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(keitai-l) Re: i-mode phone, a drill down

From: Gerhard Fasol <fasol_at_eurotechnology.com>
Date: 02/24/01
Message-ID: <3A979EA2.64E748F3_at_eurotechnology.com>
> > Hubert Hung-Hsien Chang wrote:
> >
> > > * The button pictured as a 'car'. ( it is a 'back' key?) or call the
> > > taxi(?! :) , just kidding.) 

pressing the "car"-button switches the phone to "drive mode", i.e. when you
are driving a car you set the drive mode, and the phone will not ring but
switch the caller to a taped message telling that you are driving a car,
cannot answer. If the owner subscribes to the voicemail message service, then
the the caller is switched to the voicemail box, otherwise the taped message
says that the caller should call later.

There is also a "manner mode", which switches the phone to vibration instead
of ringing as mentioned earlier. Many phones I know allow the user the preset
the precise behavior in "manner mode", i.e. weak vibrations, strong
vibrations etc.

Hope this helps you.

Gerhard Fasol
http://www.eurotechnology.com/

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Received on Sat Feb 24 13:36:28 2001