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    Discover Your Ph one Philips continuo usly strives to imp rove its product s. Therefore, Philips reserves th e rights t o revise this user guide or withdraw it at any tim e without prior notice. Philips provides thi s user guide “as is” and does no t accept, except as required by applicable l aw, liability for any error, omission or discrepancy[...]

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    1 Keypad introductions Take photos Press the right side keys, C or , . Enter the phone number Press the number keys. End a call Press ) . < / > Move the cursor when editing tex t. In standby mode, press < to enter Write Message menu, press > to enter Alert Type menu. In the camera preview m ode, press < / > to switch to EV , Zoom [...]

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    2 </>/+/- keys are re fe rr ed t o a s n av ig ati on ke ys. In th is use r g ui de , th e p hr ase "p re ss t h e ke y" re fer s t o p re ssi ng and thereafter r eleasing a key; "Hold down a key" refers to pressing a key and keeping it dep ressed for 2 seconds or longer.[...]

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    3 Table of contents 1. Getting Started .. ........................... ...............5 Removal and Insertion of the SIM Card ......5 Removal and In sertion of the Memory Card ................. ........................... ..................... ....5 Removal and Installatio n of the Battery ......6 Battery charging ...................................[...]

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    4 10. Fun & Games . ........................... .............. 40 Games ...................... ..................... .................... 40 Sound Recorder .................... ......................... 40 AB Repeater ................................ .................... 41 11. File Manager ........................ .................... 42 12. S[...]

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    Getting Started 5 1. Getting Started Before using your mobile phone, you must insert a valid SIM (Subscriber Identity Modul e) card into the phone. The SIM card is supplied by your netw ork provider . The information reco rded on the chip of the SIM card include data required in order to establish a connection with the network, the names and number[...]

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    6 Getting Started • Push up t he lid on the memory card trough, place the memory card into the memory card trough. • P ush down the lid , and glide it to secure the memory card in the memory card trough. • When you need to remo ve the memory car d, please first turn off the phone, remo ve the battery , then remo ve the memory card. Removal an[...]

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    Getting Started 7 Battery chargi ng The new battery is partially charg ed (about 50 %) and may be used directly out of the box. During the first three charge cycles, you must ensure that the battery is fully discharged before re-charging. This will enable optimum performance of the battery. • Plug the charger into the electrical outlet. • Plug [...]

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    8 Getting Started Turning the Phone On and Off To turn the phone on or off, hold down ) . If you turn on the phone without inserting the SIM card, the ph one will di splay Insert SIM . After inserting the SIM card, the phone will automatically check if the SIM card is useable. The following will be displayed in this order: • Enter Phone Lock Code[...]

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    Getting Started 9 Your SIM card comes with a standard 4-8 digit PIN number supplied by your network provider. You should change this to your own nu mber as soon as possible. Connecting to the Network When the SIM card is successfully opened , your mobile phone will start to search for an available network ( Searching will be displayed on the screen[...]

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    10 Main Functions 2. Main Functions Characteristic Function This mobile phone has the following characteristic functions: Phone Book Offers quick search function. The phone can hold a maximum o f 300 phonebook reco rds and each phonebook record can hold a maximum of 4 phone numbe rs. The number of phonebook records that the SIM card can hold is dep[...]

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    Main Functions 11 Sound Recorder Allows you to record sound in both calling and non-calling modes . When the phone is in calling mode, you can press C to record the dialogue, or press L Option to select the sound recorder. Recorded sound is saved in *.amr or *.wav formats and stored in the Sound Recorder folder of the File Manager (D: or E:); whe[...]

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    12 Main Functions Dialing You may make and receive calls on your phone when the symbol of your network provider appears on the screen. The information bar on the upper left corner of the screen indicates network strength (the signal is strongest when there are four lines visible). Barriers greatly affect call quality, thus slightly moving your posi[...]

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    Main Functions 13 Dialing Calls from the Call Log Your mobile phone can also store records of the most recently missed, received and dialed calls, as well as the call time of the last call and the accumulated time of calls received and dialed. When the call log is full, the old numbers will be erased automatically. • In standby mode, press ( t o [...]

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    14 Main Functions Call Option Du r ing a call, press L O p t i on to enter the call opt i on menu; pr ess R H-F r ee to activa t e and i n crease vol u me, pr ess R H-H e ld again to deactivate and decrease volume. The call option menu can only be seen while a call is being made. Functions such as call waiting, call divert, and conference calls req[...]

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    Function Menu 15 3. Function Menu How to Use the Function Menu Scroll to select a function • In s tandby mode, pre ss L M en u to e nter the m a in menu. During a call, press L O p ti o n to enter the call option menu, then use + / - to scroll to the desir e d item on the call menu, and press L to select the function. • In all the menus and sub[...]

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    16 Function Menu Call History Missed Ca lls Dialed Calls Received Calls Delete Call Log Call Time Last Call Time/Total Sent/Total Received/Reset All Time Call Cost Last Call Cost /Total Cost/Reset Cost/Max Cost/ Price Per Unit SMS Counter Sent/Received GPRS Counter Last Sent/Last Received/All Sent/All Received/Reset Counter Camera Camera ImageViewe[...]

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    Function Menu 17 General Activate/Customize Meeting Activate/Customize Outdoor Activate/Customize Indoor Activate/Customize Headset Customize Services STK* WAP Data Account Extra Calendar To Do List Alarm Calcul ator Units C onver ter Currency Conv erter Shortcuts The items that appear under the STK menu may be different accor ding to the networ k [...]

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    18 Phone Book 4. Phone Book You can use To Phone option in the phone book menu to save name card information such as Name, Number, Home Number, Company Name, Email Address, Office Number, Fax Number, Associate Picture, Associate Sound, and Caller Group. To display a list of telephone numbers, all you need to do i s to press R Na m e in standby mode[...]

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    Phone Book 19 When you copy telephone number entries from your mobile phone onto your SIM card, only the names and telephone numbers w ill be copied. You need to enter a passw ord to de lete all th e phonebook entries in the SIM card or phone. The default password is "0000". Copy All select From SIM to copy all the telephone entries on yo[...]

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    20 Phone Book In the phon ebook, you can enter the l ist of pho nebook entries via Quick Search , then press + / - to scroll and select a ph on ebo ok entry. P r ess L or , to select the f o llowing optio n s: If the current phonebook entry is saved on the SIM card, then you can only vi ew the name and telephone number of the entry. • Preferred S[...]

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    Phone Book 21 Y o u c an p r e ss ( to di a l the selec t ed phonebook e n t r y in the phonebook list or in the detailed informa tion interface mode of the phoneb ook entry. If there is more than one telephone number in the entry, when you press ( , the list of number s will appear. Sel ect the d e si r ed n u mb e r a n d pr e ss ( aga i n. Copy [...]

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    22 Messages 5. Messages In the main menu, scroll to select Messages , and then press L to enter. The available o p tions include: SMS , MMS , Voice Ma il Ser ver and Broadcast Message . SMS If your network s upports SMS (Short Message Service) and you have app lied for this se rvice from your network provider, you can send En glish and Chinese shor[...]

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    Messages 23 Outbox Enter the Outbox to view the short me ssages (saved in the SIM card and phon e memory) in the mobile phone. When the message list in Outbox appears, you can use + / - to sele c t a short message, and p r ess L OK to read the detailed contents of the sele cted message. A t this t i m e , y o u c an also pr ess L Op t ion to car r [...]

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    24 Messages Write Message Before writing a short message, please confirm that you have set the short message service centre number. You can edit your short message via Write Message . Press L to enter the Option menu: After selecting Done , you can select Save to save the current message into the Outbox . If you select Send Only , you will be promp[...]

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    Messages 25 Template This menu allows you to predefine up to ten messages that you use most frequently. Select a message and press L to access the next opt o ns. Message Settings This menu allows you to configure the SMS settings. The options are: Profile Setting Common Setting Memory Status This option is used to display the stora ge status of the[...]

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    26 Messages Pref. Bearer This option allows you to set the preferred transmission mode. For further detail, ple ase contact with network provider. MMS MMS refers to Multimedia Message Service. It supports multimedia functions and can send text, images, sound and many mul timedia fi le forma ts. The MMS function is oper ator dependent. Before using [...]

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    Messages 27 Selec t Done when you have comple ted the editing of the current MMS, and you can carry out the following operations: Send Only , Save and Send , Save to Drafts , Send Options , or Exit . You can customize the following Send options : Some of the above options appear only under certain circumstances; for example, Delete Slid e only appe[...]

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    28 Messages When you are in your home network, and the Retrieval mode is set as Immediate , an icon will be displayed on the standby screen to indicate that you h a v e r e c e i v e d a n e w M M S . At this time, the MMS will be temporarily saved in the cache. If a new MMS is received when you are not in standby mode, contin u o u sly press R or [...]

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    Messages 29 Outbox MMS that are not sen t successfully or that you choose to save before sending are saved in the Outbox . Enter th e Outbox . Your mobile phone will displa y a list of MMS in the Outbox . Press + / - to scro ll to the MMS you wish to read, and p r e ss L Op t io n s to carry out the following operations: Drafts Drafts contains MMS [...]

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    30 Messages Message Settings The user must make the necessary settings in order to use the MMS feature. Enter MMS Settings and carry out the following settings: Delete delete the current MMS. Delete Al l delete all the MMS in the drafts folder. Use Number extract the number of the sender and recipient, Dial or Save To Phone Book . Sending set sendi[...]

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    Messages 31 Read Report and Delivery Repo rt require network support. Please contact your netwo rk provider. Your mobi le phone has a dedica ted space f or the storage of MMS. When the spa ce is fully utilized, you need to delete some MMS in order to save new ones. • Roaming : set the degree of emergency in the do wnloading of MMS when you are ro[...]

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    32 Messages Voice Mail Server This will automatically direct incoming calls to the voice mail centre when you cannot answer the call. The caller can l eave a message on the voice m ail system of the service network. If the caller leave a message, you can access the message by calling the voice mail system. • Enter Voice Mail S erver . Y ou can se[...]

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    Call History 33 6. Call History In the m a in m enu, pr e ss the n a vigation k e ys to scroll and se l ect Call Hi s tor y , then press L OK to e nter. Y o u can look up information on the call records. Missed Calls Enter Missed Call s , the screen displays the name of the caller (if the name is already stored in the phonebook) and telephone numbe[...]

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    34 Call History Call Time Press L OK to enter Call Time . You can check information regarding the call duration. Call Cost Press L OK to enter Call Cost . You can check information regarding the call cost. Your network operator mu st be able to support Call Cost function before you can use it. You ne ed to enter your PIN2 code to set the Max Cost a[...]

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    Camera 35 7. Camera This mobile phone is equipped with a high resolution camera (30 thousand p icture element), which you can use to take pictures, and then save them in your mobile phone, use them as your mobile phone wallpaper (main screen size) or send them to your friend s and colle agues vi a MMS. In the main menu, press the navigation keys to[...]

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    36 Camera When size of the image is set as 640x480, zoom is not supported; when size of the image i s set as 320x240, Zoom 1x and Zoom 2x are supported. In the preview window of the camera, press L Option to carry out the following operations: Taking a phot o • In view finder m ode, adjust the lens to position the object to be photographed in the[...]

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    Camera 37 • After taking the pictur e, press L or , to save it (default F ile P ath is Phone ), then return to view find e r mo d e. O r pr ess R to r e turn to vi e w finder mode without saving the picture. •W h e n Cont Shot is set to On , saving and taking of a photo will finish at the same time. • By default, the image is sav ed and named[...]

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    38 Audio Player 8. Audio Player In the main menu, press the navigation keys to scroll and select A udio P l ayer , then p r ess L OK to enter. In the Audio Player menu, press + / - to control the music, such as pause or resume; press < / > to play the music in the playlist one after another; press > to adjust the volume. In the Audio Playe[...]

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    Video Player 39 9. Video Player In the main menu, press the navigation keys to scroll and select V id e o P l ayer , t h en p ress L OK to enter. Video Recorder Enter Video Recorder , the video recorder displays the view finder interfa c e. Press , , C or L R e co r d to begin recording, then press , , C or L t o s to p a nd save, or press R to e x[...]

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    40 Fun & Gam es 10. Fun & Games In the main menu, press the navigatio n keys to scrol l and select Fun & Games , then press L OK to enter. It comprises the fol lowing: Games , Sound Recorder , AB Repeater and Karaoke . Games Select a game, press L . F or details about each game, you can refer to the direction on the screen. Game Setting[...]

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    Fun & Games 4 1 AB Repeat er Enter the menu and select the repeat file, then press L Option to carry out the following operations: Sound file is saved in the Audio folder in the D: and E: drives (i f a memory card has been i nserted i nto the mobile phone). The files are then displayed in the menu list. AB Repeater function supports these for[...]

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    42 File Manager 11. File Manager In the main menu, press the navigation keys to scroll and select File Manager , and then press L OK to enter. The menu displays "D:" and "E:"(if a Memory ca rd has been inserted into the mobile phone). Open the file manager to display a list o f files, select a fol d er, a nd press L O p t i on[...]

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    File Manager 43 If the file attribu te is Read Only, it can no t be deleted. Method of operation is the same as D: and E:. In all levels of the cata log, press the right k ey to open a file, and press the lef t key to return to prev ious screen. Copy copy the current file to another destination. Press L to select this operation, and display all f[...]

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    44 Settings 12. Settings In the main menu, press the navigation keys to scroll and select Settings . Press L OK to enter the Setti ngs menu. In this menu, you can configure your usage preferences of the mobile phone. These include Phone Setup , Call Setu p , IP Number , Network Setup , Security Setup and Restore Factory Settings . Phone Setup Enter[...]

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    Settings 45 encoding. If certain characters cannot be displayed, please switch the encoding in order to view them. Display Characteristics Greeting Text Turn On or Off , and edit the greeting text of the phone. Speed Dial Turn Speed Dial feature On or Off and se t speed d ial numbers. Select Set Numb er and press L OK . You can enter and select a s[...]

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    46 Settings Dedicated key You can edit the shortcut function of the navigation keys + , - , < and > in standby mode. Shortcuts You can edit the shortcut menu, it can be found in Extra > shortc uts . Call Setup You can carry out the following settings: Caller ID This function pr ovides th e user with the ability to send or hide his/her p ho[...]

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    Settings 47 When you have selecte d one of the above modes, you may carry out the following operations: Call Barring The Call Barring option allows you to bar incoming or outgoing calls based on user defined condit ions. A 4- digit Barring Password required to activate Call Barring service is supplied by your network provide r . For more informatio[...]

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    48 Settings Call Time Reminder This option enables you to remind yourself about the durati on of a c all. W hen th is optio n is en abled, t here will be a short beep when th e duration of a call exceeds the reminder timer. It can be a single or periodic reminder. If the input value is out of the range as described above, there will be a pop- up no[...]

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    Settings 49 Preferred Netw orks Preferred Networks is a list of networks already configured and set by you. The preferred networks will be stored in the SIM card. P r e s s L OK to s h ow a list of prefe r red networks. S e lect a n item, th e n p r e ss L Op t ion to enter it: Band Selection This menu is used to select the band of network for call[...]

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    50 Settings If you enter an incorrect PIN number three tim es in succession, your SIM card will be locked. At this time, you need the PUK number to unlock the S IM card. The PIN number and PUK number may have been provided to you to gether with the SIM ca rd. If you do not have them, please conta ct your network provider . The default PIN number is[...]

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    Settings 51 in the fixed dialing number l ist are displayed in the phone book. Barred Dial If your SIM card supports it, certain numbers can be barred. When this function is activated, you may only dial the numbers that is in the barred di aling lis t. You need to enter your PIN2 code to turn t he Barred Dialing function on or off. Please contact y[...]

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    52 User Profiles 13. User Profiles Your mobile phone provides a number of user profiles for you to set your mobile phone's ring tone, according to condition and env ironment. From the main menu, press t he navigation keys to scro ll a n d select User Profiles . P ress L to enter the User Profiles menu, where you will be able to access the foll[...]

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    User Profiles 53 • Alert Type : This option allows you to set the type of alert you wish to receiv e when there is an incoming call. Y ou can select only one option from Ring , Vibrat ion Only , Vibra and Ring or Vibra Then Ring . • Ring Type : This option allo ws you to set the ring mode, such as Single , Repeat or Ascending . • Extra Tone :[...]

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    54 Services 14. Services In the main menu, press the navigation keys to scroll and select Services . There are three submenus: STK , WAP and Data Account . STK Press + / - to scroll and select STK . Press L to enter the STK menu. In this menu, you can use the value- added services provided by your network operator. Your mobile phone suppor ts STK f[...]

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    Services 55 Recent Pages You can visit the web sites you visited recently. Enter Add ress Use this menu to manually enter the URL address of a website and access it. Yo u can also access a website using Bookmarks and Recent Pages menu. If you wish to visit si na website, you just ne ed to enter Service Inbox Select Service Inbox to vi[...]

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    56 Services If you have attempted to access, or successfully accessed confidential informatio n that require a password (such as a bank account), please clear your mobile phone's cache memory each time. WAP Online Direction • How to use O nline functions When browsing WAP service pages, you can press L Option to carry out the following opera[...]

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    Services 57 When browsing a WAP page, you can press ) at any time to exit the WAP browser window, disconnect and return to stand by mode. • Explanation of the M obile Phone K eys in the Browse r Press + / - to move up/down and sc roll through the WAP page. Press < / > to move left/right and scroll through the WAP p a g e . P ress L Op t ion[...]

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    58 Services GPRS In this menu, the mo bile phone will display a list of GPRS Data account. You can select and edit the GPRS data: Account Name specify a name for the account. APN edit APN. User Name set the user identification for login to APN. Password set the password for login to APN. Auth.Type select Normal or Secur e .[...]

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    Extra 59 15. Extra In the main m enu interface, p ress the n avigation keys to scroll to Extra and press L to ente r the Extra menu. You can make use of some practical ap plications, such as: Calendar , To Do List , Alarm , Calcul ator , Units Converter , Currency Conv erter and Shortcuts . Calendar When you enter the Calendar , the screen will dis[...]

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    60 Extra Calculator The calculator supports 4 basic arithmetic functions to facilitate simple calculations. Enter the Calculator to display the operation interface of the calculator: • U se the number keys from 0 - 9 to enter number s , and use # to e nter decimal point. • Pr ess + / - and < / > to enter the symbo ls for the four mathemat[...]

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    Input Methods 61 16. Input Methods General outline This mobile phone support s English input and the following input methods: Multitap ABC, Multitap abc, Numeric, Smart ABC, and Smart abc. Text entry functions permitt ed on this mobile phone are: • Inputting and editing of short messages • Inputting and editing of names in the phone book • Lo[...]

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    62 Icons & symbols Icons & symbols In standby mode, s everal symbols can be displayed simultaneously on the main screen. If the networ k symbol isn’t dis played, the netw ork is currently not available. You may be in a bad reception area, moving to a diff erent location may h elp. GSM Netwo rk - Your phone is connected to a GSM network. R[...]

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    63 Precautions Radio Waves Your cellular mobile phone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver . When it is operating, it sends and receives radio waves. The radio waves carry your voice or data signal to a base station that is connected to the telephone network. The network controls the power at which the phone transmits. • Y our phone tran[...]

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    64 Always switch off your phone... Inadequately protected or sensitive electr onic equipment may be aff ected by radio energy. This interference can lead to accidents. Bef o re b o arding an a i r c raft and/ o r when pa ck i n g the p h on e in y o u r l u gg a ge: the u s e of mobile p h ones in an a i rcraft may be dangerous for the o p eration [...]

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    65 Improved performance In order to improve the p erformance of your ph one , reduce rad io energy emiss ion, reduce batte ry consumption and ensure safe operation adhere to the following guidelines: For the optimal and satisfactory operation of the phone you are recommended to use the phone in the normal operating position (when not using in hands[...]

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    66 Your mobile phone and your car Studies have shown that speaking on the telephon e while driving l owers your concentratio n, whic h can be dangerous. Adhere to the following guidelines: • Give your full at tention to driving. P ull off the road and park befo re using the phon e. • Respect the loca l regulations in countries where you drive a[...]

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    67 Troubleshooting The phone does not switch on Remove/reinstall the battery. Then charge the phone until the battery icon stops scrolling. Unplug from charger and try to switch the mobile on. Your phone doesn’t return to the idle screen Long press ) or switch off the phone , check that the SIM card and the battery are installed correctly and swi[...]

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    68 You have the feeling that you miss some calls Check your call divert options. The display shows SIM failure Check that the SIM card has been inserted in the right position. If the problem remains, your SIM card may be dama ged. C ontac t your op erato r. When attempting to use a feature in th e menu, the mobile displays NOT ALLOWED Some features[...]

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    69 Philips Authentic Accessories Some accessories, such as battery and charger, are included as standard accessories in your mobile phone package. Additional accessories may al so be provided or sold separately. Package contents may therefore vary. To maximise the perf ormance of your Philips mobile phone and not to void the warr anty, always purch[...]

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    70 Specific Absorption Rate Information Specific Absorption Rate Information International standards THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS THE INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) ener gy define[...]

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    71 Limited warranty 1. What Does This Limited Warranty Cover? Philips warrants to the original reta il purchaser (“Consumer” or “You”) that this Philips cellular product and all accesso r ies o r ig i nally p r o v ided by Philips in the sales package (“Product”) are free from defec ts in materi als, design a nd workmanship under normal[...]

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    72 b) Product that has been damage d due to repair, alteration, or modification by anyone not authorized by Philips; or c) Product that has reception or operation problems caused by signal conditions, network reliability or cable or antenna systems; or d) Product defects or problems ca used by uses with non-Philips products or accessories; or e) Pr[...]

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    Declaration of conformity We , Philips (China) Investment Co., Ltd. BU Wirel es s Ch ina 21F , T ower 1 Kerry Ev erbright City 218 T ian M u Xi Road Shanghai, P .R.C200010 declare under our sole respon sibility that the product Philips S890 GSM/GPRS Dualband D igital M obile Phone T A C: 35172 7 01 to which this declaration relates, is in conformit[...]