Alcatel-Lucent 501 User Manual

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O N E T O U C H

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USER’S

GUIDE

CONTENTS

Safety and precautions

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1 Your telephone

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Keys

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Status icons

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Conventions used in this User’s Guide

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2 Getting started

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Initial operation

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2 - 2

Switching your phone on

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Switching your phone off

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Fitting the pocket clip

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3 First steps

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3 - 1

Making a call

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Receiving a call

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3 - 3 Accessing your voice mail

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Displaying your number

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3 - 5 Accessing the functions and scrolling

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Functions structure

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3 - 7 Creating a directory file

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3 - 8 Changing the ring tone

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3 - 9 Reading your new short messages

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4 Directory

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4 - 1

Accessing the directory

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Creating a file

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Options

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4 - 4 Creating a new directory

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4 - 5

Copying files

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Consult information

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Calls

 

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Making a call

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Receiving a call

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During a call

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Call memory

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Accessing the call memory and calling back

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Options

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Short messages

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8 - 1

Accessing short messages

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Reading your short messages

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Options

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Writing a short message

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Parameters

9Scheduler

9 - 1 Accessing the scheduler

9 - 2 Consulting your scheduler

9 - 3 Creating an appointment

9 - 4 Scheduling an alarm

9 - 5 Creating a task

9 - 6 Options

9 - 7 Description of scheduler icons

9 - 8 Configuring the scheduler

9 - 9 Advanced scheduler functions

10Voice functions

10 - 1 Handsfree

10 - 2 Voice recognition

10 - 3 Voice memo

11Mobile Internet

11 - 1 Accessing Internet services

11 - 2 Options

12Calculator / Currency converter

12 - 1 Accessing the calculator and currency converter

12 - 2 Calculator

12 - 3 Currency converter

12 - 4 Currency selection

13Menu

13 - 1 Services

13 - 2 Settings

13 - 3 Billing

13 - 4 Available memory

13 - 5 Security

14Audios

14 - 1 Accessing the “Audios” function

14 - 2 Options

15Personal key

15 - 1 Features offered by personal key

15 - 2 Setting the personal key

16Warranty

16 - 1 Warranty

16 - 2 Information

17Accessories

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SAFETY AND

PRECAUTIONS

We recommend that you read this chapter carefully before use.

CONDITIONS OF USE

Switch the phone off before boarding an aircraft. Use could lead to legal action against the user.

Switch the phone off when in health care facilities except in areas specified. Like many other types of equipment now in regular use, mobile telephones can interfere with other electric or electronic devices.

Persons with a medical device (such as a pacemaker, hearing aid, insulin pump) should not carry the phone in a place close to the device.

When placing or receiving a call, persons with a pacemaker or hearing aid should use the ear on the opposite side to the device.

Switch your phone off when near gas or flammable liquids.

Strictly obey all signs and instructions when in a fuel depot, service station, chemical plant or any potentially explosive atmosphere.

Do not let small children use the phone without supervision.

Do not attempt to open or repair it yourself.

Do not expose the phone to unfavourable environmental conditions (humidity, rain, ingress of liquid, dust, sea air, etc.)

Outside the manufacturer’s recommended operating temperature range (-20°C +55° C), the legibility of the phone’s display may be impaired and the battery may not work, though this is temporary.

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CONDITIONS OF USE FOR BATTERIES:

Only use batteries, battery chargers and accessories approved by the manufacturer. The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage caused by use of other batteries, chargers or accessories.

Before removing the battery from your phone, please make sure that the phone is switched off.

Do not attempt to open the battery because it contains chemical substances.

Do not dispose of used batteries in household waste.

Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with locally applicable environmental legislation.

Do not place battery in fire or in water.

Do not store above 60 ºC.

Do not allow + and - terminals to contact each other. Keep them away from metal objects as nickel or coins.

Charge the battery in an area where the temperature is from 0º C to 45º C.

The battery discharges below -20ºC and above 60º C.

The battery may discharge if it is not used for a sufficiently long period of time.

Do not let small children handle batteries without supervision.

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TRAFFIC SAFETY:

Remember to always check whether local legislation allows operation of a mobile phone while driving a vehicle.

It is vital to connect the phone to an external antenna when it is used in a vehicle. Electromagnetic waves may otherwise interfere with the vehicle electronics.

Check that the antenna is mounted and located away from the driver and passengers or separated from them by a metal screen (e.g. car roof).

We recommend that you park your car before using the phone. However if you intend to use your phone while driving, you must use it connected to the “Fullduplex handsfree vehicle kit” (cf. chapter entitled “Accessories”, page 92).

Electromagnetic waves from the telephone may interfere with the operation of the car’s electronic systems such as anti-lockbrakes (ABS), airbags, etc.

Check with your car dealer or car manufacturer that these systems are adequately shielded from mobile phone RF energy before using it in the vehicle. Always avoid placing the phone on the dashboard.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

As with all radio transceivers, your mobile phone emits electromagnetic waves. This phone conforms to international regulations when used under normal conditions and in accordance with the instructions contained herein.

There has been speculation about the safety of mobile phones.

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Several expert groups belonging to or having been appointed by official national or international bodies have analysed all the existing publications and, to date, have concluded that there is a lack of evidence as to any credible or convincing hazardous effects of mobile phones on health.

These studies have, in particular, focused on the fact that mobile handsets receive and emit electromagnetic waves via their antenna.

Experts from such organizations as the European Commission and the International Commission on Non-IonisingRadiation Protection (ICNIRP) have established thresholds on a handset’s emissions to the human body. The main measurement standard is known as SAR (Specific Absorption Rate). ALCATEL can formally state that all its GSM mobile phones generate a SAR that is significantly below these thresholds.

Furthermore, ALCATEL actively supports national and international research into this issue carried out by authoritative and independent organizations.

If you still have concerns on this issue, you may use your mobile phone with a headset, or use the handsfree feature integrated in the phone and, while driving, use the full-duplexhandsfree vehicle kit (cf. chapter entitled “Accessories”, page 92).

The part numbers of these accessories can be found in the “Accessories” chapter on page 92.)

The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage which may result as a consequence of improper use or use contrary to the instructions contained herein.

Icons and other illustrations shown in this User’s Guide are for information only.

07/02/2000

SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS

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1 YOUR TELEPHONE

Activate voice functions

Delete

Lock keypad (long keypress)

Switch on

Switch off

Hang up

Voice mail

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Your number

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N e t w o r k n a m e

Loudspeaker

Personal

key

MENU

Scroll

Confirm

Off-hook

Microphone

Flap (1)

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1 • 1 Keys

Switch on/switch off (long keypress)

Hang up (short keypress)

Off hook

Access call memory (Redial)

Access the MENU (directory, short messages, etc.) Confirm an option

Volume control

Scroll to select an option

Delete (short keypress)

Return to standby screen (long keypress)

Lock the keypad (long keypress)

Use voice functions:

Activatebuilt-in“handsfree” (short keypress during a call)

Activate “voice recognition” (short keypress in standby mode)

Record “voice memos”

(long keypress in standby mode)

Your personal key

Display your number (long keypress)

(1) Flap (depending on your model): to open flap, press button (2) on the left-handside of the phone. You can also go off hook by opening the flap and hang up by closing it.

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YOUR TELEPHONE

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