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[. . . ] juillet 2003 1:49 13 Conformance Document SAGEM SA declare under its sole responsibility that the product Dual Band GSM/DCS Type B2003 conforms to the requirements of the following EEC directives: EEC Directive Safety EMC Low voltage directive Network 1999/5/CE EN 60950 EN 301 489-1 EN 301 489-7 73/23/CEE 3GPP TS 51. 010-1 v 5. 2. 0 selected with GCF-CC v 3. 10. 0 included Requirements GT01 v 4. 7. 0 TBR 19 Edition 5 TBR 20 Edition 3 TBR 31 Edition 2 TBR 32 Edition 2 EN 301 419-1 EN 301511 EN 50360 EN 50361 Health 1 251311136 My-X2 English. book Page 2 Lundi, 7. juillet 2003 1:49 13 Menus Phonebook Phonebook menu Settings Date/Time My objects Languages Networks Contrast Energy saving Shortcuts Reset settings Security Keypad locking PIN number PIN number 2 Phone code Confidentiality Operator Call barring Fixed dialling Messages Compose Inbox Drafts Options Memory WAP Picture puzzle Sounds Ring tones Vibrate Silent mode Beeps Calls Calls forwarded View last calls Counters Display number Call waiting Auto redial Answer phone number Local info Accessories Calculator Converter Alarm Timer Car kit Data Services Background Colours Wallpapers Screensavers Greeting msg 2 251311136 My-X2 English. book Page 3 Lundi, 7. juillet 2003 1:49 13 Contents Page 2 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 MENUS DESCRIPTION PRINCIPLES OF NAVIGATION HOME PAGE ACTIVATING YOUR PHONE Information on the SIM card Installing the SIM card and installing the battery Changing the cover Charging the battery Do NOT obstruct the antenna with your fingers Page 15 MY PHONE IN 5 MINUTES Getting started PIN Number Setting time and date Network First call Receiving a call Switching off Page 19 Page 21 FIRST SETTING: RING TONE Volume and ring tone PHONEBOOK Using the phonebook Phonebook menu Call groups Page 26 MESSAGES Composing messages Receiving messages Inbox Drafts Sending options Memory 3 251311136 My-X2 English. book Page 4 Lundi, 7. juillet 2003 1:49 13 Contents Page 32 WAP The WAP Menus Configuring WAP parameters WAP Logging on Downloading objects WAP Logging off Page 35 Page 36 GAMES Picture puzzle SOUNDS Volume and ring tone Vibrate Silent mode Beeps Page 38 BACKGROUND Colours Wallpapers Screensavers Greeting message Page 40 SETTINGS Date / Time My Objects Languages Networks Contrast Energy saving Shortcuts Reset Settings Page 44 CALLS Forward calls View last calls Counters Display number Call waiting 4 251311136 My-X2 English. book Page 5 Lundi, 7. [. . . ] juillet 2003 1:49 13 Background This menu allows you to customise your screen by choosing the colour, background image, animation or greeting message. Colours Background This menu allows you to display the colours you want on your mobile. Select the colour you want to see during navigation from the menus and accept. Back Select This menu allows you to display the background image you want on your mobile. Select the Wallpaper and Select (right programmable key image appears in the background of the home page. The Wallpapers Background Press the right programmable key to select this choice, or the left programmable key to return to choice. Back Select 38 251311136 My-X2 English. book Page 39 Lundi, 7. juillet 2003 1:49 13 Background Screensavers Background This menu allows you to display an animation when the telephone is in standby mode. Adjust the screensaver display time (greater than 60 seconds) and accept. For a better efficiency you can deactivate the screen saver or select the activation time to be more than every 300s. Back Select Greeting message Background This menu allows you to customise your greeting message. Enter the text that you want to see appear in the greeting message (when you switch on) and accept. Back Select 39 251311136 My-X2 English. book Page 40 Lundi, 7. juillet 2003 1:49 13 Settings This menu allows you to customise the settings of your telephone to make it as convenient as possible for you to use. Date / Time Settings This menu allows you to set the date and time of your telephone. Date: set the date by entering it directly in digital form or by using the down / up keys. Use the right key (or left ) to access the next (or last) input field. Time: same procedure as for setting the date. Back Select My Objects Settings This menu allows you to find out how much memory is available for objects. This memory is divided between your downloaded ring tones, wallpapers and screensavers. You can delete your objects to increase the memory available for new downloads. Back Select 40 251311136 My-X2 English. book Page 41 Lundi, 7. juillet 2003 1:49 13 Settings Languages Settings This menu allows you to choose your telephone's display language. If you select Automatic, the display language will be the language of your SIM card. Back Select Networks Settings This menu allows you to configure network preferences. Choose Selection to activate (automatically or manually) one of the networks accessible in the area in which your are located. Back Select 41 251311136 My-X2 English. book Page 42 Lundi, 7. juillet 2003 1:49 13 Settings Contrast This menu is used to adjust screen contrast. A test screen allows you to adjust the contrast by means of the down / up keys and enter. Back Select Energy saving This function is used to deactivate the screen backlight. By deactivating the screen backlight you increase the battery life of your telephone. WARNING: display legibility is reduced. Back Select 42 251311136 My-X2 English. book Page 43 Lundi, 7. juillet 2003 1:49 13 Settings Shortcuts This menu allows you to allocate functions to the programmable keys. [. . . ] Check that the SIM card used offers the service that you are requesting and that its validity has not expired. Try to make a call to check that the phone and the network are operational. Check and deactivate the permanent calls forwarded (permanent calls forwarded icon displayed). Avoid holding the phone with your fingers at the top of the rear cover; this creates an obstacle for the antenna located at this spot. [. . . ]

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