Kyocera E4000 user manual

User manual for the device Kyocera E4000

Device: Kyocera E4000
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Date of adding : 2014-10-20 13:57:12
Number of pages: 73
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1
trademarks are the property of their
User Guide for the Kyocera
respective owners.
E4000 Phone
Copyright© 2007 Kyocera Wireless
This manual is based on the production
Corp.
version of the Kyocera E4000 phone.
All rights reserved.
Software changes may have occurred
after this printing. Kyocera reserves the 82-E3582-1EN, Rev. 003
right to make changes in technical and
product specifications without prior
notice.
The Kyocera Wireless Corp. ("KWC")
products described in this manual may
i

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2 Table of contents Safety precautions ............................ 6 Adding a new word to the T9 dictionary ........................................ 21 Phone exterior .................................. 9 T9 settings ....................................... 21 Front view ...........................................9 Entering symbols and special Description of indicators ................11 characters ........................................ 21 Rear view ..........................................1

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Table of contents 3 Dialing previous numbers ............. 26 Options menu for contacts ............ 35 Making a call from Contacts .......... 27 Messaging ........................................ 36 Making a speed dial call ................. 27 IM .....................................................36 Dialing using Messaging ........................................ 36 Speech commander ........................ 27 SMS .................................................37 Listening to voicemail ..

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4 Table of contents Internet Explorer ............................ 44 Operating files on other Bluetooth Internet Explorer® ...........................44 devices ............................................. 54 Dial-up ............................................. 54 Applications .................................... 45 GPRS ................................................55 2D barcode .......................................45 Proxy ................................................55 Adding conta

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Table of contents 5 MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS ..... 70

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6 Safety precautions Safety precautions Information for parents Please read the operating instructions and safety precautions carefully before use. Explain the content to your children and the hazards associated with using the phone. Remember to comply with legal Permanent hearing loss may requirements and local occur if you use ear- or restrictions when using the headphones at high volume.You phone. For example, in hospitals can adapt over time to a higher or while driving. volume, which m

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Safety precautions 7 You may only open the phone to All electrical and electronic replace the battery, SIM and products should be disposed of microSD Card. You must not separately from the municipal open the battery under any waste stream via designated circumstances. All other changes collection facilities appointed by to this device are strictly the government or the local prohibited and will invalidate the authorities. warranty. For more detailed information about disposal of your old

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8 Safety precautions • The initial connection between two devices, while protecting them from devices, what is called "pairing", should unauthorized use. take place in familiar surroundings. • This user manual provides important • Both devices must be able to identify procedures and information to themselves one time by using a familiarize yourself with the device. password/PIN. To ensure sufficient Please keep this manual in a safe place security, you should choose a 4-digit for futur

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Phone exterior 9 Message sidekey and the Phone exterior indicator • The LED indicator lights up when Front view there is an incoming message. Press to check the new message. • Press and hold to create a new message.The default message editor is SMS. To change the default setting, go to Start > Settings > More... > Message Sidekey. Speech command/Audio recorder button and the indicator • Press to activate Voice tag. • Press and hold to activate Speech commander. / Volume keys Press to

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10 Phone exterior Back/delete key • Press to return to the previous screen. • Press to delete the text/number just entered. • Press and hold to delete all the entered text quickly. Voice mail In Home screen, press and hold to access voice mail. ~ Number keys Asterisk key • Press to enter an asterisk (“*”). • Press and hold to activate the keypad lock. • Press to change input methods for text input. Microphone Send key (Call key) Pound key • Press to pick up incoming calls. • Press to

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Phone exterior 11 Description of indicators Rear view Power indicator Red Flash Indicates that there are new missed call(s), or the battery power is low (also indicated by the appearance of certain icons on the Navigation bar). On Charging in progress. Green On Charging is complete. Message indicator Red flash New Camera lens SMS/MMS/Email is received. SIM card holder Voice indicator Speaker Red Flash The phone is recording voices. microSD card holder USB connection socket For charger

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12 Startup Startup Removing the back cover 1. Slide to remove the back cover as illustrated. 2. Lift the cover off the phone. Inserting the battery 1. Slide the bottom end of the battery down into the bottom of the battery bay. 2. Press the top end of the battery down so that it locks in place. Inserting the SIM card You can obtain a SIM card from a mobile phone service provider when you sign on as a subscriber. When you insert a SIM card into your smartphone, you can begin using it to p

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Startup 13 Installing the back cover • Do not remove the battery while charging to avoid possible damage, e.g. Place the back cover onto the back of loss of data. your phone and slide it forward until the • It takes at least one charging- latch catches the cover. discharging cycle for the battery to reach its peak performance. • When the battery is discharged, the charging may not start immediately when you plug in the connector. Wait 2 to 5 minutes for the phone to begin charging. • Ch

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14 Startup Removing the microSD card Charging error may refer to over-current protection for the Press the microSD card to release it. charger or over-voltage protection for the battery. Try to Newly added programs cannot be replace the charger or the activated if the program files are stored battery. on the removed microSD card, however you can still see the program access in the menu of your smartphone. microSD card The microSD card gives your phone a Switching the phone on/off very

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Startup 15 search for the designated network. This Or you can set the time information search process may take a few seconds. later while synchronizing your phone with a PC. • The SIM card can be protected with a 4- 5.Press (Next) to enter a to 8-digit PIN. password if you want to protect • The SIM card will be locked if you enter access to your data and available the PIN incorrectly three times in a row. networks while using the phone. If You must then enter the PUK (Personal Unblock

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16 Startup off-line mode but you are not connected Quick list to any network (you are not available for Quick List provides quick access to incoming calls and you cannot initiate a manage the phone status and switch call except the emergency one). between different profiles. 1. Press and hold , and then select Press and hold to bring up Quick CommManager in Quick List. List. Alternatively, press and hold . Power off Switch phone off. 2. Select to disconnect Comm- Control the connectiv

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Startup 17 corresponding to the number shown Master Reset before an item, if available. Master Reset restarts the smartphone by •If you find More... in your menu list, erasing all data, programs as well as you can either press the number system settings, and thus returns to its factory default settings. shown before it, or press to 1. Select Start > Applications > Master find out more options. Reset. • Confirm the selection with . 2. You will be required to enter a default • Follow the

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18 Home screen Home screen You will enter Home screen after you have completed the first-time startup procedure. You can use Home screen to view the following information: • Date and time • Name of network operator • Most recently used programs • Upcoming appointments • Tasks that need to be completed • Current phone profile • Phone locked/unlocked status Navigation bar • On/Off for Phone carrier, Bluetooth Located at the top of the screen, the technology and Wi-Fi. navigation bar contains

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Home screen 19 Home screen icons Available icons may vary depending on the program you are running and the Battery is charging service available in your area. For example, a "G" icon is displayed if you Battery status have subscribed to a GPRS service with your SIM card and the GPRS signal is Battery low available in the area where your phone is. Alarm set Silent profile active Vibrate profile active Bluetooth technology active Wi-Fi active Wi-Fi network searching Wi-Fi connected / Line 1/

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20 Input methods Text input without T9 Input methods • Press a number key repeatedly until When an editing screen is displayed, the the required letter appears. After a current text input method is indicated brief interval the cursor will advance. in the upper right corner of the display. Example: Available text input methods may vary Press once to enter the letter depending on language version of the "a", twice to enter "b" etc. operating system. Change the language Press and hold t


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