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1 Primo 405 by Doro Operating Instructions

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3 1. Receiver loudspeaker Making phone calls holding the cell phone to the ear 2. Display 3. Left soft key Selection of the main menu Right soft key Opening the telephone directory 4. Call button Dialling and answering call; opening the call log. 5. Arrow keys In idle state for opening the quick access list. for opening the message. Scrolling up and down in menus and lists. 6. Speed-dial buttons Speed-dialling of the numbers saved under M1 and M2 with one keystroke 7. * key In idle state: to enter: * / + / P / W ; Input of text: input of special characters 8. # key In idle state: long keystroke to toggle between ring tone on/off; For inputs: shifting between input modes. 9. Microphone 10. Numerical keys In idle state: input of phone number; long keystroke on 1: calling the voice mail box (telephone number must be saved); 11. Torch button Switches the torch on/off 12. Exit key Exiting a call, returning to idle state; switching the phone on/off 13. Headset connector For standard headset with 3.5 mm phone jack 14. +/- keys Sets the volume of ring tone/loudspeaker 15. LEDs Notification of missed calls and received text messages Charging of battery 16. Camera lens 17. Flash LED / Torch 18. Loudspeaker For hands-free mode and ringing 19. Micro USB port For battery charger or connection to PC 20. Charging contact To charge the device in the charging cradle 21. Charging cradle To charge the telephone i

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5 Contents Installation Package contents Inserting the SIM card, memory card and rechargeable battery Charging Symbols Auxiliary functions Display status symbols Operation Activating the phone Standby (Idle mode) Changing the language, time and date Making phone calls Selecting phone numbers from the phone directory Answering a call Volume control Entering text Call options Call waiting Call information Silent Headset Emergency calls Telephone book Creating an entry in the telephone book My number Creating ICE entry (In Case of Emergency) Managing phonebook entries ICE (In Case of Emergency)

6 Messaging Creating and sending SMS Creating and sending MMS Inbox, Sent, Outbox Call history Camera (take photos) Image viewer Audio player FM radio File manager Connecting the phone to a computer Drag and drop content between phone and a computer Disconnect the USB cable safely Settings Basic settings Call settings Voice mail (Mailbox) Network settings Security settings Restore factory settings Bluetooth Data accounts SMS settings MMS settings Settings for service message User profiles

7 Organizer Calendar Calculator Alarm Stopwatch File manager Magnifying glass Appendix Safety instructions Network services and fees Operating environment Medical devices Cardiac pacemakers Explosive areas Protection from too high volume at the ear Emergency calls Vehicles Care and maintenance Warranty and service information Technical data Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) U3 Approval and Conformity U3 3

8 Installation Package contents 1 mobile phone 1 energy-efficient switch-mode power supply 1 charging cradle 1 rechargeable battery Li-Ion 3.7 V / mah 1 micro-sd memory card (128 MB/already installed) 1 stereo headset 1 operating instructions IMPORTANT! First switch the phone off and disconnect it from the battery charger before you remove the cover of the battery compartment. Inserting the SIM card, memory card and rechargeable battery The SIM card and memory card holder are located behind the rechargeable battery. 1. Remove the cover of the battery compartment by placing a thumb on the cover s riffle on the rear of the telephone casing and pushing the cover downwards. If the rechargeable battery is inserted, remove it by lifting it on the notch at the top using a finger nail. 2. Insert the SIM card by carefully pushing it under the metal bracket on the lower side. Make sure the contacts of the SIM card point downwards and the cut-off corner fits exactly in the recessed shaping of the holder. The contacts of the SIM card must not be scratched or bent. Try not to touch the contacts with your fingers. 4

9 3. Micro-SD card To use the performance features of your phone that require more memory, in particular photos, music etc., a micro SD memory card is needed. In your phone a 128 MB memory card is already installed. For replacing proceed as follows: Slightly press onto card holder on the left side and carefully push it in towards the left hand casing edge. The memory card holder now can be folded up vertically. Remove the old memory card and place the new memory card in the black plastic holder in a form- locking manner. Make sure the contacts of the memory card point downwards and the "lug" is placed in the marked area. The contact of the memory card must not be scratched or bent. Push the metal bracket back down, pressing it flat and slide it away from the edge of the housing until it snaps into place. 4. Insert the rechargeable battery by pushing it into the battery compartment ensuring that the three contacts on the front touch the three spring contacts on the bottom in the battery compartment. 5. Replace the cover and push it upward using gentle pressure with the thumb until it snaps securely into place again. IMPORTANT! Use memory cards that are compatible with this device only. Compatible card types are: micro SD, micro SDHC. Incompatible cards may damage the card itself, the device as well as the data saved on the card. 5

10 CAUTION Charging Use rechargeable batteries, battery chargers and accessories that are approved for this specific model only. Connecting other accessories involves risks and may lead to the lapse of the approval of the device type and the loss of warranty. When the battery performance is low, the empty battery symbol flashes to indicate the battery state and an alarm signal will sound. To recharge the battery, connect the mains adapter to the micro USB connector on the bottom side of the phone. Alternatively, you can place the telephone into the charging cradle connected to the mains adapter. When the battery charger is connected to the phone, the red charging LED is on. The battery charge status moves when the battery is charging (visible in the upper right corner of the display). A complete charging process of the rechargeable battery takes approximately 3 hours. When the battery is fully charged the animation of the battery charging status stops. Note! To save energy, the lighting goes out after a while. Press any key to activate the display lighting. The full battery power is reached once the rechargeable battery has been charged 3-4 times. The battery performance decreases over time. This means calling and stand- by times become shorter with regular use. Saving energy When the rechargeable battery is fully charged and you have disconnected the battery charger from the device, remove the plug of the charger from the main socket. 6

11 Symbols Auxiliary functions The following symbols refer to information on auxiliary functions in the operating instructions for: visibility listening handling safety Display status symbols Signal strength Battery charging status New entries in the call log (missed calls) An alarm time is set Bluetooth enabled Existing GPRS connection Headset connected USB connection MMS is being sent Only vibration Sound and vibration First vibration, then sound Unread SMS Unread MMS Indicates that a micro SD card is inserted. 7

12 Operation Activating the phone Hold the read button on the telephone for approx. 5 seconds to turn it on/off. If the SIM card is valid but protected with a PIN code (Personal Identification Number), Enter PIN is displayed. Enter the SIM PIN code and press OK ( upper left corner of keypad). Delete with Delete ( upper right corner of keypad). Note! If no PIN and PUK codes were delivered with your SIM card or you no longer have the PIN or PUK codes, please contact your provider. Remaining attempts shows the number of PIN attempts left. If no attempts are left, PIN blocked will be shown. The SIM card then must be unblocked using the PUK code (Personal Unblocking Key). 1. Enter the PUK code and confirm with OK. 2. Enter a new PIN code and confirm with OK. 3. Enter the new PIN code again and confirm it with OK. Standby (Idle mode) When the phone is operational and you have not performed any keystroke, the phone is in the standby mode. The left soft key in the standby mode is for Menu. The right soft ke y in the standby mode is for Names. Tip: You can press at any time, to return to the standby mode. 8

13 Changing the language, time and date The default language is determined by the SIM card. See Telephone settings, starting from page 27, for changing the language, time and date. Making phone calls 1. Enter the phone number with the area code. You can delete digits with Delete. 2. Press to dial. Press Cancel to cancel dialling. 3. Press to end the call. Tip: For international calls, always enter a + symbol before the country code to be able to use the address book optimally in any country. Press the * button twice to enter an international area code. Selecting phone numbers from the phone directory 1. Press Names to open the phone directory. 2. Use the arrow buttons to scroll through the telephone directory or perform a quick search by pressing the key that corresponds to the initial letter of the entry in the directory, see Entering text, p To dial the desired entry, press Call or press Back, to return to standby mode. Answering a call 1. Press or Answer to accept the call or press Reject to reject the call (busy signal). Alternatively, you can press to reject the call directly. 2. Press to end the call. 9

14 Volume control You can adjust the volume during a call using the side buttons +/. The volume will be shown on the display. Entering text You can enter texts by repeatedly pressing the numeric keys for selection of the characters. Repeatedly press the corresponding key until the desired character is displayed. Wait until the blue background of the current character has disappeared until you enter the next one. With * you can display a list of special characters. Select the desired character using or * and # to move left or right and press OK to enter. Use the keys, to move the cursor within the text. With # you can shift between upper-case and lower-case letters and numeric characters. The symbol at the top left in the display indicates the input mode: Abc Capitalization of the first letter after a full stop (beginning of sentence). ABC CAPITALISATION abc lower-case letters 123 numeric characters Call options During a call, you can access other functions using the soft keys ( ): Options (left soft key) A menu with the following options will be displayed: Hold/Retrieve Hold/continue current call. End single call End current call (as with ). Phonebook Search telephone book. Call history Open call history. Messaging Read or write SMS messages. Mute Turn off microphone. 10

15 H-Free (right soft key) Activates the loudspeaker so you do not have to hold the phone to your head while speaking. Speak clearly into the microphone from a distance of maximum 1 m. Using the side buttons +/-, you can set the volume of the loudspeaker. Press H-Held to return to normal mode. Attention: Before you switch to loudspeaker, hold the device at least 1 m from your ear to avoid loud noises that might accidentally damage your ear! Note! The handsfree function allows only one person at a time to talk. Switching between talk/listen is triggered by the sound of the person talking. Loud noises (music, etc.) in the background may interfere with the function. Call waiting An alert tone will be heard if there is an incoming call while talking. To put the current call on hold and answer the incoming call, press Options, select Answer and press OK. Tip: Call waiting must be activated, see Call waiting, p. 30. Call information During a call, the outgoing or incoming phone number and the elapsed call time is displayed. If the identity of the caller is withheld, Unknown is displayed. 11

16 Silent Silent is a fixed profile with Keypad tone, Message tone and Ring tone disabled, while Vibration, Tasks and Alarm are unchanged. Tip: Press and hold shortcut button # to activate/deactivate Silent. Headset When a headset is connected, the internal microphone in the phone is automatically disconnected. When receiving a call you can use the answer key on the headset cable (if it has one) to answer and end calls. CAUTION Using a headset at high volume may damage your hearing. Adjust the volume level carefully when using a headset. Emergency calls If the telephone is switched on, you can make an emergency call at any time by entering the emergency number valid in the respective country and then pressing. In some networks emergency calls are permitted even without a valid SIM card. For more information contact your network provider. Note! Please also note that since 2009 it is no longer possible to call the emergency number 112 in Germany without an activated SIM card. Credit is not required however, the SIM card must be registered and activated. The misuse of the emergency number 112 may be persecuted and punished with a fine. 12

17 Telephone book 300 entries can be stored in the phone's telephone book. The number of entries that can be stored on the SIM card depends on the respective SIM card. Creating an entry in the telephone book 1. Press Menu, scroll to Phonebook and press OK. 2. Select Add new contact and press Add. 3. Select whether you want to save the contact on the SIM card or in the telephone. 4. Enter a name for the contact, see Entering text, p. 10. You can delete with Clear. 5. Press. 6. Enter the telephone number including the area code. 7. Press. 8. As an option, you can select a different caller image for the contact using the keys * and #. You have the choice between standard or an image saved as file in the telephone. 9. Press. 10. Optionally, you can select a different ring tone for the contact by using the keys * and #. 11. Then press Options, select Save and press Select. Tip: For international calls, always enter a + symbol before the country code to be able to use the address book optimally in any country. Press the * button twice to enter the international area code +. 13

18 My number Here, you enter your own mobile number or landline number. Select View -> OK, press Add, then enter your name and number and press Options to Save the number or to end the process with Cancel. Creating ICE entry (In Case of Emergency) With this additional information and medical information, first responders can access this information from the victim's phone in case of emergency. In the event of a trauma, it is critical to have this information as early as possible which can increase the chances of survival. All fields are optional, but the more information you provide, the better. See ICE (In Case of Emergency), p.16 for configuring your ICE information. Managing phonebook entries 1. Press Menu, scroll to Phonebook and press OK. 2. Select a contact and press Options. 3. Select one of the following options and press OK: View - Show details for the selected contact. Send text message - Press Select to create an SMS message, see Create and send SMS, p. 17. Send multimedia message - Press Select to create an MMS message, see Create and send MMS, p. 18. Call - Press Select to call the contact. Edit 1. Edit the entry. Delete characters with Clear. 2. Then press Options, select Save and press Select. Delete - Press Select to remove the selected entry from the telephone book. Press Yes to confirm or No to cancel. Copy - Press Select to copy the selected entry from the telephone to the SIM card or vice versa. 14

19 Phonebook settings In this menu, you will find the following options: Preferred storage - Set the storage location and the view settings for the contacts (Phone/SIM/ Both). When Both is selected, contacts from both the SIM and the telephone's memory are displayed. Top 10 Settings - Defining the ten most important telephone numbers. Select one of the ten memory locations and press Add to include the number in the top 10 list. Contacts from the top 10 list will always be displayed at the top of the phone directory, independent of the initial letter of the name. To delete a top 10 entry, select the entry in the top 10 list and press Options, then select Delete and press OK. The contact will be deleted from the top 10 list only, and not from the telephone memory or the SIM card! Extra numbers - Here, you have the option to define three other numbers as well as a fixed dial-up. For the entry of the Owner numbers please select a storage space, press Options and then confirm Edit with OK to enter names and telephone numbers. Confirm each entry with Save. Fixed dial - The fixed dial-up allows the telephone user to call only those phone numbers which are saved in the fixed dial-up list. In order to call other numbers the user has to enter a PIN2. If the SIM card inserted does not have a PIN2, this function will not be supported. Memory status - Displays the memory used (Phone/SIM) Copy contacts - Option to copy selected contacts from the telephone to the SIM card and vice versa Move contacts - Option to move selected contacts from the telephone to the SIM card and vice versa ATTENTION: The contacts will be deleted from their original location when moved! Delete all contacts - All contacts will be deleted from the telephone or SIM card. This cannot be undone! 15

20 Add to direct key- Here, you have the option to assign one selected contact each to the direct dialling keys M1 and M2 to be able to call them in the future through one-touch dialling. Select one of the storage spaces M1 or M2 for the current contact and then press on Save. Conform the following query with Yes or cancel the process with No. ICE (In Case of Emergency) In case of emergency, first aiders can get additional, very useful information through the telephone of the patient. In medical emergencies it is important that this information is available as fast as possible in order to increase the chances of survival. All input fields are optional, however, the following applies: The more information you provide, the better. 1. Press Menu. 2. Select ICE and press OK, then use to scroll the list of entries. 3. Press Edit, to add or edit information in each entry, see Entering text, p. 10. Delete with Clear. After every entry in the ICE menu, press Save. Name: Your own name. Birth: Your date of birth. Height: Your height. Weight: Your weight. Language: Your language. Insurance: Your insurance provider and policy number. Contact 1/ Contact 2 / Doctor: Press Options, select Add and press OK to add a contact from the phonebook, select Delete to delete the entry, or Save to accept the current entry. Condition: Any medical conditions/medical devices (e.g. diabetic, pacemaker). Allergies: Any known allergies (e.g. penicillin, bee stings). 16

21 Blood type: Your blood type. Vaccination: Any relevant vaccination. Medication: Any medication that you are treated with. Other info: Other information (e.g. organ donor, living will, consent to treat). Messaging Creating and sending SMS 1. Press shortcut button or press Menu, scroll to Messaging and press OK. 2. Select New and press OK. 3. Type your message, see Entering text, p. 10, then press Options. 4. Select Send to and then Add from Phonebook, select an existing recipient from the telephone book and press OK. Alternatively, you can also select Enter number and press OK to manually add a recipient and then press OK. 5. Press Options again and select Send, to send the message. 6. You can also change the recipient by selecting Edit recipient or delete the recipient with Remove recipient or Remove all recipients. Selecting Save to Drafts saves the SMS in the drafts folder for later use. Note! If you choose to add multiple recipients, you will be charged for each recipient (maximum 10). For international calls, always use + before the country code for best operation. Press * twice for the international prefix +. Note! Before you can send any SMS, you need to save your message centre number. The number to your service centre is supplied by your service provider and is usually set on the SIM card. If not, you can enter the number yourself. See SMSC address, p

22 Creating and sending MMS MMS may contain text and media objects such as images or sound recordings. Therefore, both you and the recipient need the mobile radio option for MMS and also a mobile phone which supports sending and receiving of MMS. The setting parameters for MMS are preset by the large network providers in Germany. With other mobile radio communication providers these parameters must be modified manually, if and where required. Contact your provider regarding the parameters required for this. For this, select Menu -> Connectivity -> Data accounts. Select the data account suitable for your provider or adjust it to the settings of your network provider with Options and Edit. Only your network provider will be able to give you the data necessary for this. After editing press Options and then Save. Afterwards you can return to the start screen using the key. If your provider is not in the list, see page 36, for setting your MMS account. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Messaging and press OK. 2. Select Multimedia message and press OK. 3. Enter the message, see Entering text, p. 10, then press Options. 4. Add additional elements to your message using the Add picture, Add sound, Add subject options. Under Input method select between En (Upper-case letter at the beginning of sentence), EN (capitalisation), en (lower-case letters) and Numeric (numerical entry). With Preview MMS, you can preview the MMS; with the Slide options, you can add slides before/after and set their time control; under Advanced, you can add an attachment or with Save to Drafts, save the MMS in the drafts folder for later use. 5. Select Send to and, using Add from Phonebook, search for an already existing recipient from the telephone book and press OK. Alternatively, you can also select Enter recipient and press OK to manually add a recipient and then press OK. 18

23 5. Press Options and select Send, to send the message. Additional options include: Send options - Settings for Delivery report, Read report, Priority, Delivery time. Edit recipient - Editing option for the recipient's number Remove recipient - Delete recipient Remove all recipients - Delete all recipients Change to Cc - Recipient get a copy Change to Bcc - Recipient get a blind copy (not visible for other recipients) Selecting Save saves the MMS in the drafts folder for later use. 19

24 Inbox, Sent, Outbox 1. Press shortcut button or press Menu, scroll to Messaging and press OK. 2. Select Inbox / Outbox / Sent and press OK. 3. Select a message and press View. Use to scroll through the message. 4. Press Options for the following options: Reply by SMS - Create an SMS to the sender Reply by MMS - Create an MMS to the sender Call sender - Call the sender Forward - Forward the message to another recipient Delete - Delete the message Save as template - Save the message as template Advanced Use number - The sender's number is available for further use, e.g. to directly save the number as a contact Use USSD - If the SMS contains a USSD, this is displayed for further options. Copy to phone/sim - You can copy the SMS from the SIM card to the telephone and vice versa. Move to phone/sim - You can move the SMS from the SIM card to the telephone and vice versa. Call history Missed calls, dialled numbers and answered calls are saved in the call log. 10 calls of each type can be saved. Only the latest call will be saved for multiple calls to and from the same number. The total number of call attempts is indicated in brackets. 1. Press to see a list of all calls. or Press Menu, scroll to Call history and press OK. Select Call history and press OK. Select a list and press OK. 20

25 2. Use to scroll through the list. 3. Press to dial the telephone number or press Options, to access the following settings: View - Display details about the selected entry. Call - Call the number. Send text message - Send an SMS to the number. Send multimedia message - Send an MMS to the number. Save to phonebook - Save the phone number in the telephone book. Delete - Delete the entry. Camera (take photos) To get sharp photos, wipe the lens clean with a dry cloth. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Multimedia and press OK or press to access the camera using the shortcut. 2. Select Camera and press OK. 3. To take a photo, press 5. With, you can enlarge or reduce the image prior to taking the photo using digital zoom. Note! Zooming can negatively impact the image quality. 4. Press Back to exit the camera or Options, to access the following options: Photos - Display all saved photos. Scroll through the list using * and #. Camera settings LED Light - (Flash) automatic, on and off Shutter sound - Selection between three different shutter sounds and off. EV - adjustment of the light values. Contrast - low, medium, high Anti-flicker - 60 Hz are set as default and ideal. Delay timer - Selection between Off and release delays between 5 and 15 seconds. 21

26 Image settings Settings for the Image size and Image quality. The best results are with the following setting: image size: 640x480 / image quality: good. For MMS an image size of 640x480 is ideal. White balance - Select between different profiles for different lighting conditions (e.g. daylight, artificial light ) Scene mode - setting option Autom. or Night. The night mode enables an improved picture quality in darkness. Effect settings - Select between different colour effects. Restore default - Reset the camera settings to the factory settings. Image viewer View your saved images. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Multimedia and press OK. 2. Select Image viewer and press OK. 3. Select an image and press Options. 4. Select one of the following options and press OK to confirm: View - displays the image. In the image view you can rotate the image using Options or for example, access image data (file size, recording date etc.) Use as - Use the image as wallpaper. The photo will be displayed behind the clock in the lock screen. Rename - rename the image. Delete - delete the image. Image informationen - Display of the different parameters of the image. 22

27 Audio player Play sound files that are stored on the telephone. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Multimedia and press OK. 2. Select Audio player and press OK. 3. Press List, select a song and press Options - Play - Select. The song will play. With, you can pause and start the playback. To stop playback, press. Using the * and # buttons, you can switch to the previous or next song. Control the volume using the +/- buttons. 4. If you press List - Options, the following options are available: Play - play the selected entry. Details - details like the size and length of the song. Add - add a new song. Remove - delete the song from the list. Remove all - delete all titles from the list. Settings Repeat - Select Off, if the selected song should not be repeated. Select One to repeat only the selected song or select All to play the contents of the list in an infinite loop. Shuffle - Plays all of the songs in random order. Background play - Select On to continue listening to the audio playback when exiting the player. To exit, open the audio player and end the background playback. 23

28 FM radio Listen to the radio on your mobile telephone. Hint The reception is significantly improved when using a headset because the cable functions as an antenna. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Multimedia and press OK or press. 2. Select FM radio and press OK. 3. After pressing Options, the following options are available to you: Volume - Press OK and set the volume using. Press Back. Save frequency - Enter a name for the set station and press OK. Switch off - Switches the radio off. Manual input - Here, you can manually select a frequency by fine tuning or you can perform a scan of the frequencies using the Auto search function. Channel list - List of stored channels. The options include: Play, Delete and Edit. Auto search - Scan stations and save the stations found. Settings Background play - Select On to continue listening to the radio when exiting the menu. To deactivate the radio, end the background playback in the FM radio menu. Important If the radio is inadvertently to hear, even though you are not in radio mode, you should switch OFF the background playback (factory setting is ON). 24

29 File manager Edit the contents of the memory card. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Organizer and press OK. 2. Select File manager and press OK. 3. After pressing Options, the following options are available to you: Open - Displays the file structure. The options include: Open, New folder, Rename, Delete. Format - Formats the memory card. ATTENTION: All files will be deleted. Details - Information about the memory card. Connecting the phone to a computer Connect the phone to a computer and start transferring pictures and sounds. All you have to do is connect an optional available USB cable between the phone and computer. From your computer's file explorer, you can drag and drop content between your phone and the computer. Note! You might not be able to transfer some copyright-protected material. Drag and drop content between phone and a computer 1. Connect your phone to a computer using an optional available USB cable. A Mass storage query appears on the cell phone's display. Confirm this on the cell phone by pressing OK. 2. Wait until the phone/memory card appears as external disks in the file explorer. 3. Drag and drop selected files between the phone and the computer. 25

30 Note! When the memory card is mounted to the computer, the phone cannot access the memory card. Some functionality and applications in the phone, such as the camera, may not be accessible. You can transfer files by using a USB cable on most devices and operating systems supporting a USB Mass Storage interface. Disconnect the USB cable safely 1. Make sure to enable the hardware to be safely removed. There are settings for this on the computer (as a symbol in the task bar). 2. Disconnect the USB cable. Note! Do not disconnect the USB cable when transferring content as this may corrupt the content. Computer instructions may vary depending on your operating system. See the documentation of your computer's operating system for more information. 26

31 Settings Note! The settings described in this chapter are carried out in standby mode. Press to return to standby mode. Basic settings Time and date Setting the time and date 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Time and date and press OK. 3. Select Set home city and press OK. 4. Select a city from the list using * and # and press OK. 5. Select Set time/date and press OK. 6. Enter the time (HH:MM) and press. 7. Enter the date (DD/MM/YYYY) and press. 8. Select Set format and press OK. 9. Set the time format (12 or 24 hours) with * and # and press. 10. Set the date format with * and # and press OK. Flight mode Flight mode means the radio part of the cell phone is turned off. Telephone calls cannot be placed and SMS or MMS cannot be sent or received. All other functions in the menu are available. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Flight mode and press OK. 3. Mark Flight mode or Normal mode and press OK. Language The default language of the telephone menu, messages and so on is determined by the SIM card used (Automatic). You can always switch between the languages supported by the telephone. 27

32 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Phone settings and press OK. 3. Select Language and press OK. 4. Select a language from the list and press OK. Preferred input method Select the preferred input method for entries into the telephone book and for SMS/MMS. You can shift the input method using the # button while entering text. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Phone settings and press OK. 3. Select Pref. input method and press OK. 4. Select Abc (first character is capitalized after a period), ABC (ALL CAPS), abc (all lower case) or Numeric (numbers) and press OK. Display You can set the display for the standby display. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Phone settings and press OK. 3. Select Display and press OK. 4. Select Wallpaper and press OK. 5. Select the source for the image you want to select and press OK. System is the telephone memory in which the black standard background image, Image 1, is saved, or select User defined and look at a preview via View. To accept, press OK. User defined allows you to access the memory card for setting your own background images from photos you took using the camera or copied from the computer to the memory card. 6. Select the desired file and press View, to see the image. Press OK to accept the image or Back to return to the selection screen. 7. Select Show date and time and press OK. 8. Switch the date and time display in the standby display On or Off and press OK. 28

33 LCD backlight Settings for brightness and duration of the display backlight. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Phone settings and press OK. 3. Select LCD backlight and press OK. 4. Using, mark the Brightness or Time (sec) and set the desired values using * and #. Backlit keys Settings for the keypad backlight. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Phone settings and press OK. 3. Select Backlit keys and press OK. 4. Select On or Off and press OK. Call settings To some extent, the services depend on the network support and the subscription. You can obtain more information from your network operator. Send caller ID You can select whether or not the recipient will see your phone number in the display during calls. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Call settings and press OK. 3. Select Caller ID and press OK. 4. Select one of the following options and press OK: Set by network - Use the network default settings. Hide ID - Your telephone number will never be displayed. Send ID - Your telephone number will always be displayed. 29

34 Call waiting You can answer more than one call simultaneously. If there is an incoming call during a telephone conversation, a signal tone is emitted. To hold the active call and to answer the incoming call, press Options, select Accept and then OK. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Call settings and press OK. 3. Select Call waiting and press OK. 4. Select one of the following options and press OK: Activate - Activates call waiting. Deactivate - Deactivates call waiting. Query status - Displays whether call waiting is activated or deactivated. Call divert You can divert calls to an answering service or another telephone number. Set which calls should be diverted. Select a condition and press OK, select Activate, Deactivate or Query status (see Call waiting for all of the options). 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Call settings and press OK. 3. Select Call divert and press OK. 4. Select one of the following options and press OK: Divert all voice calls - Diverts all voice calls. Divert if unreachable - Incoming calls are diverted if the telephone is switched off or outside of the network. Divert if no answer - Incoming calls are diverted if they are not accepted. Divert if busy - Incoming calls are diverted if the line is busy. Divert all data calls - Diverts all data calls. Cancel all diverts - Calls are not diverted. 30

35 Call barring To restrict the use of your telephone, specific types of calls can be blocked. Note! To use the call barring function, a password is required. You have to request this password from your network operator. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Call settings and press OK. 3. Select Call barring and press OK. 4. Select one of the following options and press OK: Outgoing calls - Press OK and select: All voice calls - The user can accept incoming calls but not place calls. International voice calls - The user cannot call any international numbers. International voice calls except to home - The user cannot call any international numbers with the exception of telephone numbers in the country assigned to the SIM card. Incoming calls - Press OK and select: All voice calls - The user can place calls, but not accept incoming calls. Voice calls when roaming - The user cannot accept any incoming calls when roaming (use on other networks). Cancel all - Delete all call blocking functions (password required). Change barring password - Option for changing the lock password. Voice mail (Mailbox) If your service provider has set up a mailbox (answering machine in the mobile phone network) for you, callers will be able to leave a voice message if you are unable to answer a call. Voice mail is a service offered by your network operator and you may have to subscribe to this service first. More information and the number for the voice mail are available from your service provider. 1. Press Menu, select Settings and press OK. 2. Select Call settings and press OK. 3. Select Mailbox and press OK. 31

36 4. Define the name (freely selectable) and the number of your mailbox services with Name and Number. Confirm with OK. Tip: To call your mailbox press and hold the 1 key for approx. 3 seconds. The mailbox must be pre-defined (name and number) Auto redial This function performs a redial automatically. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Call settings and press OK. 3. Select Advanced settings and press OK. 4. Select Auto redial and press OK. 5. Switch the function On or Off and press OK. Call time reminder If this function is enabled, you will be notified via a notification sound once or repeatedly about the call time that has elapsed so far. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Call settings and press OK. 3. Select Advanced settings and press OK. 4. Select Call time reminder and press OK. 5. Select one of the following options and press OK: Off - Function is switched off. Single - Enter a time for the single signal ( s). Periodic - Enter a time for the regularly recurring signal (30 60 s). Answer mode Settings options for accepting incoming calls. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Call settings and press OK. 3. Select Advanced settings and press OK. 4. Select Answer mode and press OK. 5. Select one of the following options and press OK: Cover answer - incoming call will be automatically accepted if the flap is opened. 32

37 Any key - incoming calls can be accepted by pressing any key (except the right soft key and the red hang up button). Auto answer when headset mode - if a headset is plugged in, the incoming call will be automatically accepted after a short time. Network settings Your telephone selects the network operator automatically if this operator can be received in your area. If your network operator is not available you can also use a different network if your network operator has a corresponding agreement with other operators. This then is called Roaming. You can obtain more information from your network operator. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Network settings and press OK. 3. Select Network selection and press OK. 4. Automatic - The network is selected automatically (default setting). Manual - The network is selected manually. After a short time the list of available network providers is shown. Select the desired provider and press OK. Attention: Fees may be incurred if an incorrect selection is made. 5. Select GPRS connection. and press OK. Choose between Always and When needed. 6. Select GPRS transfer pref. and press OK. Choose between Data prefer and Call prefer. Note A GPRS connection is required for sending/receiving MMS. 33

38 Security settings PIN lock You can select whether or not the SIM card PIN should be required when turning the phone on. Several SIM card providers do not allow the PIN query to be shut off. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Security settings and press OK. 3. Select SIM security and press OK. 4. Select PIN lock and press OK. 5. Enter the PIN for your SIM card and press OK. 6. The following message will inform you whether the PIN entry is necessary (locked) or not necessary (unlocked). Change PIN You can change the PIN for your SIM card. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Security settings and press OK. 3. Select SIM security and press OK. 4. Select Change PIN and press OK. 5. Enter the PIN for your SIM card and press OK. 6. Follow the instructions on the display. Change PIN2 You can change the PIN2 for your SIM card. To do this, you must enter the PIN2 (PUK) you received with the documentation for you SIM card. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Security settings and press OK. 3. Select SIM security and press OK. 4. Select Change PIN2 and press OK. 5. Enter the PIN2 for your SIM card and press OK. 6. Follow the instructions on the display. 34

39 Phone lock If the telephone lock is activated, you will need the code to unlock the telephone when switching the phone on. To this end, you have to enter the blocking code (factory setting is 0000). You can change this blocking code (see below). 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Security settings and press OK. 3. Select Phone security and press OK. 4. Select Phone lock and press OK. 5. Enter the lock code and press OK. 6. The following message will inform you whether the telephone is locked (locked) or not (unlocked). Change password Changing the blocking code for the telephone (factory setting is 0000). 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Security settings and press OK. 3. Select Phone security and press OK. 4. Select Change password and press OK. 5. Enter the old lock code and press OK. 6. Enter the new lock code and then confirm it again. Restore factory settings Reset the telephone to the factory settings. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Settings and press OK. 2. Select Restore settings and press OK. 3. Enter the current telephone lock code (default 0000) and confirm the reset. Important When restoring the phone to factory settings, all contacts of the phone will be permanently deleted. Create a backup of your contacts or write them down prior to performing this process. Contacts saved on your SIM card will remain unaffected. 35

40 Bluetooth IMPORTANT If you are not using a Bluetooth connection, select Power/ off. Do not connect to unknown devices. You can establish a wireless connection to other Bluetooth-compatible devices such as headsets. 1. Press Menu, scroll to Connectivity and press OK. 2. Select Bluetooth and press OK to display the following settings: Power - Switch the function On or Off using the left soft key. Visibility - Switch the function On or Off using the left soft key. My device - Press OK and select from the following options: Search new device - Starts a search for available devices. [Device xy] - After pressing Options, you have the following options: Rename - Change the name of the device. Authorize - Set the connection options for this device. Important You may assign an authorisation to a Bluetooth device. This is practical, for example with a hands-free equipment in the car to avoid the constantly repeated request. For this purpose, set the authorisation to Always connect. My name - Change the name. Data accounts This menu contains information about your data account. This information is needed for the MMS function. The settings for MMS will be provided from your service provider. The setting parameters for MMS are preset for the large network operators in Germany. With other mobile service providers these may have to be changed manually. You can get the parameters necessary for this from your provider. 36

41 1. Press Menu, scroll to Connectivity and press OK. 2. Select Data accounts and press OK. 3. Select the entry of your service provider and press Options. 4. Select Set as default and press OK. Following this, the profile is created. Note: An automatic configuration by your mobile service provider via SMS is not possible. An SMS that you might receive automatically from the service provider regarding the automatic configuration does not apply. If your services provider is not on the list, proceed as follows: 1. Press Menu, scroll to Connectivity and press OK. 2. Select Data account and press OK. 3. Select any entry and press Options. 4. Select Add PS account and press OK, to display the following settings. Set the settings for your service provider. You can get the correct settings from your service provider. Account name - Add an account name. APN - Add the APN address. Username - Enter a user name. Password - Enter a password. Auth. type - Select an authentication type. Advanced settings Homepage - Enter the home page. Connection type - Select the type of connection HTTP or WAP. Use proxy - Select whether or not a proxy server should be used. Proxy address - Address of the proxy server. Proxy port - Enter the proxy port. Proxy user name - Enter the proxy user. Proxy password - Enter the proxy password. Primary DNS - Address of the primary DNS server. Secondary DNS - Address of the secondary DNS server. 37

42 IP address - IP address provided by the network provider. Subnet mask - Subnet mask provided by the network provider. 5. Press OK. 6. Select your new profile and press Options. 7. Select Set as default and press OK. You can also activate or edit an MMS profile by selecting it and pressing Options to Activate/Edit/Delete the account. Note! With some service providers you first have send an MMS message before you are able to receive MMS. Send an MMS with text only to enable the service. Some service providers have to be contacted first, before the MMS function for your account is activated. Contact the customer support of your service provider. To end the setup without saving your settings, press. SMS settings 1. Press Menu, scroll to Messaging and press OK. 2. Select Message settings and press OK. 3. Select Text message and press OK. 4. Select one of the following menu points and press Select: SIM Profile settings - Select Profile 1 or Profile 2 and press Options. - Select Activate to activate this profile. or Edit to edit this profile. - SMSC address - This number is required to use the SMS function. The number of your SMS center is provided by your network provider and is normally preassigned to the SIM card. When the number of your SMS center is stored on the SIM card, it will be displayed. If not, you can enter the number yourself. You can get additional information from your provider. 38

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