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1031B55-B.fr5 Page 0 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Introduction ........................................... 1 Reading Stored Messages................ 16 Getting Started ...................................... 2 Saving Messages.............................. 17 Installing/Replacing the Battery .......... 3 Deleting Messages.............................. 18 Control Buttons ................................... 4 Deleting a Single Message ............... 18 Turning Your Pager On ..
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 1 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Congratulations on purchasing an LS350 pager. Your new pager provides exciting capabilities in messaging and can become a vital part of your business and personal life. This compact pager combines messaging and time keeping functions in a package that is convenient to carry. ™ If your LS350 has the f symbol, it uses FLEX technology. The Motorola FLEX protocol-based pagers offer extended battery life and improved paging reliabi
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 2 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Effective Use of Your Pager Your pager can help you keep in contact with everyone important to you. By giving your pager number to your business associates, family, and friends, you can be contacted whenever needed. If you have a cellular phone, give your pager number instead of your cellular number. Then you can decide who to call back on your cellular phone without paying for incoming calls. Battery Information Your pager oper
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 3 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Installing/Replacing the Battery ˚ Turn the pager off. Refer to “Turning Your Pager Off” on page 6. ¸ Locate the battery door on the back of the pager. Slide the battery door in the direction of the arrow to unlatch the battery door. ˝ Lift the battery door up to open. ˛ Remove the old battery, noting the polarity. ˇ Position the new battery so the + and - markings on the battery match the polarity diagram next to
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 4 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Control Buttons Read Button Menu Select Button Button t Menu Used to access pager menus and to turn on the backlight. r Read Used to turn the pager on, read messages, and navigate through menus. s Select Used to select pager settings and features. Also used to read additional screens of messages. 4 GETTING STARTED
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 5 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Turning Your Pager On ˚ Press r. The start-up screens are m 88 f hjlb e displayed and your pager activates the MOTOROLA power on chime (when in audible mode). ¸ Press any button to stop the alert. The unread message (home) screen m 88 f hjlb e is displayed. NEW! 1 When your pager is on and no activity m 88 f hjlb e is taking place, the Standby screen is 3!30P 07/05 displayed. The Standby screen displays the ti
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 6 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Turning Your Pager Off ˚ From the Standby screen, press t twice. m 85 f hjlb e ¸ Press and release r until PAGER OFF is PAGER OFF displayed, then press s. OFF is displayed momentarily before m 85 f ojlb e the pager shuts off, and m is removed OFF from the display. The off screen displays the time and m 88 f ojlb e date, and if the alarm is set, the alarm 3!30P 07/05 indicator. 6 GETTING STARTED
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 7 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Sending a Test Page to Yourself After you have read this guide and your pager has been activated by your service provider, send yourself a test page. Refer to “Functionality and Use of Your Pager” on page 34. Backlight In low-light conditions, press and hold t for 2 seconds to turn on the pager’s backlight. The backlight turns off automatically after the pager returns to the Standby screen. Setting up Your Pager This section
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 8 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Setting the Time and Date ˚ From the Standby screen, press t twice. m 86 f hjlb e ¸ Press and release r until SET UP PAGER SET UP PAGER is displayed. Press s. m 81 f hjlb e TIME/DATE is displayed. TIME/DATE ˝ Press s. m 85 f hjlbe FORMAT!AM/PM or FORMAT!24HR is FORMAT! AM/PM displayed. 8 TIME AND DATE
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 9 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM ˛ Press and release r until your choice of FORMAT!AM/PM (for AM/PM time), or FORMAT!24HR (for 24-hour time) is displayed, then press s. The screen used to set the time is m 85 f hjlbe displayed with the hour digit ﬂashing. TIME! 12!00A ˇ Press r until the correct hour is m 85 f hjlbe displayed, then press s. TIME! 03!00A — Repeat Step 6 to set the minutes and m 85 f hjlbe AM/PM ﬁelds (if AM/PM time was TIME! 03!30P selected abov
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 10 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM After the time has been set, the m 85 f hjlbe screen used to set the date is DATE! 07/01 displayed. Press and release r until the correct m 85 f hjlbe month is displayed, then press s. DATE! 07/05 Press and release r until the correct day is displayed, the press s. SET is displayed momentarily. m 85 f hjlbe SET 10 TIME AND DATE
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 11 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Selecting the Incoming Message Alert You can set your pager’s incoming message alert to a vibration alert or you can select one of the musical alerts. ˚ From the Standby screen, press t twice. m 82 f ojlbe ¸ Press and release r until SELECT ALERT SELECT ALERT is displayed, then press s. The current alert setting is displayed. m 82 f ojlbe ALERT VIBE Press r until your choice of ALERT AUDIO m 82 f hjlbe or ALERT VIBE is disp
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 12 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM ˝ When the desired alert is displayed, m 82 f ojlbe press s. The pager gives a sample of SELECTED your selection. SELECTED is displayed momentarily. Alert Audio The Alert Audio feature allows you to select one of the musical alerts. When Alert Audio is selected in the m 82 f hjlbe Select Alert feature the previously AUDIO 1 selected alert is displayed and sampled. 12 ALERTS
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 13 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM ˚ Press and release r until your choice of m 82 f hjlbe musical alert is displayed. The pager AUDIO 2 gives a sample of each alert as you scroll through the choices. ¸ Press s to select the alert. SELECTED is displayed and the pager m 82 f hjlbe gives a sample of the alert. SELECTED Press s to stop the alert. 13 ALERTS
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 14 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Messages Your pager can receive up to 30 messages. When a message is received, your pager alerts according to the current alert setting and m ﬂashes. Reading New Messages ˚ Press r to stop the alert and display the m 81 f hjlbe number of new messages. NEW! 2 ¸ Press r again to display the ﬁrst unread m 81 f hjlbe message. When e is present, it indicates 555-1212 that the message continues on an additional screen. Press s to
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 15 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM ˝ Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to read the next m 81 f hjlbe message. END END is displayed after the very last message is displayed. To exit from any screen while reading your messages, press t, GO)HOME is displayed, then press s. The number of unread (new) messages is displayed before the pager returns to the Standby mode. 15 MESSAGES
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 16 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Reading Stored Messages ˚ From the Standby screen, press r m 81 f hjlbe twice. The ﬁrst screen of the ﬁrst stored 555-1212 message is displayed. Note: If no messages are stored, NO MESSAGES is displayed. ¸ Press s to display the second screen of m 81 f hjlbe your message. If you want to view the 3!30P ﬁrst screen again, press s again. Press r to display the next stored m 82 f hjlbe message. If you want to display just t
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 17 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM After you have viewed all stored m 82 f hjlbe messages, END is displayed. END Note: To exit from any screen while reading your messages, press t, GO)HOME is displayed, then press s. The number of unread messages is displayed before the pager returns to the Standby mode. Saving Messages You can save important messages by moving them to the Message Folder. For information about moving, reading, and deleting messages in the folder,
1031B55-B.fr5 Page 18 Friday, April 23, 1999 3:15 PM Deleting Messages Messages that you no longer want can be deleted one at a time or all at once (delete all). Unread messages and messages that have been moved to the message folder are not deleted. Deleting a Single Message ˚ Display the message you want to delete. m 81 f hjlbe 555-1212 ¸ Press t. m 81 f hjlbe GO)HOME is displayed. GO)HOME Press r until DELETE MSG is displayed. m 83 f hjlbe DELETE MSG ˝ Press s. m 83 f hjlbe
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