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Using This Guide .......... 2
Key Symbols .................. 2
Phone Overview ........... 3
Key Functions .............. 4
Getting Started ............ 8
Charging Battery ............ 8
Attaching Battery ........... 9
Operations ............. 11
Making a Call ............... 11
Answering a Call .......... 12
Unanswered Calls ......... 12
Voice Mail .................... 13
Menu Help ................... 14
Speed Dialing ............... 25
Emergency Calls ........... 25
Sounds On/Off ............. 26
Mute/Unmute .............. 26
Adjusting Volume ........ 26
Pause Feature ............... 27
Menu System ............. 31
Menu Map ................... 32
Entering Text ................ 34
Phonebook ................... 38
View ........................ 38
New Entries ............. 38
Status ...................... 40
Messages ..................... 40
Voice Mail ................ 40
Message Inbox ......... 40
Status ........................... 41
Call Lists ................... 41
Talk Times ................ 41
IP Address ................ 42
Preferences .................. 42
Sounds On/Off ............. 53
Key Guard .................... 53
Systems ........................ 53
Mode ........................... 55
Service .................... 59
Inbox ....................... 62
Contacts .................. 67
Calendar .................. 70
My Web Sites ........... 72
My Favorites ............ 74
Portals ..................... 75
To Do ....................... 76
Tethered Mode .......... 81
Appendix .................... 94
Accessories ................... 94
Glossary ....................... 95
Troubleshooting ........... 97
Index .......................... 99


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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents View ......38 Using This Guide ..2 New Entries ..... 38 Key Symbols ....2 Status ...... 40 Phone Overview ... 3 Messages ..... 40 Key Functions ....4 Voice Mail ....40 Message Inbox ..40 Display Indicators ..
  • Page 2: Using This Guide

    Using This Guide The MobileAccess™ T250 phone combines two separate devices – a wireless voice phone and a wireless data terminal. The voice phone can be used where cellular service is available. It works over 800 MHz digital/analog and 1900 MHz digital networks.
  • Page 3: Phone Overview

    MobileAccess™ T250 Phone Overview Menu key Press to go to main menu for phone and Earpiece data-related services. This is NOT the browser menu. Press and hold to get Graphic display menu help. Telephone numbers, menus, messages, Right etc. are displayed softkey here.
  • Page 4: Key Functions

    Key Functions - Voice Mode Standby Voice Mode Active Voice Mode Left: Call Lists Left: Mute Right: Phonebook Right: Options Press/hold: Turn on Key Guard Press/hold: Turn on Key Guard Press: Switch to Data Mode Not active Press/hold: Power OFF Press: Recall last 10 dialed Press: Dial number displayed/ numbers...
  • Page 5 Key Functions - Data Mode Standby Data Mode Active Data Mode Softkey action Action indicated on softkey displayed above Press: Switch to Voice Mode Press: Switch to Voice Mode Press/hold: Power OFF Press/hold: Power OFF Not active Not active Main menu for phone Main menu for phone services (NOT browser Home services...
  • Page 6: Display Indicators

    Display Indicators – Voice Mode and General The display window can display up to eight lines of characters plus one row of special display indicators or icons. The display window in standby Voice Mode: Special icons that appear in the display: Voice Mode Voice Mail Displays when a PCS voice mail message...
  • Page 7: Data Mode

    Display Indicators – Data Mode An example of the display window for the browser Home Page: Special icons that appear in the display: Data Mode Secure Secure mode Message Alert Data alert received CDPD Registered Packet data network available – registered CDPD Not Packet data network not available –...
  • Page 8: Getting Started

    Getting Started Charging the Battery The battery must be fully charged before using the phone for the first time. If it is a new battery, three complete charge and discharge cycles must be performed to ensure peak operation. 1. Make sure the battery is properly installed on your phone. 2.
  • Page 9: Attaching The Battery

    Attaching the Battery Insert the bottom of the battery into the recess on the back of the phone. Push inward until the locking catch snaps securely into place. Removing the Battery Turn the phone off. Push up the locking catch and remove the battery. Charging Times The following table shows the approximate battery recharging times using the AC Rapid Charging Adapter.
  • Page 10 Battery Use Times Standard Battery Voice Digital Voice Analog CDPD Standby 120 hr Standby 10 hr Standby 120 hr Talk 120 min Talk 70 min Data Mode 7 hr Extended Life and Vibrating Battery Voice Digital Voice Analog CDPD Standby 200 hr Standby 17 hr...
  • Page 11: Basic Phone Operations

    Basic Phone Operations Turning On the Phone Press and hold key. A beep tone sounds. If the phone is locked, -Auto Lock- will display. Enter the 4-digit code and press OK left softkey. ✱ See page 49 for more details on Auto Lock. Standby Display —...
  • Page 12: Answering A Call

    Muting While talking, to mute the microphone, press Mute left softkey. To turn the microphone back on, press Talk left softkey. Conversation Options When talking, press Options right softkey to Send DTMF tones, use the Scratchpad, Store the number, or view your Own Number. See Con- versation mode on page 29 for details.
  • Page 13: Voice Mail

    Voice Mail When you have new voice mail, a tone alerts you. The screen displays and indicates the number of new messages waiting in your voice mailbox. To access your Voice Mailbox, and select 2 Messages, Press and hold or press 1 Voice Mail.
  • Page 14: Text Messages (Sms)

    Text Messages (SMS) Text messages are sent via an SMS (Short Message Service) message center provided by your service provider. When you receive a text message, a tone alerts you. The screen displays and indicates the number of unread messages. You can receive up to 30 text messages with up to 245 characters each.
  • Page 15: Safety Information

    Safety Information EXPOSURE TO RADIO FREQUENCY SIGNALS Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio trans- mitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. In August 1996, the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) adopt- ed RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for hand-held wireless phones.
  • Page 16: Electronic Devices

    EFFICIENT OPERATION: For your phone to operate most efficiently, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is in use. Contact with the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed. DRIVING Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones in the areas where you drive.
  • Page 17: Blasting Areas

    Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy. Vehicles RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles.
  • Page 18: Consumer Update On Mobile Phones

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health Consumer Update on Mobile Phones FDA has been receiving inquiries about the safety of mobile phones, including cellular phones and PCS phones. The following summarizes what is known--and what remains unknown--about whether these products can pose a hazard to health, and what can be done to minimize any potential risk.
  • Page 19 How much evidence is there that hand-held mobile phones might be harmful? Briefly, there is not enough evidence to know for sure, either way; how- ever, research efforts are on-going. The existing scientific evidence is conflicting and many of the studies that have been done to date have suffered from flaws in their research meth- ods.
  • Page 20 FDA is currently working with government, industry, and academic groups to ensure the proper follow-up to these industry-funded research findings. Collaboration with the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) in particular is expected to lead to FDA providing research recommendations and scientific oversight of new CTIA-funded research based on such recommendations.
  • Page 21 called a case-control study. The current case-control study of brain cancers by the National Cancer Institute, as well as the follow-up research to be sponsored by industry, will begin to generate this type of information. What is FDA’s role concerning the safety of mobile phones? Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation-emitting con- sumer products such as mobile phones before marketing, as it does with...
  • Page 22 In the absence of conclusive information about any possible risk, what can concerned individuals do? If there is a risk from these products--and at this point we do not know that there is--it is probably very small. But if people are concerned about avoiding even potential risks, there are simple steps they can take to do so.
  • Page 23: Care And Maintenance

    1. Muscat et al. Epidemiological Study of Cellular Telephone Use and Malignant Brain Tumors. In: State of the Science Sym- posium;1999 June 20; Long Beach, California. 2. Tice et al. Tests of mobile phone signals for activity in genotoxicity and other laboratory assays. In: Annual Meeting of the Environmental Mutagen Society;...
  • Page 24: Voice Mode Features

    Voice Mode Features Dialing Stored Numbers Any number stored in the phone’s memory can be recalled to the display and dialed..from the Phonebook Press the softkey to enter the Phonebook list. Press up or down arrow to scroll to the desired number. Press Send to dial the number.
  • Page 25: Speed Dialing

    Super Speed Dialing You can super speed dial numbers stored in Phonebook Locations 01-09 by pressing only one digit key. (Note: 09 can be super speed dialed only if Emergency Call is not enabled.) Use either of the following two methods. Press and hold the digit key;...
  • Page 26: Sounds On/Off

    Sounds On/Off To silence all incoming ring, alert and key tones, and select 5 Sounds On/Off. The sounds are Press immediately turned On or Off. When all sounds are turned Off, displays. When all sounds are turned On, the icon disappears. To quickly turn off ring of an incoming call, Press up or down arrow key.
  • Page 27: Sending Dtmf Tones

    Shortcut to adjust volume, Press up or down arrow. The Ringer volume adjustment appears. Either press up or down arrow to adjust Ringer, or press Alert right softkey to scroll to Message Alerts, Keypad, and Earpiece volume adjustments. Press OK softkey. Sending DTMF Tones You can send Dual Tone Multi-frequency (DTMF) tones to communicate with computerized systems, such as answering machines, voice mail or banking-...
  • Page 28: Memory Link Feature

    After the call connects, press Send to transmit each DTMF string. Calling Card Calling The MobileAccess™ T250 phone supports up to three Calling Cards, with the access number, phone number and card number sequences used by major Calling Card services.
  • Page 29: Conversation Mode

    Add/Edit/Delete Calling Card Setup You can add, delete and edit Calling Cards in the Calling Cards menu screen. and select 4 Preferences, 2 Call Setup. Press Select 2 Calling Cards. Enter Security Code and press OK softkey. Select desired Calling Card entry. Select Add, Delete, or Edit softkey.
  • Page 30: Own Number

    Store Store the displayed phone number in your Phonebook. Press Options softkey and select 3 Store. Caller’s phone number is displayed. Press softkey. Enter name and press OK softkey. Select desired ring tone and press OK softkey. Press OK softkey and phone will display the assigned Phonebook Location number (01-99).
  • Page 31: Menu System

    Menu System You can access, select and display many functions and features through the easy-to-use menu system via the Menu key and the softkeys. You can also access features and services you have requested from your service provider. Access to the Menus •...
  • Page 32: Menu Map

    Menu Map Menu Item Options 1. Phonebook Personal phone 1. View list stored in 2. New Entry memory 3. View Options 4. Status 2. Messages Voice mail and 1. Voice Mail text messages 2. Msg Inbox Voice: SMS Data: Alerts Information on 3.
  • Page 33 Lock the keypad 6. Key Guard Network service 7. Systems Voice Mode only information 1. Automatic Selection 2. Manual Selection 3. New System Selection 4. Setup Private Systems Data Mode Options 7. Diagnostics Data Mode only Diagnostics for CDPD of your net- 1.
  • Page 34: Entering Text

    Entering Text Text input screens appear in all functions that require the addition or editing of text. These include storing new entries in the Phonebook and setting up speed dialing and credit card calling. Below are the steps for entering, editing and deleting text. An additional, quicker method – ®...
  • Page 35: Symbol Mode

    Symbol Mode In this mode (SYM1 softkey), you can enter a symbol by pressing its number key. After you make your selection, the screen will automatically return to the previous mode. Press More softkey to scroll through the four symbol screens. The four sets of characters available in Symbol Mode are shown below: Sym1 Sym2...
  • Page 36 ® Quick Type Text Input Using T9 Quick Type, you can enter text with just one keystroke per letter. The Quick Type system decodes each keystroke as you type, checking and rechecking each word to assemble the correct one. Although words will change on screen as you type, once you have typed an entire word, it should appear correctly on the screen.
  • Page 37 Punctuation To enter periods and other punctuation marks in Quick Type, press enter a period. If you continue typing, the punctuation symbol will change. For example, type “you.” Then type “re”; Quick Type will change the period (.) to an apostrophe (‘). Otherwise, to change the punctuation mark, press to cycle through other choices.
  • Page 38: Phonebook

    1. Phonebook The Phonebook stores up to 99 entries, consisting of: • Name (up to 32 characters) • Dialing number (up to 32 digits long) • Custom Ring Tones • Memory Location number (01-99) View To access the Phonebook and view the entries, and select 1 Phonebook, 1 View;...
  • Page 39: View Options

    View Options To arrange the order that entries appear in your Phonebook, and select 1 Phonebook, 3 View Options. Press Select By Location, By Name, Location List, or Name List and press OK softkey. The options By Location and By Name display entries one by one with details.
  • Page 40: Status

    Status To see how many empty entries are available, and select 1 Phonebook, 4 Status. Press Press OK softkey to return to the Phonebook menu screen. 2. Messages Your Voice Mail and SMS Text Messages can be accessed in this menu. Voice Mail An audio alert and voice mail icon signal the arrival of a new Voice...
  • Page 41: Status

    To view the message later, Press Skip softkey or End/Back key. The Skip softkey or End/ Back key will remove the alert icon and mute the audio alert. To mute audio alert only, press Clear key. To view the new message immediately, Press View softkey.
  • Page 42: Preferences

    To view Total Call Time since your phone was activated, and select 3 Status, 4 Accumulated Talk Time. Press Total Call Time since your phone was activated displays in hours and minutes. To view your own Phone Number, and select 3 Status, 5 Phone Number. Press Your own Phone Number displays.
  • Page 43 You can also turn off the Ringer: • By selecting 4 Preferences, 3 Volume, then 1 Ringer, and pressing down arrow key until volume reaches zero. • To turn the Ringer on, press up arrow key to desired level. • In standby display by pressing the down arrow key until the volume reaches zero.
  • Page 44: Call Setup

    To disable or enable Immediate Alerts, and select 4 Preferences, 1 Service Alerts. Press Select 6 Immediate Alerts. Select Disable or Enable and press OK softkey to return to the menu. Default setting = Enable To select how many times an Alert sounds, and select 4 Preferences, 1 Service Alerts.
  • Page 45 To set up Calling Card Calling, and select 4 Preferences, 2 Call Setup. Press Select 2 Calling Cards. Enter Security Code. To add a Calling Card, press Setup softkey. The screen will prompt you for a name. Enter name. If desired, ®...
  • Page 46: Data Network

    If your network supports the Voice Privacy feature, your call will be encrypted so that no one can access your call. Your phone always attempts to use privacy mode. If your service provider’s system does not support this feature, or if the phone is on an analog channel, Voice Privacy Off! displays and a warning tone sounds.
  • Page 47: Lcd Contrast

    To select an active IP (Internet Protocol) Address, and select 4 Preferences, 4 Data Network. Press Select 1 Select IP. Enter Security Code and press OK softkey. Select NEI 1 or NEI 2 and press OK softkey. Default setting = NEI 1 To select a Gateway (proxy server), and select 4 Preferences, 4 Data Network.
  • Page 48 Clock Note: The phone will maintain the correct time and date even if powered Off or the battery is removed. To Set Time, and select 4 Preferences, 7 Clock. Press Select 1 Set Time, or press Time softkey in the Set Date screen.
  • Page 49 Advanced To select a Font Size for the phone menu screens, and select 4 Preferences, 8 Advanced. Press Select 1 Font Size. Select Small (6 pt.) or Large (9 pt.) and press OK softkey. Default setting = Large To select a Language, and select 4 Preferences, 8 Advanced.
  • Page 50 When enabled, the Talk Timer will display when a call connects. It displays the duration of a call in hours, minutes, and seconds. To enable/disable the Talk Timer, and select 4 Preferences, 8 Advanced. Press Select 5 Talk Timer. Select Disable or Enable and press OK softkey. Default setting = Disable Security The Security menu allows you to control calling restrictions, change...
  • Page 51 To change the Security Code (for entry into the Security menu), and select 4 Preferences, 9 Security. Press Enter the Security Code and press OK softkey. Select 2 Security Code. Enter the New Code, using 4-8 digits, and press OK softkey. The screen will prompt you to reenter the same code to confirm.
  • Page 52 To clear Call Timers and select 4 Preferences, 9 Security. Press Enter the Security Code and press OK softkey. Select 5 Reset Timers. Press Yes softkey to clear Timers, except for Accumulated Talk Time, and return to previous screen. To clear all Dialed Calls, Received Calls, Missed Calls and Last dialed number, and select 4 Preferences, 9 Security.
  • Page 53: Sounds On/Off

    5. Sounds On/Off (All Sounds) This shortcut method turns on or off all sounds quickly. and select 5 Sounds On/Off or press Press icon will display at the top of the screen. and select 5 Sounds On/Off To turn on all sounds, Press again.
  • Page 54 To select from a list of preset Network Systems, and select 7 Systems. Press Select 2 Manual Selection. Searching... displays. Press Cancel softkey to cancel search. A list of preset public, private, and residential Systems will display. Scroll to desired System and press Select softkey. The phone attempts to register to the selected System.
  • Page 55: Data Mode Features

    Data Mode turns your phone into a wireless data terminal, giving you access to computer systems and Web sites for sending and receiving data commu- nications. The MobileAccess™ T250 phone can access Web sites tailored specifically for viewing on wireless devices. These Web sites use HDML (Handheld Device Markup Language) to present information in text form.
  • Page 56: Data Mode Icons

    Each time you enter Data Mode, the phone will display the name of the data network provider and try to register to the network while this screen is displayed. When the phone registers to the network, appears at the top of the screen.
  • Page 57 7. Diagnostics 1. Device Status 2. Reset Cache 8. Show URL View current URL (your MobileAccess™ T250 Internet address) To view current Device Status, and select 7 Diagnostics. Press Select 1 Device Status to view the following: CDPD Diags Screen 1...
  • Page 58: Making A Voice Call

    RSSI Level Service Provider Identifier (SPI) Forward Block Error Rate Service Provider Network Iden- (FwdBLER) tifier (SPNI) Transmit Power Level Wide Area Service Identifier (Tx Power) (WASI) Power Product System Preference (SysPref) Press End/Back key to return to previous screen. To reset (delete) the Web browser’s cache, which contains the most re- cent Web files you downloaded, and select 7 Diagnostics.
  • Page 59: At&T Pocketnet ® Service

    AT&T PocketNet Service ® Powerful information access for demanding businesses AT&T PocketNet service is available on handsets with a built-in mini browser. Note: AT&T PocketNet service Home Page menus will vary depending on which AT&T PocketNet service subscription you have purchased. Email service and AT&T PocketNet ®...
  • Page 60: Home Page Menu Map

    AT&T PocketNet Service ® ® In Data Mode, your phone will display your AT&T PocketNet Home Page. The appearance of your Home Page will vary depending on the AT&T PocketNet package that you subscribe to. The following pages describe most of the AT&T PocketNet services and how to use them.
  • Page 61 This is the place for 4. My Web Sites 1. Directory great applications, 2. Financial from Sports to 3. Sports Shopping, it’s all 4. Travel here 5. News 6. Weather 7. Entertainment 5. My Favorites Browse the Internet 1. Add Phone Number and save your 2.
  • Page 62: Home Page Menu Items

    Home Page Menu Items Inbox Read, send, and receive electronic messages from your Inbox. To access your Inbox, press in the Home Page screen. If the Inbox contains new messages, press View left softkey to view messages, or Menu right softkey for the following options: 1.
  • Page 63 If you want to move the current email to your Saved folder, Press Menu softkey. Select Save Message and it will automatically move to the Saved folder. If you want to delete the current email message, Press Menu softkey. Select Delete and it will automatically move to the Trash folder.
  • Page 64 Press Next right softkey to enter the email subject. Press Next left softkey to display the text entry screen. Enter message text. Press Next left softkey to Confirm each of the following: To, CC, Subject, Msg. Select Edit left softkey to edit any or all of these options. Press Send right softkey to send the message.
  • Page 65 To view or make changes to the Trash folder, Press Menu softkey. Select Change Folder and press OK softkey. Select Trash. A list of all your deleted emails appears. Scroll up or down to select an email. Press View softkey to view the email. Press Menu softkey to select Undelete Message to move it back to the Inbox or Empty Trash to delete the email.
  • Page 66 To save an address to your Contacts address book, Select desired email. Press Menu softkey. Select Save Address. Some name information and the email address are filled in. To edit the information, scroll to any options: First, Last, Primary Number, Work, Home, Email, Company, Pager, Cell, Fax, Alt., Company Addr., or Home Addr.
  • Page 67: Contacts

    Contacts Look up phone numbers and dial them directly from your Contacts list. To access Contacts, press in the Home Page screen. Eight options allow you to perform a variety of functions in your Contacts address book. Press Menu softkey in the Contacts list screen to access: 4.
  • Page 68: Managing Your Contacts

    To create a Contact entry from an email message, Select Inbox from the Home Page. Select email with the desired email address from the Inbox or Saved folder. Press Menu softkey. Select Save Address and press OK softkey. Press Save right softkey. Press End/Back key to return to Home Page.
  • Page 69 To send a fax, Select a name and press Menu softkey. Select Fax and choose This one, or All. Enter the fax number. Enter the recipient’s name and press OK softkey. Enter a comment, if desired. Press softkey and the fax will be sent.
  • Page 70: Calendar

    To set the first Contacts screen to display either Find by name and Find softkey or your entire Contacts list, Select Menu softkey. Select Settings and press OK softkey. Select Start With Find and press Edit softkey. Select Yes or No and press OK softkey. If No is selected, then whenever you select Contacts, your entire Contact list will display first.
  • Page 71 To view your Calendar entry for a specific day, Press Menu softkey. Select Go to day and press OK softkey. Select day from Yesterday, Today, Each of the next 7 days, or Other and press OK softkey. Press View softkey. To edit a Calendar entry (available only when a Calendar entry is selected), Select the desired Calendar entry and press View softkey.
  • Page 72: My Web Sites

    This is the place for great applications, from Sports to Shopping, it’s all here. The MobileAccess™ T250 phone can access Web sites tailored specifically for viewing on wireless devices. These Web sites use HDML (Handheld Device Markup Language) to present information in text form on wireless devices.
  • Page 73 4. Travel View or make travel arrangements at Web sites such as BizTravel and MapQuest. 5. News See the latest news headlines, or have an alert sent to you when the information you want (stocks, news, etc.) happens. 6. Weather Get your current local temperature and conditions, local forecast for today and the next 5 days, or weather conditions...
  • Page 74: My Favorites

    To search for Web sites using a key word, Select My Web Sites. Press Menu softkey. Select Find Site and press OK softkey. Enter search key words and press OK softkey. For example, enter “weather.” Several links to Web sites will appear. Select the number or scroll to desired Web site and press OK softkey.
  • Page 75: Portals

    To add a name and phone number Favorites item, Press the Menu softkey. Select Add Phone Number and press OK softkey. Enter name and press OK softkey. Enter phone number and press OK softkey. To add a new Web site Favorites item Select desired Web site from within My Web Sites option.
  • Page 76: To Do

    To Do Keep track and check off your To Do list, from phone calls to groceries. Press in the Home Page screen and a list of items appears. To make a call, Select a To Do item and press Call left softkey. The phone dials the number associated with the name listed in the item.
  • Page 77 To enter a name and number to call from your Contacts address book, Select To Do from the Home Page. Select New and press OK softkey. Select Import Call and press OK softkey. Choose from list of Contact names and press OK softkey twice.
  • Page 78: At&T

    To edit a To Do item, Select the desired item and press Menu softkey. Select Edit and press OK softkey. Name screen displays and allows you to edit text. Press OK softkey. Number screen displays and allows you to edit number. Press Save softkey when finished.
  • Page 79 To set up or change your Web account name or password, Select Set Log In. Enter your user name and password. Press OK to set up or change your user name and password. The network will confirm the change. Select Preferences, then Basic in the AT&T menu to view or change your Web account name: Type in your email name.
  • Page 80 To change settings in your Contacts list, Select Preferences, then Organizer. Select Start With Find (Contacts) and press Edit softkey. Select Yes or No and press OK softkey. If No is selected, then whenever you select Contacts, your entire Contact list will display first. To change settings in your Calendar, Select Preferences, then Organizer.
  • Page 81: Tethered Mode

    AT&T. To operate the phone in tethered mode, you must: • Install the MobileAccess™ T250 as a modem on your computer. • Set up dial-up networking. • Connect a cable between the phone and the modem.
  • Page 82 5. Select Other type of modem and click Next. 6. Check Don’t run the Hardware Installation Wizard box, then click Next.
  • Page 83 7. Check Don’t detect my modem; I will select it from a list box, then click Next. 8. At the if you have an installation disk screen, click Have Disk..® Note: Installation software can be downloaded from the FoneSync website;...
  • Page 84 9. Insert the installation disk in the CD ROM drive and click OK. 10. The Model list screen should list only the Mitsubishi CDPD T250 Modem. Click Next.
  • Page 85 11. From the Select the port to use with this modem list, select Communications Port (COM 1), then click Next. Note: If you have an internal modem in your computer, the computer may assign Com2. If you experience any difficulties, please check with your IT department or the computer manufacturer.
  • Page 86 13. The Modems Properties box will list the Mitsubishi CDPD T250 Modem as set up. Click Properties. 14. Click on Maximum speed. Set to 38400, then click OK. 15. To continue, proceed with Set up dial-up networking section.
  • Page 87: Set Up Dial-Up Networking

    Set Up Dial-Up Networking Dial-up networking enables you to connect one computer to another computer and to the network by using a modem. Double-click on My Computer to make sure dial-up networking is set up in your computer. If it is not, you can install dial-up networking with the following steps: 1.
  • Page 88 5. Type the name (T250) for the computer you are dialing and select the Mitsubishi CDPD T250 Modem. Click Next. 6. Type any number in the area code box, then select a country code. Note: with CDPD service, your computer does not dial a telephone...
  • Page 89 7. The screen will indicate you have successfully created a new dial-up networking connection called T250. Click Finish to save it in your Dial- Up Networking folder. 8. Double-click on My Computer. 9. Double-click on Dial-Up Networking icon. 10. Click once on T250 icon, then right-click and select Properties.
  • Page 90 11. The T250 Properties dialog box appears. 12. In the T250 Properties dialog box, select Server Types tab.
  • Page 91 13. Uncheck everything except TCP/IP box. Click TCP/IP Settings button. 14. Select Server assigned IP address. Uncheck Use IP header compression.
  • Page 92 DNS (Domain Name Server) address and, if applicable, the Second- ary DNS address. These addresses should be obtained from your service provider. Click OK button. 16. Click OK button again. Now your computer is set up to use the MobileAccess™ T250 phone as a wireless IP modem.
  • Page 93 Connecting to the Internet with your MobileAccess™ T250 phone To use the phone as a modem, connect the PC cable to both your phone and the RS232 port (DB9 port) on your computer. Click on Dial-Up Networking and the icon for your wireless IP connection.
  • Page 94: Appendix

    CIG-P6 cigarette lighter, other end into phone jack to use and charge phone in your car Miscellaneous Part number Belt Clip w/Button CLP-P7 Data Connector T250 Data Cable AT&T Part number 797553400431 ® FoneSync Accessory Package FoneSync Available from FoneSync...
  • Page 95: Glossary

    Glossary Term Description CDPD Cellular Digital Packet Data. An enhanced system overlay for transmitting and receiving data over cellular networks. Conversation mode When the phone is making or receiving a call. DTMF Dual Tone Multi-frequency Tones. Equipment Identifier for a data device. Gateway A network point that acts as an entrance to another network.
  • Page 96: Copyright Notices

    TDMA Time Division Multiple Access. A digital radio technology that allows many users to employ the same radio frequency channel simultaneously without interference. This reduces the number of base stations needed in a service area and increases the speed and reliability of voice and data transmission over longer ranges.
  • Page 97: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Problem Possible cause and solution Phone does not turn • If the phone is new, see “Charging the Battery” on page 8. Otherwise, recharge or replace the battery. If this does not solve the problem, contact your service provider. Phone turns on but •...
  • Page 98 Display Messages Message Description -Auto Lock- • When the phone is turned on, it may require an access code for security. Enter the preset 4-digit Unlock Code. Battery Full • Battery has finished charging. Charging • The phone is charging normally while powered off. Since the phone is off, you cannot make or receive calls.
  • Page 99: Index

    Index Consumer Update on Mobile Phones ......18 Accessories ......94 Contacts ......67 Accumulated Talk Time ..42 Conversation Mode .... 29 Adjusting Volume ..26, 46 Conversation Options ..12 Advanced ......49 Copyright Notices ....96 Alert Mode ....26, 43 Alpha Mode ......
  • Page 100 Modem Installation Procedure ......81 Help, Menu ....14, 31 Muting ......12, 26 Home Page Menu Items ..62 My Favorites ......74 Home Page Menu Map ..61 My Web Sites ...... 72 Network Systems ....53 Icons (Indicators) ....6, 7 Numeric Mode ....
  • Page 101 Security Code ..... 51 Voice Mode Icons ....6 Send Caller ID ..... 46 Voice Network ....47 Send DTMF ....27, 29 Volume Adjustment ..26, 46 Service Alerts ....26, 42 Set Up Dial-Up Networking Setting Up a Voice Mailbox Show URL ......

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