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    © 1999 Philips Consumer Communications Division of Philips France All rights reserved Printed in Fr[...]

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    Q UICK G UIDE SWITCH ON Press and hold Enter your PIN code. MAKE A CALL Enter phone number . Call th[...]

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    1 DTMF Dual T one Multi Frequency The tones are transmitted by the phone to the network. They are us[...]

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    From y our card, remove the micro-SIM car d The micro-SIM car d T o use your phone, you must insert [...]

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    Inser t the micr o-SIM card First, place the micr o-SIM card into the appr opriate slot in the batte[...]

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    D ISCOVER Y OUR P HONE 4 Antenna Earpiece listen here Display see next page Red "ON/OFF" k[...]

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    D ISPLA Y 5 Silent mode if on: phone will not ring or beep (except for the alarm clock) New text mes[...]

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    E NTERING T EXT 6 Each ke y allows you to obtain se veral char acters . Y ou have to quickly press t[...]

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    7 B ASIC FUNCTIONS Switch on/off... ... Mak e a call SWITCH ON Press and hold. Sometimes entering th[...]

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    B ASIC F UNCTIONS 8 Answ er or reject a call Consult last calls Adjust ringer v olume and vibrator T[...]

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    B ASIC F UNCTIONS 9 Emergency call International call K eypad lock/unlock Enter 112 Depending on you[...]

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    S PECIAL F UNCTIONS 10 Answ er a second call (Call W aiting) Automatic redial Scratchpad This featur[...]

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    S PECIAL F UNCTIONS 11 T ouchtones (DTMF) Hide your identity Setting up Flash Dial During a call or [...]

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    The Compass K ey is y our na vigator while in the menus. Press to enter or exit the menus. Mo ve one[...]

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    M ENUS / N AMES ... 13 Add a name ... Add V oice Dial With your phone, you can store the names and p[...]

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    M ENU S / N AMES ... 14 View names in the Names list ... Quick access to names.. Accept. Accept. T o[...]

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    M ENUS / N AMES ... 15 Search f or a specific name Read y our o wn phone number Delete a name Accept[...]

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    M ENUS / M ESSAGES .. 16 Messag es New messa ge(s) ... With your GSM phone you can receive te xt mes[...]

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    M ENUS / M ESSAGES ... 17 ... Read archiv ed messag es Send shor t messag es (SMS) At the end of a m[...]

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    M ENUS / M ESSAGES .. 18 ... Emotion Icons ... Select the icon you w ant to send. (See “Emotion Ic[...]

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    M ENUS / M ESSAGES ... 19 Send SMS from phonebook ... Usual Messag es Y ou can also send an SMS dire[...]

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    M ENU S / C ALLS ... 20 View calls... ... Delete all calls Y ou can consult the last 20 calls in the[...]

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    M ENU S / C ALLS ... 21 Meters View Meters Reset Meters Y our phone has mete r s that all o w you to[...]

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    M ENUS / S ETTINGS ... 22 Set-up meters ... K ey tones ON/OFF Fr om Meters switch to “Setup”. T [...]

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    M ENUS / S ETTINGS ... 23 Choose ringer Cell broadcast ... When your phone rings, it plays a melody.[...]

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    M ENUS / S ETTINGS ... 24 ... Manual registration V oice Mailbo x number Accept. ❚ Set on ◆ Set [...]

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    25 MENUS/ SECURITY... Consult y our v oice mess a g es Pin r equest Chan g e PIN and PIN 2 codes Lig[...]

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    M ENUS / S ECURITY ... 26 Fix ed names Add names Restrict to fix ed names Y our network operator may[...]

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    M ENUS / E XTRA ... 27 Alarm Set alarm on Set clock The phone offers you some fun and practical func[...]

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    M ENUS / E XTRA ... 28 Calculator ... Eur o conv er ter Y our phone has a calculator to add (+), sub[...]

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    M ENUS / E XTRA ... 29 Bior ythm calendar ... Stopwatch Y our phone has a game which allows you to f[...]

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    M ENUS / C ALL F ORW ARDING ... 30 Call forwarding ... Cancel all Depending on your network operator[...]

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    31 P HILIPS AUTHENTIC ACCESSORIES “When Performance Counts... Philips Authentic Accessories are De[...]

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    32 Basic Car Kit K eeps your phone secure and within easy r each while the battery is charging. Refe[...]

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    33 PROBLEM The phone does not switch on. The displa y shows «BLOCKED» when you switch on. The and [...]

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    34 RADIO W A VES • Y our phone transmits/receives radio wa ves in the GSM frequency (900/1800 Hhz)[...]

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    Accessories - 31 Alarm - 27 Battery - 2, 31 Biorh ythm calendar - 29 Calculator - 28 Calls - 20 Answ[...]

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    T able of contents Glossary 1 Before y ou star t 2 The micro-SIM car d 2 The battery 2 Insert the mi[...]