Kyocera Mita FS-1900 user manual

User manual for the device Kyocera Mita FS-1900

Device: Kyocera Mita FS-1900
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Date of adding : 2014-06-13 13:57:26
Number of pages: 60
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QCP 800/1900
USER GUIDE
Kyocera Wireless Corp.
10300 Campus Point Drive
http://www.kyocera-wireless.com
80-B6675-1EN, Rev. -

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This manual is based on the production version of the QCP 800 and QCP 1900 phone. Software changes may have occurred after this printing. QUALCOMM reserves the right to make changes in technical and product specifications without prior notice. The products and equipment described in this documentation are manufactured under one or more of the following U.S. Patents: 4,901,307 5,056,109 5,099,204 5,101,501 5,103,459 5,107,225 5,109,390 5,193,094 5,228,054 5,257,283 5,265,119 5,267,261 5,267,262 5

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CONTENTS Introduction ............................................................5 Highlights ............................................................5 Important Information........................................6 Getting Started .......................................................7 Sliding Earpiece ..................................................7 Display Indicators .............................................10 Using the Battery..............................................11 Turni

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Menu Feature....................................................... 32 Main Menu ........................................................32 Menu Access Method ........................................32 Shortcut Menu Access Method .........................33 Menu Item Descriptions ...................................33 Paging, Messaging, and Voice Mail................. 40 New Message Alert ...........................................41 Viewing Pages and Messages ...........................42 Voice

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INTRODUCTION Highlights Congratulations on your purchase of the QCP 800 or QCP 1900 phone. It is an easy-to-use, versatile, and dependable phone which provides many unique features including: • Large, easy-to-read, 4-line backlit text display with an additional line for informative icons • 20-button lighted keypad • Menu-driven interaction with prompts • Inherent call privacy through CDMA encoding • Slide-up earpiece that extends for placing/ receiving calls which retracts for minimum size, max

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Important Information Caution Any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this document could void your warranty for this equipment and void your authority to operate this equipment. Warning Only use the batteries, antennas, and chargers provided by QUALCOMM. The use of any other type will invalidate the warranty and may be dangerous. FCC/IC Notice The phone may cause TV or radio interference (i.e., when using the telephone in close proximity to receiving equipment). The FCC/IC can re

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GETTING STARTED This section includes drawings of the important phone parts and instructions on getting your phone powered up and ready to use. Sliding Earpiece The earpiece moves up and down. It must be up to use any of the phone’s features including making calls. When the earpiece is down, the keypad is locked and you will see a lock icon. You will hear the phone ring (if the phone is on) but must raise the earpiece to answer the call. This feature allows you to keep the phone on, and in your

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Front View of the Phone 8

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Front View Description 1 Red Light lights when power key is pressed and when there are incoming calls and messages. 2 Volume/Scroll let you adjust the volume and scroll Keys through the menus. 3 Lock Icon indicates that the keypad is locked because the earpiece is down. 4 Smart Key border and word that defines the Name Indicator current operation of the Smart Key . 5 Smart Keys™ are used in context with the text display. The current operation of a Smart Key is defined by the word above it on the

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Display Indicators Display indicators are located at the top of the display. Different indicators appear based on the phone’s operating mode. Digital Indicates that you are Indicator receiving a digital signal. Signal Indicates current signal strength. More lines means better signal strength. No Service The phone is not receiving a signal from the system. In Use The call is in progress. No Icon The phone is in standby. Roaming The phone is outside of its home area. Text There is a text message M

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Using the Battery The phone comes with a rechargeable battery pack. The battery pack is shipped with approximately 50% capacity so you can use it immediately after purchasing the phone. Remember to charge the battery as soon as possible in order to maximize the talk time and standby time. Installing the Battery Remove the battery cap before installing the battery. 1. Press down on the battery release latch and simultaneously slide the back cover down and out. 2. Place the battery pack into the o

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4. Replace the back cover by sliding it up toward the battery release latch. Removing the Battery 1. Turn the power off; Otherwise, you may lose stored numbers and messages. 2. Press down at the battery release latch and simultaneously slide the back cover down and out. 3. Hold the battery pack at the bottom right corner and pull up and out at a 45° angle. 12

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Turning the Phone On and Off Turning On Make sure that the charged battery pack has been installed in the back of the phone or that you have external power (using the cigarette lighter adaptor or car kit). 1. Raise the earpiece. 2. Press for a few seconds until the red light at the top of the earpiece is lit. Turning Off 1. With the earpiece raised, press for a few seconds until “Powering Off” is displayed. 2. Release . 3. Lower the earpiece. When the power is off, nothing displays on the scre

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Antenna Raise the antenna for best voice quality. 14

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Charging the Battery The battery charge level is shown at the top right of the display. When the battery charge level becomes low, the low battery sensor will alert you by displaying the screen icon and sounding an audible tone. If the battery level becomes too low, the phone will switch off and any function in progress will not be saved. Batteries may be charged using the standard QUALCOMM desktop charger, optional travel charger, or cigarette lighter adaptor. Using the Desktop Charger Warning:

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BASIC FUNCTIONS Function Keys The following keys perform these functions when pressed during most procedures: Clears characters from the screen. Press once to erase one digit or character. Press and hold to erase all digits. When in a menu, press once to go back one level and press and hold to go back to the standby display. Disconnects a call. Also exits all the way out of a menu back to the phone’s most basic standby display without changing the setting. Provides hyphens, and hard or timed

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Making a Call First, check that your phone is on. The display indicators should be visible on the screen. 1. Raise the earpiece. 2. Enter the phone number. 3. Press . If the phone is locked, the number is restricted, or there is another problem, you will see a help message. 4. Press or lower the earpiece to disconnect the call. Correcting Dialing Mistakes Press to erase one digit at a time. Press and hold for at least one second to delete all digits or letters. Getting Your Own Phone Number

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Receiving Calls Your phone must be on to receive calls. The earpiece may be up or down. If the earpiece is down: Raise the earpiece. Or if the earpiece is already up: Press any key (except or the volume keys) to answer. To disconnect the call: Press or lower the earpiece. Call Waiting Your service provider may offer call waiting. When you are in a call, you may hear two beeps indicating another incoming call. 1. Press to access this call. 2. Press again to toggle between the two callers. Thr

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Redialing Calls Redialing Last Outgoing Number 1. Press to redial the last outgoing call. Redial Last Ten Calls You can redial any of your last ten calls through the call history list. See the Phone Book section. Adjusting Volume The volume keys on the side of the phone can be used for three different functions: • Adjusting earpiece volume when you are in a call • Adjusting ringer volume when you first raise the earpiece • Scrolling through menu items when you are using the menus or phone book

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Saving and Editing Emergency Numbers 1. Press under [MENU]. 2. Press for Security menu. 3. Enter the lock code. The lock code is typically set to either 0000 or 1234 as a default. 4. Press for Emergency #. 5. Press under [EDIT] to make changes to the first emergency number. or Press under [NEXT] to see the next emergency number. Signal Strength The quality of the call depends on the signal strength in your area. The phone displays the current strength as a number of bars next to the signal


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