1 USER GUIDE UK SW NW FIN MOBILE TELEPHONE M300 V1
3 3 1 BECAUSE WE CARE Thank you for purchasing this product. This product has been designed and assembled with utmost care for you and the environment. This is why we supply this product with a quick installation guide to reduce the number of paper (pages) and therefor save trees to be cut for making this paper. Thank you for supporting us to protect our environment. UK 2 SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS When using your telephone, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury, including the following: 1. Switch off the phone in the vicinity of chemical plants, gas stations and other locations containing explosive objects. 2. When driving, please use the hands free calling device (purchased separately) to ensure safety. Please park the car at roadside for communication unless in emergency. 3. Switch off the phone when boarding an airplane and do not switch the phone on during the flight. 4. Be careful when using the mobile phone in the vicinity of such devices as pacemakers, hearing aids and other electro-medical equipment, which may be interfered by the mobile phone. 5. Never attempt to disassemble the phone by yourself. 6. Do not recharge the phone without battery being installed.
4 4 7. Charge the phone in well-ventilated environment and keep away from inflammable and high explosive articles. 8. To avoid demagnetization, keep the handset away from magnetic substances, such as magnetic discs or credit cards. 9. Keep the phone away from liquid. If soaking or erosion occurs, take the battery out and contact the supplier. 10. Avoid using the phone in too high or too low temperature environments. Never leave the phone exposed under direct sunlight, in high humidity or in a dusty environment. 11. Do not use liquid or a damp cloth with strong detergents to clean the handset. 2.1 Charging your battery Your device is powered by a rechargeable battery. The full performance of a new battery is achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles. The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually wear out. When the talking and standby time is noticeably shorter than normal, please replace the battery. Use only approved batteries and recharge your battery only with approved chargers designated for this device. If a replacement battery is being used for the first time or if the battery has not been used for a long period, it may be necessary to connect the charger, disconnect it and then reconnect it to begin charging the battery. Unplug the charger from the electrical plug and the device when not in use. Do not leave a fully charged battery
5 5 connected to a charger, since overcharging may shorten its lifetime. If left unused, a fully charged battery will lose its charge over time. If the battery is completely discharged, it may take a few minutes before the charging indicator appears on the display or before any calls can be made. Use the battery only for its intended purpose. Never use any charger or battery that is damaged. Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting will occur when a metallic object such as a coin, clip or pen causes direct connection of the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals of the battery. This might happen, for example, when you carry a spare battery in your pocket or purse. Short-circuiting the terminals may damage the battery or the connecting object. Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car in summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the battery. A device with a hot or cold battery may not work temporarily, even when the battery is fully charged. Battery performance is particularly limited in temperatures well below freezing. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire as they may explode. Batteries may also explode if damaged. Dispose of batteries according to local regulations. Please recycle when possible. Do not dispose as household waste. UK
6 6 Note: Actual operation time of the battery varies according to operation mode, network settings and call settings. Note: To ensure safety, do not change the parts and accessories of the battery by yourself or take off the battery shell. We suggest you only use the original battery supplied with your phone to avoid any damage to your phone. The temperature range for charging the phone is 0 C - 40 C. Do not charge the battery in too high or too low temperatures. Do not use the mobile phone during charging. Please don t keep charging for a long time. Pull out the charger after the battery is fully charged. 2.2 Further safety information The unit and the accessories can contain small parts. Keep them out of the reach of small children. 2.3 Operating environment Remember to follow any particular rules that may apply wherever you happen to be and always turn off the unit whenever its use is forbidden, or it can cause interference or danger. Only use the units in its normal user position. This unit complies with guidelines for radiation when it is used either in a normal position against your ear, or when it is at least 2.2 cm from your body. If the unit is carried close to
7 7 your body in a case, belt holder or other holder, these should not contain any metal and the product should be placed at the distance from your body specified above. Parts of the unit are magnetic. The unit can attract metal object. Do not keep credit cards or other magnetic media near the unit, as information stored on them can be erase. 2.4 Medical units The use of equipment that transmits radio signals, e.g. mobile phones, can interfere with insufficiently protected medical apparatus. Consult a doctor or the manufacturer of the apparatus to determine if it has adequate protection against external radio signals, or if you have any question. Wherever there is notices to forbidden use of mobile phone, you should comply. Hospitals and other health care facilities sometimes use equipment that can be sensitive to external radio signals. 2.5 Pacemaker Pacemaker manufacturers recommend a distance at least 15 cm. between a mobile phone and a pacemaker to avoid the risk of interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are in accordance with independent research and recommendations from Wireless Technology Research. People with pacemakers should: not carry the unit in a breast pocket hold the unit against the ear on the opposite side from the pacemaker to reduce the risk of interference UK
8 8 If you suspect that there is a risk of interference, turn off the unit and move it further away. 2.6 Hearing aids Some digital wireless units can cause interference to some hearing aids. Contact your operator in case of interference. 2.7 Vehicles Radio signals can affect electronic systems in motor vehicles (e.g. electronic fuel injection, ABS brakes, automatic cruise control, air bag systems) that have been incorrectly installed or are inadequately protected. Contact the manufacturer or its representative for more information about your vehicle or any additional equipment. Do not keep or transport flammable liquid gases or explosives together with the unit or its accessories. For vehicles equipped with air bags: remember that air bags fill with air with considerable force. Do not place objects, including fixed or portable radio equipment in the area above the airbag or the area where it might expand. Serious injuries may be caused if the mobile phone equipment is incorrectly installed and the airbag fills with air. 2.8 Areas with explosion risk Always turn off the unit when you are in an area where there is a risk of explosion and follow all signs and instructions. An explosion risk exists in the places that include areas where
9 9 your normally requested to turn off your car engine. Within such an area, sparks can cause explosion or fire which can lead to personal injuries, even death. Turn off the unit at filling stations i.e. near petrol pumps and garages. Follow the restrictions that are in force on the use of radio equipment near places where fuel is stored and sold, chemical factories and places where blasting is in progress. Areas with risk for explosion are often but not always clearly marked. This also applies to below decks on ships: the transport or storage of chemicals; vehicles that use liquid fuel (such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal powder. 2.9 Emergency calls UK Important! Mobile phones use radio signals and the mobile phone network. This means that connection in all circumstances cannot be guaranteed. Therefore you should never rely solely on a mobile phone for very important calls such as medical emergencies Certification information (SAR) This model meets international guidelines for exposure to radio waves. Your mobile device is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines.
10 10 These guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organization ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons regardless of age and health. The guidelines use a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The ICNIRP SAR limit for mobile devices used by the general public is 2.0 W/kg. As SAR is measured utilising the device s highest transmitting power, the actual SAR of the device while operating is typically below the above indicated level. This is due to automatic changes to the power level of the device to ensure it only uses the minimum level requested to reach the network. The World Health Organization has stated that present scientific information does not indicate the need for any special precaution for the use of mobile devices. They note that if you want to reduce your exposure then you can do so by limiting the length of calls or using a hands-free device to keep the mobile phone away from the head and body. 3 BOX CONTENT In the box you will find: 1 Mobile Phone 1 Mains power adapter 1 Charging cradle
11 11 1 Rechargeable batterypack 1 User guide UK Keep the packing materials in a safe place in case you later need to transport the device. 4 ENTER TEXT When you add a contact to the phonebook or write an SMS you have to use the numeric keys to enter text. To select the input mode you press the #-key during the entering of the text. You can select following input mode: ABC,abc and 123. ABC/abc input : press the numeric keys 2 to 9 to enter the letters. Each key has 3 or 4 characters. You need to press the key 1 time for first character, twice for second character and so on. For example to enter: Tom: press 8 key 1 time, 6 key 3 times, 6 key 1 time. ABC: to use capital letters and abc to use small letters Use the * key to select symbols and 0 key for space. Select 123 input mode to enter only numbers. To delete a charater: Press the right softkey one time or press and hold right softkey to delete all characters. To move the cursor left or right: Press the up /down key.
12 12 5 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PHONE 5.1 Keys and parts (see P1) # Meaning 1 SOS Key 2 Left Soft Key M1. Press and hold to activate SOS call. 3 4 Right Soft Key Up and Down Key 5 Talk key 6 End key M2. Menu Press UP to enter the menu. Press DOWN to open the phonebook Increase or decrease the volume. Dials a phone number and answers a call. In idle: press to show the most recently dialed numbers. Ends or rejects a call; Long press it to power on or off the phone. In menu: press it to exit to the idle screen.
13 13 7 Number key 8 * Key 9 # Key In idle: press to input telephone number. In idle: long press 2-9 for speed dial number. In edit mode: press to input numbers or letters. In idle: press to input * / + / P / W. In idle: long press to turn on/off FM. In edit mode: press to input symbols. In idle: press to input #. In idle: long press to switch the user profiles. In edit mode: press to change input method. 10 Lock Key Slide to locks / unlock the keypad. UK 11 Torch Key Slide it to switch on or off torch LED.
14 Display icons and symbols The display ICONS give you information on the current status of the telephone. Meaning Signal Indicator: more bars indicates stronger network signal. Alarm clock on. Battery level indicator. Keypad lock on. Headset mode on. Missed call(s). Ring mode. Ringing.
15 15 Vibration only. UK Vibration first, then ring. Vibration and ring. 6 GETTING STARTED 6.1 Install SIM Card and Battery Note: Keep all SIM cards out of the reach of small children. Please do not touch the metal area to avoid losing and breaking the information on the SIM card. Do not put the SIM near magnetic areas Remove battery Long press the End Key to power off if your phone is powered on. Remove the back cover. Face the backside of the phone, take out the battery just by lifting it up at the bottom side.
16 Install SIM card When the phone is powered off and battery is removed. Slide the SIM card gently into the SIM card holder from the topside with the cut corner of the SIM top left and push it down until it is fixed Installing the battery Insert the top of the battery by aligning the gold contacts in the battery compartment with the battery contacts of the battery. Press down the bottom side of the battery into the battery compartment. 6.2 Charging Only use the original charger for this phone. You can charge using the travel charger or desktop cradle charger. Plug the charger jack into the phone at the bottom. OR Plug the charger jack into the desktop cradle, put the phone on the cradle. When charging starts, the stripe of battery level at the right corner of the screen starts to roll and right red indicator light will be on. The battery is fully charged when the stripe of battery are full and not moving and left blue LED light will be on.
17 Power on/off Long press End Key to power on. Long press End Key again to power off. UK 7 USING YOUR PHONE 7.1 Make a call In idle, enter the complete telephone number and then press Talk Key. Note: Press CLEAR to delete some digits or press End key to return to standby. To make a call from the Phone Book, press down key to open the phone book. Scroll to the desired name or enter the first letters of the name and scroll to the desired name,if there is more then 1 entry starting with this letter. To call the number, press Talk Key. 7.2 Answer or reject a call Answer a call When your phone is ringing press the Talk Key to answer the call.
18 Reject a call When your phone is ringing press the End Key to reject a call. 7.3 End a call During a call press End Key to end the call. 8 SOS FUNCTION In case of emergency the user can press and hold the SOS key on the back of the phone for min. 2 seconds to activate the SOS function The phone will call the preset SOS numbers (max. 5 contacts) one by one until a number is connected. Then the phone turns to handsfree mode automatically. The phone will also send a preset SOS SMS to the preset numbers when the SOS key is pressed if this function is activated. To program the SOS function: Press the Up key to open the menu Scroll to SETTINGS and press left softkey Scroll to PHONE SETTINGS and press OK Select ONE KEY HELP and press OK You have following options: Settings: ON or OFF by pressing the Left soft Key to switch between on/off.
19 19 Warning Tone: pressing the Left soft Key to switch between ON or OFF. Call Wait: You can select 1 Second/3 Seconds/5 Seconds/10 Seconds and press the Left soft Key to save your selection. This is the alarm duration period before dialling the SOS numbers SOS NumBER: You can program 5 SOS numbers. SOS SMS: On or Off by pressing the Left soft Key to switch between ON /OFF. SOS ConteNt: You can set the SMS s content. Press the Left soft Key OPTIONS to edit the content. When done select Options - DONE UK 9 DIRECT MEMORIES The telephone has 2 direct memories M1 and M2. You can program under each key a telephone number. To dial the number, press and hold the M1 or M2 key Enter or edit the direct memory Go to SETTINGS / FAVORITESETTING. Select the memory you want to edit or enter and press OK then enter the phone number. To store press OPTIONS - OK. Confirm to save with YES or NO.
20 Delete To delete the direct memories you need to follow the above steps to edit and then erase the telephone number. Then confirm to save. 10 PHONEBOOK You may save the contacts in the phone or on the SIM card View To open the phonebook press the Down key. Use the Up/ Down key to scroll the phonebook list. An icon in front of the contact will indicate if it is stored on SIM card or in the phone memory Add a new contact Direct input In idle, input a telephone number, then press Left Soft Key to select SAVE Select OPTIONS and then OK Enter the name of the contact. Select OPTIONS then OK to store the contact. Select BACK to return to idle or press End key Note: You can change the input methode by pressing the #-key to select capital letters, small letter or press * to insert symbols.
21 Via the menu Press the Up key to open the menu and select PHONEBOOK Select ADD NEW CONTACT Select OPTIONS - EDIT and enter the name for the phonebook contact. Select OPTIONS - DONE Press the Down key and enter the telephone number. Select OPTIONS -SAVE to store the phonebook contact UK From call history Open the call History by pressing the Talk key Select a number and select OPTIONS - SAVE Select OPTIONS - EDIT and enter a name Select OPTIONS - DONE Then press the Down key. Now you can edit the number and/or select OPTIONS - SAVE to store the phonebook contact Delete all In the PHONEBOOK menu select DELETE ALL to erase all contacts on SIM or Phone Copy all You can copy all contacts from phone to SIM card or from SIM card to phone. In the PHONEBOOK menu select COPY ALL and choose from SIM to phone or Phone to SIM memory.
22 Preferred storage In the PHONEBOOK menu select PREFERRED STORAGE to choose SIM card or Phone memory to store new contacts. 11 SMS MESSAGES Your phone can send and receive SMS messages. Messages are saved in phone or SIM card. If one of them is full the messages will be saved in the other memory. When both are full the message icon will blink continuously. Please delete some messages, otherwise no new message will be received Write message In idle, press up Key and select Messages. Press Left softkey and select Write Message Enter your message by using the numeric keypad. You can press the left soft key to display the options: Send, Save, Writing language. Send: You can select 1 or more contacts or enter a telephone number and then select OPTIONS -SEND. Save: To save the message in the outbox WRITING LANGUAGE: set the language to use special symbols Inbox All received messages are saved in the inbox, you can read, edit or forward messages.
23 23 Select Messages - Inbox then use UP or down key to select a message. Press left soft key for OPTIONS Outbox The Outbox folder is a temporary storage place for messages that are waiting to be sent. Select MESSAGES - OUTBOX then use up or down key to select a message. Press left soft key for OPTIONS 11.4 Settings When using the message function the phone needs some settings. These settings are automatically done via info on your SIM card if not you can enter them manually. Please check with your mobile operator Profile setting Please contact your network provider to get the SC Address Common settings DELIVERY REPORT: Turn On/Off the Delivery Report. If you set it On, when the recipient receives your short message or if the short message is not received for some reason, you will get a status report so that you can see whether the message has been delivered. If you turn OFF, there is no report prompt. Note: The network operator must support this function for it to be available. UK
24 24 Save sent message: when activated then sent message will be saved Memory status To check the status of the used and unused memories Voice mail Here you can use the services provided by your network operator. Your mobile phone supports Services functions. This service is provided by your network operator. If your SIM card and network operator do not provide this service, then you will not be able to use this function. For more information please contact your network operator. Note: This menu will have different items depending on the SIM card Broadcast message Broadcast messages refer to public messages sent by your network operator. If you use the broadcast message service you can receive messages on all different subjects from your network operator. Please contact your network operator for available subjects. Note: The network operators must support the Broadcast Message function for it to be available.
25 25 12 Remote Setup function The telephone can be configured via remote SMS for the setting of: Favorite numbers, SOS numbers, Phonebook and alarm. This allows the children to setup the phone for their parents or visa versa. Note: The user who sends the SMS must be in SOS number memory otherwise the phone will not accept the remote setup SMS. UK 12.1 Set direct memories SMS: AT+M1:num or AT+M2:num Example: AT+M1: to set M1 as number Set SOS number SMS: AT+S:name:num Example: AT+S:Jack: to enter Jack number into the SOS list. You can save 5 SOS Numbers, when the limit is reached, the last number will be deleted Set alarm SMS: AT+A:hh:mm Example: AT+A:19:23: The alarm is 19:23. Time Format must be 24-hour.
26 26 Notes: Name: The character s limit is 30, when the limit is reached, you can not set. Number: The number s limit is 40, it can not be empty. 13 organizer Press up key to open the Menu and select Multimedia, for Alarm, Calculator, FM radio, Audio Player and File manager Alarm In alarm menu: You can set On or Off, SET Time, Repeat, snooze and AlARM ToNE Calculator Press Up and Down Key: To enter +, -,, /. Press #- Key for decimal point. Left soft Key: To enter =. Right Soft Key: To clear the input character one by one FM Radio You can activate the FM radio you can use the menu: organizer - fm radio or in idle long press * key. Press the * or # to tune the radio stations. Press the Up or Down key to adjust the volume. Press the Right Soft Key back to switch off. Press the Left Key for OPTIONS:
27 27 Frequency: You can input the frequency of the radio station. Channel List: You can edit Channel Name and Frequency. Volume: You can set FM volume. Preset Auto Search: To start automatic tuning the radio station and save them. Loudspeaker: You can set loudspeaker on/off. Background play: when activated you can leave FM menu and radio will keep playing. Exit: To switch off radio player 13.4 Audio player Your phone includes a Music player for listening to music stored on the memory card. You can listen to music files with a compatible headset or using the phone s loudspeaker. You can make or answer a call while using the music player. During a call, the music playback is paused. Note: Because of the small dimension of the speaker, in some cases the audio could be distorted, especially at maximum volume and when there are lots of bass sounds. We recommend you use the stereo headset in order to appreciate the high quality of your music. The Music Player supports MP3 and MIDI formats. UK
28 File manager Insert a memory card: Micro SD up to 8 Gb, open the file manager in the menu: ORGANIZER - FILEMANAGER. Select OptionS in the File manager menu, you can choose Open, New Folder, Format & details. 14 PROFILES 14.1 Activate In idle, press Up key and select PROFILES. Press Left softkey to display the menu: General, Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor, Headset Press Left option key and select ACTIVATE. The Headset mode can only be activated when there is a headset plug into the device Customize In the idle, press Up key and select PROFILES. Press Left softkey to display the menu. Press Left option key and select customize to set: Incoming call: you can change the ring tone. Alert Type: You can set Ring, Vib. Only, Vib.and Ring, Vib. Then Ring, Silent. Ring Volume: To set ring volume. Ring Type: You can select Single, Repeat or Ascending. Message tone: you can set message tone here.
29 29 Keypad tone: you can set keypad tone here. Keynote volume: you can set key tone volume here. UK 15 SETTINGS In the idle, press Up key and select SETTINGS. Press Left softkey to enter the settings menu Date and time Set date and time Format Time format: By pressing * or #, you can switch between 24hr/12hr Date format: By pressing * or #, you can switch between DD/MM/YYYY; MM/DD/YYYY and YYYY/MM/DD Time zone update You can select OFF or ON: When ON the time will change automatically based on the mobile network time 15.2 Display LCD backlight You can select between 5/15/30 and 45 sec Brightness By pressing up and down key, you can change between 1~5.
30 Phone settings Language Here you can select language of the display menu Call settings Caller ID You can select Set By Network, Hide Id or Send Id SET BY NETWORK: Your telephone number is send depending on the mobil operator network settings. HIDE ID: No outgoing number is send (private call) SEND ID: Your telephone number is send out with each call Call waiting (Network service) To set the network to notify you of a new incoming call while you have a call in progress. ActivatE: Request the network to activate call waiting. Deactivate: To request the network to deactivate call waiting. Query Status: To check whether the function is active or not Call divert You can have your calls re-routed in the network for: Divert All Voice Calls, Divert If Unreachable, Divert If No Answer, Divert If Busy, Divert All Data Calls or Cancel All Divert.
31 Call barring Call barring (network service) allows you to restrict the calls that you make and receive with your phone. You can set Outgoing Calls, Incoming Calls, Cancel All or Change Barring PW. To change the settings, you need the barring password from your service provider. UK Call time reminder You can switch on or off the call timer Security settings SIM security SIM Lock: On: To activate the PIN, the phone request the code each time the phone is switched on. Off: To switch off the PIN. If you input the wrong PIN code 3 times the phone will request to input the PUK code. The PUK code is delivered with your SIM card. If the PUK code is not provided, please contact your network operator. Fixed dial: you can change mode on/off and set fixed dial list here. Change Password: Here you can change the SIM PIN Code.
32 Phone security Phone lock On: Select On, the phone will request the password each time the phone is switched on. Off: Select Off, the phone will not request the password each time the phone is switched on. When settings On or Off, you need to enter password. The factory setting for the lock code is 1122 Change password You can change password here. The default code is Restore factory settings. To restore the phone back to the default setting. 16 GUARANTEE AND SERVICE The phone is guaranteed for 24 months from the date of purchase shown on your sales receipt. This guarantee does not cover any faults or defects caused by accidents, misuse, fair wear and tear, neglect, lightning, tampering with the equipment, or any attempt at adjustment or repair other than through approved agents. Please keep your sales (till) receipt this is your proof of guarantee.
33 While the unit is under Guarantee Pack up all parts of your phone system, using the original package. Return the unit to the shop where you bought it, making sure you take your sales receipt. Remember to include the mains adapter After the Guarantee has expired If the unit is no longer under Guarantee, contact us via UK 17 TECHNICAL DETAILS Network GSM 900/1800 Dimension Battery Standby time 110*52*14mm 1200mAh min. 200hours* Talk time min. 5 hours* *Variation in operation times may occur depending on SIM card, network, and usage settings, usage style and environments.
34 34 18 CE DECLARATION This product is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the R&TTE directive 1999/5/ EC. The Declaration of conformity can be found on: 19 DISPOSAL OF THE DEVICE (ENVIRONMENT) At the end of the product lifecycle, you should not throw this product into the normal household garbage but bring the product to a collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. The symbol on the product, user guide and/or box indicate this. Some of the product materials can be re-used if you bring them to a recycling point. By reusing some parts or raw materials from used products you make an important contribution to the protection of the environment. Please contact your local authorities in case you need more information on the collection points in your area. Batteries must be removed before disposing of the device. Dispose of the batteries in an environmental manner according to your country regulations.
35 35 20 CLEANING AND CARE Do not clean any part of your phone with benzene, thinners or other solvent chemicals as this may cause permanent damage which is not covered by the Guarantee. When necessary, clean it with a damp cloth. Keep your phone system away from hot, humid conditions or strong sunlight, and don t let it get wet. UK 21 FAQ TROUBLE The phone cannot be switched on. Battery can not be charged POSSIBLE REASONS 1. Is there any power in the battery? Please charge battery! 2. Is the battery installed properly? Remove and replace the battery 1. Check if the charger is connected with the phone correctly. 2. Is the battery usable? The performance of the battery will be reduced after used for several years. 3. Is the battery completely discharged? The phone needs to be connected to the charger for a while before it can be charged.