Mitsubishi g75 User Manual

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Introduction
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Express Key
Left—Memory Menu
Right—Main Menu
Up/Down—scrolls
between menu
options and through
text
Send
initiates a call
Enter
selects and confirms
desired menu
options
End (On/Off)
.5 second press
power on
1.0 second press
power off
press briefly
 to
end call
Clear
In a menu—returns
to previous menu
Edit Mode—brief
press, delete
character; long
press, delete all
Entering num-
bers— brief press,
delete digit; long
press, delete all
In conversation—
press to mute
Main Dis-
play
shows current
status of phone
Numeric Keys
enter telephone
numbers, memory
locations, and
alphanumeric
information
Introduction

Summary of Contents of user manual for Mitsubishi g75

  • Page 1: Introduction

    Introduction Main Dis- play End (On/Off) shows current .5 second press— status of phone power on Send 1.0 second press—...

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    Main Display Format Center displays text and outside displays symbolic icons indicating the phone’s status. Your Service Provider may...

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    Battery Level—indicates battery level; icon flashes when battery is low or being recharged More—more menu options can be accessed...

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    Phone Features Your phone allows you: • To place and receive calls • To send Dual Tone Multi-Frequency tones...

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    • Ringing—choose from a variety of ring tones to sound when you receive a call. • Call Waiting—standard Call Waiting...

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    RemovingtheBattery 1. Turn the phone off. 2. Push the bottom of the battery inward and lift the battery off...

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    Battery Charging Display PowerOff • No external power supply—the display is empty. • External power supply connected—Charging displays. • At...

  • Page 8: Basic Operation

    Basic Operation SIM Card Installation The Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card helps your wireless network identify and communicate with...

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    Turning the Phone On Press and hold for 1 second. The power-on tone sounds and all icons display for a...

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    Network Selection We strongly recommend that you select automatic network selection although your phone can also select networks manually....

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    • If the Auto Retry function is not on, Call Failed! Try Again? displays. Select Yes to retry the call....

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    Handset Speaker Volume To adjust the voice volume during conversation either: • Press Right on the Express Key, scroll...

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    • To enter a character, press the corresponding key until the desired character is displayed. (All the characters available for...

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    Note: The key is also used to make international calls and to insert a pause. To make international calls,...

  • Page 15: How to Use the Menus

    How To Use the Menus Overview You can use the following menus to access all of your phone's functions: MemoryMenu...

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    Memory Menu Features Press Left on the Express Key to access the following Memory Menu options. • Last Dial...

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    Deleting from Last Dial Memory 1. Press Left on the Express Key, scroll to Last Dial and press . 2....

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    2. Press to dial the phone number. Note: To scroll locations in numerical order, use Up s and Down...

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    These numbers may be accessed with One Touch Dialing. Deleting Phone Numbers from SIM Memory 1. Press Right on the...

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    RetrievingNumbersfromtheScratchpad 1. Press Left on the Express Key, scroll to Scratchpad and press . 2. Scroll to the desired...

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    Important: Received calls do not remain in memory after you turn off the power. See “Storing Numbers from Other Memories”...

  • Page 22: Main Menu

    Main Menu Features Press Right on the Express Key to enter the Main Menu. Main Menu items change depending...

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    Voice Mail Your phone can receive voice mail from unanswered calls. If you have new voice mail, the icon appears...

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    • At other times. Your phone continuously looks fornew text messages and alerts you as they arrive ( displays)....

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    • If a message contains more than 1 number, a list of numbers displays when you press . Scroll to...

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    • Meet me at • meeting canceled • I love you • Send reply • as soon as possible...

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    • If you selected Enter No., enter the phone number at Number?, then press . Sending Message displays, followed by...

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    3. Scroll to Format and press . 4. Scroll to Text (the most common option), Voice, G3 Fax, X-400,...

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    following features to be available. Contact your Service Provider for more information. Line Selection 1. Press Right on the Express...

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    CallForwardingService When activated, the network forwards (diverts) incom- ing calls to a specific number under certain conditions. The following...

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    5. Select Recall No. to recall forwarding number from memory (see “Retrieving Numbers by Name” in the Memory Menu chapter)...

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    Activating Call Barring 1. Press Right on the Express Key, scroll to Services and press . 2. Scroll to...

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    Checking Call Barring Status 1. Press Right on the Express Key, scroll to Services and press . 2. Scroll to...

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    Checking Call Waiting Status 1. Press Right on the Express Key, scroll to Services and press . 2. Scroll...

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    Settings The Settings Menu allows you to adjust the volume, language, contrast, backlight, auto answer, auto retry, phone setup and...

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    5. Press to accept the new volume or to leave the volume unchanged. A brief confirmation is displayed. KeypadVolume...

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    3. Use Right and Left on the Express Key to increase or decrease contrast. A contrast indicator line displays. 4....

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    2. Scroll to Auto Retry and press . 3. Scroll to On or Off and press . Note: If...

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    Prefix When enabled, the prefix is inserted when you dial a number. 1. Press Right on the Express Key, scroll...

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    4. Scroll to Yes and press . A brief confirmation displays. Viewing Call Costs 1. Press Right on the...

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    Security Use the Security Menu to set up or modify passwords. AboutPasswords Several passwords can be used to enhance the...

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    ChangePhoneLock 1. Press Right on the Express Key, scroll to Security and press . 2. Select Change Lock and...

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    Fixed Dial Prevents calls to numbers that do not start with a number from the Fixed Dialing list. This function...

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    b) If you have selected On previously, enter group number and press . To deactivate a Closed User Group:...

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    To exit the list without selecting, press . To delete an item, press for at least 1 second. To...

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    Cell Broadcast Alert 1. Press Right on the Express Key, scroll to Broadcast and press . 2. Scroll to...

  • Page 47: Conversation Main Menu

    4. Select a network and press . Registering on Network displays and the phone goes into Idle/ Standby mode. If...

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    • Join to add participants to a conference; rejoins a conference after private conversation. • Private to choose a...

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    When you put a call on hold the following happens: • While the phone is dialing, the first line of...

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    AddingIncomingCalls 1. Answer the call and put the first call on hold by pressing 2 and then press ,...

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    Call Waiting If Call Waiting is active and you have a second call, a call waiting tone sounds, and the...

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    Storing DTMF Strings To store DTMF strings or numbers with DTMF strings for automatic dialing and sending, see “Enter-...

  • Page 53: Supplemental Information

    Supplemental Information Service If questions or problems arise concerning your service or network features, call the customer service number for...

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    your phone upright. Your phone’s battery charges while your phone remains handy for use. MobileHolder Use this holder to...

  • Page 55: Safety Information

    Safety Information for Wireless Handheld Phones WARNING!! Please do not use your Mitsubishi wireless telephone if you may be distracted...

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    International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection. Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic evaluations of the relevant scientific...

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    AntennaCare Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the phone and...

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    ElectronicDevices Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals; however, certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against...

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    Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so....

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    Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always clearly marked. They include fueling areas such as...

  • Page 61: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting What To Do If … Your phone does not work at all when switched on... If you are using...

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    “PIN is no longer valid” displays... You entered a wrong PIN number several times. Contact your Service Provider to...

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