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TXTR™ x5
DRAFT 3 -- 11/18/2005

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  • Page 1 TXTR™ x5 DRAFT 3 -- 11/18/2005...
  • Page 3 Quick Start To use your TXTR, you need to: 1 Charge the TXTR (see page 15). 2 Turn on your TXTR (press until the display is on). 3 Pair your TXTR with your phone (see page 22). 4 Send and receive SMS text messages with your phone, or chat with another TXTR user...
  • Page 4 Bluetooth features in France unless you are indoors. MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. The Bluetooth trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Motorola, Inc.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety and General Information . . . 6 Introduction....11 TXTR Controls....14 Charging TXTR Battery .
  • Page 6 Calculator ....54 Settings..... 55 European Union Directives Conformance Statement .
  • Page 8: Safety And General Information

    Safety and General Information IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION. READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR DEVICE. Users are not permitted to make changes or modify the device in any way. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
  • Page 9 Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility Note: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed, or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility. Facilities To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn off your device in any facility where posted notices instruct you to do so.
  • Page 10 Medical Devices Hearing Aids Some devices may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult with your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives. 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.
  • Page 11 Canada technical specifications were met. It does not imply that Industry Canada approved the equipment. See Ref IC Self-Marking 6(f) and RSP-100 Sec. 4. FCC Notice to Users This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
  • Page 12 interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • 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.
  • Page 13: Introduction

    Introduction The Motorola TXTR allows you to compose, send, and receive SMS text messages with your Motorola Bluetooth phone using a full QWERTY keyboard. With the TXTR, you can: • Compose, send and receive SMS text messages. • Chat directly with other TXTR device users.
  • Page 14 The Bluetooth connection range between the phone and TXTR can be up to 300 feet (exact range is dependent on phone model). To chat with another TXTR user, a bluetooth connection is established between both TXTR devices. Introduction...
  • Page 15 Bluetooth connection up to 300 feet The Bluetooth connection range between the TXTR devices is 300 feet. Introduction...
  • Page 16: Txtr Controls

    TXTR Controls 1. Display: Shows text and icons for TXTR. 2. Charging Port: Accepts the plug for your TXTR battery charger. 3. Keypad: Allows you to perform operations with the TXTR. TXTR Controls...
  • Page 17: Charging Txtr Battery

    Charging TXTR Battery First-Time Use — Before you can use your TXTR, charge its self-contained battery for two hours. Recharging — When you hear an audio alert along with no bars displayed on the battery meter, the TXTR battery needs recharging.
  • Page 18 Contact your local recycling center for proper disposal methods. Warning: Never dispose of batteries in a fire because they may explode. 1 Plug the Motorola charger into the TXTR’s charging port as shown. 2 Plug the other end of the charger into an electrical outlet.
  • Page 19 3 When charging completes, remove the charger from the electrical outlet, and detach the charger from the TXTR. Note: You can also use a Motorola Original Vehicle Power Adapter to charge the TXTR battery while in your vehicle. A fully charged battery provides approximately: •...
  • Page 20: Turning Txtr On & Off

    Turning TXTR On & Off To turn on the TXTR, press and hold p key for at least 5 seconds until the display is on. When turned on, the TXTR establishes a connection with your phone. Ensure your phone’s Bluetooth feature is turned on and is paired with the TXTR.
  • Page 21 When connecting to the phone, the following screen is displayed for a few seconds: 12:31PM Connecting with XYZ If your phone is not paired with your TXTR, see “Pairing TXTR with Phone” on page 22. The phone and TXTR will not communicate without being paired.
  • Page 22: Idle Screen

    Idle Screen Upon connecting to the phone, the Idle screen is displayed: 12:31PM Connected to Once connected, the TXTR downloads existing SMS messages and phone book from the phone. Up to 10 of the newest messages are retrieved. When downloading is complete, the TXTR generates an audio alert.
  • Page 23 • displays a New Message icon on the display, • generates an audio alert, and • if at Idle screen, the text “New Message” is displayed for a few seconds. Turning TXTR On & Off...
  • Page 24: Pairing Txtr With Phone

    Pairing TXTR with Phone Note: You must pair (link) your TXTR and phone before you can send or receive messages. “Pairing” creates a link between ® devices with Bluetooth wireless technology, and allows the phone to remember the TXTR’s unique ID. When your TXTR and phone are paired, the TXTR automatically connects to the phone.
  • Page 25: Turning On Bluetooth On Phone

    Your phone's Bluetooth feature is off by default. To use your phone with the system, turn on the Bluetooth feature in your Motorola phone. 1 On the phone, select Main Menu > Settings > Connection >Bluetooth Link > Setup. 2 Scroll to Power.
  • Page 26: Setting Txtr To Look For Phone

    feature remains on until you turn it off. Setting TXTR to Look for Phone To place the TXTR into Bluetooth search mode, select m (Main Menu) > Settings > Bluetooth > Search phone. The TXTR is placed in search mode for [xx] seconds.
  • Page 27 1 On your phone, select Main Menu > Settings > Connection >Bluetooth Link > Setup > Handsfree >Find Me. The phone is placed in Discovery mode. After a few moments, a pop-up window is displayed with text “Bond with TXTR?”. 2 Select Yes to pair your TXTR with your phone.
  • Page 28: Pairing To Additional Devices

    Pairing to Additional Devices Your TXTR can store pairing information for up to eight different devices with Bluetooth wireless technology. Devices are stored in a “Paired Device List” in memory in the order entered. When an attempt to pair to more than eight devices is made, the oldest paired device is removed from the list.
  • Page 29 of the eight devices initiates a connection to the TXTR afterwards, that device then becomes the last connected device. Pairing TXTR with Phone...
  • Page 30: Operating Your Txtr

    Operating Your TXTR The TXTR furnishes a combination of keypad and a display screen to send and receive SMS messages. The keypad consists of 36 keys and a 4-way navigation key.Here’s a quick anatomy lesson of the keypad. Delete Text Up Arrow Entry Back...
  • Page 31: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation To perform basic keyboard operations: Function Action Press and hold Power key. Turn TXTR On 1 Select m Main Menu > Turn TXTR Off Settings and press Enter key. 2 Select Power Off and press Enter key. 1 Press Menu key. Access Idle screen 2 Press Back key.
  • Page 32: Text Entry

    Function Action (Continued) Press Enter key. Select menu item or perform actions. Press Back key. Back to previous menu Press both Alt and Enter Lock/unlock keypad keys. Text Entry To type text entries on your TXTR: Function Action Type Press letter key. lowercase letters Operating Your TXTR...
  • Page 33 Function Action (Continued) Use Cap key as follows: Type uppercase • Press once to type letters next letter in uppercase. • Press twice to place keypad in uppercase mode. • Press again to disable uppercase mode. Use Up Arrow key as Type numbers and symbol follows:...
  • Page 34: Messages

    Function Action (Continued) Use Alt key as follows: Type special characters • Press once to type Note: Special next special character. characters are • Press twice to place blue on Text keypad in Entry keys. number/symbol mode. • Press again to disable number/symbol mode.
  • Page 35 New Messages To perform basic operations with new messages. Function Action 1 Select m Main Menu > Reading a Recent Messages and new message press Enter key. 2 Select Received Messages and press Enter key. 3 Select message and press Enter key. The newest messages are displayed at the top of the list.
  • Page 36 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Sending a Create Message and new message press Enter key. 2 Type message text and press Enter key. 3 Choose message recipient: • Select One Time Entry and enter phone number of a new contact, then press Enter key, or •...
  • Page 37 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Editing a new Create Message and message press Enter key. (before sending) 2 Type message text and press Enter key. 3 Choose message recipient: • Select One Time Entry and enter phone number of a new contact, then press Enter key, or...
  • Page 38 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Saving a new Create Message and message press Enter key. (before sending) 2 Type message text and press Enter key. 3 Choose message recipient: • Select One Time Entry and enter phone number of a new contact, then press Enter key, or...
  • Page 39 Recent Messages To perform basic operations with recent messages. Function Action 1 Select m Main Menu > Reading an Recent Messages and old message press Enter key. 2 Select Received Messages or Sent Messages and press Enter key. 3 Select message and press Enter key.
  • Page 40 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Replying to a Recent Messages and received press Enter key. message 2 Select Received Messages and press Enter key. 3 Select message and press Enter key. 4 View message and press Enter key.
  • Page 41 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Forwarding a Recent Messages and recent press Enter key. message 2 Select Received Messages or Sent Messages and press Enter key. 3 Select message and press Enter key. 4 View message and press Enter key.
  • Page 42 Function Action (Continued) 7 Choose message Forwarding a recent recipient: message • Select One Time (con’t) Entry and enter phone number of a new contact, then press Enter key, or • Select contact name from phonebook, then press Enter key. 8 Select Send and press Enter key.
  • Page 43 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Deleting a Recent Messages and recent press Enter key. message 2 Select Received Messages or Sent Messages and press Enter key. 3 Select message and press Enter key. 4 View message and press Enter key.
  • Page 44 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Resending a Recent Messages and sent message press Enter key. 2 Select Sent Messages and press Enter key. 3 Select message and press Enter key. 4 View message and press Enter key. 5 Select Re-send and press Enter key.
  • Page 45 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Storing phone Recent Messages and number from press Enter key. received message 2 Select Received Messages and press Enter key. 3 Select message and press Enter key. 4 View message and press Enter key.
  • Page 46 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Sending a Recent Messages and saved draft press Enter key. message 2 Select Draft and press Enter key. 3 Select message and press Enter key. 4 View message and press Enter key. 5 Select Send and press Enter key.
  • Page 47 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Deleting a Recent Messages and saved draft press Enter key. message 2 Select Draft and press Enter key. 3 Select message and press Enter key. 4 View message and press Enter key. 5 Select Delete and press Enter key.
  • Page 48: Chat

    Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Deleting all Recent Messages and stored press Enter key. messages 2 Select Delete All Messages and press Enter key. 3 Select Yes and press Enter key. Chat To perform basic operations with the TXTR-to-TXTR chat feature.
  • Page 49 Function Action 1 Select m Main Menu > Placing TXTR Chat and press Enter in chat discovery key. mode 2 Select Find Me and press Enter key. Operating Your TXTR...
  • Page 50 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Searching for Chat and press Enter TXTR devices to chat key. 2 Select Look for Device and press Enter key. 3 Select TXTR device and press Enter key. 4 Do one of the following: •...
  • Page 51 Function Action (Continued) • To add to Block list, Searching for select Block and TXTR devices press Enter key. to chat (con’t) • To remove TXTR from list, select Delete from List and press Enter key, 1 Select m Main Menu > Chatting with Chat and press Enter a friend TXTR...
  • Page 52 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Renaming Chat and press Enter TXTR device key. 2 Select Friends and press Enter key. 3 Select TXTR device and press Enter key. 4 Select Rename and press Enter key. 5 Type new name and press Enter key.
  • Page 53: Phonebook

    Phonebook To perform basic operations with the phonebook feature. Function Action 1 Select m Main Menu > Adding new contact to Phonebook and press Enter key. phonebook 2 Select NEW ENTRY and press Enter key. 3 Type name and press Enter key.
  • Page 54 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Modifying Phonebook and press contact Enter key. information in phonebook 2 Select contact and press Enter key. 3 Select Edit and press Enter key. 4 Type name and press Enter key. 5 Type phone number and press Enter key.
  • Page 55 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Adding new Phonebook and press phone number Enter key. to contact in phonebook 2 Select contact and press Enter key. 3 Select New and press Enter key. 4 Type phone number and press Enter key.
  • Page 56: Calculator

    Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Deleting Phonebook and press contact from Enter key. phonebook 2 Select contact and press Enter key. 3 Select Delete and press Enter key. 4 Select Yes and press Enter key. Calculator To perform basic operations with the calculator feature.
  • Page 57: Settings

    Settings To customize settings for your TXTR:. Function Action 1 Select m Main Menu > Placing TXTR Settings and press in Bluetooth Enter key. search mode 2 Select Bluetooth and press Enter key. 3 Select Search phone and press Enter key. Operating Your TXTR...
  • Page 58 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Viewing TXTR Settings and press Bluetooth Enter key. Device Address (BDA) 2 Select Bluetooth and press Enter key. 3 Select Bluetooth Address and press Enter key. You see address displayed. 1 Select m Main Menu > Enabling audio alert Settings and press...
  • Page 59 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Enabling Settings and press battery save Enter key. mode 2 Select Backlight Timeout and press Enter key. 3 Select On and press Enter key. 1 Select m Main Menu > Changing display Settings and press Enter key.
  • Page 60 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Changing Settings and press TXTR device Enter key. name 2 Select Device Name and press Enter key. 3 Type device name and press Enter key. 1 Select m Main Menu > Enabling TXTR keypad Settings and press...
  • Page 61 Function Action (Continued) Note: Keypad locking must be Changing TXTR keypad enabled to set the PIN. lock PIN 1 Select m Main Menu > Settings and press Enter key. 2 Select Security and press Enter key. 3 Select Change PIN and press Enter key.
  • Page 62 Function Action (Continued) 1 Select m Main Menu > Viewing Settings and press software Enter key. version 2 Select Version Info and press Enter key. Warning: Restoring TXTR to Restoring TXTR to default settings will erase all factory default content saved on device. settings 1 Select m Main Menu >...
  • Page 63: Conformance Statement

    European Union Directives Conformance Statement Hereby, Motorola declares that this product is in compliance with • The essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC • All other relevant EU Directives You can view your product’s Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to Directive 1999/5/EC (to R&TTE Directive) at www.motorola.com/rtte.
  • Page 66 motorola.com...
  • Page 67 FCC Caution The device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)This device may not cause harmful interference. (2)This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This Transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.