Motorola IDEN I470 user manual

User manual for the device Motorola IDEN I470

Device: Motorola IDEN I470
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Date of adding : 2014-07-09 13:59:08
Number of pages: 40
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i370XL/i470
(4.2)
Motorola
iDEN
Digital
Portable
Getting Started
GETTING STARTED
i370XL/i470

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T able of Contents INTRODUCTION Your Portable.............................................................................1 Feature Locator ........................................................................2 Battery .......................................................................................4 Charging Your Battery .........................................................4 Attaching Your Battery ........................................................4 Detaching Y

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T able of Contents PRIVATE CALL Making a Private Call ..............................................................17 Direct Entry Method...........................................................17 Scroll Method.......................................................................17 Alpha Method.......................................................................17 Receiving a Private Call ..........................................................18 Call Alert™ ............

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Introduction Introduction Your i370XL/i470 Portable Your i370XL/i470 portable has features to keep you in contact with anyone at anytime. Its features make it the most versatile communication device on the market today. The main features are: s Phone s Group Call s Private Call s Message Mail s Voice Mail s Fax/Data (i470 only) This guide explains the features most people use every day. We describe these features as they were set up by Motorola. Your

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Introduction FEATURE LOCATOR 1. Antenna 2. Earpiece 16. Volume Control Keys 3. Alphanumeric 15. Push-To-Talk Display (PTT) Button 4. Option Keys 14. MENU Key 5. Scroll Keys 13. LED MENU Pwr/END Mode SEND 6. SEND Key 12. Power/END ABC DEF 1 2 3 Key 7. Mode Key GHI JKL MNO 4 5 6 11. Alphanumeric PQRS TUV WXYZ 7 8 9 Keypad 0 8. Group/Private 10. Speaker Speaker Key 9. Microphone 2 GETTING STARTED i370XL/i470 Introduction

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Introduction Introduction 1. Antenna - Extend for optimal signal. 2. Earpiece - Use to listen during phone calls and Group/Private low-audio communication. 3. Alphanumeric Display - A four-line display, providing up to 12 characters per line. 4. Option Keys - Lets you select the option that appears directly above the key on the fourth line of the display. 5. Scroll Keys - Lets you scroll through options and lists that appear in the top three lines of the display, such as

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Introduction BATTERY Charging Your Battery You should charge your portable battery for at least 16 hours before initial use. This allows your battery to achieve its maximum capacity and life. Place the unit in the charger as illustrated. You can also place the porta- ble in the charger with the battery attached. Attaching Your Battery Engraved Arrows Attach the charged battery to your portable by aligning the battery with the engraved arrows on the portable.

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Introduction Introduction DISPLAY ICONS Display icons appear along the top of your display and show the following: Signal Strength Indicator Shows the signal strength. Calls and messages may not be sent or received in weak signal areas. Six bars indicates the strongest signal. Battery Strength Indicator Shows the remaining charge in your battery. Three bars show full charge. The indicator will flash when you have less than five minutes of talk time. Voice M

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Introduction POWERING ON Pwr/END Press until a set of icons and squares appears on your display (for a description of the icons, see page 5). “Please Wait” is displayed while the unit is registering on the system. PPPPlllleeeeaaaasssseeee WWWWaaaaiiiitttt Pwr/END The LED indicator located next to the button shows the in-service states of your portable: s Flashing red.............Registering s Solid red...................No service s flashing green.........

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Introduction Introduction MODE Press Mode to switch between Phone, Group, and Private Call modes. Your display will appear similar to the following default screens for the Phone, Group, and Private Call modes when your portable is In Service. If the word Ready does not appear after the mode name in the display, your unit is Out of Service. Phone Mode PPPPhhhhoooonnnneeee RRRReeeeaaaaddddyyyy SSSSppppdddd#### MMMMaaaaiiiillll Group Call Mode GGGGr

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Introduction MENU Each mode has several menu options, e.g. Speed Dialing in Phone Mode, Area selection in Group Mode, and Call Alert in Private Mode. PPPPhhhhoooonnnneeee RRRReeeeaaaaddddyyyy These menu options appear in the last line of your display. SSSSppppdddd#### MMMMaaaaiiiillll MENU OPTIONS Selecting Press the Option Key located under the displayed menu option that you wish to select. Scrolling MENU Use the key to scroll through the features in each

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Phone Phone PHONE Mode Press until “Phone Ready” appears on your display. PPhhoonnee RReeaaddyy PPhhoonnee RReeaaddyy SSppdd## MMaaiill SSppdd## MMaaiill This is known as Phone Mode and lets you place phone calls. Incoming phone calls may be received from any mode (Phone, Group, Private). MAKING A PHONE CALL There are four methods of entering a phone number: Direct Dial, Scroll, Speed Dial, and Alpha . Direct Dial Method 1. You can make a phone call by dialing the number u

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Phone Speed Dial Method 1. Press the key under “Spd#”. 2. Enter the assigned speed dial number (1-99). 3. Press SEND to place the call. Pwr/END 4. Press to hang up. Alpha Method MENU 1. Press the key until you see the “Alpha” menu option on the last line of your display. 2. Press the key under “Alpha”. 3. Press the numeric key with the first letter of the name. 4. Press or to scroll through the list. 5. Press SEND to place the call. Pwr/END 6. Press to hang up. AUTOMATIC REDIAL If you e

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Phone Phone CALL FORWARDING Incoming phone calls may be forwarded to any number you specify. Selecting a Call Forward Number You can select the number by directly entering the number using the alphanumeric keypad, using the scroll keys to select the number, or by using Alpha Search (See pages 9 and 10 for more information). Unconditional Call Forwarding 1. Within Phone Mode, press MENU until you see “Forwd” on the last line of your display. PPhhoonnee RReeaaddyy PPhhoonnee RReeaaddyy F

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Phone Conditional Call Forwarding You may also want to forward your calls only if your unit is busy (Busy), there is no answer (NoAns), or you cannot be reached (NoRch). Note: Unconditional Call Forwarding must be turned off before Conditional Call Forwarding options are available. 1. Press under “Forwd”. 2. Press MENU until you see “Busy” and “NoAns” on the last line of your display. Press MENU again to see “NoRch”. 3. Press under the desired option. 4. Select the number wh

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Phone Phone 2. Press under “Hold” to place the second call on hold and return to the first call. Pressing “Hold” will toggle you between the two calls. C C C Ca a a al l l lll l l 1 1 1 1-- - -HH H Ho o o oll l ld d d d HH H Ho o o ol l l ld d d d Pwr/END 3. Press to end the active call. CALL HOLD “Hold” appears as an option on your display only while you are on an active call. You may make a second phone call by placing the initial call on hold. 1. Press unde

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Phone PHONE LIST PROGRAMMING You can add up to 99 numbers to your phone list, store them with names or aliases, and assign them to speed dial numbers. ABC 0 1. Press , , 2 , . 2. Press under “Ok”. 3. Select the type of edit you want to perform: ADD • To add a new entry press under “Ok”. EDIT • To edit an existing number, press once and then press under “Ok”. ERASE • To erase an existing number, press twice and then press under “Ok”. 4. Enter the number and press under “Store”. 5.

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Group Call Group Call 8. When you have entered all the new numbers that you want, press under “Exit”. 9. Press under “Exit”. GROUP CALL A Group Call is an instant communication between you and others in a selected talkgroup. A talkgroup is a pre-defined set of individuals who share a common communication need. Talkgroups appear on your dis- play as names or numbers, e.g. SALES, SERVICE, ELECTRI- CIANS, Talkgrp10. MAKING A GROUP CALL Mode 1. Press until “Group Ready” is dis- playe

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Group Call RECEIVING A GROUP CALL No action is necessary to receive a Group Call as long as your unit is idle (not engaged in an active Phone or Private Call). Any communication activity within the talkgroup you’ve selected will cause your unit to automatically switch into Group Mode and receive the transmission as long as your portable is powered on. GROUP/PRIVATE SPEAKER Your portable lets you choose to hear the audio through the ear- piece or the speaker in Group and Private modes. If th

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Private Call Private Call PRIVATE CALL A Private Call is a one-to-one communication between two individuals instead of a talkgroup. Each unit is identified by a name or number up to 5-digits in length. MAKING A PRIVATE CALL Direct Entry Method Mode 1. Press until you see “Prvt Ready” on your display. This is the Private Call default display. PPPPrrrrvvvvtttt RRRReeeeaaaaddddyyyy 2. Enter the Private Call ID of the person AAAAlllleeeerrrrtttt MMMMaaaaiiiillll you want to r


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