Sony CMD-X2000 user manual

User manual for the device Sony CMD-X2000

Device: Sony CMD-X2000
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Date of adding : 2014-07-24 13:52:27
Number of pages: 11
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

AEP Model
UK Model
Signalling format GSM PHASE II
Frequency range Transmit: 890 ~ 915 MHz
Receive: 935 ~ 960 MHz
GSM power class Class 4 (2 W)
SIM chip Pluggable mini SIM card
Display Two-row. resp. four-row full-graphic LCD display + ICON line
Resolution: 97 x 33 pixels = 3201 pixels
Antenna gain – 1.5 dBd (antenna extended)
Channel spacing 200 kHz
Number of channels 124
Frequency stability Transmit frequency drift (synchronized)
< ± 0.1 x 10 kHz
RF ou

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SONY GS SECTION 1 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Quick Reference 1 Ear piece 12 Service/Speed Dial Key 2 Jog Dial 13 Exit Key 16 1 3 Display 14 Send Key 17 4 Keypad (alphanumeric keys) 15 Menu Key 2 2 5 i Key 16 Antenna 9 SONY 6 Clear key 17 Pop Up Switch 3 10 7 Microphone 18 Battery Release Switch 18 8 Power Key 19 Battery Pack 11 9 SIM Card Release 20 DC Jack (Charging) 12 19 GS 13 10 SIM Card Holder 21 Battery Contacts (Charging) 4 14 11 Voice Mail Key 22 External Connector 15 5 (Accessories) 8 GS 20

Summary of the content on the page No. 3

Operation Function Rotate Scrolls through menu options. Press Selects (highlights) an option in the display. (click) Accepts an entry made by alphanumeric keys. Press and hold Dials the phone number selected. Tip The send key (14) performs the same function as pressing or pressing and holding the jog dial. MENU The menu key (15) The menu key is context-sensitive and leads you to a menu containing options approprioate for the current situation. In idle mode, press the menu key to activate the mai

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Simply press the exit key (13) once to go one step back in a menu; press and hold the exit key to exit the menu and return to idle mode. After a lapse of 2 minutes, the CMD-X2000 automatically exits the menu and defaults to idle mode. See the following menu tree for easy reference and navigation through the menu system. Note Some menu options may be network or subscription dependent. Please contact your network operator/ service provider for further details. Divert Time, Charge If not Reachble L

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SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY 1. Remove Simcard holder , antenna (no tool needed), 2. Remove 4 screws. battery cover and battery. 3. The back lower case assy and battery plate can now 4. Remove 4 screws from the upper shielding. be separated from the upper case. 5. The electronical part (= MMI board with RF/logic unit 6. The upper case can now be taken away , speaker, as a whole) is held onto the upper case by a claw earphone microphone and keyboard are now on either side. Therefore , in order to releas

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7. To separate the RF/Logic block from the MMI board, 8. When the spring is taken off, the RF/Logic unit can lift the spring slightly using a small flat screwdriver be lifted. The centre bolt (MMI support) can now also while pushing it to the right with your finger. be taken away. Note that the centre bolt is not symmetric (comparing both ends). The shorter end fits into the MMI board. 9. When unsoldering or resoldering the coax cable, be 10. The RF/Logic unit is 1 item, it should never be very

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SECTION 3 LEVEL 1 TROUBLESHOOTING CHART Insert SIM card Switch on Does the Does the Insert new No No telephone telephone battery switch on? switch on? Yes Yes Does Does the the original No No SIM probably telephone SIM card work defective log on? on another set? Yes Yes Is a No call possible? Yes Is an No incoming call possible? Yes Is the audio quality No Level 2/3 acceptable while repair a call is in progress? Yes Level 1 repair Local level 1 operation 8

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SECTION 4 PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS 1 Hardware Setup The software programming setup requires a PC (386 type or higher) and the bootadaptor kit. The boot adaptor kit consists of bootadaptor, cables and power supply. • Connect RS232 cable from bootadaptor to com-port of PC (com 1 or com 2) • Connect power supply (9V) to bootadaptor • Connect bootadaptor to CMDX2000 2 Software setup The software is distributed automatically after registration of the bootadaptor. Install the software into a dedicated

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SECTION 6 SPARE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES LIST Ref. No. Part Number Description 1 1-501-941-11 Antenna 2 X-3374-024-1 Case (lower) 3 X-3374-025-1 Plate, battery assy 4 3-018-366-01 Screw torx 2.0 x 6 5 3-015-723-01 Screw torx 1.8 x 16 6 3-015-724-01 Sim holder 7 3-015-725-01 Cover ringer 8 1-759-436-21 Ringer 9 1-475-287-21 Jog dial 10 1-572-688-22 Switch key lock 11 8-719-053-07 Led (sml310mtt86) 12 X-3374-026-1 Case (upper) 13 1-505-702-11 Speaker 14 3-015-741-01 Ear piece 15 1-542-329-11 Micropho

Summary of the content on the page No. 11

English Printed in Belgium Sony Customer Relations & Service Europe 1997.10 9-948-423-10 European Technical Support Published by ETS 12

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