Instruction/ maintenance manual of the product CDM-8200 Audiovox
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WELCOME Thank you for choosing the up-to-date CDM-8200, our new model, developed by top researchers to support the IS-95B system through Qualcom-manufactured MSM 3100 chips and CDMA technologies. This product allows for high speed communication services, such as web browsing and data & fax services.
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 CHAPTER 1. BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE ............................... INSIDE THE PACKAGE .................................................................................. HANDSET DESCRIPTION ........
TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 2 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 CHAPTER 4. MENU FUNCTION .................................................... PHONEBOOK .........................................................................................
TABLE OF CONTENTS BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE C H 1 5 4 This chapter provides important information about using the CDM-8200 including: Packing List Handset Description Installing, Charging and Removing the Battery Chapter 1 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 SEND TO .
HANDSET DESCRIPTION C H 1 This package should include all items pictured below. If any are missing or different, immediately contact the retailer where you purchased the phone. 7 INSIDE THE PACKAGE C H 1 6 Handstrap User Manual Desktop Charger Handset Standard Battery Volume Button Adjusts the volume of earpiece and ringer.
C H 1 DISPLAY INDICATORS 9 C H 1 THE FUNCTION KEYS 8 Press to make or receive a call. WEB Press to scroll through the items and adjust volume up/down. These are on the left side of the phone. Press to terminate a call or exit a current page, and turn the phone on/off.
C H 1 1 Connect the adapter into the desktop charger and plug it to the standard AC wall outlet. BATTERY CHARGING POWER CONNECTION 11 C H 1 BATTERY INSTALLATION 1 u Place the battery on the back of the handset and slide into place. v Push the battery down until it locks into place.
l The red LED indicates charging is in progress. l The green LED indicates charging is completed. C H 1 13 C H 1 1 Detach battery from handset and place in charger. CHARGING THE BATTERY ONLY BATTERY LIFE (FOR NEW BATTERY) 12 The operating time is subject to your handset usage and configuration.
MEMO BASIC OPERATION This chapter addresses and explains the basic features of your phone including: Accessing the Menu and Menu Options Making and Answering a Call Placing Emergency.
ACCESSING THE MENU C H 2 Your phone can be customized via the menu. Each function can be accessed by scrolling with the navigation keys or by pressing the number that corresponds with the menu item. 1 In the standby mode, press [ ] to access the menu.
MENU SUMMARY MENU SUMMARY C H 2 19 C H 2 18 1 : PHONE BOOK 2 : SETTING 3 : TONE 4 : TIMER 5 : SPECIAL 1 : CALL LOGS 2 : BY LOCATION 3 : BY NAME 1 : AUTO RETRY 2 : AUTO ANSWER 3 : ONE-TOUCH 4 : VOI.
BASIC FUNCTIONS BASIC FUNCTIONS C H 2 You can dial or save a phone number with pauses for use in the automated systems where you need to enter a pin number, a social security number, and so on. This feature is convenient if you are linked to ARS (Advanced Record System).
BASIC FUNCTIONS BASIC FUNCTIONS C H 2 Notifies you of an incoming call when you are on the phone by making a beep sound and displaying the caller’s phone number on the screen. CALL WAITING FUNCTION 1 Press [ ] to answer the other call. This places the first call on hold while answering the second call.
DURING A CALL MAKING AN EMERGENCY CALL C H 2 Automatically transmits your phone number to a pager during a call without manually entering the number. SENDING YOUR NUMBER TO A PAGER 1 When connected to a pager and asked to enter your phone number, press [ ][ ].
MEMO MEMORY FUNCTIONS This chapter addresses memory functions including: Storing Phone Numbers Entering Letters, Numbers and Characters Making Calls Through a Phonebook Chapter 3 C H.
STORING A PHONE NUMBER ENTERING LETTERS, NUMBERS & CHARACTERS C H 3 The input mode indicator appears on the upper right of the display when letters and numbers are entered. Press [ ] upwards to select the desired input mode among the 4 modes below, then enter letters and numbers you want.
ENTERING LETTERS, NUMBERS & CHARACTERS ENTERING LETTERS, NUMBERS & CHARACTERS C H 3 The T9 input mode incorporates a built-in-dictionary to determine a word based on the entered characters. A word can be entered more quickly by pressing a key once per character.
ENTERING LETTERS, NUMBERS & CHARACTERS MAKING A CALL THROUGH THE PHONEBOOK C H 3 NUMERIC MODE 1 Press [ ] until the “Symbol mode” is on. 33 C H 3 32 1 Press [ ] until the input mode changes to the Numeric mode. 2 Press a digit key to enter a number.
MEMO MENU FUNCTION This chapter addresses menu functions including: Phonebook Settings Tone Timer Special Alerts Data Service Change System Chapter 4 C H 4 3.
Press [ ][ ][ ][ ]. PHONEBOOK PHONEBOOK C H 4 1 Press [ ][ ][ ][ ]. ANSWERED CALLS Details include date, time, and phone number of answered calls. Details include date, time, and phone numbers of dialed calls. 37 1 Press [ ][ ][ ][ ].
PHONEBOOK PHONEBOOK C H 4 Retrieves a phonebook entry by name or its character string and simply makes a call by pressing [ ]. Press [ ][ ][ ]. Press [ ] to dial the searched number. Enter a name or its character string and press [ ] to sort out and display the searched names in alphabetical order regardless of letter case.
SETTING C H 4 Dials a phone number with one touch of the location number. ONE-TOUCH DIALING 1 Press [ ][ ][ ]. 2 Select “Yes” or “No” with the scroll key. Press [ ] to save. Enhances voice privacy and the level of encryption your call is sent is sent over the network.
SETTING SETTING C H 4 43 C H 4 The LCD display contrast can be controlled in 7 levels. LCD CONTRAST 1 Press [ ][ ][ ] then the navigation key to adjust the LCD contrast for better view. 2 Press [ ] to save. Selects the language displayed on screen.
TONE TIMER C H 4 45 C H 4 Checks the talk time and manages your calls within the limit you set. The four timers include: Displays talk time of last call. LAST CALL 1 Press [ ][ ][ ]. Displays talk time of all incoming and outgoing calls, excluding web access calls.
SPECIAL SPECIAL C H 4 47 C H 4 46 1 Press [ ][ ][ ]. 3 Press [ ] to exit and return to the initial display. 2 Press [ ] / [ ] to use the stopwatch. Press [ ] to start or stop. Press [ ] for Split/Split Release /Initial/Previous.
SPECIAL ALERTS C H 4 49 C H 4 48 Sounds an alert every minute of a phone call. 1 Press [ ][ ][ ]. 2 Select “On or “Off” with the navigation key and press [ ] to save it. Sounds an alert when leaving a service area and entering a roaming service area.
ALERTS DATA SERVICE C H 4 51 C H 4 50 RECEIVE MODE FLOW CONTROL Press [ ][ ][ ]. Select one from (INACTIVE/DATA/FAX) with the navigation key and press [ ]. INACTIVE : In use of the phone DATA : For use of data FAX : In use of a fax Controls data flow when data service is received.
CHANGE SYSTEM CHANGE SYSTEM C H 4 Selects the Preferred System. PREF SYSTEM 1 Press [ ][ ][ ]. 2 Select one of the following options (Automatic A/Automatic B/Home Only) with the navigation key and press [ ]. 53 Automatic A : Scan the radio channels based on the Automatic A setting.
MY NUMBER SECURITY FEATURES This copy addresses security features including: Locking the Phone Changing Your Password Restricting Your Phone Clearing the Memory Chapter 5 C H 5 55 C H 4 54 To display your phone number: CHECKING MY NUMBER 1 Press [ ][ ].
LOCKING YOUR PHONE CHANGING YOUR CODE C H 5 Prevents others from using your phone without permission. When locked, the menu cannot be accessed. AUTO LOCK 1 Press [ ][ ] and enter your password. Then press [ ]. 2 Select one of the following options (Power On/ Off/On) with the navigation key and press [ ].
CHANGING YOUR BANNER RESTRICTING YOUR PHONE RESTRICTING YOUR PHONE C H 5 Changes the banner that displays on the screen. It can be a maximum of 16 characters. CHANGE BANNER 1 Press [ ][ ] and enter your password. Then press [ ]. 2 Select an input mode by using [ ].
RESTRICTING YOUR PHONE RESTRICTING YOUR PHONE C H 5 Blocks access to, and protects data in your phonebook. 1 2 Select “Allow” or “Restrict” with the navigation key. 3 Press [ ]. MEMORY 61 RESTRICT : Restrict access to the phonebook. ALLOW : Allow access to the phonebook.
CLEARING YOUR MEMORY CLEARING YOUR MEMORY C H 5 Clears all phonebook entries. CLEARING THE PHONEBOOK 1 Press [ ][ ] and enter your password. Press [ ][ ]. 2 Select “Yes” or “No” with the navigation key. Press [ ]. The default password is the last 4 digits of your phone number.
CLEARING YOUR MEMORY VOICE MAIL AND TEXT MESSAGE This chapter provides information on Voice Mails and Text Messages including: Sending Messages Inbox Functions Outbox Functions Settings Filing Messages Erasing Messages Chapter 6 C H 6 65 C H 5 64 Clears airtime used for roaming calls.
WHEN A NEW MESSAGE ARRIVES SEND NEW C H 6 67 C H 6 66 1 The following display appears when a new message arrives. 1 Press [ ][ ]. The screen displays the number of new voice mails in your voice mailbox. Press [ ] to access your voice mailbox.
SEND NEW INBOX C H 6 69 C H 6 68 3. EDIT MESSAGE 1 Press [ ] to change the text message. 2 Input a new text message and press [ ]. 4. PRIORITY 1 Press [ ] to send an urgent message. Select “Normal” or “Urgent” with the navigation key and press [ ].
INBOX OUTBOX C H 6 71 C H 6 70 Message? Abc SMS Test1 9 Send to 123 3. FORWARD 1 Press [ ] to forward the text message. Input a phone number and a text message. Message Saved in ‘filed’ folder 4. SAVE 1 Press [ ] to save the received text message in the “Filed” Folder.
OUTBOX SETTINGS C H 6 73 C H 6 72 Message Saved in ‘filed’ folder 4. SAVE 1 Press [ ] to save the sent text message in the “Filed” folder. Cause_code : XX Error_class : XX 5. STATE 1 Press [ ] to display the state of the sent message.
SETTINGS FILED C H 6 75 C H 6 74 DELIVERY ACK 1 Press [ ][ ]. 2 Then press [ ]. Select “Yes” or “No” with the navigation key. Press [ ] to save. AUTO ERASE 1 Press [ ][ ]. 2 Press [ ]. Select “Inbox” or “Outbox” with the keypad.
ERASE MESSAGES WEB BROWSING This chapter addresses using your phone to access the Internet. Please contact your service provider for more information on web browsing. Chapter 7 C H 7 77 C H 6 76 ERASE MESSAGES 1 Press [ ][ ]. 2 Press [ ] to erase the inbox messages.
START INTERNET BROWSER BROWSER MENU C H 7 79 C H 7 78 RELOAD 1 Press and hold [ ], then press [ ] to reload the current page. ACCESS THE INTERNET 1 To start your Internet browser and access web sites through your wireless handset, press and hold [ ].
BROWSER MENU BROWSER MENU C H 7 81 C H 7 80 1 Press [ ] to display the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of the current page. The URL is the address of a website. SHOW URL 1 Press [ ] to change your home page. When you start the web browser, the page will be launched as a home page.
BROWSER MENU SAFETY AND WARRANTY This chapter addresses Safety and Warranty issues including: Antenna Care Driving and Talking on the Phone Use Around Electronic Devices Precautions SAR Information FDA Consumer Update Chapter 8 83 C H 7 C H 8 82 1 Press [ ] to clear the history of viewed pages and to start a new session with UP.
SAFETY INFORMATION FOR WIRELESS HANDHELD PHONES SAFETY INFORMATION FOR WIRELESS HANDHELD PHONES 85 C H 8 C H 8 84 Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.
SAFETY INFORMATION FOR WIRELESS HANDHELD PHONES SAFETY INFORMATION FOR WIRELESS HANDHELD PHONES 87 C H 8 C H 8 86 The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of six (6”) inches be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.
SAFETY INFORMATION FOR WIRELESS HANDHELD PHONES 89 C H 8 C H 8 88 PRECAUTIONS Your Handheld Portable Telephone is a high quality piece of equipment. Before operating, read all instructions and cautionary markings on (1) AC Adaptor (2) Battery and (3) Product Using Battery.
SAR INFORMATION SAR INFORMATION 91 C H 8 C H 8 90 THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S RE-QUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES. Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.
FDA CONSUMER UPDATE FDA CONSUMER UPDATE 93 C H 8 C H 8 92 1. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard? The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are associated with using wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless phones are absolutely safe.
FDA CONSUMER UPDATE FDA CONSUMER UPDATE 95 C H 8 C H 8 94 Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless phones are harmful. But if you are concerned about the RF exposure from these products, you can use measures like those described above to reduce your RF exposure from wire-less phone use.
PROTECT YOUR WARRANTY 12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY C H 8 97 C H 8 96 Read your Warranty carefully, with the special consideration to paragraph seven of the Limited Warranty for your unit. “Warranty does not apply to... or to any product or part thereof which has suffered through alteration.
12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY C H 8 98 THE EXTENT OF THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PROVIDED ABOVE AND, IN NO EVENT, SHALL THE COMPANY’S LIABILITY EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID BY PURCHASER FOR THE PRODUCT.
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