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Online User's Guide
Single-Band PCS Phone
Model SH-P300

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  Summary of Contents for Hitachi SH-P300

  • Page 1 Online User’s Guide Single-Band PCS Phone Model SH-P300...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Features of Your SH-P300 ........
  • Page 3 Selecting Ringer Types for Voicemail/Messaging ......35 Setting Alerts ............36 Changing Your Standby Mode Display .
  • Page 4 Controlling Roaming Charges Using Call Guard ......59 2E. Navigating Through Menus ........61 Menu Navigation .
  • Page 5 When the Time for a Scheduled Event is Reached ......93 Viewing Events ............93 Editing Event Items .
  • Page 6 Playing Melodies ........... . 112 Adjusting the Volume .
  • Page 7 Retrieving Your Voicemail Messages ........145 Voicemail Options .
  • Page 8 Creating Your Own Address Book ......... . 178 Making a Call With PCS Voice Command .
  • Page 10: Welcome To Sprint

    Welcome to Sprint print built the largest all-PCS nationwide network with advanced multimedia services and clear calls, reaching more than 230 million people for clarity you can see and hear. We built our network to give you what we believe you really want from a wireless phone, clear sound, private conversations and time-saving features.
  • Page 12: Introduction To This Online User's Guide

    Introduction to this Online User’s Guide his Online User’s Guide introduces you to PCS Service and all the features of your new phone. It’s divided into four sections: Getting Started Section 1: Understanding Your Phone Section 2: Using PCS Service Features Section 3: Safety Guidelines and Warranty Information Section 4:...
  • Page 14: Section 1: Getting Started

    Section 1 Getting Started Section 1 Getting Started...
  • Page 16: Setting Up Service

    Section 1A Setting Up Service In This Section Getting Started With PCS Service Setting Up Your Voicemail Getting Help his section walks you through the basics of setting up service for your PCS Phone, including unlocking and activating your phone, setting up your voicemail and how to contact Sprint for assistance with your PCS Service.
  • Page 17: Getting Started With Pcs Service

    Getting Started With PCS Service Determine if Your Phone is Already Activated If you received your phone in the mail or purchased it at a Sprint Store, it probably has been activated. All you need to do is unlock your phone. If your phone is not activated, please refer to the Start Here Guide included with your phone.
  • Page 18: Setting Up Your Voicemail

    Setting Up Your Voicemail All unanswered calls to your PCS Phone are automatically transferred to voicemail, even if your phone is in use or turned off. Therefore, you will want to set up your voicemail and personal greeting as soon as your PCS Phone is activated.
  • Page 19 PCS Customer Service Solutions Claire, your virtual service representative is also available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Visit her at logging on and clicking on Claire’s Directory for Service Solutions. Receiving Automated Invoicing Information For your convenience, your phone gives you access to invoicing information on your PCS Account.
  • Page 20: Section 2: Understanding Your Phone

    Section 2 Understanding Your Phone Section 2 Understanding Your Phone...
  • Page 22: Your Pcs Phone - The Basics

    Section 2A Your PCS Phone – The Basics In This Section Parts Name Viewing the Display Screen Features of Your SH-P300 Turning Your Phone ON and OFF Using the Battery Displaying Your Phone Number and Version Information Using the Key Guard...
  • Page 23: Parts Name

    Parts Name The voice on the other end sounds clearest when the 1. Antenna: antenna is all the way up. 2. Environment Switch: 3. Headset Jack: 4. Light Sensor: ringer or reduce the ringer volume when brightening is detected (for example, when you take the phone out of your pocket) or to turn on the backlight according to the ambient light level.
  • Page 24 6. LED (green/orange/red light): have incoming calls. And flashes red while charging; when charging is completed, the lamp turns green. Displays phone status icons, menus, functions, etc. 7. Display Screen: Scrolls through the menu options, Phone Book list, Call 8. Cursor Key: History list, etc.
  • Page 25: Viewing The Display Screen

    20.Charge Terminal: charger. 21.External Connection Terminal: Also used to connect the phone to a PC. Viewing the Display Screen This list identifies the symbols you’ll see on your display screen. shows your current signal strength. The more lines you have, the stronger your signal. lights in Airplane mode.
  • Page 26: Features Of Your Sh-P300

    Options (It means, “Press the soft key (left/right) corresponding to Features of Your SH-P300 Congratulations on the purchase of your PCS Phone SH-P300. This phone is lightweight, easy-to-use, reliable and offers many significant features and service options: Provides access to other PCS digital networks where Sprint has implemented roaming agreements (page 57).
  • Page 27: Turning Your Phone On And Off

    “Get New” function provides you quick access to download images (pictures), sounds (melody), applications or games to the phone from Web site (page 110). Voice Memo function can record your voice in the Standby mode (page 118). Speed Dialing lets you call the phone number stored in the Phone Book by one touch dialing (page 86).
  • Page 28: Using The Battery

    Tip: The Power Save feature helps to conserve your battery power when you are in an area where there is no signal. Turning Your Phone OFF Press and hold E until you see “Powering off” on the display. Your screen remains blank while your phone is off (unless the battery is charging).
  • Page 29 Place the battery in the body so that the tabs on the battery and the slots in the phone are aligned. While pushing the battery up, press it into the body. Fit the tabs on the top of the battery cover into the slots of the body. While pushing the battery cover in direction C, align it with the body and press down D in the middle of the cover until you hear it catch.
  • Page 30 Removing the Battery Follow these easy steps, to remove the battery: Make sure the power is off so that you don’t lose any stored numbers or messages. Push the lock button in direction A to unlock the battery cover. Grasp the cover on both sides next to the mark where it sticks out and remove the lid as in B.
  • Page 31 Warning!: Using the wrong battery charger could cause damage to your phone and void the warranty. Using the Travel Charger To use the travel charger provided with your phone: Open the External Connection Terminal cover of your phone. Plug the travel charger into a wall outlet. Plug the other end of the travel charger into the bottom of your phone, with the battery installed.
  • Page 32: Displaying Your Phone Number And Version Information

    Displaying Your Phone Number and Version Information Just in case you forget your own phone number, your PCS Phone can remind you. You can also check your current user name or the version number of the software, hardware, PRL (Preferred Roaming List) and Browser installed on your PCS Phone.
  • Page 33: Using The Environment Switch

    Using the Environment Switch Your PCS Phone has 3 operating modes which differ in the way calls and messages are received. You can set the mode, simply by putting the switch in the up, middle or bottom positions, providing a quick and easy way to select modes suited to various places and situations.
  • Page 34: Setting Your Pcs Phone To Airplane Mode

    Setting Your PCS Phone to Airplane Mode If you set your PCS Phone to Airplane mode, you will be unable to receive calls or messages even when you are in a Sprint service area. However, you will still be able to make emergency calls. To switch to Airplane mode: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu.
  • Page 35: Making And Answering Calls

    Making and Answering Calls Making Calls Your PCS Phone offers many different ways to make calls, including PCS Voice Command Dialing (page 115) and using Call History (page 69). To make a call using your keypad: Make sure your phone is on. Enter a phone number.
  • Page 36: Answering Calls

    Answering Calls Make sure your phone is on. If your phone is off, incoming calls go to voicemail. When a call comes in, answer the call by pressing T. Depending on your settings, your PCS Phone notifies you of incoming calls in the following ways: The phone rings and/or vibrates.
  • Page 37: Adjusting Volume During A Conversation

    Adjusting Volume During a Conversation Whether you need to hear more or less of a conversation, adjust the volume during a call. Move the cursor key upward or downward. Missed Call Notification When an incoming call is not answered, the Missed Call log is displayed on your screen.
  • Page 38: Dialing Options

    To dial phone numbers with pauses: Enter the phone number. Press to display the option menu. Options Highlight either Hard Pause [P] Hard Pauses are displayed as a “P” and Time Pauses as a “T”. Enter additional numbers. When finished, press T. When dialing a number with a hard pause, press T to send the next set of numbers.
  • Page 39: End-Of-Call Options

    3-Way Calling Calling” on page 149.) Speaker Phone of the phone. Warning!: Due to higher volume levels, do not place the phone near your ear during Speakerphone use. Note: It is recommended that this function is used in a quiet place. Scratch Pad Note of a Phone Number During a Call”...
  • Page 40: Changing Your Phone's Settings

    Section 2B Changing Your Phone’s Settings In This Section Adjusting the Phone’s Volume Settings Ringer Types Setting Alerts Changing Your Standby Mode Display Changing Display Color Changing the Contrast Changing the Animation Changing the Backlight Settings Changing the Greeting Setting the Sleep Mode Changing the Clock Size Changing the Illumination Settings Setting the Location Information...
  • Page 41: Adjusting The Phone's Volume Settings

    Adjusting the Phone’s Volume Settings Note: Volume settings can be set independently in the Environment and Normal mode, excluding receiver volume, and are not available in the Silent All mode. Changing Ringer Volume To change the ringer volume: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu.
  • Page 42: Changing Key Volume

    Changing Key Volume To change the key volume: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu. Select the Settings Highlight and press Sounds Highlight and press Volume Highlight Key Beep Move the cursor key upward or downward to select your desired volume level and press Changing Wakeup Tone You can change the volume of wakeup tone (sounds when you turn the...
  • Page 43: Ringer Types

    Highlight Receiver Move the cursor key upward or downward to select your desired volume level and press Tip: You can change the receiver volume during a conversation, by moving the cursor key upward or downward. Ringer Types Ringer types help you identify incoming calls and messages. You can assign ringer types to individual phone book entries (See “Adding a New Internal Phone Book Entry”...
  • Page 44: Selecting Ringer Types For Voicemail/Messaging

    Highlight and press Melody Highlight your desired ringer type and press Highlight Downloads downloaded files (if you have downloaded data) and press If you have chosen a ringer type that allows for changing the tempo, highlight and press Tempo Highlight your desired ringer tempo and press Selecting Ringer Types for Voicemail/Messaging To select a ringer type for Voicemail/Messaging: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display...
  • Page 45: Setting Alerts

    Setting Alerts Your phone comes with the following two options to keep you aware of what’s going on by sounding the alert. Service Change are leaving a Sprint PCS Service area and starting to Roam. sets the alert to ON or OFF to let you know when you have Voicemail received a voicemail message.
  • Page 46: Changing Display Color

    Highlight one of items from press Highlight Downloads downloaded files (if you have downloaded data) and press Note: If you press View Move the cursor key upward or downward to preview other wallpapers. Press to make your selection. Changing Display Color Three different display color settings are available.
  • Page 47: Changing The Animation

    Changing the Animation This feature lets you change the animation for these options. Screen Saver sets an animation when turning the phone on. Power ON sets an animation when turning the phone off. Power OFF Web Connection Setting Screen Saver Tip: Screen Savers can be downloaded right to your phone.
  • Page 48: Changing Power On/Power Off Animation

    Changing Power ON/Power OFF Animation To change the power on/power off animation: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu. Select the Settings Highlight Display Highlight Animation Highlight Power ON Highlight Type1 Tip: If you press you can preview the animation highlighted.
  • Page 49: Changing The Backlight Settings

    Changing the Backlight Settings Setting the backlight for the display, cursor key and numeric buttons. Changing the Bright Time The backlight setting lets you select how long the display screen and keypad are backlit after any key press is made. To change the backlight setting: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu.
  • Page 50 Highlight your desired option Setting the Battery Save Using the Battery Save function saves battery power by changing the brightness of the backlight and how long it stays lit. Follow these steps: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu.
  • Page 51: Changing The Greeting

    Changing the Greeting The greeting can be up to 16 characters and is displayed on the screen, just above the left soft key in Standby mode. To change your greeting: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu.
  • Page 52: Changing The Illumination Settings

    From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu. Select the Settings Highlight Display Highlight Clock Size Highlight your desired clock size and press Changing the Illumination Settings When receiving an incoming call, the back illumination of the phone blinks in seven colors to alert you.
  • Page 53: Setting The Location Information

    Highlight Illumination Highlight Bright Speed Highlight your desired bright speed and press Editing the Blink Pattern To edit your original illumination blink pattern: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu. Select the Settings Highlight Display...
  • Page 54: Using Any Key Answer

    Highlight Location Scroll the display by moving the cursor key downward until shown. Press Highlight and press Scroll the display by moving the cursor key downward until shown. Press To disable this feature, highlight Note: Automatic Location Identification (ALI) cannot be disabled for enhanced 911 (E911) emergency calls.
  • Page 55: Using Auto Answer

    Using Auto Answer This feature sets the phone to automatically pick up after 1 to 30 seconds. This feature only works with the headset (must be purchased separately). To activate this feature: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu.
  • Page 56: Setting The Ringer To Silent Or Reduced Volume When Taking The Phone Out Of Your Bag

    Setting the Ringer to Silent or Reduced Volume When Taking the Phone Out of Your Your phone can automatically stop ringer or lower the volume when you take your phone out of your bag, the inner pocket of your jacket, or other dark places.
  • Page 57 Note: When Español is selected, text input is changed to Spanish (see “Entering Characters by Tapping the Keypad” on page 75). Note: There are some items that display in English only, such as the clock display. Note: To change the display language while browsing the Web, set the language and then turn your PCS phone off and back on.
  • Page 58: Setting Your Phone's Security

    Section 2C Setting Your Phone’s Security In This Section Accessing the Security Menu Locking Your Phone Unlocking Your Phone Changing the Lock Code Calling in Lock Mode Locking the Use of Web Locking Mails Restricting Calls Storing Special Numbers Setting the Secret Mode Erasing the Entire Internal Phone Book Resetting Your Phone Security Features for PCS Vision...
  • Page 59: Accessing The Security Menu

    Accessing the Security Menu You must enter your lock code to view the Security menu. The lock code consists of four digits, and the default code is the last four digits of ESN (see the Start Here Guide) before activating your phone, and then after, the last four digits of your phone number.
  • Page 60: Unlocking Your Phone

    Unlocking Your Phone To unlock your phone: From the Locked display, press Enter lock code. If you want to cancel the “On Power-up” setting, highlight instead at the step 2 in “Locking Your Phone” previously. Changing the Lock Code To change your lock code: From the Security menu, highlight Enter your new lock code.
  • Page 61: Locking Mails

    Locking Mails Set your phone to prompt you for your lock code before using Mail functions (Messaging, Email). Messaging can still be received. To lock mail function: From the Security menu, highlight Highlight To enable again, highlight Restricting Calls You can restrict which phone numbers you can receive calls from or dial. (The Restrict Calls setting does not apply to 911 or PCS Customer Service Solutions.) To restrict calls:...
  • Page 62: Storing Special Numbers

    Storing Special Numbers You can save three special numbers in addition to your Internal Phone Book entries (the same number may be in both directories). You can make and receive calls from special numbers even when your phone is locked. To add or replace a special number: From the Security menu, highlight Highlight the entry number where you would like to store the number...
  • Page 63: Erasing The Entire Internal Phone Book

    Erasing the Entire Internal Phone Book This function erases the Internal Phone Book and all Special #s data. To erase the entire Internal Phone Book: From the Security menu, highlight If you’re sure you want to erase your Phone Book, highlight press To cancel, highlight Resetting Your Phone...
  • Page 64: Signing In And Out Of Pcs Vision Services

    Select the Settings Highlight Internet Highlight Password Prompt Highlight Always Prompt To have your phone automatically submit your PCS Vision password each time it connects to PCS Vision Services: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu.
  • Page 65 To sign in to PCS Vision Services: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu. Select the Settings Highlight Internet Highlight Sign In A message will appear. Press Enter your PCS Vision password if necessary. Section 2: Understanding Your Phone 2C: Setting Your Phone’s Security icon and press...
  • Page 66: Controlling Your Roaming Experience

    Section 2D Controlling Your Roaming Experience In This Section Understanding Roaming Setting Your Phone’s Roam Mode Controlling Roaming Charges Using Call Guard oaming is the ability to make or receive calls while you’re off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network. Your new single band PCS Phone works anywhere on the enhanced Sprint Nationwide PCS Network and allows you to roam on PCS CDMA networks where compatible wireless service is available.
  • Page 67: Understanding Roaming

    Understanding Roaming Recognizing Icon on the Display Screen Your phone’s display screen always lets you know when you’re off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network and start roaming by displaying the icon. Tip: Remember, when you are using your phone off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network, always dial numbers using 11 digits (1 + area code + number).
  • Page 68: Controlling Roaming Charges Using Call Guard

    Highlight Roaming Highlight Set Mode Highlight Automatic This setting seeks Sprint PCS Service. When Sprint PCS Automatic: Service is unavailable, the phone searches for an alternative system. This setting allows you to select the enhanced Sprint Sprint: Nationwide PCS Network only and prevents roaming on other networks.
  • Page 69 To Place Roaming Calls With Call Guard On: From the Standby mode, dial 1 + area code + the seven-digit number (You can also initiate a call from the Internal Phone Book, Call History or Messaging). Press T (or press A warning message displays.
  • Page 70: Navigating Through Menus

    Section 2E Navigating Through Menus In This Section Menu Navigation Menu Structure Viewing the Menus Menu Navigation in the Top Menu Using Shortcuts Automatic Pop-up Window Display Checking the Guide for the Operation Procedure his section is a road map to using your PCS Phone. Every function and feature can be accessed through a menu.
  • Page 71: Menu Navigation

    Menu Navigation Your PCS Phone allows you to scroll through menus quickly and easily. To navigate through the menu: From the Standby mode, press Highlight your desired menu option by moving the cursor key upward or downward. The menu runs over 2 screens. Press (Soft Key left).
  • Page 72: Viewing The Menus

    Viewing the Menus Menu Diagram Menus let you check or change your phone settings. The following outline shows your phone’s menu structure. Call History Outgoing Calls Incoming Calls Missed Calls Erase Calls Phone Book Find Name Add New Entry Speed Dial #s Edit GroupName Services Voicemail...
  • Page 73 Settings Sounds Volume Ringer Alarm / Schedule Key Beep Wakeup Tone Receiver Ringer Type Voice Calls Voicemail Messaging Alerts Service Change Voicemail Messaging Minute Display Wallpaper Color Contrast Animation Screen Saver Power ON Power OFF Web Connection Backlight Bright Time Light Sensor Battery Save Applications...
  • Page 74 Internet Sign In/Sign Out Net Guard Password Prompt Roaming Set Mode Call Guard Location Security Lock Phone Change Lock Lock Web Lock Mail Limit Use Outgoing Calls Incoming Calls Special #s Secret Mode ErasePhoneBook Reset Phone Airplane Mode Text Input Edit TextClips Edit Smiley:) Others...
  • Page 75: Menu Navigation In The Top Menu

    My Shortcut Help Key Guard Menu Navigation in the Top Menu You can quickly access the various phone operations by selecting an icon in the Top menu. The Top menu initially consists of 5 icons, the center icon being the Settings icon.
  • Page 76: Using Shortcuts

    Working with Top Menu From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key. Select the icon for the function you want to use and press Key left). Tip: In the Top menu, you can display the Calendar by pressing the (Soft Key Right).
  • Page 77: Checking The Guide For The Operation Procedure

    Checking the Guide for the Operation Procedure This function displays explanations of key operations. This function allows you to check the operation method when the User Guide is not handy. From the Standby mode, press Highlight Help Scroll up or down to display the information on the key operation you want to check.
  • Page 78: Managing Call History

    Section 2F Managing Call History In This Section Viewing History Call History Options Making a Call From Call History Erasing Call History he Call History helps you manage your time more effectively. It keeps track of incoming calls, calls made from your PCS Phone and missed calls.
  • Page 79: Viewing History

    Viewing History You’ll find your Call History invaluable. It is a list of the last 20 phone numbers or Internal Phone Book entries for calls you placed, accepted or missed. Call History makes redialing a number fast and easy. It is continually updated as new numbers are added to the beginning of the list and the oldest entries are removed from the bottom of the list.
  • Page 80: Making A Call From Call History

    Making a Call From Call History To place a call from Call History: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Call History Highlight either Outgoing Calls and press Highlight the entry you want to call by scrolling through the list. Press T. Press TALK Note:...
  • Page 81 Section 2: Understanding Your Phone 2F: Managing Call History...
  • Page 82: Using The Internal Phone Book

    Section 2G Using the Internal Phone Book In This Section Selecting a Character Input Mode Entering Text Clips Entering Smileys Using Copy/Cut/Paste Option Menu during Text Input Adding a New Internal Phone Book Entry Finding Internal Phone Book Entries Dialing from an Internal Phone Book Memory Location Editing the Internal Phone Book Erasing Stored Entries Assigning Names to Internal Phone Book Groups...
  • Page 83: Selecting A Character Input Mode

    Selecting a Character Input Mode Your PCS Phone provides convenient ways to enter words, letters, punctuation and numbers whenever you are prompted to enter text (for example, when adding an Internal Phone Book entry). To change the character input mode: In a text entry field, press the center of the cursor key.
  • Page 84: Entering Characters By Tapping The Keypad

    Entering Characters by Tapping the Keypad To enter characters by tapping the keypad, select the “Selecting a Character Input Mode” on page 74). Press the corresponding key until the desired character appears. By default, the first letter of a word is capitalized and following letters are lowercase. Characters scroll in the following order: B Back-space All clear (by pressing and hold) 1 .,@1?!*# 1 (by pressing and hold)
  • Page 85: Entering Symbols

    4 ghií4 5 jkl5 6 mnoóñ6 6 (by pressing and hold) 7 pqrs7 8 tuvúü8 9 wxyz9 S One-character-shifted 0 0,Next(T9 mode) 0 (by pressing and hold) s Space Entering Symbols To enter a symbol: In a text entry field, press Highlight Symbols Highlight your desired symbol by using the cursor key, and press...
  • Page 86: Entering Smileys

    Editing Text Clips To edit text clips: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu. Select the Settings Highlight Text Input Highlight Edit TextClips Highlight the text clip you want to edit, and press Edit the text clip and press Highlight and press...
  • Page 87: Using Copy/Cut/Paste

    Editing Smileys To edit a Smiley: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu. Select the Settings Highlight Text Input Highlight Edit Smiley:) Highlight the Smiley you want to edit, and press Edit the Smiley and press Highlight Using Copy/Cut/Paste...
  • Page 88: Option Menu During Text Input

    Option Menu during Text Input Searches for a name in the Phone Book and then pastes Copy from:: the name. Enters symbols. Symbols: Enters from text clips. Text Clips: Enters Smileys. Smileys:): Selects text and copies/cuts the selected text. Copy / Cut: Pastes text that was copied/cut.
  • Page 89 Highlight Phone Book Highlight Add New Entry Highlight Name Enter a name, and press Highlight Phone #1 Enter the phone number and press Highlight the appropriate phone type and press Select an additional category and press Stored in the Internal Phone Book” below.) Enter the additional information and press Press Save...
  • Page 90 You can allocate entries to groups. This makes entry Group Name: retrieval easier by classifying the Phone Book entries. You can assign any name you like to a group. (See “Assigning Names to Internal Phone Book Groups” on page 86). Stores a ringer type.
  • Page 91: Finding Internal Phone Book Entries

    Finding Internal Phone Book Entries There are several ways to display your Internal Phone Book entries. Follow the steps outlined in the sections below to display entries from the Internal Phone Book menu. Tip: You can search the Internal Phone Book entries even during a call. Finding Names You can review all the entries stored in your Internal Phone Book or find an entry quickly by following these simple steps:...
  • Page 92 Finding Entry #s To find an Internal Phone Book entry by its entry number: Move the cursor key right to display the Find Name screen. Press Options Highlight Search Method Highlight Find Entry #s Enter the entry number of your desired entry. Press Find or move the cursor key upward or downward to display the...
  • Page 93 Options After a Phone Book Search When you display an Internal Phone Book list, highlight your desired entry and press . Highlight one of the options and press Options Dials the phone number. (If multiple phone numbers are stored, Call: the phone number set as the Priority number is called.) Add Speed Dial: Dial entry.
  • Page 94: Dialing From An Internal Phone Book Memory Location

    Dialing from an Internal Phone Book Memory Location You can use the procedure below to make a call directly from the Phone Book. To make a call from the Phone Book: Search the Phone Book and move the cursor key upward or downward to highlight the entry you want to call.
  • Page 95: Erasing Stored Entries

    Erasing Stored Entries To erase an entry from your Internal Phone Book: Display the details screen for the Phone Book entry you want to delete. Press Options Highlight Erase Entry Highlight Assigning Names to Internal Phone Book Groups You can assign a name of your choice to each of the Phone Book groups. To assign a group name: From the Standby mode, press Highlight...
  • Page 96 Highlight your desired number and press Enter a name and press Enter a phone number and press From the Standby mode, press Highlight Phone Book Highlight Speed Dial #s Highlight your desired number and press Highlight From PhoneBook Search the Phone Book. Highlight your desired entry and press Highlight your desired phone number and press Using Speed Dial Numbers...
  • Page 97: Speed Dialing Directly From Phonebook Entry Numbers

    Speed Dialing Directly from Phonebook Entry Numbers You can use Speed Dial to call phone numbers stored under Phone Book entry numbers 00 to 99 just by entering the last 2 digits of the entry number. To make a call using Speed Dial: Enter an entry number and press When you enter the entry number, press and hold the 2nd digit.
  • Page 98: Personal Organizer

    Section 2H Personal Organizer In This Section Setting the Time/Date Managing Schedules Using the Task List Using Your PCS Phone as a Notepad Making a Note of a Phone Number During a Call Using Your PCS Phone as a Wake-up Alarm Using the Calculator Managing Data Playing Downloaded Melodies...
  • Page 99: Setting The Time/Date

    Setting the Time/Date In a no service area, it’s necessary to set the actual time and date in order to use Calendar functions. Time/Date settings are available from 12:00 AM, Jan 1, 1998 to 11:59 PM, Dec 31, 2097. To set the Time/Date manually: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Tools...
  • Page 100: Resetting Holidays

    To select a date, highlight the date and press To select a day of the week, press When setting a date, highlight When setting a day of the week, highlight the desired day of the week and press Press B to finish the settings and return to the calendar display. Press M and W to scroll by month through the Calendar.
  • Page 101 Highlight one of the following event details, and press (Input required) Enter a summary of your event (up to 40 Summary: characters). Type and Frequency can be selected. Schedule the start day and time. All day can be selected Start Time: instead of a Start time.
  • Page 102: When The Time For A Scheduled Event Is Reached

    When the Time for a Scheduled Event is Reached There are several ways your PCS Phone alerts you of scheduled events: The Alarm Melody sounds. An animated cartoon is displayed. The backlight lights and the event details are displayed. To stop the alarm tone: , T, E or any of the numeric keys.
  • Page 103: Editing Event Items

    Tip: You can change the calendar display from a monthly display to a weekly display. From the calendar display, press Display WEEK → Press calendar display, press Editing Event Items To change an event: From the event list display, highlight the event you want to edit. Press Options Highlight...
  • Page 104: Schedule Options

    Schedule Options On monthly calendar, weekly calendar, event list and event details displays, you can display the following menu options by pressing . (Menu options vary for each display.) Options Adds a new event. (See “Adding an Event to the Add New Entry: Schedule”...
  • Page 105: Using The Task List

    Using the Task List You can use the Task List to manage tasks you have to perform. Storing a New Task Your PCS Phone can store and manage up to 50 Task items. To add an entry to your Task List: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Tools...
  • Page 106: When The Time Limit For A Task Is Reached

    When the Time Limit for a Task is Reached There are several ways your PCS Phone alerts you of stored tasks for which completion has not been recorded by the specified Limit Time. By displaying task’s summary and limit time. By illuminating the backlight on the LCD.
  • Page 107: Editing Task Details

    Editing Task Details To change a Task item: From the Task List display, highlight the entry you want to edit and press View Press Options Highlight Edit Highlight the item you want to edit and press Edit the item and press Press Save Highlight...
  • Page 108: Task Options

    Tip: When you use Erase Done or Erase All, you do not need to select the tasks to be erased. Task Options When you display the Task list, highlight the desired entry and press . Then highlight one of the options and press Options Adds a new task.
  • Page 109: Using Your Pcs Phone As A Notepad

    Using Your PCS Phone as a Notepad You can use your PCS Phone as a notepad for recording memos. You can store up to 10 memos each consisting of up to 56 characters. Storing New Memos and Editing Existing Memos To store a new memo or edit an existing memo: From the Standby mode, press Highlight...
  • Page 110: Notepad Options

    Notepad Options When you display the Notepad list, highlight the desired entry and press . Then highlight one of the options and press Options Edits or stores a Notepad entry. (See “Storing New Memos and Edit: Editing Existing Memos” on page 100.) Erases an entry.
  • Page 111: Scratch Pad Options

    Scratch Pad Options When you display a Scratch Pad list, highlight the desired entry and press . Then highlight one of the options and press Options Dials the recorded phone number. Call: Save Phone #: Phone Book. (See “Using the Internal Phone Book” on page 73.) Displays the details of the recorded phone number.
  • Page 112: Alarm Operation

    The alarm sounds at the specified time every day. You must Daily: specify a time. The alarm sounds on the specified day at the specified time Weekly: every week. You must specified the day of the week and the time. You can specify more than one day of the week.
  • Page 113: Canceling Or Erasing An Alarm

    Tip: Even if you switch the PCS Phone off, the phone will be turned on and the alarm sounds. Tip: The alarm tone automatically stops after 60 seconds. Canceling or Erasing an Alarm To cancel or erase an alarm: From the Alarm List display, highlight the entry you want to cancel or erase and press Highlight Release...
  • Page 114: Calculator Options

    B key: Clear the displayed number. Press and hold to clear all the data. S key: Show as a percentage. s key: Show amount including tax (shows the tax- inclusive value for a specified tax rate). Calculator Options When you display the Calculator, press options and then press Copies the displayed number.
  • Page 115 Folder name Games Ringer-Audio Screen Savers Applications Other vCard vCalendar *1 “.vcf” and “.vcs” files can be used on a personal computer. Section 2: Understanding Your Phone 106 2H: Personal Organizer Data type Extensions All data Java Jar, JAD CMX (Ringer, PMD, Mid Anime &...
  • Page 116: Playing Stored Data Back

    Playing Stored Data Back Use the procedure below to play back saved melody data or display saved image data. You can also start up games and applications in the same way. To play data back: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Downloads Highlight...
  • Page 117: Specifying Data

    Specifying Data You can specify which functions can use the data being played back. (See “Data That Can be Managed in Data Folders” on page 105.) Specifying the functions that can use data: Press Apply played back. Highlight the function you want to assign to the data and press Depending on the selected function, one of the following operations is performed: Wallpaper:...
  • Page 118: Displaying Vcard/Vcalendar Details

    Displaying vCard/vCalendar Details You can view the details of the vCard data (Internal Phone Book) and the vCalendar data (Calendar or Task List). Viewing vCard Data Details To view vCard data details: In the Downloads folder list screen, highlight Highlight the desired file by scrolling up or down and then press View Highlight the desired item and press Highlight the desired detail and press...
  • Page 119: Erasing Data

    Make Task List: Task List data is displayed). Connects to the URL stored in the data. URL Jump: Compose an e-mail to the stored e-mail address (only while Email: Internal Phone Book data is displayed). Erasing Data To erase data: From the screen listing the data in the folder, highlight the data you want to erase and press Highlight...
  • Page 120: Options During Folder Content Data List Display

    Options During Folder Content Data List Display While the list showing the data in a folder is displayed, highlight the desired data and press press Sets or deletes data. (See “Specifying Data” on page 108.) Apply To:: Erases the highlighted data. (See “Erasing Data” on page 110.) Erase: Renames the data (up to 40 characters).
  • Page 121: Playing Melodies

    Playing Melodies Melodies are played in the order in which they were stored in the Jukebox. To play a melody: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Tools Highlight Jukebox Highlight Play During playback, press to skip to the next melody. Press the center of the cursor key to stop playback.
  • Page 122: Setting The Melody Playback Mode

    Setting the Melody Playback Mode In addition to normal playback mode, the Jukebox can play melodies in random order and during charging. To set the melody playback mode: In the Jukebox menu, highlight press When you begin playback in in the Jukebox are played in random order. When in the Charge &...
  • Page 123 Section 2: Understanding Your Phone 114 2H: Personal Organizer...
  • Page 124: Using Your Phone's Voice Services

    Section 2I Using Your Phone’s Voice Services In This Section Using Voice-Activated Dialing Programming Voice Dial Tag to Your Phone Reviewing Voice Dialing Entries Erasing Voice Dialing Entries Recording Voice his section explains the features associated with your phone’s Voice Service.
  • Page 125: Using Voice-Activated Dialing

    Using Voice-Activated Dialing In addition to Voice Command tag to automatically dial a phone number stored in your PCS Phone. Your phone can store up to 20 Voice Dial tags. To use a Voice Dial tag to call a phone number: From the Standby mode, press T.
  • Page 126: Reviewing Voice Dialing Entries

    Reviewing Voice Dialing Entries From the Standby mode, press Highlight Voice Services Highlight Voice Dial Highlight Review Highlight the desired entry and press Starting with the selected entry, recorded names play in order out loud. Erasing Voice Dialing Entries To erase an individual Voice Dialing entry: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Voice Services...
  • Page 127: Recording Voice

    Recording Voice Your PCS Phone can record your voice. You can record voice messages up to 30 seconds long. To record voice: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Voice Services Highlight Voice Recorder Press and then record the voice message. Recording stops after 30 seconds or when you press Highlight Save As...
  • Page 128: E-Mail

    Section 2J E-mail In This Section Specifying the Server Settings Changing the Server Settings Server Setup Options Setting the Font Size Composing and Sending New E-mail Options When You Are Composing a New E-mail Checking the Content of Outgoing E-mail Editing and Resending Outgoing E-mail Erasing Outgoing E-mail Setting the Outgoing Mail List Screen Display Mode...
  • Page 129: Specifying The Server Settings

    Specifying the Server Settings You can specify up to 2 servers for sending and receiving e-mail. No server is set when you purchase your PCS Phone. Select main menu to display the server settings screen and begin by specifying the server settings. To specify the server settings: From the Standby mode, press Highlight...
  • Page 130: Changing The Server Settings

    POP3 Server Address: POP3 Server Account: POP3 Server Password: Specify whether APOP authentication is ON or OFF when APOP Auth: you receive e-mail. SMTP Server Address: Specify whether SMTP authentication is ON or OFF Authentication: when you send e-mail. SMTP Server Account: when Authentication is set to ON).
  • Page 131 Sets the POP3 server details. (See “Changing the POP3 Server POP3: Details” below.) Sets the SMTP server details. (See “Changing the SMTP Server SMTP: Details” on page 123.) Sets the e-mail address to which replys are sent. Reply To: Sender Name: Specifies whether a signature is used (ON) or not used Signature: (OFF) when you send e-mail.
  • Page 132: Server Setup Options

    Changes the timeout value for POP3 server connection. (The Timeout: default setting is 60 sec.) Press Save Highlight and press Changing the SMTP Server Details As well as the settings specified during server setup, you can also change the settings that were automatically set to the default values. To change the SMTP server settings: In the server modification screen, highlight Highlight the setting you want to change and press...
  • Page 133: Setting The Font Size

    Setting the Font Size You can use the procedure below to set the size of the displayed text within the Inbox, Outbox and Draft folders. To set the font size: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Email Highlight Settings Highlight Font Size Highlight Large...
  • Page 134: Options When You Are Composing A New E-Mail

    Highlight the file you want to attach and press from a data folder. (See “Managing Data” on page 105.) Highlight (body icon) and press Enter your message and press Press T. Tip: Press to cancel e-mail transmission. Stop For quick access to e-mail press M and the Email menu is Tip: displayed.
  • Page 135 Saves the e-mail you are writing in the Draft folder. (See “Draft Save: E-mail” on page 138.) Options Available in the Address List Screen In the address list screen, highlight the desired address and press . Then highlight one of the options and press Options Phone Book: Enters an e-mail address from the Send Log.
  • Page 136: Checking The Content Of Outgoing E-Mail

    Options Available in the Content Checking Screen In the content checking screen while you are composing an e-mail, press and highlight one of the options. Then press Options Saves the e-mail you are writing in the Draft folder. (See “Draft Save: E-mail”...
  • Page 137 (Cc icon): Indicates that the address in the “Cc:” field was used. (Bcc icon): Indicates that the address in the “Bcc:” field was used. Tip: E-mail for which transmission failed is still stored in the Outbox. Tip: When the limit of 90 e-mail messages in the Outbox is exceeded, the oldest e-mail is overwritten.
  • Page 138: Editing And Resending Outgoing E-Mail

    Editing and Resending Outgoing E-mail You can edit an outgoing e-mail and then send the edited version. To edit e-mail: In the outgoing mail list screen, highlight the message you want to edit and press Options Press in the content checking screen for outgoing e-mail. Options Highlight and press...
  • Page 139: Setting The Outgoing Mail List Screen Display Mode

    Setting the Outgoing Mail List Screen Display Mode You can use the procedure below to set the display mode for the outgoing mail list screen and the order in which outgoing e-mail is displayed. Setting the Outgoing Mail List Screen Display Mode To set the outgoing mail list screen display mode: Display the outgoing mail list screen and press Highlight...
  • Page 140: Options Available During Outgoing Mail List Display

    Options Available During Outgoing Mail List Display Display the outgoing mail list screen, highlight the desired outgoing e-mail and press Options Edits the outgoing e-mail. (See “Editing and Resending Edit: Outgoing E-mail” on page 129.) Protects the outgoing e-mail. Select Protect: the e-mail.
  • Page 141: Options Available During Outgoing Mail Content Display

    Options Available During Outgoing Mail Content Display Display the outgoing mail content checking screen, press highlight one of the options. Then press Edits the outgoing e-mail. (See “Editing and Resending Edit: Outgoing E-mail” on page 129.) Protects the outgoing e-mail. Select Protect Off to unprotect Protect: the e-mail.
  • Page 142: Viewing Incoming E-Mail

    Viewing Incoming E-mail Up to 200 incoming e-mail messages can be stored in the Inbox. You can check the content of incoming e-mail from the Inbox. You can also reply to incoming e-mail, and connect to URLs or make calls from the content checking screen.
  • Page 143: Replying To Received E-Mail

    Connect to the Web and display a URL: Highlight the URL and press Write an e-mail to the selected e-mail address: Highlight the e-mail address and press Make a call: Highlight the phone number and press Tip: When the number of e-mail messages in the Inbox exceeds 200, the oldest e-mail is overwritten.
  • Page 144: Forwarding Incoming E-Mail

    Sends a reply to all the e-mail addresses set in the To and Cc Reply All: fields. Edit the e-mail and press T. (See “Composing and Sending New E-mail” on page 124.) Tip: If you set Quote Message to ON in the server setting modifications, the original subject and message body are quoted in the reply.
  • Page 145: Setting The Incoming Mail List Screen Display Mode

    until you have selected all the e-mail messages you want to erase and then press Erase Erases all the incoming e-mail. Erase All: Highlight Tip: If you try to erase protected incoming e-mail, a confirmation screen appears. Highlight Yes and press Tip: You can also erase the displayed incoming e-mail from the content checking screen for the incoming e-mail.
  • Page 146: Options Available During Incoming Mail List Display

    Select Date Name Displays incoming e-mail chronologically from the most recent Date: date. Displays incoming e-mail in alphabetic order. Name: Displays incoming e-mail in order depending on whether it is Unread: read or unread. Displays incoming e-mail in order depending on whether it is Protect: protected or unprotected.
  • Page 147: Options Available During Incoming Mail Content Display

    Options Available During Incoming Mail Content Display Display the incoming mail content checking screen, press highlight one of the options. Then press Protects the received e-mail. Select Protect: the e-mail. Erases the received e-mail. Erase: Sends an e-mail reply to the sender. (See “Replying to Received Reply: E-mail”...
  • Page 148 The display and editing procedures for unsent e-mail are the same as for outgoing e-mail, and the same options are available. Refer to the section dealing with outgoing e-mail for details. Tip: Once the number of unsent e-mail messages passes 10, the oldest unsent e-mail is overwritten.
  • Page 149 Section 2: Understanding Your Phone 140 2J: E-mail...
  • Page 150: Section 3: Using Pcs Service Features

    Section 3 Using PCS Service Features Section 3 Using PCS Service Features...
  • Page 152: Pcs Service Features: The Basics

    Section 3A PCS Service Features: The Basics In This Section Using Voicemail Using Caller ID Responding to Call Waiting Making a Three-Way Calling Using Call Forwarding ow that you’ve mastered your phone’s fundamentals, it’s time to explore the calling features that enhance your PCS Service. Section 3: Using PCS Service Features 3A: The Basics...
  • Page 153: Using Voicemail

    Using Voicemail Setting Up Your Voicemail All unanswered calls to your PCS Phone are automatically transferred to voicemail, even if your phone is in use or turned off. Therefore, you will want to set up your PCS Voicemail and personal greeting as soon as your PCS Phone is activated.
  • Page 154: Retrieving Your Voicemail Messages

    Important: When you are roaming off the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network, you may not receive notification of new voicemail messages. It is recommended that you periodically check your voicemail by dialing 1 + area code + your PCS Phone Number. When your voicemail answers, press S and enter your pass code.
  • Page 155: Voicemail Options

    Voicemail Options Your PCS Phone offers several options for organizing and accessing your voicemail. Setting Up Group Distribution Lists Create up to 20 separate group lists, each with up to 20 customers. Press and hold Following the system prompts, press Options.
  • Page 156 Voicemail-to-Voicemail Message Forwarding Forward a voice message, except those marked “Private,” to other PCS Voicemail customers. After listening to a message, press Follow the voice prompts to enter the phone number. Follow the voice prompts to record your introduction and forward the voice message.
  • Page 157: Clearing The Voicemail Message Icon

    Clearing the Voicemail Message Icon Your phone may temporarily continue to display the icon after you have checked your voicemail messages. To clear the icon from the display screen: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Voicemail Highlight Clear Count Highlight Using Caller ID Caller ID lets you know who’s calling by displaying the number of the person calling when your phone rings.
  • Page 158: Making A Three-Way Calling

    To switch back to the first caller: Press T again. Tip: For those calls where you don’t want to be interrupted, you can temporarily disable Call Waiting by pressing S 7 0 before placing your call. Call Waiting is automatically reactivated once you end the call.
  • Page 159: Using Call Forwarding

    Using Call Forwarding Call Forwarding lets you forward all your incoming calls to another phone number — even when your phone is turned off. You can continue to make calls from your phone with Call Forwarding activated. To Activate Call Forwarding Press S 7 2.
  • Page 160: Pcs Vision

    Section 3B PCS Vision In This Section Browsing the Web on Your Phone Messaging PCS Messages PCS Short Mail Email Chat Ringers Screen Savers Games PCS Business Connection PCS Vision FAQs CS Vision brings you clarity you can see and hear, with enhanced, always-on mobile multimedia capabilities like email and games that are easy to learn and use.
  • Page 161: Browsing The Web On Your Phone

    Browsing the Web on Your Phone Launching the Web To launch the Web: From the Standby mode, press the W key. From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu. Select the Your User Name When you buy a PCS Phone and sign up for service, you’re automatically assigned a user name.
  • Page 162: Net Guard

    Net Guard When first connecting to the Internet, the Net Guard will appear to confirm that you want to connect. It helps you avoid accidental connections. You can avoid the Net Guard in the future by selecting Always auto-connect when the Net Guard appears. To change your Net Guard settings: From the Standby mode, press the center of the cursor key to display the top menu.
  • Page 163 Scrolling As with other parts of your phone’s menu, you’ll have to scroll up and down to see everything on some Web sites. Press the cursor key upward or downward to scroll line by line. Selecting Once you’ve learned how to use Soft Keys, you can start navigating Web sites.
  • Page 164 Going to a Specific Web Site To go to a particular Web site by entering a URL (Web site address), select from the Browser Menu on your PCS Phone and enter the Go To URL URL using your keypad. Note: Not all Web sites are viewable on your phone.
  • Page 165 Note: Bookmarking a page does not store the page contents, just its address. Note: Some pages cannot be bookmarked. Whether a particular Web page may be marked is controlled by its creator. Accessing a Bookmark To access a bookmark: Press W to display the Browser Menu. Highlight Bookmarks Highlight...
  • Page 166 Enter the new URL or bookmark title and press Press the cursor key downward until the left soft key changes to then select this. A message appears confirming that the edited bookmark has been saved. Press Note: “Sprint Vision Home” cannot be edited. Downloading Use the procedure below to download data such as images, ringers, audio files and games to your PCS Phone from Web sites that offer downloading...
  • Page 167 Restarting the Web Browser If the Web browser appears to be malfunctioning or stops responding, you can usually fix the problem by simply restarting the browser. To restart the Web browser: Press Highlight Settings Highlight Restart Browser The Browser Menu The Browser Menu contains several special functions.
  • Page 168 Customizing the Browser Settings Use the procedure below to customize the browser to suit your needs. To customize the browser settings: Press W to display the Browser Menu. Highlight and press Settings The following options are displayed. Highlight one of the options and press Allows the user to change the homepage URL.
  • Page 169: Setting Up A Web Connection

    Setting Up a Web Connection Getting Started Your PCS Phone allows you to connect to a laptop PC to send and receive e-mail, access the Internet or your company’s network and more, without searching for a wall-mounted telephone jack. In just three steps, you can use your connectivity: First, you’ll need a PCS Connection Kit (sold separately).
  • Page 170: Messaging

    Messaging Now you can send and receive email and instant messages, as well as chat on select PCS Phones. With chat, you can have a conversation without talking. Join in a Web-based chat room to exchange information on a specific topic or read conversations that others have posted – even launch a one-on-one chat for a more in-depth conversation.
  • Page 171: Pcs Messages

    PCS Messages These appear on your screen as messages, PCS Messages, PCS Updates, PCS Short Mail and PCS Email. Sending PCS Messages Numeric Pages Callers can send a numeric page to your phone when they reach your voicemail box. Numeric paging to a PCS Phone comes at no additional charge.
  • Page 172: Pcs Message Storage

    To display a PCS Message from the main menu: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Messaging Highlight Notifications Highlight the message you want to view and press Tip: While displaying a message, you can display the next message (when you have one) by pressing Move the cursor key left displays the previous message.
  • Page 173: Erasing A Pcs Messages

    Erasing a PCS Messages To erase a message: After you display a PCS Message, press Highlight Signing Up for PCS Updates With PCS Updates, you can have news and information sent directly to your PCS Phone at the times you choose. To select the information you want sent to your PCS Phone: From your computer, log on to the Internet.
  • Page 174: Pcs Short Mail

    PCS Short Mail Using PCS Short Mail With PCS Short Mail, you can use a person’s wireless phone number to send instant text messages from your Internet-ready PCS Phone to their messaging-ready phone – and they can send messages to you. When you receive a new message, you’ll automatically be notified with a one-way text message.
  • Page 175 Scroll to the new short mail message and press the Soft Key left. Unread short mail messages will be marked with an asterisk (*). Select a marked message and press the Soft Key left again to read the message. Note: The last four digits of the PCS Phone Number of the person who sent you a short mail message appear before the message text.
  • Page 176: Email

    Email Using PCS Email With PCS Email, you can set up an account at no additional charge and perform many of the typical email functions from your PCS Phone that you can from your personal computer. You can manage your PCS Email Account from your PCS Phone or personal computer at select email providers from the Web.
  • Page 177: Chat

    Select and press the Soft Key left when your message is ready to Send be delivered. Chat PCS Vision gives you the ability to join wireless chatrooms from your PCS Phone. Send messages including text and icons to many chatroom participants or launch one-on-one (private) chatrooms.
  • Page 178: Ringers

    Ringers Downloading Ringers To download an available ringer to your phone: From the Standby mode, press Highlight Downloads Highlight Ringer-Audio Highlight Get New Select an item to download and press navigating the Web, see “Browsing the Web” on page 153.) The selected ringer will automatically be downloaded to your phone.
  • Page 179: Screen Savers

    For more information on assigning the data, see “Specifying Data” on page 108. Purchasing Ringers You can purchase ringers on your phone or through www.sprintpcs.com. To purchase a ringer from your phone: Highlight an item in the select it. If you have purchased a ringer before, proceed to Step 3. If you have not previously purchased a ringer, you will be prompted to enter your account password and create your purchasing profile.
  • Page 180 Assigning Downloaded Screen Savers Downloaded screen savers may be assigned directly from the screen listing the data in the Screen Saver folder and are also available through the Settings menu. To assign a downloaded screen saver through the Settings menu, see “Changing Your Standby Mode Display”...
  • Page 181: Games

    Games You can play a variety of entertaining and graphically-rich games on your PCS Phone. New games are easy to download and play. Accessing Games You can access games on your phone or through (For details on purchasing options, consult your PCS Service Plan.) To access a game from your phone: Highlight a game in the purchasing options (if applicable) are displayed.
  • Page 182: Pcs Business Connection Personal Edition

    PCS Business Connection Personal Edition PCS Business Connection wireless access to both Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes. PCS Business Connection Personal Edition delivers the following features: Business email access: your company email. Company directory and contacts: contacts from your company’s directory. Do all this and add/edit your personal contacts.
  • Page 183: Pcs Vision Faqs

    PCS Vision FAQs How will I know when my phone is ready for PCS Vision Service? Your user name (for example, bsmith001@sprintpcs.com) will display on your phone’s display screen. How do I sign-in for the first time? You are automatically signed in to PCS Vision Services when you turn on your phone.
  • Page 184 voice services. You may sign in again at any time. To sign out, go to in your phone’s Settings menu. (See “Signing In and Out of Internet PCS Vision Services” on page 55.) Section 3: Using PCS Service Features 3B: PCS Vision...
  • Page 185 Section 3: Using PCS Service Features 176 3B: PCS Vision...
  • Page 186: Pcs Voice Command

    Section 3C PCS Voice Command In This Section Getting Started With PCS Voice Command Creating Your Own Address Book Making a Call With PCS Voice Command Accessing Information Using PCS Voice Command ith Sprint, the first wireless provider to offer innovative PCS Voice Command technology, reaching your friends, family, co-workers and teammates has never been easier –...
  • Page 187: Getting Started With Pcs Voice Command

    Getting Started With PCS Voice Command With PCS Voice Command: You can store all your contact’s phone numbers, so you can simply say the name of the person you want to call. There’s no need to punch in a lot of numbers, memorize voicemail passwords or try to dial while you’re driving.
  • Page 188: Making A Call With Pcs Voice Command

    Call Directory Assistance: access handy, you can have PCS Directory Assistance look up phone numbers for you and automatically add them to your address book. Just say, “Call operator,” and we’ll add two names and numbers to your address book for our standard directory assistance charge. Making a Call With PCS Voice Command Once you’ve signed up for PCS Voice Command and created your address book, all you do is press...
  • Page 189 Section 3: Using PCS Service Features 180 3C: PCS Voice Command...
  • Page 190: Section 4: Safety Guidelines And Warranty Information

    Section 4 Safety Guidelines and Warranty Information Section 4 Safety Guidelines and Warranty Information...
  • Page 192: Safety

    Section 4A Safety In This Section Getting the Most Out of Your Reception Maintaining Safe Use of and Access to Your Phone Caring for the Battery Acknowledging Special Precautions and the FCC Notice Consumer Information on Wireless Phones Owner’s Record User Guide Proprietary Notice art of getting the most out of your PCS Phone is knowing where and how it works at optimum efficiency.
  • Page 193: Getting The Most Out Of Your Reception

    Getting the Most Out of Your Reception Keeping Tabs on Signal Strength The quality of each call you make or receive depends on the signal strength in your area. Your phone informs you of the current signal strength by displaying a number of bars next to the signal strength icon. The more bars displayed, the stronger the signal.
  • Page 194: Maintaining Safe Use Of And Access To Your Phone

    and the guidelines published by the National Council of Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). Maintaining your Phone’s Peak Performance There are several simple guidelines to operating your phone properly and maintaining safe, satisfactory service. Hold the phone with the antenna raised, fully-extended and over your shoulder.
  • Page 195 Let the person you are speaking to know you are driving; if necessary, suspend the call in heavy traffic or hazardous weather conditions. Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving. Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place calls when stationary or before pulling into traffic.
  • Page 196 Note: Always turn off the phone in health care facilities and request permission before using the phone near medical equipment. Turning Off Your Phone Before Flying Turn off your phone before boarding any aircraft. To prevent possible interference with aircraft systems, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations require you to have permission from a crew member to use your phone while the plane is on the ground.
  • Page 197: Caring For The Battery

    Restricting Children’s Access to Your Phone Your PCS Phone is not a toy. Children should not be allowed to play with it because they could hurt themselves and others, damage the phone or make calls that increase your phone bill. Caring for the Battery Protecting Your Battery The guidelines listed below help you get the most out of your battery’s...
  • Page 198: Acknowledging Special Precautions And The Fcc Notice

    Disposal of Lithium Ion (LiIon) Batteries For safe disposal options of your LiIon batteries, contact your nearest Sprint-authorized service center. Be sure to dispose of your battery properly. In some areas, Special Note: the disposal of batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited.
  • Page 199 1.6 W/kg are considered safe for use by the public. The highest reported SAR values of SH-P300 are: PCS mode (Part 24) - Head: 0.31 W/kg; Body-worn: 0.071 W/kg FCC Radiofrequency Emission This phone meets the FCC Radiofrequency Emission Guidelines.
  • Page 200: Consumer Information On Wireless Phones

    Consumer Information on Wireless Phones (The following information comes from a consumer information Web site jointly sponsored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), entitled “Cell Phone Facts: Consumer Information on Wireless Phones.” The information reproduced herein is dated April 3, 2002.
  • Page 201 2. How is radiofrequency energy used? Probably the most important use of RF energy is for telecommunications. Radio and TV broadcasting, wireless phones, pagers, cordless phones, police and fire department radios, point-to-point links and satellite communications all rely on RF energy. Other uses of RF energy include microwave ovens, radar, industrial heaters and sealers, and medical treatments.
  • Page 202 electrons are stripped away from their normal locations in atoms and molecules. It can permanently damage biological tissues including DNA, the genetic material. Ionization only occurs with very high levels of electromagnetic energy such as X-rays and gamma rays. Often the term radiation is used when discussing ionizing radiation (such as that associated with nuclear power plants).
  • Page 203 The FCC guidelines for human exposure to RF electromagnetic fields are derived from the recommendations of two expert organizations, the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). In both cases, the recommendations were developed by scientific and engineering experts drawn from industry, government, and academia after extensive reviews of the scientific literature related to the biological effects of RF energy.
  • Page 204 6. Why has the FCC adopted guidelines for RF exposure? The FCC authorizes and licenses products, transmitters, and facilities that generate RF and microwave radiation. It has jurisdiction over all transmitting services in the U.S. except those specifically operated by the Federal Government.
  • Page 205 in excess of the guidelines under normal conditions of use. Such exclusions are not exclusions from compliance, but, rather, exclusions from routine evaluation. The FCC’s policies on RF exposure and categorical exclusion can be found in Section 1.1307(b) of the FCC’s Rules and Regulations [(47 CFR 1.1307(b)].
  • Page 206 The FCC database does not list phones by model number. However, consumers may find SAR information from other sources as well. Some wireless phone manufacturers make SAR information available on their own Web sites. In addition, some non-government Web sites provide SARs for specific models of wireless phones.
  • Page 207 users from radiation with making false and unsubstantiated claims. According to FTC, these defendants lacked a reasonable basis to substantiate their claim. 10. What are wireless telephone base stations? Fixed antennas used for wireless telecommunications are referred to as cellular base stations, cell stations, PCS (“Personal Communications Service”) stations or telephone transmission towers.
  • Page 208 11. Are wireless telephone base stations safe? The electromagnetic RF signals transmitted from base station antennas stations travel toward the horizon in relatively narrow paths. For example, the radiation pattern for an antenna array mounted on a tower can be likened to a thin pancake centered around the antenna system. The individual pattern for a single array of sector antennas is wedge- shaped, like a piece of pie.
  • Page 209 Antenna RF Emission Safety: Rules, Procedures, and Practical Guidance. This Guide can be accessed at: 12. Who regulates exposure to radiation from microwave ovens, television sets and computer monitors? The Food and Drug Administration is responsible for protecting the public from harmful radiation emissions from these consumer products. 13.
  • Page 210 the licensee is not required to provide the FCC with specific location and operating parameters of these facilities. Information on site specific licensed facilities can be found the “General Menu Reports” (GenMen) at http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/cgi-bin/ws.exe/genmen/index.hts The various FCC Bureaus also publish on at least a weekly basis, bulk extracts of their licensing databases.
  • Page 211 high levels of RF can produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure to low level RF that does not produce heating effects causes no known adverse health effects. Many studies of low level RF exposures have not found any biological effects. Some studies have suggested that some biological effects may occur, but such findings have not been confirmed by additional research.
  • Page 212 Occupational Safety and Health Administration National Telecommunications and Information Administration The National Institutes of Health participates in some interagency working group activities, as well. FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that are sold in the United States must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF exposure.
  • Page 213 results that often cannot be repeated in other laboratories. A few animal studies, however, have suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate the development of cancer in laboratory animals. However, many of the studies that showed increased tumor development used animals that had been genetically engineered or treated with cancer-causing chemicals so as to be pre-disposed to develop cancer in the absence of RF exposure.
  • Page 214 21. What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible health effects of wireless phone RF? FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology Program and with groups of investigators around the world to ensure that high priority animal studies are conducted to address important questions about the effects of exposure to radiofrequency energy (RF).
  • Page 215 Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless phones are harmful. But if you are concerned about the RF exposure from these products, you can use measures like those described above to reduce your RF exposure from wireless phone use. 23.
  • Page 216 and wireless phones so that no interference occurs when a person uses a “compatible” phone and a “compatible” hearing aid at the same time. This standard was approved by the IEEE in 2000. FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones for possible interactions with other medical devices.
  • Page 217 its standards and are used according to the manufacturer’s recommendations are safe for consumer and industrial use. More information is available from: www.fda.gov/cdrh The EPA has, in the past, considered developing federal guidelines for public exposure to RF radiation. However, EPA activities related to RF safety and health are presently limited to advisory functions.
  • Page 218: Owner's Record

    Record the serial number in the space provided below. This will be helpful if you need to contact us about your phone in the future. Model: SH-P300 Serial No.: Section 4: Safety Guidelines and Warranty Information...
  • Page 219: User Guide Proprietary Notice

    User Guide Proprietary Notice CDMA Technology is licensed by QUALCOMM Incorporated under one or more of the following patents: 4,901,307 5,056,109 5,101,501 5,109,390 5,228,054 5,267,261 5,267,262 5,337,338 5,414,796 5,416,797 5,490,165 5,504,773 5,506,865 5,511,073 5,535,239 5,544,196 5,568,483 5,600,754 5,657,420 5,659,569 5,710,784 5,778,338 T9 Text Input is licensed by Tegic Communications and is covered by U.S.
  • Page 220: Customer Limited Warranty

    Section 4B Customer Limited Warranty In This Section Customer Limited Warranty his section contains the Customer Limited Warranty for your PCS Phone. For information about the Terms and Conditions of your PCS Service, please see the Start Here guide included with your phone. For the most recent version of the Terms and Conditions, please visit Section 4: Safety Guidelines and Warranty Information www.sprintpcs.com...
  • Page 221: Customer Limited Warranty

    Customer Limited Warranty SPRINT SPECTRUM, L.P., (Sprint) offers you a limited warranty that the enclosed subscriber unit (Product), including accessories in the product package, will be free from defects in material or workmanship as follows: SUBSCRIBER UNIT: A. SPRINT ONE (1) YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY: For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase, Sprint will, at its option, either pay the parts and labor charges to any authorized PCS Phone service facility to repair or replace a defective product (with new or rebuilt parts/...
  • Page 222 warranty stickers or Product serial numbers have been removed, altered, or rendered illegible; (vi) customer instruction; (vii) cost of installation, removal or reinstallation; (viii) signal reception problems (unless caused by defect in material and workmanship); (ix) damage the result of fire, flood, acts of God or other acts which are not the fault of Sprint and which the Product is not specified to tolerate, including damage caused by mishandling and blown fuses;...
  • Page 223 SPRINT MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCTS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR AGAINST INFRINGEMENT WITHIN THE TIME PERIOD SPECIFIED IN THE LIMITED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS PRODUCT IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY.
  • Page 225 U.S. law and international agreements currently prohibit export of this device’s browser and security technology to the following countries / Taliban controlled Afghanistan, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, North Korea, Sudan and Libya. Powered by JBrend ® Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
  • Page 226: Index

    Index Numerics 4-Digit, 5-Digit Dialing Adjusting Volume Airplane Mode Any Key Answer Auto Answer Automated Invoicing Information Battery Capacity Caring for Charging Installing Removing Travel Charger Battery Save Calculator Call History Call Waiting-Responding Caller ID Character Input Mode Customer Service Solutions Dialing Options Directory Assistance E-mail...
  • Page 227 Menu Language Menu Navigation Missed Call Notification Notepad Operator Services Owner’s Record Packet Guard PCS Messages PCS Service PCS Service Features Peak Performance Personal Information Management Phone Numbers With Pauses Phone’s Settings Alerts Blink Patterns Bright Speed Changing-Greeting Light Sensor Power Save Ringer Volume 18, 184...
  • Page 228 Funciones de su teléfono SH-P300 ........
  • Page 229 Cómo seleccionar tipos de timbres para mensajes ......35 Alertas ..............36 Cómo cambiar la pantalla de modo de espera .
  • Page 230 Cómo controlar los cargos de roaming con Call Guard ......59 2E. Cómo navegar por los menús ........61 Navegación por el menú...
  • Page 231 Cuando llega el momento de un evento programado ......93 Cómo ver eventos ........... . . 93 Cómo editar eventos .
  • Page 232 Cómo tocar melodías ..........112 Cómo ajustar el volumen .
  • Page 233 Cómo revisar sus mensajes de correo de voz ....... . 145 Opciones del correo de voz .
  • Page 234 3C. PCS Voice Command ........179 Cómo empezar con PCS Voice Command .
  • Page 236: Bienvenido A Sprint

    Bienvenido a Sprint print creó la más grande red nacional totalmente PCS con servicios multimedios avanzados y llamadas claras, que llega a más de 230 millones de personas con claridad que se ve y se oye. Construimos nuestra red para brindarle lo que creemos que usted realmente quiere de un teléfono móvil, sonido claro, conversaciones privadas y funciones que le ahorren tiempo.
  • Page 238 Introducción a esta Guía del Usuario en línea sta Guía del Usuario le presenta el servicio PCS y todas las funciones de su nuevo teléfono. Se divide en cuatro secciones: Cómo empezar Sección 1: Familiarícese con su teléfono Sección 2: Las funciones del Servicio PCS Sección 3: Informaciones de seguridad y garantía...
  • Page 240 Sección 1 Cómo empezar Sección 1 Cómo empezar...
  • Page 242 Sección 1A Cómo activar el servicio En esta sección Cómo empezar con el servicio PCS Cómo programar su correo de voz Cómo obtener ayuda sta sección le muestra los pasos básicos para activar el servicio para su teléfono PCS, incluyendo cómo desbloquear y activar su teléfono, cómo programar el correo de voz y cómo contactar a Sprint por ayuda con su servicio PCS.
  • Page 243 Cómo activar el servicio PCS Determine si su teléfono ya está activado Si recibió su teléfono por correo o lo compró en una tienda Sprint, probablemente ya esté activado. Todo lo que necesita hacer es debloquear su teléfono. Si su teléfono no está activado, por favor consulte la guía Start Here incluida con su teléfono.
  • Page 244: Cómo Obtener Ayuda

    Cómo programar el correo de voz Todas las llamadas no contestadas a su teléfono PCS son transferidas automáticamente a su correo de voz, incluso si su teléfono está en uso o apagado. Por lo tanto, usted querrá programar su correo de voz y su saludo personal al activar su teléfono PCS .
  • Page 245 PCS Customer Solutions Claire, su representante de servicio virtual está disponible para ayudarle, en inglés, 24 horas a día, siete días a la semana. Visítela en a