Alcatel-Lucent OT-835, ONE TOUCH 835 User Manual

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Introduction ..........................................................

Alcatel would like to thank you for purchasing this mobile.

Your One Touch 835 features:

An LTPS LCD colour display, 128x160 pixels;

Double display and a cover with a Red, Blue, and Violet LED indicator, in addition to a usable and intuitive user interface;

GSM 900/1800 double-frequencysystem;

Advanced GPRS capabilities: GPRS Class 10 for rapid and effective data transmission;

WAP web browser enables you to access the Internet directly from your phone;

Valued functions include alarm, directory, messages, diary, voice memo, speed dial, etc.

Personalized style

Your phone may be customised to reflect your own style. Customise your main screen choosing from a rich contents of media items, melodies embedded in your telephone or your own compositions or downloaded tunes.

Dozens of multimedia animations and images may be selected as incoming call, main screen image.

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Games

The One Touch 835 is also your games companion with its four built-ingames: Mine, Ocean,Wall Breaker, and Space war.

Camera - Video sequence

Capture and share your special moments anytime and anywhere thanks to a built-inVGAcamera with a 300K pixel resolution.You can also record short video sequences.

MMS Capability

Thanks to MMS compatibility, you can attach pictures or melodies to your messages.

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Table of contents ..................................................

Introduction ......................................................................................................

1

Safety and use ..................................................................................................

6

General information ......................................................................................

10

1.

Your mobile ..............................................................................................

11

 

1.1

Keys ..................................................................................................................................................................

12

 

1.2

Main screen icons ........................................................................................................................................

14

2.

Getting started ........................................................................................

15

 

2.1

Set-up ..............................................................................................................................................................

15

 

2.2

Switching your telephone ON ..................................................................................................................

17

 

2.3

Switching your telephone OFF ................................................................................................................

17

3.

Calls ..........................................................................................................

18

 

3.1

Making a call....................................................................................................................................................

18

 

3.2

Calling your voicemail ..................................................................................................................................

19

 

3.3

Receiving a call ..............................................................................................................................................

20

 

3.4

During the call ..............................................................................................................................................

21

 

3.5

Conference calls ............................................................................................................................................

22

 

3.6

Double line (ALS) ..........................................................................................................................................

22

4.

Call memory ............................................................................................

23

5.

Menu ..........................................................................................................

24

 

5.1

Accessing the menu ......................................................................................................................................

24

 

5.2

Organisation of functions ............................................................................................................................

24

6.

Directory ..................................................................................................

29

 

6.1

Create a file ....................................................................................................................................................

29

 

6.2

Names ..............................................................................................................................................................

31

 

6.3

Groups .............................................................................................................................................................

32

 

6.4

Manage .............................................................................................................................................................

32

 

6.5

Other settings ................................................................................................................................................

33

 

 

 

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7. Messages....................................................................................................

34

7.1

Create MMS....................................................................................................................................................

35

7.2

Create SMS .....................................................................................................................................................

36

7.3

Create Vox/MMS ............................................................................................................................................

37

7.4

SMS Chat..........................................................................................................................................................

37

7.5

Inbox ................................................................................................................................................................

38

7.6

Outbox.............................................................................................................................................................

39

7.7

Drafts ...............................................................................................................................................................

39

7.8

Templates ........................................................................................................................................................

40

7.9

Parameters ......................................................................................................................................................

40

7.10

SMS CB (Cellbroadcast) ..............................................................................................................................

43

7.11

Voicemail .........................................................................................................................................................

43

8. Customise ................................................................................................

44

8.1

Ring tones .......................................................................................................................................................

44

8.2

Atmospheres...................................................................................................................................................

45

8.3

Other settings ................................................................................................................................................

45

8.4

Energy saver....................................................................................................................................................

47

8.5

My Menu ..........................................................................................................................................................

47

8.6

Keys Setup ......................................................................................................................................................

48

8.7

Voice command .............................................................................................................................................

49

8.8

Network ..........................................................................................................................................................

49

8.9

Security ............................................................................................................................................................

50

9. Tools ..........................................................................................................

52

9.1

Alarm................................................................................................................................................................

52

9.2

Calculator ........................................................................................................................................................

53

9.3

Diary ................................................................................................................................................................

53

9.4

Call Services....................................................................................................................................................

54

9.5

Voice Memo ....................................................................................................................................................

59

9.6

Call memo ......................................................................................................................................................

59

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10. WAP/GPRS services ................................................................................

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10.1

Access WAP services....................................................................................................................................

60

10.2

Browser............................................................................................................................................................

61

10.3

My bookmarks................................................................................................................................................

61

10.4

WAP profiles ..................................................................................................................................................

62

10.5

Set GPRS ........................................................................................................................................................

64

11. Multimedia Album....................................................................................

65

11.1

Photo Album ..................................................................................................................................................

65

11.2

Video Album ..................................................................................................................................................

67

11.3

Melody Album ................................................................................................................................................

67

11.4

Download New..............................................................................................................................................

68

11.5

Available memory..........................................................................................................................................

68

12. Camera......................................................................................................

69

12.1

Preparing your photo shot..........................................................................................................................

69

12.2

Options ............................................................................................................................................................

71

12.3

Taking a photo................................................................................................................................................

73

12.4

Options available after taking the photo ................................................................................................

74

13.

Games........................................................................................................

75

 

13.1

Games menu ..................................................................................................................................................

75

 

13.2

Keys function for each game ......................................................................................................................

77

14.

Characters and symbols table ................................................................

79

15.

Telephone warranty ................................................................................

80

16.

Accessories................................................................................................

82

17.

Troubleshooting........................................................................................

83

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Safety and use ......................................................

We recommend that you read this chapter carefully before using your phone. The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage, which may result as a consequence of improper use or use contrary to the instructions contained in this manual.

TRAFFIC SAFETY:

Given recent studies, which show that using a mobile phone while driving a vehicle constitutes a real risk, even when the hands-freekit is used (headset...), drivers are requested to refrain from using their mobile when the vehicle is not parked.When switched on, your phone emits electromagnetic waves that can interfere with the vehicle’s electronic systems such as ABS anti-lock brakes or airbags.To ensure that there is no problem:

- do not place your phone on top of the dashboard or within an airbag deployment area.

- connect your phone to an external antenna or switch your phone off. The antenna must be mounted and located away from passengers or separated from them by a metal screen (e.g. car roof).

- check with your dealer or car manufacturer to make sure that the car electronics is well insulated.

CONDITIONS OF USE:

Switch off the phone before boarding an aircraft to avoid prosecution.

Switch off the phone when you are in health care facilities, except in designated areas. As with other types of equipment now in regular use, mobile phones can interfere with the operation of other electric, electronic or radio frequency devices in their vicinity.

When the telephone is on, it should not be placed in a part of the clothing close to a medical device (i.e. cardiac pacemaker, hearing aid, insulin pump, etc.).When making or receiving a call, make sure you place the phone against the ear that is furthest away from the pacemaker or the hearing aid (if there is only one).

Switch the phone off when you are near gas or flammable liquids. Strictly obey the rules relating to the use of mobile phones at fuel depots, petrol stations, chemical plants or in any potentially explosive atmosphere.

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Do not allow children to use your mobile phone without supervision. Do not open or attempt to repair your mobile phone yourself.

To clean your mobile phone, use a soft rag or anti-staticcloth dipped with diluted mild detergent. Never use cloth accumulated with static charge or organic solvent such as benzene or gasoline to clean your mobile

Only use your telephone with Alcatel batteries, chargers and accessories compatible with your model (see page 82). The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage caused by the use of other chargers or batteries. Do not allow your phone to be exposed to adverse weather or environmental conditions (dampness, rain, infiltration, dust, sea air, etc.).The minimum and maximum temperatures recommended by the manufacturer are between -10°Cand +55°C. Beyond 55°C, the legibility of the display may be impaired, but this is temporary and not serious.

BATTERY:

Before removing the battery from your phone, please make sure that the phone is switched off. Observe the following precautions for battery use: do not attempt to open the battery (due to the risk of toxic fumes and burns), do not puncture, disassemble or cause a short-circuit,do not burn batteries or dispose of them in household rubbish, and do not expose to temperatures in excess of 60°C. Batteries must be disposed of in accordance with locally applicable environmental regulations. Only use the battery for the purpose for which it was designed. Never use damaged batteries.

CHARGERS

Mains powered chargers will operate within the temperature range: 0° to 40°. If the temperature of battery pack is out of the range, the handset will display “Temperature High” and not charge the battery for safety consideration.

The chargers designed for your mobile phone meet with the standard for safety of information technology equipment and office equipment use.They should be used for this purpose only.

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RADIO WAVES:

Proof of compliance with international standards (ICNIRP) or with European Directive 1999/5/EC (R&TTE) is required of all mobile phone models before they can be put on the market.The protection of the health and safety for the user and any other person is an essential requirement of these standards or this directive.

THIS MOBILE PHONE COMPLIES WITH INTERNATIONAL AND EUROPEAN REQUIREMENTS REGARDING EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.

Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter/receiver. It was deigned and manufactured to comply with the radiofrequency (RF) exposure thresholds recommended by international requirements (ICNIRP) (1) and by the Council of the European Union (Recommendation 1999/519/EC)(2).These limits are part of a set of requirements and establish authorised radiofrequency levels for the public. These limits were established by groups of independent experts on the basis of regular and detailed scientific assessments.They include a significant safety margin intended to ensure the safety of all, regardless of age or state of health.

The exposure standard for mobile phones is determined by a measurement unit known as the Specific Absorption Rate or “SAR”. The SAR limit is set by international requirements or by the Council of the European Union at 2 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of body tissue. The tests used to determine SAR levels were carried out on the basis of standard usage modes with the phones transmitting at their maximum power level over the entire range of frequency bands. Although the SAR was established at the highest certified level, the actual SAR level for the phone during use is generally much lower than the maximum values. In fact, since mobiles are designed to operate at many different power levels, they only use the minimum level of power required to provide a connection to the network. In theory, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the lower the power level required by the mobile phone.

(1)The ICNIRP requirements are applicable in the following regions: Central America (except Mexico), South and North Africa, Pacific Asia (except Taiwan, Korea and Australia).

(2)The European recommendation (1999/519/EC) is applicable in the following regions: Europe, Eastern Europe, Israel.

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The highest tested SAR value for this mobile phone for use at the ear and compliance against the standard is 0.75 W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels on various phones and at various positions, they all meet the relevant international guidelines and EU requirements for RF exposure.

IMPORTANT: Please note that you must respect the laws and regulations in force in your country regarding taking photographs, video clips and recording sounds using your mobile telephone. Pursuant to such laws and regulations, it may be strictly forbidden to take photographs and/or to record the voices of other people or any of their personal attributes, and reproduce or distribute them, as this may be considered to be an invasion of privacy. It is the user's sole responsibility to ensure that prior authorisation be obtained, if necessary, in order to record private or confidential conversations or take a photograph of another person; the manufacturer, the seller or reseller of your mobile phone (including the operator) disclaim any liability which may result from the improper use of the mobile phone.

The World Health Organisation considers that “present scientific information” does not indicate the need for any special precautions for use of mobile phones. If individuals are concerned, they might choose to limit their own or their children’s RF exposure by limiting the length of calls, or using “hands-free”devices to keep mobile phones away from the head and body.” (fact sheet n° 193). Additional information about electromagnetic fields and public health are available on the following site:http://www.who.int/peh-emf.

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General information ............................................

Website: www.alcatel.com -Wap address: wap.alcatel.com

Alcatel Hot Line Number: see the “Alcatel Services” leaflet (calls charged at applicable local rates in your country)

Your telephone operates on GSM networks within bandwidths of 900MHz and 1800MHz.

The mark certifies that your telephone complies with 1999/5/EC (R&TTE) directive and that the applicable accessories comply with current EC directives.The full text of the Declaration of Conformity for your phone can be obtained on the Alcatel web site: www.alcatel.com

Protection against theft

Your mobile phone has an identification number called IMEI (phone serial number) shown on the packaging label and in the product’s memory. We recommend that you note this number the first time you use your telephone by entering ,,,,and keep it safely. It may be requested by the police or your operator if your telephone is stolen.This number allows your mobile telephone to be blocked, preventing a third person from using it, even with a different SIM card.

October 2003

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1 Your mobile ....................................................

(2)

Volume key

25/12

Access the camera (long keypress) / Take a picture / Call memo (long keypress) in communication

Left softkey

Call and pickup key

Call memory

Voice command (long keypress)

Voicemail (long keypress)

WAP/GPRS (long keypress)

(1)Depending on your operator’s network.

(2)The antenna is not extendible.

Earphone

23:00

Main screen

From main screen:

: Messages

: Directory

: My Menu(1)

: Multimedia Album(1)

Right softkey

Switch ON/OFF key / End call

: Menu / Confirm

Vibrator (long keypress)

Microphone

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1.1 Keys(1)

Switch ON/OFF the phone

Hang Up

Return to the main screen

Call / Pick up

Access the call memory: redial the last outgoing calls

Voice command (long keypress)

Navigation key:

Scroll to select an option, from the main screen

: Go to Messages

: Go to Directory

: My Menu(2)

: Multimedia Album(2)

Menu / Confirm

Right softkey: Select the option displayed above

Left softkey: Select the option displayed above

Consult your voice mail (long keypress)

(1)The icons and illustrations in this guide are provided for informational purposes only.

(2)Depending on your operator’s network.

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Activate/Deactivate the vibrator (long keypress)

In edit mode: upper case, lower case, digits (short keypress)

In edit area: change input mode

Launch the WAP browser (long keypress)

In edit mode: access the symbol table (short keypress)

Access the camera (long keypress) from the main screen / Take a picture Call memo in communication (long keypress)

Volume key

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1.2 Main screen icons(1)

Signal strength indicator.

Battery charge level.

Your phone vibrates when a call is coming but neither rings or beeps. No sound for incoming calls.

Roaming within your country of subscription.

SMS, MMS and Vox/MMS indicator, voice mail notifications.

Call forwarding activated: your calls are forwarded.

GPRS context activated.

Double line: indicates the selected line (2).

Unanswered call.

WAP alert.

Alarm clock programmed.

(1)The icons and illustrations in this guide are provided for informational purposes only.

(2)Contact your network operator to check service availability.

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2 Getting started ..............................................

2.1 Set-up

Inserting the SIM Card (1)

You must insert your SIM card in order to use your phone.To insert your SIM card, turn off your phone with

a long keypress on the

key and remove the battery as shown.

Removing the battery

Inserting the SIM card

1

2

Press and hold down the

Lift up the battery and

Before inserting the SIM

Make sure the cardnotch

latch in your phone. Push

remove it

card into the slot, push

is on the upper right

it outwards as shown

 

SIM card catch in the

hand side. Press and hold

until the battery is

 

OPEN” direction until

down the catch and push

released.

 

it is released. Place the

it until it is locked.

 

 

SIM card into the slot

 

 

 

with care.

 

(1)Check with your network operator to make sure that your SIM card is 3V compatible. The old 5 Volts cards can no longer be used. Please contact your operator.

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Re-installingthe battery

1

Align the tab on top of the battery to the slot in the battery compartment of your phone.

CLICK

Press down the battery until the latch is completely locked.

To remove the SIM card, first remove the battery as instructed. Remove the card with care and re-installthe battery as instructed.

Charging the battery

Connect the battery charger

A red light will be on while charging.

A red light flashes if low battery.

It may take several minutes before the charging starts. When the

battery is fully charged, a low hissing sound may be heard.

Do not force the plug into the socket.

The battery icon will take several minutes before the level is shown.

Before connecting to the charger, make sure the battery is inserted correctly.

Make sure the power outlet is close to your phone to avoid using extension cords.

Always press the button on both sides of the connector before plugging or unplugging to avoid causing damage to your charger.

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Before using your phone for the first time, completely charge your battery (approximately 3 hours). Only use ALCATEL chargers. We recommend charging the battery once a day so that the phone operates at an optimum level.

If your telephone appears not to be charging correctly, switch off your phone and switch it back on.

2.2 Switching your telephone ON

Press and hold the

key for about 2 seconds until the animation appears.Type your PIN code if necessary

then confirm with the

key.

If you do not know your PIN code or if you have forgotten it, contact your network operator. Do not leave your PIN code near your telephone. It should be stored in a safe place when not needed.

2.3 Switching your telephone OFF

From the main screen, press and hold the key for about 2 seconds.

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3 Calls ............................................................

3.1 Making a call

Dial the desired number then press the key to place the call.

To hang up, press the

key.

If you make a mistake while entering the number, press the right softkey (“Delete”) to remove the last digit. Press and hold the key to delete all the digits.

To enter characters “+” or “P” (pause), make a long keypress on the key (the following characters will scroll: 0, +, P, •).

Making an emergency call

In case of emergency, dial 112 or any other number provided by your network operator.

Press .

Emergency calls can be performed at any time without your SIM card or PIN Code. Once the call is made, the screen displays:“SOS call only”.

Making an international call

To make an international call, make a long keypress on the key, when “+” is displayed, enter the country and area codes, complete the number and send the call.

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