How to Use Phone Suite on an MT6225

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How to Use Phone Suite on an MT6225
Phone Suite helps you profit from your hotel business. (hotel image by Yuriy Rozanov from Fotolia.com)

Phone Suite offers hospitality communications software for large, small or independent hotel businesses. If you want to use the software everywhere you go to maximise your hospitality business, install it to your MT6225 cell phone. The MT6225 phone is a replica of the Nokia N95 cell phone created in China. It includes a large screen, slide out keyboard and Bluetooth. With your MT6225 phone, you can keep in touch with customers and co-workers, even when you are out of the office.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Things you need

  • USB data cable
  • Sync software

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Instructions

    Installing Phone Suite

  1. 1

    Insert the Phone Suite software to your desktop computer or laptop's disc drive. Follow the onscreen installation instructions.

  2. 2

    Plug the USB data cable to your desktop computer or laptop's available USB port. Plug the other end to your MT6225 phone.

  3. 3

    Press the "EJECT" button. Remove the Phone Suite software from the disk drive. Insert the disc for your phone's sync software.

  4. 4

    Click "Sync Options" or a similar function. Your computer's programs and files should appear. Click "Phone Suite" from the list.

  5. 5

    Click the "Sync" button. Wait for the transfer to complete. Disconnect your phone from your computer when prompted.

  6. 6

    Press the centre silver button on your MT6225 phone. Navigate to "Media" and locate the Phone Suite software. Click the Suite to install it to your phone. Reboot your phone.

    Using Phone Suite

  1. 1

    Launch Phone suite on your MT6225 phone. Use the navigation buttons to select "Call Filtering." Use the navigation buttons to select one of the four modes for call filtering: accept all calls, accept from white list (known callers), accept all but blacklist (blocked callers) or ignore all. Press the centre silver button to confirm your choice.

  2. 2

    Press the "CLR" button to return to your menu. Select "Profiles Tab" with the navigation buttons. This lets you set different phone profiles when driving, on your headset or in a meeting. Each profile lets you change the following functions: auto answer, sound mode, speaker volume, ringer type, ring volume and notification type. Choose whether you want to restore your profile to default, restore all profiles to default settings.

  3. 3

    Press the "CLR" button to go back. Use the navigation buttons to select "Notifications" from the menu. Configure the repeating notifications for unanswered calls and text messages. You can change whether you want your phone to vibrate or sound. You can also change the volume and how often your phone should notify you.

  4. 4

    Use "Dialer Extension" to send a predefined text message to calls that you reject or miss. Tap "Yes" if you want to send a message, or "Ignore" if you don't want to send messages. If you select "Yes," select the "Edit My Text" button to enter your text message. Click the centre silver button to save your message.

  5. 5

    Press "Photo Speed Dial." You can add up to 14 contacts, to which you can add a photo. Click the "Add" button and enter the contact's name, mobile number, e-mail address and other necessary information. Click "Upload" to add that contact's photo from your phone's media files.

Tips and warnings

  • Enter numbers to the white list or black list by clicking the "Add" button, or the left soft key on your phone. Add profiles for when want to answer the phone or receive notifications when sleeping or on vacation. Use photo speed dial to keep in touch with employees.
  • Do not disconnect the USB data cable during the synchronisation process.

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