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    PowerTelM6700mobile phoneOperatingInstructions
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    M6700Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    CONTENTSQuick Start Guide ..........................................................................6Quick Glance...................................................................................6What is in the box .........................................................................8Installing the SIM card and battery ............................................8Charging the battery ...................................................................10Charging via the mini USB charging socket ............................10Battery status ...............................................................................11Switching the mobile phone on and off ...................................11Setting the display language .....................................................12Setting the time and date ..........................................................12Taking a call .................................................................................13Rejecting a call ............................................................................13Ending a call ................................................................................13Making a call ................................................................................13Advanced Settings and Functions ............................................14Questions and Answers .............................................................14Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)1
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    CONTENTSThe phone in details....................................................................18Keys and Parts..............................................................................18Special key functions...................................................................18Icons in the display ......................................................................22Using the phone ..........................................................................24General ..........................................................................................24Switching the mobile phone on and off ...................................25Dialling a phone number / Calling .............................................26Dialling with the speed dialling keys.........................................26Dialling with the onetouch dialling keys.................................26Using redial / using the Calls list................................................27Taking a call ..................................................................................27Setting the volume ......................................................................28Hands-free.....................................................................................28Options whilst in a call ................................................................283-party conference .......................................................................29Phonebook menu.....................................................................30Opening the phonebook .............................................................30Checking the memory status......................................................302Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    CONTENTSCreating a new phonebook entry...............................................31Calling from the phonebook.......................................................32Editing a phonebook entry .........................................................32Deleting a phonebook entry .......................................................32Deleting all phonebook entries ..................................................33Copying/moving all phonebook entries ....................................33Storing a phonebook entry to a speed dialling key.................33Storing a phonebook entry to an onetouch dialling key ......34Messages menu .......................................................................37Messages menu ...........................................................................37Checking/changing the SMS centre numberand the Voicemail server number..............................................38Writing and sending a SMS........................................................39SMS-Settings................................................................................41Call center menu......................................................................42Reading the calls list....................................................................42Deleting the calls list....................................................................43Call settings ..................................................................................44Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)3
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    CONTENTSSettings menu..........................................................................49User profiles .................................................................................49Direct number...............................................................................51Tone control..................................................................................51Phone settings..............................................................................52Network settings ..........................................................................54Security settings...........................................................................54Bluetooth.......................................................................................55Restore factory settings...............................................................57SOS menu.................................................................................58Selecting an emergency call destination ..................................58Entering emergency call numbers.............................................58Select an outgoing emergency voice message .......................59Recording a personal emergency voice message ...................60Emergency call procedure ..........................................................61Cancel the emergency call function...........................................62Tools menu ...............................................................................63Calender ........................................................................................63Alarm .............................................................................................63Calculator ......................................................................................644Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    CONTENTSServices menu..........................................................................65Appendix.......................................................................................66Technical data...............................................................................66Service hotline..............................................................................67Problems and solutions ..............................................................67Tips on the battery .......................................................................70Intended use ................................................................................70Areas of use .................................................................................71Safety Information ......................................................................71Power adapter plug .....................................................................74Disposal.........................................................................................74Declaration of Conformity ..........................................................76Maintenance ................................................................................76Guarantee ....................................................................................77Index ..............................................................................................79Menu tree......................................................................................82Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)5
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    QUICK START GUIDEQuick Start GuideImportant: Before you start, please read the safety information on page 71.Quick Glance1 Display12 Mini-USB charging socket2 Direct call keys13 Volume up/DownM1, M2, M314 Torch3 Left soft key15 LED Charging/Low battery4 Call key16 Headset socket (Headset not5 Keypadsupplied)6 Star key17 Emergency call switch7 Earpiece18 Battery cover8 Right soft key19 Loudspeaker9 End call key /20 Navigation keyOn/Off key10 Microphone11 Hash key6Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    QUICK START GUIDE7121141315238495106111617181920Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)7
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    QUICK START GUIDEWhat is in the box1 mobile phone1 power adapter plug1 liion battery1 operating manualInstalling the SIM card and batteryRisk of swallowing small objects!The SIM card can be removed.Small children can swallow them.Pay attention that the SIM card is not bent orscratched. Prevent any contact with water, dirt orelectrical charges.Your telephone number is carried by the SIM card, notthe phone. Therefore if you use a SIM card you had in aprevious phone, you will keep the same phone number.Switch the phone off.Remove the battery cover by pressing on it in the areabeneath the SOS key, slide it down and take it off.8If there is already a battery inside, remove it.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    QUICK START GUIDESlide the SIM card with thegolden contacts facing down inthe moulded SIM card holder.The SIM card must be locatedunder the metal retaining barto be in the correct position.Insert the battery. The goldencontacts on the battery mustface towards the bottom right.Press lightly on the top end of the battery until it snapsinto place.Replace the battery cover on the back of the phone andshift it upwards until it clicks into place.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)9
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    QUICK START GUIDECharging the batteryBefore starting to charge the battery, check that it has beeninstalled properly. Do not remove the battery while it isbeing charged. This could damage the phone.When charging the battery for the first time, it should becharged for at least 4 hours. Some batteries only reachtheir full capacity after several complete charge/dischargecycles.Charging via the mini USB charging socketPlug the power adapter in the mini USB charging socket.Connect the power adapter plug. For safety reasons, onlyuse the power adapter plug supplied.It may take a few seconds before the phone indicates thecharging process.10Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    QUICK START GUIDEBattery statusThe current battery charge status is indicated in the display asfollows:Full - - > - - > - - > - - > - - > - - > - - EmptyWhen the battery charge is low, a corresponding warningmessage appears in the display. Charge the battery.When the battery charge drops below the minimum status,the phone switches off automatically.Switching the mobile phone on and off3 sec.Switch the mobile phone on.3 sec.Switch the mobile phone off.Note: Some SIM cards will require you to enter a PIN code.Follow the prompts on the screen.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)11
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    QUICK START GUIDEThe SIM code (PIN of the SIM card) that you received withyour SIM card, protects the SIM card against unauthoriseduse. The PIN2 code supplied with some SIM cards, you needto access certain services. If you enter the PIN or PIN2 codeincorrectly three times in a row, you will be prompted to enterthe PUK or PUK2 code. Check with your provider if you do notknow these codes.Setting the display languageIf you want to select a different language please referto the Settings menu, starting on page 49.Setting the time and dateRefer to the Settings menu, starting on page 49.12Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    QUICK START GUIDETaking a callTake the callRejecting a callReject the callEnding a callEnd the callMaking a callEnter the phone numberClearDelete the last digit if incorrectDial the phone numberHelpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)13
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    QUICK START GUIDEAdvanced Settings and FunctionsFor more details about setting up your Amplicomms M6700and other functions follow the descriptions in this user guide.Examples:Set your onetouch dialling keys -> page 34.Store numbers in the phone book -> page 31.Questions and AnswersIn the majority of cases your M6700 phone is supplied withouta SIM card. You may find the following Questions andAnswers (Q & A) helpful.Why hasnt the mobile phone been supplied with a SIM card?Many people already have a mobile phone and wish to transfer their existing SIM card over to the new phone. This has theadvantage of keeping the same telephone number and if thecard is subscribed to a Payasyougo service then you also14Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    QUICK START GUIDEbenefit from being able to carry over any credit that has beenpaid on the card.Where can I get a SIM card from?Any high street mobile phone shop will be able to provide youwith a SIM card. Some of the major supermarket chains alsoprovide mobile phone services and can supply a SIM card. Auseful tip when choosing a SIM card / service provider however is to make sure that you have adequate signal coverage athome; this is particularly important if you live in a very ruralarea.Why doesnt the mobile phone have a telephone number?The telephone number is supplied by the service provider andwill be registered onto the SIM card.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)15
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    QUICK START GUIDECan I use the SIM card from my old mobile phone?Yes, usually you can transfer the SIM card over. However,some old SIM cards are not compatible with the Amplicommsmobile phone as they are from an earlier generation of SIMcard design.Can I use a SIM card from any mobile phone company?Yes. The Amplicomms mobile phone is what is termed as anopen SIM card phone and so it is not restricted to any particular service provider or mobile phone company.How do I pay for my calls?There are two main types of registration with a serviceprovider or mobile phone company. One is a contract this iswhere you sign up for an agreed contract over several months/ year and pay an agreed monthly fee. This is more suited topeople who are using their mobile phone as part of their jobfor example. The other is Payasyougo, sometimes abbrevi-16Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    QUICK START GUIDEated to PAYG. With this type of service you add credit to thecard and top up as and when required. Topping up the card iseasy, you can do this over the phone, online, at many shopsand even some cash points allow you to do this. PAYG ismore suited to less frequent users.How do I find out my credit balance?The service provider of the SIM card should have provided aninformation pack with the card. This will give details of a shortnumber to dial in order to check your balance. These accesscodes differ between mobile phone companies so pleasecheck the details specific to your service provider. Key in yournumber, press the talk button and the credit balance will beannounced to you.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)17
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    THEPHONE IN DETAILSThe phone in detailsKeys and PartsFor the explanation of keys and parts please refer to page 6.Special key functionsLeft softkeyIn standby -> open the main menuIn menus the function changes due tothe term in the display above the softkey (e. g. OK).Right softkeyIn standby -> open the phonebookIn menus the function changes due tothe term in the display above the softkey (e. g. Back).Direct call keysM1, M2, M3 - pressing one of thesekeys dials the assigned phone number.A phonebook entry can be assigned toeach onetouch dialling key (refer toStoring a phonebook entry to a one-18Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    THEPHONE IN DETAILStouch dialling key page 34). Note:Since this operation only requires ashort press of a button, it could lead tounintentional dialling.Call key- Take a call or dial a number.- Open the call list and the redial listEnd call key- End or reject a call- Cancel the current process and returnto standby (in menus)- Switch the mobile phone on and offNavigation keyNavigate through the menu.In standby the up/down key offers a-quick access to specific menu items.--Shortcuts: Quick access to important settings.Alarm: Setting an alarm time.User profiles: Activation/Customisation of a user profile.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)19
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    THEPHONE IN DETAILS--Messages menuRed button in the centre of thenavigation keyIn menus: function OK.In standby (press and hold forapprox. 3 seconds): switching thetorch on/off.Digit key 0In idle mode, long press (approx. 3 s)to toggle the tone control settingbetween Low frequency, Highfrequency and Normal frequency.(See page 51 for explanation of tonecontrol).Digit key 1Long press (approx. 3 s) dials thenumber to access your voice mailmessages (to change the number,please refer to page 39).Note: If prompted, it may be necessary20Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    THEPHONE IN DETAILSto enter your network's voice mailnumber first. Refer to the documentation supplied with your SIM card forthis number.Star key- In pre-dialling mode: long press toenter the international prefix + or toenter P (pause)/ W (wait) (may be necessary for call-through numbers orremote accessing an answeringmachine).- when entering text: open the specialcharacter table.Hash key- In standby: long press (3 seconds): toswitch between ringer off (Silentmode) and ringer on (General activated).- when entering text: toggles betweencase and numbers.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)21
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    THEPHONE IN DETAILSVolume control+/- keys:- In standby: adjusts the vol-ume level of the key tone- Whilst on a call -> adjusts the earpiece or Hands-free volume.SOS switchStart the SOS sequence. For detailsplease refer to page 61.Icons in the displaySignal strength of the phones connectionBattery capacity (refer to page 11)New SMSNew callCall forwarding activeAlarm is activatedProfile Outdoor or General is activated22Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    THEPHONE IN DETAILSProfile Meeting is activatedProfile Silent is activatedA headset is connectedBluetooth is activatedThe Roaming symbol will appear if the phone switchesto an alternate network provider. This may occur forexample when entering another country. The Roamingfacility depends on your network provider. Call your network provider if you have any queries regarding this service.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)23
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    USINGTHE PHONEUsing the phoneGeneralUse the up/down key / to scroll though the menus andAll the functions can be accessed via the various menus.the lists (e. g. phonebook).Press Back, to return to the last step.Press OK or Select to get to the next step.When entering text (e. g. phonebook or SMS) use the # keyto toggle between uppercase letters (ABC), lowercase letters (abc) or numbers (123).Use the star key to open the special character table.- In order to enter text in Multitap mode, press the keylabelled with the corresponding letter/character. If thefirst character of the group is required, press the keyonce. If the second character is required, press it twice,and so on. To enter two characters assigned to the samekey, press the key the respective number of times to24Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    USINGTHE PHONEenter the first character. Then wait for approx. 2 sec. andUse the navigation key // / to place the cursor andenter the second letter.press Delete for deleting characters.Important Note: If the display light turns off, any keystroke activates only the light again. You must press the desired button a second time to perform the function.Switching the mobile phone on and offSwitch off: Press and hold the red end call key. After a fewseconds the telephone will be switched off.Switch on: Press and hold the red end call key until the display light will be switched on. Enter the PIN code for your SIMcard and press OK. Entering the PIN code is not required ifthis feature is switched off for your SIM card (refer to page 54SIM security / not available for every provider).Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)25
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    USINGTHE PHONEDialling a phone number / CallingThe phone must be in standby (SIM card inserted and thephone switched on).Enter the telephone number incl. the prefix. For entering a+ in front of the country prefix press quickly two times.Press the green call key to dial the phone number.Press the red end call key for ending the call.Dialling with the speed dialling keysMake sure, a phone number is assigned to the respectivekey. Press the desired digit key for approx. 3 seconds. Eachstored number is dialled. To program the speed diallingkeys see "Storing a phonebook entry to a speed diallingkey," page 33.Dialling with the onetouch dialling keysMake sure, a phone number is assigned to the respectivekey. Press the desired one-touch dialling key. Each storednumber is dialled. To program the one-touch dialling keys26Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    USINGTHE PHONEsee "Storing a phonebook entry to an one-touch diallingkey," page 34.Using redial / using the Calls listIn standby press the green call key. A list of the last calls isentry using the up/down key /.shown (Missed calls, dialled calls, received calls). Select anPress the green call key to dial the selected phone number.Taking a callIf your phone is ringing press the green call key.Press the red end call key to reject the call. The callergets the busy tone (depending on your provider).Use the right softkey to switch off the ring tone(Silent). After this you can reject the call by pressingthe right softkey (Reject).Pressing the left softkey or the green call key you cananswer the call.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)27
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    USINGTHE PHONESetting the volumeDuring a call you can set the volume using the + / - keys onthe right hand side of the phone. The setting will be saved.Hands-freeDuring a call press H-Free. You can hear the caller via theloudspeaker.For switching off press H-Held. The loudspeaker will beswitched off.Options whilst in a callYou can select the following Options with the left softkey:-Hold -> The call is put on hold. To retrieve the call pressOptions/Retrieve-28End single call -> End the call (same as end call key).-Phonebook -> Open the phonebook.-Call history -> Open the call history.-Messages -> Open the messages menu.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    USING-THE PHONEMute -> Mutes the microphone. For unmuting pressOptions again and select Unmute.3-party conference3-party is a provider dependant feature. Establishing a 3party conference lets you talk to two subscribers simultaneously.Call the first subscriber.Enter the phone number for the second subscriber andpress the green call key.orpress Options -> Phonebook or Call history to select anentry. Press Options and select Call - OK.When the second subscriber answers, press Options andselect Conference - OK to establish the 3-party conference.Press Options -> Switch to toggle between the two subscribers.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)29
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    PHONEBOOKMENUPhonebook menuYou can save names and phone numbers in the internalmemory (up to 100 entries) and on the SIM card.Opening the phonebookIn standby press NamesorDuring a call press Options and select Phonebook.Checking the memory statusFor checking how many names and phone numbers are stored in the phonebook press Names -> Options -> Phonebooksettings -> Memory status. The status of the SIM and phonememory is displayed.30Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    PHONEBOOKMENUCreating a new phonebook entryPress Names and select Add new contact using the navi-gation key .Press Options and select Select.Depending on your preferences (Phonebook settings-> Preferred storage) the new contact is stored to thephone or to the SIM card.Mark the input area under Name and press Options ->Edit. Enter the name and press Options -> Done.Mark the input area under Number and press Options-> Edit. Enter the telephone number and press Options ->Done.For storing the new entry press Options -> Save.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)31
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    PHONEBOOKMENUCalling from the phonebookPress Names to open the phonebook.Select an entry using the navigation keys / or enterthe first letter for the entry.Press the green call key to dial the phone number.Editing a phonebook entryPress Names to open the phonebook.Select an entry, press Options and select Edit.Edit the entry.Press Options and select Save.Deleting a phonebook entryPress Names to open the phonebook.Select an entry, press Options and select Delete. Press Yesin the following confirmation query.32Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    PHONEBOOKMENUDeleting all phonebook entriesPress Names -> Options -> Phonebook settings -> Deleteall contacts. Select whether the contacts in the phone oron the SIM card should be deleted and confirm.Copying/moving all phonebook entriesPress Names -> Options -> Phonebook settings -> Copycontacts/Move contacts. Select whether the contacts inthe phone should be copied to the SIM card or vice-versaand confirm.Storing a phonebook entry to a speed dialling keyPress Names -> Options -> Phonebook settings -> Speeddial.Make sure that the feature Speed dial is switched on.Note: When you see Off below status press OK, selectOn and press OK.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)33
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    PHONEBOOKMENUSelect Set numbers and press OK.Select a button from the list (29) and press Edit.Select an entry and press OK.Storing a phonebook entry to an onetouch dialling keyPress Menu -> Settings -> Direct Number -> OKSelect a direct call key (M1, M2, M3) and press OK.and press .Change the name for the key if necessary (Options -> Edit)Press Options -> Add from phonebook -> OK, select anentry and press OK.orPress Options -> Enter number -> OK, enter a phone number and press OK.Note: To edit or delete the entry press Options -> Editor Remove.34Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    PHONEBOOKMENUFurther optionsWith the phonebook open and an entry selected press Optionsand select one of the following options:View: The entry is shownSend text message: Send a SMS to the respective phonenumber.Call: call the telephone numberEdit: You can edit the entry.Delete: The entry will be deleted.Copy: You can copy the entry to the telephone or to theSend business card: You can send the contact data viaSIM card.SMS or Bluetooth.Add to block list: The entry will be added to the block list.Phonebook settingsPreferred storage: select where new contacts should besaved (SIM card, Phone, Both).Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)35
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    PHONEBOOKMENUSpeed dial: switch on the function and edit speed dialing keysExtra numbers: enter a phone number for fixed dial.Human voice prompt: the telephone number of theselected entry will be announced.Memory status: shows the used entries on the SIMCopy contacts: to copy all contacts from the SIM cardcard and in the phone.to the phone or vice-versa.Move contacts: to move all contacts from the SIM cardDelete all contacts: to delete all contacts.to the phone or vice-versa.36Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    MESSAGESMENUMessages menuYou can send and receive text messages (SMS / Short Message Service). Unread text messages are stored in the Inbox.When a new SMS is received, a message appears on the display.If the memory is full, you will receive a message. To receivenew messages you will have to delete old messages.Messages menuPress Menu -> Messages. You will have the following options:Write message: To write a new SMS.Inbox: Open the list of received SMS.Drafts: Open the draft list.Outbox: Open the list of SMS still to be sent.Sent messages: Open the list of already sent SMS.SMS settings: You can change some of the SMS relatedparameters.Note: These settings should only be changed by advancedusers.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)37
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    MESSAGESMENUChecking/changing the SMS centre number andthe Voicemail server numberThis particular SMS centre number is needed for sending andreceiving of SMS. It is stored on the SIM card correctly. In certain cases it is necessary to check that number or to change it.Press Menu, select Messages -> SMS settings -> SIM.You have the following options.-SMSC address: (the phone number for your providersSMS centre. In case of any question please contactyour network provider.)If necessary delete the phone number with Clear, entera new number using the digit keys and press OK.-Delivery report: You can request a delivery report ofsent SMS (depending on network provider).-Reply path: Please let the setting Off untouched in theM6700.38Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    MESSAGES-MENUVoicemail server: You can change the number of yourvoicemail server. In case of any question please contactyour network provider.Writing and sending a SMSPress Menu, select Messages -> Write message.Write your SMS using the digit keys. For more informationfor entering text refer to chapter Using the phone / General, page 24.After having entered the text press Options and selectSend to.Select Enter number, enter the phone number includingthe prefix and press OK.The entered phone number will be shown.Press Options and select Send.orHelpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)39
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    MESSAGESMENUSelect Add from Phonebook, select an entry and press OK.The selected entry will be shown.Press Options and select Send.Note: If you select Save instead of Send the messsage will be stored to the Drafts directory for furtheraccess.Reading/deleting SMS and further optionsPress Menu, select Messages-> Inbox.Select a message.Press Options -> View to read the message.Press Options and select from the following options:-Reply: Reply to the number from which the text was-Call sender: Call the sender on the phone.-Forward: Forward the text to a different number.sent.40Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    MESSAGES-Delete: Delete the SMS text.-Advanced-MENUUse number: You can make a call to the sender,store the number in the phonebook or send a SMSto the number.-Use USSD: If the SMS contains an USSD code it isextracted and you can use this.SMS-SettingsPress Menu, select Messages-> SMS settings.You have the following options.-SIM: (refer to Checking/changing the SMS centre number and the Voicemail server number).-Save sent messages: select whether the sent SMSshould be saved.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)41
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    CALLCENTER MENUCall center menuA new call is shown on the display.Press Back to delete the message. The icon for a new callappears in the display. You can see this call normally inthe Missed calls list.Press View, to read the callers name and number.Press Options. For further options please refer to the following chapter.Reading the calls listPress Menu, select Call center -> Call history.Select Missed calls, Dialled calls or Received calls.Select an entry, press Options and select one of the following options:-42View: Read the details.-Call: Call the telephone number.-Send text message: Send a SMS to the phone number.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    CALL-CENTER MENUSave to Phonebook: You can store the telephone number to the phonebook (this item will only be shown ifthere exists no entry for this number).-Add to Blocklist: Add the entry to the block list.-Delete: Delete the entry.Deleting the calls listPress Menu, select Call center -> Call history.Select Delete call logs.Select a list to delete Dialled calls, Missed calls, Receivedcalls or All calls and press OK. Press Yes in the followingconfirmation query.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)43
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    CALLCENTER MENUCall settingsAfter pressing Menu -> Call center -> Call settings youhave the following options:Call waiting: Settings for an incoming call if you arealready in a conversation.-Activate: The second call will generate a short beep-Deactivate: The second caller will get the busy tone.-Query status: Information on the current setting.in the earpiece.Call divert: Settings for call diversion.-Divert all voice calls: You can Activate a call diversion for all voice calls (select To new number andenter subsequently a destination or select To voicemail, if you want to divert to your voice mail box),deactivate a diversion or get information on the current setting with Query status.44Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    CALL-CENTER MENUDivert if unreachable: Call diversion, if your phone isnot available (switched off or No network). Forinformation on settings please refer to Divert allvoice calls.-Divert if no answer: Call diversion, if you do notaccept the call. For information on settings pleaserefer to Divert all voice calls.-Divert if busy: Call diversion, if your phone is busy.For information on settings please refer to Divertall voice calls.-Divert all data calls: Diversion for all No voicecalls. For information on settings please refer toDivert all voice calls.-Cancel all diverts: To cancel all call diversions.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)45
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    CALLCENTER MENUCall barring: Barring of incoming or outgoing calls. Askyour provider for the barring password. You canchange it to a personal password (-> Change barringpassword).-Outgoing calls: If you select All voice calls, no morecalls can be dialled. If you select International voicecalls, no more calls to networks abroad can be dialled. If you select International voice calls except tohome, only calls to your home country can bemade.-Incoming calls: If you activate All voice calls nomore calls will be signalled - You are not available.The setting Voice calls when roaming bars all incoming calls, if you are not in your home land (e. g.abroad on vacation).-46Cancel all: Cancel all barrings.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    CALL-CENTER MENUChange barring password: Changing the paswordfor activating/deactivating the call barring. Ask yourprovider for the barring password.Advance settings:-Block list: You can enter a list of phone numbers tobe blocked. If you activate this feature calls fromphones with the respective numbers will not be signalled any more.-Auto redial: If the function is activated, phone numbers that were "busy," will be redialled automatically(interval 5 min, max. 5 attempts).-Call time reminder: You can specify whether youwant to be alerted during a call by a beep in the earpiece after a certain time of call duration.For Single you can set a time up to 3000 sec (= 50min), for Periodic you can set up a time between 30and 60 s.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)47
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    CALL-CENTER MENUAnswer mode: With the setting Flap answer activated an incoming call will be taken by opening thecover. If Any key is activated, incoming calls can betaken by any key (except the right softkey and thered end call key).If Auto answer when headset mode is activated, anincoming call will be taken automatically if a headset is connected.If no option is activated an incoming call can onlybe taken with the green call key.48Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    SETTINGSMENUSettings menuUser profilesYou can store different profiles (special settings dependent onuser and surroundings), which you can switch quickly.Press Menu, select Settings -> Profiles and press OK.Select one of the profiles and press Options.You have the following options:-Activate: The profile with the respective settings is activated.-Customize: Change the settings for the respective profile. The Silent profile can not be changed.-Alert type: Select whether an incoming call shouldbe signalled by Ring only, Vib. only, Tone and Vib.or Vib. then ring (Vib. = vibration).-Ring type: You can select Beep once or Repeat.-Ringtone - Set the ring tone for incoming calls-Ringtone volume: Select the volume for the ringtone.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)49
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    SETTINGSMENU-Message - Set the tone for an incoming message.-Message volume: Select the volume for the incoming message tone.-Keypad - Select whether the confirmation of a pressed button should be confirmed with a Click, a Tone,Human voice tone (with a voice prompt when entering a digit) or Silent.-Keytone volume: Select the volume for the keytone.-Power on - Set the tone for powering on the phone.-Power off - Set the tone for powering off the phone.-Flap open - Set the tone for opening the phonescover.-Flap close - Set the tone for closing the phonescover.-System alert - Switch the sound on/off for systemnotifications.The new settings will only take effect if you press Options again and select Save, once the modifications aredone.50Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    SETTINGSMENUDirect numberYou can assign important phone numbers to the onetouchdialling keys M1, M2 and M3.Press Menu, select Settings -> Direct Number.Select a onetouch dialling key and press OK.Press Options and change the name if necessary (max. 9Go to the entry field for the number and press Options ->characters) and press Options -> Done.Add from Phonebook, select a telephone number or selectEnter number and enter the phone number manually.Tone controlSet the tone for the earpiece/loudspeaker.Press Menu, select Settings -> Tone control and pressOK.Select Normal frequency, Low frequency (increasesthe lower frequencies) or High frequency (increasesthe higher frequencies) and press OK.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)51
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    SETTINGSMENUPhone settingsPress Menu, select Settings -> Phone settings and pressOK.You have the following options:-Time and date: In this menu you can Set time/date andSet format (time 24/12h / date (DD MM YYYY/ MM DDYYYY / YYYY MM DD)).-Language: Select a language for the display.-Pref. input method: Select which setting you prefer forentering text (phonebook entries/SMS).-Display-Show date and time: Select whether the date andtime should be shown in the idle display or not.-menus to the navigation key ///. Pressing theDedicated key: You can assign quick access for somerespective key in standby opens the assigned menudirectly.52Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    SETTINGSMENUSelect a key (Up, Down, Left or Right), press Editand select a function from the list. Press OK to save.-Flight mode: Switch the flight mode on/off.-Backlight settings-Main LCD backlight: Set the brightness and theduration for the backlight.-Incoming and SMS LED: Select whether the indicator LED for incoming calls and SMS should bealways active (On), between 8 pm and 8 am off(Night mode) or always deactivated (Off).-Charge LED: Select whether the indicator LED forcharging should be always active (On), between 8pm and 8 am off (Night mode) or always deactivated (Off).Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)53
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    SETTINGSMENUNetwork settingsPress Menu, select Settings -> Network settings.-Network selection Select whether the network selectionshould be automatic or manual. When Automatic isselected the phone tries to connect to your SIM cardsprovider.Security settingsPress Menu, select Settings -> Security settings.You have the following options:-SIM security-PIN lock: You can turn on or off the request for theSIM PIN when the phone is switched on. This is notallowed for some SIM cards/providers.-Change PIN: You can change the SIM card PIN.Change PIN2: You can change the PIN2 fr the SIMcard.54Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    SETTINGS-MENUScreen auto lock: When the automatic keylock isswitched on, the keypad will be locked after a presettime (15 s, 30 s, 1 min, 5 min) after the last time a keywas pressed.-Phone security-Phone lock: Entering the phone lock code you can-Change password: You can change the phone locklock the phone (0000 in delivery state).code (0000 in delivery state).BluetoothPress Menu, select Settings -> Bluetooth and press OK.You have the following options:-Power: Switching the function on or off. You canchange the setting with the left softkey.-Visibility: Select whether your phone is visible for otherBluetooth devices when the Bluetooth function is activated. You can change the setting with the left softkey.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)55
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    SETTINGS-MENUMy device: For connecting the phone to another Bluetooth device with audio profile (e. g. headset or car kit).Previously the "Search new device" and the "pairing"with the device has to be carried out. After selecting thedevice and Options you have the following options:--56Connect (with the paired device)-Service list-Rename-Delete-Delete allMy name: The Bluetooth name. Can be changed.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    SETTINGSMENURestore factory settingsYou can reset the phone to its factory settings.Press Menu, select Settings -> Restore settings and pressOK.Enter the phone phone password (1122 in delivery state)and press OK.Press Yes in the following confirmation query.Note: The contacts stored in the phone will not be deleted.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)57
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    SOSMENUSOS menuThis phone is equipped with an emergency call function. Youcan register up to 5 personal phone numbers for automaticperiodic dialling or an emergency phone number for an emergency call centre.Selecting an emergency call destinationPress Menu, select SOS -> SOS mode setting.Select Set 5 numbers, if you want to call up to five personal emergency call numbers (see below) or Set call center,if you want to call an emergency call centre. Select Off fordeactivating the emergency call function.Entering emergency call numbersPress Menu, select SOS.Select Set SOS numbers, select one of the 5 possibleentries and press Edit.58Select Add from phonebook, to select a phone numberHelpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    SOSMENUfrom the phonebook or Edit number, to enter the phonenumber manually.orSelect Call center number and enter the desired phonenumber.Note: It is forbidden to enter a public emergency number such as police, fire and rescue control centre. It is apurely "private" emergency call.Select an outgoing emergency voice messagePress Menu, select SOS -> Set outgoing voice MSG.Select Default, to select the default outgoing voice message.orSelect Custom, to select a personal outgoing voice message. To use this setting you will have to record the personal outgoing message before (see below).Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)59
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    SOSMENURecording a personal emergency voice messagePress Menu, select SOS -> Set outgoing voice MSG.Select Custom and press OK.You have the following options:-Select: your personal emergency voice message willbe sent (only possible, if a personal emergency voicemessage is already recorded).-Record: Speak your personal emergency voice message right to the phones microphone. Press Stop tostop recording. Your personal emergency voice message will be stored.-Play: playback of your personal emergency voicemessage.-Delete: your personal emergency voice message willbe deleted.60Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    SOSMENUEmergency call procedurePush the SOS switch on the rear side of the phone to theupper position - SOS is visible. When the automatic SOS callstarts you will hear a siren tone.When Set 5 numbers is set:The first phone number will be dialled.If the first phone number will not answer the next phonenumber will be dialled and so on. All phone numbers(max. 5) will be called one by one subsequently. If youhave only set one phone number, the phone will only callthat number cyclically. This procedure will be repeated aslong as the phones battery is not empty.The procedure stops, as soon as the first person answers.The emergency voice message will be played. If the calledparty press key 0 within 10 seconds after your recordedvoice playing ended, hands free mode will be activated atyour side and you can talk to the called person directly.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)61
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    SOSMENU Note: Please mention explicitly in your personal emergency message, that the called party will have to presskey 0 to be able to speak with you. If not, the loopcontinues. This prevents the emergency loop from terminating, when, for example, an answering machinetakes your emergency call. The emergency loop continues even after an answeredemergency call, until you cancel the emergency (pushemergency switch down again).Cancel the emergency call functionPush the SOS switch on the rear side of the phone in thelower position again.62Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    TOOLSMENUTools menuCalenderYou can set the calendar from January 1970 to December2030. With Options the following functions are available:Jump to dateGo to todayGo to weekly/monthly viewAlarmYou can set 5 different alarms, which will sound once, daily oronly on certain days.Select an entry and press Edit.Under Status you can switch the alarm On or Off (Options > Select).Enter the desired time.Select Once, Everyday or Custom (Options - Select, whenready: Options - Done).Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)63
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    TOOLSMENUSelect an alarm tone.Select with Alert type what kind of alarm should be givenTo save your settings press Options -> Save.When the alarm goes off you can switch it off by pressing(Ring only / Vib. only / Tone and Vib.).Stop.CalculatorThe phone can support four continuous mixed arithmetic operations.Enter the first digit(s) for your arithmetic operation. EnterPress the navigation key // / to select the operationthe dot using the hash key.sign (+ - x ).Enter the next digit(s)Press the button in the centre of the navigation key to carryout the operation.64Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    SERVICESMENUServices menuThe items in this menu depend on your network operator.Please check with your provider for details.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)65
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    APPENDIXAppendixTechnical dataDual-BandGSM 900 / DCS 1800Additional functionsEmergency call function, torchBatteryLi-Ion, 3.7V, 900 mAhMaximum earpiecevolume+24 dB (distortion < 5 %)Talk timeup to 7 hoursStandby timeup to 8 daysDimensions101 x 51 x 21 mm (closed)USB connectionMicro USB, EU StandardHeadset connection3.5 mm jack, 4-conductor185 x 51 x 12 mm (open)(TRRS) phone connectorSAR valuesGSM 900 MHz 0.444 W/kgDCS 1800 MHz 0.867 W/kg66Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    APPENDIXService hotlineShould problems arise with the telephone, please refer to thefollowing information first. In the event of technical problems,please contact our service hotline under tel. 0844 800 6503(Using a UK landline, at the time of going to print: calls cost6p for connection charge and then 5p a minute. Mobile costsmay vary.) In the case of claims under the terms of guarantee,contact your sales outlet. There is a 2 year period of guarantee.Problems and solutionsProblemsRemedyThe mobile phone- No battery inserted.cannot be switched on.- Battery is not charged.The phone is requestingIf you do not have the PUK fora PUK when I switch on the your SIM card then contact yourphone.service providerHelpline 0844 800 6503(See on this page for costs and hours of operation)67
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    APPENDIXNo signal quality isNo network connection. Thedisplayed.mobile phone is in a locationwhere there is no network service. Move to a different locationor contact your service provider.The operating speed of the dis-Keypad does notfunction or onlyplay is reduced in the case of lowfunctions very slowly.temperatures. This is normal.A message appears inSome functions can only bethe display for someused after the respective servicefunctions, indicatinghas been applied for.execution/use is notContact your service provider.possible.Screen frozen or noRemove the battery for 3 min-response whenutes and try again.pressing keys.68Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    APPENDIXNo connection to theContact your service provider.mobile telecommunicationnetwork.The Insert SIM messageEnsure that the SIM card hasappears in thebeen installed correctly. Contactdisplay.your service provider, if necessary.The battery cannot be- Battery is defective.charged or is empty- Connect the charging unitwithin a short time.properly.- Charge the mobile for 4 hours.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)69
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    APPENDIXTips on the batteryOnly use batteries, cables and charging unit approved byDo not short circuit the battery. Always leave the battery inthe manufacturer, otherwise the battery could be damaged.the phone to avoid accidentally short circuiting the batterycontacts.Keep the battery contacts clean and free of dirt.The battery can be charged/discharged hundreds of timesbut its service life is limited. Replace the battery when thebattery power has decreased noticeably.Intended useThis mobile phone is designed for use when connected to amobile phone network. Any other use is considered unintended use. Unauthorised modification or reconstruction is notpermitted. Under no circumstances open the device or complete any repair work yourself.70Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    APPENDIXAreas of useDo not use the phone in prohibited areas.Switch the phone off in the vicinity of medical equipment(e.g. in hospitals).Do not use the phone in petrol stations or near fuels andchemicals.Check with the airline whether mobile phones may beused on board.Safety InformationPrevent exposure to smoke, dust, vibration, chemicals,moisture, heat and direct sunlight. The phone is not waterproof; therefore, keep it dry.Only use original accessories and batteries. Never attemptto connect other products.If you want to connect the phone to another device, readthe manual supplied with that device with regard to anydetailed safety information.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)71
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    APPENDIXNever attempt to connect incompatible products.Repairs to this device may only be completed by qualifiedAll mobile communication equipment is subject to interfer-service personnel.ence which may impair its performance.Keep the phone and accessories out of the reach of children.The SIM card can be removed. Caution! Small children canswallow them.The ringing tone is issued via the loudspeaker. Take anincoming call first and then hold the phone to your ear.This prevents any possible hearing damage.Only use the phone while driving or riding a transportvehicle in road traffic when using the approved handsfreeequipment and appropriately positioned holders. Ensurethat no safetyrelated functions are interfered with whenoperating the phone. It is essential to observe the applicable national laws and regulations.72Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    APPENDIXAlways maintain a distance of at least 15 cm to implantedheart pacemakers to prevent any possible interference. Ifyou have had a pacemaker implanted, do not carry thephone in a breast pocket when switched on. Always holdthe phone to the ear furthest away from the pacemakerduring calls.Switch the phone off immediately if you notice or suspectany adverse effects.This phone is hearing aid compatible. If you wear a hearing aid, however, please contact your doctor or the hearingaid manufacturer to inquire about any possible impairments through mobile communication equipment.Do not rely on the mobile phone as a safeguard for emergencies. For a variety of technical reasons, it is not possible to guarantee a reliable connection under all circumstances.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)73
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    APPENDIXPower adapter plugThe power adapter plug supplied fulfilsthe ecodesign requirements of the European Community (Directive 2005/32/EC).This means that the current consumptionis considerably less, both in operation as well as in standby, incomparison to older power adapter plug models.DisposalIn order to dispose of your device, take it to a collection point provided by your local public wasteauthorities (e.g. recycling centre). According to lawson the disposal of electronic and electrical devices,owners are obliged to dispose of old electronic andelectrical devices in a separate waste container. Thesymbol indicates that the device must not be disposed of in normal domestic waste!Batteries represent a hazard to health and theenvironment!74Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    APPENDIXNever open, damage or swallow batteries or allowthem to pollute the environment. They may containtoxic, ecologically hazardous heavy metals. You arelegally obliged to dispose of power packs and batteries at the point of sale or in the corresponding containers provided at collection points by local publicwaste authorities.Disposal is free of charge. The symbols indicate thatthe batteries must not be disposed of in normaldomestic waste and that they must be brought tocollection points provided by local public wasteauthorities.Packaging materials must be disposed of accordingto local regulations.Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)75
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    APPENDIXDeclaration of ConformityThis device fulfils the requirements stipulated in the EU directive: 1999/5/EU directive on radio equipment and telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition oftheir conformity.Conformity with the above mentioned directive is confirmedby the CE mark on the device. To view the complete Declaration of Conformity, please refer to the free download availableon our web site www.amplicomms.comMaintenanceClean the housing surfaces with a soft, flufffree cloth. Donot use any cleaning agents or solvents.76Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    APPENDIXGuaranteeAMPLICOMMS equipment is produced and tested accordingto the latest production methods. The implementation of carefully chosen materials and highly developed technologiesensure troublefree functioning and a long service life. Theterms of guarantee do not apply when a device malfunctionwas caused by the mobile telecommunications network operator/provider. The terms of guarantee do not apply to the batteries or power packs used in the products. The period ofguarantee is 24 months from the date of purchase.All deficiencies related to material or manufacturing errorswithin the period of guarantee will be redressed free ofcharge. Rights to claims under the terms of guarantee areannulled following tampering by the purchaser or third parties.Damage caused as a result of improper handling or operation,normal wear and tear, incorrect positioning or storage,improper connection or installation or Acts of Gods and otherHelpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)77
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    APPENDIXexternal influences are excluded from the terms of guarantee.In the case of complaints, we reserve the right to repair defective parts, replace them or replace the entire device.Replaced parts or devices become our property. Rights tocompensation in the case of damage are excluded wherethere is no evidence of intent or gross negligence by themanufacturer.If your device shows signs of defect during the period ofguarantee, please return it to the sales outlet in which youpurchased the AMPLICOMMS device together with the purchase receipt. All claims under the terms of guarantee inaccordance with this agreement can only be asserted at thesales outlet.No claims under the terms of guarantee can be asserted aftera period of two years from the date of purchase andhandover of the product.78Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    INDEXIndex3-party conference . . . . . . . 29AAlarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63Answer mode . . . . . . . . . . . 48Areas of use. . . . . . . . . . . . . 71Auto redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47BBattery status . . . . . . . . . . . 11Block list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55CCalculator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64Calender. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63Call barring . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46Call center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42Call divert. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44Call settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44Call time reminder . . . . . . . 47Call waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44Calling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26Calls list . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27, 42Change PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54Charging the battery . . . . . 10Charging via the mini USBcharging socket. . . . . . . . . . 10Creating a new phonebookentry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31DDeclaration of Conformity . 76Dedicated key . . . . . . . . . . . 52Dialling a phone number . . 26Direct number . . . . . . . . . . . 51Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74EEmergency call . . . . . . . . . . 58Emergency call procedure. 61Emergency voice message 59Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)79
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    INDEXEnding a call . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Entering text . . . . . . . . . . . . 24FFlight mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53GMMaintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . 76Making a call . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Memory status . . . . . . . . . . 30Mini USB charging socket . 10Multitap mode. . . . . . . . . . . 24Guarantee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77NHNetwork settings. . . . . . . . . 54Hands-free . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28OIOnetouch dialling. 26, 34, 51Options whilst in a call. . . . 28Icons in the display. . . . . . . 22Installing the SIM card andbattery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . 70KKeypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50LLanguage. . . . . . . . . . . . 12, 5280PPhone lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55Phone settings . . . . . . . . . . 52Phonebook. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30PIN lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54Pref. input method . . . . . . . 52Problems and solutions . . . 67Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    ANHANGINDEXQTQuestions and Answers. . . 14Quick Start Guide . . . . . . . . . 6Taking a call. . . . . . . . . . 13, 27Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . 66Time and date . . . . . . . . 12, 52Tips on the battery . . . . . . . 70Tone control. . . . . . . . . . . . . 51Torch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20RRedial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27Rejecting a call . . . . . . . . . . 13Restore factory settings . . . 57Ringtone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49UUser profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . 49SSafety Information . . . . . . . 71Screen auto lock . . . . . . . . . 55Security settings . . . . . . . . . 54Service hotline . . . . . . . . . . 67Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49SMS centre number . . . . . . 38SMSC address. . . . . . . . . . . 38SOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58Special key functions . . . . . 18Speed dialling . . . . . . . . . . . 26Switching the mobilephone on and off . . . . . 11, 25VVoicemail server . . . . . . . . . 39Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28Volume control . . . . . . . . . . 22WWhat is in the box. . . . . . . . . 8Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)81
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    MENUTREEMenu treeMessagesWrite messageInboxDraftsOutboxSent messagesSMS settingsSIMSave sent messagesPhonebook (Option)82ViewSend text messageCallEditDeleteCopyAdd to block listPhonebook settingsPreferred storageSpeed dialExtra numbersFixed dialHuman voice promptMemory statusCopy contactsMove contactsDelete all contactsHelpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    MENUANHANGTREECall centerCall historyMissed callsDialled callsReceived callsDelete call logsCall settingsCall waitingCall divertCall barringAdvance settingsBlock listAuto redialCall time reminderAnswer modeSettingsProfilesDirect NumberTone ControlPhone settingsTime and dateLanguagePref. input methodsDisplayShow date and timeDedicated keyFlight modeHelpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)83
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    MENUTREEBacklight SettingMain LCD backlightIncoming And SMS LEDCharge LEDNetwork settingsNetwork selectionSecurity settingsSIM securityPIN lockChange PINChange PIN2Screen auto lockPhone securityPhone lockChange passwordBluetoothPowerVisibilityMy deviceMy nameRestore settings84Helpline 0844 800 6503(See page 67 for costs and hours of operation)
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    MENUANHANGTREESOSSOS mode settingSet SOS numberCall center numberSet outgoing voice MSGToolsCalendarAlarmCalculatorServices(depending on network provider)85
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