Emergency Services and Safety Precauti
Emergency Services and Safety
To make an em
ergency call in any country
Press 1 1 2 .
Ask the op
erator fo r the servi ce which you requi re: Polic e, Ambula nce, Fire Brigade,
Coastguard or Mo
untain Rescue Services. Give your position and, if possib le, remain
o maintain pho ne contact.
The 112 em
ergency number ser vice is av ailable on every digi tal networ k servic e. The
number 999 is an
alternative emerg ency number fo r the UK only, and ca n only be used
with a valid SIM ca
Due to the nature of the cel lular system, th e success of emer gency calls cann ot be
A cellphone co
ntains delic ate electronic circuitry, magnets, and b attery systems . You
it with care and give particul ar attention to t he following points.
Do not allow the phone or its a ccessories to c ome into contac t with liquid o r moisture
at any time.
Do not pl ace anyt hing in the folded phone.
Do not expose your phone to extreme high or low tempe ratures.
Do not expose you r phone to nake d flame, ciga rs or cigarettes .
Do not pa int your pho ne.
Do not drop or su bject your p hone to rough tr eatment.
Do not place th e phone alongs ide computer disks, credi t cards, travel cards and oth er
dia. The inform ation contain ed on disk s or cards may be affected by the
Do not le ave the pho ne or the b attery in places whe re the tem perature co uld exce ed
60°C; e.g. on a car dashb
oard or on a window sill, beh ind glass in direct sunlight, etc.
Do not remove the p hone’s bat tery while the ph one is switch ed on.
Take care not t o allow metal obje cts, such as coins or key ri ngs, to contac t or
he battery termi nals.
Do not dispose of battery packs in a fire. You r phone's Li-io n batteries ma y be safely
disposed of at Li
-ion recyclin g points. For more specific battery and power supp ly
ee page 3.
Do not put your p hone's battery in your mouth as batter y electrolytes may be toxic if
Do not attempt to dismantle th e phone or any of its acce ssories.
This eq uipment is fitted w ith an int ernal bat tery tha t can only be replac ed by a qua lified
eer. There is a ri sk of explosion i f the battery is replaced by an i ncorrect
of the used bat tery in accordanc e with the manu facturer's instruc tions.
Using any battery pac k, AC adapter, Vehicle po wer adapter (option) or acc essory not
specified by the m
anufacturer for use with this phone creates a pot ential safety haza rd.
The earpiece m ay become warm during norma l use and the unit itself may become
warm during chargi
Use a damp o r anti-s tatic clot h to clean t he phone. Do NOT use a dry cloth o r
ally charged cloth. Do not us e chemical or abrasive clean ers as these
e the case.
Remember to recy cle: the cardbo ard packaging supplied with this phone is id eal for
Do not leave the b attery pack empty or disconnect ed for a long time , otherwise some
data may be init
Your phone cont ains metal which may cau se you an itch , a rash or ec zema dependi ng
on your cons
titution or phys ical conditi on.
Take care not to put your phon e in the back pocket of you r trousers or sk irt and then
sit on it. Also
, do not put your p hone at the botto m of bag where it may subject to
ht or pressure.
Doing so may
damage the LCD a nd camera len s and cause t hem malfunct ion.
Take care no t to hold the Light too c lose to your or other peop le’s eyes wh en the Light
Do not aim or direc t the InfraRed (IR) d ata port towards y our or other people ’s eyes
when using the
IR data exchange.
The foam cove rs the earpiece of the headset. Do no t put any other part of the headset
in your ears.
Switch off your phone and remov e its battery wh en inside or n ear aircraft. The use of
in aircraft is illegal. It may be dan gerous to the operation of the aircraft and
it may disrupt the cellu
lar network. Failure to observe thi s instruction may lea d to
or denial of cellphone se rvice to the off ender, or leg al action, or bo th.
Do not use your phone on the g round without the permission of th e ground cre w.
Switch off yo ur phone in area s where the u se of cellpho nes is prohibi ted. Follow the
given by t he respective medical facil ity regarding th e use of c ellphones on
Observe ‘Tur n off 2-way radio’ signs, such as those nea r stores of fuel , chemicals or
Do not allow child ren to play with the phone, char ger or batteries.
Small parts are in cluded in your phone. Keep them out of rea ch of small chi ldren, for
whom it could
be a choking haz ard.
The operation o f some medic al electronic devices, such as heari ng aids and
may be affe cted if a ce llphone is us ed next to t hem. Observe an y warning
signs and m
anufacturer's recommenda tions.
If you have a weak heart, you should take e xtra precaut ions when setti ng functions
such as the Vi
brator and Ringe r volume func tions for incom ing calls.
If you set the Vibrator setting to anything oth er than OFF, be c areful that the p hone is
not near a sourc
e of heat (e.g. a heat er) and that it does not fall from a de sk due to the
You MUST ex ercise pr oper cont rol of your ve hicle at al l times. Gi ve full atte ntion to
Observe all the rec ommendations c ontained in you r local traffic s afety documentati on.
Pull off the road and park befor e making or an swering a call if driving con ditions so