Notice Téléphone portable Sonim XP1

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Sonim XperienceOne (XP1)
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Users Guide
Copyright © 2006 Sonim Technologies, Inc. SONIM, Sonim Xperience, Sonim Xtend and the Sonim logo are trademarks of Sonim Technologies, Inc. Other company and product names may be trademarks or registered trade-marks of the respective owners with whom they are associ-ated.
The symbol of the crossed-out wheeled bin indicates that within the countries in the European Union, this product, and any enhancements marked with this symbol, can not be disposed as unsorted waste but must be taken to separate collection at their end-of-life.
Declaration of Conformity Sonim Technologies Inc, declares that the mobile phone Sonim Xperience One  XP1 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Contents
General information.......................................... 1 Network services............................................... 1 Sonim support information................................. 1 Use the guide effectively.................................... 1 Options commonly used across menu items ........ 2 Your safety guidelines ...................................... 3 Getting started.................................................. 4 Battery information ........................................... 4 Battery care ................................................ 4 Insert and remove the battery ..................... 4 Charge the battery ...................................... 4 Set battery alert .......................................... 5 Your SIM card................................................... 5 Insert the SIM card ..................................... 5 Remove the SIM card .................................. 6 Key operations without your SIM card .......... 6 Parts of the XP1 phone ...................................... 6 XP1 keypad ................................................ 7 Standby mode .................................................. 7 Operations in standby mode ........................ 8 Basic settings.................................................... 8 Keypad functions .............................................. 9 PTT quick start .................................................. 12 Get started ....................................................... 12 PTT functions at a glance .................................. 12 PTT settings ..................................................... 13 PTT display icons .............................................. 14 Create a PTT contact......................................... 15 Create a group.................................................. 16
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Copy existing contact information....................... 16 Make a one-to-one call ...................................... 16 Dial in a PTT call ......................................... 16 Make an unplanned group call ........................... 17 Make a group PTT call ....................................... 17 Accept a PTT invitation ...................................... 17 Block incoming PTT calls.................................... 18 View PTT call log............................................... 18 Copy phone book contacts to PTT list ................. 18 Your XP1 phone ................................................19 Main menu ....................................................... 19 Home screen indicators ..................................... 19 Settings............................................................ 20 Ringer settings............................................ 20 Phone settings ............................................ 21 Network settings ......................................... 21 Manage the phone book .................................... 23 Add a new number...................................... 23 Send a namecard ........................................ 24 Edit or delete phone records ........................ 24 Copy or move numbers to other lists ............ 25 Manage personal information ....................... 25 Phone book memory ................................... 25 Store the IP service number......................... 25 Make calls .........................................................27 Dial a number ................................................... 27 Dial an international number .............................. 27 Dial a number via phone book............................ 27 Dial a number via the call list menu .................... 27
Speed dial .........................................................28 Receive a call ....................................................28 Forward a call ....................................................29 Call barring........................................................29 Call waiting........................................................29 Auto redial ........................................................30 Auto answer ......................................................30 Filter calls..........................................................30 Black list calls ..............................................30 White list calls .............................................31 Call filter settings .........................................31 Other call settings ..............................................31 Review call information ......................................32 Push-to-Talk..................................................... 33 PTT settings ......................................................33 PTT configuration.........................................33 Automatic logon...........................................33 General settings...........................................33 Audio settings..............................................34 Connection settings......................................34 Reject list ....................................................34 Manage your PTT contacts..................................34 Block contacts..............................................34 Create contacts............................................35 Copy contacts from phone book ....................35 Send a PTT invitation ...................................35 Modify contact information ...........................35 Delete a contact...........................................35 Manage PTT groups ...........................................35 Block contacts..............................................36 Create a new group .....................................36
Import a group ............................................36 Rename a group ..........................................36 Edit group information..................................36 Delete members from a group ......................37 Delete a group.............................................37 Using chat groups ..............................................37 Block contacts .............................................37 Create a chat group .....................................37 Rename a chat group ...................................37 Edit/view chat group information ..................38 Delete a chat group .....................................38 View PTT logs....................................................38 Outgoing calls list.........................................38 Answered calls list........................................39 Missed calls list ............................................39 Delete a list .................................................40 Make PTT calls...................................................40 Make calls from the PTT contacts list .............40 Make calls from the PTT calls list...................40 Make calls from the main menu calls list ........40 Make calls from the group list .......................41 Make unplanned group calls..........................41 Responding to an invitation ................................42 Messages .......................................................... 43 Message settings ...............................................43 Text input mode ................................................43 Conventional text input ................................43 Predictive text input .....................................44 Write messages .................................................44 Send an SMS via phone book ..............................45 Manage your messages ......................................45
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Inbox ......................................................... 45 Unsent messages ........................................ 46 Sent messages............................................ 46 Predefined SMS messages ........................... 46 View SMS memory ...................................... 46 Broadcast SMS ............................................ 46 Voice mail........................................................ 47 Tools ................................................................. 48 Organizer ......................................................... 48 Create new event entries ............................. 48 Edit organizer entries .................................. 49 Delete entries ............................................. 49 Alarm clock....................................................... 49 Calculator ......................................................... 49 Audio recorder .................................................. 50 Audio playback............................................ 50 Stopwatch ........................................................ 50 Count-down timer ............................................. 50 Universal time................................................... 51 WAP .................................................................. 52 Personalizing your phone ................................. 54 Themes ............................................................ 54 Managing your files ........................................... 55 Index................................................................. 56
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General information
Congratulations on the purchase of a Sonim Xperience One  XP1 mobile phone. The Sonim XP1 phone is fully compliant with the recently ratified Open Mobile Alliance (OMA) PoC standard specification. It has an intuitive, fea-ture-rich user interface that allows you to switch between Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) functions and other applica-tions on your XP1 phone. Network services
These are additional services that you can avail through your network service provider. To make the best of these services, you must subscribe to them through your service provider and obtain instructions for their use from your ser-vice provider. Sonim support information
For additional product and support information, visit www.sonimtech.com. Use the guide effectively
Acquaint yourself with the terminology used in the guide to help you use your phone effective
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Press
Select
Means to press and release a key immediately. For example, Press 2 means that you press the key on the keypad that is labeled with the numeral 2 and the alphabets ABC.
Means to either press the Left or Right Selection Key to choose the respective option displayed at the bottom of the screen. For exam-ple, if this guide says SelectMenu >Messages>SMS>Write message, you must press the Left Selection Keyto select Menu, scroll to Messages and press the Left Selection Key, scroll to SMS and press the Left Selec-tion Key, scroll to Write message and press the Left Selection Key. To selectExit, press theRight Selection Key.
Press and hold
menu options
Select Menu
A menu item suffixed with three dots ()
Means to press and hold a key for 23 seconds before releasing the key. This action is typically used when trying to switch on/off the phone or when using shortkeys to access specific functions. For eg. press and hold1to access Voice mail.
These options are displayed at the bottom of the screen. The selec-tion keys are used to accomplish the indicated option.
Means to press the Left Selection Key to select the Menu option or press theMenukey (center) for the same result.
Means more options are available but only one has been mentioned in the guide.
Options commonly used across menu items
The following are common actions are used across various menu items:
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Exit
Clear
OK
Displays the previous screen. The Right Selection key is used to perform this function.
Deletes data character by character. The Right selection key is used to perform this function.
Confirms an action. The Left Selection Key or the Menu key is used to perform this function.
Your safety guidelines
Please read and understand the following safety guidelines before you use the phone. These guidelines provide details to
Do not to use the phone at a refueling point. Observe restrictions when using radio equip-ment at fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress. Electrical interference may obstruct the use of your phone.
Switch off your cellular phone when in an air-craft. Wireless phones can cause interference or danger to an aircraft.
Do not expose the battery to high temperatures (in excess of 60°C).
The symbol of the crossed-out wheeled bin indicates that within the countries in the Euro-pean Union, this product, and any enhance-ments marked with this symbol, can not be disposed as unsorted waste but must be taken to separate collection at their end-of-life. Ensure that only qualified personnel install or repair your phone.
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enable you to operate your phone safely and conform to any legal requirements regarding the use of cellular phones.
Adhere to road safety laws. Do not hold/use a phone while you are driving; find a safe place to stop first. Do not speak into a hands-free micro-phone while you are driving. Observe restrictions in hospitals and near medical equipment.
Avoid using the phone in close proximity to per-sonal medical devices, such as pacemakers and hearing aids.
Use only Sonim XP1 approved charging equip-ment to charge your phone and avoid damage to your phone.
The Sonim XP1 is water-resistant, dust-resistant and rugged. However, it is not water-proof, dust-
proof or incapable of being broken if dropped or thrown. For best results one should protect the XP1 from moisture, dust and strong impacts.
Make back-up copies of important information stored in your phone or maintain a written record.
Getting started
Battery information
Battery care Use only an XP1 certified battery, charger or any other accessories that are designed for this phone model. use of other batteries, chargers and accessoriesThe may void the warranty terms of your phone and cause damages. Do not subject the battery to extreme temperature environments and protect it from moisture. Please keep the battery out of the reach of children. Insert and remove the battery 1. With the back of the phone facing you, turn the bat-tery cover knob counter-clockwise, to open the battery cover (as shown in the figure).
Open the battery cover
2. Lift the flap that covers the battery. 3. Insert the battery flush into the battery slot such that the three metallic contacts at the top of the battery are aligned with the metallic contacts within the battery compart-ment. 4. Place the cover back and turn the battery cover knob clock-wise to lock the battery cover. 5. To remove the battery, lift the flap behind the phone and raise the lower end of the battery from the slot. The battery can now be removed. Charge the battery
Lift the battery cover
The battery delivered with your mobile phone is not fully charged. We recom-mend that you charge your mobile for four hours before you use your mobile phone for the first time. 1. Insert the charger plug into a 220V AC power outlet. 2. Align the charger connector with the USB socket at the bottom of the phone and insert it.
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Insert battery
Charge battery
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If the battery is being charged whenOnor, pressMenukey to select the checkbox beside the phone is switched off, only the bat- Battery alert to activate the alert. tucdeirhsreapy)rl.igaceyWoednh,detw(nhiatetshhsmtehheboesaswtmatigeenresytshCeahoagemsadpCbjlheaateecreengdnitfnisugsig-fipyllFYohroonemuroreoninSofpaImrgeMa54tiocnaonralderts, refer Personalizing your displayed. If the battery is being charged while the phone is Purchase a SIM card from your mobile operator. Your SIM switched on, you will notice that the bars in the battery card stores your phone number and user registration infor-cbchhaatatrreggreeydiicstohbneeibnagttcehrsyahrobgwaerds.mooAnfvtetehrmetehndetisippnlhdaoiycnasettiionspgfstuchllryaotlltihneg.rpmehamotinaoienn.ntTuhhemebseaSrImMaen.cdarudsecranrebgiestursaetidoinninafnoyrmGaStMionphaolnwea.ysYourYou can disconnect the charger from the phone.Insert the SIM card psAtfootwepreirtthjisaectckohtadhirasgtcinoisgnnepearcsotycetthsosephcluahasgrbgaeenrgd.uIunfn,pptlohusegsi.oblnely,uwsaeyato12..iELninfststruturhecetitbohanetstperhreyofencreoviIsenrssaewrinttdcahrneeddmrooefvfm.eotvheetbhaettbeartyt.eFroyronTip:cttehetSBUocsoTorpfromvibrationektfotehpohen3.Ple4.pagMISdrace-caehtsideatgnniethohleaccehtardgddeusrionlgttse,sdsiantitghrepco able the vibrate function and use the ringing lower end of the phone. function instead if you wish to leave your
phone on, while the battery is being charged.
Set battery alert
When you set the battery alert, you get an indication when the battery charge is low. 1. To set the battery alert selectMenu>Quick set-tings>Normal>Personalize>Battery alert>
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