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Mobile Phone for the GSM Network
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Congratulations... Ericsson’s mobile phones are produced to meet high How to deal with phone calls and all the features quality standards and are marked with the sym- available to you before, during and after a telephone and thank you for buying the GA628, a product spe- bol. conversation. cially suited for the user who wants an Ericsson mo- bile phone a little bit out of the ordinary but with the This manual introduces you to your mobile phone and How to personalize and set up the phone to meet
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use Read this information before using your portable phone General ommendations, and international exposure standards, manual to see if you may change the antenna yourself. such as: If so, use only an Ericsson approved antenna. Other- Since its introduction in the mid 1980s the portable wise, take your phone to a qualified service centre for • CENELEC European phone is one of the most exciting and innovative prod- repair. ucts ever developed. With it, you can st
Most modern electronic equipment, for example, Power Supply Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are of- equipment in hospitals and cars, is shielded from RF ten, but not always, clearly marked. They include fuel- • Connect AC (Power supply) only to designated energy. However, RF energy from telephones may af- ling areas, such as gas stations, below deck on boats, power sources as marked on the product. fect some electronic equipment. fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, and
Table of Contents Guidelines for Safe and Using Phone as Scratch Pad 9 Diverting Calls 17 Efficient Use i Diverting Your Calls 17 Sending Tone Signals 9 Viewing Status of Call Divert 17 Checking Time of Calls 9 Your Phone 1 Cancelling Call Divert 17 Calling Line Assembly Instructions 2 Identification (CLI) 9 Protecting Your Keypad, Assemble and Charge 2 Handling Two Calls 9 Phone and SIM Card 18 Inserting SIM Card 2 Locks 18 Navigating the Attaching Battery 3 Menu System 11 Keypad Lock 18 The Ch
About Call Cost 26 Receiving Area Information 23 Two Line Service 25 Cost Limit Option 26 Area Information 23 Selecting a Line 25 Activating the Different Settings for Each Line 25 Your Phone and Area Information 23 Personalizing Names for the Accessories 28 Adding a Code 23 Two Lines 25 Front Panel 28 Erasing a Code 23 Handsfree Equipment 28 The Call Time/Call Cost 26 Changing a Code 23 About Duration of Calls 26 PC-Card 28 Viewing Calling Information 26 Other Networks 24 Index 29 Selecting a N
1 R1B 1352/x 126 LZT Your Phone 1. The parts list corresponds to Figures 1 and 2: 1. Antenna 3. 2. Status light 2. 12. 3. Beeper 11. 4. Earpiece 4. 5. Display 6. Keypad 7. Microphone 8. Charging connector 9. Battery 10. SIM Card holder 11. Phone clip holder 5. 12. External antenna connector 10. 6. 9. 8. 7. Figure 1. Front view of your phone. Figure 2. Semi-back view of your phone.
Assembly Instructions This chapter describes how you assemble the phone, what the SIM Card is, and how you handle the battery. Assemble and Charge Inserting SIM Card Removing SIM Card 1. Make sure the battery is removed. • Insert the SIM Card. Insert the SIM Card into the SIM Card holder as de- 2. Lift up the SIM Card holder as described in scribed in Figure 3 and lock the holder. • Attach the battery. Figure 3. Make sure the cut corner of the SIM Card is placed as • Connect the charger to the p
3 R1B 1352/x 126 LZT Connecting and Disconnecting Charger Attaching Battery The Charging Function Have the battery attached to the phone and connect Place the battery on top of the phone and push until When the battery is low a warning signal will sound the charger as described in Figure 5. The flash symbol you hear a click (see Figure 4). and the empty battery icon in the display will start to on the charger plug must be facing upwards. flash. The indicator light at the top of the phone will To
Connecting Charger to Mains Changing the Front Panel 2. Pull out the front panel from the phone. Plug the charger into a mains socket. The phone now It is very important that the phone always is used with starts to charge the battery and you can see the battery a front panel. This will prevent dust and dirt to get into meter in the display move while charging. the phone which will reduce the phone’s functionality. Charging the Battery The Raised Front Panel Markings When you connect the charger
5 R1B 1352/x 126 LZT 3. Insert the pegs at the bottom of the front panel into der a SIM Card from a GSM service provider. The the recess in the phone by carefully bending the SIM Card is a computer circuit that keeps track of front panel and pushing it towards the display. Be your phone number, the services that you have or- The Battery and the careful not to bend the front panel too much since it dered from the service provider, and your phone book SIM Card may break. information. The Battery T
Turning On the Phone and General Information This chapter describes the display information you receive from your phone when you use it. Turning On the Phone The Display When a network is found, the indicator light on top of 1. Press and hold down the NO key until you hear a Your phone display will help you to: the phone flashes green once every second and the click. The display will prompt you to enter the PIN standby display is shown (see Figure 6). • Verify that you are dialling correctly. (t
7 is line corresponding the SIM diverted when your the lit on to ringing. information. remaining. is lines correspond is area power icon two arrows phone or more The have The the message means active. you active. when text call. bars si when divert sound short a more 2 show a will a in or only has signal received engaged strength 1 icons phone Signal ring have are battery line These the Ring no you you current Line Whether activated. Card. Divert That line. Silent That Letter That Phone That B
Making and Receiving Calls Making a Call 2. Enter the country code, area code (without any 1. Enter the area code and phone number. The phone leading zero) and the phone number. Receiving a Call number is shown in the display. 3. Press YES to make the call. When you receive a call, the phone rings and the indi- If the number is longer than 12 characters, the be- cator light on the top of the phone blinks green rap- ginning of the number will be shown as an arrow idly. The display shows Answer? (
9 R1B 1352/x 126 LZT Useful Information while Talking This chapter describes how you can change the volume of the ear piece, use the display as a scratch pad, send DTMF tones, check the duration of the current call, show or hide your phone number (CLI – Calling Line Identification) and handle two calls simultaneously. Changing Volume Checking Time of Calls Hiding Your Phone Number If your subscription includes showing your phone while Talking When you start a call (incoming or outgoing), the air
Activating the Call Wait Function Switching Between Two Calls Receiving a Third Call • Press*43# followed by YES. • Press YES to switch between the two calls. If you are engaged in one call and have a second one The display will say Please Wait followed by ON. on hold, you may receive a third call. You will hear a tone in the ear piece and CallWait is shown in the Ending the Current Call and Return to display. Deactivating the Call Wait Function the Held Call • Press#43 # followed by YES. 1. Pre
R L R L Navigating the Menu System This chapter describes how you navigate through the menu system to get maximum use of your phone. The Menu System Select: Scrolling to a menu and then press YES. When you reach the desired menu, press YES to Enter: Keying in letters or numbers from the You control the functions of your phone by a menu choose the menu. Use the / keys until you reach keypad. system. the function or setting you want. Then, in the same Some menus have submenus that have individual
Menu Overview LRecallNameR L Ring Vol R L Store R L Info... R L ReadMm R LMissedCallR L SendMm... R LDivertLineR L Networks R L AreaMm... R LSettings...R L Locks... R 12 LZT 126 1352/x R1B
Creating Your Own Phone Book This chapter describes how you can store phone numbers both on your SIM Card and in your phone’s own memory. The Phone Book number and then pressing YES. You should, therefore, If you have selected a position number that is already save positions for 1–9 for important numbers. You can store phone numbers both on your SIM Card occupied, Overwrite? Is displayed. Press YES to and in your phone’s own memory. The difference be- overwrite or NO to return to the position nu
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