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    User Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Getting Started with Your Phone ... 4 Phone Overview ...4 Menu Overview ...9 Icon Reference ...13 Feature Overview ...18 The Battery ...21 Turning the Phone On and Off ...26 Making a call ...26 Answering a call ...27 Menu Access ...28 Using a Memory Card ...29 Connecting to the Headset Jack ...32 Quick Access to Convenient Features ...

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    Contents Contact List ...49 Groups ...52 New PTT Contact ...53 PTT Contact List ...54 PTT Groups ...55 Temp PTT Group ...56 Backup Assistant ...57 Speed Dials ...57 In Case of Emergency (ICE) ...59 My Name Card...60 Push to Talk ... 62 About Push to Talk ...62 Making a PTT Call ...63 Incoming PTT Call ...66...

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    Safety Information for FCC RF Exposure ...175 FDA Information ...178 Emergency Calls ...186 Compliance with Other FCC Regulations ...188 General Safety ...189 Games ...194 Camera ...195 Accessibility ...196 RECYCLE YOUR CELL PHONE! ...200 12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY ... 202 Index... 206...

  • Page 5: Getting Started With Your Phone

    Getting Started with Your Phone Phone Overview 1. Earpiece 2. Main Display 3. Left Soft Key 4. Camera/Video Key 5. Send Key 6. Voicemail Key 7. Clear/G’zGEAR Key 8. Shift Key 9. Next Key 19. Charging Terminals 20. Charging/Data Port 10.

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    25. Secondary Microphone 26. Charge Indicator 27. Front Display 29. Internal Antenna Area* 30. Camera Flash/ Flashlight 31. Battery Cover Lock 32. Battery Cover 29. Internal Antenna Area* * For best performance, do not touch these areas when using your handset.

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    1. Earpiece 2. Main Display Left Soft Key Press to display the Messaging menu, or to access the function listed above the key. Camera/Video Key With the flip open, press to access the built-in camera. Press and hold to access the camcorder. Send Key Press to place or answer a call, or from idle mode press to access the All Calls list.

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    Right Soft Key Press to display Contacts, or to access the function listed above the key. Speakerphone/Flashlight Key With the flip open, press to turn the Speakerphone on or off. Press and hold to activate/dectivate the Flashlight. End/Power Key Press and hold to turn your handset on/off or press to end a call or browser session.

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    Bottom Side Key/Voice Commands Key From idle mode, press to access Voice Commands or press and hold to have the handset read out the unread messages one after another with the synthetic voice. 25. Secondary Microphone 26. Charge Indicator Appears red when charging. When charging completes, the red indicator turns off.

  • Page 10: Menu Overview

    Menu Overview Search Messaging 1. New Message 2. Messages* 3. Drafts 4. Voicemail 5. Mobile IM 6. Social Beat 7. Email 8. Chat Recent Calls 1. Missed 2. Received 3. Dialed 4. Blocked** 5. All 6. View Timers * When By Time is selected for Messages View in Message Settings, the Inbox folder and Sent folder will appear in the Messaging submenu instead of the Messages folder.

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    3. Picture & Video 1. V CAST Videos 2. Get New Pictures 3. My Pictures 4. My Videos 5. Take Picture 6. Record Video 7. Online Album 4. Games 1. Get New Applications 5. Mobile Web 6. Browse & Download 1.

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    3. Caller ID Readout 3. Alert Sounds 1. TXT Message 2. Multimedia Message 3. Voicemail 4. Emergency Tone 5. Missed Call 6. PTT Alert 4. Keypad Volume 5. Digit Dial Readout 6. Service Alerts 1. ERI 2. Minute Beep 3. Call Connect 4.

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    6. Info 4. Language 5. Location 6. Current Country 7. Security 1. Edit Codes 1. Phone Only 2. Calls & Services 2. Restrictions 1. Location Setting 2. Calls 1. Incoming Calls 2. Outgoing Calls 3. Messages 1. Incoming Messages 2. Outgoing Messages 4.

  • Page 14: Icon Reference

    Icon Reference Screen Icons When the handset is turned on, the main display displays icons indicating the status of the handset. Digital indicator. Digital service is available. 3G service indicator. 3G service is available. 1x service indicator. 1x service is available. Airplane Mode Battery Strength indicator.

  • Page 15: Recent Call Icons

    Voice Commands (Active) Voice Commands (Listening) 1x and PTT services are available. 3G and PTT services are available. PTT in use. A PTT call is in progress. Alarm Only Vibrate Only Sound Off Appears when an alarm is set. Appears when a Calendar event is set. Indicates you have missed calls.

  • Page 16: Contacts Icons

    Media Center Icons The following icons appear in the Media Center: Picture File Picture Protected File Ringtone File Ringtone Protected File Sound File Sound Protected File Video File Video Protected File Contacts Icons The following icons appear in Contacts: Mobile 1 Mobile 2 Home Business...

  • Page 17: Message Icons

    Home Address Work Address Company Name Title in Company Birthday Notes In Case of Emergency Speed Dial Message Icons The following icons appear in the list of received messages: New/Unread Text or Web Message Opened/Read Text or Web Message New/Unread Multimedia Message Notification Opened/Read Multimedia Message Notification New/Unread Downloaded Multimedia Message Opened/Read Downloaded Multimedia Message...

  • Page 18: Ptt Screen Icons

    Delivered Message Sent failed Message Incomplete Delivery Message Pending Message The following icons appear in the Drafts message list: Text Message Draft Multimedia Message Draft PTT Screen Icons The following icons appear on the incoming/outgoing PTT call screen or the PTT calls in the Recent Calls list: Received calls list - individual Received calls list - group Dialed calls list - individual...

  • Page 19: Feature Overview

    A headset is connected with your handset Feature Overview Water Resistance The CASIO G’zOne Ravine™ is water resistant. It provides reliable performance for outdoor activities, and in wet conditions such as driving rain or high humidity. The tested device meets the requirements of the MIL-STD-810G (Rain &...

  • Page 20: Shock Resistance

    NOTE To maintain water resistance: • Securely close the Charging/Data Port cover and the Headset Jack cover. • Completely close the battery cover and slide the battery cover lock to the LOCK position. Shock Resistance The rugged construction of the Ravine™ provides outstanding shock and vibration resistance.

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    NOTES • Your handset can be rinsed with clean water when dirty. To ensure water resistance, make sure that all covers are securely closed before rinsing. • Periodically, clean the Charging Terminals and the Battery Terminals with a dry cloth or cotton swab. Dust may cause electrical connection problems.

  • Page 22: The Battery

    The Battery The handset comes with a rechargeable battery. Warning! • Use only approved batteries for the Ravine™. Wipe your handset before opening the battery cover to prevent moisture or dust from entering. • Failure to follow the below directions for installing/removing the battery could result in product failure.

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    Slide the battery into the slot by aligning the contacts and tabs you hear the “click”. Insert the battery cover tabs into the slots and press the battery cover in the direction of the arrow Press down firmly on the sides of the battery cover at each arrow point, as shown to the right.

  • Page 24: Removing The Battery

    Warning! • Do not twist the battery cover as shown in the figure to the right. Doing so can damage the handset and the battery cover. • Do not press hard on the battery cover with the battery cover tabs running over the handset because you may damage the battery cover tabs.

  • Page 25: Charging The Battery

    Remove the battery by pulling the tab up. Warning! Do not leave the removed battery in direct sunlight, or near heat sources such as an open flame or stove. Otherwise, it may malfunction or cause a fire by bursting or igniting. Do not hit, or exert excessive shock on the battery, as it can ignite or break.

  • Page 26: Battery Level

    Plug the Wall Charger power plug into an electrical outlet. After the handset is completely charged, unplug the USB Cable from the Charging/Data Port, then close the cover. Make sure the port cover is completely closed. Warning! • Hold the small connector with the USB mark facing up.

  • Page 27: Turning The Phone On And Off

    Fully Charged NOTE Charging time varies depending upon the battery level. Turning the Phone On and Off Turning the Phone On Press and hold the End/Power Key until the main display lights up. NOTE Avoid any unnecessary contact with the internal antenna area while your handset is on.

  • Page 28: Answering A Call

    Redialing Call From idle mode, press the Send Key. Scroll to the last number you dialed, then press the Send Key to make a call. Answering a call NOTES • The default answer option is set to Flip Open and Any Key so you can directly answer an incoming call by simply opening the handset or pressing a key on the keypad.

  • Page 29: Menu Access

    Menu Access To display the Main Menu from idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU]. To use the menu: • Press the Directional Key desired menu item then press the Center Select Key [OK]. • Or enter the number that corresponds to the menu or submenu item. There are three Main Menu types: Tab, List, and Grid.

  • Page 30: Using A Memory Card

    Using a Memory Card The Ravine™ supports the use of a microSD™ memory card as a source of external memory. NOTE The microSD™ memory card is sold separately. Installing a Memory Card Warning! • Whenever installing or removing a memory card, make sure the handset is turned off and that the Wall Charger is not connected.

  • Page 31: Removing A Memory Card

    Insert your finger in the groove on the battery cover in the direction of the arrow Remove the battery by pulling the tab up. Carefully press the memory card into the memory card slot until it locks into place. Install the battery and replace the battery cover ensuring that you slide the Battery Cover Lock to the LOCK position.

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    Slide the Battery Cover Lock to the FREE position in the direction of the arrow shown in the figure to the right. Insert your finger in the groove on the battery cover in the direction of the arrow Remove the battery by pulling the tab up. Gently press the memory card inward, until it pops out.

  • Page 33: Connecting To The Headset Jack

    Install the battery and replace the battery cover, as previously instructed, ensuring that you slide the Battery Cover Lock to the LOCK position. Connecting to the Headset Jack You can connect a compatible device equipped with a standard 2.5mm plug to your handset for safe, convenient, hands-free conversations.

  • Page 34: Quick Access To Convenient Features

    Quick Access to Convenient Vibrate Mode Vibrate Mode mutes key tones and activates an alert for an incoming call or message. To activate and deactivate Vibrate Mode: To activate Vibrate Mode from idle mode, press and hold To deactivate Vibrate Mode, press and hold Mute Function If you activate the mute function during a call, the person you are speaking with cannot hear you or any sounds from your handset.

  • Page 35: Speakerphone

    Speakerphone To activate and deactivate the speakerphone: To activate speakerphone from idle mode or during a call, press the Speakerphone/Flashlight Key To deactivate, press the Speakerphone/Flashlight Key Flashlight To activate and deactivate the flashlight: To activate from idle mode, press and hold the Speakerphone/ Flashlight Key To deactivate, press and hold the Speakerphone/Flashlight Key again.

  • Page 36: Motion Detection

    Motion Detection Using the Motion Detection function, you can control your handset just by shaking it. By default, the Motion Detection function is off. To use the Motion Detection function: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 37: Entering And Editing Information

    Entering and Editing Information Text Input You can input and edit your Banner, Schedule, Contacts, and Messages. To perform the Text Input operation described in this chapter with your handset, open the text entry screen following the steps below to create a new Text Message: From idle mode, press the Left Soft Key [Message], select New Message and press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 38: Text Input Modes

    Voice Commands: Press and hold to activate the Voice Dictation mode. Speak into the handset microphone while pressing and holding this key. The spoken phrases will be converted into text and entered into the text field. (Only when entering text into the Text or Subject field of a message, or into the Notepad) Text Input Modes There are six modes for entering text, numbers, symbols, and...

  • Page 39: Adding Words To The T9 Database

    Press Press to complete the word and add a space. Press “Call the office.” is displayed. NOTES • After you have finished entering a word, if the word displayed is not the one you want, press the Next Key additional word choices. •...

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    Using Symbol Text Input To insert symbols or punctuation, follow these steps from the text entry screen: Press the Left Soft Key, select Symbols, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press the Right Soft Key [Next] to view the next 12 symbols or Left Soft Key [Prev] to view the previous 12 symbols.

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    When entered text is correct, press the Center Select Key [OK]. If incorrect, you can use the following procedure to correct it. • Press the Directional Key word and press the Right Soft Key [List] to display the Choice List. Select the correct word, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 42: Recent Calls

    RECENT CALLS The Recent Calls menu is a list of the last phone numbers or Contact entries for calls (including PTT calls) you placed, accepted, missed, or blocked. 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 43: Making A Call From Recent Calls

    Making a Call from Recent Calls From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Recent Calls, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select one of the following call lists, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Missed/Received/Dialed/Blocked/All Scroll to an entry, then press the Send Key to make a call.

  • Page 44: View Timers

    • Press the Left Soft Key [Message] to select: New TXT Message/New Picture Message/New Video Message/New Voice Message • If you selected a PTT call, press the Left Soft Key [Alert] to place an alert PTT call. (The Left Soft Key [Alert] is not available when PTT Mode is Off.) •...

  • Page 45: Contacts

    The Contacts menu allows you to store names, phone numbers and other information in your handset’s memory. You may store up to 1,000 entries. Adding a new Contact from idle mode From idle mode, enter the phone number (up to 48 characters) you want to register.

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    New Voice Message: Sends a voice message to the entered phone number. Assisted Dialing: Sets the Assisted Dialing setting. For more detail, see page 164. Press Add New Contact. Select the type of phone number you want to save, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

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    • To add the Contact entry into a group, scroll to the Group field, then press the Left Soft Key [Set]. Select the Group, press the Center Select Key [MARK], then press the Left Soft Key [Done]. • To add the Home Address, scroll to the Home Address field, then press the Left Soft Key [Set].

  • Page 48: Adding A Phone Number To An Existing Contact

    • To add a pause to an existing number, press Pause or Add Wait. NOTE The initial phone number entered when the new Contact is created becomes the Default Number. If more than one number is entered for the Contact entry, another number can be selected as the Default Number.

  • Page 49: Phone Numbers With Pauses

    Phone Numbers with Pauses Pauses are used for automated systems (e.g. voicemail or calling cards). Insert a pause after a set of numbers then enter another set. The second set of numbers is dialed after the pause. This feature is useful for dialing into systems that require a code. There are two different types of pauses you can use when registering a phone number: •...

  • Page 50: New Contact

    NOTE From idle mode, pressing the Right Soft Key [Contacts] functions as a hot key to access the Contact List. New Contact To add a new number to your Contact List: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 51: Making A Call From Your Contacts

    From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Contact List. The list of names in your contacts is displayed alphabetically. Searching by Letter: Enter a name or beginning letters of a name in the Go To Field at the bottom of the screen.

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    Select the phone number, then press the Send Key to make the call. NOTE Selecting the Contact entry and then pressing the Send Key will dial the Default Number of the Contact entry automatically. If multiple numbers are saved in the Contact entry, select the number you want to dial, then press the Send Key.

  • Page 53: Groups

    Editing a Contact Entry From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Contact List. Select the Contact entry, then press the Left Soft Key [Edit]. Edit the contact information as necessary, then press the Center Select Key [SAVE] to update the contact entry.

  • Page 54: New Ptt Contact

    displayed in alphabetical order. Select the contact you want to add then press the Center Select Key [MARK]. When you have added the desired contact(s), press the Left Soft Key [Done]. • To view your grouped Contacts, select a group, then press the Center Select Key [VIEW].

  • Page 55: Ptt Contact List

    Enter the name, then press the Directional Key Enter the 10-digit phone number of the Verizon Wireless PTT subscriber, then press the Directional Key To add the new PTT Contact as a member of an existing PTT Group, press the Left Soft Key [Add], select the PTT Group, press the Center Select Key [MARK], then press the Left Soft Key [Done].

  • Page 56: Ptt Groups

    PTT Groups From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Groups. You can select one of the following options: • To add a new PTT Group to the PTT Groups list, press the Left Soft Key [New], enter the PTT group name, then press the Center Select Key [SAVE].

  • Page 57: Temp Ptt Group

    Temp PTT Group A Temp PTT Group allows you to quickly communicate with multiple contacts on a single PTT call. Temp PTT Groups can be created directly on your phone and are not permanently saved to your PTT Group list (unless you choose to save it). The following operation assigns a PTT Contact to the Temp PTT Group.

  • Page 58: Backup Assistant

    Backup Assistant Backup Assistant safeguards your handset’s contacts and automatically saves a copy of the names, phone numbers, email addresses, etc., stored in your handset. You can view, print, add, delete, or edit your contacts online. To set Backup Assistant on your handset: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 59

    number, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. “Set Speed Dial to Contact?” appears on screen. Select Yes and press the Center Select Key [OK]. A confirmation message appears. NOTE “Speed Dial is already assigned. Overwrite?” will appear on screen if you are selecting a speed dial location that is already assigned.

  • Page 60: In Case Of Emergency (ice)

    NOTE 95, 96, 97, 98 and 99 : Speed Dial entries 95(#Warranty Center), 96(#DATA), 97(#BAL), 98(#MIN) and 99(#PMT) are already assigned to Verizon Wireless Account Information. Triple-Digit Speed Dialing From idle mode, press the first and second Speed Dial digits, then press and hold the key of the last Speed Dial digit.

  • Page 61: My Name Card

    Select Contact 1, Contact 2, or Contact 3, then press the Center Select Key [ADD]. To select from the Contact List, press the Contact entry, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. To add a new Contact, press contact information, then press the Center Select Key [SAVE]. NOTES •...

  • Page 62

    Enter the name, then scroll to the information field you want to enter. Information fields include: Home/Business/Mobile 2/Personal Email/Business Email/ IM Screen Name/Picture/Ringtone/Home Address/Work Address/Company/Title/Birthday/Notes After entering the necessary information, press the Center Select Key [SAVE]. NOTES • The phone number shown in the Mobile 1 field is that of your handset and cannot be changed.

  • Page 63: Push To Talk

    The Push to Talk (PTT) feature on your phone allows you to use your phone like a walkie-talkie to communicate with an individual or group of individuals who are also Verizon Wireless Push to Talk subscribers. NOTES • PTT Mode is Off by default, which means you are not able to send or receive PTT calls and alerts.

  • Page 64: Making A Ptt Call

    Talk-capable phone and Calling Plan required. If you wish to switch from a Push to Talk Calling Plan to another Calling Plan, you must first stop using your Push to Talk-capable phone and purchase or provide another compatible phone. Making a PTT Call You can make two types of PTT calls: •...

  • Page 65

    Calling from PTT Contact List (Barge) From idle mode, press the Red Side Key/PTT Key access your PTT Contact List. Scroll to the PTT Contact entry you wish to call. Press and hold the Red Side Key/PTT Key “OK to Talk” tone sounds and the message “Talking to” appears on the display.

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    Press and hold the Red Side Key/PTT Key Release the Red Side Key/PTT Key talk. Press the End/Power Key to end the call. Calling from Temp PTT Group (Barge) From idle mode, press the Red Side Key/PTT Key access your PTT Contact List. Press the Right Soft Key [Options], then press Group.

  • Page 67: Incoming Ptt Call

    Calling from Keypad (Alert) From idle mode, enter the 10-digit phone number of the Verizon Wireless PTT subscriber you wish to alert. Press the Left Soft Key [Alert]. Press and release the Red Side Key/PTT Key individual. The “PTT Outgoing Alert” tone will sound, and “Alerting” will appear on the display.

  • Page 68

    Release the Red Side Key/PTT Key talk. Press the End/Power Key to end the call. Incoming PTT (Alert) When you receive an alert, you will hear the “PTT Alert” tone. The message “Incoming Alert” will be displayed with the phone number or contact name of the calling party.

  • Page 69: Media Center

    Media Center provides customizable service right on your handset that lets you access ringtones, play games, surf the web, get up-to- the-minute information and more. You can use Media Center and download applications anywhere on the Verizon Wireless network, as long as you have a digital signal available for your handset.

  • Page 70: V Cast Music With Rhapsody

    Accessing the Music & Tones submenu From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Music & Tones. Select a submenu. V CAST Music | Rhapsody/Get New Ringtones/Get New Ringback Tones/My Ringtones/My Music/My Sounds/Sync Music V CAST Music with Rhapsody...

  • Page 71: Get New Ringtones

    Press the Center Select Key [OK] at the Download now? screen. Choose to either save the song to phone memory or the memory card, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. You will be able to play the saved song by pressing the Left Soft Key [My Music] or by pressing the Right Soft Key [Play].

  • Page 72: My Ringtones

    NOTE When you first start the application, you must accept the terms and conditions to continue into the application. You will only have to do this once. My Ringtones To select a desired ringtone, or download a new ringtone: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 73: My Music

    My Music To play back and manage music stored in your phone’s memory or on a memory card (sold separately): From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Music &...

  • Page 74

    Send: Sends the selected sound via Picture Message. To Online Album: Uploads the selected sound to Online Album storage. File Info: Displays information about the selected sound. Recording New Sounds To record a new sound: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 75: Picture & Video

    NOTE Your handset comes with 5 preloaded sounds: clapping, crowd roar, happy birthday, rainforest, and train. These cannot be erased. Sync your music from your PC to your V CAST Music with Rhapsody This option allows you to transfer music files from your PC. In order to use this option, you must install V CAST Music with Rhapsody your PC.

  • Page 76: V Cast Videos

    V CAST Videos Get news and entertainment on your wireless device with streaming video clips. NOTE Application fees may apply. You must be within the Coverage Area to use V CAST. V CAST may not be available in all areas. Browsing, Selecting, and Playing Video Clips From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 77: Deleting Video Clips

    Select Phone Memory or Memory Card in Select Storage Location and press the Center Select Key [OK] to start downloading the video clip. After download is complete, the message “Download Complete Play Video Now?” will appear on your phone’s display. Select Yes and press the Center Select Key [OK] to play the video clip.

  • Page 78: My Pictures

    NOTE The downloaded application will be included in the list displayed when you access: MENU > Media Center > Picture & Video > Get New Pictures. My Pictures In My Pictures you can view all the pictures you have taken, store selected images in your phone, send pictures to the Online Album, delete images and access additional picture options.

  • Page 79

    NOTE Using the Motion Detection function, while displaying a picture you can display the next picture or the previous picture just by shaking your handset. For more information on Motion Detection function, see page 35. Rotate You can rotate the pictures stored in the My Pictures folder. NOTES •...

  • Page 80

    From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Picture & Video, Select your desired picture, then press the Center Select Key [VIEW]. Press the Right Soft Key [Options], then press Press the Right Soft Key [Zoom+] or once zoomed press the Left Soft Key [Zoom-].

  • Page 81

    Crop You can crop the pictures stored in the My Pictures folder. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Picture & Video, Select your desired picture, then press the Center Select Key [VIEW].

  • Page 82: My Videos

    Erase All Pictures From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Picture & Video, Press the Right Soft Key [Options]. Press Manage Pictures, Press the Right Soft Key [Mark All], then press the Left Soft Key [Done].

  • Page 83

    NOTES • Using the Motion Detection function, while displaying the video thumbnails screen, you can display the next or previous thumbnails just by shaking your handset. For more information on Motion Detection function, see page 35. • When you press the Right Soft Key [Options] after selecting a video recorded by your handset in My Videos, you can select the following options: Send: Sends the selected video.

  • Page 84: Take Picture

    Select Yes and press the Center Select Key [OK]. A confirmation message appears. Erase All Videos From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Picture & Video, Press the Right Soft Key [Options]. Press Manage Videos, Press the Right Soft Key [Mark All], then press the Left Soft Key...

  • Page 85

    White Balance: Select a white balance setting. (Auto/Sunny/ Cloudy/Tungsten/Fluorescent) Shutter Sound: Select a shutter sound. (Shutter/Silent) Color Effects: Select a color effect. (Normal/Black & White/ Negative/Sepia/Green/Aqua) Multishot: Select whether or not to take four consecutive pictures at 320 × 240 resolution with a single shot. (Off/On) Night Mode: Select Night mode.

  • Page 86: Record Video

    Record Video In Record Video mode you can record video at 320 × 240 size with sound. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Picture & Video, Press the Directional Key Press the Directional Key moving subject.

  • Page 87: Games

    NOTES • From idle mode, pressing and holding the Camera/Video Key functions as a hot key to Record Video. • From Record Video mode, you can change to Take Picture mode by pressing the Camera/Video Key Online Album To access the Online Album: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 88: Mobile Web

    Removing a Downloaded Game From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Games. Select the application you want to delete, then press the Right Soft Key [Options]. Press Erase.

  • Page 89: Browse & Download

    Browse & Download To download tools that can help you navigate to entertainment spots, restaurants, and provide you with up-to-date weather information: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Browse &...

  • Page 90

    From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select VZ Navigator, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Follow the on-screen prompts. NOTES • To use VZ Navigator, you must set Location to On. See page 155. • Download, subscription, and airtime required for use; only in National Enhanced Services Coverage Area;...

  • Page 91: Messaging

    Accessing the Messaging submenu From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Messaging, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select a submenu. New Message/Messages/Drafts/Voicemail/Mobile IM/Social Beat/Email/Chat NOTES • From idle mode, pressing the Left Soft Key [Message] functions as a hot key to access the Messaging submenu.

  • Page 92: New Message

    New Message Allows you to send messages (Text, Picture, Video, and Voice). Each message has a destination (Address) and information (Message). These are dependent upon the type of message you want to send. NOTE The voice dictation mode allows you to enter text into the Text or Subject field of a message, by speaking instead of typing characters.

  • Page 93: Sending A Picture Message

    NOTE If you send a Text message to a phone without Text capabilities, you will still be notified that the message was sent, however the message will not be received. Sending a Picture Message From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Messaging, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 94: Sending A Video Message

    Sending a Video Message From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Messaging, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press New Message, Enter the phone number or e-mail address of the recipient. By pressing the Right Soft Key [Add] in the To field you can choose from the following: From Contacts: Search for a phone number or e-mail address which is stored in the Contact List.

  • Page 95: Customizing The Message Using Options

    Enter the phone number or e-mail address of the recipient. By pressing the Right Soft Key [Add] in the To field you can choose from the following: From Contacts: Search for a phone number or e-mail address which is stored in the Contact List. Recent Calls: Search for a phone number stored in Recent Calls.

  • Page 96

    Insert Quick Text: Inserts Quick Text into a message. Add: Allows you to add a Graphic, Animation, Sound, Signature, Name Card or Contact. (The Add option only appears for a Text Message. The Signature option appears only when Signature is set to Custom in Message Settings and “No”...

  • Page 97: Using Contacts To Send A Message

    Remove Slide: Removes the slide from the message. (This option only appears for a Picture Message) Remove Video: Removes the video from the message. (This option only appears for a Video Message) Remove Recording: Removes the recorded voice message. (This option only appears for a Voice Message) Cancel Message: Cancels message editing and returns to the Messaging submenu.

  • Page 98: Messages

    Messages Your handset alerts you in the following 3 ways when you receive a new Text, Picture, Video, or Voice message: • By displaying a message notification on the screen. • By sounding a beep or vibrating (if Vibrate Mode is set). •...

  • Page 99

    Erase: Erases all messages sent to and received from the selected contact. (All Messages incluing Unread/All Except Unread Messages) Add To Contacts: Stores the callback number, e-mail address, and numbers from the address of the sender/recipient into your Contacts. (This option is available only if the sender/recipient is not in your Contacts.) Add To PTT Contacts: Stores the callback number and numbers from the address of the sender/recipient into your PTT...

  • Page 100

    NOTES • While a received message is being displayed, pressing the Send Key will display the list of phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and URLs included in the message. Using the list, you can perform the following actions: Select a phone number to make a call to that number. Select an e-mail address to store it in the Contact List Select a URL to access the website.

  • Page 101

    • Press the Center Select Key [REPLY] to create a reply message for the currently reading message. You can select one of the following options: TXT Message/Picture Message/Video Message/Voice Message • Press the Right Soft Key [Options] to select one of the following options: Forward/Erase/Reply w.Copy/Save As Quick Text/ Lock(Unlock)/Add To Contacts/Add To PTT Contacts*/...

  • Page 102: Drafts

    • When By Time is selected for Messages View in Message Settings, the handset reads out unread received messages when you press and hold the Voice Commands Key Inbox folder is opened. • When By Time is selected for Messages View in Message Settings, reading out starts from the most recent unread received message.

  • Page 103: Voicemail

    Select a draft message. You can select one of the following options: • To edit the selected message, press the Center Select Key [EDIT]. • To erase the selected message, press the Left Soft Key [Erase]. • Press the Right Soft Key [Options] to select one of the following options: Send: Allows you to send the selected message.

  • Page 104: Mobile Im

    Mobile IM Instant message with AIM, WL Messenger or Yahoo! To send and receive an Instant Message: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Messaging, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select Mobile IM and then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Mobile IM launches.

  • Page 105: Chat

    To send an e-mail, follow the on-screen prompts. Chat To chat with Internet Messenger users: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Messaging, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select Chat and then press the Center Select Key [OK]. The browser launches.

  • Page 106: Message Erase

    Messaging Font Size: Select the font size for the message. (Small/Normal/Large) TXT Auto View: Selecting On will automatically display the message content from idle mode upon receiving a message. (On/Off) Media Auto Receive: Selecting On will automatically download the content upon receiving a Picture/Video/Voice message. (On/Off) Tutorial: Displays Message Readout and Voice Dictation tutorials.

  • Page 107

    • Press Erase All Messages to erase all messages stored in the Messages and Drafts folders. Then select All Messages Including Unread or All Except Unread Messages, and press the Center Select Key [OK]. A confirmation message appears. NOTE Locked messages cannot be erased.

  • Page 108: Settings & Tools

    SETTINGS & TOOLS SETTINGS & TOOLS The Settings & Tools menu has options to customize your handset. My Verizon Allows you to access your account information. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press My Verizon.

  • Page 109: Tools

    NOTES • With the flip open, you can adjust the master volume by pressing the Volume Keys • For instructions on how to adjust the keypad volume, see page 142. Tools Accessing the Tools submenu From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 110

    From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Tools, Voice Commands. Follow the prompts to use voice command(s). The following is a list of functions that you can perform using the Voice Commands tool.

  • Page 111: Voice Commands Settings

    Redial: The “Redial” command allows you to make a call to the last number that you called. Play <All Songs/Playlist name>: The “Play” command allows you to play all your songs by stating “Play All Songs,” or play individual playlists by saying “Play” followed by the playlist name. My Verizon: The “My Verizon”...

  • Page 112

    Calculator The Calculator allows you to perform simple mathematical calculations. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Tools, Calculator. You can input arithmetic operators using the following keys. •...

  • Page 113

    Adding a New Event From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Tools, Scroll to the scheduled day. Press the Left Soft Key [New]. Scroll to the information field you want to enter. These fields include: •...

  • Page 114: Alarm Clock

    Vacation/Holiday, Birthday, Anniversary, Business, Social, Medical/Dental, School, Concert/Performance, Play Date, Picnic/Outing, Personal, Phone Call, Must Attend, Travel Required, Needs Preparation, Woman, Man, Girl, Boy, or Family. Then press the Center Select Key [OK]. • Attachment: Press the Left Soft Key [Add], select My Pictures or My Videos, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 115: Setting An Alarm

    NOTE From idle mode, you can directly access the Alarm Clock feature by pressing the Directional Key Clock. Setting an Alarm From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Tools, Select an Alarm (1, 2, or 3), then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 116: Stop Watch

    Turn Off: Turns off the highlighted alarm. Reset Alarm: Resets the highlighted alarm. Reset All: Resets all of the alarms. Stop Watch From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Tools, Stop Watch.

  • Page 117: Viewing And Editing A Note

    NOTE Press the Left Soft Key [Set DST], to apply Daylight Savings Time. Notepad Your handset includes an internal notepad that can be used to compose and store reminders and notes. NOTE The voice dictation mode allows you to enter text into the Notepad, by speaking instead of typing characters.

  • Page 118: Usb Mass Storage

    NOTE You can erase the note by pressing the Left Soft Key [Erase] in step 3. Select Yes, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. USB Mass Storage Allows you to transfer data from your handset to your PC or vice versa when your handset is connected to your PC with the USB cable (included in box).

  • Page 119: Earth Compass

    NOTES • The Location setting is set to E911 Only by default, and detection of the phone’s current location using GPS is disabled. To enable location detection with G’zGEAR For instructions on how to set Location to On, see page 155. •...

  • Page 120

    • : Creates a point to be displayed on the Customizable Compass screen (Only in Customizable Compass mode). • Center Select Key [GPS]: Measures the current position with GPS. (Only in World Nature and Customizable Compass modes) • Right Soft Key [Options]: Displays the following options: About: Displays the description about the Earth Compass tool.

  • Page 121

    Select the type of icon, then press the Center Select Key [ENTER]. Select the icon color, then press the Center Select Key [ENTER]. Enter the point name, then press the Center Select Key [ENTER]. Confirmation for the point creation appears. Press the Center Select Key [ENTER] to register the point.

  • Page 122

    • To calibrate the electronic compass, wave the handset in the shape of a large figure eight, making sure that each of six sides of the handset faces down toward the ground by rolling your wrists as illustrated in the figure below for about 15 seconds. •...

  • Page 123: Walking Counter

    Near metal objects (desks, lockers, etc.), household appliances (TVs, computers, speakers, etc.), or permanent magnets (magnetic necklaces, etc.) If you suspect a reading error, move away from the above locations and try again. Walking Counter In Pedometer mode, the number of steps you take in a day are measured with the pedometer, and the distance you walked and the estimated number of calories you burned are displayed.

  • Page 124

    Pedometer Settings: Enter your height, weight, age, and gender to calculate the traveled distance and burned calories from your steps. Pedometer On/Off Settings: Set whether to count your steps with the pedometer. • Left Soft Key [Home]: Returns to G’zGEAR NOTES •...

  • Page 125

    Select G’zGEAR, then press the Center Select Key [OK], Thermometer. The following keys are available in the Thermometer: • Directional Key • Directional Key the information. (Only in Temperature Comparison mode) • Right Soft Key [Options]: Displays the following option: About: Displays the description about the Thermometer tool.

  • Page 126

    Tides High and low tide times are displayed. The One-Day View mode displays the tidal graph for a single day. The Current View mode displays the current tide and the time appropriate for fishing. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 127: Sunrise Sunset

    Sunrise Sunset The times of sunrise and sunset are displayed. The Tracking mode displays the position of the Sun. The Day/Night mode displays the ratio between day and night in numeric and graphic form. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 128: Astro Calendar

    Astro Calendar The Moon’s phase and date in the lunar cycle, and days until full moon and new moon are displayed. Lunar Phase mode displays the phase of the Moon. Cosmic View mode displays the location of Sun, Moon and Earth. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 129: Star Gazer

    Star Gazer The Star Gazer displays the stars in the sky and the names of the constellations and major stars. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Tools.

  • Page 130

    To change the tool displayed on the front display, press the Bottom Side Key to unlock the side keys of handset, then press the Volume Keys ® To end G’zGEAR mode, press and hold the Bottom Side Key NOTES • If the handset is closed while displaying the G’zGEAR main display, the tool will be displayed on the front display.

  • Page 131: Bluetooth Menu

    Pedometer: Counts your steps with the pedometer. (On/Off) Calibration: Calibrates the electronic compass. Restore Defaults: Returns G’zGEAR How To Use You can display how to use G’zGEAR From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Tools.

  • Page 132: Add New Devices

    NOTES • Read the user guide of each Bluetooth trying to pair with your handset because the instructions may differ. ® • Bluetooth accessories/peripherals must have a passkey to work with the mobile device. Power ® To toggle Bluetooth power On/Off: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 133

    NOTE Above step automatically turns on your handset’s Bluetooth even if it is turned off. The handset will prompt you with the following message on the main display: PLACE DEVICE YOU ARE CONNECTING TO IN DISCOVERABLE MODE. Press the Center Select Key [OK]. The device will appear in the ADD NEW DEVICE menu.

  • Page 134: Bluetooth Settings

    Once connected, you will see the device listed in the Bluetooth Menu and the Bluetooth the top of the main display. NOTES • In the Bluetooth Menu, you can disconnect the connected device with an icon by pressing the Center Select Key [DROP]. Conversely, you can reconnect by pressing the Center Select Key [OK] again.

  • Page 135: Sending And Receiving Name Cards

    • To view brief descriptions of the profiles supported by the phone, press Supported Profiles. Select one of the profiles, then press the Center Select Key [VIEW]. Settings for Paired Device From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 136

    Your contact entries will be displayed in alphabetical order. Select the contact you want to send, then press the Center Select Key [MARK]. Press the Left Soft Key [Done]. Select the receiving device and then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 137: Sending And Receiving Images

    Select My Name Card, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press the Right Soft Key [Options] then Pull. Select the device and then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Receiving a Name Card To save a Name Card received via Bluetooth When Incoming Security is set to Always Ask, the message “Connect to:[Device Name]”...

  • Page 138: Keyguard Settings

    Select the receiving device and then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Receiving an Image To receive and save an image sent from the paired device via ® Bluetooth When Incoming Security is set to Always Ask, the message “Connect to:[Device Name]” will appear on your handset’s display when another Bluetooth If you select Yes and then press the Center Select Key [OK], the message “Want to Receive files?”...

  • Page 139: Unlock Options

    NOTES • When Keyguard Timer is set to Lock on Flip Close, the side keys are locked as soon as the flip is closed. When unlocked with the flip closed, the handset will be locked again if you do not operate it within seven seconds.

  • Page 140: Ptt Settings

    PTT Settings You can set the following Push To Talk (PTT) features. PTT Mode You can use the following procedure to turn the PTT feature On or Off. When PTT is turned on, you will be able to send and receive PTT calls or alerts.

  • Page 141: Sounds Settings

    Sounds Settings Provides options to customize the handset’s sounds. Accessing the Sounds Settings submenu From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Sounds Settings. Select a submenu: Easy Set-up / Call Sounds / Alert Sounds / Keypad Volume / Digit Dial Readout / Service Alerts / Power On/Off Easy Set-up...

  • Page 142: Call Sounds

    • MEDIA MESSAGE ALERT: Select Ring Only, Vibrate Only, Ring and Vibrate or Be Silent then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Skip] to go to the next setting. • VOICEMAIL MSG ALERT: Select Ring Only, Vibrate Only, Ring and Vibrate or Be Silent then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Done] to...

  • Page 143: Alert Sounds

    Select one of the following settings, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. Ring Only/Caller ID + Ring/Name Repeat Alert Sounds To adjust the settings for different types of alerts: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 144: Digit Dial Readout

    Digit Dial Readout To set whether the handset reads out digits entered when dialing a phone number: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Sounds Settings, Select On or Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 145: Display Settings

    Display Settings Provides options to customize the handset’s display screen. Accessing the Display Settings submenu From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Display Settings. Select a submenu: Easy Set-up/Banner/Backlight/Wallpaper/Display Themes/ Main Menu Settings/Dial Fonts/Menu Font Size/Clock Format/ Front Display...

  • Page 146: Personal Banner

    • MAIN WALLPAPER: Select the desired picture, then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Skip] to go to the next setting. • DISPLAY THEMES: Select White, Wireframe, Trek, or Clash, then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Skip] to go to the next setting.

  • Page 147: Eri Banner

    Press the Directional Key color, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. ERI Banner If you use ERI Service, ERI Text is shown on the sub banner. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Display Settings, Select On or Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 148: Display Themes

    Select one of the following settings, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. 7 seconds / 15 seconds / 30 seconds / Always On NOTES • Even if Always On is selected for the Backlight setting, the backlight will turn off when the flip is closed. •...

  • Page 149: Main Menu Settings

    Main Menu Settings Menu Layout To change Main Menu layout: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Display Settings, Layout. Select one of the following layouts, then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 150: Position Menu Items

    Position Menu Items The Position of Main Menu items can be changed only when Menu Layout is set to List or Grid. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Display Settings, Position Menu Items.

  • Page 151: Dial Fonts

    NOTE When Menu Layout is set to Tab, Menu Layout settings can be restored to default (Grid) by pressing Reset Menu Layout from the Display Settings submenu. Dial Fonts To set the font size for when dialing a number: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 152: Phone Settings

    Front Display To choose the background setting for the Front Display: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Display Settings. Select Front Display, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select White Background or Black Background, then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 153: Set Shortcuts

    Set Shortcuts Set My Shortcuts Your handset offers you the option of assigning four shortcuts for favorite or often-used functions. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Phone Settings, Shortcuts.

  • Page 154: Set Directional Keys

    Set Directional Keys You can specify the function that is accessed when you press the Directional Key up, down or left from idle mode. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Phone Settings, Directional Keys.

  • Page 155

    NOTES • When a function assigned to the Red Side Key/PTT Key is unavailable because the flip is closed, a notification will be displayed on the front display prompting you to open the flip. Opening the flip will re-enable the Red Side Key/PTT Key •...

  • Page 156

    On: Your location is now available to the network. E911 Only: Your location will be hidden from the network and applications, except when 911 is dialed. NOTE In Airplane Mode, services that support Location On functions are temporarily disabled. Location Based Services (LBS) Your wireless device can determine its (and your) physical, geographical location (“Location Information”).

  • Page 157: Current Country

    review the privacy policies of application providers and third parties who you allow access to your Location Information, and you should know that significant risks can be associated with disclosing your Location Information to others. Current Country To change the handset settings to reflect the Country where you are currently located: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 158

    Phone Only: Allows you to edit the Lock Code for the handset only. Calls & Services: Allows you to edit the Lock Code for all Calls & Services. Enter the new four-digit code in the Enter New Code field. If you selected Calls & Services in step 4, you would also need to enter the current code before entering the new code.

  • Page 159: Phone Lock Setting

    Messages: Incoming Messages/Outgoing Messages For Incoming Messages, set Allow All/Block All. For Outgoing Messages, set Allow All/Block All. Dial-Up Modem: Allow/Block To set any of the options, press the Center Select Key [SET]. Phone Lock Setting This setting is used to lock the handset and restrict its functionality to prevent your handset from the unauthorized use until the Lock Code is entered.

  • Page 160: Restore Phone

    NOTE To unlock the handset, press the Right Soft Key [Unlock] from idle mode, and enter the four-digit Lock Code. Restore Phone To delete all User Data and restore all settings to their initial defaults: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 161: Call Settings

    NOTE When PTT mode is On, you cannot change this setting. NAM Selection To select the handset’s NAM (Number Assignment Module) if the handset is registered with multiple service providers: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 162: Answer Options

    Accessing the Call Settings submenu From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select Call Settings, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select a submenu: Answer Options/Auto Retry/TTY Mode/One Touch Dial/Voice Privacy/PC Connections/DTMF Tones/PTT Mode/Assisted Dialing Answer Options...

  • Page 163: Tty Mode

    Select Call Settings, then press the Center Select Key [OK], Auto Retry. Select the following settings, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. 10 seconds / 30 seconds / 60 seconds / Off TTY Mode You can connect a TTY device to your handset, enabling you to communicate with other parties using a TTY device.

  • Page 164: Voice Privacy

    NOTE If One Touch Dial is disabled, Speed Dial numbers designated in your Contacts will not function. Voice Privacy To turn the voice privacy feature On or Off: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select Call Settings, then press the Center Select Key [OK], Voice Privacy.

  • Page 165: Dtmf Tones

    DTMF Tones To set the Key Tone length and touch tone playback speed: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select Call Settings, then press the Center Select Key [OK], DTMF Tones.

  • Page 166: Memory

    From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select Call Settings, press the Center Select Key [OK], then press Assisted Dialing. Press the Directional Key Select the Reference Country field, then press Left Soft Key [Set] to select country.

  • Page 167

    Select Memory, then press the Center Select Key [OK], Save Options. Select one of the following settings, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Pictures/Videos/Sounds Select Phone Memory or Card Memory, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. Phone Memory and Card Memory Select this option to display Phone or Card Memory information, and to delete or move files saved in Phone or Card Memory.

  • Page 168: Usb Mode

    NOTES • Selecting Memory Usage in step 2 displays the available memory capacity, used capacity, and total capacity. • Selecting Move All To Card in step 2 moves all the files stored in Phone Memory to Card Memory. • Selecting Move All To Phone in step 2 moves all the files stored in Card Memory to Phone Memory.

  • Page 169: Phone Info

    Phone Info Accessing the Phone Info submenu To display information about your handset: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select Phone Info, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select a submenu and press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 170: Software Update

    NOTE For more information on the icons, see page 13. Software Update Status To check the status of a Software Update: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select Phone Info, then press the Center Select Key [OK], Software Update, Check new...

  • Page 171: Set-up Wizard

    NOTES • After the software download is complete, you can press the Left Soft Key [Info] to check the content of the downloaded Software Update. • After the software download is complete, you can press the Right Soft Key [Options] and then Software Update should start.

  • Page 172: Tutorial

    • DISPLAY THEMES: Select White, Wireframe, Trek, or Clash, then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Skip] to go to the next setting. • MENU LAYOUT: Select Tab, List, or Grid, then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Skip] to go to the next setting.

  • Page 173: Safety

    TIA Safety Information The following is the complete TIA Safety Information for wireless handheld phones. Tips on Efficient Operation Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to consume more power than otherwise needed.

  • Page 174: Electronic Devices

    Electronic Devices Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF energy. However, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone.

  • Page 175: Other Medical Devices

    Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. Hospitals and Health Care Facilities Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so.

  • Page 176: Safety Information For Fcc Rf Exposure

    Blasting Areas To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when in a “blasting area” or in areas posted “Turn off two-way radio”. Obey all signs and instructions. Potentially Explosive Atmospheres Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions.

  • Page 177: Sar Information

    Body-Worn Operation This device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the back of the phone kept 2.0 cm from the body. To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure requirements, use only belt-clips, holsters or similar accessories that maintain a 2.0 cm separation distance between the user’s body and the back of the phone, including the antenna.

  • Page 178

    use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output. Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by the government adopted requirement for safe exposure.

  • Page 179: Fda Information

    The user who makes changes or modifications to the unit without the express approval by the manufacturer will void user authority to operate the equipment. FDA Information U.S. Food and Drug Administration Cell Phone Facts Consumer Information on Wireless Phones...

  • Page 180

    What kinds of phones are the subject of this update? The term “wireless phone” refers here to hand-held wireless phones with built-in antennas, often called “cell,”“mobile,” or “PCS” phones. These types of wireless phones can expose the user to measurable radiofrequency energy (RF) because of the short distance between the phone and the user’s head.

  • Page 181

    What is FDA’s role concerning the safety of wireless phones? Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation-emitting consumer products such as wireless phones before they can be sold, as it does with new drugs or medical devices. However, the agency has authority to take action if wireless phones are shown to emit radiofrequency energy (RF) at a level that is hazardous to the user.

  • Page 182

    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. FCC relies on FDA and other health agencies for safety questions about wireless phones.

  • Page 183

    brain cancer, glioma, meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of the brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers. None of the studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful health effects from wireless phone RF exposures. However, none of the studies can answer questions about long-term exposures, since the average period of phone use in these studies was around three years.

  • Page 184

    FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health Organization International Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Project since its inception in 1996. An influential result of this work has been the development of a detailed agenda of research needs that has driven the establishment of new research programs around the world.

  • Page 185

    the wireless phone away from your body or use a wireless phone connected to a remote antenna. 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.

  • Page 186

    On the other hand, if the phone is mounted against the waist or other part of the body during use, then that part of the body will absorb more RF energy. Wireless phones marketed in the U.S. are required to meet safety requirements regardless of whether they are used against the head or against the body.

  • Page 187: Emergency Calls

    This test method is now part of a standard sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI). The final draft, a joint effort by FDA, medical device manufacturers, and many other groups, was completed in late 2000. This standard will allow manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators are safe from wireless phone EMI.

  • Page 188

    67 percent of calls and within 150 meters of the actual location for 95 percent of calls. CASIO G’zOne Ravine™ — ALI Capability The Ravine™ is an ALI-capable phone equipped with a GPS (Global Positioning System) receiver supporting a satellite-based GPS ALI- capable network to comply with the FCC’s ALI requirements.

  • Page 189: Compliance With Other Fcc Regulations

    911 in Lock Mode The “911” call service is available even in the lock mode. Enter “911” then press the Send Key. The call connects. The phone exits the Lock Mode for 5 minutes. To exit emergency mode, press the End/Power Key. 911 Using Any Available System Enter “911”...

  • Page 190: General Safety

    General Safety Precautions Your Handheld Portable Telephone is a high quality piece of equipment. Before operating, read all instructions and cautionary markings on the product, battery and adapter/charger. Failure to follow the directions below could result in serious bodily injury and/or property damage due to battery liquid leakage, fire or rupture.

  • Page 191

    repairable. If, by accident, you spill fluid, such as water, on the device, turn off the power, remove the battery and wipe off the fluid with a dry, clean cloth. By using this device with fluid on it, it may cause heat generation, fire, product failure or electric shock.

  • Page 192: Antenna Safety

    To avoid injury or getting into an accident, check around you to ensure your safety while placing a call, messaging, taking a picture or playing a game with this device. To avoid injury, do not use this device if the earpiece magnet picks up metal objects such as pins.

  • Page 193

    • Only use batteries specific to your phone model. • Use only the USB/Wall Charger provided with the phone. Using any charger other than the one included with the phone may damage your phone or battery. • Only use the battery and charger approved by the manufacturer. •...

  • Page 194

    • Don’t dispose of the battery in a fire. • Don’t short the positive electrode and negative electrode on the battery. • Don’t nail, hit with a hammer, or step on the battery. It may cause fire or damage. • Don’t use the battery with damage or a leak.

  • Page 195: Games

    hands. Always unplug the wall charger from the power source before attempting any cleaning. Always use a dry, soft cloth dampened with water to clean the equipment, after it has been unplugged. Handling the cord on this product or cords associated with accessories sold with this product, will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

  • Page 196: Camera

    disorientation, any involuntary movement, or convulsions— IMMEDIATELY discontinue use and consult your physician before resuming play. Repetitive Motion Injuries When you play games on your phone, you may experience occasional discomfort in your hands, arms, shoulders, neck, or other parts of your body.

  • Page 197: Accessibility

    Accessibility Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) for Wireless Telecommunications Devices PCD’s Commitment PCD believes that all of our customers should be able to enjoy the benefits of digital wireless technologies. We are committed to providing a selection of compatible devices for our customers who wear hearing aids.

  • Page 198

    How will I know if my hearing aid will work with a particular digital wireless phone? You’ll want to try a number of wireless phones so that you can decide which works the best with your hearing aids. You may also want to talk with your hearing aid professional about the extent to which your hearing aids are immune to interference, if they have wireless phone shielding, and whether your hearing aid has a HAC rating.

  • Page 199: Avoid Potential Hearing Loss

    For optimal performance, your phone should be at least 12 inches (30 centimeters) from the TTY device. Placing the phone too close to the TTY device may cause high error rates. Avoid potential hearing loss. Prolonged exposure to loud sounds (including music) is the most common cause of preventable hearing loss.

  • Page 200

    • Avoid using headphones after exposure to extremely loud noises, such as concerts, that might cause temporary hearing loss. Temporary hearing loss might cause unsafe volumes to sound normal. • Do not listen at any volume that causes you discomfort.If you experience ringing in your ears, hear muffled speech or experience any temporary hearing difficulty after listening to your portable audio device, discontinue use and consult your doctor.

  • Page 201: Recycle Your Cell Phone

    Voice: 1-800-35-NIOSH (1-800-356-4674) Internet: www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/noise/default.html RECYCLE YOUR CELL PHONE! Carriers marketing this cell phone have an in-store phone take-back program. Consumers can drop off their used wireless devices to specified carrier retail outlets for recycling purposes. For a list of carrier members and collection sites, visit the cellular industry’s...

  • Page 202

    -OR- Drop the phone off at a local collection center. For a list of collection centers, visit www.wirelessfoundation.org/CalltoProtect/dropoff.cfm Before returning any wireless device for recycling purposes, please remember to terminate your service on the device, clear the device of any stored information and remove the device’s SIM card, if it has one (please contact your wireless provider to find out if your device contains a SIM card and for assistance on how to remove it).

  • Page 203: 12 Month Limited Warranty

    12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY Personal Communications Devices, LLC. (the “Company”) warrants to the original retail purchaser of this handheld portable cellular telephone, that should this product or any part thereof during normal consumer usage and conditions, be proven defective in material or workmanship that results in product failure within the first twelve (12) month period from the date of purchase, such defect(s) will be repaired or replaced (with new or rebuilt parts) at the Company’s...

  • Page 204

    (f) Product damaged from external causes such as fire, flooding, dirt, sand, weather conditions, battery leakage, blown fuse, theft or improper usage of any electrical source. The Company disclaims liability for removal or reinstallation of the product, for geographic coverage, for inadequate signal reception by the antenna or for communications range or operation of the cellular system as a whole.

  • Page 205

    area, you may telephone in the United States (800) 229-1235, and in Canada (800) 465-9672 (in Ontario call 416-695-3060). THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY’S LAIBILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.

  • Page 206

    IN USA: Personal Communications Devices, LLC. 555 Wireless Blvd. Hauppauge, NY 11788 (800) 229-1235 IN CANADA: PCD Communications Canada Ltd. 5535 Eglinton Avenue West Suite# 234 Toronto, ON M9C 5K5 (800) 465-9672...

  • Page 207: Index

    12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY ... 202 Accessibility ...196 Add New Devices ...131 Airplane Mode ... 151 Alarm Clock ... 113 Alert Sounds ...142 All (RECENT CALLS) ...41 Answer Options ...161 Answering a call ...27 Assisted Dialing ...164 Astro Calendar ...127 Auto Retry ...161 Backlight ...146 Backup Assistant ...57...

  • Page 208

    Earth Compass ... 118 Easy Set-up ...140, 144 Edit Codes ...156 Email ...103 Emergency Calls ...186 ERI Banner ...146 Extras ...88 FCC Regulations ...188 FCC RF Exposure ...175 FDA Information ...178 Flashlight ...34 Front Display ... 151 Games ...86 General Safety ...189 Get New Pictures ...76 Get New Ringtones ...70 Groups ...52...

  • Page 209

    Mobile IM ...103 Mobile Web ...87 Motion Detection ... 35, 160 Music & Tones ...68 Mute Function ...33 My Music ...72 My Name Card ... 60 My Number...168 My Pictures ...77 My Ringtones ...71 My Sounds ...72 My Verizon ...107 My Videos ...81 NAM Selection ...160 New Contact...

  • Page 210

    Service Alerts ...143 Set Directional Keys ...153 Set My Shortcuts ...152 Set Red Side Key ...153 Set Shortcuts ...152 SETTINGS & TOOLS...107 Set-up Wizard...170 Shock Resistance ...19 Social Beat ...103 Software Update ...169 Sounds Settings ...140 Speakerphone ...34 Speed Dials ...57 Star Gazer ...128 Stop Watch ...

  • Page 211

    THIS PRODUCT IS LICENSED UNDER THE MPEG-4 VISUAL PATENT PORTFOLIO LICENSE FOR THE PERSONAL AND NON- COMMERCIAL USE OF A CONSUMER FOR (i) ENCODING VIDEO IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE MPEG-4 VISUAL STANDARD (“MPEG4-VIDEO”) AND/OR (ii) DECODING MPEG-4 VIDEO THAT WAS ENCODED BY A CONSUMER ENGAGED IN A PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY AND/OR WAS OBTAINED FROM A VIDEO PROVIDER LICENSED BY MPEG LA TO PROVIDE MPEG-4 VIDEO.

  • Page 212

    Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Bluetooth QD ID:B015664 Ravine is a trademark of Verizon Wireless. G’zOne is a trademark of Casio Computer Co., Ltd. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

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