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01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 1 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM
3-233-649-14(1)

Mobile Telephone

Operating Instructions
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The instructions in this manual are for the
two models CMD-J7, CMD-J70. The
CMD-J7 is the model used for illustration
purposes.
Otherwise, the model name is indicated in
the illustrations. Any differences in
operation are clearly indicated in the text,
for example "CMD-J7 only".
CMD-J7/J70
CMD-J7
© 2001 Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB

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  • Page 1: Mobile Telephone

    CMD-J7 is the model used for illustration purposes. Otherwise, the model name is indicated in the illustrations. Any differences in operation are clearly indicated in the text, for example “CMD-J7 only”. CMD-J7/J70 CMD-J7 © 2001 Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB...
  • Page 2 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 2 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM For easy reference, please record the following identification numbers for your phone and SIM Card. This information will assist you in customer inquiries to your retail dealer, manufacturer or Network Operator/ Service Provider.
  • Page 3 Consult your physician or the manufacturer of personal medical devices (pacemakers, hearing aids. etc.) regarding any restrictions on the use of a mobile telephone. Use only Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB-approved CMD-J7/ J70 batteries and accessories with your phone. Do not touch the External Antenna Connector.
  • Page 4 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 4 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Unauthorised batteries, chargers, and accessories will invalidate any approvals and warranty given for your phone and may be dangerous. For use in the car, please connect your GSM mobile phone to an external antenna. The external antenna can be connected to your mobile phone via the appropriate accessory, e.g.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 5 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM What’s Included in Your Kit ....7 Attaching the Hand Strap ....7 Quick Reference .
  • Page 6 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 6 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Messaging ......28 Sounds .
  • Page 7: What's Included In Your Kit

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 7 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM The kit should include one mobile phone, one standard battery, one charger and this manual. If one of these parts is missing, please contact your retail dealer immediately. Plug shape differs from country to country. Attach a hand strap to the phone as illustrated below.
  • Page 8: Quick Reference

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 8 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM 1 Ear piece 9 Keypad (Alpha- numeric Keys) 2 Jog Dial 0 External Antenna Connector 3 Send Key qa Headset Connector 4 Centre Key qs Loudspeaker 5 Voice Mail Key qd Battery Cover 6 Microphone qf Hand Strap Attachment...
  • Page 9: The Centre Key

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 9 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Press the Centre Key in standby mode to access the WAP mode if WAP settings are configured. During a call, press the Centre Key to access the Call Menu. Press and hold the Centre Key to access network-specific service (SIM Application Toolkit).
  • Page 10: Keypad Lock

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 10 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM In standby mode, press the Centre Key followed by to lock/unlock your keypad (including the Jog Dial). It is still possible to make emergency calls (112) as well as answer/reject an incoming call (by pressing ) when the keypad is locked.
  • Page 11: Menu Overview

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 11 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Incoming + Outgoing call barring Conditional Divert Unconditional Divert Active call Call hold Mute Microphone Headset connected – active call Handsfree kit connected (auto answer on) Loudspeaker on Conversation Privacy (ciphering) not supported Additional menu available (press Centre Key to display)
  • Page 12: Inserting The Battery Pack

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 12 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Unwrap the battery pack. Press (indentation) and slide the battery cover down to remove. Align the claws of the battery with those of the phone and press down (make sure that the battery label is facing up). Align the claws of the cover with the slots on the phone and slide back into the phone until the lock clicks into place.
  • Page 13: Charging The Battery Pack

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 13 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Remove the battery pack. Slide the SIM card holder to the right to unlock and lift up the tray. Slide the SIM card into the tray (the gold contacts should be facing down and the angled corner positioned to the lower right).
  • Page 14 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 14 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Removing the charger from the phone: The status bar within the battery icon in the display shows the charging status. Charging (0°C - 45°C) is complete when the battery icon displays all bars and is no longer blinking.
  • Page 15: Switching On Your Phone

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 15 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM To switch on/off your phone, press and hold Enter your PIN using the number keys (the PIN appears in code as ****) and press the Jog Dial (or ) to confirm. If you do not enter a PIN code, your phone will automatically switch off after a few minutes.
  • Page 16 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 16 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM If you cannot obtain network service the reception strength may be too weak. Move to a higher elevation, a window or an open space and make sure that there is nothing obstructing the antenna.
  • Page 17: Making Calls (saving Phonebook Entries)

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 17 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Dial the complete number of the party you want to call (including the area code even when dialling locally). In case of International Calls, press and hold until “+” appears. Then enter the country code, followed by the area code and the number.
  • Page 18: Answering/ending Calls

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 18 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Press the Jog Dial (or ) to accept an incoming call. If you do not wish to answer the call, press press the Centre Key and select Busy while the phone is ringing. The call will then be rejected (the caller will hear a busy tone (network dependant) or will be diverted if a divert has been set).
  • Page 19: During A Call

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 19 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM During an incoming call, rotate the Jog Dial to adjust the ringer volume. During a call, rotate the Jog Dial to adjust the speaker volume. (Rotate up = increase volume/Rotate down = decrease volume) During an incoming call, stop the ringer by pressing the Centre Key.
  • Page 20 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 20 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Choose this option for sending DTMF tones, e.g. when using Voicemail or other services. Press and hold to clear the number and then press again to exit this option. Turn the loudspeaker on/off. For best results when using the loudspeaker, place the phone on a flat surface approx.
  • Page 21: Standard Text Entry

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 21 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM You have the possibility to enter characters: Standard Text Entry using the keypad Standard Text Entry using the Jog Dial Text Entry using the T9 fast text entry method Press the corresponding alphanumeric key multiple times until the desired character appears.
  • Page 22: T9 Text Entry

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 22 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Sample entry with T9 Text Entry: Proceed as in Create (see page 30), then In step 3, press and hold T9 mode if does not appear (or press the Centre Key and select T9). Press to shift to To type the word...
  • Page 23: Phonebook Organisation

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 23 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Your Phonebook is organised in the following sections: Phonebook Menu Voicemail (if it is set, see page 26) Search Customised Phonebook of priority entries (entries 1-9) Alphabetically-ordered Phonebook (sorted in alphabetical order) Please note that saving Customised Phonebook entries from the Phonebook Menu (New Entry) is not available.
  • Page 24: Phonebook Menu

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 24 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM The first entry in the Phonebook Menu is a place holder for your own numbers, where you can make one or more entries to store your own mobile number, etc. Depending on your SIM card, you can save multiple own number entries (including 3 numbers in the phone).
  • Page 25 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 25 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM When saving the Phonebook entries to the SIM card, the number of memory spaces depends on your SIM card. When saving the Phonebook entries to the Phone memory, you can make up to 500 entries (up to 20 characters for each name and up to 40 digits for each number).
  • Page 26: Voicemail

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 26 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Press and hold for quick access to your Voicemail. Enter the number at the prompt. Press the Jog Dial to confirm your entry. After you have set up your Voice Mail, any editing of the number can be made via the Phonebook (see also page 26 “Editing the Phonebook”).
  • Page 27 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 27 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Name editing options: to see the complete name. to change the name. to erase the name from the Phonebook. to copy the entry from one memory location to another. Number editing options: to call the number.
  • Page 28: Messaging

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 28 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM option on option off This feature offers correspondence options to read, write and send short messages (SMS). When a new message arrives, you will hear a beep which sounds different from the single beep of the ringer and see in standby mode.
  • Page 29 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 29 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Follow steps 1-3 in “Read Message” (see page 28) and select Delete. After selecting the message you want to delete, select Yes. Follow steps 1-3 in “Read Message” (see page 28) and select Reply. Choose Text Only or Text, Attach (reply the text with attachment).
  • Page 30 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 30 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Choose Create to create and send a message. Choose Text Only or Text, Attach (write the text with a picture/sound message). Create your message. : Enter the message text. : Add an attachment and enter the message text.
  • Page 31 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 31 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Settings allows you to customise outgoing messages including the format, confirmation report, etc. Select Settings from the Messaging menu, then select a Settings option using the Jog Dial. You have the following options: SIM to save the message on the recipient's SIM card.
  • Page 32 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 32 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Receive Cell broadcast messages or general messages like weather reports, traffic reports, etc. broadcast to a group of phones in a certain area. Some of these options may be network dependant. Select one of the following options: to view cell broadcast messages.
  • Page 33: Sounds

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 33 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Choose Sounds to access any sound-related option in your CMD-J7/J70, for example ringer melodies, ringer volume, enable/ disable sounds, and record your own ringer melodies or other sounds. Choose from four ringer volume levels or turn the ringer off.
  • Page 34 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 34 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Choose Set Sound to access the following sound options: Assign a sound to be heard at the following actions of your CMD-J7/J70: Receive SMS, Alarm, Scheduler Alarm, Power Up and Power Down. It is possible to record sounds using the phone's microphone.
  • Page 35: Settings

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 35 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Choose Preferences to personalise your phone according to your preferences, e.g. which language, backlight on/off, etc. When you receive your phone, it has the following default settings: Language SIM dependent Greeting Wallpaper Backlight LCD Contrast...
  • Page 36 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 36 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Select the appropriate language. As a short cut, you can also select the language by pressing *#00(country code)#. Select your default language by pressing *#0000#. The Greeting menu allows you to turn on/off or to edit the greeting message which appears when you turn your phone on.
  • Page 37 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 37 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM To perform a master reset of all of your phone's settings back to the factory settings except Phonebook, Schedule and Network/ SIM card based settings. This will automatically restart your phone. The Security options allow you to control who uses your phone as well as their calling privileges.
  • Page 38 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 38 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Limit calls made from your phone which can be useful e.g. if you lend your phone to someone else but to not want them to make international calls. The restrictions in the Call Barring menu require the barring password.
  • Page 39 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 39 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Track or control how long you are on the phone and the cost of calls made. So that Call costs can be used as a security measure e.g. when you lend your phone to someone, you must use your PIN2 as a security code when you set or change options.
  • Page 40 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 40 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Some of the following features may not be supported by some networks. Choose whether or not you want the party you are calling to see your telephone number. Select Caller ID from the Call Settings menu. Use the Jog Dial to select On, Off or Default (network default).
  • Page 41 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 41 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Answer a call by pressing any key on the keypad. Select Any Key Answer and use the Jog Dial to select On or Off. Turn the 1 Minute Beep On (Off) to be (not be) reminded by a beep in 1 minute intervals of the time you are on the phone.
  • Page 42: Divert

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 42 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM You may need to register for this service with your Network Operator/Service Provider. Select a Divert option using the Jog Dial. Select Activate to set the chosen divert condition. Select Voicemail to divert calls to your Voicemail or choose a number from the Phonebook.
  • Page 43 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 43 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM The Divert menu offers the following options: Divert all calls unconditionally (the phone will not even ring). Divert incoming calls when your phone is switched off or out of network coverage. Divert incoming calls if you do not answer the call after a certain period of time.
  • Page 44: Call History

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 44 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Provides a record and quick access of up to 10 of the last outgoing calls, up to 10 of the last incoming calls and up to 10 missed calls. (This feature is dependent on your Network Operator/Service Provider.) Use the Jog Dial to choose one of the following options: Outgoing calls,...
  • Page 45: Extras

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 45 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Choose the Extras menu to access the following sub-menus: Clock, Calculator, Games and E-Mail. Press the Jog Dial to select a city from the map (or press the Centre Key to list cities) for the following options: to change the...
  • Page 46: Calculator

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 46 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Choose from the following Clock Chime options: Beep, 8h-20h, Off. Use the Jog Dial and keypad to enter the day, month and year (DD/MM/YY) as well as the time in hours and minutes (HH/MM). If you insert a new battery, please reset the clock.
  • Page 47: Games

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 47 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Press the Centre Key when the calculator screen is displayed. Select Settings and press the Jog Dial. Select from the following: – Home Currency to set the home currency. – Foreign Currency to set the foreign currency.
  • Page 48 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 48 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Test your artistic ability with the Jog Dial as your paintbrush and the CMD- J7/J70, your canvas. Choose one of four sand colours using the keypad (1-4). Use the Jog Dial to control the position of the sand nozzle at the top of the screen (up=right, down=left).
  • Page 49: E-mail

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 49 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM You can send and read E-mail by accessing to your office E-mail server or your Internet service provider on the Internet (POP3 and SMTP are supported). You will need the specific parameters from your internet service provider in order to complete the setup.
  • Page 50 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 50 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM After selecting E-mail from the Extras menu, select Send and you can compose an E-mail. Enter the address of the person you want to send the E-mail. Subject: Enter the subject of your E-mail. Body: Compose the text of your E-mail.
  • Page 51 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 51 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM User Name: The user name to access your mail server. Password: The password to access your mail server. E-mail Address: Your E-mail address. POP3 Port: The number of the port for the mail server for the POP3 port.
  • Page 52: Scheduler

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 52 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Display the calendar, save your daily schedule and set alarms for important tasks. The monthly calendar appears as follows: : An event is scheduled for that day. Select Scheduler from the Main Menu and use the Jog Dial to select a day.
  • Page 53 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 53 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM The following options are available if you select one of the To Do Items. View details of the To Do entry. Select OK if the entry is correct. Select Complete if you have completed the To Do item.
  • Page 54: Wap Browser

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 54 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM With WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) it is possible to access a variety of information such as news or weather reports from around the world including mobile internet sites. With this phone you can access various HTML or WML internet sites.
  • Page 55 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 55 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM The browser can be configured to access WAP or HTML sites. The procedure to set up the configuration depends on the server type. See an example for WAP below. Select WAP from the Main Menu. Then select Settings.
  • Page 56 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 56 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Select Details and then Timeout to enter the default timeout value in seconds specified by your Network Operator/ Service Provider (if your Network Operator/Service Provider does not specify a value, 120 seconds should be sufficient for most Network Operators/ Service Providers).
  • Page 57 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 57 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM You can also access your Favourites while browsing (see also “While Browsing”). However, you will need to enter “wsp://” and then the URL to any WAP sites you would like to access during a WAP session. Similarly you will need to enter “http://”...
  • Page 58: Troubleshooting

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 58 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Unable to Empty battery switch on Defective battery icon Weak signal appears Outside GSM coverage area Check operator coverage map. SIM not valid Network access not allowed Try manual network search (see page 36). Call not Dialling error possible...
  • Page 59 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 59 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Difficult to hear ––– the other party Phones loses Weak signal network SIM error Damaged SIM card SIM card not Network does not recognize registered the SIM card Not able to Call barring set receive calls Divert set...
  • Page 60: Unblocking The Sim Card

    01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 60 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM If you enter the PIN code incorrectly 3 times, the SIM card is blocked. Enter the PUK and press the Jog Dial (or press Enter the new PIN (4-8 digits) and press the Jog Dial (or press Enter the new Pin code again and press the Jog Dial (or press...
  • Page 61: Declaration Of Conformity

    Directive” Applies to accessories used in vehicles confirmed by the e-mark. Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB reserves the right to make changes or improvements to any of the products described in this guide without prior notice. T9™ text input is a registered trademark of Tegic Communications Inc.
  • Page 62 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 62 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM...
  • Page 64 Sony Corporation. All Sony trademarks and copyright remain the property of Sony Corporation and are used with permission by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB. Should you have any questions regarding the product, the guarantee, or Sony Ericsson...
  • Page 65 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 65 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Timer Any Key Answer World Clock Auto Answer Conference Call Auto Redial Connection Backlight Data Services Battery Pack Divert Charging DTMF Inserting E-mail Calculator Emergency Calls Currency Converter Error Tone Call Cost Event Sounds Call History Call Hold...
  • Page 66 01GB01COV-AE4.book Page 66 Tuesday, October 16, 2001 11:59 AM Select Line Phonebook Select Network Creating Entries Selection FDN Phonebook Signal Strength Grouping Silent Mode Making Calls SIM Application Toolkit Note SIM Card Own Number Saving Entries Search Single Beep Service Dialling SMS (Messaging) Numbers 15, 37...
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