Pantech Hotshot User Manual Guide (Verizon Wireless)

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USER GUIDE USER GUIDE 5U000531C0A REV.00 GUÍA DEL USUARIO
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User Guide
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CHAPTER 1. BEFORE USING BEFORE USING ...............................................................................................7 INSIDE THE PACKAGE................................................................................................8 HANDSET DESCRIPTIONS .........................................................................................9 KEY DESCRIPTIONS................................................................................................ 11 DISPLAY INDICATORS ............................................................................................ 12 INSTALLING THE BATTERY..................................................................................... 17 REMOVING THE BATTERY ...................................................................................... 18 CHARGING THE BATTERY....................................................................................... 18 USING A microSD TM CARD ..................................................................................... 20 BATTERY HANDLING INFORMATION..................................................................... 21 3-WAY CALLING .................................................................................................... 36 CALL WAITING FUNCTION ..................................................................................... 36 CALLING A NUMBER FROM CONTACTS................................................................. 37 ADJUSTING THE MASTER VOLUME ....................................................................... 37 SPEAKERPHONE MODE ......................................................................................... 37 AVAILABLE OPTIONS DURING A CALL................................................................... 38 MAKING AN EMERGENCY CALL ............................................................................ 38 USING THE DIRECTORY SERVICE............................................................................ 39 CHAPTER 3. MEMORY FUNCTION MEMORY FUNCTION.....................................................................................41 ENTERING TEXT ..................................................................................................... 42 STORING A PHONE NUMBER................................................................................. 44 EDITING CONTACT ENTRIES ................................................................................... 46 BACKUP ASSISTANT TM .......................................................................................... 48 SENDING A NAME CARD ....................................................................................... 48 SPEED DIALING...................................................................................................... 49 CHAPTER 2. BASIC OPERATION BASIC OPERATION ........................................................................................23 TURNING THE PHONE ON AND OFF....................................................................... 24 USING THE TOUCHSCREEN .................................................................................... 24 USING THE HOME SCREEN .................................................................................... 26 LOCKING OR UNLOCKING THE TOUCHSCREEN AND KEYS ..................................... 28 USING THE TASK MANAGER .................................................................................. 29 MENU SUMMARY ................................................................................................. 30 MAKING A CALL..................................................................................................... 34 ANSWERING A CALL.............................................................................................. 34 MISSED CALL NOTIFICATION ................................................................................. 34 WAIT/PAUSE FEATURE .......................................................................................... 35 MAKING AN INTERNATIONAL CALL ...................................................................... 36 2 CHAPTER 4. MENU FUNCTION MENU FUNCTION..........................................................................................47 RECENT CALLS ....................................................................................................... 48 MY VERIZON .......................................................................................................... 50 VOICE COMMANDS................................................................................................ 50 CALCULATOR.......................................................................................................... 53 TIP CALCULATOR.................................................................................................... 54 3
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CALENDAR............................................................................................................. 54 ALARM CLOCK ....................................................................................................... 56 STOP WATCH .......................................................................................................... 57 WORLD CLOCK....................................................................................................... 57 UNIT CONVERTER .................................................................................................. 58 NOTEPAD ............................................................................................................... 58 USB MASS STORAGE ............................................................................................. 59 AIRPLANE MODE ................................................................................................... 59 BLUETOOTH ........................................................................................................... 60 SOUND SETTINGS .................................................................................................. 63 DISPLAY SETTINGS ................................................................................................ 66 TOUCH SETTINGS................................................................................................... 69 PHONE SETTINGS .................................................................................................. 70 CALL SETTINGS...................................................................................................... 76 MEMORY ............................................................................................................... 78 USB MODE ............................................................................................................. 80 PHONE INFO .......................................................................................................... 81 USING VIDEO OPTIONS.......................................................................................... 87 USING CAMERA & CAMCORDER SETTINGS........................................................... 88 CHAPTER 6. MEDIA CENTER MEDIA CENTER .............................................................................................91 MUSIC & TONES ..................................................................................................... 92 PICTURE & VIDEO .................................................................................................. 96 GAMES................................................................................................................... 98 Mobile WEB........................................................................................................... 99 BROWSE & DOWNLOAD........................................................................................ 99 EXTRAS ................................................................................................................ 100 CHAPTER 7. MESSAGING MENU MESSAGING MENU .....................................................................................101 NEW MESSAGE NOTIFICATION ............................................................................ 102 CREATING A NEW MESSAGE ............................................................................... 102 VIEWING RECEIVED AND SENT MESSAGES......................................................... 105 DELETING RECEIVED AND SENT MESSAGES ....................................................... 106 VIEWING DRAFT MESSAGES ............................................................................... 106 DELETING DRAFT MESSAGES .............................................................................. 106 MANAGING THE TEMPLATE BOX ......................................................................... 106 CHANGING THE MESSAGE SETTINGS .................................................................. 107 ACCESSING YOUR VOICEMAILS............................................................................ 108 EMAIL & IM ......................................................................................................... 109 CHAPTER 5. CAMERA CAMERA .......................................................................................................83 TAKING A PHOTO ................................................................................................... 84 VIEWING PHOTOS.................................................................................................. 85 USING PHOTO OPTIONS......................................................................................... 85 RECORDING A VIDEO ............................................................................................. 86 VIEWING VIDEOS................................................................................................... 87 4 5
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CHAPTER 8. SAFETY AND WARRANTY SAFETY AND WARRANTY ...........................................................................111 SAFETY INFORMATION FOR WIRELESS HANDHELD PHONES............................. 112 SAFETY INFORMATION FOR FCC RF EXPOSURE .................................................. 117 SAR INFORMATION.............................................................................................. 118 HEARING AID COMPATIBILITY (HAC) FOR WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEVICES ............................................................................................................... 120 FDA CONSUMER UPDATE .................................................................................... 122 AVOID POTENTIAL HEARING LOSS ...................................................................... 130 FCC COMPLIANCE INFORMATION........................................................................ 132 12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY ........................................................................ 133 This chapter provides important information about using the HOTSHOT TM including: INSIDE THE PACKAGE HANDSET DESCRIPTIONS KEY DESCRIPTIONS DISPLAY INDICATORS INSTALLING THE BATTERY BEFORE USING 1 REMOVING THE BATTERY CHARGING THE BATTERY USING A microSD TM CARD BATTERY HANDLING INFORMATION 6
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INSIDE THE PACKAGE This package should include all items pictured below. If any are missing or different, immediately contact the retailer where you purchased the phone. HANDSET DESCRIPTIONS 1 2 01 5 6 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 Standard Battery Pre-installed 2 GB microSD TM Card 7 3 PRODUCT SAFETY AND WARRANTY INFORMATION Handset Quick Start Guide Product Safety & Warranty Brochure 4 1. Lock/Power Key 2. Earpiece 3. Touchscreen 4. Home Key Battery Cover Wall/USB Charger USB Cable 5. Wrist Strap Eyelet 6. Headset Jack 7. Volume Keys 8 9
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HANDSET DESCRIPTIONS KEY DESCRIPTIONS The following list correlates to the previous page’s phone illustration. 8 9 11 12 10 13 14 8. Self-Portrait Mirror 9. Speaker 10. microSD TM Card Slot 11. Camera Lens 12. Charging/Data Port 13. Voice Commands Key 14. Camera/Video Key 1. Lock/Power Key: With the phone unlocked, press to lock the phone. Press and hold to turn the phone on or off. 2. Earpiece: Allows you to hear the other caller. 3. Touchscreen: Tap the touchscreen to access the menu or perform phone functions. 4. Home Key: Press to return to the Menu mode screen. In Menu mode, press to view the touchscreen in 3-way view. Press and hold to open the Task Manager screen. 5. Wrist Strap Eyelet: Accessory eyelet (attach optional straps and lanyards – purchased separately). 6. Headset Jack: Plug in an optional 3.5mm headset for convenient handsfree conversations or for listening to music. 7. Volume Keys: With the phone unlocked, from Menu mode, press to adjust the phone’s volume. When a call comes in, press to silence the call ringtone. During a call, press to adjust the earpiece volume. In Speakerphone mode, press to adjust the speaker volume. During playback, press to adjust the music volume. 8. Self-Portrait Mirror: Displays your reflection when taking photos or recording videos. 9. Speaker: Music, ringtones, and sounds are played through the external speaker. 10. microSD TM Card Slot: A 2GB microSD TM card comes pre-installed to increase memory capacity. 11. Camera Lens: The lens of your built-in camera and camcorder. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 10 11
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12. Charging/Data Port: Connects to the USB cable for data transferring or charging when attached to the Wall/USB Charger. 13. Voice Commands Key: With the phone unlocked, from Menu mode, press to launch the Voice Commands menu. 14. Camera/Video Key: With the phone unlocked, from the Menu mode screen, press to turn on the camera; Press and hold to turn on the camcorder. In Camera mode, press to take a photo, or in Camcorder mode, press to record a video. Icon Icon Descriptions Femto Cell: Indicates that this area has enhanced service coverage indoors. SSL (Secured Socket Layer): Indicates that secure communication between client and server has been established during data communication using encryption. Voice Privacy: Indicates Voice Privacy mode is active. Data Call: Indicates a data call is in progress. Dormant: Indicates phone is in a dormant state during a data call. Phone reverts to Dormant mode when there hasn't been activity on a page for some time - the connection is still active and you can make and receive calls. No Service: Indicates no phone service is available. TTY: Indicates TTY mode is active. Voice Call: Indicates a voice call is in progress. E911: Location (GPS) service is set to E911 Only for emergency calls. Location On: Location (GPS) service is set to Full Detection. Phone Lock: Indicates Phone is locked. Bluetooth: Indicates Bluetooth® mode. Bluetooth Active: Indicates Bluetooth Active mode. Bluetooth Connected: Indicates a Bluetooth device is paired with your phone. 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 DISPLAY INDICATORS Icon Icon Descriptions D Signal Strength: Indicates your phone is in the digital network. More bars indicate a stronger signal. 3G Signal Strength: Indicates your phone is in the EVDO (3G) network. More bars indicate a stronger signal. 1X Signal Strength: Indicates your phone is in the CDMA 1X network. More bars indicate a stronger signal. 3G & 1X Signal Strength: Indicates your phone is in the EVDO (3G) and CDMA 1X networks. More bars indicate a stronger signal. 3G & D Signal Strength: Indicates your phone is in the EVDO (3G) and digital networks. More bars indicate a stronger signal. Airplane Mode: Transmitting and receiving information is restricted. Music Only Mode: Indicates your phone is in Music Only mode. Roaming: Indicates your phone is outside of the home service area. 12 13
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Icon Icon Descriptions Music Pause Mode: Indicates that music playback is paused. Music Playing Mode: Indicates that music is playing. AVR Active: Advanced Voice Command feature is active. AVR Listening: Indicates your phone recognizes your voice command. Battery Level: Indicates the battery charging level - the more bars, the stronger the power. All Sounds Off: Indicates phone sounds are set to off. Alarm Only: Indicates the phone will alert you only with an alarm tone. Vibrate On: Indicates Alert Vibrate for incoming calls is set to on. Voicemail: Indicates you have a new voicemail. Alert Voicemail: Indicates a new voicemail. Missed Calls: Indicates you have missed calls. Message: Indicates you have new messages. Alert Message: Indicates a new message. Email: Indicates you have new email. CMAS Alert: Indicates a new CMAS message. Alert Email: Indicates a new email. Calendar Appointment: Indicates an alarm for your appointment is active. Icon Icon Descriptions Alarm On: Indicates an alarm is set. Speakerphone: Indicates Speakerphone mode is active. Recent Call Icons Dialed Call Received Call New Contact Icons Mobile Mobile 2 Home Business Fax Personal E-mail Business E-mail IM Screen Name AIM Yahoo! WL Messenger Ringtone Message Tone Favorite Group Speed Dial Title Company Birthday Note Missed Call 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 14 15
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Message Icons Unread Message Read Message Unread EMS Read EMS Unread MMS Notification Read MMS Notification Unread Corrupt Message Read Corrupt Message Unread Wap Push Read Wap Push Unread MMS Read MMS Unread CMAS Read CMAS Sent Message Received Unread Message Received Read Message Multiple Message Sent Message Delivered Multiple Message Delivered Sent Message Delivery Failed Multiple Message Failed Pending Message Send Multiple Message Pending Incomplete Delivery Multiple Message Incomplete Text Message Draft Picture Message Draft Priority Message Locked INSTALLING THE BATTERY 1. Slide the battery into the slot (1) by aligning the contacts and push down (2) until you hear the “click.” 01 02 03 04 Correct Incorrect 05 06 07 08 2. Align the cover tabs with the slots on the back of the phone and slide the battery cover onto the unit until it snaps into place. If the battery is not correctly placed in the compartment, the phone will not turn on and/or the battery may detach during use. Correct Incorrect 16 17
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