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    Manual Part Number: 621-0365 Version 3** **This may include features not available in all NEC 535M phones, or may not include features available in updated or later version NEC 535M phones. Contact NEC Service Support with any questions. NEC America, Inc. (”NEC”) reserves the right to make changes or improvements to any of the products described in this guide without prior notice.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Antenna ......21 Licenses ......22 NEC 535M Getting Started Wireless System Structure .

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    Last Number Redial ......31 Changing Mode Settings ..... 47 Dialing a Number in Message Text .

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    Synchronization ......62 Create a New Message ..... . 79 TTY Settings .

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    NEC Site ......101 Copying....... 120 Current Copy .

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    Zoom ......152 Audio and Visual Controlling Brightness ..... . 152 Pictures.

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    Warranty and Service NEC 535M Wireless Phone ....191 Limited Warranty ......191 NEC Authorized Accessories .

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  • Page 10: Wireless System Structure

    Wireless System Structure All the NEC 535M features described in this user guide are supported by your phone. However, for all these features to work, you must have a SIM card (the most important component for phone function; included in the box supplied by your Service Provider) that also supports these features.

  • Page 11: Phone Controls

    User Guide Instructions The instructions for all tasks and phone functions start at the Idle screen (see page ) unless instructed otherwise. These instructions make use of shortcut selections except for special cases. The instruction “press” means to press a key or button for one second or less. The instruction “press and HOLD"...

  • Page 12: Nec 535m

    The Clear key is used to remove a character or letter in the text entry screen and clear the present screen to return (go back) to the previous screen. The Clear key is located above the digit 2 ABC key. The End/On-Off key is used to turn the wireless phone On, turn it Off, terminate a phone call, and end current screen activity or application to return to the Idle screen.

  • Page 13: User Guide Instructions

    Parts and Functions...

  • Page 14: Keypad Phone Controls

    Display Information The LCD on your phone uses high-precision technology. Even so, the LCD may contain pixels (dots) that fail to light or remain permanently lit. Note that this is normal and does not indicate a problem with your display. Check box and Radio Buttons A check box enables/disables a feature or option.

  • Page 15: Parts And Functions

    Main LCD Display Day and date New voice mail if no ALS (or on ALS 1)/ Camera or video camera/Options menu New voice mail on ALS 1 and ALS 2/ New voice mail on ALS 2. (Options Menu icon does not display on the Idle screen, but displays for other screens when an Options Menu is available for more (Service not available at this time.)

  • Page 17: Main Lcd Display

    2nd LCD Display Signal strength levels MMS message(s) on network server No network connection (not New voice mail if no ALS in the service area) (or on ALS 1)/ New voice mail on ALS 1 Battery power levels and ALS 2/ (Full, 2/3, 1/3, Empty) New voice mail on ALS 2 Battery is charging...

  • Page 18: Main Menu

    Main Menu A Main Menu icon becomes animated when The menu structure begins with the Main Menu icons for top level options. To access a menu highlighted. option: Press MENU to access the Main Menu and press the option 1 through 8. 1.

  • Page 19: 2nd Lcd Display

    Sub-Menus and Options Menu 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 highlight and select the desired sub-menu option. You may also highlight the desired option and press the Right navigation key to advance to the next sub-menu.

  • Page 20: Main Menu

    Keypad Shortcuts The following shortcuts are available from the Idle screen. Key Name Press Key To Press and HOLD Key To Softkey 1 Access Mail screen Access Message type screen Softkey 2 Access Browser screen Access application list of Games & Apps MENU Access Main Menu or Options menu Set the Side key lock...

  • Page 21: Sub-menus And Options Menu

    Main Phone Features The NEC 535M phone can be used almost anywhere in the world with tri-band operation (GSM 850/1800/1900 bands). Your phone has the following features: Games (user may delete) Multi-party call capability (conference calling) 2 Softkeys One-button Internet access (Browser)

  • Page 23: Main Phone Features

    Safety and Performance Fully charge the phone’s battery before you use your new wireless phone (see page 26 for the 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.

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    Doing so may damage to the LCD and camera lens and cause them to malfunction. Do not attempt to disassemble the phone or any of its accessories. For repair, contact an NEC qualified repair center.

  • Page 25: Safety And Performance

    General Safety The earpiece and phone may become warm during normal use. The phone itself may also become warm during normal charging. Put only the headset’s earpiece covered with foam in your ear. Do not put any other part of the headset in your ears. Observe ‘Turn off 2-way radio’...

  • Page 26: Safety

    Display Grant section at http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fcid after search on FCC ID A98-KMP6J1L1-9. 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 27: General Safety

    Aircraft Safety The use of wireless phones in aircraft may be dangerous to the operation of the aircraft and may be illegal. Any use of a wireless phone on board an aircraft must be in accordance with applicable regulations. Follow all flight crew instructions. When instructed to turn off your wireless telephone, do so.

  • Page 28: Radio Frequency (rf) Signals

    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 29: Aircraft Safety

    Use only a battery approved by NEC for the NEC 535M wireless phone. Using any battery pack or AC adapter not specified by NEC for use with the NEC 535M 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 30: Electromagnetic Interference

    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. For availability of approved accessories, check with your wireless phone dealer.

  • Page 31: Battery Care And Disposal

    Licenses Text Input and the T9 logo are registered trademarks of Tegic Communication. T9 Text Input is licensed under one or more of the following: U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928, 6,011,554; and 6,307,548; Australia Pat number 727539; Canadian Pat. Number 1,331,057; United Kingdom Pat. Number 2238414B; Hong Kong Standard Pat. Number HK0940329;...

  • Page 32: Performance

    The battery fully charged (see page 27) Service Activation Contact your local wireless service provider Before you can use your new NEC wireless phone, the service must be activated by a wireless for any questions service provider. regarding phone Voice Mail and Text Messaging...

  • Page 33: Licenses

    SIM Card If the SIM card is not fully inserted when the Before using your wireless phone you must register with a wireless network service provider to battery is replaced, 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 damage to the SIM card phonebook information.

  • Page 34: Getting Started

    If the SIM card is removed, the phone becomes unusable until a valid SIM card is inserted. It is Do not bend or scratch possible to transfer your SIM card to another compatible phone and resume your network your SIM card. subscription.

  • Page 35: Sim Card

    Using any battery pack, AC adapter, vehicle power adapter (optional) or desktop A fully charged battery charger (optional) not specified by NEC for use with this phone can be dangerous can or may allow up to 7.5 and may invalidate any warranty and approval given to the wireless phone.

  • Page 36: Removing A Sim Card

    NEC 535M and store in a place Checking the Battery with low humidity and cool temperature.

  • Page 37: Charging The Battery

    Low Battery Alarm When the battery voltage falls below the working level, RECHARGE BATTERY appears on the IMPORTANT BATTERY main display area and an empty battery icon displays in the status bar. With the recharge CHARGING notification, the phone also sounds a short tone at ten-second intervals. Once the recharge INFORMATION message displays and the short tone sounds, the phone battery has approximately one minute (Charging a very low...

  • Page 38: Battery

    Turning the Phone Off Press and HOLD END 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 39: Low Battery Alarm

    The digital technology of Press SEND to access the dialed call list from the Idle screen. your NEC 535M wireless phone helps to ensure Correcting Mistakes that your conversations are kept secure.

  • Page 40: Powering-on The Phone

    Receiving Calls You also have options for holding and forwarding When someone calls your number (phone is powered On), calls. These options The phone ringer sounds. depend on your network The LED (located at the back of the flip cover) flashes the specified color. and your subscription The phone number of the person calling may display on the bottom, left of the screen if the arrangements.

  • Page 41: Receiving A Call While In An Application

    Receiving a Call While in an Application If you receive a call while creating a new message, you can accept or reject the call. When you accept the call, the message closes so you may answer the call. The text entry for the message is saved in the Message center Drafts folder.

  • Page 42: 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 57). When you receive a call, the incoming phone number displays if the caller’s function for caller ID is set On or their name and number have been stored in your phonebook.

  • Page 43: Emergency Calls

    Emergency Calls Input 9, 1, and 1. Press SEND to connect the call to local emergency services (only within the United States). In the United States of America, the emergency Speed Dialing number is 911. On most networks, 911 emergency With one-touch dialing, calls can be made without Press and HOLD a number 2-9 (the numbers 2-9 correspond to the phonebook location...

  • Page 45: International Dialing

    International Dialing The ‘+” (plus) symbol for Before you can enter a + symbol in a number, the cursor must be at the beginning of a number. International access can be entered and used To make international calls: within phone numbers for Press and HOLD 0 to input the + symbol.

  • Page 46: Voice Mail

    Voice Mail The voice mail message icon displays in the icon status bar to notify you of a new voice mail. The icon remains displayed until you access voice mail to listen to your message. Press and HOLD 1 at least two seconds to access your voice mail. Refer to the Voice Mail in the Phonebook section on page132 for more voice mail information.

  • Page 47: Call Waiting

    Call Waiting During a call, another received call is announced by a beep tone in the earpiece and an incoming message on the screen. To use call waiting from the Call in progress screen when you hear the beep tone: Press Softkey 1 to answer the new call and automatically place the current call on hold.

  • Page 48: Conference Calls

    Conference Calls If your SIM card is multi-party enabled (the Network supports conference calling), you can make Do not press (End/On-Off) a conference call to more than one caller. The 3-way and up to 6-way conference call depends to reject an incoming call on the network service provider.

  • Page 49: Putting Calls On Hold

    Putting Calls on Hold Press Softkey 2 to place the multiparty call on hold. Private Conversation During a multi-party call, you can select one participant for a private conversation while the other participants continue the conference call. Highlight the participant. Press END to end the Press Menu (Options Menu) and 6 to briefly display the busy screen for Private conference call.

  • Page 50: Roaming

    Roaming The roaming feature enables you to use your phone in many parts of the world and pay all Before leaving your home charges through your normal service provider. Your network operator usually has agreements country, you should select with named networks in other countries so that automatic roaming can take place with these any preferences such as named networks.

  • Page 52: Personalizing Settings

    Personalizing Settings To access the Settings menu: Press MENU (Main) and 1 to display the Settings menu or press MENU (Main), highlight, Settings menu icon: and select the Settings option 1. To select a Settings menu option: Press the Settings option number (0 through 9) or press highlight and select the desired Settings option.

  • Page 53: Answer Options

    Answer Options When the side key setting The Answer Options establish the setting of the way that you prefer to answer a received call. is enabled, the volume keys can be used to: Any Key Answer Toggle the mobile light. When this feature is active (on), you can receive a call by pressing any key (except END, Turn on the backlight Softkey 2, or the Side keys).

  • Page 54: Als Setup

    ALS Setup If the network service provider and the SIM card supports ALS (Alternate Line Service), you can setup which line to use, the line names, and automatic line selection. Press MENU (Main), 1, 1, and 4 to display the ALS screen. For outgoing calls, press 1 and the appropriate key for the desired action.

  • Page 55: Setting The Date

    Local Time If you are not using the network time, you must input the local time: When you select Daylight Savings time from the Highlight the Local time field and input the local time for the time setting. timezone screen, ST Press Right navigation key to move to the am/pm radio buttons.

  • Page 56: Setting Time Zone

    Setting Time Zone To set up the time zone: Press MENU (Main), 1, 1, 5, and 6 to display the Set timezone screen. A check mark in the check box means that the Scroll and highlight the preferred time zone. daylight savings time is As each time zone is highlighted, the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) offset for the activated.

  • Page 57: Earphone Type Setting

    Earphone type Setting You can set the sound output type to stereo or monaural, depending on your earphones (headset). Press MENU (Main), 1, 1, and 8 to display the Earphone type screen. Press the appropriate corresponding number of the desired earphone type. Phone Modes This section provides the instructions for: (1) Mode Selection--how to select the mode for the phone to operate/function and (2) Changing Mode Settings--how to establish the different mode...

  • Page 58: Default Mode Settings

    Default Mode Settings When a mode is selected, some of your phone’s settings are altered automatically to the respective mode name. The following table shows the default settings for each mode. If the selected mode is To Select Phone Mode: Normal Meeting Pocket...

  • Page 59: Ringer

    Ringer To change the ring tune that will sound when the phone rings: Ring tunes, message tunes, music, and Press 1 to display the tune list screen. A checkmark displays beside the tune currently melodies may be used. downloaded from the Web Highlight and select the desired tune to return to the mode menu.

  • Page 60: Key Tone

    Key Tone The key tone refers to the sound you hear when pressing number buttons. Press 5 to display the Key tone screen. Press 1 to activate or press 2 to deactivate key tones. Service Tone The service tone is sounded when traveling into and out of the area where the network provides service.

  • Page 62: Main Lcd

    Main LCD The Main LCD menu allows you to set the wallpaper, and color style to display. Wallpaper A wallpaper is an image that is displayed as the background for the Idle screen. To select one of the stored pictures to display as a background on the Idle screen, Press MENU (Main), 1, 3, and 1 to display the picture list screen.

  • Page 63: 2nd-lcd

    2nd-LCD The 2nd-LCD menu allows you to set the 2nd-LCD display, wallpaper, clock, event display, Clock Selection Options: received call number, display direction, and contrast. Display Press MENU (Main), 1, 4, and 1 to display the Display screen. Press 1 to activate or 2 to deactivate the 2nd-LCD display. Wallpaper To select one of the stored pictures to display as a background on the 2nd-LCD, Press MENU (Main), 1, 4, and 2 to display the picture list screen.

  • Page 64: Incoming Call Number

    Incoming Call Number To display the caller’s phone number or the name (if you have stored it in the phonebook) on the 2nd-LCD screen, Press MENU (Main), 1, 4, and 5 to display the Incoming call no. screen. Press 1 to activate or 2 to deactivate the incoming call number display. Display Direction Press MENU (Main), 1, 4, and 6 to display the Display direction screen.

  • Page 65: Calls Settings

    Calls Settings To end call forwarding without the OFF profile, you must manually Call Forwarding change the settings for Call forwarding informs the network provider how you want received calls forwarded to a each call type to ‘Never’ specified phone number and the type of calls forwarded. All received calls may be forwarded to or ‘No forward.’...

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    Always Forwarding Condition Highlight the number field under Always. Input the call forwarding number without hyphens. This is the phone number to which received calls will always be forwarded. The selected forwarding Conditional Forwarding Condition condition option becomes Highlight the Answer time field. enabled while the options not selected are disabled Press the Left or Right navigation key to select the number of seconds for a call to be...

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    Manual Call Forwarding Press MENU (Main), 1, 6, 1, and 1 to display the Set forwarding screen. Manual call forward settings override any Press Softkey 2 (Manual) to display the Manual forward screen. There is a delay while your profile settings. phone checks its forwarding status with the network.

  • Page 68: Call Waiting

    Call Waiting Call waiting feature informs you with a tone that another call is being made to your phone while an existing call is in progress. Setting Up Call Waiting Press MENU (Main), 1, 6, 2 and 1 to display the Settings screen. Press 1 to activate or 2 to deactivate call waiting feature.

  • Page 69: Security Settings

    Security Settings The Security Settings allows the user to lock the handset to protect your phone from improper use and prevent unauthorized users from accessing phone functions. The PIN codes, security codes, and password codes are 4 to 8 digit numbers. While the handset is locked, you cannot access any tools or information stored in the phone until the security code is correctly entered.

  • Page 70: Pin Activate

    Security Code The security code is used to unlock the phone when Phone Lock is enabled. To change the security code, The default setting of the Press MENU (Main), 1, 7, 1, and 3 to display the Security code screen. security code is “0000’...

  • Page 71: Bar Calls

    Bar Calls Bar calls feature allows you to bar specific type of calls made or received on your phone. The Bar calls features are type of restrictions are: network services and may require a password. All outgoing (dialed calls) All incoming (received) calls International outgoing (dialed) calls Incoming (received) calls when International outgoing (dialed) calls except to home...

  • Page 72: Network Settings

    Network Settings Network Search Type Press MENU (Main), 1, 8, and 1 to display the Search type screen. Press 1 to select the automatic mode or 2 to select the manual mode. If you select Maual, the phone will scan for avaible service providers when a connection is lost.

  • Page 73: Other Settings

    Local Server Refer to Intellisync Lite The local server synchronization requires an NEC approved USB cable and additional software. Installation Guide and Press MENU (Main), 1, 9, 1, and 2 to display the Remote Server menu. User Guide instructions or Input your user name or login identification and password.

  • Page 74: Tty Settings

    The configuration is only mandatory if the server provides the feature. Only one authentication may be used, either proxy or HTTP. The NEC 535M wireless phone cannot TTY is an abbreviation for operate with both types of authentication turned On.

  • Page 75: Internet Settings

    Internet Settings When you receive the NEC 535M wireless phone, some of the Internet settings may have been pre-configured by your service provider. Contact your service provider for assistance to add or change Internet settings. Factory Settings Connection Factory settings are Press MENU (Main), 1, 9, 3, 1, and 1 to display the Factory setting screen.

  • Page 76: Show Versions

    Show Versions This option provides information regarding the software version that your phone is currently using. Press MENU (Main), 1, 9, and 4 to display the Show versions screen. Press Softkey 2 (OK) to exit. Reset Settings This function allows the phone settings to revert back to the factory settings. Press MENU (Main), 1, and 0 to display the Security code entry screen.

  • Page 78: 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 a key for the first letter to enter and the text editor screen displays or press Select at any highlighted entry field to display the text editor screen and begin text entry To change the text entry mode between normal text (ABC), T9™...

  • Page 79: Text Mode Change

    Text Mode Change At the text editor screen, press Softkey 1 (Mode) to change the text entry mode. Press Softkey 1 (Mode) till the desired text mode (T9, ABC, or 123) displays above the Softkey 1 indicator. 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.

  • Page 80: Normal Text (abc)

    Normal Text (ABC) At the text editor screen, press Softkey 1 (Mode) until the ABC appears above the Softkey 1 indicator. Press a number key that contains the desired letter. Successive presses of the same number key displays the next available character on the text editor screen. Press 0 to insert a space.

  • Page 81: Text Entry Options Menu

    Text Entry Options Menu At any field to input information (except number fields), press a key for the first letter you want to enter 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.

  • Page 82: Text Alignment

    Text Alignment After you select the format for your message text, you can choose the desired text alignment. At the text editor screen, Press MENU (Options Menu) and 3 to display the Text Alignment screen. Highlight the desired Text Alignment field and press Select. 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.

  • Page 83: Insert Object

    To change the text color of the selected text on the text editor screen. To change the text format of the selected text on the text editor screen. To copy the selected text. When the highlight mode To cut/remove the selected text where it is located on the text editor screen. is turned On, the Softkey To delete the selected text from the text editor screen.

  • Page 84: T9 Text Language

    Press Softkey 1 (Preview) to view the object. Press CLR (Clear/Back) or Softkey 2 (Stop/Cancel) end viewing and return to the previous list screen. With the object highlighted in the list screen, press Select to return to the text editor screen and the object is inserted.

  • Page 86: Messaging Accessing Messages

    Select at a highlighted field to display the text editor screen. Message Center Overview The NEC 535M supports a number of message services. SMS (Short Message Service) allows you to send short text messages to a phone number.

  • Page 87: Standard Messages

    LED glows. when the Inbox folder is The NEC 535M wireless phone automatically sends a message to the service center when the full. SIM memory for messages is full. When the service center has been informed that the SIM memory is full, the SIM full icon displays.

  • Page 88: Message Icons

    Message Icons The following icons represent the number of read and unread message in the Message folders. The number of read and unread messages in a Displays to the left of the folder name indicating unread messages in the folder. highlighted folder displays above the softkey area.

  • Page 89: Receiving And Reading Messages

    Receiving and Reading Messages To display the new SMS messages, MMS messages, and new Emails from the message center when the message icon displays in the status bar, Press Softkey 1 (Message) and 1 to display the Inbox message list. Scroll and highlight the desired message.

  • Page 90: Displaying Next/previous Message

    Displaying Next/Previous Message Press the Right When reading messages in the message view screen, navigation key to search forward in a message or Press Softkey 1 (Prev) to display the previous message in the folder list. Email for a phone Press Softkey 2 (Next) to display the next message in the folder list.

  • Page 91: Access Url

    Access URL Use the Options Menu To launch the browser from an URL (Uniform Resource Locator) in message text, (option 1) to add a highlighted URL to Highlight the desired URL. bookmarks . Press MENU (Options Menu) and 2 to launch the browser. Message Options Menu This Options menu applies to the message folders only.

  • Page 92: Folder List Options Menu

    Folder List Options Menu This Options menu applies to a highlighted message in a folder list. To display the message folder list Options menu from the Message menu, Some options may be disabled (grayed out) Highlight the desired message folder and press Select to display the selected message depending on the folder list screen.

  • Page 93: Message View Options Menu

    Message View Options Menu This Options menu applies to a message displayed in the message view screen. To display the message view Options menu from the Message menu, Highlight the desired message folder and press Select to display the selected message folder list screen.

  • Page 94: Creating, Editing And Sending Messages

    Creating, Editing and Sending Messages When you are in Abc (normal text) mode, any word entered that is not in To create and send a SMS message from the Idle screen, the T9 dictionary is added Press Softkey 1 (Message), Softkey 1 (New), and 1 to display the New SMS screen with automatically.

  • Page 95: Mms

    To create and send a MMS message from the Idle screen, Press Softkey 1 (Message), Softkey 1 (New), and 2 to display the New MMS screen with <Add new> in the To field highlighted. Input the recipient’s phone number or Email address. Press Select and Softkey 1 (OK) or press Select twice to return to the New MMS screen.

  • Page 96

    To compose additional slides, Press the Right navigation key to highlight the blank page icon and press Select to display the Message screen. Follow the steps to compose a single slide. You may add slides up to the maximum size limit.

  • Page 97: Mms Options Menu

    MMS Options Menu This Options Menu applies to the MMS message To, Subject, and Message/slide fields when creating a new MMS message or editing an existing MMS message. To display the OptionsMmenu, Highlight the To, Subject, or Message/slide field and press MENU (Options Menu). Some options may be The following list describes the menu options that display for the MMS Options Menu.

  • Page 98: Email

    Email To create and send an Email from the Idle screen, Press Softkey 1 (Message), Softkey 1 (New), and 3 to display the New Email screen with <Add new> in the To field highlighted. Input the recipient’s Email address. Press Select and Softkey 1 (OK) to return to the New Email screen.

  • Page 99: Email Options Menu

    Sending an Email Press Softkey 1 (Send) to send the Email. With Send now option selected from the Options Menu, the Email is sent to the network server. If sending the Email fails, the Email is stored in the Outbox folder. With Send later option selected, the Email is stored in the Outbox folder.

  • Page 100: Editing Messages

    Editing Messages SMS, MMS, and Email messages in the Drafts and Outbox folders may be edited. To edit a message, Press Softkey 1 (Message) and 2 (Drafts) or 3 (Outbox) to display the desired folder list screen. Highlight the desired message and press Softkey 1 (Edit) to display the screen to edit the message.

  • Page 101: Message Settings

    Message Settings Some of the message settings may be pre-configured by the service provider. Contact your service provider to add or change message settings. SMS Settings To access the SMS settings from the Idle screen, Press Softkey 1 (Message) to display the Message Menu. Press MENU (Options menu) and 1 to display the SMS settings menu.

  • Page 102: Mms Settings

    MMS Settings To access the MMS settings from the Idle screen, Press Softkey 1 (Message) to display the Message Menu. Press MENU (Options menu) and 2 to display the MMS settings menu. The following list provides the MMS settings that you may establish or change. (1) MMS center Input the URL for the MMS service center.

  • Page 103

    The following list provides the Email settings that you may establish or change. (1) Account 1 Input the Account 1 detail, POP3, and SMTP settings. (2) Account 2 Input the Account 2 detail, POP3, and SMTP settings. (3) Default account Select the account to use when sending and checking Emails.

  • Page 104: Games And Apps

    Web Browser, as well as those preloaded into your phone. The last loaded application or game appears at the top of the application list. The NEC 535M wireless phone is set with vibrate and tone combination in order to play games that require both.

  • Page 105: Applications Options Menu

    Applications Options Menu This options menu applies to all applications, downloaded and preloaded, on the wireless phone. You can press SEND to To display the options menu, pause an application. When you are prompted, Highlight a game or application and press MENU (Options Menu). "Resume software?", The following list describes the menu options that display for the Applications list.

  • Page 106: Storage Info

    Storage Info This options menu displays the total storage information for all the software in the Applications list. To display the storage information, Press MENU (Main), 3, and 3.

  • Page 107: Web Browser

    Web Browser Browser menu icon: To access the browser menu: Press MENU (Main) and 4 to display the the browser menu or press MENU (Main) and highlight and select option 4. To end the session on the Internet, Press END key. The CLR key does not function as a back key or return to previous page in the web browser mode.

  • Page 108: Connect To Specific Url

    Connect to Specific URL Press MENU (Main) , 4, and 3 to display the Go To URL screen. The last URL entered displays in the URL field. Press CLR to remove the current URL address if it is not the one that you want. Input the text for the desired URL.

  • Page 109: Browser Options Menu

    Browser Options Menu You can access the Internet using a wide variety of browser options. To display the Browser Options menu at the desired website, Press MENU (Options menu) 4, and 1 to display the Browser menu. The following list describes the menu options that display for the browser. (1) Home Goes to the home page.

  • Page 110: What Can I Download

    Email. The sound files that have the following file extension are supported and may be saved to the NEC 535M wireless phone are: .smf (SP-MIDI), .amr, .imy, .mid, .mfm, and .mfmp. Refer to page 112 to To download and save a sound file, allocate a Ring Tune to identify a caller.

  • Page 111: Downloading Pictures

    Pictures and graphics may be attached to MMS messages and Emails. The graphic files that have the following extensions are supported and may be saved to the NEC 535M wireless phone are: .gif, .jpeg, .jpg, .wbmp, .bmp, and .png.

  • Page 112: Nec Site

    NEC website to download the content. You may upload a graphic from your computer to the NEC website and add it to your wireless phone. Follow the instructions provided at the NEC website.

  • Page 113: Bookmarks Options List

    Bookmarks Options List This options list applies to the Bookmarks screen. To display the options list, Press Softkey 2 (Menu) to display the Options list. The following list describes the options that display for the Bookmarks screen. (1) New Bookmark Add the website as a bookmark.

  • Page 114: Snapshot Pages

    Snapshot Pages Snapshot pages are webpages saved to the wireless phone that my be viewed while off-line (not connected to the Internet). The maximum number of snapshot pages allowed is 10. To access the Snapshot list, Press MENU (Main), 4, 4, 1, and 1 to display the list of Snapshots. Saving a Snapshot To save a page while you are connected to the Internet at a preferred website, Press MENU (Options Menu), 3, and 1 to display the list of Snapshots.

  • Page 116: Phonebook

    Press Softkey 2 (Back) or CLR key to return to the previous screen. Press END to exit the screen and return to the Idle screen. The Lists menu (option 1) provides a menu of the 7 phonebook types available in the NEC 535M.

  • Page 117: Phonebook Types

    Phonebook Types The NEC 535M wireless phone can have up to 7 directories stored on your SIM card and in your FDN and SDN are service phone memory: provider dependent Complete: List of all numbers stored in the other phonebook types (Phone, SIM, and FDN) features.

  • Page 118: Phonebook Options Menu

    Phonebook Options Menu This options menu applies to the Phonebook list screen. Specific tasks may be completed through the phonebook Options menu. To display the phonebook Options menu, Press BOOK until the preferred phonebook type displays. Highlight the desired entry. Press MENU (Options Menu) to display the Phonebook Options Depending on the menu and select the option number of the desired function.

  • Page 119: Storing Names And Numbers In Phonebook

    Storing Names and Numbers in Phonebook With a number and name added to a phonebook, the name displays on the Idle screen when a call is received from the person. Adding New Entry If you plan to use Press BOOK to display the last accessed phonebook type. Synchronization, input the name as : last name, Press Softkey 2 (Add new) to display the Add New menu.

  • Page 120: Personalizing Entries

    Personalizing Entries A Phone entry should have at least a name and a phone number or Email address. Personalizing an entry may be done from the Add new screen when adding a new entry or from the Edit record screen when changing existing information. Personalizing an entry may include: Home, work, mobile, and 2 other numbers Add a voice tag (to 10 Phone entries only) 2 Email addresses...

  • Page 121: Allocate A Group

    Allocate a Group An entry can be allocated to only one Group at a time. To allocate an entry to a specified Group, Highlight and select the Group field to display the Group list screen. The Group field default setting is “No Group.” Highlight and select the preferred Group Name to assign the entry to the Group and return to the screen where you started the add/edit process.

  • Page 122: Allocate Led Color

    Playing a Voice Tag To play a voice tag, Highlight and select the Voice field to display the Voice tag menu. Press 2 to play the selected voice tag. Deleting a Voice Tag To delete a voice tag from an entry, Highlight and select the Voice field to display the Voice tag menu.

  • Page 123: Allocate A Phonebook Picture

    Press Softkey 1 (Select) to allocate the graphic to the entry and return to the add/edit picture/graphic from your screen or press Softkey 2 (Back) to return to the picture list. computer to the NEC Press CLR to return to the Picture menu to select another list of graphics. website and add it to your...

  • Page 124: Allocate A Location Number

    If you know what the melody plays, highlight and select the preferred sound and return to the add/edit screen. Remove a Sound To remove an allocated sound from an entry, Highlight and select the Melody field to display the Sound menu. Press 2 and return to the add/edit screen with <Melody>...

  • Page 125: Adding Entry From Another Source

    Adding Entry from Another Source New entries may be added to a phonebook from other sources in the wireless phone. From Idle Screen You may enter a phone number on the Idle screen and add the number to a phonebook. To add an entry from the Idle screen, Input a phone number at the Idle screen.

  • Page 126: From Call Options Log

    ADD NUMBER OR EMAIL TO PHONE The Select field screen displays for a phone number. The Text type screen displays for an Email address. Select the field type and the Add new screen displays with the number or Email address displayed in the selected field type of the next available location number.

  • Page 127: Editing An Entry

    Editing an Entry There are three ways to obtain the Edit screen from within a phonebook to change entry information. The Entry detail screen Press CLR to remove any numbers or letters before entering changes. displays the entry name at the top of the screen in the title bar with the entry From Phonebook List and Options Menu...

  • Page 128: From Messages And Emails

    Input a phone number at the Idle screen. Press BOOK and 2 to display the Add to phonebook menu. Select the phonebook type. The corresponding phonebook type list displays. Highlight and select the existing entry that you want the phone number added to. EDIT A N ENTRY IN PHONE Enter your PIN2 when The Select field screen displays.

  • Page 129: From Call Options Log

    From Call Options Log To add an entry from a call option log, Press MENU (Main), 5, and 3 to display the Call records menu. Input the appropriate number for the desired log: 1 Missed call, 2 Received calls, or 3 Dialed calls.

  • Page 130: Entry Details Options Menu

    Entry Details Options Menu This options menu applies to the entry details screen. Specific tasks may be completed through the entry details Options menu. To display the entry details Options menu, Press BOOK until the preferred phonebook type displays. Highlight and select the preferred entry to display the entry details screen. Press MENU (Options Menu) to display the entry details Options menu and select the option number of the desired function.

  • Page 131: Copying

    Copying A phonebook entry may be copied to another phonebook or within the same phonebook to When copying an entry another location. All the entries in one phonebook may be copied to another phonebook. from Phone to SIM/FDN, the Origin screen displays to select the number type Current Copy to be copied to SIM/FDN.

  • Page 132: Copy From Detail Entry

    Copy from Detail Entry To copy an entry from the detail entry screen, Press BOOK to display the preferred phonebook. Highlight and select the desired entry Press MENU (Options Menu) and 5 to display the Copy menu. Select the phonebook type destination to copy the entry. The next available location number for the destination phonebook displays.

  • Page 133: From Group Entries List

    From Group Entries List In the list of entries assigned to a Group, an entry may be removed from the Group and deleted from the phonebook. Press BOOK until the Phone phonebook displays. Press MENU (Options Menu), 6, and 3 to display the Group list screen. Highlight and select a group name to display the group entries list screen.

  • Page 134: Renaming A Group

    With the entry highlighted, press Left or Right navigation key to view the next and previous number and number type icon (home, mobile work, etc) or Email address at the bottom of the screen. Renaming a Group Press BOOK until the Phone list displays (entries in SIM or FDN cannot be allocated to a group).

  • Page 135: Remove Entry From Group

    Group Options Menu While viewing the list of Phone entries assigned to a Group, you may go back to the Phone list to select an entry (assigned to another group or not assigned to a group) and add the selected entry to the current displayed Group entries list.

  • Page 136

    Group Options Menu While viewing the list of Phone entries assigned to a Group, an entry may be removed from the displayed list. Press BOOK until the Phone list displays (entries in SIM or FDN cannot be allocated to a group).

  • Page 137: Sorting And Recall Stored Numbers

    Sorting and Recall Stored Numbers Use one of the following methods to locate and contact an entry stored in the phonebooks . Alphanumeric Sorting The sort default for the phonebook is alphanumeric. Each time the wireless phone is powered If you select the FDN on, the phonebook is sorted alphanumerically.

  • Page 138: Go To Location

    Go To Location To go to a specific location number within a phonebook, Press BOOK to display the preferred phonebook list. Press MENU (Options Menu) and 8 to display the Location screen stating, “Enter location.” Input the location number assigned to the desired entry and press Softkey 1 (OK) to display the entry highlighted in the phonebook list.

  • Page 139: Sending Message From Phone List

    Sending Message From Phone List At a phonebook list or group list, you may create a message to send to a highlighted entry. Highlight the preferred entry in the list. If an entry has more than one phone number type or Email address, press Left or Right navigation key to view the next or previous number types (home, mobile, work, etc.) or Email address until the preferred number or Email address displays.

  • Page 140: Sending Message From Entry Details

    Sending Message from Entry Details Voice tag and voice memo are not the same. Highlight a number type or Email address for the Phone entry. Press MENU (Options Menu) and 2 to display the New Email screen. Refer to page 87 for Email Press Softkey 1 (Send).

  • Page 141: Deleting Voice Tags

    To play a voice tag from the entry details screen, Press BOOK until the Phone list displays. Highlight and select an entry to display the entry details screen. Highlight and select the voice tag field to display the Voice tag menu. Hold the wireless phone to your ear and press 2 to play the voice tag.

  • Page 142: Sending Ir From Phonebook

    Sending IR from Phonebook Only the entry information (Name, Home, Mobile, Work, Fax, 2 Emails addresses and 2 Info The NEC 535M wireless fields) in the Phone phonebook may be sent to another compatible IR device. phone sends data according to the vCard To send a Phone entry to another IR device from the Phone list, 2.1 specification.

  • Page 143: Voice Mail

    Voice Mail Voice mail feature allows unanswered calls to be forwarded to the voice mail center of your service provider. The caller can leave a voice message in your voice mailbox. The next time you power on the wireless phone, the network sends you a signal informing you that you have voice mail waiting and the voice mail message icon displays in the status bar on the Idle screen.

  • Page 144: Call Records

    Call Records The Call records provides a menu of the 3 call logs (missed calls, received call and dialed calls), the time duration of the last call, and total duration of all dialed calls. If you insert a SIM card other than the one that Call Logs came with the wireless...

  • Page 145: Audio And Visual

    Audio and Visual Using Audio and Visual, you can display picture files or video files and playback sound files on Audio & Visual menu icon: your wireless phone. These files may be downloaded from various sources: from the Internet, received in an Email, or received in a MMS message. The picture and video files may be created when captured with the phone’s camera function.

  • Page 146: Pictures

    Pictures With flat view option deactivated, the Pictures folder list contains three default folders to store picture files. Presets List of pre-loaded pictures (Wallpaper list) that came with the wireless phone. Photos List of pictures taken using the camera on the wireless phone. Downloads List of pictures that you have downloaded from other sources.

  • Page 147: Displaying Video Folders

    Displaying Video Folders Press Down navigation key to display the Audio and Visual menu. Press 2 to display the Videos folder list. Replaying a Video With flat view option At the Videos folder list, highlight and select the preferred video folder. activated, there are no folders.

  • Page 148: Sounds

    Sounds With flat view option deactivated, the Sounds folder list contains three default folders to store video files. Presets List of pre-loaded sounds (Ring tones) that came with the wireless phone. Voice memos List of voice memos recorded using the phone voice memo function. Downloads List of sounds that you have downloaded from other sources.

  • Page 149: Audio/visual Options Menu

    Audio/Visual Options Menu This options menu applies to the Pictures, Videos, and Sounds folder files. Specific tasks may be completed through Options menu for a selected image, video, or sound file. To display the Options menu, Highlight a file in a folder list or highlight and select a file to display. Press MENU (Options Menu) to display the Options menu and select the option number of the desired function.

  • Page 150

    (Sounds) Use the selected sound file in a MMS message, in an Email, as a ring tune, as a message tune, or to send through IR port to another InfraRed device. (3) Delete item Delete the selected folder or file. Protected files and pre-loaded files in the (4) Delete all...

  • Page 153: Camera/video Functions

    Camera/Video Functions Camera function allows you to take pictures and save as a JPEG file. You can enjoy the picture files in many ways: send it attached to a MMS message, set it as the wallpaper, etc. Camera viewfinder Screen Main LCD (Flip is open) Self timer is set on (The icon does not display when timer is not set.)

  • Page 154: Video Viewfinder Screen

    Video viewfinder Screen Main LCD (Flip must be open) Video size Sub-QCIF (W128 x H96) QCIF (W176 x H144) Zoom level setting (X1, X2, X3, and X4) Press Up or Down keys for additional zoom levels between X1 - X2, X2 - X3, and X3 - X4.

  • Page 155: Using The Camera/video Notes

    Using the Camera/Video Notes The NEC 535M wireless Handling the Camera phone’s camera is Fingerprints or grease on the lens can result in focusing problems or dark images. Wipe the lens constructed using with a soft cloth before use. extremely high...

  • Page 156: Copyright Information

    Copyright Information Images and videos shot or recorded on your phone cannot be used in ways that infringe upon copyright laws without the consent of the copyright holder, unless intended only for personal use. Some restrictions apply to the photographing of stage performances, entertainments, and exhibits, even when intended purely for personal use.

  • Page 157: Taking The Picture

    Taking the Picture From Main LCD Activate the camera function. If a call is received while you are checking or Look at the camera viewfinder screen and adjust the camera position to place the target on the screen. saving a photographed image, image storage is Hold the camera still and press Select.

  • Page 158: Using The Light

    Using the Light With the camera activated, press Softkey 1 (Light) to turn the light on or off. Take care not to hold the Zoom light too close to your eyes or the eyes of others With the camera activated, press the Up (zoom in) or Down (zoom out) navigation keys. when the light is on.

  • Page 159: Sending In Message

    Sending in Message A picture that you have taken may be sent in a MMS message or Email. Refer to page 84 for After taking a picture, press Softkey 2 (Send) to save the picture to the Photo folder of instructions on creating Pictures and display the New MMS or New Email.

  • Page 160: After Taking A Picture

    (6) Frame 1. Select a border or edge effect for the picture to be taken. 2. None (no frame effect). (7) Self-timer/ Activates/deactivates the self-timer function. Press Select to start The Frame function is not Self-time cancel the timer. After 10 seconds, the picture is taken and the timer available for VGA and turns off.

  • Page 161: Recording A Video

    The following list describes the menu options that display after taking a picture. (1) Save current Save the picture taken to the Photo folder of Pictures in Audio and Visual. (2) Save all Save all the pictures taken in Burst mode. (3) Send as MMS Create a new MMS message with the picture.

  • Page 162: Recording The Video

    Recording the Video Activate the video function. While recording, be careful not to cover the Look at the video viewfinder screen and adjust the camera position. mouthpiece of your phone Press Select or Side Up button to start recording. A tone sounds at the start of recording. as it is used as the The progress bar and a timer shows the number of seconds of the recording.

  • Page 163: Zoom

    Zoom With the video activated, press the Up (zoom in) or Down (zoom out) navigation keys. You may set X1, X2, X3, or X4 magnification from the Zoom setting of the Video Options menu. Controlling Brightness With the video activated, press the Left or Right navigation keys to control the brightness level of the picture.

  • Page 164: Video Options Menu

    Video Options Menu Before Recording a Video This options menu applies to the video viewfinder before recording. Video settings and effects may be selected for recording. To display the Video Options menu, Must have the video activated and the video viewfinder screen displayed. Press MENU (Options Menu) to display the Options menu and select the option number.

  • Page 165: After Recording A Video

    2. Brightness Set the brightness effect for the picture to one of five settings: 1. -2 Least brightness 2. -1 Less bright 3. 0 Normal brightness 4. +1 Brighter 5. +2 Brightest 3. Zoom Set the magnification for the picture to one of four settings: X1, X2, X3, or X4.

  • Page 166: Tools

    Tools Tools menu icon: To access Tools menu: Press MENU (Main) and 8 to display the Tools menu or press MENU (Main), highlight, and select Tools option 8. To select a Applications option: Press the Tools option number (0 through 9) or highlight and select the desired Tools option.

  • Page 167: Calculator

    Calculator You can perform addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with the calculator function. It Calculator also has a memory function. Function To activate the calculator function, Right Addition ( + ) Press MENU (Main), 8, and 1 to display the Calculator screen. Left Subtraction ( –...

  • Page 168: Clock Alarm

    Clock Alarm This feature enables you to switch the clock alarm function on/off and to set the time, repetition, alarm tone and alarm text. Setting the Alarm On Press Menu (Main), 8, and 2 to display the Set Alarm screen. For the clock alarm, you can set the on/off preference, time, tone, frequency, and text of the specified alarm.

  • Page 169: Adding/editing An Event

    Daily Events To display daily events list from the monthly or weekly calendar screen, Highlight and select a date. The daily events screen displays with the scheduled events that are to occur that day. Press the Left navigation key to display the events of the previous day. Press the Right navigation key to display the events for the next day.

  • Page 170: Scheduler Options Menu

    Scheduler Options Menu This options menu applies to the Scheduler calendars, daily events and event details. Specific tasks may be completed through Options menu. To display the Options menu, Highlight a date in the monthly/weekly calendar, highlight a scheduled event in the daily Depending on the events, or display the event details .

  • Page 171: Scheduler Alert

    Scheduler Alert When the Reminder field is checked, a scheduler alert or alarm sounds, whether the phone is powered on or off. The reminder tune sounds one time to remind of a scheduled event. On the screen, the Scheduler alert notification displays to provide the event date, time, and description. The Scheduler alert notification remains displayed until dismissed.

  • Page 172: Todo List

    ToDo List This feature allows you to set up to 100 ToDo tasks that should be finished by a certain date. You can choose to display only public tasks, private tasks, or all tasks. Each list may be filtered to list all tasks or just the finished or unfinished tasks. Each task is identified by a description (of up to 256 characters) and its start/due date.

  • Page 173: Adding/editing A Task

    Task Details To view the task details, Highlight and select a task in the selected task list to display the ToDo Details screen. Press the Left navigation key to display the previous ToDo task. Press the Right navigation key to display the next ToDo task. To edit a task from the Details screen, Press Softkey 1 (Edit) to display the ToDo Edit screen.

  • Page 174: Todo Options Menu

    ToDo Options Menu This options menu applies to the Public task list, Private task list, and All task list. Specific tasks may be completed through the Options menu. To display the Options menu, Depending on the task Highlight task in the ToDo task list. conditions, some options may be disabled (grayed Press MENU (Options Menu) to display the Options menu and select the option number of...

  • Page 175: Todo Details Options Menu

    ToDo Details Options Menu This options menu applies to the ToDo task details. Specific tasks may be completed through the Options menu. To display the Options menu for a task from the ToDo Details screen, Press MENU (Options Menu) to display the Options menu and select the option number of the desired function.

  • Page 176: Notepad

    Notepad This feature allows you up to 50 notes stored as text files. For the English language, 512 characters/spaces may be entered for a note since English characters are 1 byte. The number of characters for other languages depend on the number of bytes used per character. The Notepad list displays as the Text User list when inserting a text object to a MMS message or Email.

  • Page 177: Adding/editing A Task

    Adding/Editing a Task At the Add New screen or Edit screen, use the text entry procedures (see page 67) to input the note text. Press Select to save the note. The first line of the note text displays as the note name without spaces between the words in the Notepad List.

  • Page 178

    (8) Move all Move all notes in the selected folder to another folder. (9) Create folder Create a new folder within the selected folder. (0) Storage detail Display the current storage information in the phone memory ( * ) View detail Display the detail information of the selected note.

  • Page 179: Voice Memo

    Voice Memo This feature allows up to 20 recordings that are stored in Voice memo. A recording may be up to 60 seconds per memo and may be a voice memo. The Voice memo screen displays the memos in date order with the most recent recording listed first. Viewing Voice Memo Menu, List and Memo Voice Memo Menu To access the Voice memo,...

  • Page 180: Voice Memo Options Menu

    Voice Memo Options Menu This options menu applies to the Voice Memo screen. Specific tasks may be completed through the Options menu. To display the Options menu, Press MENU (Options Menu) to display the Options menu and select the option number of the desired function.

  • Page 181

    (#) Options Provides a menu of more options. 1. Sorting order 1. Sort memos by date order. 2. Sort memos alphabetically by memo name. 2. Info column Allow a second column to display on a Voice memo list screen to: 1.

  • Page 182: Currency Converter

    Currency Converter The Currency converter function allows you to convert an amount of money in one country’s currency to another country’s currency. To access Currency, Press MENU (Main), 8, and 7 to display the Currency screen. Converting Currency Highlight the From field (currency source to be exchanged) and press the Left or Right navigation key to cycle the currency types and display the preferred currency type.

  • Page 183: Ir Receive

    IR Receive You can receive data (Phonebook, Schedule, ToDo task entries, sound, video, or picture files) from other InfraRed devices or a wireless phone of the same model. To receive data through the IR port, Press MENU (Main), 8, and 8. A message displays, “Receiving Please wait.” After the data has been received, press Softkey 1 (OK).

  • Page 184: Synchronizing

    Synchronizing You must wait for the red diagonal bar on the Intellisync icon to disappear before you initiate synchronization. If you do not wait for the To access Synchronization: red diagonal bar to Press MENU (Main), 8, and 0 to display the Synchronization screen. disappear, your computer may freeze Highlight and select the check boxes of the items preferred for the synchronization.

  • Page 185: Full Synchronization

    Full Synchronization Normally, only modified or new entries are sent to the server. A full synchronization occurs: For the very first synchronization of the phonebook or a PIM application. When the number of changes exceeds the log file size. When the previous synchronization process was canceled. After a “delete all”...

  • Page 187

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

  • Page 188: Synchronizing Phonebook Entries

    “John” as the last name and “Doe” as the first name. Contacts with only a first name display on the NEC 535M wireless phone with a space (masking the comma character) followed by the first name. These entries are not sorted alphabetically and appear at the end of the phonebook list.

  • Page 189: Synchronizing Scheduler

    “Private” or “Non-private” is mapped to “Private.” For example, a “confidential” entry is mapped to private. The NEC 535M wireless phone does not have a “Summary” field. The “Summary” field is treated as description. During synchronization, the Scheduler description from the NEC 535M wireless phone sent to the server sets the “Summary”...

  • Page 190: Synchronizing Todo Task Entries

    Private/Public The following limitations apply to the ToDo tasks synchronization: The NEC 535M 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 NEC 535M wireless phone supports only completed and incomplete status. Any other status except for “Completed”...

  • Page 192: Ir Data Exchange

    IR Data Exchange The NEC 535M wireless phone is equipped with an InfraRed (IR) data port which enables you to exchange phonebook entries, picture files, schedule entries, and ToDo entries between wireless phones or other devices equipped with IR ports.

  • Page 193: Schedule Entry

    Schedule Entry Press MENU (Main Menu), 8 and 3 to display the Scheduler calendar screen. Highlight and select a date. Highlight and select a schedule entry. Press MENU (Options Menu) and 0. The schedule entry is sent through the port to another InfraRed device.

  • Page 194: Accessories

    * These accessories are in the wireless phone package. Look for the NEC Authentic Accessories logo to know if the item has been approved by NEC for use with the NEC 535M. To purchase NEC Authentic Accessories , please contact the NEC customer Care Center at 1-800-637-5917 in the United States.

  • Page 195: Battery

    Vehicle Power Adapter 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 NEC 535M wireless phone into the vehicle power outlet.

  • Page 197: U.s. Fda's Consumer Update

    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 198

    FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that are sold in the United States must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF exposure. FCC relies on FDA and other health agencies for safety questions about wireless phones. FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless phone networks rely upon.

  • Page 199

    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 200

    Phones certified by the Cellular Telecommunications And Internet Association (CTIA) are required to provide SAR information to consumers in the instructional materials that come with the phones. What has the FDA done to audit the radio frequency energy coming from wireless phones? After FCC grants permission for a particular cellular telephone to be marketed, FCC will occasionally conduct “post-grant”...

  • Page 201

    Some groups sponsored by other national governments have advised that children be discouraged from using wireless phones at all. For example, the government in the United Kingdom distributed leaflets containing such a recommendation in December 2000. They noted that no evidence exists that using a wireless phone causes brain tumors or other ill effects. Their recommendation to limit wireless phone use by children was strictly precautionary;...

  • Page 202: 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 535M WIRELESS PHONE 2.

  • Page 203

    6. What is not covered by this warranty? (a) THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT EXTEND TO: (i) Products which have been subjected to misuse, abuse, accident, physical damage, improper installation, negligence in use, abnormal operation or handling, neglect, water or other liquid intrusion, improper temperature, humidity or other environmental condition, including but not limited to, lightening, inundation or fire, or;...

  • Page 204

    (e) THE REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE YOUR SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES FOR BREACH OF WARRANTY. 7. How do you get warranty service? If your Product requires warranty service, it must be returned to a NECAM Distribution Center with shipping paid by You, along with a description of the Product malfunction or difficulty.

  • Page 205: 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 206

    6. WHAT IS NOT COVERED BY THIS WARRANTY? (a) This warranty does not extend to: (i) Products which have been subjected to misuse, abuse, accident, physical damage, improper installation, negligence in use, abnormal operation or handling, neglect, water or other liquid intrusion, improper temperature, humidity or other environmental condition, including but not limited to, lightening, inundation or fire;...

  • Page 207: 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 .

  • Page 208

    Index Call Records Messaging Call Timer Multi-party call Folder List Options Menu Call waiting 2nd LCD Display Forwarding Calls NEC 535 Wireless Phone Caller ID 2nd-LCD Frequency Bands NEC Authorized Accessories 194 Calls Settings NEC Site Camera Accepting a call...

  • Page 209

    Placing a call on hold Voice Tags Positioning the Devices Volume controls Taking a Picture Power Saving Text Entry Warranty and Service Powering-On the Phone Text Entry Options Menu Web browser Text highlight Receiving a Call While in an Web Browser Text Mode Change Application Wireless System Structure...

  • Page 210: Ctia

    CTIA 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. Check the laws and regulations regarding the use of wireless telephones and their accessories in the areas where you drive.

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