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Copyright 2003 by NEC America, Inc. All rights reserved.
NEC is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation.
All other applications, services, or product names are the property of their respective owners.
Manual Part Number: 621-0341
Version 1.1**
**This may include features not available in all NEC 515 phones, or may not include features available in updated phones. Contact NEC Service Support with any questions.
NEC America, Inc. reserves the right to make changes or improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice.
All features, specifications, conditions, and actual colors are subject to change without notice.
The availability of particular products may vary by region.
1, 2, 3, 4
This product contains the Internet browser, NetFront version 3.0. Furthermore, this product carries the browser modules developed by ACCESS Co., LTD. and NTT DoCoMo, Inc.
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WARNING! The power cords of this product contain lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after
handling.
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1 Some operations and features are network and subscription dependent and are not available in all areas. Check with your wireless service provider for availability and description
of features.
2 Some of the mobile Internet services have been pre-configured by the service provider.
3 Languages may vary by region.
4 SyncML capability requires purchase of an additional NEC or carrier approved USB cable.

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  • Page 1

    Version 1.1** **This may include features not available in all NEC 515 phones, or may not include features available in updated phones. Contact NEC Service Support with any questions. NEC America, Inc. reserves the right to make changes or improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE GETTING STARTED BASIC CALLS AND PHONE USE PERSONALIZING SETTINGS TEXT ENTRY MESSAGING AND VOICE MAIL CLOCK WEB BROWSER PHONEBOOK MY DOWNLOADS CALL RECORDS APPLICATIONS ACCESSORIES FDA INFORMATION WARRANTY...

  • Page 3

    Idle and Talk Times ......14 Contents Antenna ....... . . 14 Getting Started Service Activation .

  • Page 4

    Call Timer and Call Charger ......25 Display Call Timer ......36 Using Call Features During a Call.

  • Page 5

    Launch Browser ......65 Internet Settings ....... 47 Factory Settings Connection.

  • Page 6

    From Entry Detail Screen ......100 NEC Site ........85 From Entry Detail Options Menu .

  • Page 7

    Scheduler Alert ......133 My Downloads To Do List ....... . . 134 Apps and Games .

  • Page 8

    Warranty and Service 515 Wireless Phone ......159 Limited Warranty ......159 NEC Authorized Accessories .

  • Page 9: Wireless System Structure

    Welcome to the next generation of wireless. Now you can talk anywhere and compute everywhere. Your NEC 515 phone brings together the best of global GSM mobile connectivity with the best of PC accessibility. From browsing the web, to sharing files during synchronization with your desktop, everything you need to maximize your time and simplify your life is in the palm of your hand.

  • Page 10: Phone Controls

    Phone Controls Softkey 1 and Softkey 2 functions change according to the phone’s current use. Softkey 1 function displays on the bottom, left corner of the graphic display screen. Softkey 2 function displays on the bottom, right corner of the graphic display screen. Softkey 1 is located on the upper left of the oval navigation keys on the keypad.

  • Page 11: Display Information

    Display Information AT&T Wireless Graphic Display Area The graphics display area is a 2.2 inch screen in 65,536 colors. The area contains the greeting graphic upon power-up, status icon graphics, and information when searching for networks and making calls. The Idle screen shows the current network, vibrate status, mode status, current time and date, and what you have keyed in on the phone’s keypad.

  • Page 12: Main Menu

    Main Menu A Main Menu Icon becomes animated The menu structure begins with the Main Menu icons for top level options. To access a menu option: when it is highlighted. Press Softkey 1 to access the Main Menu. Press the option number 1 through 8 or press (Left), (Right),...

  • Page 13: Sub-menu Options

    Sub-Menu Options A sub-menu list displays for the selected Main Menu option. The sub-menu options are shown in the table on the previous page. Press the sub-menu option number or press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the desired sub-menu option and press (Select) to confirm your choice.

  • Page 14: Main Phone Features

    Main Phone Features The GSM GPRS phone can be used almost anywhere in the world with the Quad band (GSM 850/1900 and GSM 900/1800 bands). Your phone has the following features: 2 Games (user may delete) Multi-party call capability (conference calling) 2 Softkeys One-button Internet access (mMode) 7-Color LED...

  • Page 15: Display Icons

    Display Icons Idle screen Icons Status Bar Indicators Vibrate Mode On Signal Strength Network Connection Vibrate Silent On Battery Power Battery Charging Silent On New Message Call Forward On Pocket Mode On New MMS Message ALS Line 1, Line 2 Meeting Mode On Locked ALS Line 1 (Unencrypted)

  • Page 16: Line Item Icons

    Line Item Icons Cascading menu arrow Private Status No icon shows for “Normal” priority. Cycling field arrows “MMS” “Business” category “MMS” with attachment “Personal” category “MMS” on server Alert Pop up Icons “Others” category “Email” Reminder of scheduled event “High” priority “Email”...

  • Page 17: Safety And Performance

    Safety and Performance Fully charge the phone’s battery before you use your new wireless phone (see page 17 for the first time charging instructions). User Caution Phone settings should be adjusted to suit the likes and preferences of the individual user. Users sensitive to loud noises or sudden alarms should take care not to use or set the phone in any manner that may result in the user being unduly alarmed.

  • Page 18: Safety

    Do not allow children to play with the phone; it is not a toy. Do not attempt to disassemble the phone or any of its accessories. For repair, contact a NEC qualified repair center. Use only a damp or anti-static cloth to clean the phone. Do NOT use a dry cloth, a saturated wet-cloth, or electrostatically charged cloth.

  • Page 19: Radio Frequency (rf) Signals

    For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with a NEC accessory designated for this product or when used with an accessory that contains no metal and that positions the handset a minimum of 1.5 cm from the body.

  • Page 20: Electromagnetic Interference

    Electromagnetic Interference Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals; however, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone. Pacemakers The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends a minimum separation of six inches (or 15 cm) be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker.

  • Page 21: Blasting Areas

    Use only a battery approved by NEC for the 515 wireless phone. Using any battery pack or AC adapter not specified by NEC for use with the 515 may be dangerous and may invalidate any warranty and approval given to the wireless phone. Do not connect more than one charger at any time.

  • Page 22: Performance

    Use only batteries, chargers, and authentic accessories approved by NEC. Modifications, the use of third party equipment, cables, or accessories that are not made or AUTHORIZED by NEC may invalidate any approval or warranty of your phone, may adversely affect the phone’s operation, and may be dangerous.

  • Page 23: Getting Started

    The battery fully charged (see page 17) Service Activation Before you can use your new NEC wireless phone, the service must be activated by a wireless service provider. Please contact your local wireless service provider for any questions regarding phone activation.

  • Page 24: Sim Card

    SIM Card Before using your wireless phone you must register with a wireless network service provider to receive a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module). The SIM card contains a computer chip that stores and tracks your phone number, the services included in your subscription, and your SIM phonebook information.

  • Page 25: Preparing The Battery

    Lower the battery toward the phone to lock into place. (See Warning and graphic in right column.). Connect the NEC battery charger supplied with your phone to a compatible power outlet. Connect the charger plug into the connector on the base side of the phone. (See graphic in right column.) Check that the battery icon pulses and the LED, located on the back of the flip cover, glows red.

  • Page 26: Charging The Battery

    Using any battery pack or AC to charge. adapter not specified by NEC The wireless phone is designed to be charged with the NEC equipment listed in the specifications of your phone. for use with this phone may be dangerous and may invalidate...

  • Page 27: Powering-on The Phone

    Press and HOLD (On-Off) until it powers down. The power down screen displays the NEC High Definition Mobile graphic and the phone powers Off. After powering Off or turning the wireless phone Off, you must wait three seconds before powering On.

  • Page 28: Basic Calls And Phone Use

    When someone calls your number, (Send). The phone ringer sounds (if set On - see page 29). The digital technology of your 515 The LED (located at the back of the flip cover) flashes. wireless phone helps to ensure that The phone number of the person calling may display on the bottom, left of the screen if the caller ID feature is available and the your conversations are kept secure.

  • Page 29: Accepting A Call

    Accepting a Call Press (Send) or Softkey 1 (Accept) to connect an incoming call. To use quick silent or any key to accept a call, refer to Answer Options on page 30. However, if you already have a call in progress, pressing the any key function does not apply.

  • Page 30: Call Features

    Call Features Caller ID When you dial a call, you can send your own phone number to display on the dialed phone (see page 41). When you receive a call, the caller’s phone number displays if the caller’s function for caller ID is set On or the caller’s phone number has been stored in your phonebook.

  • Page 31: Emergency Calls

    Emergency Calls One key press can make an emergency call when the phone is powering On or when the phone is locked. SOS displays in the softkey In the United States of America, the bar during powering-on and when the phone is locked. (See Flag.) You do not need to input the security code to make an emergency emergency number is 911.

  • Page 32: Dialing A Number In Message Text

    Dialing a Number in Message Text To call a phone number within the message text of a message at the Message view screen: The Answer options are: Any key Press (Right) navigation key to highlight the phone number in the message text. answer, SEND key answer, and Top Dog Quick silent.

  • Page 33: Call Timer And Call Charger

    Call Timer and Call Charger The Call Charge is not supported by During calls, the call timer displays the call duration on screen, incrementing the time in minutes and seconds until the call is ended. wireless network service providers The call timer display must be set to On (see page 36). in the United States.

  • Page 34: Dtmf Tones

    DTMF Tones Dual tone multi-frequency (DTMF) tones are used to send digital signals to over-the-phone automated services that allow access to information or accounts, e.g., use a specific language, access to specific information, account number and password to financial accounts, voice mail, etc. These DTMF tones may be annoying during multi-party calls. You can turn DTMF tone Off to be considerate so that the participants do not hear these tones when you input the number of another participant.

  • Page 35: Private Conversation

    IR is short for infrared. The Infrared Data Association, a group of device manufacturers, developed a standard for transmitting data via Phonebook, IR Sending, page infrared light waves through an IR port. The infrared port enables you to transfer data from one 515 wireless phone to another 515 Scheduler, IR Sending, page 133 wireless phone without any cables.

  • Page 36: Personalizing Settings

    Personalizing Settings To access the Settings menu: Settings menu icon: Press Softkey 1 (Main) and 1 to display the Settings menu or press Softkey 1 (Main) and press (Left), (Right), (Up), or (Down) navigation key to highlight Settings option 1 with a box frame. The Settings menu icon becomes animated. Press (Select) to confirm your choice.

  • Page 37: Set Tones

    Set Tones The Set tones menu allows you to select the ring tune, new message tone, ring volume, and setting options for your wireless phone under normal mode operation. The set tone selections for the other operating modes (meeting, pocket, and car) are available in the Oscar Phone modes menu (see page 30).

  • Page 38: Answer Options

    Answer Options If Any key answer feature is active (On), your phone connects to a received call by pressing any key [except the (End) or Softkey 2]. When this feature is inactive (Off), the phone only connects to a received call by pressing the (Send) or Softkey 1 (Accept).

  • Page 39: Default Mode Settings

    REMEMBER that you cannot access the Main menu to select a mode of operation. You must press the (Up) navigation key to access the menu (Phone modes) to select the mode of operation for the phone. When you access the Main menu, you are not selecting the menu to select a phone mode. You are selecting a menu of settings (Phone modes) to set/establish the settings for each mode of operation (except Normal).

  • Page 40: Changing Mode Settings

    Changing Mode Settings To change the settings of a particular mode, proceed as follows: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 1, and 4 to display the Phone modes menu. Press the appropriate key for the preferred mode to change the settings: 1 for Meeting, 2 for Pocket, or 3 for Car.

  • Page 41: Mode Backlight

    Mode Backlight Press 4 to display the Backlight screen. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the preferred brightness or power-save and press (Select) to select the highlighted option. Highlight the Minutes field and input 0 (always Off) to 99 for the length of time before the backlight turns Off. The default value is 2 minutes.

  • Page 42: Own Number

    Own Number To show your own phone number: <Line 1> Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 1, and 6 to display the phone number at the bottom of the screen. <Line 2> Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the option that displays the number on the lower bottom of the screen. If <Data>...

  • Page 43: Color Theme

    Color Theme To choose a color theme for the phone’s display, proceed as follows: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 2, and 2 to display the Color theme screen. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight a color theme. The screen colors change to match the highlighted color theme.

  • Page 44: Language

    Language If you wish to change the display language: Language M125 Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 2, and 5 to display the Language screen. Press the appropriate key to select the desired language (see screen right) and return to the Screen settings menu. Press (End) to return to the Idle screen.

  • Page 45: Call Settings

    Call Settings The call settings allow you to setup call forwarding, call waiting, automatic redial, and sending your own number to the phone dialed. Call Forwarding Call forwarding sends your phone’s received calls, fax, messages, and/or data calls to another specified phone number or forwards each call type to different specified numbers.

  • Page 46: Adding And Editing Profiles

    Adding and Editing Profiles To Add a New Profile: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 3, 1, and 1 to display the Set forwarding profile screen. Press Softkey 1 (Add New) or press (Options Menu) and 1 to display the Add profile screen. MENU Vacation To Edit a Profile:...

  • Page 47: Deleting A Profile

    Deleting a Profile Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 3, 1, and 1 to display the Set forwarding profile screen. Highlight the profile you want to delete. Press (Options Menu) and 3 to display the Delete menu. MENU Line 1 calls Press 1 to delete the selected profile or 2 to delete all profiles.

  • Page 48: Manually Set Call Forwarding Off

    Press Softkey 1 (Yes) to make the setting changes and the Setting Status Progress screen displays with the message “Setting manual forwarding.” Press Softkey 2 (Cancel) to cancel the manual forwarding changes and return to the Manual forward screen. Manually Set Call Forwarding Off Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 3, 1, 1, and Softkey 2 (Manual) to display the Manual forward screen.

  • Page 49: Auto Redial

    Auto Redial The auto redial option allows the wireless phone to dial an unsuccessful call up to 10 times. To set the auto redial On or Off, proceed as follows: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 3, and 3 to display the Auto redial screen. Input 1 to turn On the automatic redial or 2 to turn Off the automatic redial.

  • Page 50: Changing Pin 2 Code

    Changing PIN 2 Code Your phone supports advanced features (e.g. FDN--Fixed Dialing Numbers. See Flag.) that may require a PIN 2 code to be entered With FDN turned On, only the FDN before they can be accessed or modified. If the PIN 2 code is entered incorrectly 3 times, you will need to contact your service provider numbers in the FDN Phonebook for assistance.

  • Page 51: Phone Lock On

    Phone Lock ON Input your security code and press Softkey 1 (OK). The Phone Locked screen displays. While the phone is locked, it is capable of receiving incoming calls and sending emergency calls. The phone remains locked and cannot be used until your security code is entered.

  • Page 52: Network Settings

    Network Settings Network settings menu contains the network and frequency band settings. Network Search Type To set the network search to automatic or manual modes (See Flag and Warning.): Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 5, and 1 to display the Search type screen. Press 1 to select automatic mode or 2 to select manual mode (See Flag and Warning.) and return to the Network settings menu.

  • Page 53: Moving A Network

    Moving a Network To move the network within the SIM List as follows: If you select a network to be added Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 5, and 3 to display the SIM list screen. to your network list (option 2) but the list is full, you will have to select Highlight the desired network and press (Options Menu) to display the SIM list Options menu.

  • Page 54: Synchronization Settings

    Local Server Refer to www.nechdm.com or the The local server synchronization requires an NEC approved USB cable and additional software. To establish synchronization settings for IntellisyncÒ Lite for NEC Wireless a local server: Phones Installation Guide and User Guide instructions.

  • Page 55: Tty Settings

    The Other settings menu provides the settings for the factory connection settings, user connection settings, timeout, and certificates to access the Internet. When you receive the 515 wireless phone, some of the Internet settings may be preset by AT&T Wireless. Contact your AT&T Wireless provider for assistance to add or change Internet settings.

  • Page 56: Time Out

    Time Out Select the length of time for the phone to keep trying to make a connection to receive data before timeout is performed. “Disabled” is 0 seconds and the Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, 6, 3, and 2 to display the Timeout screen. phone does not keep trying to make a connection to receive data.

  • Page 57: Reset Settings

    Reset Settings This function allows the phone settings to revert back to the factory settings and erase data for selected applications. Reset Factory Settings Press Softkey 1 (Main), 1, and 7 to display the Security code entry screen. Enter your security code and press Softkey 1 (OK). The reset screen displays “All user settings will be returned to factory default.

  • Page 58: Text Entry

    Text Entry Text entries for messages, Emails, phonebook names, task descriptions, notepad, field entries, etc. are input at the text editor screen. At any highlighted entry field, press (Select) to display the text editor screen. To change the text entry mode between normal text (ABC), T9™ Text Entry (T9) or numeric entry (123), press Softkey 1 (Mode). The text entry mode displays at the bottom of the display screen above the Softkey 1 indicator.

  • Page 59: T9 Text Entry

    T9 Text Entry At the text editor screen, press Softkey 1 (Mode) until the T9 appears above the Softkey 1 indicator on the display screen. T9 text entry is fast, easy and intuitive text input. Press one key per letter in a word. The phone predicts or guesses what you are writing. For example, to enter the word “show,”...

  • Page 60: Text Entry Options Menu

    Text Entry Options Menu At any field to input information (except number fields), press (Select) to display the text editor screen. An Options menu is available at the text editor screen that allows: Color, format, and alignment changes of the text. Highlight mode turned On and Off to copy, cut, delete a word, paragraph or all.

  • Page 61: Text Paste

    Text Paste After selecting the text in the Highlight mode that was copied or cut (explained in the next topic), return to the text editor screen. At the text editor screen: Use the navigation keys to place the cursor where the text is to be inserted/pasted. Press (Options Menu) and 4 to insert/paste the text.

  • Page 62: Text Object

    Text Object The Insert object menu provides a list of canned text items, sounds, animations, pictures , and emoticons that may be added to the text editor screen. Canned text may be created and saved to add to the text editor screen. At the text editor screen: Position the cursor at the location to add an object.

  • Page 63: T9 Text Language

    T9 Text Language Press (Options Menu) and 7 to display the T9 language screen. MENU Input the number or use the navigation keys to highlight the preferred language and press (Select) to return to the text editor screen. Text Edit Settings Press (Options Menu) and 8 to display the Edit Settings screen.

  • Page 64: Messaging And Voice Mail

    Message Center Overview The 515 supports a number of message services. A message icon appears on the Idle screen for the type of new message received. SMS (Short Message Service) allows you to send short text messages to a phone number. To send a SMS message, the destination phone number must be a wireless phone with SMS service subscription.

  • Page 65: Message Center Folders

    Message Center Folders The different folders of the Message center are: (1) Inbox Displays a list of incoming/received messages. (2) Drafts Displays a list of drafted messages stored in the folder. (3) Outbox Displays a list of outgoing messages that have been specified to “send later.” (4) Sent Displays a list of sent messages.

  • Page 66: Message Center Options Menu

    Message Center Options Menu To display the message center Options menu: Press Softkey 2 (Message) or Softkey 1 (Main) and 2 to display the Message center folder screen. Press (Options Menu) and the option number of the desired function. MENU The following describes the menu options that display for the message center Options menu.

  • Page 67: Message Settings

    Message Settings When you receive the 515 wireless phone, some of the message settings (Email, SMS/EMS, MMS, and voice mail) have been pre-configured by AT&T Wireless. Contact your AT&T Wireless provider for assistance to add or change message or voice mail settings.

  • Page 68: Sms/ems Settings

    To establish the Email settings (send account and check account defaults): Press Softkey 2 (Message) or Softkey 1 (Main) and 2 to display the Message center folder screen. Press (Options Menu), 4, and 4 to display the Default account screen. MENU Highlight Account 1, Account 2, or SMS and press (Select) to select the default send setting.

  • Page 69: Mms Settings

    MMS Settings Some of the MMS settings have been pre-configured by your network service provider. To establish or edit the MMS settings: Press Softkey 2 (Message) or Softkey 1 (Main) and 2 to display the Message center folder screen. Press (Options Menu) and 6 to display the first MMS settings screen.

  • Page 70: Voice Mail Setting

    Voice Mail Setting To establish the settings for voice mail (See Flag.): Voice Mail is SIM and network Press Softkey 2 (Message) or Softkey 1 (Main) and 2 to display the Message center folder screen. provider dependent. Contact your Service Provider for details of your Press (Options Menu) and 7 to display the Voice mail number screen.

  • Page 71: Checking New Messages

    Checking New Messages To check if new messages are in the Message center (See Flag.): Press Softkey 2 (Message) or Softkey 1 (Main) and 2 to display the Message center folder screen. Press Softkey 1 (Check). The Inbox is updated with the number of new messages. (See Flag.) When Softkey 1 (Check) is selected, the wireless phone is connected to the Email server.

  • Page 72: Displaying Next/previous Message

    Displaying Next/Previous Message When reading messages in the Message view screen, while the message text displays: Press Softkey 1 (Prev) to display the previous message in the folder list and press Softkey 2 (Next) to display the next message in the folder list.

  • Page 73: Launch Browser

    Launch Browser To launch the browser from an URL (Uniform Resource Locator) in the message text: Highlight an item in a message center folder list and press (Select) to display the message in the message view screen. Press (Right) navigation key to highlight the URL [if there is more than one, press (Right) or (Left) navigation key to highlight the desired URL].

  • Page 74: Message View Options Menu

    Message View Options Menu While reading your messages at the message view screen, you can move a message, reply to a single message, reply to all the messages, forward a message, view the details of a message, delete a single message, delete all messages, view the attachment list, turn the highlight mode On, and change the number of messages that display on the page through the message view Options menu.

  • Page 75: Creating And Sending Messages

    Creating and Sending Messages SMS and EMS To create and send SMS or EMS message from the Idle screen: Press Softkey 2 (Message), Softkey 2 (New), and 1 to display the New SMS screen or 2 to display the New EMS screen. Use the navigation keys to highlight the To field.

  • Page 76

    Slide/Screen Composition One or more slides/screens may be composed for the MMS message. Each slide may contain a graphic/image, sound, and up to 5 lines of text. The graphic image becomes smaller, adjusting to the screen to make room for text when text is added. To compose a single slide: Press (Options Menu) to display the first page of the Edit menu (1/2).

  • Page 77: Email Message

    MMS Edit Menu The Edit options contains two screens. To display the Edit menu from the Composer screen: Press (Options Menu) to display the first page of the Edit menu (1/2). MENU Press (Right) navigation key to display the second page of the Edit menu (2/2) or press (Down) navigation key with the last option item on the first page highlighted.

  • Page 78: Attachments

    Attachments Adding an Attachment To add an attachment to an Email: Highlight the Attachment field and press (Select) to display the Edit attachments screen. Press the option number (1 through 4) or use the navigation keys to highlight an option and press (Select) to display the appropriate attachments list.

  • Page 79: New Message Options Menu

    New Message Options Menu While creating a new message, you may change the message type. When creating a new Email message, you may change the send option and the Email service (Account 1, Account 2, or SMS) to use to send the message. For MMS messages, you may set the priority, specify the delivery date, or hide/clear your address from the messages.

  • Page 80: Message Memory Maintenance

    Message Memory Maintenance When the memory allocated for the message function is full, your phone cannot receive new messages until you move or delete the old messages. To prevent the message memory from becoming full, it is recommended to regularly move or delete unwanted messages. Moving Messages to Another Folder To move a message to a new folder from the message center folder list Press Softkey 2 (Message) or Softkey 1 (Main) and 2 to display the Message center folder screen.

  • Page 81: Deleting A Message

    Deleting a Message To delete a message from the message center folder list screen: Press Softkey 2 (Message) or Softkey 1 (Main) and 2 to display the Message center folder screen. Press the Message center folder number (1 through 7; option 8 is not included in this procedure) or use the navigation keys to highlight a folder name and press (Select) to display the message center folder list screen.

  • Page 82: Deleting All Messages

    Deleting All Messages To delete all messages in message center folder: Press Softkey 2 (Message) or Softkey 1 (Main) and 2 to display the Message center folder screen. Press the Message center folder number (1 through 7; option 8 is not included in this procedure) or use the navigation keys to highlight a folder name and press (Select) to display the message center folder list screen.

  • Page 83: Editing A Blacklist Email

    To directly enter an Email address and add it to the Blacklist: Press Softkey 2 (Message) or Softkey 1 (Main) and 2 to display the Message center folder screen. At the Message center folder screen, press (Options Menu), 4, and 3 to display the Blacklist screen. MENU Press Softkey 1 (Add New) to display the text editor screen.

  • Page 84: Clock

    Clock To access the Clock menu: Clock menu icon: Press Softkey 1 (Main) and 3 to display the Clock menu or press Softkey 1 (Main) and press (Left), (Right), (Up), or (Down) navigation key to highlight Clock option 3 with a box frame. The Clock menu icon becomes animated. Press (Select) to confirm your choice.

  • Page 85: Network Time

    Network Time With ‘Use network time’ highlighted, press (Select) to choose the network time for the time setting. A checkmark is placed in 'Network date’ and ‘Network time’ is the box. (See Flag.) sent to your phone from the network Press (Down) navigation key to move to the Offset field and input the hours and minutes for the preferred time difference.

  • Page 86: Setting The Alarm

    Setting the Alarm Press Softkey 1 (Main) , 3, and 4 to display the Set alarm screen. With the alarm set to “Off”, press (Left) navigation key to highlight “On” and press (Select). Press (Down) navigation key to move Set time field. Input the required alarm time. Press (Right) navigation key move to the am field and press (Down) or...

  • Page 87: Formatting The Date And Time

    To turn Off the automatic power On/Off settings: Press Softkey 1 (Main) , 3, and 5 to display Set auto On/Off screen. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to scroll to the On time Enable or Off time Enable fields. Press (Select) for the On time and Off time to be set Off.

  • Page 88: Web Browser

    Web Browser To access mMode menu: mMode menu icon: Press Softkey 1 (Main) and 4 to display the mMode menu or press and HOLD (Phonebook) or press Softkey 1 (Main) and press (Left), (Right), (Up), or (Down) navigation key to highlight Web browser option 4 with a box frame.

  • Page 89: Connect To Specific Url

    Connect to Specific URL From the Idle screen, press Softkey 1 (Main), 4, 3, and 1 [or press and HOLD (Phonebook); press 3and 1] to display the Enter address screen. Highlight the Address field and press (Select) to display the text editor screen.

  • Page 90: Mmode Options Menu

    mMode Options Menu Specific tasks may be completed while accessed to the Internet. To display the first mMode Options menu: Add bookmark Bookmarks Press Softkey 1 (Main), 4, and 1 [or press and HOLD (Phonebook) and press 1]to access the Internet. Save page Press (Options Menu) and the option number to complete the desired function.

  • Page 91: What Can I Download

    Sounds may be attached to MMS messages and Emails. Tune. The sound/melody files that have the following file extensions are supported and may be saved to the 515 wireless phone: .mmf, .mld, and .midi.

  • Page 92: Downloading Pictures

    Pictures may be attached to MMS messages and Emails. The graphic files that have the following file extensions are supported by and may be saved to the 515 wireless phone: .gif, .jpeg, .jpg, .wbmp, and .png To download an image for viewing: When you observe an image file link on the website, use the navigation keys to highlight the image link.

  • Page 93: Nec Site

    NEC Site The 515 wireless phone is also supported by the website at www.nechdm.com. You can access this site from your handset to select and download content from the variety available. You do not need a computer to take advantage of these great new services.

  • Page 94: Bookmark Folder Options Menu

    Bookmark Folder Options Menu Specific tasks may be completed through the Bookmark folder Options menu. To display the Bookmark folder Options menu: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 4, and 2 [or press and HOLD (Phonebook) and press 2] to display the Bookmark folder screen. Use the navigation keys to highlight the desired bookmark folder, press (Options Menu) and input the option number to complete the desired function.

  • Page 95: Deleting Bookmarks

    Deleting Bookmarks To delete a specific bookmark: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 4, and 2 [or press and HOLD (Phonebook) and press 2] to display the Bookmark folder screen. Use the navigation keys to highlight the desired bookmark folder and press (Select) to display the Bookmark folder list screen.

  • Page 96: Saved Pages

    Saved Pages Saved pages are webpages saved to the wireless phone that may be viewed while off-line (not connected to the Internet). The maximum number of saved pages allowed is 100. The maximum number of protected saved pages is 50. Saving a Page To save a page while you are accessing the Internet at the desired website, Press...

  • Page 97: Protecting A Saved Page

    Protecting a Saved Page To protect or un-protect a saved page: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 4, and 4 [or press and HOLD (Phonebook) and press 4] to display the Saved page screen. Use the navigation keys to highlight a saved page and press (Options Menu) and 2.

  • Page 98: Settings

    Settings To establish the different settings to manipulate webpages and how you prefer the web browser to perform on the wireless phone, Press Softkey 1 (Main), 4, and 6 [or press and HOLD (Phonebook) and press 6] to display the Settings menu. Setting Scroll To establish how many lines to scroll at a time on the display screen when accessing the Internet, Press Softkey 1 (Main), 4, 6, 1, and 1 [or press and HOLD...

  • Page 99: Setting Cookies

    Setting Cookies Press Softkey 1 (Main), 4, 6, 2, and 3 [or press and HOLD (Phonebook); press 6, 2, and 3] to display the Cookie setting screen. Input 1 for Disable cookies, 2 for Enable cookies, or 3 for Confirmation of cookies and return to the Browser settings menu. Check Settings To check the Common settings, Press Softkey 1 (Main), 4, 6, 1, and 4 [or press and HOLD...

  • Page 100: Phonebook

    (End) to exit the screen and return to the Idle screen. Top Dog Phonebook Types Entry Name Entry Name 515 provides 5 phonebook types. Entry Name Complete List of all numbers stored in the other phonebook types (Phone, SIM, and FDN) except SDN numbers. (See Flag.) Entry Name Phone The personal directory stored in the phone’s memory;...

  • Page 101: Number Entry Screens

    Number Entry Screens There are two methods that a phone number may be entered to the Add new screen: Blank Number pre-loaded Blank Entry Screen To display the Add new screen with blank fields (no number is entered in the Number field), proceed as follows: Press the (Phonebook) until the preferred phonebook displays.

  • Page 102: Storing Numbers And Names In Phonebook

    Storing Numbers and Names in Phonebook To obtain a blank Add new screen, With a number and name added to a phonebook, the name displays on the Idle screen when a call is received from the person. press (Phonebook) until the preferred phonebook displays and Adding a New Name/Number press Softkey 2 (Add new).

  • Page 103: Location Number In Use

    Location Number in Use If a location number is already in use, a decision screen prompts, “Overwrite this entry?” The Number Type screen offers 7 Press Softkey 1 (Yes) to confirm the replacement or press Softkey 2 (No) to cancel the replacement. alternative number types.

  • Page 104: Editing Or Personalizing Numbers

    Editing or Personalizing Numbers Press and HOLD (Number Phonebook Entry Edit symbol) key during number entry to create a pause. A Phone entry should have at least a name and a phone number or Email address. The editing function is used to alter existing information and have additional information/attributes added to the entry.

  • Page 105: Allocate A Group

    To add/edit any phone number type fields: Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight a phone number type field and press (Select) to display the Phone If the field already has a number or number screen. information, press CLR (See Flag.) Input the number for the selected field and press Softkey 1 (OK) to return to the Edit screen.

  • Page 106: Allocate Led Color

    Repeat the voice tag or name the same as the first time. If holding the wireless phone to your ear, you will hear what you have said. If a match is obtained, the voice set confirmation screen “Voice set” displays briefly and the Edit screen displays with the Voice field ‘Set.’...

  • Page 107: Allocate A Phonebook Picture

    Allocate a Phonebook Picture To allocate a picture to display when the phone entry number calls your phone: Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the Picture field and press (Select) to display the Picture list screen. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the preferred picture name.

  • Page 108: Sim Edit

    SIM Edit The editing function can be used to alter the existing entry information in SIM. There are only two fields to edit: the name field and number field. (See Flag.) Edit a SIM entry as follows: A SIM entry should have at least a name or a number.

  • Page 109: Phonebook Options Menu

    Provides a summary of all phonebook entries and a list of available voice tags. (9) IR send Sends selected phonebook entry to another 515 wireless phone. (See Flag.) Entry Details Option Menu Specific tasks may be completed through the entry details Options menu.

  • Page 110: Copying Entries Between Phonebooks

    Copying Entries Between Phonebooks From the phonebook Options menu, you are allowed to copy phone number entries only from Phone to SIM (and vice versa). Press Softkey 1 (Main) and 5 to display the phonebook type last used or press (Phonebook) until the preferred phonebook displays (SIM or Phone).

  • Page 111: Memory Availability

    Memory Availability One of three screens displays depending upon the number of entries selected for the copy process and the availability in the phonebook that receive the copied entries. Can not copy any of the entries, “No free memory.” All selected entries can be copied; total number of entries to include in copy process is provided. Only part of the entries can be copied;...

  • Page 112: To Another Phonebook

    To Another Phonebook To copy or move the entry to another phonebook, press (Phonebook) until the preferred phonebook displays. The phonebook type name changes at the bottom left of the Move or Copy screen above the Softkey 1 indicator. The next available location within the selected phonebook is identified.

  • Page 113: Delete A Single Entry

    Delete a Single Entry From Phonebook To delete a single phonebook entry in the Phone or SIM: Press (Phonebook) until the preferred phonebook displays. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key as appropriate to scroll the directory or HOLD down (Up) or (Down) navigation key to scroll a page at a time to highlight the desired entry.

  • Page 114: Delete All Phone Entries

    Delete All Phone Entries The deletion of all phone entries is not applicable to the SIM, FDN, and Complete phonebooks. Only the phone memory is allowed to have all phone entries deleted. To delete all the phone memory entries: Press (Phonebook) until the preferred phonebook displays.

  • Page 115: Adding/moving To A Group

    Adding/Moving to a Group An entry may be allocated to a Group from the Edit screen (see page 97), from the phonebook Options Menu, or from the group Options menu. Phonebook Options Menu Press (Phonebook) to display the Phone (entries in SIM phonebook cannot be allocated to a group). Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the phonebook entry to allocate to a group.

  • Page 116: Remove Entry From Group

    Remove Entry from Group Phonebook Options Menu Press (Phonebook) to display the phonebook. The “Remove from group” option is Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the entry to delete from a group. disabled (grayed out) if an entry has not been allocated to a group.

  • Page 117: Sorting And Recall Stored Numbers

    Sorting and Recall Stored Numbers The phone numbers in your personal phonebook can be located and called using one of the following search methods. Alphanumeric The sort default for the phonebook is alphanumeric. Each time the wireless phone is powered-on, the sort is alphanumeric. To change from the location sort to the alphanumeric sort: Press (Phonebook) to display the preferred phonebook.

  • Page 118: Go To Location

    Go To Location To go to a specific location with a phonebook: Press (Phonebook) to display the preferred phonebook. Press (Options Menu) and 7 to display the Go To Location screen stating, “Enter location.” MENU Input the location number assigned to the desired entry and press Softkey 1 (OK) to display the entry highlighted in the phonebook location.

  • Page 119: Sending An Email

    To call a number type from the phonebook entry details screen, access the details from the phonebook. Press (Phonebook) to display the preferred phonebook. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the desired phonebook entry and press (Select) to display the phonebook entry details screen.

  • Page 120: Voice Tags

    Voice Tags Voice tag and voice memo are not A voice tag may be allocated to only 10 entries in the phone memory and none in the SIM memory. (See Flag.) the same. Displaying Voice Tag List See page 97 to add a voice tag to Press (Phonebook) until the Phone phonebook displays.

  • Page 121: Sending Ir From Phonebook

    Sending IR from Phonebook The entry information in the Phone phonebook may be sent to another 515 wirless phone via IR. (See Flag.) To send a Phone entry to another 515 wireless phone from the phonebook list: Entries in the Complete, SIM, FDN, Face the phones’...

  • Page 122: My Downloads

    The applications and games contained in the Software list are downloaded from the Internet through the Web Browser. The last loaded game appears at the top of the software list. The 515 wireless phone is set with vibrate and tone combination in order to play games that require both.

  • Page 123: Application Settings

    Application Settings The established application settings affect all the downloaded applications and games. To access the applications Settings menu: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 6, 1, and 2 to display the Settings menu. Input the corresponding setting number or press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the setting option and press (Select) to display the setting screen.

  • Page 124: Software Settings

    Software Settings The Software list Options menu provides two screens of settings to affect a single application/game. To access the Software list Options menu: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 6, 1, and 1 to display the Software list screen. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the desired application/game and press (Options Menu) to display the Software list menu.

  • Page 125: Auto Start

    The Software list menu (2/2) includes the options: (1) Server Certificate A Server Certificate (root certificate) becomes effective when software is downloaded or upgraded that uses SSL (secure socket layer) and the Server Certificate displays. When there is an interim certificate, a maximum of two interim certificates display.

  • Page 126: Music

    Music In the following section, how to play and delete desired music items is described. Musicfile.mid Display the Music List Screen Soundfile.mid Select the Music options from My Downloads menu and display the Music List screen to playback, delete, or view details. Orchestra.mid Press Softkey 1, 6, and 2 to display the Music List screen.

  • Page 127: Delete Current

    Delete Current To delete a highlighted music item: Press 2 or highlight the Delete Current option and press (Select). Press Softkey 1 (Yes) to execute the deletion or Softkey 2 (No) to cancel the deletion. Edit file name Delete All Spr.mmf To delete all the music items in the Music List screen: Press 3 or highlight the Delete All option and press...

  • Page 128: Pictures

    Pictures The viewer function allows you to display pictures obtained from downloads from the Internet. Press Softkey 1, 6, and 3 to display the Picture List screen. Familypic.gif Mountain.jpg Selecting and Displaying an Image Lakeside.jpg When image data exists, the list of available image files appears in the image display screen. In the image display screen, you can display, view, or scroll an image.

  • Page 129: Delete Current

    During the Slide Show, instead of waiting for the next picture to display: Press Softkey 2 (Next) to display the next image file. Press Softkey 1 (Prev) to display the previous image file. To end the Slide Show: Press CLR (Clear/Back) and return to the Picture List screen. To turn the Slide Show option Off: Press (Options Menu) and 1 to display the Slide Show screen.

  • Page 130: Call Records

    Call Records To access Call records menu: Call records menu icon: Press Softkey 1 (Main) and 7 to display the Call records menu or press Softkey 1 (Main) and press (Left), (Right), (Up), or (Down) navigation key to highlight Call records option 7 with a box frame.

  • Page 131: Calling From A Call Record

    To access Received calls or Missed calls with a single key press from the Idle screen: Press (Right) navigation key to display the Missed calls log. Press (Left) navigation key to display the Received calls log. Press (Send) to display the Dialed calls log. Top Dog 212-555-1212 Press...

  • Page 132: Deleting Call Records

    Deleting Call Records A single highlighted item may be deleted from a call type log or all items in a call type log (Missed calls, Received calls, or Dialed calls) may be deleted. To delete a single highlighted item in a call type log: Press Softkey 1 (Main) and 7 to display the Call records menu.

  • Page 133: Applications

    Applications To access Applications menu: Applications menu icon: Press Softkey 1 and 8 to display the Applications menu or press Softkey 1 and press (Left), (Right), (Up), or (Down) navigation key to highlight Applications option 8 with a box frame. The Applications menu icon becomes animated. Press (Select) to confirm your choice.

  • Page 134: Calculator

    Calculator (Send) key performs no The calculator can perform addition, subtraction multiplication, and division. It also has a memory function. (See Flag and table in right function. column.) To access and use the calculator, proceed as follows: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 8, and 1 to display the Calculator screen. Calculator Function The table in the right column identifies the keys and the calculator function each one performs.

  • Page 135: Scheduler

    Scheduler The Scheduler allows you to enter events and reminders to occur at a specified time and date. The scheduler allows a total of 600 events. Events may be scheduled from 01/01/2002 to 12/31/2099 and identified as public or private events. Your security code must be entered to view private events.

  • Page 136: Accessing Add New And Edit Screens

    Accessing Add New and Edit Screens To add a new event from the monthly or weekly calendar screen: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 8, and 2 to display the calendar screen (press Softkey 1 to switch between weekly and monthly calendar). Use the navigation keys to highlight the desired date.

  • Page 137: Adding/editing An Event

    Adding/Editing an Event Input the following information at the Add new event screen or change the following information at the Edit event screen: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 8, and 2 to display the Calendar screen (press Softkey 1 to switch between weekly and monthly calendar).

  • Page 138: Copying An Event

    Reminder Tune Highlight the Reminder tune field and press (Select) to display the Reminder tune list screen. The first item in the list is the default reminder sound. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the preferred tune. Press Softkey 1 (Play) to play the tune and press Softkey 2 (Cancel) to end playing the tune.

  • Page 139: Deleting Events

    Deleting Events To delete a single event: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 8, and 2 to display the Calendar screen (press Softkey 1 to switch between weekly and monthly calendar). Use the navigation keys to highlight the desired date and press (Select) to display the Daily Event list screen or use the navigation keys to highlight the desired event press (Select) to display the event Details screen.

  • Page 140: Go To Date

    Go To Date The Go To Date option allows finding a specified date rather than scrolling through weeks and months to find a date. The Go To Date default is the To go directly to a desired date from the Weekly calendar, Monthly calendar, or daily event list screen: current date.

  • Page 141: Viewing Summary

    Press Softkey 1 (OK) to exit the Summary screen and return to the previous Calendar or Daily Events screen. IR Sending To send your schedule to another 515 wireless phone: Highlight an event in the Daily Events list screen or display the event Details screen.

  • Page 142: To Do List

    To Do List This feature allows you to set up to 100 To Do tasks. You can choose to display To Do public, private, or all tasks. Each list may be filtered to list all tasks, completed tasks, or incomplete tasks. The default sort for the task lists is by priority: high, normal, low.

  • Page 143: Accessing To Do Add New And Edit Screens

    Accessing To Do Add New and Edit Screens To add a new task from the Public, Private, or All list screen: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 8, and 3 to display the To Do List menu. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the list type and press (Select) to display the selected task list.

  • Page 144: Adding/editing A Task

    Adding/Editing a Task Input the following information at the To Do Add new screen (current date displays in the Start date and Due date fields) and change the following information for To Do Edit screen. Start Date Press Softkey 1 (Main), 8, and 3 to display the To Do list menu. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight the list type and press...

  • Page 145: Deleting Tasks

    Private Press (Select) to check or uncheck the Private box. If the box is checked, the task is stored in the Private List. If the box is not checked, the task is stored in the Public List. Saving an Added New Task Press Softkey 1 (OK) to save/store the task in To Do and a confirmation screen displays, “Entry saved.”...

  • Page 146: Filtering

    To delete only Public tasks or Private tasks: Press (Options Menu), 3, and 2 to display the Delete Public menu or MENU press (Options Menu), 3, and 3 to display the Delete Private menu. MENU Input 1 to delete All tasks (complete and incomplete) or 2 to delete All Completed tasks. If the To Do list security code screen displays, input your security code and press Softkey 1 (OK) to continue deleting tasks.

  • Page 147: Viewing To Do Summary

    Press Softkey 1 (OK) to exit the Summary screen and return to the previous To Do List (Public, Private, or All) screen. IR Sending To send your task to another 515 wireless phone from the Public, Private, or All To Do List: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 8, and 3 to display the To Do List menu.

  • Page 148: Notepad

    Notepad This feature allows you to set up to 50 notes that are stored in Notepad. For the English language, 512 characters may be entered for a note since English characters are 1 byte. The number of characters for other languages depends on the number of bytes used per letter. When the maximum number of notes have been entered in Notepad, the “Notepad full”screen displays.

  • Page 149: Deleting Notes

    To edit a note from the Notepad list screen: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 8, and 4 to display the Notepad list screen. Press (Up) or (Down) navigation key to highlight a note. Press (Options Menu) and 2 to display the note in the text editor screen. MENU Make the changes to the note.

  • Page 150: Sending As Email

    Sending as Email To send the note in an Email from the Notepad list or View note screens: Press (Options Menu) and 4 to access Messaging and display New Email. The information from notepad is placed in the MENU Email Message field. Input the Email (see page 69 for Email instructions).

  • Page 151: Currency Converter

    Currency Converter The Currency Converter uses the exchange rate and an amount from one country to calculate the exchange amount for another country. Setting the Currency Converter Fields To convert an amount of money from one currency to another: Press Softkey 1 (Main), 8, and 5 to display the Currency converter screen. Highlight the From field.

  • Page 152: Voice Memo

    Voice Memo This feature allows up to 20 recordings that are stored in Voice memo. These recordings are 20 seconds per memo and may be a voice memo or a recorded conversation during a received or dialed call (see page 27). The Voice memo screen displays the memos in date order with the most recent recording listed first.

  • Page 153: Labeling A Memo

    Labeling a Memo The memo or recorded phone call is automatically labeled with the date and time of the recording. To define the label yourself from the Voice memo screen: Press (Options Menu) and 4 to display the text editor screen. MENU Use the normal text entry procedures (see page 50) to input a label of 16 characters and press (Select) to save the entry and...

  • Page 154: Synchronization

    Synchronization Two synchronization sessions This feature synchronizes the time, date, and contact fields of PIM applications and phonebook with a provider on the Inter/Intranet should be at least 30 seconds apart (remote server) or local server with the use of PC applications. to finish processing the files for a The PIM applications that are synchronized are Scheduler with calendar, phonebook with contacts, and To Do list.

  • Page 155: Synchronization Process

    Synchronization Process To end synchronization process before it is completed: Press Softkey 2 (Cancel) and a screen displays “Synchronization canceled” and returns to the Applications Menu. The data processed up to the point cancellation remains in the server. The time between two successive synchronizations should be at least 30 seconds to finish log files for the previous session and allow time for the USB communication to settle/complete.

  • Page 156

    Error/Description Local Sync Resolution* Remote Sync Resolution* Check the USB cable is attached. Check that the wireless phone has Server connection Check that Intellisync icon is service and the service provider is could not be established. displayed on Windows Taskbar and displayed.

  • Page 157: Synchronizing Phonebook Entries

    The following limitations apply to phonebook synchronization: The 515 wireless phone truncates or shortens an entry to the allowed number of characters if it exceeds the length supported in the phonebook. The Name field allows 30 characters for the name and the Number field allows 40 characters for the phone number.

  • Page 158: Synchronizing To Do Task Entries

    Private/Public The following limitations apply to the To Do tasks synchronization: The 515 wireless phone truncates or shortens a task entry to the allowed number of characters if it exceeds the length supported in the Description field. The 515 wireless phone supports only completed and incomplete status. Any other status except for “Completed” is mapped to “Incomplete.”...

  • Page 159: Accessories

    NEC recommends using only NEC Authentic Accessories with your wireless phone to ensure optimum quality performance. (See 1-800-637-5917 in the United Flags and Warnings.) The NEC authorized accessories include the following: States. Vehicle Power Adapter AC Adapter and Charger Unit...

  • Page 160: Battery

    Connect the vehicle power adapter with the power adapter inserted into the cigarette lighter or vehicle power outlet. Do not insert the end of the cable that attaches to the 515 wireless phone into the vehicle power outlet. Plug into Vehicle Power Adapter Socket...

  • Page 161: Usb Connector Cable

    Connect the USB PC Link cable according to the picture on the right. The 515 plug end has release clips (see picture). Squeeze the release clips and insert into the 515 adapter port. When inserting the 515 plug, be sure that the rectangular opening on the connector is lined up with the rectangular opening in the phone.

  • Page 162: Fda Information

    U.S. FDA’s Consumer Update The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Devices and Radiological Health Consumer Update on Wireless Phones. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard? The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated with using wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless phones are absolutely safe.

  • Page 163

    FDA Consumer Update FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless phone networks rely upon. While these base stations operate at higher power than do the wireless phones themselves, the RF exposures that people get from these base stations are typically thousands of times lower than those they can get from wireless phones.

  • Page 164

    FDA Consumer Update 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. However, very large numbers of animals would be needed to provide reliable proof of a cancer promoting effect, if one exists.

  • Page 165

    FDA Consumer Update What has the FDA done to measure the radio frequency energy coming from wireless phones? The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is developing a technical standard for measuring the radio frequency energy (RF) exposure from wireless phones and other wireless handsets with the participation and leadership of FDA scientists and engineers.

  • Page 166

    FDA Consumer Update 11. What about wireless phone interference with medical equipment? Radio frequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can interact with some electronic devices. For this reason, FDA helped develop a detailed test method to measure electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators from wireless telephones.

  • Page 167: Warranty And Service

    1. What products may be covered by this limited warranty? The following products (the “Products” or the “Product”) purchased through an NEC America, Inc. (NECAM) Authorized Dealer (the “Dealer”) in the United States on or after April 1, 2003 may be covered by this warranty: NEC 515 WIRELESS PHONE 2.

  • Page 168

    (b) ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. OTHERWISE, THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY IS YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED.

  • Page 169: Nec Authorized Accessories

    1. What products may be covered by this limited warranty? The following products (the “Products” or the “Product”) purchased through an NEC America, Inc. (NECAM) Authorized Dealer (the “Dealer”) in the United States on or after April 1, 2003 may be covered by this warranty: NEC AUTHORIZED WIRELESS TELEPHONE ACCESSORIES 2.

  • Page 170: Nec Customer Service Support

    NEC Customer Service Support NEC Service Support can assist you with any additional information that you may need in the operation your NEC cellular telephone and NEC Authentic Accessories . Contact NEC...

  • Page 171: Index

    Index Changing battery Moving a network FDN setting Changing PINS Multi-party call Format date Charging battery 17,18 Music downloads Format time 7 Color LED Checking battery Mute a call Frequency band setting Checking new messages Accepting a call Frequency bands New message tone Clock Accessories...

  • Page 172

    INDEX Web browser Safety Wireless System Structure Saved pages Scheduler Security code Security settings Send key answer Send own number Service tone Set tones Setting the time Show version setting SIM Card SMS settings Softkey indicator Speed dialing Status Bar Indicators Symbol mode entry Synchronization Synchronization settings...

  • Page 173: Ctia

    CTIA Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association Driver Safety Tips Your wireless telephone gives you the powerful ability to communicate by voice almost anywhere, anytime whenever wireless phone service is available and safe conditions allow. However, an important responsibility accompanies the benefits of wireless phones, on that every user must uphold.

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