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PREFACE
WELCOME
Congratulations on the purchase of your FXC-851 product!
Please retain your original dated sales receipt for your records.
For warranty service of your FXC-851 product, you will need to provide a
copy of your dated sales receipt to confirm warranty status.
Thank you for choosing Motorola product.
Please read important safety instructions before use.
Read and understand all instructions before use.
Please retain this guide for future reference.
The information contained in the FXC-851 user guide is believed to be
correct at the time of printing. We reserve the right to change or modify
any information, product specifications, features or functionality without
notice. The contents of the FXC-851 user guide are provided "as is."
Certain features may not be activated by your service provider, and/or
their network settings may limit the feature's functionality. Additionally,
certain features may require a subscription.
Contact your service provider for details.
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    PRECAUTIONS Please retain your original dated sales receipt for your records. SAFETY INFORMATION For warranty service of your FXC-851 product, you will need to provide a PACKAGE CONTENTS copy of your dated sales receipt to confirm warranty status. PACKAGE CONTENTS Thank you for choosing Motorola product.
  • Page 2 OUTBOX DRAFTS VOICEMAIL BROADCAST MESSAGE MESSAGE SETTINGS TEMPLATE MEMORY STATUS DIAL RECORDS INCOMING CALL OUTGOING CALL MISSED CALL CALL OPTIONS CALL DURATION SETTINGS PHONE SETTINGS MELODY DISPLAY CALL SETUP NETWORK SETUP SECURITY SETUP FACTORY DEFAULT APPLICATIONS ALARM CALCULATOR CALENDAR TO DO LIST REFERENCE INFORMATION TECHNICAL INFORMATION TROUBEL SHOOTING...
  • Page 3: Safety Precautions

    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS PRECAUTIONS 1. Please do not try to take out the SIM card of this phone. This SIM card is a special encrypt card, it cannot be used in other mobile phones. It’s the warranty of the product, if you try to rip or remove the SIM Card, the warrant will be not valid and your product will not be warranty in any case.
  • Page 4: Safety Information

    5. APPROVED ACCESSORIES SAFETY INFORMATION  Use of accessories not approved by Motorola, including but not limited to batteries and antennas, may cause your phone to exceed RF energy 1. EXPOSURE TO RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) ENERGY exposure guidelines.  Your phone contains a transmitter and a receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.
  • Page 5 8. BATTERIES  Keep the charger or batteries out of reach of small children or babies. Batteries can cause property damage and / or bodily injury such as burns if a  Always try to keep the battery between -10 ~ 55 Celsius. conductive material such as jewelry, keys, or beaded chains touches exposed ...
  • Page 6: Package Contents

    PACKAGE CONTENTS ABOUT YOUR PHONES PACKAGE CONTENTS PHONE OVERVIEW Transceiver / Phone Base No Description Description Adapter / Charger Backup Battery Receiver LCD Display Contacts / Back / Cancel / Menu / OK / Option / Left  The appearance of the parts in your package may be different from those in Right soft Key soft Key this Manual.
  • Page 7: Installation

    INSTALLATION [5] Turning Phone’s Power On/Off [ 1 ] Plugging AC/DC Adapter in to Cradle After installing the handset correctly, press the power key which is on the Connect the adaptor to Cradle. right of the front panel for about 3 seconds, the phone will then automatically test whether the SIM Card is inserted and valid.
  • Page 8: Key Function

    [ 5 ] Navigation / Scroll keys KEY FUNCTION Press left navigation key to Dial Records. Press right navigation key to Alarm. [1] Left / Right Soft Key ( Menu / Contacts key ) Press up navigation key to Inbox. Press the left soft key ( Menu ) to perform the function indicated by the text on Press down navigation key to Calendar.
  • Page 9: Display Indicators And Icons

    DISPLAY INDICATORS AND ICONS BASIC OPERATION [1] Switching the phone ON and OFF 1) To turn on your phone, press and hold “End key” for a few  The display indicators and icons provide information about the operation of seconds the phone.
  • Page 10 [3] Answering a call 3) Press Send key once. When your phone rings, press “Call key” or “Speaker key” to answer in Note: If no recently dialed numbers are stored, you will not be able speaker phone mode. to use this function. [4] Speaker mode.
  • Page 11: Using Phone Menus

     Voice mail arrives: USING PHONE MENUS The back light of the LCD is ON and the display shows “New Voice Message, Listen Now ?” text message with Voicemail icon . And if you [1] Menus want to check new voice message, press the left soft key ( Yes ). If you want A menu is a list of choices you can make.
  • Page 12: Enter Letters And Numbers

    scrolling up / down navigation key and press OK key. ENTER LETTERS AND NUMBERS 3) To edit, press the left soft key and scroll down to the edit option and press OK key. You can enter letters, as well as numbers, when storing information in your 4) Edit the name you want to change and / or press again OK key to change phone by using your phone’s keypad.
  • Page 13: Main Menu

    3. Dial Records MAIN MENU 1. Incoming Call 3) Change Password 2. Outgoing Call 7. Factory Default OVERVIEW OF MENU TREE 3. Missed Call Your phone’s menu may differ from the following list, depending on the 4. Call Duration Network services to which you have subscribed and the accessories you are using.
  • Page 14: Add

     Enter the first letters of the name you need and then the cursor goes to the THE CONTACTS name you wanted directly after one second or select name using to scroll and press left OK key New entries can be stored in the SIM card or in your Phone. After choosing one of the name, you can select left option and you can ...
  • Page 15: Speed Dial

    2) Scroll to Fixed Dial and press OK subscribed. Not available in all areas. Contact your telephone service provider for availability and details. Enable FDN/Disable FDN: Input PIN2 code to enable FDN or disable FDN Speed Dial function. Read: When the FDN enabled, you can read / edit / clear / add FDN list 1) Press Menu >...
  • Page 16: Group

    will be deleted and can no longer be restored. MESSAGE [9] Group  Requires a subscription to a calling plan that supports this feature. Not available in all areas. Contact you telephone service provider for availability Contacts entries can be grouped to some units: and details.
  • Page 17: Inbox

    originate in networks other than your own. Contact your service provider Outbox for more information about this feature. The Outbox stores messages sent and saved. 1) Press Menu > Message. 2) Scroll to the Outbox and press OK. 1) Press Menu > Message> OK. 3) From the list, highlight the one you need and press OK.
  • Page 18 [5] Voicemail (Network Service) Message Type: When you set the message type, the network will convert the message to the type you have set. (Text//Fax//E-mail) Status Report: If you turn On this option, you can be notified if the recipient You can listen to your voicemail messages by calling your network voicemail phone number.
  • Page 19: Dial Records

    1) Press Menu > Dial Records DIAL RECORDS 2) Choose one of them; Incoming call / Outgoing call / Missed call and press OK The Call History function keeps track of: Incoming Calls Outgoing Calls 3) You can press left Option Missed Calls 4) You can see six different menus;...
  • Page 20: Settings

    DD / MM / YYYY (day / month / full digits of this year) SETTINGS MM / DD / YYYY Setting menu includes: Date Separator: There are four types of separators of date digits OO-OO-OO (Hyphen) Phone Settings OO/OO/OO (Slash) Melody OO.OO.OO (Dot) Display...
  • Page 21 Melody contrast goes up. Press left navigation key then the contrast is down [ 2.1 ] Melody setup [ 3.3 ] Backlight Set Melody for Incoming Call and Message Tone Set Specific LCD and Keypad Backlight time. Note: For each tone setup, you can choose one of 10 ring tones for 1) Select Backlight and press OK Incoming call and 4 ring tones for Message Tone.
  • Page 22 call to be forwarded to. Deactivate: Deactivate the chosen Call Divert option. 1) Press Menu > Settings and press OK 2) Scroll Call Setup and press OK [ 4.2 ] Call Barring (Network Service) 3) Select Call Waiting and press OK 4) Select Check Status, Activate, Deactivate and then press OK Call Barring is a network or subscription dependent service.
  • Page 23 Show ID: Shows your phone number to the calling party. 2) Scroll Security Set Up and press OK Hide ID: Does not show your phone number to the calling party. 3) Select SIM PIN and press OK 4) Select PIN Check, Change PIN1, Change PIN2 and then press OK. Network Setup PIN Check : Allow or disallow the use of SIM PIN by entering SIM Network Select mode...
  • Page 24: Applications

    Verify with new SIM: When you change SIM card, you enter the password APPLICATIONS Applications include: Change Password Alarm This feature allows you to change the password. Calculator Calendar 1) Press Menu > Settings and press OK To Do List 2) Scroll Security Setup and press OK 3) Select Change Password and press OK [ 1 ]...
  • Page 25: Reference Information

    . (Point) : Press ‘ # ’ Key. REFERENCE INFORMATION 1) Press Menu > Applications and press OK TECHNICAL INFORMATION 2) Select Calculator and press OK. 3) Enter the first value by number keys Technical Specification 4) Select the calculating mark by the left and right navigation keys. Weight Transceiver gram...
  • Page 26 details. TROUBLE SHOOTING Before contacting the after-sales service, perform the following simple checks. You have entered a number but it was not dialed They may save you the time and expense of an unnecessary service call. • Have you pressed? •...
  • Page 27 The access codes (except for the PUK codes) can be changed using the RF Exposure Information and Statement Security Settings menu options. The SAR limit of USA (FCC) is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one gram of tissue. This model Phone Password (FCC ID: WVB-FXC851) has also been tested against this SAR limit.
  • Page 28 This limited warranty is a consumer’s exclusive damage that result from the use of Non- Motorola branded or certified Products, remedy, and applies as follows to new Brightstar branded Products Accessories, Software or other peripheral equipment are excluded from manufactured by Brightstar Corp, coverage.
  • Page 29 You will receive instructions on how to obtain service, you must include: (a) a copy of your receipt, bill of sale or other comparable proof of purchase. User Manual of FXC-851 version 1.0 [ENG] Copyright 2009, Motorola Inc., All rights reserved...

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