Kyocera QCP 2035 user manual

User manual for the device Kyocera QCP 2035

Device: Kyocera QCP 2035
Size: 1,53 MB
Date of adding : 2014-06-13 13:57:26
Number of pages: 47
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80-B6426-2ES, Rev. - www.kyocera-wireless.com

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User’s Guide for QCP™ 2035 phone 5,774,496 5,777,990 5,778,024 5,778,338 5,781,543 5,781,856 5,781,867 5,784,406 5,784,532 5,790,589 This manual is based on the production version of the 5,790,632 5,793,338 D397,110 5,799,005 5,

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Resetting the phone Radio frequency (RF) energy If the screen seems frozen and the keypad does not Your telephone i

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CONTENTS 1 Getting Started. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Installing the battery . . . . . . . . . . .1 Accessories . . . . .

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1GETTING STARTED 4. Lay the keypad Installing the battery flat inside the 1. Hold the phone face faceplate. Align down in your palm with the slots in the the antenna pointing phone to the down. Place your thumb posts on the on the ridges of the faceplate, and close until they are battery door. Push down latched together. with your thumb and 5. Place the phone slide the door away from you until it face down on a flat stops (about 1/2 inch or 1.27 surface. Align

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1 Jack for Hands-free headset (sold separately) only. 8 2 Home screen. Press (item 9) to select Menu. 3 Clear key erases the last character in text entry, or returns to the previous menu. 4 Navigator key adjusts volume when in a call; scrolls 1 up, down, left, or right through lists and menus; and positions the cursor during text entry. 5 2 Send/Talk key starts or answers a call. Menu 6 Use the keypad to enter numbers, letters, or symbols. 7 Shift key changes case in text e

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Screen icons Enhanced CDMA voice privacy is on, if available from your service The following icons may appear on your provider. This icon also indicates phone screen: when you are in a secure web The phone is operating in CDMA browser session. digital mode. The battery is fully charged. The The phone is receiving a signal. more black bars you see, the You can make and receive calls. greater the charge. The phone is not receiving a Press up. signal. You cannot make or

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 Messaging Menus Accessories To view any of these menus from the Tools home screen, press to select Menu. Alarm Clock Press left or right to see different Tip Calculator menus. From any menu, press to Calculator select a menu option. Countdown Timer Web Browser Stopwatch Contacts Brick Attack  View All Messages  Add New Voice Find Name Send New  Speed Dial List  Send Preformat  Business List Text InBox Personal List  Net Alerts Info  Text OutBox Recent Calls

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Using menus To turn on the phone  From the home screen, press to Press .  and the home screen select Menu, then press left or appear when the phone is turned on right to see menus. and is ready to make or receive a call.  Press to select a menu or menu To turn off the phone item. Hold down until “Powering off”  Once you have selected a menu, press appears (about three seconds). up or down to scroll through To find

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the call. (To silence all sounds, see baseline. You can adjust the “Silence All” on page 17). volume manually during a call. – Disabled keeps the volume level To mute and unmute during a call the same unless you adjust it To turn Mute on, press . using . To turn Mute off, press to select e. Press to save the setting. UnMute. To adjust the volume To lock the keypad  To manually adjust the earpiece  To protect your phone from volume dur

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2BATTERY Your phone comes with an internal/ Power-save mode removable lithium ion (LiIon) battery. Your phone switches to power-save The battery is partially charged when you mode after several unsuccessful attempts receive the phone. Before using your to locate a signal. When the phone is in phone, fully charge the battery. Connect power-save mode, you cannot make or the AC Adapter to the proper jack on the receive calls, and “Power Save Mode” and bottom of the phone a

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condition, charge the battery to make an more power to acquire service than to analog call. maintain service.  The earpiece and ringer volume Tips for improving battery settings are high. To adjust the performance earpiece volume, see “To adjust the Before using your phone, fully charge the volume” on page 6. To adjust the battery. ringer volume, select Menu Settings The following functions may drain the  Sounds Ringer Volume, and press battery more q

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3CONTACTS Use your phone’s Contacts directory like down to select an option from the a set of phone index cards to store list: information about a person or company. – Save—Save information and Before using the Contacts directory, see return to the home screen. “Entering letters, numbers, and symbols” – Number Type—Select work, on page 13. home, mobile, pager, or fax. – Speed Dialing—Select a speed Working with contact cards dialing location from the list.

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-or- 5. Enter the new information. 6. If finished, press to select Save. If you want to continue entering information, select another option. To erase information from a contact card You can also save a phone number 1. From the home screen, select through the Contacts directory as Menu  Contacts  View All. follows: 2. Press to select a card. 1. From the home screen, select 3. Select Options to edit the entire Menu Contacts Add New. contac

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 To search a list of names, select number by entering the memory location View All, Speed Dialing List, Business and pressing . List, or Personal List. To set a speed dialing location -or- 1. Open a saved contact card.  To search for a specific name, 2. Select the phone number to assign a select Find Name and enter all or speed dialing location. part of the name. A list of matching 3. Select Speed Dialing. names appears.

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types may not be available on all phones. To speed dial  From the home screen, enter the one- Check with your service provider.) or two-digit speed dialing number and Call to press . Call from To call your voicemail number  From the home screen after receiving Three-way call a notification, press and hold your voicemail speed dialing number. ( Forwarded call is the default.) Call waiting To enable 1-Touch Dialing 1. Select Menu 

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Note—If you are sending a new or To dial from the Recent Calls list 1. From the home screen, select preformatted text message (see Menu  Recent Calls. page 30), indicates that the first 2. Select the call entry in the list, and letter of each sentence is capitalized. press to display the call detail.  To return to text entry mode, 3. Press to call the number. press . Entering letters, numbers, and To change text entry modes symbols 1. From the

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 Press a key several times to cycle To use text entry modes To enter letters in mode: through the letters and show the 1. Press the key once for the first letter, number on the key. For example, to twice for the second letter, and so on. enter a 2, press four times. 2. After the cursor moves right, enter To change language and enter special the next letter. characters To enter words in rapid text entry Your phone may sup


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