Alcatel-Lucent OT-S522C User Manual

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Safety information

For safety, use only an adapter approved by Alcatel. Alcatel does not bear responsibility for any faults that may arise due to non-conformation to this guide. Example:

zDo not, in any way, cause a short-circuit. It may start a fire or the phone may explode causing injury.

zDo not create a sudden impact on the battery by throwing it.

zDo not dispose off batteries by putting them in a fire. They may explode or catch fire due to the electrolyte within.

Caution

zDo not use the phone with a car battery.

zAvoid using the phone in high temperature or humidity. Avoid spilling any liquid on this phone. If the phone gets wet, switch off phone and turn off AC power supply.

zKeep the phone dry. Submersion, humidity, and liquids contain minerals that may corrode internal electronic circuits.

zDo not store or use the phone in dusty or dirty areas as this can damage the moving parts.

zDo not store the phone in hot/ cold areas.

zDo not attempt to open it. Non-expert handling of the phone could damage it.

Consult your authorized Alcatel dealer for assistance.

zDo not drop, knock or shake the phone. Rough handling may break the internal circuit boards.

zDo not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong detergents to clean the phone. Wipe it with a soft cloth that has been slightly dampened in a mild soap and water solution.

zDo not paint the phone. Paint can clog the phone’s moving parts and prevent proper functioning.

zDuring lightning, do not touch the power plug or the phone line. It may result in an electric shock or death.

zDo not install the phone under direct sunlight or on an uneven surface.

zBefore using the plug, check the available power voltage. Inaccurate power voltage may cause fire and damage.

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CONTENTS

 

Welcome To Your mobile phone .......................

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Getting Started ..............................................

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2

Making and Received Calls.........................

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3

Entering Letters, Numbers and Symbols.....

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4

Storing Contact............................................

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5

Recent calls.................................................

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Sending and Receiving Text Message ........

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7 My documents.............................................

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

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Entertainment..............................................

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10 Tools..........................................................

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11 Customizing Your Phone ...........................

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12 High Speed Data Service ..........................

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13 Getting Help ..............................................

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Welcome To Your mobile phone

Part name and functions

Name

Functions

 

1.Earpiece

Hear voices here during a

 

talk.

 

 

2.Display

Display information.

 

Screen

 

 

 

3.Navigation

4-way

navigation

for

Key

scrolling through lists. Also

 

accesses Shortcuts from the

 

home screen.

 

4.Left soft key

From

the Home Screen,

 

press to enter main menu.

 

1

 

 

5.Send/Receive

Dial a number or

 

key

answer a call. Press to view

 

Dialed Numbers” from idle

 

screen.

 

 

 

6.OK or Select

From

the

Home

Screen,

key

press to enter Main Menu.

 

Within a menu or a function,

 

press to choose a menu or

 

accept an operation.

 

7.Right soft key

From

the

Home

Screen,

 

press to enter contact.

8.End/Power

Press to end a call or return

key

to Home

Screen.

Press

 

and hold to power phone

 

on/off.

 

 

 

9.* key

When inputting the number,

 

holding the word to enter P.

10.# key

Press

to

enter courtesy

 

model from idle screen.

11.camera

Incept

vision when

taking

 

photo or making a video.

12.Jack

For AC adapter (included).

Warning: Inserting an accessory into the incorrect jack will damage the phone.

Performing basic functions

To...

From

the

Home

 

2

 

 

 

 

 

Screen...

 

 

 

Switch

on

the

Press and hold the End/

phone

 

 

Power key for

 

 

 

 

 

approximate 3 seconds.

Switch

off

the

Press

and

hold

the

phone

 

 

End/Power

 

key

for

 

 

 

approximate 3 seconds.

Make a call

 

Enter the number using

 

 

 

the

alphanumeric

 

 

 

keypad then

press

the

 

 

 

Send/receive key.

 

End a call

 

Press

the

End/Power

 

 

 

key.

 

 

 

 

Answer

a call

or

Press

the

Send/receive

Access

Outgoing

key.

 

 

 

 

Calls list

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Verify Own

 

Press the OK key to

Number

 

 

enter

the

Menu

and

 

 

 

scroll to Contact --> Own

 

 

 

Number.

 

 

 

Access SMS

 

Press the UP Navigation

 

 

 

Key.

 

 

 

 

Mute all sounds

 

Press and hold the #

 

 

 

Key.

 

 

 

 

Access profiles

 

Press

the

LEFT

 

 

 

Navigation Key.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Access

 

 

Press

the

RIGHT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

 

entertainment

Navigation Key.

 

 

Menu Map

Main Menu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FM

Photo

 

Contact

 

 

Management

 

Game

Take photos

Recent calls

 

My album

 

Missed calls

 

Tools

Messages

 

Received calls

 

Alarm

New

 

Outgoing calls

Calendar

message

 

 

 

Memo

Inbox

 

Call time

 

Outbox

 

Call record

 

Calculator

Draft

 

My

 

Stopwatch

 

 

documents

Timer

Voice box

 

Picture

Settings

 

Ring

Converter

Reserved

 

Memory status

 

World time

message

 

 

 

 

Failed list

 

Profiles

 

Settings

Memory

 

General

 

Security

status

 

 

Call

Contact

 

Meeting

Search

by

Outdoors

 

Display

name

 

 

Key stoke

Add

 

Mute

 

 

4

 

 

Search

by

Entertainment

Auto power

group

 

 

on/off

Speed Dial

 

Photo

 

Navigating Menus:

zFrom the home screen, press the OK key to enter the Menu.

zUse the UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT Navigation Keys to browse through the menus.

zTo access soft keys located at the bottom of the display screen, press the DOWN Navigation key and use the LEFT and RIGHT Navigation Keys to select a soft key function. Press the OK key to select a menu or menu item.

zPress the Right soft key to return to the previous screen.

zPress the End/Power key to return to the idle screen.

Understanding screen icons

These icons may appear on the screen of your phone.

Icon Description

The more bars, the stronger the signal.

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Indicate that is talking on the phone.

You have received one or more text messages

Indicate that are in general state.

Indicate that are in outdoors state.

Indicate that are in meeting state.

Indicate that are in mute state.

Indicate that the message box has been full.

Indicates that you have locked the phone.

Alarm has been set.

Battery power indicator. More bars indicate a higher power level.

Indicate roaming when home network is not available.

Indicate that have insert SD card.

Indicate that is using MP3 player.

Indicate that using data service.

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1 Getting Started

Installing your Battery

You must install and charge the battery to use your phone.

Insert the ridge at the top of the battery into the peak of the phone, then push down the base of the battery and snap it into place.

Charging the battery

The battery is not fully charged when you purchase your phone. Fully charge the new battery for approximately 12 hours before using

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the phone for the first time.

To charge the battery, connect the AC adapter to the jack located at the side of the phone, then connect the adapter’s plug to an AC wall outlet. The battery icon at the top-right corner of the screen tells you whether the phone is Charging, Partially charged or fully charged.

Recharging the battery

You can safely recharge the battery at any time, even if it has a partial charge.

Caring for the battery

This section describes important safety information and tips for improving battery performance.

General safety guidelines

This phone contains an integrated Li-Ion battery.

zDo not attempt to open the battery compartment and dismantle, puncture, or short-circuit the battery.

zIf you have not used the battery for more than a month, recharge it before using your phone.

zAvoid exposing the phone to extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, or high

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humidity.

zNever dispose of used batteries in or near a fire. It could lead to explosion. Check with your local regulations for proper disposal instructions.

Common causes of battery drain

The following operations drain the battery more quickly and thereby adversely affect talk and standby times:

zPlaying games frequently.

zFrequent use of the backlights.

zUsing data cables or accessories, such as the Hands-free headset.

zOperating when no service is available, or service is available intermittently.

zHigh earpiece and ringer volume settings.

zUnacknowledged text message alerts.

Battery performance

 

 

 

750mAh(standard battery)

 

Standby

 

130hours

 

time*

 

 

 

 

 

Talking time*

120-150 minutes

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2 Making and Received Calls

Making a call

1.Make sure you are in an area where the signal can be received. Look for the symbol on the home screen.

Note: The more bars you see in this symbol, the stronger the reception. If there are no bars, try to move to where the reception is better. In some cases, this can be as simple as changing the direction you are facing.

2.Enter the phone number.

3.To dial the number, press the Send/ Receive key.

4.To end the call, press the End/Power key .

Redialing a number

To redial the last number called, press the Send/ Receive key twice.

Calling a saved number

If you have already saved a phone number, you can use the Contact list to find it quickly.

1.Select Menu -->Contact.

2.Find the contact you want, then press the

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Send/Receive key to dial the number.

3.If the number has been added to the Speed Dial list, you can dial it directly by pressing its Speed Number then press the Send/Receive key.

Answering a call

When you receive a call, the phone rings, vibrates, and/or lights up, and an animated phone icon appears. The number of the caller also appears if it is not restricted. If the number is stored in your Contact directory, the contact name appears.

To answer the call, press the Send/Receive key. Note: If you have Call Waiting as part of your service, you can answer incoming calls when you are already on a call. When on a call, you will hear a beep tone. Select Answer to put the current call on hold and answer the new call.

Setting the way to answer a call

Select Menu -->Settings -->call -->other --> Auto answer.

All incoming calls can be answered automatically.

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Dealing with missed calls

When you have missed a call, a tip will be displayed on your screen.

zTo clear the screen, press OK key or End/Power key.

zTo view the caller’s number or name, select recent calls to access the Missed Calls.

Setting up speed dial

Speed dialing allows you to quickly dial a stored phone number by entering a one-digit speed dialing location. To save a number to speed dial:

1.Select Menu -->contact -->speed dail.

2.Select one number and input one phone number then press OK to save.

Using 1-Touch Dialing

To dial a phone number, simply press and hold the assigned speed dial number for the phone number. For example, if the Speed dialing number is 5, press and hold 5.

Supply Services

Let you enable/disable some supplement services provided by your network operator. Consult your local network service provider for

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more information about these services.

Call Waiting

When Call Waiting is activated, if you are in a call and another call is incoming, there will be an alert and the new calling number will be displayed on the screen. You can choose to answer it or reject it. If the new call is answered, the former one will be hold and you can toggle between the two calls by Send key.

1.Select Menu -->Settings -->call -->Supply

Services -->Call Waiting.

2.Select an option from the list. on: Open the Call Waiting Off: Close the Call Waiting

3.To confirm, press OK.

Call Forwarding

To forward your calls to another phone number:

1.Select Menu -->Settings -->call -->Supply Services -->Forward as some condition.

2.Enter the number you wish to forward all your calls to.

3.To confirm, press OK twice.

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Emergency numbers

Calling emergency numbers

You can call all three-digit emergency numbers even if your phone is locked or your account is restricted. However, when you call, your phone enters Emergency mode.

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3 Entering Letters, Numbers and

Symbols

You may enter letters, numbers, and symbols in the Contact, SMS and other menu functions.

Text entry modes

There are five text entry modes:

zT9Es

zEs

zEn

zAb

z123

Note: The mode you start in depends on the task you are performing. For example, when entering a phone number in the Contact menu, the default text mode is Numbers. When entering a name for a contact, the default text mode is the Input Mode.

Entering numbers

To enter a number while in Numbers mode, press a number key once.

To enter a number while in Multitap mode, press a number key more times until the number

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appears on the screen.

Entering words letter by letter

Es mode and Ab mode:

1.Press the appropriate alphanumeric key once to display the first letter that appears on the keypad, twice for the second letter, and so on.

2.Wait for the cursor to move to the right

before you enter the next letter. You can enter the Es words or Ab words.

Entering words quickly

T9Es mode and En mode:

When you press a series of keys using the mode, it checks the built-in dictionary for common words and predicts the word you are trying to spell.

1.For each letter of the word you wish to spell, press the appropriate alphanumeric key once. For example, to enter the word “any” press the alphanumeric keys 2 -->6 -->9.

2.If the word suggested by this mode does not match what you want, press the UP or DOWN Navigation Key to view other word matches.

3.When you see the word you want, to

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confirm your choice press OK. Entering symbol

Press and hold * key, you can enter the symbol. Changing input modes

Press the # key to change input modes. Quick reference to text entry

This table gives general instructions for entering letters, numbers.

To...

 

Do this...

 

 

 

Enter a letter

Press

the

appropriate

 

 

alphanumeric

 

 

key

 

 

repeatedly until

the letter

 

 

you want appears on the

 

 

display.

 

 

 

 

Enter

a

Press

and

hold

the

number

 

appropriate

number

key

 

 

until it appears on the

 

 

display.

If

you

are

in

 

 

Numbers mode, then press

 

 

the number key once.

 

Erase

a

Press right soft key.

 

character

 

 

 

 

 

 

Erase

all

Press and hold right soft

characters

 

key.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Move

the

Use the RIGHT or LEFT

cursor right or

Navigation Key.

left

 

 

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4 Storing Contact

The Contact menu of your phone is like a set of phone index cards for you to store information about a person or a company.

Saving a phone number

To save a phone number, do the following:

1.From the home screen, enter the phone number you wish to save.

2.Press the Left soft key to select Add to. You can choose the position.

3.Enter the name of the contact then press OK.

4.If you choose add to the phone, you can record others. For example: 4 numbers, email, URL, Memo, make the group.

Adding a pause

When you save the phone number of an automated service, you may include a pause where you need to select an option or enter a Password. You can enter multiple pauses in a phone number. A Pause will cause the phone to stop dialing until you select the Release key. To enter a phone number with a pause:

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1.Enter the first portion of the phone number.

2.Press and hold * Key, a letter P will appear at the end.

3.Enter the remaining part.

4.Save the number. (See “Saving a phone number if needed”).

Find the contact

1.Select Menu -->Contact.

2.Select search by name, search by group. You can find the contact quickly.

zsearch by name: input the name, then press OK to view.

zsearch by group: view the record according the group.

Viewing Memory Status

1.Select Menu -->Contact -->Contact management -->Memory Status.

2.Press OK to view the memory status of Phone or UIM card.

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5 Recent calls

Viewing recent call details

Details on the last 10 calls you have missed, made or received are stored in the Recent Calls list. You can get details on the caller’s name and phone number, along with the time and length of the call.

Viewing recent calls:

1.Select Menu -->Recent Calls.

2.Select an option from the list: Missed Calls, Received Calls or Outgoing

Calls.

3.To confirm, press OK.

4.Select a phone entry, Press OK to confirm.

5.Select an option from the list.

Call Timer

Your phone includes three timers that count the duration of the calls you have made and received. To view call timers:

1.Select Menu -->Recent Calls -->Call

Time.

2.Select an option from the list:

zTotal Received Calls — The duration of

incoming calls received by the phone since

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the timer was last reset.

zTotal Dialed Calls — The duration of outgoing calls made by the phone since the timer was last reset.

zTotal Calls— The duration of all outgoing and incoming calls since the phone was manufactured.

3.Press left soft key, you can clear the record.

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6 Sending and Receiving Text Message

This chapter describes how to send, receive, and erase text messages from your phone. Important: The features and menus described in this chapter may vary depending on services available in your area. In addition, usage charges may apply to each message. For clarification on these issues, check with your service provider.

1 New message

You can edit the message.

When text is OK, press OK key to enter “Send to” display. You can enter phone numbers manually with numeric keys.

Or

Press Left Soft key to select number from the phonebook.

When entering texts, press Left Soft Key to pop up the submenu, you can do:

send

Send the message.

 

Use Left/Right Keys to move

 

the cursor. Press left soft key to

Copy

the select the start and end of

the texts you want to copy.

 

 

Then move the cursor to select

 

the texts, which are highlighted

 

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in black.

 

 

 

Use Left/Right Keys to move

Paste

the cursor to where you want to

paste the copied texts and

 

 

press left soft key to execute it.

 

Use Left/Right Keys to move

 

the cursor to the start of the

Cut

texts you want to copy and

press OK key to confirm it.

 

Then move the cursor to select

 

the texts, which are highlighted

 

in black.

 

 

 

Use Left/Right Keys to move

 

the cursor to the start of the

 

texts you want to copy and

 

press OK key to confirm it.

Delete

Then move the cursor to select

the texts, which are highlighted

 

 

in black.

 

 

 

Press OK key at the end of the

 

texts. The selected texts are

 

deleted.

 

 

 

You can choose to insert Thai

Phrase

phrase,

English

phrase,

 

Expressions or Domain.

Insert number

Insert numbers from the phone

book.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Note:

1.Press the number key to select the corresponding function in the submenu directly. E.g.: if the submenu has pop up, press “7” to select an expression.

2.If the message editing is interrupted by incoming calls, alarm clock, press power key or power off, the entered texts will be saved temporally. Next time you enter “Create message”, the phone will ask you if edit unsaved message?. If you select “no”, the last edit will be discarded.

2 Inbox

Select and press OK key to enter Inbox.

The messages in the Inbox are displayed. Press right/left key to view inbox. Use Up/Down key to select the message, and then press OK key to view its detail. Use Up/Down key to scroll the texts.

When reading the message, you can: Press Send key to dial the number directly.

Press OK key to reply a message. Please refer to “Create message” for detail.

Press Left Soft key to pop up the submenu. You can do some operation with the message.

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3 Outbox

Select and press OK key to enter Outbox.

The messages in the Outbox are listed. Use Up/Down key to select the message, and then press OK key to view its detail. Use Up/Down key to scroll the texts. Press Left/Right key to view border upon messages.

When reading the message, you can: Press OK key to send this message.

Press Right Soft key to pop up the sub menu.

4 Draft

Select and press OK key to enter Draft.

The messages in the Inbox are displayed. Use Up/Down key to select the message, and then press OK key to view its detail. Use Up/Down key to scroll the texts. Press Left/Right key can view border upon message.

Press Right Soft key to pop up the submenu. You can:

1.Forward: edit and forward this message;

2.Lock/unlock: lock or unlock the message;

3.Delete: you can delete currently message; select some messages to delete, or delete all.

5 voice box

Select “listen to the voice mail”, you can call the

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voice number and listen the mails.

Select “set voice mail number”, edit the number and press OK to save.

6 settings

1. Message validity

Let you select from 1 hour/12 hours/1 day/1 week/ Maximum as the validity period for your sent message.

Your message is sent to the network first, and then forwarded to the recipient if his phone can be accessed. Validity period is a time period, after which the network will delete the message automatically without sending it when the recipient’s phone keeps inaccessible, for example powered off or with Inbox fulfilled.

2. Delivery report

Let you on/off Delivery report.

Delivery report is a confirming notification from the network when your message is sent to the recipient successfully.

Note:

This function depends on your local network and the functionality of your recipient’s phone.

You can set enable or disable to display the delivery report.

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3. Call back number

You can set the call number activate or deactivate.

4.Set callback number

Edit the number.

7 Reserved message

Select and enter reserved message.

You can create messages, edit reserved SMS, or view failed reserved message.

When the reserved time has arrived, the phone will register to send the message.

8 Fail list

If one number is failed, press OK key to send the message again.

9 Memory status

Select “Memory status” and press OK key to enter.

The current message quantities and remaining capacity of Phone, Inbox, Draft, Outbox and card are listed.

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7 My documents

From idle screen, press OK to view main menu and select My documents.

You can view the user, the record in the Picture, Ring, Other files, files in the SD card, Memory status.

Picture

From Explorer menu, select “Picture” to view picture files concluded. Press OK key to view the selected picture, press Left Soft key to pop out submenu.

Ring

From Explorer menu, select “Ring” to view music concluded. Press OK key to play the selected file, press Left Soft key to pop out submenu.

Memory status

From Explorer menu, select “Space Info” to view some detailed information about the memory. Note

1. You can take the corresponding files into the fold, as follow:

Picture: .png/.jpeg/.jpg/.bmp; Ring: .mp3/.mid;

My data: .qcp;

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2. You can format the SD card as FAT16.

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8 Profiles

You can set the state according to the circumstance.

Select and enter profiles.

The profiles include four types: General, Meeting, Outdoors, Mute.

Press left soft key to pop up the submenu. You can:

1.Start: You can choose one type and start the profile.

2.Personalize: You can set Call ringtone, Message tone, Reserved tone, Alert tone and other according to you like.

Eg: select and enter the call ringtone, press up and down key to select to set ringtone or volume, press right or left key to view all rings or accommodate the volume.

3.Timing: set the date and time for some profile.

4.Default: Resume the current profile to the default patter. Press “yes” to save the settings.

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9 Entertainment

1. photo

Take photos

Press OK key to take the preview, and save the picture.

My album

View the pictures.

2. FM Radio

You can use the phone as the FM, when insert the earphone.

Press left/right Directional keys to accommodate the channel.

Call out Sub Menu with Right Soft key, you can do something about the FM.

3. Game

You can play Gobang, Shove it or Dice . The detail you can view the game help.

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10 Tools

You can use some tools setted on the phone. Press Left soft key from idle display to view Main Menu, select PIM and press OK to view it.

1 Alarm

When in PIM menu, scroll to Alarm and press OK to select it.

The alarm list is displayed. Up to 6 alarms can be set. The set alarms can still function when the phone is powered off.

Scroll to one alarm and press OK to edit it.

Set alarm time

Move the prompt to the item (hour/minute) you want to edit with Left/Right keys and input alarm time directly with Numeric keys, press OK key to save the edit.

Set alarm mode

You can set the alarm to function daily, weekly or on Specify date. When setting designated alarm date, use Multi Directional keys.

Select ringtone

You can select the ringtone.

Press OK key to confirm it. Choose one alarm state and press OK key to confirm it.

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The alarm is set and saved.

Note:

1.The alarm volume is the same as the current ringtone volume. If the phone is set to vibration only, the alarm vibrates only.

2.When in alarm list display, scroll to one alarm and press Left Soft key to clear its settings.

2 Calendar

When in PIM menu, scroll to calendar and press OK to display Schedule menu.

Press the Multi-Directional keys, the cursor will move towards the corresponding direction. Press *key and # key enter to last month and next month.

Press Right Soft key to pop up the submenu. You can:

1.view

View the arrangement this day.

2.Add event

Add new event for this day.

3.Reserve

Edit reserve message.

msg

 

4.Delete

Delete the calendar this day, this

 

month or all.

5.Event List

Display all calendar arrangement.

6.Settings

Can set the start and end time,

 

and set auto delete.

 

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3 Memo

You can set Text memo and Voice memo. Select and enter text memo.

The non-blank note appears with the beginning of contents, or only “note” appears. You can press Left Soft key to delete one selected note. Select one note and press OK to view it. Press OK again to edit it. Press Left soft key to delete it.

4 Calculator

When in PIM menu, scroll to Calculator and press OK to do arithmetic.

Multi-directional keys are responding to “+”, “-“, “*”, “/” respectively. Use Left Soft key to set number positive or negative. Use “*” key to input decimal. Press OK key to generate result. Use “#” key to clear all. Press Right soft key to return to PIM menu.

5 Stopwatch

From PIM menu, select Stopwatch and press OK key to display the stopwatch interface.

Press OK key to start the watch, press Right soft key again to stop it, press Left Soft key to clear.

6 Timer

You can set time to awake some things.

7 Converter

You can conversion some unites.

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8 World Time

From PIM menu, select World Time and press OK key to view local time for some cities around the world.

A world map is displayed. Press Left/Right key to move the square icon which represents the city’s location. The city’s name and local time are displayed below.

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11 Customizing Your Phone

Select settings in the main menu, you can do some settings following your need.

1 Security Settings

Security item

You can select and set Message, contact, recent call or my document as security items.

Phone lock

You can set the phone lock as on or off.

Change password

Input your old password first, then input new password, then input new one again to confirm it.

Restore factory

Restore all faction as factory setting.

2 call

IP number

You can set the IP calls as you need.

Call rejections

You can set 10 reject number, you can reject

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these number calling.

Msg. rejections

You can set 10 reject number, you can reject these number messages.

Supply services

Let you enable disable some supplement services provided by your network operator. Consult your local network service provider for more information about these services.

Voice encrypt

Select turn on or off the voice encrypt.

Other

Select and enter to other.

You can set Minute reminder, Auto redial, Auto answer.

3 Display

Language /style/ themes

You can choose the language as English or Espana.

And set the Style and themes of the interface.

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Backlight

Set the lightness as low, high, custom or medium. When set as custom, you should set the time.

You can choose the backlight time as 5sec,10sec, 20sec,30sec.

Standby

You can set the wallpaper.

And setting the carrier information and time display as on or off.

4 keystroke

Shortcut

You can set that pressing the Multi-Directional keys to enter some menu from idle display.

Backlight

You can set the backlight on or off, and set the start and end time.

Auto key lock

Set the auto key lock as on or off.

5 Auto power on/off

Let you Set auto power on / off. When set as on, you can set the time.

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12 High Speed Data Service

Your phone support high speed data service. Connect PC to your phone via a specific data cable (optional accessory, sold separately), and you can surf the Internet where there is network coverage.

Procedures:

1.Connect PC to your phone with the data cable (use USB port of your PC).

2.When the connection is done, PC will find this new device and prompt you to install its driver (which is provided on a disc sold together with the data cable).

3.Open “Control Panel” of your PC, select “Phone and Modem”. And you can see “Alcatel USB CDC Modem” in modem list, which means the connection is OK.

4.Open “Control Panel” of your PC, select “Network and Dialing Connection”, select “Network Connection”, and create new connection (may be different according to

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your operating system)

Dial: #777 User: card Password: card

5.Dial to the Internet with speed up to 153.6kbps (which change according to the

local network condition) Note:

zIf there are too many users in the service area of one Base Station, your dialing may need to retry several times to be connected.

zDuring surfing, the connection may drop because of fluctuation of wireless signal. Please redial to restore the connection.

zWhen the connection drops, please check your phone’s setting and ensure the phone being in the status of “Connected to PC”.

zWhen your phone cannot connect to PC, please try restarting your phone or PC.

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13 Getting Help

Customer support

Your service provider’s customer support department may be accessible directly from your phone when you dial a number (check with your service provider). They can answer questions about your phone, phone bill, call coverage area, and specific features available to you, such as call forwarding.

Before requesting support, please try to reproduce and isolate the problem. When you contact the Customer Care Center, be ready to provide the following information:

zThe name of your service provider.

zThe actual error message or problem you are experiencing.

zThe steps you took to reproduce the problem.

zThe phone’s electronic serial number (ESN).

zTo find the ESN:

a)Remove the battery.

b)Locate the white label on the back of the phone. Your phone’s ESN is located on the label.

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