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Press the "MENU" button for access to the main menu , then press the " ^ " or " v " buttons to scroll through the various menus: - radio-CD, - vehicle conf guration, - options, - display settings, - language, - units. Press the "OK" button to select the menu required.
Once the "Display settings" menu has been selected, you can gain access to the following settings: - year, - month, - day, - hour, - minutes, - 12 or 24 hour mode.
Once you have selected a setting, press the " << " or " >> " buttons to change its value. Press the " ^ " or " v " buttons to switch respectively to the previous or next setting. Press the "OK" button to record the change and return to the normal display.
1.Connect your PSP to an electrical outlet using an AC adapter. Turn on your PSP system. Enable the PSP to connect to the Wi-Fi network by flipping the "Wi-Fi" switch on the top of your PSP. 2.Scroll over to the "Settings" section of the Cross Media Bar and scroll down to select "Network Settings." Select "Infrastructure Mode" from the next screen. Connect to your wireless network or follow the onscreen instructions to set up a new wireless access point. 3.Scroll up and select the "System Update" option in the "Settings" section of the Cross Media Bar. Choose the new PSP firmware from the following screen. Press the "X" button to confirm that you wish to update your PSP firmware; allow several minutes for the download to complete. Your PSP system will reboot after the download and installation is complete.
The Tint function can be accesed by the following steps.
The PICTURE menu offers options to enhance and refine the picture displayed on your TV based on ambient room light and personal preferences. Adjustment options include contrast, brightness, color, sharpness and color temperature
Press the MENU button on the remote control. Navigate using t u arrow buttons to select PICTURE. Press the down q arrow button to highlight PICTURE MODE, then press the u arrow button to select your viewing preference from 4 factory options:
STANDARD > DYNAMIC > MOVIE > PERSONAL. The STANDARD setting is recommended for most viewing environments. Depending on the ambient light level in the room, you may find one of the other options more pleasing.
To make more critical adjustments based on your own preferences in PERSONAL:
• Use down q arrow button to highlight Contrast. Navigate using the t u arrow buttons to increase or decrease contrast intensity. • Use down q arrow button to highlight Brightness. Navigate using the t u arrow buttons to increase or decrease overall brightness. • Use down q arrow button to highlight Color. Navigate using the t u arrow buttons to increase or decrease color intensity. • Use down q arrow button to highlight Tint. Navigate using the t u arrow buttons to adjust colors toward green or reddish tint. • Use down q arrow button to highlight Sharpness. Navigate using the t u arrow buttons to soften or view crisper edges in the picture. • Use down q arrow button to highlight Color Temperature. Navigate using the t u arrow buttons to select COOL (more bluish tone), NORMAL or WARM. The default setting is NORMAL. WARM mode will provide color that is calibrated to D6500° Kelvin, the standard color that broadcast stations and the Motion Picture industry consider as the most accurate to view programming.
Note: When adjustments are completed, you may select another menu by pressing the Menu button.
To switch off silent mode please follow the below instructions
Menu > Profiles >
You will get following options in it
Scroll through the normal/General profile and Press selectonce the normal/General profile is highlighted. Scroll to Selectand press Select. Now you are out of silent mode. If the mobile is still in general and in silent mode then follow the below steps. Scroll to the normal/General profile and press Select. Scroll to Customize and press Select. In that you will have an option called as Ringing Option. Please set it to ringing and save the settings. You are done
1. Press and hold the dial/menu button until “Options Menu” is shown in the display.
2. Use the up/down buttons to scroll through the options below, and press the dial/menu
button to select the desired option you wish to set:
• Set Language
• Local Area Code
• Set Time/Date
• Set Flash Time
• LED Contrast
• Set Tone/Pulse
• Exit Options
3. Use the up/down buttons to adjust the setting, and press the dial/menu button to confirm
I have the same alarm clock the damn thing gives me a heart attack when I wake up. All in all I have the instructions for your clock.
Simple on the back of the device there are five buttons hold down the one that is labeled mode/set then the display will flash use the oC|oF/Up key or Wave/Down key to change the keys and the mode/set the to move between each field.
If you press (not hold) the Mode/Set key you can change the alarm, change the numbers using the degreeC|DegreeF/Up or Wave/Down key to change numbers accordingly.
To turn the alram and snooze function on or off press the Alarm/on\off key.
What I just said may sound complicated but of you press the buttons as I told you then you should have no problems what so ever.
Basically, there are 2 ways of programming the date and time - the short way and the long way. If you are using the KX-T7730 phone on a Panasonic KX-Txx 308/824 system:
SHORT WAY: From the Switcboard / Main telephone ( ext 101, 10 or 9 ) with the handset on the cradle/hook: 1. Press PROGRAM 0 2. Enter Date and Time ( The format is: yymmdd, 1 to 7 1=Monday 2=Tuesday etc, hh:mm, 0 or 1 0=AM 1=PM ) see example 3. Press AUTO DIAL / STORE to save your changes 4. Press PROGRAM to exit program mode
EXAMPLE: If the date and time is 3 February 2010 Tuesday 2:15 pm you will enter as follows: 100203 2 02:15 1
LONG WAY: From the Switcboard / Main telephone ( ext 101, 10 or 9 ) with the handset on the cradle/hook: 1. Press PROGRAM * # followed by the system password ( default is 1234). 2. Now press 000 and then SP-PHONE. Enter the year. 3. Scroll to the month with the right scroll key (located at the right bottom corner of the phone). To change the month use the AUTO ANS / MUTE button. 4. Now scroll right again and change the date and day. To change the day, again use AUTO ANS / MUTE 5. Scroll right again and the time will appear. Set the time. To change am/pm scroll to it, and again, use the AUTO ANS / MUTE button. 6. Press PROGRAM to exit program mode and you are done.
Clock adjustment is performed in the "Initial Settings" menu.
Please follow the instructions below to access time setting.
& Hold [OFF] Pres & Hold [Muti-Control] until "Clock Set"
Appears Turn [Muti-Control] to choose setting Press
[Muti-Control] to enter setting
Time Setting: Press
[Muti-Control] to select time setting mode Press [Muti-Control] to
select time segment. Each press will select one segment of clock
Turn [Muti-Control], or click up/down to adjust time segments
functions: Clock Set, Warn Tone, AUX 1, AUX 2, SW Control, Ever
Scroll, BT Audio*, Pin Code Input*, BT Ver Info*
when bluetooth adaptor is connected
Page 20 of your owner's manual for PREMIUM AM/FM STEREO/CASSETTE/SINGLE CD: RDS: (Radio Data System): Press RDS to access the clock mode. Setting the clock: Press RDS until SELECT HOUR or SELECT MINS is displayed. Press SEL to increase (◄) or decrease (►). Press RDS again to disengage the clock mode.
Page 26 for PREMIUM IN-DASH SIX CD SOUND SYSTEM Setting the clock: Press MENU until SELECT HOUR or SELECT MINS is displayed. Use SEL to manually increase (▲) or decrease (▼) the hours/minutes. Press MENU again to disengage clock mode.
It's possible that you changed the COS options for the extensions as System programming access has to be enabled by COS options.
Try setting the time from the extension connected to the first port or 101 by default. Then, when you go into programming, click on the Class of Service --Programming & Manager and add your extensions for access.