Kyocera SS-66K user manual

User manual for the device Kyocera SS-66K

Device: Kyocera SS-66K
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Date of adding : 2014-06-13 13:57:26
Number of pages: 98
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Single Mode Iridium Handset
SS-66K
Owner's Manual
English

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Contents (The shaded services will become available in the future.) Before Use "Manner Talk" System.....................................................................................28 Introduction .......................................................................................................5 Using the In Call Menu....................................................................................28 Safety Precautions....................................................................

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Deleting Characters ........................................................................................37 3-1. Setting the Volume for Key Click, Warning, or Power-ON/OFF Tone ("Sound volume") ..................................................................................54 Phone Book 3-2. Setting the Sound Pattern ("Sound Pattern")........................................55 Phone Book Menu Map...................................................................................38 3-3. Settin

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Contents 3. Delete All Text Mails ("Erase all") ...............................................................69 Security 4. Setting Items for Transmission of Text Mails ("Settings") ...........................69 Security Menu Map .........................................................................................83 4-1. Setting the Service Centre Phone Number ("MSG Centre").................69 Setting the Security Functions ("Security") .....................................................

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Introduction Introduction Before Using Your Single Mode Iridium Handset Thank you for purchasing the SS-66K Single Mode Iridium Handset. Notes on Use Read this manual thoroughly first to ensure you use your phone safely Iridium services are not available in some countries and regions and correctly. due to communications regulations. Even inside a service area, your phone may not work if you are in The screens and illustrations shown in this manual are for explanation purposes a location that can

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General Precautions when Handling Safety Precautions Precautions when Using the Phone the Phone Unit, Battery, and Charger Before using your phone, read these precautions carefully to use the phone safely and correctly. DANGER WARNING The precautions listed here are intended to prevent injury to the phone user and others, and to prevent unintended damage to property. Only use the battery and charger (AC adapter) Do not use your phone while driving, as this is specified by KYOCERA for use with th

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Precautions when Using the Battery CAUTION DANGER WARNING When the phone is used in some types of Do not dispose of the battery by throwing it in If there are any noticeable changes in the a fire, as this could cause the battery to ignite automobile, it may affect the operation of battery while being used, charged, or stored electronic components in the car. Do not use or burst. (overheating, discoloration, deformation, etc.), Prohibited the phone if it adversely affects the safe remove the bat

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KYOCERA guarantees this product according to the guarantee specifications described in the Warranty Precautions when Using the Charger Booklet. However, Kyocera will assume no responsibility for any incidental damages resulting from any inability to transmit or receive calls or messages due to breakdown, malfunction or any other failure of this product. DANGER CAUTION If your phone needs to be repaired, any data stored within it may be lost or corrupted. Keep backup copies of all Always use the

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Your Phone and Its Environment Using Your Phone Efficiently and Safely Using Your Phone Responsibly Inadequately protected electronic equipment may be Using your phone in the most efficient manner will improve Safe use of the phone is your responsibility. Careless affected by radio waves. This interference can lead to the performance of your phone, reduce radio emissions handling of the phone can result in harm to others and accidents. Listed below are the most dangerous situations and reduce ba

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Organization of This Manual q Before Using Your Phone Provides basic information you need to know before using your phone, including information about accessories, SIM cards, and charging the battery. w Basic Telephone Operations Describes your phone’s basic operations, including making and receiving calls. e Call Waiting Describes menu operations for handling an incoming call during another call. r Multiparty Calls Details various menu operations such as holding a call and swapping between two

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Accessories The components listed below are provided as accessories. n The following optional accessories are available for use with this product. Accessory names and designs are subject to change without notice. Name Appearance Qty Phone 1 AC Charger Battery (AC-S100) (BP-S100) (Cables are included which comply with the country standard) Battery 2 AC Charger (Cables are included 1 which comply with the country standard) Personal Hands Free DC Charger (EM-S100) (DC-S100) Separate 1 Vibrator Kit

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Overview of Features and Controls This section identifies each part of your phone. 12 Before Use n

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q Extendable antenna !1 Power/Hang-up key ( ) When using the phone, fully extend this antenna and bend it so that Ends the call. Holding down this key for 3 seconds or more turns the top section is vertical to the ground. Also, make sure there are the power on and off. no obstacles above or around you. During a call, do not touch the antenna. (See page 16.) !2 Selector key ( ) Toggles the Up/Down key function (between function selector and w Earpiece speaker volume control) during a call. e LCD

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Display Items on the LCD Panel This section describes each item displayed on the LCD panel. t Remains on when the Message Memo feature is turned on. The icon blinks when the memory is full. y Indicates that the alarm has been set. The icon remains on when the alarm has been set. 12345678901234 u Indicates that your phone is inside a service area. 12345678901234 12345678901234 12345678901234 i Indicates the incoming signal strength. Soft1 Soft2 Soft1 o Shows the function of soft key 1. Display v

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Using Software Keys Operations of LEDs Your phone has two soft keys. Press these keys to execute their LED Start of LED operation End of LED operation respective functions displayed on the LCD panel. Incoming call The red LED blinks and the Call answered. backlight blinks. In this manual, pressing a soft key is indicated as Text mail The red LED blinks End of 1 cycle follows: posted Menu Press . End of Text mail memory Text mail The red LED blinks memory full overflow warning display Power on

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About the antenna To ensure optimum communication performance when using your 4. Bend the top of the antenna to the right or left until it stops. phone, extend the antenna as described below. If you bend it to the right, the antenna will lock in position. 1. Grasp the top of the antenna. Bending to the right. Bending to the left. 2. Extend the top half of the antenna. CAUTION! • Do not use excessive force. Doing so may damage the antenna. • When replacing the antenna, first bring the top section

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Battery and Charging Removing the Battery Charging the Battery CAUTION! CAUTION! Always switch off your phone before removing the battery. Failure to do If you charge the battery in a foreign country, check the voltage in that so may cause the phone to malfunction. country and adjust the voltage of your charger (AC Charger) as required before charging. 1. Release the battery lock lever on top of the phone. 1. Insert the battery firmly in the phone. Battery lock lever Battery release lever 2. Sl

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Battery and Charging (cont.) Unlock CAUTION! Power outlets vary from country to country. Use the plug provided for use in the particular country. Lock Spare battery l This indicator shows the charging status when the battery mounted on the AC charger is to be charged (charging requires 3 to 4 hours). Lamp blinking: charge in progress Lamp lit: charge completed AC charger l This indicator shows the charging status when the battery mounted on the phone is to be charged (charging requires 3 to 4 h

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SIM Card About the SIM Card To use your phone, you must insert a valid SIM card. The SIM card is supplied by your Iridium service provider. The SIM card contains Iridium Network subscription information and your personal information such as your subscription ID number and your phone number. It also contains the authentication commands required to access the Iridium Network. The SIM card usually cannot be read unless a valid password (PIN1 or PIN2) is entered. Card holder CAUTION! • Your Iridiu

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How to Attach the Grip Belt Separate Vibrator Using a grip belt can help you hold the phone. The separate vibrator will vibrate when it detects incoming or outgoing calls. It also vibrates when the phone is accessing the network, for example when settings are being updated. To ensure you can feel it 1. Fasten the grip belt screw on the top of the phone using a coin. clearly, always carry the vibrator on your belt or another location in close contact with your body. CAUTION! The battery (AAA siz


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