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MOTOROLA 7000 User Manual

Gsm hand-held portable cellular telephone.
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To Turn On
1.Insert SIM Card.
2.Turn on:
3.If prompted:
PIN Code
& Unlock Code
To Make a Call
1.Check
is off.
2.
Telephone number (No dial tone).
3.
4.To end the call:
Quick User Guide

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   Summary of Contents for MOTOROLA 7000

  • Page 1 To Turn On 1.Insert SIM Card. 2.Turn on: 3.If prompted: PIN Code & Unlock Code To Make a Call 1.Check is off. Telephone number (No dial tone). 4.To end the call: Quick User Guide...
  • Page 2 To End a call: or close the flip To Recall a phone number from memory By location number: location number Emergency Call Inform operator about your subscriber number, position and the type of emergency. Stay by the telephone. Quick User Guide...
  • Page 5 SIM Card Data Subscriber number: PIN Code * (4 to 8 digits): Unblocking Code (8 digits): Barring Password * (4 digits): * Changeable Press out and keep in a secure place...
  • Page 6 Telephone Data Serial number: Unlock Code * (3 digits): Security Code ** (6 digits): * Changeable, upon delivery = 1 2 3 ** Changeable, upon delivery = 0 0 0 0 0 0 Press out and keep in a secure place...
  • Page 7 MANUAL UPDATES No user manual updates at this time.
  • Page 8 MANUAL UPDATES...
  • Page 9 Your GSM hand-held portable cellular telephone is one of the most exciting and innovative electronic products ever devel- oped. With it you can stay in contact with your office, your home, emergency services, and others, wherever service is provided. GENERAL Your cellular telephone utilizes the GSM standard for cellular technology.
  • Page 10 If you are concerned about exposure to RF energy there are things you can do to mini- mize exposure. Obviously, limiting the duration of your calls will reduce your expo- sure to RF energy.
  • Page 11 RF SAFETY EFFICIENT CELLULAR TELEPHONE OPERATION For your cellular telephone to operate at the lowest power level consistent with satisfactory call quality, you should: Extend The Antenna Fully. If your antenna is retractable, be sure the antenna is extended fully. Your cellular telephone operates efficiently with the antenna extended.
  • Page 12 Electricity from an exposed metal inner conductor may cause a minor burn. Replace a damaged antenna immediately. Consult your manual to see if you may change the antenna yourself. If so, use only a manufacturer-approved antenna. Otherwise, take your cellular telephone to a qualified service centre.
  • Page 13 This cellular telephone meets the standards and recommendations for the protection of public exposure to "RF" electromagnetic energy established by governmental bodies and other qualified organizations, such as the following: Verband Deutscher Elektroingenieure (VDE) DIN-0848 Directives of the European Community,...
  • Page 14 RF SAFETY...
  • Page 15 SAFETY FIRST GENERAL GENERAL The following provides advisory and caution- ary instructions to users of GSM mobile stations regarding their own and third party safety. ELECTRICAL SAFETY ELECTRICAL SAFETY This apparatus is intended for use when supplied with power from:...
  • Page 16 ROAD SAFETY ROAD SAFETY • The use of the Alert device to operate a vehicle's lights or horn on public roads is not permitted. • It is advised that a hand-held microphone...
  • Page 17 (such as antilock braking and fuel injection systems, etc.) in your vehicle may be impaired. Consult your vehicle owner's manual or ask your automobile dealer if you have questions about your vehicle.
  • Page 18 SAFETY FIRST...
  • Page 19: Table Of Contents

    Call in Absence ........17 Automatic Redial ........17 International Calls ........18 GSM Emergency Calls ......18 Storing Telephone Nos. into Memory ..19 Recalling Telephone Nos. from Memory ..........21 Speed Dial ..........22 Clearing Numbers Stored in Memory ..22...
  • Page 20 Manual Roaming ........30 Displaying Preferred Operator List ..31 Changing Preferred Operator List ..32 MEMORY FEATURES ........33 Notepad ..........33 Recall Last Number 'Called' ....33 Memory Linking ........34 INTERFACE FEATURES ......34 Electronic Lock ........34 Automatic Lock ........35 Changing the Unlock Code ....35...
  • Page 21 CONTENTS ADVANCED INFORMATION CALL MONITORING ........43 One Minute Audible Call Timer ....43 Programmable Audible Call Timer ..44 Visual Call Timers & Meters ....45 Displaying Call Timers ......46 Displaying Call Meters ......46 Programming Rates ....... 47 Automatic Monitor Displays ....47 CALL RESTRICTIONS ........48...
  • Page 22 Automatic Cell Broadcast ......58 Point to Point Messages ......60 Receiving Point to Point Messages ..60 Storage of Point to Point Messages ..61 Reading Point to Point Messages ... 61 Clearing Messages From Memory ..62 Embedded Callback Numbers ....63 Short Message Alert Tone ......63...
  • Page 23 Rapid Desktop Battery Charger .....72 BATTERY SAVER ........73 ULTRA SAVER ...........73 CAR KIT FEATURES ........74 Automatic Answer ........74 Entertainment Mute / Auxiliary Alert ..75 Entertainment Mute ......75 Auxiliary Alert ........75 Safety Timer .......... 76 MICRO CAR KITS ........77 Simple Micro Car Kit ......
  • Page 24 CONTENTS ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS BASIC CAR KIT .......... 83 Basic Car Kit Operation ......83 Basic Car Kit Vehicular Charger .... 84 Switching Phone On/Off ......85 Adjusting Volume ........85 Automatic Hands Free ......86 Switching Between Hands Free and Handset ..........87 INDEX ............
  • Page 25: Introduction

    This cellular telephone is designed for the GSM System. Using this phone makes it possible to contact any phone in the world, provided you are in an area covered by the GSM system. The cellular telephone does not contain your...
  • Page 26: Telephone Overview

    Telephone Overview See flap at the front page. Display Display The display and keypad are back lit whenever the telephone is switched on. After several seconds, the back lighting will turn off. Pressing any key will return the back lighting.
  • Page 27 Short Message Service This icon is used to support various SMS features. Cold Temperature Note This phone is equipped with the latest in display technology. This "supertwist" liquid crystal display (LCD) provides superior performance, viewing angle and viewing contrast over previous LCD technologies.
  • Page 28: Volume Keys

    ESSENTIAL INFORMATION Volume Keys Volume Keys The push buttons on the right side of the phone adjust the earpiece and ringer volume levels. Press the top button to increase, or the bottom button to decrease the volume level. To adjust earpiece volume: Operate the volume buttons with the phone held to your ear.
  • Page 29 Letter entry (a): Use to store and recall phone numbers with names. Clear (c): Clears the display. Press and release to clear last digit. Press and hold to clear entire display. Menu: Use to initiate menu features Short Message Service ( ): Use to initiate SMS features.
  • Page 30: Basic Operation

    BASIC OPERATION BASIC OPERATION Your network operator supplied you with a subscription card known as a Subscriber Identitiy Module card or SIM card. The SIM card is your key to accessing GSM services and contains the following personal data: •...
  • Page 31: Inserting The Sim Card

    If the SIM card is missing, 'Insert Card' will appear in the phone's display. If the SIM card is damaged or not cor- rectly inserted, (e.g. inserted upside down or backwards) 'Check Card' will appear in the display.
  • Page 32: Switch Phone On/off

    Switch Phone On/Off Switch Phone On/Off Switch on: If the SIM card is not inserted the display will prompt you to do so. The telephone then checks the validity of the SIM card. If 'Enter PIN' appears in the display, the SIM card is protected by a PIN code.
  • Page 33: Entering The Pin Code

    Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) is a 4-8 digit code that protects your SIM card from unauthorised use. The first PIN code is selected by the SIM provider. To change or disable the PIN code, see sections, "Changing the PIN Code" or "PIN Code Enable/ Disable".
  • Page 34: Making Calls

    Making Calls Making Calls indicator must be off. Telephone number Phone numbers up to 20 digits long may be dialled. If a call is temporarily interrupted, 'Retrying' may appear in the display. The system will automatically reconnect the call if possible.
  • Page 35: Call In Absence

    ESSENTIAL INFORMATION Call in Absence Call in Absence When a call has been received but the phone has not been answered, the message "*CALL*" will be displayed. If the phone is locked the message "LOCKED" will appear after pressing the button to clear the "*CALL*"...
  • Page 36: International Calls

    GSM Emergency Calls GSM Emergency Calls To dial the GSM emergency number, 112: This call may be initiated with or without a SIM card inserted and despite electronic lock activation or PIN protection. The call is directed to a central emergency operator as...
  • Page 37: Storing Telephone Nos. Into Memory

    Your phone can store up to 100 telephone numbers and names. Each memory location can hold a number up to 20 digits long and a name up to 16 characters long. The phone's memory locations are labelled from 1 to 100.
  • Page 38 If you have no preference for a memory location number: as the memory location number. The phone number and name will be stored in the next available memory location. If you desire a memory location in a particular decade like 50-59: as memory location number.
  • Page 39: Recalling Telephone Nos. From Memory

    Recalling Telephone Nos. from Memory To recall by memory location number: memory location number The name (if any), memory location number, and phone number will appear in the display. To review name (if any) and entire phone number: and hold...
  • Page 40: Speed Dial

    ESSENTIAL INFORMATION The name, memory location number, and last digits of the phone number will appear in the display. To review name and entire phone number: and hold To scroll through directory: To call number: To exit and clear display:...
  • Page 41: Feature Menus

    ADVANCED INFORMATION FEATURE MENUS FEATURE MENUS Feature menus allow you to select and cancel features by following prompts in the display. To enter feature menus: At the Menu prompt, either to scroll through all menus, enter the menu number for direct access.
  • Page 42 ADVANCED INFORMATION Safety Timer Setting Menu 3 - Call Monitor Features 1 Minute Audible Timer 'Repeat' Audible Timer Once Only Audible Timer Automatic Monitor Displays + Display Call Timers Display Call Meters Rate Programming Reset Timers/Meters Menu 4 - Call Restriction Features...
  • Page 43: Status Review

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Note Only displayed when used with the GSM Micro Car Kits. Not displayed when used with Car Kits. Only displayed when used with the Basic Car Kit To access features within a menu: Enter feature number (or 1 to review features...
  • Page 44: Master Reset

    If 'Standard' appears in the display, no default settings have been changed. MASTER RESET MASTER RESET USE THIS FEATURE WITH CAUTION. You can reset all features that you may have changed back to their original settings. Cancels the following: • Automatic Answer •...
  • Page 45: Master Clear

    ADVANCED INFORMATION MASTER CLEAR MASTER CLEAR USE THIS FEATURE WITH CAUTION. Performs the same function as 'Master Reset' plus these additional functions; • Clears: All 100 memory locations* • Notepad • Last Number Called • Home Charge Rate • Roam Charge Rate •...
  • Page 46: System Registration

    This is done in the order that they are listed. If automatic roaming is successful the indicator will light up indicating that you are registered on a preferred system different from your home system.
  • Page 47 To scroll through operator list: To select displayed network operator: If you are accepted by the system, the display will show the operator code and the indicator will start flashing, indicating that you are registered on a non-preferred system.
  • Page 48: Manual Roaming

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Manual Roaming Manual Roaming You may manually select a network operator from a list of those providing coverage at your immediate location. To see the list of available network operators: The display shows the first network operator on the list.
  • Page 49: Displaying Preferred Operator List

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Displaying Preferred Operator List To see the list of preferred network operators: The display shows the first network operator on the list. Example: 1* 234-01 Position on list (1-9, A-W) Preferred Operator Network operator Code To scroll through operator ist: Where no network operator has been pro- grammed, e.g.
  • Page 50: Changing Preferred Operator List

    A list of international network operators and their codes may be obtained from your network operator. Enter the preferred list and scroll to the position you want to change as described in the section, "Displaying Preferred Operator List". To change the displayed network operator: Network Operator Code...
  • Page 51: Memory Features

    MEMORY FEATURES Notepad Notepad During a call, if you need to record a phone number, you can enter it into the display as a form of electronic notepad. Once you have ended the call, this number can then either be...
  • Page 52: Memory Linking

    To lock: To unlock: 3 or 4 digit unlock code Upon delivery, the unlock code is set to 123. If you forget the unlock code, you can still access the "Change Unlock Code" feature to display the current unlock code. Your security code will be required.
  • Page 53: Automatic Lock

    Avoid using the GSM emergency number as your unlock code. Ringer On/Off Ringer On/Off To mute the ring tone of incoming calls and replace with the word 'Call' in the display: to toggle ringer on/off. If "Automatic Answer" has been selected, then muting the ring tone is not recommended.
  • Page 54: Keypad Tones On/off

    With the notepad tones muted, you will still hear a feedback tone whenever you press a key, but the called party will not. If you wish to transmit DTMF tones while the notepad tones are muted, simply:...
  • Page 55: Pauses In Memory

    2. Enter the next number, or recall from memory by: memory location number. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for a maximum of 32 digits. An additional 12 digits may be appended to the standard 20 digits. The international prefix (+) and a pause each count as 1 digit.
  • Page 56: Dtmf Signalling

    Construct or recall sequence first. Digits prior to pause are transmitted. 1. Await system response. Digits prior to next pause are transmitted. Repeat the steps 1 and 2 until all digits have been transmitted. DTMF Signalling DTMF Signalling DTMF tones used to signal pagers, access computers, etc., can be sent using your...
  • Page 57: Long Tone Dtmf

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Repeat steps 2 and 3 as necessary, to send separate groups of numbers. Actual DTMF tone sent over the air lasts about a tenth of a second. If you require longer tones use the "Long Tone DTMF" feature.
  • Page 58: Pin Code Enable/disable

    ADVANCED INFORMATION PIN Code Enable/Disable PIN Code Enable/Disable You may enable or disable (if the SIM card allows) the PIN code. When disabled, you do not have to enter the PIN Code when the phone is turned on. To enable/disable PIN code: PIN code If the display shows;...
  • Page 59: Changing The Pin Code

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Changing the PIN Code Changing the PIN Code The first PIN code is selected by the SIM card provider. The PIN code must be enabled before it may be changed. To change the PIN code: original PIN code...
  • Page 60: Unblocking Sim Card

    The SIM card is blocked from use upon three unsuccessful attempts at entering the PIN code. To unblock the SIM card, you must choose a new PIN code following the procedure below. Use the unblock code supplied by the SIM card provider.
  • Page 61: Changing The Security Code

    CALL MONITORING CALL MONITORING The phone has a variety of features to help you monitor time and costs accumulated when making calls. These features provide both audible and visual call monitoring.
  • Page 62: Programmable Audible Call Timer

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Programmable Audible Call Timer Programmable Audible Call Timer You can programme the phone to signal you two different ways: 1. Every X seconds during a call. 2. Once after Y seconds during a call. The value of X and Y are programmed by you.
  • Page 63: Visual Call Timers & Meters

    Visual Call Timers & Meters Visual Call Timers & Meters The visual call monitors consist of seven call timers and seven call meters. To use the call meters you must programme a rate-per- minute into the phone, using either charge units or currency.
  • Page 64: Displaying Call Timers

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Cumulative - Accumulates the total time and charge for all calls made and cannot be reset. There are three types of cumulative call timers/meters: Home Accumulates time and charge for all calls made on your home system. Roam Accumulates time and charge for all calls made while roaming.
  • Page 65: Programming Rates

    30 seconds. To programme rates: Security Code Home Rate Roam Rate The roam rate is initially set to the home rate to prevent you from setting it to zero by mistake. Automatic Monitor Displays Automatic Monitor Displays...
  • Page 66: Call Restrictions

    ADVANCED INFORMATION CALL RESTRICTIONS CALL RESTRICTIONS Call restriction settings are stored in the phone, but may affect SIM card usage. The following restrictions are available: • Keypad Dialling • Memory Access • Incoming Calls • Phone Number Length These may be selected/cancelled independ- ently to suit your needs.
  • Page 67: Restrict Memory Access

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Restrict Memory Access Restrict Memory Access Only those memory locations selected by you are accessible for storing and recalling. Memory locations outside this range are programmed as either: Protect: Storing and recalling are barred. Recall Only: Only recalling is allowed.
  • Page 68: Restrict Phone Number Length

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Restrict Phone Number Length Restrict Phone Number Length This can be done to prevent long distance and international calls. DTMF signalling is also disabled. To select/cancel: To toggle feature on: security code. Display will show maximum number of digits that can be sent.
  • Page 69: Call Barring

    ADVANCED INFORMATION CALL BARRING CALL BARRING Call barring is a SIM card feature. If you subscribe to call barring, you may bar incom- ing and/or outgoing calls by entering a special key sequence. The key sequence includes a "barring code" and a password.
  • Page 70: Activating Call Barring

    Bar all incoming calls. barring code: password: 2468 Cancelling Call Barring Cancelling Call Barring To cancel a single type of call barring: barring code password To cancel all types of call barring: password 'Barring Off' will appear in the display.
  • Page 71: Call Barring Status

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Call Barring Status Call Barring Status To check whether call barring is on or off: barring code If display shows; 'Barring On', call barring is on. 'Barring Off' call barring is off. Each call bar type must be checked individually.
  • Page 72: Special Call Barring Messages

    CALL FORWARDING CALL FORWARDING Call forwarding is a SIM card feature. If you subscribe to call forwarding, you may forward incoming calls to another phone number by entering a special key sequence. The key sequence includes a "forwarding code".
  • Page 73: Activating Call Forwarding

    'Forward On', forwarding has been enabled. This message also appears each time you make a call if call forwarding is on. 'Invalid Number', The phone number you have chosen to receive your calls is invalid. You may use a different phone number for each call forwarding type.
  • Page 74: Cancelling Call Forwarding

    Cancelling Call Forwarding To cancel a single type of call forwarding: forwarding code To cancel all types of call forwarding: ' Forward Off' will appear in the display. This message also appears if the network cancels call forwarding. Example Cancel call forwarding if busy.
  • Page 75: Special Call Forwarding Messages

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Example Check status of 'call forwarding if busy'. forwarding code: Special Call Forwarding Messages Special Call Forwarding Messages While call forwarding is active, the following messages may appear in the display; 'Call Forward', either a call made to you or a call you have made has been forwarded.
  • Page 76: Short Message Service (sms)

    ADVANCED INFORMATION SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE (SMS) The Short Message Service (SMS) is comprised of a set of features which enables your GSM phone to send and receive messages to and from the network. This model phone is designed to support both the Cell Broadcast and Point to Point Mobile Terminated portions of the SMS feature set.
  • Page 77 ADVANCED INFORMATION The phone will display the selected channel for a few seconds and then revert back to the ON/OFF menu heading. To select/cancel: to toggle feature on/off To change broadcast channel: First ensure that the feature is turned off, using the cancel sequence as shown above.
  • Page 78: Point To Point Messages

    Cell Broadcast messages, as they are transmitted to your phone only. The received messages are stored on your SIM card and they can be retrieved at a later date. Receiving Point to Point Messages When your phone receives a message, it will follow the procedure below.
  • Page 79: Storage Of Point To Point Messages

    If the SIM card is full then the icon will flash. No more messages can be stored in the SIM card, until one or more of the stored messages are removed. The new messages may be saved by your Network Operator and sent, at a later date, when a location becomes available in the SIM card.
  • Page 80: Clearing Messages From Memory

    To view other messages: To delete the message: The next message will be displayed, if there is one, or the menu will exit if there are no further messages. All messages have the date, time and caller's phone number printed at the end in the following format: <Day/Month/Time><Caller's Phone Number>.
  • Page 81: Embedded Callback Numbers

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Embedded Callback Numbers If a phone number is included in the message, within quotation marks, the phone has the ability to call the number by simply pressing key. For example the following message would permit the callback feature.
  • Page 82: Call Waiting And Call Holding

    Call Waiting You have the option to turn the call waiting feature on or off, for future calls. To turn call waiting on: The display will show ‘Call Waiting On’ if the activation is successful.
  • Page 83: Call Holding

    Call Hold and Waiting Combinations If a call is active and there is no call waiting: The active call will be placed on hold and the display will show ‘Holding’ to indicate that the hold request is in progress.
  • Page 84 ADVANCED INFORMATION If a call is active and there is a call waiting: The active call will be placed on hold and the display will show ‘Holding’ to indicate that the hold request is in progress. When the call has been held, the display will show ‘Accepting’...
  • Page 85 ADVANCED INFORMATION If a call is held and there is no call waiting: The display will change from ‘Call Holding’ to ‘Connecting’ as the held call becomes active. The held call will end and the phone will be available for further calls.
  • Page 86: Call Hold And Making New Calls

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Call Hold and Making New calls If a call is active and there is no call waiting: Place the call on hold as described above and then: Telephone number The ‘Dialling’ message will be shown, to indicate that the new call is being attempted.
  • Page 87: Emergency Calls And Call Hold/wait

    ADVANCED INFORMATION Emergency Calls and Call Hold/Wait If you make a call to the GSM emergency number, then any currently active, held or waiting calls will end. You cannot use the hold or waiting features when you are making an emergency call.
  • Page 88: Battery Operation

    ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS BATTERY OPERATION BATTERY OPERATION The only maintenance required for the batteries is to keep them charged and the contacts clean (a pencil eraser works well). The battery pack should be near room temperature when charging. WARNING ! Batteries may explode if disposed of in fire.
  • Page 89: Replacing Battery

    To attach battery: Line up the top of the battery with the horizon- tal line on the back of the phone. Place the battery on the guides and push up until the battery locks into place.
  • Page 90: Overnight Desktop Battery Charger

    ACCESSORIES AND OPTIONS Overnight Desktop Battery Charger Overnight Desktop Battery Charger The charger's front pocket accepts batteries either alone or while attached to the phone. The charger's rear pocket accepts batteries alone. Slow charging will typically take 10 to 15 hours depending on the type of battery being charged.
  • Page 91: Battery Saver

    Attach the Ultra Saver by sliding the flat end of the Ultra Saver connector into the connec- tor slot on the back of the phone. You will hear a click when proper connection is made. Plug the cigarette lighter adaptor into the car's cigarette lighter socket.
  • Page 92: Car Kit Features

    Automatic answer will not operate with the Simple Micro Car Kit. To select/cancel automatic answer: If you are using the Coupled Micro Car Kit , make sure the phone is resting in the cradle for automatic answer to work properly.
  • Page 93: Entertainment Mute / Auxiliary Alert

    Entertainment Mute / Auxiliary Alert Entertainment Mute / Auxiliary Alert Depending on the option selected for your phone, only ONE of these two features will be supported. Also, the Coupled Micro Car Kit is required to use either of these features.
  • Page 94: Safety Timer

    If you are in a call when the timer expires, it will power down after the call is completed. This feature...
  • Page 95: Micro Car Kits

    When used along with the optional Battery Saver accessory, this kit also provides: • Power to the phone from the car battery. • Immediate communications regardless of the phone battery charge level. Coupled Micro Car Kit...
  • Page 96: Micro Car Kit Operation

    (or optional Battery Saver coil cord if using the Simple Micro Car Kit ). Attach the coil cord by sliding the flat end of the connector into the connec- tor slot on the back of the phone. You will hear a click when proper connection is made.
  • Page 97: Micro Car Kit Vehicular Charger

    The phone's flip can be opened and closed while in the holder. To release the phone, press the button(s) on the side(s) of the holder. Pivot the top of the phone towards you and slide it upwards out of the holder.
  • Page 98: Switching Phone On/off

    Switching Phone On/Off Switching Phone On/Off Simple Micro Car Kit: The phone must be turned on or off manually by Coupled Micro Car Kit: If your car kit has been installed with Ignition Sense Activation, the phone will turn on or off...
  • Page 99: Adjusting Volume

    Adjusting Volume To adjust hands free speaker volume: Operate the phone's volume buttons with the phone in the cradle. If your are not in a call, a representative tone will be heard. To adjust earpiece volume: Operate the volume buttons with the phone held to your ear.
  • Page 100: Standard Hands Free

    Standard Hands Free Standard Hands Free This feature is available when you need to enter and exit hands free without the use of the cradle. For example, you may want to use the cradle to charge a second battery while still communicating in hands free mode.
  • Page 101: Basic Car Kit

    Basic Car Kit Operation Turn off your phone before attaching or detaching the Car Kit coil cord. Attach the coil cord by sliding the flat end of the connector into the connector slot on the back of the phone. You will hear a click when proper connection is made.
  • Page 102: Basic Car Kit Vehicular Charger

    The phone's flip can be opened and closed while in the holder. To release the phone, press the button on the right side of the holder. Pivot the top of the phone toward you and lift. Basic Car Kit Vehicular Charger...
  • Page 103: Switching Phone On/off

    If you turn your car ignition off during a call, the phone will remain on until you end the call.
  • Page 104: Automatic Hands Free

    To select Automatic Hands Free: Your phone must be connected to the Basic Car Kit. You may wish to select this feature the first time you use the Car Kit. To make calls with Auto Hands Free on: Enter telephone number (or recall one from memory).
  • Page 105: Switching Between Hands Free And Handset

    "flip". Leave phone in holder and speak normally. Switching Between Hands Free and Handset Switching Between Hands Free and Handset During a call, either close and then open the phone's flip within one second or Page 87...
  • Page 106: Index

    Auxiliary Alert ..........75 Barring password..... See Data card Basic Car Kit ..........83 Basic Car Kit Operation ....... 83 Basic Car Kit Vehicular Charger ....84 Battery Charging .........71 Battery Level ..........9 Battery Operation ........70 Battery Saver ..........73 Battery Saving Feature (DTX) .....
  • Page 107 Call Waiting and Call holding ......64 Waiting ...........64 Holding ...........65 Hold & Waiting Combinations ....65 Hold & make new calls ......68 Hold & Call waiting Messages ....68 Car Kit Features .......... 74 Clearing Numbers Stored in Memory ..22 Clearing Point to Point Clearing Messages from Memory ....62...
  • Page 108 INDEX Handset....... See figure on front flap Handsfree Operation Auto Handsfree ........81, 86 Handsfree to Handset Switching ... 87 Standard Hands Free ......82 Indicators ..........8 - 9 Interface Features ........34 International Calls ........18 Keypad ............10 Keypad Tones On/Off ........36 Language Selection ........39...
  • Page 109 INDEX Notepad ............33 Notepad Tones On/Off ........36 One Minute Audible Call Timer ....43 Overnight Desktop Battery Charger .... 72 Pauses in Memory ........37 PIN Code .............15 Actual code......See Data card Changing ..........41 Enable/Disable ........40 Entering ..........15 Point to Point Short Messages ....60...
  • Page 110 Releasing ..........10 Speed Dial ...........22 Status Review ..........25 Storing Names into Memory ......19 Storing Point to Point Messages ....61 Storing Telephone Nos. into Memory ..19 Switch Phone On/Off ........14 Basic Car Kit .......... 85 Micro Car Kit .......... 80 System Registration ........28...

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