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angelao

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#11373 18-Jan-2007 15:50
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Hi there - new user here. I have a Hyundai tx115c. The user guide explains how to attach a word to phone book entries for voice dial but I cannot find anywhere that it tells me how to actually make a phone call with the voice dial. Any suggestions gratefully received :)
Thank you
Angela

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raytaylor
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  #60056 7-Feb-2007 21:13
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If I remember right, I think you either press the button on your earpiece / headset or hold down the send button.
Let me know if it does work.




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  #60153 8-Feb-2007 15:12
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Hold down the Green send button for about 4 seconds or use the talk button on the headset.




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  #60180 8-Feb-2007 22:03
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A thousand thanks :)

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#60187 8-Feb-2007 23:26
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Quirky things! like that "manner mode" (press and hold "*")
And the ringtone "music 3" We have a lot of fun with "hide the Hyundai" at work ;-P

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  #60206 9-Feb-2007 08:40
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Yeah I just found 'manners mode'. Honestly you'd think I could read a manual! I have all the volumes set at maximum (5 - without the vibrate) but I cannot hear it at all when it is in my bag or pocket, and yet other people's phones can be heard from rooms away. Troublesome.

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  #60213 9-Feb-2007 09:24
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The best way to learn about your phone is trying things out. The manual is written in a non English speaking English.. very difficult to understand. My Korean friend couldn't understand the manual either. I came from Thailand, and I got so confuse with the manual. At the end I just sat down and play with it.

I really recommend ring and vibrate though.. x115c is not very expensive so many people have them... when you go out to a mall someone may have the same ring tone as yours. You know the story. But if you set it to ring and vibrate then there is no mistaken whether "is it my phone?".

In my humble opinion anyway.




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  #60227 9-Feb-2007 11:05
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The phone loud speaker is on the inside, makes it quite quiet.

The Tx215 rectified this issue but that keypad is much worse, the display is horrid, and the phone is more bulbous than ever!

The Tx95c was much nicer in my opinion, great big keypad, sleek phone, speaker plays on outside and proper TFT lcd!

and no "web based" MMS (picture message)! the tx95 delivers it direct to the phone like a nokia.

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