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   Summary of Contents for Cisco Cisco DX70

  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Cisco DX70 Cisco DX80 User Guide D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 2 All entries in the table of contents are Best Practice ................ 4 Presentation ................31 clickable hyperlinks that will take you Tour the Cisco DX70 ............. 5 to the corresponding topic. WebEx Meetings Tour the Cisco DX80 ............. 6 Start a Scheduled WebEx Meeting ........33 To go between chapters, you may Set Up Your Device for the First Time ........
  • Page 3 Introduction D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 4: Introduction

    Look straight participants. into the camera when you present. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 5: Cisco Dx70

    Microphone mute button and loudspeaker volume  LAN expansion connection. Connect your Mode only. controls PC LAN here to let your Cisco DX70 and The usual Android navigation buttons PC share a common LAN connection  Loudspeaker (Back, Home, and Recently Used ...
  • Page 6: Cisco Dx80

    Focused mode. This mode suppresses Apps) are shown when the Call app is extraneous noise without affecting your voice. You computer LAN here to let your Cisco DX80 and running. may change the microphone mode to Wide, as...
  • Page 7: Set Up Your Device For The First Time

    After you run this wizard, in most When you start the system for the first time, You receive a prompt to log into Cisco You receive a prompt to sign in to WebEx cases, your receive a prompt to you are invited to run a wizard.
  • Page 8: Set A Pin Or Password To Restrict Access

    Tap Continue when you are done. four-digit PIN code. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 To prevent lockout, you now receive a prompt to confirm Tap Home when you are done. Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 your PIN code.
  • Page 9: If You Forget Your Pin Or Password

    Emergency calls. Note that locked screens still let you place emergency calls. Tap the ? in the upper right corner. You now need to log in with your credentials. Tap Cisco Enter username and password. User or Google. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Your PIN or password are now reset.
  • Page 10: Lock And Unlock Screen

    Tap the ? in the upper right corner. To unlock the screen, enter your PIN or password. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 11: Set Or Change Screen-lock Timeout

    Tap in the lower right corner, as shown. Tap Settings ( ) when the icon appears. Select a timeout value. Tap Home to exit the Settings. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 12: Call Tasks

    Call Tasks D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 13: Answer Call

    Tap Answer to accept the call or Decline to reject it. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 14: Disconnect Call

    You must resume the call in order to end it. To disconnect yourself from an ongoing call, tap End. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 15: Hold And Resume

    Your screen now looks as shown, and music plays while the call remains on hold. To resume the call, tap D1510408 English Resume. User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 16: Place Call

    (See the illustration at left for more information.) Use the virtual keyboard to enter name, number, or address and then tap the green Call button. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 17: Use Contacts Or Recents To Place Call

    Either tap Recents or Contacts and scroll the list vertically. Tap the green Call button to place the call. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 18: Use Speed-dials To Place Call

    Call menu. Tap a speed-dial entry to place a call with this feature. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 19: Video Call Basics

    Tap End to terminate the call. If you want to see what others see from your system, tap Self-view (in the upper right corner). D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 20: Activate Self-view

    Tap Self-view. The self-view uses the full screen. Tap menu. Remove ( ) (not shown) to stop showing the self-view. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 21: Send A Voicemail

    Enter the name, number, or address of the The display returns to display a list of the receiver. When you finish, tap Send. Messages. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 22: Listen To A Voicemail

    If more than one voicemail is new, choose one to listen to. Tap Pause to temporarily halt the playback. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 23: Reply To A Voicemail

    Tap Reply ( ) or Reply All ( ). Tap Record. Tap Done when the recording has been Tap Re-record, if needed. Tap Send. made. D1510408 English Tap Done. User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 24: Forward A Voicemail

    Tap Done when the recording has been Select the recipient. Tap Send. made. D1510408 English Tap Done to finish the forwarding. User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 25: Delete A Voicemail

    ) in the upper right delete. corner. Delete a Voicemail From the Playback Panel Tap Recycle Bin ( ) to delete the voicemail. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 26: Store And Retrieve Active Call With Call Park

    D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 27: Transfer A Call

    Tap the green Call icon. the recipient. Talk to the new recipient, if necessary. Then, The call is now transferred. tap Transfer. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 28: Create Conference

    When the new recipient answers, tap Tap End to terminate the conference. Merge to generate the conference. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 29: Start Or Join A Meet Me Conference

    Wait a minute, then try your call again. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 30: Share Content

    Share Content D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 31: Presentation

    The camera senses what you do to it and automatically flips the image vertically. Thus, the image appears as expected to the far end. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 32: Webex Meetings

    WebEx Meetings D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 33: Start A Scheduled Webex Meeting

    Use the Calendar application or the WebEx app itself to schedule a new WebEx meeting. The system connects you to the conference. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 34: Contacts

    Contacts D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 35: Add Someone From Call History To Contacts

    To create a completely new contact, tap Create new contact. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 36: Make Someone A Favorite

    To remove someone from the list of Favorites, tap the asterisk again. The color of the asterisk changes back from yellow to gray. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 37: Allocate Numbers To Speed-dial

    D1510408 English Specify the speed-dial code to associate with The speed-dial allocation and the User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 this person. In this example, the speed-dial corresponding code are shown as indicated. Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 code is 1.
  • Page 38: Camera In Video Calls

    Camera in Video Calls D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 39: Set The Camera Exposure Level

    The camera senses what you do to it and automatically flips the image vertically. Thus, the image appears as expected to the far end. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 40: Settings

    Settings D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 41: Access The Settings Menu

    If in doubt, contact your system administrator. Tap the lower right corner, then tap the Settings icon ( ). D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 42: Bluetooth

    With Bluetooth, you can pair your mobile phone with your DX device so that you can use the microphone and speaker of the Cisco DX device to communicate with callers to your mobile phone. You can use your Cisco DX device to place and receive calls with your mobile phone.
  • Page 43: Microphone Mode (cisco Dx80 Only)

    We recommend that you use Focused mode when you are the In Settings, tap Sound and then tap Microphone mode. only speaker in front of the Cisco DX80. Use Wide mode when several speakers are in front of the Cisco DX80.
  • Page 44: Accessibility Overview

    Dual Independent Displays with Mobility-Impaired Accessibility Features an external monitor through use of High-Definition Multimedia Interface Built-in speakerphone Cisco DX70 and Cisco DX80 do not include a handset. By default, (HDMI) • calls are video/speakerphone calls. Compatibility with Android Talkback and Explore by Touch •...
  • Page 45: Accessibility Procedures (i)

    Enable TalkBack 1. In the Settings application, tap Accessibility. 2. Tap TalkBack. 3. Toggle TalkBack on. 4. Tap OK. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 46: Accessibility Procedures (ii)

    1. In the Settings application, tap Accessibility. 2. Tap Touch & hold delay. 3. Select a short, medium, or long delay. D1510408 English User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 47: Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved

    Activate the Back button. Swipe down then left Swipe right then down Open notifications. D1510408 English Swipe left then up Activate the Recent button. User Guide Cisco DX70, Cisco DX80 Produced: June 2015, All Contents © 2014–15 Cisco Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • Page 48 Cisco has more than 200 offices worldwide. Addresses, phone numbers, and fax numbers are listed on the Cisco Website at www.cisco.com/go/offices. Cisco and the Cisco Logo are trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. A listing of Cisco’s trademarks can be found at www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Third party trademarks mentioned are the...

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