Alcatel-Lucent OT-600 User Manual

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

TCT Mobile Limited would like to thank you for purchasing this mobile phone.

Power multimedia player/video player

With playlist, lyrics display and equalizer

Full screen video playback

Watch the show on 1.75" CSTN screen

USB mass storage

Simply a USB key.

Webcam

The best companion for PC instant messaging.

Bluetooth

Bluetooth 2.0

A2DP profile (Bluetooth stereo)

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

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

5

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

10

1

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

12

 

1.1

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

13

 

1.2

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

14

2

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

16

 

2.1

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

16

 

2.2

Power on your phone ......................................................................

18

 

2.3

Power off your phone ......................................................................

19

3

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

20

 

3.1

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

20

 

3.2

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

20

 

3.3

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

21

 

3.4

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

22

 

3.5

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

23

 

3.6

Line switching ....................................................................................

24

4

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

25

5

Call register..................................................................

27

 

5.1

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

27

 

5.2

Events ..................................................................................................

27

 

5.3

My numbers ......................................................................................

27

 

5.4

Billing ..................................................................................................

28

 

5.5

Call settings ........................................................................................

28

6

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

31

 

6.1

Consulting your directory ..............................................................

31

 

6.2

Creating a file......................................................................................

33

 

6.3

Available options................................................................................

33

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

35

7.1

Messages:Text/Multimedia message ..............................................

35

7.2

Voice message ....................................................................................

37

7.3

Photo message....................................................................................

37

7.4

Instant Messaging ..............................................................................

38

7.5

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

40

7.6

Settings ................................................................................................

40

8 My settings....................................................................

42

8.1

Color ....................................................................................................

42

8.2

Theme ..................................................................................................

42

8.3

Equalizer ..............................................................................................

42

8.4

Display ..................................................................................................

43

8.5

Clock ....................................................................................................

44

8.6

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

44

8.7More settings…..................................................................................45

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

48

9.1

Bluetooth™ ........................................................................................

48

9.2

Organizer ............................................................................................

49

9.3

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

50

9.4

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

50

9.5

Converter............................................................................................

50

9.6

Voice memo ........................................................................................

51

9.7

Memory status....................................................................................

51

9.8

Directory backup ..............................................................................

52

9.9

My shortcuts ......................................................................................

52

10 WAP..............................................................................

53

10.1

Homepage............................................................................................

53

10.2

Bookmarks ..........................................................................................

53

10.3

Recent pages ......................................................................................

53

10.4

Go to URL ..........................................................................................

53

10.5

Profiles..................................................................................................

53

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11 File manager ................................................................

55

11.1

My audios ............................................................................................

55

11.2

My images ............................................................................................

56

11.3

My videos ..........................................................................................

56

11.4

My creations........................................................................................

56

11.5

Unknown files ....................................................................................

56

11.6

Memory card ......................................................................................

57

11.7

Managing audios, images, videos and creations ..........................

58

11.8

Formats and compatibility ..............................................................

59

11.9

Memory status....................................................................................

59

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

60

12.1

Access ..................................................................................................

60

12.2

Camera ................................................................................................

60

12.3

Video ....................................................................................................

62

13 Multimedia player ........................................................

65

13.1

Music player ........................................................................................

65

13.2

Video player ........................................................................................

67

13.3

Image Viewer ......................................................................................

67

14

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

68

 

14.1

Game settings ....................................................................................

68

15

Profiles ..........................................................................

69

 

15.1

General ................................................................................................

69

 

15.2

Vibration ..............................................................................................

69

 

15.3

Loud ......................................................................................................

69

 

15.4

Silent ....................................................................................................

70

 

15.5

Antenna off mode..............................................................................

70

16

Making the most of your mobile................................

70

 

16.1

PC suite................................................................................................

70

17

Latin input mode/character table..............................

71

18

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

74

19

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

76

20

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

77

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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 herein.

TRAFFIC SAFETY:

Given that studies show that using a mobile phone while driving a vehicle constitutes a real risk, even when the hands-free kit is used (car kit, headset...), drivers are requested to refrain from using their mobile when the vehicle is not parked.

When driving, do not use your phone and headphone to listen to music or to the radio. Using a headphone can be dangerous and forbidden in some areas.

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,

-check with your car dealer or the car manufacturer to make sure that the dashboard is adequately shielded from mobile phone RF energy.

CONDITIONS OF USE:

You are advised to switch off the telephone from time to time to optimise its performance. Switch the phone off before boarding an aircraft.

Switch the phone off when you are in health care facilities, except in designated areas.As with many other types of equipment now in regular use, mobile telephones can interfere with other electrical or electronic devices, or equipment using radio frequency.

Switch the phone off when you are near gas or flammable liquids. Strictly obey all signs and instructions posted in a fuel depot, petrol station, or chemical plant, or in any potentially explosive atmosphere.

When the phone is switched on, it should be kept at least 15 cm from any medical device such as a pacemaker, a hearing aid or insulin pump, etc. In particular when using the phone, you should hold it against the ear on the opposite side to the device, if any.

To avoid hearing impairment, pick up the call before holding your phone to your ear.Also move the handset away from your ear while using the “hands-free” mode because the amplified volume might cause hearing damage.

Do not let children use the phone and/or play with the telephone and accessories without supervision.

When replacing the cover please note that your phone may contain substances that could create an allergic reaction.

Always handle your phone with care and keep it in a clean and dust-free place.

Do not allow your phone to be exposed to adverse weather or environmental conditions (moisture, humidity, rain, infiltration of liquids, dust, sea air, etc).The manufacturer’s recommended operating temperature range is -10°C to +55°C.

Over 55°C the legibility of the phone’s display may be impaired, though this is temporary and not serious.

Emergency call numbers may not be reachable on all cellular networks.You should never rely only on your phone for emergency calls.

Do not open, dismantle or attempt to repair your mobile phone yourself. Do not drop, throw or bend your mobile phone.

Do not paint it.

Use only batteries, battery chargers, and accessories which are recommended by TCT Mobile Limited and its affiliates and are compatible with your phone model (see Accessories List, page 76). TCT Mobile Limited and its affiliates disclaim any liability for damage caused by the use of other chargers or batteries.

Remember to make back-up copies or keep a written record of all important information stored in your phone.

Some people may suffer epileptic seizures or blackouts when exposed to flashing lights, or when playing video games.These seizures or blackouts may occur even if a person never had a previous seizure or blackout. If you have experienced seizures or blackouts, or if you have a family history of such occurrences, please consult your doctor before playing video games on your phone or enabling a flashing-lights feature on your phone.

Parents should monitor their children’s use of video games or other features that incorporate flashing lights on the phones.All persons should discontinue use and consult a doctor if any of the following symptoms occur: convulsion, eye or muscle twitching, loss of awareness, involuntary movements, or disorientation. To limit the likelihood of such symptoms, please take the following safety precautions:

-Do not play or use a flashing-lights feature if you are tired or need sleep.

-Take a minimum of a 15-minute break hourly.

-Play in a room in which all lights are on.

-Play at the farthest distance possible from the screen.

-If your hands, wrists, or arms become tired or sore while playing, stop and rest for several hours

before playing again.

- If you continue to have sore hands, wrists, or arms during or after playing, stop the game and see a doctor.

When you play games on your phone, you may experience occasional discomfort in your hands, arms, shoulders, neck, or other parts of your body. Follow the instructions to avoid problems such as tendinitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, or other musculoskeletal disorders.

Prolonged exposure to music at full volume on the music player may damage the listener's hearing.

Set your phone volume safely. Use only headphones recommended by TCT Mobile Limited and its affiliates.

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PRIVACY:

Please note that you must respect the laws and regulations in force in your jurisdiction or other jurisdiction(s) where you will use your mobile phone regarding taking photographs and recording sounds with 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 duplicate 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 vendor of your mobile phone (including the operator) disclaim any liability which may result from the improper use of the mobile phone.

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 in a battery,

-Do not burn or dispose of a used battery in household rubbish or store it at temperatures above 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 or those not recommended by TCT Mobile Limited and/or its affiliates.

This symbol on your telephone, the battery and the accessories means that these products must be taken to collection points at the end of their life:

- Municipal waste disposal centres with specific bins for these items of equipment - Collection bins at points of sale.

They will then be recycled, preventing substances being disposed of in the environment, so that their components can be reused.

In European Union countries:

These collection points are accessible free of charge.

All products with this sign must be brought to these collection points.

In non European Union jurisdictions:

Items of equipment with this symbol are not to be thrown into ordinary bins if your jurisdiction or your region has suitable recycling and collection facilities; instead they are to be taken to collection points for them to be recycled.

CAUTION: RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE. DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS

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 designed 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 independent groups of 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 10 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 mobile phone during use is generally much lower than the maximum values. In fact, since mobile phones 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.

CHARGERS

Mains powered chargers will operate within the temperature range of: 0°C to 40°C.

The chargers designed for your mobile phone meet with the standard for safety of information technology equipment and office equipment use. Due to different applicable electrical specifications, a charger you purchased in one jurisdiction may not work in another jurisdiction.They should be used for this purpose only.

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

(2)The European recommendation (1999/519/EC) is applicable in the following regions: 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 1.2 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 (radio-waves) exposure.

The World Health Organisation (WHO) 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.

Although no danger relating to the use of telephone was ever proved, the World Health Organisation advises as a precautionary measure to use your telephone with a good level of network reception as indicated on the telephone display (4 to 5 bars). It is also advised to keep the telephone, during communications, away from the belly of pregnant women and from the lower abdomen for teenagers.

Your telephone is equipped with a built-in antenna. For optimal operation, you should avoid touching it or degrading it.

LICENCES

Obigo® is a registered trademark of Obigo AB.

microSD Logo is a trademark.

The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by TCT Mobile Limited and its affiliates is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

OT-600 Bluetooth QD ID B014013.

T9 Text Input is licensed under one or more of the following: U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,187,480, 5,818,437, 5,945,928, 5,953,541, 6,011,554, 6,286,064, 6,307,548,

®

6,307,549, and 6,636,162, 6,646,573; European Pat. Nos. 0 842 463 (96927260.8), 1 010 057 (98903671.0), 1 018 069 (98950708.2); and additional patents are pending worldwide.

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

Internet address: www.alcatel-mobilephones.com

Hot Line Number: see “TCT Mobile Services” leaflet or go to our Internet site.

On our Internet site, you will find our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section. You can also contact us by e-mail to ask any questions you may have.

An electronic version of this user guide is available in English and other languages according to availability on our server: www.alcatelmobilephones.com

Your telephone is a transceiver that operates on GSM networks with 900 and 1800 MHz bands.

This equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. The entire copy of the Declaration of Conformity for your telephone can be obtained through our website: www.alcatel-mobilephones.com.

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Protection against theft (1)

Your telephone is identified by an IMEI (phone serial number) shown on the packaging label and in the product’s memory.We recommend that you note the number the first time you use your telephone by entering * # 0 6 # and keep it in a safe place. 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.

Disclaimer

There may be certain differences between the user manual description and the phone’s operation, depending on the software release of your telephone or specific operator services.

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

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

 

Navigation key (1):

 

Menu/Confirm an

 

option

 

Messages

 

Directory

 

WAP

 

File manager

Left softkey

Volume

 

Pick up/Send call

Right softkey

Call memory

Switch on/

Voicemail

Switch off

 

End call

Lock/Unlock

Vibration alert

 

(1)Depending on your network operator.

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1.1Keys

 

Navigation key

 

Confirm an option (press the middle of the key)

 

Access slide show and music player (long keypress)

(1)

Pick up

 

Send a call

 

Access call memory (Redial) (short keypress)

 

Access events (long keypress)

 

Switch on/Switch off the telephone (long keypress)

 

End call

 

Return to the main screen

(1)

Left softkey

(1)

Right softkey

 

Access your voicemail (long keypress)

In Edit mode:

-Short keypress: change input methods

-Switch from T9 predictive mode to Normal mode

-Long keypress: access the Symbols table

From main screen

-Short keypress: #

-Long keypress: activate/deactivate the vibrator In edit mode:

-Short keypress: (space)

-Long keypress: add a word

(1)The key mentioned on the following chapters stands for Send Call key only.

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1.2Main screen icons (1)

Battery charge level

Vibrate alert: your phone vibrates, but neither rings nor beeps except for the alarms (see page 69).

Bluetooth status (Blue - Activated).

Bluetooth status (Connected to an audio device).

Headset connected.

Keypad locked.

Call forwarding activated: your calls are forwarded (see page 28).

Alarm clock programmed (see page 50).

Level of network reception.

Voicemail message arrived.

Unanswered calls.

WAP alerts (2).

Roaming.

Memory card scanning in progress.

Memory card scanning completed.

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

(2)Depending on your network operator.

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Line switching (1): indicates the selected line.

GPRS connection status (Blue - Activated).

Shown only in no ciphering mode while calling, sending/receiving SMS.

Multimedia player active.

USB cable connected.

Reception of a message in progress.

Sending a message.

Silence mode: your phone neither rings, beeps nor vibrates except for the alarms (see page 69).

Message unread

Message list is full: your terminal cannot accept any new messages.You must access the message list and delete at least one message on your SIM card.

Preferred tariff areas (1).

Antenna off mode.

A2DP connected.

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

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

2.1Set-up

You must insert your SIM card (1) to make phone calls.

Inserting the SIM card

Removing the SIM card

Place the SIM card with the chip facing To remove the SIM card, lift the bottom downwards and slide it into its housing. up a bit and slide it out in the directions Make sure that it is correctly inserted. of the arrows. Please power off your phone before you remove the SIM card.

Installing the battery

Removing the battery

Insert and click the battery into place,

Unclip the cover, then remove the

then close the telephone cover.

battery.

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

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Charging the battery

Connect the battery charger

The charging may take about 20 minutes to start if the battery is flat.

Be careful not to force the plug into the socket.

Make sure the battery is correctly inserted before connecting the charger.

The mains socket must be near to the phone and easily accessible (avoid electric extension cables).

When using your telephone for the first time, charge the battery fully (approximately 3 hours). You are advised to fully charge the battery ( ).

The charge is complete when the animation stops. Only use Alcatel chargers.

Removing the back cover

Installing the back cover

2.2Power on your phone

Hold down the key until the telephone powers on, type in your PIN code if necessary and then confirm with the key. The main screen is displayed.

If you don’t know your PIN code or if you have forgotten it, contact your network operator. Do not leave your PIN code near your telephone and store your card in a safe place when not in use.

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If cell broadcast messages are displayed, use the key to browse through them in full or press the right softkey to return to the main screen.

While the phone is searching for a network, “Searching/Emergency” will be displayed.

In the power on screen, you also have access to "File manager", "Camera" and "Multimedia player" functions even if no SIM card inside.

2.3Power off your phone

Hold down the key from the main screen.

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

3.1Making a call

Dial the desired number then press the key to place the call. If you make a mistake, you can delete the incorrect digits by pressing the right softkey.

To hang up the call, press the

key.

To enter characters “+”,“W” (for tonewait) or “P” (used to store a number with extension number), hold down the key (the following characters will scroll by: 0, +, P,W).

Making an emergency call

If your phone is covered by the network, dial emergency number and press the key to make an emergency call. This works even without a SIM card and without typing the PIN code or unlocking the keypad.

3.2Calling your voicemail (1)

Your voicemail is provided by your network to avoid missing calls. It works like an answering machine that you can consult at any time.To access your voicemail, hold down the key.

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

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If the access number for your operator’s voicemail service does not work, dial the number that you were given.To change this number at a later date, refer to “My numbers” (see page 27).

To use your voicemail service from abroad, contact your network operator before leaving.

3.3Receiving a call

When you receive an incoming call, press the key to talk and then hang up using the key.

If the icon is displayed, the vibrator is activated and there is no ringtone. If the icon is displayed, the phone neither rings nor vibrates.

The caller’s number is displayed if it is transmitted by the network (contact your network operator to check service availability).

Muting the ringtone

Press the right softkey once while the telephone is ringing.Answer the call by pressing the key.

Rejecting a call

Press the key once or the right softkey twice.

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3.4During the call

Available functions

During a call, you can use your directory, your diary, short messages, etc. without losing your correspondent by pressing the key.

Call on hold

Ongoing call

Handsfree

WARNING: move the handset away from your ear while using the “handsfree” option because the amplified volume might cause hearing damage.

Directory

Messages

Organizer

Services (1)

Voice memo (record your current call).

Besides, you can switch the audio speech from handset to BT device when connected.

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

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Adjusting the volume

You can adjust the sound level during a call using the key.

Handling two calls

Answering a second call (Ensure that “Call waiting” is activated, see page 28).

To call a second party during a call, dial the number directly.

3.6Line switching (1)

Your SIM card can contain two distinct telephone numbers. Under “Call register”, choose “Line switching” and then select a default line; all your outgoing calls will be made from this number. Incoming calls, however, will continue to use the two lines.

The services programmed on the default line do not impact those selected on the other line.

3.5Conference calls (1)

Your phone allows you to talk to several people at the same time (up to 5). If you are on a double call, press “Options” and select “Conference” then confirm with the key. If a third call comes in, answer it by pressing the key and speak with your new correspondent.

This correspondent becomes a member of the conference if you press “Options” and select “Add to conference”, and then confirm by pressing . Pressing disconnects the current call.

To end the conference call, press “Options” and select “End conf.”.

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

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

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4 Menu ......................................

From the menu interface, you may directly access features by pressing the corresponding key (number keys and and keys).

1.

GAMES

5.

MESSAGES

2.

MULTIMEDIA PLAYER

 

-

Messages

 

-

Music player

 

-

Voice message

 

-

Video player

 

-

Photo message

 

-

Image viewer

 

-

Instant Messaging

3.

TOOLS

 

-

Voicemail

 

-

Settings

 

-

Bluetooth

 

 

 

 

 

 

-

Organizer

6.

DIRECTORY

 

-

Alarm

7.

CALL REGISTER

 

-

Calculator

 

-

Call memory

 

-

Converter

 

-

Events

 

-

Voice memo

 

-

My numbers

 

-

Memory status

 

-

Billing

 

-

Directory backup

 

-

Call settings

 

-

My shortcuts

8.

WAP

4.

CAMERA

 

-

Homepage

 

-

Camera

 

-

Bookmarks

 

-

Video

 

-

Recent pages

 

-

My creations

 

-

Go to URL

 

 

 

 

-

Profiles

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9.PROFILES

-General

-Vibration

-Loud

-Silent

-Antenna off mode

*. SERVICES (1)

-VAS

-Service dial number

-Data account

-My One Touch

0.FILE MANAGER

-My audios

-My images

-My videos

-My creations

-Unknown files

-Memory card

-Memory status

#.MY SETTINGS

-Color

-Theme

-Equalizer

-Display

-Clock

-Keys

-More settings...

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

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5 Call register ....................

5.1Call memory

You can access your call memory by pressing the key from the main screen. Choose the option of the desired list:

Unanswered calls

Outgoing calls (Redial)

Answered calls

Select a number of the call memory and press the “Options” softkey to

View call details, Create text/multimedia message, Save or Delete the selected number or clear the entire list (Delete all).

5.2Events

By holding down the key from main screen or accessing from main menu, it allows you to view a list of your all latest 20 events (SMS, MMS, WAP Alerts,Voicemail and unanswered calls).

5.3My numbers

Type in or modify your telephone number or the number to access your voicemail and confirm by pressing .Your telephone number is usually written on your SIM card.

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5.4Billing

You can access different items with this option:

Amount

You can view the total cost of charged calls, modify

 

it or reset it and enter the cost of a Telecom Unit in

 

the currency of your choice.

Duration

You can view the total duration of all outgoing calls

 

or reset it.

GPRS counter Management of the volume of data communications charged for (in kilobytes).

Beep duration You can activate or cancel the beep emitted during a call with a specified frequency (enter the frequency and confirm by ).

5.5Call settings (1)

You can access a number of items with this option:

5.5.1Call waiting

Activate/deactivate the notification of a second incoming call by a beep.

5.5.2Call forwarding

You can activate, cancel or verify the status of the call forwarding to the voicemail or to a specified number. The following configurations are possible:

Unconditional: systematic forwarding of all your calls. The icon is displayed.

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

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Conditional: if your line is busy, if you don’t answer or if you are outside the network range.

If busy, no reply or unreachable.

5.5.3Call barring

You can activate or deactivate the call barring for outgoing and incoming calls.The various options are:

Outgoing calls

The following configurations are possible:

All calls

All outgoing calls are barred.

All calls except

All outgoing calls except those in SIM directory are

SIM directory

barred.

5.5.4Caller ID

Activate/deactivate CLIR.

5.5.5Line switching (1)

Line switch between line 1 and line 2.

5.5.6Auto redial

You can activate or deactivate the automatic callback of your party for calls that do not get through the first time.

International calls Outgoing international calls are barred.

International

Outgoing international calls except those to your

except home

country of subscription are barred.

Incoming calls

The following configurations are possible:

All calls

All incoming calls are barred.

All calls except

All incoming calls except those in SIM directory are

SIM directory

barred.

Roaming

Incoming calls are barred when you are abroad.

Cancel all

Deactivate all call barring.

barring

 

Change barring

Change the original PW for activating call barring.

PW

 

 

(1)

Depending on your SIM card.

 

 

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6 Directory ..........................

6.1Consulting your directory

To access the directory from the main screen, press the key (1) or press the key and select the icon from the menu.

You can also customise a quick access to your contact with the keypad customisation (see page 44).

You have 5 directories:

General

Most called

SIM directory

Phone directory

Group

In addition to the directories already provided, you can create up to 5 groups (maximum 100 entries per group).

(1)Depending on your network operator.

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Searching for a contact

You can search for a contact by multi-pressing the keys associated with the first letter and the other ones of his/her name.

Reading a file

Select a name from your directory, then press to read the file.

Sending Vcard via Bluetooth

Selecting the Vcard you wish to transfer ("Options\Send vCard\By Bluetooth").

Making the call

Press the key once the name is selected. If several numbers are associated with the name to be called, you must first choose the number from the list (Mobile, Home, Office, etc.) using the key. Press the key to make the call.

Information in the directory and the diary may be sent to and received from a computer using the PC suite.

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6.2Creating a file

Select the directory in which you wish to create a file, press the "Options" softkey, select "Create file" then .

When you create a new contact in the product directory, at least one of the following fields must be filled in: First name, Last name, Group, Mobile, Home, Ringtone, Image, Video, Work, Fax, Email, Birthday, Company.

You can move from one field to another using the key.

If you use your phone abroad, store the numbers in your directories in international format “+” followed by the country code (see page 20).

6.3Available options

From the list of names in SIM directory, General directory or Group you can access the following options:

View

View a complete file: name, numbers, address, e-mail,

 

etc.

Create file

Create a file (name, numbers, address, e-mail, etc.) in

 

the desired directory.

Create text/

Send an SMS/MMS to a contact you selected from

multimedia

the directory.

message

 

Edit

Modify the contents of a file: name, number,

 

ringtone, image, etc.

Delete

Delete the selected file.

Set ringtone

Customise the ringtone of incoming call for the

 

contact in "My favorite".

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Move

Move a file from SIM directory to Phone directory,

 

vice versa.

Reset

Reset the contacts in "Most called".

Delete all

Delete all the files in the current directory.

Copy

Copy a file from SIM directory to Phone directory,

 

vice versa.

Copy all

Copy the whole directory from SIM directory to

 

Phone directory, vice versa.

Send vCard

Exchange data via MMS or Bluetooth (see page 48).

Create group

Create a group of files.

Delete group

The group and its files will be completely deleted.

Associate/

If the original one in SIM or General directory is

Not associate

modified, the one in a group will be updated

 

accordingly, otherwise not.

Set as My

Set the number as your favourite, whose ringtone

favorite

could be different.

Send number

Send the number to the others by SMS.

My number

Type in, modify or send the user's own number by

 

SMS.

Memory status

View used & available space in SIM and Phone

 

directory.

Default storage

Set default storage to store new contacts.

Display format

Select the format of name display.

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

You can create, edit and receive SMS and MMS with this mobile phone.

MMS is a message whereby you can send video clips, images, photos, animations and sounds to other compatible mobiles and e-mail addresses.

The MMS function can only be used if the service is provided by your operator, and if your contract includes the MMS option and if all the parameters for MMS have been entered (see page 40).

7.1Messages:Text/Multimedia message (1)

7.1.1Create message

From the main menu select "Messages" to create text/multimedia message.

You can type a message but you can also modify a predefined message in Templates or customise your message by adding pictures, photos, sounds, titles, etc (only available while editing a MMS). While writing a message, select “Options” to access all the messaging options.

(1)Depending on your network operator.

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You can save your messages that you send often to Drafts or Templates.

An SMS message of more than 160 characters (the number of characters depends on the languages you writing in) will be charged as several SMS. An MMS message containing photos and/or sounds may also be billed as more than one message.

7.1.2Inbox

All received messages (read and unread) are stored in the same Inbox.

When viewing your messages, you will find the following status icons, depending on the type of message: unread SMS in phone, unread SMS in SIM card, read SMS in phone, read SMS in SIM card, unread MMS in phone, read MMS in phone, message reception in progress and message sending in progress.

Receiving and reading SMS/MMS

When you receive a new message, the following message is displayed: “X new message!”, a beep sounds, the icon shows up, a line with the number of messages appears on the screen. Select this line and press to read it directly from the main screen.

Once you have read the message, the following options are given: Reply, Forward the message to another person, Edit, Delete, Delete all and extract number or URL (Use number/Use URL).

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7.1.3Unsent

All failed to be sent messages.

7.1.4Sent

All sent messages.

7.1.5Drafts

All drafts messages.

7.1.6WAP alerts

Store WAP push messages.

7.1.7Empty folder

Delete all messages in “Inbox/Unsent/Sent/Drafts”.

7.1.8Templates

A list of predefined messages is available. Select one, edit it if required, and then send it.You can also create your own predefined text messages.

7.2Voice message

Record voice and send as MMS.

7.3Photo message

Take a photo and send as MMS.

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7.4Instant Messaging (1)

Instant Messaging (IM, also called “Chat”) is one of the most popular services on the Internet after e-mails. The presence feature allows users to check when their friends are online and communicate with them in near real-time.

You can now “chat” with your mobile phone.

7.4.1Log in

You may let your Instant Messaging service start up automatically when you switch on the phone. You may also choose to login the service automatically with the user data you stored in the phone.

7.4.2Presence

IM enables a user to see the connection status or presence of other users.

The presence includes a combination of network status information (online or offline) and user specified status information (available or busy).

An important privacy protection feature of Instant Messaging is the ability to block another user at any time. Blocked users cannot see your presence neither send you unsolicited IM (SPIM: the word for IM spam).

In one glance you can know the presence of your friends thanks to the IM buddy list: it is the list of contacts with whom you may chat. You can manage your IM buddy list: add a new contact (using a mobile phone number or the messenger ID), or search for a contact.

You can also create groups of contacts in order to well manage your contact list.

(1)Depending on version, this feature may not be available.

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7.4.3Always on

Mobile IM works the same way as on a PC: you can still receive IM messages, even if the IM application is not on the screen.An IM icon in the status bar shows you whether IM is on or off.The icon shows:

if you are online and available,

if you are online and busy,

if there are unread IM

No icon means that you are not connected.

7.4.4Receiving and reading IM

When you receive a new IM notification (a new IM, an information message…),

an IM message is displayed:“You have received an IM message from…”, “You have received an invitation from…”

you have a specific sound alert for IM (to modify or deactivate the audible signal, refer to IM parameters below),

in the status bar, the IM icon is updated,

a line with the number of conversations with different friends (whatever

the number of IMs) or information messages appears on the idle screen. Select this line and press to access it from the main screen.

You can also create a private chatroom and invite your online contacts to chat together.

7.4.5IM parameters

You can update the IM server parameters in the same way as for a WAP profile.

7.5Voicemail

All vocal messages received.

7.6Settings

7.6.1Text message

Profile settings Profiles can be retrieved directly from SIM card. Alternatively, you can create your own profile.

General setting Delivery report, request for acknowledgement of delivery report On/Off. Reply path (1) show reply path.

Alphabet mgmt. It enables you to define SMS data coding for SMS sending.

Memory status Memory used on the phone.

Preferred Select default message storage, SIM or phone. storage

Pref. Bearer Bearer preference.

7.6.2Multimedia message

Edit

Set edit mode, image size and signature.

Sending

Set the values for validity period, Read report, etc.

Retrieve

Set the values for Home network, Roaming

 

network, etc.

Filter

Set criteria for filtering.

Profiles

Follow the same procedure as for setting your WAP

 

connection.

Memory status Memory used on the phone.

 

(1)

Depending on your network operator.

 

 

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7.6.3Broadcast SMS (1)

Receive mode

Enable to receive broadcast SMS.

Read message

Store the received messages.

Languages

Language selection.

Channel setting

Select/Add/Edit/Delete channels.

8 My settings ......................

From the main screen, select the icon menu and select the function of your choice in order to customise your telephone.

8.1Color

This function enables you to customise the graphic style and the colours of your telephone.

8.2Theme

The “Theme” menu allows you to customise your telephone to suit your own taste.You can modify several customizable items at the same time.

When using the telephone for the first time, a default “Theme” is activated.

Even if you choose a Theme, you can still modify the elements in it one by one.You can reactivate any Theme at any time.

When changing a Theme, an installation screen appears until the eight elements are installed.

8.3Equalizer

You can choose and adapt the different music style preset.

(1)Depending on your network operator.

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8.4Display

8.4.1Wallpaper

The wallpaper is displayed when you switch on your telephone.

You can access the main functions from the wallpaper either with the navigation key or by pressing and by selecting the icons displayed on the screen (1).

By selecting “Wallpaper” you can customise it by replacing the default image or animation displayed on your telephone.

Fixed wallpaper Set down any picture as wallpaper.

Varied wallpaper Wallpaper vary once an hour, once a day, once a

week...

When you receive an event (incoming call, SMS/MMS, notifications, etc.) the icon, type and number of events will be displayed on your wallpaper allowing you to consult them directly.

8.4.2Screen saver

If you activate this option, the screen saver will be displayed a little while after the main screen.You can choose a picture, an animation, or a video as your screen saver.

8.4.3Power On/Off (2)

You can customise your welcome animation or image that appears when you switch on your phone.

You can also customise your OFF screen with an image or animation.

(1)Depending on the operator.

(2)Depending on the model.

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8.4.4Menu display (1)

Normal

Display with 12 main menus.

Easy

Display with 4 main menus.

8.4.5Special effects

Energize your menu entry by selecting "On".

8.4.6Zoom (1)

This feature allows you to zoom in name or number display in Directory, Dialling and Outgoing/Incoming call, as well as the font of text in message reading.

8.5Clock

It allows you to have settings of date and time, including 12/24h format. Also you can set the daylight saving adjustment.

8.6Keys

8.6.1Softkeys/Navigation key

These keys have predefined functions, which vary from one model to another (operator services, games access, ...).You can customise (2) them, assign the functions, numbers from directory and URL you wish to each key.

(1)Availability depends on language group.

(2)Depending on your network operator.

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8.6.2Keys

By customising your keys, you can access any function directly from the main screen.

8.7More settings…

8.7.1Auto lock

Your keypad would be locked automatically or you may also lock it manually by holding down the key.

Unlock the keypad

Hold down the key when locked.

The keypad will be unlocked automatically on receiving a call or plugging in the charger.

8.7.2Backlight

Screen

It allows you to reduce brightness for better

 

performance of batteries and save power during

 

periods of expected inactivity. You may also

 

customise its duration, 5s, 10s, 30s and 1min.

Keypad

You may customise your keypad light by selecting

 

On/Off when activated.

8.7.3Headset

Switch audio play (incoming call, message beep, alarm beep...) between Headset only and Phone&Headset.

8.7.4Languages (1)

Display language for messages (select using ).The “Automatic” option selects the language according to the home network (if available).

8.7.5Dictionary

You have a dictionary to which you can add your own words in addition to those suggested by the predictive input system.When you consult your dictionary, you can add, modify or erase words by using the “Options” softkey.

8.7.6Input mode (2)

Please see chapter “Latin input mode”, page 71. In addition to the specific characters table for Cyrillic, Chinese, other data input modes are also available in your telephone. This feature allows you to write short messages and add names with special characters to your directory.

8.7.7Security

Activate PIN

The SIM card protection code is requested each

 

time as the phone is powered on if this code is

 

activated.

Change PIN

Change PIN code.

Change PIN2

A protection code for certain SIM card features

 

(Billing/Cost/FDN, etc.) will be requested if you

 

attempt to access it, if the code is activated. Select

 

to update it with a new one (between 4 and 8

 

digits).

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

(2)Depending on the language.

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Activate phone It is requested each time as the phone is powered code on if this code is activated.

Change phone Change phone password, its initial one is 1234. code

Fixed dialed It allows the phone to be "locked" so that it can only number dial certain numbers, or numbers with certain prefixes. To activate this function, PIN2 code is

mandatory.

8.7.8 Networks

Network selection

Preferred

List of networks to which you wish to be connected

networks

in order of priority (update this list using

).

Select network

The choice of the network connection is left up to

 

the user.

 

Search mode

Network connection switching between "Manual"

 

and "Automatic".

 

GPRS connection (1)

 

When needed

GPRS mode active depending on connection

 

requirements.

 

Always

GPRS mode continuously active.

 

8.7.9Connectivity

A set of profile settings for messaging (MMS, IMPS...) and WAP connection.

(1)Depending on network availability.

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

9.1Bluetooth™ (1)

Access this feature by selecting “Tools” from the main menu, then “Bluetooth”.

To use your phone with a Bluetooth device, you need to proceed in two steps:

-Pair and register the device to your phone,

-Select it to use hands-free communication. Only one Bluetooth audio device (your Bluetooth headset or your Bluetooth car kit) can be connected during the communication.

Pair and register your Bluetooth device

Activate the Bluetooth feature by selecting the “Tools\Bluetooth\ Activation\On” option.Then enter the “Device list” menu to search for connectable Bluetooth devices and select the device you want to be paired with in the list. If the bluetooth device has no keyboard, enter its default password to register it with your phone. If the Bluetooth device has keyboard/keypad, enter the same set of password on both handset and the device to get it registered.

From the list, press the “Options” softkey to connect/disconnect, rename, search for new devices or delete an unconnected one from the list.

(1)You are highly recommended to use Alcatel OT-BM81 (mono) Bluetooth headsets, which have been tested and proved fully compatible with OT-600.

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Don’t forget to turn on your Bluetooth device and activate the pairing mode while pairing it with your phone.

Available functions

Data transmit Exchange files with another bluetooth device.

Handle a call Initiate or receive a phone call with a Bluetooth headset.

Listen to music Support A2DP profile.

Settings

Visibility: Select whether you want to hide (“Hidden”) or show to all (“Shown to all”) your phone.

My phone's name: you may change your phone name, which is visible to the others.

Always activate Bluetooth in your phone first before connecting it to a Bluetooth device. Be aware that Bluetooth activation will slightly affect battery life of your phone.

Bluetooth technology allows free wireless connections between all Bluetooth-compliant devices within short range. Please make sure that the Bluetooth headset or the Bluetooth car kit and your mobile phone are in this range and set as "Visibility".

Your phone is Bluetooth™ v1.1, v1.2 and v2.0 compatible.

9.2Organizer

Once you enter this menu from “Tools”, there is a monthly-view calendar for you to keep track of important meetings, appointments, etc. Days with events entered will be marked in color.

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Available options:

Create

Create an appointment.

View

See today's appointments.

appointments

 

List all

See all the created appointments.

appointments

 

Jump to date

Input the required date and it will be immediately

 

highlighted.

9.3Alarm

Your mobile phone has a built-in alarm clock with a snooze feature. You can set up to five separate alarms and choose whether or not the alarm should repeat.

Repeat

You may select Once (default)/Every day/Days.

Snooze

The alarm will repeat at regular intervals.

9.4Calculator

You can use it to perform basic calculations. Hold down the key to get the decimal point. Confirm with the key or the left softkey.

9.5Converter

9.5.1Unit converter

You can use the Weight and Length conversion by selecting the unit you wish to convert via , then press to input the digits. Finally confirm with key or left softkey.

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9.5.2Currency converter

The currency converter allows you to:

Convert a currency directly into euros and vice versa (1).

Convert between international currencies, both currencies must be selected by keys. You are requested to input the appropriate exchange rate.

9.6Voice memo

This feature enables you to record a call by selecting “Voice memo” while communicating. To record a sound, select “Voice memo”, then “New record”.

9.7Memory status

It will indicate how much space is used and how much is currently free on your phone and memory card (if any).

9.7.1Phone memory

View available memory space.

Your phone’s memory is shared among several functions: directory, scheduler, messages, voice messages, images, melodies, games, applications and video clips.

(1)For the former European national currencies, the currency converter uses the final Euro conversion rates set on 31/12/1998, which are used in accordance with official conversion rules.

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9.7.2Memory card (MicroSD card)

View the memory available on your MicroSD card.

You are advised to save large files (like videos, songs,…) on your microSD card.

9.8Directory backup

It maintains copy of contacts between Phone Directory and memory card, in case of phone errors, theft or disasters.

Export

Export phone contacts to memory card.

Cover import

Import by replacing phone contacts with the ones in

 

memory card.

Append import

Import by newly adding contacts from memory

 

card.

9.9My shortcuts

Access the shortcuts already programmed.

To programme new shortcuts: select “My shortcuts” if you want to create a quick access to a function, Directory, or WAP Bookmarks, etc.

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10WAP ..............................

10.1 Homepage

Launch the WAP browser with the homepage of the active profile.

10.2 Bookmarks

Access your favorite sites.

10.3 Recent pages

Pages which you recently browsed.

10.4 Go to URL

Enter the URL of WAP site.

10.5 Profiles

10.5.1 Edit profile

Edit existing profile or create new profile.

10.5.2 Browser options

Set the value for timeout and auto loading of image.

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10.5.3 Push message settings

Enable or disable receiving service message from WAP.

10.5.4 Clear cache

Empty the phone’s cache memory.

10.5.5 Clear cookies

Clear cookies from website.

10.5.6 Trusted certificates

Certificates of trusted sites.

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11 File manager ................

You will have an access to all audio and visual files stored in phone or memory card in File manager.

11.2 My images

You can select an image or a photo as wallpaper, ON/OFF screen, or assign it to a contact in the directory.

The images will be displayed in alphabetical order.

11.1 My audios

Choose an audio for the ON/OFF screen, for an incoming call, a message alert, power on/off ringtone or an alarm and scheduler.

The “My audios” album contains the following folders (1):

-Music: full track music.

-Melodies: melodies that can be set as ringtone.

-Recorded: all recorded sounds.

-General: contains all audio files stored in phone or memory card.

DRM: Digital Rights Management feature allows sounds and images to be played while protecting the associated copyright. DRM counter-based files and files with expired rights will not be automatically played when scrolling the list.

(1)The embedded folder names cannot be modified. However, in certain cases, you can modify, delete and add items included in these folders.

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11.3 My videos

The "My videos" album contains all video clips embedded and downloaded in phone or memory card.

11.4 My creations

This feature stores all the photos captured by your mobile phone.

Thumbnails are displayed for preview. In addition, you can use “Mark” function, to select multiple files.

In idle screen, holding down the key to show all photos in "My creations" in slide with music playing in background (if any).

11.5 Unknown files

Store files of unsupported format.

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11.6 Memory card

You will have access to all files stored in memory card here.

When a memory card is inserted for the first time, it will be scanned and the default folders will be created.

Insert the memory card

Remove the memory card

Unclip the back cover and insert

Unclip the back cover and gently

the MicroSD card into the slot.

push the memory card until

 

 

unlocked.Take out your MicroSD

 

 

card and clip the back cover.

Available options

 

 

New folder

Create more folders.

Delete folder

Remove folders.

 

Rename folder

Rename folder's name.

Empty folder

Delete all files in one folder.

Memory card

To format it or to query its memory status.

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11.7Managing audios, images, videos and creations

According to the item chosen, you can access some of the functions below:

View

View the selected image. If you want to view all the

 

pictures in your folder in a slideshow hold down

 

on the current picture.

Play

Play the selected video.

Send (1)

Send the audio/image/video.

Delete

Delete the audio/image/video selected (Not

 

applicable for embedded items).

Set as

- Image->wallpaper, screen saver, switch ON/OFF,

 

assign it to a contact.

 

- Sound->ringtone, message beep, switch ON/OFF,

 

assign it to a contact.

 

- Video->Screen saver, switch ON/OFF or assign it

 

to a contact,

Modify

Modify an image (2).

Download

Download new items.

Rename

Rename the audio/image/video.

Sort

Sort the files by name, type, time and size.

(1)Files marked with cannot be sent.

(2)Only applies to images that can be cleared but not for copyrighted files.

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Move to phone/ memory card
Properties
Activate
Copy to phone/ memory card
Delete Delete all List view Slideshow (1)
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Move a file from the product memory to the memory card and vice-versa.

Display part of the ID3 Tag content of an MP3 file.

DRM file option.

Copy a file to the phone memory or the memory card.

Delete the files except the embedded ones.

Delete all the files except the embedded ones.

View the files in the type of list.

Show the images continuously.

Access “Camera” function directly.

Mark/Unmark a click on a file for further operation.

Mark/Unmark all Mark/Unmark a click on all files.

Delete marked Delete all the marked files.

11.8 Formats and compatibility (2)

-Sounds: mp3, m4a, aac, midi, wav, amr

-Images: jpg, gif, bmp

-Videos: 3gp, mjpg

11.9 Memory status

See page 51.

(1)Only applies to images that can be cleared but not for copyrighted files.

(2)Depending on product and market.

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

Your mobile phone is fitted with a camera for taking photos and shooting videos that you can use in different ways:

-store them in your “File manager”.

-send them in a multimedia message (MMS) to a mobile phone or an email address.

-customise your main screen (see page 43).

-select them as incoming call image to a contact in your directory.

-transfer them by data cable or microSD card to your computer.

-modify your photos through adding frames (see page 62).

12.1 Access

To access the function from the main screen:

-press the left softkey,

-press the key to access the menu and select the icon.

12.2 Camera

12.2.1 Take a photo, save or delete

The screen acts as the viewfinder. Position the object or landscape in the viewfinder and press to take the picture and the pictures will be automatically saved. But if you don’t want it, you may directly delete it by pressing left softkey “Delete”.

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12.2.2 Settings in framing mode

Before taking the photo, you can adjust a number of settings by using the following shortcuts:

Selected options bar:

Image size

Quality

White balance

Capture mode

Exposure

Timer

Night mode

Left softkey: Options

Key : Quality: High/

Standard/Economy

Key : White balance

Key :Add frame (only available to size 128x160)

Key : Image size: 128x160, 160x120, 320x240, 640x480, 1280x1024

Key : Color mode: color or black&white

Navigation key: : take the picture

: exposure – or + : zoom in or out

Right softkey: Back, return to sub-menus previous screen

Key : Capture mode

1 / 3 / 5 shot / Off / Mosaic

Key

: Night mode:

On / Off

 

Key : Hide/Unhide all icons

Key : Timer: 5 / 10 / 15 sec / Off

From the photo shot screen, press the “Options” softkey not only to access: “Image size”, “Capture mode”, “Quality”, “Timer”, “White balance”,“Color mode”,“Add frame”, but also following ones:

File manager Go to the File manager feature.

Saving location You may choose saving location if MicroSD card is inserted.

Restore default Make all settings recover as default value.

Hotkeys List all hotkeys.

12.2.3 Options available after taking the photo

Four transparent icons available on the photos for your selection:

: Set as wallpaper

: Assign to a contact

: Send by Bluetooth : Send by MMS

12.2.4 Modifying images

Access the “File manager\My creations” after taking a photo, and then select “Modify”.

12.3 Video

You can record unlimited length of video clip as long as the battery sustains and there is sufficient memory.

This feature can be accessed only when the "Memory card" is well inserted.

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12.3.1 Video setting while in framing mode

12.3.2 Framing mode

Key : Color mode: Normal, Grayscale, Sepia, Sepia green, Sepia blue, etc.

Key : White balance: Auto, Daylight,Tungsten, Fluorescent, Cloudy and Incandescence.

Key : Night mode: On/Off

: Exposure correction : Zoom in/out

Key :

In framing mode: start to record;

In recording mode: pause/ resume

When you enter the “Video” function, your are in Framing mode. Use the mobile screen as a viewfinder and press the “Options” softkey for Camcorder settings (White balance, Exposure Value, Night mode and Banding),Video quality settings, Color mode settings, to access the “File manager”, and to restore default value.

12.3.3 Recording mode

Once you have chosen your settings, you can launch the recording of your video-clip by pressing the key.

During the recording, you can use the and keys to zoom in or out.

If you receive a call in recording mode, video recording will be stopped and pop up to inquiry whether to save it.

12.3.4 Playing mode

In the list of "My creations", press "Options" to play the video and send by MMS or Bluetooth.

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13 Multimedia player ........

Access this feature from the main menu by selecting “Multimedia player” or directly by holding down the key. You will have full flexibility of managing music both on your mobile and memory card.

13.1 Music player (1)

You can have access to your music files through one of the following:

All songs

Contains all songs both on phone memory and

 

memory card.

Playlist

List created on the PC.

Update songs

Update the information of songs saved in memory

 

card.

Album/Artist/

Music files are categorized by Album, Artist or

Genre

Genre based on information stored in the tags.

 

Those missing such information will be classified as

 

Unknown files”.

 

My star list

You can simply add your favorite songs to "My star

 

list" by holding down

during playing music

 

(max 100).

 

(1)Only music files in mp3, m4a and aac format will be visible in Multimedia player.

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Use keys to manage the Multimedia player:

-: Set the volume level

- : Go to previous/next title (short keypress) Fast play backward/forward (long keypress)

- : Switch sound between handset and Bluetooth.

13.1.1 Settings

Access by pressing the right navigation key for following options:

Play mode Normal, Repeat current, Repeat all, Shuffle and Repeat shuffle.You may also customise it simply by pressing during playing music.

Equalizer Different music styles preset in the phone.You may also customise it simply by pressing during playing music.

Play in BluetoothIn playing screen, press the key to shift between play in speaker and play in BT stereo bluetooth.

Color

Change the skin of your Multimedia player.

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13.2 Video player

Contains all video clips both in phone and memory card and supports playback.

Only the videos in the predefined folders could be recognized.

14 Games ..........................

Your Alcatel phone may include some games.

13.3 Image Viewer

A library links to the pictures in "My creations" to be shown in slide, set as Wallpaper, Screen saver, Power on/off display, and Contact ID, or sent by MMS, Bluetooth.

14.1 Game settings

It allows you to manage game settings, in which you may set "Background music", "Sound effect" and "Vibration".

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15 Profiles ..........................

With this menu, you may personalise ringtones for different events and environments.

15.4 Silent

This profile will turn off all ringtones, even notification sounds.

15.5 Antenna off mode

Antenna off mode, under which you will have no voice call, Bluetooth or messaging functions, can be used to increase standy duration.

15.1 General

To modify the sound settings, press "Options" and select “Edit” and you will see below functions using key:

Select a melody from the list using the key then confirm by pressing .

Mode (normal, discreet, vibrate...).You may set your phone ringtone to Normal, Discreet (ring with beep), Vibrate (all sounds are replaced by vibrations except for alarms),Vibrate and ring,Vibrate then ring, Beep and vibrate, Silence (no sounds except for alarms, the icon will be displayed). Ringtones sound with increasing volume.

Adjust the volume using the key.

Select the type of key beep.

Select a melody for a new incoming message.

Select a melody for an alarm or appointment.

Power on beep.

Power off beep.

15.2 Vibration

Activate it, your cellphone vibrates when new event coming, but neither rings nor beeps except for the alarms.

15.3 Loud

It is a profile designed for outdoor user who requires louder ringtones.

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16 Making the most of your

mobile..................................

16.1 PC suite

PC suite is provided on our website.You can download software upgrade for free from the website.The PC suite includes:

-Backup/restore

You can backup the important data in your mobile and restore them when needed.

-GPRS Modem

Use your mobile phone to connect PC to the internet.

-Multimedia Personalization

Customise your mobile with images, animations, videos and melodies.

-Music management

Create and transfer playlists with music files and provide lyrics editing.

-Messaging

You can compose SMS/MMS easily on your PC and transfer them to phone.

Supported Operating Systems

- Windows 2000/XP/Vista

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17 Latin input mode/

character table (1) ................

To write messages, there are two writing methods:

Normal

Predictive with the T9 mode

Normal

This mode allows you to type a text by choosing a letter or a sequence of characters associated with a key. Press the key several times until the desired letter is highlighted.

When you release the key the highlighted character is inserted into the text.

Write message

Options

Back

Predictive T9 mode

This mode speeds up the writing of your text.

Write the word by pressing a key between and . Press the key once and the word will be modified each time you press a key. As you go on, the word will keep changing.

Key

- Long keypress: insert 1

Keypad

-Short keypress: alpha input (a, b)

-Long keypress: numeric input (1, 2, 3)

Key

-Short keypress: change input methods

-Switch from T9 predictive mode to Normal mode

-Long keypress: access the Symbols table

Navigation key:

- : RIGHT/LEFT: Validate the word

- : UP: Previous word in the dictionary

- : DOWN: Next word in the dictionary

Key

-Short keypress: (space)

-Long keypress: add a word

Key

-Short keypress:Access the language list

-Long keypress: Enter zero

(1)For specific languages as Chinese, please see specific input leaflets.

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Symbol table

Hold down the key to display the symbols table; the cursor is positioned in the centre. Use the navigation key to move it and the key to select.

Symbols table

Select Back

18Telephone warranty............

Congratulations on choosing this mobile phone - we hope that you will be completely satisfied with it.

Your phone is guaranteed against any deviation from technical specifications for a period of twelve (12) months from the date specified on your original invoice, subject to any other specific provisions (1).

The warranty terms defined in the manual also apply to the battery and accessories sold with the phone but for a period of six (6) months (2) from the date of purchase shown on your original invoice.

Under the terms of this warranty, you must immediately inform your vendor (or any repair centre approved by TCT Mobile Limited or its affiliates, which are listed on our website http://www.alcatel-mobilephones.com) in case of a conformity defect on your phone, and present the invoice given to you at the time of purchase.The vendor or repair centre will decide whether to replace or repair, as appropriate, all or any part of the telephone or accessory found to be defective; this warranty covers the cost of parts and labour but excludes any other costs. Repair or replacement may be carried out using reconditioned components offering equivalent functionality.

Servicing under the terms of this warranty, especially repair, modification or replacement of products, shall entitle to a ONE (1) month warranty unless there are statutory provisions to the contrary.

This warranty shall not apply to damage or defects to your mobile phone and/or accessory caused by:

1)not following the instructions for use or installation,

2)not being compliant with technical and safety standards applicable in the geographical area where the equipment is used,

(1)The mandatory warranty period may vary if overriding statutory provisions are applicable in your jurisdiction.

(2)The life of a rechargeable mobile phone battery in terms of conversation time, standby time, and total service life, will depend on the conditions of use and network configuration. Batteries being considered expendable supplies, the specifications state that you should obtain optimal performance for your mobile phone during the first six months after purchase and for approximately 200 more recharges.

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3)improper maintenance of sources of energy, and of the overall electric installation,

4)accidents or consequences of theft of the vehicle in which the telephone is transported, acts of vandalism, lightning, fire, humidity, infiltration of liquids, inclement weather,

5)connecting to or integrating into the phone any equipment not supplied or not recommended by TCT Mobile Limited or its affiliates, without their express written consent for such,

6)any servicing, modification or repair performed by individuals not authorised by TCT Mobile Limited or its affiliates, the vendor or the approved maintenance centre,

7)use of the mobile phone and/or its accessory for a purpose other than that for which it was designed,

8)normal wear,

9)malfunctions caused by external causes (e.g., radio interference from other equipment, power voltage fluctuations),

10)modifications made to the equipment even if required by changes in regulations and/or modification of network parameters,

11)faulty connections resulting from unsatisfactory radio transmission or caused by the absence of radio relay coverage.

12)equipment on which markings or serial numbers have been removed or altered, and handsets on which labels have been removed or deteriorated shall be excluded from the warranty.

In accordance with the applicable law, your product is warranted against hidden defects (defects inherent in the design, manufacture, etc.).

There are no express warranties, whether written or oral, other than this printed limited warranty, express or implied, of any nature whatsoever.

In no event shall TCT Mobile Limited or its affiliates be liable for incidental or consequential damages of any nature whatsoever, including but not limited to trading loss, commercial loss, to the full extent those damages can be disclaimed by law. Some countries/states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitation of the duration of implied warranties, so the preceding limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.

19Accessories (1) ......................

The latest generation of Alcatel GSM mobile phones offers a built-in handsfree feature that allows you to use the telephone from a distance, placed on a table for example. For those who prefer to keep their conversations confidential, an earpiece is also available known as the headset.

Standard charger

Stereo headset

Battery

Only use your telephone with Alcatel batteries, chargers and accessories compatible with your model.

(1)Pictures for reference only.

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20Troubleshooting ..................

Before contacting the aftersales department, you are advised to follow the instructions below:

You are advised to switch off the telephone from time to time to optimise its performance.

You are advised to fully charge ( ) the battery for optimal operation.

Avoid storing large amounts of data in your telephone as this may affect the performance of your telephone.

and carry out the following checks:

My mobile phone will not switch on

Press until the screen comes on

Check the battery charge level

Check the battery contacts, remove and reinstall your battery, then turn your telephone back on

My phone has not responded for several minutes

Press the key

Remove the battery and re-insert it, then switch the phone back on

My screen is difficult to read

Clean your screen

Use your mobile phone in accordance with the recommended conditions of use

My mobile phone turns off by itself

Check that your keypad is locked when you are not using your mobile phone

Check the battery charge level

My mobile phone has a low level of autonomy

Make sure you respected the complete charge timing (minimum 3 hours)

After a partial charge, the battery level indicator may not be exact.Wait for at least 20 minutes after removing the charger to obtain an exact indication

My mobile phone will not charge properly

Make sure that your battery is not completely discharged; the battery charge indicator can take several minutes and may be accompanied by a quiet whistling sound

Make sure charging is carried out under normal conditions (0°C +40°C)

Make sure your battery is inserted. It must be inserted before plugging in the charger

Make sure you are using an Alcatel battery and charger

When abroad, check that the electrical current is compatible

My mobile phone will not connect to a network

Try connecting in another location

Verify the network coverage with your operator

Check with your operator that your SIM card is valid

Try selecting the available network(s) manually (see page 47)

Try connecting at a later time if the network is overloaded

SIM card error

Make sure the SIM card has been correctly inserted (see page 16)

Verify with your operator that your SIM card is 3V compatible; the old 5V SIM cards cannot be used

Make sure the chip on your SIM card is not damaged or scratched

Unable to make outgoing calls

Make sure you have dialled a valid number and press the key

For international calls, check the country and area codes

Make sure your mobile phone is connected to a network, and that the network is not overloaded or unavailable

Check your subscription status with your operator (credit, SIM card valid, etc.)

Make sure you have not barred outgoing calls (see page 29)

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Unable to receive incoming calls

Make sure your mobile phone is switched on and connected to a network (check for overloaded or unavailable network)

Check your subscription status with your operator (credit, SIM card valid, etc.)

Make sure you have not forwarded incoming calls (see page 28)

Make sure that you have not barred certain calls

The caller’s name does not appear when a call is received

Check that you have subscribed to this service with your operator

Your caller has concealed his/her number

The sound quality of the calls is not optimal

You can adjust the volume during a call by means of the key

Check the radio reception icon level

I am unable to use the features described in the manual

Check with your operator to make sure that your subscription includes this service

Make sure this feature does not require an Alcatel accessory

When I select a number from my directory, the number is not dialled

Make sure that you have correctly recorded the number in your file

Make sure that you have selected the country prefix when calling a foreign country

I am unable to create a file in my directory

Make sure that your SIM card directory is not full; delete some files or save the files in the product directory (i.e. your professional or personal directories)

My callers are unable to leave messages on my voicemail

Contact your network operator to check service availability

I cannot access my voicemail

Make sure your operator’s voicemail number is correctly entered in “My Numbers

Try later if the network is busy

I am unable to send and receive messages MMS,Vox MMS

Check your phone memory available as it might be full

Contact your network operator to check service availability and check MMS parameters (see page 40)

Verify the server centre number or your MMS profile with your operator

The server centre may be saturated; try again later

The icon is displayed on my standby screen

You have saved too many short messages on your SIM card; delete some of them or archive them in the product memory

“No service” is displayed

You are outside of the network coverage area

I have already entered 3 incorrect PIN codes

Contact your network operator to obtain the PUK code (Personal Unblocking Key)

I am unable to connect my telephone to my computer

Install first of all Alcatel’s PC suite

Use “Install the connection” and perform the installation

Check that your computer meets the requirements for Alcatel’s PC Suite installation

I am unable to download new files

Check for free space

Delete some files

Select the MicroSD Card to store the files you downloaded

Check your subscription status with your operator

The phone can’t be detected by others via Bluetooth

Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and your mobile phone is visible to other users (see page 48)

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ALCATEL is a trademark of Alcatel-Lucent and used under license by

TCT Mobile Limited.

All rights reserved © Copyright 2009 TCT Mobile Limited.

TCT Mobile Limited reserves the right to alter material or technical

specification without prior notice.

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