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|Tshober||10:14pm on Tuesday, September 21st, 2010|
|This was my first phone. I had just getting my first payment and a big amount of it was to this one. Now. Is still a classic phone.|
|siraj.s||9:15am on Monday, March 22nd, 2010|
|this was my first phone that had polyphonic ringtones and back then i was outstanded with the features. I know this is an old phone now but I still use it as my daily mobile.|
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Sony CMD-J5 WAP settings
1. Press the Jog Dial in to enter the Menu. 2. Rotate the Jog Dial until WAP is displayed on the screen. Then press the Jog Dial in. 3. Rotate the Jog Dial until Settings is highlighted. Then press the Jog Dial in three times. 4. Security Code will be displayed on the screen. Enter 0000 and press the Jog Dial in. 5. You will have the number of settings which should be entered as follows: Name Azercell Home Page http://wap.azercell.com Server Type WAP Bearer Service Data Provider: Dial-up number 7575111 ISP User Name wapuser ISP password wap2000 Data Call Type - Analogue GW Server 220.127.116.11 (remember do not enter first zeros in IP groups) Security off 6. There will be 3 more settings left (Service Center, Proxy and Details). Do not enter anything for them and keep rotating the Jog Dial until <. is highlighted. Then press the Jog Dial in. Rotate the Jog Dial until Set Home is highlighted and press the Jog Dial in. 7. Press the Jog Dial in and hold it until you are in standby mode. 8. In order to WAP press the Centre Key in standby mode and go for Home. Thank you for using WAPCELL !!
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SIM Card Inserting Removing Single Beep SMS (Messaging) Create Delete Edit Forward Memory class Message Format Read Reply Reply Cost Result Report Service Centre Validity period Speaker Volume Adjusting
T9 Text Entry 6, 58
My CMD-J5/J6 Information
For easy reference, please record the following identification numbers for your phone and SIM Card. This information will assist you in customer inquiries to your retail dealer, manufacturer or Network Operator/Service Provider. In case of loss or theft of your phone and/or SIM Card, call your Network Operator/Service Provider immediately to prevent misuse.
Operation Rotate Press (Click) Press and Hold Function Scrolls through menu options. Opens Phonebook in Standby Mode Opens Menu in Standby Mode. Selects an option (highlighted) in the display. Dials the Phone Number selected.
Vibra Alert Voicemail
Wallpaper WAP Browser
My Mobile Phone Number:
Operator Customer Service Number:
My SIM Card Number: (Printed on your SIM Card)
Quick Keys / Side Switch
Voice Mail Key Missed Calls Side Switch
During standby mode, slide up to switch between: Silent mode , Single beep , Vibra Alert. Slide side switch down to lock/unlock the keypad. During a phone call, slide up to turn the loudspeaker on/off. During a incoming call, slide switch up to stop the ringer. During a game, slide switch up to stop/start the background melody.
My Phone's ID Number (IMEI): (Printed on the label underneath the battery pack)
Made from chlorine-free, recycled paper Sony Corporation www.sony-europe.com/J5 www.sony-europe.com/J6
2001 Sony Corporation
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Home Favourites Settings
Do not use your phone in an aircraft, hospitals or petrol stations. Note that in some countries using a cellular phone without a hands-free kit while driving is not allowed. Do not expose your phone to extreme conditions such as high humidity/ rain, high temperatures, direct sunlight, caustic/harsh chemicals or dust. Do not allow children to play with your phone. Take special care in the disposal of your battery, using a special facility where available. Do not puncture, burn, or short circuit your battery. Limit the distance between the mains socket and the phone when charging for easy accessibility. Consult your physician or the manufacturer of personal medical devices (pacemakers, hearing aids. etc.) regarding any restrictions on the use of a mobile telephone. Use only Sony-approved CMD-J5/J6 batteries and accessories with your phone. Do not put your mobile phone in a microwave oven; this may cause damage either to the oven or the phone. Warning Unauthorised batteries, chargers, and accessories will invalidate any approvals and warranty given for your phone and may be dangerous. For use in the car, please connect your GSM mobile phone to an external antenna. The external antenna can be connected to your mobile phone via the appropriate accessory, e.g. Hands-free Kit. Please contact your car manufacturer concerning the appropriate position of the external antenna on your car.
Any Key Answer Auto Answer Auto Redial 44 38
Factory Reset 38
Phonebook Creating Entries FDN Phonebook Grouping Making Calls Note Own Number Saving Entries Search Service Dialling Numbers PIN 13, PIN2 Preferences Preferred List 6
Read Create Settings Local Area Info
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Clock Calculator Games E-Mail
Backlight Battery Pack Charging Inserting 41 19, 18
Games 9, 51 Greeting Message 37
Ringer Set Sound
Outgoing Calls Incoming Calls Missed Calls Delete All
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Calculator Call Cost Call History Call Hold Call Time Call Waiting Caller ID Centre Key Ciphering Clock Alarm Set Timer Connection Jog Dial
Preferences Security Call Data Call Settings
All Calls If Not Reachable If No Reply If Busy All Fax All Data Cancel All
Phonebook Menu Voice Mail Search
Key Click Keypad Locked
From Standby Mode 1 Dial the complete number you want to call (including area code). 2 Press and hold the Jog Dial (or ) to call the number displayed. From the Phonebook 1 Rotate the Jog Dial in standby mode to open the Phonebook. 2 Rotate the Jog Dial to select a name. 3 Press and hold the Jog Dial (or ) to call the number.
Basic Features of Your Phone
The Jog Dial The Jog Dial provides fast and easy menu navigation with only one hand. Operation Rotate Function Scrolls through menu options. Opens Phonebook in Standby Mode. Opens Menu in Standby Mode. Selects an option (highlighted) in the display. Dials the Phone Number selected.
Press and Hold
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The Centre Key Press the Centre Key in standby mode to access the WAP mode if WAP settings are configured. During a call, press the Centre Key to access the Call Menu. Press and hold the Centre Key to access network-specific functions (SIM Application Toolkit). (This feature is dependant on your network operator and may not be supported by some networks. Contact your Network Operator/ Service Provider for details.) The Voicemail Key Press and hold to access your Voicemail (see also page 27). The Side Switch The Side Switch offers easy control of manner mode, keypad lock and loudspeaker. Manner Mode In standby mode, slide the switch up to activate/deactivate the manner modes. Afterwards, it is possible to switch among the manner mode functions. All manner mode icons appear in the display; rotate the Jog Dial to select one: Silent Mode : turns the ringer and all tones to silent mode. Ringer to Single beep : ringer is restricted to a discrete single beep. Vibra Alert : Vibra Alert without the ringer. For your convenience, sliding the side switch up in standby mode will toggle between the two last settings. During an incoming call, stop the ringer by sliding the side switch up. During a game, stop/start the background sound by sliding the side switch up.
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Keypad Lock In standby mode, slide the switch down to lock/unlock your keypad (including Jog Dial). It is still possible to make emergency calls (112) as well as answer/reject an incoming call (by pressing / ) when the keypad is locked. After the call ends, the keypad will lock again automatically. Loudspeaker During a call, turn the loudspeaker on by sliding the switch up once. Turn the loudspeaker off by sliding the switch up again.
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Icon Glossary Icon Explanation Network not available Network signal strength (strong) Battery strength SMS (Envelope Icon) Voicemail Keypad locked Alarm Silent Mode Vibra Alert Single Beep Ringer off Missed calls Incoming call barring Outgoing call barring Incoming + Outgoing call barring Conditional Divert Unconditional Divert Active call Call hold Mute Microphone Headset connected active call Handsfree kit connected (auto answer on) Loudspeaker on Conversation Privacy (ciphering) not supported Additional menu available (press Centre Key to display)
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Menu Overview Press the Jog Dial from standby mode to access the main menu:
) to call the number
Select save and press the Jog Dial to save the number to the Phonebook.
If the Auto Redial option is on (see page 44) and the number you have called is engaged, your phone automatically displays the Auto Redial option.
Choosing a Phonebook entry
Rotate the Jog Dial in standby mode to open the Phonebook. Use the Jog Dial to display the ABC sort list. (If there are several numbers stored for one person's name, select one of them) Press and hold the Jog Dial (or press displayed. ) to call the number
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To search the Phonebook, press an alphanumeric key on the keypad to advance to that letter in the Phonebook. (E.g. to advance to entries beginning with M, press ).
Press the Jog Dial (or
If you do not wish to answer the call, press while the phone is ringing. The call will then be rejected (the caller will hear a busy tone or will be diverted if a divert has been set). If a call is not answered, appears on the top line of the display. Press in standby mode or select the Call History from the Main Menu for information about the missed call. Press to remove the icon.
) to accept an incoming call.
to end a phone call.
In very rare cases, ciphering does not work in some networks, meaning that third parties can listen to your phone call. In this case, appears on the display.
When the Headset is connected to your phone, answer a call by pressing the Headset button (beep). Press and hold the Headset button to end the call (2x beep). Connect/disconnect the headset only when the phone is switched off or in stand-by mode (operators name appears on the display).
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During a call
Adjusting the Ringer/Speaker Volume During an incoming call, rotate the Jog Dial to adjust the ringer volume. During a call, rotate the Jog Dial to adjust the speaker volume. (Rotate up = increase volume / Rotate down = decrease volume) During an incoming call, stop the ringer by sliding the side switch up.
Use your phone as a Notepad by entering a phone number during a call. Enter a number and press the Centre Key. When ending the call, the number entered will reappear on the display. Use the Jog Dial to save the number in the Phonebook or to call the number. When sending DTMF tones, press and hold end the call. then press again to
Call Menu Press the Centre Key during a call for the following options:
Call Hold Use Call Hold to manage two calls at the same time. Check with your Network Operator/Service Provider for details about this service. One active call
Press the Centre Key and select Call Hold. Press the Jog Dial to confirm. Press the Jog Dial again to access the Phonebook to retrieve a number (or use the keypad to enter a number). Press and hold the Jog Dial or to make a call.
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By pressing or using the Notepad to make a second call, you can put a call on hold automatically.
End All Calls Choose End all Calls or press
to end multiple calls.
Send DTMF Choose this option for sending DTMF tones, e.g. when using Voicemail or other services. Mic Off/Mic On Choose the Mic Off/Mic On option to mute and unmute the microphone. Loudspeaker Turn the loudspeaker on/off. For best results when using the loudspeaker, place the phone on a flat surface approx. 0.5 m distance from you. Main Menu Return to the Main Menu.
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One active call (and/or one call on hold) and one call waiting When your phone alerts you (beep) that a call is waiting, there are several options available:
The display automatically offers you call waiting options. Select Swap to put the active call on hold and connect the waiting call (in case of one active call and one waiting call) or select Busy to indicate to the calling party that your line is engaged.
or select Replace to end the active call and retrieve the call waiting. When the Headset is connected to your phone, answer a waiting call by pressing the Headset button (beep). In case of one active call and one call on hold, alternate between the active call and the call on hold by pressing the Headset button (beep).
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You have the possibility to enter characters: Standard Text Entry using the keypad, Standard Text Entry using the Jog Dial, and Text Entry using the T9 fast text entry method.
Standard Text Entry
Using the keypad: Press the corresponding alphanumeric key multiple times until the desired character appears. Using the Jog Dial: Press a key once and then rotate the Jog Dial until the desired character appears. Press the Jog Dial or wait for a moment to confirm.
Example: To enter s when creating a message:
Proceed as in Create (see page 31), then Press. A character or number appears.
Rotate the Jog Dial to s. Press the Jog Dial (or wait) to confirm.
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Press to shift among: lower case letters permanently upper case letter and then revert back to lower case upper case letters permanently numbers Press to clear the character or number just before the cursor. To clear the entire text, press and hold.
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T9 Text Entry
Sample entry with T9 Text Entry:
Proceed as in Create (see page 31), then In step 3, press and hold to switch to T9 mode if not appear (or press the Centre Key and select T9). Press to shift to. does
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Rotate the Jog Dial in standby mode to open the Phonebook. Select Phonebook Menu and press the Jog Dial. Select New Entry and press the Jog Dial. Select SIM Card to save the entry to the SIM card memory or Phone to save to the phone memory. Rotate the Jog Dial to select the Number Type Icon and press the Jog Dial. Enter the phone number. Press Jog Dial to confirm Enter a new name. Press the Jog Dial to confirm.
When saving the Phonebook entries to the SIM card, the number of memory spaces depends on your SIM card. When saving the Phonebook entries to the Phone memory, you can make up to 500 entries (up to 20 characters for each name and up to 40 digits for each number.) To assign a group, select an entry from the Phonebook and select No Group. Use the Jog Dial to scroll and then select a group.
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Service Numbers This section of the Phonebook may contain Service Dialling Numbers (SIM card dependant). Service Dialling Numbers cannot be edited. FDN Phonebook This section may contain Fixed Dialling Numbers (SIM card dependant). To add an entry to the Fixed numbers rotate the Jog Dial down to New Entry in the FDN Phonebook and proceed as in Creating Entries in the Phonebook. You can call, edit, delete and copy the FDN Phonebook (see Editing the Phonebook). You need the PIN2 code to edit, delete and copy.
The FDN Phonebook and Service Numbers are SIM card dependant. The Service Numbers cannot be modified. Contact your Network Operator/Service Provider for details.
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Press and hold for quick access to your Voicemail. Contact your Network Operator for details. Set up your Voicemail
Rotate the Jog Dial in standby mode to open the Phonebook. Rotate the Jog Dial to select Voicemail and press the Jog Dial. Enter the number at the prompt. Press the Jog Dial to confirm your entry.
After you have set up your Voice Mail, any editing of the number can be made via the Phonebook (see also Editing the Phonebook). The Voicemail icon ( ) or the envelope icon (depending on the network) appears in the display to inform you when you have received new voice messages. Contact your Network Operator/ Service Provider for details.
Settings Settings allows you to customise outgoing messages including the format, confirmation report, etc. Contact your Network Operator/ Service Provider for details. Select Settings from the Messages menu, then select a Settings option using the Jog Dial.
Memory Class You have the following options: SIM to save the message on the recipient's SIM card. Phone to save the message in the recipient's phone. Screen to display the message directly on the recipient's display (without saving to the SIM or to the phone). It is not recommended to send confidential messages using the Screen option. Validity Period Specify how long messages are stored in the service center by selecting: 1 hour, 6 hours, 24 hours, 1 week, 4 weeks. The default validity period is 1 Week. Reply Cost Select On if you would like to pay for the recipient to respond to your message.
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Result Report Select On if you would like to receive confirmation that your messages are transmitted to the recipient successfully. Message Format Specify how your message is transmitted: SMS, e-mail, Fax, Telex, Voice (if available). The default setting is SMS. Service Centre Before you can send short messages, register your Service Centre number via the Service Centre option in the Messaging menu.
Local Area Info Receive Cell broadcast messages or general messages like weather reports, traffic reports, etc. broadcast to a group of phones in a certain area. Some of these options may be network dependant. Contact your Network Operator/Service Provider for details.
Select Local Area Info from the Messaging menu. Select one of the following options: Received to view cell broadcoast messages. Select Channel to add or delete a broadcast channel. Receive? to choose whether or not to receive Cell broadcast messages. Tone to enable/disable a tone to indicate that you have received a cell broadcast message. Press the Jog Dial to confirm your selection.
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Choose Sounds to access any sound-related option in your CMD-J5/J6, for example ringer melodies, ringer volume, enable/ disable sounds, and record your own ringer melodies or other sounds. Ringer
Ringer Volume Choose from four ringer volume levels or turn the ringer off. Important
appears in standby mode to remind you when the ringer is turned off. Quickly turn the ringer on/off, or to single beep by using the side switch (see page 6). Adjust the ringer volume during an incoming call (while ringing) by rotating the Jog Dial.
Ringer Type Select from among different ringer melodies. Group Ringer Assign a ringer sound to the different groups saved in your Phonebook. It is not possible to assign a ringer melody to a single name/number. My Ringers It is possible to record own ringer sounds using the phone's microphone. Choose the respective Icons to Record ( ), Stop ( ), Play ( ), Save ( ) or Delete ( ) a ringer melody.
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Set Sound Select Sounds from the main menu and choose Set Sound to access the following sound options:
Event Sounds Assign a sound to be heard at the following actions of your CMD-J5/J6: Receive SMS, Alarm, Scheduler Alarm, Power Up and Power Down. It is possible to record sounds using the phone's microphone. Key Click Choose Key Click to turn the key click sound on/off. Select DTMF to turn the DTMF tones on/off. DTMF tones are designed to respond to menu prompts when pressing a key. Choose Silent to turn off the Key click sound on/off. Error Tone Select Error Tone to assign a sound to the error tone. Choose from a default error tone or recorded sounds (only if you have sounds stored under My Sounds). My Sounds Select My Sounds to record own sounds using the phone's microphone. Choose the respective icons to Record ( ), Stop ( Play ( ), Save ( ) or Delete ( ) a sound.
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Preferences Choose Preferences to personalise your phone according to your preferences, e.g. which language, backlight on/off, etc. When you receive your phone, it has the following default settings: Item Language Greeting Wallpaper Backlight LCD Contrast Select Network Preferred List Memory Info Factory Reset
Default SIM Off
On 0 Auto SIM dependent
default language depends on language of the Network Operator. default wallpaper depends on Network Operator/Service Provider.
Language Select Language from the Preferences Menu and then use the Jog Dial to select the appropriate language. Notes Important
As a short cut, you can also select the language by pressing *#00(country code)#. Select your default language by pressing *#0000#.
Greeting The Greeting menu allows you to turn on/off or to edit the greeting message which appears when you turn your phone on.
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Wallpaper Select pictures as a wallpaper to appear on the display in standby mode. Backlight Choose Backlight to turn the illumination of the keypad and display on/off. Switch the Backlight off and your phone's battery charge will last longer. LCD Contrast To adjust the contrast of your display. Select Network This feature gives you the option to select a network automatically when you turn on your phone, or manually from a list of available networks. Preferred List Choose Preferred List to edit the automatic network selection priority list. This feature is helpful e.g. to prioritise roaming partners.
Add Network to add a network operator to the list. Move to adjust the order in which the names appear in the list. Delete to remove a network operator from the list.
Memory Info To display how much memory is available for SIM, Phone and the Note area. Factory Reset To perform a master reset of all of your phone's settings back to the factory settings except Phonebook, Schedule and Network/SIM card based settings. This will automatically restart your phone.
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Security The Security options allow you to control who uses your phone as well as their calling privileges. However, emergency calls (SOS) are always possible regardless of the restrictions/codes you set.
PIN Code Select PIN code to enable/disable or change the PIN code. When the PIN code is enabled, your phone prompts you to enter the PIN code each time you turn on the phone. You can change your PIN code to any 4-8 digit number. Your PIN code can only be changed if the PIN control is switched on. Important
After entering the PIN code incorrectly three times, your PIN is blocked. Enter the PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) to unblock your PIN. After entering the PUK code incorrectly ten times, your SIM card is completely blocked and can only be unblocked by your Network Operator/ Service Provider. For more details contact your Network Operator /Service Provider. If the PIN code is disabled, the risk of unauthorised use of your phone is greater. The disabling of the PIN control is SIM card dependant. Contact your Network Operator/Service Provider for details.
PIN2 Code PIN2 is a code provided by your Network Operator/Service Provider and is required for access to some features such as FDN Phonebook or Call Cost. These features are not supported by all networks. Contact your Network Operator/Service Provider for details.
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Call Barring Limit calls made from your phone which can be useful e.g. if you lend your phone to someone else but to not want them to make international calls. The restrictions in the Call Barring menu require the barring password. Contact your Network Operator/Service Provider for details.
All Outgoing Restrict all outgoing calls except emergency calls (112, etc.). International Restrict all international calls. Int. Ex. Home Restrict all outgoing international calls except those to your home country. All Incoming Restrict all incoming calls. If Abroad Restrict all incoming calls when you are outside of coverage from your registered Network Operator (e.g. when abroad). Cancel All Cancel all settings of the call barring service.
Barring PWD Some of the restrictions in the Security menu are controlled in the network e.g. Call Barring. Your Network Operator/Service Provider provides a (Network) password if you register for one or more of these network call restrictions (Call Barring).
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Changing the Barring Password Select Barring PWD from the Security menu. Use the keypad to enter the old password and then enter your new password (4-8 digits). Enter the new password again and press the Jog Dial. Notes Important
If the message Invalid appears, the old password you entered was incorrect. If you have difficulties, contact your Network Operator/Service Provider.
Security Code The Security Code allows you to set a password to control access to your browser and E-mail. The default Security Code is: 0000.
Call Data Track or control how long you are on the phone and the cost of calls made. So that Call costs can be used as a security measure e.g. when you lend your phone to someone, you must use your PIN2 as a security code when you set or change options. Contact your Network Operator/Service Provider for details.
Call Time Check the length of your last call and total calls (incoming and outgoing). Rotate the Jog Dial to select which call time you want to check. Call Cost Check the cost of your last call, total calls and remaining credit. Rotate the Jog Dial to select the cost you want to check. Reset Call Time Use the Jog Dial to reset the Call time.
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Call Cost Setting Call Cost Setting offers a choice of three options:
Charge Rate Select Charge Rate to set the currency and price per unit which will be used to calculate the call cost. Enter your PIN2 code at the prompt. Enter a currency and the price per unit (to enter a decimal point, press or ). Charge Limit Select Charge Limit to set a unit figure at which your phone will not allow any more calls to be made. (If Unit in the Charge Rate menu (see above) was selected, enter the Unit value. In case of Currency, enter the Currency value. Then enter your PIN2 code at the prompt, then set the charge limit. Reset Call Cost Select Reset Call Cost, enter your PIN2 code and then reset the call cost.
In order to be able to make phone calls again, reset the Call Cost counter or enter a higher Charge Limit.
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Call Settings Some of the following features may not be supported by some network. Contact your Network Operator/Service Operator for details.
Caller ID Choose whether or not you want the party you are calling to see your telephone number. Select Caller ID from the Call Settings menu. Use the Jog Dial to select On, Off or Default (network default). Select Line Some Network Operators offer the possibility to select between two separate phone lines on your SIM card. This is useful e.g. for separating business and private call costs.
To make a line selection in standby mode, press and hold and use the Jog Dial to make your selection. 1 or 2 will appear so that you know which line is active. It is also possible to make the line selection using the Call Settings menu option. Some menu items may not appear in your phone in some networks unless you specifically subscribe for them. The following settings (e.g. Divert, Security, Ringer Tone, Call Waiting and Voicemail) will apply to the currently selected line. Some items such as your own number entry and voicemail entry may not be edited. All calls made will be billed to the currently selected line. The Call Time and Call Cost settings however, will always show the total time or cost of both lines.
Call Waiting If activated, your phone will alert you (beep) that a call is waiting so that you don't miss any calls. Select Call Waiting and use the Jog Dial to select Activate, Cancel or Check Status. Any Key Answer Answer a call by pressing any key on the keypad. Select Any Key Answer and use the Jog Dial to select On or Off.
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1 Minute Beep Turn the 1 Minute Beep on (off) to be (not be) reminded by a beep in 1 minute intervals of the time you are on the phone. Auto Redial Automatic redial of an engaged line until it is no longer busy. Select On/Off to activate/deactivate this function. An incoming call will interrupt the Auto Redial feature. Show Call Time Select On/Off to display/not display the elapsed time of your call. Auto Answer Automatic answer of an incoming call. Only works together with the Handsfree car kit accessory. DTMF Tones DTMF tones are emitted when pressing a key during menu prompts (e.g. during Voicemail, etc.). Select On/Off to activate/deactivate this function. Data Services When connected to the optional Data accessories (also see their user manuals) your phone can send and receive data.
Selecting a Serial Speed Select Serial Speed and use the Jog Dial to select Automatic, or one of the following speeds: 115.2kbps, 57.6kbps, 38.4kbps, 19.2kbps, 9.6kbps. Select Automatic for automatic detection of the serial speed. Enter an AT command, whereafter the phone responds with OK.
World Clock Press the Jog Dial to select a city from the map (or press the Centre Key to list cities) for the following options:
Set Choose Set Set Choose Set
to change the home city. to change the foreign city.
Daylight Saving Select Daylight Saving to switch between summer time and winter time.
Alarm It is possible to set, switch on/off or set the Alarm to ring at the same time every day (Repeat daily). If the phone is switched off, you will not hear the alarm.
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Timer To start and stop the timer at a certain time. When the timer is on, appears in the display in standby mode.
The volume of the alarm/timer is determined by the ringer volume setting. If the ringer volume is off, the alarm/timer will ring at the minimum volume. The alarm/timer will still ring even during a call.
Clock Format Choose from the following clock formats: 24 hours, am/pm, With Date, World Clock. Choose Off to have no date/time displayed in standby mode. Clock Chime Choose from the following Clock Chime options: Beep, 8h-20h, Off. Set Date/Time Use the Jog Dial and keypad to enter the day, month and year (DD/ MM/YY) as well as the time in hours and minutes (HH/MM). Important
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Calculator The Calculator can perform addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (x) and division (). Press to go through the mathematical operations of +, -, x, in that order. Press to clear the entered value and the result.
Select Calculator from the main menu. Enter a number. Press Press to select the operant and then enter another number. to select = for a result.
Currency Converter You can also use the calculator as a currency converter.
Enter a number into the calculator screen. Press the Centre Key. Select the desired currency exchange rate. Press the Jog Dial.
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Currency Converter Settings
Press the Centre Key when the calculator screen is displayed. Select Settings and press the Jog Dial. Select from the following: Home Currency to set the home currency. Foreign Currency to set the foreign currency. After setting the foreign currency, press the Jog Dial to set the Exchange Rate. Currency List to edit the currency name.
Press the Jog Dial to confirm the currency and the display will automatically show the next setting.
Games Try out a game to test your skill with the Jog Dial. Select Games from the Extras menu. During a game, slide the side switch up to stop/start the background sound. Press the End Key to end the game.
Bananas Two monkeys (player vs. phone) are in a fight armed with bananas. You must hit your opponent (see number of lives in upper right-hand of screen) in order to advance to the next stage. Rotate the Jog Dial up (vertical) or down (horizontal) to control the angle of the throw or to dodge the bananas. But do not forget to judge the wind (see wind flag) and the effects of gravity when you aim. Press the Jog Dial to adjust your throwing power. The game is over when all monkeys have been hit.
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Sand Art Test your artistic ability with the Jog Dial as your paintbrush and the CMD-J5/J6, your canvas. Choose one of four sand colours using the keypad (1-4). Use the Jog Dial to control the position of the sand nozzle at the top of the screen (up=right, down=left). Press the Jog Dial to open or close the sand nozzle. Mindblaster The aim of the game is to break the code generated by the CMD-J5/J6. Rotate and then press the Jog Dial to select the level of difficulty. To begin the game, select a number from the item ring using the Jog Dial or using the keypad. Then press the Jog Dial to check your guess:
correct entry in correct place total correct entries including those not in the correct place
PicPuz The goal of the game is to order the puzzle pieces to reproduce the picture you select. Rotate and then press the Jog Dial to select a picture (level of difficulty). Rotate the Jog Dial to select a puzzle piece (selection blinks). Press the Jog Dial to move the selected piece up, down, left or right into the blank space. Press the Centre Key for help while playing the game (puzzle pieces are numbered starting with 1 in the upper left-hand corner).
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E-mail You can send and read E-mail by accessing to your office E-mail server or your Internet service provider on the Internet (POP3 and SMTP are supported). You will need the specific parameters from your internet service provider in order to complete the setup. Contact your service provider or operator directly for complete details for setting information, as some service provider or operators do not provide this service. Be sure to make your settings before you start using E-mail.
A Security Code may be necessary when using your browser or sending E-mail. Use the code that is set as your Security Code. For details see Security Code, page 41 The maximum size of E-mail that can be sent or received is 2 Kbytes, including the header.
Reading E-mail After selecting E-mail from the Extras menu select Read to connect to your server and display a list of incoming mail. Rotate the Jog Dial to highlight the E-mail that you want to read, select it with the Jog Dial to read it. Also, when you press the Jog Dial you can: Next: Read the next E-mail Prev: Read the previous E-mail. Reply: Reply the E-mail by pressing the Jog Dial after selecting the sender. Notes Important
(underline): An event is scheduled for that day.
Enter a new event or a new to do item
Select Scheduler from the main menu and use the Jog Dial to select a day. (To change the month, press the Centre Key.) Use the Jog Dial to select New and then enter a New Event or a New To Do item.
The following options are available if you select an event.
OK Choose OK if the entry is correct to save. View View details of the event. Edit Icon Select from a range of icons to be added to the event entry. Edit Time Edit the Time of the event.
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Alarm Select from the following options: switch the Alarm On/Off, or set it 5 min./1 day before the event time. If the phone is switched off, you will not hear the alarm. Edit Text Use the Jog Dial and the keypad to edit the event text. Delete Delete the event entry.
Daily To Do List The following options are available if you select one of the To Do Items.
View View details of the To Do entry. Select OK if the entry is correct. Complete Select Complete if you have completed the To Do item. The To Do entry is ticked. It is still possible to View, undo complete (= Not complete) and to edit this entry. Edit Text Edit the To Do entry. Delete You have the choice of the following options: Past will permanently delete all past To Do entries (but keep the current entry/entries). All will permanently delete all To Do entries from the past and of today.
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With WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) it is possible to access a variety of information such as news or weather reports from around the world including mobile internet sites. With this phone you can access various HTML or WML internet sites. Choose WAP from the main menu using the Jog Dial or simply press the Centre Key from standby mode once you have completed the WAP setup in Settings. It is necessary to register with a Network Operator/Service Provider to use this telephone as a browser. In some cases registration has already been completed. Check with your Network Operator/Service Provider in advance to confirm whether your subscription allows access to WAP services and whether it is possible to access WAP when roaming.
As a safety measure, a Security Code may be necessary to use your browser. Use the code that is set as your Security Code (see page 41). Internet access is limited to the sites providing HTML or WML content. WAP (the Wireless Application Protocol created for Internet service via mobile phone) is used to access a WML site. You cannot make phone calls while accessing the mobile Internet.
Getting Started In order to use WAP, you will need to make some settings using parameters specified by your Network Operator/Service Provider. For your reference, sample parameters are provided and underlined however you will need the specific parameters from your Network Operator/Service Provider in order to complete the setup. You may be able to obtain the parameters from the web page of your Network Operator/Service Provider.
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