Manual: 2011/2012 911

Page: 95

Settings for messages and data (PCM telephone)

Changing the number of the SMS service center

  1. Press the button.
  2. Press the button or touch the tab of the same name in the header.
  3. Select "SET PHONE"
    > "Messages/data"
    > "SMS settings"
    > "SMS service center".
    The input menu for telephone numbers is opened. The current number is entered in the input field.
  4. Enter the desired telephone number and confirm your entry by pressing "OK".

Switching the SMS signal tone on and off

You can switch the signal tone that sounds when a text message comes in on or off.

  1. Press the button.
  2. Press the button or touch the tab of the same name in the header.
  3. Select "SET PHONE"
    > "Messages/data"
  4. > "SMS settings".
  5. Select "SMS signal tone" to activate ( ) or deactivate ( ) the function.

Phonebook settings

Setting the memory for the phonebook

You can set whether the phonebook entries on the SIM card, the phonebook entries in the telephone memory, and/or the vCards stored in the PCM should be used for the display in the phonebook.
This allows you to adapt the phonebook list of the PCM to your list in the cell phone.

  1. Press the button.
  2. Press the button or touch the tab of the same name in the header.
  3. Select "SET PHONE"
    > "Messages/data"
    > "Phonebook settings"
    > "Phonebook memory".
  4. Make the desired setting by selecting it.

If the transfer of the phonebook data from your cell phone to the PCM fails, it may be because your cell phone is working with security mechanisms that affect transfer using the "Phone Book Access Profile" (PBAP).
These security mechanisms require the PCM to be authorized on your cell phone. As part of this, the telephone requests a "user ID" and a "password" from the PCM. In order for the PCM to gain access to the phonebook, it must "log into" the telephone.
Since the PCM uses the fixed parameters "UserID: PCM3" and "Pass: 0000" for this login, these parameters must be preset as permissible on your cell phone.
Please refer to the operating instructions for your cell phone to find out whether these settings are required on your cell phone and how to make them.