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Silvercrest SH-100
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Preliminary notes

Thank you for buying our Silvercrest SH-100 mobile phone. This
mobile phone features extra-large keys, an integrated torch and a
One Key Help function (SOS button).
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  • Page 1: Preliminary Notes

    Silvercrest SH-100 Preliminary notes Thank you for buying our Silvercrest SH-100 mobile phone. This mobile phone features extra-large keys, an integrated torch and a One Key Help function (SOS button).
  • Page 2: Using This Guide

    Silvercrest SH-100 Using this guide In order for you to use this device and all its features to their full advantage, we recommend that you read the instructions in this guide before using it for the first time, even if you are familiar with handling electronic devices.
  • Page 3: Copyright

    Silvercrest SH-100 Copyright The contents of this guide may not be reproduced, copied or otherwise duplicated in electronic, mechanical, magnetic, optical, chemical, manual, or any other form without the permission of our company, nor may it be stored in a search engine or translated into another language.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Silvercrest SH-100 Contents 1  Preliminary notes ................1  2  Using this guide ................2  3  Copyright ..................3  4  Manufacturer's information ............3  5  Contents ..................4  6  Important safety information ............11    Recommendations for safe use of the product (mobile telephone, battery,    charger and other accessories) ................. 12     Children  ...................... 15  ...
  • Page 5 Silvercrest SH-100     Medical equipment  .................. 20     Driving a car  ..................... 21     Emergency calls .................... 22     Efficient use ..................... 23     6.10 Radio frequency emissions and SAR value .......... 23     6.11 Disposal of used electrical equipment/packaging ........ 26     6.12 Battery disposal .................. 28     6.13 Volume warning  .................. 29     6.14 Potentially explosive atmospheres  .............. 29 7 ...
  • Page 6 Silvercrest SH-100     10.1 Your phone  .................... 35     10.2 Keys and functions .................. 36     10.3 Screen icons .................... 43 11  Getting started ................45      11.1 SIM card and battery .................. 45     11.2 Headset (earphones with microphone)  ............ 51 12  Taking out of operation/dismantling ......... 53  13  Basic functions ................54 ...
  • Page 7 Silvercrest SH-100     14.1 Entering the favourite number  .............. 58     14.2 Entering the SOS number ................ 59     14.3 Setting the alarm .................. 59 15  Shortcut / side keys ..............61      15.1 Torch ...................... 61     15.2 The favourite number shortcut key  ............. 61     15.3 SOS button (One Key Help)  ................ 64  ...
  • Page 8 Silvercrest SH-100     17.3 Outbox ...................... 82     17.4 Delete all SMS ..................... 84     17.5 Use Template .................... 86     17.6 Voice Mail Server .................. 86     17.7 Broadcast Message  .................. 87     17.8 Message Settings .................. 90     17.9 Services ....................... 94 18  Call History .................. 96      18.1 Missed Calls .................... 96...
  • Page 9 Silvercrest SH-100     18.5 Call Time .................... 102 19  Alarm ..................103  20  User Profiles ................106      20.1 Activation  .................... 107     20.2 Customize  .................... 107 21  Settings ..................111      21.1 Time  and Date  .................. 111     21.2 One Key Help ...
  • Page 10 Silvercrest SH-100     21.7 Restore Factory Settings ................ 139 22  Appendix ..................141      22.1 Technical Data .................. 141 23  Careand Maintenance ............... 144  24  Troubleshooting ................ 146  25  Abbreviationsand explanations ..........151  26  Warranty information ..............152  27  Index ................... 154 ...
  • Page 11: Important Safety Information

    Silvercrest SH-100 Important safety information Please read and strictly observe the following safety instructions! Non-compliance with these instructions can result in injury or damage to equipment. Read this information carefully before using your mobile phone. These guidelines are provided for your safety. They must always be carefully observed.
  • Page 12: Recommendations For Safe Use Of The Product (Mobile Telephone, Battery, Charger And Other Accessories)

    Silvercrest SH-100 6.1 Recommendations for safe use of the product (mobile telephone, battery, charger and other accessories)  Treat the device with care and keep it in a clean and dust-free place.  Warning: Risk of explosion in open fire.
  • Page 13 Silvercrest SH-100 it. The device may only be serviced by authorised JNC technicians.  Never use the device near medical equipment without the prior consent of the doctor responsible or an authorised medical assistant.  Never use the device in the vicinity of planes or in areas in which you are requested to switch off radio transmitters.
  • Page 14 Silvercrest SH-100  Do not use or store the phone in a dusty or dirty environment, as the moving parts and electronic components could then become damaged.  Do not use or store the phone at extremely high temperatures. High temperatures shorten the service life of the phone, damage the battery and can deform or melt the plastics used for its manufacture.
  • Page 15: Children

    Silvercrest SH-100 6.2 Children  NEVER leave the phone within reach of children.  NEVER let children play with the mobile phone or its accessories. They could accidentally injure themselves or others or damage the mobile phone or its accessories. The mobile phone and its accessories can contain small parts which can become detached and swallowed, resulting in suffocation.
  • Page 16: Power Supply (Charger)

     If the connector does not fit into the socket, have a suitable socket installed by an electrician.  Only use Silvercrest chargers which were designed for this mobile phone. Other chargers may not comply with the same safety standards or power rating.
  • Page 17: Battery

    The battery should be charged at temperatures between +5° C (+41° F) and +45° C (+113° F).  Only use Silvercrest batteries which were designed for this mobile phone. The use of other batteries and chargers can be dangerous. The talk and standby times depend on various...
  • Page 18 Silvercrest SH-100  Switch your mobile phone off before you replace the battery.  Never put the battery in your mouth. The electrolytes in the battery are toxic when swallowed.  Ensure that the metal contacts on the battery do not touch other metal objects.
  • Page 19 Silvercrest SH-100  If left unused, a fully charged battery will lose its charge with time.  Do not leave a fully charged battery connected to a charger or the mains, as overcharging can damage the battery.  Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car in summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery.
  • Page 20: Torch

    Silvercrest SH-100  Never dispose of batteries in a fire. Note: Only use the battery for its intended purpose. 6.5 Torch The integrated torch is a laser device of laser class 1. Never shine the light directly into the eyes.
  • Page 21: Driving A Car

    Silvercrest SH-100 if a minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) is kept between the phone and the pacemaker. If you have reason to assume that there is any interference, switch your phone off immediately. If necessary, ask your cardiologist for advice. Information on other medical devices can be obtained from the respective manufacturer or your doctor.
  • Page 22: Emergency Calls

    Silvercrest SH-100 6.8 Emergency calls Mobile phones operate with radio signals. Under certain conditions reception is either bad or not possible (depending on the area and mobile communication networks). Making an emergency call may then be impossible! Observe the signal strength indicator on your screen. For this reason you should never rely solely on a mobile phone for very important calls such as a medical emergency.
  • Page 23: Efficient Use

    Silvercrest SH-100 6.9 Efficient use Hold the mobile phone as you would a normal telephone. Do not cover the upper side of the phone during use, as this could interfere with the connection quality, increase the power consumption and therefore result in a shorter talk and standby time.
  • Page 24 Silvercrest SH-100 Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.) on the basis of regular and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. These guidelines state the limits for exposure to radio frequency. The limit values include a safety margin designed to ensure the safety of all persons regardless of age and health and to take measurement variations into account.
  • Page 25 15 mm (0.6 inches) between the device and the body without metal components in the immediate vicinity, or with original Silvercrest accessories for use next to the body. The use of other accessories may result in non-...
  • Page 26: Disposal Of Used Electrical Equipment/Packaging

    Silvercrest SH-100 frequency. 6.11 Disposal of used electrical equipment/packaging The symbol (crossed-out bin on the device and packaging) means that it is not permitted to dispose of the electrical equipment and its packaging (with packaging contents) in household waste.  It must be taken to a separate collection point for electrical equipment from where it can be recycled.
  • Page 27 Silvercrest SH-100 resources. Detailed information on recycling of this product can be obtained from your local authority, waste disposal company or the dealer where the product was purchased.
  • Page 28: Battery Disposal

    Silvercrest SH-100 6.12 Battery disposal Always observe the regional regulations for the disposal of rechargeable batteries or contact your local authority for information.  The battery should never be disposed of as household waste. When possible use a battery disposal collection point.
  • Page 29: Volume Warning

    6.13 Volume warning When using accessories of other manufacturers, take care to select a volume level which does not damage your hearing. Silvercrest does not test any audio accessories of other manufacturers with this mobile phone. 6.14 Potentially explosive atmospheres ...
  • Page 30 Silvercrest SH-100 always clearly marked. These include below deck on boats; chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal...
  • Page 31: Important Notes

    Silvercrest SH-100 Important notes Our company does not bear liability for damage which is caused by incorrect handling or non-compliance with the above recommendations. If the contents of this user guide do not correspond to your mobile phone, please contact your dealer.
  • Page 32: Intended Use

    Silvercrest SH-100 Intended use The mobile phone is designed for phone calls, text messages and emergency calls. Before the phone can be used, the SIM card must be correctly installed. Any other use is not in keeping with its intended purpose.
  • Page 33: Items Supplied

    Silvercrest SH-100 Items supplied After purchasing the device, open the packaging. Check the contents to ensure they are complete. The following parts are included: Phone Battery...
  • Page 34 Silvercrest SH-100 Power supply Charger Headset (earphones with User guide microphone)
  • Page 35: 10  Overview

    Silvercrest SH-100 10 Overview 10.1 Your phone Menu key Screen One Key Help Favourite Call key number C key Volume Torch Keypad lock End key Up/down Number keys keys...
  • Page 36: Keys And Functions

    Silvercrest SH-100 10.2 Keys and functions Keys Description Menu key  Press this key to access the menu. Favourite number shortcut key  When this key is pressed a list of five programmable favourite numbers is opened. SOS button / One Key Help (rear of the device) ...
  • Page 37 Silvercrest SH-100 called. C key  In input mode this key is used to delete the entered characters one after another. If the key is pressed and held down, all characters are deleted.  If a menu is open, press this key to return to the previous menu.
  • Page 38 Silvercrest SH-100 open the option for saving entries. Up/down keys  These keys are used to navigate up and down in the menus.  In standby mode the volume of the ring tone is changed with these keys. End key / ON/OFF key ...
  • Page 39 Silvercrest SH-100 Call / OK key  An incoming call is answered by pressing this key.  When a menu is open this key is used to confirm changes or settings. Number keys  In standby mode numbers are entered with these keys.
  • Page 40 Silvercrest SH-100 Star key  In standby mode the characters “*”/ “+” / “P”/“W” are entered with this key.  In input mode this key opens the symbol list. Hash key (#)  In standby mode, press and hold this key to open profiles.
  • Page 41 Silvercrest SH-100 Volume keys  In standby mode the volume of the keypad tones is changed with these keys. Side  During a call these keys are used to keys adjust the talk volume.
  • Page 42 Silvercrest SH-100 Torch  Press this key to switch the torch on and off. Keypad lock  Press this key to switch the keypad lock on and off.
  • Page 43: Screen Icons

    Silvercrest SH-100 10.3 Screen icons Signal strength indicator (*) Alarm (*) Battery level indicator (*) Keypad lock (*) Headset (earphones) mode (*) (*) The colours of the icons are different than the screen colour to enhance their visibility.
  • Page 44 Silvercrest SH-100 Missed calls (*) Ring tone (*) Only vibration (*) First vibration then ring tone (*) Vibration and ring tone (*) (*) The colours of the icons are different than the screen colour to enhance their visibility.
  • Page 45: 11  Getting Started

    Silvercrest SH-100 11 Getting started 11.1 SIM card and battery Before you can use your phone, you have to insert the SIM card and the battery. First open the battery compartment cover on the back of the phone. Figure 1...
  • Page 46 Silvercrest SH-100 Please note: Keep SIM cards out of the reach of children. Ensure that you do not touch the contacts of the SIM card, as this could result in damage or loss of the saved data. Protect your SIM card against exposure to electric voltages and...
  • Page 47 Silvercrest SH-100  Place your SIM card into the holder as shown.  Push the card in as far as possible. Figure 2...
  • Page 48 Silvercrest SH-100  Insert the battery. Figure 3 Note: Ensure that the three golden contacts of the battery are correctly aligned with the three golden contacts of the phone.
  • Page 49 Silvercrest SH-100  Now replace the battery compartment cover on the device, closing the housing of the phone.  Connect the supplied charger to the supplied power supply. Figure 4 Charge the phone for several hours before use.
  • Page 50 Silvercrest SH-100 Note: If the battery of the phone is empty during or after use, recharge the phone by placing it in the charger. The battery level is shown on the screen. The current battery level is shown on the battery indicator at the top right of the screen.
  • Page 51: Headset (Earphones With Microphone)

    Silvercrest SH-100 11.2 Headset (earphones with microphone) To use the headset, insert the supplied headset connector into the socket provided on the underside of the device. Figure 5...
  • Page 52 Silvercrest SH-100 Note: Correct headset connection is indicated on the screen. As long as the headset is connected to the phone, all tones (ring tone and calls) are routed to the headset.
  • Page 53: 12  Taking Out Of Operation/Dismantling

    Silvercrest SH-100 12 Taking out of operation/dismantling If you do not use the phone for a prolonged period of time or pass the phone on to another person, take the phone out of operation as shown below:  Remove the battery and keep it in a safe place.
  • Page 54: 13  Basic Functions

    Silvercrest SH-100 13 Basic functions 13.1 Switching the device on and off The phone is switched on by pressing the end key. Hold the key down for more than three seconds. Press and hold the key again to switch the phone off.
  • Page 55: Making A Call

    Silvercrest SH-100 13.2 Making a call Press the number keys to enter the number. When you have entered the number, press the call key to dial the number. If you want to call a number from the phonebook, press the menu key twice when the phone is in standby mode.
  • Page 56 Silvercrest SH-100 Phone. Confirm your selection with the menu key. Select the option such as Name and press the menu key to start the entry and again to confirm. When the entry is finished, press the C key to save the entry.
  • Page 57: Answer Or Reject A Call

    Silvercrest SH-100 13.4 Answer or reject a call Answer a call If you want to answer the call, press the call key. Reject a call To reject a call, press the end key. End a call To end a call, press the end key.
  • Page 58: 14  Sms Remote Control

    Silvercrest SH-100 14 SMS Remote Control With this remote control it is possible to set or change the favourite number, the SOS number and the alarm from another phone by means of a text message (SMS). To use this remote control, send a text message from a different mobile phone with the following content: 14.1 Entering the favourite number...
  • Page 59: Entering The Sos Number

    Silvercrest SH-100 exceeded, the last number is deleted. 14.2 Entering the SOS number Text message content: AT+S: Name: Number Example: AT+S: Lisa: 030123456 Note: One SOS number can be saved. If a new number is entered, the old number is deleted.
  • Page 60 Silvercrest SH-100 The alarm time is 19:23. The content is “Good morning”. Please note: The time must be entered in 24-hour format. The content limit is 70 characters. Name: The name is limited to 30 characters. When this number of characters is reached, it is not possible to enter more characters.
  • Page 61: 15  Shortcut / Side Keys

    Silvercrest SH-100 15 Shortcut / side keys 15.1 Torch The torch is switched on and off with the slide key on the right- hand side of the phone. 15.2 The favourite number shortcut key The favourite numbers are displayed when the favourite number shortcut key is pressed.
  • Page 62 Silvercrest SH-100 Press the menu key or the call key and enter the name and phone number that you want to edit. After entering the name and phone number, press the menu key or the call key. You can then decide whether you want to save the data. Press the menu key or the call key if you want to save the data.
  • Page 63 Silvercrest SH-100 not want to delete the data. Text message (SMS) to favourite number: You can also send a text message to the favourite numbers. When you have selected the number, you can select the "SMS to favourite number" option.
  • Page 64: Sos Button (One Key Help)

    Silvercrest SH-100 15.3 SOS button (One Key Help) When the SOS button (One Key Help) is pressed and held (for at least two seconds), the emergency number is dialled and a text message sent to the set number. If no number is entered, the...
  • Page 65 Silvercrest SH-100 second / 3 seconds / 5 seconds / 10 seconds. SOS number: You can enter an SOS number. Press the menu key or the call key to enter the name and the number. Then press the menu key or the call key.
  • Page 66 Silvercrest SH-100 SOS SMS: You can select either "On" or "Off". Select the menu item "SOS SMS". Press the menu or the call key to activate the SOS SMS. Press the menu key or the call key again to deactivate the SOS SMS.
  • Page 67 Silvercrest SH-100 By pressing the menu key you can also open [Settings->One Key Help] and make the required settings.
  • Page 68: Hearing Aid Shortcut Key

    Silvercrest SH-100 15.4 Hearing aid shortcut key The hearing aid function can be switched on and off by pressing the 0 on the keypad. Press and hold the key 0 until the function is confirmed on the screen. Press and hold the 0 key again to deactivate the function.
  • Page 69: Phonebook

    Silvercrest SH-100 16 Phonebook The phonebook function can be selected in standby mode after pressing the menu key. Press the menu key again to access the "Phonebook" menu item. Quick search in the phonebook: Press the “#” key to select the input mode. Enter the first letter of the name and scroll to the name with the up and down keys.
  • Page 70 Silvercrest SH-100 Edit: Select an entry. Then press the menu key. Select "Edit" to edit the name or the number. Press the menu or the call key to exit the number edit mode. You will be asked whether the entry should be saved. To save the entry if you have only edited the name, press the C key.
  • Page 71 Silvercrest SH-100 key. If the C key is pressed, the entry is not deleted. Copy: Select an entry. Then press the menu key and select “Copy”. Press the menu key. You will be asked whether the entry should be copied. The entry is copied onto the phone by pressing the menu or the call key.
  • Page 72 Silvercrest SH-100 You can then add another entry to the phonebook. Select whether you want to save the entry "To SIM" or "To Phone". Enter the name and phone number one after another on the keypad. The entry is saved by pressing the menu or the call key. If the C key is pressed, the entry is not saved.
  • Page 73 Silvercrest SH-100 phone, you have to enter the password. The preset password is “1122”. Memory Status: View the Memory Status of your SIM card and your mobile phone.
  • Page 74: Messages

    Silvercrest SH-100 17 Messages You can send and receive text messages, voice messages and broadcast messages with your phone. As these are network- related services, please contact your network operator or provider before using these services. The messages are saved either on the phone or on the SIM card.
  • Page 75 Silvercrest SH-100 Press the menu key in standby mode. Then use the up and down keys to select [Messages -> Write Message]. While you are writing a message you can access the following options by pressing the menu key: Done, Use Template, Insert PHB Number, Insert PHB Name, Input Method.
  • Page 76 Silvercrest SH-100 Insert Symbols. How to write a message: To write a new text message (SMS), first select the input method. The numbers 2-9 of your keypad also feature letters in input mode (entry of a message, a name or additional information).
  • Page 77 Silvercrest SH-100 Example: The letters A, B, and C are assigned to key 2. To use these letters you have to press key 2 in quick succession until the letter you need is displayed. Press key 2 once – letter A Press key 2 twice in quick succession –...
  • Page 78 Silvercrest SH-100 a wrong character, press the C key to delete it. Done: When you have created your message, you can access the following options by pressing the menu key: Send Only, Save and Send, Save, Send to Many.  If you have selected "Done" and "Send Only" (only send to one address), you will be asked to enter the phone number.
  • Page 79 Silvercrest SH-100 "Edit List" option and enter the respective numbers to which the message should be sent. Use Template: You can select any of 10 different templates which is then entered at the current cursor position. Insert PHB Number: You can open the phonebook, select and insert a number.
  • Page 80: Inbox

    Silvercrest SH-100 17.2 Inbox All received messages are saved in the “Inbox" folder. When viewing the messages in the "Inbox" folder, the phone number or name of the sender is displayed (if the name of the sender is already included in the phonebook).
  • Page 81 Silvercrest SH-100 Reply: Reply to this message. Delete: Delete this message. Edit: Edit this message. Forward: Forward this message. Copy to Phone/SIM: Copy this message which is saved on the SIM card onto the phone. Move to Phone/SIM: Move this message which is saved on the SIM card onto the...
  • Page 82: Outbox

    Silvercrest SH-100 phone. Copy all: Copy all messages. Move All: Move all messages. Use Number: Extract the number and dial or save it in the phonebook, or send a text message. 17.3 Outbox To view the sent messages which are saved on the SIM card and the phone, open the "Outbox"...
  • Page 83 Silvercrest SH-100 and then, after pressing the menu or the call key, read the content of the selected message. After pressing the menu or the call key again, the following functions are available: Reply: Reply to this message. Delete: Delete this message.
  • Page 84: Delete All Sms

    Silvercrest SH-100 Move this message. Copy All: Copy all messages. Move All: Move all messages. Use Number: Extract the number and then dial or save it in the phonebook. 17.4 Delete all SMS Open the submenu. The following options appear:...
  • Page 85 Silvercrest SH-100 When you press the menu key the question “Delete Inbox?" appears. If you press the menu key or the call key again, all messages in the Inbox are deleted. If you press the C key, they are not deleted.
  • Page 86: Use Template

    Silvercrest SH-100 messages in the Inbox and Outbox are deleted. If you press the C key, they are not deleted. 17.5 Use Template Open the template list by pressing the menu key. You can then view the 10 templates. After pressing the menu key you can edit or delete the template message or write a message.
  • Page 87: Broadcast Message

    Silvercrest SH-100 When the voice mail server option has been opened by pressing the menu key, you can edit the access code of your voice mail server or connect to the voice mail server to change the password. Note: The "Voice Mail Server" option is only available if it is supported by your network operator.
  • Page 88 Silvercrest SH-100 network operator. If you decide to use this service, you can receive messages on various topics from your network operator (e.g. weather, taxis, hospitals). Please contact your network operator for details on the available services. When the Broadcast Message submenu is opened, four options are available: “Receive Mode”, “Read Message", “Language”...
  • Page 89 Silvercrest SH-100 Read Message: You can read and delete the latest message with the “Read Message” option. Language: You can receive the broadcast messages in all available languages. Channel Setting: The “Channel Setting” function is used to Select and Add message channels as well as enter the title and ID of the channels.
  • Page 90: Message Settings

    Silvercrest SH-100 17.8 Message Settings Before you can use the function "Messages", you have to make the necessary settings. Open the "Message Settings" submenu. The following options are available: Profile Setting Please ask your provider for the service centre contact (sc address).
  • Page 91 Silvercrest SH-100 Note: During the set validity period a message is sent repeatedly from the service centre until it is received. The validity period applies for all sent messages and can be set to the following values: 1 hour, 6 hours, 12 hours, 1 day, 3 days, 1 week or "Maximum".
  • Page 92 Silvercrest SH-100 When you press the C key you will be asked if you want to save the selected option. If you press the menu or call key it is saved, if you press the C key it is not saved.
  • Page 93 Silvercrest SH-100 the service centre which shows whether the message was delivered or not. If the option is set to Off, you will not receive a delivery report. Note: This function is only available if it is supported by the network operator.
  • Page 94: Services

    Silvercrest SH-100 If you press the menu or the call key you open the Preferred Storage submenu. Press the up or down key to specify the SIM card or the Phone as the preferred storage location. The setting is saved by pressing the menu or the call key again.
  • Page 95 Silvercrest SH-100 Note: Depending on the SIM card type you use, different displays appear in this submenu.
  • Page 96: Missed Calls

    Silvercrest SH-100 18 Call History The last 20 phone numbers are saved in the call histories Missed Calls, Dialled Calls and Received Calls. The maximum memory capacity is 20 entries in each. When this limit is exceeded, the oldest entry is deleted.
  • Page 97 Silvercrest SH-100 Calls. Press the menu key, select a number -> When the menu key is pressed twice, five options are displayed: Delete: Press the menu key. You are then asked: “Delete?”. If you then press the menu or the call key, the entry is deleted. If you press...
  • Page 98 Silvercrest SH-100 Save to phonebook: The number is saved in the phonebook by pressing the menu or the call key. Dial: The number is dialled by pressing the menu or the call key. Edit: Edit mode is activated by pressing the menu or the call key. You can then edit the entry.
  • Page 99: Dialled Calls

    Silvercrest SH-100 Send SMS: Press the menu or the call key to access the "Write Message" option. You can then send a text message (SMS) to the respective number. 18.2 Dialled Calls The list of the last 20 dialled calls is accessed as follows: In standby mode: Press the menu key →Call History →Dialled...
  • Page 100: Silvercrest Sh

    Silvercrest SH-100 18.3 Received Calls: The list of the last 20 received calls is accessed as follows: In standby mode: Press the menu key →Call History →Received Calls. Press the menu key and proceed in the same way as for the “Missed Calls”...
  • Page 101 Silvercrest SH-100 If the folders are not empty, you can delete the content of the "Missed Calls", "Dialled Calls" and "Received Calls" lists, or you can delete the content of all lists with the "Delete All" option. Select one of the options. When you press the menu or the call key you will be asked “Delete?”.
  • Page 102: Call Time

    Silvercrest SH-100 18.5 Call Time The duration of calls which you have received or made can be viewed as follows: In standby mode: Press the menu key →Call History →Call Time. Last Call Time: The duration of the last call is displayed.
  • Page 103: Alarm

    Silvercrest SH-100 19 Alarm When you have pressed the menu key in standby mode, you can select the Alarm function. You can set 6 alarm times. When you have entered an alarm time, use the "Add alarm time" function by pressing the up and down keys to switch the alarm on...
  • Page 104 Silvercrest SH-100 Set the alarm time. The time is entered with the number keys. Repeat alarm: Setting the repeat alarm. Press the * or # key to select either Once, Everyday and specific Days. Snooze: The snooze function is used to set the alarm repeat time. Setting is possible by pressing the * or # key;...
  • Page 105 Silvercrest SH-100 the menu or the call key. Then press the C key and decide whether you want to save the entry.
  • Page 106: User Profiles

    Silvercrest SH-100 20 User Profiles Your mobile phone offers you various profiles which you can use to set the different ring tones depending on the caller and environment. In standby mode press the menu key and then select User Profiles.
  • Page 107: Activation

    Silvercrest SH-100 20.1 Activation You can activate the selected profile. In standby mode press the menu key and then select →User Profiles. Select the required profile and then press the menu key and select Activate. 20.2 Customize To configure your profile, select the profile you want to change.
  • Page 108 Silvercrest SH-100 Tone setup: The user can set various ring tones with different options (e.g. Incoming call, Alarm, Power On, Power Off, Message Tone, Keypad Tone). Volume: Setting the volume of the Ring tone and the Keypad tone. Adjust the volume with the up or down key and press the menu or the call key to save.
  • Page 109 Silvercrest SH-100 Ring type: The ring tone can be selected with the up and down keys (Single, Repeat and Ascending). The selection can be saved by pressing the menu or the call key. Extra tone: The following can be set: Warning, Error, Camp on and Connect.
  • Page 110 Silvercrest SH-100 When an incoming call arrives, any key can be pressed except for the end key and the C key. Note: These five profiles are already programmed. The default profile is “General”. In standby mode the "mute" function is quickly switched on and off by pressing and holding the # key.
  • Page 111: Settings

    Silvercrest SH-100 21 Settings Open the menu by pressing the menu or the call key. Use the up key to select “Settings". In this menu you can configure your preferred settings on your mobile phone. 21.1 Time and Date Press the menu or the call key to open the Time and Date menu.
  • Page 112 Silvercrest SH-100 Set Time/Date: Press the menu or the call key to access the “Set Time/Date” option. Use the up and down keys to select the Time and the Date. Key in the time and date with the numbers. To save the setting, press the menu or the call key again.
  • Page 113: One Key Help

    Silvercrest SH-100 save the setting, press the menu or the call key. 21.2 One Key Help Please refer to Chapter 15.3 under SOS button (One Key Help) for more information. This section contains a detailed description of all submenus.
  • Page 114: Phone Setting

    Silvercrest SH-100 21.3 Phone Setting Language: Press the menu or the call key to access the “Language” option. You can change the language in which the texts are shown on the screen. Press the up and down keys to select your language. Press the menu or the call key to save the selected language.
  • Page 115 Silvercrest SH-100 and Insert Symbols. Screen saver: You can switch on the screen saver and then have the time and date displayed on the screen after the set time. Press the menu or the call key to access the screen saver menu and then select the "Settings"...
  • Page 116 Silvercrest SH-100 select On or Off to activate or deactivate the function. Then select “Set number”. To this purpose press the menu or the call key. Use the up and down keys to assign the speed dial number (list of number keys 2-9).
  • Page 117 Silvercrest SH-100 Standby LED: The standby LED can be switched on and off by pressing the menu or call key. If it is switched on, a blue LED flashes on the right above the screen as soon as your phone is connected to your...
  • Page 118: Call Setting

    Silvercrest SH-100 21.4 Call setting Open the "Call setting" submenu. In this submenu you can make the following settings: Caller ID: Your caller ID can be suppressed or sent, depending on your provider. In the submenu you have the options Set by Network, Hide ID and Send ID.
  • Page 119 Silvercrest SH-100 function, the following options appear on the screen: Activate: To activate this function press the menu or the call key. Deactivate: The function is deactivated by pressing the menu or the call key. Query status: The status of the function is shown when the menu...
  • Page 120 Silvercrest SH-100 Call Divert: The call divert function is used to route certain incoming calls under certain conditions to a phone number of your choice. This service must be supported by your provider. Please ask your provider to enable this service. The call divert function can be switched on and off on your mobile phone.
  • Page 121 Silvercrest SH-100 Divert If No Answer: Diverts the call if you do not take the call. Divert If Busy: Diverts all incoming calls if at least one call is put through to the phone. Divert All Data Calls: Diverts all data calls.
  • Page 122 Silvercrest SH-100 Deactivate: Press the menu or the call key to deactivate the function. Query status: Press the menu or the call key to view the function status.
  • Page 123: Outgoing Calls

    Silvercrest SH-100 Call Barring: The call barring function enables users to block incoming and outgoing calls under certain conditions specified by the user. You must obtain a four-digit barring password from your service provider which enables you to activate call barring. If you wish to use this function, please contact your service provider.
  • Page 124 Silvercrest SH-100 International calls except to home PLMN: Prevents international calls being made if these are not in the PLMN (Public Land Mobile Network) of your country. Note: You can activate, deactivate and query the status of the above options. If All calls is activated, only emergency calls are possible.
  • Page 125 Silvercrest SH-100 not in his own country. Note: You can activate, deactivate and query the status of the above options. Cancel All: All restrictions can be cancelled when the barring password is entered. Change Barring Password: A new barring password can be specified when the old password has been entered.
  • Page 126 Silvercrest SH-100 The mobile phone has two lines. You can choose between Line 1 and Line 2. Note: In several countries it is possible, for example, to use one line for business and the other as a private line. To this...
  • Page 127 Silvercrest SH-100 Press the menu or the call key to access the Call Time Reminder. To switch the function off, press the menu or the call key again and then select "Off". Single: Press the menu or the call key to access the Call Time Reminder.
  • Page 128 Silvercrest SH-100 to 60 seconds. Note: A time should be entered for the selected option ("Single" or "Periodic"). If a time is entered which is outside the permissible range, a message appears on the screen and an error signal is sounded.
  • Page 129: Network Setting

    Silvercrest SH-100 key again. 21.5 Network setting Network Selection: New Search: Press the menu or the call key to access the Network Selection option. Then press the menu or the call key and select "New Search" to search the network again.
  • Page 130 Silvercrest SH-100 Selection Mode: Press the menu or the call key to switch this function between Automatic and Manual. Each time it is pressed, the phone switches between automatic and manual. Automatic: The search starts automatically and a connection is made to the first available network.
  • Page 131 Silvercrest SH-100 Preferred Networks: Preferred networks contains a list of the networks which have been configured and set by the user. The preferred networks are saved on the SIM card. In this menu item you can edit these saved networks. You can change or delete the priority of the network.
  • Page 132 Silvercrest SH-100 Delete: When you have pressed the menu or the call key you are asked: "Delete?" The network is then deleted by pressing the menu or the call key again. Press the C key if you do not want to delete the...
  • Page 133: Security Setting

    Silvercrest SH-100 21.6 Security Setting Open the "Security Setting" submenu. The respective security settings can then be entered to prevent unauthorised use of your phone and SIM card. SIM Lock: The PIN number can prevent unauthorised use of your SIM card.
  • Page 134 Silvercrest SH-100 enter your PIN number (or no longer asked to enter your PIN number if the function is deactivated). Note: If an incorrect PIN number is entered three times, the SIM card is locked. To unlock the SIM card you then have to enter the PUK number.
  • Page 135 Silvercrest SH-100 If the phone lock is switched off, it can be activated by pressing the menu or the call key and entering the password. The next time the phone is switched on, the phone lock code is requested. If the phone lock is switched on, it can be deactivated by pressing the menu or the call key and entering the password.
  • Page 136 Silvercrest SH-100 numbers contained in the fixed dial list or numbers with the same first digits can be called with the phone. Open the “Fixed Dial" submenu. You can make the following settings: Mode: Entry of PIN2 for switching the Fixed Dial function On or Off.
  • Page 137 Silvercrest SH-100 network operator. If the "Fixed Dial" function is activated, only the numbers contained in the list are shown in the phonebook. Call Barring: If this function is supported by your SIM card, certain numbers can be blocked. If this function is activated, you can prevent numbers which are on the list of barred numbers from being dialled.
  • Page 138 Silvercrest SH-100 can be performed. If the list is empty, press the menu key and select “Add”. Here you can enter and edit names and numbers in the list. Note: You have to enter your PIN2 to activate and deactivate the call barring function.
  • Page 139: Restore Factory Settings

    Silvercrest SH-100 If you want to change the PIN and SIM Lock is not enabled, the PIN cannot be changed. The message: “SIM Lock must be enabled!” appears and an error signal is sounded. Note: The password must contain a minimum of four characters and should not exceed eight characters.
  • Page 140 Silvercrest SH-100 password must be entered. Several settings can only be reset to their original values when the device is restarted.
  • Page 141: 22  Appendix

    Silvercrest SH-100 22 Appendix 22.1 Technical Data Network: GSM 900/DCS1800 Dimensions: 110 mm x 50.2 mm x 14.6 mm Weight of phone: approx. 62 g Weight of battery: approx. 22 g Battery: 900 mAh Weight of charger with power supply: approx. 140 g Battery charging time: approx.
  • Page 142 Silvercrest SH-100 Standby time: approx. 240 hours* Talk time: approx. 4 hours* Temperature (operation): -20° to +60° C Storage temperature: -30° to +80° C Humidity (operation): 45% to 80% RH Humidity (storage): 30% to 90% RH * The operating time can vary depending on the used SIM card, network and the settings, type of use and environmental conditions.
  • Page 143 (directive 1999/519/EC) on the limitation of exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields. The maximum legal SAR limit value is 2.0 W/kg. The maximum measured SAR value for the Silvercrest SH-100 while held to the ear was <0.6 W/kg.
  • Page 144: 23  Careand Maintenance

    Silvercrest SH-100 23 Careand Maintenance Your phone is a product of high-quality design manufactured to stringent standards and should be treated with care. Compliance with the following recommendations will ensure that all warranty obligations are met. .  Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong detergents to clean the phone.
  • Page 145 Silvercrest SH-100 assistance you require.  Servicing is normally not necessary. If, however, the phone should require maintenance, ONLY have this done by authorised JNC technicians. Otherwise the warranty will be void. Note: All the above recommendations apply to your phone, the battery, charger and all accessories.
  • Page 146: 24  Troubleshooting

    Silvercrest SH-100 24 Troubleshooting Should you have any questions regarding your phone, first read the following answers. If it is still not possible to solve the problem, please contact your dealer or network operator. Faults which cannot be remedied with the aid of the information in this table may only be rectified by authorised JNC technicians or your service provider.
  • Page 147 Silvercrest SH-100 Fault Possible causes The phone cannot 1. Is the battery charged? be switched on. 2. Is the battery inserted correctly? 1. Check that the charger is correctly connected to the phone. 2. Is the battery still functional? The...
  • Page 148 Silvercrest SH-100 1. The signal is too weak or there could be too much interference. Check the The phone is not displayed signal strength. Look if the connected to the vertical bars are visible. mobile 2. Is the SIM card inserted correctly,...
  • Page 149 Silvercrest SH-100 5. Have you chosen line 2 although this is not offered by your provider? 1. Is the SIM card activated for the network? 2. Are calls barred due to unpaid service I can't receive any charges? calls 3. Is the call divert function activated? 4.
  • Page 150 Silvercrest SH-100 1. The SIM card is dirty. Clean the card. 2. Reinsert the SIM card. SIM Error 3. The SIM card is damaged. Replace the card.
  • Page 151: 25  Abbreviationsand Explanations

    Silvercrest SH-100 25 Abbreviationsand explanations Global System for Mobile Communications Subscriber Identity Module Personal Identity Number. Usually refers to the PIN1. Supplied together with the SIM card. Serves to unlock the SIM card. Personal Unlock Key. Supplied together with the SIM card.
  • Page 152: 26  Warranty Information

    Silvercrest SH-100 26 Warranty information This product has a three year guarantee from the date of purchase. For information about our after sales service, please visit www.jnc-digital.de or call our hotline: Country Hotline No. Belgium 0800 72 178 Denmark 8088 6906...
  • Page 153 Silvercrest SH-100 Country Hotline No. Italy 800 788 035 Croatia 0800 222 823 Austria 0820 901 113 Poland 00800 49 11 487 Portugal 800 84 91 46 Sweden 020 79 59 45 Slovakia 0800 00 49 97 Slovenia 0800 80 182...
  • Page 154: 27  Index

    Silvercrest SH-100 27 Index Abbreviations  ........  1 51  Call Time Display  ...... 128  Add new entry  ........  5 5  Call Time Reminder ...... 126  Alarm  ..........  1 03  call wait.......... 64  Alarm time ........  5 9  Call Waiting  ........ 118  Answer or reject a call ......  5 7  Caller ID .......... 118  Appendix .........  1 41  Car ............ 21  Auto Redial  ........  1 28 ...
  • Page 155 Silvercrest SH-100 Disposal  ..........  2 6  Items supplied ........ 33  Emergency calls  .........  2 2  JNC Datum Tech GmbH ...... 3  Explanations  ........  1 51  Keys and functions...... 36  Factory Settings ......  1 39  Language ........ 114  FAQ ..........  1 46  LCD Backlight ........ 116  Favourite number .......  5 8, 61  Line Switching  ......... 125  Fixed Dial  .........  1 35  Maintenance ........ 144 ...
  • Page 156 Silvercrest SH-100 Phone Lock  ........  1 34  SOS button (One Key Help)  .... 64  Phone Setting  ........  1 14  SOS light.......... 65  Phonebook  ........  6 9  SOS number  ........ 59, 65  Potentially explosive atmospheres ...  2 9  SOS‐SMS content:  ...... 66  Power supply........  1 6  SOS‐SMS: .......... 66  Preferred Storage  ......  9 3  Speed Dial  ........ 115 ...
  • Page 157 Silvercrest SH-100 Writing a message  ......  7 4  Your phone ........ 35 ...