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User Guide for the Kyocera Dorado Phones Kyocera is a registered trademark of Kyocera This manual is based on the production version of Corporation. Brick Attack, Doodler, and Race 21 the Kyocera KX13 phone. Software changes may are trademarks of Kyocera Wireless Corp. have occurred after this printing. Kyocera reserves QUALCOMM is a registered trademark, and the right to make changes in technical and product BREW and BREW shop are trademarks of specifications without prior notice. The prod
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and While there may be differences between the SAR receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to levels of various phones and at various positions, exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio they all meet the government requirement for frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal safe exposure. Communications Commission of the U.S. The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization Government. These limits are part of for this model phone with al
Air bags In health care facilities—Turn your phone off in health care facilities when instructed. Hospitals and If you have an air bag, DO NOT place installed or health care facilities may be using equipment that portable phone equipment or other objects over the is sensitive to external RF energy. air bag or in the air bag deployment area. If equipment is not properly installed, you and your Potentially unsafe areas passengers risk serious injury. Posted facilities—Turn your phone off in
Use with care Radio Frequency (RF) energy Use only in normal position (to ear). Avoid Your telephone is a radio transmitter and receiver. dropping, hitting, bending, or sitting on the phone. When it is on, it receives and sends out RF energy. Your service provider’s network controls the power Keep phone dry of the RF signal. This power level can range from If the phone gets wet, turn the power off 0.006 to 0.6 watts. immediately and contact your dealer. Water In August 1996, the U.S. Feder
Battery and charger specifications Charger Input Output CV90-G2610 120 VAC / 60 Hz 5.2 VDC 400 mA CV90-G2926 100-240 VAC / 50 / 60Hz 4.5 V 1.2 A CV90-K0261 100-240 VAC / 50 / 60Hz 4.5 V 600 mA Standard Battery CV90-N5000, 3.7V / 1000mAh Extended Battery CV90-N5001, 3.7V / 1800mAh 093 453 037 Kyocera Wireless Corp. 10300 Campus Point Drive, San Diego, CA 92121 U.S.A. Visit us at www.kyocera-wireless.com To purchase accessories, visit www.kyocera-wireless.com/store vi
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Getting Started. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Using shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Installing the battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Personalizing the screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Removing the battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Creating a secure environment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Getting to know your phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Network settings . . . . . .
1GETTING STARTED Installing the battery Removing the battery Tip: Your Kyocera Dorado phone comes with a Warning: Before you remove the battery, make sure removable lithium ion (LiIon) battery. the phone is powered off. Fully charge the battery before using the phone. 1. Open the port plug. To install the battery: 1. Place the phone face down with the battery recess toward you. 2. Place the battery in the phone recess with 2. Between the phone jacks, the copper contacts there is a latch
• Never dispose of any battery in or near a fire. Charging the battery It could explode. You must have at least a partial charge in the battery to make or receive calls. Common causes of battery drain To charge the battery: • Playing games or browsing while using the Web. 1. Open the port plug. • Keeping backlighting on. • Operating in analog ( ) mode. Your phone 2. Connect the AC adapter to switches between modes to find the best signal. the jack on the bottom of To set your phone to ope
Getting to know your phone Volume control button adjusts the earpiece or loudspeaker volume. 1 Home screen. 2 Left softkey accesses menus and functions or press to silence an 3 incoming data call. 4 Back key erases characters in text entry. Returns to previous screen or turns on the flashlight. Send/Talk key starts or answers calls. 5 Keypad for entering numbers, letters, or symbols. 6 * Shift key changes the text mode in text entry. Locks the keypad. 7 Flashlight you can turn on by pressing
Port Plug attached to phone, lift up to disclose phone jacks. 16 Jack for AC adapter (included) . 17 Latch releases the phone’s rear cover. 18 19 Jack for hands-free headset and data cable (sold separately)* . Warning: Inserting an accessory into the incorrect jack will damage the phone. Access Recent Calls list: Press and hold Performing basic functions down. Turn the phone on and off: Press and hold Launch the browser: Press and hold left. until the phone beeps or plays a tone. Access y
Using menus The contents of the main menu are as follows: Recent Calls Messages Settings Tools & Games Web Browser* TM* All Calls New Text Msg Silent Mode Brick Attack Connects to Internet TM* Incoming Calls Voicemail Keyguard Race 21 Phone Info TM* Outgoing Calls InBox Sounds Doodler Platform Missed Calls Browser Alerts* Display Voice Memo Your Number Erase Call Lists Sent* Convenience Scheduler SW Version All Calls Timer OutBox Voice Features* Alarm Clock PRL Version Home Calls Timer Saved Mes
(blinking) The phone is sending Understanding screen icons high-speed data. These icons may appear on your phone’s home (blinking) The phone is receiving screen and the external LCD. high-speed data. The phone is operating in IS2000 (1X) High-speed data service is available, digital mode. ut the phone is dormant. The phone is operating in The phone is at the home screen. IS95 digital mode. To access Menu, press . The phone is operating in Analog The phone is at the home screen. (FM) mod
2MAKING AND ANSWERING CALLS If the number is stored in your Contacts directory, Making a call the contact name also appears. Make sure you are in an area where a signal can be 1. Press to answer the incoming call. received. Look for on the home screen. Note: The more bars you see in this symbol, the -or- stronger the signal. If there are no bars, move to Press to answer the incoming call and turn where the signal strength is better. on the speakerphone simultaneously. 1. Enter the phone
1. Press to answer the call and turn on the 1. When a call comes in, press to select speakerphone simultaneously. “ Speaker is Hold Call. The caller is placed on hold and ON” displays on the screen. hears your recorded hold message. - or - 2. To speak to the caller, select Answer. Press to turn on the speakerphone at any - or - time during a call. To hang up without speaking to the caller, To turn off the speakerphone, press . select End Call. Changing the hold message Setting the phone to
3. Highlight a recent call and press to Setting missed call alerts select Options. You can set an alert to beep every five minutes after you have missed a call. – Save adds the phone number to the Contacts list. 1. Select Menu → Settings → Sounds → Alerts → Missed Call Alert. – Send Msg allows you to send a text message to the phone number. 2. Select an option: – Erase erases the selected call record. – Vibrate, Beep, Freeway!, Game!, Bloop, Winner!, and Zilofon! sets the phone to Note:
Speed dialing Setting up voicemail Before you can use speed dialing, you must save a Before your phone can receive voicemail messages, phone number as a contact and assign it a speed you must set up a password and record a personal dial location. greeting with your service provider. All unanswered • To add a speed dial location to a saved or new calls to your phone are then automatically contact, see “Customizing a phone number” on transferred to voicemail, even if your phone is in page 19
Note: You can set the phone to beep or vibrate every • To lock the keypad, press and hold . five minutes to remind you that you have a voicemail • To unlock the keypad, press to select message. See “Setting message alerts” on page 31. Unlock then press . Calling emergency services Changing the keyguard setting Regardless of your 3-digit emergency code 1. Select Menu → Settings → Keyguard. (911, 111, 999, 000, etc.), your phone operates as 2. Highlight an option. described below. – Guard Now
2. Press to select OK after reading the Understanding roaming message. Setting an alert for roaming 3. Select Disabled or Enabled. The phone can alert you when you roam outside of your home service area. Tracking calls 1. Select Menu → Settings → Network → You can track the number and duration of calls made and received on your phone. Roam/Svc Alert. 1. Select Menu → Recent Calls. 2. Select an option and press . – When no svc alerts you with three tones 2. Select a timer: decreasing in pit
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