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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Contents Preparing Your Phone for Use 3 Turning Your Phone On and Off 11 Display Information and Key Functions 13 Making and Receiving Calls 16 During a Call 19 Using the Menus 21 Your Personal Phone Book 29 Using the Call List 39 Your Voice Mail Service 42 Personalizing Your Phone 44 Text Messages (SMS) 53...
  • Page 2 EN 50081 Electromagnetic compatibility, Generic Emission Stand- ard, and EN 50082 Electromagnetic compatibility, Generic Immu- nity Standard. Ericsson R310s First edition (November 1999) This manual is published by Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, without any warranty. Improvements and changes to this manual necessitated by typo-...
  • Page 3: Preparing Your Phone For Use

    Preparing Your Phone for Use Front Volume keys Display Keypad Wash the phone gently in cold water under a water tap. Do not immerse the phone in water. Antenna Indicator light Earpiece Power On/Off Microphone...
  • Page 4: The Sim Card

    Back Security screws Assembly You need to do the following to use your phone: • insert the SIM card • attach the battery to the phone • charge the battery The SIM Card When you register as a subscriber with a network operator, you get a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card.
  • Page 5: Inserting The Sim Card

    Inserting the SIM Card Before you can insert the SIM card you need to remove the back cover and the battery. 1. Release the back cover by screwing the secu- rity screws anti-clock- wise. Remove the cover from the phone. 2.
  • Page 6 5. Slide the SIM card into the holder. Make certain that the cut cor- ner is in the top right- hand corner. 6. Lock the holder by pressing it down and sliding it in the direc- tion of the arrow in the picture.
  • Page 7: The Battery

    The PIN Most SIM cards are supplied with a security code, also known as PIN (Personal Identity Number), which you need to access the network. Every time you turn on your phone, you are asked to enter your PIN. You will find your PIN in the information from your operator.
  • Page 8: Charging The Battery

    tery you use and your position in the network. Please note that these times are approximate and you may have 20% less time than is shown in the display. Note! The phone turns itself off when the battery can no longer power it satisfactorily.
  • Page 9: Disconnecting The Charger

    while until you get an indication of charging in the dis- play. An Ericsson-approved battery is indicated by each time you start charging the battery. For mized Charging the best charging, talk and standby times in the long run, we recommend that you use only Ericsson-approved batter- ies with your phone.
  • Page 10 Washing the phone Wash the phone gently in cold water under a water tap. Do not immerse the phone in water! Note! If water gets behind the back cover, or inside the rubber plug, open the cover or plug and shake the water out.
  • Page 11: Turning Your Phone On And Off

    Turning Your Phone On and Off Turning your Phone on • Press and hold the If “PIN:” Appears in the Display Some SIM cards are protected with a PIN code. If appears in the display after PIN: you have turned on the phone: 1.
  • Page 12: Initial Settings

    Initial Settings The first time you turn on your phone, you may want to choose the ring signal type and set the clock and date. For more information about these and other settings, see “Per- sonalizing Your Phone” on page 44. Display Language Most modern SIM cards automatically set the display lan- guage to the language of the country where you bought...
  • Page 13: Display Information And Key Functions

    Display Information and Key Functions In standby mode, the display shows the name of your oper- ator, the time, the signal strength and the battery power. Other icons appear if you receive any messages, divert all your incoming calls, set the alarm clock and so on. In this chapter, you will also learn about the key functions.
  • Page 14: Key Functions

    Silent indicator SMS indicator Voice mail indicator Line 1 indicator Line 2 indicator Ciphering indicator Home zone indicator You are in your home Note! Each menu has got its own symbol. See “Menu Graphics” on page 21. Key Functions The table below explains the key functions. Key: Y E S All audible signals are...
  • Page 15 Key: (Clear) Number keys (Hash) Volume keys up and down Note! For information about the key functions in the menus, see “Moving through the Menus” on page 23 Use: To enter the menu system. To move (scroll) through menus, lists and text.
  • Page 16: Making And Receiving Calls

    Making and Receiving Calls In this chapter, we assume that you have turned on your phone and that you are within range of a network. If you are abroad, you may use other networks, provided your home network has an agreement that allows you to do this. See “Setting Network Preferences”...
  • Page 17: Making International Calls

    For more information, see “Using the Call List” on page Automatic Re-Dialling If the connection failed when you first called and the display shows can re-dial the number by pressing Your phone automatically re-dials (up to 10 times) • until the call is answered. When the call is successfully connected, you hear a ring signal.
  • Page 18: Receiving A Call

    Receiving a Call When you receive a call, the phone rings and the display shows Answer? If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification (CLI) service and the caller’s network sends the number, you see the caller’s number in the dis- play.
  • Page 19: During A Call

    During a Call Your phone has several functions, which you might find helpful while a call is in progress. Changing the Listening Volume You can easily change the listening volume during a call by pressing any of the volume keys on the side of the phone. To change the listening volume during a call •...
  • Page 20: The Notepad

    Banking Services” on page 35. However, it may be a risk to save your codes in the phone in case it is stolen. The Notepad If you want to make a note of a phone number during a call, you can use your phone display as a notepad. To use the notepad during a call •...
  • Page 21: Using The Menus

    Using the Menus You can find all your phone functions in the menus. You use the menus every time you want to change a setting in your phone, such as the ring signal. You also use the menus to get the most out of your phone: to set the alarm clock, send text messages, save important phone numbers, etc.
  • Page 22 Symbol: Name: My Shortcuts menu Ongoing call indicator Missed Calls indicator Answered call indicator Dialled number indicator Phone memory indicator Group indicator Unread SMS indicator Unchecked Voice Mail Phone book look up indicator SIM card mem- ory indicator Voice label in phone indicator Voice label in car indicator...
  • Page 23: Moving Through The Menus

    Symbol: Name: Preferred net- work indicator Forbidden net- work indicator Home zone indicator Help text indicator Lock indicator Moving through the Menus There are two ways of moving through the menus: • scrolling with u • using shortcuts Scrolling by Using u Press...
  • Page 24: Using Shortcuts

    Using Shortcuts A quicker way to move through the menus is to use the shortcuts. You simply enter the number of the menu or sub- menu to which you want to go, but you first need to enter the menus by pressing u standby, you press and hold Tip! A quicker way to enter the ‘Find and Call’...
  • Page 25: Display Text

    3. Press to select the Y E S sub-menu. (You do not need to scroll with the arrow keys since this is the first sub- menu in the main menu 4. Use d d or u u to scroll to the sub-menu.
  • Page 26 • Grey text indicates a function that is temporarily unavailable, for example due to your subscription or due to a certain setting which is not on. • Text marked with a tick indicates the current setting or settings selected. • Text marked with a filled button indi- cates the current setting selected.
  • Page 27: Help Texts

    Help texts To help you use the functions and settings of the menus, your phone includes pop-up help texts that explain the sub- menus. These help texts are set to On when you buy your phone, but you may turn them off at any time. To turn the help texts on or off 1.
  • Page 29: Your Personal Phone Book

    Your Personal Phone Book You can create a personal phone book by saving phone numbers and accompanying names (an entry). An easy way to make calls is by recalling the phone numbers or names saved in your phone book. Creating a Personal Phone Book Before you start creating your personal phone book, there are a few things you need to know.
  • Page 30: Entering Letters

    replaces the international dialling prefix for the country you are calling from) followed by the country code, the area code and the phone number. To enter an international phone number Press and hold 0 to enter the + sign. • Exclude the leading zero in the area code.
  • Page 31 • To delete letters and numbers, press the You may also use the volume keys as a shortcut to certain letters: To enter a ‘B’, press the upper volume key and press 2 . • To enter a ‘C’, press the lower volume key and press 2 . •...
  • Page 32 can enter position number 201 to save a number in the phone memory. If you have turned Voice Dialling on, you are asked if you want to add a voice label to your phone book entry. See “Voice Control” on page 92. Ask to Save If you wish to be asked to save any dialled or answered number that is not already saved in your phone book you...
  • Page 33: Shortcuts To Phone Book Entries

    u or d d until you find the correct name and number. 4. Press to make the call. Y E S Tip! A quicker way to enter the ‘Find and Call’ function is to press and hold d Shortcuts to Phone Book Entries When in standby, you can find an entry by: entering the position number followed by # .
  • Page 34: Overwrite Protection

    To edit an entry 1. Scroll to Phone Book 2. Enter the position number or the name of the entry that you wish to edit. Press If the name displayed is not the one you want, press u or d d until you find the correct name and number.
  • Page 35: Telephone Banking Services

    To delete an entry from the memory 1. Scroll to Phone Book 2. Enter the position number or the name of the number that you want to delete and press on the sort order, i.e. by name or by position.) 3.
  • Page 36 4. Enter the name that you want to associate with the phone number and code and press 5. Press to save. Y E S If you want to save the number in a different position than the one suggested, see “Saving a Number Together with a Name”...
  • Page 37 To create a new group 1. Scroll to Phone Book 2. Enter a name for the group and press 3. Scroll to Add new? 4. Select an entry in your phone book. 5. To add the next member, press To add a new member to an existing group 1.
  • Page 38: Checking The Status Of The Memories

    Tip! The @ sign is accessed by pressing the 0 key three times. To edit an e-mail address 1. Scroll to Phone Book 2. Select the entry that you want to edit. 3. Select Edit 4. Edit the e-mail address and press 5.
  • Page 39: Using The Call List

    Using the Call List The Call List is a phone number log that saves information (time, date, phone number and name) about the last 30 incoming and outgoing calls. Once your list exceeds 30 calls, the oldest one is deleted. What Calls Are Saved? The numbers that you have dialled are always saved.
  • Page 40: Missed Calls

    Note! If you change SIM cards or turn the Call List off, the list is cleared. Called numbers may remain in the SIM card memory though. To call a number from the call list 1. Scroll to Call Info 2. Scroll to the number that you want to call and press Y E S Tip! Press Y E S...
  • Page 41 Note! You can also see the Missed Calls List in the ‘Call Info’ menu. Missed calls are also saved in the Call List. To be able to see if you have missed a call, the call list must be on. Showing And Hiding Your Number Some operators offer subscriptions where your phone number is normally hidden.
  • Page 42: Your Voice Mail Service

    Your Voice Mail Service Note! This service depends on your subscription and operator. The answering service of your network allows callers to leave a voice message when you cannot answer your calls. Depending on your network operator, you will be informed that you have received a voice message in different ways.
  • Page 43: Calling Your Voice Mail

    Calling your Voice Mail When you receive a voice mail, an alert signal sounds and the message New voicemail receive the specific voice mail indication). If you want to check your voice mail now, press Mail Service. If you press , you can call your Voice Mail Service at a later time to listen to your recorded messages.
  • Page 44: Personalizing Your Phone

    Personalizing Your Phone Silent You can choose to set your phone completely silent so that all signals except the alarm and timer signals are turned off. To set the phone silent 1. From standby, press and hold 2. Select Silent On? An icon appears in standby.
  • Page 45 To set the ring signal to Increasing Ring 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S Ring 2. Select The Increasing Ring must be Off for the ring signal vol- ume to apply. Note! If the phone is set to silent, the increasing ring sig- nal is not heard.
  • Page 46 If the last seven digits of a caller’s number correspond to a number you have specified, then that caller’s ring signal is used. You can include question marks (?) in a phone number. For example, 012345??? means that calls from phone num- bers between 012345000 and 012345999 will have the same personal ring signal.
  • Page 47: Vibrating Alert

    • Press and hold a key to enter a long note. Press 0 to raise the note one • octave. Press # once to raise the note one • semitone. Press # twice to lower the note • one semitone. 5.
  • Page 48: Alarm Signal

    You can also find the Message Alert in Options in the Messages menu. Alarm Signal To change the alarm signal for the alarm clock 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S Alarm Signal 2. Select the signal you want. Key Sound You can choose whether to hear clicks, tones or nothing (silent) when you press the keys.
  • Page 49: Greeting Text

    To turn the tone signals off during a call 1. Scroll to Call Handling 2. Select Turn off Tones To turn the tone signals on during a call 1. Scroll to Call Handling 2. Select Turn on Tones Display Light You can set the display light to automatic, off or on.
  • Page 50 To write a new greeting 1. Scroll to Settings 2. Select Custom 3. Write your new greeting, using the number keys. For information on how to enter letters, see “Entering Let- ters” on page 30. You may also edit your greeting. 4.
  • Page 51 To set the clock 1. Scroll to Settings 2. Enter the time in hours and minutes, and press Move from number to number by pressing u If you select the 12-hour clock, you can alternate between am and pm by pressing # . Automatic Time Zone With the Automatic Time Zone function, you will be asked whether to update the clock when you enter a new time...
  • Page 52: Master Reset

    • Menu Help menus or settings. • Ask to Save – you will be asked whether to save a used number. These functions are set to On when you buy your phone, but you can turn them off at any time. To turn a help function off 1.
  • Page 53: Text Messages (Sms)

    Text Messages (SMS) The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send and receive text messages consisting of up to 160 characters. A useful feature in your phone is that you can send text messages to a group which you have defined in your phone book.
  • Page 54: Composing A Text Message

    To enter the phone number to your service centre 1. Scroll to Messages Y E S Add new? 2. Enter the number, including the international ( + ) sign and country code and press Composing a Text Message For more information on how to enter text and the letters, see “Entering Letters”...
  • Page 55 you need to make these choices before entering the phone number. See “Customizing your Text Messages” on page Saving the Message for Later Use If you do not want to send the message now, you can save it in the phone memory and send it later: •...
  • Page 56: Customizing Your Text Messages

    4. Scroll to Groups 5. Select the group you want and press to send the message. Y E S Note! When you send text messages to a group, you will be charged for each member included in that group. Customizing your Text Messages Before you send your message, you can set the type of mes- sage, the validity period and if you want the recipient of your message to reply to your message.
  • Page 57 Validity Period If your message cannot be delivered because the recipient has turned off the phone, your service centre can save the message to send it later. If the service centre has not been able to reach the recipient within a certain time, the mes- sage will be deleted.
  • Page 58: Receiving A Message

    you want. You can save up to 5 templates which can consist of 30 characters each. Your templates are saved in the phone memory. To save a template 1. Scroll to Messages 2. Enter the message and press For more information on how to enter text, “Composing a Text Message”...
  • Page 59 To read the message now 1. Press when you see the question Y E S now? The display shows when the message was received and from what number it was sent, if your network supports the Calling Line Identification service (CLI). If you have saved the number together with a name in the phone book, the name is shown instead.
  • Page 60: Replying To A Message

    Calling a Phone Number Found in a Message 1. Press when the number is Y E S highlighted. 2. Select Call 0990237237 Calling the Sender of the Message 1. When you have read the message, press 2. Select in the option list. Call If you have saved the number together with a name in the phone book, the name of the person who sent the...
  • Page 61: Saving Incoming Messages

    Tip! You can also delete a message by pressing reading it. The message Press to delete the message. Y E S You can delete a message from the list of messages in the Inbox menu without having to open it. To delete a message from the list in the Inbox menu 1.
  • Page 62: Area Information

    To save a received message in the SIM card memory 1. When you have read the message, press 2. Select in the option list. Save The message automatically moves from the phone memory to the SIM card memory. The display shows the position of the message and the number of saved messages, for example the third message of fifteen that can be saved on the SIM card.
  • Page 63: Area Information Message Types

    To turn Area Information on or off 1. Scroll to Messages Y E S Reception 2. Select Area Information Message Types Each type of Area Information message is identified by a three-digit code. The list below shows examples of the Area information codes that exist today.
  • Page 64: Cell Information

    Area Information Message List You can decide which types of area information messages you wish to receive. The number of Area Info codes that can be saved depends on your SIM card. To insert an Area Information code 1. Scroll to Messages Y E S List...
  • Page 65: Diverting Incoming Calls

    Diverting Incoming Calls If you want to make certain that your incoming calls are correctly handled when you are unable to answer them, you can use the Divert Calls service to divert them to another phone number. Note! The Divert Calls service may not be available on all networks.
  • Page 66: Activating Divert Calls

    Activating Divert Calls To divert a call 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S 2. Scroll to the divert you want to turn on ( W hen Busy No Reply, Not Reachable, Fax Calls press Y E S 3. Select Activate 4.
  • Page 67 Checking the Divert Status To check the status of a certain Divert Calls 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S 2. Scroll to the divert you want to check and press 3. Select Get Status The message which informs you whether the Divert Calls is on or not.
  • Page 68: Security For Your Phone And Subscription

    Security for Your Phone and Subscription There are several ways to protect your phone and subscrip- tion from unauthorized use. Anything from a SIM card lock to full phone number control. The SIM Card Lock The SIM card lock only protects your subscription and not your phone itself from unauthorized use.
  • Page 69 To change your PIN code 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S Change PIN 2. Enter your old (current) PIN and press 3. Enter your new PIN and press The phone asks you to repeat the PIN. 4. Enter your new PIN a second time and press The PIN has now been changed.
  • Page 70: The Phone Lock

    The Phone Lock The phone lock protects the phone against unauthorized use if it is stolen and the SIM card is exchanged. It is not on when you buy the phone. You can change the phone lock code (0000) to any four- to eight-digit personal code. The phone lock can be On, Automatic or Off.
  • Page 71: The Keypad Lock

    The Keypad Lock The keypad lock feature helps you to avoid accidental dial- ling, which can happen if you keep your phone in your pocket. You can choose between manual and automatic keylock. An icon in the shape of a key you that the keypad is locked.
  • Page 72 Note! This service may not be available on all networks or may require a separate subscription. The following calls can be restricted: • all outgoing calls, • all outgoing international calls, • all outgoing international calls except to your home country, Outg Intl Roam •...
  • Page 73: Fixed Dialling

    To check the status of a call restriction 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S 2. Scroll to the option you want and press 3. Select Get Status The message which informs you whether the call restriction is on or not.
  • Page 74 Numbers which include question marks can be saved. A question mark should be read as a wild card, i.e. it can rep- resent any number (0-9). To enter a question mark press and hold # . Note! The Fixed Dialling service does not prohibit calls to the international emergency number 112.
  • Page 75: Closed User Groups

    Closed User Groups The Closed User Group (CUG) function is another way of lowering call costs. It depends entirely on your operator and subscription. Not all networks support this function. Your network operator can place certain numbers in groups. On some networks it is cheaper to make calls within a call group.
  • Page 76: Accept Calls

    To delete a group from the CUG List 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S Edit List 2. Scroll to the group that you want to delete and press Y E S 3. Select Delete Accept Calls With the Accept Calls service, you can choose to receive calls only from certain numbers.
  • Page 77 Now you will only receive calls from the par- ticipants in the shown in standby. To reject all calls 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S Accept Options, 2. Select From No One All incoming calls will now be rejected. The caller hears a busy tone and you get no indica- tion of incoming calls.
  • Page 78: Handling More Than One Call Simultaneously

    Handling More than One Call Simultaneously Your phone allows you to handle more than one call simul- taneously. This means that you can put a call that is in progress on hold, while you make or answer a second call, and then switch between the two calls.
  • Page 79: Making A Second Call

    To check whether the Call Waiting service is on or not • Scroll to Settings Y E S Get Status Making a Second Call 1. Put the current call on hold by pressing 2. Enter the number you wish to call and press You may also retrieve the number from your phone book, by pressing and holding d.
  • Page 80: Receiving A Third Call

    One Active Call and One Call On Hold When you have one active call and one call on hold, you can do one of the following: Switch between the two calls • Press Y E S End the active call and return to the call on hold 1.
  • Page 81: Conference Calls

    End the current call and accept the waiting call • Select Release&answer The waiting call becomes active and the call on hold remains on hold. Reject the waiting call • Select Busy The third call is rejected. Provided the caller’s network supports this function, the caller hears a busy tone.
  • Page 82 3. Scroll to Call Handling You can include up to five participants in the confer- ence group by repeating steps 1 to 3 above. To check the participants in the conference group 1. Scroll to Call Handling The first participant’s phone number is displayed, if available.
  • Page 83 Making a Call while a Conference Call Is in Progress You can put the conference group on hold and make another call. You can then switch between the new call and the conference call. To put the conference group on hold and make a new call 1.
  • Page 84: Setting Network Preferences

    Setting Network Preferences Searching for Networks When you turn on the phone, it searches for the last accessed network. If this is not within range, you may use another network, provided your home network has an agreement that allows you to do so. This is called roaming. The order of preference in which the phone chooses a net- work is determined by a list of preferred networks on your SIM card.
  • Page 85: Forbidden Networks

    Display Information The currently used network is marked with a filled button. Together with the network name, you also get the following information in the display: The display meaning... shows... You are in your home zone. Does not appear on all networks. The name of the network is included in a list of preferred networks on your SIM card.
  • Page 86 The number of networks that can be stored in the list depends on your SIM card. You can review the network list and rearrange the order of the networks. You can also add new networks to the list and delete networks from it. To review the list of networks 1.
  • Page 87: Search Modes

    To rearrange the list 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S 2. Scroll to the network that you want to move and press Y E S 3. Select Change Priority 4. Enter the new position within the list and press Search Modes When you turn on your phone, it searches for a network.
  • Page 88: Knowing The Call Time/Call Cost

    Knowing the Call Time/ Call Cost During a call, the duration of the call is shown in the dis- play. When you end the call, the call duration information is shown for another three seconds. If you subscribe to cost information, the call cost (or the number of call units) is displayed instead of the call duration.
  • Page 89: Determining The Call Cost

    Determining the Call Cost The Tariff function lets you enter and specify the price per call unit. The price entered is stored on your SIM card. Note! This service must be supported by your subscription and your network. If you do not specify a price per call unit, the number of call units is displayed during a call, and in Last Call and Total Cost in the Call Info menu.
  • Page 90 To set a specific credit limit 1. Scroll to Call Info 2. Enter your PIN2 and press 3. Select Change Credit 4. Enter the amount, for example 30 pounds, and then press Y E S To set unlimited credit 1. Scroll to Call Info 2.
  • Page 91: Using Two Voice Lines

    Using Two Voice Lines If your subscription supports the Two Line Service, your phone will have two voice lines with different phone num- bers, separate bills and perhaps different subscription serv- ices. This is useful for example if you want to keep business calls and private calls on separate lines.
  • Page 92: Voice Control

    Voice Control Your phone allows you to: • voice dial - call someone by simply saying the name • answer and reject calls using your voice when con- nected to a handsfree kit To call someone, you only need to press a tone, say the name (voice label) associated with that per- son and your phone automatically dials the number.
  • Page 93: Recording Problems

    To record voice labels for existing phone book entries 1. Scroll to Phone Book Y E S 2. Select a phone book entry to which you want to add a voice label. 3. Wait for the tone and say the name (voice label) that you want to save.
  • Page 94 Listening to and Editing Voice Labels Your phone allows you to listen to and edit a list of the phone book entries that have voice labels. To listen to and/or edit the voice labels saved in your phone book 1. Scroll to Phone Book 2.
  • Page 95: Voice Answering

    Voice Answering When connected to a portable or vehicle handsfree unit, you can answer or reject incoming calls by using your voice. Before you can use voice answering, you need to turn on the voice answering function and record your voice com- mands.
  • Page 96: Calling Card Calls

    Calling Card Calls When making international or long distance calls, you may not want your operator to charge you for these calls on your normal account. If you have a credit card or a calling card, you may want to redirect the charges to one of these accounts instead.
  • Page 97: Choosing A Card

    3. Select Add new? 4. Enter the access number of the calling card server and press Y E S 5. Enter a name that you want to associate with your call- ing card server and press 6. Enter the verification code of the calling card server and press Y E S 7.
  • Page 98: Making A Calling Card Call

    To select a card 1. Scroll to Phone Book 2. Enter your phone lock code and press 3. Select the card that you want to use. 4. Select Activate card Making a Calling Card Call 1. Enter the phone number of your calling card server or retrieve it from the Phone Book by pressing and hold- ing d 2.
  • Page 99: Fax And Data Calls

    Fax and Data Calls Note! To be able to use various communications services you need the appropriate software such as a fax program, an e-mail program or an Internet browser. Sending Fax and Data Calls All fax and data calls are initiated from the appropriate computer software.
  • Page 100 Note! You cannot answer an incoming fax or data call by pressing the key on the phone but you may reject the Y E S call by pressing Receiving Fax and Data Calls – Single Numbering If you have a SIM card that does not support separate fax and data numbers, the phone does not recognize the type of incoming call.
  • Page 101: Extras

    Extras Alarm Clock The phone has an alarm clock, which you may find useful when travelling. When it is on, an icon is shown in the display. The alarm rings at the time set and the display flashes, even if the phone is turned off. The volume of the alarm signal is always increasing, provided the battery is attached and charged.
  • Page 102 Calculator The phone has a built-in calculator, which can add, sub- tract, divide and multiply. Press # to get • • Press to erase a figure to the left of the cursor. Press * to enter a decimal point. • To use the calculator In this example we are going to divide 134 by 32.
  • Page 103 Timer The phone has a built-in 24-hour timer. You set the time you want and when that time is out, an alert signal sounds. To set the timer 1. Scroll to Extras 2. Enter the time and press The countdown begins. The timer is shown in standby mode.
  • Page 104 4. Press any key to start. • Instead of choosing Start you can scroll with d to select High-score, Help or Quit (at step 2 above). To control the game 8 or press the lower volume key = move left •...
  • Page 105 To control the game 1 = Select card/pile, Confirm move, Flip card • 2 = Turn up new card from game deck • 3 = Put card on ace pile • 4 = View a pile (selection and move is possible) •...
  • Page 106: The Profile Concept

    The Profile Concept Your phone includes a number of pre-programmed profiles. A profile is a group of settings which are set to suit a cer- tain environment. For example, when you go to a meeting, you can just choose the Meeting profile and a number of settings that suit a meeting are set.
  • Page 107 Tip! To find out which profile you are using, press any of the volume keys in standby mode. The table below shows the settings of each profile. Normal Meeting In Car 5(6) Ring Volume Increasing Ring Vibrating Alert From Accept Calls Divert Calls...
  • Page 108: Changing The Profile Settings

    You can also find Select Profile in the My Shortcuts menu. The quickest way to reach this sub-menu is to press and hold u. If you choose a profile other than Normal, an icon is shown in standby. Note! A profile which is not associated with any acces- sory, such as ‘Meeting’...
  • Page 109: Accessories

    Accessories By using your phone together with Ericsson original acces- sories, you have access to a large range of useful features, in addition to those you have when the phone is used sepa- rately. • Portable handsfree calling • Handsfree calling in your car •...
  • Page 110: Portable Handsfree

    Note! You can always choose a profile manually, even if a profile has been activated automatically. See “The Pro- files” on page 106. Portable Handsfree When you connect a specific Ericsson Portable Handsfree to the phone, the Port H-free profile is set automatically. This means that all profile settings are set to the values specified for the Port H-free profile.
  • Page 111 To voice dial using the Portable Handsfree 1. Press and hold the button on your Portable Handsfree until you hear a tone. 2. Release the button and say a name (voice label) that you have recorded previously. The name is played back to you and the call is con- nected.
  • Page 112 Before you can use voice dialling, you need to record voice labels to entries in your phone book and the Voice Dialling function needs to be on. See “Preparing your Phone for Voice Dialling” on page 92. To use voice dialling with the Vehicle Handsfree unit, you need to record the voice labels in the car.
  • Page 113: Answering Mode

    Full Handsfree Full Handsfree means that the phone handles the call in full duplex mode. This considerably increases the quality of speech, since you do not have to wait until it is your turn to speak. For Full Handsfree to work properly, your phone adapts to the sound environment around the handsfree equipment.
  • Page 114: Adding Accessories To A Profile

    To set an answering mode 1. Scroll to Settings Y E S 2. Select a mode. If you choose the Normal alternative, you have to answer calls as normal. Tip! You can also answer calls by using the Voice Answering function. See “Voice Answering” on page 95. Infrared modem With an Ericsson infrared modem you can connect your phone to a computer via an infrared link.
  • Page 115 Before you can add an accessory to a profile, you must choose the profile manually to which you want to add the accessory. See “To select a profile manually” on page 107. To add an accessory to a profile 1. Scroll to Settings Now you are in the list of the accessories which have already been added to the profile.
  • Page 116: Online Services

    Online Services Imagine that you hear about a new service that your net- work operator is offering. You call your operator, explain that you want to subscribe to the service and suddenly, within seconds, you have a new menu in your phone that instantly lets you use the new service.
  • Page 117: For More Information

    When you have inserted your SIM card and turned on your phone, your network operator may download data to your SIM card. After the first data download and after restarting your phone, the proactive SIM offers a new menu in the phone.
  • Page 118: Sim Card Initiated Features

    Resetting your SIM Card When the operator updates your SIM card over the air, the phone notifies you by showing a message in your display. You also hear a beep. In order for your new SIM settings to take effect, you have to turn off your phone and then turn it on again.
  • Page 119: Details Of Services Offered

    Send a SIM Card Initiated SMS The SIM card may set up an SMS (text message) and ask you to send this message, for example by the question Send now?. Press if you want to send the SMS. Y E S Details of Services Offered All services and functions that come with the Online Serv- ices are network dependent.
  • Page 120: Quick Keys

    Quick Keys Several keys on your phone can be used to optimize the phone’s functionality and decrease the number of times you need to press a key. Some of the key combinations demand that your phone is in a certain mode and some can be made from the standby mode.
  • Page 121: Shortcuts Menu

    To... Find and enter Call put a call on hold retrieve a call reject a call enter the menu system move through menus or lists select a menu or setting delete an item go back to standby press and hold enter the first sub- menu of the Shortcuts...
  • Page 122 To... change between lower-and upper- case letters enter numbers enter a space enter a question mark enter the -sign enter a (pause) erase letters and numbers A quick way to move through the menus is to use short- cuts. You simply enter the number of the menu or sub- menu to which you want to go.
  • Page 123: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This chapter lists some problems that you might encounter while using your phone. Some problems require that you call your service provider, but most of the problems you encounter are easy to correct yourself. Error Messages Insert Card There is no SIM card in the phone or you may have inserted it incorrectly.
  • Page 124: Phone Locked

    Codes do not match When you want to change a security code Codes do not (for example your PIN) you have to con- match firm the new code by entering it again. The two codes that you have entered do not match.
  • Page 125: Other Problems

    The Phone Cannot Be Switched on Handheld Phone • Recharge or replace the battery. See “The Battery” on page 7. Handsfree Phone in Vehicle • Make sure that the phone is properly inserted into its holder. See “Vehicle Handsfree” on page 111. Other Problems No Indication of Charging When you start charging a battery that is empty or a battery...
  • Page 126: Ericsson Mobile Internet

    Ericsson Mobile Internet When you are on the move and in need of communication and information, the Mobile Internet is the answer. The Mobile Internet is a service supplied by Ericsson to make it easier for you to communicate and receive informa- tion quickly, wherever you are.
  • Page 127: Product Care And Maintenance

    Product Care and Maintenance Your mobile phone is a highly sophisticated electronic device. To get the most out of your mobile phone read this text about product care, safe and efficient use. Product Care Although the phone is resistant to rain and running water, do not unnecessarily subject the phone to water.
  • Page 128: Efficient Phone Operation

    • Removal of the battery, SIM card and antenna should be done under dry conditions. Make sure that no moisture gets into the phone. • To avoid damaging the accessory, make sure that the phone is dry before connecting the phone to any acces- sory.
  • Page 129: Guidelines For Safe And Efficient Use

    Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use General Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When the phone is turned on, it receives and transmits radio frequency (RF) energy. Depending on the type of mobile phone you possess, it operates on different fre- quency ranges and employs commonly used modulation techniques.
  • Page 130: Vehicles Equipped With An Air Bag

    Driving Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile phones in the areas where you drive. If you are going to use your phone while driving, please: • Give full attention to driving. • Use an Ericsson Vehicle Handsfree Solution, if availa- ble.
  • Page 131: Blasting Areas

    mobile phone very close to a pacemaker might cause the device to malfunction. Avoid placing the phone over the pacemaker, i.e. in your breast pocket. When using the phone, place it at your ear opposite the pacemaker. If a min- imum distance of 15 cm is kept between the phone and the pacemaker, the risk of interference is limited.
  • Page 132: Power Supply

    Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always, clearly marked. They include fuelling areas, such as petrol stations, below deck on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, and areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders.
  • Page 133 grammed functions, which cannot guarantee connection under all conditions. Therefore you should never rely solely upon any mobile phone for essential communica- tions (e.g. medical emergencies). Remember, in order to make or receive calls the phone must be switched on and in a service area with adequate cellular signal strength.
  • Page 134: Warranty

    Warranty Thank you for purchasing this Ericsson Product. To get maximum use of the features of your new product we rec- ommend that you follow a few simple steps: • Read the Guidelines for safe and efficient use. • Read all the terms and conditions of your Ericsson War- ranty.
  • Page 135 purchaser by the dealer, specifying the date of purchase and serial number, is presented with the product to be repaired or replaced. Ericsson reserves the right to refuse warranty service if this information has been removed or changed after the original purchase of the product from the dealer.
  • Page 137: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of Conformity We, Ericsson Mobile Communications AB of Nya Vattentornet 221 83 Lund, Sweden declare under our sole responsibility that our product Ericsson type 110 1101-BV to which this declaration relates, conforms to the appropri- ate standards TBR 19, TBR 20, TBR31, TBR32, ETS 300 342-1 and EN 60950, following the provisions of Teleter- minals directive 91/263/EEC, EMC directive 89/336/EEC, and Low voltage directive 73/23/EEC.
  • Page 139: Index

    Index Accept calls 76 Add accessories to a profile 114 Alarm 101 Alarm indicator 13 Alarm signal 48 Answered calls indicator 39 Answering calls 18 Answering mode 113 Answering service. See Voice Mail Area information 62 message types 63 receiving area messages 64 Assembling the phone 4 Barring calls.
  • Page 140 Display information 13 Divert Calls 65 activating 66 divert indicator 13 incoming calls 65 Divert calls cancelling 66 Divert indicator 13 DTMF tones 19 Emergency calls 17 Error messages 123 Fax, sending and receiving 99 Fixed dialling 73 activating 74 Fixed numbers 74 editing 74 storing 74...
  • Page 141 Phone book 29 edit a phone number 33 entering letters 30 erasing phone number 35 groups 36 international numbers 29 keeping up to date 33 memory 29 memory full 34 overwrite protection 34 shortcuts 33 Phone lock 70 activating/cancelling 70 auto lock 70 changing the security code 70 full lock 70...
  • Page 142 Stored messages (SMS) reading 62 Text messages (SMS) 53 Time format 50 setting 51 Timer 103 Tone signals 19 Touch tones 19 Troubleshooting 123 Turning your phone off 12 Turning your phone on 11 Two Line Service 91 Vehicle handsfree 111 Vibrating unit 47 Voice control answering 92...

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