Sony CMD-Z5 user manual

User manual for the device Sony CMD-Z5

Device: Sony CMD-Z5
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Date of adding : 2014-10-16 13:53:13
Number of pages: 84
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3-222-028-11 (1)
Mobile Telephone
User Guide
GB
CMD-Z5
2000 by Sony Corporation

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My CMD-Z5 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. My Mobile Phone Number: Operator Customer Service Number: My SIM Card Number: (Printed on your SIM Card) My Phone's ID

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Safety Precautions • Turn off your mobile phone in places where mobile phones are prohibited including aircraft and hospitals. • Turn off your mobile phone in places where there is a possibility of fires or explosions due to electrical discharge. • Turn off your mobile phone in the presence of fuels, caustic/harsh chemicals or dust and in such locations as petrol stations. • Do not expose your mobile phone to excessive humidity and extreme temperatures, dusty places, rain or wet places and direc

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Table of Contents What's Included in Your Kit ................................... 6 Welcome to Sony Parts and Controls ................................................... 6 CMD-Z5 Attaching the Hand Strap ...................................... 7 The Basic Features of Your Phone ......................... 7 Icon Glossary .......................................................... 10 Menu Overview ...................................................... 11 Inserting the SIM Card ......................

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Messages ................................................................. 40 Menu Operations Ringer ...................................................................... 45 Schedule .................................................................. 50 Clock ........................................................................ 52 Divert ....................................................................... 55 Calculator ................................................................ 57 Cal

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Welcome to Sony CMD-Z5 Welcome to the Sony CMD-Z5 designed for use in the worldwide network of GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications). Your phone is fully equipped with the Advanced Jog Dial and a visual menu for easy access and navigation - with only one hand! What's Included in Your Kit The kit should include the following: • One mobile phone • One lithium ion standard battery • One AC adaptor • One AC cable • One desktop holder • One hand strap • This manual If one of these parts is mi

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Attaching the Hand Strap Attach the supplied hand strap to the phone as illustrated below. 12 The Basic Features of Your Phone • Flip call You can easily open the flip cover with one hand. Even if the flip cover is closed and you receive a call, you can still take the call by opening the flip cover. This feature can be set up by the menu operation. Important Opening and closing the flip cover may cause the screen to flicker, however this is not a defect. • Tag window You can still see tags on th

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Schedule The second and following events are displayed at their scheduled times. The first event for the day is displayed from the start of that day. To review the contents of the event, open the flip cover. • Advanced Jog Dial The Jog Dial provides one-handed operation navigation. “Jog Dial” in this manual is the “Advanced Jog Dial”. Display Icon Operation Function Rotate the Jog Dial clockwise Scrolls through menu or counter-clockwise options. Press the Jog Dial straight Confirms the selected

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• Phonebook You can open the Phonebook from the standby mode by rotating the Jog Dial. You can easily make a call from the Phonebook or a variety of other operations including searching by Group and saving such information as e-mail addresses. (see “Phonebook” page 28). • Memo/Answering machine In standby mode • To listen to the Voice memo — press • To record your voice — keep pressed • To open the Answering machine menu — keep pressed • To turn on your Answering machine to accept all calls w

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Icon Glossary Your phone lets you see at a glance if you have missed calls, have messages waiting and the status of options you have selected (for example if you have diverted your phone or turned the ringer off). Sony has developed the following icons to provide you with a quick overview of your mobile activity: Status Icon Explanation Icon Explanation Network not available Network signal strength (no calls possible) Battery strength (flashing=battery level low) Divert option activated Mis

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Menu Overview Press the Jog Dial from standby mode to access the Main menu: Messages Memo p40 p72 Read p40 Voice memo box p72 Create p42 Record voice p73 Settings p42 Answering machine p73 Local area info p44 Settings p60 Ringer p45 Preferences p60 Security p62 Ringer p45 Call time, cost p66 Vibra alert p49 Manner mode p49 Call settings p68 Schedule Call history p50 p58 Phonebook Calculator p57 p28 Rate conversion p57 Clock p52 Divert p55 Alarm p52 Timer p52 All calls p55 World clock p53 If not

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Getting Started Inserting the SIM Card Your SIM card contains a computer chip with your service details and phone number. The SIM card should be kept secure in the same way as a credit card. Also, do not bend, scratch or expose it to moisture, and protect it from contact with static electricity. Important To avoid corrupting the memory of the SIM card, always switch off your phone before removing or inserting your SIM card. 1 Remove the battery pack. 2 Slide the SIM card holder to the left to un

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Inserting the Battery Pack 1 Unwrap the battery pack. 2 Press the battery pack firmly into place and check that it snaps closed. To remove the battery pack First turn the power off and wait until the display goes blank. Press the battery release hook down and remove the battery. Warning • If the battery is removed from the phone at constant temperature for approx. 3 days, the clock will be reset. • Do not remove the battery pack from the phone when the power is on. Doing so may cause settings or

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3 Charge the battery independently. Make sure that the back of the battery (the side with the label) is facing towards you. Align the battery with the desktop holder and insert the battery pack all the way to the end until it is locked. To mains Charging indicator on the battery pack A red light comes on when charging starts. The light turns green, after about 3 hours, when charging is complete. But, it may vary depending on certain conditions e.g. If your phone is switched on or temperature

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Switching on Your Phone To switch your phone on/off, keep pressed. Entering PIN For security reasons, your SIM card may be protected with a Personal Identification Number (PIN), which is supplied with your SIM card. Enter your PIN with the keys (the PIN appears in code as ) and press the Jog Dial (or ) to confirm your entry. If you do not enter a PIN code, your phone will automatically switch off after approximately 2 minutes. It is possible to disable the PIN code prompt (see “Menu Operations-

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Connecting to the Network After successfully entering your PIN code, your phone searches for an available GSM network. The network search is automatic, but may take a few seconds (see also “Menu Operations-Settings-Preferences” page 60). You are ready to make and receive calls when the Network Operator's name appears on the display. The following indicates the strength of the received network signal. If the signal is very weak, there is a risk of losing service. Strong signal Weak signal No serv

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Basic Operation Making Calls The operator’s name must appear on the display and the flip must be opened in order to make a call (except emergency calls). 1 Dial the complete number of the party you want to call (including the area code even when dialling locally). 2 Press to correct any errors. Keep pressed to clear the entire number. 3 Keep the Jog Dial pressed (or press ) to call the number displayed. or Press the Jog Dial to save the number to the Phonebook. Tip • If the Auto redial optio

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Answering/Ending Calls When the flip is open, incoming calls are indicated by a ringing tone as well as the incoming call indicator icon on the display. Press the Jog Dial (or ) to accept the call. If the caller is using the Caller ID feature, the caller’s name appears on the display if the number is saved in the called person’s Phonebook. Only the number appears on the display if the number is not saved in the Phonebook. If you do not wish to answer the call, press while the phone is ringing.

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During a Call Adjusting the ringer/speaker volume When your phone is ringing, you can adjust the ringer volume by rotating the Jog Dial. During a call, you can adjust the speaker volume by rotating the Jog Dial. Rotate up to increase the volume and down to decrease the volume. Tips • During a call, use your phone as a notepad to enter a phone number. If you make a second call simultaneously, the active call is put on hold (see also “Call hold”). Even when the call is ended, the number you entere

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Call hold Call hold allows you to manage 2 calls at the same time. For example, if you are speaking to someone on your CMD-Z5 and you want to make another call, you can put the current or active call on hold in order to call someone else. Check with your Network Operator/Service Provider for details about this service. One active call 1 Press the Jog Dial backward and select Call hold. 2 Press the Jog Dial to confirm your selection. 3 Press the Jog Dial again to access the Phonebook to retrieve


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