1 to 9 as quickly as possible to hit it.

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    To change settings: To start the game on a level of your choice: To see the top score: To see the instructions: Games Menu (Menu) Change settings required setting (Menu) Level (Select) required level (Select) (Menu) Top score (Select) (Menu) Instructions (Select) (Select)

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    Memory Match cards to find pairs with as few tries as you can, and make all cards visible. You can press keys 2, 4, 6, and 8 to move the cursor as you wish, and key 5 to select cards. When all cards are visible, you can get a score or maybe top score.

  • Page 43: Contacts Menu

    Contacts Menu Contacts Browse Create Groups Memory status My Numbers Hotkey dial My Contacts Contacts Menu Friends... 45 Colleagues... 45 Family ... 45 Others ... 45 VIP ... 45 ...46 ...46 ...47 SIM...47 Phone ...47 SIM ...41 Phone...41 SIM ... 41 Phone ...

  • Page 44: Browse

    Browse Viewing the Contacts list in your SIM/Phone You can search for an entry in the Contacts list. From Contacts 1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone 2. 4 required contact entry 3. 4 View Create Creating a Contacts list in SIM Phone numbers can be stored in your SIM.

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    Creating a Contacts list in Phone You can store name, phone numbers, groups and melodies in your phone. From Contacts 1. 4 Create 2. 4 Phone 3. Enter the name 5 4. Enter the phone number 5 7. When entries are completed, 8.

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    Options Edit: You can edit the selected Contacts entry. From Contacts 1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone 2. 4 required phone number or name 3. 4 Edit (Select) (Save) Delete: You can delete the selected Contacts entry. From Contacts 1.

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    Copy to Phone/SIM: You can copy the selected Contacts entry to the phone or your SIM. From Contacts 1. 4 Browse > SIM or Phone 2. 4 required phone number or name 3. 4 Copy to Phone/SIM 4. “Copy entry to Phone/SIM ?” Copy all to Phone/SIM: You can copy all the Contacts entries to the phone or SIM.

  • Page 48: Groups

    Groups You can categorise the items stored in your phone into 5 groups: Friends, Colleagues, Family, Others and VIP. You can select a particular ringtone for each group to identify the incoming call. From Contacts 1. 4 Groups 2. 4 required Group The following options are available : View Set ringtone...

  • Page 49: Memory Status

    Memory status Memory status shows how many locations are available in the Contacts list. Maximum memory capacity: From Contacts 4 Memory status My Numbers My Numbers is a handy phonebook where names and phone numbers can be stored and viewed. From Contacts 1.

  • Page 50: Hotkey Dial

    Hotkey dial Setting Hotkey dial You can quickly dial phone numbers stored at locations 001 - 009 in the Contacts list. From Contacts 4 Hotkey dial NOTE: This function is SIM dependent. Making a call by using Hotkey dial From idle mode 1.

  • Page 51: Calendar Menu

    Calendar Menu Calendar New event You can organise your Calendar to remind you of a personal event, such as a holiday period or birthday. You need to set the clock, day and time before entering anything in the Calendar. From Calendar 1.

  • Page 52: View Event

    View event From Calendar 1. @ to select Week or Month format 2. When Month format is selected: 3. 4 required schedule 4. 4 View 5. To return to the previous display, Select a day by using the numeric keys (1, 5, 2, 4, 6 and 8) (Agenda) When Week format is selected:...

  • Page 53: Key Guard Menu

    Key Guard Menu Key Guard The Key Guard function is used to prevent any keys from being accidentally pressed, e.g. when the phone is being carried. From Key Guard When Key Guard is enabled, L appears on the display. Emergency calls are still possible. When a call is received, Key Guard will be disabled temporarily, and you can answer the call NOTE: When making emergency calls with the “Key Guard”...

  • Page 54: Messages Menu

    Messages Menu Messages Create Inbox Outbox Archive User Messages Memory status Settings Cell Broadcast ... 52 ...55 ...56 ... 58 ... 58 Inbox ...57 Outbox ... 57 Message centre... 59 Protocol ... 59 Validity period ... 60 Delivery report ... 60 Topic list ...

  • Page 55: Create

    Create Message centre It is possible to receive, display, edit and/or send text messages of up to 1520 characters in 10 messages (depending on the language), to the network that has a roaming agreement (depending on the recipient’s phone options). Before sending a message, you need to enter the Message centre number into Settings.

  • Page 56: Creating A Message

    Creating a message From Messages Create (Select) 2. Create your text message – max. 1520 characters (see “Text entry” on page 24) Send (Select) 4. Enter the destination phone number Recall a number from Contacts required name When you create a text, these options are available by pressing (Menu): Send...

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    EMS (Enhanced Message Service) You can add a picture and sound to an SMS. Picture: From Messages 2. Create your text message Sound From Messages 2. Create your text message Messages Menu Create (Select) Picture & sound required picture Create (Select) Picture &...

  • Page 58: Inbox

    Inbox Viewing a received message When a Short Text Message is received, the message indicator will flash on the display and a user preset audible alert will sound. If you are on a call you will be alerted by the vibrator.

  • Page 59: Outbox

    Outbox Viewing a sent message A list of sent messages is stored in your SIM. You can select a message from the list and view it. From Messages While you are reading a message, the following options are available by pressing Delete Edit Send...

  • Page 60: Archive

    Archive Viewing a stored message To view the list of messages which are stored in Archive. From Messages When reading a message, the following options are available by pressing Send (Outbox) Edit Delete Forward (Inbox) Delete all Inbox: When a message saved in the Inbox is moved into Archive, the message will be saved in the Archive Inbox.

  • Page 61: User Messages

    User Messages You can edit the preset User Messages, then save them for later use From Messages 3. Edit the message NOTE: If the text is wider than the screen display, the text will scroll. Memory status Memory status shows how many locations are left to store messages in the Inbox.

  • Page 62: Settings

    Settings Message centre Before sending any messages, you need to enter your Message centre number. This number is provided by your service provider. From Messages 3. Enter your Message centre number Protocol The Message centre is able to convert your message to the format specified by the selected protocol.

  • Page 63: Validity Period

    Validity period You can set the duration that your message is stored at the Message centre. From Messages Delivery report You can request a delivery report regarding the status of a sent message. From Messages Messages Menu Settings (Select) Validity period Select required setting from Maximum, 1 Hour, 12 Hours, 1 Day, or 1 Week Settings...

  • Page 64: Cell Broadcast

    Cell Broadcast Topic list You can receive your favourite information regularly from your service provider. You need to specify the “topic(s)” of information and the language in which you wish to receive this information. To receive the broadcasts, “Cell Broadcast” must be on. From Messages User defined topic From Messages...

  • Page 65: Languages

    Language You can set the language of the message you receive. From Messages Auto display In idle mode, the latest Info Message is displayed on your phone automatically. From Messages Messages Menu Cell Broadcast Language (Select) required language above which you wish to insert a new language (Select) Insert...

  • Page 66: Phone Menu

    Phone Menu Phone Menu (or STK)* Call Service Call Diverts Security Network *STK (SIM Tool Kit) is SIM dependent. NOTE: If SIM card provides SIM Tool Kit services (STK), this menu will become the STK Menu. You can still access Phone Menu from Application. Time/Charges ...64 Call waiting ...64 Withhold ID ...65...

  • Page 67: Call Service

    Call Service Viewing time/charges From Phone Menu Last call All voice calls Cost left Call waiting If Call waiting is switched on, a second call can be received. Turn this function on before making a multiparty (conference) call. From Phone Menu Phone Menu Call Service >...

  • Page 68: Withhold Id

    Withhold ID Withhold ID allows you to prevent showing your name and/or number to the calling party. From Phone Menu Call Service Withhold ID NOTE: When checking the status, the phone must be registered to a network. Caller’s ID Caller’s ID allows you to display the Caller’s name and/or number on your display.

  • Page 69: Charge Settings

    Charge settings NOTE: The duration of one unit may vary between peak and off- peak times. Call charges can be calculated accordingly. However, the actual tariffs charged by your service provider may not be reflected in the calculation. Currency: Firstly, Personal rate must be entered. This is the cost that the service provider charges for one unit of call time.

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    Maximum cost: You can set the maximum cost of calls allowed. From Phone Menu Call Service > Charge settings Max cost (Set) Current setting is displayed. (Edit) > Enter PIN2 code (Set) > Enter Credit limit > NOTE: This function is SIM dependent Auto display: In idle mode, the cost of the latest Incoming call is displayed on your phone automatically.

  • Page 71: Call Diverts

    Call Diverts From Phone Menu 4. Enter the phone number to divert to All voice calls Not reachable No reply Busy Status check Cancel all Phone Menu Call Diverts (Select) Select the circumstances to initiate the divert (Select) Set, Clear, or Check status Enter the voice mail centre number if you wish incoming voice calls to be diverted to the voice mail centre.

  • Page 72: Security

    Security Call bar Call barring restricts certain outgoing and/or incoming calls using a password supplied by your service provider. When updating/checking the status of Call bar, the phone must be registered to a network. From Phone Menu 4. Enter required password All outgoing Outgo int’l.

  • Page 73: Codes

    Codes Change phonecode: The Phonecode is used for the SIM lock, which protects the phone from being used with a SIM other than yours. From Phone Menu 3. Enter a new phonecode 4. Enter the new phonecode to verify NOTE: Your phonecode must be 4 to 8 digits. You are advised to write down your phonecode.

  • Page 74: Fixed Dial

    Changing PIN/PIN2: From Phone Menu Security > Codes Change PIN or Change PIN2 3. Enter the current code 4. Enter the new code 5. Enter the new code to verify NOTE: To enter the PUK code for your PIN, enter prompted to enter the PUK code.

  • Page 75: Network

    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. From Phone Menu 3. Enter phonecode NOTE: Your phonecode must be 4 to 8 digits. You are advised to write down your phonecode.

  • Page 76: Application Menu

    Application Menu Application Clock Calculator Currency Melody composer (Phone Menu) Settings ... 74 Alarm ... 75 Power off time ... 76 ...76 ... 77 ... 78 ...79 Application Menu...

  • Page 77: Clock

    Clock Settings Time zone: From Application 3. “Daylight saving?” 4. “Set this zone to local” 5. “Success!” Time & date: From Application Date format: You can select the desired display format for the time and date. From Application Application Menu Clock >...

  • Page 78: Alarm

    Time format: From Application Clock > Settings > Time format required format Display time: You can show the time and date on the display in idle mode. From Application Clock > Settings Display time Alarm: From Application Clock > Alarm (Set) >...

  • Page 79: Calculator

    Power off time The phone can be set to turn itself off automatically at a specified time using the Power off feature. From Application 2. Enter the time (24 hour clock) 4. “Power off time setting updated!” Calculator You can use the 4 function calculator (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) to make simple arithmetic calculations.

  • Page 80: Currency

    Currency Rate setting The currency convertor 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. From Application 3.

  • Page 81: Melody Composer

    Melody composer Composing a melody From Application 5. Compose your melody - See the notes chart below Using the following table as a reference, enter notes (from the choice of low, middle and high), rests, and duration of each, to generate your composition. Main Track and Sub Tracks are played together when you play the composed music.

  • Page 82: Phone Menu

    Tempo Before you save the composed melody, you can change the tempo, and/or the instrument to play the melody. To arrange the tempo of the composed melody: Select instrument You can select the instrument to play the composed melody: Phone menu This menu is available under the Application Menu if your SIM card provides STK services.

  • Page 83: Records Menu

    Records Menu Records Last dialled Answered Unanswered Delete all Last dialled/Answered/Unanswered number Recently dialled phone numbers will be stored in Last dialled. (max. 50) If an incoming call with Caller’s ID is answered, the number will be stored in Answered (max. 50). If an incoming call with Caller’s ID is not answered, the number will be stored in Unanswered (max 20).

  • Page 84: Delete All

    Delete all From Records Delete all (Select) 2. “Delete all calls?” (No) or (Yes) Records Menu...

  • Page 85: Accessories

    How to Identify a Genuine Panasonic Accessory Panasonic produces some of the most advanced mobile phones available. So, as you’d expect from this class leader, the range of accessories are second to none.

  • Page 86: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Should any problem persist, contact your dealer. Problem Phone will not switch Extremely short The network you are using battery life for a new and the condition of the battery. battery can affect battery life. Short battery life for an The battery has worn out.

  • Page 87

    Problem Calls cannot be made. The phone is locked. Outgoing calls are barred. Disable outgoing call barring or barred The phone is not registered to a network. Calls cannot be made from Fixed Dial Store. Calls cannot be The phone is not switched received.

  • Page 88: Important Error Messages

    Important Error Messages These are some of the most important error messages which may be displayed: New codes not same Password invalid New PIN not accepted New PIN2 not accepted Incorrect entry! Entries do not match! Invalid password Service not supported Insufficient space! Continue? Not enough space!

  • Page 89: Glossary Of Terms

    Glossary of Terms DTMF Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones allow you to communicate with computerised phone systems, voice mailboxes, etc. Fixed Dial Number. Used to restrict outgoing calls to a certain set of numbers. Global System for Mobile communications. The name given to the advanced digital technology that your phone uses.

  • Page 90: Index

    Index Accessories ... 82 ... 82 Li-Ion Battery Personal handsfree ... 82 Rapid Charger Alarm ... 75 Alerts ... 33 Animation ... 32 Answer ... 36 ... 36 Any key answer ... 36 Auto answer Application Menu ... 73 Archive ... 57 Auto capital change ...

  • Page 91

    FDN ... 42 Fixed dial ... 71 Games Menu ... 37 Glossary of Terms ... 86 Greeting ... 31 Groups ... 45 Hit Mouse ... 37 Hotkey dial ... 47 Idle display ... 12 Important Error Messages ... 85 Inbox ... 55 In-call operations ...

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    Volume ... 30 Wallpaper ... 31 Warning tone ... 31 Withhold ID ... 65 Index...

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    Index...

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