Kyocera 5100 Series user manual

User manual for the device Kyocera 5100 Series

Device: Kyocera 5100 Series
Size: 0,77 MB
Date of adding : 2014-10-20 13:57:12
Number of pages: 51
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User Guide for the Kyocera 5135 Phone 5,757,767 5,757,858 5,758,266 5,761,204 5,764,687 5,774,496 5,777,990 5,778,024 5,778,338 5,781,543 This manual is based on the production version of the 5,781,856 5,781,867 5,784,406 5,784,532 5,790,589 Kyocera 5135 phone. Software changes may have 5,790,632 5,793,338 D397,110 5,799,005 5,799,254 occurred after this printing. Kyocera reserves the right to 5,802,105 5,805,648 5,805,843 5,812,036 5,812,094 make changes in technical and product specificatio

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FCC/IC Notice using standard operating positions specified by the FCC with the phone transmitting at its highest This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: Although the SAR is determined at the highest (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, certified power level, the actual SAR level of the and (2) this device must accept any interference phone while operating

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on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display Potentially unsafe areas Grant section Posted facilities–Turn your phone off in any facility when after searching on FCC ID posted notices require you to do so. OVFKWC-5135. Additional information on Specific Aircraft–FCC regulations prohibit using your phone on a Absorption Rates (SAR) can be found on the Cellular plane that is in the air. Turn your phone off before Telecommunications and Internet Associ

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when on a call and push it in when the phone is not in Radio Frequency (RF) energy use. Avoid dropping, hitting, bending, or sitting on Your telephone is a radio transmitter and receiver. the phone. When it is on, it receives and sends out RF energy. Your service provider’s network controls the power of Keep phone dry the RF signal. This power level can range from 0.006 If the phone gets wet, turn the power off immediately to 0.6 watts. and return it to the dealer for service. In August 19

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CONTENTS 1 Getting Started. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 4 Sending and Receiving Text Messages . . 23 Installing the battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Sending a new text message . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Getting to know your phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Retrieving a text message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Understanding screen icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Erasing text messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27 Performing basic fun

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1GETTING STARTED This document describes the Kyocera 5135 trimode Charging the battery phone, with CDMA digital service at 800 MHz and The battery is partially charged when you receive 1900 MHz, and analog service at 800 MHz. your phone. You must have at least a partial charge Your phone comes with a removable lithium ion in the battery to make or receive calls, regardless of (LiIon) battery. whether or not the charger or adapter is connected to the phone. Installing the battery To charge

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Removing the battery Caring for the battery 1. Turn off the phone by opening the flip and This section describes important safety information holding down until “Powering off” and tips for improving battery performance. appears. General safety guidelines 2. Close the flip and hold the phone face down. • Do not take apart, puncture, or short-circuit 3. Push the battery release button toward the top the battery. of the phone (a). • If you have not used the battery for more than a a month, r

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Menu → Settings → Network → Getting to know your phone Digital or Analog and choose from the options 1 Jack for Hands-free Headset (sold separately) only. available. • You are far away from a base station or cell site when in digital mode. 1 • Data cables or accessories, such as the Hands- free headset, are connected to the phone. • No service is available, or service is available intermittently. The phone requires more power to acquire service than to maintain consistent service. • The e

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1 Home screen. Press (item 3) to select Menu. 2 Navigation key (all directions) scrolls through lists and positions cursor. Also accesses shortcuts from the home screen: (up) lists recent calls; (right) turns off ringers; (down) lists contacts; (left) defines and accesses a personal shortcut. 3 OK key selects a menu item or option. 4 Send/Talk key starts or answers a call. 5 Use the keypad to enter numbers, letters, or symbols. 6 * Text key changes the text mode in text entry. 7 Fully extend

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Understanding screen icons Enhanced CDMA voice privacy is on, if available from your service provider, or These icons may appear on your phone screen: you are in a secure web browser session. The phone is operating in CDMA digital Press up. mode. If does not appear, the phone is operating in analog mode. Press down. The phone is receiving a signal. You can Press to go back or clear an item. make and receive calls. Fewer bars TM Enter text using Tegic T9® Text Input indicate a weaker

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Performing basic functions To... From the home screen... Turn the phone on Open the flip, press , and wait until the phone beeps. The phone will remain on when the flip is closed. Turn the phone off Open the flip, then press and hold until you see “Powering Off.” Make a call Open the flip, extend the antenna, enter the number, then press . End a call Press . Answer a call Open the flip. If the phone continues to ring, press . Set up voicemail Press and hold and follow the system prompts. Con

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Using menus The contents of the main menu are as follows: Contacts Tools Recent Calls Messages Settings View All Alarm Clock (Lists 15 recent calls) Voicemail Silence All Add New Tip Calculator Send New Sounds Find Name Calculator Text InBox Display Speed Dial List Countdown Net Alerts Security Phone Info Business List Stopwatch Text OutBox Call Information (Displays your phone TM Personal List Brick Attack Filed Network number for reference) Information Erase Msgs Extras Msg Settings Messagin

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2MAKING AND ANSWERING CALLS Redialing a number Making a call To redial the last number called, press twice. 1. Make sure you are in an area where the signal can be received. Open the flip and look for the Answering a call § symbol on the home screen. When a call comes in, the phone will ring or Note: The more bars you see in this symbol, the vibrate. clearer the reception will be. If there are no • To answer the call, open the flip. If the phone bars, try to move to where the reception

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Changing the way you answer Dealing with missed calls calls When you have missed a call, a “Missed” message appears on your screen and the phone may beep You can set the phone to answer immediately when (see “Setting missed call alerts,” below). The you open the flip, or to continue ringing until you message remains on the screen until the caller press . leaves a voicemail or until you open and close the 1. Select Menu → Settings → Extras → flip. Answer with Flip. • Press or to clear t

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• To cancel the alert option, select Menu → – Time—View the time of the call. Settings → Sounds → Missed Call Alert → – Number—View the caller’s number (for an Disabled. incoming call), or the number you called (for an outgoing call). Viewing recent call details – Save New—Save the number in your Details on the last 15 calls you made or received Contacts directory. are stored in the Recent Calls list. You can get – Add to—Add the number to an existing details on the caller’s name and phon

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Using 1-Touch Dialing Setting up speed dialing To dial a phone number, simply press and hold the Speed dialing allows you to quickly dial a stored assigned speed dialing location for the phone phone number by entering a one- or two-digit number. If it is a two-digit number, press the first speed dialing location. number, then press and hold the second. For 1. Open a saved contact. example, if the speed dialing number is 15, press 2. Highlight the phone number and press . , then press an

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If you see “New Message” on your screen Setting up voicemail 1. Press to select Voice. This initiates a call Before your phone can record voicemail messages, to your voicemail number. you must set up a password and record a personal 2. Follow the prompts to retrieve the message. For greeting. When you have set up your voicemail, all specific information on getting voicemail unanswered calls to your phone are automatically messages, contact your service provider. transferred to voicemail,

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2. Press to select an option: change the setting, see “Changing the way you answer calls” on page 9. – Disabled—Turn alert off. – Vibrate once—Vibrate once when message Adjusting the volume during a is received. call – Vibe & remind—Vibrate when message is To adjust the earpiece volume manually during a received, and every five minutes until you call, press up or down. open and close the flip or press . Note: To set the phone to adjust the earpiece – Soft beep once—Beep softly once w

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1. Select Menu → Settings → Network → Recent Calls Data/Fax Calls In. This timer displays the total number and duration of recent calls you have made and received since 2. Press to select an option: the last time you reset the timer. – Voice Only—Allow only voice calls. 1. Select Menu → Settings → – Fax, next call—Set the phone to fax mode Call Information → Recent Calls Timer. for the next incoming call or the next 2. Press to select Reset. This resets the timer 10 minutes. to zero

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