Security and system setup

Security setting items and operation procedures

To enter the menu for each function, follow the steps below using a voice command or - Setting or changing the PIN (Personal Identification Number):
- Setting or changing the PIN (Personal Identification Number) 1. “Setup” → 2. “Security” → 3. “Set PIN”.

- Locking the phone book 1. “Setup” → 2. “Security” → 3. “Phonebook Lock (Phbk Lock)”.

- Unlocking the phone book 1. “Setup” → 2. “Security” → 3. “Phonebook Unlock (Phbk Unlock)”.

System setup items and operation procedure

To enter the menu for each function, follow the steps below using - Setting voice guidance volume:
- Setting voice guidance volume 1. “Setup” → 2. “System Setup” → 3. “Guidance Vol”.

- Displaying the Bluetooth® device address and name 1. “Setup” → 2. “System Setup” → 3. “Device Name”.

- Initializing the system 1. “Setup” → 2. “System Setup” → 3. “Initialize”.

Setting or changing the PIN

Setting a PIN

1. Select “Set PIN” by using a voice command or 2. Enter a PIN by using a voice command or.


2. Enter a PIN by using a voice command or When using , input the code 1 digit.


When using at a time., input the code 1 digit
at a time.

Changing the PIN

1. Select “Set PIN” by using a voice command or 2. Enter the registered PIN using a voice command or.


2. Enter the registered PIN using a voice command or 2. Enter a new PIN by using a voice command or.


2. Enter a new PIN by using a voice command or When using , input the code 1 digit.


When using at a time., input the code 1 digit
at a time.

Locking or unlocking the phone book

1. Select “Phonebook lock (Phbk Lock)” or “Phonebook unlock (Phbk Unlock)” by using a voice command or 2. Input the PIN and select “Confirm” by using a voice command or.


2. Input the PIN and select “Confirm” by using a voice command or Setting voice guidance volume:


Setting voice guidance volume

1. Select “Guidance Vol” using 2. Change the voice guidance volume..


2. Change the voice guidance volume.

To decrease the volume: Turn To increase the volume: Turn clockwise.counterclockwise.


To increase the volume: Turn Displaying the Bluetooth® device address and nameclockwise.


Displaying the Bluetooth® device address and name

1. Select “Device Name” using 2. Turn to display the Bluetooth®.


2. Turn device address and name.to display the Bluetooth®
device address and name.

3. Select “Go Back” using to “System Setup”.to return
to “System Setup”.

Initializing the system

1. Select “Initialize” and then “Confirm” using 2. Select “Confirm” by using again..


2. Select “Confirm” by using Initializationagain.


Initialization

The following data in the system can be initialized: • Phone book.

• Outgoing and incoming call history.

• Speed dials.

• Registered mobile phone data.

• Security code.

• Registered Bluetooth® enabled portable player data.

• Passkey for the mobile phones.

• Passkey for the Bluetooth® audio players.

• Guidance volume.

• Receiver volume.

• Ring tone volume.

- Once the initialization has been completed, the data cannot be restored to its original state.

When the phone book is locked

The following functions cannot be used: - Dialing by inputting a name.

- Speed dialing.

- Dialing a number stored in the call history memory.

- Using the phone book.

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