Motorola i2000plus user manual

User manual for the device Motorola i2000plus

Device: Motorola i2000plus
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Date of adding : 2013-04-14 13:59:01
Number of pages: 114
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Motorola
®
iDEN
Digital Multi-Service Data Capable Phone
i2000plus User’s Guide
@NTN9487A@
NTN9487A

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Patent and Trademark Information Patent and Trademark Information This product is protected under one or more of the following patents: 4817157, 4896361, 4857928, 5041793, 5060294, 5066923, 5134718, 5140156, 5239963, 5257411, 5287387, 5265219, 5289504, 5316168, 5317247, 5338396, 5389927, 5406588, 5424921, 5457376, 5460906, 5551063, 5557079, 5596487, 5615412, 5638403, 5559468, 5469465, 5170413, 5140615, 5519730, 5241544, 5584059, 5574992, 5396656, 5487091, 5533004, 5299199, 5343499, 5369501,

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Contents Contents CONTENTS Patent and Trademark Information............................ i Wireless Phone Safety Tips....................................... viii Welcome ....................................................................... 11 Setting Up Your i2000plus Phone for Use................................ 12 TTY Access............................................................................... 12 Large Print Manuals.................................................................. 12

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Missed Call Indicator ................................................................ 30 What Is My Phone Number?..................................................... 31 VibraCall® Alert....................................................................... 31 Selecting VibraCall Alert for All Incoming Calls and Messages........................................................................ 32 Selecting VibraCall Alert for Individual Services................ 32 Setting the Ringer Volume.....

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Contents Sending a Call Alert ............................................................. 56 Receiving a Call Alert .......................................................... 56 Call Alert Queuing ............................................................... 57 Clearing or Queueing a Call Alert........................................ 57 Responding to a Queued Call Alert...................................... 57 Quickstore of Private IDs.........................................................

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Audio Adapter........................................................................... 80 Using the Audio Adapter...................................................... 80 Attaching/Detaching the Earpiece Microphone ................... 80 Removing the Audio Adapter.............................................. 80 Hands-Free Car Kit .................................................... 81 Using the Hands-Free Car Kit................................................... 82 Dash Mount Holder......

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Contents Limited Warranty Motorola Communication Products (international) .............................................................. 99 Owner’s Information................................................. 103 Private Number Directory .................................................. 104 Talkgroup Directory ........................................................... 104 European Union Directives Conformance Statement.................................................................... 105 In

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Wireless Phone Safety Tips “Safety is your most important call!” Your Motorola wireless telephone gives you the powerful ability to communicate by voice--almost anywhere, anytime, wherever wireless phone service is available and safe conditions allow. But an important responsibility accompanies that benefits of wireless phones, one that every user must uphold. When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility. If you find it necessary to use your wireless phone while behind the whee

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Wireless Phone Safety Tips 10. Call roadside assistance or a special non-emergency wireless assistance number when necessary. If you see a broken-down vehicle posing no seri- ous hazard, a broken traffic signal, a minor traffic accident where no one appears injured, or a vehicle you know to be stolen, call roadside assistance * or other special non-emergency wireless number. * Wherever wireless phone service is available. ix

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I MPORT ANT! Be sure to read “Safety and General Information” on page 85 before using your i2000plus phone. www.motorola.com x

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Welcome Welcome WELCOME ongratulations on purchasing your Motorola iDEN i2000plus multi-service, data-capable, digital, portable global phone. The C use of two state-of-the-art technologies, iDEN and GSM (Global System for Mobile communications), provides worldwide services to keep you in touch with your business and personal contacts when you travel. A removable Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card holds all your personal information, including secure Personal Identification Numbers (P

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Setting Up Your i2000plus Phone for Use Before you can use your new i2000plus phone, you’ll need to: 1. Insert the SIM card—see Page 15. 2. Attach the battery—see Page 17. 3. Turn on your i2000plus phone—see Page 17. 4. Optional: Enter a PIN for your SIM card—see Page 19. TTY Access TTY access is available on your phone. See the Wireless Data Services User’s Guide for complete instructions. Large Print Manuals A large-print version of the phone’s User’s Guide is available. For mor

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Welcome Features of Your i2000plus Phone 1. Antenna 2. Earpiece 3. Volume 13. Alphanumeric Display 14. Light Sensor 4. Push-To- Talk (PTT) 15. Option Keys Button 16. Send/End Key 5. Scroll Key 17. Menu Key plus 6. Mode Key 18. Alphanumeric Keypad 7. LED 8. On/Off 19. *Home Key 9. *Punctuation 20. *Next Key next 10. *Back Key 21. Speaker Key 11. Vibe-all Key 22. Accessory and Data Cable 12. Microphone Connector NOTE: *These features are available in the Net Mode mini-browser. (Subscription-de

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Antenna Extend for optimal signal. 1. Earpiece Listen to calls when the speakerphone 2. is off. Volume Press to adjust volume levels in 3. Control Phone, Private, and Group modes. In Buttons mail menus, press to scroll forward and backward. Push-To-Talk Transmit a Private or Group Call, or a 4. (PTT) Button Call Alert. Press and hold to talk; release to listen. (iDEN use only) Scroll Key Press the left side to scroll backward 5. or t

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Welcome Send/End Key Press to answer an incoming Phone 16. call. After entering a phone number, press to dial the call or to redial the entered phone number. Press to end Phone calls. Menu Key Press to scroll through menu options. 17. Alphanumeric Enter telephone numbers, Private Call 18. Keypad IDs, and alphanumeric characters. * Press to return to the mini-browser 19. Home Key Home menu. * Press to display the next word choice 20. Next Key in the mini-browser (within T9 Text

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3. If the battery is attached, Latch remove it. For information, see “Detaching the Battery” on page 17. 4. Slide the latch to the left position and open the SIM card holder. Latch 5. If you have a full-size SIM card, gently punch out the mini SIM card. 6. Position the cut corner of the SIM card SIM card as illustrated and holder slide the card into the holder. 7. Close the card holder and slide the latch to the right. 8. Now, you can attach the battery. See “Att

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Welcome Attaching the Battery Standard Battery 900 mAh To attach the battery to your i2000plus phone, align the battery as shown. Press down on the battery latch until you hear a click. Battery and Charging Sta- tus A low battery is indicated by a short, chirp-like sound through the speaker. The battery strength icon Latch shows the remaining charge in the Slim Battery 500 mAh battery. Three bars indicate full charge. When you have less than five minutes of talk time remaining, the in

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The second line of text on the Phone Ready screen displays the System Name, which is the name of the network providing service in the iDEN or GSM service area. If your Home carrier is an iDEN carrier, then when you are in an iDEN service area, the third line displays the local time and date. When you are in the GSM service area, the third line displays the name of your Home carrier. The LED indicator located on the front of the i2000plus phone shows the service state. See Table 1 . Table


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