try bag phone procedures. :::: MoToroLa 4800x - User Manual :::: Typed up for ya by sCribLa Ok, i've chosen to skip quite a lot of the basic shit, how to place a call etc... ELECTRONIC LOCK To Lock: Press FCN, 5 To help you remember this sequence, note that the letter L (for LOCK) is on the number 5 key. The Message Loc'd will appear in the display when the phone is locked. To Unlock: Enter your three digit unlock code. Automatic Lock: The Automatic Lock feature will automatically lock the mobile telephone every time it is turned off. To Select: press FCN, 6. The message EnAbLE will appear in the display. To Cancel: press FCN, 6. The message diSabLE will appear in the display. Change Unlock To Select: press FCN, * Code: Enter: 6 digit security code (provided by your installer) ha! Enter: new 3 digit unlock code Press: #, the new unlock code will appear in the display. The telephone will also unlock if locked initially. Recall Lock To Select: press FCN, * Code: Enter: 6 digit security code (provided by your installer) Press: RCL This feature will display your current lock code. USING MEMORY LOCATIONS Your mobile telephone has storage locations for 50 telephone numbers which can be used to quickly dial frequently called numbers. Each memory location is capable of storing numbers up to 24-digits in length. To Store Dial: Telephone number a Telephone Number: Press: FCN, RCL Enter: any 2 digit memory location (01-50) The memory location number selected will be displayed to confirm storage. Recall and To select: press RCL Display Number From Memory: Enter: 1 or 2 digit memory location number (01-50) Postscripting: After recalling a number into the display, additional digits can be added to the end of the recalled number before attempting to place a call. This does not change the phone number that will continue to be stored in memory. Speed Dialling: To quickly call a number from a memory location, Enter: 1 or 2 digit memory location (01-50) Press: SND Recall Own Phone Number: Press: RCL, # Scratchpad/ Notepad memory: Phone numbers can be entered into the display while in conversation as a type of electronic notepad. This number can then be called (after ending current conversation) by pressing the SND button, or stored into a memory location. (Note: advise the party on at the opposite end that DTMF tone signals will be heard through the earpiece as the number is entered). (why am i bothering to type dis shit?) Should you make a mistake when entering a number into the scratchpad, press FCN, END. ALPHA-CHARACTER ENTRY People's names or other alpha characters can also be entered into memory locations with a corresponding phone number, providing you with a useful reference when recalling memory location contents. (gee thanks motorola!) .... NOTE .... Names up to 7 chr's long can be stored if the phone number is 16 digits or less. If more than 16 digits are entered, any name stored will be erased. To Select Alpha Entry: Press FCN, MUTE The display will show ALPHA momentarily. Then "_" will appear as a prompt for you to enter the first letter of the name you are storing. To Store a Name: Use the letters on the top twelve numeric buttons as a guide to storing names. (i'm sure he said he'd left out the crap?) Use buttons * and # to shift left and right on the display. When the name is completed, press END. Enter the phone number e.g. : 0800-313000 Press FCN, RCL, 10, the memory location "10" will appear in the display to confirm storage. CALL TIMERS AND CHARGE ACCUMULATORS Your phone is equipped with six separate Call Timers/Charge Accumulators: (1) Individual Call, (2) Resettable, (3) Cumulative, (4) Home Cumulative, (5) Roam Cumulative, and (6) Audible. This information may be used to estimate airtime charges or to determine usage for a particular period. (don't use this feature is you easily go on guilt trips about other peoples phone bills/termination of service!) Individual Call: Accumulates the airtime/charge units for the last or current call made. Automaticly returns to zero before each call. Resettable: Accumulates the total airtime/charge units until reset by the user. Cumulative: A non-resettable timer which accumulates total airtime/charge units. Home Cumulative: The cumulative airtime/charge units used in you home system (the system that bills you). Roam Cumulative: The cumulative airtime/charge units used incurred whilst roaming (using a system different than the one you subscribe to). To select: press FCN, 8, the message EnAbLE will appear. To cancel: press FCN, 8, the message diSabLE will appear. Display Call Timers: Individual: To display: press FCN, 2 The following will be displayed: i XX XX Where (i) designates individual. Resettable: To display: press FCN, 2, # The following will be displayed: r XXXXX Where (r) designates resettable. Cumulative: To display: press FCN, 2, #, # The following will be displayed: C XXXXX Where (C) designates Cumulative. Home Cumulative: To display: press FCN, 2, #, #, # The following will be displayed: h XXXXX Where (h) designates Home. Roam Cumulative: To display: press FCN, 2, #, #, #, # The following will be displayed: n XXXXX Where (n) designates non-home (roam). To return to normal operation, press END. Anyone wanna know about setting up currency rates ? Good, i'll skip that part then... CALL RESTRICTIONS AND SERVICE LEVELS Your mobile phone features the ability to restrict call placement, which you may wish to do when lending your automobile and phone to another person. Using the six digit security code, you may set your phone for different call restrictions known as service levels. Calls can be received with any service level in effect, except service level 5. Out going call restrictions: Service level 1: Restricted keypad dialling - disables keypad dialling and only allows placing calls from memory. To select: Press FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 1, # LEVEL 1 will appear in the display. Service level 2: Restricted memory usage - memory locations cannot be recalled. Only keypad entry is allowed. To select: Press FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 2, # LEVEL 2 will appear in the display Service Level 3: Restricted Memory Storage - Locations cannot be stored to. To Select: Press FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 3, # LEVEL 3 will appear in the display. Service Level 4: Full Service - Full keypad and memory usage allowed. To Select: Press FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 4, # LEVEL 4 will appear in the display. Service Level 5: Outgoing Calls Only - prevents reception of incoming calls. To Select: Press FCN, 5, 6 digit sec code, 5, # LEVEL 5 will appear in the display. Service Level Selection: Multiple combinations of service levels can be enabled by repeating the pushbutton sequences for each service level desired. However when service level 4 (Full Service) is Selected, all other service levels will be erased. Cancelling Service Levels: Individual restriction level can also be deleted, leaving the rest of the levels intact. To Cancel Level 1: Press FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 1, END To Cancel Level 2: Press FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 2, END To Cancel Level 3: Press FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 3, END To Cancel Level 4: Press FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 4, END To Cancel Level 5: Press FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 5, END After a service level has been cancelled, the message diSAbLE will appear in the display. STATUS REVIEW The message nonStd (nonstandard) may appear in the display when first turning on the phone. This message indicates that one or more of the features of your phone have been selected, To review the features that have been set, Press: FCN, 9, RCL The first feature currently enabled on your phone will be displayed. Repeatedly press RCL to scroll through all additional features currently enabled. Pressing END returns the unit to normal operation. Messages that may appear in the display are: LEVEL X Call restriction options set. bEEP The audible call timer is set. ALt oFF Silent electronic call alert ringer. AUtoLoc The automatic lock feature is set. NOTE The message "Std" will appear in the display when all user features are set to standard. ADDITIONAL FEATURES Auxiliary Alert: The Auxiliry Alert feature allows an additional alerting device to be activated for the first 5 rings of an incoming call (15 seconds). This is useful if you will be outside of the vehicle and expect a call, and are within hearing or visual distance of the of your vehicle. This feature can only be selected when NOT in a phone call. To Select: Press MUTE, the message ALErt will appear in the display. Turn off the vehicle ignition. The external alert will only respond if the vehicle ignition switch is turned off. When the auxiliry alert is enabled, the phone remains on up to 4 hours despite the ignition being turned off. Calls maybe placed whilst in alert mode unless the unit was locked after pressing the MUTE button. To Cancel: Press MUTE, or press PWR, the ALErt message will turn off. (if PWR is depressed the phone will also switch off). The Alert mode is automaticly disabled the next time the vehicle ignition is switched on. Handset Microphone Muting: The handset microphone may be turned off (muted) during a call. This allows passengers to say... "Uncle john, you fucker get off our line" The handset earpiece stays active, allowing passengers to laugh at uncle john... "ello ? ello? ELLO !" To mute the microphone: press MUTE. MUtE will be displayed to confirm that uncle john isn't getting offended ! To unmute the microphone press: MUTE. If uncle john terminates the call in disgust, the mute function automatically cancels. DTMF Dialling: Your cellular telephone provides the standard DTMF signalling typically used to signal pagers, access computers, perform electronic banking, hack VMB's, blow thru PBX's, request a faxback to a losers voice line, use at&t cards, wind up the cell-op, etc... DTMF Via Keypad: Once the normal portion of the call is established, pressing the keypad digit buttons transmits standard digits. Do Not press SND - DTMF is transmitted on the fly. DTMF Via Memory Location: (1) Make the call to the receiving party. (line?) (2) recall the number from memory you wish to transmit as DTMF digits: Press RCL Enter: 1 or 2 digit memory location (01-50) (3) Press RCL, SND (4) Repeat steps 2 and 3 as required to send separate groups of numbers. OPTIONAL HANDS FREE OPERATION To Place a Call: Enter: phone number Press: SND You do not have to lift the handset. To switch from hands free to handset operation: Lift the handset. To switch from handset to hands free operation: Press: MUTE Replace the handset in cup. Press: MUTE To end a call: Press: END To receive call: Press: SND TRANSPORTABLE ONLY FEATURES Battery Level: Press: FCN, FCN Low Batt Warning: When the battery meter reaches level 2 or below, a warning signal (two bleeps) will sound. The message Lo bAtt will appear in the display. APPENDIX - COMMAND SUMMARY FEATURE KEY SEQUENCE Power on/off PWR Place/Receive Calls SND End a Call END Clear Display END Volume Control Pushbutton on left side of handset Recalling Numbers From Memory RCL, (01-50) Recall Own Phone Number RCL, # DTMF From Memory RCL, (01-50), SND Lock FCN, 5 Clear Display In Conversation FCN, END Recall Last Number Dialed RCL, 0, 0 Alpha Entry FCN, MUTE Display Call Timers FCN, 2, #, #, #, # One Minute Beep Enable/Disable FCN, 8 Mute/Unmute MUTE Aux Alert MUTE (when not in conversation) Clear Resettable Call Timer FCN, 7, END Silent Alert Enable/Disable FCN, 1 Status Review FCN, 9, RCL (RCL to scroll thru) Store Numbers In Memory FCN, RCL, (01-50) Auto Lock Enable/Disable FCN, 6 Recall Lock Code FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, RCL Service Level 1 Enable/Disable FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 1, #/END Service Level 2 Enable/Disable FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 2, #/END Service Level 3 Enable/Disable FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 3, #/END Service Level 4 Enable/Disable FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 4, #/END Service Level 5 Enable/Disable FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, 5, #/END Change Unlock Code FCN, *, 6 digit sec code, NEW CODE, # Battery Meter (Transportable Only) FCN, FCN . ..Kp2 +44 (0)1634-686963 sT.. . ..SysOps: SmUrF - sCribLa..