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   Summary of Contents for Amplicomms PowerTel M7500

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    PowerTel mobile phone Operating Instructions...

  • Page 2: Hearing Aid Compatibility

    M7500 Hearing aid compatibility This telephone is equipped with T Coil coupler making it com- patible with most popular hearing aids. Due to the wide range of hearing aids available there is no guarantee that the tele- phone will function with all hearing aid models. Please check your hearing aid immunity rating is higher than M2.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    ONTENTS Quick Start Guide.............6 Quick Glance..................6 What is in the box ................8 Installing the SIM card, memory card and battery ....8 Charging the battery ..............10 Charging via the mini USB charging socket ......10 Charging via the desktop charging unit ........10 Battery status ................11 Switching the mobile phone on and off........11 Setting the display language ............12...

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    ONTENTS Using the phone .............24 General....................24 External display (sub LCD) ............25 Switching the mobile phone on and off........25 Using the torch................26 Dialling a phone number / Calling..........27 Dialling with the speed dialling keys ..........27 Dialling with the one−touch dialling keys ........28 Using redial / using the Calls list ..........28 Taking a call ..................28 Setting the volume ................29...

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    ONTENTS Copying/moving all phonebook entries ........36 Storing a phonebook entry to a speed dialling key ....36 Storing a phonebook entry to an one−touch dialling key..37 “Messages“ menu............40 Messages menu................40 Text message settings..............41 Multimedia message settings ............44 Service message settings .............45 Writing and sending a SMS/MMS..........46 Reading/deleting messages and further options ......47 “Call center“...

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    ONTENTS “Settings“ menu ............58 Profiles.....................58 Direct number ................60 Switching Boost on and off............61 Phone settings................61 Network settings................65 Security settings ................66 Bluetooth..................67 Restore settings ................69 “Organizer“ menu ............70 Calender ..................70 Calculator ..................70 Alarm....................71 Tasks ....................72 Stopwatch..................72 “Services“ menu ............74 “Multimedia“ menu ............75 Camera/Camcorder................75 Gallery .....................77 Video player..................79...

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    ONTENTS “File manager“ menu ............81 ppendix .................82 Technical data.................82 Service hotline ................83 Problems and solutions ..............83 Tips on the battery.................86 Intended use ..................87 Areas of use ...................87 Safety Information ................88 Power adapter plug ...............90 Disposal...................91 Declaration of Conformity ............92 Maintenance ..................93 Guarantee ..................93 Index ................96 Menu tree ..............100...

  • Page 8: Quick Start Guide

    UICK TART UIDE Quick Start Guide Important: Before you start, please read the safety information on page 88. Quick Glance 1 Earpiece 13 Camera lense 2 Display 14 Front display 3 Left softkey 15 Notification LEDs 4 Navigation key 16 Charging contacts 5 Call key 17 LED Flashlight 6 Direct call keys...

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    UICK TART UIDE Helpline 0844 800 6503 (See page 83 for costs and hours of operation)

  • Page 10: What Is In The Box

    UICK TART UIDE What is in the box The box contains: 1 mobile phone 1 power adapter plug 1 li−ion battery 1 operating manual 1 desktop charging unit Installing the SIM card, memory card and battery Risk of swallowing small objects! The SIM card can be removed.

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    UICK TART UIDE • Slide the SIM card with the gol- den contacts facing down in the moulded SIM card holder. The SIM card must be located under the metal retaining bar to be in the correct position. • To expand the internal storage memory, you can insert a Battery Battery...

  • Page 12: Charging The Battery

    UICK TART UIDE Charging the battery • Before starting to charge the battery, check that it has been installed properly. Do not remove the battery while it is being charged. This could damage the phone. • When charging the battery for the first time, it should be charged for at least 4 hours.

  • Page 13: Battery Status

    UICK TART UIDE • It may take a few seconds before the phone indicates the charging process. Battery status The current battery charge status is indicated in the dis- play as follows: Full - - > - - > - - > - - > - - > - - > - - Empty When the battery charge is low, a corresponding warning message appears in the display.

  • Page 14: Setting The Display Language

    UICK TART UIDE Some SIM cards will require you to enter a PIN code. Fol- low the prompts on the screen. The SIM code (PIN of the SIM card) that you received with your SIM card, protects the SIM card against unauthori- sed use.

  • Page 15: Taking A Call

    UICK TART UIDE Taking a call Take the call Rejecting a call Reject the call Ending a call End the call Making a call Enter the phone number lear Delete the last digit if incorrect Dial the phone number Helpline 0844 800 6503 (See page 83 for costs and hours of operation)

  • Page 16: Advanced Settings And Functions

    UICK TART UIDE Advanced Settings and Functions For more details about setting up your Amplicomms M7500 and other functions follow the descriptions in this user guide. Examples: • Set your one−touch dialling keys -> page 37. • Store numbers in the phone book -> page 32.

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    Yes as long as the SIM card is less than three years old you can transfer the card over. Some old SIM cards howe- ver are not compatible with the Amplicomms mobile Helpline 0844 800 6503 (See page 83 for costs and hours of operation)

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    Can I use a SIM card from any mobile phone company? Yes. The Amplicomms mobile phone is what is termed as an open SIM card phone and so it is not restricted to any particular service provider or mobile phone company.

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    UICK TART UIDE suited to less frequent users. How do I find out my credit balance? The service provider of the SIM card should have provi- ded an information pack with the card. This will give details of a short number to dial in order to check your balance.

  • Page 20: The Phone In Details

    HE PHONE IN DETAILS The phone in details Keys and Parts for the explanation of keys and parts please refer to page 6. Special key functions Left softkey In standby -> open the main menu In menus the function changes due to the term in the display above the softkey (e.

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    HE PHONE IN DETAILS to a one-touch dialling key“ page 37). Note: Since this operation only requi- res a short press of a button, it could lead to unintentional dialling. Call key - Take a call or dial a number. - Open the call list and the redial list End call key - End or reject a call...

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    HE PHONE IN DETAILS ▼ - Switch on the camera. user profile (ringtone etc.). ◀ - Open SMS/MMS menu ▶ - Calculator ■ - centre of the navigation key In standby: open the menu In menus: function “OK“ . Digit key 1 Long press (approx.

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    HE PHONE IN DETAILS Star key - to enter the international prefix “+“ in pre-dialling (press 2 times) or to enter P (pause)/ W (wait) (may be necessary for call-through numbers or remote accessing an answering machine). - when entering text: open the spe- cial character table.

  • Page 24: Icons In The Display

    HE PHONE IN DETAILS Volume control +/- keys: - In standby: adjusts the volume level of the ringtone - Whilst on a call -> adjusts the ear- piece or Hands-free volume. Boost/Flashlight key In standby: press and hold for approx. 2 sec to switch the torch on/off - In a call: press to toggle between boost and normal volume.

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    HE PHONE IN DETAILS New call Call forwarding active Alarm is activated Boost is activated Profile “Outdoor“ or “General“ is activated Profile “Meeting“ is activated Profile “Silent“ is activated A headset is connected Bluetooth is activated The “Roaming” symbol will appear if the phone swit- ches to an alternate network provider.

  • Page 26: Using The Phone

    SING THE PHONE Using the phone General Use the arrow keys ▲ /▼ to scroll though the menus All the functions can be accessed via the various menus. • and the lists (e. g. phonebook). • Press Back, to return to the last step. •...

  • Page 27: External Display (sub Lcd)

    SING THE PHONE Use the arrow keys ▲ /▼/ ◀/▶ to place the cursor and and enter the second letter. • press Delete for deleting characters. Important Note: If the display light turns off, any key- stroke activates only the light again. You must press the desired button a second time to perform the function.

  • Page 28: Using The Torch

    SING THE PHONE Switch on: Press and hold the red end call key until the dis- play light will be switched on. Enter the PIN code for your SIM card and press OK. Entering the PIN code is not requi- red if this feature is switched off for your SIM card (refer to page 66 “SIM lock“...

  • Page 29: Dialling A Phone Number / Calling

    SING THE PHONE Dialling a phone number / Calling • The phone must be in standby (SIM card inserted and the phone switched on). • Enter the telephone number incl. the prefix. For ente- ring a + in front of the country prefix press quickly two times.

  • Page 30: Dialling With The One−touch Dialling Keys

    SING THE PHONE Dialling with the one−touch dialling keys • Make sure, a phone number is assigned to the respective key. Press the desired one-touch dialling key. Each stored number is dialled. To program the one-touch dialling keys see "Storing a phonebook entry to an one-touch dialling key,"...

  • Page 31: Setting The Volume

    SING THE PHONE Use the right softkey to switch off the ring tone (“Silent“). After this you can reject the call by pres- sing the right softkey (“Reject“). Pressing the left softkey you take the call with Ans- wer. Setting the volume •...

  • Page 32: Options Whilst In A Call

    SING THE PHONE Options whilst in a call You can select the following Options with the left softkey: Hold -> The call is put on hold. To retrieve the call press Options/Retrieve End single call -> End the call (same as end call key).

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    SING THE PHONE press Options -> Phonebook or Call history to select an entry. Press Options and select Call - OK. • When the second subscriber answers, press Options and select Conference - OK to establish the 3-party conference. Press Options -> Switch to toggle between the two subscribers.

  • Page 34: Phonebook" Menu

    “P “ HONEBOOK MENU “Phonebook“ menu You can save names and phone numbers in the internal memory (up to 300 entries) and on the SIM card. Opening the phonebook • In standby press Names • During a call press Options, select Phonebook and press OK.

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    “P “ HONEBOOK MENU • Select whether the new entry should be stored to the phone’s memory or to the SIM card and press OK. Note: If the entry is saved to the SIM card, you can only enter the name and one phone number. Enter the name and press ▼.

  • Page 36: Calling From The Phonebook

    “P “ HONEBOOK MENU numbers for this entry (office, mobile. . .), an email address or a company name. • When you are finished entering information for the new entry, press Options -> Save. Note: Your personal ringtone You can record e. g. “Peter is calling“ as a ringtone. Did you associate this ringtone to phonebook entry “Peter“...

  • Page 37: Editing A Phonebook Entry

    “P “ HONEBOOK MENU Editing a phonebook entry • Press Names to open the phonebook. • Select an entry, press Options, select Edit and press • Edit the entry. • Press Options -> Save. Deleting a phonebook entry • Press Names to open the phonebook. •...

  • Page 38: Copying/moving All Phonebook Entries

    “P “ HONEBOOK MENU Copying/moving all phonebook entries • Press Names -> Options -> Phonebook settings -> Copy/Move contacts. Select whether the contacts in the phone should be copied/moved to the SIM card or vice-versa and confirm. Note: The contacts will be deleted from their origi- nal location when moved! Storing a phonebook entry to a speed dialling key •...

  • Page 39: Storing A Phonebook Entry To An One−touch Dialling Key

    “P “ HONEBOOK MENU • The phonebook is opened. Select an entry and press Storing a phonebook entry to an one−touch dialling key • Press Menu -> Settings -> Direct Number -> OK Change the name for the key if necessary and press ▼. •...

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    “P “ HONEBOOK MENU Further options With the phonebook open and an entry selected press Options and select one of the following options: • View: The entry is shown • Send text message: Send a SMS to the respective phone number. •...

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    “P “ HONEBOOK MENU • Phonebook settings • Preferred storage: Select where new entries should be saved (SIM card, telephone). • Speed dial: Switch on the speed dial function and edit the speed dial buttons. • Memory status: Shows the number of entries on the SIM card and in the phone.

  • Page 42: Messages" Menu

    “M “ ESSAGES MENU “Messages“ menu You can send and receive text messages (SMS / Short Message Service) and multimedia messages (MMS). Received messages are stored either internally in the phone or on the SIM card. Unread messages are stored in the Inbox.

  • Page 43: Text Message Settings

    “M “ ESSAGES MENU • Broadcast message: If your provider supports this ser- vice you can change some parameters in this menu. Note: These settings should only be changed by advan- ced users. • Message settings: You can change some of the SMS related parameters.

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    “M “ ESSAGES MENU green tick). • Select the desired profile, press Options, select Activate or Edit and press Select. • Editing options include: change the Profile name and the SMSC address (the phone number for - Validity period (change the setting using ◀ and ▶). your provider’s SMS centre).

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    “M “ ESSAGES MENU - Voicemail server: You can change your voicemail phone number. If you have questions, please con- tact your network provider. Exit the menu by pressing Back or Save. - Memory status: the status of the SIM and phone memory is displayed.

  • Page 46: Multimedia Message Settings

    “M “ ESSAGES MENU Multimedia message settings Note about MMS: Both you and the recipient must have a subscription that supports drafting and sending multime- dia messages. This type of profile or account is often pre- installed. If not, you can get the information from your network provider.

  • Page 47: Service Message Settings

    “M “ ESSAGES MENU - Retrieval: Settings for treating a MMS as Home netwo..., Roaming, Filters, Read report, Delivery rep..- Preferred storage: Select, where the MMS should be stored to (Memory card or Phone). - Memory status: The status of the SIM and phone memory is displayed.

  • Page 48: Writing And Sending A Sms/mms

    “M “ ESSAGES MENU Writing and sending a SMS/MMS • Press Menu, select Messages -> Write message -> Text message/Multimedia message and press OK. • Write your message using the digit keys. For more information for entering text refer to chapter “Using the phone / General“...

  • Page 49: Reading/deleting Messages And Further Options

    “M “ ESSAGES MENU • Press Options, select Send and press OK. Reading/deleting messages and further options • Press Menu, select Messages-> Inbox and press OK. • Select a message. • Press Options when viewing the list. You have the fol- lowing options: View: The message is displayed.

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    “M “ ESSAGES MENU Delete several: Marking options for bulk deleting several messages. Press Options when displaying the SMS content to open the following options: Reply by SMS/MMS: Reply to the number from which the message was sent. Call sender: Call the sender on the phone. Forward: Forward the text to a different number.

  • Page 51: Call Center" Menu

    “C “ ALL CENTER MENU “Call center“ menu A new call is shown on the display. • Press Back to delete the message. The icon for a new call appears in the display. You can see this call “nor- mally“ in the Missed calls list. •...

  • Page 52: Deleting The Calls List

    “C “ ALL CENTER MENU Send text message: Send a SMS to the phone num- ber. Send multimedia message: Send a MMS to the phone number. Save to Phonebook: (only available if there is no respective entry in the phonebook yet) save the entry in the phonebook.

  • Page 53: Further Options

    “C “ ALL CENTER MENU Further options • Press Menu, select Call center and press OK. • Block list: You can enter a list of phone numbers to be blocked. If you activate this feature calls from phones with the respective numbers will not be sig- nalled any more.

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    “C “ ALL CENTER MENU ed an incoming call will be taken by opening the cover. If you select Any key incoming calls can be taken by any key (except the right softkey and the red end call key). When the "Auto answer when headset mode" setting is on and a headset is plugged in, calls will be auto- matically accepted.

  • Page 55: Sos" Menu

    “SOS“ MENU “SOS“ menu This phone is equipped with an emergency call function. You can register up to 5 personal phone numbers for automatic periodic dialling or an emergency phone num- ber for an emergency call centre. Selecting an emergency call destination •...

  • Page 56: Select An Outgoing Emergency Voice Message

    “SOS“ MENU from the phonebook or Enter number, to enter the phone number manually. • Select Call center number -> OK and enter the desired phone number. Note: It is forbidden to enter a public emergency number such as police, fire and rescue control cen- tre.

  • Page 57: Recording A Personal Emergency Voice Message

    “SOS“ MENU Recording a personal emergency voice message • Press Menu, select SOS -> Set outgoing voice MSG and press OK. • Select Custom and press OK. • Select Record and press OK. • Speak your personal outgoing message to the micro- phone.

  • Page 58: Emergency Call Procedure

    “SOS“ MENU Emergency call procedure Press the emergency call button on the back of the device for approx. 2-3 seconds. When the automatic SOS call starts you will hear a siren tone. When “Set 5 numbers“ is set: • The first phone number will be dialled. •...

  • Page 59: Cancel The Emergency Call Function

    “SOS“ MENU will be activated at your side and you can talk to the called person directly. • Note: Please mention explicitly in your personal emergency message, that the called party will have to press key “0“ to be able to speak with you. If not, the loop continues.

  • Page 60: Settings" Menu

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU “Settings“ menu Profiles You can store different profiles (special settings depen- dent on user and surroundings), which you can switch quickly. • Press Menu, select Settings -> Profiles and press OK. • Select one of the profiles and press Options. •...

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    “S “ ETTINGS MENU Ringtone volume: Select the volume for the ring tone. Message - Set the tone for an incoming message. Message volume: Select the volume for the inco- ming message tone. Keypad - Select whether the confirmation of a pressed button should be confirmed with a Click, a Tone, Human voice tone (with a voice prompt when entering a digit) or Silent.

  • Page 62: Direct Number

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU cover. System alert - Switch the sound on/off for sys- tem notifications. The new settings will only take effect if you press Options again and select Save, once the modificati- ons are done. Direct number You can assign important phone numbers to the one−touch dialling keys M1, M2 and M3.

  • Page 63: Switching Boost On And Off

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU Switching Boost on and off • Press Menu, select Settings -> Boost Setting and press • Select On to activate the Boost function permanently or Off to deactivate it. During a call the volume control can be used to adjust the volume level in both Boost ON or OFF modes.

  • Page 64

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU Schedule power on/off: You can set up to two auto- matic switch on/off times for your phone. • Select Enable or Disable and press OK. Under "Status", using the arrow keys ◀/▶ select • Select an entry and press OK. •...

  • Page 65

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU Power on display/Power off display: Select an animation which should be played when powe- ring the phone on/off. Sub LCD Clock type: Select a type for the clock on the external display. some menus to the navigation key ▲ /▼/◀/▶. Pres- Dedicated key: You can assign quick access for sing the respective key in standby opens the assig- ned menu directly.

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    “S “ ETTINGS MENU Power On/off Mode Setting: If this function is switched on, the three LEDs below the external display blink briefly several times when the mobi- le is turned on/off. Flap LED Mode setting: If this function is switched on, the three LEDs below the external display blink briefly several times when the mobile is ope- ned/closed.

  • Page 67: Network Settings

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU fication for missed calls (left LED display) should be turned on or off. Network settings • Press Menu, select Settings -> Network settings and press OK. • You have the following options: Network selection: Select whether the network selection should be automatic or manual (Selection mode), start a New search or select a network from the list (Select network).

  • Page 68: Security Settings

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU Security settings • Press Menu, select Settings -> Security settings and press OK. • You have the following options: SIM security: PIN lock: You can turn on or off the request for the SIM PIN when the phone is switched on. This is not allowed for some SIM cards/providers.

  • Page 69: Bluetooth

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU Bluetooth • Press Menu, select Settings -> Bluetooth and press • You have the following options: Power: Switching the function on or off. You can change the setting with the left softkey. Visibility: Select whether your phone is visible for other Bluetooth devices when the Bluetooth functi- on is activated.

  • Page 70

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU Connect (with the paired device) Service list Rename Delete Delete all My name: The Bluetooth name. Can be changed. Preferred storage: Select the preferred storage (Phone/Memory card). Note: If your phone is connected to a Bluetooth hands- free device you must copy your phone book entries from your SIM card to the phone (see page 36) before you can use the hands-free device to call those num-...

  • Page 71: Restore Settings

    “S “ ETTINGS MENU Restore settings You can reset the phone to its factory settings. • Press Menu, select Settings -> Restore settings and press OK. • Enter the phone phone password (0000 in delivery state) and press OK. • Press Yes in the following confirmation query.

  • Page 72: Organizer" Menu

    “O “ RGANIZER MENU “Organizer“ menu Calender You can set the calendar from January 1970 to December 2030. With Options the following functions are available: • View • View all • Add event • Delete event • Jump to date •...

  • Page 73: Alarm

    “O “ RGANIZER MENU Press the navigation key ▲/▼/◀/▶ to select the operati- • on sign (+ - x ÷). • Enter the next digit(s). • Press OK or the red button in the centre of the naviga- tion key to carry out the operation. Alarm You can set 5 different alarms, which will sound once, daily or only on certain days.

  • Page 74: Tasks

    “O “ RGANIZER MENU Tasks After pressing Add you can define tasks. There are various options available. Stopwatch The stopwatch has various features. • Typical stopwatch • Split timing: Stopwatch with split timing and total time. Press Start to start the function, Split to take the split time (the total time is still displayed), Pause or the red button in the centre of the naviga- tion key stops the stopwatch with saving ability,...

  • Page 75

    “O “ RGANIZER MENU centre of the navigation key stops the stopwatch with saving ability, and after pressing Options you can Reset or Continue the stopwatch. • View records: list of the stored records. • nWay stopwatch The nWay stopwatch is composed of 4 parallel stop- tion key ▲...

  • Page 76: Services" Menu

    “S “ ERVICES MENU “Services“ menu The items in this menu depend on your network operator. Please check with your provider for details. Helpline 0844 800 6503 (See page 83 for costs and hours of operation)

  • Page 77: Multimedia" Menu

    “M “ ULTIMEDIA MENU “Multimedia“ menu Camera/Camcorder • Press Menu, select Multimedia -> Camera and press OK. The installed camera will be switched on in picture mode. The current image will be shown on the display. • When in camera mode press Options to see the follo- wing options: Switch to video recorder: Switch to video recorder mode.

  • Page 78

    “M “ ULTIMEDIA MENU Anti-flicker: Anti-flicker setting. Delay timer: Delay timer setting. Press Save. Image settings Image size: Setting the image size for the photo (max. 1600 x 1200). Image quality: Defining the image quality (best quality: good). Press Save. White balance: Selecting the settings for white balancing.

  • Page 79: Gallery

    “M “ ULTIMEDIA MENU • When in video recorder mode press Options to see the following options: Switch to camera: Switch to camera mode. Camcorder settings: Anti-flicker setting. Video settings: Defining the video quality (best quality: Handset high quality). Storage: Select whether the videos should be saved on the telephone or on the memory card.

  • Page 80

    “M “ ULTIMEDIA MENU Send: Option for sending the image as an MMS or via Bluetooth. Image information: information about the image. Browse style: Select the style (List style/Matrix style). Send: Option for sending the image as a MMS or via Bluetooth.

  • Page 81: Video Player

    “M “ ULTIMEDIA MENU Video player • Press Menu, select Multimedia -> Video player and press OK. List of the existing video files. • Press Options. You have the following options: Play: Play the video file with further options (navi- Start/Pause: press ■.

  • Page 82: Sound Recorder

    “M “ ULTIMEDIA MENU Storage: Select the storage location for videos (tele- phone/memory card). Sound recorder • Press Menu, select Multimedia -> Sound recorder and press OK. • Press Options. You have the following options: New record: Record an audio file. List: List of the existing audio files with additional options: Play: Play an audio file.

  • Page 83: Helpline 0844 800 6503

    “F “ ILE MANAGER MENU “File manager“ menu You can edit the storage media (Phone/Memory card) in this menu. Selecting Open displays the respective directo- ry structure and additional editing options are available. Format formats the respective memory - ATTENTION: All content will be irrevocably deleted! Helpline 0844 800 6503 (See page 83 for costs and hours of operation)

  • Page 84: Ppendix

    PPENDIX Appendix Technical data Quad-Band 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz Additional functions Bluetooth, torch, emergency call function Battery Li-Ion, 3.7 V, 900 mAh Maximum earpiece volume +35 dB Talk time up to 7 hours Standby time up to 8 days Dimensions approx.

  • Page 85: Service Hotline

    PPENDIX Service hotline Should problems arise with the telephone, please refer to the following information first. In the event of technical problems, please contact our service hotline under tel. 0844 800 6503 (Using a UK landline, at the time of going to print: calls cost 6p for connection charge and then 5p a minute.

  • Page 86

    PPENDIX No signal quality is No network displayed. connection. The mobile phone is in a location where there is no network service. Move to a diffe- rent location or contact your ser- vice provider. Keypad does not The operating speed of the dis- function or only play is reduced in the case of functions very slowly.

  • Page 87

    PPENDIX Screen frozen or no Remove the battery for 3 minutes response when and try again. pressing keys. No connection to the Contact your service provider. mobile telecommunicati- on network. The “Insert SIM“ mes- Ensure that the SIM card has sage appears in the been installed correctly.

  • Page 88: Tips On The Battery

    PPENDIX unit with a soft, dry cloth. − Charge the mobile for 4 hours. Tips on the battery • Only use batteries, cables and charging unit approved by the manufacturer, otherwise the battery could be damaged. • Do not short circuit the battery. Always leave the batte- ry in the phone to avoid accidentally short circuiting the battery contacts.

  • Page 89: Intended Use

    PPENDIX Intended use This mobile phone is designed for use when connected to a mobile phone network. Any other use is considered unintended use. Unauthorised modification or recon- struction is not permitted. Under no circumstances open the device or complete any repair work yourself. Areas of use •...

  • Page 90: Safety Information

    PPENDIX Safety Information • Prevent exposure to smoke, dust, vibration, chemicals, moisture, heat and direct sunlight. The phone is not waterproof; therefore, keep it dry. • Only use original accessories and batteries. Never attempt to connect other products. • If you want to connect the phone to another device, read the manual supplied with that device with regard to any detailed safety information.

  • Page 91

    PPENDIX • The ringing tone is issued via the loudspeaker. Take an incoming call first and then hold the phone to your ear. This prevents any possible hearing damage. • Only use the phone while driving or riding a transport vehicle in road traffic when using the approved hands- free equipment and appropriately positioned holders.

  • Page 92: Power Adapter Plug

    PPENDIX • This phone is hearing aid compatible. If you wear a hearing aid, however, please contact your doctor or the hearing aid manufacturer to inquire about any pos- sible impairments through mobile communication equipment. • Do not rely on the mobile phone as a safeguard for emergencies.

  • Page 93: Disposal

    PPENDIX Disposal In order to dispose of your device, take it to a collection point provided by your local public waste authorities (e.g. recycling centre). Accor- ding to laws on the disposal of electronic and electrical devices, owners are obliged to dispo- se of old electronic and electrical devices in a separate waste container.

  • Page 94: Declaration Of Conformity

    PPENDIX ded at collection points by local public waste authorities. Disposal is free of charge. The symbols indicate that the batteries must not be disposed of in nor- mal domestic waste and that they must be brought to collection points provided by local public waste authorities.

  • Page 95: Maintenance

    Clean the housing surfaces with a soft, fluff−free cloth. Do not use any cleaning agents or solvents. Guarantee AMPLICOMMS equipment is produced and tested accor- ding to the latest production methods. The implementati- on of carefully chosen materials and highly developed technologies ensure trouble−free functioning and a long...

  • Page 96

    If your device shows signs of defect during the period of guarantee, please return it to the sales outlet in which you purchased the AMPLICOMMS device together with the purchase receipt. All claims under the terms of guarantee Helpline 0844 800 6503...

  • Page 97

    PPENDIX in accordance with this agreement can only be asserted at the sales outlet. No claims under the terms of guarantee can be asserted after a period of two years from the date of purchase and hand−over of the product. Helpline 0844 800 6503 (See page 83 for costs and hours of operation)

  • Page 98: Index

    NDEX Index 3-party conference..30 Cancel the emergency call function ..57 Charging the battery . . . 10 Alarm....71 Charging via the mini Areas of use .

  • Page 99

    NDEX Emergency call numbers ... . . 53 Keytone ....59 Emergency call procedure ... . 56 Emergency voice Language .

  • Page 100

    NDEX Restore settings ..69 Ring type... . . 58 One−touch Ringtone ... . . 58 dialling .

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    NDEX Taking a call ..13, 28 Tasks ....72 Technical data..82 Text message settings.

  • Page 102: Menu Tree

    ENU TREE Menu tree Messages Write message Inbox Drafts Outbox Sent messages Broadcast messages Message settings Text message Memory status Text msg. counter Save sent messages Preferred storage Multimedia message Data account Common settings Service message Phonebook (Option) View Send text message Send multimedia message Call Edit...

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    ENU TREE Groups Phonebook settings Preferred storage Speed dial Memory status Copy contacts Move contacts Delete all contacts Call center Call history Missed calls Dialled calls Received calls Delete call logs Block list Auto redial Call time display Call time reminder Answer mode SOS mode setting Set SOS numbers...

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    ENU TREE Phone settings Time and date Schedule power on/off Language Pref. input methods Display Wallpaper Power on display Power off display Sub LCD Clock type Dedicated key Extra settings Main LCD backlight Night mode Power On/off Mode Setting Flap LED Mode setting Incoming SMS Mode Setting Incoming Call Mode Setting Missed SMS Mode Setting...

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    ENU TREE Change PIN Change PIN2 Phone security Phone lock Change password Bluetooth Power Visibility My device My name Preferred storage Restore settings Organizer Calendar Calculator Alarm Tasks Stopwatch Services (depending on network provider) Multimedia Camera Gallery Video player Sound recorder File manager Helpline 0844 800 6503 (See page 83 for costs and hours of operation)

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  • Peter Maddock Jul 01, 2016 05:37:
    Amplicomms 7500. Can I find out in the Menu the cash balance on my Pay as you Go, please?