Philips CT9A9KBRN manual

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    Discover Your Ph one Philips con tinuously str ives to improv e its products.Therefore, Philips res [...]

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    1 Softkeys The left and right soft keys ( L and R ) are located at the top of keypad area. Pressing [...]

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    2 Main Me nu You can access the different feat ures of your Xenium 9@9k phone from the main menu. Th[...]

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    3 New Events Some events may modify th e idle screen (such as missed calls, new SMS, new MMS, etc). [...]

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    4 Table of contents 1. Getting Started ..................... ...................... 7 Inserting the [...]

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    5 6. Multimed ia ............ ........................... ............ 28 Camera ............ ......[...]

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    6 Troubleshooting ........................ .................... 79 Philips Authentic Accessories ...[...]

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    Getting Started 7 1. Getting Started Please read the safety instructi ons in the "Precaut ions&[...]

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    8 Getting Started Insert the SIM car d Make sure that the clipped corner of the SIM card is facing t[...]

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    Getting Started 9 Switching on the phone To switch on the phon e, long press and relea se the ) key.[...]

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    10 Getting Started Keeping the charger plugged to the mobile phone whe n the battery is fully charge[...]

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    Getting Started 11 Numeric ke ys 0 , 1 , # and * have been preconfigured as th e default keys to ent[...]

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    12 Calling 2. Calling This chapter describes the fe atures and options related to making and receivi[...]

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    Calling 13 - End the current call -S e n d S M S - Record phone conversation (which includes 3 sub-o[...]

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    14 Calling 1. In idle mode, ent er the emergency call number (specific number in the caller's c[...]

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    Calling 15 If you wish to separate one me mber from the call, you can select Split conference call d[...]

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    16 Calling If you press the numeric keys, t he notepad editor will opened under call waiting mode . [...]

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    Text and number entry 17 3. Text and number entry Input method Your mobile phone supports several in[...]

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    18 Text and number entry Entering symbols In any input mode, press # to open/close symbols input scr[...]

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    Text and number entry 19 Example: How to enter the word "Home" 1. Pr ess 4 6°6 3 , the sc[...]

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    20 Text and number entry Pinyin Input Press * and select Pinyin input mode. Each Pinyin letter is re[...]

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    Text and number entry 21 Enter the pinyin letters acco rdingly. Press once on the key corresponding [...]

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    22 Text and number entry Association The input are a is empty and the ca ndidate area displays a lis[...]

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    Text and number entry 23 The stroke input method in this phone classifies a chinese character into 5[...]

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    24 Entertainment 4. Entertainment This section describes the games and additional tools installed on[...]

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    Browser 25 5. Browser Your phone comes with a WAP browser. You can obtain news, sports and weather i[...]

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    26 Browser To add a new bookmark: To edit a bookmark: History This menu allows you to quickly access[...]

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    Browser 27 Philips is not liabl e to give prior notifi cation nor shall it bear any consequences for[...]

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    28 Multimedia 6. Multimedia Camera Your mobile pho ne features a 300K digi tal camera that allows yo[...]

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    Multimedia 29 Photo preview option menu Once you have activated the cam era, simply press , to take [...]

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    30 Multimedia When there is not enough memory space, you will not b e ab l e to sa v e t h e p i ct [...]

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    Multimedia 31 Video Playback Once you have activated the video mode, simply press , to start recordi[...]

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    32 Multimedia When there is not enough memory space, you will not be able to save the recorded video[...]

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    Multimedia 33 playlist name and press , . Then use + / - to select a playlist, press , , and then pr[...]

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    34 Multimedia Press L Options to carry out the following operations : Settings The available options[...]

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    Multimedia 35 When you select Auto Tun e , the channel will be searched automaticall y. When the aut[...]

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    36 Multimedia Play in background If you need to activate other application while listening to the ra[...]

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    Messages 37 7. Messages SMS SMS enables you to send text messages to the other party, which is a con[...]

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    38 Messages MMS (network dependent) Your phone all ows you to send and receive multimedia messages, [...]

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    Messages 39 When there is mo re than one page, you can p ress < / > to view the different page[...]

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    40 Messages 5. Pr ess , to enter the next screen whereb y the message details will be displayed. P r[...]

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    Messages 41 4. P re ss + / - to select a message. When a message is selected, its contents will be d[...]

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    42 Messages 1. In idle mode, press , to enter the main menu. 2. Select Messages > My Favourites a[...]

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    Messages 43 SIM archive In the menu, you can see the read and unread messages saved in the SIM Card.[...]

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    44 Messages Cell broadcast This is a network service which allows you to receive text messages of va[...]

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    Messages 45 Delivery report You can select L On or Off . This option allows you to set whether or no[...]

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    46 My Files 8. My Files This menu allows yo u to store the fil e s in different folders ( Pictu res [...]

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    My Files 47 3. The folder options include: Videos When you enter this menu, the videos wh ich you ha[...]

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    48 My Files 3. The folder options and their operations ar e the same as Pictures menu. Videos are pl[...]

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    My Files 49 3. The folder options and their operations are the same as Pictures menu. Memory status [...]

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    50 Tools 9. Tools Calendar This menu displays the calendar. You can select Day view, Week view or Mo[...]

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    Tools 51 Alarm This phone supports 24-hour alarm. The available options are: If you have downloaded [...]

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    52 Tools After you have finished editing, press L to Save your new task and press L OK to exit. Mana[...]

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    Tools 53 To start recording, press L Option and select New episode or , . During the process, the re[...]

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    54 Tools Unit converter This application allows you to convert many types of units such as exchange [...]

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    Tools 55 You can press + / - to select a part icular number i n the black list, then press L Options[...]

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    56 Contact s 10. Contacts Your phone features two phonebo oks. The SIM phonebook is located on your [...]

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    Contacts 57 Phonebo ok Opti ons In the phonebook, yo u can display the details of a contact by selec[...]

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    58 Contact s View Select a group and press L Options > View to display the members of the group. [...]

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    Contacts 59 Advan ced This menu provides you with advanced features so that you can view and edit yo[...]

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    60 Calls 11. Calls Most options described in this chapter are operator and/or subscription depend en[...]

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    Calls 61 Minute reminder Select On or Off to activa te or deactivate the minu te reminder during a c[...]

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    62 Calls Auto redial You can set auto redial option On or Off . When set to On and the party you wis[...]

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    Settings 63 12. Settings You can configure your Xenium 9@9k mob ile phone to best suit your usage pr[...]

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    64 Settings Profile selection To select a different profile: Flight Ring volume Silence Ringtones De[...]

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    Settings 65 Personalise settings The available options include: This menu allows you to configure so[...]

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    66 Settings Security • PIN protection : S elect On or Off . When you select On , you need to enter[...]

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    Settings 67 Display You may configure your phon e with different display settings: Sounds You can se[...]

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    68 Settings Connectivity Bluetooth Your phone supports Bluetoo th wireless technology, allowing conn[...]

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    Settings 69 When searching for a dev ice, you are presented with a list of any devices discover ed w[...]

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    70 Settings Preferred Networks Preferred network list is stored in the SIM card. It specifies the pr[...]

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    Settings 71 GPRS profiles This menu allows you to configure a GPRS (G eneral Packet Radio Service) c[...]

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    72 Icons & Symbols Icons & Symbols In idle mode, several icons and symbols can be displayed [...]

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    Icons & Symbols 7 3 Silence - Indicates that silent mode is activated. Auto answer - Indicates t[...]

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    74 Precautions Precautions Radio Waves Your cellular mobile ph one is a low power radio transmitte r[...]

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    Precautions 75 Always switch off your phone Inadequately protected or sensitive elect ronic equipmen[...]

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    76 Precautions For the optimal and satisfactory operation of the phone, you are recommended to use t[...]

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    Precautions 77 Do not use your pho ne while driving Speaking on the telephone while driving lowers y[...]

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    78 Precautions When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the produc[...]

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    79 Troubleshooting The phone does not switch on Remove/reinstall the battery . Then charge the phone[...]

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    80 When attempting to use a feature in th e menu, the mobile displays NOT ALLOWED Some features are [...]

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    81 Philips Authentic Accessories Some accessories, such as a standard battery and a charger, are inc[...]

  • Page 83

    82 Trademark Declaration T9 ® is a trad emark of Tegic Communications Inc. Bluetooth™ is a trade-[...]

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    Specific Absorption Rate Information 83 Specific Absorption Rate Information International standards[...]

  • Page 85

    84 Limited warranty 1. What Does This Limited Warranty Cover? Philips warrants to the or iginal reta[...]

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    85 b) Product that has been damaged due to repair, alteration, or modification by anyone not authori[...]

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    86 ANY WARRANTY OF SATISFACTORY QUALITY MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. PHILIPS[...]

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    Declaration of conformity We , Shenzhen Sang Fei Consumer Communications Co., Ltd. 11 Science and T [...]