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  • Page 1: User Guide

    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 ...17 The Battery ...21 Turning the Phone On and Off ...27 Making a call ...27 Answering a call ...28 Menu Access ...28 Using a Memory Card ...29 Connecting to the Headset Jack ...33 Quick Access to Convenient Features ...

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    Contents New Contact ...49 Contact List ...50 Groups ...52 New PTT Contact ...53 PTT Contact List ...53 PTT Groups ...54 Temp PTT Group ...55 Backup Assistant ...56 Speed Dials ...56 In Case of Emergency (ICE) ...59 My Name Card...60 Push to Talk ...61 About Push to Talk ...61 Making a PTT Call ...62 Incoming PTT Call ...65...

  • Page 4

    Safety Information for FCC RF Exposure ...163 FDA Information ...166 Emergency Calls ...174 Compliance with Other FCC Regulations ...176 General Safety ...176 Games ...182 Camera ...183 Accessibility ...184 RECYCLE YOUR CELL PHONE! ...188 12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY ... 190 Index... 194...

  • Page 5: Getting Started With Your Phone

    Getting Started with Your Phone Phone Overview 1. Earpiece 2. Main Display 3. Microphone 4. Left Soft Key 5. Camera/Video Key 6. Send Key 7. Voicemail Key 8. Clear/Voice Commands Key 9. Shift Key 10. Next Key 18. One-touch Open Button 19.

  • Page 6

    25. Speaker 26. Charge Indicator 27. Front Display 28. Rewind Key 29. Temperature Sensor 33. Internal Antenna Area* 34. Camera/ Camcorder Lens 35. Screw Type Battery Cover Lock 36. Battery Cover 33. Internal Antenna Area* * For best performance, do not touch these areas when using your handset.

  • Page 7

    1. Earpiece 2. Main Display 3. Microphone 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.

  • Page 8

    Center Select Key Press to access the MENU in idle mode. It also allows you to accept choices when navigating through a menu. Right Soft Key Press to display Contacts, or to access the function listed above the key. Speakerphone/Flashlight Key From idle mode, press to turn the Speakerphone on or off.

  • Page 9

    Volume Keys From idle mode with the flip open, press to adjust the master volume. During a call, press to adjust voice volume. Bottom Side Key From idle mode, press to launch the G’zGEAR™ application. 25. Speaker 26. Charge Indicator Appears red when charging.

  • Page 10: Menu Overview

    Menu Overview Contacts 1. New Contact 2. Contact List 3. Groups 4. New PTT Contact* 5. PTT Contact List* 6. PTT Groups* 7. Backup Assistant 8. Speed Dials 9. In Case of Emergency 10. My Name Card Messaging 1. New Message 2.

  • Page 11: Vz Navigator

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

  • Page 12

    6. Display Settings 1. Easy Set-up 2. Banner 1. Personal Banner 2. ERI Banner 3. Backlight 1. Display 2. Keypad 4. Wallpaper 1. My Pictures 2. My Videos 3. Fun Animations 5. Display Themes 6. Main Menu Settings 1. Menu Layout 2.

  • Page 13

    9. Memory 1. Save Options 1. Pictures 2. Videos 3. Sounds 2. Phone Memory 1. Memory Usage 2. My Pictures 3. My Videos 4. My Ringtones 5. My Music 6. My Sounds 7. My Contacts 8. Move All To Card 3.

  • Page 14: Screen Icons

    Icon Reference Screen Icons When the handset is turned on, the top line of 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 (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: Message Icons

    Group Picture Ringtone IM Screen Name Yahoo! WL Messenger Address In Case of Emergency Message Icons The following icons are displayed in the Inbox message list: New/Unread Text or Web Messages Opened/Read Text or Web Messages New/Unread Picture/Video/Voice Notifications Opened/Read Picture/Video/Voice Notifications Unread Downloaded Picture/Video/Voice Messages Opened/Read Downloaded Picture/Video/Voice Messages...

  • Page 17: Ptt Screen Icons

    The following icons are displayed in the Drafts message list: Draft Text Draft Pictures/Videos/Voices PTT Screen Icons The following icons are displayed 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 Dialed calls list - group...

  • Page 18: Feature Overview

    ® Bluetooth Icons When an audio device is paired with your handset When a PC is paired with your handset When a PDA is paired with your handset When another handset is paired with your handset When successfully connected, the following icons may appear: When a headset is connected with your handset When a device is paired with your handset Feature Overview...

  • Page 19: Shock Resistance

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

  • Page 20

    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 some electrical connection problems.

  • Page 21

    One-touch Open Button Pressing the One-touch Open Button with the flip closed opens the flip. NOTES • Release the One-touch Open Button as soon as you press it. If you keep pressing the button, the flip may not be fully opened by the friction between your finger and the button.

  • Page 22: The Battery

    The Battery The handset comes with a rechargeable battery. Warning! • Use only approved batteries for the ROCK™. 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.

  • Page 23

    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 side 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

    Warning! Do not leave the removed battery near heat sources such as a flame, stove, or in direct sunlight. Otherwise, it may burst, malfunction, or ignite -causing fire. Do not hit, or exert excessive shock on the battery, as it can ignite or break. Charging the Battery To charge your battery: Connect the Wall Charger to the Handset Charging Cradle...

  • Page 26

    Warning! • Hold the Wall Charger power plug horizontally and carefully insert it into the Handset Charging Cradle. • Whenever placing the handset into or removing it from the Handset Charging Cradle, hold the cradle steady as shown in the figure to the right.

  • Page 27: Battery Level

    After the handset is completely charged, unplug the Wall Charger connector and close the Charging/ Data Port cover. Make sure the port cover is completely closed. Warning! • Do not forcibly insert the Wall Charger power plug into the Charging/Data Port. Hold it horizontally and carefully insert it into the Charging/Data Port.

  • Page 28: Turning The Phone On And Off

    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. Turning the Phone Off Press and hold the End/Power Key until the main display turns off.

  • Page 29: Answering 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 alphanumeric keypad. For information on how to select an answer option, see page 149. •...

  • Page 30: Using A Memory Card

    NOTES • All directions in this manual assume that Main Menu Settings are set to Grid and Communicator, and Display Themes is set to Polyhedral Rock, which are the default settings. If other settings or themes are set, navigating the phone’s menus may be different. •...

  • Page 31: Installing A Memory Card

    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. • When installing or removing a memory card, avoid touching the memory card contacts and avoid damaging the memory card. Either can cause malfunction or loss of data.

  • Page 32: Removing A Memory Card

    Remove the battery by pulling up on the tab 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 rotate the battery lock as far as it will go towards the LOCK position.

  • Page 33

    Insert your finger in the groove on the battery cover in the direction of the arrow Remove the battery by pulling up on the Gently press the memory card inward, until it pops out. Remove the memory card. Install the battery and replace the battery cover ensuring that you rotate the battery lock as far as it will go towards the LOCK position.

  • Page 34: Connecting To The Headset Jack

    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. To open the Headset Jack cover, insert your finger tip into the notch and open the cover. Plug the connector into the Headset Jack.

  • Page 35: 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 36: Speakerphone

    Speakerphone To activate and deactivate the speakerphone: To activate, press the Speakerphone/Flashlight Key SPEAKER ON. To deactivate, press the Speakerphone/Flashlight Key turn SPEAKER OFF. Flashlight To activate and deactivate the flashlight: To activate from idle mode, press and hold the Speakerphone/ Flashlight Key to turn FLASH ON.

  • Page 37: Rotation Silencer

    When shaking the handset, be sure to hold the handset firmly as shown in the figure to the right and shake it from right to left or vice versa. NOTE When shaking the handset, make sure you do not hit the handset against nearby objects.

  • Page 38: Touch Keys

    Touch Keys You can control your handset without opening it by using the touch keys (Rewind Key , Play/Pause Key around the front display. • G’zGEAR™: With your handset closed, tap the Rewind Key or Fast Forward Key another tool. For more information on G’zGEAR™, see page 112. •...

  • Page 39: 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 the new Text Massage: From idle mode, press the Left Soft Key [Message], press New Message.

  • Page 40: Text Input Modes

    Text Input Modes There are five modes for entering text, numbers, symbols, and punctuation. Using Abc (Multi-tap) Text Input To enter words in this mode, you need to press each key repeatedly until the desired letter appears. It can also be used to add words to the T9 database.

  • Page 41: Adding Words To The T9 Database

    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. • Pressing after pressing punctuation and symbols. Adding Words to the T9 Database If a word is not in the T9 database, add it by using Abc (Multi-tap) mode text entry.

  • Page 42

    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.

  • Page 43: 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 44: Making A Call From Recent Calls

    Making a Call from Recent Calls From the Recent Calls submenu, select one of the following call lists: Missed/Received/Dialed/Blocked/All Scroll to an entry, then press the Send Key to make a call. Viewing Recent Call History From the Recent Calls submenu, select one of the following call lists: Missed/Received/Dialed/Blocked/All Scroll to a call entry, then:...

  • Page 45: View Timers

    • If you selected a PTT Group or Temp PTT Group from the Missed or Received Calls list, press the Right Soft Key [Options] to select: New TXT Message/New Picture Message/New Video Message/New Voice Message/Save to Contacts/Save to PTT Contacts/Erase/Lock (Unlock)/Erase All/View Timers •...

  • Page 46: Contacts

    The Contacts menu allows you to store names, phone numbers and other information in your handset’s memory. You may store up to 500 entries. Adding a new Contact from idle mode From idle mode, enter the phone number (up to 48 characters) you want to register.

  • Page 47

    Press Add New Contact. Select the type of phone number you want to save, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Mobile 1/Mobile 2/Home/Work Scroll to the information field you want to enter. These fields include: Name/Mobile 1/Home/Work/Email 1/Group/Picture/Ringtone/ Mobile 2/IM Screen Name/Email 2/Street/City/State/Zip Code/ Country •...

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

    Select the entered phone number field and press the Right Soft Key [Options] to select one of the following options: Set Speed Dial/Set As Default/Add 2-Sec Pause/Add Wait • To add the Contact entry to the Speed Dial list, press Speed Dial.

  • Page 49: Phone Numbers With Pauses

    Select the phone number type, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Mobile 1/Mobile 2/Home/Work If a phone number is already assigned to the field you selected, Entry is already assigned. Overwrite? appears on the display. Select Yes to overwrite, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Complete any additional fields and press the Center Select Key [SAVE] to update the contact entry.

  • Page 50: Accessing The Contacts Submenu

    Complete any additional fields and press the Center Select Key [SAVE]. Accessing the Contacts submenu From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select a submenu: New Contact/Contact List/Groups/New PTT Contact/PTT Contact List/PTT Groups/Backup Assistant/Speed Dials/In Case of Emergency/My Name Card NOTE...

  • Page 51: Contact List

    Contact List To view your Contact List: NOTE Your handset is able to perform a dynamic search of the contents in your handset’s memory. A dynamic search compares entered letters or numbers against the entries in your Contact List, and displays matches in alphabetical order.

  • Page 52: Making A Call From Your Contacts

    Making a Call from Your Contacts Once you have registered phone numbers into your Contact List, you can make calls to those numbers quickly and easily. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Contact List.

  • Page 53: Groups

    Groups Groups allow you to classify phone entries into groups with up to 10 numbers in each group. To view your grouped Contacts, add a new group, change the name of a group, delete a group, or send a message to everyone in the selected group: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 54: New Ptt Contact

    New PTT Contact NOTE You must first enable the PTT feature in order to see the PTT Contact List (see page 62). To add a new Push To Talk (PTT) Contact: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 55: Ptt Groups

    • Press the Right Soft Key [Options] to select one of the following options: New PTT Contact/Copy To Contacts/Temp PTT Group/ Erase/Edit/Call/New TXT Message/New Picture Message/ New Video Message/New Voice Message/Sort NOTE From idle mode, pressing the Top Side Key/PTT Key functions as a hot key to access the PTT Contact List.

  • Page 56: Temp Ptt Group

    • To add PTT Contacts to the PTT Group, select the existing PTT Group where you want to add the PTT Contact, then press the Right Soft Key [Options]. Press Contact entries will be displayed in alphabetical order. Select the PTT Contact you want to add, then press the Center Select Key [MARK].

  • Page 57: Backup Assistant

    Select the PTT Contact entry. You can select one of the following options: • Press the Left Soft Key [Remove] to remove the entry. • Press the Right Soft Key [Options] to select one of the following options: Remove All/New TXT Message/New Picture Message/New Video Message/New Voice Message/Save As PTT Group Backup Assistant Backup Assistant safeguards your handset’s contacts and...

  • Page 58: Setting A Speed Dial

    Setting a Speed Dial To view the Speed Dials list and assign a phone number entered in your Contacts to a Speed Dial number: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Speed Dials.

  • Page 59

    Single-Digit Speed Dialing From idle mode, press and hold the Speed Dial digit. Your handset recalls the phone number from your Contacts, displays it briefly, and then dials it. NOTE 1 : Speed Dial entry 1 (Voicemail), is already assigned. Double-Digit Speed Dialing From idle mode, press the first Speed Dial digit, then press and hold the key of the last Speed Dial digit.

  • Page 60: In Case Of Emergency (ice)

    In Case of Emergency (ICE) Follow the procedure below to register a Contact to be contacted in case of emergency, or to register a medical record number or other personal info. Up to three different Contacts can be registered to ICE. NOTE Even when the handset is locked, the Contact or personal info registered as ICE can be viewed without unlocking the handset by...

  • Page 61: My Name Card

    Entering Personal Info To register a Medical Record Number or other information that may be used in case of an emergency: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Case of Emergency.

  • Page 62: 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 63: Making A Ptt Call

    a time during Push to Talk calls. When using your phone keypad to make a Push to Talk call, you must enter the ten-digit phone number of the called party. Presence information may not be available for all Push to Talk contacts. The timeliness of presence information may be impacted by the network registration status of a Push to Talk contact.

  • Page 64

    NOTE The 3G or 1x service indicator icon on the top line of the main display is highlighted to indicate that the PTT service is available. Calling from PTT Contact List (Barge) From idle mode, press the Top Side Key/PTT Key your PTT Contact List.

  • Page 65

    When the called party finishes speaking, you will hear the “Floor Available” tone and the “Connected to” screen will appear on your display. Press and hold the Top Side Key/PTT Key Release the Top Side Key/PTT Key Press the End/Power Key to end the call. Calling from Temp PTT Group (Barge) From idle mode, press the Top Side Key/PTT Key your PTT Contact List.

  • Page 66: 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 Top Side Key/PTT Key individual. The “PTT Outgoing Alert” tone will sound, and “Alerting” will appear on the display.

  • Page 67

    Release the Top Side Key/PTT Key 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 68: Media Center

    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 69: Get New Ringtones

    Purchase songs on your V CAST Music with ® Rhapsody capable device* When you purchase music from your V CAST Music with Rhapsody capable device, you also get a second copy that can be downloaded to your PC from the V CAST Music with Rhapsody * Per-song charges apply.

  • Page 70: My Ringtones

    Follow the on screen prompts to download. 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]. Press Music & Tones, Scroll to a ringtone.

  • Page 71: My Music

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

  • Page 72: My Sounds

    NOTE Using the Motion Detection function, you can play the next song, return to the beginning of the song, or return to the previous song just by shaking your handset with the flip open. For more information on Motion Detection function, see page 35. My Sounds To select a desired sound: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select...

  • Page 73

    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]. Press Music & Tones, Press the Center Select Key [OK] to begin recording. When done, press the Center Select Key [STOP] to finish recording.

  • Page 74: 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 wireless device 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 75: V Cast Videos

    Accessing the Picture & Video submenu From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Picture & Video. Select a submenu. V CAST Videos/Get New Pictures/My Pictures/My Videos/Take Picture/Record Video/Online Album V CAST Videos Get news and entertainment on your wireless device with streaming video clips.

  • Page 76: Downloading A Video Clip

    Downloading a Video Clip From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Picture & Video, Browse and search the V CAST Video catalog, and select the video you want. After reading the description of the video clip, press the Right Soft Key [Options].

  • Page 77: Get New Pictures

    From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Picture & Video, Browse and search the V CAST Video catalog, and select the video you want. After reading the description of the video clip, press the Right Soft Key [Options].

  • Page 78: My 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. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 79

    Rotate You can rotate the pictures stored in the My Pictures folder. NOTES • The rotated picture is stored in the My Pictures folder as a separate file. • Some images cannot be rotated due to copyright protection, image size, or other reasons. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 80

    Press the Right Soft Key [Zoom+] or the Left Soft Key [Zoom-]. Press the Directional Key to scroll the display. Resize You can resize the pictures stored in the My Pictures folder. NOTES • The resized picture is stored in the My Pictures folder as a separate file.

  • Page 81

    Press the Right Soft Key [Options], then press Select one of the following sizes, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. 160 × 120 / 120 × 160 / 320 × 240 / 240 × 320 / 640 × 480 / 480 × 640 / 1280 ×...

  • Page 82: My Videos

    Press the Right Soft Key [Mark All], then press the Left Soft Key [Done]. “Erase pictures?” will appear on your display. Press the Center Select Key [OK] to select Yes. A confirmation message appears. My Videos In My Videos, you can view all the videos you have taken, store the selected videos in your phone, send a video to the Online Album, delete videos, and access additional video options.

  • Page 83

    Send: Sends the selected video. (Video Message/To Online Album/Via Bluetooth) Record Video: Records a new video. V CAST Videos: Accesses V CAST Videos. Set As Wallpaper: Sets the selected video as wallpaper. Manage Videos: Allows you to manage the videos stored in the My Videos folder.

  • Page 84: Take Picture

    Press the Center Select Key [OK] to select Yes. A confirmation message appears. Take Picture In Take Picture mode, you can take pictures with a picture size up to 1600 × 1200 pixels. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 85: Record Video

    To take the picture, press the Center Select Key [TAKE]. Perform one of the following operations: • Press the Left Soft Key [Save] to save the picture in the My Pictures folder. • Press the Center Select Key [SEND] to save the picture in the My Pictures folder and create a Picture Message.

  • Page 86: Online Album

    Recording Time: Set the duration limit to 60 Seconds for Video Message or 60 Minutes for Save. Call Interruption: Select to block or allow interruption by an incoming call, alert, etc. while recording. (Allow/Block) Viewfinder: Select the main display or front display as the viewfinder.

  • Page 87: Games

    Games To download games and applications from the MEDIA CENTER server: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Games, Choose the software you want from the list displayed on the screen.

  • Page 88: Browse & Download

    Select Mobile Web or Get Channels and press the Center Select Key [OK]. Follow the on-screen prompts. Starting the Mobile Web From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Media Center, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Mobile Web.

  • Page 89: Extras

    NOTES • To use VZ Navigator, you must set Location to Location On. See page 143. • Download, subscription, and airtime required for use; only in National Enhanced Services Coverage Area; accuracy and completeness of information is not guaranteed; information about the location of the device will be used to deliver service.

  • Page 90: 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/Inbox/Sent/Drafts/Voicemail/Mobile IM/Email/ Chat NOTES • From idle mode, pressing the Left Soft Key [Message] functions as a hot key to access the Messaging submenu.

  • Page 91: Sending A Text Message

    Sending a Text 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 92: Sending A Video Message

    Press the Center Select Key [OK]. Type your message in the Text: field. Scroll to the Picture field, then press the Left Soft Key [My Pics]. Select the picture you want to include in your message, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Scroll to and edit any additional fields as desired.

  • Page 93: Customizing The Message Using Options

    Type your message in the Text: field. Scroll to and edit any additional fields as desired. Press the Center Select Key [SEND]. A sending screen appears. Customizing the Message Using Options You can customize a new Text Message, Picture Message, Video Message or Voice Message, by pressing the Right Soft Key [Options] to access the following features.

  • Page 94: Using Contacts To Send A Message

    Add Slide: Inserts multiple pictures into a message. (This option only appears for a Picture Message) Add Signature: Inserts the signature text into a message. (This option only appears for a Picture/Video/Voice Message, and only when Signature is set to Custom in Message Settings and “No” is selected for the confirmation message “Insert Signature for all Messages?”.) Priority Level: Assigns a priority to the message.

  • Page 95: Inbox

    Press the Right Soft Key [Add]. Press From Contacts. Scroll to the Contact entry containing the destination, then press the Center Select Key [MARK]. Press the Left Soft Key [Done] then press the Center Select Key [OK] to go to the Text field. NOTE You can send a message to up to ten people at a time.

  • Page 96

    • Press the Right Soft Key [Options] to select one of the following options: Reply: Replies to the selected message. (TXT Message/Picture Message/Video Message/Voice Message) Reply w. Copy: Replies to the Text message with the original message attached. Forward: Forwards a received message. Add To Contacts: Stores the callback number, e-mail address, or numbers from the received message into your Contacts.

  • Page 97: Sent

    NOTES • Locked messages cannot be deleted using Erase Inbox and Erase All functions. • If the memory is full, no more messages can be received until enough memory space becomes available. If the memory is over 80% full, one of the following warning messages will appear.

  • Page 98: Drafts

    Lock (Unlock): Locks or unlocks the selected message. Locked messages cannot be deleted by the Erase Sent and Erase All functions. Add To Contacts: Stores the callback number, e-mail address, or numbers from the sent message into your Contacts. Add To PTT Contacts: Stores the callback number from the sent message into the PTT Contact List.

  • Page 99: Voicemail

    Voicemail Your handset will alert you when you receive new voicemail. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Messaging, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Select Voicemail and then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Perform either of the following operations: •...

  • Page 100: Chat

    Select one of the following options, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Mobile Email/Mobile Web Mail To send an e-mail, follow the on-screen prompts and functions. 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].

  • Page 101

    Auto Erase Inbox: Selecting On automatically erases the read/ unlocked messages in the Inbox when the storage capacity reaches the limit. (On/Off) 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.

  • Page 102: Message Erase

    Message Erase To erase all messages stored in your Inbox, Drafts or Sent folders: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Messaging, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Right Soft Key [Options], to access the following options: •...

  • Page 103: 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 104: Voice Commands

    Voice Commands The Voice Commands tool allows you to make a phone call quickly and easily by verbal command. Your handset recalls the number from your Contacts, displays it briefly, and then dials it. NOTES • From idle mode, you can access the Voice Commands function by pressing the Voice Commands Key •...

  • Page 105

    Go To <Menu>: The “Go To” command allows you to access a menu within the handset (for example, “Go to Contacts”). If no menu option is stated, a list of options will be provided. Choose from the following: Alarm Clock, Bluetooth Menu, Calculator, Calendar, Call Settings, Contacts, Display Settings, Media Center, Games, Messaging, Missed Calls, Mobile Web, Music &...

  • Page 106: Voice Commands Settings

    Voice Commands Settings From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Tools, Voice Commands. Press the Right Soft Key [Settings]. Select one of the following options: Confirm Choices: Automatic/Always Confirm/Never Confirm Sensitivity: More Sensitive/Automatic/Less Sensitive Adapt Voice: Adapts digit dialing and name dialing to your voice.

  • Page 107

    NOTE To insert a decimal, press example: 1. Press Directional Key 2. Press the Center Select Key [=], the answer “20” will be displayed. Calendar The Calendar tool provides easy and convenient access to your schedule. Simply store your events and your handset will alert you to them. NOTE From idle mode, you can directly access the Calendar feature by pressing the Directional Key...

  • Page 108

    up or down for am/pm. Then press the Center Select Key [SET]. Time Zones: Press the Left Soft Key [Set], then select from the following: GMT/UTC, EST, EDT, CST, CDT, MST, MDT, PST, PDT, AKST, AKDT, HAST, or HADT. Then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 109: Alarm Clock

    Scroll to an event, then press the Center Select Key [VIEW]. If you need to edit event details, press the Center Select Key [EDIT]. To erase an event, press the Left Soft Key [Erase]. With Yes highlighted, press the Center Select Key [OK] to erase the calendar event.

  • Page 110: Stop Watch

    Ringer: Press the Left Soft Key [Set] then select the desired ringtone and press the Center Select Key [SET]. Press the Center Select Key [SAVE] after setting all of the applicable Alarm Fields. Disabling an alarm before it sounds From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 111: World Clock

    Press the Center Select Key [START] to start the countdown timer. • Press the Center Select Key [STOP] to stop the countdown timer. • Press the Left Soft Key [Reset] to reset the countdown timer. World Clock To determine the current time in another time zone or country: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 112: Usb Mass Storage

    Select a note, then press the Center Select Key [VIEW]. If you need to edit the note, press the Center Select Key [EDIT]. Edit the note. When you are done, press the Center Select Key [SAVE]. NOTE You can erase the note by pressing the Left Soft Key [Erase] in step 3.

  • Page 113: G'zgear

    G’zGEAR™ G’zGEAR™ provides six useful tools for outdoor activities. Warning! Do not use G’zGEAR™ while engaging in any dangerous sports. NOTE When the Bottom Side Key Set Shortcuts from the Phone Settings, pressing the Bottom Side from idle mode activates the G’zGEAR™ with the flip either open or closed.

  • Page 114

    Calibration: Calibrates the electronic compass. • Left Soft Key [Home]: Returns to G’zGEAR™ Home menu. NOTES • The Earth Compass cannot be used while the handset is being charged. • When using the electronic compass, orient the handset so its keypad is horizontal.

  • Page 115: Walking Counter

    • Direction readings taken in any of the following locations may result in a large margin of error. Near buildings (especially ferro-concrete structures), large metal objects (trains, motor vehicles, etc.), high-voltage power lines, or overhead wires 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...

  • Page 116

    Trail Selection: Selects the trail to walk in Virtual Trek mode. Delete Pedometer Data: Deletes today’s data or all past data measured with the pedometer. Pedometer Settings: Enter your height, weight, age, and gender to calculate the traveled distance and burned calories from your steps.

  • Page 117

    • Left Soft Key [Home]: Returns to G’zGEAR™ Home menu. NOTES • The Thermometer cannot be used while the handset is being charged. • Expose the handset to open air and wait until it reaches the same temperature as open air, which may take about 30 minutes. •...

  • Page 118: Sunrise Sunset

    Key [GPS] to measure the current location and select the nearest site. • Right Soft Key [Options]: Displays the following options: About: Displays the description of the Tides Tool. One-day View: Switches to One-day View mode. Current View: Switches to Current View mode. Select Your Location: Same as the key [LOCATION] above.

  • Page 119: Astro Calendar

    • Right Soft Key [Options]: Displays the following options: About: Displays the description of the Sunrise Sunset tool. Tracking: Switches to Tracking mode. Day/Night: Switches to Day/Night mode. Select Your Location: Same as the key [LOCATION] above. • Left Soft Key [Home]: Returns to G’zGEAR™ Home menu. NOTES •...

  • Page 120

    NOTES • The Astro Calendar tool can display the information between January 1, 2009 and December 31, 2020. • The moon’s age displayed by the Astro Calendar tool is at noon of the day. • The sun, moon and earth displayed by the Astro Calendar tool are only imagery pictures.

  • Page 121

    NOTES • If the handset is closed while displaying the G’zGEAR™ tool on the main display, the tool will be displayed on the front display. • On the front display, the following information is displayed for each tool: Earth Compass: Compass Walking Counter: Steps, burned calories Thermometer: Temperature in Celsius and Fahrenheit Tides: Time of flood tide, time of ebb tide...

  • Page 122: Bluetooth

    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, G’zGEAR, Bluetooth Your handset supports the following Bluetooth and protocols: Headset, Handsfree, Dial Up Networking, Stereo, Phonebook Access, Basic Printing, and Object Push (for vCard and vCalendar).* You can create and store 20 pairings within the...

  • Page 123: Add New Devices

    NOTES • By default, your handset’s Bluetooth • From idle mode, you can toggle Bluetooth by pressing the Directional Key Bluetooth on/off. Add New Devices “Pairing” is the process that allows the handset to locate, establish, and register a 1-to-1 connection with the target device. To pair the handset with a new Bluetooth From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 124

    NOTE You do not need to input the passkey for pairing when the passkey of the Bluetooth ® Headset or hands-free kit is 0000. The handset will prompt you with the following message on the main display: Before Connecting To [Device Name]. If you would like to always confirm before connecting to the Bluetooth select Always Ask, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 125: Bluetooth Settings

    Bluetooth Settings Settings for Your Handset From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Bluetooth. Press the Right Soft Key [Options] to select one of the following options: •...

  • Page 126: Sending And Receiving Name Cards

    Sending and Receiving Name Cards Use the following procedures to send and receive a Name Card via Bluetooth ® Sending a Name Card To send a name card to the paired device via Bluetooth From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK], press Contact List.

  • Page 127: Sending And Receiving Images

    Pulling a Name Card You can use the following procedure to request a name card from another Bluetooth ® Contact List. NOTE Register My Name Card before performing the following steps. For information about how to register My Name Card, see page 60. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Contacts, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 128: Keyguard Settings

    Select the image you want to send, then press the Right Soft Key [Options]. Press Send and then Highlight the image and press the Center Select Key [MARK], when finished, press the Left Soft Key [Done]. Select the receiving device and then press the Center the Select Key [OK].

  • Page 129: Sounds Settings

    NOTES • When you open the flip, the side keys will unlock. • When G’zGEAR™ or My Music is active with the flip closed, the side keys and touch keys will not lock. • Even when locked, the side keys are valid in the following cases: When the alarm and schedule sounds.

  • Page 130

    Select a submenu: Easy Set-up / Call Sounds / Alert Sounds / Keypad Volume / Digit Dial Readout / Service Alerts / Power On/Off Easy Set-up You can set the Call Sounds, Keypad Volume, Text Message Alert, Media Message Alert, and Voicemail Message Alert all at once using the Wizard.

  • Page 131: Call Sounds

    Call Sounds To set ringtones for types of incoming calls: Call Ringtone From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Sounds Settings, Select a ringtone, then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the sound.

  • Page 132: Keypad Volume

    Select Tone/Vibrate/Reminder, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Tone: Select a ringer, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. To play the alert tone, press the Left Soft Key [Play]. Vibrate: Select On or Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. Reminder: Select Once/Every 2 Minutes/Every 15 Minutes/Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 133: Display Settings

    Sounds Settings, Select one of the following options, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. ERI: Alerts you to the status of cellular service. Minute Beep: Alerts you every minute during a call in progress. Call Connect: Alerts you when the call is connected. Select On or Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 134

    From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Display Settings, Follow the on screen prompts to set display settings. PERSONAL BANNER: Enter in the desired banner text, 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 135: Personal Banner

    12, Large Digital 12, Digital 24, Large Digital 24 or Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Skip] to go to the next setting. FRONT CLOCK FORMAT: Select Digital, Analog or Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Skip] to complete set-up.

  • Page 136

    From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Display Settings, Select one of the following settings, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Duration: Select 7 seconds, 15 seconds, 30 seconds, Always On, or Always Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 137: Display Themes

    Select one of the following options, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. My Pictures/My Videos/Fun Animations Select from the available screens, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. NOTE Files larger than 5MB can not be set as Wallpaper. Display Themes To choose the color of the background screen: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select...

  • Page 138: Replace Menu Items

    NOTE All directions in this manual assume that Main Menu Settings are set to Grid and Communicator, and Display Themes is set to Polyhedral Rock, which are the default settings. Replace Menu Items Main Menu items can be replaced only when Menu Layout is set to List or Grid.

  • Page 139: Reset Menu Settings

    up, down, left or right to highlight desired position, then press the Center Select Key [SWAP]. Press the Left Soft Key [Done]. Reset Menu Settings Main Menu Settings can be reset when Menu Layout is set to List or Grid by using the following procedure. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 140: Phone Settings

    Menu Font Size To set the menu font size: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Display Settings, Select Normal or Large, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. Clock Format To choose the kind of clock to be displayed on the main display and the front display:...

  • Page 141: Airplane Mode

    Airplane Mode In Airplane Mode, all menu functions can be accessed except making calls, receiving calls, data connection and Bluetooth Activating Airplane Mode will disable all wireless communications. In Airplane Mode, services that support Location On functions are temporarily disabled. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 142: Set Directional Keys

    Resetting My Shortcuts To return My Shortcuts to their original defaults: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Phone Settings, Shortcuts. Select Shortcut 1, Shortcut 2, Shortcut 3, or Shortcut 4, then press the Right Soft Key [Options].

  • Page 143: Set Side Keys

    Press Reset ([UP], [LEFT] or [DOWN]) Key, or Directional Keys. Select Yes, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Set Side Keys You can specify the function that is accessed when you press the Bottom Side Key idle mode. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 144

    Voice Commands Settings To configure prompts and call alert for voice commands: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Phone Settings, Select one of the following options and then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 145: Current Country

    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 & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Phone Settings, Select the country where you are currently located, then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 146

    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. Press the Directional Key New Code field. Enter the new four-digit code again as confirmation.

  • Page 147: 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 submenus, press the Center Select Key [SET]. Phone Lock Setting This setting specifies whether the handset should be locked whenever it is turned on.

  • Page 148: Restore Phone

    Enter the four-digit Lock Code, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. The default Lock Code is the last 4 digits of your phone number. Press Lock Phone Now. NOTE To unlock the handset, press the Right Soft Key [Unlock] from idle mode, enter the four-digit Lock Code then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 149: Nam Selection

    From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Phone Settings, Select one of the following settings, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. Home Only: Only within your home area or home affiliated area. Automatic: Scan radio channels based on the Automatic setting.

  • Page 150: Call Settings

    Motion Detection To turn the Motion Detection feature On or Off: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Phone Settings, Select one of the following settings, then press the Center Select Key [OK].

  • Page 151: Auto Retry

    NOTES • The Auto w/Handsfree Mode will function after about five seconds. • When the handset is closed, the Auto w/Handsfree Mode will not function, except when connected to a headset. When the handset is open, the Auto w/Handsfree Mode will only function when the Speakerphone is on.

  • Page 152: One Touch Dial

    One Touch Dial To initiate a speed dial call by holding down the speed dial digit: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings & Tools, then press the Center Select Key [OK]. Press Call Settings, Select On or Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET]. NOTE If One Touch Dial is disabled, Speed Dial numbers designated in your Contacts will not function.

  • Page 153: Dtmf Tones

    NOTE If you select Bluetooth, you cannot change PTT mode. 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]. Press Call Settings, Select one of the following settings, then press the Center Select Key [SET].

  • Page 154: Memory

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

  • Page 155

    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 156: 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 157: 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]. Press Phone Info. Select a submenu and press the Center Select Key [OK]. My Number/SW/HW Version/Icon Glossary/Software Update My Number To view your handset’s Mobile Device Number (MDN), Mobile...

  • Page 158: Software Update

    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]. Press Phone Info, Check new To check for and execute a Software Update: From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 159: Set-up Wizard

    Install Deferred SW When there is a Software Update that has been deferred, the “Check New” item changes to “Install Deferred SW.” Selecting this option installs the deferred Software Update. From idle mode, press the Center Select Key [MENU], select Settings &...

  • Page 160

    press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Skip] to go to the next setting. FRONT CLOCK FORMAT: Select Digital, Analog or Off, then press the Center Select Key [SET] to save the setting or press the Right Soft Key [Skip] to complete set-up.

  • Page 161: 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 162: 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 163: 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 164: 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 165: 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 166

    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 167: Fda Information

    When the phone is located at greater distances from the user, the exposure to RF is drastically lower because a person’s RF exposure decreases rapidly with increasing distance from the source. U.S. Food and Drug Administration Cell Phone Facts Consumer Information on Wireless Phones...

  • Page 168

    The so-called “cordless phones,” which have a base unit connected to the telephone wiring in a house, typically operate at far lower power levels, and thus produce RF exposures well within the FCC’s compliance limits. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard? The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated with using wireless phones.

  • Page 169

    actions, FDA has urged the wireless phone industry to take a number of steps, including the following: • Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the type emitted by wireless phones; • Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the user that is not necessary for device function;...

  • Page 170

    thus not the primary subject of the safety questions discussed in this document. What are the results of the research done already? The research done thus far has produced conflicting results, and many studies have suffered from flaws in their research methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects of radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures characteristic of wireless phones have yielded conflicting results that often cannot be repeated in other...

  • Page 171

    What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from wireless phones poses a health risk? A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological studies of people actually using wireless phones would provide some of the data that are needed. Lifetime animal exposure studies could be completed in a few years.

  • Page 172

    FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) have a formal Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to do research on wireless phone safety. FDA provides the scientific oversight, obtaining input from experts in government, industry, and academic organizations. CTIA- funded research is conducted through contracts to independent investigators.

  • Page 173

    What about children using wireless phones? The scientific evidence does not show a danger to users of wireless phones, including children and teenagers. If you want to take steps to lower exposure to radiofrequency energy (RF), the measures described above would apply to children and teenagers using wireless phones.

  • Page 174

    Do wireless phone accessories that claim to shield the head from RF radiation work? Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF emissions from wireless phones, there is no reason to believe that accessories that claim to shield the head from those emissions reduce risks. Some products that claim to shield the user from RF absorption use special phone cases, while others involve nothing more than a metallic accessory attached to the phone.

  • Page 175: Emergency Calls

    phones and helped develop a voluntary standard sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). This standard specifies test methods and performance requirements for hearing aids and wireless phones so that no interference occurs when a person uses a “compatible” phone and a “compatible” hearing aid at the same time.

  • Page 176: In Lock Mode

    67 percent of calls and within 150 meters of the actual location for 95 percent of calls. Casio G’zOne Rock™’s ALI Capability The Rock™ 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 177: Compliance With Other Fcc Regulations

    The phone remains in Emergency Mode for 5 minutes. To exit emergency mode, press the End/Power Key . Compliance with Other FCC Regulations Operating Procedures Never violate any of the following Rules and Regulations of the FCC when using your Cellular Phone. Such violations are punishable by fine, imprisonment or both.

  • Page 178

    emitting equipment. DO NOT drop your device or subject it to severe shock. When not using, lay down the unit to avoid possible damage due to instability. DO NOT expose this equipment to rain or spilled beverages. DO NOT use unauthorized accessories. DO NOT disassemble the phone or its accessories.

  • Page 179

    may cause leakage, heat generation, explosion or fire. If device is damaged by dropping and the internal parts are exposed, do not touch the exposed parts. You might get electric shock or injured from damaged parts. Call the customer service for assistance.

  • Page 180: Antenna Safety

    Please contact customer service for assistance should you need a replacement battery. • Only use Casio branded batteries specific to your phone model. • Use only the Wall charger provided with the phone. Using any charger other than the one included with the phone may damage your phone or battery.

  • Page 181

    • If the battery is stored in temperatures above or below the recommended range, give it time to warm up or cool down before using. • Completely drain the battery before recharging. It may take one to four days to completely drain. •...

  • Page 182

    yourself, please call RBRC at (800) 822-8837 for proper disposal tips. Never touch any fluid that might leak from the built-in battery. Such liquid when in contact with the eyes or skin, could cause injury to the skin or eyes. Should the liquid come into contact with the eyes, irrigate the eyes thoroughly with clean water and immediately seek medical attention.

  • Page 183: Games

    reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling. Always disconnect the wall charger or desktop charger from the power source when it is not in use. Move the charger away from fire if it starts to leak or smell. The leaked liquid may catch the fire, which causes fire or explosion. If the plug is not be inserted completely, it may cause electric shock, heat generation or fire.

  • Page 184: 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 185: 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 186

    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 187: Avoid Potential Hearing Loss

    characters, adjust the volume as needed to minimize the error rate. 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.

  • Page 188

    • Limit the amount of time you listen. As the volume increases, less time is required before your hearing could be affected. • Avoid using headphones after exposure to extremely loud noises, such as rock concerts, that might cause temporary hearing loss. Temporary hearing loss might cause unsafe volumes to sound normal.

  • Page 189: Recycle Your Cell Phone

    Voice: 1-800-35-NIOSH (1-800-356-4674) Internet: http://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 190

    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 191: 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 192

    (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 193

    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 194

    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 195: Index

    12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY ...190 Accessibility ...184 Add New Devices ...122 Airplane Mode ...140 Alarm Clock ...108 Alert Sounds ...130 All (RECENT CALLS) ...42 Answer Options ...149 Answering a call ...28 Assisted Dialing ...152 Auto Retry ...150 Backlight ...134 Backup Assistant ...56 Banner ...134 Battery ...21 Battery Level ...26...

  • Page 196

    Easy Set-up ...129, 132 Edit Codes ...144 Email ...98 Emergency Calls ... 174 ERI Banner ...134 Extras ...88 FCC Regulations ...176 FDA Information ...166 Flashlight ...35 Games ...86 General Safety ...176 Get New Pictures ...76 Get New Ringtones ...68 Groups ...52 G’zGEAR™...

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    My Sounds ...71 My Verizon ...102 My Videos ...81 NAM Selection ...148 New Contact... 45, 53 New Message ...89 New Message Alert ...89 New PTT Contact ...53 Notepad ... 110 One Touch Dial... 151 One-touch Open Button...20 Online Album...85 Palabra Mode ...41 Pauses ...48 PC Connections ...

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    SETTINGS & TOOLS...102 Set-up Wizard...158 Shock Resistance ...18 Software Update ...157 Sounds Settings ...128 Speakerphone ...35 Speed Dials ...56 Stop Watch ...109 SW/HW Version ...156 Sync music from PC ...73 System Select...147 T9 Word Mode ...39 Take Picture ...83 Temp PTT Group ...55 Text Input ...38 Text Input Modes ...39 TIA Safety Information ...160...

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    Your wireless device can determine its (and your) physical, geographical location (“Location Information”). Certain software applications are capable of accessing, collecting and using Location Information and disclosing the information to the application provider and other people. You should use caution and discretion when determining whether or not Location Information should be made available to them.

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    (“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. NO LICENSE IS GRANTED OR SHALL BE IMPLIED FOR ANY OTHER USE.

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    ® The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Casio Computer Co.,Ltd. is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners. ROCK and G’zGEAR are trademarks of Casio Hitachi Mobile Communications Co., Ltd.

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  • larry Mar 02, 2014 10:46:
    Add clearer instructio​ns on how to adjust phone to hearing aide use.