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This guide describes the operation of the Trium dual band GSM/GPRS telephone Sirius
Edition 1, 2001.
© Mitsubishi Electric Telecom Europe, 2001
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the instructions contained
in this guide, Mitsubishi Electric reserves the right to make improvements and changes
to the product described in this guide and/or to the guide itself, without prior notice.

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  • Page 1 Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the instructions contained in this guide, Mitsubishi Electric reserves the right to make improvements and changes to the product described in this guide and/or to the guide itself, without prior notice.
  • Page 2 Infrared port Network Serv. Open Close •Applications Internet •Services Home page •Information Bookmarks Other site Phone Book Profile list •Recall Settings •Store GPRS access points •Voice dialling Preferred bearer •Remaining •Own numbers Games •Fixed dialling Reshape •Phone book tones Push Options Messages •Inbox...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents 1. Network services ......4 4. Calls & Times ........21 SIM application tool kit ......4 Calls log ..........21 SDN numbers stored in the SIM ....4 Call times ..........22 Information numbers ......4 5.
  • Page 4: Network Services

    Network services Your network operator may provide value added services and contact phone num- bers. These services and phone numbers will be stored in your SIM and if available will modify the menu of the phone to be included under the item Network Serv. at the beginning of the menu (contact your service provider for details).
  • Page 5: Phone Book

    Phone Book The phone and the SIM have areas of memory used for storing data (names, tele- phone numbers...) known as the phonebook. The phone has the capacity to store up to 250 "extended" cards (called "phone phonebook cards"). These cards may contain the following information: family name, first name, icon, home phone number, work phone number, cellular phone number, fax phone number, voice dialling, address and e-mail.
  • Page 6 Select Store Select Phone names A list will be displayed. You have to select the item correspond- ing to the number you entered: home, work, cellular or fax. The following fields will be displayed: Field Purpose Family name Family name of the card owner First name First name of the card owner Enter the requested data.
  • Page 7 You will then be asked if you want to enter the address. Should you select Yes the following fields will be displayed: Field Purpose Nr, Street Street P-O Box Post office box Postal code Postal code Locality Locality name State State (or province) Country Country...
  • Page 8 SIM phonebook • Directly from the standby display, Enter the number. Press Store Select SIM names • Using the menu, . Select Phone Book. Press Select Store Select SIM names Enter (or confirm) the number and press OK Enter the name (if required) and press OK You will then be asked to create a voice pattern (for further details, see section Calling phone numbers with your voice, page 12):...
  • Page 9: Free Space In The Phonebooks

    SIM or phone's memory is full a warning message will be displayed when selecting the phonebook. Free space in the phonebooks To see how many empty phonebook spaces remain in the SIM or the phone, . Select Phone Book. Press Select Remaining and use to display the remaining memories in the phone or SIM...
  • Page 10: Own Number Display

    Pressing will scroll through the phonebook. To go directly to an- other entry press the corresponding alphabet key. For example to go di- rectly to entries starting with 'N' press twice. Pressing Options will display the following menu choices: Item Function Edit Edits the name and number entry...
  • Page 11: Fixed Dialling Numbers (fdn)

    Press Exit to return to the standby display. Fixed dialling numbers (FDN) Fixed dialling is a feature that restricts outgoing calls to 'fixed' numbers or 'prefixes' contained in SIMs that support this feature. When turned on, dialling numbers not in the FDN list will not be allowed. The maximum number of FDN numbers that can be stored is dependent upon the capacity of the SIM.
  • Page 12: Giving Your Phone Book Different Ring Tones

    Giving your Phone Book different ring tones To help you to identify incoming calls you can give your two Phone Books different ring tones, . Select Phone Book. Press Select Phone book tones. Select either Phone names or SIM names. A list of different ring tone names will appear.
  • Page 13 Press Exit to return to the standby display. If the second or a third voice pattern does not match the first one Failed will appear in the display. If so, start the whole voice pattern creation all over again. To view the voice dialling phone numbers list, .
  • Page 14: Messages

    Messages The SMS message service enables you to send or receive short text messages of up to 160 characters to or from other mobile phones provided with the same capabil- ity. The messages are not sent directly to the other mobile phone but go via a mes- sage centre provided by your network operator.
  • Page 15: Managing Received And Stored Sms Messages

    Managing received and stored SMS messages After reading the SMS message press Options for the following menu: Item Function Read text Displays the remainder of the text Delete Deletes the message Reply Replies to the sender of the message Reply Replies to the sender of the message with the (+ text) initial text...
  • Page 16: Creating A Draft Text

    Select Settings. Select Message centre. If a number already appears it means that it was taken directly from the information stored in your SIM. If empty enter the number manu- ally (in international format) or from a stored memory. Press Exit to return to the standby display.
  • Page 17: Editing A Draft Text

    Press Exit to return to the standby display. Editing a draft text . Select Messages. Press Select Draft texts. Select the draft text to wish to modify and press Edit Edit the text and press OK Press Exit to return to the standby display. Sending a new SMS message to one addressee .
  • Page 18: Storing A New Sms Message

    press OK Select Multicast. Choose a message template. Enter up to 5 destination numbers or select Names choose up to 5 numbers in the phonebook. to validate your choice. Press OK Press Sent confirmation will be given. Select whether to store or send the same message again. Press Exit to return to the standby display.
  • Page 19: Status Request On Outbox Messages

    Press Options to read, delete, send (or re-send) to one addressee, edit a sent message and send (or re-send) to several addressees. Follow the instructions displayed on the screen. Status request on outbox messages If the status is requested on a delivered message the date and time of de- livery may be shown.
  • Page 20: Storage Consumption

    given a name for easy identification and can be selected and used when- ever required. To create a message template, Press . Select Messages. Select Settings. Select Msg templates. Choose any blank template ([...]). The display will prompt you to enter the template Name, Msg Centre number, Validity period and Format.
  • Page 21: Calls & Times

    Calls & Times Details of the incoming and outgoing calls as well as the time duration of the last and accumulated total of all calls made are stored by the phone under the Calls & Times menu. Calls log This feature stores details (identity, time and date and call duration) of the last 10 numbers dialled, the last 10 received unanswered calls and the last 10 received calls.
  • Page 22: Call Times

    to select the required option and follow the display prompts. Press Exit to return to the standby display. In the standby display 'One Touch' access for the 10 last dialled calls is available by pressing Call times The duration time of the last call, total accumulated time of all calls and total time for Line 1 and Line 2 are stored.
  • Page 23 Press Exit to return to the standby display. If Line 2 is subscribed too 'All Calls' for Line 1 and Line 2 will be displayed separately. Balance information (subscription service only) This is a subscription service provided by some networks and enables you to ask for your remaining airtime balance.
  • Page 24 Press OK to validate the entry. Press Exit to return to the standby display. Call timer - reset This feature enables you to reset all the call timers. You will need the 4 digit lock code to operate this feature. .
  • Page 25 Select Currency. The present currency settings will be dis- played. Press Edit . Enter the PIN 2 code and press OK Enter the abbreviated letters of the currency. Press OK validate. Enter the cost per unit in the selected currency. Press OK to validate.
  • Page 26 Select Credit Limit. The display will show the present credit limit setting. Press Edit . Enter the PIN 2 code and press OK Enter the credit limit (use to enter a decimal point). Press to validate. Press Exit to return to the standby display. When a credit limit is entered the selection from the 'Credit Limit' display will be Edit or Set No Limit.
  • Page 27 Press Exit to return to the standby display. Alternate line service - selecting line 2 (subscription service) Some GSM 1800 operators support the use of a second line which can be made available to existing users. This is normally a subscription service and allows, for example, the separation of incoming and out- going calls for business or private use.
  • Page 28: Settings

    Settings Phone settings Keypad lock When keypad lock is turned on it prevents accidental operation of the keys and access into the menus. The key tones are also silenced. Keypad lock is suspended during incoming calls and resumed when the call is terminated. Emergency calls can still be made. If a key is pressed the display will give a reminder that keypad lock is on.
  • Page 29 Alert mode To avoid disturbing others you can turn off the audible incoming ring tone as well as all alert and alarm tones. If either of the 'Vibrate' or 'Vibrate then ring' options are chosen all the alert and alarm tones are replaced by the vibrating action.
  • Page 30 dependent) calls as well as the Alarm different ring tones. to highlight the required call type and press select it. to listen to the different ring tones. Press select the current tone. Press Exit to return to the standby display. Volume adjustments The volume levels of the ring tone, key tones, alarm tones (alarm clock and low battery alarm) and the incoming audio can all be individually...
  • Page 31 If the ring tone volume level is set to Off the warning icon will appear in the display. Ramping Ramping is a feature that when turned on will cause the incoming ring tone to gradually increase to the maximum volume level if the call is not answered after the first ring.
  • Page 32: Any Key Answer

    Display contrast The contrast of the display can be adjusted to suit the surrounding light conditions. To modify the display contrast, Press . Select Settings. Select Phone settings. Select Display. Select Contrast. Adjust the contrast using Press OK to validate the setting. Press Exit to return to the standby display.
  • Page 33: Speed Dialling

    Select Any key answer. Select On or Off. Press Exit to return to the standby display. Softkeys - programming the softkeys (operator dependent) The function of the softkeys can be changed to suit the user. The op- tions available are shown in the menu during selection. To program a softkey, .
  • Page 34: Auto Answer

    to scroll to the next key. Select Names to choose the phonebook entry and press to validate your choice. Press Exit to return to the standby display. If a number which has been assigned to a speed dial key is deleted from the phonebook the cor- responding number is automatically deleted from the speed dial key.
  • Page 35: Active Flip

    When activated, Auto-retry and a countdown timer to the next call attempt will appear in the display. An auto-retry warning tone will sound each time a new call attempt is made. If the automatic redialling is successful proceed with the call as nor- mal.
  • Page 36: Pin Code

    Phone lock code A phone lock code is supplied with the phone for security purposes. It prevents unauthorised access to the phone and to the WAP™ settings. The factory setting is 0000. We suggest that you reset this code and keep it in a safe place, separate from the phone.
  • Page 37: Pin2 Code

    times in succession your SIM card will be blocked and you will need the 8 digit PUK code from your service provider (see page 38). To turn on and off the PIN, . Select Settings. Press Select Phone settings. Select Security. If already off, PIN enable will be shown.
  • Page 38: Puk Code

    Select PIN2 change and follow the display prompts. Press OK to validate your new PIN2 code. Press Exit to return to the standby display. PUK code The PUK (PIN unblock key) is an 8 digit code supplied by your service provider.
  • Page 39 Summary of code/password entry chart Number of If blocked or Password Length tries allowed forgotten Return phone to Unlock code 4 digits Unlimited manufacturer Unblocked by use 3 tries digits of PUK code Unblocked by use PIN2 3 tries digits of PUK2 Contact your 8 digits...
  • Page 40: Voice Mail

    battery attached. After this 3 hour period you may need to reset the clock when you again switch on the phone. Default (factory) settings Use the menu to return the phone settings back to the fac- Settings tory settings. This has no effect on the phonebook entries or phone lock code.
  • Page 41 Storing a voice mail centre number If your SIM does not automatically include the voice mail centre number it will have to be manually stored: Press . Select Settings. Select Voice Mail. Select Number. When prompted enter the number manually or from a stored memory.
  • Page 42: Gsm Services

    Select Call. Dialling will proceed as for a normal call. If a voice mail number has not been stored when Call is selected you will be asked to enter the voice mail number. Proceed as described in Storing a voice mail centre number, page 41. GSM services Diverting incoming calls (network service) Call diverting is a service which diverts incoming calls, whether voice,...
  • Page 43 Select Activate. to choose between Voice Mail, Names or Number. Press Select to validate your selection. The display will confirm your request. Press Exit to return to the standby display. 1. If the 'On no reply' option is selected you will be requested to enter a delay period of 5, 15 or 30 seconds.
  • Page 44 Caller Line Identity - showing/hiding your mobile number (network dependent) Most networks allow the Caller Line Identity feature (CLI) i.e. the fea- ture which shows the incoming number (ID) while receiving a call. Se- lecting will allow you to check the availability of Receiving caller ID such a feature.
  • Page 45 Press Exit to return to the standby display. Hiding or showing your number Press . Select Settings. Select GSM Services. Select Sending my ID. Select My settings. Select Hide my ID or Show my ID. Press Exit to return to the standby display. Finding out your current ID setting Press .
  • Page 46 Select Standard. Press Exit to return to the standby display. • Modem mode In this mode the mobile has the behaviour of a class C mobile: it tries to attach to GPRS networks only (and not to GSM networks). It can only receive packets data calls and voice calls are barred. This behaviour is the same whatever are the network capabilities.
  • Page 47 Select GSM Services. Select Network. Select Preferred list. A list of networks will be displayed. to view the list. Press Options to change it. The following items are dis- played: Option Description Modify by Displays the general list of all known networks list contained in the phone in alphabetical order Modify by...
  • Page 48 Select Search. Select Manual. A confirmation screen and Scanning for net- works... will be displayed. to select a network from the list shown. Press to confirm the selection. Requesting... followed by the name of the network will be shown after which the phone will return to the standby display. You cannot delete a network from the forbidden list.
  • Page 49 Select Outgoing calls or Incoming calls. Choose from the fol- lowing: Select Meaning Outgoing - All outgoing All outgoing calls will be barred - Int'nal calls All outgoing international calls only will be barred - Int'nal excl. All outgoing international calls home except to other subscribers with- in the users home network...
  • Page 50: Broadcast - Cell Broadcast (cb) Messages

    Select Change password. The old password will be requested followed by two requests to enter the new password. Confirmation will be displayed. Press Exit to return to the standby display. Broadcast - cell broadcast (CB) messages These are messages broadcast by the networks to all GSM users and may provide general information about local area dialling codes, weather reports and traffic news etc.
  • Page 51: Reading Broadcast Messages

    Press Exit to return to the standby display. To turn on or off the broadcast service . Select Settings. Press Select Broadcast. Select On/Off. Select On or Off. Press Exit to return to the standby display. Reading broadcast messages Broadcast messages are shown in the standby display only and are suppressed during conversation or menu operation.
  • Page 52 To turn on or off the alert tone If required an alert tone can be turned on to 'beep' every time a new or updated broadcast message is received. . Select Settings. Press Select Broadcast. Select Alert. Select On or Off. Press Exit to return to the standby display.
  • Page 53: Office Tools

    Office Tools The Office Tools menu contains a scratchpad, a currency-converter, an alarm clock and an auto-switch feature. Scratchpad Up to 10 separate entries of 16 characters can be stored in the scratchpad. . Select Office Tools. Press Select Scratchpad. Select Read.
  • Page 54: Alarm Clock

    Enter the first currency name (e.g. Dollar). Press OK Enter the second currency name (e.g. Yen). Press OK Enter the exchange rate using to enter a comma. Press OK to validate the entry. Press Exit to return to the standby display. If you wish to use your Currency-converter as a Euro converter for participating currencies to the European Monetary Union ("Euroland currencies"), please enter the complete Euro exchange rate with six significant figures.
  • Page 55 Select On and enter the alarm time (in 24 hour format) or press to accept the displayed time. Confirmation will be displayed. Press Exit to return to the standby display. will be displayed on top of the display. When 'on' the alarm will operate at the same time every day until turned off. When the alarm time is reached an audible alert sounds for up to 1 minute and the LED will flash red.
  • Page 56 either turn off, or, if 'on' at the time of the alarm, will revert back to the normal standby display. 1. Until acknowledged the alarm will ring for 1 minute. Pressing any key (other than the Valid softkey) will stop the alarm sounding but not switch off the alarm, it will be repeated 3 minutes later.
  • Page 57: Auto Switch On/off

    Auto Switch On/Off This feature enables the user to automatically program the phone to switch On or Off at pre-determined times. To set a Switch On or Off time, . Select Office Tools. Press Select Auto-switch. Select Auto-switch-off or Auto-switch-on. Select On or Off.
  • Page 58: Diary

    Diary This feature enables you to store up to 20 timed diary events to occur either once, daily or weekly. Entries can be of up to 28 characters of text in length, with or without a reminder alarm, set for the entry time or 15, 30 or 60 minutes before the time.
  • Page 59: Using The Calendar

    To view diary entries . Select Diary. Press Select View events. Entries will be shown in time and date order and include the time of the entry, whether an alarm has been set, the first part of the text and the number of the entry (maximum 20). To read the complete text entry press Options and select Read text.
  • Page 60 . Select Diary. Press Select Calendar. The current calendar week will be shown. Current day Week number Diary entry The current date will be highlighted. If any events have been scheduled for that week they will be shown in the display as .
  • Page 61: Calculator

    Calculator This feature enables you to make simple calculations using +(plus), - (minus), *(multiplication), /(division) and % (percentage) functions. To use the calculator . Select Calculator. Press ) and 0 will be shown in the display. The The calculator icon ( phone is now ready to make simple calculations.
  • Page 62: Games

    Games The availability and appearance of the games described hereafter are dependent upon the services provided by your network operator. There are two games in the phone, Reshape and Push. The instructions to play each game is shown when the game selection is made. The Options item in the menu enables you to select the sound effects - music, elec- tronic sound effects or no sound.
  • Page 63: Your Sirius And Gprs

    Your Sirius and GPRS Important precisions GPRS services will not initially be available throughout the whole country. Get in- formation from your operator to know if these services are available in your part of the country. Certain subscriptions do not allow the use of GPRS services. Your operator will tell you if you can use these services within your subscription.
  • Page 64 PC application using the IRASTRIUM software. After that, you must associate these access points to the specific GPRS oriented remote accesses defined on the PC by the IRASTRIUM software (The IRASTRIUM software can be found on the CD-ROM accompanying your Sirius). Defined access points for use under WAP™...
  • Page 65: Internet

    Internet The Sirius has an WAP™ browser allowing you access to services, such as News, Sports, Weather, TV Listings etc, supplied by your operator and/or by your internet provider via the internet. The types of services offered will be dependent upon the internet pro- vider of that service or your network operator.
  • Page 66: Storing/editing The Connection Settings (obtainable From Your Network Operator)

    Enter the Login name for this access point and press OK Enter the Login password for this access point (each character will turn into a star (*) after a short while) and press OK Confirmation of your entry will be briefly displayed. Press Exit to return to the standby display.
  • Page 67 Select the connection mode (Circuits, Packets or Circuits + packets) and press Select • If you chose Circuits Enter the Phone number and press OK Select the connection type (Numeric or Analog) and press Select Select the speed (9600 or 14400) - if required - and press Select Enter the Login name and press OK Enter the Login password.
  • Page 68: Selecting A Preferred Bearer

    Validate the Secure port and press OK Enter the Home page address and press OK Select the security setting (On or Off) and press Select To activate the required profile, use to select it from the displayed list. Press to validate. Press Exit to return to the standby display.
  • Page 69: Personalising Your Connection Settings

    Personalising your connection settings The following user settings are available enabling you to optimise the be- haviour of your phone whilst connected to the internet. . Select Internet. Press Select Settings. Scroll to the following items and turn on or off as required: Option Action During a live Internet session some of the infor-...
  • Page 70 Going online and onto the Net To gain access to the online services offered by your network operator, . Select Internet. Press Select Home page. Connecting to followed by your proxy name will be displayed whilst access is taking place followed by the word Loading... (of the home page).
  • Page 71: Ending The Online Connection

    Use of whilst online In the absence of Options whilst online pressing during a live con- nection will present an options menu as follows: Item Action Back Returns to the previous page or card Zoom +/- Increases or decreases the displayed text size Adds a current card or page to the list of bookmark * bookmarks...
  • Page 72: Using Bookmarks

    which then provide direct access links into the internet. They can only be used if available on the current connection settings of your network oper- ator and/or internet provider. There are two ways to add up to 10 bookmarks: • Directly from the standby display, Press .
  • Page 73 You can also access the Internet menu directly by pressing the Internet softkey from the standby display (provided you haven't personalised the left softkey). • whilst you are browsing the internet: Press to display the options menu. Select Go to bookmarks. Select the bookmark name you require.
  • Page 74: Infrared Port

    Infrared port The infrared port allows you to make data exchanges between your mobile and other devices (provided they have an infrared port). To initiate a transfer via the infrared port, your mobile must be placed facing an- other infrared port before port opening starts. Then the two ports can be opened and synchronised.
  • Page 75: Closing The Infrared Port

    Closing the infrared port Closing the infrared port closes all infrared sessions (OBEX and IrCOMM sessions). To close the infrared port, Press . Select Infrared port. Select Close. Confirmation will be displayed. Transfering a phonebook card via the infrared port You can transfer phonebook cards via the infrared port: Place your mobile opposite the other device infrared port.
  • Page 76: Appendix

    Appendix Glossary Expression Meaning AC/DC charger Alternating Current/Direct Current charger Active call The call currently in conversation Alternate Line (Line 2) Service Advise of Charge - subscription service Cell Broadcast Cigarette Lighter Adaptor Caller Line Identity - displays callers telephone number Conversation When the phone is making or receiving a call mode...
  • Page 77 Light Emitting Diode Man machine Interface PIN/PIN2 Personal Identification Number. Supplied by your net- work/service provider Point to Point Protocol PUK/PUK2 PIN Unblocking Key. Used to unlock PIN and PIN2. Sup- plied by your network/service provider Roaming (Rm) The ability to use your telephone on networks other than your home network at home or abroad.
  • Page 78: Trouble Shooting

    Trouble shooting Problem Possible cause and solution Phone will not Check that the battery is fully charged and correctly switch on connected to the phone. Charging LED not There may be no mains supply. Check mains supply. lit red and no The AC/DC charger may be faulty.
  • Page 79: Error Messages

    Phone switches on Display contrast is turned down too low. Reset contrast but there is no dis- (see page 32). play Battery icon Indicates a charging or battery problem. Turn off and not flashing 1-2-3 disconnect the charger. Reconnect and try again. during charging If the problem remains contact your dealer.
  • Page 80 Cancelled. No Cell broadcast activation has been requested but no type selected message type has been selected. Cannot execute You have made a request which is impossible to be ex- command ecuted in the current call situation. Can't display The short message text cannot be displayed (characters message not recognised, incorrect format etc...) Check SIM!
  • Page 81 Keypad locked A press on any key is made with keypad locked. Volume down to unlock Low battery! This text is displayed when the battery becomes too low and the mobile will soon be switched off automatically. Network busy You tried to make a call. The call is rejected by the net- work due to congestion problems.
  • Page 82 Reaching al- The cost limit is about to be reached. The connected call lowed credit! will end automatically when the limit is reached. Ring volume Off The ring volume is set to 0 (no volume). Service not Activating some GSM services that are not available on available the network SIM blocked.
  • Page 83: Guarantee

    Guarantee Pan European Service If you require service, then in the first instance, you should contact your suppli- Should you experience any difficulty then please contact your nearest MITSUBI- SHI location listed below for information on other service centers. UNITED KINGDOM ESPAÑA BELGIUM Tel: (0800) 912 00 20...
  • Page 84 of guarantee claim eligibility shall be made by MITSUBISHI. MITSUBISHI shall not be liable for shipment costs to and from an authorised GSM MITSUBISHI service centre ; the product travels at your risk. 4.This guarantee does not cover: a)battery defects of any nature; b)non-compliance with directions for use;...
  • Page 85: Declaration Of Compliance

    DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE Name : Mitsubishi Electric Telecom Europe S.A. RCS Nanterre B 307 593 129 Address : 25, boulevard des Bouvets Town : Nanterre Cedex Postal code : 92741 Identification of the product Nature : Mobile Cell Telephone Type...
  • Page 86 Index Call costs ..........24, 25, 26 Access points ............65 Call timers ........... 22, 23, 24 Alarm Calls log ............21 Clock ............... 54 Costs ............... 24 Reminder ............55 Line selection ..........27 Alert mode .............. 29 Calls Log ..............21 Alert tone CB ................
  • Page 87 GPRS access points ..........65, 67 Messages ..............14 GSM Services ............42 Alert ..............15 Call barring ..........48, 49 Broadcast ............50 Call diverting ..........42, 43 Draft texts ..........16, 17 Mode of operation ........45, 46 Inbox ..............
  • Page 88 Viewing numbers ..........9 Voice Mail ............41 Voice dialling ..........12, 13 Show costs .............. 26 Silent ............... 29 Phone lock ............... 36 Code ..............36 Application tool kit ........... 4 Phone number ............67 SMS ................ 14 Phone settings ............28 SMS messages Phonebook ..............

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