Motorola V.100 user manual

User manual for the device Motorola V.100

Device: Motorola V.100
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Date of adding : 2013-11-23 13:59:33
Number of pages: 88
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1036b10o.fm Page -1 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM
User's Guide
series
Personal Communicator
Model V.100
GSM900/1800 MHz
000622-O

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1036b10o.fm Page 0 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM

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  1036b10o.fm Page 1 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Introduction  Congratulations! You are now the proud owner of a Motorola V.100 Personal Communicator. Your new communicator combines advanced calling and messaging capabilities in a small compact unit that is stylish, easy to use, and will look great on you when you wear it with the holster. Your new communicator provides cool and exciting ways to keep in contact with your family, special friends, and your pals. Just review this user guide ca

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   1036b10o.fm Page 2 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM When your communicator is closed or in the holster, press }, located on the outside of your communicator, to quickly and easily answer a call. With VibraCall™, your communicator alerts you of new messages and calls with a vibration if you don’t want to disturb others, or you are in a noisy environment. You can personalize the menus by choosing the features you want readily available and store the ones you use less frequently out of sight. Se

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1036b10o.fm Page 3 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Contents Safety ............................................................ 5 Ending a Call............................................... 23 Getting Started............................................ 11 Receiving a Call.......................................... 23 Installing the SIM Card and Battery ..............11 In-Call Menu ................................................ 24 Control Buttons .............................................13 H

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1036b10o.fm Page 4 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Setting a Bookmark.......................................36 Set Message Alert Tone ...............................56 Internet Service Alerts...................................36 Edit Music Tone............................................56 Making and Receiving Calls Quick Access Setup......................................57 During a Mobile Internet Session...............36 Phone Lock...................................................57 Ending a Mo

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       1036b10o.fm Page 5 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Safety Important: Read this information before using your Personal Communicator. Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals Your Personal Communicator is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals. International agencies have set standards and recommendations for the protection of public exposure to RF electromagnetic energy. International Commission on Non-Ionizing

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  1036b10o.fm Page 6 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Operation Normal Operation - The communicator is designed to be used with a headset for talking and listening. The communicator can also be placed inside the holster, then the holster can be clipped onto your belt, pocket, handbag, or other apparel and used with the headset. Tips on Efficient Operation - Observe the following guidelines to operate your communicator most efficiently. Extend your antenna fully, if applicable. Do not touch the an

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       1036b10o.fm Page 7 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Driving Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless communicators in the areas where you drive. Always obey them. Observe the following guidelines when using your communicator while driving. Give full attention to driving--driving safely is your first responsibility. Use hands-free operation, if available. Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving conditions so require. Electronic Devices Most

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1036b10o.fm Page 8 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Hearing Aids Some communicators may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives. Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. Turn your communicat

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1036b10o.fm Page 9 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Blasting Areas To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your communicator OFF when in a "blasting area” or in areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio.” Obey all signs and instructions. Potentially Explosive Atmospheres Turn your communicator OFF, do not remove your battery when you are in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere, and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks from your battery in such areas could cause an explosion o

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1036b10o.fm Page 10 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM European Union Directives Conformance Statement This product is in conformance with the requirements of the applicable EU Council Directives. Declarations of Conformance with the requirements are located at: Motorola Ltd. European Cellular Subscriber Division Midpoint, Alençon Link Basingstoke, Hampshire RG21 7PL United Kingdom APPROVED for connection to telecommunications systems specified in the instructions for use subject to the conditions se

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1036b10o.fm Page 11 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Getting Started Installing the SIM Card and Battery Before you can send or receive messages or calls, you need to install your SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card and the battery. The SIM card that was supplied by your service provider contains your Personal Communicator’s number, service details, and memory for storing numbers and messages. Note: Some networks let you make emergency calls without a SIM card. Note: Your SIM card can be used in

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   1036b10o.fm Page 12 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM SIM Card and Battery Installation 1. Remove the battery cover. Slide Battery Battery 2. Slide the SIM card into the recess Door Lock to Compartment so that the notch in the card lines up with Open the notch in the recess. 3. Align the contacts on the battery with the contacts in the battery compartment and press downwards toward the contacts until the battery clicks into place. 4. Replace the battery cover. Note: If the SIM card is inserted

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1036b10o.fm Page 13 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Control Buttons } ] 13 13 Getting Started

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1036b10o.fm Page 14 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Press and hold to turn on or off. , Press to accept and end a call, setting, or option. ( Used to reject or cancel a call, setting, option, and to return to the previous screen. ) When in text mode, press to delete the previous character. Press to enter the Quick Access menu. $ Press to access the Main Menu. % Use to scroll through menus and text, and increase and decrease volume. ! Press to read a message. # Press to write a mes

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1036b10o.fm Page 15 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM The Display ABC123 Displays text and numbers. / Signal Strength. The more segments, the stronger the signal strength. k A call is in progress or hanging up. l Displayed when on a system other than your home system. : Home Zone. Availability depends on your service provider. Displayed when a Short Message Service (SMS) message is received. Flashes I when you have an unread SMS message, or your message storage area is full. J Displayed when

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  1036b10o.fm Page 16 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Turning On Your V.100 Personal Communicator Press and hold , until your communicator vibrates or makes a sound. Note: If the SIM card is not installed, your communicator displays a message to install one. Entering your SIM Card Personal Identification Number (PIN) 1. When prompted, enter your PIN and press (. If you make a mistake, press and release ) to remove the last character, or hold down ) to remove the multiple characters. If you enter

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      1036b10o.fm Page 17 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Tips on Using this Guide Main Access Internet The Main Menu Phone Book Your communicator’s features are accessible through the Alarm Clock Main Menu. Press % to display the Main Menu. To scroll Select? through the Main Menu, use !.Press ( to enter a Main Menu Example submenu. Menu Navigation Many of your communicator’s features are accessed by using menus and submenus for selection, change, or cancellation. Please read this section

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 1036b10o.fm Page 18 Friday, July 14, 2000 2:29 PM Exiting the Menus ) - press and hold for 2 seconds to exit any menu or screen and return to the Standby screen. Short and Extended Menus As youbecomeaccustomedtoyourcommunicator’s menus and features you use the most, you can select which menus you want readily accessible, and whichone youwanttostoreoutofview. With extended menu, all features are always displayed. When you add a feature to the short menu, it is not displayed until you choose to


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