Pantech gf100 User Manual

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SPECIFICATION
SPECIFICATION
Display
Melody 
Dual color STN LCD both Main & Sub.
Main LCD 65536 .....:  STN Color Display (128 X 128)
Sub LCD 65536............:  STN Color Display (96 X 64) 
animation message, variable icon
64 Poly Orchestra Music Bell Sound
Dual loudness speaker
82.4*44.4*23  mm with Slim Battery
85g with Slim Battery
Dimension & Weight
Talk Time: up to  210 minutes (with standard Battery)
Standby Time: up to  200 hours (with standard Battery)
Performance
Chinese (Simplified, Traditional), English
AOL Tegic Solution T9
GSM 900MHz / DCS 1800MHz / PCS 1900MHz Triple Band
Operating Frequency
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Summary of Contents of user manual for Pantech gf100

  • Page 1: SPECIFICATION

    SPECIFICATION Display Dual color STN LCD both Main & Sub. Main LCD 65536 .....: STN Color Display (128 X...

  • Page 2: FOR YOUR SAFETY

    FOR YOUR SAFETY FOR YOUR SAFETY For your safety and proper operation of the mobile phone, please read the...

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    FOR YOUR SAFETY FOR YOUR SAFETY User Guide Using Your Phone Properly Do not allow another person to use...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS SPECIFICATION ...............................................................................................1 Call Info..................................................................................................................53 FOR YOUR SAFETY .........................................................................................2 GPRS Info ..............................................................................................................55 COMPONENTS ..............................................................................................10...

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS MEMO APPENDIX.....................................................................................128 FOR YOUR SAFETY AND PROPER MAINTENANCE .................................129 TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................................................130 BATTERY USE ..............................................................................................133 SAFETY INFORMATION ..............................................................................134...

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    COMPONENTS HANDSET DESCRIPTION The pictures shown below are for general user reference only. Individual items of the * For...

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    INTERNAL LCD (MAIN LCD) FUNCTION KEYS There are two LCD displays: internal and external LCDs. One displays only icons...

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    QUICK START QUICK START In order for you to use the phone the first time, you must follow the...

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    QUICK START Charging the Battery GETTING STARTED STARTED Your phone is powered by a charged Li-ion battery. Use only...

  • Page 10: COMPONENTS

    TURNING YOUR PHONE ON MAKING A CALL Press and hold the [ ] key to turn your phone on....

  • Page 11: HANDSET DESCRIPTION

    ENDING A CALL ADJUSTING THE EARPIECE VOLUME Press the [ ] key to cancel or disconnect a call or...

  • Page 12: INTERNAL LCD (MAIN LCD)

    INPUTTING CHARACTERS AND NUMBERS To input a number, select the keypad associated with the number. To input characters, you must...

  • Page 13: FUNCTION KEYS

    SPEED DIALING MAKING AN EMERGENCY CALL There are two ways to make a call from the idle screen. The...

  • Page 14: QUICK START

    PHONE BOOK SHORTCUT CALL WAITING You may move directly to the Phone Book menu from the idle (A subscription...

  • Page 15: Installing the Battery

    DURING A CALL (OPTIONS DURING A CALL) HOW TO USE T9 T9 helps you enter English and Chinese characters...

  • Page 16: Charging the Battery

    T9 GUIDELINE T9 GUIDELINE T9 Input Mode: T9 input mode can vary depending on each language. For detailed information,...

  • Page 17: GETTING STARTED

    T9 GUIDELINE T9 Number and T9 Symbol MENU FUNCTIONS This is the mode for entering numbers and symbols. You...

  • Page 18: TURNING YOUR PHONE OFF

    MESSAGES MESSAGES Detailed functions of settings SMS/EMS EMS (Enhanced Messaging Service) is built upon SMS (Short Message Service) format....

  • Page 19: MAKING A CALL

    MESSAGES MESSAGES Inbox Archive 1 Choose the ‘nbox’ menu and press the [ ] key to 1 Select the...

  • Page 20: ANSWERING A CALL

    MESSAGES MESSAGES Archive menu Predefined - Loads items stored in your phone memory. (This does not appear on Picture/Message.)...

  • Page 21: BROWSING THE MAIN MENU

    MESSAGES MESSAGES Sending the message Messages stored in the SIM card Received messages are stored in the SIM card....

  • Page 22: INPUTTING CHARACTERS AND NUMBERS

    MESSAGES MESSAGES MMS - Spam filter : Sets a spam filter for MMS messages that are set as “Advertisement”....

  • Page 23: BASIC FUNCTIONS

    MESSAGES MESSAGES – Apply template : You may reorganize your current message by using stored templates. 8 Move to...

  • Page 24: MAKING AN INTERNATIONAL CALL

    MESSAGES MESSAGES 3 Press the [ ] key and choose “Select.” This option has Deleting a message the following...

  • Page 25: MISSED CALLS

    MESSAGES MESSAGES Voicemail Cell broadcasts You can connect to the voice mailbox provided by your network service provider and...

  • Page 26: LAST NUMBER DIALED/RECEIVED/MISSED

    CALL LOGS CALL LOGS With this function, you can maintain received calls, dialled calls, missed calls, clear logs, call...

  • Page 27: CALL WAITING

    CALL LOGS CALL LOGS ADD TO P-BOOK : To save a phone number to the Phone Book by using...

  • Page 28: DURING A CALL (OPTIONS DURING A CALL)

    CALL LOGS CALL LOGS Call timers GPRS Info Allows you to read the information on the duration of calls....

  • Page 29: HOW TO USE T9

    SOUND SOUND You may set tones for ringing, messages, keys, flip opening, etc. Melody type Ringing Settings There are...

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    SOUND SOUND Message Alert Key Tone Settings Select mode Comprises On and Off functions. Once / Every 2 mins...

  • Page 31: MULTI-TAP ENGLISH

    SOUND SOUND Flip Open Tone Sound Effect Connection/Minute minder/Disconnection/Area alerting/ On & Off melody/Menu moving/ Keypad LED This function...

  • Page 32: T9 NUMBER AND T9 SYMBOL

    SOUND SOUND Key Tone Setting Sound Effect Select the Key Tone menu. ‘Connection’ is the tone that is connected...

  • Page 33: MENU FUNCTIONS

    SETTINGS SETTINGS This menu allows you to check or edit functions related to the screen, date, time, etc. Screen...

  • Page 34: SMS/EMS

    SETTINGS SETTINGS Display string Voice equalizer You can select one of the following three text string types for the...

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    SETTINGS SETTINGS Greeting Greeting Once the Greeting function is set, the greeting message is displayed instead of an animation...

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    SETTINGS SETTINGS Date & Time Set Date To set the current date, scroll to the desired date and press...

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    SETTINGS SETTINGS Display Language You can set the time display format for your handset. Sets the language to be...

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    SETTINGS SETTINGS Information Software Version Allows you to check the software version of your handset. Own Number This option...

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    SETTINGS SETTINGS Answering machine Meeting : “I am in a meeting right now, please leave a message after the...

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    SETTINGS SETTINGS Recorded message Shortcut In idle screen, press the side volume “up” key (short press) to access the...

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    NET SERVICES NET SERVICES When Busy Divert Calls Divert calls - Forwards incoming calls to another number set by...

  • Page 42: MMS

    NET SERVICES NET SERVICES When Not Found Call Settings Call settings - Sets all additional functions available for use...

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    NET SERVICES NET SERVICES Call Waiting Network Settings Call waiting - When you receive an incoming call while you...

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    NET SERVICES NET SERVICES N/W selection Security Settings This function allows you to prepare a list of network providers...

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    NET SERVICES NET SERVICES Handset lock H/S barring You can completely lock the phone by disallowing any calls when...

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    NET SERVICES NET SERVICES N/W barring Clear all This function depends on the availability of such service by your...

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    NET SERVICES ORGANIZER In organizer you can set alarms, record important events, make notes, use a CUG settings calculator,...

  • Page 48: Voice mail

    ORGANIZER ORGANIZER Selecting the alarm melody Scheduler You may record an important event by setting a short note and...

  • Page 49: Cell broadcasts

    ORGANIZER ORGANIZER 1) Event : You can choose the type of the event. (options: meeting, call, If you press...

  • Page 50: Dialed calls

    ORGANIZER ORGANIZER Memo Calculator Allows you to keep short notes on your mobile phone. Adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing...

  • Page 51: Missed calls

    ORGANIZER ORGANIZER Converter Stop Watch In converter, you can convert measures such as length, area, volume and weight from...

  • Page 52: Clear logs

    FUN & TOOLS FUN & TOOLS My puppy Game [Introduction] Your cute pet is in your mobile phone. Time...

  • Page 53: Call Info

    FUN & TOOLS FUN & TOOLS Downloaded You can see the list of image and melody files downloaded through...

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    FUN & TOOLS FUN & TOOLS Delete - Deletes files Set as wallpaper - press the [ ] key...

  • Page 55: GPRS Info

    FUN & TOOLS FUN & TOOLS Animation Melody This is the list of the downloaded animation files (Animation wbmp...

  • Page 56: Ringing Settings

    FUN & TOOLS FUN & TOOLS Voice record Press the [RECORD] key to record your voice. When you press...

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    FUN & TOOLS FUN & TOOLS Bookmarks Wap You can store Internet addresses using WAP browsers. 1 Press [...

  • Page 58: Message alert

    FUN&TOOLS FUN&TOOLS F. GPRS settings 1. IP address: Gateway IP address 2. Access point: Access point name 3. User...

  • Page 59: Key Tone

    FUN&TOOLS FUN&TOOLS Push security Version info - Accept all. This function shows you the software version of the WAP...

  • Page 60: Flip open tone

    FUN&TOOLS STK Memory info This option shows the memory status. STK is a service provided by service dealers while...

  • Page 61: Sound effect

    PHONEBOOK PHONEBOOK The Phonebook menu allows you to save a list of phone numbers of your choice. You may...

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    PHONEBOOK PHONEBOOK The menu which appears when you press the MENU key from the Phonebook (when no icon is...

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    PHONEBOOK PHONEBOOK Settings Group ring tones Save nos. to You can designate different melodies to different groups. You can...

  • Page 64: Display

    MY MENU MY MENU You can organize your favorite menus. To register a menu, select the [ ] key...

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    FOR YOUR SAFETY AND PROPER MAINTENANCE. Appendix The following list shows how to maintain your mobile phone as well...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING If you experience problems while using your phone, please refer to the following checklist. When audio quality...

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    TROUBLESHOOTING BATTERY USE Your mobile phone is powered by a Lithium Ion (Li-ion) battery. When you are unable to...

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    SAFETY INFORMATION MALFUNCTION OF NEARBY ELECTRONIC DEVICES Road Safety Most electronic equipments are shielded from radio frequency (RF) Remember...

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    EMERGENCY CALLS Important! Since this mobile phone, like any other wireless phones, operates by utilizing radio signals, wireless/wired networks...

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