Alcatel-Lucent OT-VIEW User Manual

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Presentation of the telephone

LED indicator

Volume

+

control keys

 

-

Navigation key

Home key

Microphone

Retractable antenna

Earpiece

Standby screen

3 soft keys linked to the screen icons

ON/OFF

(long press)

Alphanumeric keypad

The home key allows you to return to the standby screen at any time.

A long keypress on the Home key activates the keypad lock. To deactivate the lock, type

159.

Volume control key - : a short keypress from the standby screen allows you to display your personal information.

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Contents

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND

 

CONDITIONS OF USE.............................

2

Conditions of use......................................

2

Safety lock ...............................................

2

Environment ............................................

2

Safety precautions related to

 

vehicle use ...............................................

2

INSTALLATION........................................

3

Inserting the SIM card ..............................

3

Connecting the battery .............................

3

Charging the battery .................................

4

Switching on ............................................

4

Using dry cells .........................................

5

LED indicator ..........................................

5

CALLS ......................................................

6

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

6

Making an international call ......................

6

Making an emergency call ........................

6

Rapid dial ................................................

6

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

7

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

7

Functions available when in

 

communication.........................................

8

Handling two calls simultaneously ............

9

CALL FORWARDING KEY .....................

10

To activate ...............................................

10

To cancel .................................................

10

DIRECTORIES .........................................

11

Creating a memory location ......................

11

Searching a memory location ....................

13

Managing the memory locations................

13

RING TONE ..............................................

13

APPOINTMENT........................................

14

VOICE MAIL .............................................

14

SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE.................

15

Reading received messages .......................

15

Sending messages.....................................

16

CALCULATOR .........................................

17

MENU ........................................................

17

Services....................................................

19

Cost .........................................................

22

To personalize ..........................................

23

Vehicle option ..........................................

25

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

25

ACCESSORIES ........................................

27

Battery and charger...................................

27

Fax/Data transmission...............................

27

LIST OF ICONS ........................................

28

Status icons ..............................................

28

Navigation icons.......................................

28

Dialogue icons..........................................

28

WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF

 

PROBLEMS ..............................................

30

PIN code and PIN2 code are refused ..........

30

To unlock PIN/PIN2 code:

 

PUK1/PUK2 code.....................................

30

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Safety precautions and conditions of use

We recommend that you read this chapter carefully before use.

As with all types of radio transceivers, your mobile phone emits electromagn eti c waves. This telephone conforms to international regulations insofar as it is used under normal conditions and in accordance with the following.

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

CONDITIONS OF USE

-The retractable antenna must be fully extended. Avoid prolonged contact between the antenna and your skin when the telephone is switched on.

-Do not switch on your telephone on board an aircraft. Current legislation forbids this use and can lead to legal proceedings against the user .

-Do not switch on your telephone in a hospital , except in areas specified.

-Use of the telephone may affect the performance of medical electronic devices (pacemakers, hearing aids , insulin pumps, etc). When the telephone is on, it should not be close to the medical device or in the medical device area. In particular, when you answer the call, make sure to bring the telephone to the ear that is opposite to the side carrying the pacemaker or to the ear not wearing the hearing aid.

-Do not switch on your telephone near gas, or inflammable substances .

-Strictly respect the rules relative to the use of radiotelephones at petrol stations, chemical industry plants and at all sites presenting a risk of explosion.

-Do not allow children to use your radiotelephone without supervision .

-Do not open or attempt to repair your radiotelephone yourself.

-Please use your telephone only with batteries, chargers and accessories recommended by the manufacturer. The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage caused by the use of other chargers or batteries.

-Before removing the battery from the telephone, please make sure that the telephone has been switched off.

SAFETY LOCK

-You may prevent use of your telephone if it is stolen, by activating the product code (page 25).

ENVIRONMENT

-Do not expose your telephone to unfavourable environmental conditions (rain, dust, sea air, etc .).

-Outside the manufacturer's recommended operating temperature range (-20 ° C to + 55 ° C), the legibility of the display may be impaired, but this is temporary and not serious .

-Do not attempt to open the battery that contains heavy metal . Do not throw a used battery in the household rubbish. Discard your used battery in compliance with local environmental le gislation.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS RELATED TO VEHICLE USE

-It is the user's reponsability to verify if the local laws permit the use of a mobile phone in a vehicle .

-In case of use in a vehicle, and to reduce the effect of electromagnetic waves and interference with the vehicle electronics, the telephone should be connected to an external antenna as soon as it is switched on. This antenna should be mounted and located away from passengers or sep arated from them by a metal screen ( the car roof, for example ).

-For maximum safety, use your telephone in a vehicle at stop. If you have to telephone while you are driving, the use of the handsfree mode is highly recommended ( see Accessories leaflet ).

-Use of the telephone may interfere with the vehicle's electronic system such as the ABS antilock brakes, or the air-bag. To ensure that there is no problem, please check with your dealer or car manufacturer before connecting your telephone and, in any case do not leave the telephone switched on over the control panel.

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Installation

INSERTING THE SIM CARD

Unlock and lift the flap

Insert the card into the flap

Close and lock the flap

IMPORTANT: To remove SIM card:

1.switch the telphone off,

2.remove the battery.

Keep your SIM card in a safe place when not using your tel ephone and do not leave your confidential code (PIN) near the unit .

CONNECTING THE BATTERY

Engage

Lock

Unlock

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CHARGING THE BATTERY

Charging in progress

Charging is possible with the telephone ON or OFF. Charging time is approximately 2 hours 1 depending on type of battery. A few moments after inserting the charger, a short beep will announce the beginning of the charging process. If your telephone has not been used for some time, be sure to recharge the battery before use. The socket outlet must be nearby and easily accessible. If you are using a new (or very discharged) battery, the battery charging icon may take a few minutes to appear. The telephone is fully charged when the icon is full and steady. This telephone is equipped with an internal storage battery (it cannot be reached) which allows you to save stored information (directories, personalized data), we thus recommend that you leave a charged battery in your telephone at all times.

SWITCHING ON

Enter PIN-code

**** _ _ _ _

Long press

 

 

on the

 

 

ON/OFF key

validate!

standby screen

erase

1 Information not contractual.

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USING DRY CELLS (optional with specific compartment)

Removing the rechargeable battery from the compartment

Grasp the compartment

Shake it

Remove the rechargeable

 

 

battery

Fitting the dry-cell holder

 

 

Remove

Turn over

Reposition

Fitting the dry cells

LR6 or AA type

Dry cells polarity is marked on the compartment bottom

LED INDICATOR

Green slow blinking:

-Network presence: You can make and receive calls.

Green rapid blinking:

 

-

Receiving

a

call

 

-

Receiving

a

message: may be interrupted by pressing

or by receiving a call.

Red blinking:

 

 

 

-

Battery low: Repeated as long as the battery is low .

 

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So as to improve communication quality, it is recommended that the antenna should be fully extended.

MAKING A CALL

Dial the number

Make the call

Talk and hang up

 

 

 

MAKING AN INTERNATIONAL CALL

 

 

 

 

 

Access the international prefix "+" with a long keypress

 

ü

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enter the country code

Search for the country

Select the country

Dial the number and

or access the list of

 

 

 

 

 

 

make the call

countries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intl' codes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intl' codes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

+ 54 Number

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAKING AN EMERGENCY CALL

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If service is available with network, even if you have not inserted the

ü

SIM card

 

RAPID DIAL

 

 

Rapid dial to one of the first 9 numbers stored in the SIM directory

 

Dial a number (1 to 9)

...

ü

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Calls

RECEIVING A CALL

When a call is being received, the phone rings and the green LED indicator flashes rapidly.

Accept the call

Talk then hang up

To refuse a call

Mute the ring tone2

 

 

CALL MEMORY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Access the call memory

To switch lists

To call DUPONT

 

 

Outgoing calls

Unanswered calls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0146522495

 

DUPONT

 

 

 

DURANT

 

0146522495

 

 

 

FENTON

FABIO

Press once to access incoming calls unanswered, twice to access incoming calls answered3

2To mute ring tone for every incoming call, see ringing mode page 13.

3Caller's number is displayed, depending on the network (see Menu/Services/Caller ID?).

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FUNCTIONS AVAILABLE WHEN IN COMMUNICATION

Adjusting earpiece volume

Use the side + and — volume adjustment controls.

Access to directories

Access to Short Message Service

Scratchpad memory

ü

ü

If you are in communication, someone may give you a number you wish to save. Enter this number and save it in the directory of your choice.

You are in

Enter the number

Select the directory

Confirm the number

communication

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phone number ?

 

 

 

 

Choose

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the directory

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Proceed press

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Press once to access

 

or twice to access

.

Delete a character

Putting a call on Hold

To put on hold

To communicate again

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HANDLING TWO CALLS SIMULTANEOUSLY 4

Your telephone can simultaneously handle two calls: you can put one correspondent on hold to

answer or make a second call and then switch between correspondents.

Receiving a second call

To take the new call and put

To switch from one

the current call on hold

correspondent to another

 

 

 

To refuse a call and

To take the call and

stay on line with your

end the call with your

first correspondent

current correspondent

Making a second call

You are

Dial the number of

To make your second

To switch from one

communicating

your second

call. Current call is

correspondent to

 

correspondent

automatically put on

another

 

 

hold

 

Delete a character

4If the Call waiting service is not activated automatically by the operator, and if you have a subscription, you can activate it with .

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