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   Summary of Contents for Mitsubishi Electric G150

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  • Page 8: Basic Operation

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Basic Operation SIM Card Installation The Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card helps your wireless network identify and communicate with your phone. It is also used for storing messages and phone numbers. You cannot use your phone without a SIM card except to dial emergency calls.
  • Page 9: Turning The Phone On

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com 5. If requested, enter your unlock code when Unlock Code? displays. If Enter Pin and Press OK displays, enter your PIN (4-8 digits) and press . For security, the digits display as asterisks. If you enter a digit incorrectly, press , and start over.
  • Page 10 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Network Selection We strongly recommend that you select automatic network selection although your phone can also select networks manually. See Network Selection Menu in Main Menu. Automatic Network Search When your phone is turned on, Searching displays. When your phone finds a network, the network name and Receiving Signal Strength Indicator icon displays.
  • Page 11: Placing Calls

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Text Messages (Short Message Service) You can use your phone to send and receive text mes- sages. If you have unretrieved messages, the Messages icon appears and the number of messages displays, followed by Text. If SIM memory for Text Messages is full, icon flashes.
  • Page 12: Emergency Calls

    Receiving Calls When you receive a call one of three things happens depending on the vibrator setting (G150 only). See “Vibrator” in the Main Menu chapter for more information. If the vibrator is turned off (default setting), the •...
  • Page 13: Volume Controls

    3. Select Ring Tones and press • If vibrator is turned on, Vibrator ON displays and the ring tone volume cannot be adjusted (G150 only). • If vibrator is turned off or vibe & ring is off, a sec- tioned line appears at bottom of the screen to indicate the volume level.
  • Page 14: Dtmf Tone Transmission

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Adjusting Handset Speaker Volume Use the volume control on the left side of the phone during conversation to adjust handset speaker volume. Adjusting Keypad Tone Volume 1. Press Right on the Express Key to display the Main Menu.
  • Page 15: Call Waiting

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Call Waiting If Call Waiting is active and you have a second call, a call waiting tone sounds, and the display changes as follows: • The first line displays 1-Actv followed by the name or the last 5 digits of the number for the person you are speaking with (if available).
  • Page 16 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com • The second line displays 2-Dial and a caller identifier (if available). • When the call connects, its status designation changes from 2-Dial to 2-Actv. To retrieve the call (the active call is put on hold), either: •...
  • Page 17 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Removing Calls From the Conference To remove a call from the conference, set up a private conversation, then select Reject in the Main Menu and press . Press or select Swap or Join in the Main Menu and press to return to the conference.
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  • Page 25: Main Menu

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Main Menu Overview Press Right on the Express Key to enter the Main Menu. Main menu items change depending on whether you are in Idle/Standby mode (phone is on and no call is placed) or in conversation.
  • Page 26: Retrieving Voice Mail

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com During conversation, you can use the Main Menu to access these options: • Hold to put active calls on hold. • Swap to toggle active and hold calls. • Reject to reject calls. •...
  • Page 27: Setting The Voice Mail Number

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Setting the Voice Mail Number 1. Select V.M. Center from the Voice Mail Menu. 2. At Number?, enter your Voice Mail Center phone number, then press Please check with your Service Provider before changing Voice Mail Number.
  • Page 28 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com • icon—you have received more than one new text message. Press Down on the Express Key to read the other messages. After reading new text messages, you can: • Reply to the message by selecting the Respond sub- menu.
  • Page 29: Writing Text Messages

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Writing Text Messages Select the Write/Send option in the Messages Menu and press to enter a message and send it. Creating New Text Messages Select Create New from the Write/Send Menu and press .
  • Page 30: Sending Text Messages

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Sending Text Messages When you have finished typing your text message, press (see previous page). Select either Send+Save; Send using Up/Down on the Express Key and press If you selected either Send+Save or Send, choose Recall No.
  • Page 31: Cell Broadcast

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Cell Broadcast Cell broadcasts are information messages (such as traffic, weather, emergencies or other event information) that are sent regularly by the network to all users in a specific area. Please check with your Service Provider about availability of Cell Broadcast messages.
  • Page 32 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com code on the keypad. Press to accept the number. 3. Press Down on the Express Key to access the second Message Type field, then select another Message Type. Repeat these steps to fill up to 5 Message Type fields.
  • Page 33: Line Selection

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Keylock Prevents keys from being pressed accidentally. When you answer a call, Keylock is temporarily suspended. When you complete the call, Keylock becomes active again. Activating/Deactivating Keylock 1. Press Right on the Express Key. 2.
  • Page 34: Call Forwarding Service

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Naming Lines You can name Line 1 “BUSINESS,” for example, and Line 2 “PRIVATE.” By default, Line 1 and Line 2 display (if you have two lines). 1. Select Line 1 Tag or Line 2 Tag from the two lines menu.
  • Page 35: Activating Call Forwarding

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Activating Call Forwarding 1. Select Forwarding from the Services Menu and press 2. Select the call forwarding condition and press 3. Select Activate and press 4. Choose either Recall No. to recall forwarding number from memory (see Retrieving Numbers by Name chapter) or Enter No.
  • Page 36 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Activating Call Barring 1. Select Barring from the Services Menu and press 2. Select either Outgoing or Incoming from the Call Barring Menu and press 3. Select one of the following Call Barring options according to information on your SIM (some options may not be displayed;...
  • Page 37: Changing The Call Barring Password

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Changing the Call Barring Password 1. Select Change PW from the Call Barring Menu. 2. Enter your old password at Old Password?; press 3. Enter the new password twice at New Password?. Press each time.
  • Page 38: Closed User Group

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Closed User Group Contact your Service Provider for more information. 1. Press Right on the Express Key. 2. Select Security and press 3. Select the CUG (Closed User Group) menu and press to get into the Closed User Group menu. To activate a Closed User Group In the CUG menu select either: •...
  • Page 39 1. Press Right on the Express Key to select Main Menu. 2. Select Settings and press to select Settings Menu. Vibrator (G150 only) 1. Select Alert Type from the Settings Menu and press 2. Select Vibrator and press 3. Make your selection from the following and press •...
  • Page 40 • If vibrator is turned on, Vibrator ON displays for 2 seconds, then returns to the previous menu. Ring tone ramping cannot be activated (G150 only). • If vibrator is turned off or set to vibe & ring, select On and press .
  • Page 41: Ring Tone Volume

    2. Select Ring Tones and press • If vibrator is turned on, Vibrator ON displays and the ring tone volume cannot be adjusted (G150 only). • If vibrator is turned off or vibe & ring is off, a sec- tioned line appears at bottom of the screen to indicate the volume level.
  • Page 42: Display Contrast

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Display Contrast The display visibility depends on the contrast level of the screen. 1. Select Contrast from the Settings Menu and press 2. Use Right and Left on the Express Key to increase or decrease contrast.
  • Page 43: Phone Setup

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Phone Setup You can save your settings in Default memory. Factory default settings are also available. • Save New—save current settings as default settings. Select Yes to replace old settings. • Recall Old— to return all settings to default. •...
  • Page 44 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Prefix When enabled, the prefix is inserted when you dial a number. 1. Select Prefix from the Settings Menu and press 2. Select New Prefix and press , then enter the desired prefix (up to 10 digits) when Enter New Prefix displays.
  • Page 45: Viewing Call Costs

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Viewing Call Costs 1. Select Show Costs and press 2. Use Down on the Express Key to view your total call charges. Resetting Call Costs 1. Select Call Costs from the Talk Timers Menu and press 2.
  • Page 46: About Passwords

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com About Passwords Several passwords can be used to enhance the security of your phone: • Personal Identification Numbers (PIN)—which are stored on the SIM card: – PIN—to prevent unauthorized access of your SIM card.
  • Page 47: Fixed Dial

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Enabling and Disabling the PIN Setting 1. Select PIN Setting from the Security Menu. Press 2. Select Yes and press when Enable (or Disable) PIN? displays. 3. When Enter PIN displays, enter your PIN on the keypad and press Changing the PIN or PIN2 1.
  • Page 48 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Network Selection In Automatic Network Selection, the phone registers (by default) on the first available network from the following priority list: • Last Registered Network (if available from SIM) • Home Network • Networks in the user-created Preferred Network List •...
  • Page 49 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Displaying Your Home Network Select Displ. Home from the Network Menu. Conversation Main Menu The Conversation Mode Menu is available during a call. Press RIGHT on the Express Key to enter the Main Menu.
  • Page 50: Desktop Rapid Charger

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Supplemental Information Service If questions or problems arise, call your service provider. Accessories AC Rapid Charging Adapter An AC Rapid Charging Adapter is included for battery charg- ing. Plug the adapter into a wall outlet and into the jack on the left side of your phone.
  • Page 51: Carrying Case

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com PCMCIA Card and Cable A PCMCIA Data/Fax Card and Cable is available that allow you to connect your phone to a PC. The PCMCIA card works like a modem and can be used for faxing, e- mail, and data transmission (when a network supports these features).
  • Page 52 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Safety Information for Wireless Handheld Phones WARNING!! Please do not use your Mitsubishi wireless telephone if you may be distracted from another activity (such as driving a motor vehicle or walking across the street) and create a safety hazard to yourself and others.
  • Page 53: Antenna Care

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com For example, over 120 scientists, engineers, and physi- cians from universities, government health agencies, and industry reviewed the available body of research to develop the ANSI Standard (C95.1). The design of your phone complies with the FCC guide- lines (and those standards).
  • Page 54: Phone Operation

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Phone Operation NORMAL POSITION: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone with the antenna pointed up and over your shoulder. TIPS ON EFFICIENT OPERATION: For your phone to operate most efficiently: •...
  • Page 55 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Persons with pacemakers: • Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON; • Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket • Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for interference •...
  • Page 56: Blasting Areas

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Posted Facilities Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so require. Aircraft FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Switch your phone OFF before boarding an aircraft. Blasting Areas To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when in a blasting area, or in areas posted...
  • Page 57: Troubleshooting

    All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com Troubleshooting What To Do If … Your phone does not work at all when switched on... If you are using a handheld phone... Recharge the battery before use or replace it. If you are using a handsfree adapter in a vehicle... A battery is required to use the handsfree adapter;...
  • Page 58 All manuals and user guides at all-guides.com “PIN is no longer valid” displays... “PIN is no longer valid” displays... “PIN is no longer valid” displays... “PIN is no longer valid” displays... “PIN is no longer valid” displays... You entered a wrong PIN number several times. Contact your Service Provider to unlock your SIM.

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