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LG Electronics Inc.
M6100 àçëíêìäñàü èéãúáéÇÄíÖãü
ëÓ‰ÂʇÌË ‰‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÛÍÓ‚Ó‰ÒÚ‚‡ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÏÂÚ¸ ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ ÓÚ΢Ëfl ÓÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‚
LG Electronics Inc. Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏÌÓ„Ó Ó·ÂÒÔ˜ÂÌËfl Ë ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘Ë͇ ÛÒÎÛ„ ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË. åÂÌ˛
http://www.lge.com P/N : MMBB0188406 (1.0) ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÏÂÚ¸ ÒÓÍ‡˘ÂÌËfl ‚ ̇Á‚‡ÌËflı Â„Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËÈ Ë ÓÔˆËÈ.
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M6100 àçëíêìäñàü èéãúáéÇÄíÖãü
ëÓ‰ÂʇÌË ‰‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÛÍÓ‚Ó‰ÒÚ‚‡ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÏÂÚ¸
ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ ÓÚ΢Ëfl ÓÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‚ Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ
ÔÓ„‡ÏÏÌÓ„Ó Ó·ÂÒÔ˜ÂÌËfl Ë ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘Ë͇ ÛÒÎÛ„
ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË. åÂÌ˛ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÏÂÚ¸
ÒÓÍ‡˘ÂÌËfl ‚ ̇Á‚‡ÌËflı Â„Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËÈ Ë ÓÔˆËÈ.
ìÚËÎËÁ‡ˆËfl ÒÚ‡Ó„Ó Ó·ÓÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËfl
1. ëËÏ‚ÓΠ̇ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Â, ËÁÓ·‡Ê‡˛˘ËÈ ÔÂ˜ÂÍÌÛÚÓ ÏÛÒÓÌÓ ‚‰Ó ÓÁ̇˜‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ Ì‡
ËÁ‰ÂÎË ‡ÒÔÓÒÚ‡ÌflÂÚÒfl ÑËÂÍÚË‚‡ 2002/96/EC.
2. ùÎÂÍÚ˘ÂÒÍËÂ Ë ˝ÎÂÍÚÓÌÌ˚ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ ‰ÓÎÊÌ˚ ÛÚËÎËÁÓ‚˚‚‡Ú¸Òfl Ì ‚ÏÂÒÚÂ Ò ·˚ÚÓ‚˚Ï
ÏÛÒÓÓÏ, ‡ ‚ ÒÔˆˇθÌÓÏ ÏÂÒÚÂ, Û͇Á‡ÌÌÓÏ Ô‡‚ËÚÂθÒÚ‚ÂÌÌ˚ÏË ËÎË ÏÂÒÚÌ˚ÏË
Ó„‡Ì‡ÏË ‚·ÒÚË.
3. è‡‚Ëθ̇fl ÛÚËÎËÁ‡ˆËfl ÒÚ‡Ó„Ó Ó·ÓÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËfl ÔÓÏÓÊÂÚ Ô‰ÓÚ‚‡ÚËÚ¸ ÔÓÚÂ̈ˇθÌÓ ‚‰ÌÓ ‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚ËÂ
̇ ÓÍÛʇ˛˘Û˛ ÒÂ‰Û Ë Á‰ÓÓ‚¸Â ˜ÂÎÓ‚Â͇.
4. ÑÎfl ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ·ÓΠÔÓ‰Ó·Ì˚ı ҂‰ÂÌËÈ Ó ÒÚ‡ÓÏ Ó·ÓÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËË Ó·‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ ‚ ‡‰ÏËÌËÒÚ‡ˆË˛ „ÓÓ‰‡,
ÒÎÛÊ·Û, Á‡ÌËχ˛˘Û˛Òfl ÛÚËÎËÁ‡ˆËÂÈ ËÎË ‚ χ„‡ÁËÌ, „‰Â ·˚Î ÔËÓ·ÂÚÂÌ ÔÓ‰ÛÍÚ.

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ǂ‰ÂÌË 5 Ç˚·Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËÈ Ë ÓÔˆËÈ 31
êÂÍÓÏẨ‡ˆËË ‰Îfl ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓ„Ó Ë èÓÙËÎË 32
˝ÙÙÂÍÚË‚ÌÓ„Ó ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl 6 ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸ 32
îÛÌ͈ËË M6100 10 ç‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ 32
éÔËÒ‡ÌË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ 10 èÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸ 33
éÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ËÌÙÓχˆËË 14 Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚ 34
èÓ‰„ÓÚӂ͇ Í Ì‡˜‡ÎÛ ‡·ÓÚ˚ 16 èÓÔÛ˘ÂÌÌ˚ 34
ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ SIM ͇Ú˚ Ë ·‡Ú‡ÂË 16 ÇıÓ‰fl˘Ë 34
á‡fl‰Í‡ ·‡Ú‡ÂË 17 àÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë 34
éÚÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌË ‡‰‡ÔÚÂ‡ 18 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ÔÓÒΉÌË Á‚ÓÌÍË 35
ÇÍβ˜ÂÌËÂ Ë ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ 19 ëÚÓËÏÓÒÚ¸ 35
äÓ‰˚ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡ 19 ëÔ‡‚͇ GPRS 36

éÒÌÓ‚Ì˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË 21 ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚ 37


ÇıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ Ë ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë Á‚ÓÌÍË 21 ÅÛ‰ËθÌËÍ 37
ç‡ÒÚÓÈ͇ Á‚Û͇ 22 Bluetooth 37
éÚ‚ÂÚ Ì‡ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ Á‚ÓÌÓÍ 22 ä‡Î¸ÍÛÎflÚÓ 38
Ç‚Ó‰ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ 23 äÓÌ‚ÂÚÂ 39
åÂÌ˛ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡ 25 ó‡ÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓflÒ 39
Ä‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜ËÍ 39
ëïÖåÄ åÖçû 29 åÓ‰ÂÏ 41

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é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ 42 ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË 67
àÏÂ̇ 42 чڇ Ë ÇÂÏfl 67
ä‡ÎẨ‡¸ 46 íÂÎÂÙÓÌ 67
á‡ÏÂÚ͇ 47 Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚ 68
ÅÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚ¸ 71
ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl 48
ëÂÚ¸ 73
çÓ‚Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË 48
GPRS 74
ÇıÓ‰fl˘Ë 51
ë·ÓÒËÚ¸ ̇ÒÚÓÈÍË 74
àÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë 53
é·˙ÂÏ Ô‡ÏflÚË 74
óÂÌÓ‚ËÍË 54
èÓÒÎÛ¯‡Ú¸ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Û˛ ÔÓ˜ÚÛ 55 ëÂ‚ËÒ 75
àÌÙÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl 55 àÌÚÂÌÂÚ 76
ò‡·ÎÓÌ˚ 56 SIM-ÒÂ‚ËÒ 79
ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË 57
ᇄÛÁÍË 80
åÛθÚËωˇ 60 åÓË Ë„˚ Ë ‡ÁÌÓ 80
MP3 60 ä‡ÚËÌÍË 82
îÓÚÓ„‡ÙËÓ‚‡Ú¸ 62 á‚ÛÍË 82
á‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ ‚ˉÂÓ 63 î‡ÈÎ˚ 82
åÓË ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË 64
ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚ 86
åÓ ‚ˉÂÓ 64
ÑËÍÚÓÙÓÌ 65 íÂıÌ˘ÂÒÍË ı‡‡ÍÚÂËÒÚËÍË 87
ä‡‡ÓÍ 65
ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË 66

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èÓÁ‰‡‚ÎflÂÏ Ò ÔÓÍÛÔÍÓÈ ÒÓ‚ÂÏÂÌÌÓ„Ó ÍÓÏÔ‡ÍÚÌÓ„Ó
ÏÓ·ËθÌÓ„Ó ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ M6100, ÒÔÓÂÍÚËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó
‰Îfl ‡·ÓÚ˚ Ò ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËÂÏ Ò‡Ï˚ı ÔÂ‰ӂ˚ı
ÚÂıÌÓÎÓ„ËÈ ˆËÙÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË.

ëÓ‰ÂʇÌË ‰‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÛÍÓ‚Ó‰ÒÚ‚‡ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÏÂÚ¸


ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ ÓÚ΢Ëfl ÓÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‚ Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ
ÔÓ„‡ÏÏÌÓ„Ó Ó·ÂÒÔ˜ÂÌËfl Ë ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘Ë͇ ÛÒÎÛ„
ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË. åÂÌ˛ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÏÂÚ¸
ÒÓÍ‡˘ÂÌËfl ‚ ̇Á‚‡ÌËflı Â„Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËÈ Ë ÓÔˆËÈ.

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êÂÍÓÏẨ‡ˆËË ‰Îfl ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓ„Ó Ë ˝ÙÙÂÍÚË‚ÌÓ„Ó ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl
èÓ˜ËÚ‡ÈÚ ˝ÚË ÌÂÒÎÓÊÌ˚ ÂÍÓÏẨ‡ˆËË. • ìÓ‚Â̸ SAR ‰Îfl ‡Á΢Ì˚ı ÏÓ‰ÂÎÂÈ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚
\ êÛÍÓ‚Ó‰ÒÚ‚Ó

çÂÒӷβ‰ÂÌË ˝ÚËı ËÌÒÚÛ͈ËÈ ÏÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ ÓÔ‡ÒÌ˚Ï LG ÏÓÊÂÚ ‡Á΢‡Ú¸Òfl, ÌÓ ‚Ò ÓÌË Óڂ˜‡˛Ú
Ë Ì‰ÓÔÛÒÚËÏ˚Ï. èÓ‰ӷ̇fl ËÌÙÓχˆËfl Ó· ˝ÚÓÏ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘ËÏ Ú·ӂ‡ÌËflÏ ÔÓ ‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒڂ˲
Ô˂‰Â̇ ‚ ‰‡ÌÌÓÏ ÛÍÓ‚Ó‰ÒÚ‚Â. ‡‰ËÓ‚ÓÎÌ.
• è‰ÂÎ SAR, ÂÍÓÏẨӂ‡ÌÌ˚È ÏÂʉÛ̇Ó‰ÌÓÈ
ÇÓÁ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ë ‡‰ËÓ˜‡ÒÚÓÚÌÓÈ ÍÓÏËÒÒËÂÈ ÔÓ Á‡˘ËÚ ÓÚ ÌÂËÓÌËÁËÛ˛˘Ëı
ËÁÎÛ˜ÂÌËÈ (ICNIRP), ÒÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚ 2 ÇÚ/Í„,
˝ÌÂ„ËË ÛÒ‰ÌÂÌÌ˚ ̇ ‰ÂÒflÚ¸ (10) „‡ÏÏ Ú͇ÌË.
낉ÂÌËfl Ó ‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚ËË ‡‰ËÓ‚ÓÎÌ Ë Û‰ÂθÌÓÈ • ë‡ÏÓ ‚˚ÒÓÍÓ Á̇˜ÂÌË SAR ‰Îfl ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ ÏÓ‰ÂÎË,
ÏÓ˘ÌÓÒÚË ÔÓ„ÎÓ˘ÂÌËfl (SAR) ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÌÓ ÔË ÚÂÒÚËÓ‚‡ÌËË ÔÓ DASY4,
чÌ̇fl ÏÓ‰Âθ ÏÓ·ËθÌÓ„Ó ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ M6100 ÒÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚ 0.150 ÇÚ/Í„ (10 „).
ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚ÛÂÚ ÔËÏÂÌËÏ˚Ï Ú·ӂ‡ÌËflÏ
·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË ‰Îfl ‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl ‡‰ËÓ‚ÓÎÌ. чÌÌ˚Â
Ú·ӂ‡ÌËfl ÓÒÌÓ‚‡Ì˚ ̇ ̇ۘÌ˚ı ÂÍÓÏẨ‡ˆËflı, é·‡˘ÂÌËÂ Ò ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓÏ Ë Â„Ó
Û˜ËÚ˚‚‡˛Ú Ô‰ÂÎ˚ Ó·ÂÒÔ˜ÂÌËfl ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË ‚ÒÂı Ó·ÒÎÛÊË‚‡ÌËÂ
Îˈ ÌÂÁ‡‚ËÒËÏÓ ÓÚ ‚ÓÁ‡ÒÚ‡ Ë ÒÓÒÚÓflÌËfl Á‰ÓÓ‚¸fl. è‰ÛÔÂʉÂÌËÂ! àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ˚,
• èË ÓÔ‰ÂÎÂÌËË ÌÓÏ ‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl ‡‰ËÓ‚ÓÎÌ Á‡fl‰ÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó Ë ÔË̇‰ÎÂÊÌÓÒÚË,
ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚÒfl ‰ËÌˈ‡ ËÁÏÂÂÌËfl, ËÁ‚ÂÒÚ̇fl Í‡Í Ô‰̇Á̇˜ÂÌÌ˚ ‰Îfl ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ ÏÓ‰ÂÎË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
Û‰Âθ̇fl ÏÓ˘ÌÓÒÚ¸ ÔÓ„ÎÓ˘ÂÌËfl (SAR). àÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌË ‰Û„Ëı ÚËÔÓ‚ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚ ÏÓÊÂÚ
àÁÏÂÂÌË SAR ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ÔË‚ÂÒÚË Í ÓÚ͇ÁÛ ‚ ÔËÂÏ ÔÂÚÂÌÁËÈ Ë
Òڇ̉‡ÚËÁÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÒÔÓÒÓ·‡, Á‡Íβ˜‡˛˘Â„ÓÒfl ‚ ‡ÌÌÛÎËÓ‚‡Ì˲ ‚ÒÂı „‡‡ÌÚËÈ Ì‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ.
‡·ÓÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ̇ Ò‡ÏÓÈ ‚˚ÒÓÍÓÈ äÓÏ ÚÓ„Ó, ˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ ÓÔ‡ÒÌ˚Ï.
ÒÂÚËÙˈËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓÈ ÏÓ˘ÌÓÒÚË ‚Ó ‚ÒÂı • á‡Ô¢‡ÂÚÒfl ‡Á·Ë‡Ú¸ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó.
ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÏ˚ı ˜‡ÒÚÓÚÌ˚ı ‰Ë‡Ô‡ÁÓ̇ı. (èË ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓÒÚË ÂÏÓÌÚ‡ ÓÚÌÂÒËÚÂ Â„Ó Í
Í‚‡ÎËÙˈËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓÏÛ ÒÔˆˇÎËÒÚÛ.)
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• ç ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚·ÎËÁË ˝ÎÂÍÚÓÔË·ÓÓ‚, • ç ÔÓ‰‚Â„‡ÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒڂ˲ ÊˉÍÓÒÚË

| êÛÍÓ‚Ó‰ÒÚ‚Ó
̇ÔËÏÂ, ‚·ÎËÁË ÚÂ΂ËÁÓ‡, ‡‰ËÓ ËÎË ËÎË ‚·„Ë.
ÔÂÒÓ̇θÌÓ„Ó ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ‡. • àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ڇÍË ÔË̇‰ÎÂÊÌÓÒÚË, Í‡Í Ì‡Û¯ÌËÍË,
• ìÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó Ì ‰ÓÎÊÌÓ Ì‡ıÓ‰ËÚ¸Òfl ‚·ÎËÁË ÓÒÚÓÓÊÌÓ. ç ÔË͇҇ÈÚÂÒ¸ Í ‡ÌÚÂÌÌ ·ÂÁ
ËÒÚÓ˜ÌËÍÓ‚ ÚÂÔ·, ̇ÔËÏÂ, ‡‰Ë‡ÚÓÓ‚ ËÎË ÔÎËÚ. ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓÒÚË.
• ç ÓÌflÈÚ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó.
• ìÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó Ì ‰ÓÎÊÌÓ ÔÓ‰‚Â„‡Ú¸Òfl ÏÂı‡Ì˘ÂÒÍÓÈ ùÎÂÍÚÓÌÌ˚ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡
‚Ë·‡ˆËË ËÎË Û‰‡‡Ï. ÇÒ ·ÂÒÔÓ‚Ó‰Ì˚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ˚ ÔÓ‰‚ÂÊÂÌ˚ ‚ÎËflÌ˲
• á‡Ô¢‡ÂÚÒfl Á‡‚Ó‡˜Ë‚‡Ú¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚ Ó·ÂÚÓ˜ÌÛ˛ ÔÓÏÂı, ˜ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÓÚ‡Ê‡Ú¸Òfl ̇ Ëı ‡·Ó˜Ëı
·Ûχ„Û ËÎË ‚ËÌËÎÓ‚Û˛ ÛÔ‡ÍÓ‚ÍÛ, Ú‡Í Í‡Í ÔÓÍ˚ÚË ı‡‡ÍÚÂËÒÚË͇ı.
ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÏÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ ÔÓ‚ÂʉÂÌÓ. • á‡Ô¢‡ÂÚÒfl ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÏÓ·ËθÌ˚È ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ
• ÑÎfl ˜ËÒÚÍË ÔÓ‚ÂıÌÓÒÚË ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÒÛıÛ˛ Ú̸͇. ‚·ÎËÁË Ï‰ˈËÌÒÍÓ„Ó Ó·ÓÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËfl ·ÂÁ
(ç ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ·ÂÌÁËÌ, ‡ÒÚ‚ÓËÚÂÎË ËÎË ÒÔËÚ) ‡Á¯ÂÌËfl ̇ ˝ÚÓ. ç ‡ÁÏ¢‡ÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ì‡‰
• ìÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó Ì ‰ÓÎÊÌÓ ÔÓ‰‚Â„‡Ú¸Òfl ˜ÂÁÏÂÌÓÏÛ Í‡‰ËÓÒÚËÏÛÎflÚÓÓÏ, ÚÓ ÂÒÚ¸ ‚ ̇„Û‰ÌÓÏ
‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒڂ˲ ‰˚χ ËÎË Ô˚ÎË. ͇χÌÂ.
• ç ‰ÂÊËÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚·ÎËÁË Í‰ËÚÌ˚ı ͇Ú, • åÓ·ËθÌ˚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ˚ ÏÓ„ÛÚ ‚˚Á˚‚‡Ú¸ ÔÓÏÂıË ‚
Ú‡ÌÒÔÓÚÌ˚ı ·ËÎÂÚÓ‚ Ë Ú.‰., Ú‡Í Í‡Í ˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÒÎÛıÓ‚˚ı ‡ÔÔ‡‡Ú‡ı.
ÔÓ‚ÎËflÚ¸ ̇ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ ̇ χ„ÌËÚÌ˚ı ÔÓÎÓÒ͇ı. • åÓ·ËθÌ˚È ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÏÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ Ô˘ËÌÓÈ
• ç ÔÓ‰‚Â„‡ÈÚ ˝Í‡Ì Û‰‡‡Ï ÓÒÚ˚ÏË Ì·Óθ¯Ëı ÔÓÏÂı ‚ ‡·ÓÚ ÚÂ΂ËÁÓÓ‚, ‡‰ËÓ,
Ô‰ÏÂÚ‡ÏË, Ú‡Í Í‡Í ˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔË‚ÂÒÚË Í ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÓ‚ Ë Ú.‰.
ÔÓ‚ÂʉÂÌ˲ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.

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êÂÍÓÏẨ‡ˆËË ‰Îfl ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓ„Ó Ë ˝ÙÙÂÍÚË‚ÌÓ„Ó ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl
\ êÛÍÓ‚Ó‰ÒÚ‚Ó

ÅÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚ¸ ÔË ‰‚ËÊÂÌËË Ì‡ ‰ÓÓ„‡ı é·Î‡ÒÚ¸ Ôӂ‰ÂÌËfl ‚Á˚‚Ì˚ı


ëÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚Û˛Ú ÒÔˆˇθÌ˚ Á‡ÍÓÌ˚ Ë Ô‡‚Ë·, ‡·ÓÚ
„ÛÎËÛ˛˘Ëe ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌË ÏÓ·ËθÌ˚ı ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚ ç ÔÓθÁÛÈÚÂÒ¸ ÏÓ·ËθÌ˚Ï ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓÏ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl
ÔË ‚ÓʉÂÌËË ‡‚ÚÓÏÓ·ËÎfl. Ôӂ‰ÂÌËfl ‚Á˚‚Ì˚ı ‡·ÓÚ. çÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ Òӷβ‰‡Ú¸
• ÇÓ ‚ÂÏfl ÛÔ‡‚ÎÂÌËfl ‡‚ÚÓÏÓ·ËÎÂÏ Ì ÔÓθÁÛÈÚÂÒ¸ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Ë ӄ‡Ì˘ÂÌËfl, Á‡ÍÓÌ˚ Ë Ô‡‚Ë·.
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓÏ, ‰Âʇ Â„Ó ‚ ÛÍÂ.
• ÇÒ ‚ÌËχÌË ‰ÓÎÊÌÓ ·˚Ú¸ ÒÓÒ‰ÓÚÓ˜ÂÌÓ Ì‡ èÓÚÂ̈ˇθÌÓ ‚Á˚‚ÓÓÔ‡Ò̇fl Ò‰‡
ÛÔ‡‚ÎÂÌËË ‡‚ÚÓÏÓ·ËÎÂÏ.
• ç ÔÓθÁÛÈÚÂÒ¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓÏ Ì‡ Á‡Ô‡‚Ó˜Ì˚ı
• àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ „‡ÌËÚÛÛ «Ò‚Ó·Ó‰Ì˚ ÛÍË». Òڇ̈Ëflı. ç ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚·ÎËÁË
• ÖÒÎË ‰ÓÓÊÌ˚ ÛÒÎÓ‚Ëfl ˝ÚÓ„Ó ÚÂ·Û˛Ú, ÔÂ‰ „Ó˛˜Â„Ó ËÎË ıËÏ˘ÂÒÍËı ‚¢ÂÒÚ‚.
ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎÂÌËÂÏ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ËÎË ‰Ó ÓÚ‚ÂÚ‡ ̇ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ • á‡Ô¢‡ÂÚÒfl ÔÂ‚ÓÁËÚ¸ ËÎË ı‡ÌËÚ¸ Ó„ÌÂÓÔ‡ÒÌ˚Â
‚˚ÁÓ‚ Ò˙‰¸ÚÂ Ò ÔÓÂÁÊÂÈ ˜‡ÒÚË. „‡Á˚, ÊˉÍÓÒÚË ËÎË ‚Á˚‚˜‡Ú˚ ‚¢ÂÒÚ‚‡ ‚ ÓÚÒÂÍÂ
• ꇉËÓ˜‡ÒÚÓÚ̇fl ˝ÌÂ„Ëfl ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚ÎËflÚ¸ ̇ ‡‚ÚÓÏÓ·ËÎfl, ‚ ÍÓÚÓÓÏ Ì‡ıÓ‰ËÚÒfl ÏÓ·ËθÌ˚È
ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ ˝ÎÂÍÚÓÌÌ˚ ÒËÒÚÂÏ˚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ë ÔË̇‰ÎÂÊÌÓÒÚË Í ÌÂÏÛ.
‡‚ÚÓÚ‡ÌÒÔÓÚÌÓ„Ó Ò‰ÒÚ‚‡, ̇ÔËÏÂ ̇
‡‚ÚÓχ„ÌËÚÓÎÛ Ë ÒËÒÚÂÏÛ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË.
Ç Ò‡ÏÓÎÂÚÂ
• ÖÒÎË ‚‡¯‡ χ¯Ë̇ Ó·ÓÛ‰Ó‚‡Ì‡ ÔÓ‰Û¯ÍÓÈ
·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË, Ì Á‡ÒÎÓÌflÈڠ ‚ÒÚ‡Ë‚‡ÂÏ˚Ï ËÎË ÅÂÒÔÓ‚Ó‰Ì˚ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ ÏÓ„ÛÚ ÔË‚ÂÒÚË Í Ò·ÓflÏ ‚
ÔÂÂÌÓÒÌ˚Ï ·ÂÒÔÓ‚Ó‰Ì˚Ï Ó·ÓÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËÂÏ. ‡·ÓÚ ҇ÏÓÎfiÚÌÓ„Ó Ó·ÓÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËfl.
Ç ÒÎÛ˜‡Â ÌÂÔ‡‚ËθÌÓ„Ó ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl ˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ • èË ÔÓÒ‡‰Í ̇ Ò‡ÏÓÎÂÚ ‚˚Íβ˜ËÚ ÏÓ·ËθÌ˚È
‚˚Á‚‡Ú¸ ÒÂ¸ÂÁÌ˚ Ú‡‚Ï˚. ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ.
• ç ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ì‡ ·ÓÚÛ Ò‡ÏÓÎfiÚ‡ ·ÂÁ
‡Á¯ÂÌËfl ̇ ÚÓ ˝ÍËԇʇ.
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• àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÚÓθÍÓ ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ˚ Ë Á‡fl‰Ì˚Â

| êÛÍÓ‚Ó‰ÒÚ‚Ó
ÑÂÚË ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ ÍÓÏÔ‡ÌËË LG. á‡fl‰Ì˚ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡
ï‡ÌËÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚ ̉ÓÒÚÛÔÌÓÏ ‰Îfl χÎÂ̸ÍËı ‰ÂÚÂÈ ÍÓÏÔ‡ÌËË LG Ô‰̇Á̇˜ÂÌ˚ ‰Îfl Ó·ÂÒÔ˜ÂÌËfl
ÏÂÒÚÂ. Ç ÌÂÏ ÂÒÚ¸ ÏÂÎÍË ‰ÂÚ‡ÎË, ÍÓÚÓ˚ ÔË Ï‡ÍÒËχθÌÓ„Ó ÒÓ͇ ÒÎÛÊ·˚ ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ‡.
ÓÚÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËË Ë ÔÓÔ‡‰‡ÌËË ‚ ‰˚ı‡ÚÂθÌ˚ ÔÛÚË ÏÓ„ÛÚ
‚˚Á‚‡Ú¸ Û‰Û¯¸Â. • á‡Ô¢‡ÂÚÒfl ‡Á·Ë‡Ú¸ ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓÌ˚È ·ÎÓÍ ËÎË
‚˚Á˚‚‡Ú¸ ÍÓÓÚÍÓ Á‡Ï˚͇ÌËÂ Â„Ó ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚÓ‚.
• åÂÚ‡Î΢ÂÒÍË ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ˚ ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓÌÓ„Ó ·ÎÓ͇
ùÍÒÚÂÌÌ˚È ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ‰ÓÎÊÌ˚ ·˚Ú¸ ˜ËÒÚ˚ÏË.
ùÍÒÚÂÌÌ˚È ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ ̉ÓÒÚÛÔÂÌ ‚ • á‡ÏÂÌflÈÚ ·‡Ú‡ÂË, ÂÒÎË ÓÌË Ì Óڂ˜‡˛Ú
ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ı ÒÂÚflı ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË. èÓ˝ÚÓÏÛ ÌÂθÁfl Ô‰˙fl‚ÎflÂÏ˚Ï Ú·ӂ‡ÌËflÏ. ŇڇÂË ÏÓÊÌÓ
ÔÓÎÌÓÒÚ¸˛ ÔÓ·„‡Ú¸Òfl ̇ ‰‡ÌÌ˚È ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ, ÍÓ„‰‡ Á‡flʇڸ ÒÓÚÌË ‡Á ‰Ó ÚÂı ÔÓ, ÔÓ͇ ËÏ
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ Ò‰Â·ڸ ˝ÍÒÚÂÌÌ˚È ‚˚ÁÓ‚. ÑÎfl ÔÓÚ·ÛÂÚÒfl Á‡ÏÂ̇.
ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ˝ÚÓÈ ËÌÙÓχˆËË Ó·‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í Ò‚ÓÂÏÛ
ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÛ ÛÒÎÛ„. • ÖÒÎË ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ Ì ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚÒfl ‚ Ú˜ÂÌËÂ
‰ÎËÚÂθÌÓ„Ó ‚ÂÏÂÌË, Â„Ó ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ Á‡fl‰ËÚ¸,
˜ÚÓ·˚ Û‚Â΢ËÚ¸ ˝ÍÒÔÎÛ‡Ú‡ˆËÓÌÌÛ˛ ÔË„Ó‰ÌÓÒÚ¸.
낉ÂÌËfl Ó· ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓÂ Ë • á‡Ô¢‡ÂÚÒfl ÔÓ‰‚Â„‡Ú¸ Á‡fl‰ÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó
Ó·‡˘ÂÌËÂ Ò ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓÏ ‚ÓÁ‰ÂÈÒڂ˲ ÔflÏÓ„Ó ÒÓÎ̘ÌÓ„Ó Ò‚ÂÚ‡ ËÎË
• èÂ‰ Á‡fl‰ÍÓÈ Ì ÌÛÊÌÓ ÔÓÎÌÓÒÚ¸˛ ‡Áflʇڸ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ Â„Ó ‚ ÛÒÎÓ‚Ëflı ÔÓ‚˚¯ÂÌÌÓÈ
‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ. Ç ÓÚ΢ˠÓÚ ‰Û„Ëı ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓÌ˚ı ‚·ÊÌÓÒÚË, ̇ÔËÏÂ ‚ ‚‡ÌÌÓÈ ÍÓÏ̇ÚÂ.
ÒËÒÚÂÏ Û ˝ÚÓ„Ó ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ‡ ÓÚÒÛÚÒÚ‚ÛÂÚ ˝ÙÙÂÍÚ • á‡Ô¢‡ÂÚÒfl ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÚ¸ ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ ‚ ıÓÎÓ‰Ì˚ı
Ô‡ÏflÚË, ÍÓÚÓ˚È ÏÓÊÂÚ Ì··„ÓÔËflÚÌÓ Ò͇Á‡Ú¸Òfl ÏÂÒÚ‡ı, ˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔË‚ÂÒÚË Í ÛıÛ‰¯ÂÌ˲ ‡·Ó˜Ëı
̇ ı‡‡ÍÚÂËÒÚË͇ı ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ‡. ı‡‡ÍÚÂËÒÚËÍ ‡ÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ‡.

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îÛÌ͈ËË M6100
éÔËÒ‡ÌË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇
\ îÛÌ͈ËË M6100

Çˉ ÒÔÂÂ‰Ë Çˉ ÒÔ‡‚‡

3
2
4

1. ÅÓÍÓ‚˚ Í·‚Ë¯Ë ‚‚Âı/‚ÌËÁ 3. ÉÌÂÁ‰Ó ‰Îfl ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌËfl „‡ÌËÚÛ˚


• ê„ÛÎËӂ͇ „ÓÏÍÓÒÚË Ò˄̇ÎÓ‚ Í·‚ˇÚÛ˚ ‚ 4. ä‡ÏÂ‡/äÌÓÔ͇ MP3
ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ÔË ÓÚÍ˚ÚÓÏ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ. éÚÍÓÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ,˜ÚÓ·˚ ÓÚÍ˚Ú¸ Ó·˙ÂÍÚË‚
• ê„ÛÎËӂ͇ „ÓÏÍÓÒÚË Ì‡Û¯ÌË͇ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ͇ÏÂ˚.
‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡. • ä‡ÚÍÓ‚ÂÏÂÌÌÓ ̇ʇÚË ̇ ‰‡ÌÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ
2. ùÍ‡Ì ‚˚Á˚‚‡ÂÚ ÏÂÌ˛ åÛθÚËωˇ.
• ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ‰‡ÌÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ, ˜ÚÓ·˚
‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸ MP3 ÔÎÂÂ.

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| îÛÌ͈ËË M6100
ŇڇÂfl
1. é·˙ÂÍÚË‚ ͇ÏÂ˚
1 2 ÖÒÎË Ó·˙ÂÍÚË‚ ͇ÏÂ˚ Á‡„flÁÌÂÌ, ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Ó
ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÈ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÛıÛ‰¯ËÚ¸Òfl.
2. îÓÚÓ‚ÒÔ˚¯Ía
3. éÚ‚ÂÒÚËfl ‰Îfl Âϯ͇
5
4. ᇢÂÎ͇ ÓÚÒÂ͇ ‰Îfl ·‡Ú‡ÂË
3 ç‡ÊÏËÚ ˝ÚÛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ, ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÒÌflÚ¸ ·‡Ú‡².
4 5. ŇڇÂfl
6. ÉÌÂÁ‰Ó SIM-͇Ú˚
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7 7. äÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ˚ SIM-͇Ú˚
8 8. äÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ˚ ·‡Ú‡ÂË
9 9. ê‡Á˙fiÏ ‰Îfl ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌËfl ͇·ÂÎfl ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı/
ê‡Á˙fiÏ ‰Îfl ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌËfl Á‡fl‰ÌÓ„Ó ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡

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îÛÌ͈ËË M6100
Ç ‡ÒÍ˚ÚÓÏ ‚ˉÂ
\ îÛÌ͈ËË M6100

ÇÌËχÌËÂ
1 óÚÓ·˚ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ ÎÛ˜¯Â ÒÎ˚¯‡Î ‡Á„Ó‚Ó, ÓÚÍ˚‚‡ÈÚÂ
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ.

1. ÑË̇ÏËÍ
6
2. ょfl ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θ̇fl Í·‚˯‡
Ç˚ÔÓÎÌÂÌË ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl, Û͇Á‡ÌÌÓ„Ó Ì‡ ˝Í‡ÌÂ
7 ÌÂÔÓÒ‰ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ Ì‡‰ Í·‚˯ÂÈ.
2 8 3. ä·‚˯‡ éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸
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3 10 燷Ó ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓ„Ó ÌÓÏÂ‡ Ë ÓÚ‚ÂÚ Ì‡ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ
‚˚ÁÓ‚˚. ç‡Ê‡‚ ˝ÚÛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl,
11 ÏÓÊÌÓ Ú‡ÍÊ ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸ ·˚ÒÚ˚È ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ Í
ÔÓÒΉÌËÏ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÏ, ËÒıÓ‰fl˘ËÏ Ë
ÔÓÔÛ˘ÂÌÌ˚Ï ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡Ï.
4 4. ä·‚Ë¯Ë ˆËÙ Ë Á̇ÍÓ‚
12 Ç‚Ó‰ ˆËÙ, ·ÛÍ‚ Ë ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ı ÒÔˆˇθÌ˚ı
ÒËÏ‚ÓÎÓ‚.
5

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| îÛÌ͈ËË M6100
5. åËÍÓÙÓÌ 11. ä·‚˯‡ éÚÏÂÌËÚ¸
åÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ ÓÚÍβ˜ÂÌ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡. ëÚË‡ÂÚ ·ÛÍ‚˚ ËÎË ˆËÙ˚ ÔË Í‡Ê‰ÓÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËË.
ì‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ˝ÚÛ Í·‚Ë¯Û ‰Îfl ÒÚË‡ÌËfl ‚Ò„Ó
6. ùÍ‡Ì
ÚÂÍÒÚ‡. àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ˝ÚÛ Í·‚Ë¯Û ‰Îfl ÔÂÂıÓ‰‡ ̇
éÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ÔÓÎÌÓˆ‚ÂÚÌ˚ı Á̇˜ÍÓ‚ ÒÓÒÚÓflÌËfl Ô‰˚‰Û˘ËÈ ÛÓ‚Â̸ ÏÂÌ˛.
ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇, ÔÛÌÍÚÓ‚ ÏÂÌ˛, ËÌÙÓχˆËË ËÁ
àÌÚÂÌÂÚ‡, Ë Ú‡Í ‰‡ÎÂÂ. 12. ëÔˆˇθÌ˚ Í·‚˯Ë
• 0 : ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ˝ÚÛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ,
7. ä·‚Ë¯Ë ìÔ‡‚ÎÂÌËfl
˜ÚÓ·˚ ‚‚ÂÒÚË ÁÌ‡Í ÏÂʉÛ̇Ó‰ÌÓ„Ó
àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ˝ÚË Í·‚Ë¯Ë ‰Îfl ÔÓÍÛÚÍË ÏÂÌ˛ Ë Á‚ÓÌ͇ “+”.
ÔÂÂÏ¢ÂÌËfl ÍÛÒÓ‡.
• # : ÇÓ ‚ÂÏfl ̇·Ó‡ ÌÓÏÂ‡ Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ˝ÚÛ
8. è‡‚‡fl ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θ̇fl Í·‚˯‡ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ, ˜ÚÓ·˚ ‚‚ÂÒÚË Ô‡ÛÁÛ.
Ç˚ÔÓÎÌÂÌË ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl, Û͇Á‡ÌÌÓ„Ó Ì‡ ˝Í‡ÌÂ
ÌÂÔÓÒ‰ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ Ì‡‰ Í·‚˯ÂÈ.
9. ä·‚˯‡ ÔÓ‰Ú‚ÂʉÂÌËfl
Ç˚·Ó Ô‡‡ÏÂÚÓ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ Ë ÔÓ‰Ú‚ÂʉÂÌËÂ
‰ÂÈÒÚ‚ËÈ.
10. ä·‚˯‡ èËÚ‡ÌËÂ/ᇂÂ¯ËÚ¸
àÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚÒfl ‰Îfl Á‡‚Â¯ÂÌËfl ËÎË ÓÚÍÎÓÌÂÌËfl
‚˚ÁÓ‚‡, ‡ Ú‡ÍÊ ‰Îfl ‚ÓÁ‚‡Ú‡ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl.
ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ˝ÚÛ Í·‚˯Û, ˜ÚÓ·˚
‚Íβ˜ËÚ¸ ËÎË ‚˚Íβ˜ËÚ¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ.

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îÛÌ͈ËË M6100
éÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ËÌÙÓχˆËË ëËÏ‚ÓÎ éÔËÒ‡ÌËÂ
\ îÛÌ͈ËË M6100

ÇÓ ‚ÂÏfl ‡·ÓÚ˚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ̇ ‰ËÒÔΠÏÓ„ÛÚ ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl


ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡Ú¸Òfl Ò‡ÁÛ ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌ˚ı ÓÛÏËÌ„ ‚ ‰Û„ÓÈ ÒÂÚË.
Ë̉Ë͇ÚÓÓ‚. àı ÓÔËÒ‡ÌË ÔË‚Ó‰ËÚÒfl ÌËÊÂ.
ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ÒÂ‚ËÒ GPRS ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÂÌ.
ëËÏ‚ÓÎ éÔËÒ‡ÌË ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ·Û‰ËθÌËÍ Ì‡ÒÚÓÂÌ Ë
‚Íβ˜ÂÌ.
ëËÏ‚ÓÎ éÔËÒ‡ÌËÂ
ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ ÒÓÒÚÓflÌË Á‡fl‰‡ ·‡Ú‡ÂË.
èÓ͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ ÏÓ˘ÌÓÒÚ¸ ÔËÌËχÂÏÓ„Ó
Ò˄̇· ÒÂÚË. ❈ ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ‚ ‰‡ÌÌ˚È ÏÓÏÂÌÚ ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÓ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÂ
ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ‚˚ÁÓ‚. ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ì ÔÓÙËθ
❈ 䇘ÂÒÚ‚Ó ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÏÂÌflÚ¸Òfl ‚ “ÇË·‡ˆËfl”.
Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÁÓÌ˚ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl ÒÂÚË.
ÖÒÎË ÒË· Ò˄̇· ÌËÊ 2 Á̇˜ÍÓ‚, ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ì ÔÓÙËθ
ÔË„ÎÛ¯ÂÌË Á‚Û͇, ÔÎÓı‡fl ÒÎ˚¯ËÏÓÒÚ¸ ËÎË “ÉÓÏÍÓ”.
ÔÓÚÂfl ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl. ÇÓ ‚ÂÏfl Á‚ÓÌ͇ Ó·‡ÚËÚ ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ì ÔÓÙËθ
‚ÌËχÌË ̇ ÒÓÒÚÓflÌË Ë̉Ë͇ÚÓÓ‚ ÒÂÚË.
“íËıËÈ”.
ÖÒÎË ÓÌË ÓÚÒÛÚÒÚ‚Û˛Ú, ˝ÚÓ ÓÁ̇˜‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ‚˚
̇ıÓ‰ËÚÂÒ¸ ‚Ì ÁÓÌ˚ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl ÒÂÚË: ‚ ˝ÚÓÏ ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ì ÔÓÙËθ
ÒÎÛ˜‡Â ÌË͇͇fl ÒÎÛÊ·‡ ÒÂÚË (‚˚ÁÓ‚ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡, “ç‡Û¯ÌËÍË”.
ÒÎÛÊ·‡ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ Ë Ú.‰.) Ì ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ̇.

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ëËÏ‚ÓÎ éÔËÒ‡ÌËÂ

| îÛÌ͈ËË M6100
ì͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ì ÔÓÙËθ
“é·˘ËÈ”.
àÌÙÓÏËÛÂÚ Ó· ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËË ÛÒÎÛ„Ë
WAP.
àÌÙÓÏËÛÂÚ Ó· ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËË ÛÒÎÛ„Ë
WAP GPRS.
ç‡ÒÚÓÂÌÓ ÒÓ·˚ÚË Âʉ̂ÌË͇
ëÎÛÊ·‡ ÔÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ‡ÍÚ˂̇
ÇÍβ˜Â̇ ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl Bluetooth

ÇÌËχÌËÂ
• ÖÒÎË ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ÌËÁÍËÈ Á‡fl‰ ·‡Ú‡ÂË,
‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ, Ì ۉ‡ÒÚÒfl ‚ÓÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl
ÙÛÌ͈ËflÏË Í‡ÏÂ˚ ËÎË ÏÛθÚËωˇ.
• èË ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËË ÙÛÌ͈ËË ÏÛθÚËωˇ
ÒÓÒÚÓflÌË ·‡Ú‡ÂË ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÁÏÂÌflÚ¸Òfl.

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èÓ‰„ÓÚӂ͇ Í Ì‡˜‡ÎÛ ‡·ÓÚ˚
ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ SIM ͇Ú˚ Ë ·‡Ú‡ÂË 2. ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ SIM-͇Ú˚.
ÇÒÚ‡‚¸Ú SIM ͇ÚÛ ‚ ‰ÂʇÚÂθ Ë Á‡‰‚Ë̸ڠ ‰Ó
\èÓ‰„ÓÚӂ͇ Í Ì‡˜‡ÎÛ ‡·ÓÚ˚

èÂ‰ ÚÂÏ, Í‡Í ‚˚ÌÛÚ¸ ·‡Ú‡², ۷‰ËÚÂÒ¸ ‚ ÚÓÏ, ˜ÚÓ ÛÔÓ‡. ì·Â‰ËÚÂÒ¸ ‚ ÚÓÏ, ˜ÚÓ SIM-͇Ú‡ ‚ÒÚ‡‚ÎÂ̇
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÓÚÍβ˜ÂÌ. Ô‡‚ËθÌÓ, ‡ ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚÌ˚È Û˜‡ÒÚÓÍ ÁÓÎÓÚËÒÚÓ„Ó ˆ‚ÂÚ‡
1. ëÌflÚË ·‡Ú‡ÂË. ̇Ô‡‚ÎÂÌ ‚ÌËÁ. ÑÎfl ÚÓ„Ó, ˜ÚÓ·˚ ËÁ‚Θ¸ SIM-
뉂Ë̸Ú Á‡˘ÂÎÍÛ ÓÚÒÂ͇ ‰Îfl ·‡Ú‡ÂË ‚‚Âı, Á‡ÚÂÏ Í‡ÚÛ, ÔÓ‰‚Ë̸ڠ ‚ ̇Ô‡‚ÎÂÌËË ‚ÂıÌÂÈ ˜‡ÒÚË
‡ÍÍÛ‡ÚÌÓ ‚˚Ú‡˘ËÚ ·‡Ú‡², ‰Âʇ  Á‡ ‚ÂıÌ˛˛ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ Ë ‚˚Ú‡˘Ëڠ ËÁ ‰ÂʇÚÂÎfl ͇Ú˚.
˜‡ÒÚ¸.

ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ SIM-͇Ú˚ àÁ‚ΘÂÌË SIM-͇Ú˚

ÇÌËχÌËÂ!
èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
äÓÌÚ‡ÍÚÌÓ ÓÍÌÓ SIM ͇Ú˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ ΄ÍÓ
ëÌflÚË ·‡Ú‡ÂË ÔË ‚Íβ˜ÂÌÌÓÏ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓˆ‡‡Ô‡ÌÓ. ÅÛ‰¸Ú ‡ÍÍÛ‡ÚÌ˚, ÍÓ„‰‡ ‰ÂÊËÚÂ
ÔË‚ÂÒÚË Í Ò·ÓflÏ ‚ ‡·ÓÚÂ. SIM-͇ÚÛ.

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3. ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ·‡Ú‡ÂË. 1. Ç ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚ËË Ò Ì‡Ô‡‚ÎÂÌËÂÏ ÒÚÂÎÍË,
ÔÓ͇Á‡ÌÌÓÈ Ì‡ ËÒÛÌÍÂ, ‚ÒÚ‡‚¸Ú ¯ÚÂÍÂ Á‡fl‰ÌÓ„Ó

| èÓ‰„ÓÚӂ͇ Í Ì‡˜‡ÎÛ ‡·ÓÚ˚


ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ ‚ ‡Á˙fiÏ, ‡ÒÔÓÎÓÊÂÌÌ˚È ‚ ÌËÊÌÂÈ
˜‡ÒÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
2. èÓ‰Íβ˜ËÚ Á‡fl‰ÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó Í ÒÂÚË
˝ÎÂÍÚÓÔËÚ‡ÌËfl. àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÚÓθÍÓ Á‡fl‰ÌÓÂ
ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó, ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Â ‚ ÍÓÏÔÎÂÍÚ.
3. à̉Ë͇ÚÓ Á‡fl‰‡ ·‡Ú‡ÂË ÓÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚÒfl Ë ·Û‰ÂÚ
ÔÓ͇Á˚‚‡Ú¸ χÍÒËχθÌÓ Á̇˜ÂÌËÂ, ÍÓ„‰‡ Á‡fl‰Í‡
·‡Ú‡ÂË Á‡‚Â¯ËÚÒfl.
á‡fl‰Í‡ ·‡Ú‡ÂË
èÂ‰ ÚÂÏ, Í‡Í ÔÓ‰ÒÓ‰ËÌËÚ¸ Í ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÛ ¯ÚÂÍÂ ÇÌËχÌËÂ
ÔÂÂÌÓÒÌÓ„Ó Á‡fl‰ÌÓ„Ó ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡, ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚÂ
• ç ÔË·„‡ÈÚ ˜ÂÁÏÂÌ˚ı ÛÒËÎËÈ ÔË
·‡Ú‡² ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ. ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌËË ¯ÚÂÍÂ‡, ˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚Á‚‡Ú¸
ÔÓ‚ÂʉÂÌË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ Ë/ËÎË Á‡fl‰ÌÓ„Ó
ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡.
• èË Ì‡ıÓʉÂÌËË Á‡ „‡ÌˈÂÈ ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚÂ
ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘ËÈ ‡‰‡ÔÚÂ ‰Îfl Ô‡‚ËθÌÓ„Ó
ÔÓ‰ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl Á‡fl‰ÌÓ„Ó ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡.
• ç ۉ‡ÎflÈÚ ·‡Ú‡² ËÎË SIM-͇ÚÛ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl
Á‡fl‰ÍË.

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èÓ‰„ÓÚӂ͇ Í Ì‡˜‡ÎÛ ‡·ÓÚ˚
2. éÚÍβ˜ËÚ Á‡fl‰ÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ÓÚ ÓÁÂÚÍË.
éÒÚÓÓÊÌÓ
éÚÍβ˜ËÚ Á‡fl‰ÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ÓÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇,
• ÇÓ ËÁ·ÂʇÌËfl ÔÓ‡ÊÂÌËfl ˝ÎÂÍÚ˘ÂÒÍËÏ ÚÓÍÓÏ
\ èÓ‰„ÓÚӂ͇ Í Ì‡˜‡ÎÛ ‡·ÓÚ˚

̇ʇ‚ ̇ ÒÂ˚ ‚˚ÒÚÛÔ˚ Ò Ó·ÂËı ÒÚÓÓÌ


ËÎË ÔÓʇ‡ ÓÚÒÓ‰ËÌflÈÚ ¯ÌÛ ˝ÎÂÍÚÓÔËÚ‡ÌËfl
¯ÚÂÍÂ‡ Ë ÔÓÚflÌÛ‚ Á‡ Ì„Ó.
Ë Á‡fl‰ÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ÓÚ ÓÁÂÚÍË
˝ÎÂÍÚÓÔËÚ‡ÌËfl ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl „ÓÁ˚.
• é·Â„‡ÈÚ ·‡Ú‡² ÓÚ ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ‡ Ò ÓÒÚ˚ÏË
Ô‰ÏÂÚ‡ÏË, ‚ ˜‡ÒÚÌÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ‡ Ò ÁÛ·‡ÏË
ËÎË ÍÓ„ÚflÏË ÊË‚ÓÚÌ˚ı. ùÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚Á‚‡Ú¸
ÔÓʇ.
• ç ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl Á‡fl‰ÍË, ˝ÚÓ
ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚Á‚‡Ú¸ ÍÓÓÚÍÓ Á‡Ï˚͇ÌË ‚
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ë/ËÎË ÔÓ‡ÊÂÌË ˝ÎÂÍÚ˘ÂÒÍËÏ
ÚÓÍÓÏ ËÎË ÔÓʇ.

èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
éÚÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌË ‡‰‡ÔÚÂ‡ • èË ÔÂ‚ÓÏ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇
éÚÒÓ‰ËÌËÚ ‡‰‡ÔÚÂ ÓÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÔÛÚfiÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇ ۷‰ËÚÂÒ¸, ˜ÚÓ ·‡Ú‡Âfl Á‡flÊÂ̇ ÔÓÎÌÓÒÚ¸˛.
ÍÌÓÔÍË, ‡ÒÔÓÎÓÊÂÌÌ˚ ÔÓ ·ÓÍ‡Ï ¯ÚÂÍÂ‡ ‡‰‡ÔÚÂ‡, • ç ËÁ‚ÎÂ͇ÈÚ ·‡Ú‡² ËÎË SIM-͇ÚÛ ‚
Í‡Í ÔÓ͇Á‡ÌÓ Ì‡ ËÒÛÌÍÂ. ÔÓˆÂÒÒ Á‡fl‰ÍË.
1. èÓÒΠÓÍÓ̘‡ÌËfl ÔÓˆÂÒÒ‡ Á‡fl‰ÍË Ë̉Ë͇ÚÓ • Ç ÚÓÏ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â, ÂÒÎË ·‡Ú‡Âfl Á‡flÊÂ̇
·‡Ú‡ÂË ÓÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚÒfl, Ë Ì‡ ˝Í‡Ì ÓÚÓ·‡ÁËÚÒfl ÌÂÔ‡‚ËθÌÓ, ‚˚Íβ˜ËÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ, Á‡ÚÂÏ ÒÌÓ‚‡
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË “ÄÍÍÛÏÛÎflÚÓ Á‡flÊÂÌ” ‚Íβ˜ËÚÂ Â„Ó Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ÍÌÓÔÍË ÔËÚ‡ÌËfl.
(ÔË ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌÌÓÏ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ). àÁ‚ÎÂÍËÚÂ, Á‡ÚÂÏ ÒÌÓ‚‡ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ·‡Ú‡² Ë
ÔÂÂÁ‡fl‰ËÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ.

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ÇÍβ˜ÂÌËÂ Ë ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌË äÓ‰˚ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡
ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÑÎfl Ô‰ÓÚ‚‡˘ÂÌËfl ÌÂÒ‡Ì͈ËÓÌËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó

| èÓ‰„ÓÚӂ͇ Í Ì‡˜‡ÎÛ ‡·ÓÚ˚


ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚ÓÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl
ÇÍβ˜ÂÌË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÍÓ‰‡ÏË ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡, ÓÔËÒ‡ÌÌ˚ÏË ‚ ‰‡ÌÌÓÏ ‡Á‰ÂÎÂ.
1. ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ·‡Ú‡² ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ë ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ËÚ äÓ‰˚ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡ (ÍÓÏ ÍÓ‰Ó‚ PUK Ë PUK2) ÏÓÊÌÓ
Â„Ó Í ‚̯ÌÂÏÛ ËÒÚÓ˜ÌËÍÛ ÔËÚ‡ÌËfl, ̇ÔËÏÂ Í ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËË àÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ ÍÓ‰˚
ÔÓÚ‡ÚË‚ÌÓÏÛ ‡‰‡ÔÚÂÛ, ‡‰‡ÔÚÂÛ ‡‚ÚÓÏÓ·ËθÌÓ„Ó [åÂÌ˛ 7.4.6].
ÔËÍÛË‚‡ÚÂÎfl ËÎË Í ‡‚ÚÓÏÓ·ËθÌÓÈ „‡ÌËÚÛÂ.
åÓÊÌÓ Ú‡ÍÊ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Á‡flÊÂÌÌÛ˛ PIN-ÍÓ‰ (ÓÚ 4 ‰Ó 8 ˆËÙ)
·‡Ú‡². PIN-ÍÓ‰ (΢Ì˚È Ë‰ÂÌÚËÙË͇ˆËÓÌÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ)
2. ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë ‚ Ú˜ÂÌË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍËı ÒÂÍÛ̉ ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚÒfl ‰Îfl Ô‰ÓÚ‚‡˘ÂÌËfl
Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ E, ÔÓ͇ Ì ‚Íβ˜ËÚÒfl ÌÂÒ‡Ì͈ËÓÌËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl SIM͇Ú˚.
‰ËÒÔÎÂÈ. é·˚˜ÌÓ PIN-ÍÓ‰ Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ‚ÏÂÒÚ Ò
SIM-͇ÚÓÈ. ÖÒÎË ‰Îfl Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ‡ Á‡ÔÓÒ PIN-ÍÓ‰‡
3. Ç Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÚÓ„Ó, ‚Íβ˜ÂÌ ÎË Á‡ÔÓÒ ‚˚·‡ÌÓ Á̇˜ÂÌË ÇÍÎ., ÚÓ PIN-ÍÓ‰ ·Û‰ÂÚ
PIN-ÍÓ‰‡, ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓ̇‰Ó·ËÚ¸Òfl ‚‚ÂÒÚË PIN-ÍÓ‰. Á‡Ô‡¯Ë‚‡Ú¸Òfl ÔË Í‡Ê‰ÓÏ ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
Ç˚Íβ˜ÂÌË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÖÒÎË ‰Îfl Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ‡ Á‡ÔÓÒ PIN-ÍÓ‰‡ ‚˚·‡ÌÓ
Á̇˜ÂÌË Ç˚ÍÎ., ÚÓ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ò‡ÁÛ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜‡ÂÚÒfl Í
1. ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë ‚ Ú˜ÂÌË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍËı ÒÂÍÛ̉ ÒÂÚË ·ÂÁ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓÒÚË ‚‚Ó‰‡ PIN-ÍÓ‰‡.
Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ E, ÔÓ͇ Ì ‚˚Íβ˜ËÚÒfl
‰ËÒÔÎÂÈ.

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äÓ‰ PIN2 (ÓÚ 4 ‰Ó 8 ˆËÙ) äÓ‰ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË (ÓÚ 4 ‰Ó 8 ˆËÙ)
äÓ‰ PIN2 Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ‚ÏÂÒÚÂ Ò ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ÏË äÓ‰ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË ÒÎÛÊËÚ ‰Îfl Ô‰ÓÚ‚‡˘ÂÌËfl
\ èÓ‰„ÓÚӂ͇ Í Ì‡˜‡ÎÛ ‡·ÓÚ˚

SIM-͇Ú‡ÏË, ÓÌ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ ‰Îfl ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓÒÚË ÌÂÒ‡Ì͈ËÓÌËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.


ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl Ú‡ÍËı ÙÛÌ͈ËÈ, Í‡Í îËÍÒËÓ‚‡ÌÌ˚È èÓ ÛÏÓΘ‡Ì˲ ‰Îfl ÍÓ‰‡ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÓ
̇·Ó ÌÓÏÂÓ‚. ùÚË ÙÛÌ͈ËË ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÚÓθÍÓ ‚ ÚÓÏ Á̇˜ÂÌË ‘0000’. ùÚÓÚ ÍÓ‰ Ú·ÛÂÚÒfl ‰Îfl Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl
ÒÎÛ˜‡Â, ÂÒÎË ÓÌË ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡˛ÚÒfl SIM-͇ÚÓÈ. ÑÎfl ‚ÒÂı Á‡ÔËÒÂÈ Ì‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ Ë ‡ÍÚË‚‡ˆËË ÏÂÌ˛
ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ‰ÓÔÓÎÌËÚÂθÌÓÈ ËÌÙÓχˆËË Ó·‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í ë·ÓÒËÚ¸ ̇ÒÚÓÈÍË. äÓ‰ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ
ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÛ ÒÂÚË. Ú‡ÍÊ ‰Îfl ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl Ë ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl ÙÛÌ͈ËË
·ÎÓÍËÓ‚ÍË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ Ò ˆÂθ˛ Ô‰ÓÚ‚‡˘ÂÌËfl „Ó
äÓ‰ PUK (ÓÚ 4 ‰Ó 8 ˆËÙ) ÌÂÒ‡Ì͈ËÓÌËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl. á̇˜ÂÌËÂ
äÓ‰ PUK (Íβ˜ ‡Á·ÎÓÍËÓ‚‡ÌËfl PIN-ÍÓ‰‡) ÍÓ‰‡ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË ÔÓ ÛÏÓΘ‡Ì˲ ÏÓÊÌÓ ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ ‚
ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚÒfl ‰Îfl ‡Á·ÎÓÍËÓ‚ÍË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ Ò ÏÂÌ˛ ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË ➞ ÅÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚ¸.
Á‡·ÎÓÍËÓ‚‡ÌÌ˚Ï PIN-ÍÓ‰ÓÏ. äÓ‰ PUK ÏÓÊÂÚ
Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÚ¸Òfl ‚ÏÂÒÚÂ Ò SIM͇ÚÓÈ. ÖÒÎË ˝ÚÓ Ì ڇÍ, è‡Óθ Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡
‰Îfl Â„Ó ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl Ó·‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÛ ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ è‡Óθ Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ Ú·ÛÂÚÒfl ÔË
Ò‚flÁË. Ç ÒÎÛ˜‡Â Â„Ó ÛÚÂË Ú‡ÍÊ ӷ‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËË ÙÛÌ͈ËË á‡ÔÂÚ ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚. è‡Óθ
ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÛ ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË. ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸ Û ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓ‡ ÒÂÚË, ÂÒÎË ÂÒÚ¸
ÔÓ‰ÔËÒ͇ ̇ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Û˛ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛.
äÓ‰ PUK2 (ÓÚ 4 ‰Ó 8 ˆËÙ)
äÓ‰ PUK2 Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ‚ÏÂÒÚÂ Ò ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ÏË
SIM-͇Ú‡ÏË, ÓÌ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ ‰Îfl ËÁÏÂÌÂÌËfl
Á‡·ÎÓÍËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÍÓ‰‡ PIN2. Ç ÒÎÛ˜‡Â Â„Ó ÛÚÂË
Ó·‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÛ ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË.

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ÇıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ Ë ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë Á‚ÓÌÍË àÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë ÏÂʉÛ̇Ó‰Ì˚ Á‚ÓÌÍË
1. ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ 0 ‰Îfl ̇·Ó‡
àÒıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ÏÂʉÛ̇Ó‰ÌÓ„Ó ÍÓ‰‡. á̇˜ÓÍ '+' ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË

| éÒÌÓ‚Ì˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË
1. ì·Â‰ËÚÂÒ¸, ˜ÚÓ ‚‡¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚Íβ˜ÂÌ. ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÂÚ ‚˚·Ó ÏÂʉÛ̇Ó‰ÌÓ„Ó ÍÓ‰‡
2. ǂ‰ËÚ ÌÓÏÂ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇, ‚Íβ˜‡fl ÍÓ‰ ‡ÈÓ̇. ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡.
• ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl (C) 2. ǂ‰ËÚ ÍÓ‰ ÒÚ‡Ì˚, ÍÓ‰ ‡ÈÓ̇ Ë ÌÓÏÂ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
‰Îfl Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl ‚ÒÂ„Ó ÌÓÏÂ‡. 3. óÚÓ·˚ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÌËÚ¸ ÔÓ ÌÓÏÂÛ, ̇ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ S.
3. óÚÓ·˚ ‚˚Á‚‡Ú¸ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡, ̇ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ (S).
ᇂÂ¯ÂÌË Á‚ÓÌ͇
4. ÑÎfl Á‡‚Â¯ÂÌËfl ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ̇ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ
äÓ„‰‡ ‚˚ Á‡ÍÓ̘ËÎË ‚‡¯ ‡Á„Ó‚Ó, ̇ÊÏËÚ Í·‚˯Û
Á‡‚Â¯ÂÌËfl (E) ËÎË Ô‡‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛
ÓÍÓ̘‡ÌËfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡ (E) .
ÍÌÓÔÍÛ.

éÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎÂÌË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ Ò ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËÂÏ éÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎÂÌË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ Ò ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËÂÏ


ÒÔËÒ͇ ÊÛ̇· ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Ë
燷‡ÌÌ˚ ËÏÂ̇ Ë ÌÓÏÂ‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚ ÏÓÊÌÓ
1. Ç ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ̇ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ ÓÚÔ‡‚ÍË
ÒÓı‡ÌflÚ¸ ‚ ‡Á‰ÂΠ“äÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ˚”. åÓÊÌÓ ÒÓı‡ÌflÚ¸
(S), ÔË ˝ÚÓÏ ÓÚÓ·‡ÁflÚÒfl ÌÓÏÂ‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚
Ëı ̇ SIM-͇Ú Ë/ËÎË ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
ÔÓÒΉÌËı ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ëı, ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı Ë ÔÓÔÛ˘ÂÌÌ˚ı
ÑÎfl ̇·Ó‡ ÌÓÏÂ‡ ÔÓÒÚÓ Ì‡È‰ËÚ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ
‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚.
ÍÌË„Â ËÏfl ˜ÂÎÓ‚Â͇, ÍÓÚÓÓÏÛ ÌÛÊÌÓ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÌËÚ¸, Ë
2. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÌÛÊÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ÍÌÓÔÓÍ Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ (S) .
̇‚Ë„‡ˆËË ‚‚Âı/‚ÌËÁ.
3. óÚÓ·˚ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÌËÚ¸ ÔÓ ÌÓÏÂÛ, ̇ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ S.

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ç‡ÒÚÓÈ͇ Á‚Û͇ èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ·ÓÍÓ‚˚ı ÍÌÓÔÓÍ ([) ÏÓÊÌÓ „ÛÎËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÖÒÎË ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â ÂÊËχ ÓÚ‚ÂÚ‡ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÓ
ã˛·ÓÈ Í·‚˯ÂÈ, ‰Îfl ÓÚ‚ÂÚ‡ ̇ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚
\ éÒÌÓ‚Ì˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË

„ÓÏÍÓÒÚ¸ ‚ ̇ۯÌËÍ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡. ÑÎfl


Û‚Â΢ÂÌËfl „ÓÏÍÓÒÚË ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ‚ÂıÌ˛˛ ̇ÊÏËÚ β·Û˛ Í·‚˯Û, ÍÓÏ E Ë Ô‡‚ÓÈ
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÓÈ Í·‚˯Ë.
·ÓÍÓ‚Û˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ, ‡ ‰Îfl ÛÏÂ̸¯ÂÌËfl – ÌËÊÌ˛˛.

èËϘ‡ÌË • éÚ‚ÂÚËÚ¸ ̇ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ÔÓÒÏÓÚ‡


ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ·ÓÍÓ‚˚ı ÍÌÓÔÓÍ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ‡‰ÂÒÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Ë ËÎË ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl ‰Û„Ëı
ÔË ÓÚÍ˚ÚÓÏ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÏÓÊÌÓ „ÛÎËÓ‚‡Ú¸ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚÓ‚ ÏÂÌ˛.
„ÓÏÍÓÒÚ¸ Ò˄̇ÎÓ‚ Í·‚ˇÚÛ˚. 2. ÑÎfl Á‡‚Â¯ÂÌËfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡ Á‡ÍÓÈÚ Ò·ȉÂ ËÎË
̇ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û E.
éÚ‚ÂÚ Ì‡ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ Á‚ÓÌÓÍ êÂÊËÏ “ÇË·‡ˆËfl” (·˚ÒÚ˚È)
èË ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ÔÓÁ‚Û˜ËÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌ˚È êÂÊËÏ “ÇË·‡ˆËfl” ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚Íβ˜ËÚ¸, ̇ʇ‚ Ë
Ò˄̇Î. ÖÒÎË ÓÔ‰ÂÎÂÌË ÌÓÏÂ‡ ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ, Û‰ÂÊË‚‡fl ÍÌÓÔÍÛ L ÔÓÒΠ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËfl ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
ÌÓÏÂ ‚˚Á˚‚‡˛˘Â„Ó ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡ (ËÏfl, ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËfl,
ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌÌ˚ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â) ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ̇ åÓ˘ÌÓÒÚ¸ Ò˄̇·
‰ËÒÔÎÂÂ. åÓ˘ÌÓÒÚ¸ Ò˄̇· ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÔ‰ÂÎËÚ¸ ÔÓ Ë̉Ë͇ÚÓÛ
1. ÑÎfl ÓÚ‚ÂÚ‡ ̇ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ÓÚÍÓÈÚ Ò·ȉÂ. Ò˄̇· ( ) ̇ ˝Í‡Ì ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. åÓ˘ÌÓÒÚ¸
(ÖÒÎË ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â ÂÊËχ ÓÚ‚ÂÚ‡ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÓ Ò˄̇· ÏÓÊÂÚ ÏÂÌflÚ¸Òfl, ÓÒÓ·ÂÌÌÓ ‚ ‡Á΢Ì˚ı
éÚÍ˚ÚË Ò·ȉ‡ [åÂÌ˛ 7.3.2].) ÔÓÏ¢ÂÌËflı. Ç·ÎËÁË ÓÍ̇ ÔËÂÏ ÏÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ ÎÛ˜¯Â.

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Ç‚Ó‰ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ ñËÙÓ‚ÓÈ ÂÊËÏ (123)
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚‚ÂÒÚË ·ÛÍ‚ÂÌÌÓ-ˆËÙÓ‚˚ ÒËÏ‚ÓÎ˚, àÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚÒfl ‰Îfl ·˚ÒÚÓ„Ó Ì‡·Ó‡ ˜ËÒÂÎ ÔÛÚÂÏ
Ó‰ÌÓÍ‡ÚÌÓ„Ó Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇ ÌÛÊÌÛ˛ Í·‚˯Û. ÑÎfl

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ËÒÔÓθÁÛfl ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Ë Í·‚Ë¯Ë ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
ç‡ÔËÏÂ, ÔË ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌËË ËÏÂÌ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â, ËÁÏÂÌÂÌËfl ÂÊËχ ̇ ÂÊËÏ 123, ̇ÊËχÈÚÂ
̇ÔËÒ‡ÌËË ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ËÎË ÒÓÁ‰‡ÌËË ÒÓ·ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ„Ó Í·‚Ë¯Û # ‰Ó ÚÂı ÔÓ, ÔÓ͇ ̇ ‰ËÒÔΠÌÂ
ÔË‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Ëfl. ÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl ̇‰ÔËÒ¸ 123.
Ç ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ËϲÚÒfl ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÏÂÚÓ‰˚ ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡. àÁÏÂÌÂÌË ÂÊËχ ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡
êÂÊËÏ í9 1. äÓ„‰‡ ÍÛÒÓ ̇ıÓ‰ËÚÒfl ‚ ÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡
ÔÓΠ‰Îfl ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÒËÏ‚ÓÎÓ‚, ‚ 160 1 T9Abc
ä ͇ʉÓÈ Í·‚˯ ̇ Í·‚ˇÚÛ ÔË‚flÁ‡ÌÓ ·ÓÎÂÂ
Ô‡‚ÓÏ ‚ÂıÌÂÏ Û„ÎÛ
Ó‰ÌÓÈ ·ÛÍ‚˚. ùÚÓÚ ÂÊËÏ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ‚‡Ï ‚‚Ó‰ËÚ¸
‰ËÒÔÎÂfl ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl
ÒÎÓ‚‡ ÔÛÚÂÏ Ó‰ËÌÓ˜ÌÓ„Ó Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇ Í·‚˯Ë.
Ë̉Ë͇ÚÓ ÂÊËχ ‚‚Ó‰‡
íÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚ ÂÊËÏ í9 ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË Ò‡‚ÌË‚‡ÂÚ
ÚÂÍÒÚ‡.
‚‡¯Ë ̇ʇÚËfl ̇ Í·‚Ë¯Ë Ò ‚ÌÛÚÂÌÌËÏ ÒÎÓ‚‡ÂÏ
‰Îfl ÓÔ‰ÂÎÂÌËfl Ô‡‚ËθÌÓ„Ó ÒÎÓ‚‡ Ë Ú‡ÍËÏ Ó·‡ÁÓÏ 2. àÁÏÂÌËÚ ÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ éÔˆËË ÇÒÚ‡‚ËÚ¸

Ú·ÛÂÚ ÏÂ̸¯Â„Ó Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇ Í·‚˯Ë, ˜ÂÏ Ó·˚˜Ì˚È ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ ̇ʇÚËÂÏ #.


‚‚Ó‰ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡. àÌÓ„‰‡ Ú‡ÍÓÈ Ì‡·Ó ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ ̇Á˚‚‡˛Ú íÂÍÛ˘ËÈ ÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ‚
‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍÓÈ ÔÓ‰ÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍÓÈ. Ô‡‚ÓÏ ‚ÂıÌÂÏ Û„ÎÛ ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl.

êÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ ABC àÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌË ÂÊËχ í9


ùÚÓÚ ÂÊËÏ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ‚‚Ó‰ËÚ¸ ·ÛÍ‚˚ ÔÛÚÂÏ êÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ T9 ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ·˚ÒÚÓ ‚‚Ó‰ËÚ¸
ÏÌÓ„ÓÍ‡ÚÌÓ„Ó Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl Í·‚˯ Ò ·ÛÍ‚ÂÌÌ˚ÏË ÒÎÓ‚‡ ÔË ÏËÌËχθÌÓÏ ÍÓ΢ÂÒڂ ̇ʇÚËÈ ÍÌÓÔÓÍ.
Á̇˜ÂÌËflÏË, ÔÓ͇ ÌÛÊ̇fl ·ÛÍ‚‡ Ì ÓÚÓ·‡ÁËÚÒfl ̇ èÓÒΠ̇ʇÚËfl ͇ʉÓÈ Í·‚˯Ë, ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ì‡˜Ë̇ÂÚ
‰ËÒÔÎÂÂ. ‚˚҂˜˂‡Ú¸ ·ÛÍ‚˚, ÓÒÌÓ‚˚‚‡flÒ¸ ̇ ‚ÒÚÓÂÌÌÓÏ
ÒÎÓ‚‡Â.
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åÓÊÌÓ Ú‡ÍÊ ‰Ó·‡‚ÎflÚ¸ ÌÓ‚˚ ÒÎÓ‚‡ ‚ ÒÎÓ‚‡¸. èÓ • åÓÊÌÓ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ flÁ˚Í ‰Îfl ÂÊËχ T9. ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ
ÏÂ ‰Ó·‡‚ÎÂÌËfl ÌÓ‚˚ı ÒÎÓ‚ ‚‚Ó‰ËÏÓ ÒÎÓ‚Ó ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [éÔˆËË], Á‡ÚÂÏ
ËÁÏÂÌflÂÚÒfl ̇ ̇˷ÓΠ·ÎËÁÍÓ ÒÎÓ‚Ó ËÁ ÒÎÓ‚‡fl. ‚˚·ÂËÚ üÁ˚ÍË T9. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÌÛÊÌ˚È flÁ˚Í ‰Îfl
\ éÒÌÓ‚Ì˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË

åÓÊÌÓ ‚Íβ˜‡Ú¸ ËÎË ÓÚÍβ˜‡Ú¸ ÂÊËÏ T9, ‡ Ú‡ÍÊ ÂÊËχ T9. åÓÊÌÓ Ú‡ÍÊ ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ¸ ÂÊËÏ T9,
ËÁÏÂÌflÚ¸ flÁ˚Í T9, Û‰ÂÊË‚‡fl ÍÌÓÔÍÛ (*) . ‚˚·‡‚ T9 ‚˚ÍÎ. èÓ ÛÏÓΘ‡Ì˲ ÂÊËÏ T9
‚Íβ˜ÂÌ Ì‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ.
1. äÓ„‰‡ ‚˚ ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚ ÂÊËÏ Ô‰Ë͇ÚË‚ÌÓ„Ó
‚‚Ó‰‡ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡, ̇˜Ë̇ÈÚ ‚‚Ó‰ËÚ¸ ÒÎÓ‚‡ ̇ʇÚËÂÏ 2. ǂ‰ËÚ ˆÂÎÓ ÒÎÓ‚Ó ‰Ó ËÁÏÂÌÂÌËfl ËÎË Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl
ÍÌÓÔÓÍ ÓÚ 2 ‰Ó 9. ÑÎfl ‚‚Ó‰‡ ͇ʉÓÈ ·ÛÍ‚˚ β·Ó„Ó ÒËÏ‚Ó·.
̇ÊËχÈÚ ̇ Í‡Ê‰Û˛ Í·‚Ë¯Û ÔÓ Ó‰ÌÓÏÛ ‡ÁÛ. 3. ê‡Á‰ÂÎflÈÚ ÒÎÓ‚‡ Ôӷ·ÏË Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ÍÌÓÔÍË
• ëÎÓ‚Ó ËÁÏÂÌflÂÚÒfl Ò Ì‡·ÓÓÏ Í‡Ê‰ÓÈ ·ÛÍ‚˚. 0. ÑÎfl Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl ·ÛÍ‚ ̇ÊËχÈÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ C.
ç ӷ‡˘‡ÈÚ ‚ÌËχÌËfl ̇ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ ̇ ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ C ‰Îfl Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl
‰ËÒÔΠ‰Ó ÚÂı ÔÓ, ÔÓ͇ Ì ̇Ô˜‡Ú‡ÂÚ ÒÎÓ‚Ó ˆÂÎ˚ı ÒÎÓ‚.
ÔÓÎÌÓÒÚ¸˛.
• ÑÎfl ÔÓÒÏÓÚ‡ ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌ˚ı ‚‡ˇÌÚÓ‚ èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ Í·‚Ë¯Ë Ì‡‚Ë„‡ˆËË. ÑÎfl ‚˚ıÓ‰‡ ËÁ ÂÊËχ ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ ·ÂÁ
ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌËfl, ̇ÊÏËÚ E. íÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÔÂÂȉÂÚ ‚
èËÏÂ˚: ç‡ÊÏËÚ 4 6 6 3, ˜ÚÓ·˚
ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl
̇Ô˜‡Ú‡Ú¸ ÒÎÓ‚Ó Good.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ 4 6 6 3, ‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ àÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌË ‡ÎÙ‡‚ËÚÌÓ„Ó ÂÊËχ
̇‚Ë„‡ˆËÓÌÌÛ˛ Í·‚Ë¯Û ÇÌËÁ ˜ÚÓ·˚
̇Ô˜‡Ú‡Ú¸ ÒÎÓ‚Ó Home. àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ Í·‚Ë¯Ë ÓÚ 2 ‰Ó 9 ‰Îfl ‚‚Ó‰‡ ·ÛÍ‚.
• ÖÒÎË ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ ÒÎÓ‚Ó ÓÚÒÛÚÒÚ‚ÛÂÚ ‚ ÒÔËÒÍ 1. ç‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û Ò ·ÛÍ‚ÂÌÌ˚ÏË ÒËÏ‚Ó·ÏË Ò
ÒÎÓ‚, ‰Ó·‡‚¸Ú „Ó, ËÒÔÓθÁÛfl ‡ÎÙ‡‚ËÚÌ˚È ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓÈ ·ÛÍ‚ÓÈ.
ÂÊËÏ. • é‰ËÌ ‡Á ‰Îfl ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÔÂ‚ÓÈ ·ÛÍ‚˚
• Ñ‚‡ ‡Á‡ ‰Îfl ‚‚Ó‰‡ ‚ÚÓÓÈ ·ÛÍ‚˚.
• à Ú‡Í ‰‡ÎÂÂ.
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2. ÑÎfl ÚÓ„Ó, ˜ÚÓ·˚ ‚ÒÚ‡‚ËÚ¸ ÔÓ·ÂÎ, ̇ÊÏËÚ àÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌË ˆËÙÓ‚Ó„Ó ÂÊËχ (123)
Í·‚Ë¯Û 0 Ó‰ËÌ ‡Á. ÑÎfl Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl ·ÛÍ‚˚, êÂÊËÏ 123 ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚÒfl ‰Îfl ‚‚Ó‰‡ ˆËÙ ‚
̇ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û C. ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ë Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚ÓÏ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË (̇ÔËÏÂ ÌÓÏÂ‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇).

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ÍÌÓÔÍÛ C , ˜ÚÓ·˚ Ó˜ËÒÚËÚ¸ ‚ÂÒ¸ ÚÂÍÒÚ.
ç‡ÊËχÈÚ ÔÓ Ó‰ÌÓÏÛ ‡ÁÛ Ì‡ Í·‚˯Ë
èËϘ‡ÌË ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Ë Ú·ÛÂÏ˚Ï ˆËÙ‡Ï. åÓÊÌÓ
·˚ÒÚÓ ÔÂÂÍβ˜ËÚ¸Òfl ËÁ ÂÊËχ ‚‚Ó‰‡ ·ÛÍ‚ ‚
Ç Ú‡·Îˈ ‚ÌËÁÛ Ô˂‰ÂÌ ÔÂ˜Â̸ ÒËÏ‚ÓÎÓ‚ ‚
ÔÓfl‰Í Ëı ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl ‰Îfl ͇ʉÓÈ Í·‚˯Ë.
ÂÊËÏ ˆËÙ, ̇ʇ‚ Ë Û‰ÂÊË‚‡fl ÍÌÓÔÍÛ (*) .

ëËÏ‚ÓÎ˚ ‚ ÔÓfl‰Í ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl


åÂÌ˛ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡
ä·‚˯‡ ÇÓ ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡ Ç‡Ï ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚Â
ᇄ·‚Ì˚ ·ÛÍ‚˚ èÓÔËÒÌ˚ ·ÛÍ‚˚
ÙÛÌ͈ËË, ‚ÓÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl ÍÓÚÓ˚ÏË Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚÂ,
1 .,/?!-:’"1 .,/?!-:’"1 ̇ʇ‚ Í·‚Ë¯Û [éÔˆËË].
2 ÄÅÇÉ2ABC ‡·‚„2abc
ÇÓ ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡
3 ÑÖ›Üá3DEF ‰ÂfiÊÁ3def
åÂÌ˛, ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÏÓ ̇ ˝Í‡Ì ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl
4 àâäã4GHI ËÈÍÎ4ghi
‚˚ÁÓ‚‡, ÓÚ΢‡ÂÚÒfl ÓÚ „·‚ÌÓ„Ó ÏÂÌ˛ ÔÓ ÛÏÓΘ‡Ì˲,
5 åçéè5JKL ÏÌÓÔ5jkl ÍÓÚÓÓ ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl.
6 êëíì6MNO pÒÚÛ6mno è‡‡ÏÂÚ˚ ÓÔËÒ‡Ì˚ ÌËÊÂ.
7 îïñó7PQRS Ùıˆ˜7pqrs

8 òôöõ8TUV ¯˘˙˚8tuv

9 úùûü9WXYZ ¸˝˛fl9wxyz

0 èÓ·ÂÎ 0 èÓ·ÂÎ 0

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ÇÚÓÓÈ ËÒıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ Á‚ÓÌÓÍ ìÒÎÛ„‡, ̇Á˚‚‡Âχfl éÊˉ‡ÌË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡, ‡·ÓÚ‡ÂÚ,
óÚÓ·˚ ‚˚ÔÓÎÌËÚ¸ ‚ÚÓÓÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚, ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ÚÓθÍÓ ‚ ÚÓÏ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â, ÂÒÎË Ó̇ ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl ‚‡¯ËÏ
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ˚È ÌÓÏÂ ËÁ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Ë. ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÓÏ ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË. èÓ‰Ó·ÌÛ˛ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛
\ éÒÌÓ‚Ì˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË

Ô‡‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ Ë ‚˚·ÂËÚ àÒ͇ڸ. Ó ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËË Ë ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌËË ˝ÚÓÈ ÛÒÎÛ„Ë ÒÏ. ‚ ‡Á‰ÂÎÂ
óÚÓ·˚ ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ ̇·‡ÌÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÛ˛ éÊˉ‡ÌË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ [åÂÌ˛ 7.3.4].
ÍÌË„Û ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡, ̇ÊÏËÚ Ô‡‚Û˛ ÖÒÎË ‚Íβ˜ÂÌÓ éÊˉ‡ÌË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡, ÏÓÊÌÓ Û‰Âʇڸ
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ Ë ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ ÔÂ‚˚È ‚˚ÁÓ‚ Ë ÓÚ‚ÂÚËÚ¸ ̇ ‚ÚÓÓÈ, ̇ʇ‚ S ËÎË
Á‡ÔËÒ¸. ‚˚·‡‚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ. åÓÊÌÓ
Á‡‚Â¯ËÚ¸ ÚÂÍÛ˘ËÈ ‡Á„Ó‚Ó Ë ÓÚ‚ÂÚËÚ¸ ̇
èÂÂÍβ˜ÂÌË ÏÂÊ‰Û ‰‚ÛÏfl ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ÏË ÓÊˉ‡˛˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚, ‚˚·‡‚ Ô‡‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛
ÑÎfl ÔÂÂÍβ˜ÂÌËfl ÏÂÊ‰Û ‰‚ÛÏfl ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ÏË Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ Ë Á‡ÚÂÏ á‡‚Â¯ËÚ¸ Ë ÓÚ‚ÂÚËÚ¸.
ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ Ë ‚˚·ÂËÚ ë‚ÓÔËÌ„.
éÚÍÎÓÌÂÌË ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Â„Ó ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡
éÚ‚ÂÚ Ì‡ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÓÚÍÎÓÌËÚ¸ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚, ̇ʇ‚ ̇
äÓ„‰‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Á‚ÓÌËÚ, ‰Îfl ÓÚ‚ÂÚ‡ ̇ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ Í·‚˯ÛE.
ÔÓÒÚÓ Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ S. í‡Í Ê Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÇÓ ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÍÎÓÌËÚ¸ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ
ÔÓÎÛ˜‡Ú¸ Ô‰ÛÔÂʉÂÌËÂ Ó ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ÂÏ Á‚ÓÌÍ ‚Ó ‚˚ÁÓ‚, ̇ʇ‚ Ô‡‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ
‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡. èÓÒÎ˚¯ËÚÒfl ÚÓÌÓ‚˚È Ò˄̇Π‚ [åÂÌ˛] Ë ‚˚·‡‚ äÓÌÙÂÂ̈Ëfl/éÚ͇Á ËÎË Ì‡Ê‡‚
‰Ë̇ÏËÍÂ Ë Ì‡ ‰ËÒÔΠÓÚ‡ÁËÚÒfl ËÌÙÓχˆËfl Ó ÚÓÏ, ÍÌÓÔÍÛE.
˜ÚÓ ‚‡Ò ÓÊˉ‡ÂÚ ‚ÚÓÓÈ Á‚ÓÌÓÍ.

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éÚÍβ˜ÂÌË ÏËÍÓÙÓ̇ ÖÒÎË Ì‡ÒÚÓÂ̇ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁ¸, ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ,
ÇÓ ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡ ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚˚Íβ˜ËÚ¸ ÏËÍÓÙÓÌ, ‚Íβ˜Ë‚¯ËÈ ˝ÚÛ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛, ÏÓÊÂÚ ‰Ó·‡‚ÎflÚ¸,
̇ʇ‚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [éÔˆËË] Ë ‚˚·‡‚ Ç˚ÍÎ. Á‚ÛÍ. åÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÍβ˜‡Ú¸ ËÎË ÓÚ‰ÂÎflÚ¸ ‚˚ÁÓ‚˚ (Ú.Â. ËÒÍβ˜‡Ú¸ Ëı ËÁ

| éÒÌÓ‚Ì˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË
‚Íβ˜ËÚ¸ Á‚ÛÍ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ, ‚˚·‡‚ ÇÍÎ. Á‚ÛÍ. äÓ„‰‡ ÍÓÌÙÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË, ÔË ˝ÚÓÏ ÒÓı‡Ìflfl ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌËÂ).
Á‚ÛÍ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÓÚÍβ˜ÂÌ, ‚˚Á˚‚‡˛˘ËÈ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ Ì ùÚ‡ ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ̇ ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ “ÇÓ ‚ÂÏfl ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡”.
ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚‡Ò ÒÎ˚¯‡Ú¸, ÌÓ ‚˚ ÔÓ-ÔÂÊÌÂÏÛ Â„Ó ÒÎ˚¯ËÚÂ. å‡ÍÒËχθÌÓ ˜ËÒÎÓ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÓ‚ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈ËË - ÔflÚ¸.
íÓθÍÓ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ, ‚Íβ˜Ë‚¯ËÈ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁ¸,
ÇÍβ˜ÂÌË ÚÓ̇θÌ˚ı Ò˄̇ÎÓ‚ DTMF ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÔ‡‚ÎflÚ¸ Ò‡ÌÒÓÏ, Ú.Â. ‰Ó·‡‚ÎflÚ¸ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÓ‚.
‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡
燷Ó ‚ÚÓÓ„Ó ÌÓÏÂ‡
óÚÓ·˚ ‚Íβ˜ËÚ¸ ÚÓ̇θÌ˚ Ò˄̇Î˚ DTMF ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl
‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡, ̇ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ Ë Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ̇·‡Ú¸ ‚ÚÓÓÈ ÌÓÏÂ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl
‚˚·ÂËÚ ÇÍÎ. DTMF. Ä̇Îӄ˘Ì˚Ï Ó·‡ÁÓÏ ÏÓÊÌÓ ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡. ÑÎfl ˝ÚÓ„Ó ‚‚‰ËÚ ÌÓ‚˚È ÌÓÏÂ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇
‚˚Íβ˜ËÚ¸ ÚÓ̇θÌ˚ Ò˄̇Î˚ DTMF. ë˄̇Î˚ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û S. Ç ÒÎÛ˜‡Â Û‰‡˜ÌÓ„Ó
‰‚ÛıÚÓ̇θÌÓ„Ó ÏÌÓ„Ó˜‡ÒÚÓÚÌÓ„Ó Ì‡·Ó‡ (DTMF) ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl ÒÓ ‚ÚÓ˚Ï ÌÓÏÂÓÏ, ÔÂ‚˚È
ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎfl˛Ú ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ò ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍËÏ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ÔÂ‚ӉËÚÒfl ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl.
ÍÓÏÏÛÚ‡ÚÓÓÏ. åÓÊÌÓ ÔÂÂÍβ˜‡Ú¸Òfl ÏÂÊ‰Û ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ÏË, ‰Îfl ˝ÚÓ„Ó
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ Ì‡Ê‡Ú¸ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ Ë
ÉÛÔÔÓ‚ÓÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ËÎË ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁ¸ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ “ë‚ÓÔËÌ„”.
ìÒÎÛ„‡ „ÛÔÔÓ‚Ó„Ó ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ËÎË ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË, ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-‚˚ÁÓ‚‡
ÂÒÎË Ó̇ ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÓÏ ÒÂÚË,
ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ó·˘‡Ú¸Òfl Ó‰ÌÓ‚ÂÏÂÌÌÓ Ò ÌÂÒÍÓθÍËÏË ì‰ÂÊË‚‡ÈÚ ӉËÌ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ Ë, ÔÓ͇ ÚÂÍÛ˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚
‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡ÏË. äÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁ¸ ‚ÓÁÏÓÊ̇, ÂÒÎË Ó‰ËÌ ‡ÍÚË‚ÂÌ, ̇ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ Ë
‚˚ÁÓ‚ - ‡ÍÚË‚Ì˚È, ‡ ‚ÚÓÓÈ Ì‡ıÓ‰ËÚÒfl ̇ Û‰ÂʇÌËË, ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÏÂÌ˛ äÓÌÙÂÂ̈Ëfl/ëÓ‰ËÌ. ‚ÒÂı.
Ë ÔË ˝ÚÓÏ Ì‡ Ó·‡ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ‚˚ ÓÚ‚ÂÚËÎË.

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éÒÌÓ‚Ì˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË
ìÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË Ì‡ ó‡ÒÚÌ˚È ‡Á„Ó‚Ó ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË
Û‰ÂʇÌË óÚÓ·˚ ҉·ڸ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ Ó‰ÌÓ„Ó ËÁ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÓ‚,
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ, ‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ Û˜‡ÒÚ‚Û˛˘Ëı ‚ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË, ‰Îfl ˜‡ÒÚÌÓ„Ó
\ éÒÌÓ‚Ì˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË

‚˚·ÂËÚ ÏÂÌ˛ äÓÌÙÂÂ̈Ëfl/ì‰ÂʇÌË ‚ÒÂı. ‡Á„Ó‚Ó‡, ‚˚‚‰ËÚ ̇ ˝Í‡Ì ÌÓÏÂ ˝ÚÓ„Ó ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡,
‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ.
ÄÍÚË‚ËÁ‡ˆËfl ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË ‚ ÂÊËÏ Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÏÂÌ˛ äÓÌÙÂÂ̈Ëfl/ó‡ÒÚÌ˚È ‰Îfl ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍË
Û‰ÂʇÌËfl ÓÒڇθÌ˚ı ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÓ‚ ̇ Û‰ÂʇÌËÂ.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ, ‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ
‚˚·ÂËÚ ÏÂÌ˛ äÓÌÙÂÂ̈Ëfl/ëÓ‰ËÌ. ‚ÒÂı. ᇂÂ¯ÂÌË ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË
íÂÍÛ˘Â„Ó ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡, Û˜‡ÒÚ‚Û˛˘Â„Ó ‚ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-
ÑÓ·‡‚ÎÂÌË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ Í ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË Ò‚flÁË, ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ¸, ̇ʇ‚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ E. óÚÓ·˚
óÚÓ·˚ ‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ Í ÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚Û˛˘ÂÏÛ Ò‡ÌÒÛ Á‡‚Â¯ËÚ¸ Ò‡ÌÒ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË, ̇ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛
ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË, ̇ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ, ‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ ‚˚·ÂËÚÂ
ÍÌÓÔÍÛ, ‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ ‚˚·ÂËÚ äÓÌÙÂÂ̈Ëfl/ëÓ‰. ‚ÒÂı. ᇂÂ¯ËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ.

éÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÓ‚ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË ÖÒÎË ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ÏÂÌ˛ äÓÌÙÂÂ̈Ëfl/ᇂÂ¯ËÚ¸


ÍÓÌÙÂÂÌˆË˛, ÔÓÒΠ̇ʇÚËfl ΂ÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÓÈ
óÚÓ·˚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÌÓÏÂ‡ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÓ‚, Û˜‡ÒÚ‚Û˛˘Ëı ÍÌÓÔÍË, ‚Ò ‡ÍÚË‚Ì˚Â Ë Û‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÏ˚ ‚˚ÁÓ‚˚ ·Û‰ÛÚ
‚ ÍÓÌÙÂÂ̈-Ò‚flÁË, ̇ ˝Í‡Ì ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇, Á‡‚Â¯ÂÌ˚.
ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËÓÌÌ˚ ÍÌÓÔÍË ‚‚Âı/‚ÌËÁ.

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ëïÖåÄ åÖçû

| CxeÏa ÏeÌ˛
1 èÓÙËÎË 3 ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚ 5 ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
1 ÇË·‡ˆËfl 1 ÅÛ‰ËθÌËÍ 1 çÓ‚Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ
2 íËıËÈ 2 Bluetooth 2 ÇıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ
3 é·˘ËÈ 3 ä‡Î¸ÍÛÎflÚÓ 3 àÒıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ
4 ÉÓÏÍÓ 4 äÓÌ‚ÂÚÂ 4 óÂÌÓ‚ËÍË
5 ç‡Û¯ÌËÍË 5 ó‡ÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓflÒ 5 èÓÒÎÛ¯‡Ú¸ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Û˛ ÔÓ˜ÚÛ
6 Ä‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜ËÍ 6 àÌÙÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
7 åÓ‰ÂÏ 7 ò‡·ÎÓÌ˚
8 ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË

2 Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚
1 èÓÔÛ˘ÂÌÌ˚Â
2 ÇıÓ‰fl˘Ë 4 é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ
3 àÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë 1 àÏÂ̇
4 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ÔÓÒΉÌË Á‚ÓÌÍË 2 ä‡ÎẨ‡¸
5 ëÚÓËÏÓÒÚ¸ 3 á‡ÏÂÚ͇
6 ëÔ‡‚͇ GPRS

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ëïÖåÄ åÖçû
\ CxeÏa ÏeÌ˛

6 åÛθÚËωˇ 7 ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË 8 ëÂ‚ËÒ


1 MP3 1 чڇ Ë ÇÂÏfl 1 àÌÚÂÌÂÚ
2 îÓÚÓ„‡ÙËÓ‚‡Ú¸ 2 íÂÎÂÙÓÌ 2 SIM-ÒÂ‚ËÒ
3 á‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ ‚ˉÂÓ 3 Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚
4 åÓË ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË 4 ÅÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚ¸
5 åÓ ‚ˉÂÓ 5 ëÂÚ¸
6 ÑËÍÚÓÙÓÌ 6 GPRS
7 ä‡‡ÓÍ 7 ë·ÓÒËÚ¸ ̇ÒÚÓÈÍË
9 ᇄÛÁÍË
8 ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË 8 é·˙ÂÏ Ô‡ÏflÚË
1 åÓË Ë„˚ Ë ‡ÁÌÓÂ
2 ä‡ÚËÌÍË
3 á‚ÛÍË
4 î‡ÈÎ˚

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Ç˚·Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËÈ Ë ÓÔˆËÈ
íÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ó·Î‡‰‡ÂÚ Ì‡·ÓÓÏ ÙÛÌ͈ËÈ, ·Î‡„Ó‰‡fl
ÍÓÚÓ˚Ï ÏÓÊÌÓ Ì‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚ËË Ò åÂÌ˛ àÏÂ̇

ÒÓ·ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌ˚ÏË Ú·ӂ‡ÌËflÏË. ùÚË ÙÛÌ͈ËË


Ó·˙‰ËÌÂÌ˚ ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ Ë ÔÓ‰ÏÂÌ˛, ‡ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ Í ÌËÏ
ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ‰‚Ûı ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌ˚ı

| Ç˚·Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËÈ Ë ÓÔˆËÈ


Í·‚˯ – [<] Ë [>]. Ç Í‡Ê‰ÓÏ ÏÂÌ˛ Ë ÔÓ‰ÏÂÌ˛
ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ Ë ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ˚ ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ç‡ÊÏËÚ Ô‡‚Û˛
ÓÔ‰ÂÎÂÌÌÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËË. ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛
ç‡Á̇˜ÂÌË ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌ˚ı Í·‚˯ ÏÂÌflÂÚÒfl ‚ Í·‚˯Û, ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÓÚÍ˚Ú¸ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ, ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÓÚÍ˚Ú¸
Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÚÂÍÛ˘ÂÈ ÒËÚÛ‡ˆËË; ̇‰ÔËÒË ‚ ÌËÊÌÂÈ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌÓ ÏÂÌ˛. ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ˚.
ÒÚÓÍ ˝Í‡Ì‡ ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl, ̇‰ ͇ʉÓÈ ËÁ Í·‚˯,
Û͇Á˚‚‡˛Ú ̇ Ëı ÚÂÍÛ˘Â ̇Á̇˜ÂÌËÂ.

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èÓÙËÎË
Ç ÏÂÌ˛ èÓÙËÎË ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚ„ÛÎËÓ‚‡Ú¸ Ò˄̇Î˚ • íËÔ Ò˄̇· ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡: ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ÚËÔ ÓÔӂ¢ÂÌËfl Ó
‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ Ë Ì‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ Ëı ‰Îfl ÓÔ‰ÂÎÂÌÌ˚ı ÒÓ·˚ÚËÈ. ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ı.
ëÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÛÂÚ ÔflÚ¸ Á‡‰‡ÌÌ˚ı ÔÓÙËÎÂÈ: ÇË·‡ˆËfl, • ë˄̇Π‚˚ÁÓ‚‡: Ç˚·ÂËÚ ËÁ ÒÔËÒ͇ ÌÛÊÌÛ˛
íËıËÈ, é·˘ËÈ, ÉÓÏÍÓ Ë ç‡Û¯ÌËÍË. ä‡Ê‰˚È ÔÓÙËθ ÏÂÎӉ˲ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡.
ÏÓÊÌÓ ‰ÓÔÓÎÌËÚÂθÌÓ Ì‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ (ÍÓÏ ÔÓÙËÎÂÈ • ÉÓÏÍÓÒÚ¸: ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ „ÓÏÍÓÒÚ¸ Ò˄̇· ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡.
\ èÓÙËÎË

“ÇË·‡ˆËfl“ Ë “íËıËÈ”).
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ Í·‚Ë¯Û [åÂÌ˛], èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
Á‡ÚÂÏ ‚˚·ÂËÚ èÓÙËÎË Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËÓÌÌ˚ı óÚÓ·˚ Á‡˘ËÚËÚ¸ ÒÎÛı ÔË ÓÚÍ˚ÚÓÏ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ,
ÍÌÓÔÓÍ. χÍÒËχθÌ˚È ÛÓ‚Â̸ „ÓÏÍÓÒÚË Ì ‰ÓÎÊÂÌ
Ô‚˚¯‡Ú¸ 3.
ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸ åÂÌ˛ 1.x.1
1. éÚÓ·‡ÁËÚÒfl ÒÔËÒÓÍ ÔÓÙËÎÂÈ.
• íËÔ SMS Ò˄̇·: ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ÚËÔ ÓÔӂ¢ÂÌËfl Ó
2. èÓÍÛÚËÚ ÒÔËÒÓÍ ÔÓÙËÎÂÈ ‰Ó ÚÓ„Ó ÔÓÙËÎfl, ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËflı.
ÍÓÚÓ˚È ıÓÚËÚ ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸, Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛
• SMS Ò˄̇Î: Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÏÂÎӉ˲ Ò˄̇· ÔËÌflÚÓ„Ó
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ < [OK] ËÎË ÍÌÓÔÍÛ OK. ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
3. á‡ÚÂÏ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸.
• ë˄̇ΠÍ·‚ˇÚÛ˚: Ç˚·Ó Ò˄̇· Í·‚ˇÚÛ˚.
ç‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ åÂÌ˛ 1.x.2 • ÉÓÏÍÓÒÚ¸ Í·‚ˇÚÛ˚: ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ „ÓÏÍÓÒÚ¸
èÓÍÛÚËÚ ÒÔËÒÓÍ ÔÓÙËÎÂÈ ‰Ó ÌÛÊÌÓ„Ó ÔÓÙËÎfl. Ò˄̇· Í·‚ˇÚÛ˚.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ < ËÎË • íÓÌ Ò·ȉÂ‡: èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ì‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ Á‚ÛÍ
ÍÌÓÔÍÛ OK, Á‡ÚÂÏ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ç‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸. éÚÍÓÂÚÒfl ÓÚÍ˚ÚËfl/Á‡Í˚ÚËfl Í˚¯ÍË.
ÔÛÌÍÚ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚÓ‚ ÔÓÙËÎfl. ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ÌÛÊÌ˚È • ÉÓÏÍÓÒÚ¸ ˝ÙÙÂÍÚÓ‚: ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ „ÓÏÍÓÒÚ¸ Á‚Û͇
Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ. ‰Îfl ˝ÙÙÂÍÚÓ‚.

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• ÉÓÏÍÓÒÚ¸ ‚ÍÎ/‚˚ÍÎ: ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ÛÓ‚Â̸ 1. ÑÎfl ËÁÏÂÌÂÌËfl ËÏÂÌË ÔÓÙËÎfl ÔÂÂȉËÚ ̇ ˝ÚÓÚ
„ÓÏÍÓÒÚË ÏÂÎÓ‰ËË, ÒÓÔÓ‚Óʉ‡˛˘ÂÈ ‚Íβ˜ÂÌË ÔÓÙËθ ‚ ÒÔËÒÍ ÔÓÙËÎÂÈ, ̇ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛
Ë ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ < ËÎË ÍÌÓÔÍÛ OK Ë
• Ä‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ: чÌ̇fl ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl ·Û‰ÂÚ ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ì‡ ‚˚·ÂËÚ èÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸.
ÚÓθÍÓ ‚ ÚÓÏ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â, ÂÒÎË Í Ç‡¯ÂÏÛ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÛ 2. 燷ÂËÚ ÌÛÊÌÓ ̇Á‚‡ÌËÂ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ éä
ËÎË ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [OK].

| èÓÙËÎË
ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌ˚ ̇ۯÌËÍË.
- Ç˚ÍÎ: íÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ì ·Û‰ÂÚ Óڂ˜‡Ú¸ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË.
- óÂÂÁ 5 ÒÂÍ: óÂÂÁ 5 ÒÂÍÛ̉ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÓÚ‚ÂÚËÚ
‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË.
- óÂÂÁ 10 ÒÂÍ: óÂÂÁ 10 ÒÂÍÛ̉ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÓÚ‚ÂÚËÚ
‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË.

èÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸ åÂÌ˛ 1.x.3


èÓÙËθ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸, ÔËÒ‚ÓË‚ ÂÏÛ
β·Ó ËÏfl.

èÓÙËÎË
íÓθÍÓ “ÇË·‡ˆËfl“ “íËıËÈ“ Ë “ç‡Û¯ÌËÍË“ ÌÂθÁfl
ÔÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸.

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Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚
èÓ‚ÂËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸ Ó ÔÓÔÛ˘ÂÌÌ˚ı, ÔËÌflÚ˚ı Ë äÓÏ ÚÓ„Ó, ÏÓÊÌÓ:
ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ı ÏÓÊÌÓ ÚÓθÍÓ ‚ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â, ÂÒÎË ‚ • èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÌÓÏÂ, ÂÒÎË ÓÌ ËÏÂÂÚÒfl, Ë Ì‡Ô‡‚ËÚ¸ ÔÓ
ÁÓÌ ӷÒÎÛÊË‚‡ÌËfl ˉÂÌÚËÙË͇ˆËfl ÎËÌËË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ÌÂÏÛ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ËÎË ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ Â„Ó ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â;
ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl ÒÂÚ¸˛.
• Ç‚ÂÒÚË ÌÓ‚Ó ËÏfl ‰Îfl ÌÓÏÂ‡ Ë ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ Ë ËÏfl, Ë
çÓÏÂ Ë ËÏfl (ÂÒÎË ËÏÂÂÚÒfl) ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡˛ÚÒfl ‚ÏÂÒÚÂ Ò ÌÓÏÂ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â;
‰‡ÚÓÈ Ë ‚ÂÏÂÌÂÏ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡. åÓÊÌÓ Ú‡ÍÊ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸
• éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ̇ ˝ÚÓÚ ÌÓÏÂ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ
\ Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚

‚ÂÏfl ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ËÁ ÒÔËÒ͇

èÓÔÛ˘ÂÌÌ˚ åÂÌ˛ 2.1


чÌ̇fl ÓÔˆËfl ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ ÔÓÒΉÌË 10
àÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë åÂÌ˛ 2.3
ÌÂÓڂ˜ÂÌÌ˚ı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚. äÓÏ ÚÓ„Ó, ÏÓÊÌÓ: чÌ̇fl ÓÔˆËfl ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÔÓÒΉÌË 20
ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ (‚˚ÔÓÎÌÂÌÌ˚ı ËÎË ÔÓÔ˚ÚÍË
• èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÌÓÏÂ, ÂÒÎË ÓÌ ËÏÂÂÚÒfl, Ë Ì‡Ô‡‚ËÚ¸ ÔÓ
‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚).
ÌÂÏÛ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ËÎË ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ Â„Ó ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â;
äÓÏÂ ÚÓ„Ó, ÏÓÊÌÓ:
• Ç‚ÂÒÚË ÌÓ‚Ó ËÏfl ‰Îfl ÌÓÏÂ‡ Ë ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ Ë ËÏfl, Ë
• èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÌÓÏÂ, ÂÒÎË ÓÌ ËÏÂÂÚÒfl, Ë Ì‡Ô‡‚ËÚ¸ ÔÓ
ÌÓÏÂ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â.
ÌÂÏÛ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ËÎË ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ Â„Ó ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â;
• éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ̇ ˝ÚÓÚ ÌÓÏÂ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ
• Ç‚ÂÒÚË ÌÓ‚Ó ËÏfl ‰Îfl ÌÓÏÂ‡ Ë ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ Ë ËÏfl, Ë
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ËÁ ÒÔËÒ͇ ÌÓÏÂ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â.
• éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ̇ ˝ÚÓÚ ÌÓÏÂ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ
ÇıÓ‰fl˘Ë åÂÌ˛ 2.2 • 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ËÁ ÒÔËÒ͇
чÌ̇fl ÓÔˆËfl ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ ÔÓÒΉÌË 10
‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚.

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쉇ÎËÚ¸ ÔÓÒΉÌË Á‚ÓÌÍË åÂÌ˛ 2.4 ëÚÓËÏÓÒÚ¸ åÂÌ˛ 2.5.2
èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ ÒÔËÒÍË èÓÔÛ˘ÂÌÌ˚Â, ÇıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ Ë èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÔÓ‚ÂËÚ¸ ÒÚÓËÏÓÒÚ¸ ÔÓÒΉÌÂ„Ó ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ËÎË
àÒıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ. åÓÊÌÓ Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ ÒÔËÒÍË ÇÒ ‚˚ÁÓ‚˚ Á‡ ‚ÒÂı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚, ‡ Ú‡ÍÊ ÔÓ‚ÂËÚ¸ ÓÒÚ‡ÚÓÍ Ì‡ Ò˜ÂÚ Ë
Ó‰ËÌ ‡Á. Ò·ÓÒËÚ¸ Á̇˜ÂÌËfl ÒÚÓËÏÓÒÚË. ÑÎfl ÚÓ„Ó, ˜ÚÓ·˚ Ò·ÓÒËÚ¸
Á̇˜ÂÌË ÒÚÓËÏÓÒÚË, ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ PIN2-ÍÓ‰.

ëÚÓËÏÓÒÚ¸

| Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚
åÂÌ˛ 2.5 ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË (ᇂËÒËÚ ÓÚ SIM ͇Ú˚) åÂÌ˛ 2.5.3
• ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ Ú‡ËÙ: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÒÚÓËÏÓÒÚ¸
èÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ åÂÌ˛ 2.5.1
‰ËÌˈ˚ ÓÔ·Ú˚. é·‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í Ç‡¯ÂÏÛ ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÛ
èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ ÔÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ÛÒÎÛ„ ‰Îfl ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ˆÂÌ˚ Á‡ ‰ËÌËˆÛ ÓÔ·Ú˚. ÑÎfl
Ë ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚. í‡ÍÊ ÏÓÊÌÓ Ò·ÓÒËÚ¸ ‚ÂÏfl ‚˚·Ó‡ ‰ËÌˈ˚ ÓÔ·Ú˚ ‚ ‰‡ÌÌÓÏ ÏÂÌ˛ LJÏ
‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚. ÑÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ڇÈÏÂ˚: ÔÓ̇‰Ó·ËÚÒfl ÍÓ‰ PIN2.
• èÓÒΉÌËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚: ÔÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ ÔÓÒΉÌÂ„Ó • ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ Í‰ËÚ: чÌ̇fl ÒÂÚ‚‡fl ÛÒÎÛ„‡ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ
‚˚ÁÓ‚‡. Ç‡Ï Ó„‡Ì˘˂‡Ú¸ ‡ÒıÓ‰˚ ÔÛÚÂÏ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌËfl
• ÇÒ ‚˚ÁÓ‚˚: Ó·˘‡fl ÔÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ ‚ÒÂı ÎËÏËÚ‡ ‡ÒıÓ‰Ó‚. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ óËÚ‡Ú¸, ·Û‰ÂÚ
‚˚ÔÓÎÌÂÌÌ˚ı Ë ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ Ò ÏÓÏÂÌÚ‡ ÔÓ͇Á˚‚‡Ú¸Òfl ÍÓ΢ÂÒÚ‚Ó ÓÒÚ‡˛˘ËıÒfl ‰ËÌˈ. ÖÒÎË
ÔÓÒΉÌÂ„Ó Ò·ÓÒ‡ Ú‡ÈÏÂ‡. Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ àÁÏÂÌËÚ¸, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ËÁÏÂÌflÚ¸ LJ¯
• ÇıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ: ÔÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚. ÎËÏËÚ ÓÔ·Ú˚.

• àÒıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ: ÔÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚. • Ä‚ÚÓÔÓ͇Á: чÌ̇fl ÒÂÚ‚‡fl ÛÒÎÛ„‡ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ç‡Ï
‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ ÒÚÓËÏÓÒÚ¸ LJ¯Â„Ó
• ë·ÓÒËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ò·ÓÒËÚ¸ ÔÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ ÔÓÒΉÌÂ„Ó ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ ч ‚ ÏÂÌ˛
‚ÒÂı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ – ‰Îfl ˝ÚÓ„Ó Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ Ä‚ÚÓÔÓ͇Á, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ۂˉÂÚ¸ ÒÚÓËÏÓÒÚ¸ ÔÓÒΉ̄Ó
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ < [ч]. ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ÔÓÒÎÂ Â„Ó ÓÍÓ̘‡ÌËfl.

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Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚
ëÔ‡‚͇ GPRS åÂÌ˛ 2.6
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓ‚ÂËÚ¸ ÍÓ΢ÂÒÚ‚Ó ÔÂ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ
ËÌÙÓχˆËË Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ GPRS. í‡Í Ê Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚÂ
ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÒÍÓθÍÓ ‚ÂÏÂÌË Ç˚ ̇ıÓ‰ËÚÂÒ¸ ̇ ÎËÌËË.

èÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ åÂÌ˛ 2.6.1


\ Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚

Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓ‚ÂËÚ¸ ÔÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ ÔÓÒΉ̄Ó


ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl ËÎË ‚ÒÂı ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËÈ. Ç˚ Ú‡ÍÊ ÏÓÊÂÚÂ
Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò ˝ÚË ‰‡ÌÌ˚Â.

é·˙ÂÏ ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı åÂÌ˛ 2.6.2


åÓÊÌÓ ÔÓ‚ÂËÚ¸ Ó·˙ÂÏ ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı ‚ Ô‡Ô͇ı éÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ
(ÔÓÒΉÌËÂ/‚ÒÂ), èËÌflÚÓ (ÔÓÒΉÌËÂ/‚ÒÂ) ËÎË ÇÒ Ë
‚˚ÔÓÎÌËÚ¸ Ôӈ‰ÛÛ ë·ÓÒËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ.

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ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚
ÅÛ‰ËθÌËÍ åÂÌ˛ 3.1 èË ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËË ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı Ò ‰Û„Ó„Ó ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ Bluetooth
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Á‡Ô‡¯Ë‚‡ÂÚ ÔÓ‰Ú‚ÂʉÂÌËÂ.
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ̇ÒÚÓËÚ¸ ‰Ó 5 Ò˄̇ÎÓ‚ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇,
ÍÓÚÓ˚ ·Û‰ÛÚ Ò‡·‡Ú˚‚‡Ú¸ ‚ Û͇Á‡ÌÌÓ ‚ÂÏfl. èÓÒΠÔÓ‰Ú‚ÂʉÂÌËfl ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë Ù‡ÈÎ ·Û‰ÂÚ
ÒÍÓÔËÓ‚‡Ì ̇ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ.
1. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÇÍÎ ÔÛÚÂÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇ Í·‚˯Ë. Ç Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÚËÔ‡ هȷ ÓÌ ·Û‰ÂÚ ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌ ‚
2. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÔÂËÓ‰ ÔÓ‚ÚÓÂÌËfl ÔË ÔÓÏÓ˘Ë Í·‚˯ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ëı Ô‡Ô͇ı.
̇‚Ë„‡ˆËË : é‰ËÌ ‡Á, èÓÌ~èflÚ, èÓÌ~ëÛ·,
• MP3: Ô‡Ô͇ MP3 (ÏÂÌ˛ 6.5.2)

| ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚
Öʉ̂ÌÓ.
3. Ç˚·ÂËÚ Ê·ÂÏ˚È Á‚ÛÍ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ • ‚ˉÂÓ (.3GP): Ô‡Ô͇ ‚ˉÂÓ (ÏÂÌ˛ 6.4)
< [OK]. • ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ˚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Ë (.VCF):
4. èËÒ‚ÓÈÚ Ò˄̇ÎÛ ·Û‰ËθÌË͇ ËÏfl Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ̇fl ÍÌË„‡ (ÏÂÌ˛ 4.1.1)
< [OK].
• ‰Û„Ë هÈÎ˚: Ô‡Ô͇ ‰Îfl ı‡ÌÂÌËfl Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚ (ÏÂÌ˛ 9.4)

Bluetooth åÂÌ˛ 3.2 èËϘ‡ÌËÂ


Bluetooth ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÛÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡Ú¸ ·ÂÒÔÓ‚Ó‰ÌÓ • àÁ-Á‡ ÔÓ·ÎÂÏ Ò ÒÓ‚ÏÂÒÚËÏÓÒÚ¸˛ ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚Â
ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌË ÏÂÊ‰Û ÒÓ‚ÏÂÒÚËÏ˚ÏË ÏÓ·ËθÌ˚ÏË ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ ÏÓ„ÛÚ Ì ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡Ú¸ ˝ÚÛ
ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ÏË, ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ‡ÏË Ë ‰Û„ËÏ ÔÂËÙÂËÈÌ˚Ï ÙÛÌÍˆË˛.
Ó·ÓÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌËÂÏ, ÍÓÚÓ˚ ̇ıÓ‰flÚÒfl ‚ ÁÓÌ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl • Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ Ò͇˜Ë‚‡Ú¸ Ù‡ÈÎ˚ ˜ÂÂÁ ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËÂ
ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡. ùÚÓÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÓÒ̇˘ÂÌ ‚ÒÚÓÂÌÌ˚Ï bluetooth ËÁ β·ÓÈ Ô‡ÔÍË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇, Á‡„ÛÁ͇
ÏÓ‰ÛÎÂÏ Bluetooth, ÍÓÚÓ˚È ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÚ¸ ÔÓËÁ‚Ó‰ËÚ¸Òfl ÚÓθÍÓ ‚ Ô‡ÔÍË î‡ÈÎ˚, åÛÁ˚͇,
ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËÂ Ò ÒÓ‚ÏÂÒÚËÏ˚ÏË Bluetooth „‡ÌËÚÛ‡ÏË Ë ÇˉÂÓ.
ÒÓ‚ÏÂÒÚËÏ˚ÏË ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÌ˚ÏË ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËflÏË.

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ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚
èËϘ‡ÌË ä‡Î¸ÍÛÎflÚÓ åÂÌ˛ 3.3
• óÂÂÁ ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌË bluetooth ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÚÓθÍÓ ÇÍβ˜‡ÂÚ ‚ Ò·fl Òڇ̉‡ÚÌ˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË, Ú‡ÍËÂ Í‡Í +,
Òڇ̉‡ÚÌ˚ ԇÔÍË, Ô‡ÔÍË ÒÓÁ‰‡ÌÌ˚ LJÏË –, x, / : ëÎÓÊÂÌËÂ, Ç˚˜ËÚ‡ÌËÂ, ìÏÌÓÊÂÌËÂ, Ë ÑÂÎÂÌËÂ.
˜ÂÂÁ USB ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌË – ̉ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚.
1. ǂ‰ËÚ ÔÂ‚Ó ˜ËÒÎÓ ÔÛÚÂÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇ ˆËÙÓ‚˚Â
• èÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÏÓ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏÌÓ ӷÂÒÔ˜ÂÌË Í·‚˯Ë.
Bluetooth: WIDCOMM Bluetooth for Windows
1.4 and 3.0 2. èË ÔÓÏÓ˘Ë Í·‚Ë¯Ë Ì‡‚Ë„‡ˆËË ‚˚·ÂËÚ Á̇Í
\ ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚

‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl.
åÓË ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ åÂÌ˛ 3.2.1 3. èÓÒΠ˜Â„Ó ‚‚‰ËÚ ‚ÚÓÓ ˜ËÒÎÓ.
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ‚Ò ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ ̇ıÓ‰fl˘ËÂÒfl 4. ç‡ÊÏËÚ O ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÂÁÛθڇÚ.
‚ ÁÓÌ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl Bluetooth ‚‡¯Â„Ó ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. 5. ÑÎfl Á‡‚Â¯ÂÌËfl ‡·ÓÚ˚ Ò Í‡Î¸ÍÛÎflÚÓÓÏ Ì‡ÊÏËÚÂ
> [ç‡Á‡‰].
ɇÌËÚÛ˚ åÂÌ˛ 3.2.2
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÒÔËÒÓÍ „‡ÌËÚÛ, ÍÓÚÓ˚ èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
̇ıÓ‰flÚÒfl ‚ ÁÓÌ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl Bluetooth ‚‡¯Â„Ó
àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ C, ‰Îfl Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl β·˚ı
ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. ˆËÙ Ë Á̇ÍÓ‚. ç‡Ê‡‚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ *, ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚‚ÂÒÚË
ÁÌ‡Í ÏËÌÛÒ. äÓÏ ÚÓ„Ó, ̇ʇ‚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ #,
ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË åÂÌ˛ 3.2.3
ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚‚ÂÒÚË ‰ÂÒflÚ˘ÌÓ ˜ËÒÎÓ.
Ç ‰‡ÌÌÓÏ ÔÛÌÍÚ Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ̇ÒÚÓËÚ¸ ÓÔˆËË
Bluetooth.

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äÓÌ‚ÂÚÂ åÂÌ˛ 3.4 ó‡ÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓflÒ åÂÌ˛ 3.5
èÂÓ·‡ÁÛÂÚ Î˛·Ó ËÁÏÂÂÌË ‚ ÌÛÊÌÛ˛ Ç‡Ï Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÚÂÍÛ˘Â ‚ÂÏfl ‚Ó ‚ÒÂı
‚Â΢ËÌÛ. ëÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÛÂÚ 7 ÚËÔÓ‚ ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌ˚ı ÍÛÔÌÂȯËı „ÓÓ‰‡ı ÏË‡.
ÔÂÓ·‡ÁÓ‚‡ÌËÈ ‚ ‰Û„Ë ‚Â΢ËÌ˚: LJβڇ, 1. Ç˚·ÂËÚ „ÓÓ‰, ÓÚÌÓÒfl˘ËÈÒfl Í ‚ÂÏÂÌÌÓÈ ÁÓÌÂ
èÎÓ˘‡‰¸, ÑÎË̇, ÇÂÒ, íÂÏÔÂ‡ÚÛ‡, é·˙ÂÏ Ë ÔÛÚÂÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇ Í·‚Ë¯Ë L , R ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËË.
ëÍÓÓÒÚ¸.
2. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÚÂÍÛ˘Â ‚ÂÏfl ÔÓ ‚ÂÏÂÌË ‚

| ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚
1. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ‚Â΢ËÌÛ, ÍÓÚÓÛ˛ Ç˚ ıÓÚËÚ „ÓӉ ̇ʇ‚ ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸.
ÔÂÓ·‡ÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÔÛÚÂÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇ Í·‚Ë¯Ë U,
D ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËË. ç‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û éä.
2. Ç˚·ÂËÚ Òڇ̉‡ÚÌÓ Á̇˜ÂÌË ÔË ÔÓÏÓ˘Ë
Ä‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜ËÍ åÂÌ˛ 3.6
Í·‚˯ L, R ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËË. ǂ‰ËÚ ‚Â΢ËÌÛ, чÌÌÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ì‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜ËÍ ‚
ÍÓÚÓÛ˛ ıÓÚËÚ ÔÂÓ·‡ÁÓ‚‡Ú¸. Ç‚ÂÒÚË Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÒÎÓÊË‚¯ÂÈÒfl ÒËÚÛ‡ˆËË.
ÓÚˈ‡ÚÂθÌÓ Á̇˜ÂÌË ‚ ÍÓÌ‚ÂÚÂ Ì‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËÓÌÌÛ˛ Í·‚Ë¯Û ‚ÌËÁ. чΠÒ
чÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸ åÂÌ˛ 3.6.1
ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËÓÌÌ˚ı Í·‚˯ ‚Ô‡‚Ó/‚ÎÂ‚Ó Ç ˝ÚÓÏ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇ ̇ÍÚ˂̇.
‚˚·ÂËÚ ‚Â΢ËÌÛ, ‚ ÍÓÚÓÛ˛ Ç˚ ıÓÚËÚÂ
ÔÂÓ·‡ÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ËÒıÓ‰ÌÛ˛. èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
чÌÌÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ÔÓfl‚ËÚ¸Òfl ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÚÓθÍÓ ÂÒÎË
‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜ËÍ ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ì.

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ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚
é·˘ËÈ åÂÌ˛ 3.6.2 • á‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ ÌÓ‚ÓÂ
ÇÍβ˜ÂÌË ÂÊËχ ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇ “é·˘ËÈ” èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Á‡ÔËÒ˚‚‡Ú¸ ÌÓ‚Ó „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÂ
ÒÓÔÓ‚ÓʉÂÌË ‰ÎËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸˛ Ì ·ÓΠ15 ÒÂÍ
ÇÒÚ˜‡ åÂÌ˛ 3.6.3 ‰Îfl ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÚÂθÒÍÓ„Ó ÂÊËχ
ÇÍβ˜ÂÌË ÂÊËχ ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇. “ÇÒÚ˜‡” ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇.

ᇠÛÎÂÏ åÂÌ˛ 3.6.4 á‡ÔËÒ‡ÌÌ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl åÂÌ˛ 3.6.7


\ ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚

ÇÍβ˜ÂÌË ÂÊËχ ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇ “Ç ‡‚ÚÓÏÓ·ËΔ éÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚ ÒÔËÒÓÍ Á‡ÔËÒ‡ÌÌ˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ, ‚Íβ˜‡fl


ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÂ Ë ‚ÂÏÂÌË Á‡ÔËÒË
èÓθÁÓ‚‡ÚÂθÒÍËÈ 1/ 2 åÂÌ˛ 3.6.5/6 ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
ç‡ÒÚÓÈ͇ Ë ‚Íβ˜ÂÌË ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÚÂθÒÍÓ„Ó ÂÊËχ • ÇÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËÂ: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒÎÛ¯‡Ú¸
1/2. чÌÌ˚È ÂÊËÏ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ç‡Ï ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ Á‡ÔËÒ‡ÌÌ˚ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
Ò‚Ó˛ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Û˛ Á‡ÔËÒ¸ ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â Á‡ÔËÒË • 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚˚Â
‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇. ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
чÌÌ˚ ‡Á‰ÂÎ˚ ‚Íβ˜‡˛Ú ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘ÂÂ: • Ç˚ÁÓ‚: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÒÓ‚Â¯ËÚ¸ Á‚ÓÌÓÍ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÛ,
• ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÓÒÚ‡‚Ë‚¯ÂÏÛ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸ Ó‰ËÌ ËÁ ‚˚·‡ÌÌ˚ı • ëÓı‡ÌËÚ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ ‚ LJ¯ÂÈ
ÂÊËÏÓ‚ ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇. ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â ÌÓÏÂ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡, ÓÒÚ‡‚Ë‚¯Â„Ó
• èÓÒÎÛ¯‡Ú¸ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÔÓÒÎÛ¯‡Ú¸ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Ó ÒÓÔÓ‚ÓʉÂÌË • ç‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ SMS: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ̇ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ ÍÓÓÚÍÓÂ
‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÂÊËχ ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇. ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ‚·‰ÂθˆÛ ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎÂÌÌÓ„Ó
„ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Ó„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.

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èÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ Á‚ÓÌ͇ åÂÌ˛ 3.6.8 åÓ‰ÂÏ åÂÌ˛ 3.7
èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ‚ÂÏfl Á‡‰ÂÊÍË ÔÂ‰ ÑÓÒÚÛÔ Í ÒÂÚ‚˚Ï ÒÎÛÊ·‡Ï ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸ ˜ÂÂÁ
‚Íβ˜ÂÌËÂÏ ÙÛÌ͈ËË ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇. ÏÓ‰ÂÏ. ÖÒÎË ‚˚ ıÓÚËÚ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏ˚
• èÓÒΠ3 ÒÂÍ: óÂÂÁ 3 ÒÂÍÛ̉˚ LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ PCsync, Contents bank, Internet Cube, ‚ÓȉËÚ ‚ ÏÂÌ˛
‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ‚Íβ˜ËÚ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇. Ë ‡ÍÚË‚ËÛÈÚ ÏÓ‰ÂÏ, Á‡ÚÂÏ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ËÚ ͇·Âθ USB.
• èÓÒΠ5 ÒÂÍ: óÂÂÁ 5 ÒÂÍÛ̉ LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ

| ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚
‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ‚Íβ˜ËÚ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇.
• èÓÒΠ10 ÒÂÍ: óÂÂÁ 10 ÒÂÍÛ̉ LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ
‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ‚Íβ˜ËÚ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇.

èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
Ä‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜ËÍ Ì Ò‡·ÓÚ‡ÂÚ ÔË ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ÂÏ ‚˚ÁÓ‚Â,
ÂÒÎË ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ·Û‰ÂÚ Ì‰ÓÒÚ‡ÚÓ˜ÌÓ Ô‡ÏflÚË ‰Îfl
ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌËfl ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl. ÑÎfl ÚÓ„Ó ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸
ÒÓ·ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ ÔË‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Ë ‰Îfl ‡‚ÚÓÓÚ‚ÂÚ˜Ë͇, LJÏ
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ ÔÓËÁÌÂÒÚË ˝ÚÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ÑÇÄÜÑõ.
ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ÏÓ„ÛÚ ·˚Ú¸ Ì ÔÓÎÌÓÒÚ¸˛ ˉÂÌÚ˘Ì˚ÏË.
Ç˚·Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ·Û‰ÂÚ ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÚ¸Òfl ‚
Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÚÂÍÛ˘Â„Ó ÂÊËχ ‡·ÓÚ˚ ÒÂÚË
(ÍÓ‰Â͇ HR/FR/EFR – ÓÔ‰ÂÎflÂÚÒfl ÒÂÚ¸˛).

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é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ
àÏÂ̇ åÂÌ˛ 4.1 • ç‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ SMS/MMS: ÔÓÒΠӷ̇ÛÊÂÌËfl
ÌÛÊÌÓ„Ó ÌÓÏÂ‡ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ÔÓ ÌÂÏÛ
èËϘ‡ÌË ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚ÓÂ/ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
Ç ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ̇ÊÏËÚ Ô‡‚Û˛ • éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ˜ÂÂÁ Bluetooth: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ > [àÏÂ̇], ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÒÓ‰ÂÊËÏÓ Á‡ÔËÒÌÓÈ ÍÌËÊÍË Ì‡ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó
ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸ ÔflÏÓÈ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ Í ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Â. ÒÓ‚ÏÂÒÚËÏÓÂ Ò Bluetooth.
• äÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸ ËÁ
\ é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ

àÒ͇ڸ åÂÌ˛ 4.1.1 SIM ͇Ú˚ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ë ËÁ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ̇ SIM


(ëÓ‚Â¯ÂÌË ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ ËÁ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌËÊÍË) ͇ÚÛ.
1. ç‡ıÓ‰flÒ¸ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl, ̇ÊÏËÚ < • éÒÌÓ‚ÌÓÈ ÌÓÏÂ: ÑÎfl ͇ʉÓÈ Á‡ÔËÒË Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚÂ
[àÏÂ̇] Ë Á‡ÚÂÏ [OK]. ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ËÁ ‰Óχ¯Ì„Ó, ÏÓ·ËθÌÓ„Ó ËÎË
‡·Ó˜Â„Ó ÌÓÏÂÓ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚ Ó‰ËÌ, ˜‡ÒÚÓ
èËϘ‡ÌË ̇·Ë‡ÂÏ˚È. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ˝ÚÛ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛,
èÓÒΠ̇·Ó‡ ËÒÍÓÏÓ„Ó ËÏÂÌË ÔÓ‰Ú‚Â‰ËÚ ÔÓËÒÍ
˜‡ÒÚÓ Ì‡·Ë‡ÂÏ˚È ÌÓÏÂ ·Û‰ÂÚ ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡Ú¸Òfl
Í·‚˯ÂÈ [àÒ͇ڸ]. ÔÂ‚˚Ï ‚ ÒÔËÒÍÂ.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸.
2. ÑÎfl ‰‡ÍÚËÓ‚‡ÌËfl, Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl ËÎË ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡ÌËfl
Á‡ÔËÒË Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ Í·‚Ë¯Û ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸ åÂÌ˛ 4.1.2
< [éÔˆËË]. ç‡ ‰ËÒÔΠÔÓfl‚ËÚ¸Òfl ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Âe ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ˝ÚÓÈ Í·‚Ë¯Ë ÏÓÊÌÓ ‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸ ‚
ÏÂÌ˛. ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÛ˛ ÍÌË„Û.
• ꉇÍÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸: Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËÓÌÌÓÈ
ÍÌÓÔÍË ÏÓÊÌÓ ‰‡ÍÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ËÏfl, ÌÓÏÂ,
„ÛÔÔÛ, ÒËÏ‚ÓÎ ËÎË ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÂ.

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ÖÏÍÓÒÚ¸ Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÒÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚ 1000 Á‡ÔËÒÂÈ. ÉÛÔÔ˚ åÂÌ˛ 4.1.3
ÖÏÍÓÒÚ¸ Ô‡ÏflÚË SIM-͇Ú˚ ÓÔ‰ÂÎflÂÚÒfl ÑÎfl ͇ʉÓÈ ËÁ 7 „ÛÔÔ ÏÓÊÌÓ ‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ ‰Ó 20
ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÓÏ ÛÒÎÛ„. äÓ΢ÂÒÚ‚Ó ÒËÏ‚ÓÎÓ‚, ÍÓÚÓÓ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÓ‚.
ÏÓÊÌÓ ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ ̇ SIM-͇ÚÂ, Á‡‚ËÒËÚ ÓÚ Í‡Ú˚.
• ëÔËÒÓÍ „ÛÔÔ˚: èÓfl‚ËÚÒfl ÒÔËÒÓÍ Û˜‡ÒÚÌËÍÓ‚
1. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸, ̇ʇ‚ ‰Îfl ˝ÚÓ„Ó ÎÂ‚Û˛ ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ „ÛÔÔ˚.
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [éä] ËÎË [OK].
• ë˄̇Π„ÛÔÔ˚: чÂÚ ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓÒÚ¸ ‚˚·‡Ú¸
2. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÚËÔ Ô‡ÏflÚË, „‰Â Ç˚ ıÓÚËÚ ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ ‡Á΢Ì˚È Á‚ÛÍÓ‚ÓÈ Ò˄̇Π‰Îfl ͇ʉÓÈ „ÛÔÔ˚.
ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ – ç‡ SIM-͇Ú ËÎË ç‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ.

| é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ
ÖÒÎË ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ íÂÎÂÙÓÌ, Ç‡Ï ÔˉÂÚÒfl ‚˚·‡Ú¸, • àÍÓÌ͇ „ÛÔÔ˚: Ç Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ „ÛÔÔ˚ Ç˚
͇ÍÓÈ ËÁ ÌÓÏÂÓ‚ Ç˚ ıÓÚËÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓ‰Ó·‡Ú¸ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ˚È ÒËÏ‚ÓÎ.
ÓÒÌÓ‚ÌÓ„Ó. • ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Û˜‡ÒÚÌË͇: чfiÚ ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓÒÚ¸ ‚Íβ˜ËÚ¸
a. ç‡ÊÏËÚ < [OK] ‰Îfl ‚‚Ó‰‡ ËÏÂÌË. ÌÓ‚Ó„Ó Û˜‡ÒÚÌË͇ ‚ ‚˚·‡ÌÌÛ˛ „ÛÔÔÛ. Ç ÒÓÒÚ‡‚
͇ʉÓÈ „ÛÔÔ˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚ıÓ‰ËÚ¸ Ì ·ÓΠ20-ÚË
b. ç‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [éä], ÔÓÒΠ‚‚Ó‰‡ ËÏÂÌË.
‡·ÓÌÂÌÚÓ‚.
íÂÔÂ¸ Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔËÒÚÛÔËÚ¸ Í ‚‚Ó‰Û
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ˚ı ÌÓÏÂÓ‚. • 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ËÁ „ÛÔÔ˚: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ Û˜‡ÒÚÌË͇
c. ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ < [ëÓı‡Ì.]. ËÁ ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ „ÛÔÔ˚. äÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ Û‰‡ÎflÂÚÒfl ÚÓθÍÓ ËÁ
ÒÔËÒ͇ „ÛÔÔ˚, ÓÒÚ‡‚‡flÒ¸ ÔË ˝ÚÓÏ ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË
d. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ‰Îfl ÒÓÁ‰‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ËÎË SIM-͇Ú˚.
Ó‰ÌÛ ËÁ „ÛÔÔ Ì‡ÊËχfl ̇ Í·‚Ë¯Ë L , R.
• èÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸ „ÛÔÔÛ.
e. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÒËÏ‚ÓÎ ‰Îfl ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÔÛÚfiÏ
̇ʇÚËfl U , D , L , R.

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é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ
Å˚ÒÚ˚È Ì‡·Ó åÂÌ˛ 4.1.4 2. èÂÂÏ¢‡ÈÚÂÒ¸ ÔÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ‰Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËË ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË Ë
ã˛·˚Ï ÍÌÓÔÍ‡Ï ÓÚ 2 ‰Ó 9 ÏÓÊÌÓ Ì‡Á̇˜ËÚ¸ ‰Îfl ‡ÍÚË‚‡ˆËË Ì‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [OK].
ÌÓÏÂ ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡. èÓÒΠ˝ÚÓ„Ó ÏÓÊÌÓ Ò‰Â·ڸ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ • ëÓı‡ÌflÚ¸ ̇: èÂÂÏ¢‡ÈÚÂÒ¸ Í ÙÛÌ͈ËË
‰‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡, ̇ʇ‚ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Û˛ ëÓı‡ÌflÚ¸ ̇ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ < [OK] ‰Îfl ‡ÍÚË‚‡ˆËË.
ˆËÙÓ‚Û˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ. - ÖÒÎË ‚˚·‡Ì Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ ëÔ‡¯Ë‚‡Ú¸, ÔË
1. ë̇˜‡Î‡ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ÓÚÍÓÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÛ˛ ‰Ó·‡‚ÎÂÌËË Á‡ÔËÒË ·Û‰ÂÚ ‚˚‚Ó‰ËÚ¸Òfl Á‡ÔÓÒ Ó
ÍÌË„Û, ̇ʇ‚ ̇ Í·‚Ë¯Û > [àÏÂ̇]. ÏÂÒڠ ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌËfl: ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ËÎË Ì‡
SIM-͇ÚÂ.
\ é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ

2. èÂÂÏ¢‡ÈÚÂÒ¸ ÔÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ‰Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËË Å˚ÒÚ˚È


- ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·‡ÎË Ì‡ ç‡ SIM – ËÎË ç‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ, ÚÓ
̇·Ó Ë ‰Îfl ‡ÍÚË‚‡ˆËË Ì‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [OK].
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ Á‡ÔËÒ¸ ̇ SIM-͇Ú ËÎË ‚
3. ÖÒÎË ‚˚ ıÓÚËÚ ‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ ÌÓÏÂ ‰Îfl ·˚ÒÚÓ„Ó ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ.
̇·Ó‡, ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÔÛÒÚÛ˛ fl˜ÂÈÍÛ. èÓÒΠ˝ÚÓ„Ó Ç˚ • èÓ͇Á˚‚‡Ú¸: èÓÎËÒÚ‡ÈÚ ‰Ó ÔÛÌÍÚ‡ èÓ͇Á˚‚‡Ú¸
ÏÓÊÂÚ ̇ÈÚË ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ˚È ÌÓÏÂ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ < [OK].
ÍÌËÊÍÂ.
- íÓθÍÓ ËÏfl: ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ ÓÍÌÓ Á‡ÔËÒÌÓÈ ÍÌËÊÍË
4. ì͇Á‡‚ ÌÓÏÂ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‰Îfl ÍÌÓÔÍË ·˚ÒÚÓ„Ó Ò Û͇Á‡ÌËÂÏ Ó‰ÌËı ËÏÂÌ.
̇·Ó‡, ÏÓÊÌÓ ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ ËÎË Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸.
- ë ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËflÏË: ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ Á‡ÔËÒË ‚
åÓÊÌÓ Ú‡ÍÊ ҉·ڸ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ËÎË ÔÓÒ·ڸ
Á‡ÔËÒÌÓÈ ÍÌËÊÍÂ Ò Û͇Á‡ÌËÂÏ ËÏÂÌË Ë
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ̇ ‰‡ÌÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ. ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÂÏ.
ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË åÂÌ˛ 4.1.5 - àÏfl Ë ÌÓÏÂ: ̇ÒÚ‡Ë‚‡ÂÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÛ˛ ÍÌË„Û Ú‡Í,
˜ÚÓ·˚ Ó̇ ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡Î‡ ËÏfl Ë ÌÓÏÂ.
1. ç‡ÊÏËÚ > [àÏÂ̇], ̇ıÓ‰flÒ¸ ‚ ÂÊËÏÂ
ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl.

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äÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ‚Ò åÂÌ˛ 4.1.6 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò åÂÌ˛ 4.1.7
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸/ÔÂÂÏ¢‡Ú¸ Á‡ÔËÒË ËÁ Ô‡ÏflÚË Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò Á‡ÔËÒË ËÁ Ô‡ÏflÚË SIM-͇Ú˚,
SIM ͇Ú˚ ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ Ë Ì‡Ó·ÓÓÚ. Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. чÌ̇fl ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl Ú·ÛÂÚ ‰Îfl
1. ë̇˜‡Î‡ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ÓÚÍÓÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÛ˛ Ò‚ÓÂ„Ó ‚˚ÔÓÎÌÂÌËfl ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÍÓ‰‡ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË.
ÍÌË„Û, ̇ʇ‚ ̇ Í·‚Ë¯Û > [àÏÂ̇]. 1. ç‡ÊÏËÚ > [àÏÂ̇], ̇ıÓ‰flÒ¸ ‚ ÂÊËÏÂ
2. èÂÂÏ¢‡ÈÚÂÒ¸ ÔÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ‰Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËË äÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl, ÔÓÒΠ˜Â„Ó ‚˚·ÂËÚ 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò Ë
‚ÒÂ Ë ‰Îfl ‡ÍÚË‚‡ˆËË Ì‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [OK]. ̇ÊÏËÚ < [OK].

| é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ
• àÁ SIM ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙ.: åÓÊÌÓ ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ËÎË 2. Ç˚‰ÂÎËÚ ԇÏflÚ¸, ÒÓ‰ÂÊËÏÓ ÍÓÚÓÓÈ
ÔÂÂÏ¢‡Ú¸ Á‡ÔËÒË ËÁ Ô‡ÏflÚË SIM͇Ú˚ ‚ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸, ‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛
Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ (<) [OK].
• àÁ ÚÂÎÂÙ. ‚ SIM: åÓÊÌÓ ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ËÎË 3. ç‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û < ‰Îfl ÔÓ‰Ú‚ÂʉÂÌËfl ËÎË
ÔÂÂÏ¢‡Ú¸ Á‡ÔËÒË ËÁ Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‚ Í·‚Ë¯Û > [ç‡Á‡‰] ‰Îfl ÓÚÏÂÌ˚.
Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ SIM-͇Ú˚.
ëÔ‡‚͇ åÂÌ˛ 4.1.8
3. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚ˉÂÚ¸ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÔÓ‰ÏÂÌ˛.
• ëÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ ÓË„Ë̇Î: èË ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡ÌËË • ëÂ‚ËÒÌ˚ ÌÓÏÂ‡
ÓË„Ë̇θÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ ÒÓı‡ÌflÂÚÒfl. àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ˝ÚÛ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ ‰Îfl ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl
‰ÂڇθÌÓ„Ó ÒÔËÒ͇ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚ Ë ÛÒÎÛ„, ÍÓÚÓ˚Â
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ÓË„Ë̇Î: èË ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡ÌËË
Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚Îfl˛ÚÒfl ÍÓÏÔ‡ÌËÂÈÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÓÏ ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ
ÓË„Ë̇θÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ ·Û‰ÂÚ ÒÚfiÚ.
Ò‚flÁË (ÂÒÎË ˝Ú‡ ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl LJ¯ÂÈ
SIM ͇ÚÓÈ).

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é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ
1. ë̇˜‡Î‡ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ÓÚÍÓÈÚ • ëÓ·ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÛ˛ ÍÌË„Û, ̇ʇ‚ ̇ Í·‚Ë¯Û > (‚ Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ SIM ͇Ú˚)
[àÏÂ̇]. åÓÊÌÓ ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ Ë ÔÓ‚ÂËÚ¸ Ò‚ÓÈ ÌÓÏÂ ‚
2. èÂÂÏ¢‡ÈÚÂÒ¸ ÔÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ‰Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËË ëÂ‚ËÒÌ˚ SIM-͇ÚÂ.
ÌÓÏÂ‡ Ë ‰Îfl ‚˚·Ó‡ ̇ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [OK] .
3. ç‡Á‚‡ÌËfl ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ı ÛÒÎÛ„ ·Û‰ÛÚ ÓÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌ˚. ä‡ÎẨ‡¸ åÂÌ˛ 4.2
4. ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ Í·‚˯ U, D ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËË èË ‚ıӉ ‚ ˝ÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ͇ÎẨ‡¸.
‚˚·ÂËÚ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÛ˛ ÛÒÎÛ„Û. ç‡ÊÏËÚ ̇
\ é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ

åÂÒflˆ Ë „Ó‰ ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡˛ÚÒfl ‚ ‚ÂıÌÂÈ ˜‡ÒÚË ˝Í‡Ì‡.


Í·‚Ë¯Û S [éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸].
èË Í‡Ê‰ÓÈ ÒÏÂÌ ‰‡Ú˚ ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ “ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË”
• ëÚ‡ÚÛÒ Ô‡ÏflÚË Í‡ÎẨ‡¸ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË Ó·ÌÓ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl. íÂÍÛ˘‡fl ‰‡Ú‡
ùÚ‡ ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ç‡Ï ÛÁ̇ڸ, ÒÍÓθÍÓ ·Û‰ÂÚ ‚˚‰ÂÎÂ̇ ÁÂÎÂÌ˚Ï ˆ‚ÂÚÓÏ, ‡ Á‡ÔËÒË
Ò‚Ó·Ó‰ÌÓ„Ó Ë Á‡ÌflÚÓ„Ó ÏÂÒÚ‡ ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË ‚‡¯ÂÈ ‡ÒÔËÒ‡ÌËfl Ë Á‡ÏÂÚÍË ·Û‰ÛÚ ÓÚϘÂÌ˚ ÚÂÛ„ÓθÌËÍÓÏ
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌËÊÍË. Í‡ÒÌÓ„Ó ˆ‚ÂÚ‡ ‚ ΂ÓÏ ‚ÂıÌÂÏ Û„ÎÛ
1. ë̇˜‡Î‡ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ÓÚÍÓÈÚ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Â„Ó ÔflÏÓÛ„ÓθÌË͇. ÑÎfl Á‡ÏÂÚÓÍ Ë
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÛ˛ ÍÌË„Û, ̇ʇ‚ ̇ Í·‚Ë¯Û > ̇ÔÓÏË̇ÌËÈ ÏÓÊÌÓ Ì‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ Á‚ÛÍÓ‚ÓÈ Ò˄̇Î.
[àÏÂ̇]. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ ëÔ‡‚͇ ̇ʇ‚ ̇ ÑÎfl ËÁÏÂÌÂÌËfl ‰Ìfl, ÏÂÒflˆ‡ Ë „Ó‰‡.
Í·‚Ë¯Û < [OK].
2. èÂÂÏ¢‡ÈÚÂÒ¸ ÔÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ‰Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËË ëÚ‡ÚÛÒ ä·‚˯‡ éÔËÒ‡ÌËÂ
Ô‡ÏflÚË Ë ‰Îfl ‡ÍÚË‚‡ˆËË Ì‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û < 13 ÖÊ„ӉÌÓ
[OK].
*# ÖÊÂÏÂÒfl˜ÌÓ
UD ÖÊẨÂθÌÓ
LR Öʉ̂ÌÓ

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ÑÎfl ÔÂÂıÓ‰‡ Í ÙÛÌ͈ËflÏ Ó„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ‡ ̇ÊÏËÚ åÂÎÓ‰Ëfl Ò˄̇· åÂÌ˛ 4.2.6
ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ < [éÔˆËË]; åÓÊÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ Á‚ÛÍÓ‚ÓÈ Ò˄̇Π‰Îfl ͇ÎẨ‡fl.
ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸ åÂÌ˛ 4.2.1
èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ‰Ó·‡‚ÎflÚ¸ ÌÓ‚˚ Á‡ÏÂÚÍË Ë ‡ÒÔËÒ‡ÌË á‡ÏÂÚ͇ åÂÌ˛ 4.3
‰Îfl ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ‰Ìfl. ǂ‰ËÚ ÚÂÏÛ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ 1. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÚÂÍÒÚ Ô‡ÏflÚÍË, ̇ʇ‚ ÎÂ‚Û˛
ÔÓ„‡ÏÏËÛÂÏÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ < [OK]. ÇÒÂ„Ó ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏËÛÂÏÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ < [OK].
ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ ‰Ó 20 Á‡ÏÂÚÓÍ.
2. ÖÒÎË Ú‡Ï ÔÛÒÚÓ, ‰Ó·‡‚¸Ú ÌÓ‚Û˛, ̇ʇ‚ ÎÂ‚Û˛

| é„‡Ì‡ÈÁÂ
èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ Ô·Ì˚ ̇ ‰Â̸ åÂÌ˛ 4.2.2 ÙÛ̈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸].
åÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÔÓ‰Ó·ÌÓ ‡ÒÔËÒ‡ÌË ̇ ‰Â̸, ‡ Ú‡Í 3. ǂ‰ËÚ Á‡ÏÂÚÍÛ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ < [OK].
Ê ‚Ò Á‡ÔËÒË, ‚ÌÂÒÂÌÌ˚ ‚ ‡ÒÔËÒ‡ÌË ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÚÂÎÂÏ.
èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
쉇ÎËÚ¸ ÔÓÒÎ. åÂÌ˛ 4.2.3
EÒÎË ıÓÚËÚ ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ ÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡,
åÓÊÌÓ Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ ‡ÒÔËÒ‡ÌËÂ, ÂÒÎË ÒÓÍË ÏÂÓÔËflÚËÈ, ̇ÊÏËÚ #.
Û͇Á‡ÌÌ˚ı ‚ ÌÂÏ, ËÒÚÂÍÎË.

쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò åÂÌ˛ 4.2.4


Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò Á‡ÔËÒË.

èÂÂÈÚË Í ‰‡Ú åÂÌ˛ 4.2.5


åÓÊÌÓ ÔÂÂÈÚË ÌÂÔÓÒ‰ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ Í ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓÈ ‰‡ÚÂ.

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ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
чÌÌÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ‚Íβ˜‡ÂÚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË, ÓÚÌÓÒfl˘ËÂÒfl Í çÓ‚Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË åÂÌ˛ 5.1
SMS (ëÎÛÊ·‡ ÍÓÓÚÍËı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ), MMS (ëÎÛÊ·‡
ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ), „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓ˜ÚÂ, ‡ ç‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ SMS åÂÌ˛ 5.1.1
Ú‡ÍÊÂ Í ÒÎÛÊ·Ì˚Ï ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËflÏ ÒÂÚË. ç‡ÊÏËÚÂ Ç ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl ÔËÂÏ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ SMS-
ÍÌÓÔÍÛ åÂÌ˛ (<) Ë ‚˚·ÂËÚ ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ (ÒÎÛÊ·‡ ÍÓÓÚÍËı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ).
̇‚Ë„‡ˆËÓÌÌ˚ı ÍÌÓÔÓÍ.
1. ǂ‰ËÚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. ÑÓÔÓÎÌËÚÂθÌÛ˛ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó
ÉÓÎÓÒÓ‚‡fl ÔÓ˜Ú‡ Ë SMS ÓÚÌÓÒflÚÒfl Í ÒÂÚ‚˚Ï ÒÎÛÊ·‡Ï.
‚‚Ӊ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ ÒÏ. ̇ ÒÚ. 23-25 (Ç‚Ó‰ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡).
ÑÎfl ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ‰ÓÔÓÎÌËÚÂθÌÓÈ ËÌÙÓχˆËË Ò‚flÊËÚÂÒ¸
\ ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl

Ò ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÓÏ ÒÂÚË. 2. èÓÒΠÒÓÒÚ‡‚ÎÂÌËfl ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ̇ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛


ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [éÔˆËË] ‰Îfl ‚˚·Ó‡
èÓfl‚ÎÂÌË Á̇˜Í‡ ÓÁ̇˜‡ÂÚ, ˜ÚÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÓ ÌÓ‚ÓÂ
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ„Ó Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ‡.
„ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. èÓfl‚ÎÂÌË Á̇˜Í‡ ÓÁ̇˜‡ÂÚ,
˜ÚÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÓ ÌÓ‚Ó ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. ÖÒÎË Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ ÑÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÙÛÌ͈ËË.
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ ÔÂÂÔÓÎÌÂ̇, ÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ, Á‡ÏË„‡ÂÚ • èÓÒ·ڸ: ǂ‰ËÚ ÌÓÏÂ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ËÎË ‚˚·ÂËÚÂ
Á̇˜ÓÍ Ë ·Û‰ÂÚ Ì‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜‡Ú¸ ÌÓ‚˚Â Â„Ó ËÁ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Ë ËÎË ËÁ ÒÔËÒ͇
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl. àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ “쉇ÎËÚ¸” ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ ÔÓÒΉÌËı ̇·‡ÌÌ˚ı ÌÓÏÂÓ‚. éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸
“ÇıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ", ˜ÚÓ·˚ Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ ÒÚ‡˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl. ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ÏÓÊÌÓ 6 ‡·ÓÌÂÌÚ‡Ï Ó‰ÌÓ‚ÂÏÂÌÌÓ
(ᇂËÒÚËÚ ÓÚ ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓ‡ ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË).
èÓÒΠÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËfl ÏÂÒÚ‡ ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ ·Û‰ÛÚ
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ
ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌ˚ β·˚ Ì ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ SMS-ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
[àÒ͇ڸ]. éÚÓ·‡ÁflÚÒfl ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ԇ‡ÏÂÚ˚ .
(‰ÓÒÚ‡ÚÓ˜ÌÓ Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÏÓ ÏÂÒÚÓ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌÓ).
1. äÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ˚
2. èÓÒΉÌËÈ ÌÓÏÂ
3. èÓÒ·ڸ

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• ëÓı. ‚ ˜ÂÌÓ‚Ë͇ı: ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÒÓı‡ÌflÚ¸ • àÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÂ: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎflÚ¸ Ë ÔÓÎÛ˜‡Ú¸
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ‰Îfl Â„Ó ÓÚÔ‡‚ÍË ÔÓÁ‰ÌÂÂ. ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl, ÒÓ‰Âʇ˘Ë ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË.
• òËÙÚ: ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ‡ÁÏÂ‡ Ë ÒÚËÎfl ¯ËÙÚ‡. Ç Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ËϲÚÒfl ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ
Ô‰‚‡ËÚÂθÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ı ͇ÚËÌÓÍ.
• ñ‚ÂÚ: Ú‡ÍÊ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ˆ‚ÂÚ ÚÂÍÒÚ‡
(Á‡ÎË‚ÍË) Ë ÙÓ̇. • á‚ÛÍË: ‚ ÍÓÓÚÍÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚ÎÓÊËÚ¸
Á‚ÛÍ.
• Ç˚‡‚ÌË‚‡ÌËÂ: åÓÊÌÓ Ì‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ ÔÓÎÓÊÂÌËÂ
ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ ‚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË – Ò·‚‡, ÔÓ ˆÂÌÚÛ, ÒÔ‡‚‡. • íÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚ ¯‡·ÎÓÌ˚: ÏÓÊÌÓ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸
ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚ ¯‡·ÎÓÌ˚, Ëϲ˘ËÂÒfl ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË
• ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ ÒÎÓ‚Ó ‚ ÒÎÓ‚‡¸ T9: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.

| ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ LJ¯Â ÒÓ·ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ ÒÎÓ‚Ó. ùÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛
‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌÓ, ÂÒÎË Á‡‰‡Ì ÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ • àÏÂ̇: ‚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ÏÓÊÌÓ ‰Ó·‡‚ÎflÚ¸
T9ABC/T9Abc/T9abc. ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌ˚ ÌÓÏÂ‡.
• üÁ˚ÍË T9: Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ˚È flÁ˚Í ‰Îfl • ëËÏ‚ÓÎ: ÏÓÊÌÓ ‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ ÒÔˆˇθÌ˚ ÒËÏ‚ÓÎ˚.
ÂÊËχ ‚‚Ó‰‡ T9. åÓÊÌÓ Ú‡ÍÊ ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ¸ • èÓ‰ÔËÒ¸: ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚ÎÓÊËÚ¸ Ò‚Ó˛ ‚ËÁËÚÍÛ.
ÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ T9, ‚˚·‡‚ “T9 ‚˚ÍΔ.
• Ç˚ÈÚË: èË ‚˚·Ó ‰‡ÌÌÓ„Ó Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ‡ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl
ç‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ MMS åÂÌ˛ 5.1.2
̇·Ó‡ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ÔÓËÁÓȉÂÚ ‚ÓÁ‚‡Ú Í ÏÂÌ˛ Ç ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓÏ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË ÏÓÊÂÚ ÒÓ‰ÂʇڸÒfl
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ. 燷‡ÌÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ڇÍÊ Ì ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚‡fl, „‡Ù˘ÂÒ͇fl ËÌÙÓχˆËfl Ë Á‚ÛÍÓ‚˚Â
·Û‰ÂÚ ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌÓ. ÍÎËÔ˚. чÌÌÛ˛ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ ÏÓÊÌÓ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÚÓθÍÓ
3. ë ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂÏ ÏÓÊÌÓ Ú‡ÍÊ ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎflÚ¸ ‚ÎÓÊÂÌËfl. ‚ ÚÓÏ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â, ÂÒÎË Ó̇ ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÓÏ
ÑÎfl ˝ÚÓ„Ó ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ Ì‡Ê‡Ú¸ Ô‡‚Û˛ ËÎË ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÓÏ ÛÒÎÛ„. åÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [ÇÒÚ‡‚ËÚ¸] ‚ ÔÓˆÂÒÒ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔËÌËχڸ Ë ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ ÚÓθÍÓ Ì‡
‚‚Ó‰‡ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl. ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ı, ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡˛˘Ëı ÙÛÌÍˆË˛
ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ. å‡ÍÒËχθÌ˚È Ó·˙ÂÏ
MMS ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl 100 kb.

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1. ǂ‰ËÚ ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ • ëÓı‡ÌËÚ¸: ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌË ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ„Ó
Ô‡‚ÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÓÈ ÍÌÓÔÍË ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚‚Ó‰ËÚ¸ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â ˜ÂÌÓ‚Ë͇ ËÎË ¯‡·ÎÓ̇.
ÒËÏ‚ÓÎ˚ Ë ÌÓÏÂ‡ ËÎË ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ • ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Ò·ȉ: ‰Ó·‡‚ÎÂÌË Ò·ȉ‡ ÔÂ‰ ËÎË
T9. èÓÒΠ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ÔÓÒΠÚÂÍÛ˘Â„Ó Ò·ȉ‡.
̇ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [OK]. • èÂÂÈÚË Í Ò·ȉÛ: ÔÂÂıÓ‰ Í ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘ÂÏÛ ËÎË
2. ÑÓ·‡‚¸Ú ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌË Ë/ËÎË Á‚ÛÍ. åÓÊÌÓ ÔÂÂÈÚË Ô‰˚‰Û˘ÂÏÛ Ò·ȉÛ.
Í ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘ÂÏÛ ‡Á‰ÂÎÛ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ̇‚Ë„‡ˆËÓÌÌ˚ı • 쉇ÎËÚ¸ Ò·ȉ: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó Ò·ȉ‡.
ÍÌÓÔÓÍ ‚‚Âı/‚ÌËÁ.
• ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÙÓÏ‡Ú Ò·ȉ
\ ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl

3. åÓÊÌÓ ‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ Ò·ȉ, ‚˚·‡‚ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ ÏÂÌ˛ Ò


- ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ Ú‡ÈÏÂ: Ú‡ÈÏÂ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ‰Îfl
ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ΂ÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÓÈ ÍÌÓÔÍË. åÓÊÌÓ Ò·ȉ‡, ÚÂÍÒÚ‡, ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl Ë Á‚Û͇.
‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ ÌÓ‚˚È Ò·ȉ, ̇ʇ‚ ÎÂ‚Û˛
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ Ë ‚˚·‡‚ ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ ÔÛÌÍÚ - èÓÏÂÌflÚ¸ ÚÂÍÒÚ Ë ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÂ: ‚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË
ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÏÂÌflÚ¸ ÏÂÒÚ‡ÏË ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÂ Ë ÚÂÍÒÚ.
“ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Ò·ȉ”.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚ÎÓÊÂÌËÂ: ËÁ Ò·ȉ‡ ÏÓÊÌÓ Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸
4. ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [éÔˆËË].
ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ËÎË Á‚ÛÍ. чÌÌ˚È Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ
ÑÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÙÛÌ͈ËË.
ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ÚÓθÍÓ ÔË Ì‡Î˘ËË ‚ÎÓÊÂÌËfl.
• èÓÒ·ڸ: ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl ÓÚÔ‡‚͇ ̇ ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ
• ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ ÒÎÓ‚Ó ‚ ÒÎÓ‚‡¸ T9: ÏÓÊÌÓ ‰Ó·‡‚ÎflÚ¸
ÌÓÏÂÓ‚ Ë ‡‰ÂÒÓ‚ ˝ÎÂÍÚÓÌÌÓÈ ÔÓ˜Ú˚ (Á‡‚ËÒËÚ
ÌÓ‚˚ ÒÎÓ‚‡ ‚ ÒÎÓ‚‡¸. ùÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌÓ, ÂÒÎË
ÓÚ ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓ‡ ÒÓÚÓ‚ÓÈ Ò‚flÁË).
Á‡‰‡Ì ÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ T9ABC/T9Abc/T9abc.
• è‰‚. ÔÓÒÏÓÚ: ÓÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÂ
ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl, ÍÓÚÓÓÂ
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸.

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• üÁ˚ÍË T9: Ç˚·ÂËÚ flÁ˚Í ‰Îfl ÂÊËχ ‚‚Ó‰‡ T9. á̇˜ÓÍ àÍÓÌÍË
êÂÊËÏ ‚‚Ó‰‡ T9 ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ¸, ‚˚·‡‚ T9
‚˚ÍÎ. MMS ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ
• Ç˚ÈÚË: èË ‚˚·Ó ‰‡ÌÌÓ„Ó Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ‡ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl SMS ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ
̇·Ó‡ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ÔÓËÁÓȉÂÚ ‚ÓÁ‚‡Ú Í ÏÂÌ˛ SIM-ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ. èË ˝ÚÓÏ Ì‡·‡ÌÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË Ì èÓ˜ËÚ‡ÌÌÓ MMS ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ
·Û‰ÂÚ ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌÓ.
èÓ˜ËÚ‡ÌÌÓ ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ
5. ç‡ÊÏËÚ Ô‡‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ
[ÇÒÚ‡‚ËÚ¸]. åÓÊÌÓ ‚ÒÚ‡‚ËÚ¸ ÒËÏ‚ÓÎ, ÙÓÚÓ„‡Ù˲, ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌË Push

| ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
Á‚ÛÍ ËÎË ÒÓÁ‰‡Ú¸ ÌÓ‚Û˛ ÙÓÚÓ„‡Ù˲. èÓ˜ËÚ‡ÌÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË Push
MMS ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ Ò Û‚Â‰ÓÏÎÂÌËÂÏ
ÇıÓ‰fl˘Ë åÂÌ˛ 5.2
é ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÌÓÏ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË ‚‡Ò ËÁ‚ÂÒÚËÚ Ò˄̇Î. èË ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËË Ô‰ÛÔÂʉÂÌËfl “çÂÚ ÏÂÒÚ‡ ‰Îfl
ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ·Û‰ÛÚ ÒÓı‡ÌflÚ¸Òfl ‚ Ô‡ÔÍ “ÇıÓ‰fl˘Ë”. ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl SIM” Û‰‡ÎËÚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl SIM ËÁ Ô‡ÔÍË
“ÇıÓ‰fl˘Ë”. èË ÔÓfl‚ÎÂÌËË Ô‰ÛÔÂʉÂÌËfl “çÂÚ
Ç Ô‡ÔÍ “ÇıÓ‰fl˘Ë” ͇ʉÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ÏÓÊÌÓ ÏÂÒÚ‡ ‰Îfl ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl” Û‰‡ÎËÚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl, ‚ÎÓÊÂÌËfl
ˉÂÌÚËÙˈËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÔÓ Á̇˜Í‡Ï. èÓ‰Ó·ÌÓÒÚË ÒÏ. ‚ ËÎË ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËfl, ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÓÒ‚Ó·Ó‰ËÚ¸ ÏÂÒÚÓ.
ÓÔËÒ‡ÌËË Á̇˜ÍÓ‚.

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• èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚÂ
CÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl SIM
ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÌ˚ı
ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌË SIM – ˝ÚÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ, ı‡Ìfl˘ÂÂÒfl ‚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËflı ; ‡‰ÂÒ‡ı ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚÂÎfl, ÚÂÏ (ÚÓθÍÓ
Ô‡ÏflÚË SIM – ͇Ú˚.
‰Îfl ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl), ‰‡ÚÂ Ë ‚ÂÏÂÌË
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl, ÚËÔ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl, ‡ Ú‡ÍÊ ‡ÁÏÂÂ
èË ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËË Ò˄̇· Ó ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓÏ
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË ÔÓ‰ÓʉËÚÂ, ÔÓ͇ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË Á‡„ÛÁËÚÒfl,
ÔÓÒΠ˜Â„Ó Â„Ó ÏÓÊÌÓ ·Û‰ÂÚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸. • 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: åÓÊÌÓ Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
ÑÎfl ÚÓ„Ó ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÔÓ˜ËÚ‡Ú¸ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ, ‚˚·ÂËÚ ӉÌÓ è‡‡ÏÂÚ˚ MMS
ËÁ ÌËı, ̇ʇ‚ Í·‚Ë¯Û <.
\ ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl

• ÇÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËÂ: ÔÓ‚ÚÓÌÓ ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËÂ


• èÓÒÏÓÚ: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÌÓ ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. • èÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸: (ÚÓθÍÓ ÔË Û‚Â‰ÓÏÎÂÌËË Ó ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÌÓÏ
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ ÚÂÍÛ˘Â ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓÏ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË). åÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚Â
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl, ‚ ÓÚ΢ˠÓÚ ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚ı, ÏÓÊÌÓ
• éÚ‚ÂÚËÚ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒ·ڸ ‚ ÓÚ‚ÂÚ Ò‚ÓÂ
Á‡„Ûʇڸ Ò ÒÂ‚Â‡ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ËÎË ‚Û˜ÌÛ˛.
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
ëÂÚ¸ Ò̇˜‡Î‡ ÔÓÒ˚·ÂÚ Û‚Â‰ÓÏÎÂÌËÂ Ó ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÌÓÏ
• èÂÂÒ·ڸ: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ̇Ô‡‚ËÚ¸ ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓÏ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË: ÖÒÎË ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ‰Û„ËÏ ÔÓÎÛ˜‡ÚÂÎflÏ. “Ä‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒ͇fl Á‡„ÛÁ͇” ‚˚Íβ˜Â̇ ËÎË
• Ç˚ÁÓ‚: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÂÂÁ‚ÓÌËÚ¸ ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚÂβ ÔÓËÁӯ· ӯ˷͇, ÔÓ‰Ú‚Â‰ËÚ ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËÂ, ̇ʇ‚
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl. ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [èÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸]. ÖÒÎË ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl “Ä‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒ͇fl
Á‡„ÛÁ͇” ‚Íβ˜Â̇, ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË Á‡„ÛÁËÚÒfl
‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ÔÓÒΠÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ۂ‰ÓÏÎÂÌËfl.

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éÔˆËË Û‚Â‰ÓÏÎÂÌËÈ Ó ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËË MMS á̇˜ÓÍ àÍÓÌÍË
• èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ MMS ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ
ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË.
MMS Ì ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ
• èÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ Á‡„ÛÁËÚ¸ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ Ò WAP-
Ò‡ÈÚ‡ ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓ‡. ÑÎfl ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ̇ MMS ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ
LJ¯ÂÏ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‰ÓÎÊÂÌ ·˚Ú¸ ̇ÒÚÓÂÌ WAP. SMS ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ
SMS Ì ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ
àÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë åÂÌ˛ 5.3 SMS ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ

| ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
á‰ÂÒ¸ Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ Ë
éÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌ˚Â:
ÌÂÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl. ÑÎfl ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ı
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸, ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ ÎË • èÓÒÏÓÚ: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌÓÂ
ÓÌÓ ‡‰ÂÒ‡ÚÛ ËÎË ÌÂÚ. ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
èÓÒÏÓÚ ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl Ú‡ÍÊÂ, Í‡Í ‚ Ô‡ÔÍÂ Ò • èÂÂÒ·ڸ: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ̇Ô‡‚ËÚ¸ ÚÂÍÛ˘ÂÂ
‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÏË ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËflÏË. ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ‰Û„ËÏ ‡‰ÂÒ‡Ú‡Ï.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ ÚÂÍÛ˘Â ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
• èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚÂ
ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó· ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËflı; ĉÂÒ ÔÓÎÛ˜‡ÚÂÎfl, ÚÂχ (ÚÓθÍÓ ‰Îfl
ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl), ‰‡Ú‡ Ë ‚ÂÏfl
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl, ÚËÔ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl, ‡ÁÏÂ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.

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ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: åÓÊÌÓ Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ËÁ óÂÌÓ‚ËÍË åÂÌ˛ 5.4
Ô‡ÔÍË “éÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌ˚”.
àÒÔÓθÁÛfl ˝ÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛, ‚˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ Á‡‡Ì ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸
ÖÒÎË ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË Ì ·˚ÎÓ ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ: ‰Ó ÔflÚË ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ, ÍÓÚÓ˚ ‚˚
• èÓÒÏÓÚ: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÌÂÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌÓ ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚ ˜‡˘e ‚Ò„Ó.
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. ùÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓ͇Á‡Ú¸ ÒÔËÒÓÍ Á‡‡ÌÂÂ
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ ÚÂÍÛ˘Â ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ı ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ.
• éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. ÑÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ‚‡ˇÌÚ˚.
• èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ • èÓÒÏÓÚ: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚Â
\ ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl

ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó· ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËflı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.


• éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ‚Ò • ꉇÍÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸: ËÁÏÂÌÂÌË ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
ÌÂÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl. • 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: ÏÓÊÌÓ Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò ÌÂÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ • èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛: ‰Îfl ÔÓÒÏÓÚ‡
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl. ҂‰ÂÌËÈ Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: Û‰‡ÎflÂÚ ËÁ Ô‡ÔÍË ‚Ò ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.

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èÓÒÎÛ¯‡Ú¸ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Û˛ ÔÓ˜ÚÛ åÂÌ˛ 5.5 èË ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËË ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌÓÈ ÒÎÛÊ·˚
ÓÌÓ ÌÂÔÓÒ‰ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ ÓÚÓ·‡ÁËÚÒfl ̇ ˝Í‡Ì ËÎË Ó Â„Ó
ùÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛ Ó·ÂÒÔ˜˂‡ÂÚ ·˚ÒÚ˚È ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ Í ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚Í ·Û‰ÂÚ Ò‚Ë‰ÂÚÂθÒÚ‚Ó‚‡Ú¸ ‚ÒÔÎ˚‚‡˛˘Â ÓÍÌÓ
„ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÏÛ ÔÓ˜ÚÓ‚ÓÏÛ fl˘ËÍÛ (ÂÒÎË Ú‡Í‡fl ÛÒÎÛ„‡ Ò ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂÏ. Ç ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ÔË ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂ
Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ‚ ÒÂÚË). èÂ‰ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËÂÏ ˝ÚÓÈ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌÓÈ ÒÎÛÊ·˚ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚
ÙÛÌ͈ËË ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ ‚‚ÂÒÚË ÌÓÏÂ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓ˜Ú˚, ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÙÛÌ͈ËË.
ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌ˚È ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÓÏ ÒÂÚË.
èË ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËË ÌÓ‚Ó„Ó „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Ó„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ̇ óËÚ‡Ú¸ åÂÌ˛ 5.6.1
˝Í‡Ì ÓÚÓ·‡ÁËÚÒfl Á̇˜ÓÍ ÑÎfl Ô‡‚ËθÌÓÈ ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÎË ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌÓ ÒÎÛÊ·ÌÓÂ

| ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
̇ÒÚÓÈÍË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ Ó·‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÛ ÛÒÎÛ„ Ë ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ Ë ‚˚·‡ÎË «óËÚ‡Ú¸», ÓÌÓ ÓÚÓ·‡ÁËÚÒfl ̇
ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ ÔÓ‰Ó·Ì˚ ҂‰ÂÌËfl Ó Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÏ˚ı ËÏ ˝Í‡ÌÂ.
ÛÒÎÛ„‡ı.
ä‡Ì‡Î˚ åÂÌ˛ 5.6.2
óÚÓ·˚ ÒÓÁ‰‡Ú¸ ÌÓ‚˚ ÚÂÏ˚, ̇ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛
àÌÙÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl åÂÌ˛ 5.6
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [éä] Ë ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸
(ᇂËÒËÚ ÓÚ ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓ‡) Á‡ÔËÒ¸. ÖÒÎË ÚÂÏ˚ ÛÊ ÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚Û˛Ú, ÏÓÊÌÓ Ëı
ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌÓÈ ÒÎÛÊ·˚ – ˝ÚÓ ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ¸, ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ ËÎË Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ΂ÓÈ
ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl, ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎflÂÏ˚ ÔÓ ÒÂÚË ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÓÈ ÍÌÓÔÍË [éÔˆËË].
ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÚÂÎflÏ ÏÓ·ËθÌ˚ı ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚. éÌË
Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚Îfl˛Ú Ó·˘Û˛ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛, Ú‡ÍÛ˛ ͇Í
ÔÓ„ÌÓÁ ÔÓ„Ó‰˚, ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó Ôӷ͇ı ̇ ‰ÓÓ„‡ı,
Á‡Í‡Á Ú‡ÍÒË, ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚͇ ÎÂ͇ÒÚ‚ Ë ÍÛÒ ‡ÍˆËÈ.

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ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
ò‡·ÎÓÌ˚ åÂÌ˛ 5.7 • ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸: ÒÓÁ‰‡ÌË ÌÓ‚Ó„Ó ¯‡·ÎÓ̇.
Ç ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÒÓ‰ÂÊËÚÒfl ÒÔËÒÓÍ ¯‡·ÎÓÌÓ‚. åÓÊÌÓ • ç‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ: ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ Í‡Í ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚Ó ËÎË
ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ Ë ‰‡ÍÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ¯‡·ÎÓÌ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ, ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
‡ Ú‡ÍÊ ÒÓÁ‰‡‚‡Ú¸ ÌÓ‚˚Â. ÑÓÒÚÛÔÌÓ ‰‚‡ ÚËÔ‡ • ꉇÍÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸: ‰‡ÍÚËÓ‚‡ÌË ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó
¯‡·ÎÓÌÓ‚: ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚Â Ë ÏÛθÚËωˇ. ò‡·ÎÓÌ˚ ¯‡·ÎÓ̇.
ÏÛθÚËωËfl Ç˚ ‰ÓÎÊÌ˚ ‚‚Ó‰ËÚ¸ Ò‡ÏË. • 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ‚ÒÂı ¯‡·ÎÓÌÓ‚.
íÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚ ¯‡·ÎÓÌ˚ åÂÌ˛ 5.7.1 ò‡·ÎÓÌ ÏÛθÚËωˇ åÂÌ˛ 5.7.2
\ ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl

Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÓÔˆËË.


• èÓʇÎÛÈÒÚ‡, ÔÂÂÁ‚ÓÌËÚ ÏÌÂ
• ᇉÂÊË‚‡˛Ò¸, ·Û‰Û ‚ • èÓÒÏÓÚ: ÔÓÒÏÓÚ ‚˚·‡ÌÌ˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ.
• ɉ ‚˚ ÒÂȘ‡Ò? • 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ¯‡·ÎÓ̇.
• ìÊ ‚ ÔÛÚË. • ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸: ÒÓÁ‰‡ÌË ÌÓ‚Ó„Ó ¯‡·ÎÓ̇.
• ëÓ˜ÌÓ Ò‚flÊËÚÂÒ¸ ÒÓ ÏÌÓÈ • ç‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ: ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ͇Í
• ü Ú·fl β·Î˛ ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.
• ꉇÍÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸: ‰‡ÍÚËÓ‚‡ÌË ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó
ÑÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÙÛÌ͈ËË. ¯‡·ÎÓ̇.
• èÓÒÏÓÚ: ÔÓÒÏÓÚ ‚˚·‡ÌÌ˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ. • 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ‚ÒÂı ¯‡·ÎÓÌÓ‚.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ¯‡·ÎÓ̇.

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èÓ‰ÔËÒ¸ åÂÌ˛ 5.7.3 • éÚ˜ÂÚ Ó ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÍÂ: ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ ч ‚ ‰‡ÌÌÓÏ
ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ˝ÚÓ„Ó Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ‡ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÒÓÁ‰‡Ú¸ ÏÂÌ˛, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÁ̇ڸ, ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ Ç‡¯Â
ÒÓ·ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÛ˛ ‚ËÁËÚÍÛ. ǂ‰ËÚ ËÏfl, ÌÓÏÂ‡ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ÛÒÔ¯ÌÓ ËÎË ÌÂÚ.
ÏÓ·ËθÌÓ„Ó Ë ‡·Ó˜Â„Ó ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚, ÌÓÏÂ Ù‡ÍÒ‡ Ë • éÚ‚ÂÚËÚ¸ ˜ÂÂÁ ˝ÚÓÚ Ê ÒÂ‚ËÒÌ˚È ˆÂÌÚ: ùÚ‡
‡‰ÂÒ ˝ÎÂÍÚÓÌÌÓÈ ÔÓ˜Ú˚. ÛÒÎÛ„‡ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÔÓÎÛ˜‡ÚÂβ ÓÚ‚ÂÚËÚ¸ ̇
ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎÂÌÌÓ ‚‡ÏË ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË Á‡ ‚‡¯ Ò˜ÂÚ.
é̇ Ì Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ÏË ÒÂÚ‚˚ÏË
ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË åÂÌ˛ 5.8 ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓ‡ÏË.
SMS ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ

| ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
åÂÌ˛ 5.8.1 • SMS ˆÂÌÚ: ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ıÓÚËÚ ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎflÚ¸ ÍÓÓÚÍËÂ
• íËÔ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ: íÂÍÒÚ, ÉÓÎÓÒ, î‡ÍÒ, åÂÒÚÌ˚È ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl Ç˚ ‰ÓÎÊÌ˚ ‚‚ÂÒÚË ‡‰ÂÒ ˆÂÌÚ‡
ÔÂȉÊ., ï.400, Ö-mail, ERMES ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ.
• é·˚˜ÌÓ, ÚËÔ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌ Ì‡ MMS ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË åÂÌ˛ 5.8.2
ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚ÓÂ.
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ Á‡ÏÂÌËÚ¸ LJ¯ ÚÂÍÒÚ • èËÓËÚÂÚ: ÑÎfl ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ÏÓÊÌÓ
‡Î¸ÚÂ̇ÚË‚Ì˚ÏË ÙÓχڇÏË, ÍÓÚÓ˚ ·Û‰ÛÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÔËÓËÚÂÚ.
ÔÓ‰ıÓ‰ËÚ¸ Í ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Û, ÔËÌËχ˛˘ÂÏÛ • èÂËÓ‰ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl: чÌ̇fl ÒÂÚ‚‡fl ÛÒÎÛ„‡ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. é·‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í Ç‡¯ÂÏÛ ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÛ Ç‡Ï ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÔÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ ÒÓ͇
ÛÒÎÛ„ ÔÓ ÔÓ‚Ó‰Û Ì‡Î˘Ëfl ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËË. ı‡ÌÂÌËfl LJ¯Ëı ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ ‚
• èÂËÓ‰ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl: ùÚ‡ ÒÂÚ‚‡fl ÛÒÎÛ„‡ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ˆÂÌÚ ı‡ÌÂÌËfl ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ, ‚ Ú˜ÂÌË ÍÓÚÓÓ„Ó
Á‡‰‡Ú¸ ‚ÂÏfl ı‡ÌÂÌËfl ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ ‚ ·Û‰ÛÚ ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÚ¸Òfl ÔÓÔ˚ÚÍË ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ËÚ¸ ˝ÚË
ˆÂÌÚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ. ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.

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ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
• éÚ˜ÂÚ Ó ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÍÂ: ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ ч ‚ ‰‡ÌÌÓÏ ñÂÌÚ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓ˜Ú˚ åÂÌ˛ 5.8.3
ÏÂÌ˛, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÁ̇ڸ, ‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎÂÌÓ Ç‡¯Â åÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜‡Ú¸ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Û˛ ÔÓ˜ÚÛ ÔË ÛÒÎÓ‚ËË, ˜ÚÓ
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË ÛÒÔ¯ÌÓ ËÎË ÌÂÚ. ˝Ú‡ ÛÒÎÛ„‡ ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÓÏ ÛÒÎÛ„. èË
• Ä‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒ͇fl Á‡„ÛÁ͇: ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÇÍÎ, ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËË „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓ˜Ú˚ ̇ ˝Í‡Ì ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl
Ç˚ ·Û‰ÂÚ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ÔÓÎÛ˜‡Ú¸ Á̇˜ÓÍ. ÑÎfl Ô‡‚ËθÌÓÈ Ì‡ÒÚÓÈÍË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇
ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ӷ‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í Ò‚ÓÂÏÛ ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÛ ÛÒÎÛ„ Ë ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚÂ
Ç˚ÍÎ, Ç˚ ·Û‰ÂÚ ÔÓÎÛ˜‡Ú¸ ÚÓθÍÓ Û‚Â‰ÓÏÎÂÌËÂÏ Ó· ÔÓ‰Ó·Ì˚ ҂‰ÂÌËfl Ó Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÏÓÈ ËÏË ÛÒÎÛ„Â.
˝ÚÓÏ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËË ‚ Ô‡ÔÍÛ ÇıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ, Ë ÚÓθÍÓ ÔÓÒΠ• ÑÓχ¯Ì: çÓÏÂ, ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ˚È ‚ ‰Óχ¯ÌÂÈ ÒÂÚË
˝ÚÓ„Ó Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸ ˝ÚÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. ÖÒÎË
\ ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl

‰Îfl ÔÓÒÎۯ˂‡ÌËfl „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓ˜Ú˚.


Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ íÓθÍÓ ‰Óχ¯Ìflfl ÒÂÚ¸, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚÂ
ÔËÌËχڸ ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ÚÓθÍÓ • êÓÛÏËÌ„: çÓÏÂ, ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ˚È ‚ ‰Û„ÓÈ ÒÂÚË, ‰Îfl
‰Óχ¯ÌÂÈ ÒÂÚË. ÔÓÒÎۯ˂‡ÌËfl „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓ˜Ú˚.
• ëÂÚ‚˚ ̇ÒÚÓÈÍË: Ç‡Ï ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ ÔÓËÁ‚ÂÒÚË àÌÙÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl åÂÌ˛ 5.8.4
̇ÒÚÓÈÍÛ ÔÓÙËÎÂÈ ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌ˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ.
• èËÂÏ
ᇠÔÓ‰Ó·ÌÓÈ ËÌÙÓχˆËÂÈ Ó·‡ÚËÚÂÒ¸ Í Ç‡¯ÂÏÛ
ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÛ ÛÒÎÛ„ Ò‚flÁË. ч: ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ˝ÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛, LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ
·Û‰ÂÚ ÔËÌËχڸ ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌ˚ ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚Â
• ê‡Á¯ÂÌÌ˚ ÚËÔ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
ã˘ÌÓÂ: ã˘ÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. çÂÚ: ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ˝ÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛, LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ
êÂÍ·χ: äÓÏÏÂ˜ÂÒÍÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ. ·Óθ¯Â Ì ·Û‰ÂÚ ÔËÌËχڸ ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌ˚Â
ëÔ‡‚͇: çÂÓ·ıÓ‰Ëχfl ËÌÙÓχˆËfl. ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.

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• ë˄̇Î
ч: LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ·Û‰ÂÚ ËÁ‰‡‚‡Ú¸ Á‚ÛÍÓ‚ÓÈ Ò˄̇Î
ÔË ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËË ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌÓ„Ó ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚Ó„Ó
ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
çÂÚ: LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ì ·Û‰ÂÚ ËÁ‰‡‚‡Ú¸ Á‚ÛÍÓ‚ÓÈ
Ò˄̇Î, ÌÂÒÏÓÚfl ̇ ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌË ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌÓ„Ó
ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚Ó„Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl.
• üÁ˚ÍË

| ëÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ flÁ˚Í ÔÛÚfiÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl
[ÇÍÎ/Ç˚ÍÎ]. á‡ÚÂÏ Ç˚ ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌÓÂ
ÚÂÍÒÚÓ‚Ó ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ Ò Û͇Á‡ÌËÂÏ ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó
LJÏË flÁ˚͇.

Push ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl åÂÌ˛ 5.8.5


åÓÊÌÓ Á‡‰‡Ú¸ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ, Û͇Á˚‚‡˛˘ËÈ, ÔÓÎÛ˜‡Ú¸
‰‡ÌÌ˚ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl ËÎË ÌÂÚ.

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åÛθÚËωˇ
MP3 åÂÌ˛ 6.1 • AAC+: V1 : (ëÍÓÓÒÚ¸ ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë ‚ ·ËÚ‡ı 16-128
K·ËÚ/Ò) V2 : (ëÍÓÓÒÚ¸ ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë ‚ ·ËÚ‡ı 16-48
íÂÎÂÙÓÌ M6100 Ó·ÓÛ‰Ó‚‡Ì ‚ÒÚÓÂÌÌ˚Ï MP3- K·ËÚ/Ò) (ó‡ÒÚÓÚ‡ ‰ËÒÍÂÚËÁ‡ˆËË ÓÚ 8 ÍɈ ‰Ó 48 ÍɈ)
ÔÓË„˚‚‡ÚÂÎÂÏ. åÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÎۯ˂‡Ú¸ ÏÛÁ˚͇θÌ˚Â
Ù‡ÈÎ˚ ‚ ÙÓχÚ MP3, Á‡ÔËÒ‡ÌÌ˚ ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ • MP4, M4A: ó‡ÒÚÓÚ‡ ‰ËÒÍÂÚËÁ‡ˆËË ÓÚ 8 ÍɈ ‰Ó 48
ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇, ËÒÔÓθÁÛfl ÒÓ‚ÏÂÒÚËÏÛ˛ „‡ÌËÚÛÛ ËÎË ÍɈ, ÒÍÓÓÒÚ¸ ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı ‚ ·ËÚ‡ı 320 ä·ËÚ/Ò,
‚ÒÚÓÂÌÌ˚È ‰Ë̇ÏËÍ. ÒÚÂÂÓ.
• WMA: ó‡ÒÚÓÚ‡ ‰ËÒÍÂÚËÁ‡ˆËË ÓÚ 8 ÍɈ ‰Ó 48 ÍɈ,
èËϘ‡ÌË ÒÍÓÓÒÚ¸ ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı ‚ ·ËÚ‡ı 320 ä·ËÚ/Ò, ÒÚÂÂÓ.
àÁ-Á‡ Ì·Óθ¯Ëı ‡ÁÏÂÓ‚ ‰Ë̇ÏË͇ ‚ ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ı
\ åÛθÚËωˇ

ÒÎÛ˜‡flı, ÓÒÓ·ÂÌÌÓ ÔË „ÓÏÍÓÏ ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËË èËϘ‡ÌËÂ


ÌËÁÍÓ˜‡ÒÚÓÚÌ˚ı Á‡ÔËÒÂÈ, Á‚ÛÍ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÒ͇ʇڸÒfl. íÂÎÂÙÓÌ M6100 Ì ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚ ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËÂ
èÓ˝ÚÓÏÛ ‰Îfl ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËfl ‚˚ÒÓÍÓ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓÈ ÏÛÁ˚͇θÌ˚ı Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚ Ò ÔÂÂÏÂÌÌÓÈ ÒÍÓÓÒÚ¸˛
ÏÛÁ˚ÍË ÂÍÓÏẨÛÂÚÒfl ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı ‚ ·ËÚ‡ı. èÓ˝ÚÓÏÛ ÔÂÓ·‡ÁÓ‚‡Ú¸
ÒÚÂÂÓ̇ۯÌË͇ÏË. Ù‡ÈÎ MP3 Ò ÔÂÂÏÂÌÌÓÈ ÒÍÓÓÒÚ¸˛ ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë
·ËÚÓ‚ ‚ Ù‡ÈÎ AAC Ì‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ.
èÓË„˚‚‡ÚÂθ ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÙÓχÚ˚:
• MPEG-1 Layer III, MPEG-2 Layer III, MPEG-2.5 Layer Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸ åê3 Ë ÏÛÁ˚͇θÌ˚ هÈÎ˚
III: ˜‡ÒÚÓÚ‡ ‰ËÒÍÂÚËÁ‡ˆËË ÓÚ 8 ÍɈ ‰Ó 48 ÍɈ. ‰Û„Ëı ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÏ˚ı ÙÓχÚÓ‚ (ÍÓÏ Midi, MMF
ëÍÓÓÒÚ¸ ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë ‚ ·ËÚ‡ı ‰Ó 320 K·ËÚ/Ò ÒÚÂÂÓ. Ë AMR) Ò ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ‡ ÌÂÔÓÒ‰ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ ‚ Ô‡ÔÍÛ åÛÁ˚͇
(Music), ÔË ˝ÚÓÏ Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ·Û‰ÂÚ ÓÔ‰ÂÎflÚ¸Òfl
• AAC: îÓχÚ˚ ADIF, ADTS (˜‡ÒÚÓÚ‡ ‰ËÒÍÂÚËÁ‡ˆËË
ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÓÏ Í‡Í Ó·˚˜Ì‡fl Ò˙fiÏ̇fl Ùν¯-Ô‡ÏflÚ¸.
ÓÚ 8 ÍɈ ‰Ó 48 ÍɈ)

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äÓ„‰‡ Ç˚ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜‡ÂÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Í ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÛ ˜ÂÂÁ MP3 ÔÎÂÂ åÂÌ˛ 6.1.1
USB-͇·Âθ (ÔÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ‚ ÍÓÏÔÎÂÍÚÂ Ò ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓÏ), 1. éÚÍÓÈÚ ÏÂÌ˛ “MP3", Á‡ÚÂÏ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÔÛÌÍÚ “MP3
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ Ô‡ÔÍË ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÔÎÂÂ”.
˜ÂÂÁ ÓÍÌÓ Ó·˚˜ÌÓ„Ó ÔÓ‚Ó‰ÌË͇. èÓÒΠÁ‡‚Â¯ÂÌËfl
ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡ÌËfl Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚ ‚Ó Ùν¯-Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÔÂ‰ 2. ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ <
Â„Ó ÓÚÍβ˜ÂÌËÂÏ ÓÚ ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ‡ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ [éÔˆËË], ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÓÚÍ˚Ú¸ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÏÂÌ˛.
ÍÓÂÍÚÌÓ Á‡‚Â¯ËÚ¸ ‡·ÓÚÛ Í‡Í Ò ‚̯ÌËÏ Ò˙ÂÏÌ˚Ï • èÎÂÈÎËÒÚ: ÓÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ÒÔËÒ͇ ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËfl
̇ÍÓÔËÚÂÎÂÏ Ò‰ÒÚ‚‡ÏË ÓÔÂ‡ˆËÓÌÌÓÈ ÒËÒÚÂÏ˚. ÖÒÎË ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl ÔÓÒÎۯ˂‡ÌËfl ÏÛÁ˚ÍË.
ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚÒfl ÓÔÂ‡ˆËÓÌ̇fl ÒËÒÚÂχ Win98 SE, • èÓ‚ÚÓ ‚˚‰ÂÎÂÌÌÓ„Ó: ‚ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â ‡ÍÚË‚‡ˆËË ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ‰‡È‚Â Á‡ÔÓÏË̇˛˘Â„Ó ÙÛÌ͈ËË ·Û‰ÂÚ ÔÓË„˚‚‡Ú¸Òfl ‚˚‰ÂÎÂÌÌ˚È Ç‡ÏË

| åÛθÚËωˇ
ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡ ‰Îfl Windows 98 Ò ÍÓÏÔ‡ÍÚ-‰ËÒ͇. Ù‡„ÏÂÌÚ Ù‡È·.
• ä‡Í Á‚ÓÌÓÍ: ‚ ˝ÚÓÏ ÏÂÌ˛ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸
èËϘ‡ÌË هÈÎ MP3 ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â ÏÂÎÓ‰ËË Á‚ÓÌ͇. åÓÊÌÓ
• î‡ÈÎ˚ MP3 ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ‡ Ô‡ÔÍÛ My Ú‡ÍÊ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ Â„Ó Í‡Í ÏÂÎӉ˲ Á‚ÓÌ͇ ‚
media\Music. èË ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡ÌËË Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚ MP3 ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ “èÓÙËθ”.
‰Û„Û˛ Ô‡ÔÍÛ Ëı ·Û‰ÂÚ Ì‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ Ó·Ì‡ÛÊËÚ¸. • ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË
• ç‡ èä ‰ÓÎÊ̇ ·˚Ú¸ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂ̇ ÓÔÂ‡ˆËÓÌ̇fl - ùÍ‚‡Î‡ÈÁÂ: ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ˝ÚÓ„Ó ÏÂÌ˛
ÒËÒÚÂχ Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ ‡Á΢Ì˚ı ÂÊËÏÓ‚
2000 ËÎË Windows XP. ÔÓÒÎۯ˂‡ÌËfl ÏÛÁ˚ÍË. чÌÌ˚È ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ
ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚ ÔflÚ¸ Ô‰‚‡ËÚÂθÌÓ
ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ı Á̇˜ÂÌËÈ ˝Í‚‡Î‡ÈÁÂ‡.
èË ‚ıӉ ‚ ˝ÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡˛ÚÒfl ÚÂÍÛ˘ËÂ
̇ÒÚÓÈÍË ˝Í‚‡Î‡ÈÁÂ‡.

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- êÂÊËÏ ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËfl: Ç ˝ÚÓÏ ÏÂÌ˛ ÏÓÊÌÓ
ÏÛÁ˚ÍË. Ç ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ı ÒÚ‡Ì‡ı ˜‡ÒÚÌÓ ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡ÌËÂ
ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÂÊËÏ ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËfl.
χÚÂˇ·, Á‡˘Ë˘ÂÌÌÓ„Ó ‡‚ÚÓÒÍËÏ Ô‡‚ÓÏ,
- ëÎÛ˜‡ÈÌ˚È ‚˚·Ó: ëÎÛ˜‡ÈÌ˚È ÔÓfl‰ÓÍ Á‡Ô¢‡ÂÚÒfl Ù‰Â‡Î¸Ì˚Ï Á‡ÍÓÌÓ‰‡ÚÂθÒÚ‚ÓÏ.
‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËfl ‚ÒÂı ÏÛÁ˚͇θÌ˚ı Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚ MP3. èÂ‰ Á‡„ÛÁÍÓÈ ËÎË ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡ÌËÂÏ Ù‡È·
- ÇËÁۇθÌ˚ ˝ÙÙÂÍÚ˚: ùÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÔÓ‚Â¸ÚÂ, ˜ÚÓ „Ó‚ÓËÚÒfl ‚ Ù‰Â‡Î¸ÌÓÏ
ËÁÏÂÌflÚ¸ ÙÓÌ Üä-‰ËÒÔÎÂfl ÔË ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËË Á‡ÍÓÌÓ‰‡ÚÂθÒÚ‚Â ÒÚ‡Ì˚ ÔÓ ÔÓ‚Ó‰Û ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl
Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚ MP3. Ú‡ÍÓ„Ó Ï‡ÚÂˇ·.

èÎÂÈÎËÒÚ åÂÌ˛ 6.1.2


ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË åÂÌ˛ 6.1.3
Ç ˝ÚÓÏ ÏÂÌ˛ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ‚ÂÒ¸ ÒÔËÒÓÍ
\ åÛθÚËωˇ

‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËfl. Ç ˝ÚÓÏ ÏÂÌ˛ ÏÓÊÌÓ Ì‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘ËÂ


Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ˚: “ùÍ‚‡Î‡ÈÁÂ", “êÂÊËÏ
äÓÏ ÚÓ„Ó, Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ‡ ÏÂÌ˛ ÏÓÊÌÓ
‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËfl", “ëÎÛ˜‡ÈÌ˚È ‚˚·Ó” Ë
Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ Ù‡ÈÎ ËÎË ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ҂‰ÂÌËfl Ó· ˝ÚÓÏ
“ÇËÁۇθÌ˚ ˝ÙÙÂÍÚ˚”.
Ù‡ÈÎÂ.

èËϘ‡ÌË îÓÚÓ„‡ÙËÓ‚‡Ú¸ åÂÌ˛ 6.2


Ä‚ÚÓÒÍË Ô‡‚‡ ̇ ÏÛÁ˚͇θÌ˚ هÈÎ˚ ÏÓ„ÛÚ ùÚÓ ÔËÎÓÊÂÌË ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ‰Â·ڸ ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË.
·˚Ú¸ Á‡˘Ë˘ÂÌ˚ ÏÂʉÛ̇Ó‰Ì˚Ï ‰Ó„Ó‚ÓÓÏ ËÎË
åÓÊÌÓ Á‡‰‡‚‡Ú¸ ‡ÁÏÂ ÒÌËχÂÏ˚ı ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÈ Ë
Ù‰Â‡Î¸Ì˚Ï Á‡ÍÓÌÓ‰‡ÚÂθÒÚ‚ÓÏ Ó· ‡‚ÚÓÒÍÓÏ
Ô‡‚Â. èÓ˝ÚÓÏÛ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÚ·ӂ‡Ú¸Òfl ‡Á¯ÂÌË ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ Ëı ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËÈ ‚ ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ‡ı,
ËÎË ÎˈÂÌÁËfl ̇ ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌË ËÎË ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡ÌË ÙÓÌÓ‚˚ı ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÈ ËÎË ‚ ‰Û„Ëı ˆÂÎflı. èÓÒÎÂ
ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl Â„Ó ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ͇Í
ÏÛθÚËωËÈÌÓ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÂ.

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ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [éÔˆËË], á‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ ‚ˉÂÓ åÂÌ˛ 6.3
˜ÚÓ·˚ ÓÚÓ·‡ÁËÚ¸ ‚ÒÔÎ˚‚‡˛˘Â ÏÂÌ˛.
ùÚÓ ÔËÎÓÊÂÌË ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÒÌËχڸ ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔ˚.
• üÍÓÒÚ¸: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ flÍÓÒÚË.
ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [éÔˆËË],
• ê‡ÁÏÂ: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ ‡ÁÏÂ‡ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl. ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÓÚÓ·‡ÁËÚ¸ ‚ÒÔÎ˚‚‡˛˘Â ÏÂÌ˛.
• í‡ÈÏÂ: ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ‚ÂÏÂÌË Á‡‰ÂÊÍË. • üÍÓÒÚ¸: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ flÍÓÒÚË.
• 䇘ÂÒÚ‚Ó: ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚‡ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl. • ê‡ÁÏÂ: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ ‡ÁÏÂ‡ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl.
• Ň·ÌÒ ·ÂÎÓ„Ó: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚÓ‚ ‚ • í‡ÈÏÂ ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ‚ÂÏÂÌË Á‡‰ÂÊÍË.
ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚ËË Ò ÓÍÛʇ˛˘ÂÈ Ò‰ÓÈ.
• 䇘ÂÒÚ‚Ó: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚‡ ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔ‡.

| åÛθÚËωˇ
• Äθ·ÓÏ: ÔÓÒÏÓÚ ÒÌflÚ˚ı ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÈ.
• Ň·ÌÒ ·ÂÎÓ„Ó: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚÓ‚ ‚
• Ç˚ıÓ‰: ‚˚ıÓ‰ ËÁ ÂÊËχ ͇ÏÂ˚. ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚ËË Ò ÓÍÛʇ˛˘ÂÈ Ò‰ÓÈ.
• êÂÊËÏ: ‚˚·Ó ÂÊËχ Ò˙ÂÏÍË Ó‰ÌÓÈ ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË • ÇÂÏfl Á‡ÔËÒË: ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ‚ÂÏÂÌË Á‡ÔËÒË.
ËÎË ÒÂËË ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËÈ.
• Äθ·ÓÏ: ÔÓÒÏÓÚ Á‡ÔËÒ‡ÌÌ˚ı ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔÓ‚.
• ùÙÙÂÍÚ: ÒÔˆ˝ÙÙÂÍÚ˚, ÍÓÚÓ˚ ÔËÏÂÌfl˛ÚÒfl ‰Îfl
ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÈ. • Ç˚ıÓ‰: ‚˚ıÓ‰ ËÁ ÂÊËχ ‚ˉÂÓ͇ÏÂ˚.
• ÇÒÔ˚¯Í‡: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ ‚ÒÔ˚¯ÍË. • ùÙÙÂÍÚ: ÒÔˆ˝ÙÙÂÍÚ˚, ÍÓÚÓ˚ ÔËÏÂÌfl˛ÚÒfl ‰Îfl
‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔÓ‚.
• ì‚Â΢ÂÌËÂ: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ Û‚Â΢ÂÌËfl.
• ÇÒÔ˚¯Í‡: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ ‚ÒÔ˚¯ÍË.
èËϘ‡ÌË • ì‚Â΢ÂÌËÂ: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ Û‚Â΢ÂÌËfl.
ë˙ÂÏ͇ ‚ ‡ÏÍ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ̇ ÚÓθÍÓ ÔË ‡Á¯ÂÌËË
128x160 ÔËÍÒÂÎ.

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• ë·ȉ ¯ÓÛ: ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍËÈ ÔÓÒÏÓÚ
èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÈ ‚ ‚ˉ Ò·ȉ-¯ÓÛ.
• ÖÒÎË ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ÌËÁÍËÈ Á‡fl‰ ·‡Ú‡ÂË,
‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ, Ì ۉ‡ÒÚÒfl ‚ÓÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl • 쉇ÎËÚ¸: ‚˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÂ.
ÙÛÌ͈ËflÏË Í‡ÏÂ˚ ËÎË ÏÛθÚËωˇ. • ê‰. Á‡„ÓÎÓ‚ÓÍ: ‚˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‰‡ÍÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸
• èË ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËË ÙÛÌ͈ËË ÏÛθÚËωˇ Á‡„ÓÎÓ‚ÓÍ ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË.
ÒÓÒÚÓflÌË ·‡Ú‡ÂË ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÁÏÂÌflÚ¸Òfl. • èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸
ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó Ì‡Á‚‡ÌËË, ‡ÁÏÂÂ, ‰‡ÚÂ Ë ‚ÂÏÂÌË
Ò˙ÂÏÍË.
åÓË ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË åÂÌ˛ 6.4
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åÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ Ë ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎflÚ¸ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl.


äÓÏ ÚÓ„Ó, ÏÓÊÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ‚ åÓ ‚ˉÂÓ åÂÌ˛ 6.5
͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â Ó·Ó‚. åÓÊÌÓ ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚Ó‰ËÚ¸ Ë ÓÚÔ‡‚ÎflÚ¸ ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔ˚.
éÔˆËË éÔˆËË
• îÓÚÓfl‰: ‚˚ Ó‰ÌÓ‚ÂÏÂÌÌÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ • à„‡Ú¸: ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌË ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔ‡
9 ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÈ Ì‡ ˝Í‡ÌÂ. • éÚÔ‡‚͇ ˜ÂÂÁ Bluetooth: ÓÚÔ‡‚͇ ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔÓ‚
• éÚÔ‡‚͇ ˜ÂÂÁ Bluetooth: ÓÚÔ‡‚͇ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl ˜ÂÂÁ Bluetooth.
˜ÂÂÁ Bluetooth. • èÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸: ËÁÏÂÌÂÌË ̇Á‚‡ÌËfl ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔ‡.
• ç‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ MMS: ÓÚÔ‡‚͇ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ • 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔ‡.
MMS. ê‡ÁÏÂ ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË Ì ‰ÓÎÊÂÌ Ô‚˚¯‡Ú¸
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ‚ÒÂı ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔÓ‚.
100 kb.
• ëÔ‡‚͇: ÔÓÒÏÓÚ ҂‰ÂÌËÈ Ó ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔÂ.
• ä‡Í Ó·ÓË: ÔËÏÂÌËÚ¸ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â Ó·Ó‚.

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ÑËÍÚÓÙÓÌ åÂÌ˛ 6.6 ÒËÌıÓÌËÁ‡Ó‚‡ÌÌ˚ı Ò ÌÂÈ ÒÎÓ‚ ÔÂÒÌË. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚÂ
Á‡„Ûʇڸ ÔÂÒÌË ËÒÔÓθÁÛfl WAP.
îÛÌ͈Ëfl Á‡ÔËÒË „ÓÎÓÒ‡ ‰‡fiÚ Ç‡Ï ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓÒÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸
Ì ·ÓΠ‰ÂÒflÚË „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ, ͇ʉÓ ËÁ ÇÍβ˜ÂÌË ÂÊËχ ä‡‡ÓÍÂ
ÍÓÚÓ˚ı ÏÓÊÂÚ ‰ÎËÚ¸Òfl Ì ‰Óθ¯Â 15-ÚË ÒÂÍÛ̉. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ä‡‡ÓÍÂ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛
Í·‚Ë¯Û <. ÑÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÓÔˆËË:
á‡ÔËÒ¸ åÂÌ˛ 6.6.1
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÒÓı‡ÌËÚ¸ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Û˛ Á‡ÔËÒ¸ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ. åÓË ÔÂÒÌË
1. èÓÒΠ̇˜‡Î‡ Á‡ÔËÒË ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡˛ÚÒfl ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌË 1. ÑÎfl ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡ Í ÒÔËÒÍÛ Ô‰ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ı Ë
“á‡ÔËÒ¸” Ë Ò˜ÂÚ˜ËÍ ÓÒÚ‡‚¯Â„ÓÒfl ‚ÂÏÂÌË. Á‡„ÛÊÂÌÌ˚ı ÔÂÒÂÌ ‚˚·ÂËÚ åÓË ÔÂÒÌË Ë

| åÛθÚËωˇ
̇ÊÏËÚ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ éä.
2. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ıÓÚËÚ ÔÂÍ‡ÚËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸, ̇ÊÏËÚ <
[ëÓı‡Ì.]. 2. Ç˚·ÂËÚ Ê·ÂÏÛ˛ ÔÂÒÌ˛ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ éä.
3. ǂ‰ËÚ ̇Á‚‡ÌË Á‡ÔËÒ‡ÌÌÓ„Ó „ÓÎÓÒ‡, ÔÓÒΠ˜Â„Ó ì Ç‡Ò ÔÓfl‚flÚÒfl ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓÒÚË
̇ÊÏËÚ < [OK]. • 燘‡ÎÓ: ÇÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌË ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓÈ ÍÓÏÔÓÁˈËË.
èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÒÔËÒÓÍ åÂÌ˛ 6.6.2 ä·‚˯‡ éÔËÒ‡ÌËÂ
íÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÔÓ͇ÊÂÚ ÒÔËÒÓÍ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚˚ı ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËÈ. Ç˚ O èÓË„‡Ú¸ ÍÓÏÔÓÁËˆË˛ (4)
ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒÎÛ¯‡Ú¸, ËÎË Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸ Ù‡ÈÎ Ò Á‡ÔËÒ‡ÌÌ˚Ï L èÂÂÈÚË Í Ô‰˚‰Û˘ÂÈ ÍÓÏÔÓÁˈËË (7)
„ÓÎÓÒÓÏ.
R èÂÂÈÚË Í ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘ÂÈ ÍÓÏÔÓÁˈËË (8)
U è‡ÛÁ‡ (;)
ä‡‡ÓÍ åÂÌ˛ 6.7
D ëÚÓÔ (<)
LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ó·Î‡‰‡ÂÚ ÙÛÌ͈ËÂÈ ä‡‡ÓÍÂ. îÛÌ͈Ëfl
[ ç‡ÒÚÓÈ͇ „ÓÏÍÓÒÚË (6)
ä‡‡ÓÍ Ô‰ÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÚ ÒÓ·ÓÈ ÏÛÁ˚ÍÛ Ë ÓÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÂ

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• íÂÍÒÚ: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÒÎÓ‚‡ ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓÈ àÌÙÓχˆËfl
ÔÂÒÌË. ëÓ‰ÂÊËÚ Í‡ÚÍÓ ÓÔËÒ‡ÌË ÙÛÌ͈ËË ä‡‡ÓÍÂ.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۉ‡ÎËÚ¸ ‰‡ÌÌÛ˛ ÍÓÏÔÓÁËˆË˛.
• ç‡Á‡‰ Í ÒÔËÒÍÛ: ÇÓÁ‚‡Ú Í ÒÔËÒÍÛ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ı BÌËÏaÌËÂ
ÍÓÏÔÓÁˈËÈ. C‚e‰eÌËfl o· ËcÔoθÁo‚aÌËË ÏÂÌ˛ ä‡‡ÓÍÂ
cÏoÚpËÚe Ìa ‚e·-caÈÚe Wow LG
çÓ‚‡fl ÔÂÒÌfl http://www.wowlg.com
Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ çÓ‚‡fl ÔÂÒÌfl ̇ʇÚËÂÏ ÍÌÓÔÍË
éä. çÓ‚‡fl ÔÂÒÌfl ÏÓÊÂÚ ·˚Ú¸ Á‡„ÛÊÂ̇ ÔÛÚÂÏ
ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË åÂÌ˛ 6.8
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ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl ÒÂÚÂ‚Ó„Ó ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl.


ä‡ÏÂ‡ åÂÌ˛ 6.8.1
BÌËÏaÌËÂ
• Ä‚ÚÓÒÓı‡ÌÂÌËÂ: èË Á̇˜ÂÌËË “ÇÍÎ.” ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl
ÑÎfl ÚÓ„Ó, ˜ÚÓ ·˚ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ çÓ‚‡fl
ÒÓı‡Ìfl˛ÚÒfl ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ·ÂÁ ÓÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl
ÔÂÒÌfl Ç‡Ï ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ ÔÓËÁ‚ÂÒÚË ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍÛ
àÌÚÂÌÂÚ ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl. ÑÎfl ˝ÚÓ„Ó ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ ᇄÛÁÍË ÒÚÓÍË ÏÂÌ˛ ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌËfl.
‚˚·ÂËÚ à„˚ Ë ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËfl, Á‡ÚÂÏ èÓÙËÎË. • 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ‚ÒÂı
Ç˚·‡‚ Ó‰ËÌ ËÁ ÔÓÙËÎÂÈ, ÔÂÂȉËÚÂ Í Â„Ó ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËÈ ÔÓÒΠÔÓ‰Ú‚ÂʉÂÌËfl.
̇ÒÚÓÈÍ‡Ï Ë ‚‚‰ËÚ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ˚ ‰Îfl àÌÚÂÌÂÚ
ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ˚. àÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó àÌÚÂÌÂÚ ÇˉÂÓ͇ÏÂ‡ åÂÌ˛ 6.8.2
ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËË Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÁ̇ڸ Ò‚flÁ‡‚¯ËÒ¸ Ò
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò ‚ˉÂÓ: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË ‚ÒÂı ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔÓ‚.
LJ¯ËÏ ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÓÏ ÛÒÎÛ„ ÏÓ·ËθÌÓÈ Ò‚flÁË.
èÓÒΠÁ‡‚Â¯ÂÌËfl ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍË ‡ÍÚË‚ËÛÈÚÂ
ÔÓÙËθ.

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Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÓÔˆËË Ë íÂÎÂÙÓÌ åÂÌ˛ 7.2
Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ˚ ‰Îfl LJ¯Â„Ó Û‰Ó·ÒÚ‚‡ Ë ÔÓ Ç‡¯ÂÏÛ
ÛÒÏÓÚÂÌ˲. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ̇ÒÚÓËÚ¸ ÙÛÌ͈ËË, ÓÚÌÓÒfl˘ËÂÒfl Í
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÛ.
1. ç‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [åÂÌ˛] ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl.
2. ç‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û 7 ‰Îfl ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ÔflÏÓ„Ó ÑËÒÔÎÂÈ åÂÌ˛ 7.2.1
‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡ ‰Îfl ‚ıÓ‰‡ ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË. • é·ÓË: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ÙÓÌ ˝Í‡Ì‡.
èÓ ÛÏÓΘ‡Ì˲
чڇ Ë ÇÂÏfl åÂÌ˛ 7.1 Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ͇ÚËÌÍÛ Ì‡ ‰ËÒÔΠÔÛÚfiÏ
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ̇ÒÚÓËÚ¸ ÙÛÌ͈ËË, ÓÚÌÓÒfl˘ËÂÒfl Í ‰‡ÚÂ Ë Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl L ËÎË R.

| ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË
‚ÂÏÂÌË. åÓfl Ô‡Ô͇
ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚. ‰‡ÚÛ åÂÌ˛ 7.1.1 Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ͇ÚËÌÍÛ ËÎË ‡ÌËχˆË˛ ‰Îfl
‰ËÒÔÎÂfl, ËÁ Ô‡ÔÍË åÓfl Ô‡Ô͇.
• ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚. ‰‡ÚÛ: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚‚ÂÒÚË ÚÂÍÛ˘Û˛ ‰‡ÚÛ.
• èË‚ÂÚÒÚ‚ËÂ: ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÇÍÎ, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚÂ
• îÓÏ‡Ú ‰‡Ú˚: åÓÊÌÓ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ÙÓÏ‡Ú ‰‡Ú˚:
ËÁÏÂÌflÚ¸ ÚÂÍÒÚ, ÍÓÚÓ˚È ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ̇ ‰ËÒÔÎÂÂ.
ÑÑ/åå/ÉÉÉÉ, åå/ÑÑ/ÉÉÉÉ, ÉÉÉÉ/åå/ÑÑ. (Ñ: ÑÂ̸ /
å: åÂÒflˆ / É: ÉÓ‰) • èÓ‰Ò‚ÂÚ͇: ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ‚ÂÏÂÌË, ‚ Ú˜ÂÌË ÍÓÚÓÓ„Ó
‡·ÓÚ‡ÂÚ ÔÓ‰Ò‚ÂÚ͇ ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl.
ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚. ‚ÂÏfl åÂÌ˛ 7.1.2 • àÏfl ÒÂÚË: èË ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚Í ÇÍÎ ÒÂÚ‚Ó ËÏfl
• ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚. ‚ÂÏfl: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚‚ÂÒÚË ÚÂÍÛ˘Â ‚ÂÏfl. (̇Á‚‡ÌË ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘Ë͇ ÛÒÎÛ„) ·Û‰ÂÚ ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡Ú¸Òfl
• îÓÏ‡Ú ‚ÂÏÂÌË: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ÏÂÊ‰Û 24- ̇ Üä-‰ËÒÔÎÂÂ.
˜‡ÒÓ‚˚Ï Ë 12-˜‡ÒÓ‚˚Ï ÙÓχÚÓÏ ‚ÂÏÂÌË.

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íÂχ åÂÌ˛ 7.2.2 • ÇÒ „ÓÎÓÒ. ‚˚ÁÓ‚˚
ùÚÓÚ ÔÛÌÍÚ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ Ó‰ÌÛ ËÁ èÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËfl ‚ÒÂı ·ÂÁ ËÒÍβ˜ÂÌËfl „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚˚ı
Ô‰‚‡ËÚÂθÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ı ÚÂÏ. ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚.
• äÓ„‰‡ Á‡ÌflÚÓ
üÁ˚Í åÂÌ˛ 7.2.3
èÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËfl ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ ÂÒÎË ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Á‡ÌflÚ.
åÓÊÌÓ ÏÂÌflÚ¸ flÁ˚Í ÚÂÍÒÚ‡ ̇ ‰ËÒÔΠÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. ùÚË
ËÁÏÂÌÂÌËfl Ú‡ÍÊ ‚ÎËfl˛Ú ̇ flÁ˚Í ‚‚Ó‰‡. • ÖÒÎË ÌÂÚ ÓÚ‚ÂÚ‡
èÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËfl „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚˚ı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ ‚ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â,ÂÒÎË
Ç˚ Ì Óڂ˜‡ÂÚÂ.
Ç˚ÁÓ‚˚ åÂÌ˛ 7.3
• ÖÒÎË Ì‰ÓÒÚÛÔÂÌ
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÓÔˆËË, ÓÚÌÓÒfl˘ËÂÒfl Í ‚˚ÁÓ‚Û,
\ ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË

èÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËfl „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚˚ı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚, ÂÒÎË ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ


ÔÛÚÂÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [OK] ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌ ËÎË Ì‡ıÓ‰ËÚÒfl ‚Ì ÁÓÌ˚ ‰ÂÈÒÚ‚Ëfl ÒÂÚË.
ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË.
• ÇÒ ‚˚Á. ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı
èÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËfl åÂÌ˛ 7.3.1 èÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËfl ̇ ÌÓÏÂ, ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌÌ˚È Í
ìÒÎÛ„‡ ÔÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ÔÂÒÓ̇θÌÓÏÛ ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÛ.
ÔÂ‡‰ÂÒÓ‚˚‚‡Ú¸ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ë „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚˚ ‚˚ÁÓ‚˚, • ÇÒ هÍÒ. ‚˚Á.
Ù‡ÍÒËÏËθÌ˚ ‚˚ÁÓ‚˚, ‡ Ú‡ÍÊe ËÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌ˚ èÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËfl ̇ ÌÓÏÂ, ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌÌ˚È Í
‚˚ÁÓ‚˚ ̇ ‰Û„ÓÈ ÌÓÏÂ. ÑÎfl ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ·ÓΠهÍÒËÏËθÌÓÏÛ ‡ÔÔ‡‡ÚÛ.
ÔÓÎÌÓÈ ËÌÙÓχˆËË Ó·‡˘‡ÈÚÂÒ¸ Í Ç‡¯ÂÏÛ
ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÛ ÛÒÎÛ„ ÏÓ·ËθÌÓÈ Ò‚flÁË. • ÇÒ ÓÚÏÂÌËÚ¸
éÚÏÂÌflÂÚ ‚Ò ÔÂÂ̇Ô‡‚ÎÂÌËfl ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚.

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èÓ‰ÏÂÌ˛ êÂÊËÏ ÓÚ‚ÂÚ‡ åÂÌ˛ 7.3.2
åÂÌ˛ èÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËfl ËÏÂÂÚ ÔÓ‰ÏÂÌ˛, ÍÓÚÓ˚ • éÚÍ˚ÚË Ò·ȉ‡
Û͇Á‡Ì˚ ÌËÊÂ. ÖÒÎË ‚˚·‡Ì ˝ÚÓÚ ÔÛÌÍÚ ÏÂÌ˛, ‰Îfl ÓÚ‚ÂÚ‡ ̇
• ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒÚÓ ÓÚÍ˚Ú¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ.
ÄÍÚË‚ËÛÂÚ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Û˛ ÛÒÎÛ„Û. • ã˛·ÓÈ Í·‚˯ÂÈ
ç‡ „ÓÎÓÒÓ‚Û˛ ÔÓ˜ÚÛ ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ ‰‡ÌÌÓ ÏÂÌ˛, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚÂ
Ç‚Ó‰ ÌÓÏÂ‡ ‰Îfl ÔÂ‡‰ÂÒ‡ˆËË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ̇ ÌÓÏÂ ÔËÌËχڸ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚ ÔÛÚÂÏ Ì‡Ê‡ÚËfl ̇
„ÓÎÓÒÓ‚ÓÈ ÔÓ˜Ú˚. β·Û˛ Í·‚˯Û, Á‡ ËÒÍβ˜ÂÌËÂÏ Í·‚Ë¯Ë E
[éÍÓ̘‡ÌËÂ].
ç‡ ‰Û„ÓÈ ÌÓÏÂ

| ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË
• íÓθÍÓ Í·‚˯ÂÈ “éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸”
ì͇ÊËÚ ÌÓÏÂ, ̇ ÍÓÚÓ˚È ·Û‰ÂÚ ÔÂ‡‰ÂÒÓ‚‡Ì
ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ˝ÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛, ÚÓ Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚÂ
‚˚ÁÓ‚.
ÔËÌËχڸ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ë Á‚ÓÌÍË ÔÓÒÚ˚Ï Ì‡Ê‡ÚËÂÏ Ì‡
ç‡ ËÁ·‡ÌÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ Í·‚Ë¯Û S [éÚÔ‡‚͇].
Ç˚‚Ó‰ËÚ ÒÔËÒÓÍ ËÁ·‡ÌÌ˚ı ÌÓÏÂÓ‚.
èÓÒ˚·ڸ Ò‚ÓÈ ÌÓÏÂ åÂÌ˛ 7.3.3
• éÚÏÂ̇ (Á‡‚ËÒËÚ ÓÚ ÒÂÚË Ë Ô‰ÓÒÚ‡‚ÎflÂÏ˚ı ÛÒÎÛ„)
éÚÍβ˜‡ÂÚ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Û˛ ÛÒÎÛ„Û. • ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÓ ÒÂÚ¸˛
• èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÒÚ‡ÚÛÒ ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ˝ÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒ·ڸ
èÓ‚Â͇ ÒÚ‡ÚÛÒ‡ ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘ÂÈ ÛÒÎÛ„Ë. LJ¯ ÌÓÏÂ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‚ Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ Ì‡ÒÚÓÂÍ
ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓ‡.

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ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË
• ÇÍÎ • èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÒÚ‡ÚÛÒ
ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ ‰‡ÌÌÓ ÏÂÌ˛, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ èÓ͇Á˚‚‡ÂÚ ÒÚ‡ÚÛÒ ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ ÛÒÎÛ„Ë.
ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ ‰Û„ÓÏÛ ÎˈÛ.
ÑÛ„ËÏË ÒÎÓ‚‡ÏË, LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ áÛÏÏÂ åÂÌ˛ 7.3.5
ÔÓfl‚ËÚÒfl ̇ ˝Í‡Ì ‰ËÒÔÎÂfl ÔËÌËχ˛˘Â„Ó ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ ÇÍÎ, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓ‚ÂflÚ¸
ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. ÔÓ‰ÓÎÊËÚÂθÌÓÒÚ¸ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ÔÓ Á‚ÛÍÓ‚ÓÏÛ Ò˄̇ÎÛ,
• Ç˚ÍÎ ÍÓÚÓ˚È ·Û‰ÂÚ ‡Á‰‡‚‡Ú¸Òfl Í‡Ê‰Û˛ ÏËÌÛÚÛ ‚ ıÓ‰Â
ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ ‰‡ÌÌÓ ÏÂÌ˛, Ç˚ Ì ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡.
ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌ˚È ÌÓÏÂ.
Ä‚ÚÓ‰ÓÁ‚ÓÌ åÂÌ˛ 7.3.6
éÊˉ‡ÌË ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ åÂÌ˛ 7.3.4 • ÇÍÎ
\ ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË

(Á‡‚ËÒËÚ ÓÚ ÒÂÚË) ÖÒÎË ‰‡Ì̇fl ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ì‡, ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ·Û‰ÂÚ


• ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË Ô˚Ú‡Ú¸Òfl ̇·‡Ú¸ ÌÓÏÂ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‚
ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÇÍβ˜ÂÌÓ, Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ÔËÌflÚ¸ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â Ì‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓÒÚË ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌË ‚
Á‚ÓÌÓÍ, ̇ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈÒfl ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl. ̇ÒÚÓfl˘ËÈ ÏÓÏÂÌÚ.

• éÚÏÂÌËÚ¸ • Ç˚ÍÎ
ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ Ç˚Íβ˜ÂÌÓ, Ç˚ Ì ÒÏÓÊÂÚ LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ì ·Û‰ÂÚ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË Ô˚Ú‡Ú¸Òfl
ÔËÌflÚ¸ Á‚ÓÌÓÍ, ̇ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈÒfl ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl. ̇·‡Ú¸ ÌÓÏÂ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‚ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â ÓÚÒÛÚÒÚ‚Ëfl
ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl ‚ ̇ÒÚÓfl˘ËÈ ÏÓÏÂÌÚ.

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ÅÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚ¸ åÂÌ˛ 7.4 ÅÎÓÍËӂ͇ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ åÂÌ˛ 7.4.2
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ÍÓ‰ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË, ‰Îfl ÚÓ„Ó
á‡ÔÓÒ PIN-ÍÓ‰‡ åÂÌ˛ 7.4.1 ˜ÚÓ·˚ ËÁ·Âʇڸ ÌÂÒ‡Ì͈ËÓÌËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó
ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ‰‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÏÂÌ˛ ÏÓÊÌÓ Ì‡ÒÚÓËÚ¸ Á‡ÔÓÒ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl LJ¯Â„Ó ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. èË ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËË
PIN-ÍÓ‰‡ SIM-͇Ú˚ ÔË ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. ÖÒÎË ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Á‡ÔÓÒËÚ ÍÓ‰ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË, ÂÒÎË ˝Ú‡
‚Íβ˜Â̇ ˝Ú‡ ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl ÔË ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl ‚Íβ˜Â̇. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂÂÚ èË ÒÏÂÌÂ
·Û‰ÂÚ ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡Ú¸Òfl Á‡ÔÓÒ Ì‡ ‚‚Ó‰ PIN-ÍÓ‰‡. SIM, LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Á‡ÔÓÒËÚ ˝ÚÓÚ ÍÓ‰ ÚÓθÍÓ ‚ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â
1. Ç˚·ÂËÚ PIN-ÍÓ‰ ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ ̇ÒÚÓÂÍ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË, ÒÏÂÌ˚ SIM-͇Ú˚.
‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ Ì‡ÊÏËÚ < [OK].
í‡ÈÏÂ ‡‚ÚÓ ·ÎÓÍ. Í·‚˯ åÂÌ˛ 7.4.3
2. ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸/éÚÍβ˜ËÚ¸.
ùÚÓÚ ÔÛÌÍÚ ÏÂÌ˛ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Á‡‰‡Ú¸ ‚ÂÏfl

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3. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸, ÚÓ Ç‡Ï ÔˉfiÚÒfl ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍÓÈ ·ÎÓÍËÓ‚ÍË Í·‚ˇÚÛ˚.
‚‚ÂÒÚË PIN-ÍÓ‰, ÍÓ„‰‡ Ç˚ ·Û‰ÂÚ ‚Íβ˜‡Ú¸
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ. á‡ÔÂÚ ‚˚Á. åÂÌ˛ 7.4.4
4. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚‚‰fiÚ Ì‚ÂÌ˚È PIN-ÍÓ‰ ·ÓΠÚfiı ‡Á, ìÒÎÛ„‡ Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ Ì ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ç‡¯ÂÏÛ
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ·Û‰ÂÚ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË Á‡·ÎÓÍËÓ‚‡Ì. ÖÒÎË ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÛ ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÚ¸ ËÎË ÔËÌËχڸ
PIN-ÍÓ‰ ·ÎÓÍËÓ‚‡Ì, Ç‡Ï ÔˉÂÚÒfl ‚‚ÂÒÚË PUK-ÍÓ‰. ÓÔ‰ÂÎÂÌÌÛ˛ ͇Ú„Ó˲ ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚. чÌ̇fl ÙÛÌ͈Ëfl
5. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚‚Ó‰ËÚ¸ LJ¯ PUK-ÍÓ‰ ‰Ó ‰ÂÒflÚË ‡Á. Ú·ÛÂÚ Ô‡ÓÎfl Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡. Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ۂˉÂÚ¸
ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚‚‰fiÚ Ì‚ÂÌ˚È PUK-ÍÓ‰ ·ÓΠ‰ÂÒflÚË ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÔÓ‰ÏÂÌ˛.
‡Á, ÚÓ Ç˚ ÛÊ Ì ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ҇ÏÓÒÚÓflÚÂθÌÓ • ÇÒ ËÒıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ
‡Á·ÎÓÍËÓ‚‡Ú¸ LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ. Ç‡Ï ÔˉfiÚÒfl ìÒÎÛ„‡ Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚ÒÂı ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚.
Ó·‡ÚËÚ¸Òfl ‚ ÒÎÛÊ·Û ÚÂıÌ˘ÂÒÍÓÈ ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊÍË.

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• åÂʉÛ̇Ó‰Ì˚e • éÚÏÂÌËÚ¸
ìÒÎÛ„‡ Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚ÒÂı ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ÏÂʉÛ̇Ó‰Ì˚ı Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÓÚÏÂÌËÚ¸ ‰‡ÌÌÛ˛ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛.
‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚.
• èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÒÚ‡ÚÛÒ
• åÂʉÛ̇Ó‰Ì˚È ÔË ÓÛÏËÌ„Â èÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ Á‡Ô¢ÂÌ˚ Á‚ÓÌÍË ËÎË ÌÂÚ.
ìÒÎÛ„‡ Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚ÒÂı ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ÏÂʉÛ̇Ó‰Ì˚ı
‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚, Á‡ ËÒÍβ˜ÂÌËÂÏ ‰Óχ¯ÌÂÈ ÒÂÚË. îËÍÒË. ̇·Ó åÂÌ˛ 7.4.5
(ᇂËÒËÚ ÓÚ SIM ͇Ú˚)
• ÇÒ ‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÂ
ìÒÎÛ„‡ Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚ÒÂı ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ӄ‡Ì˘ËÚ¸ ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë ‚˚ÁÓ‚˚
ÓÔ‰ÂÎÂÌÌ˚Ï ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌ˚Ï ÌÓÏÂÓÏ.
• ÇıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ÔË ÓÛÏËÌ„Â çÓÏÂ‡ Á‡˘Ë˘ÂÌ˚ ‚‡¯ËÏ ÍÓ‰ÓÏ PIN2.
\ ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË

ìÒÎÛ„‡ Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚ÒÂı ‚ıÓ‰fl˘Ëı ‚˚ÁÓ‚Ó‚ ÔË


ÓÛÏËÌ„Â. • ê‡Á¯ËÚ¸
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ӄ‡Ì˘ËÚ¸ LJ¯Ë ËÒıÓ‰fl˘Ë Á‚ÓÌÍË Ì‡
• ÇÒ ÓÚÏÂÌËÚ¸ ‚˚·‡ÌÌ˚ ÌÓÏÂ‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚.
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÓÚÏÂÌËÚ¸ ‚Ò ÛÒÎÛ„Ë Á‡ÔÂÚ‡.
• ÅÎÓÍËÓ‚‡Ú¸
• àÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ Ô‡Óθ Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÓÚÏÂÌËÚ¸ ‰‡ÌÌÛ˛ ÛÒÎÛ„Û.
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ Ô‡Óθ ìÒÎÛ„Ë á‡ÔÂÚ‡
Ç˚ÁÓ‚‡. • ëÔËÒÓÍ ÌÓÏÂÓ‚
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÒÏÓÚÂÚ¸ ÒÔËÒÓÍ ÌÓÏÂÓ‚,
èÓ‰ÏÂÌ˛: ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌÌ˚È Í‡Í ÒÔËÒÓÍ ÙËÍÒËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó Ì‡·Ó‡.
• ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ӷ‡ÚËÚ¸Òfl Í ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÛ ÛÒÎÛ„ ‰Îfl
ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌËfl ÛÒÎÛ„Ë Á‡ÔÂÚ‡ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ Ë ÒÏÓÊÂÚÂ
ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl ˝ÚÓÈ ÛÒÎÛ„ÓÈ.

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àÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ ÍÓ‰˚ åÂÌ˛ 7.4.6 Ç˚·Ó ÒÂÚË åÂÌ˛ 7.5.1
PIN - ˝ÚÓ ‡··‚ˇÚÛ‡ èÂÒÓ̇θÌÓ„Ó • Ä‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË
à‰ÂÌÚËÙË͇ˆËÓÌÌÓ„Ó çÓÏÂ‡, ÍÓÚÓ˚È ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍËÈ ÂÊËÏ,
ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÚÒfl ‰Îfl Ô‰ÓÚ‚‡˘ÂÌËfl ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ·Û‰ÂÚ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ËÒ͇ڸ Ë ‚˚·Ë‡Ú¸
ÌÂÒ‡Ì͈ËÓÌËÓ‚‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl LJ¯Â„Ó ÒÂÚ¸ ‰Îfl LJÒ. ÖÒÎË ‚˚ Ӊ̇ʉ˚ ‚˚·ÂËÚÂ
ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ‰Û„ËÏ ˜ÂÎÓ‚ÂÍÓÏ. ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍËÈ ÂÊËÏ, ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÓÒÚ‡ÌÂÚÒfl
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÁÏÂÌflÚ¸ ÍÓ‰˚ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡: PIN ÍÓ‰, PIN 2 ̇ÒÚÓÂÌÌ˚Ï Ì‡ ˝ÚÓÚ ÂÊËÏ, ‰‡Ê ÂÒÎË ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ
ÍÓ‰, ᇢËÚÌ˚È ÍÓ‰. ·Û‰ÂÚ ‚˚Íβ˜ÂÌ, ‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ ‚Íβ˜ÂÌ ÒÌÓ‚‡.
1. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ ıÓÚËÚ ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ Ó‰ËÌ ËÁ ÍÓ‰Ó‚ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡, • ÇÛ˜ÌÛ˛
‚‚‰ËÚ LJ¯ ÓË„Ë̇θÌ˚È ÍÓ‰, ‡ Á‡ÚÂÏ Ì‡ÊÏËÚ íÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ì‡È‰ÂÚ ÒÔËÒÓÍ Ëϲ˘ËıÒfl ÒÂÚÂÈ Ë

| ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË
< [OK]. ÔÓ͇ÊÂÚ Ëı LJÏ. á‡ÚÂÏ Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ÒÂÚ¸,
ÍÓÚÓÛ˛ Ç˚ Á‡ıÓÚËÚ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸, ÂÒÎË ‰‡Ì̇fl
2. ǂ‰ËÚ ÌÓ‚˚È ÍÓ‰ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡ Ë ÔÓ‚Â¸Ú Ëı.
ÒÂÚ¸ ËÏÂÂÚ ÓÛÏËÌ„Ó‚Ó Òӄ·¯ÂÌËÂ Ò ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓÓÏ
LJ¯ÂÈ ‰Óχ¯ÌÂÈ ÒÂÚË. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ‰Û„Û˛
ëÂÚ¸ åÂÌ˛ 7.5 ÒÂÚ¸, ÂÒÎË ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ì ÏÓÊÂÚ Ó·Ì‡ÛÊËÚ¸
‚˚·‡ÌÌÛ˛ LJÏË ÒÂÚ¸.
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ÒÂÚ¸, ‚ ÍÓÚÓÓÈ Ç˚
Á‡„ËÒÚËÛÂÚÂÒ¸ ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË ËÎË ‚Û˜ÌÛ˛. • è‰ÔÓ˜ÚËÚÂθÌ˚Â
é·˚˜ÌÓ, ‚˚·Ó ÒÂÚË, ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂÏÓÈ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓÏ, Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ÒÔËÒÓÍ Ô‰ÔÓ˜ÚËÚÂθÌ˚ı
ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË. ÒÂÚÂÈ, ‚ ÍÓÚÓ˚ı LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‰ÓÎÊÂÌ ÔÓÔ˚Ú‡Ú¸Òfl
Á‡„ËÒÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl Ò̇˜‡Î‡, ÔÂ‰ ÚÂÏ, ͇Í
Ô˚Ú‡Ú¸Òfl Á‡„ËÒÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl ‚ β·ÓÈ ‰Û„ÓÈ ÒÂÚË.
ùÚÓÚ ÒÔËÒÓÍ Ó·‡ÁÛÂÚÒfl ËÁ Ô‰ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌÓ„Ó
ÒÔËÒ͇ ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.

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ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË
Ç˚·Ó ‰Ë‡Ô‡ÁÓ̇ åÂÌ˛ 7.5.2 é·˙ÂÏ Ô‡ÏflÚË åÂÌ˛ 7.8
àÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ‰‡ÌÌÛ˛ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍÛ ‰Îfl ̇ÒÚÓÈÍË ÒÂÚË
Òڇ̉‡Ú‡ GSM. ÇÌÛÚÂÌÌflfl Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ åÂÌ˛ 7.8.1
ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËË ÏÓÊÌÓ ÛÁ̇ڸ Ó ÒÓÒÚÓflÌËË
Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇, ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌÓÈ ‰Îfl ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÚÂÎfl.
GPRS åÂÌ˛ 7.6
Ç Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÒËÚÛ‡ˆËË, ‚ÓÁÏÓÊ̇ ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ åÛθÚËωˇ Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ åÂÌ˛ 7.8.2
ÂÊËÏÓ‚ ‡·ÓÚ˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË GPRS. ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËË ÏÓÊÌÓ ÛÁ̇ڸ Ó ÒÓÒÚÓflÌËË
Ô‡ÏflÚË ÏÛθÚËωˇ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
ë·ÓÒËÚ¸ ̇ÒÚÓÈÍË åÂÌ˛ 7.7
èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
\ ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË

Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚ÂÌÛÚ¸ LJ¯ÂÏÛ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÛ ‚Ò Á‡‚Ó‰ÒÍË ç ÂÍÓÏẨÛÂÚÒfl Á‡ÔÓÎÌflÚ¸ Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ ÔÓÎÌÓÒÚ¸˛,
̇ÒÚÓÈÍË. ÑÎfl ‡ÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡ÌËfl ˝ÚÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËË Ú‡Í Í‡Í ˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓ‚ÎËflÚ¸ ̇ ‡·ÓÚÛ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏ ÍÓ‰ ·ÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚË. ÔË Á‡„ÛÁÍ هÈÎÓ‚ ·Óθ¯Ó„Ó Ó·˙Âχ.
• ÇÓÒÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ̇ÒÚÓÈÍË ÔÓ ÛÏÓΘ‡Ì˲
èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ‚ÂÌÛÚ¸Òfl Í Ì‡ÒÚÓÈÍ‡Ï ÔÓ ÛÏÓΘ‡Ì˲.
• é˜ËÒÚËÚ¸ ÏÛθÚËωˇ Ô‡ÏflÚ¸
èÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ó˜ËÒÚËÚ¸ Ô‡ÏflÚ¸ ÏÛθÚËωˇ.

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åÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ Í ‡Á΢Ì˚Ï ÛÒÎÛ„‡Ï WAP àÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌË Í·‚˯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇
(Wireless Application Protocol), Ú‡ÍËÏ Í‡Í ·‡ÌÍÓ‚ÒÍËÂ Ç ÚÓ ‚ÂÏfl ÍÓ„‰‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌ Í àÌÚÂÌÂÚÛ
ÓÔÂ‡ˆËË, ÌÓ‚ÓÒÚË, ҂Ӊ͇ ÔÓ„Ó‰˚ Ë ‡ÒÔËÒ‡ÌË ÙÛÌ͈ËË Í·‚˯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÓÚ΢‡˛ÚÒfl ÓÚ Ëı ÙÛÌ͈ËÈ
ÂÈÒÓ‚. ùÚË ÛÒÎÛ„Ë Ô‰̇Á̇˜ÂÌ˚ ÒÔˆˇθÌÓ ‰Îfl ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
ÏÓ·ËθÌ˚ı ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓ‚ Ë ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡˛ÚÒfl
ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘Ë͇ÏË ÛÒÎÛ„ WAP. àÍÓÌ͇ éÔËÒ‡ÌË ÙÛÌ͈ËË
èÓ‚Â¸Ú ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌÓÒÚ¸ ÛÒÎÛ„ WAP, ˆÂÌ˚ Ë Ú‡ËÙ˚ UD èÂÂıÓ‰ Í ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘ÂÈ ÒÚÓÍ ‚
‚‡¯Â„Ó ÒÂÚÂ‚Ó„Ó ÓÔÂ‡ÚÓ‡ Ë (ËÎË) ÚÓ„Ó ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘Ë͇, ÒÓ‰ÂʇÌËË
ÛÒÎÛ„‡ÏË ÍÓÚÓÓ„Ó ‚˚ ıÓÚËÚ ‚ÓÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl. C ÇÓÁ‚‡Ú ̇ Ô‰˚‰Û˘Û˛ ÒÚ‡ÌˈÛ
èÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍË ÛÒÎÛ„ ÒÓÓ·˘‡Ú ‚‡Ï, Í‡Í ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl Ëı
O Ç˚·Ó ÓÔˆËË
ÛÒÎÛ„‡ÏË.

| ëÂ‚ËÒ
ÑÎfl ‚˚ıÓ‰‡ ËÁ ·‡ÛÁÂ‡ ‰ÓÒÚ‡ÚÓ˜ÌÓ Ì‡Ê‡Ú¸ Í·‚Ë¯Û àÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌË ÏÂÌ˛ WAP-·‡ÛÁÂ‡
E . Ç ˝ÚÓÏ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚ÂÌfiÚÒfl ‚ ÓÒÌÓ‚ÌÓÂ
Ç ÚÓ ‚ÂÏfl ÍÓ„‰‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌ Í ËÌÚÂÌÂÚÛ Ò
ÏÂÌ˛.
ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËÂÏ ·ÂÒÔÓ‚Ó‰Ì˚ı ͇̇ÎÓ‚ Ò‚flÁË
燂˄‡ˆËfl Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ WAP-·‡ÛÁÂ‡ ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌ˚ ‡Á΢Ì˚ ‚‡ˇÌÚ˚ ̇·Ó‡ ÓÔˆËÈ ‚
ÏÂÌ˛.
Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÛÚ¯ÂÒÚ‚Ó‚‡Ú¸ ÔÓ àÌÚÂÌÂÚÛ, ËÒÔÓθÁÛfl
Í·‚Ë¯Ë ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ËÎË ÏÂÌ˛ WAP-·‡ÛÁÂ‡.
èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
åÂÌ˛ WAP-·‡ÛÁÂÓ‚ ÏÓ„ÛÚ ÓÚ΢‡Ú¸Òfl ‰Û„ ÓÚ
‰Û„‡ ‚ Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ‚ÂÒËË ·‡ÛÁÂ‡.

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àÌÚÂÌÂÚ åÂÌ˛ 8.1 ëÓ‚ÂÚ:
ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û “1” Ë * Í·‚Ë¯Û ‰Îfl
ÑÓχ¯Ìflfl åÂÌ˛ 8.1.1
‚‚Ó‰‡ ÒËÏ‚ÓÎÓ‚. óÚÓ·˚ ‚‚ÂÒÚË “.”, ̇ÊÏËÚÂ
á‡È‰ËÚ ̇ ‰Óχ¯Ì˛˛ ÒÚ‡ÌˈÛ. ÑÓχ¯ÌÂÈ “1”.
ÒÚ‡ÌˈÂÈ ·Û‰ÂÚ Ò‡ÈÚ, ÍÓÚÓ˚È ÓÔ‰ÂÎflÂÚÒfl
‡ÍÚË‚Ì˚Ï ÔÓÙËÎÂÏ. ÖÒÎË Ç˚ Ì ÓÔ‰ÂÎËÎË Â„Ó ‚ èÓÒΠÒÓÁ‰‡ÌËfl Á‡Í·‰ÓÍ, Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚÂ
‡ÍÚË‚ÌÓÏ ÔÓÙËÎÂ, ÚÓ ÓÌ ·Û‰ÂÚ ÓÔ‰ÂÎÂÌ ‚ÓÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘ËÏË ÛÒÎÛ„‡ÏË.
ÔÓ‚‡È‰ÂÓÏ.
• èÓ‰Íβ˜ËÚ¸Òfl: èÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌËÂ Í ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓÈ
á‡Í·‰ÍË åÂÌ˛ 8.1.2 Á‡Í·‰ÍÂ.
чÌ̇fl ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ Ç‡Ï ÒÓı‡ÌflÚ¸ ‡‰ÂÒ‡ • ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸: ÒÓÁ‰‡ÌË ÌÓ‚ÓÈ Á‡Í·‰ÍË.
\ ëÂ‚ËÒ

(URL) ÌÛÊÌ˚ı Ç‡Ï Ò‡ÈÚÓ‚ ‰Îfl ‰‡Î¸ÌÂÈ¯Â„Ó • ꉇÍÚËÓ‚‡Ú¸: àÁÏÂÌËÚ ̇Á‚‡ÌËÂ Ë ‡‰ÂÒ
ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl. ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓÈ Á‡Í·‰ÍË.
LJ¯ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÏÂÚ¸ ÌÂÒÍÓθÍÓ • 쉇ÎËÚ¸: Û‰‡ÎÂÌË Á‡Í·‰ÍË.
Ô‰ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌ˚ı Á‡Í·‰ÓÍ, Ëı ÌÂθÁfl Û‰‡ÎËÚ¸.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚ÒÂ: 쉇ÎËÚ¸ ‚Ò Á‡Í·‰ÍË.
ëÓÁ‰‡Ú¸ Á‡Í·‰ÍÛ
1. ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ < [éÔˆËË]. èÂÂÈÚË Í URL åÂÌ˛ 8.1.3

2. Ç˚·ÂËÚ ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸ Ë Ì‡ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û éä. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸ ˝ÚÛ ÙÛÌÍˆË˛ ‰Îfl
ÌÂÔÓÒ‰ÒÚ‚ÂÌÌÓ„Ó ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌËfl Í Î˛·ÓÏÛ
3. èÓÒΠ‚‚Ó‰‡ ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ„Ó URL Ë Ì‡Á‚‡ÌËfl Ê·ÂÏÓÏÛ Ò‡ÈÚÛ. èÓÒΠ‚‚Ó‰‡ URL ̇ÊÏËÚÂ
̇ÊÏËÚ Í·‚Ë¯Û OK. Í·‚Ë¯Û OK.

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ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË åÂÌ˛ 8.1.4 - èÓÚÓÍÓÎ: ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ÔÓÚÓÍÓ· ÒÎÛÊ·˚ ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı.
èÓÙËÎË 1 CSD/HSCSD
èÓÙËθ ˝ÚÓ ËÌÙÓχˆËfl, ËÒÔÓθÁÛÂχfl ‰Îfl 2 GPRS
ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl Ò àÌÚÂÌÂÚÓÏ. - ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı: ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ÚÓθÍÓ ÔË
‚˚·Ó CSD/HSCSD ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â èÓÚÓÍÓ·.
Ç Í‡Ê‰ÓÏ ÔÓÙËΠÂÒÚ¸ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÔÓ‰ÏÂÌ˛:
çÓÏÂ ̇·Ó‡: ‚‚Ó‰ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓ„Ó ÌÓÏÂ‡ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡ Í
• ÄÍÚË‚ËÓ‚‡Ú¸: ÔËÏÂÌÂÌË ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÔÓÙËÎfl. ¯Î˛ÁÛ WAP.
• ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË: ‰‡ÍÚËÓ‚‡ÌËÂ Ë ËÁÏÂÌÂÌË ̇ÒÚÓÂÍ à‰ÂÌÚ. ÔÓθÁ.: ˉÂÌÚËÙË͇ÚÓ ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÚÂÎfl ‰Îfl
WAP ‰Îfl ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÔÓÙËÎfl. ÒÂ‚Â‡ ÍÓÏÏÛÚËÛÂÏÓ„Ó ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡ (‡ çÖ ¯Î˛Á‡
- ÑÓÏ. ÒÚ‡Ìˈ‡: ‚‚Ó‰ URL ‚· -Ò‡ÈÚ‡, ÍÓÚÓ˚È WAP).
·Û‰ÂÚ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â ‰Óχ¯ÌÂÈ è‡Óθ: Ô‡Óθ, Á‡Ô‡¯Ë‚‡ÂÏ˚È ÒÂ‚ÂÓÏ

| ëÂ‚ËÒ
ÒÚ‡Ìˈ˚. Ç‚Ó‰ http:// ÔÂ‰ ͇ʉ˚Ï URL ÍÓÏÏÛÚËÛÂÏÓ„Ó ‰ÓÒÚÛÔ‡ (‡ çÖ ¯Î˛Á‡ WAP) ‰Îfl
ÌÂÓ·flÁ‡ÚÂÎÂÌ: ‚ ·‡ÛÁÂ WAP ˝ÚÓ ÔÓËÁ‚Ó‰ËÚÒfl ˉÂÌÚËÙË͇ˆËË ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÚÂÎfl.
‡‚ÚÓχÚ˘ÂÒÍË.
íËÔ ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡: ‚˚·Ó ÚËÔ‡ ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡: Ä̇ÎÓ„Ó‚˚È
ËÎË ñËÙÓ‚ÓÈ (ISDN).
ÇÂÏfl ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl: ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ ‚‚ÂÒÚË ‚ÂÏfl
Á‡‰ÂÊÍË ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl. èÓÒΠËÒÚ˜ÂÌËfl
‚˚¯ÂÛ͇Á‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ‚ÂÏÂÌË WAP ·‡ÛÁÂ ÏÓÊÂÚ
ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ¸Òfl ÓÚ ÒÂÚË, ÂÒÎË ‚ Ú˜ÂÌËË ‚ÒÂ„Ó ˝ÚÓ„Ó
‚ÂÏÂÌË Ì ·˚ÎÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜ÂÌÓ Í‡ÍËı-ÎË·Ó ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı.
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- ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË GPRS: ̇ÒÚÓÈ͇ ‚ÓÁÏÓÊ̇ ÚÓθÍÓ ÔË • ÑÓ·‡‚ËÚ¸ Á‡ÔËÒ¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ ÌÓ‚˚È
‚˚·Ó GPRS ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â ÒÎÛÊ·˚ ÔÓÚÓÍÓ·. ÔÓÙËθ.
APN: ‚‚Ó‰ APN GPRS. ä˝¯
à‰ÂÌÚ. ÔÓθÁ.: ˉÂÌÚËÙË͇ˆËfl ÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÚÂÎfl ‰Îfl ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ Á̇˜ÂÌËfl ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl Ò ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËÂÏ
ÒÂ‚Â‡ APN. Í˝¯-Ô‡ÏflÚË ËÎË ·ÂÁ  ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl.
è‡Óθ: Ô‡Óθ Á‡Ô‡¯Ë‚‡ÂÏ˚È ÒÂ‚ÂÓÏ APN. Cookie
- ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË ÔÓÍÒË ì͇ÊËÚÂ, ‰ÓÎÊÌ˚ ÎË ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl Ù‡ÈÎ˚
èÓÍÒË: ÇÍÎ./Ç˚ÍÎ. “cookie”.
IP ‡‰ÂÒ: ‚‚Ó‰ IP-‡‰ÂÒ‡ ÔÓÍÒË-ÒÂ‚Â‡. é˜ËÒÚ͇ Í˝¯
èÓÚ: ‚‚Ó‰ ÔÓÚ‡ ÔÓÍÒË. 쉇ÎflÂÚ ‚Ò ÍÓÌÚÂÍÒÚ˚, ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌÌ˚ ‚ Í˝¯-Ô‡ÏflÚË.
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- ç‡ÒÚÓÈÍË DNS é˜ËÒÚËÚ¸ cookie


éÒÌÓ‚ÌÓÈ ÒÂ‚Â: ‚‚Ó‰ IP-‡‰ÂÒ‡ ÓÒÌÓ‚ÌÓ„Ó ÒÂ‚Â‡ 쉇ÎflÂÚ ‚Ò ÍÓÌÚÂÍÒÚ˚ ËÁ Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚ “cookie”.
DNS.
ÅÂÁÓÔ‡ÒÌÓÒÚ¸
ÇÒÔÓÏÓ„‡ÚÂθÌ˚È ÒÂ‚Â: ‚‚Ó‰ IP-‡‰ÂÒ‡ ‚ÚÓ˘ÌÓ„Ó
ÒÂ‚Â‡ DNS. èÓ͇Á‡Ì ÒÔËÒÓÍ ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ı ÒÂÚËÙË͇ÚÓ‚.
• èÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸: Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ËÁÏÂÌËÚ¸ ̇Á‚‡ÌË • èÓÎÌÓÏÓ˜Ëfl: ÔÓÒÏÓÚ ÒÔËÒ͇ ÒÂÚËÙË͇ÚÓ‚
‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó ÔÓÙËÎfl. ÔÓÎÌÓÏÓ˜ËÈ, ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌÌ˚ı ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
• 쉇ÎËÚ¸: 쉇ÎflÂÚ ‚˚·‡ÌÌ˚È ÔÓÙËθ ËÁ ÒÔËÒ͇. • ã˘ÌÓÂ: ÔÓÒÏÓÚ ÒÔËÒ͇ ΢Ì˚ı ÒÂÚËÙË͇ÚÓ‚,
ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌÌ˚ı ‚ Ô‡ÏflÚË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.

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SIM-ÒÂ‚ËÒ åÂÌ˛ 8.2
(‚ Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ SIM-͇Ú˚)
èÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍ ÛÒÎÛ„ ÏÓÊÂÚ Ô‰ÎÓÊËÚ¸ ÒÔˆˇθÌ˚Â
ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËfl Ò ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËÂÏ SIM-͇Ú˚, ̇ÔËÏÂ
‰ÓÒÚÛÔ Í ·‡ÌÍÓ‚ÒÍÓÏÛ Ò˜ÂÚÛ ËÁ ‰Óχ, ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ Ó
˚ÌÍ ˆÂÌÌ˚ı ·Ûχ„ Ë Ú.‰. Å·„Ó‰‡fl ÏÂÌ˛ ÛÒÎÛ„
SIM-͇Ú˚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÌËÍÓ„‰‡ Ì ÛÒÚ‡ÂÂÚ Ë ·Û‰ÂÚ
ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡Ú¸ ‰ÓÔÓÎÌËÚÂθÌ˚ ÙÛÌ͈ËË,
Ô‰·„‡ÂÏ˚ ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘ËÍÓÏ ÛÒÎÛ„.
ÑÓÔÓÎÌËÚÂθÌÛ˛ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸ Û

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ÔÓÒÚ‡‚˘Ë͇ ÛÒÎÛ„.

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åÓË Ë„˚ Ë ‡ÁÌÓ åÂÌ˛ 9.1 • ê‡Á¯ÂÌËfl: ‰Îfl ÌÂÍÓÚÓ˚ı ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËÈ Java
ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓÚ·ӂ‡Ú¸Òfl ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl.
åÓË Ë„˚ Ë ‡ÁÌÓ åÂÌ˛ 9.1.1 Ç˚·ÂËÚ ӉÌÛ ËÁ ÓÔˆËÈ ‰Îfl ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍË Ô‡‡ÏÂÚÓ‚
Ç ‰‡ÌÌÓÏ ÏÂÌ˛ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÛÔ‡‚ÎflÚ¸ ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËflÏË ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl.
Java, ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌ˚ÏË Ì‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ. ᇄÛÊÂÌÌ˚ - ÇÒ„‰‡: ÛÒÚ‡Ìӂ͇ ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl ÌÂωÎÂÌÌÓ ·ÂÁ
ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËfl ÏÓÊÌÓ Á‡ÔÛÒ͇ڸ ËÎË Û‰‡ÎflÚ¸, ÏÓÊÌÓ Û‚Â‰ÓÏÎÂÌËfl.
Ú‡ÍÊ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚ ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl. - á‡Ô‡¯Ë‚‡Ú¸: ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌË ÔÓÒΠÁ‡ÔÓÒ‡.
ᇄÛÊÂÌÌ˚ ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËfl ÒÓı‡Ìfl˛ÚÒfl ‚ - çËÍÓ„‰‡: ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌˠ̉ÓÔÛÒÚËÏÓ.
ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚Û˛˘Ë ԇÔÍË. ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÎÂ‚Û˛
ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ Í·‚Ë¯Û < [OK] ‰Îfl ÓÚÍ˚ÚËfl èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
‚˚·‡ÌÌÓÈ Ô‡ÔÍË ËÎË Á‡ÔÛÒ͇ ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ„Ó Java
쉇ÎËÚ¸ ËÎË ÔÂÂËÏÂÌÓ‚‡Ú¸ Ô‰‚‡ËÚÂθÌÓ
ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËfl. èË ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËË Î‚ÓÈ
ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÎÂÌÌÛ˛ Ô‡ÔÍÛ ËÎË Ë„Û ‚ ˝ÚÓÈ Ô‡ÔÍÂ
\ ᇄÛÁÍË

ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÓÈ Í·‚Ë¯Ë < [éÔˆËË] ÏÓ„ÛÚ ·˚Ú¸ ÌÂθÁfl.


‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÔÛÌÍÚ˚ ÏÂÌ˛.

ÇÌËχÌËÂ
èÓÒΠÁ‡„ÛÁÍË JAVA Ë„˚ ̇ÊÏËÚ “éä” ‰Îfl
ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌËfl ‚ ÍÓÌ‚ÓÏ Í‡Ú‡ÎÓ„Â.

• à„‡Ú¸: á‡ÔÛÒÚËÚ¸ ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ Java-ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËÂ.


• ëÔ‡‚͇: ÓÚÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ËÌÙÓχˆËË Ó ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËË.

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èËϘ‡ÌË • ïÓÚfl ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËfl Java ÒÓÁ‰‡Ì˚ ̇ ÓÒÌÓ‚Â
• Java - ˝ÚÓ ÚÂıÌÓÎÓ„Ëfl, ‡Á‡·ÓÚ‡Ì̇fl Òڇ̉‡ÚÌÓ„Ó flÁ˚͇ (J2ME), Ì ӷflÁ‡ÚÂθÌÓ, ˜ÚÓ
ÍÓÏÔ‡ÌËÂÈ ‘Sun Microsystems’. ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ‚Ò ÓÌË ÒÓ‚ÏÂÒÚËÏ˚ Ò Î˛·˚ÏË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ÏË,
ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇, ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡˛˘Â„Ó WAP, ÏÓÊÌÓ Ëϲ˘ËÏËÒfl ‚ ÔÓ‰‡ÊÂ, ÔÓÒÍÓθÍÛ, ‚ÓÁÏÓÊÌÓ,
Á‡„ÛÁËÚ¸ Java-ÏˉÎÂÚ˚ ÚÓ˜ÌÓ Ú‡Í ÊÂ, Í‡Í ÔÓθÁÛ˛ÚÒfl ÒÔˆËÙ˘ÂÒÍËÏË ·Ë·ÎËÓÚÂ͇ÏË.
Á‡„ÛʇÂÚÒfl Java-‡ÔÔÎÂÚ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ èÓ„‡ÏÏ˚ ÏÓ„ÛÚ ·ÎÓÍËÓ‚‡Ú¸Òfl ËÎË
Òڇ̉‡ÚÌÓ„Ó Ó·ÓÁ‚‡ÚÂÎfl MS Internet Explorer. ÓÚÍβ˜‡Ú¸Òfl Ò‡ÏÓÒÚÓflÚÂθÌÓ, ÂÒÎË ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËfl
Ç Á‡‚ËÒËÏÓÒÚË ÓÚ ÒÂÚÂ‚Ó„Ó ÔÓ‚‡È‰Â‡, ‚Ò Java Ì ‡Á‡·ÓÚ‡Ì˚ ÒÔˆˇθÌÓ ‰Îfl ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇, ‚
ÔÓ„‡ÏÏ˚ ̇ ÓÒÌÓ‚Â Java, ̇ÔËÏÂ Ë„˚ ÍÓÚÓ˚È ÓÌË Á‡„Ûʇ˛ÚÒfl. å˚ ÔÓ‰˜ÂÍË‚‡ÂÏ,
Java, ÏÓ„ÛÚ ·˚Ú¸ Á‡„ÛÊÂÌ˚ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ, ÔÓÒΠ˜ÚÓ Ú‡ÍË ÓÒÎÓÊÌÂÌËfl ‚˚Á‚‡Ì˚ ÌÂÒÓ‚ÏÂÒÚËÏ˚ÏË
˜Â„Ó ‚ ÌËı ÏÓÊÌÓ ·Û‰ÂÚ Ë„‡Ú¸. ᇄÛÊÂÌÌÛ˛ ÔÓ„‡ÏχÏË, ‡ Ì ‰ÂÙÂÍÚ‡ÏË ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
ÔÓ„‡ÏÏÛ Java ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸,
‚˚·Ë‡Ú¸, Á‡ÔÛÒ͇ڸ ËÎË Û‰‡ÎflÚ¸ ‚ ÏÂÌ˛ åÓË è‰ÛÔÂʉÂÌËÂ

| ᇄÛÁÍË
Ë„˚ Ë ‡ÁÌÓÂ. î‡ÈÎ˚ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏ˚ Java, íÓθÍÓ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏ˚ ̇ ÓÒÌÓ‚Â J2ME (Java 2 Micro
ÍÓÚÓ˚ ÒÓı‡Ìfl˛ÚÒfl ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ, ËÏÂ˛Ú Edition) ·Û‰ÛÚ ‡·ÓÚ‡Ú¸ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ. èÓ„‡ÏÏ˚ ̇
ÙÓχÚ˚ .JAD Ë .JAR. ÓÒÌÓ‚Â J2SE (Java 2 Standard Edition) ·Û‰ÛÚ
• î‡ÈÎ .JAR fl‚ÎflÂÚÒfl ÒʇÚ˚Ï ÙÓχÚÓÏ ‡·ÓÚ‡Ú¸ ÚÓθÍÓ Ì‡ ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÂ.
ÔÓ„‡ÏÏ˚ Java, ‡ Ù‡ÈÎ .JAD fl‚ÎflÂÚÒfl
Ù‡ÈÎÓÏ- ÓÔËÒ‡ÌËÂÏ, ÍÓÚÓ˚È ÒÓ‰ÂÊËÚ ‚ Ò·Â
‚Ò˛ ‰ÂڇθÌÛ˛ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛. Ç ÒÂÚË, ÔÂ‰ èÓÙËÎË åÂÌ˛ 9.1.2
Á‡„ÛÁÍÓÈ, Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ۂˉÂÚ¸ ‚Ò ‰ÂڇθÌ˚ ùÚÓ ÏÂÌ˛ ÒÓ‰ÂÊËÚ Ú Ê ԇ‡ÏÂÚ˚, ˜ÚÓ Ë àÌÚÂÌÂÚ
ÓÔËÒ‡ÌËfl Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚, ̇ıÓ‰fl˘ËÂÒfl ‚ Ù‡ÈΠ.JAD. ÏÂÌ˛. î‡ÍÚ˘ÂÒÍË, ‰Îfl Á‡„ÛÁÍË ÌÓ‚˚ı ÔËÎÓÊÂÌËÈ
ÌÂÓ·ıÓ‰ËÏÓ Internet ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËÂ.

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ä‡ÚËÌÍË åÂÌ˛ 9.2 î‡ÈÎ˚ åÂÌ˛ 9.4
àÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡Ìˠ΂ÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÓÈ Í·‚Ë¯Ë < ùÚ‡ Ô‡Ô͇ ‡Ì‡Îӄ˘̇ ı‡ÌËÎË˘Û Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚. é̇
[éÔˆËË] ÓÚÍÓÂÚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ԇ‡ÏÂÚ˚. ÒÓ‰ÂÊËÚ ‚Ò هÈÎ˚, ÔÂ‰‡ÌÌ˚Â Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛
• ä‡Í Ó·ÓË: ÏÓÊÌÓ ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ¸ ‚˚·‡ÌÌÓ Bluetooth, ‚Íβ˜‡fl ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl, Á‚ÛÍË Ë Ó·˘ËÂ
ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌË ‚ ͇˜ÂÒÚ‚Â Á‡ÒÚ‡‚ÍË. Ù‡ÈÎ˚, ÍÓÚÓ˚ Ì ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡˛ÚÒfl ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓÏ.
• ç‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ MMS: Á‡„ÛÊÂÌÌ˚ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl ÏÓÊÌÓ ç‡ÊÏËÚ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÛ˛ ÍÌÓÔÍÛ [éÔˆËË] ‰Îfl
ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ÔÓÒ‰ÒÚ‚ÓÏ MMS. ê‡ÁÏÂ MMS Ì ÔÓÒÏÓÚ‡, ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚‰ÂÌËfl (ÂÒÎË ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl),
ÏÓÊÂÚ Ô‚˚¯‡Ú¸ 100 kb. Û‰‡ÎÂÌËfl ËÎË ÔÂÂÒ˚ÎÍË Ù‡È· ˜ÂÂÁ Bluetooth.
• éÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ˜ÂÂÁ Bluetooth: ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl ÏÓÊÌÓ USB-ÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËÂ
ÔÂÂÒ˚·ڸ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ Bluetooth. íÂÎÂÙÓÌ M6100 ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ËÚ¸ Í ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÛ Ò
ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ USB ͇·ÂÎfl ‰Îfl ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚, ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı,
\ ᇄÛÁÍË

‡ Ú‡ÍÊ ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl ‚ÒÚÓÂÌÌÓ„Ó ÏÓ‰Âχ. ÅÓÎÂÂ


á‚ÛÍË åÂÌ˛ 9.3
ÔÓ‰Ó·ÌÛ˛ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛ ÓÚÌÓÒËÚÂθÌÓ ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ
èË ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËË Î‚ÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËÓ̇θÌÓÈ Í·‚Ë¯Ë ÙÛÌ͈ËË ÒÏ. ‚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘ÂÏ ‡Á‰ÂÎÂ.
< [éÔˆËË] ‰ÓÒÚÛÔÌ˚ ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ԇ‡ÏÂÚ˚.
á‡ÔÓÏË̇˛˘Â ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó USB
• ä‡Í Á‚ÓÌÓÍ: ÛÒڇ̇‚ÎË‚‡ÂÚ Ò˄̇Π‚˚ÁÓ‚‡ ‚
îÛÌ͈Ëfl USB ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ ‡·ÓÚ‡Ú¸ Ò Ù‡È·ÏË
ÒÓÓÚ‚ÂÚÒÚ‚ËË Ò ‚˚·‡ÌÌ˚Ï Ì‡ ‰‡ÌÌ˚È ÏÓÏÂÌÚ
ÏÛθÚËωˇ, ı‡Ìfl˘ËÏËÒfl ‚Ó ‚ÌÛÚÂÌÌÂÈ Ô‡ÏflÚË
Á‚ÛÍÓÏ.
(124 åÅ), Í‡Í ÂÒÎË ·˚ ÓÌË ı‡ÌËÎËÒ¸ ̇ Ó·˚˜ÌÓÏ
• ç‡ÔËÒ‡Ú¸ ÒÓÓ·˘ÂÌËfl: ÏÂÎÓ‰ËË ÏÓÊÌÓ ÓÚÔ‡‚ËÚ¸ ‰ËÒÍ USB. ÑÎfl ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ ÙÛÌ͈ËË Ì Ú·ÛÂÚÒfl
ÔÓÒ‰ÒÚ‚ÓÏ SMS ËÎË MMS. ê‡ÁÏÂ MMS Ì ÛÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ÍË ‰ÓÔÓÎÌËÚÂθÌÓ„Ó ÔÓ„‡ÏÏÌÓ„Ó
ÏÓÊÂÚ Ô‚˚¯‡Ú¸ 100 kb. Ó·ÂÒÔ˜ÂÌËfl.
• éÚÔ‡‚͇ ˜ÂÂÁ Bluetooth: ÏÂÎÓ‰ËË ÏÓÊÌÓ
ÔÂÂÒ˚·ڸ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ Bluetooth.

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4. Ñ‚‡Ê‰˚ ˘ÂÎÍÌËÚ “ë˙ÂÏÌ˚È ‰ËÒÍ” Ë ÓÚÍÓÈÚÂ
èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
Ô‡ÔÍÛ “My media”. èÓfl‚flÚÒfl ˜ÂÚ˚ ÌÓ‚˚ ԇÔÍË.
ÑÎfl Windows 98 ÚÂ·Û˛ÚÒfl ‰‡È‚Â‡.
- Music: ‚ ˝ÚÛ Ô‡ÔÍÛ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÍÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸
ÏÛÁ˚͇θÌ˚ هÈÎ˚. èÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡˛ÚÒfl
åÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ JPG (χÍÒ. 460 äÅ), GIF (χÍÒ. ÒÎÂ‰Û˛˘Ë ÙÓχÚ˚: MP3, AAC, AAC+, AAC++,
100 äÅ), ‡ Ú‡ÍÊ ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚Ó‰ËÚ¸ Á‚ÛÍË, ÍÓÚÓ˚ WMA, MP4 (‡Û‰ËÓ). î‡ÈÎ˚ ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ Ô‡ÔÍË ÏÓÊÌÓ
ÏÓÊÌÓ ‰Ó·‡‚ËÚ¸ ‚ MMS. ‚ÓÒÔÓËÁ‚Ó‰ËÚ¸ Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ‚ÒÚÓÂÌÌÓ„Ó ‚
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÔÓË„˚‚‡ÚÂÎfl MP3.
èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
- Photos: ‰‡Ì̇fl Ô‡Ô͇ Ô‰̇Á̇˜Â̇ ‰Îfl
ç‡ıÓ‰flÒ¸ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËÈ, ÒÌflÚ˚ı ˆËÙÓ‚ÓÈ ÙÓÚÓ͇ÏÂÓÈ.
ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ËÚ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌË USB ͇·ÂÎfl Í ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÛ ë ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ÍÓχ̉ ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ‡ “äÓÔËÓ‚‡Ú¸” Ë
Ë ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÛ. èÓ ËÒÚ˜ÂÌËË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍËı ÒÂÍÛ̉ “ÇÒÚ‡‚ËÚ¸” ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÂ‰‡‚‡Ú¸ ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl Ò
ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ ‡ÒÔÓÁ̇ÂÚ ÔÂËÙÂËÈÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó.

| ᇄÛÁÍË
ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ̇ ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ.
1. ç‡ıÓ‰flÒ¸ ‚ ÂÊËÏ ÓÊˉ‡ÌËfl ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
ÓÒÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚ËÚ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ÂÌË USB ͇·ÂÎfl Í ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÛ • èË Á‡„ÛÁÍ ÌÓ‚˚ı ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËÈ Ò ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ‡
Ë ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÛ. èÓ ËÒÚ˜ÂÌËË ÌÂÒÍÓθÍËı ÒÂÍÛ̉ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Ì Á‡ÌÓÒËÚ Ëı ‚ ÒÔËÒÓÍ ÏÂÌ˛ “åÓË
ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ ‡ÒÔÓÁ̇ÂÚ ÔÂËÙÂËÈÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó. ÙÓÚÓ„‡ÙËË”. èÓ˝ÚÓÏÛ Ì ÂÍÓÏẨÛÂÚÒfl
2. ç‡ ‰ËÒÔΠÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ ÓÚÓ·‡ÁËÚÒfl Ë̉Ë͇ˆËfl Á‡„Ûʇڸ ˜ÚÓ-ÎË·Ó ‚ ‰‡ÌÌÛ˛ Ô‡ÔÍÛ. èË
“USB”. Á‡„ÛÁÍ ‚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÌÓ‚˚ı Ó·Ó‚ ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚÂ
ÒÔˆˇθÌÛ˛ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏÛ (Contents Bank),
3. äÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ ‡ÒÔÓÁ̇ÂÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Í‡Í “ë˙ÂÏÌ˚È ÒÓ‰Âʇ˘Û˛Òfl ̇ ÍÓÏÔ‡ÍÚ-‰ËÒÍÂ.
‰ËÒÍ” ‚ Ô‡ÔÍ “åÓÈ ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ”. èÓÒΠ˝ÚÓ„Ó
ÏÓÊÌÓ ‚˚„Ûʇڸ Ë Á‡„Ûʇڸ Ù‡ÈÎ˚ Ò ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇,
ÍÓÚÓ˚È ÓÚÓ·‡Ê‡ÂÚÒfl ‚ ‚ˉ ӷ˚˜ÌÓÈ Ô‡ÔÍË
Windows.

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ᇄÛÁÍË
- Storage: ˝Ú‡ Ô‡Ô͇ ÒıӉ̇ Ò ı‡ÌËÎˢÂÏ Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚. 5. äÓ„‰‡ ÔÂ‰‡˜‡ هȷ Á‡‚Â¯Â̇, ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ ÓÚ
Ç ˝ÚÛ Ô‡ÔÍÛ ÏÓÊÌÓ Á‡„Ûʇڸ β·˚ ‚ˉ˚ ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ‡ ÔÂËÙÂËÈÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó USB, ‡
Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚, ËÁÓ·‡ÊÂÌËfl, Á‚ÛÍË Ë ‰‡Ê ڇÍÊ ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ ͇·Âθ ÓÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇.
ÌÂÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÏ˚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÓÏ Ù‡ÈÎ˚
(̇ÔËÏÂ, Ù‡ÈÎ˚ Word Ë Excel), ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÓÌË äÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÌ˚ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏ˚ Ë àÌÚÂÌÂÚ
‚Ò„‰‡ ̇ıÓ‰ËÎËÒ¸ ÔÓ‰ ÛÍÓÈ, Ë ÏÓÊÌÓ ·˚ÎÓ ‚ åÓÊÌÓ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜ËÚ¸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Í ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÛ ‰Îfl
β·Ó ‚ÂÏfl Á‡„ÛÁËÚ¸ Ëı ̇ ‰Û„ÓÈ ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ. ÛÔ‡‚ÎÂÌËfl ÍÓÌÚ‡ÍÚ‡ÏË ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÌÓÈ ÍÌË„Ë, Á‡„ÛÁÍË
ç‡ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ هÈÎ˚, ÒÓı‡ÌÂÌÌ˚ ‚ ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ ÌÓ‚Ó„Ó ÒÓ‰ÂÊËÏÓ„Ó, ̇ÔËÏÂ Ó·Ó‚ Ë ÏÂÎÓ‰ËÈ,
Ô‡ÔÍÂ, Á‡ÌÂÒÂÌ˚ ‚ ÒÔËÒÓÍ (åÂÌ˛ – ᇄÛÁÍË – ËÎË ‰Îfl ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl ‚ÒÚÓÂÌÌÓ„Ó ÏÓ‰Âχ.
î‡ÈÎ˚). 1. ìÒÚ‡ÌÓ‚ËÚ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏ˚, Ò ÔË·„‡ÂÏÓ„Ó ÍÓÏÔ‡ÍÚ
- Videos: ‚ ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ Ô‡ÔÍ ÏÓÊÌÓ Á‡„Ûʇڸ ̇ ‰ËÒ͇.
ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂ ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔ˚, ÒÌflÚ˚Â Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ 2. Ç ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÓÚÍÓÈÚ ÏÂÌ˛ “ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚” –
ˆËÙÓ‚ÓÈ ‚ˉÂÓ͇ÏÂ˚, ‡ Ú‡ÍÊ Á‡„Ûʇڸ
\ ᇄÛÁÍË

“åÓ‰ÂÏ” Ë ÔÓ‰Ú‚Â‰ËÚ ‚Íβ˜ÂÌËÂ.


ÌÓ‚˚ ‚ˉÂÓÍÎËÔ˚ ̇ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ. ÑÎfl ‰‡ÌÌÓÈ Ô‡ÔÍË
ÔÓ‰‰ÂÊË‚‡ÂÚÒfl ÙÓÏ‡Ú Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚ 3GP. ç‡ 3. èÓ‰Íβ˜ËÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Í ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÛ, ËÒÔÓθÁÛfl
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ÏÓÊÌÓ ÔÓÒχÚË‚‡Ú¸ Ù‡ÈÎ˚ ˝ÚÓÈ USB ͇·Âθ, Ë Á‡ÔÛÒÚËÚ ÌÛÊÌÛ˛ ÔÓ„‡ÏÏÛ.
Ô‡ÔÍË ‚ (åÂÌ˛ – åÛθÚËωˇ – åÓ ‚ˉÂÓ).
è‰ÛÔÂʉÂÌËÂ
èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
çËÍÓ„‰‡ Ì ÓÚÍβ˜‡ÈÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ ‚Ó ‚ÂÏfl
• åÓÊÌÓ Á‡„Ûʇڸ Ù‡ÈÎ˚ β·Ó„Ó ‡ÁÏÂ‡, ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë هȷ. ùÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔË‚ÂÒÚË Í
Ó„‡Ì˘ÂÌÌÓ„Ó ÚÓθÍÓ ‡ÁÏÂÓÏ Ô‡ÏflÚË. ÔÓ‚ÂʉÂÌ˲ Ô‡ÏflÚË. ÇÒ„‰‡ ÔÂ‰ ÓÚÍβ˜ÂÌËÂÏ
• ç ÂÍÓÏẨÛÂÚÒfl ÒÓÁ‰‡‚‡Ú¸ Ò‚ÓË Ô‡ÔÍË ‚ ͇·ÂÎfl ÓÚÍβ˜‡ÈÚ ÔÂËÙÂËÈÌÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó Ò
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌÂ. ËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËÂÏ Ô‡‡ÏÂÚÓ‚ Windows.
• ç ËÁÏÂÌflÈÚ ËÏfl Ô‡ÔÍË ÔÓ ÛÏÓΘ‡Ì˲, Ú.Í.
˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔË‚ÂÒÚË Í Ó¯Ë·Í‡Ï.

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4. èÓÒΠËÒÔÓθÁÓ‚‡ÌËfl ÏÓ‰Âχ ÂÍÓÏẨÛÂÚÒfl
ÓÚÍβ˜ËÚ¸ Â„Ó Ò ÔÓÏÓ˘¸˛ ÏÂÌ˛ “ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚” –
“åÓ‰ÂÏ”.

èËϘ‡ÌËÂ
ÖÒÎË ‚ ÔÓˆÂÒÒ ÔÂ‰‡˜Ë Ù‡ÈÎÓ‚ Ç‡Ï ÔÓÒÚÛÔËÚ
‚ıÓ‰fl˘ËÈ ‚˚ÁÓ‚, ÚÓ ÓÌ ·Û‰ÂÚ ÓÚÍÎÓÌfiÌ. èÓÒÎÂ
ÓÚÒÓ‰ËÌÂÌËfl ͇·ÂÎfl Ç˚ ÒÏÓÊÂÚ ۂˉÂÚ¸ ÓÍÌÓ
ÔÓÔÛ˘ÂÌÌÓ„Ó ‚˚ÁÓ‚‡.

è‰ÛÔÂʉÂÌËÂ
çËÍÓ„‰‡ Ì ‡ÁÏ¢‡ÈÚ هÈÎ˚ ‚Ì ԇÔÓÍ: “Music,

| ᇄÛÁÍË
Photos, Storage Ë Videos” Ú.Í. ˝ÚÓ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔË‚ÂÒÚË
Í Ó¯Ë·Í‡Ï ‚ ‡·ÓÚ ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇ Ë ÔÓÚÂ ‰‡ÌÌ˚ı.

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ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚
ëÛ˘ÂÒÚ‚Û˛Ú ‡Á΢Ì˚ ‡ÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚ ‰Îfl LJ¯Â„Ó ÏÓ·ËθÌÓ„Ó ÚÂÎÂÙÓ̇. Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ‚˚·‡Ú¸ ‰‡ÌÌ˚ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚‡
ÔÓ Ç‡¯ÂÏÛ Ê·Ì˲.

ëڇ̉‡Ú̇fl ·‡Ú‡Âfl ç‡Û¯ÌËÍ Hands free Ë


ÒËÒÚÂχ ÛÔ‡‚ÎÂÌËfl
ÔÓË„˚‚‡ÚÂÎÂÏ
• ëÚÂÂÓ̇ۯÌËÍË
ÑÓÓÊÌ˚È ‡‰‡ÔÚÂ
ùÚÓ ÛÒÚÓÈÒÚ‚Ó ÔÓÁ‚ÓÎflÂÚ • ëËÒÚÂχ ÛÔ‡‚ÎÂÌËfl:
Á‡flʇڸ ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ, ÍÓ„‰‡ Ç˚ Í·‚˯‡ ÓÚ‚ÂÚËÚ¸/
̇ıÓ‰ËÚÂÒ¸ ‚Ì ‰Óχ ËÎË ÓÙËÒ‡. Á‡‚Â¯ËÚ¸,Í·‚Ë¯Ë ‰Îfl
ÛÔ‡‚ÎÂÌËfl ÔÓË„˚‚‡ÚÂÎÂÏ,
„ÛÎflÚÓ Á‚Û͇,Í·‚˯‡
\ ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚

àÌÙÓχˆËÓÌÌ˚È ÍÓÏÔÎÂÍÚ/CD ì‰ÂʇÌËÂ Ë ÏËÍÓÙÓÌ.


Ç˚ ÏÓÊÂÚ ÔÓ‰Íβ˜‡Ú¸ LJ¯
ÚÂÎÂÙÓÌ Í ÍÓÏÔ¸˛ÚÂÛ ‰Îfl
Ó·ÏÂ̇ ‰‡ÌÌ˚ÏË.

ÇÌËχÌËÂ
• ÇÒ„‰‡ ËÒÔÓθÁÛÈÚ ÚÓθÍÓ ÓË„Ë̇θÌ˚ ÍÓÏÔÎÂÍÚÛ˛˘Ë ‰ÂÚ‡ÎË ÍÓÏÔ‡ÌËË LG, ‚ ÔÓÚË‚ÌÓÏ ÒÎÛ˜‡Â
„‡‡ÌÚËfl ̇ ‰‡ÌÌÓ ӷÓÛ‰Ó‚‡ÌË ‡ÒÔÓÒÚ‡ÌflÚ¸Òfl Ì ·Û‰ÂÚ.
• ÄÍÒÂÒÒÛ‡˚ ÏÓ„ÛÚ ‡Á΢‡Ú¸Òfl ‚ ‡ÁÌ˚ı „ËÓ̇ı, ÔÓ˝ÚÓÏÛ ˜ÚÓ·˚ ÔÓÎÛ˜ËÚ¸ ·ÓΠÚÓ˜ÌÛ˛ ËÌÙÓχˆË˛
Ò‚flÊËÚÂÒ¸ Ò Ô‰ÒÚ‡‚ËÚÂÎÂÏ.

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íÂıÌ˘ÂÒÍË ı‡‡ÍÚÂËÒÚËÍË
é·˘ËÂ
ç‡ËÏÂÌÓ‚‡ÌË èÓ‰ÛÍÚ‡ : M6100
ÑˇԇÁÓÌ : GSM 900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900

ùÍÒÔÎÛ‡Ú‡ˆËÓÌÌ˚ íÂÏÔÂ‡ÚÛ˚
å‡ÍÒ. : +55°C (á‡flʇڸ ·‡Ú‡² ÌÂθÁfl)
+45°C (á‡fl‰Í‡ ·‡Ú‡ÂË ‚ÓÁÏÓÊ̇)
åËÌ.: -10°C

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WELCOME

| WELCOME
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ENGLISH
M6100 USER’S GUIDE
Some of contents in this manual may differ from your
phone depending on the software of the phone or your
service provider.
Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the product
is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of separately from the
municipal waste stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government
or the local authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office,
waste disposal service or the shop where you purchased the product.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

| Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION 5 SELECTING FUNCTIONS AND OPTIONS 31
GUIDELINES FOR SAFE AND EFFICIENT USE 6 PROFILES 32
Activate 32
M6100 FEATURES 10
Personalise 32
Parts of the phone 10
Rename 33
Display Information 14
GETTING STARTED 16 CALL REGISTER 34
Missed calls 34
Installing the SIM card and battery 16
Received calls 34
Charging the Battery 17
Dialled calls 34
Disconnecting the adapter 18
Delete recent calls 35
Turning your phone on and off 19
Call charges 35
Access codes 19
GPRS information 36
GENERAL FUNCTIONS 21
Making and answering calls 21
TOOLS 37
Alarm clock 37
Adjusting the volume 22
Bluetooth 37
Answering a call 22
Calculator 38
Entering text 23
Unit converter 38
In-call menu 25
World time 39
MENU TREE 29 Answering phone 39
Modem 40

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
\ Table of Contents

ORGANISER 41 SETTINGS 63
Contacts 41 Date &Time 63
Calendar 44 Phone settings 63
Memo 45 Call settings 64
Security settings 66
MESSAGES 46
Network settings 69
New message 46
GPRS setting 69
Inbox 49
Reset settings 69
Outbox 50
Memory status 70
Drafts 51
Listen to voice mail 51 SERVICE 71
Info message 52 Internet 72
Templates 52 SIM service 75
Settings 53
DOWNLOADS 76
MULTIMEDIA 56 Games & Apps 76
MP3 56 Images 77
Camera 58 Sounds 77
Video camera 58 File Storage 78
My Photos 59
ACCESSORIES 81
My video 59
Voice recorder 60 TECHNICAL DATA 82
Karaoke 60
Settings 62

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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of the advanced

| Introduction
and compact M6100 mobile phone, designed to
operate with the latest digital mobile
communication technology.

This user’s guide contains important information on


the use and operation of this phone. Please read all
the information carefully for optimal performance
and to prevent any damage to or misuse of the
phone. Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved in this user’s guide could void your
warranty for this equipment.

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GUIDELINES FOR SAFE AND EFFICIENT USE
Please read these simple guidelines. Not following • While there may be differences between the SAR
\ Guidelines for safe and efficient use

these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. levels of various LG phone models, they are all
Further detailed information is given in this manual. designed to meet the relevant guidelines for
exposure to radio waves.
Exposure to radio frequency • The SAR limit recommended by the international
Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
energy (ICNIRP), which is 2W/kg averaged over ten (10)
Radio wave exposure and Specific Absorption Rate gram of tissue.
(SAR) information • The highest SAR value for this model phone tested
This mobile phone model M6100 has been designed by DASY4 for use at the ear is 0.150 W/kg (10g).
to comply with applicable safety requirement for
exposure to radio waves. This requirement is based
on scientific guidelines that include safety margins Product care and maintenance
designed to assure the safety of all persons, WARNING! Only use batteries, chargers and
regardless of age and health. accessories approved for use with this particular
• The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a unit phone model. The use of any other types may
of measurement known as the Specific invalidate any approval or warranty applying to
Absorption Rate, or SAR. Tests for SAR are the phone, and may be dangerous.
conducted using standardized methods with the • Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to a qualified
phone transmitting at its highest certified power service technician when repair work is required.
level in all used frequency bands. • Keep away from electrical appliances such as a
TV, radio or personal computer.

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• The unit should be kept away from heat sources Electronics devices

| Guidelines for safe and efficient use


such as radiators or cookers.
All mobile phones may get interference, which
• Do not drop.
could affect performance.
• Do not subject this unit to mechanical vibration or • Do not use your mobile phone near medical
shock. equipment without requesting permission. Avoid
• The coating of the phone may be damaged if placing the phone over pacemakers (i.e. in your
covered with wrap or vinyl wrapper. breast pocket.)
• Use dry cloth to clean the exterior of the unit. • Some hearing aids might be disturbed by mobile
(Do not use solvent such as benzene, thinner or phones.
alcohol.) • Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs,
• Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke or etc.
dust.
• Do not keep the phone next to credit cards or Road safety
transport tickets; it can affect the information on
the magnetic strips. Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile
phones in the areas when you drive.
• Do not tap the screen with a sharp object as it
may damage the phone. • Do not use a hand-held phone while driving.
• Do not expose the phone to liquid or moisture. • Give full attention to driving.
• Use the accessories like an earphone cautiously. • Use a hands-free kit, if available.
Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily. • Pull off the road and park before making or
answering a call if driving conditions so require.

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GUIDELINES FOR SAFE AND EFFICIENT USE
• RF energy may affect some electronic systems in In aircraft
\ Guidelines for safe and efficient use

your motor vehicle such as car stereo or safety


equipment. Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft.
• When your vehicle is equipped with an air bag, do • Turn off your mobile phone before boarding any
not obstruct with installed or portable wireless aircraft.
equipment. It can cause serious injury due to • Do not use it on the ground without crew
improper performance. permission.

Blasting area Children


Do not use the phone where blasting is in progress. Keep the phone in a safe place out of small
Observe restrictions, and follow any regulations or children’s reach. It includes small parts which if
rules. detached may cause a choking hazard.

Potentially explosive Emergency calls


atmospheres Emergency calls may not be available under all
cellular networks. Therefore, you should never
• Do not use the phone at a refueling point. Don’t
depend solely on the phone for emergency calls.
use near fuel or chemicals.
Check with your local service provider.
• Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or
explosives in the compartment of your vehicle,
which contains your mobile phone and
accessories.

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Battery information and care

| Guidelines for safe and efficient use


• You do not need to completely discharge the
battery before recharging. Unlike other battery
systems, there is no memory effect that could
compromise the battery’s performance.
• Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers
are designed to maximize the battery life.
• Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery
pack.
• Keep the metal contacts of the battery pack clean.
• Replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. The battery pack may
be recharged hundreds of times until it needs
replacing.
• Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a
long time to maximize usability.
• Do not expose the battery charger to direct
sunlight or use it in high humidity, such as the
bathroom.
• Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, this
may deteriorate the battery performance.

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M6100 FEATURES
Parts of the phone
\ M6100 features

Front view Right side view

2 3

4
1

1. Up/down side keys 3. Headset jack


• Controls the volume of keypad tone in standby • Connect a headset here.
mode with the phone open.
4. Camera/MP3 key
• Controls the earpiece volume during a phone Open the slide to reveal the camera lens.
call.
• Press this key shortly to enter Multimedia menu
2. LCD screen directly.
• Press this key for a long time to activate MP3.

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| M6100 features
Rear view
1. Camera lens
1 2 Dirt on the camera lens could affect the image
quality.
2. Flash
3. Holes for a carrying strap
5 4. Battery latch
3 Press this button to remove the battery cover.
4 5. Battery pack
6. SIM card socket
6
7 7. SIM card terminals
8 8. Battery terminals
9
9. Charger connector/Cable connector

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M6100 FEATURES
Open view
\ M6100 features

Note
1 To prevent the difficulty in hearing of the other
side, slide open while using phone.

1. Earpiece
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2. Left soft key
Performs the function indicated by the text on the
7 screen immediately above it.
2 8 3. Send key
9
3 10 Dials a phone number and answers incoming
calls. You can also quickly access the latest
11 incoming, outgoing and missed calls by pressing
the key in standby mode.
4. Alphanumeric keys
4 Enter numbers, letters and some special
12 characters.
5

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| M6100 features
5. Microphone 11. Clear key
Can be muted during a call for privacy. Deletes a character with each press. Hold the
key down to clear all input. Use this key to go
6. Main screen
back to a previous screen.
Displays phone status icons, menu items, Web
information, pictures and more in full colour. 12. Special function keys
• 0 : A long press of this key enters the
7. Navigation keys
international call character “+”.
Use to scroll through menus and move the
cursor. • # : While keying in a phone number, a long
press of this key enters a pause.
8. Right soft key
Performs the function indicated by the text on
the screen immediately above it.
9. Confirm key
Selects menu options and confirms actions.
10. End/Power key
Used to end a call or reject a call and also to go
back to standby mode. Hold this key down to turn
the phone on/off.

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M6100 FEATURES
Display Information Icon Description
\ M6100 features

The table below describes various display Indicates that you are roaming on
indicators or icons that appear on the phone’s another network.
display screen.
Indicates that GPRS service is
On-Screen Icons available.
Indicates the alarm has been set and
Icon Description is on.
Indicates the strength of the network
Indicates the status of the battery
signal. ❈
charge.
Indicates a call is in progress.
Indicates the receipt of a message.

✒✖❈ The quality of the conversation may Indicates the receipt of a voice
change depending on network coverage. message.
When the signal strength is below 2 bars, Indicates that the vibration ringer has
you may experience muting, call drop and been set.
bad audio. Please take the network bars
as indicator for your calls. When there are Indicates the Loud profile is activated.
no bars, that means that there is no
network coverage: in this case, you won’t Indicates the Silent profile is activated.
be able to access the network for any Indicates the Headset profile is
activated.

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Icon Description

| M6100 features
Indicates the General profile is
activated.
Indicates that the phone is accessing
the WAP.
Indicates that you are using GPRS.
Agenda event set
Call divert service active
Bluetooth enabled

Note
• When the status of the battery indicates low,
you may not use Camera or Multimedia
function.
• While using Multimedia function, the status of
the battery is changeable.

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GETTING STARTED
Installing the SIM card and 2. Install the SIM card.
Insert the SIM card into the holder. Slide the SIM
battery
\ Getting started

card into the SIM card holder. Make sure that the
Make sure the power is off before you remove the SIM card is inserted properly and that the gold
battery. contact area on the card is facing downwards. To
remove the SIM card, press down lightly and pull
1. Remove the battery. it in the reverse direction.
Press the button to release the battery, then slide
the battery down till it stops. Now lift the battery
from its compartment.

To insert the SIM card To remove the SIM card

Caution!
Note The metal contact of the SIM card can be easily
Removing the battery from the phone when the damaged by scratches. Pay special attention to
power is on may cause the phone to the SIM card while handling. Follow the
malfunction. instructions supplied with the SIM card.

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3. Install the battery. 1. With the arrow facing you as shown in the
diagram push the plug on the battery adapter into

| Getting started
the socket on the bottom of the phone until it
clicks into place.
2. Connect the other end of the mains adapter to the
mains socket. Only use the charger included in
the box.
3. The moving bars of battery icon will stop after
charging is complete.
Charging the Battery
To connect the mains adapter to the phone, you Caution
must have installed the battery. • Do not force the connector as this may
damage the phone and/or the charger.
• If you use the battery pack charger out of your
own country, use an attachment plug adapter
for the proper configuration.
• Do not remove your battery or the SIM card
while charging.

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GETTING STARTED

Warning
• Unplug the power cord and charger during
\ Getting started

lightning storms to avoid electric shock or fire.


• Make sure that no sharp-edged items such as
animal teeth or nails come into contact with
the battery. There is a risk of this causing a
fire.
• Do not place or answer calls while charging
the phone as it may short-circuit the phone
and/or cause electric shock or fire.
Note
• Ensure the battery is fully charged before
Disconnecting the adapter using the phone for the first time.
Disconnect the travel adapter from the phone by • Do not remove the battery or SIM card while
pressing its side buttons as shown in the diagram. charging.
1. When charging is finished, the moving bars of the • In the case the battery is not properly
charged, please turn the phone off and on
battery icon stop and ‘Full’ is displayed on the
using the power key. Then detach and
screen. reattach the battery, and recharge the phone.
2. Unplug the adapter from the power outlet.
Disconnect the adapter from the phone by
pressing the grey tabs on both sides of the
connector and pull the connector out.

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Turning your phone on and off Access codes
You can use the access codes described in this

| Getting started
Turning your phone ON
section to avoid unauthorised use of your phone.
1. Install a battery to the handset and connect the The access codes (except PUK and PUK2 codes)
phone to an external power source such as the can be changed by using the Change codes feature
travel adapter, cigarette lighter adapter or hands- [Menu 7-4-6].
free car kit. Or install a charged battery pack to
the handset. PIN code (4 to 8 digits)
2. Press and hold E for a few seconds until the The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code
LCD screen is turned on. protects your SIM card against unauthorised use.
3. Depending on the status of the PIN code request The PIN code is usually supplied with the SIM card.
setting you may need to enter your PIN code. When the PIN code request is set to Enable, your
phone will request the PIN code every time the
Turning your phone OFF phone is switched on. When the PIN code request
1. Press and hold E for a few seconds until the is set to Disable, your phone connects to the
LCD screen is turned off. network directly without the PIN code.

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GETTING STARTED
PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits) Security code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is The security code protects the unauthorised use of
\ Getting started

required to access functions such as Advice of Call your phone. The default security code is set to ‘0000’
Charge and Fixed dial number. These functions are and the security code is required to delete all phone
only available if supported by your SIM card. Check entries and to activate the Reset settings menu.
with your network operator for further information. Also, the security code is required to enable or
disable the phone lock function to prevent
PUK code (4 to 8 digits) unauthorised use of the phone. The security code
The PUK (PIN Unblocking Key) code is required to default setting can be modified from the Security
unlock a PIN blocked phone. The PUK code may be settings menu.
supplied with the SIM card. If not, contact your
network operator for the code. If you lose the code, Barring password
also contact your network operator. The barring password is required when you use the
Call barring function. You can obtain the password
PUK2 code (4 to 8 digits) from your network operator when you subscribe to
The PUK2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is this function.
required to change a blocked PIN2 code. If you lose
the code, please contact your network operator.

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GENERAL FUNCTIONS
Making and answering calls Making an international call
1. Press and hold the 0 key for the international
Making a call prefix. The ‘+’ character automatically selects the

| General Functions
1. Make sure your phone is switched on. international access code.
2. Enter a phone number, including the area code. 2. Enter the country code, area code, and the phone
• Press and hold the clear key (C) to erase the number.
entire number. 3. Press S to call the number.
3. Press the send key (S) to call the number.
Ending a call
4. To end the call, press the end key (E) or the right
When you have finished your call, press the end
soft key.
(E) key.
Making a call from the call history list
Making a call from the phonebook
1. In standby mode, press the send key (S), and the
You can save the names and phone numbers dialled
latest incoming, outgoing and missed phone
regularly in Contacts. You can save them to the SIM
numbers will be displayed.
card and/or phone memory. You can dial a number
2. Select the desired number by using the up/down by simply looking up the desired name in the
navigation keys. phonebook and pressing the (S) key.
3. Press S to call the number.

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GENERAL FUNCTIONS
Adjusting the volume Note
If you want to adjust the earpiece volume during a If Press any key has been set as the answer
mode any key press will answer a call except
\ General Functions

call, use the side keys ([) . Press the up side key to
increase and down side key to decrease the for the E or the right soft key.
volume.
• To reject an incoming call, press and hold one
Note of the side keys on the left side of the
In standby mode with the phone open/closed, phonewithout opening the phone.
pressing the side keys adjusts the key tone • You can answer a call while using the address
volume. book or other menu features.
2. To end the call, close the phone or press the
E key.
Answering a call
When you receive a call, the phone rings and the Manner mode (Quick)
flashing phone icon appears on the screen. If the You can activate the manner mode by pressing and
caller can be identified, the caller’s phone number holding down the L key after opening the phone.
(or name/photo if saved in the phonebook) is
displayed. Signal strength
1. To answer an incoming call, open the phone. You can check the strength of your signal by the
(When Slide open has been set as the answer signal indicator ( ) on the LCD screen of your
mode. [Menu 7.3.2].) phone. Signal strength can vary, particularly inside
buildings. Moving near to a window may improve
reception.

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Entering text 123 mode (Number mode)
You can enter alphanumeric characters by using Type numbers using one keystroke per number.
To change to 123 mode in a text entry field, press

| General Functions
the phone’s keypad. For example, storing names in
the phonebook, writing a message, creating a the # key until 123 mode is displayed.
personal greeting.
Changing the text input mode
The following text input methods are available in the
1. When you are in a field that text input mode
phone.
allows characters to be 160 1 T9Abc

T9 mode entered, you will notice the


text input mode indicator in
This mode lets you enter words with only one
the top right corner of the
keystroke per letter. Each key on the keypad has
LCD screen.
more than one letter. The T9 mode automatically
compares your keystrokes with an internal 2. Change the text input mode Options Insert

dictionary to determine the correct word, thus by pressing #. You can


requiring far fewer keystrokes than the traditional check the current text input mode in the top right
ABC mode. This is sometimes known as predictive corner of the LCD screen.
text.
Using the T9 mode
ABC mode The T9 predictive text input mode lets you enter
This mode lets you enter letters by pressing the key words easily with a minimum number of key
labelled with the required letter once, twice, three presses. As you press each key, the phone begins to
or four times until the letter is displayed. display the characters that it thinks you are typing
based on the built-in dictionary.

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GENERAL FUNCTIONS
You can also add new words in the dictionary. As mode. You can also turn off the T9 mode by
new words are added, the word changes to reflect selecting T9 off. The default setting on the phone
the most likely candidate from the dictionary. You is T9 enabled mode.
\ General Functions

can turn the T9 mode on or off, and change the T9 2. Enter the whole word before editing or deleting
language by holding down the (*) key. any keystrokes.
1. When you are in the T9 predictive text input mode, 3. Complete each word with a space by pressing the
start entering a word by pressing keys 2 to 0 key. To delete letters, press C. Press and
9. Press one key per letter. hold down C to erase entire words.
• The word changes as letters are typed. Ignore
what’s on the screen until the word is typed Note
completely. To exit from the text input mode without saving
• If the word is still incorrect after typing your input, press E. The phone goes back to
completely, press the down navigation key once standby mode.
or more to cycle through the other word options.
Example: Press 4 6 6 3 to type Good. Using the ABC mode
Press 4 6 6 3 [down Use the 2 to 9 keys to enter your text.
navigation key] to type Home.
1. Press the key labelled with the required letter:
• If the desired word is missing from the word
choice list, add it using the ABC mode. • Once for the first letter.
• You can select the language of the T9 mode. • Twice for the second letter.
Press the left soft key [Option], then select T9 • And so on.
languages. Select the desired language of T9

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2. To insert a space, press the 0 key once. To Using the 123 (Number) mode
delete letters, press the C key. Press and hold The 123 mode enables you to enter numbers in a
down the C key to clear the whole display. text message (a telephone number, for example).

| General Functions
Note Press the keys corresponding to the required digits
before manually switching back to the appropriate
Refer to the table below for more information on
the characters available using the alphanumeric text entry mode. You can quickly switch from letters
keys. to numbers by pressing and holding down the (#)
key.
Characters in the order display
Key
Upper Case Lower Case In-call menu
1 .,/?!-:’"1 .,/?!-:’"1 Your phone provides a number of control functions
2 ABC2 abc2
that you can use during a call. To access these
functions during a call, press the left soft key
3 DEF3 def3
[Options].
4 GHI4 ghi4
During a call
5 JKL5 jkl5
The menu displayed on the handset screen during a
6 MNO6 mno6
call is different to the default main menu displayed
7 PQRS7 pqrs7 when in standby mode, and the options are
8 TUV8 tuv8 described below.
9 WXYZ9 wxyz9

0 Space 0 Space 0

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GENERAL FUNCTIONS
Making a second call If Call waiting is activated, you can put the first call
You can get a number you wish to dial from the on hold and answer the second, by pressing S or
phonebook to make a second call. Press the right by selecting the left soft key, then Hold & Answer.
\ General Functions

soft key then select Search. To save the dialled You can end the current call and answer the waiting
number into the phonebook during a call, press the call by selecting the left soft key and then End &
right soft key then select Add new. Answer.

Switching between two calls Rejecting an incoming call


To switch between two calls, press the left soft key You can reject an incoming call without answering
then select Swap. by simply pressing the E key.
During a call, you can reject an incoming call by
Answering an incoming call pressing the left soft key [Menu] key and selecting
To answer an incoming call when the handset is the Conference/Reject or by pressing the E.
ringing, simply press S the key. The handset is also
able to warn you of an incoming call while you are Muting the microphone
already on a call. A tone sounds in the earpiece, and You can mute the microphone during a call by
the display will show that a second call is waiting. pressing the [Options] key then selecting Mute on.
This feature, known as Call waiting, is only available The handset can be unmuted by selecting Mute off.
if your network supports it. For details of how to When the handset is muted, the caller cannot hear
activate and deactivate it see Call waiting [Menu you, but you can still hear them.
7.3.4].

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Switching DTMF tones on during a call Making a second call
To turn DTMF tones on during a call, press the left You can make a second call while currently on a
soft key, and then select DTMF on. DTMF tones can call. Enter the second number and press the S key.

| General Functions
be turned off the same way. DTMF tones allow your When the second call is connected, the first call is
phone to make use of an automated switchboard. automatically placed on hold. You can swap
between calls by pressing the left soft key then
Multiparty or conference calls selecting Swap.
The multiparty or conference service provides you
with the ability to have a simultaneous conversation Setting up a conference call
with more than one caller, if your network operator Place one call on hold and while the active call is
supports this feature. A multiparty call can only be on, press the left soft key and then select the
set up when you have one active call and one call Conference/Join all.
on hold, both calls having been answered. Once a
multiparty call is set up, calls can be added, Putting a conference call on hold
disconnected or separated (that is, removed from Press the left soft key, then select the
the multiparty call but still connected to you) by the Conference/Hold all.
person who set up the multiparty call. These options
are all available from the In-Call menu. The Activate the conference call on hold
maximum callers in a multiparty call are five. Once Press the left soft key, then select the
started, you are in control of the multiparty call, and Conference/Join all.
only you can add callers to the multiparty call.

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GENERAL FUNCTIONS
Adding calls to the conference call Ending a conference call
To add a call to an existing conference call, press The currently displayed caller from a conference
the left soft key, then select the Conference/Join all. call can be disconnected by pressing the E key.
\ General Functions

To end a conference call, press the left soft key,


Displaying callers in a conference call then select the Conference/End multiparty.
To scroll through the numbers of the callers who After pressing the left soft key, selecting
make up a conference call on the handset screen, Conference/End all will end all the active and on-
use the up/down navigation keys. hold calls.
Taking a private call during a conference call
To have a private call with one caller from a
conference call, display the number of the caller
you wish to talk to on the screen, then press the left
soft key. Select the Conference/Private to put all the
other callers on hold.

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MENU TREE

| Menu Tree
1 PROFILES 3 TOOLS 5 MESSAGES
1 Vibrate only 1 Alarm clock 1 New message
2 Silent 2 Bluetooth 2 Inbox
3 General 3 Calculator 3 Outbox
4 Loud 4 Unit converter 4 Drafts
5 Headset 5 World time 5 Listen to voice mail
6 Answering phone 6 Info message
7 Modem 7 Templates
8 Settings

2 CALL REGISTER
1 Missed calls
2 Received calls 4 ORGANISER
3 Dialled calls 1 Contacts
4 Delete recent calls 2 Calendar
5 Call charges 3 Memo
6 GPRS information

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MENU TREE
\ Menu Tree

6 MULTIMEDIA 7 SETTINGS 8 SERVICE


1 MP3 1 Date &Time 1 Internet
2 Camera 2 Phone settings 2 SIM service
3 Video camera 3 Call settings
4 My photos 4 Security settings
5 My videos 5 Network settings
6 Voice Recorder 6 GPRS setting
7 Karaoke 7 Reset settings
9 DOWNLOADS
8 Settings 8 Memory status
1 Games & Apps
2 Images
3 Sounds
4 File Storage

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SELECTING FUNCTIONS AND OPTIONS
Your phone offers a set of functions that allow you
to customise the phone. These functions are Menu Names

arranged in the menus and sub-menus, accessed


via the two soft keys marked [<] and [>]. Each
menu and sub-menu lets you view and alter the

| Selecting Functions and Options


settings of a particular function.
The role of the soft keys vary according to the Press the left soft key Press the right soft key
current context or the label on the bottom line of the to access the to access the
screen just above each key indicates its current available menu. available Names.
role.

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PROFILES
In Profiles, you can adjust and customise the phone • Call alert type: Set the alert type for incoming
tones for different events, environments, or caller calls.
groups. • Ring tone: Select the desired ring tone from the
There are five preset profiles: Vibrate only, Silent, list.
General, Loud and Headset. • Ring volume: Set the volume of the ringing tone.
\ Profiles

Each profile can be personalised. Press the left soft


key [Menu] and select Profiles using up/down Note
navigation keys. To protect the sense of hearing while Slide
open, maximum volume level is 3.
Activate Menu 1.x.1
1. A list of profiles is displayed.
• Message alert type: Set the alert type for
2. In the Profiles list, scroll to the profile you want to messages.
activate and press the left soft key < [OK] or OK
• Message tone: Select the alert tone for messages.
key.
• Keypad tone: Select the desired keypad tone.
3. Then, select Activate.
• Keypad volume: Set the volume of keypad tone.
Personalise Menu 1.x.2 • Slide tone: Allows to set the slide tone for
Scroll to the desired profile in the Profile list. After adjusting environment.
pressing the left soft key < or the OK key, select • Effect sound volume: Set the volume of effect
Personalise. The profile setting option opens. Set sound.
the options as required.

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• Power on/off volume: Set the volume of the ringing
tone when switching the phone on/off.
• Auto answer: This function will be activated only
when your phone is connected to the headset.
- Off: The phone will not answer automatically.

| Profiles
- After 5 secs: After 5 seconds, the phone will
answer automatically.
- After 10 secs: After 10 seconds, the phone will
answer automatically.

Rename Menu 1.x.3


You can rename a profile and give it any name you
want.
Note
Vibrate only, Silent and Headset profiles cannot
be renamed.

1. To change the name of a profile, scroll to the


profile in the profile list and after pressing the left
soft key < or the OK key, select Rename.
2. Key in the desired name and press the OK key or
the left soft key < [OK].

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CALL REGISTER
You can check the record of missed, received, and You can also:
dialled calls only if the network supports the Calling • View the number if available and call it, or save it in
Line Identification (CLI) within the service area. the phonebook
The number and name (if available) are displayed • Enter a new name for the number and save both in
together with the date and time at which the call the phonebook
was made. You can also view call times.
• Send a message to this number
\ Call register

• Delete the call from the list


Missed calls Menu 2.1
This option lets you view the last 10 unanswered calls.
You can also:
Dialled calls Menu 2.3
This option lets you view the last 20 outgoing calls
• View the number if available and call it, or save it in
(called or attempted).
the phonebook
You can also:
• Enter a new name for the number and save both in
the phonebook • View the number if available and call it or save it in
the phonebook
• Send a message to this number
• Enter new name for the number and save both in the
• Delete the call from the list
phonebook
• Send a message to this number
Received calls Menu 2.2
• Delete the call from the list
This option lets you view the last 10 incoming calls.

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Delete recent calls Menu 2.4 Call costs Menu 2.5.2
Allows you to delete Missed calls and Received Allows you to check the cost of your last call, all calls,
calls lists. You can delete Dialled calls and All calls remaining and reset the cost. To reset the cost, you
lists at one time. need to know your PIN2 code.

Settings (SIM Dependent) Menu 2.5.3


Call charges

| Call register
Menu 2.5 • Set tariff: You can set the currency type and the unit
price. Contact your service providers to obtain
Call duration Menu 2.5.1
charging unit prices. To select the currency or unit in
Allows you to view the duration of your incoming and this menu, you need the PIN2 code.
outgoing calls. You can also reset the call times. The
• Set credit: This network allows you to limit the cost of
following timers are available:
your calls by selected charging units. If you select
• Last call: Length of the last call. Read, the number of remaining unit is shown. If you
• All calls: Total length of all calls made and incoming select Change, you can change your change limit.
calls since the timer was last reset. • Auto display: This network service allows you to see
• Received calls: Length of the incoming calls. automatically the cost of your last calls. If set to On,
• Dialled calls: Length of the outgoing calls. you can see the last cost when the call is released.

• Reset all: Allows you to reset the timers of all calls by


pressing the left soft key < [Yes ].

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GPRS information Menu 2.6
You can check the amount of data transferred over the
network through the GPRS information option. In
addition, you can also view how much time you are
online.
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Call duration Menu 2.6.1


You can check the duration of Last call and All calls.
You can also reset the call timers.

Data volumes Menu 2.6.2


You can check the Sent (Last/All), Received (Last/All)
or All data volumes and Reset all.

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Alarm clock Menu 3.1 Depending on the file type, it will be stored in the
following folders:
You can set up to 5 alarm clocks to go off at a
specified time. • MP3: MP3 folder (Menu 6.1.2)
1. Select On and enter the alarm time you want. • Video (.3GP): video folder (Menu 6.5)
2. Select the repeat period: Once, Mon~Fri,
• Phonebook contacts (.VCF): Phonebook
Mon~Sat, Everyday.
(Menu 4.1.1)

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3. Select the alarm tone you want and press
< [OK]. • Other files: File storage folder (Menu 9.4)
4. Edit the alarm name and press < [OK].
Note
• Due to a compatibility problem, some devices
Bluetooth Menu 3.2 may not support this function.
Bluetooth enables compatible mobile devices, • Supported Bluetooth software
peripherals and computers that are in close (Bluetooth stacks) for DUN :
proximity to communicate directly with each other - WIDCOMM Bluetooth for Windows 1.4 and 3.0
without wires. This handset supports built-in
Bluetooth connectivity, which makes it possible to Paired devices Menu 3.2.1
connect them with compatible Bluetooth headsets, You can view all devices which are compatible with
computer applications and so on. your Bluetooth phone.
When you receive data from another Bluetooth
device, the phone requests for a confirmation. After
Handsfree devices Menu 3.2.2
confirming the transfer, the file will be copied in your You can view the list of handsfree devices which
phone. are compatible with your Bluetooth phone.

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Settings Menu 3.2.3
Note
You can register a new device which is compatible Use C key to erase any numbers or signs.
with Bluetooth. If you already have added the If you press * key, you can input a minus
device, you can connect to it after entering a number. In addition, press # key, you can
password (usually 0000). input a decimal number.

Calculator
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Menu 3.3
Unit converter Menu 3.4
This contains the standard functions such as +, –, x, ÷ :
This converts any measurement into a unit you
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division.
want. There are 7 types that can be converted into
1. Input the numbers by pressing numeric keys. units: Currency, Surface, Length, Weight, Temperature,
2. Use a navigation key to select a sign for calculation. Volume, and Velocity.
3. Then input the numbers. 1. You can select one of four unit types by pressing
< [Select] key.
4. Press O key to view the result.
5. To input the minus number, press * key. If you
2. Select the unit you want to convert by pressing
U and D.
press # key, you can enter decimal number.
6. To end Calculator, press the right soft key > [Back].
3. Select the standard value by using L, R.

Note
It is not available to input “-” symbol in unit
converter.

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World time Menu 3.5 Driving Menu 3.6.4
You can view clocks of the world’s major cities. You can adjust the answering phone mode as
Driving.
1. Select the city belonged to the time zone by
pressing L , R key. User defined 1, 2 Menu 3.6.5/6
2. You can set the current time to the city time you You can personalize answering phone mode, as you
select by pressing the left soft key < [Set]. want by recording your voice.

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The submenus
Answering phone Menu 3.6 • Activate
Allow you to set your phone into automatic Allows to Activate answering phone mode, which
answering mode for adjusting environment. you selected.
Deactivate Menu 3.6.1 • Listen to voice guide
Allow you to deactivate the answering phone mode. Allow you to listen to current voice guide, which
you selected.
General Menu 3.6.2 • Record new voice guide
You can adjust the answering phone mode as General. Allow you to record new voice guide for 15
seconds when you select User defined menu.
Meeting Menu 3.6.3
You can adjust the answering phone mode as Meeting.

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Recorded messages Menu 3.6.7 Ringing time Menu 3.6.8
It shows the list of recorded messages including Allow you to set your phone when the answering
recorder’s name and recorded time at the bottom of mode will be activated.
the screen. • After 3 Secs: After 3 Seconds your phone will be
• Play: You can listen the recorded voice messages. activated to answering phone mode.
• Delete: You can delete the listened voice • After 5 Secs: After 5 Seconds your phone will be
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messages. activated to answering phone mode.


• Call: You can call back to the caller who leave • After 10 Secs: After 10 Seconds your phone will be
voice message by using this function. activated to answering phone mode.
• Save: You can save phone number from the
recorded voice messages. Modem Menu 3.7
• Write short message: You can send a short text You can access the network services through
message to the caller who leave voice message. Modem. If you want to use PCsync, Contents banks,
Internet Cube, you should access the menu and
activate the modem and then plug in the USB cable.

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ORGANISER
Contacts Menu 4.1 • Write text/multimedia message: After you have
found the number you want, you can send a
Note text/multimedia message to the selected
number.
In standby mode, press right soft key >
[Contacts] to access directly. • Send via Bluetooth: You can send the data of
phone book to devices which is compatible with
Bluetooth through Bluetooth.
Search Menu 4.1.1
(Calling from phonebook) • Copy: You can copy an entry from SIM to phone

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or from phone to SIM.
1. Select Search by press the left soft key <
[Select] or [OK]. • Main number: You can select the one out of
mobile, home, office that you often use. After
Note you set this, the main number will be displayed
first, when you search.
Instant searching is available by inputting the
initial letter of the name you want to search. • Delete: You can delete an entry.

2. If you want to edit, delete or copy an entry, select Add new Menu 4.1.2
the left soft key < [Options]. The following menu You can add phonebook entry by using this function.
will be displayed. Phone memory capacity is 1000 entries. SIM card
• Edit: You can edit the name, number, group, memory capacity depends on the service provider.
character and picture by using the navigation The number of characters you can save in the SIM
key. card is a SIM dependent feature.

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1. Select Add new by pressing the left soft key < • Group icon: Allows you to select the icon
[Select] or [OK]. dependent on Group.
2. Select the memory you want to save to: SIM or • Add member: You can add group members. Each
Phone. If you set to Phone, you need to select group should not exceed 20 members.
which number you want as Main number. • Remove member: You can remove the member
a. Press < [OK] to input a name. from the Group member list. But the name and the
b. Press < [Save], then you can input a number. number will remain in the phonebook.
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c. Press < [Save]. • Rename: You can change a group name.


d. You can set a group for the entry by Speed dial Menu 4.1.4
pressing L , R .
Assign contacts to any of the keys 2 to 9. You
e. You can set a character and a picture for the can then call that contact by pressing the
entry by pressing U , D , L , R.
corresponding number key.
Caller groups Menu 4.1.3 1. Open the phonebook first by pressing the Right
You can add up to 20 members per group, with up to soft key > [Contacts] in standby mode.
a maximum of 7 groups in total. 2. Scroll to Speed dial, then press the left soft key
• Member list: Shows the group members you have < [OK].
selected. 3. If you want to add Speed dial, select (empty).
• Group ring tone: Allows you to specify ring tone Then, you can search the name in phonebook.
for the group members’ call. 4. After assigning the number as speed dial, you can
change and delete the entry. You can also make a
call or send a message to this number.

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Settings Menu 4.1.5 Copy all Menu 4.1.6
1. Press the right soft > [Contacts] in standby You can copy/move entries from SIM card memory
mode. to Phone memory and vice versa.
2. Scroll to Settings, then press the left soft key 1. Open the Phonebook first by pressing the right
< [OK]. soft key > [Contacts] in standby mode.
• Set memory: Scroll to highlight Set memory, and 2. Scroll to Copy all, and then press the left soft key
then press the left soft key < [OK]. < [OK] to enter this menu.

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- If you select Variable, when adding entry, the • SIM to Phone: You can copy/move the entries
phone will ask whether you wish to store on the from SIM Card to Phone memory.
sim or phone. • Phone to SIM: You can copy/move the entries
- If you select SIM or Phone, the phone will store from Phone memory to SIM Card.
an entry to SIM or phone.
3. You can see the following submenus.
• View options: Scroll to highlight View options,
• Keep original: When copying, the Original Dial
and then press the left soft key < [OK].
Number is kept.
- Name only: Set the phonebook list by displaying
• Delete original: When copying, the Original Dial
the name only.
Number is erased.
- With pictures: Set the phonebook list with the
information of character and picture. Delete all Menu 4.1.7
- Name & number: Set the phonebook list by You can delete all entries in the SIM and Phone.
displaying the name and number. This function requires the Security code.
1. Press the right soft key > [Contacts] in standby
mode and select Delete all, press < [OK].

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2. Highlight the memory you wish to erase, and then 1. Open the phonebook first by pressing the right
press the left soft key < [OK]. soft key > [Contacts] in standby mode.
3. Enter the security code and press the left soft key Select Information by pressing the left soft key
< [OK].
< [OK] or the right soft key > [Back].
2. Scroll to Memory status, then press the left soft
Information Menu 4.1.8 key < [OK].
• Service dial number • Own number (SIM dependent)
Use this function to access a particular list of You can check and save your own number in the
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services provided by your network operator (if SIM card.


supported by the SIM card).
1. Open the phonebook first by pressing the right Calendar Menu 4.2
soft key > [Contacts] in standby mode and
select Information. When you enter this menu a Calendar will be
displayed. The month and year are shown at the top
2. Scroll to Service dial number, then press the
left soft key < [OK] to enter. of the screen. Whenever you change the date under
the Settings menu, the calender will update
3. The names of the available services will be shown. automatically. The current date will be highlighted in
4. Use U and D to select a service. green and any schedule or memos will be indicated
Press S [Send]. with a red triangle at the top left hand corner of the
• Memory status corresponding square. An audible alarm can be set
This feature allows you to see how many entries for memo's and reminders.
are in use, or free in your phonebook.

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To change the day, month, and year. Delete all Menu 4.2.4
You can delete all notes.
Key Description
13 Yearly Go to date Menu 4.2.5
*# Monthly You can go to the chosen date directly.
UD Weekly Set alarm tone Menu 4.2.6
LR Daily You can set the alarm tone.

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In the scheduler mode, press left soft key <
[Options] as follows; Memo Menu 4.3

Add new Menu 4.2.1 1. Select the Memo by pressing the left soft key
< [OK].
Allows you to add a new schedule for the chosen
day. Input the subject and then press the left soft 2. If the entry is empty, add new by pressing the left
key < [OK]. soft key < [Add].
3. Input the memo and then press the left soft key
View daily schedules Menu 4.2.2 < [OK].
You can refer to a detailed schedule, that is the
whole contents of the schedule configured by you. Note
If you want to change the text input mode, press
Delete past Menu 4.2.3 the # in order.
You can delete the past schedule that is no longer
required.

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MESSAGES
Press the Menu key (<) and select Messages 2. After you complete the message, to select the
using navigation keys. required option, press the left soft key [Options].
Your phone receives voice mail notification messages The following options are available.
and Short Message Service (SMS) messages. • Send: Enter the number or select the number
Voice mail and SMS are network services. Please from the phonebook or the recent numbers. You
contact your network operator for more information. can send a message up to 6 phone numbers at a
time. Press the left soft key [Options]. The
When the icon appears, you have received a new
following options will be displayed.
voice mail. When the icon appears, you have
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received a new text message. If the message memory 1. Send (It only shows after a phone number is
is full, a message is displayed, the icon flashes and entered)
you cannot receive any new messages. Use the Delete 2. Recent list
option in the Inbox menu to delete obsolete messages. 3. Contact list
Once there is space in the message memory, any • Save to drafts: Allows you to save the message
undelivered SMS messages will be received (provided so that it can be sent later.
sufficient space is available). • Font: Sets the font size and style.
• Colour: You can also set colour of the text
New message Menu 5.1 (foreground) and the background.
• Alignment: You can set the position of the
Write text message Menu 5.1.1 message – Right, Centre or Left.
1. Key in your message. For details on how to enter text,
refer to page 24 through 26 (Entering Text).

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• Add T9 dictionary: You can add your own • Text templates: You can use text templates
words. This menu will only be shown when the already set in the phone.
edit mode has been set to T9ABC/T9Abc/T9abc. • Contacts: You can add phone numbers in the
• T9 languages: Select the desired language for message.
T9 input mode. You can also deactivate the T9 • Symbol: You can attach special characters.
input mode by selecting ‘T9 off ’.
• My business card: You can attach your name
• Exit: If you select this whilst writing a message, card.
you will be taken back to the message menu.
Also the written message will not have been Write multimedia message Menu 5.1.2

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saved.
A multimedia message can contain text, images,
3. You can also send attachments with the message and/or sound clips. This feature can be used only if
by pressing the right soft key [Insert], while you’re it is supported by your network operator or service
entering a message. provider. Only devices that offer compatible
• Images: You can send and receive text multimedia message or e-mail features can receive
messages that contain pictures, known as and send multimedia messages.
‘picture messages’. Several preset pictures are 1. Key in the multimedia message. Using the right
available in the phone and they can be replaced soft key, you can input symbols and numbers, or
with new ones received from other sources. use T9 input mode. After the multimedia message
• Sounds: If available, you can attach a sound input, press the left soft key [OK].
available for a short message.

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2. Add an image and/or sound. You can move to the • Set slide format
next section using the up/down navigation. - Set timer: You can set the timer for slide, text,
3. You can add a slide by option menu using the picture and sound.
left soft key. If press the left key and select - Swap text and picture: You can switch the
“Add slide” from the option menu, you can add position of picture and text of the message.
the new slide. • Remove media: You can remove a picture or
4. Press the left soft key [Options]. The following sound in the slide. This option can be shown
options are available. only when any media file has been added.
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• Send: Supports multiple numbers and email • Add T9 dictionary: You can add your own word.
addresses. This menu will only be shown when the edit
• Preview: Displays the multimedia message you mode has been set to T9ABC/T9Abc/T9abc.
wish to send. • T9 languages: Select the language for T9 input
• Save: Saves the multimedia message in drafts mode. You can also deactivate the T9 input
or as a template. mode by selecting ‘T9 off’.
• Add slide: Adds a slide before or after the • Exit: If you select this whilst writing a message,
current slide. you will be taken back to the message menu.
Also the written message will not have been
• Move to slide: Moves to the next or previous saved.
slide.
5. Press the right soft key [Insert]. You can insert a
• Delete slide: Deletes the selected slide.
symbol, photo, or create a new photo, sound, new
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Inbox Menu 5.2 SIM message
You will be alerted when you have received SIM message means that the message is
messages. They will be stored in the Inbox. exceptionally stored in the SIM card. You can
move this message to the phone.
In the Inbox, you can identify each message by
icons. For detail, see the icon directive.
When you are notified that you have received a
Icon Icon directive multimedia message, you have to wait for the
message to be downloaded before you can view it.
Multimedia message

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To read a message, select one of the messages by
Short message
pressing the left soft key <.
SIM message
• View: You can view the received messages.
Read multimedia message
• Delete: You can delete the current message.
Read text message
• Reply: You can reply to the sender.
Push message
• Forward: You can forward the selected message
Read push message to another party.
Notified multimedia message • Return call: You can call back to the sender.
If the phone shows ‘No space for SIM message’, • Information: You can view information about
you only have to delete the SIM messages from the received messages; Sender’s address, Subject
Inbox. If the phone displays ‘No space for message’, (only for Multimedia message), Message date &
you will then need to delete messages, media or time, Message type, Message size.
applications to free up space. • Delete all: You can delete all messages.

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MESSAGES
Specific MMS options Outbox Menu 5.3
• Repeat: Allows you to repeat reproduction of the
You can see the sent and unsent messages here.
selected multimedia message.
For sent messages, you can see the delivery status.
• Receive: (for multimedia message notification
The browsing is same as that for the inbox message.
only). Multimedia messages, unlike text
messages, must be downloaded from the server Icon Icon directive
automatically or manually. The network initially
MMS sent
sends multimedia message notification: If the Auto
retrieve option is off or an error has occurred, MMS unsent
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receipt must be confirmed by selecting [Receive]. MMS delivery confirmed


If the Auto retrieve option is on, the message is
SMS sent
automatically downloaded after receipt of
notification. SMS unsent
SMS delivery confirmed
Specific download message options
• Information: Shows the content of the When you already sent the message:
downloaded messages. • View: You can view the sent messages.
• Load: Launches the WAP connection to the URL • Forward: You can forward the current message to
contained in the download message. The phone other recipients.
must be configured for WAP services to download
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• Information: You can view information about This menu shows the preset multimedia message list.
outbox messages; Recipient’s address, Subject The following options are available.
(only for Multimedia message), Message date &
• View: You can see the multimedia messages.
time, Message type, Message size.
• Edit: Allows you to modify the chosen message.
• Delete all: You can delete all messages in the
outbox. • Delete: Deletes the message you choose.
When you didn’t send the message: • Information: To view the information of the
message.
• View: You can view messages you didn't.

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• Delete all: Deletes all of the messages in the
• Delete: You can delete the current message.
folder.
• Send: You can send the message.
• Information: You can view information about
outbox
Listen to voice mail Menu 5.5
This menu provides you with a quick way of
• Send all: You can send all the messages that have
accessing your voice mailbox (if provided by your
not been sent.
network). Before using this feature, you must enter
• Delete all: You can delete all messages that have the voice server number obtained from your
not been sent. network operator.
When new voice message is received, the
Drafts Menu 5.4 symbol will be displayed on the screen. Please
Using this menu, you can preset up to five multimedia check with your network provider for details of their
messages that you use most frequently. service in order to configure the handset correctly.

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Info message Menu 5.6 Templates Menu 5.7
(Dependant to network and subscription) There are pre-defined messages in the list. You can
Info service messages are text messages sent by view and edit the template messages or create new
the network to mobile phone users. They provide messages. Two types of templates are available:
general information such as weather reports, traffic Text and Multimedia.
news, taxis, pharmacies, and stock prices. When Text templates Menu 5.7.1
you receive an info service message, a popup
message will indicate a new message receipt or the • Please call me back.
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info service message will be displayed directly. In • I’m late. I will be there at
standby mode, the following options are available
• Where are you now?
when viewing info service messages.
• I am on the way.
Read Menu 5.6.1 • Top urgent. Please contact.
When you have received broadcast messages and • I love you.
select Read to view the message, it will be displayed
on the screen. The following options are available.
Topics Menu 5.6.2 • View: Views the selected message.
To create new topics, press the left soft key [Option] • Delete: Deletes the template.
then select Add new. If you already have topics, you • Add new: Uses this to create new template.
can deactivate, edit, or delete them by using the left
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• Send via: To send via Text message or Multimedia Settings Menu 5.8
message.
• Edit: Use this to edit the selected template. Text message Menu 5.8.1
• Delete all: Deletes all templates. • Message types: Text, Voice, Fax, Natl. paging,
X.400, Email, ERMES
Multimedia templates Menu 5.7.2 Usually, the type of message is set to Text. You
You can use the following options. can convert your text into alternative formats.
Contact your service provider for the availability of
• View: Views the selected message.
this function.

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• Delete: Deletes the template.
• Validity period: This network service allows you to
• Add new: Uses this to create new template. set how long your text messages will be stored at
• Send via: To send via Text message or Multimedia the message centre.
message. • Delivery report: If you set to Yes, you can check
• Edit: Use this to edit the selected template. whether your message is sent successfully.
• Delete all: Deletes all templates. • Reply charging: When a message is sent, it
allows the recipients to reply and charge the cost
My business card Menu 5.7.3 of the reply to your telephone bill. This feature is
This option helps you to make your own name card. not supported by some network operators.
Key in the name, mobile phone number, office • SMS centre: If you want to send the text message,
number, Fax number, and E-mail address. you can receive the address of SMS centre
through this menu.

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Multimedia message Menu 5.8.2 • Permitted message types
• Priority: You can set the priority of the message Personal: Personal message.
you choose. Advertisements: Commercial message.
• Validity period: This network service allows you to Information: Necessary information.
set how long your multimedia messages will be
stored at the message centre. Voice mailbox number Menu 5.8.3
• Delivery report: If it is set to Yes in this menu, you You can receive the voicemail if your network
can check whether your message is sent service provider supports this feature. When a new
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successfully. voicemail has arrived, the symbol will be displayed


on the screen. Please check with your network
• Auto retrieve: If you select On, you receive
service provider for details of their service in order
multimedia messages automatically. If you select
to configure the phone accordingly.
Off, you receive only notification message in the
inbox and then you can check this notification. If • Home: You can listen to voice mails by selecting
you select Home network only, you receive Home.
multimedia messages depends on Homenetwork. • Roaming: Even when you are in abroad, you can
• Network settings: If you select multimedia listen to voice mails if a roaming service is
message server, you can set URL for multimedia supported.
message server.

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Info message Menu 5.8.4
• Receive
Yes: If you select this menu, your phone will
receive Info service messages.
No: If you select this menu, your phone will not
receive Info service messages any more.
• Alert
Yes: Your phone will beep when you have

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received Info service message numbers.
No: Your phone will not beep even though you
have received info service messages.
• Languages
You can select the language you want by pressing
[On/Off]. Then, the info service message will be
shown in the language that you selected.

Push messages Menu 5.8.5


You can set the option whether you will receive the
message or not.

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MULTIMEDIA
MP3 Menu 6.1 • MP4, M4A: Sampling frequency up from 8KHz to
48KHz, Bit rate up to 320Kbps, stereo.
The M6100 has an integrated MP3 player built-in.
You can enjoy listening to MP3 music files on your • WMA: Sampling frequency up from 8KHz to
phone memory using a compatible headset or via 48KHz, Bit rate up to 320Kbps, stereo.
the internal loudspeaker. Note
Note M6100 doesn’t support the variable rate of MP3
and AAC file. Therefore, you can’t change the file
Because of the small dimension of the speaker, from VBR MP3 format to AAC.
in some cases the audio could be distorted,
especially at maximum volume and when there
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You can transfer MP3 files from a compatible PC to


are lots of bass sounds. Therefore, we
the memory in your phone using the Mass Storage.
recommend you to use the stereo headset in
order to appreciate the high quality of your music. when you connect the phone to a PC using the USB
cable (supplied in the same package), you just try to
connect to PC via USB cable. If you use on win98
The music player supports:
SE, you have to install Mass storage drive for
• MPEG-1 Layer III, MPEG-2 Layer III, MPEG-2.5 windows 98 on CD-ROM.
Layer III Sampling frequency up from 8KHz to
48KHz. Bit rate up to 320Kbps, stereo. Note
• AAC: ADIF, ADTS formats (Sampling frequency • You should copy MP3 to my media\Music
from 8KHz to 48KHz) folder. If you copy another folder, you cannot
see MP3 files.
• AAC+: V1 : (Bit rate 16~128Kbps)
• The PC should run Windows 98 SE, Windows
V2 : (Bit rate 16~48Kbps)
ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP operating
(Sampling frequency from 8KHz to 48KHz) system.

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MP3 player Menu 6.1.1 - Visual effect: You can select the visual effect
menus: Cyber, Aqua, Illustration. This menu
1. Press MP3 menu, and then select MP3 player.
allows to changethe backgroud of main LCD and
2. Press the left soft key < [Options] to access the sub LCD on playing MP3 file.
following menus.
• View play list: You can view the play list on Playlist Menu 6.1.2
listening to the music. This menu allows to view the whole play list. You
• Area repeat: The special area part of the can move the track by pressing the navigation key.
current music is repeated when you select ON In addition, if you select option menu, you can delete
of the menu. the file or view its information .

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• Set as ring tone: This menu allows to set the
MP3 file as a ring tone. You can also set it as a Note
ring tone in Profile. The copyright of music files can be protected in
international treaties and national copyright laws.
• Setting
Therefore, it may be necessary to obtain a
- Equalizer: This menu helps you to adjust a varity permission or a license to reproduce or copy
of environment on listening to the music. This music. In some countries national law prohibits
phone supports four preset menus. When you private copying of copyrighted material. Before
enter this menu, you can view current value of downloading or copying the file, please check the
equalizer. national legislation of the applicable country
concerning the use of such material.
- Playmode: This menu allows to set the play
mode.
Settings Menu 6.1.3
- Set shuffle: You can listen to MP3 music all
randomly. This menu allows to set the following items;
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MULTIMEDIA
Camera Menu 6.2 • Effect: Determines the special effect to the
picture.
This application enables you to take a still picture.
You can take a picture in your desired size, and use • Flash: Determines the flash operation.
it for the contacts photo, home screen and other • Zoom: Determines the zoom rate.
more general purposes. Once taken, a still image
can be sent via Multimedia message. Note
Press the left soft key [Options] to display the Frame shots are only available with the 128x160
following popup menu items. pixel resolution.
• Brightness: Determines the brightness.
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• Size: Determines the size of an image. Video Camera Menu 6.3


• Timer: Determines the delay time. This application enables you to record a video clip.
• Quality: Determines the quality of an image. You can play and watch a saved video file while
using this function. Once recorded, a video clip can
• White Balance: Allows you to change the settings be sent via Multimedia message.
according to the environment.
Press the left soft key [Options] to display the
• Album: Shows the still images taken. following popup menu items.
• Exit: To exit the Camera. • Brightness: Determines the brightness.
• Mode: Determines whether to take a single or • Size: Determines the size of an image.
multishot photo.

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• Timer: Determines the delay time. • Send via Bluetooth: You can send a picture via
• Quality: Determines the quality of a video clip. Bluetooth.
• White Balance: Allows you to change the settings • Write multimedia messages: You can send a
according to the environment. picture via MMS.
• Record Time: Determines the recording time. • Set as wallpaper: You can set a picture as a
wallpaper.
• Album: Shows the video clips recorded.
• Slide show: This menu allows you to view as a
• Exit: To exit the Video camera.
slide show automatically.
• Effect: Determines the special effect to the video
• Delete: You can delete a picture.

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clip.
• Edit title: You can edit the title of picture.
• Flash: Determines the flash operation.
• Information: You can view the information about
• Zoom: Determines the zoom rate.
Title, Size, Date and Time you’ve taken.

My Photos Menu 6.4


My Videos Menu 6.5
You can view and send a picture. In addition, you
You can play and send a video.
can set the picture as a wallpaper.
Options
Options
• Play: Play the video
• Multi view: You can view the maximum of 9
thumbnails in a screen. • Send via Bluetooth: You can send the video by
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MULTIMEDIA
• Rename: You can edit the title of video. View list Menu 6.6.2
• Delete: You can delete the video. The phone shows voice memo list. You can
• Delete All: You can delete all the videos. Playback, Send via multimedia and Delete the
recorded voice memo.
• Information: You can view the information of the
video.
Karaoke Menu 6.7
Voice Recorder Menu 6.6 Karaoke is the sing-a-long functionality.
The voice memo feature you to record up to 10 voice You can download the song to the phone by using
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messages and each memo is up to 20 Seconds. the WAP. These function come with synchronised
lyrics to prompt you singing along.
Record Menu 6.6.1
Start to Karaoke menu
You can record a voice memo in the Voice recorder
menu. Select Karaoke, press by the left soft key <.
1. Once recording has started, the message The following menus are available.
Recording and the remaining time is displayed. My song
2. If you want to finish recording, press the left soft 1. Select the My song menu by pressing the OK key.
key < [Save]. The song list, all of the downloaded and default
3. Key in Voice memo title, press the left soft key songs, are displayed.
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2. To scroll highlight the song you want, and then the New song
OK key. Select the New song by pressing the OK key. A new
The following options are available. song can be downloaded using the network
• Start song: You can play the current track to connection.
sing-a-long.
Note
Key Description
In order to use New song function You need to
O To play the track (4) setup internet connection. Go to Downloads, and
L To skip to the previous track (7) then select Games & more. In this menu, you can
go to Profiles and select one of them. In Settings

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R To skip to the next track (8) menu, you should connect Internet according to
U To pause the track (;) your network settings (For more information to
connect internet, contact Your service provider).
D To stop playback (<) After finishing setup, don’t forget to activate this
[ To adjust the volume of the song. (6) profile by pressing Activate in menu.

• Whole text: You can see the whole lyrics of the


selected song. Help
• Delete: You can delete the selected song form the To use Karaoke menu, please refer to Wow LG site
list. http://www.wowlg.com.

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MULTIMEDIA
Settings Menu 6.8

Camera Menu 6.8.1


• Auto save: If you set On, the images will be saved
automatically without displaying menu bar to save.
• Delete all photos: This menu allows to delete all
photos after asking your confirmation.

Video camera Menu 6.8.2


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• Delete all videos: This menu allows you to delete


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SETTINGS
You can set the following menus for your Phone settings Menu 7.2
convenience and preferences.
You can set functions relating to the phone.
1. Press < [Menu] in standby mode.
2. Press 7 for direct access to enter Settings. Display settings Menu 7.2.1
• Wallpaper: You can select the background
pictures in standby mode.
Date & Time Menu 7.1
You can set functions relating to the date and time. Default
You can select a picture or an animation of
Date Menu 7.1.1 wallpaper by pressing L or R.

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• Set Date: You can enter the current date. My folder
• Date format: You can set the Date format such You can select a picture or an animation as
as DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY, YYYY/MM/DD. wallpaper.
(D: Day / M: Month / Y: Year)
• Standby text: If you select On, you can edit the text
Time Menu 7.1.2 which is displayed in standby mode.
• Set Time: You can enter the current time. • Backlight time: You can set the light-up duration
of the display.
• Time format: Your can set the time format
between 24-hour and 12-hour. • Network name: If you set ON, Network name (the
name of service provider) will be appeared in
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SETTINGS
Theme settings Menu 7.2.2 • If busy
Allows you to choose from one of the preset Diverts voice calls when the phone is in use.
themes. • If no reply
Language Menu 7.2.3
Diverts voice calls which you do not answer.

You can change the language for the display texts in • If out of reach
your phone. This change will also affect the Diverts voice calls when the phone is switched off
Language Input mode. or out of coverage.
• All data calls
Call settings Menu 7.3 Diverts to a number with a PC connection
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unconditionally.
You can set the menu relevant to a call by pressing
< [OK] in the Setting menu. • All fax calls
Diverts to a number with a fax connection
Call divert Menu 7.3.1 unconditionally.
The Call divert service allows you to divert incoming • Cancel all
voice calls, fax calls, and data calls to another Cancels all call divert service.
number. For details, contact your service provider.
The submenus
• All voice calls
Call divert menus have the submenus shown below.
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• Activate • Any key
Activate the corresponding service. If you select this menu, you can receive a call by
pressing any key except E [End] key.
To voice mail centre
Forwards to message centre. This function is not • Send key only
shown at All data calls and All fax calls menus. If you select this menu, you can receive a call by
only pressing S [Send] key.
To other number
Inputs the number for diverting. Send my number Menu 7.3.3
(network and subscription dependent)
To favourite number
You can check recent 5 diverted numbers. • Set by network

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If you select this, you can send your phone
• Cancel number depending on two line service such as
Deactivate the corresponding service. line 1 or line 2.
• View status • On
View the status of the corresponding service. You can send your phone number to another
party. Your phone number will be shown on the
Answer mode Menu 7.3.2 receiver’s phone.
• Slide open • Off
If you select this menu, you can receive an Your phone number will not be shown.
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SETTINGS
Call waiting Menu 7.3.4 • Off
(network dependent) Your phone will not make any attempts to redial
• Activate when the original call has not connected.
If you select Activate, you can accept a waiting
(receiving) call. Security settings Menu 7.4
• Cancel PIN code request Menu 7.4.1
If you select Cancel, you cannot recognize the
waiting (receiving) call. In this menu, you can set the phone to ask for the
PIN code of your SIM card when the phone is
• View status switched on. If this function is activated, you’ll be
Shows the status of Call waiting. requested to enter the PIN code.
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Minute minder Menu 7.3.5 1. Select PIN code request in the security settings
menu, and then press < [OK].
If you select On, you can check the call duration by
a deep sound given every minute during a call. 2. Set On/Off.
3. If you want to change the setting, you need to
Auto redial Menu 7.3.6 enter PIN code when you switch on the phone.
• On 4. If you enter wrong PIN code more than 3 times,
When this function is activated, the phone will the phone will lock out. If the PIN is blocked, you
automatically try to redial in the case of failure to will need to key in the PUK code.
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5. You can enter your PUK code up to 10 times. If you • All outgoing calls
put wrong PUK code more than 10 times, you can The barring service for all outgoing calls.
not unlock your phone. You will need to contact
your service provider. • Outgoing international
The barring service for all outgoing international
Handset lock Menu 7.4.2 calls.
You can use security code to avoid unauthorized • Outgoing international when roaming
use of the phone. Whenever you switch on the The barring service for all international outgoing
phone, the phone will request security code if you calls except home network.
set phone lock to When switch on. If you set phone
• All incoming
lock to When SIM changed, your phone will request
The barring service for all incoming calls.

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security code only when you change your SIM card.
• Incoming when roaming
Auto key lock timeout Menu 7.4.3
The barring service for all incoming calls when
This menu allows to set the time of Auto key lock. roaming.
Call barring Menu 7.4.4 • Cancel all
The Call barring service prevents your phone from You can cancel all barring services.
making or receiving certain category of calls. This • Change password
function requires the call barring password. You can You can change the password for Call Barring
view the following submenus. Service.

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SETTINGS
The submenus: • Disable
• Activate You can cancel fixed dialling function.
Allows to request the network to set call • Number list
restriction on. You can view the number list saved as Fixed dial
• Cancel number.
Set the selected call restriction off. Change codes Menu 7.4.6
• View status PIN is an abbreviation of Personal Identification
View the status whether the calls are barred or Number to prevent use by unauthorized person.
not.
You can change the access codes: PIN code, PIN2
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Fixed dial number Menu 7.4.5 code, Security code.


(SIM dependent) 1. If you want to change the Security code/PIN/PIN2
You can restrict your outgoing calls to selected code input your original code, and then press <
phone numbers. [OK].
The numbers are protected by your PIN2 code. 2. Input new Security code/PIN/PIN2 code and
verify them.
• Enable
You can restrict your outgoing calls to selected
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Network settings Menu 7.5 • Preferred
You can set a list of preferred networks that the
You can select a network which will be registered
phone will attempt to register with first, before
either automatically or manually. Usually, the attempting to register to any other networks.
network selection is set to Automatic.
This list is set from the phone’s predefined list of
Network selection Menu 7.5.1 known networks.
• Automatic Band selection Menu 7.5.2
If you select Automatic mode, the phone will Use this to set the network band between two
automatically search for and select a network for choices, GSM 900/1800 or GSM1900.
you. Once you have selected “Automatic”, the

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phone will be set to “Automatic” even though the
power is off and on. GPRS SETTING Menu 7.6
• Manual You can set GPRS service depending on various
The phone will find the list of available networks situations.
and show you them. Then you can select the
network which you want to use if this network has
a roaming agreement with your home network
operator. The phone will let you select another
network if the phone fails to access the selected
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SETTINGS
Reset settings Menu 7.7
You can initialize all default settings. You need the
Security code to activate this function.
• Restore default settings
Allows you to restore default settings.
• Clear multimedia memory
Allows you to format the multimedia memory and
create a default directory.
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Memory status Menu 7.8

Internal memory Menu 7.8.1


This function shows the status of the user memory of
the handset.

Multimedia memory Menu 7.8.2


This function shows the status of the multimedia
memory of the handset.

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SERVICE
You can access various WAP (Wireless Application Using the phone keys
Protocol) services such as banking, news, weather When surfing the Internet, the phone keys function
reports and flight information. These services are differently to phone mode.
specially designed for mobile phones and they are
maintained by WAP service providers. Key Description
Check the availability of WAP services, pricing and UD Scrolls each line of the content area
tariffs with your network operator and/or the service C Returns to the previous page
provider whose service you wish to use. Service
O Selects options and confirms actions
providers will also give you instructions on how to
use their services.
Using the WAP browser menu
Once connected, the homepage is displayed. The
There are various menu options available when

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content depends on the service provider. To exit the
browser at any time, press the (E) key. The phone surfing the Mobile Web.
will return to the previous menu.
Note
Navigating with the WAP browser The WAP browser menus may vary, depending
You can surf the Internet using either the phone on your browser version.
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SERVICE
Internet Menu 8.1 Tip:
Home Menu 8.1.1 Use the “1” key and * key to enter
symbols. To enter “.”, press “1”.
Connects to a homepage. The homepage will be the
site which is defined in the activated profile. It will
After selecting a desired bookmark, the following
be defined by the service provider if you have not
options are available.
defined it in the activated profile.
• Connect: Connects to the selected bookmark.
Bookmarks Menu 8.1.2 • Add new: Select this to create a new bookmark.
This menu allows you to store the URL of favourite • Edit: You can edit the URL and/or the title of the
web pages for easy access at a later time. Your selected bookmark.
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phone has several pre-installed bookmarks.


• Delete: Deletes the selected bookmark.
These pre-installed bookmarks cannot be deleted.
• Delete all: Deletes all the bookmarks.
To create a bookmark
1. Press the left soft key < [Options]. Go to URL Menu 8.1.3
2. Select Add new and press the OK key. You can connect directly to the site you want. After
entering a specific URL, press the OK key.
3. After entering the desired URL and title, press the
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Settings Menu 8.1.4 - Bearer: You can set the bearer data service.
Profiles 1 Data
A profile is the network information used to connect 2 GPRS
to the Internet. - Data settings: Appears only if you select Data
Settings as a Bearer/service.
Each profile has submenus as follows:
Dial number: Enter the telephone number to dial to
• Activate: Activates the selected profile. access your WAP gateway.
• Settings: Use this to edit and change WAP User ID: The users identity for your dial-up server
settings for the selected profile. (and NOT the WAP gateway).
- Homepage: This setting allows you to enter the Password: The password required by your dial-up
address (URL) of a site you want to use as server (and NOT the WAP gateway) to identify you.

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homepage. You do not need to type http:// at the
Call type: Select the type of data call : Analogue of
front of each URL as the WAP Browser will
Digital (ISDN)
automatically add it.
Linger time: You need to enter timeout period. After
entering that, the WAP navigation service will be
unavailable if any data is not input or transferred.
Call speed: The speed of your data connection ;
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SERVICE
- GPRS settings: The service settings are only • Delete: Deletes the selected profile from the list.
available when GPRS is chosen as a bearer • Add new: You can add a new profile.
service.
APN: Input the APN of the GPRS.
Cache
Set a value whether a connection attempt is made
User ID: The users identify for your APN server.
through cache or not.
Password: The password required by your APN
server. Cookie
- Proxy settings Check whether a cookie is used or not.
Proxy: On/Off Clear cache
IP address: Input the IP address of the Proxy server Removes all context saved in cache.
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you access. Clear cookie


Port: Input the Proxy Port Removes all context saved in cookie.
- DNS settings Security
Primary server: Input the IP address of the primary A list of the available certification is shown.
DNS server you access
• Authority: You can see the list of authority
Secondary server: Input the IP address of the certificates that have been stored in your phone.
secondary DNS server you access
• Personal: You can see the list of personal
• Rename: You can change the profile name. certificates that have been stored in your phone.

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SIM service Menu 8.2
(SIM dependent)
Your service provider can offer special applications
through the SIM card, such as home banking, stock
market, etc. If you are registered for one of these
services, the service name will appear at the end of
the Main Menu. With the SIM Services menu your
phone is future-proof and will support additions to
your service provider’s service.
For more information contact your service provider.

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DOWNLOADS
Games & Apps Menu 9.1 - Always: The connection is created immediately
without a notification.
Games & Apps Menu 9.1.1 - Prompt: You will be asked before the application
In this menu, you can manage the Java applications makes the connection.
installed in your phone. You can play or delete - Never: No connection is allowed.
downloaded applications, or set the connect option.
The downloaded applications are organised in Note
folders. Press the left soft key < [OK] to open the You cannot remove or rename the preinstalled
selected folder or launch the selected midlet. Using folder or a game in the folder.
the left soft key < [Options], the following menus
are available.
Note
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Note • Java™, is a technology developed by Sun


After downloading any Java game, press the Microsystems. Similar to the way you would
“OK” Key (O) to save it in the root folder. download the Java Applet using the standard
MS Internet Explorer browser, Java MIDlets
• Launch: Start the selected application. can be downloaded using the WAP enabled
phone. Depending on the service provider, all
• Information: Shows the information of the Java based programs such as Java games can
application. be downloaded and run on a phone. Once
• Permissions: Some Java applications may require downloaded, the Java program can be viewed
a data connection to be made. Select this to set in the Games & Apps menu where you can
select, execute, or delete. The Java program
the connecting options.
files saved in the phone are in .JAD or .JAR
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• The JAR file is a compressed format of the
Profiles Menu 9.1.2
Java program and the JAD file is a description This menu contains the same settings of the Internet
file that includes all detailed information. From menu. In fact, in order to download new
the network, prior to download, you can view applications, a WAP connection is needed.
all detailed file descriptions from the JAD file.
• While being based on a standard language
(J2ME), not all Java applications are Images Menu 9.2
compatible with all handsets on sale in so far The left soft key < [Options] will bring up the
as specific libraries may be used for a following options.
telephone model. The software may be blocked
or switch itself on when Java applications not • Set as wallpaper: Currently selected Picture can
specifically developed for the phone is be set as a Wallpaper.
downloaded. We would like to point out that • Write multimedia message: Downloaded Picture

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these problems are caused by incompatible can be sent via MMS.
applications and are not a product fault.
• Send via Bluetooth: The picture can be sent via
Bluetooth.
Caution
Only J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition) based
programs will run in a phone environment. The Sounds Menu 9.3
J2SE (Java 2 Standard Edition) based programs The left soft key < [Options] will bring up the
will only run in a PC environment.
following options.
• Set as ringtone: This sets the Ring Tone with
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• Write messages: Melody Sound can be sent via internal memory (124 MB), treating it as a common
SMS and MMS. USB memory key. This function doesn’t require the
• Send via Bluetooth: Melody Sound can be sent via installation of additional software.
Bluetooth. You can preview JPG (Max 460K), GIF (Max 100K)
and play sound can be attached in MMS.
File Storage Menu 9.4
Note
This folder is similar to a file storage. It contains all While using the UMS functionality, you won’t be
the file transferred through UMS functionality or able to receive any call or message.
Bluetooth, as images, sounds and generic files not
supported by the phone.
1. From the phone’s stand-by screen, connect the
Pressing the [Option] softkey, you can view or play USB cable to the phone and the PC. The PC will
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the file (if supported), delete it or send it via identify the peripheral after some seconds.
Bluetooth.
2. The phone will display “USB” on the main LCD.
USB connectivity 3. On the PC, the phone will be identified as
M6100 can be connected to a PC through a USB “Removable disk” in My Computer folder. Also, a
cable in order to transfer files, contents and to use system disk letter will be assigned, such as “E:\”.
the built-in modem. You can find all the details After that, you can upload or download files from
related to this functionality in the following section. the phone treating it just as a common Windows
USB Media Storage (UMS) folder.
The UMS functionality (USB Media Storage) allows 4. Double-click on “Removable disk” and open the
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- Music: In this folder you can copy music files. - Videos: In this folder you can download on PC
The supported formats are: MP3, AAC, AAC+, the videos taken with the phones’ digital camera
AAC++, WMA, MP4 (audio) and WAV. The files and upload new videos on the phone. This folder
in this folder can be played using the MP3 player supports the 3GP file format. On the phone, you
of the phone. can view the files in this folder in the (Menu –
- Photos: This folder is reserved for the pictures Multimedia – My video).
taken with the phone’s digital camera. You can
transfer the pictures from the phone to the PC Note
using the commands copy and paste of the PC. • You can upload files of any size, until the
memory is full.
Note • You can create up to 10 nested folders in the
Even though you can upload new pictures from 4 default folders.
the PC, the phone won’t list them in the My photo

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• Do not change the defualt folder name, or it
menu. Therefore, we recommend not to upload does not work properly.
anything to this folder. If you want to upload new
wallpapers to the phone, please use the
dedicated program available in the CD-Rom. 5. Once the file transfer is finished, disconnect the
USB peripheral from Windows and disconnect
the cable from the phone.
- Storage: This folder is similar to a file storage.
You can upload any kind of file here, images, Warning
audio or even files not specifically supported by
Never disconnect the phone while there’s a file
the phone (i.e. word and excel files) just to carry
transfer in progress. Doing so may damage the
them with you and download them later to memory. Always disconnect the peripheral
another PC. On the phone, the files stored in this through Windows options before disconnecting
folder are listed in the (Menu – Downloads – File the cable.
Storage).

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PC programs and Internet
You can connect the phone to your PC to manage
your phonebook contacts, upload new contents
such as wallpapers and ringtones or use the built in
modem.
1. Install the programs included in the CD-ROM.
2. On the phone, open the menu Tools – Modem and
confirm the activation.
3. Connect the phone to the PC using the USB cable
and start the desired program.

Note
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To connect USB, several minutes after power on


phone and in the idle window.

4. After using the modem, it is recommended to


deactivate it from the menu Tools – Modem.

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ACCESSORIES
There are various accessories for your mobile phone. You can select these options according to your
personal communication requirements.

Standard Battery Hands free ear-


microphone and music
player controller combo
• Stereo headset
Travel Adapter • Controller: Answer & End
This charger allows you to button, music player
charge the battery while away control, volume control,
from home or your office. Hold button and
microphone.

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After connecting the
Data cable/CD headset and the controller,
You can connect your phone plug the end of controller
to PC to exchange the data into the headset jack on the
between them. left side of the phone.

Note
• Always use genuine LG accessories.
• Failure to do this may invalidate your warranty.
• Accessories may be different in different regions; please check with our regional service company or
agent for further enquires.

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TECHNICAL DATA
General
Product name : M6100
System : GSM 900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900

Ambient Temperatures
Max : +55°C (discharging)
+45°C (charging)
Min : -10°C
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Suppliers Details

Name
LG Electronics Inc
Address
LG Twin Tower
20,Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu Seoul, Korea 150-721

Product Details

Product Name
GSM 900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900 Tri-Band Terminal Equipment
Model Name
M6100
Trade Name
LG 0168
Applicable Standards Details

R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC


EN 301 489-1 V1.5.1( 2004-11), EN 301 489-7 V1.2.1(2002-08), EN 301 489-17 V1.2.1(2002-08)
EN 60950 : 2000
EN 50360 2001, EN50361 2001
EN 300 328 V1.4.1(2003-04)

EN 301 511 V.9.0.2(2003-03)

Supplementary Information

The conformity to above standards is verified by BABT with Certificate No.(NC/12584)


and GSM test report (no.WG614666/01 Issue 1), Bluetooth RF test report (no. TCMD0432545)
EMC test report(no. HCT-C05-1006), Safety test report (no. ITYA0131625;ITYA0131625M1),
SAR test report (no. TCMA0822545).

Declaration

I hereby declare under our sole responsibility Name Issued Date


that the product mentioned above to which
this declaration relates complies with the above Jin Seog, Kim / Director 7. November . 2005
mentioned standards and Directives

LG Electronics Inc. Amsterdam Office


Veluwezoom 15, 1327 AE Almere, The Netherlands
Tel : +31 - 36- 547 - 8940, e-mail : seokim @ lge.com Signature of representative
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MEMO

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