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G5 G52 2 0/G620
0/G620
GSM 900
G530/G625/G630
G530/G625/G630
GSM 1800
User's Manual

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  • Page 1 G5 G52 2 0/G620 0/G620 GSM 900 G530/G625/G630 G530/G625/G630 GSM 1800 User’s Manual...
  • Page 2 Copyright Copyright © 1999 by Acer Peripherals, Incorporated. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system or translated into any language or computer language, in any form or by any means,...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents CHAPTER 1. SAFETY INFORMATION ............1 CHAPTER 2. QUICK START ............... 2 CHAPTER 3. INTRODUCTION TO YOUR HANDSET ......... 3 3.1 H ................3 ANDSET PPEARANCE 3.2 K ....................4 3.3 T LCD D ................. 6 ISPLAY CHAPTER 4.
  • Page 4 * Hold call...................15 * Unhold call ..................15 * Join call....................15 * Private call..................15 * Messages ..................15 6.13 K ..................15 CHAPTER 7. MENU OPTIONS ..............16 7.1 P (1) ................18 HONE Last Number (1-1) ................18 Last Dialed (1-1-1)................18 Last Received (1-1-2) ...............18 Last Missed (1-1-3) ................18 Delete all (1-1-4) ................18 Find Record (1-2).................19...
  • Page 5 Listen Message (2-4)................22 Cell Broadcast (2-5) ................22 Receive Broadcast (2-5-1) ..............22 Topics (2-5-2) ..................22 Language (2-5-3)................22 Message Settings (2-6) ................23 Message Center (2-6-1)..............23 Valid Period (2-6-2) ................23 Voice Mail Box (2-6-3) ..............23 Reply Path (2-6-4)................23 Delivery Report (2-6-5) ..............23 Alert Beep (2-6-6)................23 Message Format (2-6-7) ..............23 Delete All (2-7) ..................23 7.3 C...
  • Page 6 All Calls (3-4-2)................26 Call Rate (3-4-3) ................27 Cost Limit (ON/OFF) (3-4-4) ............27 Line in Use (3-5)..................27 7.4 H (4)..............28 ANDSET ETTINGS Back Light (4-1)...................28 Auto Redial (4-2) .................28 Answer by (4-3)...................28 Key Lock (4-4)..................28 Language (4-5)..................28 Time Alert (4-6)...................29 Restore (4-7)..................29 7.5 N (5) ..............29 ETWORK...
  • Page 7 Keypad Tone (7-3) ................32 Alarm Type (7-4)................32 7.8 C & C (8) ..............33 LOCK ALENDAR Set Alarm (8-1)..................33 Set Time (8-2)..................33 Calendar (8-3) ..................33 View Day..................34 Make Note ..................34 Erase Notes ..................34 View All...................34 Select Date..................35 Date Mode..................35 CHAPTER 8. MENU STRUCTURE MAP ............ 36 CHAPTER 9.
  • Page 9: Chapter 1. Safety Information

    Chapter 1. Safety Information On the Road… Follow regulations in force concerning the use of cellular phone in the place you are driving. Use hands-free operation while driving a vehicle. Park your car before conversing. In the Air… Using cellular phones in an aircraft may cause interference to the radar system which is illegal.
  • Page 10: Chapter 2. Quick Start

    Chapter 2. Quick Start Simply follow the 6 steps below to make your first call: SIM card SIM card Œ Insert the SIM card. socket • Install a fully charged battery. Ž Press key for a few seconds to turn on the handset power. •...
  • Page 11: Chapter 3. Introduction To Your Handset

    Chapter 3. Introduction to Your Handset .1 Handset Appearance Antenna Earpiece Earpiece volume adjustment key LCD screen Selection key Send key Power key Clear key Microphone Figure 1. Front View Data transmission & car kit connector Power connector Figure 2. Bottom View...
  • Page 12: Keys

    Antenna External antenna connector Battery contact SIM card socket Vibrator Figure 3. Rear View .2 Keys The keys on the keypad can be categorized into two types: Function keys and Alphanumeric keys. Function keys There are 4 function keys on the keypad: Power On/Off Key Long press this key to turn the handset power on or off.
  • Page 13: Alphanumeric Keys

    Alphanumeric Keys There are totally 12 alphanumeric keys on the keypad. If you type a letter wrong, you can move the cursor to the letter by pressing the selection key and press key to erase. You can long press the key to display a capital letter.
  • Page 14: The Lcd Display

    .3 The LCD Display There are several icons often shown on the LCD display: The table below describes the meaning of each icon: Signal The more the bars displayed, the better the Strength signal strength. Roaming When your phone is not used under your home network, this icon will appear.
  • Page 15: Chapter 4. Prepare To Use

    Chapter 4. Prepare to Use .1 Insert the SIM Card What is SIM card? You need a SIM (Subscriber Identification Memory) card to access your mobile phone and network. Two types of SIM card are on the market. For this mobile, you need a small size card. This card contains all the important information of your phone account such as network accesses, PIN number, phone books, messages, and services.
  • Page 16: 4.2 Using Batteries

    4.2 Using Batteries Fitting batteries Fit the battery bottom into the battery slot as shown in Figure 5. Then push the top end of the battery into the slot. Figure 5. Fitting Battery Removing batteries Press the key on the top end of your battery and pull the battery towards the opposite side of the mobile phone.
  • Page 17: Turn On The Phone Power

    Figure 6 Use only genuine batteries, battery charger and accessories to ensure the proper function of your phone and battery life. Any malfunction or damage caused by the use of any third-party accessories will cause the void of product warranty. For safety concerns, when the temperature of the phone goes over 45 C or below 5 C, the battery charging will come to a halt.
  • Page 18: Chapter 5. Making Your First Call

    Chapter 5. Making Your First Call .1 Make a Call Long press key for a few seconds to switch your phone on. Œ Enter your PIN and press key. • When entering wrong PIN for over three times, your phone will be locked up. Please contact your dealer to solve this problem.
  • Page 19: End A Call

    .2 End a Call Press key to end or cancel a call. .3 Answer a Call When the phone rings or vibrates, press key to answer a call. There are three answer mode options for you to answer your calls. Please refer to page 28 –...
  • Page 20: Chapter 6. Introduction To The Basic Functions

    Chapter 6. Introduction to the Basic Functions .1 One-Touch Dialing There are two ways for you to do one-touch dialing while in stand-by mode: You can long press key. The last number you dialed will be sent out directly. You can use the first 9 record saved in the phone book by pressing the location of the desired number.
  • Page 21: Missed Call Message

    .5 Missed Call Message If for any reason, incoming calls can not be answered, a missed call message will appear on the screen to remind you the calls you missed. To reply to the missed call, first press key to confirm, then press key to select the number you want to reply to and press...
  • Page 22: Incoming Call Waiting

    You can long press key to send out the last number dialed directly. .10 Incoming Call Waiting An incoming call number and call-waiting message will appear on the screen when a new incoming call arrives yet while you are on a call. Press 0 and key to reject the waiting call.
  • Page 23: Mute Call

    Mute call When no sound wants to be heard by your interlocutor when you are on a call. You can choose the Mute function to do so. * End call Under a circumstance of multi-party call, you can end up one of them by selecting this function.
  • Page 24: Chapter 7. Menu Options

    Chapter 7. Menu Options Your mobile phone provides many extra options for you to select. The following sections describe the options in the menu and their function respectively. There are two ways to access the menu options: Normal Access Press key downward to enter “Phone Book”...
  • Page 25: Shortcut Access

    Shortcut Access After you enter the menu, key in the function code that appears at the right side of the LCD display. (See the following sections for function codes). With this shortcut, you can reach your desired function instantly. For example, when you want to change the language setting: Press key downward to enter “Phone Book”...
  • Page 26: Phone Book (1)

    .1 Phone Book Phone Book menu allows you to set up your own phone book. You can add or delete the records anytime you want. In addition, you are able to choose to save the records either in SIM card memory or phone memory.
  • Page 27: Find Record (1-2)

    Find Record (1-2) By Name (1-2-1) You can search the saved record by entering the name of the receiver. After entering the name, his/her location, phone number and name will appear simultaneously on the screen. Then you can send the call out to him/her by pressing key, or edit, delete and move this record to phone book.
  • Page 28: Delete All (1-4-2)

    screen again. Then press , this record will be erased. Delete All (1-4-2) After you select this item, press to clear all data in the record. Memory Selection (1-5) You can select the memory where the phone book records can be saved.
  • Page 29: Messages (2)

    .2 Messages You have to subscribe to your network service provider before you can use the message functions described below. For details, please consult your network service provider. Inbox (2-1) If a new text message is received, icon appears on the screen. Please enter this function to read the new message.
  • Page 30: Outbox (2-3)

    Outbox (2-3) You can use this function to read the messages you sent or received and select one message to enter the following options. Delete Message Delete the selected message. Edit Message Edit the selected message. Send Message Send the selected message. Use Number Display the number in the selected message.
  • Page 31: Message Settings

    Message Settings (2-6) Message Center (2-6-1) This function stores the phone number of the message center for sending your text messages. The message you send is transmitted via this message center to the receiver. Valid Period (2-6-2) You can set the time that your text messages are stored at the message center while the message center attempts to deliver the message.
  • Page 32: Call Divert

    .3 Call Services Call Divert (3-1) You can select several diverting modes here. Under each function item (except “Cancel All”) below, you can choose “Activate” to enable that function, “Cancel” to disable that function or “Status” to inquire the status of that function. No Condition (3-1-1) You can send your calls to another designated phone number.
  • Page 33: Call Barring

    Call Barring (3-2) If wishing to bar outgoing or incoming calls, you can use the barring function to set up limitations. Under each function item (except “Cancel All”) below, you can choose “Activate” to enable that function, “Cancel” to disable that function or “Status” to inquire the status of that function.
  • Page 34: All Calls (3-4-2)

    Call Waiting (3-3) This function is only available when you have subscribed to your network provider. An incoming call number and a call-waiting message will appear when a new incoming call is directed to your phone when you are on another call. You can activate or cancel this function by checking the statue here.
  • Page 35: Call Rate (3-4-3)

    Call Rate (3-4-3) Currency (3-4-3-1) Enter a preferred currency base to calculate the fare of your calls (PIN 2 is required). Charge Unit (3-4-3-2) Enter the unit price to count the fare (PIN 2 is required). Cost Limit (ON/OFF) (3-4-4) You can set limits to the total call cost.
  • Page 36: Handset Settings (4)

    .4 Handset Settings Back Light (4-1) 5 different levels for you to adjust the background lighting of the LCD screen. Auto Redial (4-2) There are two ways to redial a call. Auto mode: redials the number continuously. Prompt mode: requires your confirmation before redialing the phone number You are able to cancel these auto redial modes by choosing “Cancel”.
  • Page 37: Time Alert (4-6)

    Time Alert (4-6) Your phone will beep once a minute when you make a call after you initiate this function. Restore (4-7) Reset all settings to default setting. The default setting for phone code is 1234. .5 Network Selection When turning on your mobile phone, the phone automatically selects the home network for you.
  • Page 38: Security Settings (6)

    .6 Security Settings Set Code Status (6-1) The code status includes: PIN code (6-1-1) Activate/Deactivate the PIN code function. When changing the Activate/Deactivate status, you have to enter your PIN. Phone Code (6-1-2) Activate/Deactivate the Phone Code. When changing the Activate/Deactivate status, you have to enter your phone code.
  • Page 39: Fixed Dial (6-3)

    Fixed Dial (6-3) You can set limitation of the numbers you call out. You must have PIN2 before you can use this function. View (6-3-1) Under this branch, you can see what Fixed Dial numbers you set. Set Status (6-3-2) Switch on/off about this Fixed Dial function.
  • Page 40: Change Code (6-4-2)

    2 vibration types (Vibration function is not available in G625). Keypad Tone (7-3) You can control the on/off of your keypad tone by using this function. Alarm Type (7-4) You can set the alarm type here (only available in G520 and G620).
  • Page 41: Clock & Calendar (8)

    The functions below are only available in G520 and G620. .8 Clock & Calendar This sub-menu allows you to set alarm, current time or jot down notes as a reminder for your important matters. Set Alarm (8-1) After entering this function item, you can choose to set alarm function On or Off.
  • Page 42: View Day

    or backward, then press key to enter its options. View Day View the notes for current selected date. After you finish reading the notes, you can press key to enter and edit, delete the note or forward the note to another date. Make Note After entering this item, you can first jot down the notes, then press...
  • Page 43: Select Date

    Select Date You can enter the date of the note you want to read. When done, the screen will display the date you input. Press display the note for that day. Date Mode You can choose from three date display mode options: day/month/year, year/month/day or month/day/year.
  • Page 44: Chapter 8. Menu Structure Map

    Chapter 8. Menu Structure Map Please refer to the Menu Structure Map below to access each function quickly and easily:...
  • Page 45: Chapter 9. Care And Maintenance

    Chapter 9. Care and Maintenance Notice the following to ensure the proper usage and the life of your mobile phone: Keep your mobile phone and its accessories out of small children’s reach. Keep your phone set dry. Use your phone at a normal temperature.
  • Page 46: Chapter 10. Accessories

    Chapter 10. Accessories .1 Batteries There are several types of rechargeable batteries for your option, such as standard Ni-MH battery, economic Ni-MH battery, slim-type Li-ion battery and high-capacity Li-ion battery. Li-ion batteries provides longer stand-by time but are relatively more expensive Battery Charger In addition to the travel charger, you can also choose to use the desktop charger or cigarette lighter charger.
  • Page 47: Charging Battery

    Use Desktop Charger Connect the travel charger cable to the desktop charger and the power outlet. Put your phone on the desktop charger as shown. Charging Battery You can detach the battery, and locate it on the rear side of the charger as shown.
  • Page 48: Hands-free

    .2 Hands-Free In order to provide the convenience and safety of using the mobile phone when you drive, the hands-free set is available in different combinations to work with your mobile phone. Portable Hands-Free The portable hands-free kit includes a microphone and earphone set. Plug the connector into the socket at the bottom of your phone and the hands-free is ready for use.
  • Page 49: Chapter 11. Troubleshooting

    Chapter 11. Troubleshooting When you encounter problems while using your mobile phone, please refer to the following table to solve the problem. If problem persists, please contact your dealer immediately for service. Problems Possible cause How to solve the problem Poor signal 1.
  • Page 50 Unable to 1. SIM card is invalid. Contact your network connect to service provider. the network 2. You are away from the GSM Check the service area service area. with your network service provider. 3. Poor signal. Move your location another place where signal can be received properly.
  • Page 51 Pocket User’s Guide Abbreviated Call Mute Long press ”1”(~9) to dial the While talking, press “Send” key number stored in location to enter the menu and choose ”1”(~9). “Mute”. Redial Incoming call waiting Long press “Send” key. Press ”0” and “Send” key to Redial the last 10 numbers reject the call.

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