Ericsson T28 Manual
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All incoming calls will be diverted to a defined number. No calls or only certain calls from numbers in a list are received.
Another profile than Normal has been chosen.
Ring signal off indicator Alarm indicator Silent indicator SMS indicator
No sound can be heard when you receive a call. The alarm clock has been set and is on.
All audible signals are turned off, except the alarm and timer. You have received a text message.
Voice mail indicator
You have received a voice message, depending on your subscription. Indicates that voice dialling is set to Start on Flip. Line 1 is in use for outgoing calls if you subscribe to the Two Line Service
Voice label in phone indicator Line 1 indicator Line 2 indicator
Line 2 is in use if you subscribe to the Two Line Service.
Display Information and Key Functions
Ciphering indicator Home zone indicator
Ciphering is currently not being provided by the network. You are in your home zone. Does not appear on all networks.
Note! Each menu has got its own symbol. See Menu Graphics on page 21.
The table below explains the key functions.
Key Use Flip release button
To open the flip and answer incoming calls. (To end a call, close the flip.)
To make calls and answer calls. To voice dial, press and hold the key. To enter the Call List from standby. To choose a menu, sub-menu or setting.
To turn the phone on or off, press and hold the key in standby. To end a call. To reject a call. To go back one level in the menus, to exit a setting or to leave a setting unchanged. To get back to standby mode, press and hold the key. To enter the menu system. To move (scroll) through menus, lists and text.
To erase numbers and letters from the display. To mute the microphone during a call, press and hold down the key. To set the phone silent, press and hold the key from standby. To delete an item from a list.
To enter the digits 0-9. The 0 key enters the international prefix (+) if held down. To call your Voice Mail, press and hold the 1 key. To enter the phone book, press and hold any of the numbers 2-9. To move through menus using shortcuts. To enter letters, for example when writing an SMS. To enter *. To shift between upper- and lower-case letters. To enter #.
Volume key upwards and downwards
To increase or decrease the volume of the earpiece or handsfree loudspeaker during a call. To reject an incoming call, quickly slide the key twice. To voice dial, slide and hold the key when the flip is open To move through the menus. To open the flip without answering a call, slide and hold the key while pressing the flip release button. To enter the Status menu.
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Add Number, Y E S. A list of numbers used but not saved appears. country code) and press Y E S.
2. Select Add New? or any of the numbers from the list by pressing Y E S. 3. Enter a phone number that you wish to save (including the (+) sign and the
4. Enter a name that you want to associate with the phone number and press 5. You now have three options:
To save the number in the suggested first empty position, press Y E S. To save the number in another position, press C to erase the position
number, enter a new position number and press Y E S.
To save the number in the phone memory, you need to know how many positions you have got on your SIM card. You can check this in Memory Status in the Phone Book menu. If, for example, you have 200 positions on your SIM, you can enter position number 201 to save a number in the phone memory.
If you have turned Voice Dialling on, you are asked if you want to add a voice label to your phone book entry. See Voice Control on page 76.
Ask to Save
If you wish to be asked to save any dialled or answered number that is not already saved in your phone book, you can turn on the Ask to Save option. To turn the Ask to Save function on or off
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Display, Y E S , Help Functions, Y E S , Ask to Save, Y E S. 2. Select On or Off.
Note! Your subscription must support the Calling Line Identification service.
Calling a Number Saved In the Phone Book
You can either call a number by using the name saved with it or you can call the number by using the position number that it was saved in.
The order of searching for names and numbers depends on the sort order you have chosen, i.e. by name or by position.
To choose a sort order 2. Select a sort order. To call a number saved in the phone book 1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Find and Call, Y E S. associated with the number that you want to call.
3. Press Y E S. If the name displayed is not the one you want, press find the correct name and number.
2. Enter the position number or the name (or the first few letters of the name)
4. Press Y E S to make the call.
Tip! A quicker way to enter the Find and Call function is to press and hold.
Shortcuts to Phone Book Entries
When in standby, you can find an entry by:
entering the position number followed by #.
pressing and holding one of the keys 2-9 to find an entry beginning with a specific letter. For example, pressing and holding 2 takes you to the first entry beginning with the letter A (or closest following). or to
2. If you wish to call a number from the Missed Calls List, press Y E S at the
Note! You can also see the Missed Calls List in the Call Info menu. Missed
Showing And Hiding Your Number
Some operators offer subscriptions where your phone number is normally hidden. You can choose to show or hide your number for a particular call, if Calling Line Identification Restriction service (CLIR) is supported by your subscription.
To hide your phone number for a particular call
1. Enter the phone number you wish to call.
2. Scroll to Call Handling, Y E S , Hide My Number, Y E S.
3. Press Y E S to make the call.
To show your phone number for a particular call
2. Scroll to Call Handling, Y E S , Show MyNumber, Y E S.
Note! This service depends on your subscription and operator. different ways. this is the case, the voice mail icon appears in the display. Message on page 50. information provided by your network operator.
The answering service of your network allows callers to leave a voice message when you cannot answer your calls. Depending on your network operator, you will be informed that you have received a voice message in
Some operators inform you by sending a specific Voice Mail indication. If
Most operators, however, inform you by sending a text message, (i.e. an SMS), for example asking you to call your Voice Mail Service. For more information about receiving and reading text messages, see Receiving a
Note! For more information about your Voice Mail Service, please refer to the
Communicating With Your Voice Mail Service
If you want your phone to easily interact with your Voice Mail Service, you can store the number to your Voice Mail Service. You will get the number in the information provided by your network operator. To store your Voice Mail number
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Voice Mail No., Y E S. 2. Enter your Voice Mail number and press Y E S.
Note! The number to your Voice Mail Service may be different if you are
calling from a network that is not your home network.
Calling your Voice Mail
When you receive a voice mail, an alert signal sounds and the message
New voicemail appears in the display (only if you receive the specific voice mail
indication). If you want to check your voice mail now, press Y E S to call your
Voice Mail Service.
If you press N O , you can call your Voice Mail Service at a later time to listen to your recorded messages.
Your Voice Mail Service
To call your Voice Mail Service
Tip! You can also call your Voice Mail Service by pressing and holding 1 from standby.
When Start on Flip is on, an icon appears in standby.
When connected to a portable or vehicle handsfree unit, you can answer or reject incoming calls by using your voice.
Before you can use voice answering, you need to turn on the voice answering function and record your voice commands. To turn on Voice Answering
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Handsfree, Y E S , Voice Answer, Y E S.
You now have to train your phone to recognize your voice answering commands.
3. Press Y E S to continue.
4. Follow the instructions in the phone display, i.e. say the word Answer and press Y E S to save your recording. (Use the microphone of the Handsfree unit.) If the recording was not OK, repeat step 3.
5. Say the word Busy and press Y E S to save your recordings.
Note! If you prefer, you can use other words instead of Answer and Busy. To answer an incoming call using your voice
When the phone rings, say the word Answer.
The word Answer is played back to you and the call will be connected. To reject an incoming call
When the phone rings, say the word Busy.
The word Busy is played back to you, and the call is rejected, i.e. the caller hears a busy tone.
Note! For more information about handsfree units, see Portable Handsfree
on page 93 and Vehicle Handsfree on page 94.
hold the volume key when the flip is open. A third alternative is to initiate
to either a credit card account or to a calling card account. yourself. See The Phone Lock on page 59. call.
When making international or long distance calls, you may not want your operator to charge you for these calls on your normal account. If you have a credit card or a calling card, you may want to redirect the charges to one of these accounts instead. The Calling card service lets you redirect the charges
You can save two separate card numbers in your phone. These numbers are protected by a four- to eight-digit phone lock code. When you buy your phone the code is set to 0000. You may change the code to one that you choose
Note! You cannot use the Calling card service when making a fax or a data
Activating the Calling Card Service
To be able to make calling card calls, you need to turn on the service. To turn on the Calling card service
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Set CallingCards, Y E S. 2. Enter your phone lock code (0000) and press Y E S. 3. Select On.
The Calling card service is now on and the sub-menu Calling Cards is
available in the Phone Book menu.
Saving Calling Card Numbers
You can save two calling card numbers in your phone. To save a card number
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The object of Solitaire is to form four piles of cards, one per suit, running from ace to king. The cards are dealt out into seven columns. The last six columns have one or more cards facing downwards. If the top card in a column is removed, revealing the face-down card, you may turn it face up. Only kings, or stacks of cards beginning with a king may be moved to an empty column.
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Timer, Y E S.
Columns of cards are built up in descending order and alternating colour. For spades.
The remaining cards in the deck are available for play. You can turn these
cards one at a time. The card in the discard pile may be placed on the columns
and continue. To start Solitaire 1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Games, Y E S , Solitaire, Y E S.
Solitaire appears in the display.
or the ace piles. When you run out of cards in the deck, you can flip it over
2. To start a game select New game (or Resume game if you have played before). Instead of choosing Start you can scroll with Resume game or Help (at step 2 above). to select
1 = Select card/pile, Confirm move, Flip card
2 = Turn up new card from game deck
3 = Put card on ace pile
4 = View a pile (selection and move is possible)
example, the eight of hearts may be placed on either the nine of clubs or
number of settings that suit a meeting are set. page 91.
Your phone includes a number of pre-programmed profiles. A profile is a group of settings which are set to suit a certain environment. For example, when you go to a meeting, you can just choose the Meeting profile and a
Some accessories can choose a profile automatically. For example, when you place your phone in a vehicle handsfree unit, the In Car profile is chosen. For
more information on automatic activation of profiles. See Accessories on
Normal In Car
There are six pre-programmed profiles: Meeting
Your phone is always set to one of the six profiles. When you buy your phone, it is set to the Normal profile. You cannot create more profiles, but you can change the name of a profile, change the settings included in a profile or add an accessory to a certain profile.
Note! You cannot change the name of the Normal profile and you cannot
add an accessory to the Normal profile.
For information on how to add an accessory to a profile, see Adding
Accessories to a Profile on page 97.
Tip! To find out which profile you are using, slide the volume key upwards or downwards in standby mode.
The table below shows the settings of each profile.
Port H-free Home
Increasing Ring Off
The Profile Concept
Normal Vibrating Alert Accept Calls Divert Calls Calling Cards Light
On From All Off None Auto L1
On if silent Off From All Off None On L1
From All From All Off None Auto L1 Off None Auto
From All Off None Auto L1
Line 1/2 Silent
L1 Off On Off Off Off On
Auto Activation Off Accessories
Vehicle HF -
You can always choose a profile manually. To select a profile manually
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Select Profile, Y E S.
2. Select the profile you want.
You can also find Select Profile in the My Shortcuts menu. The quickest way to reach this sub-menu is to press and hold.
If you choose a profile other than Normal, an icon is shown in standby.
Note! A profile which is not associated with any accessory, such as Meeting
or Normal, must be chosen manually, even if automatic activation is on. The profiles associated with accessories can be chosen automatically. See
Accessories on page 91.
Changing the profile settings
You can re-name the pre-programmed profiles and change the settings
according to your wishes.
To change the name of a profile
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Profile Name, Y E S. 2. Enter a new name and press Y E S. To change a profile setting
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Edit Profile, Y E S. A list of the profile settings appears. 2. Select a setting by pressing Y E S.
3. Change the profile setting according to your wishes.
For information, see the relevant chapters Personalizing Your Phone on page 39, Security for Your Phone and Subscription on page 58, Calling
Off From All Off None Auto L1 Off Off 89
Card Calls on page 79 and Accessories on page 91. If you change a setting which is included in a certain profile, the profile is back to the way they were set when you bought your phone. To reset the profile settings
updated. With the Reset Profiles function, you can change all profile settings
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Reset Profiles, Y E S. The profile settings are reset.
90 The Profile Concept
the phone is used separately. charger Portable handsfree calling Handsfree calling in your car Infrared communication between your phone and computer different profiles. activated automatically. wish, you may turn it off. To turn automatic activation on or off 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Auto Activation, Y E S. 2. Select On or Off. activated automatically. See The Profiles on page 88.
By using your T28 together with Ericsson original accessories, you have access to a large range of useful features, in addition to those you have when Automatic divert of incoming calls when the phone is placed in a desktop
Note! This is on condition that the specific accessories exist in your market. The Profiles concept, see The Profile Concept on page 88, allows you to
instruct your phone to activate a specific profile automatically when used together with a certain accessory. On the following pages you can find information on how different accessories interact with your phone and its
Note! You are informed of the current profile when you slide the volume key upwards or downwards in standby mode or when you choose another profile. Every time you disconnect your phone from the accessory, the profile is changed to the one which was active before, if the current profile was
For the profiles associated with an accessory to change automatically, the automatic activation must be on. When you buy your phone, the automatic activation is set to On for the Vehicle and Portable handsfree units. If you
Note! You can always choose a profile manually, even if a profile has been
If you use the T28 with a specific Ericsson Desktop Charger you have access to some useful features besides ordinary charging. You can choose to make home number when you place your phone in the charger.
the phone switch to the Home profile automatically and divert all calls to your
you place your phone in the desktop charger. Placing the Phone in the Desktop Charger 1. Place the phone in the desktop charger as shown and press backwards to attach the phone. contact your local Ericsson retailer. in the display. with any profile). example the Home profile. 4. The message Divert when connected to accessory? appears. Press Y E S. for example, you place the phone in the desktop charger. (If you press N O , your calls will not be diverted).
1. Slide and hold the volume key (when the flip is closed) or press Y E S until 2. Release and say a name (voice label) that you recorded in the car earlier.
If you use a Vehicle Handsfree Unit, you can choose between two different ways in which your phone can handle speech. This is done in the Handsfree sub-menu.
Basic Handsfree means that the phone handles the call in semi-duplex mode. This means that you cannot speak at the same time as the person at the other
connect it to the Advanced Vehicle Handsfree, you need to turn the Auto
end of the line. Use this alternative only if Full Handsfree does not work
Full Handsfree means that the phone handles the call in full duplex mode.
This considerably increases the quality of speech, since you do not have to
For Full Handsfree to work properly, your phone adapts to the sound set the Basic Handsfree type instead. To set the handsfree type 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Handsfree, Y E S , Handsfree Type, Y E S. 2. Select the type you want.
wait until it is your turn to speak.
environment around the handsfree equipment. This adaptation might take a few calls. During this learning phase, the person you are talking to might hear an echo of his or her own voice (because the sound goes from the speaker into the microphone again). However, this disappears as the other person speaks. If the echo lasts longer than the first few calls, try Basic Handsfree instead. Tip! Set the handsfree type to Full Handsfree first. If speech quality is poor,
When using a Portable or Vehicle Handsfree unit, you may choose to answer incoming calls with Any Key or Auto. Any Key: If you use the phone with handsfree equipment and this function is turned on, you can answer an incoming call by pressing any key, except the N O key.
Auto: If you choose the automatic answering mode, an incoming call is answered automatically after one ring signal, if the phone is used with handsfree equipment.
To set an answering mode
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Handsfree, Y E S , Answering Mode, Y E S. 2. Select a mode.
If you choose the Normal alternative, you have to answer calls as normal.
Tip! You can also answer calls by using the Voice Answering function. See Voice Answering on page 78.
With an Ericsson infrared modem you can connect your T28 to a computer via an infrared link. This makes the cable and PC card obsolete. If you want to use the infrared modem with a computer that is running Windows 95/98/NT 4.0, you can install PC software which allows you to manage the phone book in your mobile fax and data calls, edit your mobile connect to your corporate network.
showing a message in the display.
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made from the standby mode. The table describes some of the most useful key combinations.
To. Do this: Mode: enter the Call List press Y E S voice dial press and hold Y E S voice dial slide and hold the volume key upwards or downwards press and hold 1 press and hold 0 call your Voice Mail enter the + sign to make an international phone call set the phone silent press and hold C mute the microphone reach a phone book entry press and hold down C during a call press the position number and # press and hold any of the keys 2 -9 reach a phone book entry beginning with a specific letter speed dial press any of the number keys 1 -9 and Y E S press and hold enter Find and Call put a call on hold retrieve a call reject a call press Y E S
Several keys on your phone can be used to optimize the phones functionality and decrease the number of times you need to press a key. Some of the key combinations demand that your phone is in a certain mode and some can be
when in standby when in standby when in standby and when the flip is open when in standby when in standby
when in standby
when in standby when in standby
when in standby when in standby during a call
press Y E S again
during a call
quickly slide the volume key when receiving a call upwards or downwards twice or when in standby when in the menus when in the menus when in lists
enter the menu system
move through menus or lists
slide (and hold) the volume key upwards or downwards press Y E S
select a menu or setting delete an item
press and hold C
go back to standby
press and hold N O
when in the menus
To. enter the first sub-menu of the My Shortcuts menu
Do this: press and hold
find out which profile you slide the volume key are using upwards or downwards change the language to press press
change the language to
when in standby when in standby when in standby
reach the second letter or slide the volume key character of a key upwards and press any of the number keys reach the third letter or character of a key
when entering letters
slide the volume key when entering letters downwards and press any of the number keys press and hold * when entering letters when entering letters when entering letters
change between lowerand upper-case letters enter numbers enter a space
press and hold any of the number keys press 1 once
enter a question mark
slide the volume key downwards and press 1 slide the volume key downwards and press 0
when entering letters when entering letters when saving codes when entering letters and numbers
enter the @ -sign enter a p (pause) erase letters and numbers
press and hold *
A quick way to move through the menus is to use shortcuts. You simply enter
the number of the menu or sub-menu to which you want to go. See Using
Shortcuts on page 23 and To set the key sound on page 24.
To quickly and easily reach the settings you use most, you can place your favourite settings in the menu My Shortcuts. See My Shortcuts on page 25.
For more information about key functions, see Key Functions on page 12,
Moving through the Menus on page 23 and Entering Letters on page 28.
Mode: when in standby
Insert correct card
SOS calls only
Codes do not match
the problems you encounter are easy to correct yourself.
This chapter lists some problems that you might encounter while using your phone. Some problems require that you call your service provider, but most of
There is no SIM card in the phone or you may have inserted it incorrectly. Insert a SIM card. See The SIM Card on page 5. Insert Correct Card card.
The phone is set to only work with certain SIM cards. Insert the correct SIM
SOS Calls Only
You are within range of a network but you are not allowed to use it. However, in an emergency, some operators allow you to call the international emergency number 112. See Making Emergency Calls on page 14.
There is no network within range or the received signal is too weak. You have to move to get a signal that is strong enough. Wrong PIN, Wrong PIN2
You have entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly. See The SIM Card Lock on page 58. Codes do not match
Enter the correct PIN or PIN2, and press Y E S.
When you want to change a security code (for example your PIN) you have to confirm the new code by entering it again. The two codes that you have entered do not match. See The SIM Card Lock on page 58. PIN/PIN2 Blocked
You have entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly three times in a row. To unblock, see The SIM Card Lock on page 58.
formance and radio frequency (RF) energy above the recommended limits.
Efficient Phone Operation
during a call. and make sure that it does not disturb any other infrared units.
To enjoy optimum performance with minimum power consumption please: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone. While speaking directly into the mouthpiece, angle the antenna in a direction up and over your shoulder. If the antenna is extendable/retractable, it should be extended Do not hold the antenna when the phone is in use. Holding the antenna affects call quality, may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than needed and shorten talk and standby times. If your mobile phone is equipped with an infrared eye, never direct the infrared ray at anyones eye
Radio Frequency Energy
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When the phone is turned on, it receives and transmits radio frequency (RF) energy. Depending on the type of mobile phone you possess, it operates on different frequency ranges and employs commonly used modulation techniques. The system that handles your call when you are using your phone controls the power level at which your phone transmits.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy
The International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP), supported by the World Health Organisation (WHO), published during1996 a statement and in 1998 guidelines which set recommended limits for exposure to RF fields from handheld mobile telephones. According to ICNIRP statement, which is based on the available body of research, there is no evidence that mobile terminals meeting the recommended limits can cause any adverse health effects. All Ericsson telephones conform to the ICNIRP guidelines and other international exposure standards, such as: ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 (USA, Asia-Pacific) CENELEC European Pre-standard ENV50166-2:1995 (Europe) AS/NZS 2772.1 (Int):1998 (Australia, New Zealand)
Unauthorised antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the
Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile phones in the areas where you drive. If you are going to use your phone while driving, please: Give full attention to driving.
Use an Ericsson Vehicle Handsfree Solution, if available. Law in many countries requires vehicle Handsfree Solution. Read the installation instructions carefully before installing a vehicle Handsfree Solution. Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving conditions so require.
the electronic systems in your vehicle. Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
RF energy may affect some electronic systems in motor vehicles such as car stereo, safety equipment etc. In addition, some vehicle manufacturers do not allow use of mobile phones, unless the installation is supported by a handsfree kit with an external antenna, in their vehicles. Check with your vehicle manufacturers representative to be sure that your mobile phone will not affect
4. This warranty does not cover product failures due to repair installations,
5. The warranty does not cover product failures which have been caused by 6. Tampering with any of the seals on the products will void the warranty. 7. THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES, WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, OTHER THAN THIS PRINTED LIMITED WARRANTY. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTALIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT SHALL ERICSSON BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS. TO THE FULL EXTENT THOSE DAMAGES CAN BE
Some countries do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage, or limitation of the duration of implied warranties, so the preceding limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may
We, Ericsson Mobile Communications AB of Nya Vattentornet Lund, Sweden declare under our sole responsibility that our product Ericsson type 110 1101-BV TBR 19, TBR 20, TBR31, TBR32, ETS 300 342-1 and EN 60950, following the provisions of Teleterminals directive 91/263/EEC, EMC directive 89/336/EEC, and Low voltage directive 73/23/EEC. Stockholm June 8, 1999
(Place & date of issue)
to which this declaration relates, conforms to the appropriate standards
Accept calls 63 Add accessories to a profile 97 Alarm 84 Alarm indicator 11 Alarm signal 42 Answered calls indicator 35 Answering calls 15 Answering mode 96 Answering service. See Voice Mail Area information 53 message types 54 receiving area messages 55 Assembling the phone 5
Banking by phone 32 Barring calls. See Restrict calls Battery 6 attaching 6 charging 6, 7 detaching 6 Bell. See Alarm indicator
Calculator 84 Call barring. See Restrict calls Call cost 73 setting a credit limit 74 specifying price per unit 73 Call divert activating 56 Call list calling from call list 35 using the call list 35 Call restrictions. See Restrict calls Call time 73 Call waiting 65
Call waiting service activating 65 cancelling 65 Calling from call list 35 Calling card making a call 80 saving number 79 Calling card services activating 79 Calling Line Identification (CLI) 35 Calls answering 12, 15 making 13 putting on hold 16, 65, 66, 68, 69 receiving 14 redialling 13 rejecting 15 switching between calls 66 CB. See Area information Cell broadcast. See Area information Changing phone lines 75 Charging 6, 7 disconnecting the charger 8 Choosing a card 80 Clock. See Time Closed user groups 62 Conference calls 67 adding new participants 68 creating 67 extracting a participant 68 releasing a participant 68 reviewing participants 68 Credit card making a call 80 saving number 79
Call on hold
Call on hold appears in the display.
2. To continue your conversation, press Y E S again.
Sending Tone Signals
To use telephone banking services or to control an answering machine, you need to use codes. These codes are sent as tone signals (also known as DTMF tones or touch tones). With your mobile phone, you may use these codes during a call. If you press 0-9, * and # during a call, these numbers and characters are sent as tone signals. Tip! You can also save codes only or codes together with a phone number in your Phone Book. See Telephone Banking Services on page 32. However, it may be a risk to save your codes in the phone in case it is stolen.
If you want to make a note of a phone number during a call, you can use your phone display as a notepad. To use the notepad during a call Use the number keys to enter the number. When you end the call, the number remains in the display or, if Ask to add is on, you will be asked to save the number in your phone book. You can also find the number in Add New in the Phone Book menu. See Your Personal Phone Book on page 27. When you enter the number, the person you are talking to will hear the tones. If you wish, you may turn the tones off during a call. See Scratchpad on page 42.
Checking the Duration or Cost of the Call
During a call, the display normally shows the duration in minutes and seconds. Depending on your subscription, you may see the call cost displayed instead. Note! This depends on your network and SIM subscription. See Knowing the Call Time/Call Cost on page 73.
If you turn on the minute minder, you hear a beep once every minute during a call as a reminder of the duration of the ongoing call. See Minute Minder on page 42.
More than One Call Simultaneously
Your phone is capable of handling more than one call simultaneously. You can put the current call on hold and then make or answer a second call. You can also set up a conference call with up to five people. See Handling More than One Call Simultaneously on page 65.
Functions and Settings
T28 WORLD Features Using the Menus Your Personal Phone Book Using the Call List Your Voice Mail Service Personalizing Your Phone Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS) Forwarding Incoming Calls Security for Your Phone and Subscription Handling More than One Call Simultaneously Setting Network Preferences Knowing the Call Time/Call Cost Using Two Voice Lines Voice Control Calling Card Calls Sending and Receiving Fax and Data Calls Extras The Profile Concept Accessories Online Services
T28 WORLD Features
Missed calls indicator Indicates a missed call in the Call List, in the missed calls list and in standby. Answered call indicator Dialed number indicator Phone memory indicator Indicates an answered call in the Call List. Indicates a dialed number in the Call List. Indicates that a phone book entry is saved in the phone memory and the SIM memory is full.
Name Group indicator Unread SMS indicator Unchecked Voice Mail Phone book look up indicator SIM card memory indicator
Description Indicates that a phone book entry is a group. Indicates that a text message has not been read. Indicates that a voice message has not been checked. Indicates that you can enter the phone book by pressing u. Indicates that a phone book entry is saved in the SIM card memory.
Voice label in phone Indicates that a voice label has been indicator recorded for an entry in the phone only. Indicates that voice dialing is set to Start on Open. Voice label in car indicator Indicates that a voice label has been recorded for an entry in the car handsfree kit.
Voice label in phone Indicates that a voice label has been and in car indicator recorded for an entry in the phone and in the car handsfree kit. Preferred network indicator Forbidden network indicator Indicates that a network is preferred and can be used. Indicates that a network is forbidden and cannot be used.
Home zone indicator Indicates that you are in your home zone. Does not appear on all networks. Help text indicator Lock indicator Indicates a help text. Indicates that the card lock or phone lock is on.
Moving through the Menus
There are two ways of moving through the menus: scrolling with u or d using shortcuts
Scrolling by Using u or d
Press. to. scroll left or up through menus or functions. scroll right or down through menus or functions. select a menu, sub-menu or setting. go back one level in the menu system, exit a setting or leave a setting unchanged. go back to standby mode by pressing and holding the key. delete an item from a list.
Note! For information about how to enter letters, see Entering Letters on page 28. Tip! Once in the menu system, you can press and hold the u or d key or slide and hold the volume key until you reach the menu or sub-menu that you want instead of pressing the u or d key repeatedly. Using Shortcuts A quicker way to move through the menus is to use the shortcuts. You simply enter the number of the menu or sub-menu to which you want to go, but you first need to enter the menus by pressing u or d. To get back to standby, you press and hold N O as normal. Tip! A quicker way to enter the Find and Call function is to press and hold
d. A quicker way to enter the first sub-menu in the My Shortcuts menu is
to press and hold u. Note! Your phone may not have all the menu alternatives described in this manual since many of them are network- and subscription-dependent. Because of this, the shortcut numbers may vary between phones.
Calling a Number Saved In the Phone Book
You can either call a number by using the name saved with it or you can call the number by using the position number that it was saved in. The order of searching for names and numbers depends on the sort order you have chosen, i.e. alphabetically or by position.
To choose a sort order 1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Sort Order, Y E S. 2. Select a sort order. To call a number saved in the phone book 1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Find and Call, Y E S. 2. Enter the position number or the name (or the first few letters of the name) linked with the number that you want to call. 3. Press Y E S. If the name displayed is not the one you want, press u or d until you find the correct name and number. 4. Press Y E S to make the call. Tip! A quicker way to enter the Find and Call function is to press and hold d. Shortcuts to Phone Book Entries When in standby, you can find an entry by: entering the position number followed by #. pressing and holding one of the keys 2-9 to find an entry beginning with a specific letter. For example, pressing and holding 2 takes you to the first entry beginning with the letter A (or closest following). Once you are in the list of phone book entries you can use u or d to scroll through the positions, or enter a position number or a letter to go to a certain entry.
You can call the phone numbers that you have saved in positions 19 in the memory by entering the position number and then pressing Y E S. Example: 1. Enter the number 3. 2. Press Y E S to make the call.
Keeping the Phone Book Up to Date
You may need to change the names and numbers in the phone book from time to time. You may also want to change the position number of an entry. Editing a Phone Number In the Phone Book You need to find the phone book entry that you wish to edit. You can use either the stored position or the name. See Calling a Number Saved In the Phone Book on page 29.
To edit an entry 1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Find and Edit, Y E S. 2. Enter the position number or the name of the entry that you wish to edit. Press Y E S. If the name displayed is not the one you want, press u or d until you find the correct name and number. 3. Press Y E S to select the entry. 4. Select Edit. 5. Edit the number and press Y E S. Use the u or d keys to move the cursor. Use the C key to delete. 6. Edit the name and press Y E S. 7. Edit the position number and press Y E S.
If you try to save a phone number in a position which already contains a phone number, the message Replace? appears together with the name saved in that position. You now have two options: To save the number in the selected position Press Y E S to replace the number with the new one. To save the number in a different position 1. Press N O. 2. Enter the new position number. 3. Press Y E S to save the number in the new position.
You can choose a ring signal that rises in steps from the softest volume to the loudest, Increasing Ring. To set the ring signal to Increasing Ring 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Increasing ring, Y E S. 2. Select On. The Increasing ring must be Off for the ring signal volume to apply. Note! If the phone is set to silent, the increasing ring signal is not heard.
Ring Signal Type
You can choose a ring signal from a list of different sounds and melodies. You can also compose up to four melodies of your own by entering notes with the keypad. See Composing Ring Signals on page 41. To choose one of the ring signal types 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Ring Signals, Y E S ,
Speech Calls, Y E S.
2. Select the ring signal type that you want. Tip! If you do not wish to disturb other people, use the volume key on the side of the phone to scroll silently. Different Ring Signals for Line 1 and Line 2 If you subscribe to the Two Line Service, you can set different ring signals for the two lines. L1 and L2 are displayed instead of Speech. Different Ring Signals for Voice, Data and Fax Calls Provided your SIM subscription supports Fax and Data calls, you can set different ring signals for voice, fax and data calls respectively. Specific Ring Signals for Personal Calls If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification (CLI) service, you can assign a personal ring signal to up to ten callers. You can, for example, have one ring signal for your friend and another one for your colleague. If the last seven digits of a callers number correspond to a number you have specified, then that callers ring signal is used. You can include question marks (?) in a phone number. For example, 012345??? means that calls from phone numbers between 012345000 and 012345999 will have the same personal ring signal. You get a question mark by pressing and holding #. To specify a callers number and the accompanying ring signal 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Ring Signals, Y E S , Personal rings,
Y E S , Add new object?, Y E S.
2. Enter the callers number and press Y E S. You can also recall it from the Phone Book by pressing u. 3. Select the ring signal type you want.
To delete a callers number 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Ring Signals, Y E S ,
Personal rings, Y E S.
2. Scroll to the number you wish to delete and press Y E S. 3. Select Delete.
The time is always displayed when the phone is in standby mode. To set the time format 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Time Format, Y E S. 2. Select the 24-hour or 12-hour (am/pm) clock. To set the clock 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Set Clock, Y E S. 2. Enter the time in hours and minutes, and press Y E S. Move from number to number by pressing u or d. If you select the 12-hour clock, you can alternate between am and pm by pressing #.
Automatic Time Zone
With the Automatic Time Zone function, you will be asked whether to update the clock when you enter a new time zone. You can choose to turn the function off, if you like. To turn the Automatic Time Zone off 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Auto Time Zone, Y E S. 2. Select Off. Note! This service depends on the network.
When the phone is in standby mode, you can slide the volume key upwards or downwards to see todays date in the Status menu. To set the date format 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Date Format, Y E S. 2. Select the date format you want. To set the date 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Set Date, Y E S. 2. Enter the year (two digits), month and day and then press Y E S. If you have chosen another date format you must enter the date differently.
You can reset the phones settings to the way they were when you bought your phone. To reset the phone 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Master Reset, Y E S. 2. Enter the phone lock code (0000) and press Y E S. The phone lock code may be another one, in case you have changed it.
Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS)
The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send and receive text messages consisting of up to 160 characters. A useful feature in your T28 WORLD is that you can send text messages to a group which you have defined in your phone book. See Groups on page 33. Instead of calling or sending a text message to the members of that group one at a time, you can simply send a single group SMS. If your SIM card does not contain the phone number to your network service center, you must specify the number yourself. Otherwise you cannot reply to received messages or send your own messages. See Enable the Phone to Send SMS below. Note! The Short Message Service may not be available on all networks. Some network operators may only allow SMS to be sent within their own network.
Customizing your Text Messages
Before you send your message, you can set the type of message, the validity period and if you want the recipient of your message to reply to your message. Message Type Your phone can send different types of messages. Your network operators service center may offer the facility of converting a text message into a format (e-mail, fax, etc.) that suits the equipment that is going to receive the message. Please contact your network operator to find out which message types you can use and how. You can set a standard message type that you want to use or you can turn on a Set on Send option, which means that you are asked to select which message type you want to send, before sending it.
To set a standard message type 1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Message Type, Y E S , Set Default, Y E S. 2. Select the message type you want. The selected message type is now standard until you change it. To turn Set on Send on or off 1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Message Type, Y E S , Ask for options,
2. Select On or Off. Validity Period If your message cannot be delivered because the recipient has turned off the phone, your service center can save the message to send it later. If the service center has not been able to reach the recipient within a certain time, the message will be deleted. You can set a validity period as your standard or you can turn on a Ask for options option, which means that you are asked to set the validity period before sending the message. To set a validity period as your standard 1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Validity Period, Y E S , Set Default, Y E S. 2. Select the validity period you want. The selected validity period is now your standard until you change it. To turn the Set on Send function on or off 1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options Y E S , Validity Period, Y E S , Ask for options,
2. Select On or Off. Reply to Messages If you want the recipient of your message to reply, you can turn on the Request Reply option. When this function is on, you are asked to choose if you want the recipient to reply or not before your message is sent. If you want the recipient to reply, select On and press Y E S. To turn the Request Reply function on or off 1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Reply Request, Y E S. 2. Select On or Off. Note! Not all network operators support these functions.
Replying to a Message 1. When you have read the message, press Y E S. 2. Select Reply in the option list. 3. Select what message you want to send as a reply (send a new message or include this message when replying). 4. Enter your message and press Y E S to send the message. Note! If the sender of the message wants you to reply, the message
Reply requested Reply? appears in the display, if this function is supported by
your network operator, when you press Y E S at the end of the message. Press
again to reply. If you do not want to reply, press N O.
Forwarding a Message 1. When you have read the message, press Y E S. 2. Select Forward in the option list. You may edit your message before sending it. 3. When you have completed your message, press Y E S. 4. Enter the recipients phone number. 5. Press Y E S to send the message. Deleting a Message 1. When you have read the message, press Y E S. 2. Select Delete in the option list. Tip! You can also delete a message by pressing C while reading it. The message Delete? appears in the display. Press Y E S to delete the message. You can delete a message from the list of messages in the Inbox menu without having to open it. To delete a message from the list in the Inbox menu 1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Inbox, Y E S. 2. Select the message you want to delete and press C. The message Delete? appears in the display. 3. Press Y E S to delete the message.
Saving Incoming Messages
If you do not want to read an incoming message at once, it is automatically saved in the phone memory. This allows you to read it later. If there are any unread messages in this memory, the envelope icon appears at the top of the standby display.
The phone memory can hold up to 15 messages. When all memory positions are full, the oldest read message is overwritten when a new message is received. If the phone memory becomes full of unread messages, new messages are automatically saved on the SIM card. Messages remain in the phone memory until you delete them, until you insert a different SIM card or until the phone needs the memory space to save new messages. The SIM Card Memory You can save important messages on your SIM card. Messages that are saved on the SIM card remain there until you delete them, i.e. they will not be overwritten if you receive any new messages. The maximum number of messages that you can save depends on your SIM card. To save a received message in the SIM card memory 1. When you have read the message, press Y E S. 2. Select Save in the option list. The message automatically moves from the phone memory to the SIM card memory. The display shows the position of the message and the
Note! If the message Match error appears, this means you entered the new PIN incorrectly. If the message Wrong PIN appears, followed by Old PIN:, you entered your old PIN incorrectly. To change your PIN 2 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Change PIN2, Y E S. 2. Follow the same procedure as described in To change your PIN code above. To turn off the SIM card lock 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Protection, Y E S ,
Off, Y E S.
2. Enter your PIN and press Y E S. The message Unlocked confirms that the card lock has now been turned off. Note! This only works if your SIM card allows you to cancel the card lock. To turn on the SIM card lock 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Protection, Y E S ,
On, Y E S.
2. Enter your PIN and press Y E S. The message Locked confirms that the card lock is now on.
The Phone Lock
The phone lock protects the phone against unauthorized use if it is stolen and the SIM card is exchanged. It is not on when you buy the phone. You can change the phone lock code (0000) to any four- to eight-digit personal code. The phone lock can be On, Automatic or Off. Phone lock on If the phone lock is On, the message Phone locked Phone lock code: appears each time you turn on the phone. You have to enter your code followed by Y E S to use your phone. Automatic If the phone lock is set to Automatic, you do not need to enter your phone lock code until a different SIM card is inserted in the phone. After the phone lock code has been entered correctly, the phone can be used with the new SIM card. You are not asked to enter the phone lock code again until the original SIM card or a different SIM card is inserted.
Changing the phone lock code 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Phone Lock, Y E S , Change code, Y E S. 2. Follow the steps described in To change your PIN code on page 58. Note! It is important that you remember your new code. If you should forget it, you have to hand in your phone to your local Ericsson retailer. To set the phone lock to on, automatic or off 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Phone Lock, Protection, Y E S. 2. Select On, Automatic or Off. 3. Enter the phone lock code and press Y E S. The new lock status is shown.
The Restrict Calls service allows you to restrict certain types of calls to be made and received. Note! This service may not be available on all networks or may require a separate subscription. The following calls can be restricted: all outgoing calls, Restict all Outg all outgoing international calls, Outgoing Intl all outgoing international calls except to your home country, Outg Intl Roam all incoming calls, All Incoming all incoming calls when you are abroad (when roaming), Inc when Roam
To turn the Fixed Dialing service on or off 1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Fixed Dialing, Y E S. 2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S. 3. Select On or Off. To save fixed numbers 1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Fixed Numbers, Y E S , Add new object?, Y E S. 2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S. 3. Enter the fixed number and press Y E S. 4. Enter the name you want to link with the number and press Y E S. To edit a saved fixed number 1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Fixed Numbers, Y E S. 2. Scroll to the fixed number that you want to edit and press Y E S. 3. Select Edit. 4. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S. 5. Edit the fixed number and press Y E S. 6. Edit the name and press Y E S. 7. Enter the position number and press Y E S. To delete a fixed number 1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Fixed Numbers, Y E S. 2. Scroll to the fixed number that you want to delete and press Y E S. 3. Select Delete. 4. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S. The fixed number is deleted.
Closed User Groups
The Closed User Group (CUG) function is another way of lowering call costs. It depends entirely on your operator and subscription. Not all networks support this function. Your network operator can place certain numbers in groups. On some networks it is cheaper to make calls within a call group. You can have a maximum of 10 groups. To add a Closed User Group 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S ,
Add new object?, Y E S.
2. Enter the name of the Closed User Group and press Y E S. 3. Enter the index number of the group and press Y E S. Note! The index numbers are provided by your network operator.
To activate a Closed User Group 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S. 2. Scroll to the group you want to activate and press Y E S. 3. Select Activate. Calls can only be made within the selected user group. To call outside Closed User Groups You can decide whether outgoing calls to a non-CUG number are allowed. 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S ,
Open Calls, Y E S.
2. Select On. To edit a name in the CUG List 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S. 2. Scroll to the group that you want to edit and press Y E S. 3. Select Edit. 4. Enter a new name and press Y E S. To delete a group from the CUG List 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S , Edit list, Y E S. 2. Scroll to the group that you want to delete and press Y E S. 3. Select Delete.
With the Call Screening service, you can choose to receive calls only from certain numbers. Other calls are automatically rejected by a busy signal. You have to save the numbers that you want to receive in an Accepted List. The rejected calls are saved in the Call List in the Call Info menu. When you buy your phone, the setting for the Call screening service is set to Accept all calls, i.e. you receive calls as normal. To add numbers to the Accepted Callers List 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Call screening, Y E S , Accepted List,
The display shows. meaning. You are in your home zone. Does not appear on all networks. The name of the network is included in a list of preferred networks on your SIM card. You can use this network. The name of the network is included in a list of forbidden networks on your SIM card. You may not be allowed to use this network, except for emergency calls.
All other networks without any icons are available, i.e. they are not included in the preferred or forbidden list on your SIM card but they may be used.
The names of the forbidden networks are stored on your SIM card. If such a forbidden network is within range, it is left out when the phone searches for a network (automatic search mode). If your home network and a forbidden network come to an agreement that allows you to use the forbidden network, you can select this network even though the message Forbidden is displayed.
List of Preferred Networks
You can create and edit a list that defines in which order your phone will select a network during automatic network selection, when your home network is not within range. The number of networks that can be stored in the list depends on your SIM card. You can review the network list and rearrange the order of the networks. You can also add new networks to the list and delete networks from it. To review the list of networks Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S. The name of the first network is displayed. Use u or d to scroll through the networks in the list. To see a networks full name 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S. 2. Scroll to a network and press Y E S. 3. Select Full name. To add a network to the list 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S , Add new object?,
2. Scroll to the network that you want to add and press Y E S. If the network you want does not appear in the list, scroll to Other and press
Enter the three-digit country number and the two-digit network
number and press Y E S. 3. Enter a position number and press Y E S. Note! All lower prioritized networks will be shifted one step down in the list.
To delete a network from the list 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S. 2. Scroll to the network that you want to delete and press Y E S. 3. Select Delete. To rearrange the list 1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S. 2. Scroll to the network that you want to move and press Y E S. 3. Select Change priority. 4. Enter the new position within the list and press Y E S.
When you turn on your phone, it searches for a network. This can be done in two different ways, depending on the search mode that is on. When you buy your phone it is set to automatic search mode. Automatic search mode means that your phone searches for the last accessed network first. If this is not available, it automatically searches for another available network within range. Manual search mode means that your phone searches for the last accessed network first. If this is not available, the question Select net? appears. You then need to choose a network as described in Searching for Networks on page 70. To turn on the automatic search mode Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Search Mode, Y E S , Automatic, Y E S. To turn on the manual search mode Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Search Mode, Y E S , Manual, Y E S.
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Note! Read this information before using your mobile phone.
Product Care and Maintenance
Your mobile phone is a highly sophisticated electronic device. To get the most out of your mobile phone read this text about product care, safe and efficient use.
Keep your mobile phone dry. Avoid exposing your mobile phone to extreme hot or cold temperatures. Avoid placing your mobile phone close to lit candles, cigarettes, naked flames or any heat source. As with all sophisticated electronic devices rough treatment could damage your mobile phone. Only use a soft damp cloth to clean your mobile phone. Do not paint your mobile phone as the paint could obstruct the earphone, microphone or any moveable parts and prevent normal use. Do not attempt to disassemble your mobile phone, a broken warranty seal will void the warranty. The phone does not contain consumer serviceable components. Service should only be performed by Certified Service Partners. Only use Ericsson original accessories. Failure to do so may result in loss of performance, damage to the phone, fire, electric shock or injury. The warranty does not cover product failures which have been caused by use of non-Ericsson original accessories. Treat your mobile phone with care, keep it in a clean and dust free place.
Antenna Care and Replacement
To avoid impaired performance please ensure your mobile phones antenna is not bent or damaged. Do not remove the antenna yourself. If your phones antenna is damaged please take it to a Certified Service Partner. Only use an antenna that has been specifically designed for your phone. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the phone and may violate the appropriate regulations causing loss of performance and radio frequency (RF) energy above the recommended limits.
Efficient Phone Operation
To enjoy optimum performance with minimum power consumption please: Hold the phone as you would any other telephone. While speaking directly into the mouthpiece, angle the antenna in a direction up and over your shoulder. If the antenna is extendable/retractable, it should be extended during a call. Do not hold the antenna when the phone is in use. Holding the antenna affects call quality, may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than needed and shorten talk and standby times. If your mobile phone is equipped with an infrared eye, never direct the infrared ray at anyones eye and make sure that it does not disturb any other infrared units.
Radio Frequency Energy
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When the phone is turned on, it receives and transmits radio frequency (RF) energy. Depending on the type of mobile phone you possess, it operates on different frequency ranges and employs commonly used modulation techniques. The system that handles your call when you are using your phone controls the power level at which your phone transmits.
Turn off your mobile phone before boarding any aircraft. Do not use it on the ground without crew permission.
To prevent interference with communication systems, you must not use your mobile phone while the plane is in the air.
Turn off your mobile phone when in a blasting area or in areas posted turn off two-way radio to avoid interfering with blasting operations. Construction crews often use remote control RF devices to set off explosives.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn off your mobile phone when in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere. It is rare, but your phone or its accessories could generate sparks. Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death. Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres are often, but not always, clearly marked. They include fuelling areas, such as gas stations, below deck on ships, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, and areas where the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders. Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or explosives in the compartment of your vehicle, which contains your mobile phone and accessories.
Connect AC (Power supply) only to designated power sources as marked on the product. To reduce risk of damage to the electric cord, remove it from the outlet by holding onto the AC adapter rather than the cord. Make sure the cord is positioned so that it will not be stepped on, tripped over or otherwise subjected to damage or stress. To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the unit from any power source before attempting to clean it. The charger must not be used outdoors or in damp areas.
Do not allow children to play with your mobile phone since it contains small parts that could become detached and create a choking hazard.
IMPORTANT! This phone, like any mobile phone, operates using radio signals, cellular and landline networks as well as user-programmed functions, which cannot guarantee connection under all conditions. You should therefore never rely solely upon any mobile phone for essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies). Keep in mind that, in order to make or receive calls, the phone must be switched on and be located in a service area with adequate cellular signal strength. Emergency calls may not be possible on all mobile phone networks or when certain network services and/or phone features are in use. Check with your local service provider.
New Batteries The battery delivered with your phone is not fully charged. Battery Use and Care A rechargeable battery has a long service life if treated properly. A new battery, or one that has not been used for a long period of time could have reduced capacity the first few times it is being used. The talk and standby times depend on the actual transmission conditions when using the phone. If the phone is used near a base station, less power is required and talk and standby times are prolonged. Use only batteries manufactured by Ericsson and the AC/DC adapter supplied with your battery charger. Using accessories not manufactured by Ericsson may be hazardous and the warranty does not cover product failures caused by the use of non-Ericsson original accessories. Do not expose your battery to extreme temperatures, never above +60C (+140F). For maximum battery capacity, use your battery at room temperature. If the battery is used at low temperatures, the battery capacity will be reduced. The battery can only be charged when the temperature is between +5C (+41F) and +45C (+113F). Turn off your phone before removing the battery. Use the battery only for its intended purpose. Do not attempt to take the battery apart. Do not let the metal contacts on the battery touch other metal objects. This may short-circuit and damage the battery. Do not expose a battery to open flames. This may cause the battery to explode. Do not expose a battery to liquids. Never place the battery in your mouth. Battery electrolytes may be toxic if swallowed.
Your phone manufacturer is a member of the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC); a non-profit public service organization designed to assist in the recycling of rechargeable batteries. Many areas require recycling of rechargeable batteries. In the U.S., call 1-800-822-8837 for information on how to recycle your battery. Outside the U.S., contact your local retailer for recycling instructions.
Thank you for purchasing this Ericsson Product. For optimal benefit of your new products features, we recommend that you follow a few simple steps: Read the Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use. Read all the terms and conditions of your Ericsson Warranty. Save your original receipt. You will need it for warranty repair claims. If your Ericsson Product needs warranty service, please return it to the dealer from whom it was purchased or contact your local Ericsson helpdesk to get further information.
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