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This guide describes the operation of the GSM telephone M420i.
Edition 1, 2004. © MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V. - French Branch, hereinafter referred to as
« Mitsubishi Electric »
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the instructions contained in this guide, Mitsubishi
Electric reserves the right to make improvements and changes to the product described in this guide and/or to
the guide itself, without prior notice.
Mitsubishi Electric is a Mitsubishi Group Company.

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  • Page 1 This guide describes the operation of the GSM telephone M420i. Edition 1, 2004. © MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC EUROPE B.V. - French Branch, hereinafter referred to as « Mitsubishi Electric » Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the instructions contained in this guide, Mitsubishi Electric reserves the right to make improvements and changes to the product described in this guide and/or to the guide itself, without prior notice.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 4 YOUR M420i How to use your M420i ________________________ 4 Key mapping ________________________________ 5 Navigation key and quick access to ______________ 5 Preliminary operations _________________________ 6 Page 7 Introduction SAR _______________________________________ 7 Declaration of conformity _______________________ 8...
  • Page 3 Setting a melody, a video or a speech note as a ringtone Editing a Phone book or a SIM name card _________ 40 Viewing and calling Phone book numbers _________ 40 Voice dialling _______________________________ 41 Free space in the Phone book __________________ 41 Creating a group of cards ______________________ 42 My card ____________________________________ 42 My number(s) display _________________________ 43...
  • Page 4: Your M420I

    YOUR M420i How to use your M420i Camera lens Mirror ( back of the mobile) (back of the mobile) Status light Earpiece High quality colour graphic display Navigation indication (works with OK key) Function indication Function indication for [Left] softkey...
  • Page 5: Key Mapping

    To launch or answer a call. On or Off (long press) Short press: to end a call/reject a call and return to the standby display. Navigation key and quick access to Alert mode setting New SMS Phonebook Fun & Media box Your M420i...
  • Page 6: Preliminary Operations

    Preliminary operations Inserting the SIM card Fitting the battery Fitting the battery cover Charging the battery When the battery is empty, 2 hours and 30 minutes are required to have your mobile fully charged. Your M420i...
  • Page 7: Introduction

    The highest SAR value for this M420i model when tested for compliance against the standard was 0,355 W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF exposure.
  • Page 8: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of conformity Mitsubishi Electric hereby declares that this M420i (VGM08B) is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. A copy of the full Declaration of Conformity may be found on our website: http://www.mitsubishi-telecom.com...
  • Page 9: Vehicle Safety

    The information contained on discs or cards may be affected by the phone. - Do not connect incompatible products. The use of third party equipment or accessories, not made or authorised by Mitsubishi Electric, invalidates the warranty of your phone and may be a safety risk.
  • Page 10: Battery Use

    Battery use Batteries may be charged hundreds of times but gradually wear out. When the operating time (stand-by and talk time) is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new battery. If the battery is totally empty the battery level symbol may not be displayed at once when con- necting the battery charger.
  • Page 11: Disposing Of Waste Packaging

    Call barring password (4 digits) This password is used to bar various types of calls, made or received, from the phone (see “Call barring password”, page 89). Phone lock code (4 digits) This code is set to 0000 on delivery. You can change it. Once changed it cannot be identified by the manufacturer over the phone.
  • Page 12: Using This Guide

    USING THIS GUIDE lease read this user guide carefully. It contains information about your phone and the way that it operates on the network. Some of the features described in this user guide are net- work dependent. Do not forget to check with your service provider which of these you can use. You may need to take out additional subscriptions to activate certain features.
  • Page 13 Select Camera/Video Use the cursor key to scroll up, down, left or right to the required menu item and validate by pressing OK. E.g. ’Select Camera/Video’: scroll to the Camera/Video menu item with the navigation keys (Up , Down , Left , Right ) and press the [OK] key to validate your selection.
  • Page 14 MMS box on server full Status light On your mobile (please refer to Getting started with your M420i or see page 4) several light col- ours indicate your mobile’s state (charging, event on mobile, etc.). The lights can be green, red, yellow or blue.
  • Page 15: Getting Started

    GETTING STARTED Preparing the phone for operation Please refer to the Getting started with your M420i booklet or to the "Preliminary operations", page 6. Basic operations Turning the phone On Press and hold the [On/Off] key. A beep sounds at mobile activation. When switching the...
  • Page 16 Rejecting a call When receiving a phone call: Press the [On/Off] key (the call is then forwarded to your mailbox). Ending a call Press the [On/Off] key. You can also end a call by sliding the screen down. Please see "Active slide", page 85. To stop the ringtone When receiving a phone call you have the possibility to stop the ringtone.
  • Page 17 To deactivate the keypad lock: Unlock Keypad Select and press the [Clear] key or press and hold the [Clear] key. unlocked is displayed. Turning the phone Off Press and hold the [On/Off] key. A tone sounds to confirm your action and a Goodbye screen is displayed whilst the mobile switches off.
  • Page 18: Tools

    TOOLS hen scrolling to the Tools menu from the main icons menu, direct access to the Infrared port section is possible by selecting Infrared on the left side of the display. The Tools menu allows access to a diary, a calculator, a currency converter, several alarm clocks and the infrared port opening.
  • Page 19 Modify an event, Send it by... infrared port, Mail and SMS, Export... it, Delete one event or Delete all events. To view weekly entries Press the [Menu] key. Select Tools. Select Diary. Select Calendar. Press on the [Menu] key. View... Week view.
  • Page 20 Tasks list This feature allows you to store up to 100 tasks to be done (To do), scheduled with a start and a due date, with or without a reminder alarm. To enter a new task Press the [Menu] key. Select Tools. Select Diary.
  • Page 21: Calculator

    Storage used This feature displays the number of Diary registered events and tasks. The following actions ress on the [Menu] key) are available in the Options menu (P ACTIONS PURPOSE Delete events To delete the events of the defined time period. Delete tasks To delete the tasks of the defined time period.
  • Page 22: Currency Converter

    Currency converter This feature allows currency conversion. The currencies and exchange rates must be entered prior to use. The conversion is calculated on the per unit exchange rate of the second selected currency. To select the currencies and the exchange rate Press the [Menu] key.
  • Page 23: Infrared Port

    - Stop Bit: 1 stop Bit - Speed: 921000b/s 1. The PC cable may not be supplied with your mobile. Please ask your retailer for an M420i compatible PC cable. 2. The compatibility between GPRS and i-mode features is operator dependent.
  • Page 24: Messages/Text Editing

    MESSAGES/TEXT EDITING his section describes the contents of the Messages menu and contains full in- formation on the Short Message Service. Other types of messages can be sent and received via your mobile. The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send or receive text messages to or from other mobile phones.
  • Page 25: Reading Stored Sms Messages

    Reading stored SMS messages Press the [Menu] key. Select Messages. Or press and hold the Mail softkey. Select SMS. Inbox SIM archive Received messages Select then select to display the message list. Use the arrow key to scroll up and down and access the message you want to read. Select or Press on the [Menu] key/View...
  • Page 26: Preparing The Phone To Send Sms Messages

    Preparing the phone to send SMS messages Before sending your first SMS or if you want to register a new profile, the network SMS centre number (obtainable from your service provider) must be stored: FIELDS DESCRIPTION DEFAULT Name To enter the profile name. Profile1 Message centre To enter the centre number.
  • Page 27 When in T9 mode, is displayed on the upper part of the display to indicate that T9 is the current mode. When on Multitap mode, is displayed on the upper part of the display to in- dicate that Multitap is the current mode. The multitap/multipress method A brief press on a key displays the first character associated with the key and shows the other available characters at the top of the display.
  • Page 28 The T9 method A press on the [Menu] key allows you to swap between T9 text entry and the Multitap method. Press the key bearing the required letter once only (the requested character may not be dis- played first). The active word changes as you enter text. Enter all the word characters up to the end of the word. If the right word is not displayed when all the characters have been entered, press until you get the required word.
  • Page 29 To insert a text model: Press on the [Menu] key. Select Insert. Text models. Select one from the list. Select For more information on this feature, please see “Creating text models”, page 30. This option is only available from messages edition modes (it is not available in numeric edition modes, while writing a mail address, etc.) Text copy and paste You can copy a text or part of a text so as to paste it into another edition context (or into the...
  • Page 30: Creating Text Models

    Tips and Operation ACTION Short press: to switch mode (from T9 or Multitap) to lower case, upper case or numeric mode. Long press: to insert a capital letter while writing in lower case. Only the first letter entered is upper case, the following ones are lower case (e.g.: to write a surname). Swap between the Multitap/Multipress method and the T9 text input.
  • Page 31: Signature

    If you want to send the message to several addressees, enter one or several phone num- Copy to Valid bers/names in the list (up to 4 more addressees) and press then return to the previous screen. Press on the [Menu] key. Select Send, Store &...
  • Page 32: Draft Messages

    Draft messages The Drafts folder contains the written messages that were not sent. You can edit these messages and/or send them. To select one of these messages: Press the [Menu] key. Select Messages. Select SMS. Drafts Select and use the [Up arrow] or [Down arrow] keys to scroll to the required message. Press on the [Menu] key to View, Delete, Delete all, Send,...
  • Page 33: Broadcast - Cell Broadcast (Cb) Messages

    Broadcast - cell broadcast (CB) messages These messages are broadcast by the networks to GSM users and may provide general infor- mation about local area dialling codes, weather reports, traffic, news, etc. Each type of mes- sage is numbered, allowing you to select the type of information you wish to receive. Up to 5 types of messages can be programmed into the selection list.
  • Page 34: Calls & Times

    CALLS & TIMES Calls & Times ccess the menu to check the details of individual incoming and outgoing calls, the duration of the last call, the total call time for all outgoing and incoming calls or to play the recorded calls. Call logs This feature stores details (identity, time and date and call duration or cost) about the last 20 num- bers dialled, the last 20 unanswered calls and the last 20 received calls.
  • Page 35: Call Costs - Management

    Balance information (subscription dependent) This service may be supplied by your service provider. It allows you to view the remaining air- time balance on your phone line. Please contact your service provider for more information. If your subscription allows access to this information: Calls &...
  • Page 36: Recorded Call

    Setting the credit limit (subscription dependent) You may also be able to set a credit limit to your calls. Once the credit limit has been reached, no more chargeable outgoing or incoming calls are allowed. You can however still make emergency calls. The PIN2 code is required to set the credit limit.
  • Page 37: Phone Book

    PHONE BOOK hone numbers can be stored in the mobile memory and in the SIM card memory. - The mobile memory can store up to 500 'extended' cards (called 'Phone book cards'). These cards allow you to store different information types: family name, first name, home number, mobile number, work number, fax number, two mail addresses, postal address, business information, voice tag, group name, card related melody and an associated icon, picture or video.
  • Page 38 SIM names card From the standby display: Enter the number. Select Store. New SIM name Select Fill in the available fields and select to validate your entries. Save Select to store the card. Via the menu: Phone Book. Press the [Menu] key. Select Add name Select New SIM names...
  • Page 39: Adding A Video To Your Phone Book Card

    Phone to SIM SIM to phone. Select All the names are copied unless the SIM card memory does not bear enough free space when copying the Phone entries to the SIM card. A warning message is then displayed. 1. If your Phone book cards bear more than one number (home, mobile, work, fax numbers), the first available number from the list is copied to the corresponding SIM card entry.
  • Page 40: Editing A Phone Book Or A Sim Name Card

    Save Select to store your settings. If no melody is set as a ringtone for your Phone book card (No sound selection), the default ringtone or the mel- ody you set as a ringtone (please see "Ringtone selection", page 80)is played on receipt of an incoming call. Editing a Phone book or a SIM name card From the standby display: Press the [Left arrow] key to access the Phone book.
  • Page 41: Voice Dialling

    Sorting the Phone book entries so that they can be viewed as separate folders You can split the Phone book entries into folders and view either the Phone names, the SIM names or a selected group of entries when reaching the Phone book list. Phone Book.
  • Page 42: Creating A Group Of Cards

    Creating a group of cards Groups of cards can be defined for the Phone book. This feature allows you to group certain cards and to play a specific melody on receiving an incoming call from one of the group members. To create a group: Phone Book.
  • Page 43: My Number(S) Display

    My number(s) display The phone can display your main line (Line 1) mobile number, the mobile number for Line 2 (Alternate Line Service) and your data and fax numbers (these are SIM card dependent). These numbers may be stored in the SIM card. You can also enter them manually. To view, name and edit your own number(s), Phone Book Press the [Menu] key...
  • Page 44: Export

    Export The purpose of the Export feature is to allow you to send the Phone book contents to another device (e.g. a pc) via the infrared port or by SMS. Phone Book. Press the [Menu] key. Select Select Export..., then select Yes.
  • Page 45: Camera

    You can choose from 5 picture size types: Large (1280x960 pixels), Normal (640x480 pixels), Small (320x240 pixels), Wall paper (176x240 pixels) or Messaging (160x120 pixels). The Mitsubishi M420i includes a 615 000 pixel CCD pick-up device that enables 1.23-megapix- el images to be obtained through interpolation.
  • Page 46: The Camera Related Icons And Shortcuts

    Slide the screen up. From the standby display press the [Camera/Video] side key. Slide the screen up. From the standby display, press the [Menu] key. Select Camera/Video. Capture a photo. Select 1. The infrared port automatically closes when the camera application is accessed. 2.
  • Page 47: Taking A Picture

    For picture-taking, here are the keys to be used: Navigation key [Ok/Camera] key [Up] side key [Camera/Video] side key Available shortcuts Each of the camera-related keys has several functions. While using the camera feature, please use the keypad as follows: KEYS DESCRIPTION [Camera/Video] side...
  • Page 48: Adjusting Your Picture

    An Options list is available (Press on the [Menu] key): OPTIONS DESCRIPTION Send by... To send the picture by Mail, by MMS or via the infrared port. Set as... To set your picture as a standby display for the idle, as a Welcome screen or as a Goodbye screen.
  • Page 49 To access the mode setting This setting allows you to choose the colour and exposure mode before taking the picture in order to optimise the picture quality according to the conditions. Scroll up or down. Select Mode. Or press the [Right arrow] key to access the mode feature.
  • Page 50: How To View Your Picture

    To adjust the shutter sound level This option allows you to adjust the shutter sound level. Press Option. Select Settings Shutter sound. Scroll up or down to adjust the shutter sound level. Save Press to confirm your selection and then to store your settings.
  • Page 51: Video

    VIDEO This application allows you to record and play videos up to 5 MB (about 10 min- utes time) with your mobile. These videos can bear sound. They can be record- ed as several sequences (on a single file) via the Pause mode. You can send those videos to other devices (mobile phones, PC) by Mail, MMS, or via the infrared port, you can even attach videos to your phone cards (see "Storing names and telephone numbers", page 37).
  • Page 52: Video Related Icons And Shortcuts

    Video related icons and shortcuts Here is the way information related to the Video application and its state while in use displayed. The screen shot below is a preview example; the Video related icons described in the table below are the ones which can be displayed while using the Video features. The features described in this table are further explained in the chapter.
  • Page 53: Filming A Video

    For video-filming, here are the keys to be used: Navigation key [Right] softkey [Ok] key [Up] side key [Camera/Video] side key Available shortcuts Each of the video-related keys has several functions. While using the video feature, please use the keypad as follows: KEYS DESCRIPTION [Up] side key...
  • Page 54: Storing/Erasing Your Video

    An Options list is then available: OPTIONS DESCRIPTION Play To play the recorded video. Send by... To send the video by Mail, by MMS or via the infrared port. Set as... To set the video as Idle screen, Incoming call, Alarm, Message alert or New mail alert.
  • Page 55 To select the image quality This setting allows you to choose a quality level for your video. The better the quality, the bigger the file size. If you wish to send your video by Mail or by MMS, we advise you choose the Eco- nomic mode Settings and Quality.
  • Page 56: How To Play Your Video

    Press to launch the countdown. The 10 seconds countdown is displayed. The recording is automatically launched when the countdown is over. Please proceed as usual (to stop or pause the video). Press on the [Up] side key to stop the recording. If an event occurs (Mail, MMS reception...) or the mobile’s behaviour is modified (any key pressed, sliding the screen up or down...) after the countdown has started, the self timer is automatically stopped and set to Off.
  • Page 57: Fun & Media Box

    FUN & MEDIA BOX his menu groups and manages all the images, melodies, videos, speech notes, frames, Games and Java applications contained in the mobile as well as all the files received via the i-mode browser, the infrared port, Mail, MMS or SMS.
  • Page 58 OPTIONS DESCRIPTION Sound volume To set the sound volume level (from 0 to 7). Full screen To play the video on full screen. Loop mode To play the video repeatedly. Send by... To send the current video via the infrared port, by an MMS or by a Mail. Details To display information about the file Name, the Title, the Author (the device name), the Resolution (width*height in pixels), the Duration of the video, the...
  • Page 59: Pictures

    Pictures The Pictures sub-menu allows you to view and set stored (via the Camera and the Infrared port) still and animated images (animated .gif) as an Idle screen, a Welcome or a Goodbye screen in order to configure and personalise your mobile screen (see "Display", page 81). The picture formats supported by your mobile are .wbmp, .gif, .ifm, .jpg, .png.
  • Page 60: Mail System

    To sort the stored images (by date, name, size) and select a view mode My preferences (List, Thumbnails 4 - to display a 4-picture mosaic) and to change the Picture browser mode. 1. If the selection is a sub-folder, an Options list is available (Press on the [Menu] key). 2.
  • Page 61: Melodies

    In addition to the usual SMS download of melodies, you can download melodies by browsing internet web sites. Mitsubishi Electric mobiles are compatible with the Nokia™ Smart Messaging system. The prin- ciple is the following: Melodies are stored on a Web server.
  • Page 62: Games & Applications

    All selected melodies are downloaded via SMS. Once the melody is received, a reception screen is displayed. Press or press on the Play [Menu] key then select to play the received melody. To set a melody as a ringtone, a message alert melody, an alarm melody, a Welcome or a Goodbye, please see "Tones", page 80.
  • Page 63: Speech Notes

    To allow/forbid the use of information contained in your mobile if required Icon Info Setting by an application. Stand-by Setting To allow/forbid the use of the current application as a standby display. To allow/forbid automatic connection to the network prior to the game/ Stand-by Network application if required when setting a game/application as a standby display.
  • Page 64: Frames

    If the selection is a sub-folder, an Options list is available. To play a speech note Fun & Media box. Press the [Menu] key. Select Speech notes. Select or press on the [Menu] key then select Play. Scroll up or down to the required speech note. Press Frames The frame border feature allows you to illustrate your pictures and give them a more personal and fun touch.
  • Page 65: Others

    An Options menu is available. OPTIONS DESCRIPTION Full view To view the frame in full screen. Delete To delete the current picture To automatically display all the frames of the selected folder one after Slide show another. To show the name, resolution, size, storage date and protection status of the Details current file.
  • Page 66 The following Options list is available:. OPTIONS DESCRIPTION View To view the file contents. Store To store the selected file in the corresponding application folder. To send the text, the selected vCards, the selected vCalendars, the vBookmark(s) and the unknown file(s) via the infrared port. Send by...
  • Page 67: Storage Used

    Storage used To consult the percentage of memory used for the Pictures, Melodies, Videos, Frames, Speech note and Others folders: Fun & Media box. Press the Menu/T9 key. Select Storage used. The total memory used is displayed (all file types). Select Details Select view storage information per file type.
  • Page 68: Calendar Network Services

    CALENDAR he availability of this menu is network dependent. If your SIM card does not contain an access to the Network services, the Calendar menu is accessible from the Menu icons. Please see "Calendar", page 18 for full details. NETWORK SERVICES he availability of this menu is network dependent (it may not be available or be named Network services, Network,...).
  • Page 69: User Interface

    i-mode NetFront is a trademark and registered trademark of Access Co. Ltd. in Japan and other countries. Copyright © 1996-2004 ACCESS CO. LTD. our mobile allows you to access dedicated i-mode web sites and webpages thanks to the i-mode standards. You can for instance send and receive e-mails and MMS, connect to i-mode sites and download images, videos, frames and 64 tone melodies for your mobile (see "Fun &...
  • Page 70: I-Mode Applications

    i-mode lock The purpose of this feature is to lock access to all i-mode features, thereby protecting your mo- bile from any unauthorised operation. Press the [Menu] key. Select i-mode. i-mode lock. Select Select Lock. Enter your 4 digit i-mode lock code and select OK. 1.
  • Page 71 5. Compose Mail To send the current page via Mail or MMS. 6. Save in PB To save the address in the phone book. 7. Play animation To play the animation. The items on this options list may vary according to the contents of the page displayed. i-menu You can access i-mode services via this sub-menu.
  • Page 72: Setting Your I-Mode Features

    5. Show Address To display the URL address of the saved page. 6. Protect To protect/unprotect the selected saved page from deletion. Java Start This sub-menu allows you to launch Java™ applications. Please see "Games & applications", page 62. Settings Please see "Setting your i-mode features", page 72.
  • Page 73: Mail System

    To allow/forbid CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) if required by the i-mode content provider. View Select or press Select CSS, then select or Off. Scroll down as many times as necessary until is highlighted and press to validate. Certificates Certificates are used for network security exchange (e.g. for secure payment transactions) Certificates Select or press...
  • Page 74 Once in the Mail sub-menu: Composing an iMail Compose imail Select or press Highlight the field. Press to enter in the edition screen and type in the required address or press on the [Menu] key to get to the usual edition options list. You can also directly select a mail address from the phone book by pressing on the [Left arrow] key.
  • Page 75 2. Save To return to the MMS edition screen and save your MMS 3. Preview To preview the MMS 4. Media To display the Media sub-menu (please see below). 5. Fit mode To display the Fit mode sub-menu (please see below). 6.
  • Page 76 Inbox The Inbox bears all received iMails and iMMS. These received iMails and iMMS are displayed as a list. Folders can be created to store these messages. Whilst in the Inbox list, pressing the [Menu] key displays the following Options list: OPTION DESCRIPTION 1.
  • Page 77: Options

    6. Filter To select criteria for files display. The following options are available: All (to display all the folder messages in a list), Pasted (to display only the mails that contain pasted data), Attached (to display only the mails that bear attached files), iMail (to display only the mails), iMMS (to display only the MMS), SMS (to display only the SMS).
  • Page 78 Mail Settings Select or press From the Standby display select i-mode. Mail Select or press Mail Settings Select or press Edit signature This allows you to configure your mails so that text is added (once each time mail is sent) at the end of your message.
  • Page 79: Quick Access To I-Mode Basic Features

    Font size You can choose the font size used in the mail edition mode. Font Size Select or press Select Small, Normal or Large. Scroll down as many times as necessary until is highlighted and press to validate. Check settings You can check the status of all your mail settings via this menu.
  • Page 80: Settings

    SETTINGS his menu allows you to adjust the features on your mobile to your own convenience and to ensure the security of the phone. Tones Alert mode You can set the ring, alert and alarm tone types via the Mode menu. If you select the 'Vibrate' or 'Vibrate then ring' option, the vibrating option replaces all the alert and alarm tones.
  • Page 81: Display

    Volume adjustments The ring tone, key tones, conversation and alarm tones (alarm clock, diary alarm and low bat- tery alarm) audio levels can all be individually set via the Settings menu: Press the [Menu] key. Select Settings. Tones Select Select Volume. Select Ring, Keys, Conversation or Alarm.
  • Page 82: Keypad

    Welcome screen On switching on your mobile, a Welcome screen is displayed prior to the Standby display. This screen is a default one but it can be customised by selecting any of the Pictures folder images (see "Pictures", page 59). Press the [Menu] key.
  • Page 83: Voice Mail

    To activate and deactivate the keypad lock: Press the [Menu] key. Select Settings. Select Keypad. Keypad lock. Select Unlock To unlock the keypad, press then the [Clear] key. From the Standby display, press and hold the [Clear] key to activate the keypad lock. Press and hold the [Clear] key to de-activate the keypad lock.
  • Page 84: Phone Settings

    Calling the voice mail centre to check your messages You can either: - Dial the Voice Mail centre number directly after receiving a message: From the standby display, press and hold - or: Press the [Menu] key. Select Settings. Voice Mail.
  • Page 85: Gsm Services

    Caution - Remember to turn off the Auto switch-on feature when boarding an aircraft. See "General safety", page 8. Active slide This feature allows you to answer/end a call automatically on sliding the cover up or down. Press the [Menu] key. Select Settings. Phone settings.
  • Page 86 DIVERT OPTIONS ACTION Always To divert all incoming voice calls. When not To divert all voice calls when the phone cannot be reached (out of service). reachable On no reply To divert all voice calls when the call is not answered. When busy To divert all voice calls when the line is engaged.
  • Page 87 During the conference-call, the following Options menu is available: OPTIONS DESCRIPTION Speaker On/Off To activate/deactivate the hands free mode. Auto-DTMF To type a new phone number and add this new correspondent to the conference-call. If the Auto-DTMF option is deactivated, you cannot type in a new phone number.
  • Page 88 Receiving caller ID Most networks have the Caller Line Identity feature (CLI). This feature allows the phone number or the identity of the caller to be displayed on incoming calls. You can check the availability of this feature on your network or subscription Press the [Menu] key.
  • Page 89: Security Features

    Selecting automatic search To perform an automatic search from the preferred list, proceed as follows: Press the [Menu] key. Select Settings. Services. Select Select Network. Select Search. Select Automatic. Call barring This network dependent service forbids certain outgoing or incoming call types. It requires a call barring password.
  • Page 90 Phone lock code A phone lock code is supplied with the phone for security purposes. It prevents unauthorised access to the phone and some of its features. The default code is 0000. We suggest that you change this code and keep the new one in a safe place.
  • Page 91 PUK2 code The PUK2 is an 8 digit code supplied by your service provider. It is used to unblock the phone when an incorrect PIN2 code has been entered three times in succession. A PUK2 code cannot be changed. When prompted, enter the PUK2 code. If you have entered an incorrect PUK2 code 10 times in succession for use of the features requiring the PIN2 code, your mobile will be permanently blocked.
  • Page 92: Glossary

    APPENDIX Glossary EXPRESSION MEANING AC/DC charger Alternating Current/Direct Current charger Active call The call currently in progress Alternate Line (Line 2) Service Advise of Charge - subscription service Cell Broadcast Caller Line Identity - displays caller’s telephone number Data Encryption Standard Diverting Diverts incoming calls to another number Desk Top Charger...
  • Page 93: Troubleshooting

    There may be no mains supply. Try a different electrical socket. battery icon The AC/DC charger may be faulty. Return to your dealer and try substitution with whilst another Mitsubishi Electric adaptor. charging Battery icon May indicate a charge or battery problem. Disconnect the charger. Reconnect and not flashing 1-2- try again.
  • Page 94: Error Messages

    Error messages PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION Allowed credit reached! You are trying to place an outgoing call and the allowed credit is already reached. The allowed credit limit is reached during an outgoing call (the call is then aborted). An internal error has An error occurred in a game execution.
  • Page 95 Low battery! The battery is low and the phone will soon be switched off automatically. Network busy You tried to make a call. The call is rejected by the network due to congestion problems. Network not allowed When selecting network manual search, you have selected a network that rejects the connection.
  • Page 96: Guarantee

    Pan-european end-user guarantee conditions 1.Mitsubishi Electric guarantees that for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of purchase from the dealer, the product shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship. If the statutory warranty in force in your country exceeds 12 months, the statutory warranty is not affected by this manufacturer’s guarantee.
  • Page 97: Index

    Picture storing ...... 47 Playing a video ......57 Quality ........46 Receiving a video ....58 Resolution ...... 46, 48 Speech notes ......63 INDEX Self timer ......46, 49 Storage used ......67 Sharpness ......46 Stored videos ......57 Shortcuts ......47 Video ........57 Zoom ......
  • Page 98 Image ........37 Settings Pictures list ......37 Active slide ......85 Mail Any key answer ....83 Phone card Auto play ......78 Update ........37 Auto features ....84, 85 Auto receive ......78 Phone lock .......90 Backlight ....... 82 Auto-reception ...... 78 Code .......11, 90 Broadcast ......
  • Page 99 Currency converter ....22 Welcome screen ...... 59 Diary ........18 Writing text Infrared port ......23 Edition mode ......26 Turning the phone off ....17 Turning the phone on ....15 Zoom ..... 46, 48, 52, 55 User interface ......69 vCalendar Sending ........
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