Motorola FX-850P User Manual

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Dual band Fixed Wireless Phone


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  • Page 1: User Manual

    User Manual FX-850P/FX-900P Dual band Fixed Wireless Phone...
  • Page 2 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- USER’S GUIDE This page is intentionally left blank...
  • Page 3 Congratulations on the purchase of your Motorola FX-850P/FX-900P product! Please retain your original dated sales receipt for your records. For warranty service of your Motorola FX-850P/FX-900P product, you will need to provide a copy of your dated sales receipt to confirm warranty status.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    1.2. Plugging the AC/DC adaptor ..............8 1.3. SIM Card and battery ................8 2. FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS ................... 10 3. ABOUT THE PHONE ..................11 3.1. The FX-850P/FX-900P Phone ..............11 3.2. Key functions .................... 11 3.2.1. Menu / Selection / Name key ........11 3.2.2.
  • Page 5 4.5. Adjusting the Volume ................16 4.5.1. Adjusting the ringer volume .............. 16 4.5.2. Adjusting earpiece volume ..............16 4.6. Redialing the last-dialed number ............. 16 4.7. Caller ID ...................... 17 4.8. SMS and Voice mail................... 17 5. USING PHONE MENUS ..................18 5.1.
  • Page 6 8.2. Inbox ......................29 8.3. Outbox ......................29 8.4.Drafts ......................30 8.5. Using Voicemail (Network Service) ............30 8.6. Broadcast Message .................. 30 8.7. Message Setting ..................31 8.8. Templates ....................31 8.9. Memory Status ................... 32 9. CALL RECORD ....................33 9.1.
  • Page 7 10.6. Security Setup ..................40 10.6.1. Phone Lock ..................40 10.6.2. Change Password ................40 10.7. Factory Default ..................40 11. TONE ....................... 42 11.1. Tone setup ....................42 11.2. Volume ...................... 42 11.3. Ring Type ....................42 12. DISPLAY ......................43 12.1.
  • Page 8: Preparing Your Phone For Use

    1. PREPARING YOUR PHONE FOR USE Before using your phone, the phone must be setup according to the following instructions. 1.1. Installing the coiled cord  Connect the coiled cord to both the handset and the base.
  • Page 9: Plugging The Ac/Dc Adaptor

    1.2. Plugging the AC/DC adaptor  Connect the adaptor to the AC Wall outlet. 1.3. SIM Card and battery  Remove the battery door.  Remove battery which is already placed.  Insert SIM card into the SIM slot in the right direction ...
  • Page 10 Note: The battery pack is a backup for emergencies in case of a power failure. Do not operate the phone without having the AC/DC adaptor connected. Be sure to carefully match the positive and negative terminals as shown on the battery.
  • Page 11: Feature Highlights

    2. FEATURE HIGHLIGHTS  Dial tone generation  Desktop Form factor  Auto Dialing  Voice mail  Short Message Service  Emergency call  Call logs  Call restriction  Caller ID  Alarm clock  Calculator  Large graphic display ...
  • Page 12: About The Phone

    3. ABOUT THE PHONE This phone can operate in different bands (depending on the service provider). It supports dual band (FX-850P 850MHz/1900MHz FX-900P 900MHz/1800MHz). 3.1. The FX-850P/FX-900P Phone Right soft key Navigation key Left soft key Handset speaker Call key...
  • Page 13: Send Key

    3.2.2. Send key  Press to make a call to a name / number shown on the screen.  Press to answer a call.  Press and hold for 2 seconds to access the list of recently dialed numbers. 3.2.3. End key ...
  • Page 14: Speaker Button

    3.2.8. Speaker button  Turn the speaker ON and OFF in conversation mode. 3.3. Display indicators and icons The display indicators and icons provide information about the operation of the phone. 3.3.1. Start screen The start screen is displayed when the phone is turned ON. Several features can be used only when the phone is at the start screen.
  • Page 15 Cannot make or receive calls Network forwarding  Phone lock indicator. : Phone lock  Message indicator Text message Voice message  Alarm indicator: shows when the alarm is activated  Mute indicator: shows when the ring-tone is silent  Battery level indicator: Vertical bars show the battery charge level.
  • Page 16: Basic Operations

    4. BASIC OPERATIONS 4.1. Switching the phone ON and OFF To turn on your phone, press and hold “End key” for a few seconds or until the display turns on. If prompted, enter your 4-digit PIN code. Caution: If you enter an incorrect PIN code 3 times in a row, your SIM card is disabled and your display shows SIM Blocked.
  • Page 17: Adjusting The Volume

    Note:The call is automatically made without pressing , approximately 3 seconds after you dial the number. To answer a call:  When the phone rings, press to turn ON the speaker phone mode. 4.5. Adjusting the Volume (Highest) (Mute) 4.5.1. Adjusting the ringer volume You can adjust the ring tone volume by pressing the scroll keys on the phone.
  • Page 18: Caller Id

    Press once. Note: If no recently dialed numbers are stored, you will not be able to use this function. 4.7. Caller ID This function requires a subscription to a calling plan that supports this feature. Not available in all areas. Contact you telephone service provider for availability and details.
  • Page 19: Using Phone Menus

    5. USING PHONE MENUS 5.1. Navigate menus A menu is a list of choices you can make. Your phone menu has 7 sub-menus. Each submenu contains options that allow you to use the phone book, change the ring tone, etc. You can use menus and sub-menus in two ways: by scrolling or by using shortcuts.
  • Page 20: Menu Tree

    5.2. Menu Tree Your phone’s menu may differ from the following list, depending on the network services to which you have subscribed and the accessories you are using. If you have any questions, please call your service provider. 1. Phonebook 1.
  • Page 21 6. Broadcast Message 1. Receive Mode 2. Languages 7. Message Settings 1. Service Center Number 2. Expire Period 3. Message Type 4. Status Report 5. Alert Period 8. Template 9. Memory Status 3. Call Records 1. Incoming Calls 2. Outgoing Calls 3.
  • Page 22 5. Tone 1. Tone Setup 1. Incoming Call 2. Message Tone 2. Volume 1. Call 2. Ring Tone 3. Keypad Tone 3. Ring Type 1. Repeat 2. Ascending 6. Display 1. Idle Display 1. Clock and Date 2. Idle Text 2.
  • Page 23: Entering Letters And Numbers

    6. ENTERING LETTERS AND NUMBERS You can enter letters, as well as numbers, when storing information in your phone by using your phone’s keypad. To enter letters, press the key associated with the letter you wish to enter until it appears on the screen (numbers will also appear). 6.1.
  • Page 24: Changing The Case Of Letters And Numbers

     Press Delete to correct any mistakes.  Press the left soft key OK to save changes or the right soft key to cancel. 6.1.2. Changing the case of letters and numbers You can switch the mode among uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers by pressing # key.
  • Page 25: Using The Phonebook

    7. USING THE PHONEBOOK 7.1. Using the Phone Book New entries can be stored in the SIM card or in your handset. You can store up to 100 entries in the phone and an additional 100 in the SIM depending on the SIM limitations.
  • Page 26: Browse (By Name)

     Copy: Copy from SIM(Phone) to Phone(SIM)  Delete All Entries: Delete all Phone or SIM entries  Group: Organizing group of phone book  My number: Inputting your own number 7.3. Browse (by name) From the phone book menu, select Browse and press right OK or just press 1. Enter the first letters of the name you need and the cursor goes to the name you wanted directly after two seconds.
  • Page 27: Memory Status

    Press left Option and select Accept to complete input. Select ‘Number’, Press left Option and choose Edit. Add Number Press left Option and select Accept to complete input. 7.5. Memory Status To press ‘Storage Status’ and you can see the SIM card Total / SIM card used and NVM Total capacity.
  • Page 28: Delete All Entries

    2) Scroll to Copy and press OK 3) Press From SIM card to phone or From Phone to SIM Card depending on where you want to copy all Phone Book entries. 4) Press OK then the copy process is done promptly 7.8.
  • Page 29: Sending And Receiving Text Messages

    8. SENDING AND RECEIVING TEXT MESSAGES This function requires a subscription to a calling plan that supports this feature. Not available in all areas. Contact you telephone service provider for availability and details. You can send or receive text messages with your phone. Text messages that you receive may contain ring tones that you can store in your phone.
  • Page 30: Write Message

    8. Template 9. Memory Status 8.1. Write Message You can send a text message to one recipient. You can manually enter each recipient’s phone number, or you can select the numbers from the Phone Book. Note: The maximum length of a text message differs, depending on the capabilities of the network from which it originated.
  • Page 31: Drafts

     Forward: You can send the chosen message.  Edit: You can edit the chosen message.  Delete: You can delete the chosen one.  Delete All: You can empty the Out box 8.4. Drafts You can see draft messages which you already saved. After choosing one of them, you can have four choices ...
  • Page 32: Message Setting

    8.7. Message Setting There are 5 submenus you can choose: Service Center Number: The SMS Center Number is required in order to send messages. Ask your service provider for this number. Expire Period: Set the period of time the message is stored in the service center.
  • Page 33: Memory Status

     Edit: You can modify pre-saved texts  Forward: You can send selected text to others 8.9. Memory Status Check memory status in the SIM and in the Phone. The total capacity of SIM is 20; total capacity of phone is 100. Also you can see used area of SIM and phone.
  • Page 34: Call Record

    9. CALL RECORD The Call History function keeps track of:  Incoming Calls  Outgoing Calls  Missed Calls  Call Duration Note: Your phone can store up to 30 call numbers including missed, received and dialed calls. When you miss a call(s), the missed calls icon appears on your phone’s screen. You can press read to view the missed calls list or press back to ignore the message and go back to standby.
  • Page 35: Deleting Call Log

    9.2. Deleting Call Log You can choose to delete Missed Calls, Dialed Calls or Received Calls and Delete All when you have any call log. Press Menu > Call Records Choose one of them // Incoming call // Outgoing call // Missed call and Press OK You can press left Option...
  • Page 36: Settings

    10. SETTINGS Setting menu includes:  Phone Settings  Call Setup  Network Setup  Security Setup  Factory Default 10.1. Phone Settings 10.1.1. Clock setting This menu guides you to set Time/Date.  Set Time/Date Set the correct time and date to ensure the Alarm is working correctly.
  • Page 37: Date Display Format

    10.1.2. Date Display format: There are four types of expressions of dates  DD/MM/YY(day/month/last two digits of this year)  MM/DD/YY  DD/MM/YYYY(day/month/full digits of this year)  MM/DD/YYYY 10.1.3. Date Separator There are four types of separators of date digits ...
  • Page 38: Call Setup

    except End key 10.4. Call setup The following features may require a subscription to a calling plan that supports them. Not available in all areas. Contact you telephone service provider for availability and details 10.4.1. Call Divert Call divert is a network or subscription dependent service. It allows you to forward a call to another number, based on various conditions.
  • Page 39: Call Waiting (Network Service)

    2) Press Call Setup and press OK 3) Press Call Barring and press OK 4) Select one of the options below, and then press OK  All Outgoing Calls: Bar all outgoing calls.  All Int’l Calls: Bar all outgoing international calls. ...
  • Page 40: Auto Redial

    10.4.4. Auto Redial Setting the Auto Redial to ON enables the phone to keep dialing if the called party is not available. 1) Press Menu > Settings 2) Press Call Setup and press OK 3) Press Auto Redial and press OK 4) Toggle ON or OFF, and then press OK 10.4.5.
  • Page 41: Security Setup

    up and down key to browse the network list, and press OK to set the highlighted network.  Automatic Mode: The phone starts searching available networks. And it automatically register to the first network available. 10.6. Security Setup There are two options available: ...
  • Page 42 phone code is “0000”. 1) Press Menu > Settings 2) Press Call Setup and press OK 3) Enter the 4-digit password and press OK...
  • Page 43: Tone

    11. TONE 11.1. Tone setup Set tones for Incoming Call and Message Tone. Note: For each tone setup, you can choose one of 10 singing ring tones and 4 MIDI tones. 1) Press Menu > Tone and press OK 2) Press Tone Setup and press OK 3) Press Incoming Call//Message Tone and press OK 4) Select the desired call or message tone and press OK 11.2.
  • Page 44: Display

    12. DISPLAY 12.1. Idle Display This function allow you to control what will be displayed in the standby menu 12.1.1. Clock and Date 1) Press Menu > Display and press OK 2) Select Idle Display and press OK 3) Select Clock and Date and press OK 4) Select Enable// Disable and press OK When you choose Enable, you can see the date and clock on your idle display...
  • Page 45: Lcd Backlight

    Select Contrast and press OK There are 21 levels for LCD contrast. Press then the contrast goes up. Press then the contrast is down 12.3. LCD Backlight Set specific LCD and keypad backlight time. 1) Press Menu > Display and press OK 2) Select LCD Backlight and press OK 3) Toggle Always off, 5 sec, 15 sec, 30 sec or 45 sec and press OK...
  • Page 46: Accessories

    13. ACCESSORIES Accessories includes:  Alarm  Calculator  Calendar 13.1. Alarm When alarm is set, the icon appears on the standby screen. Press Menu > Accessories and press OK Select Alarm and press OK Select Alarm 1, 2 or 3 and Press OK Select Option >...
  • Page 47: Calculator

    10) Press and press Option to choose Alarm ring. You can select three different rings 13.2. Calculator You can calculate 9 digits. Key description: +, -, /, x : Use up and down arrow keys to select. Back: Press once to clear one digit. 1) Press Menu >...
  • Page 48: Calendar

     Press left to display the result of calculation. And you can continue the next calculation from step3. 13.3. Calendar You can change the month by navigation key Press Menu > Accessories and press OK Select Calendar and press OK...
  • Page 49: Technical Information

    Base: 555g (1.22 lbs) Handset: 47 x 199 x 38mm(7.8” x 1.85” x 1.49”) Base: 207.7 x 192 x 45mm(8.17” x 7.55” x 1.77”) Size (Antenna adds 20mm(0.78”) to the width) FX-850P 850MHz/1900MHz Wireless Network FX-900P 900MHz/1800MHz FX-850P 824 ~849MHz...
  • Page 51: Safety Information

    (RF) signals. When you communicate with your phone, the system handling your call controls the power level at which your phone transmits. Your Motorola phone is designed to comply with local regulatory requirements in your country concerning exposure of human beings to RF energy.
  • Page 52 8 inches (20 centimeters) from your body when transmitting. Approved Accessories. Use of accessories not approved by Motorola, including but not limited to batteries and antennas, may cause your phone to exceed RF energy exposure guidelines.
  • Page 53 Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.  Batteries.
  • Page 54  Don’t apply extreme shock to the battery. It’s dangerous to disassemble a battery or to apply extreme shock to the battery via nail or heavy metal objects.  Keep the charger or batteries out of reach of small children or babies. Please instruct children the proper ways of handling phone during usage.
  • Page 55: Warranty

    (“Products”), to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal consumer usage for the period(s) outlined below. This limited warranty is a consumer’s exclusive remedy, and applies as follows to new Motorola branded Products manufactured by BRIGHTSTAR, and purchased by consumers around the...
  • Page 56 Product to abnormal usage or conditions; or (d) other acts which are not the fault of BRIGHTSTAR, are excluded from coverage. Use of Non-Motorola branded Products and Accessories. Defects or damage that results from the use of non-Motorola branded or certified Products, Accessories, Software or other peripheral equipment are excluded from coverage.
  • Page 59: Regulatory

    Brightstar Corp. hereby declares this unit to be in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EEC. The FCC certification is applicable only for FX-850P The FX-900P version carries the CE-Mark in accordance with the related European Directives and has and EMC certification according to the standard ETSI EN 301 489- 1 y ETSI EN 301 489-7.
  • Page 60: Fcc Notice To Users

    18. FCC Notice to Users We have not approved any changes or modifications to this device by the user. Any changes or modifications could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. See 47 CFR Sec. 15.19(3). This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: This device may not cause harmful interference, and this device must accept any interference received, including interference...
  • Page 61 • Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver. • Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
  • Page 62: Troubleshooting

    19. TROUBLESHOOTING Before contacting the after-sales service, perform simple checks. They may save you the time and expense of an unnecessary service call. When you switch your phone on, the following messages appear Insert SIM Card Check that the SIM card is correctly installed. (Try opposite direction). Phone Locked The automatic locking function has been enabled.
  • Page 63 Your correspondent cannot reach you Is your phone switched on ( pressed for more than one second)? Are you accessing the right cellular network? You may have set an incoming call barring option. Your correspondent cannot hear you speaking Have you switched off the microphone (appears)? Are you holding the phone close enough to your mouth? The microphone is located in the bottom center of the phone.
  • Page 64 before you start using your phone. Keep the new password secret and in a safe place, separate from the phone. The PIN (Personal Identification Number) protects your SIM card against unauthorized use. The PIN is usually supplied with the SIM card. When the PIN Check feature is enabled;...
  • Page 65 Motorola, the Stylized M Logo, and other Motorola trademarks and trade dress are owned by Motorola, Inc. and are used under license from Motorola, Inc. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. All other products or service names are the property of their respective owners.

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