Motorola 702MO Specifications

Introduction
Welcome to the world of Motorola digital wireless
communications! We are pleased that you have
chosen the Vodafone 702MO 3G mobile phone.
1Introduction
This model was designed using Vodafone Group's
global standard specification based on the standards
set by 3GPP (3rd Generation Partnership Project).
Therefore, some operating procedures and functions
may differ from those of previous Vodafone models.
• MOTOROLA and the Stylised M Logo are
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• Java and all other Java-based marks are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun
Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
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Vodafone K.K.
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Entertainment (Japan) Inc.
All other product or service names are the property of
their respective owners.
© Motorola, Inc., 2004.
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Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Safety and General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
General Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Basic Operations
Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Symbols Used In This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the USIM Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Memory Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Battery Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handset Parts and Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Navigation Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning Your Phone On. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Display Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Answering a Call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Changing the Call Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing Your Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Initial Text Entry Mode . . . . . . . . . .
Assignment of Keypad Keys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering Characters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Predictive Conversion. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phone Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing Phone Book Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Options when Storing Phone Book Entries . . .
Using Phone Book Category Views . . . . . . . . .
Using the Phone Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Taking and Sending a Photo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Photos and Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recording Video Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Video Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making Video Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Learning to Use Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using the External Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Handsfree Speaker. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing a Code, PIN, or Password . . . . . . . .
Locking and Unlocking Your Phone . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting a Ring Style . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Answer Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting a Wallpaper Image . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting a Screen Saver Image . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Backlight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Display Timeout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Personalising Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Personalising a Ring Style . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating Ringer IDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Ringer or Keypad Volume . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Reminders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting a Personal Greeting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Personalising Home Screen Icons . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Menu View . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Personalising the Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting Menu Scroll Behaviour . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Resetting All Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Clearing All Stored Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Creating and Using Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Calling Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Redialling a Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Using Caller ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Turning Off a Call Alert . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Dialling International Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Viewing Recent Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Returning an Unanswered Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Using the Notepad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Attaching a Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Calling with Speed Dial. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Calling with 1-Touch Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Using Voicemail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Using Call Waiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Putting a Call On Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Transferring a Call (Not Available in Japan) . . 100
Getting More Out of Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
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Alarm Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making a Conference Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Diverting Calls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Barring Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using DTMF Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Monitoring Phone Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Handsfree Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Applications During a Call . . . . . . . . . .
Making Data Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending Files from Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Monitoring Battery Charge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing Phone Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting Your Phone to Another Device . .
USIM Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locking the USIM Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locking and Unlocking Applications . . . . . . .
Security Code. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Centre Access Code. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Private Entries Code. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Call Barring Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Vodafone live!
Vodafone live! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Web. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
V-appli. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing Handset Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking Amount of Memory Used . . . . . . . .
Locking/Unlocking Vodafone live! . . . . . . . . .
Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking for New Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Retrieving MMS Messages from the Centre. .
Using Received Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending a Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Attaching Image/Sound Files (MMS Only) . . .
Setting Outgoing Message Options
(MMS Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving a Message in the Draft Folder. . . . . . .
Message Centre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking Message Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Reordering the Message Centre Menu View
(Messaging Top Menu) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Replying to a Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Forwarding a Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delivery Report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending a Message from the Draft Folder . . .
Locking a Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting a Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phone Numbers/E-mail Addresses
in a Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Attachments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Received Messages List Operations . . . . . . .
MMS Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SMS Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing Quick Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Web . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessing Mobile Internet Sites . . . . . . . . . . .
Mobile Internet Site Operations . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Video Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Sound Files. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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My Saved Page. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bookmarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Refreshing/Reloading to Receive New Data. .
Restricting Image and Sound Downloads . . .
Resetting Web. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Functions While Using Web . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Confirming the URL of a Mobile Internet Site.
V-appli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using a Memory Card. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Downloading V-appli. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Launching V-appli . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ending/Pausing/Deleting V-appli . . . . . . . . . .
V-appli Home Screen Settings . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Phone Actions for
When V-appli is Running. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting V-appli Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Display Backlight for V-appli . . . .
Resetting V-appli. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing Java™ Version and
Available Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). . . . . . . . . . . .
Pictographs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Warranty and After-sales Services . . . . . . . . .
Customer Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety and General Information
3.1 Safety Precautions
3Safety and General Information
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND
EFFICIENT OPERATION.
READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR
HANDSET.
Keep this manual in a convenient location for future
reference.
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• The following symbols indicate the different
degrees of injury or damage that may occur if
information provided is not observed.
DANGER
Risk of death or serious injury
WARNING from improper use
Observe precautions to avoid injury to self or others
or damage to property.
Vodafone is not liable for any damages resulting from
use of this product.
Great risk of death or serious
injury from improper use
CAUTION
Risk of injury or damage to
property from improper use
To assure optimal phone performance and make sure
human exposure to RF energy is within the guidelines
set forth in the relevant standards, always adhere to
the following procedures.
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3.1.1
Handset, Battery & Charger
• The following icons are categorised to describe
terms that must be followed.
Indicates a prohibited action.
Indicates not to disassemble the device.
Indicates not to use the device near
water or get it wet.
Indicates not to handle the device with
wet hands.
Indicates that instructions specified are
compulsory (must be followed).
Indicates that the power cord must be
unplugged from the power outlet.
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Safety and General Information
3.1.1 Handset, Battery & Charger
DANGER
• Use only the specified battery, charger or
holder.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
WARNING
• Do not throw or otherwise subject to
strong force or impacts.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire. Other devices may also be
damaged or catch fire.
Handset, Battery & Charger
• Do not use the handset in locations such
as gas stations where there is a risk of
explosion or fire.
Use of the handset in dusty
environments or in locations where there
are propane, gasoline or other flammable
gases may cause an explosion or fire.
• Do not place the handset, battery, or
charger inside cooking appliances such
as microwave ovens or pressure
cookers.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire, and the handset or charger
may overheat, emit smoke or catch fire.
The internal circuitry may also be
damaged.
3.1.1
• Do not use or leave the handset in
locations subject to high temperatures,
such as in direct sunlight or inside a car
on a hot day.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode,
catch fire. Other devices may also be
damaged and cause malfunction. Part of
the casing may also become hot and
cause burns.
CAUTION
• Do not store the handset in humid, dusty
or hot locations.
May cause malfunction or injury.
• Do not leave the handset on unstable
surfaces, such as on a wobbling table or
sloped surface.
The handset may fall and cause injury or
be damaged.
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3.1.2
Handset
• If a child is using the handset, have a
guardian teach them the proper handling
procedures. In addition, check that the
child is using the handset as directed.
May result in bodily injury.
• When instructed to do so, turn OFF the
handset when aboard aircraft.
Any use of a handset must be in
accordance with applicable regulations
per airline crew instructions.
• Keep the handset out of the reach of
young children.
A young child may swallow or suffer
other bodily injury.
• Turn OFF the handset prior to entering
any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere. Do not remove, install or
charge batteries in such areas.
Sparks in a potentially explosive
atmosphere can cause an explosion or
fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
3.1.2 Handset
WARNING
• Do not disassemble or modify handset.
Fire, injury or electric shock may result.
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Safety and General Information
Note: The areas with potentially explosive
atmospheres referred to above include
fuelling areas such as below decks on
boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage
facilities, areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust
or metal powders. Areas with potentially
explosive atmospheres are often but not
always posted.
Handset
3.1.2
• To avoid possible interference with
blasting operations, turn OFF the
handset when you are near electrical
blasting caps, in a blasting area or in
areas posted “Turn off electronic
devices.”
Obey all signs and instructions.
• Turn OFF the handset in any facility
where posted notices instruct you to do
so.
These facilities may include hospitals or
health care facilities that may be using
equipment that is sensitive to external
RF energy.
• Turn OFF the handset around precision
instruments.
Instruments may malfunction.
• Persons with pacemakers should NOT
carry the handset in the breast pocket.
The handset may interfere with the
operation of sensitive electronic
equipment.
Note: Example of such devices includes
hearing aids, implanted pacemakers and
defibrillators, other electronic medical
devices, smoke detectors, automated
doors and other automated devices.
Confirm with the manufacturer or retailer
before using the handset if using an
implanted pacemaker or defibrillator.
• If you have a weak heart, take extra
precautions when setting functions such
as the vibrator and ring tone volume for
incoming calls.
Various settings may have effects on
your heart.
• Pull off the road and park before making
or answering a call if driving conditions
so require.
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3.1.2
Handset
• Do not place a handset in the area over
an air bag or in the air bag deployment
area.
Air bags inflate with great force. If a
handset is placed in the air bag
deployment area and the air bag inflates,
the handset may be propelled with great
force and cause serious injury to
occupants of the vehicle.
CAUTION
• The handset may sometimes affect car
mechanisms when used in a car.
For safe driving, check that steps to
protect the car from electromagnetic
waves have been implemented with the
automobile retailer before using.
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Safety and General Information
• The materials used in this handset may
cause an allergic reaction in some
people.
If you have a reaction while using the
handset, immediately stop the use and
consult a doctor.
• Do not expose to water.
May cause overheating, electric shock,
malfunctions or bodily injury. Be attentive
to where and how you use your handset.
• If you hear thunder while using the
handset outdoors, immediately turn it
OFF and move to a safe location.
There is a risk of being struck by
lightning and suffering electric shock.
• Keep the handset away from credit
cards, phone cards and floppy disks to
avoid data loss.
• Do not subject display to shocks.
The display is made of glass and may
cause injury if broken.
Handset
• Do not use the handset if the antenna is
damaged.
The broken antenna may cause burns or
other injuries if in contact with skin.
• Do not swing the handset by the antenna
or strap.
May result in injury or breakage.
• Do not use in crowded areas.
The antenna may strike others and
cause injury.
• Turn handset power OFF in crowded
areas.
• Do not attach metal objects such as
speaker pins.
May result in injury.
• Do not use the flash except as a simple
light or when taking photos.
May result in injury or vision impairment.
3.1.2
• While charging, do not cover with paper,
cloth, or blankets, or allow your skin to
come into contact for a long period of
time.
May result in burns or malfunction.
• Do not turn up the volume too high when
using the stereo earphone microphone
(optional).
Loud volume may result in hearing
impairment. Additionally, loud volume
causes surrounding sounds to be
inaudible and may result in an accident.
• Be sure to not close the handset on your
fingers or objects. Additionally, be sure
to not get your fingers caught in the
hinge when opening the handset.
May result in injury or damage to the
display.
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3.1.3
Battery
3.1.3 Battery
DANGER
• Do not disassemble or modify the
battery. In addition, do not solder directly
to the handset.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
• Do not use or store near fire, heat source
or in extreme heat.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
• Do not expose to fire.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
• Do not connect wires and other metal
objects to connector terminals.
Keep away from metal necklaces and
other objects when carrying or storing.
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Safety and General Information
• Do not nail, hammer or step on the
battery.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
• Keep the battery out of rain or extreme
humidity.
Fire, electric shock or malfunction may
occur. Be aware of surroundings when
using.
• Do not force the battery when
connecting to the charger.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
• If battery fluid gets into eyes, do not rub
them. Rinse with clean water and
consult a doctor immediately.
Eyes may be severely damaged.
Charger
3.1.4
WARNING
• If battery does not charge properly, stop
charging.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
• If there is abnormal odour, excessive
heat, discoloration or distortion, remove
battery from handset.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
• If there is leakage or abnormal odour,
avoid fire sources.
May catch fire/burst.
• If battery fluid gets on skin or clothes,
rinse with clean water immediately.
Failure to do so may result in rashes.
• Keep handset away from direct sunlight
(inside cars, etc.) or heat sources.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
3.1.4 Charger
CAUTION
• Do not charge a wet battery.
The battery may leak, overheat, explode
or catch fire.
WARNING
• Do not use a damaged charger or In-Car
Charger cord.
Continued use may result in fire,
overheat or electric shock.
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3.1.4
Charger
• Do not short-circuit the charger terminal
when the adapter or charger is
connected to a power outlet. Also, do
not allow any part of your body to come
into contact with the charger terminal.
May result in a fire, electric shock,
equipment malfunction or bodily injury.
• Do not touch plug with wet hands.
Electric shock may occur.
• Keep the charger dry.
Charger may heat or cause electric
shock if exposed to water or other fluids.
Be aware of surroundings when using.
• Use only the specified voltage.
Non-specified voltage may cause fire or
electric shock.
Rapid Charger: 100 V to 240 V AC
• Do not disassemble or modify handset.
Fire, electric shock or malfunction may
occur.
• Keep the charger clean.
Excessive dust may prevent heat release
and cause burnout or fire.
• Keep the handset out of rain or extreme
humidity.
Electric shock may occur.
• If water or foreign matter should get
inside handset, unplug the charger.
May result in a fire or electric shock, or
emit smoke.
• Avoid wires and other metal objects and
secure the plug when inserting the
power cord into an outlet.
Electric shock may occur.
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• Be sure to unplug charger or In-Car
Charger before a long period of disuse.
Fire, electric shock or malfunction may
occur.
Handset Use & Electronic Medical Equipment
CAUTION
• Do not place heavy objects on the
charger cord.
Fire or electric shock may occur.
• Grasp plug (not cord) to unplug Rapid
Charger.
Pulling on the cord may damage the
cord and cause an electric shock or fire.
• When cleaning the handset, unplug the
charger/In-Car Charger.
Electric shock may occur.
3.1.5 Handset Use & Electronic Medical
Equipment
This section is based on “Guidelines on the Use of
Radio Communications Equipment such as Cellular
Telephones and Safeguards for Electronic Medical
Equipment” (Electromagnetic Compatibility
Conference April, 1997) and “Report of Investigation
3.1.5
of the Effects of Radio Waves on Medical Equipment,
etc.” (Association of Radio Industries and
Businesses, March 2001).
WARNING
• Persons with implanted pacemakers or
defibrillators should keep handset more
than 22 cm away.
Implanted pacemakers or defibrillators
may malfunction due to radio waves.
• Turn handset power OFF in crowded
places such as trains. People with
implanted pacemakers or defibrillators
may be near.
Implanted pacemakers or defibrillators
may malfunction due to radio waves.
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3.1.6
Memory Card
• Observe these rules when visiting
medical institutions:
• Do not take handset into operating
rooms, Intensive or Coronary Care
Units.
• Keep handset OFF in hospitals.
• Keep handset OFF in hospital lobbies.
Electronic equipment may be near.
• Obey rules regarding mobile phone
use in medical institutions.
• If function to automatically turn power
on is set, cancel settings before
turning power OFF.
• Consult manufacturer for radio wave
effects on electronic equipment if
devices other than implanted
pacemakers and defibrillators are
used outside of medical institutions.
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3.1.6 Memory Card
WARNING
• Keep Memory Card out of the reach of
children.
It may be accidentally swallowed. If
swallowed, consult a doctor
immediately.
CAUTION
• Do not insert objects other than Memory
Card into the memory card slot.
Fire, electric shock or malfunction may
occur.
General Notes
3.2
• When saving or loading memory card
data, do not turn off your phone, shake
or subject to shock, or remove the
memory card.
May result in data loss or malfunction.
• Handsets are radios as stipulated by the Radio
Law. Under the Radio Law, handsets must be
submitted for inspection upon request.
• Use only the specified Memory Card.
May result in data loss or malfunction.
For details on specified equipment,
contact the Vodafone Customer Centre
(see page 198) or your nearest Vodafone
dealer.
• Vodafone is not liable for any damages resulting
from accidental loss/alteration of data. Please keep
separate records of Phone Book data, etc.
• Handset use near landlines, TVs or radios may
cause interference.
• Japan Mode (3G mode) is only available in Japan.
3.2.2 In Automobiles
3.2 General Notes
• Do not use the handset while driving. Doing so is
dangerous.
3.2.1 General Use
• Do not park illegally to use handset.
• Handset transmissions may be disrupted inside
buildings, tunnels or underground or when moving
into/out of such places.
• Use handset without disturbing others.
• Handset use may affect an automobile’s electronic
equipment.
3.2.3 Aboard Aircraft
• Never use handset aboard aircraft. (Keep power
OFF.)
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3.2.4
3.2.4 Handset Care
• If handset is left with no battery or an exhausted
one, data may be altered/lost. Vodafone is not
liable for any resulting damages.
• Avoid extreme temperatures/direct sunlight.
• Do not drop or subject the handset to shocks.
• Clean handset with dry, soft cloth.
Using alcohol, thinner, etc. may damage it.
• Handset is not waterproof. Keep it away from fluids
and high humidity.
• Never disassemble or modify handset.
• Avoid scratching handset displays.
• Make sure the handset power is turned OFF when
inserting/removing Memory Card.
• Do not attach other labels or stickers. Damage to
Memory Card slot or card contents may result.
• Use an oil-based felt-tip pen to write on Memory
Card. Do not use a pencil or ballpoint pen. Damage
to Memory Card or contents may result.
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Handset Care
• Do not touch the terminals with your hands or
metal objects.
• Memory Cards have limited product life span. After
long usage, data may not be savable.
3.2.5 Copyrights
Copyright laws protect sounds, images, computer
programs, databases, other materials and copyright
holders. Duplicated material is limited to private use
only. Use of materials beyond this limit or without
permission of copyright holders may constitute
copyright infringement, and be subject to criminal
punishment. Comply with copyright laws when using
images captured with handset camera. In addition,
materials recorded using this product are also subject
to the above defined restrictions.
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4.1 About This Manual
4.2.3 Soft Key
This manual describes the basic features and
Vodafone live! services of your Motorola mobile
phone.
Press the Soft Keys to operate functions that appear
on the bottom right and left of the screen.
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• In this manual, “abroad” stands for “out of
Japan”.
For example, “press SELECT” or “press the BACK key”
means “press the corresponding key shown in the
figure below” in this manual.
4.2 Symbols Used In This Manual
4.2.1 Menu Key
Press the Menu Key to open the menu when
appears at the bottom centre of the screen.
For example, “press M” means “press the menu key
to open the menu” in this manual.
4.2.2 5-way Navigation Key & Select Key
Use the 5-way Navigation Key (g) to select menu
items, move cursor and scroll, etc.
Press the Select Key (h) to make selection.
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4.3
Installing the USIM Card
4.3 Installing the USIM Card
②
Your 3G USIM (Universal IC Card) contains your
phone number, service details, and Phone Book/
message memory.
Caution: Do not bend or scratch your card. Avoid
exposing your card to static electricity, water, or dirt.
③
①
Battery Cover Remove Button
1
2
②
①
3
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4
Memory Card
4.4
4.4 Memory Card
Memory Card
Insert the Memory Card next to the USIM card (see
right) underneath the phone battery.
The Memory Card provides you with a larger storage
capacity than the Phone Memory. When you
download for example pictures, sounds, video clips
or V-appli, they will be saved to the Memory Card.
To view a list of what is saved to either the Memory
Card or the Phone Memory, press M and select
Memory Card/Phone Memory. See “Viewing and Managing
Pictures” on page 72.
A TransFlash™ removable memory card and SD
adapter are included with your phone. Using the SD
adapter allows you to use the memory card with other
SD memory card-compatible devices (for example,
digital cameras, laptops, and mp3 players).
Memory Card
Slot Cover
4.5 Battery Tips
Battery life depends on the network, signal strength,
temperature, features, and accessories you use.
• Always use Motorola Original™
batteries and battery chargers. The
warranty does not cover damage
caused by non-Motorola batteries
and/or chargers.
• New batteries or batteries stored for a long time
may take more time to charge.
• When charging your battery, keep it near room
temperature.
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4.6
Installing the Battery
• When storing your battery, keep it uncharged in
a cool, dark, dry place, such as a refrigerator.
4.6 Installing the Battery
Your phone is designed to use only
Motorola Original™ batteries and
accessories.
• Never expose batteries to temperatures below
-10°C (14°F) or above 45°C (113°F). Always take
your phone with you when you leave your
vehicle.
• It is normal for batteries to gradually wear down
and require longer charging times. If you notice a
change in your battery life, it is probably time to
purchase a new battery.
Contact your local recycling centre for proper
battery disposal.
Warning: Never dispose of batteries in a fire
because they may explode.
②
①
①
Battery Cover Remove Button
1
Before using your phone, please read the battery
safety information in the Safety and General
Information section included in this manual.
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②
③
2
Charging the Battery
4.7 Charging the Battery
New batteries are shipped partially charged. Before
you can use your phone, you need to charge the
battery as described right. Some batteries perform
best after several full charge/discharge cycles.
4.7
Action
1 Plug the rapid charger into your phone with the
release tab facing up.
②
Release
Tab
Plug
①
Household
Socket
2
Plug the other end of the rapid charger into the
appropriate electrical outlet.
3
When your phone indicates Charge Complete, press
the release tab and remove the rapid charger.
Tip: You can safely leave the rapid charger connected
to your phone after charging is complete. This will not
damage the battery.
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4.8
Handset Parts and Functions
4.8 Handset Parts and Functions
j
4.8.1 Handset
b
h
k
i
1
l
2
3
4
c
d
5
6
e
7
f
m
8
n
9
a
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g
Handset
1 Display
2 Menu KeyM
Open Main Menu and sub menus.
3 5-way Navigation Keyg
Select menus and items, move cursor during text
entry, scroll, etc.
4 Select Keyh
Centre of the Navigation Key. Select items.
5 Left Soft Key
Initiate function that appears on the bottom left
guide of the display. (See page 21)
6 Video Call KeyS
Make or receive Video Call.
7 Voice Call KeyD
Make or receive Voice Call.
8 Keypad
Dial phone numbers or enter numbers and
characters.
9 Microphone
a Charger Terminals
b Earpiece
c Internal Camera
4.8.1
d Right Soft Key
Initiate function that appears on the bottom right
guide of the display. (See page 21)
e Clear/Back KeyU
Delete characters or return to the previous screen.
f Power & End KeyF
Turn power On/Off, end calls or exit menus.
g Accessory Connector
h Volume KeysVW
Adjust speaker volume during calls or ring tone
volume.
i Smart KeyX
Set various functions. Phone Book is opened by
default.
j Antenna
k External Camera
l External Display
m Camera KeyY
Activate camera or take pictures.
n Headphone ConnectorP
Connect Stereo Earphone Microphone.
The connector cover on the bottom of the handset
is not provided.
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4.8.2
Display
4.8.2 Display
2 Network Indicators
Shows the status of network.
:Packet communication area
1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9
:Packet communication supported
3 Data Transmission Indicator
:Normal circuit connection
:Secure circuit connection
:Normal packet communication to sites
:Secure packet communication to sites
:Packet communication
4 Roam Indicator
(3G) appears in Japan. The network in use (
: GPRS,
: 3G,
: GSM) appears when using abroad.
5 Call Status Indicators
Note: Actual screens may differ from those depicted
in this manual.
1 Signal Strength Indicator
Shows signal strength with vertical bars.
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appears during calling and talking.
appears
when set to forward all incoming calls (Voicemail, etc.).
6 Java Run Status Indicator
appears when Java is running.
External Display
7 Message Indicator
Shows the status of Received Message.
:Unread SMS or MMS
:Unread MMS
:Message forwarded to Voicemail
4.8.3
4.8.3 External Display
The time and phone status appear on the external
display when the handset is closed.
1
2 3 456 7
:Message forwarded to Voicemail and unread
SMS or MMS
:Received Message memory full
8 Ring Style Indicator
:Silent set
:Vibrate set
:Vibrate & Ring set
:Loud Ring set
:Soft Ring set
9 Battery Level Indicator
Shows battery strength with vertical bars.
Tip: If Low Battery appears and Battery Alarm sounds,
charge the battery.
1 Signal Strength Indicator
Shows signal strength with vertical bars.
2 Network Indicators
Shows the status of network.
:Packet communication area
:Packet communication supported
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4.8.3
External Display
3 Data Transmission Indicator
:Received Message memory is full with unread
MMS
:Packet communication
4 Roam Indicator
(3G) appears in Japan. The network in use (
3G,
: GPRS,
abroad.
: GSM) appears when using
5 JAVA Run Status Indicator
appears when JAVA is running.
6 Message Indicator
Shows the status of Inbox.
:Unread SMS or MMS
:Unread MMS
:Message forwarded to Voicemail
:Message forwarded to Voicemail and unread
SMS or MMS
:Message forwarded to Voicemail and unread
MMS
:Received Message memory full
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:
:Received Message memory full. Message
forwarded to Voicemail
:Received Message memory is full with unread
MMS. Message forwarded to Voicemail
7 Battery Level Indicator
Shows battery strength with vertical bars.
Navigation Guide
4.9
4.9 Navigation Guide
Main Menu
V-appli
• V ア プ リ ダウ ン ロー ド
(Downloading V-appli)
• Football
• Skipping Stones
Vodafone live!
• Vodafone live!
• Bookmarks
• Enter URL
• Browser Set
• History
• Web Sessions
• My Saved Page
Media Player
• Camera
• Record Video
• Pictures
• Videos
• Sound&Ringtone
This is the standard main menu layout.
Menu organisation and feature names
may vary on your phone. Not all features
may be available on your phone.
Messaging
• Create Message
• New SMS
• New MMS
• MMS Templates
• Voicemail
• Received Message
• Quick Notes
• Sent Messages
• Draft Messages
• MMS Templates
Data Folder
• Pictures
• Sound&Ringtone
• Videos
Camera
• Go To Pictures
• Phone Memory
• Internal View
• Auto-Timed Capture
• Light On
• Adjust Brightness
• Pictures Setup
• View Free Space
• Send in Message
• Store Only
• Apply as Wallpaper
• Apply as Screen Saver
• Apply as Phone Book Entry
Phone Book
Tools
• Alarms
• Calculator
• Calendar
• SIM-appli
• Content Key
Record Video
• Go To Videos
• Phone Memory
• Internal View
• Light On
• Videos Setup
• View Free Space
• Send in Message
• Store Only
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4.9
Navigation Guide
Main Menu (cont.)
Shortcuts
• [New Shortcut]
• メ ロデ ィ ダウ ン ロー ド
(Downloading Melody)
• ピ ク チ ャ ーダウ ン ロー ド
(Downloading Picture)
• V ア プ リ ダウ ン ロー ド
(Downloading V-appli)
• ムービーダウ ン ロー ド
(Downloading Video Clip)
Call Logs
• Received Calls
• Dialled Calls
• Notepad
• Call Times
Settings
(see page 33)
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Navigation Guide
4.9
Settings Menu
Personalise
• Watch&Key
• Main Menu
• Greeting
• Wallpaper
• Screen Saver
Ring Styles
• Style
• (current ring style) Detail
Diverts
• Voice Calls
• Video Calls
• Cancel All
• Divert Status
In-Call Setup
• In-Call Timer
• My Caller ID
• Answer options
• Call Waiting
• MSG Alert
Initial Setup
• Time and Date
• 1-Touch Dial
• Display Timeout
• Backlight
• Scroll
• Language
• Battery save
• Brightness
• DTMF
• Master Reset
• Master Clear
Phone Status
• My Contact Details
• Battery Meter
• User Accounts
• Memory Setting
• Other Information
Shortcuts
Headset
• Auto Answer
• Receive Setting
• Voice Dial
Network Set
• Select Network
• Network Setup
• Available Networks
• My Network List
• Service Tone
• Call Drop Tone
Security Set
• Phone Lock
• Lock Application
• Show Private Entries
• Call Barring
• USIM PIN
• USIM PIN2
• New Passwords
V-appli Set
• Java System
• Delete all apps
• App Vibration
• App Volume
• App Priority
• App Backlight
• Set Standby App
Car Settings
• Auto Answer
• Auto Handsfree
• Power-off Delay
• Charger time
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4.10
Turning Your Phone On
4.10 Turning Your Phone On
Action
1 Press and hold F for 2 seconds to turn on the
phone.
2
3
• increase or decrease speakerphone volume
during a call
Caution: If you enter an incorrect PIN code
3 times in a row, your USIM card is disabled
and your phone displays SIM Blocked.
• turn off an incoming call alert
If necessary, enter your four-digit unlock code
and press OK key to unlock the phone.
4.11 Setting the Display Language
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
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• increase or decrease earpiece volume during a
call
If necessary, enter your USIM card PIN code
and press the OK key to unlock the USIM card.
Tip: The unlock code is originally set to 1234.
2
4.12 Adjusting Volume
Press the up or down volume keys to:
SELECT
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M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> Language
To
scroll to English or 日本語
set the language
• increase or decrease the ringer volume setting
when the home screen is visible
Tip: At the lowest volume setting, press the
down volume key once to switch to vibrate alert.
Press it again to switch to silent alert. Press the
up volume key to cycle back to vibrate alert,
then ring alert.
Making a Call
4.13
4.13 Making a Call
4.14 Answering a Call
To make video calls, see page 77.
When you receive a call, your phone rings and/or
vibrates and displays an incoming call message.
Press
1 keypad
To
dial the phone number
2
D
make the call
3
F
end the call and “hang up”
the phone when you are
finished
When Open To Answer is On, open the phone to answer the
call. To set Open To Answer, press M > Settings > In-Call Setup
> Answer options > Open To Answer.
If Open To Answer is Off:
Press
1 D
Tip: You can also close the phone to end the call.
or
Note:
• When making a voice/video call to an ISDN
(Integrated Services Digital Network) fixed line or
a mobile phone other than Vodafone 3G, a series
of long beeps will be heard.
To
answer the call
2
DIVERT
divert the call to your voicemail or
call divert number, as though
your line was busy
F
end the call and “hang up” the
phone when you are finished
• When the other party disconnects a call, no
beeps or sound will be heard.
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4.15
4.15 Changing the Call Alert
In the home screen, press the down volume key to
switch the alert for incoming calls and other events to
vibrate alert, then silent alert. Press the up volume key
to reset ring alert.
4.16 Viewing Your Phone Number
To view your phone number from the home screen,
press M #.
While you are on a call, press M > My Tel. Number.
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Changing the Call Alert
Entering Text
Press the Mode key in a text entry screen to change the
text entry mode. The mode you select remains active
until you select another mode.
5Entering Text
• You can press the Mode key to cycle through the
text entry modes in the following order.
Katakana mode – alphabet mode – numeric
mode – hiragana mode
• To enter a pictograph, press * in hiragana
mode or alphabet mode and choose a
pictograph from the list.
• To enter a symbol, press # in hiragana mode,
katakana mode, or alphabet mode and choose a
symbol from the list.
The following icons indicate the current text entry
mode.
: Hiragana mode
: Katakana mode
: Alphabet mode
5
Tip: You can select a text entry mode in any text entry
screen by pressing M > Entry Mode.
5.1 Setting the Initial Text Entry
Mode
You can change the text entry mode when a text entry
screen appears.
• The text entry mode is originally set to Hiragana.
Press M > Entry Setup from any text entry screen. Select
Default, and choose a text entry mode.
5.2 Assignment of Keypad Keys
You can enter characters by pressing the keypad, *,
or #. Available characters are different for each text
entry mode. In hiragana mode, katakana mode, and
alphabet mode, the character varies according to the
number of times you press the keypad, *, or #.
• When entering text in numeric mode, press 1
to 9 for 1 second to switch to alphabet mode.
: Numeric mode
Entering Text
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5.2
Assignment of Keypad Keys
• When entering text in alphabet mode, press 1
to 0 for 1 second to switch to numeric mode.
Text
Kanji/
entry
Hiragana
mode
mode
key
1
あい う えお
ぁぃ ぅ ぇぉ
2
かき く け こ
3
さ し すせそ
4
た ちつて と
っ
Katakana
Alphabet Numeric
mode
mode
mode
(single-byte)
サシ スセ ソ d e f 3
タ チツテ ト g h i 4
ッ
ナニ ヌ ネ ノ j k l 5
3
なにぬねの
はひふへほ
7
まみむめ も
ハ ヒ フ ヘホ m n o 6
マ ミムメ モ p q r s 7
8
やゆよ
ゃゅ ょ
ヤユ ヨ
ャュ ョ
9
ら り るれろ
ラ リ ルレ ロ w x y z 9 9
Entering Text
わをん
ゎ 、。 ?
!ー ・
0
ワヲン
、 。 ?!ー ・
*
Pictographs
(Before
confirming
character:
Add ゙ / ゚ )
*
#
Enter
、。
(Press after symbols
confirming
character to
enter
symbols)
4
6
tuv8
5
6
7
8
Katakana
Alphabet Numeric
mode
mode
mode
(single-byte)
0
ア イ ウエオ . - @ / : ~ 1
ァィ ゥェォ 1
2
カキクケコ a b c 2
5
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Text
Kanji/
entry
Hiragana
mode
mode
key
0
(press for
1
second
to enter
+)
Pictographs *
(Before
confirming
character:
Add ゙ / ゚ )
Enter
symbols
#
Assignment of Keypad Keys
Text
Kanji/
entry
Hiragana
mode
mode
key
Katakana
Alphabet Numeric
mode
mode
mode
(single-byte)
g up Move
cursor up
Moves cursor up
(Before
confirming
character:
Default
conversion
(reverse
order))
(When
converting
text: Show
conversion
list)
5.2
Text
Kanji/
entry
Hiragana
mode
mode
key
Katakana
Alphabet Numeric
mode
mode
mode
(single-byte)
Move cursor down
g
Move
(After confirming character:
down cursor
Line break)
down
(Before
confirming
character:
Default
conversion
(priority
order)) (End
of text: Line
break)
(When
converting
text: Show
conversion
list)
Entering Text
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5.2
Assignment of Keypad Keys
Text
Kanji/
entry
Hiragana
mode
mode
key
Katakana
Alphabet Numeric
mode
mode
mode
(single-byte)
Moves cursor left
g left Move
cursor left
(When
converting
text:
Change
characterselection to
convert)
g
right
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Moves cursor right
Move
cursor right
(When
converting
text:
Change
characterselection to
convert)
Entering Text
Text
Kanji/
entry
Hiragana
mode
mode
key
Katakana
Alphabet Numeric
mode
mode
mode
(single-byte)
U
Erase one character left of cursor
(Press for 1 second: Erase all text being
edited)
D
Line break
S
Enter a space
(Press for 1 second: Enter multiple spaces)
S
(when
entering
text)
Switch between normal
and small characters
(only for characters that
can be converted to
small characters)
Enter a
Switch
between space
upper
and
lower
case
Entering Characters
5.3 Entering Characters
Entering Kanji/Hiragana
5.3
Press
Note:
• To enter dakuten or handakuten marks, press
* after entering a character without the mark.
In a text entry screen, press the keypad repeatedly to
cycle through its characters.
Press
1 Mode
(multiple times)
To
switch to hiragana mode
2
enter text
keypad
To
• To enter another character assigned to the
same key, press g right after entering the first
letter.
• For keypad key assignments, see page 37.
Example: To enter “ やま も と じ ろ う ”
1 Press 8 one time. “ や ” appears.
2 Press 7 one time. “ ま ” appears.
3
PREDICT
show the conversion list
or
g down
޽
1/1
2.4
߆ࠊ
3 Press g right. Cursor moves right.
4 Press 7 five times. “ も ” appears.
5 Press 4 five times. “ と ” appears.
6 Press 3 two times and press *. “ じ ” appears.
Ꮉ‫ޓᤨޓ‬ᣣ
ಽ‫޿޿ࠊ߆ޓ‬
ᄌࠊߞߚ
5'.'%6
%#0%'.
If PREDICT is pressed
7 Press 9 five times. “ ろ ” appears.
8 Press 1 three times. “ う ” appears.
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5.3
Press
4 g up or down
Entering Characters
To
select a character or word
Conversion predictions
appear in the following
order: kanji, hiragana,
double-byte katakana and
romaji.
5
SELECT
enter the highlighted
character
Note:
• Press g down to set the default conversion.
Because kanji conversion is the default setting,
use this function instead of the PREDICT key. Press
g up to convert in reverse order.
• Press the CANCEL key or U to close the conversion
list.
Tip: To convert hiragana into katakana, alphabet, or
numbers, press the KANA-EI-SU key after entering
hiragana, select the desired text, and press the SELECT
key.
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Entering Text
Entering Small Characters (っ , ッ , etc.)
Small characters are assigned to keys just like normal
characters (see page 37).
Entering Dakuten/Handakuten Marks
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 keypad
2
*
To
enter a character without
dakuten (゙) or handakuten (゚)
marks
enter text
Press * repeatedly until the
desired character is entered.
Entering Characters
5.3
Entering Katakana
Entering Alphabet
In a text entry screen:
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 Mode
(multiple times)
To
switch to katakana mode
Press
1 Mode
(multiple times)
To
switch to alphabet mode
2
enter a character assigned
to the key
2
enter a character assigned
to the key
keypad
Note: For keypad key assignments, see page 37.
keypad
Note: For keypad key assignments, see page 37.
Tip: To convert hiragana into katakana, press the
KANA-EI-SU key after entering hiragana, select the desired
text, and press the SELECT key.
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5.3
Entering Characters
Entering Numbers
Entering Pictographs
In a text entry screen:
Switch to hiragana mode or alphabet mode and enter
pictographs.
Press
1 Mode
(multiple times)
To
switch to numeric mode
2
enter a number
keypad
To enter a pictograph, press
* in hiragana mode or
alphabet mode and choose
a pictograph from the list.
Press
1 *
2
g
To
open the pictograph list
select a pictograph
If you press * when viewing
the list, you can quickly
cycle through the pages.
3
SELECT
enter the pictograph
Entering Symbols
Entering Emoticons
Switch to hiragana mode, katakana mode, or
alphabet mode and enter symbols.
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 #
To
show the symbol list
2
g
select a symbol
3
SELECT
enter the symbol
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Entering Text
Press
1 M
To
open the Message Menu
2
g up or down
scroll to Entry Mode
3
SELECT
show the entry mode list
4
g up or down
scroll to Emoticon
Predictive Conversion
Press
5 SELECT
To
show the emoticon list
6
g up or down
select an emoticon
7
SELECT
enter the emoticon
In a text entry screen:
To
enter a space
or
By using predictive conversion, kanji conversion
candidates automatically appear every time you press
the keypad, allowing for more effective text entry.
You can enable or disable predictive conversion in
hiragana mode.
Note: Predictive conversion is originally set to Off.
In a text entry screen:
S
Entering Line Breaks
In a text entry screen:
Press
D
5.4 Predictive Conversion
5.4.1 Setting Predictive Conversion
Mode
Entering Spaces
Press
g right
5.4
To
enter a line break
Press
1 M
To
open the Message Menu
2
g up or down
scroll to Entry Setup
3
SELECT
show the input settings
screen
4
g up or down
scroll to Prediction
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5.4.2
Press
5 h
or
Entering Text Using Predictive Conversion
To
show the predictive
conversion settings screen
CHANGE
6
g up or down
select On
7
SELECT
set predictive conversion to On
Note: Set to Off to not use predictive conversion.
5.4.2 Entering Text Using Predictive
Conversion
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 Mode
(multiple times)
To
switch to hiragana mode
2
enter text
keypad
The predictive conversion
list automatically appears.
Note: For keypad key
assignments, see page 37.
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Entering Text
Editing Text
Press
3 g
4
SELECT
5.5
To
select a conversion
candidate
5.5 Editing Text
enter the conversion
candidate
To correct an entered character immediately, delete it
and enter new one.
Press the PREDICT key to show
the cursor on the predictive
conversion list. The
predictive conversion list
does not appear if there are
no appropriate conversion
candidates.
5.5.1 Correcting an Entered Character
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 U
To
delete one character already
entered
2
enter the correct one
keypad
5.5.2 Deleting Letters and Words
Place the cursor to the right of the text you want to
delete, and then:
Action
Press U to delete one letter at a time.
Press and hold U to delete the entire text.
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5.5.3
Copying, Cutting, and Pasting Text
5.5.3 Copying, Cutting, and Pasting Text
Press M from a text entry screen to display these
options:
Note: Copy All Text also appears in the menu (press M)
when you are viewing details for a Phone Book entry,
Calendar event, Browser page, text message, or
Recent Calls entry.
Option
Copy Text
Description
Copy the text you are about
to highlight (see the following
“Highlighting Text”).
Copy All Text
Copy all text in the editor.
Cut Text
Cut the text you are about to
highlight (see the following
“Highlighting Text”).
Cut All Text
Cut all text in the editor.
2
START
turn on the highlighting marker
Paste
Paste the text you cut or
copied.
3
g
scroll to the end of the text
you want to copy or cut
Undo
Undo the last copy, cut, or
paste in the current text
editor.
4
COPY
copy or cut the text you
selected
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Entering Text
Highlighting Text
In a text editor, to highlight and copy or cut text:
Find the Feature
Press
1 g
or
CUT
M
> Copy Text or Cut Text
To
scroll to the beginning of the
text you want to copy or cut
You can now paste the text
in another location or file.
Copying, Cutting, and Pasting Text
5.5.3
Pasting Text
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 g
To
move the cursor to the
position to paste text
2
M
open the menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Paste
4
SELECT
paste the text
Inserting Text
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 g
To
move the cursor to the
position to insert text
2
enter text
keypad
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Phone Book
6.1 Storing Phone Book Entries
6Phone Book
6.1.1 Phone Book Entry Items
Option
Name
Yomigana
Description
Handset
Kanji, hiragana,
katakana, alphabet,
numbers, symbols,
pictographs
(maximum 24
single- or doublebyte characters)
USIM Card
Kanji, hiragana,
katakana, alphabet,
numbers, symbols,
pictographs
(maximum 24
single- or doublebyte characters)
Kanji, hiragana,
katakana, alphabet,
numbers, symbols,
pictographs
(maximum 24
single- or doublebyte characters)
Kanji, hiragana,
katakana, alphabet,
numbers, symbols,
pictographs
(maximum 24
single- or doublebyte characters)
No.
Maximum 40 digits
Maximum 40 digits
Type
Seven types
-
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Phone Book
Option
Store To
Description
Handset
Handset or USIM
card
USIM Card
Handset or USIM
card
Voice Name
Record a voice
name
-
Speed No.
1 to 500
501 to 550
Category
Four categories
Four categories
Street 1,
Street 2
Maximum 30 single- -
or double-byte
characters
City
Maximum 30 single- -
or double-byte
characters
County
Maximum 20 single- -
or double-byte
characters
Storing a Phone Book Entry
Option
Zip/Postal
Code
Country
Description
Handset
Seven digits
6.1.2
6.1.2 Storing a Phone Book Entry
USIM Card
-
You can enter data such as name, phone number, and
e-mail address in a Phone Book entry.
Maximum 30 single- -
or double-byte
characters
Birthday
Enter month, day,
and year
-
Ringer ID
Select from list
-
Picture
Select from list
Private
-
-
Set to Yes or No
Email
50 single-byte
characters
50 single-byte
characters
'PVT[&GVCKNU
0COG
0Q
6[RG 9QTM
5VQTGVQ 2JQPG
8QKEG0COG
5RGGF0Q
%CVGIQT[ )GPGTCN
%#0%'.
&10'
Storing Name and Phone Number
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
Tip: The new Phone Book entry screen appears when
no entries are stored in the Phone Book. Press h and
go to the following step 2.
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6.1.2
Press
1 New
Storing a Phone Book Entry
To
show the new Phone Book
entry screen
If the search method is set to
Jump To, press M on the
Phone Book list, and select
New with g.
2
g up or down
SELECT
select Phone Number
4
g up or down
scroll to Name
5
h
select Name
6
keypad
enter a name
7
OK
store the name
Tip: When correcting
yomigana, select Yomigana,
press h, and enter new
yomigana with the keypad.
8
g up or down
scroll to No.
9
h
select No.
Phone Book
To
enter a phone number
11 OK
store the phone number
12 g up or down
scroll to Type
13 h
select Type
14 g up or down
select a type
Select from Work, Home, Main,
Mobile, Video, Fax, and Pager.
scroll to Phone Number
3
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Press
10 keypad
15 SELECT
store the type
16 DONE
store the Phone Book entry
Tip: To select a location to
store to, select Store To from
the Phone Book entry
screen, press h, and select
Phone or USIM.
Storing a Phone Book Entry
Storing Name and E-mail Address
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
Tip: The new Phone Book entry screen appears when
no entries are stored in the Phone Book. Press h and
go to the following step 2.
Press
1 New
To
show the new Phone Book
entry screen
Note: If the search method is
set to Jump To, press M on the
Phone Book list, and select
New with g.
2
g up or down
3
SELECT
select Email Address
4
g up or down
scroll to Name
5
h
select Name
6
keypad
enter a name
scroll to Email Address
6.1.2
Press
7 OK
To
store the name
8
g up or down
scroll to Email
9
h
select Email
10 keypad
enter an e-mail address
11 OK
store the e-mail address
12 DONE
store the Phone Book entry
Entering Special Code into a Phone Number
You can enter p (pause), w (wait), or n (number) when
entering a phone number that requires timing different
from that of standard phone calls (such as
international calls).
You can use this function when sending touch-tone
(DTMF) signals (see page 113).
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6.1.2
Storing a Phone Book Entry
While entering a phone number:
Press
M > Insert Pause
To
insert a p (pause) character
Press
M > Insert ’n’
Your phone dials the
preceding digits, waits for
the call to connect, then
dials the remaining digit(s).
Note: If your phone does not
recognise the first pause
character, try inserting two
(pp).
M > Insert Wait
Your phone prompts you for
a number before dialling the
call. The number you enter is
inserted into the dialling
sequence in place of the n
character.
Note: You cannot store a number that contains a w or
n character on the USIM card.
insert a w (wait) character
Creating a Category Mailing List
Your phone dials the
preceding digits, waits for
the call to connect, then
prompts you for confirmation
before it dials the remaining
digit(s).
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
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Phone Book
To
insert an n (number)
character
SELECT
M
M
> Phone Book
> New Entry
To
scroll to Mailing List
select Mailing List
Storing Phone Numbers from Dialled/Received Calls
Press
3 g up or down
To
scroll to Name
6.1.3 Storing Phone Numbers from
Dialled/Received Calls
Find the Feature
4
h
select Name
5
keypad
enter a list name
6
OK
store the list name
7
g up or down
scroll to Members
8
h
select Members
9
g up or down
select the Phone Book entry
of the member to store
10 h
6.1.3
Press
1 g up or down
2
select the entry
11 OK
set selected members
12 DONE
store the mailing list
> Call Logs
> Received Calls or Dialled Calls
To
scroll to the phone number
select Store
The Phone Book entry
screen with the selected
phone number entered
appears.
A check appears next to the
selected Phone Book entry.
You can select additional
entries.
M > Store
M
3
Enter the other items in the entry and store the
data.
Edit Voice Name, Speed No., and Category if necessary.
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6.1.4
Checking Phone Book Capacity
6.1.4 Checking Phone Book Capacity
You can see how much memory space remains for
storing Phone Book and calendar entries on the
phone and USIM card.
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
> Phone Capacity or SIM Capacity
6.2 Options when Storing Phone
Book Entries
6.2.1 Recording a Voice Name for a
Phone Book Entry
Tip: Make your recording in a quiet location. Hold the
phone about 4 inches (10 centimetres) from your
mouth, and speak directly into the phone in a normal
tone.
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
Action
1 Press g to scroll to the entry.
2
Press h to view entry details.
3
Press the EDIT key to edit the entry.
4
Select Voice Name with g and press h.
5
Press the RECORD key to begin recording.
You can record a voice name for a new or existing
Phone Book entry. A voice name lets you call the
Phone Book entry using voice dial.
6
Press the RECORD key again and say the entry’s
name (within 2 seconds) to record the voice
name.
Note: You cannot record a voice name for an entry
stored on the USIM card.
7
When prompted, press the RECORD key and
repeat name.
8
Press the DONE key to store the voice name.
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Changing Speed Dial Number
6.2.2
6.2.2 Changing Speed Dial Number
6.2.3 Setting Categories
Speed dial numbers are automatically assigned.
Alternatively, you can assign a speed dial number to
an entry.
Find the Feature
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
Action
1 Press g to scroll to the entry.
2
Press h to view entry details.
3
Press the EDIT key to edit the entry.
4
Select Speed No. with g and press h.
5
Enter the desired speed dial number and press
the OK key.
M
> Phone Book
Action
1 Press g to scroll to the entry.
2
Press h to view entry details.
3
Press the EDIT key to edit the entry.
4
Select Category with g and press h.
5
Select a category with g and press the SELECT
key.
You can select General, Business, Personal, VIP, or
another category that you created.
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6.2.4
Storing an Address
6.2.4 Storing an Address
6.2.5 Storing a Birthday
Postal address is entered/displayed in the following
order: street, city, prefecture (county), postal code,
and country.
Find the Feature
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
Action
1 Press g to scroll to the entry.
2
Press h to view entry details.
3
Press the EDIT key to edit the entry.
4
Select Street 1 with g and press h.
5
Enter an address and press the OK key.
6
Enter Street 2, City, County, Zip/Postal Code, and Country in
the same way.
M
> Phone Book
Action
1 Press g to scroll to the entry.
2
Press h to view entry details.
3
Press the EDIT key to edit the entry.
4
Select Birthday with g and press h.
5
Enter birthday and press the OK key.
Tip: The format is originally set to month/day/
year. You can change the format from the time
and date settings menu (see page 85).
6.2.6 Setting Ringer ID
You can set a distinctive ring tone for each Phone
Book entry.
Find the Feature
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Phone Book
M
> Phone Book
Setting Pictures
Action
1 Press g to scroll to the entry.
2
Press h to view entry details.
3
Press the EDIT key to edit the entry.
4
Select Ringer ID with g and press h.
5
Select a ringer ID with g and press the SELECT
key.
Note: You cannot set a ringer ID for an entry
stored on the USIM card.
M
Action
4 Select Picture with g and press h.
5
Select a picture with g and press the SELECT key.
Note: You cannot set a picture for an entry
stored on the USIM card.
6.2.8 Adding Phone Numbers
You cannot store more than one phone number for a
Phone Book entry. However, you can store more
phone numbers by adding more entries.
Follow the steps below to easily add Phone Book
entries.
6.2.7 Setting Pictures
Find the Feature
6.2.7
> Phone Book
Action
1 Press g to scroll to the entry.
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
2
Press h to view entry details.
Action
1 Press g to scroll to the entry.
3
Press the EDIT key to edit the entry.
2
Press h to view entry details.
3
Press the EDIT key to edit the entry.
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6.2.9
Adding E-mail Addresses
Action
4 Select MORE with g and press h.
5
Select Phone Number with g and press the SELECT
key.
6
Select No. with g and press h.
7
Enter the desired phone number and press the
OK key.
6.2.9 Adding E-mail Addresses
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
Action
1 Press g to scroll to the entry.
2
Press h to view entry details.
3
Press the EDIT key to edit the entry.
4
Select MORE with g and press h.
5
Select Email Address with g and press the SELECT
key.
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Action
6 Select Email with g and press h.
7
Enter an e-mail address and press the OK key.
6.2.10 Setting the Primary Number for a
Phone Book Entry
When you enter multiple phone numbers for the same
name, you can specify the primary number.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Phone Book
To
scroll to the entry
open the Phonebook Menu
2
M
3
g up or down
scroll to Set Primary
4
SELECT
select Set Primary
5
g up or down
scroll to the number you
want to set as the primary
number
6
SELECT
set the primary number
Using Phone Book Category Views
Note:
• Depending on how the Phone Book list is sorted,
the primary number is listed first, or is the only
number that appears for a Phone Book entry.
Option
Name
6.3
Description
Enter the category name.
Press M to select a text
entry mode (see page 37).
• To show only the primary number, press M > Setup
> View > Primary Contacts on the Phone Book list. To
verify other phone numbers, press g left or right.
Members
6.3 Using Phone Book Category Views
Open the list of Phone Book
entries that you can add or
remove from the category.
Ringer ID
Set a distinctive ringer alert
for the category.
6.3.1 Creating a New Category
Your phone includes several predefined Phone Book
categories. You can create additional categories, and
customise the way your phone notifies you of
incoming calls from entries in different categories.
Find the Feature
M
M
M
> Phone Book > g down
> Categories
> New
Your phone uses the alert to
notify you when you receive
a call from an entry in this
category. To activate ringer
IDs, see page 88.
A ringer ID for an individual
entry overrides the category
alert.
A name is required for the category. All other
information is optional. You can enter the following
information for a category.
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6.3.2
Editing a Category
6.3.2 Editing a Category
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
M
> Phone Book > g down
> Categories
6.3.3 Deleting a Category
Find the Feature
To
scroll to the category
Press
1 g up or down
M
M
> Phone Book > g down
> Categories
To
scroll to the category
open the Category Menu
2
M
open the Category Menu
2
M
3
g up or down
scroll to Edit
3
g up or down
scroll to Delete
4
SELECT
edit the category
4
SELECT
delete the category
Edit the category information as described in the
previous section.
Note:
• You cannot edit the All category.
• You cannot edit the name of the General category.
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Phone Book
Note:
• You cannot delete the All and General categories.
• When you delete a category, all entries in the
category revert to General.
Setting Ringer Alerts for Categories
6.3.4
6.3.4 Setting Ringer Alerts for
Categories
6.3.5 Setting the Phone Book Category
View
You can set your phone to use ringer alerts to notify
you when you receive a call from an entry in a
category.
You can view all entries in the Phone Book list, or view
only the entries in the category you specify.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
M
> Phone Book > g down
> Categories
To
scroll to the category
2
M
open the Category Menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Edit
4
SELECT
select Edit
5
g up or down
scroll to Ringer ID
6
h
select Ringer ID
7
g up or down
select a ringer ID
8
SELECT
set the ringer ID
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
M
> Phone Book > g down
> Categories
To
scroll to All, Business, Personal,
General, VIPs, or another
category that you created
select the category view
Note: The Phone Book category view is reset to All
each time you turn the phone on.
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6.4
Using the Phone Book
6.4 Using the Phone Book
6.4.1 Dialling a Phone Book Entry
Press
2 g up or down
3
D
To
scroll to the entry
make the call
You can call the entry stored in the Phone Book.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g down
M
> Phone Book
To
show the Phone Book list
Names appear in Japanese
alphabetical order by
yomigana.
Tip: The Phone Book appears
in the following order.
1. Kana
2. Alphabet
3. Numbers
4. Symbols
5. Pictographs
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To make a video call, press
S. The stored number is
called.
Note: You can call with speed dial or 1-touch dial
(see page 98).
Voice Dial
Press and hold D, then say the name when
prompted.
Searching the Phone Book
6.4.2 Searching the Phone Book
• Yomigana search screen
Enter characters and press the SEARCH key to
show the matching entry.
6.4.2
Note: Follow the steps below to switch to the speed
dial search screen.
• On the yomigana entry screen, press M and
select Find Speed Dial.
• Follow the same steps to switch back to the
yomigana search screen.
ࠕ
(KPF;QOKICPC
0
‫ޓ‬
0GY
Enter speed dial number and press the SEARCH key
to show the matching entry.
0GY
You can set the Phone Book list to show entries in
Japanese alphabetical order when Phone Book is
selected.
/QFG
• Speed dial search screen
123
0
Changing the Search Method
(KPF5RGGF
&KCN
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Phone Book
To
scroll to the entry
2
M
open the Phonebook Menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Setup
4
SELECT
select Setup
5
g up or down
scroll to Search Method
6
CHANGE
select Search Method
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6.4.3
Press
7 g up or down
8
SELECT
Sorting the Phone Book List
To
scroll to Jump To
Press
1 g up or down
select Jump To
Note: If Find is set, the yomigana entry screen appears
when Phone Book is selected and h is pressed.
Tip: Select Name to sort
entries in Japanese
alphabetical order by
yomigana.
6.4.3 Sorting the Phone Book List
You can sort your Phone Book list by name (the
standard), speed dial number, voice name, or e-mail
address.
Note: The voice name sort is identical to the name
sort, except that the entries with voice name tags are
listed first.
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
> Setup > Sort by
2
SELECT
Phone Book
select the sort order
6.4.4 Copying Phone Book Entries
You can copy one or more Phone Book entries to a
new speed dial location on the phone or USIM card.
This procedure does not delete the original entry.
The USIM card cannot store Type, Voice Name, Ringer ID, or
Picture information. When you copy an entry from the
phone to the USIM card, your phone prompts you for
confirmation before dropping this information and
copying the entry.
Find the Feature
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To
scroll to Name, Speed No., Voice
Name, or Email
M
> Phone Book
Sending Messages from the Phone Book
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to the entry
2
M
open the Phonebook Menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Copy
4
SELECT
select Copy
5
g up or down
scroll to a copy option
6
SELECT
select the copy option
If you select All To SIM or All To
Phone, your phone copies the
entries and the procedure is
complete.
7
8
h
g up or down
6.4.5
Press
9 OK
To
store the list of entries to
copy
10 g up or down
scroll to To
11 g left or right
change the target memory
12 DONE
copy the entries
6.4.5 Sending Messages from the Phone
Book
Find the Feature
M
> Phone Book
If you select Entries, continue
to the next step.
Press
1 g up or down
select Entries
2
M
scroll to entries you want to
copy
3
g up or down
scroll to Send Message
4
SELECT
select Send Message
5
g up or down
scroll to New SMS or New MMS
Press h to add an entry to
the copy list.
To
scroll to the entry
open the Phonebook Menu
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6.4.6 Sending Phone Book Entry Contents as SMS Messages
Press
6 SELECT
7
To
select the option
Press
6 SELECT
Enter message text and recipient’s e-mail
address/phone number, and send the
message.
Note: Creating Messages (see page 138)
Name, phone number, and
other information are inserted
into the message text.
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6.4.6 Sending Phone Book Entry
Contents as SMS Messages
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Phone Book
To
scroll to the entry
To
select New SMS
Enter message text and recipient’s e-mail
address/phone number, and send the
message.
Note: Creating Messages (see page 138)
6.4.7 Editing a Phone Book Entry
Find the Feature
2
M
open the Phonebook Menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Send Contact
Press
1 g up or down
4
SELECT
select Send Contact
2
5
g up or down
scroll to New SMS
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Phone Book
M
M
> Phone Book
To
scroll to the entry
open the Phonebook Menu
Deleting a Phone Book Entry
Press
3 g
4
SELECT
To
scroll to Edit
6.4.8
4
SELECT
select the option
5
YES
delete the entry or entries
select the menu
Edit the options on the entry.
6.4.8 Deleting a Phone Book Entry
You can delete one or all Phone Book entries.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Phone Book
To
scroll to the entry
2
M
open the Phonebook Menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Delete
To delete all entries, select
Delete All, press the SELECT key,
select From Phone or From SIM, and
press the SELECT key.
Phone Book
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7
Camera
You can do much more with your phone than make
and receive calls! This section describes some of your
phone’s highlight features.
7Camera
The active viewfinder image appears.
Remaining
pictures
you can
take at this
resolution.
7.1 Taking and Sending a Photo
Note: You can send pictures, videos, sounds,
shortcuts, bookmarks, events, and Phone Book
entries to a connected computer (see page 118).
To activate your phone’s camera, press the camera
key on the right side of your phone.
Press g
left or right
to switch
cameras.
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open Pictures Menu.
Take a photo.
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Return to
previous
screen.
Taking and Sending a Photo
Point the camera lens at the photo subject, then:
Press
1 CAPTURE
Option
Go To Pictures
Description
View pictures and photos
stored on your phone.
Memory Card/Phone Memory
If you choose to store the
photo, continue to step 3.
Select the memory card or
the phone memory as
storage location (only
present when memory card
is inserted).
Internal / External View
delete the photo and return
to active viewfinder
Switch between the internal
(self-portrait) and external
cameras.
Auto-Timed Capture
Set a timer for the camera to
take a photo.
Light
Turn the camera light on or off.
Adjust Brightness
Change the image
brightness.
Pictures Setup
Open the setup menu to
adjust picture and video
settings (see page 102).
View Free Space
See how much memory
remains for storing pictures.
To
take a photo
Tip: Press * to turn the
light on or off
2
OPTIONS
7.1
view storage options
or
DISCARD
3
g up or down
scroll to an option
4
SELECT
select the option
Press M to open the Pictures Menu when the camera is
active. The menu can include the following options:
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7.2
Using Photos and Pictures
You cannot assign pictures to entries stored on your
USIM card.
To download a picture from Vodafone live!, see
page 169.
7.2 Using Photos and Pictures
7.2.2 Viewing and Managing Pictures
You can send your photos to other mobile phone
users or e-mail addresses, assign photos to specific
Phone Book entries, and use them as wallpaper or
screen saver images.
7.2.1 Downloading Pictures
Your phone may contain predefined photos, pictures,
and animations. You can download and store
additional images on your phone.
If you are unable to establish a network connection
with Vodafone live!, contact Vodafone Customer
Centre (see page 198).
Note: The files that you download or receive as
attachments might have a lock that keeps you from
saving them on external memory, forwarding them, or
editing them.
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Camera
To view a photo, picture, or animation stored on your
phone:
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Data Folder > Pictures
To
scroll to the picture
2
VIEW
view the picture
3
g
or
view the next/previous
picture
M
open the Pictures Menu to
perform other options
Tip: To assign a stored picture to a Phone Book entry,
open the entry and press M > Edit > Picture.
Viewing and Managing Pictures
Press M to open the Pictures Menu from the picture list.
The menu can include the following options:
7.2.2
Option
Move
Description
Move pictures from the phone
memory to the memory card, or
from the memory card to the
phone memory (only present
when memory card is inserted).
Copy
Copy pictures from the phone
memory to the memory card, or
from the memory card to the
phone memory (only present
when memory card is inserted).
Mark
Mark the picture to move, copy,
send or delete it.
Option
Send in Message
Description
Insert selected picture in a new
message.
Memory Card/Phone
Memory
Switch between the phone memory
or the memory card (only present
when memory card is inserted).
Apply as
Set the picture as your phone's
Wallpaper/Screen Saver image or
Phonebook Entry.
Zoom
Zoom in or out on the video.
New
Capture a new picture or create
an album of stored pictures.
Mark All
Mark all pictures to move, copy,
send, or delete them.
Details
View picture information.
Category
Rename
Rename the picture.
Change category of the picture
list.
Delete
Delete the selected picture or
marked picture(s).
Assign to Category
Assign the picture to a defined
category.
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7.3
Recording Video Clips
Option
Pictures Setup
Description
Change the way your picture list
appears.
View Free Space
View memory space available for
storing pictures.
Note: When copying/moving encrypted content files,
select files one at a time. If multiple files are selected,
some files may not be copied/moved.
To adjust your phone’s wallpaper and screen saver
images, see page 86.
7.3 Recording Video Clips
Note: You can send pictures, videos, sounds,
shortcuts, bookmarks, events, and Phone Book
entries to a connected computer (see page 118).
To record a video on your phone:
Find the Feature
M
> Record Video
The active viewfinder image appears.
Press g up
or down to
pause or
play the
video clip.
Press g
left or right
to switch
cameras.
Start video capture.
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Camera
Remaining
clips you can
capture
Return to
previous
screen.
Press M to
open Videos Menu.
Recording Video Clips
Point the camera lens at the video subject, then:
Press
1 CAPTURE
To
start the video
Tip: You can press PAUSE to
pause video capture.
2
STOP
stop the video
3
OPTIONS
view storage options
If you choose to store the
video, continue to step 4.
or
DISCARD
delete the video and return
to active viewfinder
4
g up or down
scroll to an option
5
SELECT
select the option
7.3
Press M to open the Videos Menu when the camera is
active. The menu can include the following options:
Option
Go To Videos
Description
View videos stored on your
phone.
Memory Card/Phone
Memory
Switch between the phone
memory or the memory card
(only present when memory card
is inserted).
Internal / External
View
Switch between the internal (selfportrait) and external cameras.
Light
Turn the camera light on or off.
Video Setup
Open the setup menu to adjust
picture and video settings (see
page 102).
View Free Space
See how much memory remains
for storing videos.
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7.4
Using Video Clips
7.4 Using Video Clips
You can download video clips with Vodafone live!,
and receive video clips in MMS messages.
7.4.1 Downloading Video Clips
To download a video clip with Vodafone live!, see
page 170.
During video clip playback, press M to open the
Videos Menu to perform various operation on the video:
Option
Play Full Screen
Description
Stretch the video to fill the display.
Send in Message
Insert selected video in a new
message.
New
Capture a new video.
7.4.2 Viewing and Managing Video Clips
Details
View video information.
To play a video clip stored on your phone:
Delete
Delete the selected video.
Move
Move videos from the phone
memory to the memory card, or
from the memory card to the
phone memory (only present
when memory card is inserted).
Copy
Copy videos from the phone
memory to the memory card, or
from the memory card to the
phone memory (only present
when memory card is inserted).
Mark
Mark the video to move, copy,
send or delete it.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
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PLAY
Camera
M
> Data Folder > Videos
To
scroll to the video clip
start video clip playback
Making Video Calls
Option
Mark All
Description
Mark all video to move, copy,
send, or delete them.
Assign to Category
Assign the video to a defined
category.
Videos Setup
Open the setup menu to adjust
video settings.
View Free Space
View memory space available for
storing videos.
Note:
• Video clips downloaded from Mobile Internet
sites cannot be set as Chaku-video.
Furthermore, on-screen text is unavailable when
playing videos.
7.5
7.5 Making Video Calls
With your phone you can make a video call to
someone else who has a video phone and see each
other while you talk. Please note that both
participating in the video call have to be on the 3G
network and in the 3G coverage area.
7.5.1 Making a Video Call
A quick guide to making a video call:
Press
1 keypad
To
dial the phone number
2
S
make the call
3
F
end the call and “hang up”
the phone when you are
finished
• File property for Chaku-video can show up to 34
single-byte characters (17 double-byte
characters).
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7.5.1
Making a Video Call
Options During an Active Video Call
Swapping Views
Press
M > Swap View
To
swap between the primary
and the secondary video
area during a video call
Vodafone live!. You can also send and receive messages
during a video call, or start a new video call.
Video Call Menu
Find the Feature
M
Some of the options accessed from the Video Call Menu
during an active call include the following:
During an active video call, there are two video areas
on your phone display. The primary video area shows
your image (or the selected “Camera Off” Image) and the
secondary video area shows your recipient’s image.
You can swap between the video areas to place your
image onto the secondary video area, and the
recipient’s image onto the primary video area.
Option
Select Application
Description
access applications during an
active call, such as Phone
Book, Calendar or Vodafone
live!
Camera On/Camera Off
change whether you want the
Camera to be on or off.
Selecting Applications
External View/
Internal View
If the Camera is on, select the
view from which the image is
captured.
Hold/Resume
Video call is placed on hold.
Video and sound are not sent
until call is resumed. Select
Resume from the Video Call Menu to
resume the call.
Press
SELECT APP
To
access other applications
during a video call
During an active video call, you can access other
applications, such as Phone Book, Calendar, Media Player, or the
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Making a Video Call
Option
Mute Audio/Unmute
Description
stop sending audio temporarily.
Select Unmute to resume sending
audio.
Swap View
change between the primary
and secondary video area on
your phone display.
Brightness
adjust the brightness/contrast
level of the display. This does
not affect the outgoing video
image.
Setup
set up camera settings:
7.5.1
- select Mirror so that the
camera captures a “mirror”
image (only applicable in Internal
View)
- select Status Icons to turn status
icons On/Off in the viewfinder
- select Lightning Conditions to setup
the display: Automatic, Sunny, Cloudy,
Indoor(Home), Indoor(Office), or Night
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8
Learning to Use Your Phone
See page 26 for a basic phone diagram.
8Learning to Use Your Phone
8.1 Using the Display
The home screen is displayed when you are not on a
call or using the menu. You must be in the home
screen to dial a phone number.
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Menu Indicator
Right Soft
Key Label
Press the 5-way navigation key (g) left, right, up, or
down to select one of the menu feature icons. If you
select a menu icon by mistake, press F to return to
the home screen.
Note:
• Your phone returns to the home screen if the
handset is closed while viewing a site, composing
a message, or storing a Phone Book entry.
• Your home screen may look different from the
display shown left. For example, the menu
feature icons may be hidden to allow a better
view of the wallpaper image. You can still select
the menu icons when they are hidden from view.
• The number of characters for some menus and
messages may not fit in the display area, and ...
will appear at the end of the text.
The
(menu) indicator indicates that you can press
the menu key (M) to enter the main menu.
Labels at the bottom corners of the display show the
current soft key functions. Press the left soft key or
right soft key to perform the function indicated by the
left or right soft key label.
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Using Menus
8.2
8.2 Using Menus
8.2.1 Selecting a Menu Feature
From the home screen, press M to enter the main menu.
To select a menu feature, starting from the home
screen:
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icon in the main menu. The following icons may
display in the main menu.
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> Call Logs> Dialled Calls
This example shows that from the home screen, you
must press M, scroll to and select Call Logs from the
main menu, then scroll to and select Dialled Calls. Press
g to scroll to and select items. Press the left/right
soft keys to select the functions listed in the bottom
left and right corners of the display.
Feature
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Media Player
Messaging
Camera
Data Folder
Tools
Phone Book
Record Video
Shortcuts
Call Logs
Settings
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8.2.2
Selecting a Feature Option
8.2.2 Selecting a Feature Option
messages to notify you of incoming calls and other
events. See page 29 for descriptions of the status
indicators that may appear in the external display.
Some features require you to select an option from a
list:
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Press BACK
to go back
to previous
screen.
Press M to
open sub-menu.
• Press g to scroll up or down to highlight the
option you want.
8.3 Using the External Display
When the flip is closed, the external display shows
time and phone status information. It also shows
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Note: You cannot make or receive calls when the
phone is closed unless you attach a optional Motorola
Original™ stereo earphone microphone.
8.4 Using the Handsfree Speaker
When you activate your phone’s integrated handsfree
speaker, you can talk to the other party without
holding the phone to your ear.
Press the SPEAKER key to turn the handsfree speaker on
or off during a call.
When you turn the handsfree speaker on, your phone
displays Speaker On in the home screen. The handsfree
speaker remains on until you press the SPEAKER key
again or turn the phone off.
Note: The handsfree speaker is disabled when you
connect your phone to a optional Motorola Original™
stereo earphone microphone.
Changing a Code, PIN, or Password
8.5 Changing a Code, PIN, or
Password
Your phone’s 4-digit unlock code is originally set to
1234, and the 6-digit security code is originally set to
000000.
We recommend that you change them to prevent
others from accessing your personal information. The
unlock code must contain 4 digits, and the security
code must contain 6 digits.
You can also reset your USIM card PIN code or PIN2
code, if necessary.
To use a locked phone, you must enter the unlock
code. A locked phone still rings or vibrates for
incoming calls or messages, but you must unlock it to
answer.
You cannot make emergency calls on your phone
when it is locked.
8.6.1 Locking Your Phone Manually
Find the Feature
To change a code or password:
Press
1 keypad
Find the Feature
2
M
> Settings > Security Set
> New Passwords
8.5
OK
M
> Settings > Security Set
> Phone Lock > Lock Now
To
enter your unlock code
lock the phone
8.6 Locking and Unlocking Your
Phone
You can lock your phone manually or set the phone to
lock automatically whenever you turn it off.
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8.6.2
Unlocking Your Phone
8.6.2 Unlocking Your Phone
Your phone’s unlock code is originally set to 1234.
At the Enter Unlock Code prompt:
Press
1 keypad
2
OK
To
enter your unlock code
unlock your phone
8.6.3 Setting Your Phone to Lock
Automatically
You can set your phone to lock every time you turn it
off.
Find the Feature
Press
1 keypad
2
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OK
M
> Settings > Security Set
> Phone Lock > Automatic > On
To
enter your unlock code
activate automatic lock
Learning to Use Your Phone
8.6.4 If You Forget a Code, PIN, or
Password
Your phone’s 4-digit unlock code is originally set to
1234, and the 6-digit security code is originally set to
000000.
If you forget your unlock code, at the Enter Unlock Code
prompt:
Press
1 M
To
open the unlock code bypass
screen
2
keypad
enter your security code
3
OK
submit your security code
If you forget your security code, USIM card PIN code,
or PIN2 code, contact Vodafone Customer Centre
(see page 198).
Setting Up Your Phone
9.1 Setting the Time and Date
9Setting Up Your Phone
Your phone uses the time and date for the Calendar.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> Time and Date
9.2 Setting a Ring Style
Your phone rings or vibrates to notify you of an
incoming call or other event. This ring or vibration is
called an alert.
You can select one of five different ring styles. The
ring style indicator in the display shows the current
ring style (see page 29).
To set a ring style:
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
> Settings > Ring Styles
> Style
To
scroll to the ring style
9
Each ring style contains settings for specific event alerts,
ringer ID, and ringer and keypad volume. To change
these settings, press M > Settings > Ring Styles > style Detail.
• If you select the Silent ring style, your phone will
not use Auto Answer (see page 116).
• To turn off alerts for messages that arrive during
a call, select M > Settings > In-Call Setup
> MSG Alert > Not in Call.
9.3 Setting Answer Options
You can use additional methods to answer an
incoming call.
Multi-key
answer by pressing any key
Open To Answer
answer by opening the phone
To activate or deactivate an answer option:
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > In-Call Setup
> Answer options
select the ring style
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9.4
Setting a Wallpaper Image
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to Multi-key or
Open To Answer
9.5 Setting a Screen Saver Image
The screen saver image appears when the phone is
on and no activity is detected for a specified time
period. The image shrinks to fill the display, if
necessary. An animation repeats for one minute, then
the first frame of the animation appears.
2
CHANGE
select the option
3
g up or down
scroll to On or Off
4
SELECT
confirm the setting
9.4 Setting a Wallpaper Image
You can set a photo, picture, or animation as a
wallpaper (background) image in your phone’s home
screen.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Personalise
> Wallpaper
Setting
Picture
Description
Select the picture or animation for
the background image in your
home screen.
Layout
Select Centre, Tile, or Fit-to-screen.
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You can set a photo, picture, or animation as a screen
saver image.
Tip: Turn off the screen saver to extend battery life.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Personalise
> Screen Saver
Setting
Picture
Description
select the picture or animation for
your screen saver
Delay
select how long your phone must
be inactive before the screen saver
picture appears
Note: If this setting is longer than
your Display Timeout setting, then your
display will turn off before you see
the screen saver.
Setting Display Brightness
9.6
9.6 Setting Display Brightness
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> Brightness
9.7 Adjusting the Backlight
You can set the amount of time that the display and
keypad backlights remain on, or turn off backlights to
extend battery life.
Caution: The Continuous setting can decrease battery
life.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> Backlight
9.8 Setting Display Timeout
You can set the display to turn itself off when no
activity is detected for a specified time period.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> Display Timeout
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10
Personalising Your Phone
10.1 Personalising a Ring Style
10.2 Activating Ringer IDs
You can change the alerts that notify you of the
following events: incoming calls, SMS messages,
voicemail messages, data calls, alarms, and
reminders. Any changes you make are applied to the
current ring style.
When ringer IDs are turned on, your phone uses
distinctive ring tones to notify you of incoming calls or
messages from specific entries in your Phone Book or
specific categories of entries in your Phone Book.
10Personalising Your Phone
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Ring Styles
> style Detail
Note: To assign a ringer ID to a new or existing Phone
Book entry, see page 58.
Find the Feature
Note: style represents the current ring style.
Press
1 g up or down
2
CHANGE
To
scroll to the event
Press
1 g up or down
2
g up or down
scroll to the alert you want
4
SELECT
select the alert
• To turn off alerts for messages that arrive during
a call, select M > Settings > In-Call Setup
> MSG Alert > Not in Call.
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Personalising Your Phone
> Settings > Ring Styles
> style Detail > Ringer IDs
Note: style represents the current alert style.
select the event
3
M
SELECT
To
scroll to On or Off
select the option
Setting Ringer or Keypad Volume
10.3 Setting Ringer or Keypad
Volume
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Ring Styles
> style Detail
Note: style represents the current alert style.
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to Ring Volume or Key Volume
2
g left or right
scroll to the desired volume
3
OK
store the setting
10.4 Setting Reminders
A reminder is an alert that rings or vibrates at regular
intervals to notify you about a message that you have
received, or a calendar event you have scheduled.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Ring Styles
> style Detail > Reminders
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
10.3
To
scroll to Beep or Vibrate to set
the reminder alert type, or Off
to turn off all reminders
select the reminder alert
10.5 Setting a Personal Greeting
Set a personal greeting that appears when you turn
on your phone.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Personalise
> Greeting
10.6 Personalising Home Screen
Icons
You can change the features that your navigation key
selects in the home screen.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Personalise
> Watch&Key > Key Assign
Note: style represents the current alert style.
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10.7
Press
1 g up or down
Setting the Menu View
To
scroll to Up, Down, Left, or Right
2
CHANGE
select the action
3
g up or down
scroll to a menu feature
4
SELECT
confirm the menu feature
10.7 Setting the Menu View
Set your phone to display the main menu as graphic
icons (the default setting) or as a text-based list.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
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SELECT
M
> Settings > Personalise
> Main Menu > View
To
scroll to Icons or List
select the menu view
Personalising Your Phone
10.8 Personalising the Menu
You can reorder the items in your phone’s main menu.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Settings > Personalise
> Main Menu > Reorder
To
scroll to a menu item
2
GRAB key
grab the menu item
3
g up or down
move the item to a new
location in the menu
4
INSERT
insert the menu item
Setting Menu Scroll Behaviour
10.9
10.9 Setting Menu Scroll Behaviour
10.11 Clearing All Stored Information
Set the highlight bar to stop or wrap around when you
reach the top or bottom of a menu list.
Reset all options back to their original factory
settings, except for the unlock code, security code,
and lifetime timer, erase all downloaded pictures,
animations and sound files, and clear all user settings
and entries, except for information stored on the
USIM card.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> Scroll
10.10 Resetting All Options
Reset all options back to their original factory
settings, except for the unlock code, security code,
and lifetime timer.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> Master Reset
Caution: Master Clear erases all user-downloaded
content and user-entered information stored in your
phone’s memory, including Phone Book and calendar
entries. After you erase the information, you cannot
recover it. Master Clear does not delete any information
stored on the USIM card.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> Master Clear
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10.12
Creating and Using Shortcuts
10.12 Creating and Using Shortcuts
Your phone includes several standard shortcuts. You
can create additional custom shortcuts to frequently
used menu items.
10.12.1 Standard Shortcuts
The following shortcuts are preprogrammed on your
phone. You cannot edit or delete these shortcuts.
Task
Change your
phone’s ringer
alert setting
Shortcut
Press the down volume key (at
lowest volume setting) to switch
to vibrate call alert. Press again to
switch to silent call alert.
Press the up volume key to cycle
back to vibrate alert, then ring
alert.
Lock your
keypad
M*.
Display your
phone number
M#.
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From the home screen, press
From the home screen, press
Personalising Your Phone
Task
Go to the
dialled calls list
Shortcut
From the home screen, press D.
Exit the menu
system
Press F.
Preconfigured Vodafone shortcuts
On your phone there are preconfigured Vodafone
shortcuts, which enable you to quickly access the
Vodafone live! services.
10.12.2 Creating a Shortcut
Action
1 Press M to enter the menu system.
2
Press g up or down to scroll to the menu item.
3
Press and hold M to open the shortcut editor.
Using a Keypad Shortcut
Action
4 Press the YES key to view shortcut options.
To change the keypad shortcut number:
a Press g up or down to scroll to Key
b Press keypad to enter the new key
c Press OK to store the new key
5
Press the DONE key to store the shortcut.
10.12.3
10.12.5 Editing or Deleting a Shortcut
The shortcut list is sorted by key. If you change a
shortcut’s key, you change its place in the list.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
M
10.12.3 Using a Keypad Shortcut
Press
1 M
To
open the main menu
2
go to the menu item with that
shortcut number
a number key
M
> Shortcuts
To
scroll to the shortcut
open the Shortcut Menu to
perform various options on
the shortcut
The Shortcut Menu can include the following options:
Option
New
10.12.4 Selecting a Shortcut From the
List
Description
Read instructions on how to
create a new shortcut.
Edit
Edit the shortcut.
Reorder List
Change the shortcut list order.
Find the Feature
Delete
Delete the shortcut.
Delete All
Delete all shortcuts.
M
> Shortcuts
> shortcut name
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11
Calling Features
For basic instructions on how to make and answer
calls, see page 35.
11Calling Features
11.1 Redialling a Number
Press
1 D
You can show or hide your phone number as an ID for
the calls that you make.
While dialling (with digits visible in the display), press
M > Hide ID/Show ID.
g up or down
scroll to the entry you want
to call
3
D
redial the number
11.2 Using Caller ID
11.2.1 Incoming Calls
Calling line identification (Caller ID) displays the
phone number for incoming calls.
The phone displays the caller’s name (and picture, if
available) if the name is stored in your Phone Book, or
Incoming Call when caller ID information is not available.
Calling Features
11.2.2 Outgoing Calls
To
view the dialled calls list
2
94
You can also set your phone to play a distinctive
Ringer ID for specific entries stored in your Phone Book.
For more information, see page 58.
11.3 Turning Off a Call Alert
You can turn off your phone’s incoming call alert
before answering the call.
Press
either volume key
To
turn off the alert
Dialling International Numbers
11.4 Dialling International Numbers
• In Japan
You can make an international call by entering
the Vodafone international access code
(0046010) + the country code + the other party’s
phone number (excluding the 0 in the area code).
Note: A separate subscription to the international call
service is required.
11.4
11.5 Viewing Recent Calls
Your phone keeps lists of the calls you recently
received and dialled, even if the calls did not connect.
The lists are sorted from newest to oldest entries. The
oldest entries are deleted as new entries are added.
Shortcut: Press D from the home screen to view the
Dialled Calls list.
Find the Feature
M
> Call Logs
• Abroad
Press and hold 0 to insert the local
international access code (+) from which you are
calling.
Note: When using your phone abroad, calls made to
emergency numbers may not connect in every
country depending on wireless networks, wireless
signals, or handset settings.
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to Received Calls or
Dialled Calls
2
SELECT
select the list
3
g up or down
scroll to an entry
4
D
call the entry’s number
Tip: Press and hold D for
two seconds to send the
number as DTMF tones
during a call.
or
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11.5
Viewing Recent Calls
Press
S
To
make a video call to the
entry’s number
Option
Delete All
Description
Delete all entries in the list.
Hide ID/Show ID
Hide or show your caller ID for
the next call.
if View appears above the left
soft key, this displays entry
details
Send Message
Open a new SMS message with
the number in the To field.
Add Digits
Add digits after the number.
if Store appears above the left
soft key, this stores the entry
in the Phone Book
Attach Number
Attach a number from the Phone
Book or recent calls lists.
Send Tones
Send the number to the network
as DTMF tones.
or
View / Store
or
open the Last Calls Menu to
perform various operations
on the entry
M
The Last Calls Menu can include the following options:
Option
Store
Description
Create a Phone Book entry with
the number in the No. field.
Delete
Delete the entry.
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Calling Features
This option appears only during a
call.
Returning an Unanswered Call
11.6 Returning an Unanswered Call
Your phone keeps a record of your unanswered calls,
and displays X Missed Calls, where X is the number of
missed calls.
Press
1 VIEW
To
see the received calls list
2
g up or down
select a call to return
3
D
make the call
11.7 Using the Notepad
The most recent set of digits entered on the keypad
are stored in your phone’s notepad memory. This can
be a phone number that you called, or a number that
you entered but did not call.
To retrieve the number stored in the notepad:
Find the Feature
M
> Call Logs > Notepad
11.6
Press
D
To
call the number
or
M
open the Dialling Menu to attach
a number or insert a special
character
or
STORE
create a Phone Book entry
with the number in the No.
field
11.8 Attaching a Number
While dialling (with digits visible in the display):
Press
M > Attach Number
To
attach a number from the
Phone Book or recent calls
lists
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11.9
Calling with Speed Dial
11.9 Calling with Speed Dial
11.10.1 Setting 1-Touch Dial Preference
Each entry you store in your Phone Book is assigned
a unique speed dial number.
You can set 1-touch dial to call the entries in your
phone memory Phone Book or the USIM card Phone
Book.
To see an entry’s speed dial number, press M
> Phone Book, scroll to the entry, and press the VIEW key.
Find the Feature
To speed dial a Phone Book entry:
Press
1 keypad
To
enter the speed dial number
for the entry you want to call
2
#
submit the number
3
D
call the entry
11.10 Calling with 1-Touch Dial
To call Phone Book entries 2 to 9, press and hold the
single-digit speed dial number for one second.
Press and hold 1 to dial your voicemail number. To
store your voicemail number, see page 99.
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Calling Features
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> 1-Touch Dial
To
scroll to the list you want
select the list
11.11 Using Voicemail
Voicemail messages that you receive are stored on
the network. To listen to your messages, you must
call your voicemail phone number.
• A separate subscription is required to use this
service.
Listening to Voicemail Messages
11.11.1
11.11.1 Listening to Voicemail Messages
11.11.3 Storing Your Voicemail Number
Find the Feature
If necessary, use the following procedure to store
your voicemail phone number on your phone.
M
> Messaging > Voicemail
Shortcut: Press and hold 1 in the home screen.
The phone calls your voicemail phone number. If no
voicemail number is stored, your phone prompts you
to store a number.
11.11.2 Receiving a Voicemail Message
When you receive a voicemail message, your phone
displays New Voicemail.
Press
CALL
To
listen to the message
The phone calls your voicemail phone number. If no
voicemail number is stored, your phone prompts you
to store a number.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
M
> Messaging
> Voicemail Setup
To
scroll to Voicemail No.
2
CHANGE
select Voicemail No.
3
keypad
enter “1416”
4
OK
store the number
You cannot store a p (pause), w (wait), or n (number)
character in this number. If you want to store a
voicemail number with these characters, create a
Phone Book entry for it. Then, you can use the entry
to call your voicemail. To store these characters in a
number, see page 53.
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11.12
Using Call Waiting
11.12 Using Call Waiting
When you are on a call or downloading a file, an alert
tone sounds to indicate that you have received a
second call.
• A separate subscription is required to use this
service.
Press
1 D
2
SWITCH
To
answer the new call
11.14 Transferring a Call
(Not Available in Japan)
connect the 2 calls
11.14.1 Announce the Call Transfer
or
You must turn on call waiting to use the feature. To
turn call waiting on or off:
100
To
put the call on hold
switch between calls
M > End Call On Hold end the call on hold
Find the Feature
Press
M > HOLD
You can announce that you are transferring an active
call to another party, or you can directly transfer the
call. This service is available abroad only.
or
LINK
11.13 Putting a Call On Hold
M
Calling Features
> Settings > In-Call Setup
> Call Waiting
Find the Feature
Press
1 keypad
M
> HOLD
To
dial the number where you
are transferring the call
2
D
call the number and speak to
the person who answers
3
M
open the menu
Do Not Announce the Call Transfer
Press
4 g up or down
11.14.2
To
scroll to Transfer
5
SELECT
select Transfer
6
OK
confirm the transfer
11.14.2 Do Not Announce the Call
Transfer
Find the Feature
Press
1 keypad
2
D
M
> Transfer
To
dial the number where you
are transferring the call
transfer the call
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Getting More Out of Your Phone
12.1 Camera
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For instructions on how to take and send photos, see
page 70.
Option
Resolution
Description
Set the camera to capture photos
at the following resolutions: MMS
(160x120 pixels), Medium (320x240
pixels, or High (640x480 pixels)
Quality
Set picture quality (JPG
compression) to Good, Better, or Best.
Video Quality
Set video quality (bit rate) to High,
Medium, or Low.
Video Length
Set video length to MMS Small,
MMS Large, or Maximum.
Shutter Tone
Activate a tone that sounds when
you take a photo. Can be set to
None, Chimp, Quack, Flix, Boing, or Click.
Mirror
When using the internal camera,
image in viewfinder can be flipped
horizontally by setting On/Off.
Recording Sound
When recording video, sound can
be recorded by setting On/Off.
Status Icons
Turn status icons On or Off in
camera viewfinder mode.
To adjust picture camera settings:
Find the Feature
M
M
> Camera
> Pictures Setup
To adjust video camera settings:
Find the Feature
M
M
> Record Video
> Videos Setup
The Setup menus can include the following options:
Option
Auto Repeat
Description
Turn the automatic repeat for
animations On or Off.
Lighting Conditions
Set to Automatic, Sunny, Cloudy,
Indoor (Home), Indoor (Office), or Night.
Exposure
Set to +2, +1, 0, -1, or -2.
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Calendar
12.2
12.2 Calendar
12.2.1 Month View
You can schedule or organise events such as
appointments and meetings. You must set the correct
time and date to use the Calendar.
When the default view is set to month, the Calendar
initially displays the month view. An indicator in the
lower right corner of the date box indicates that one
or more events are scheduled for the day.
To schedule or review Calendar events:
Find the Feature
M
> Tools > Calendar
Month (press
* or # to
select
previous
month or
next month)
Scheduled
Events
Indicator
Create new
event.
Days of the
Week
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1
4 5 6 7 8
11 12 13 14 15
18 19 20 21 22
25 26 27 28 29
0'9
5
3
10
17
24
31
Dates of the
month.
Press g to
select. Press
h to view.
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Selected Day
5
2
9
16
23
30
Press M to
open Datebook Menu.
Exit
calendar.
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12.2.2
Day View
12.2.2 Day View
12.2.3 Event View
Select a day and press the centre select key to see
the day’s events.
Select an event and press the VIEW key to see event
details.
Day of Week
Untimed
Event
Reminder
Alarm
Show event
details.
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Press M to
open Datebook Menu.
Reminder
Alarm
Duration
Events
Scroll down
for more
events.
Return to
previous
screen.
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Alarm Time
Repeat
Interval
Edit event.
Day & Time
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Details
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Press M to
open Datebook Menu.
Return to
previous
screen.
Creating a Calendar Event
12.2.4 Creating a Calendar Event
A title is required for a calendar event. All other
information is optional.
12.2.4
Press
6 g up or down
• You must create an event to use the reminder
alarm.
You can set start time,
duration, date, repeat
interval, and reminder alarm.
• Your phone must be turned on for the reminder
alarm to sound.
7
Find the Feature
Press
1 NEW
M
> Tools
> Calendar > day
To
select New
To
scroll to other fields and
enter information as
necessary
DONE
store the event
12.2.5 Changing Event Information
Find the Feature
M
> Tools > Calendar
2
SELECT
select Event
3
h
select Title
Press
1 g up or down
4
keypad
enter a title for the event
2
h
display the day view
Tip: Press M to select a text
entry mode (see page 37).
3
g up or down
scroll to the event
4
h
display the event view
store the event title
5
EDIT
edit the event
5
OK
To
scroll to the day
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12.2.6
Press
6 g up or down
Copying an Event
To
scroll to the information you
want to change
Press
9 g to the right
To
move to month, day, and
year
edit the information
10 OK
save the copy of the event
11 g up or down
scroll to and edit event
information, if necessary
12 DONE
store the information
7
h
8
keypad
enter new information
9
DONE
store the information
12.2.6 Copying an Event
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Tools > Calendar
To
scroll to the day
12.2.7 Deleting an Event
Find the Feature
M
> Tools > Calendar
2
h
display the day view
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to the day
3
g up or down
M
scroll to the event
2
h
display the day view
4
open the Datebook Menu
3
scroll to the event
5
g up or down
scroll to Copy
4
g up or down
M
g up or down
scroll to Delete
open the Datebook Menu
6
SELECT
copy the event
5
7
YES
confirm the copy
6
SELECT
select Delete
enter the date information
7
YES
confirm the deletion
8
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Viewing and Dismissing an Event Reminder
12.2.8 Viewing and Dismissing an Event
Reminder
When you set a reminder alarm for an event, the
phone displays an event reminder and sounds a
reminder alarm.
To view or dismiss an event reminder:
Press
VIEW
or
EXIT
To
view the event
Press g up or down to
scroll through the event
details.
dismiss the reminder
If you have more than one event set up for the same
time, the phone displays each event in sequence. As
you view and dismiss each event reminder, the next
event appears.
12.2.8
12.3 Alarm Clock
Your phone has an alarm clock with 5 separate alarms
that you can set and use when the phone is powered
on. Each alarm can be configured with a name, time,
and alert tone.
12.3.1 Setting an Alarm
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
> Tools > Alarms
To
scroll to [New Alarm]
select the option
3
h
select Name
4
keypad
enter a name for the alarm
5
OK
store the name
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12.3.2
Press
6 g up or down
Enabling/Disabling an Alarm
To
scroll to other fields and
enter information as
necessary
Press
2 ENABLE
or
DISABLE
You must set start time, alert
tone, and alarm volume.
7
DONE
store the alarm
12.3.2 Enabling/Disabling an Alarm
Alarms that you set are listed by name on the Alarm Clock
menu. An active alarm is identified by an
(alarm)
indicator.
To enable or disable an alarm:
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
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M
> Tools > Alarms
To
scroll to the alarm
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To
enable a highlighted
(disabled) alarm
disable a highlighted
(enabled) alarm
12.3.3 Turning Off an Alarm
When an alarm sounds, your phone displays the
alarm name, time, and date.
Press
DISABLE or F
To
turn off the alarm
Calculator
12.4
12.4 Calculator
12.4.1 Calculating Numbers
You can use your phone as a calculator and currency
converter.
Find the Feature
Entered
Numbers
Selected
Function
Press g to
select
function.
Press ce to
clear last
entry.
Calculate
the result.
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20
55
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Press M to open
Calculator Menu.
Use Keypad
to enter
number or
insert decimal
point.
Exit
calculator.
M
Press
1 number keys
> Tools > Calculator
To
enter a number
2
g
3
number keys
enter next number
4
= key
calculate the result
select a calculator function
Press C to clear the calculation. Press CE (clear entry)
to clear the last entry when performing a calculation.
Press M to open the Calculator Menu to perform the
following functions:
Function
+/-
Description
Change the entry’s sign (positive/
negative).
MS
Store the value in memory
(overwrites values already stored).
MC
Clear the value stored in memory.
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12.4.2
Converting Currency
Function
MR
Description
Replace the displayed value with
the value stored in memory.
%
Divide the displayed value by 100.
Convert Currency
Multiply the displayed value by the
Exchange Rate you stored.
4
M
open the Calculator Menu
5
g up or down
scroll to Convert Currency
Store an exchange rate to use with
the Convert Currency option.
6
SELECT
perform the conversion
Exchange Rate
12.4.2 Converting Currency
The currency converter works just like the calculator,
but converts a currency value based on the exchange
rate you specify:
Find the Feature
Press
1 number keys
2
110
OK
M
M
> Tools > Calculator
> Exchange Rate
To
enter the exchange rate
store the exchange rate
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Press
3 number keys
To
enter the amount to convert
(amount to multiply by the
exchange rate)
12.5 Making a Conference Call
Connect an active call and a call on hold so that all
parties can speak to each other.
• A separate subscription is required to use this
service.
Press
1 keypad
2
D
To
dial the first party’s number
call the number
3
M > HOLD
put the call on hold
4
keypad
dial the next party’s number
5
D
call the number
Diverting Calls
Press
6 LINK
7
F
To
connect the 2 calls
12.6
Press
1 g up or down
end the conference call
Tip: Repeat steps 3 to 6 to add additional parties to
the conference call.
To
scroll to the type of calls you
want to divert
Scroll to Cancel All to cancel all
call diverting.
SELECT
view call diverting details
3
g up or down
scroll to Divert
4
h
select Divert
Divert your phone’s incoming voice, and/or video
calls directly to another phone number.
5
g up or down
scroll to a diverting option
6
SELECT
store the option
12.6.1 Setting Up or Cancelling Call
Diverting
7
g up or down
scroll to To (for Detailed
diverting, scroll to If Busy,
If No Answer, or If Unreachable)
Find the Feature
8
h
change the phone number
9
keypad
enter the diverting phone
number
12.6 Diverting Calls
M
> Settings > Diverts
2
or
BROWSE
select voicemail, a number
from the Phone Book or
recent calls lists
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12.6.2
Checking Call Diverting Status
Press
10 OK
To
store the number
11 DONE
save call diverting settings
Note: Repeat this procedure to enter diverting
information for other call types.
12.6.2 Checking Call Diverting Status
Your network may store call diverting status for you.
To confirm the network call diverting settings:
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Diverts
> Divert Status
> type of call
The diverting options are:
12.7 Barring Calls
Option
All Calls
Description
Divert all calls (a
the status bar).
If Unavailable
Divert calls if your phone is
unavailable.
Detailed
Set different diverting numbers if
you are out of range, unable to
answer, or busy.
Off
Do not divert calls.
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Use call barring to restrict outgoing or incoming voice
or video calls. You can restrict all calls, calls to
international numbers, or calls while roaming.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Security Set
> Call Barring
To change call barring password, see page 126.
Using DTMF Tones
12.8
12.8 Using DTMF Tones
12.8.2 Sending DTMF Tones
You can send numbers to the network as Dual Tone
Multi-Frequency (DTMF) tones during a call. Use
DTMF tones to communicate with automated
systems that require you to submit a PIN code or
credit card number.
Using the Keypad
12.8.1 Activating DTMF Tones
You can set DTMF tones to Long, Short, or Off:
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Initial Setup
> DTMF
Short sends a short fixed-duration tone for each
keypress. Long sends each tone for as long as you
press the key. Short DTMF tones work with most
automated systems. Some systems (such as home
answering machines) may require long tones for
proper activation.
Press the number keys to send the numbers as DTMF
tones during a call.
Note: When sending long tones, you may have to
enter a single short keypress first to put the phone in
DTMF mode.
Sending Stored Numbers
During a call, highlight a number in the Phone Book or
recent calls lists, then:
Press
1 M
To
open the sub-menu
2
g up or down
scroll to Send Tones
3
SELECT
send number as DTMF tones
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12.9
Monitoring Phone Use
12.9 Monitoring Phone Use
12.9.1 View and Reset Call Timers
Network connection time is the elapsed time from the
moment you connect to Vodafone’s network to the
moment you end the call by pressing F. This time
includes busy signals and ringing.
The amount of network connection time you track on
your resettable timer may not equal the amount of
time for which you are billed by Vodafone. For billing
information, please contact Vodafone Customer
Centre (see page 198).
Option
Dialled Calls
Description
Approximate total time spent on
dialled calls since the last time you
reset this timer.
Received Calls
Approximate total time spent on
calls received since the last time
you reset this timer.
All Calls
Approximate total time spent on
dialled and received calls since the
last time you reset this timer.
Lifetime
Approximate total time spent on
all calls on this phone. You cannot
reset this timer.
To view a call timer:
Find the Feature
M
> Call Logs > Call Times
Select one of the following options:
Option
Last Call
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Description
Approximate time spent on the
last dialled or received call. You
cannot reset this timer.
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To reset the call timer:
Press
1 RESET
2
YES
To
reset the time (if available)
confirm the reset
Using a Timer During a Call
12.9.2
12.9.2 Using a Timer During a Call
12.10 Using Handsfree Features
You can set a timer to beep at selected intervals
during a call, and display different types of
information during a call.
Your phone includes an integrated handsfree speaker
that you can use for handsfree applications. You can
also purchase an optional Motorola Original™ stereo
earphone microphone to use your phone without
using your hands.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > In-Call Setup
> In-Call Timer
Select one of the following Beep options:
Option
60 Seconds
Description
Beep at one-minute intervals
during a call.
Off
No in-call beep.
Select one of the following Display options:
Option
Time
Description
Display the approximate
elapsed time for the current
call.
Off
No in-call timer display.
When a stereo earphone microphone is connected to
your phone, the integrated speakerphone is disabled.
Note: The use of wireless devices and their
accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain
areas. Always obey the laws and regulations on the
use of these products.
12.10.1 Activating the Speakerphone
To use the speakerphone during an active call:
Press
SPEAKER (if available)
To
activate the speakerphone
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12.10.2
Automatic Answer
12.10.2 Automatic Answer
Set your phone to automatically answer calls when
connected to a stereo earphone microphone.
Note: Your phone will not automatically answer calls if
the ring style is set to Silent.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings
> Car Settings or Headset
> Auto Answer
> 2,5,10 seconds or Off
12.10.3 Receive Setting
When connected to a stereo earphone microphone,
you can specify whether you want the phone or
stereo earphone microphone to sound the incoming
call alert.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Headset
> Receive Setting
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
To
scroll to Speaker Only, Headset Only,
or Headset & Speaker
confirm the setting
12.10.4 Voice Dial from a Stereo
Earphone Microphone
This feature lets you press the send/end key to voice
dial a call from the stereo earphone microphone.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Headset
> Voice Dial > On or Off
12.11 Using Applications During a
Call
During a call, you can easily switch to other phone
features or make a new data, browser, or voice call
connection.
Press the SWAP key to open a list of options. The list of
options includes phone applications, such as Phone Book
and Calendar.
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Making Data Calls
12.12
12.12 Making Data Calls
12.12.2 Making a Data Call
USB Cable & Utility Software (MOGF01) lets you
transfer data between your phone and a computer or
handheld device. You can:
Use this procedure to send data from a connected
computer or hand-held device using a CSD or GPRS
network connection.
• Synchronise Phone Book and calendar
information between your phone and a computer
or PDA.
• Use your phone as a modem to connect to the
Internet.
Action
1 Make sure that the phone is connected and
powered on. To connect your phone, see
page 120.
2
• Use your phone to send and receive data calls
from your computer or handheld device.
Note: You cannot dial data numbers through
your phone’s keypad. You must dial them
through your computer.
12.12.1 Installing the Software
To transfer data between your phone and computer,
you must install the Utility Software. See the user’s
guide included on the Utility Software CD-ROM for
more information.
Open the application (such as dial-upnetworking) on your computer, and place the
call through the application.
3
When the transfer is complete, end the call
from the connected device to close the
connection.
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12.12.3
Receiving a Data Call
12.12.3 Receiving a Data Call
12.14 Adjusting Network Settings
Use this procedure to transfer a data call to a
connected computer or hand-held device.
Vodafone registers your phone to its network. In some
situations, such as when using the phone overseas,
you may need to change the network registration.
Transferring the Data
To connect your phone, see page 120. Your phone
notifies you when the call arrives, and transfers the
call to the connected device. Use the application
running on the device to answer the call.
Ending the Data Connection
When the transfer is complete, end the call from the
connected device to close the connection.
12.13 Sending Files from Your Phone
You can send pictures, videos, sounds, bookmarks,
events, and Phone Book entries to a connected
computer. Open the object you want to send on your
phone, then:
Find the Feature
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M
> Send > sending method
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Note: Some settings and/or options described in this
section may not be available for all phone models.
12.14.1 Finding a New Network
You may decide to switch to another network to
improve the calling conditions, because of network
coverage or roaming conditions.
To select a new network:
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Network Set
> Select Network
Your phone locates and registers on the strongest
network apart from the current network.
12.14.2 Listing All Networks
View a list of available networks, and register your
phone with a network.
Changing Network Setup Values
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Network Set
> Available Networks
Your phone displays a list of available networks.
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to the network you
want
2
VIEW
view network details
3
REGISTER
register with the network
12.14.3 Changing Network Setup Values
Set how your phone searches for a network connection.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
h
M
> Settings > Network Set
> Network Setup
To
scroll to an item to change
open the item’s list
12.14.3
Press
3 g up or down
4
SELECT
To
scroll to an option described
in the following lists
select the option
Network search Band options:
Option
Automatic
Description
Set automatic search setting.
1900
Search for networks when in
North America (including Hawaii).
GSM900/1800
Search for networks when in
Asia, Europe, and Oceania.
European
3G 2100
Network search Type options:
Option
Automatic
Description
Scan for networks automatically
based on priority.
Manual
View a list of all networks from
which you can choose.
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12.14.4
Adjusting Service Tones
Network search Speed options:
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Network Set
> Call Drop Tone > On or Off
Option
Slow
Description
Slow network search and repeat
rate.
12.15 Monitoring Battery Charge
Medium
Medium search/repeat.
To view a detailed battery charge meter:
Fast
Fast search/repeat.
Continuous
Continuous search until a network
is found.
12.14.4 Adjusting Service Tones
You can set your phone to beep each time the
network registration status changes.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Network Set
> Service Tone> On or Off
12.14.5 Setting the Call Drop Alert
You can set your phone to emit an alert tone
whenever the network drops a call. Because digital
networks are so quiet, the call drop alert may be your
only indication that a call has been dropped.
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Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Phone Status
> Battery Meter
12.16 Viewing Phone Specifications
To view your phone’s feature specifications:
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Phone Status
> Other Information
12.17 Connecting Your Phone to
Another Device
You can connect your phone to a computer or
hand-held device using a:
• USB cable
Setting Up a Cable Connection
Note: Not all devices are compatible with all types of
connections. Check your external device for
specifications. The use of wireless devices and their
accessories may be prohibited or restricted in certain
areas. Always obey the laws and regulations on the
use of these products.
12.17.1 Setting Up a Cable Connection
Attach a Motorola Original™ USB cable to the phone
and external device as follows.
Note: Check your computer or hand-held device to
determine the type of cable you need.
12.17.1
12.18 USIM Applications
Your USIM card may contain applications that
process your outgoing calls, SMS messages, and
other events. Contact Vodafone Customer Centre
(see page 198) for more information.
This is also known as STK (or USIM Toolkit) which
defines how USIM applications can communicate
with the keyboard and display of your mobile phone.
Find the Feature
M
> Tools > SIM-appli
Action
1 Plug the end of the cable with the Motorola
logo into the phone’s accessory connector
port. Make sure that the logo and the phone are
both facing you.
2
Plug the other end—the USB connection—into
the USB port on the device.
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13
Security
13.1 Locking the USIM Card
13.1.1 Unblock the USIM Card PIN Code
Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) code
protects the information stored on your USIM card.
When the USIM card is locked, you must enter your
USIM card PIN code to unlock the USIM card each
time you turn on the phone or insert the USIM card in
the phone. Your USIM card PIN code is originally set
to 9999.
If you enter an incorrect USIM card PIN code three
times in a row, your USIM card is disabled and your
phone displays SIM Blocked. You must enter a PIN
unblocking key (PUK) code, which you can obtain
from Vodafone Customer Centre (see page 198).
13Security
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Settings > Security Set
> USIM PIN
To
scroll to On or Off
2
SELECT
switch USIM PIN lock on or
off
3
keypad
enter your USIM card PIN
code
4
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OK
Security
submit your code
Caution: In the following key sequence, each key
press must occur within two seconds of the previous
keypress. If the unblocking attempt is tried
unsuccessfully 10 times, the USIM card is
permanently disabled and your phone displays
SIM Disabled.
Press
1 **05*
To
open the PIN unblocking
editor
2
keypad
enter the PUK code
3
OK
submit the PUK code
Unblock the USIM Card PIN2 Code
Press
4 keypad
To
enter a new USIM card PIN
code
Note: The USIM PIN code
must be between 4 and 8
digits in length.
5
OK
assign the new USIM PIN
code
6
keypad
re-enter the new USIM PIN
code
7
OK
confirm the new USIM PIN
code and unblock the USIM
card
13.1.2 Unblock the USIM Card PIN2
Code
If you enter an incorrect USIM card PIN2 code 3 times
in a row, your phone’s USIM PIN2 protected features
are disabled and your phone displays SIM Blocked when
you try to use a PIN2 feature. You must enter a PIN2
13.1.2
unblocking key (PUK2) code, which you can obtain
from Vodafone Customer Centre (see page 198).
Press
To
1 **052* open the PIN2 unblocking
editor
2
keypad
enter the PUK2 code
3
OK
submit the PUK2 code
4
keypad
enter a new USIM card PIN2
code
Note: The USIM PIN2 code
must be between 4 and 8
digits in length.
5
OK
assign the new USIM PIN2
code
6
keypad
re-enter the new USIM PIN2
code
7
OK
confirm the new USIM PIN2
code and unblock PIN2
features
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13.2
Locking and Unlocking Applications
13.2 Locking and Unlocking
Applications
You can lock specific phone applications (such as the
Phone Book) so that users must enter the unlock
code to use them.
Find the Feature
Press
1 keypad
2
OK
M
> Settings > Security Set
> Lock Application
13.3 Security Code
You can set a 6-digit security code for when Unlock
Code and Private Entries Code are lost, or initialising
the handset.
The 6-digit security code is originally set to 000000.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Security Set
> New Passwords
To
enter your unlock code
Press
1 g up or down
open the lock application
menu
2
CHANGE
select Security Code
3
keypad
enter current security code
submit current security code
To
scroll to Security Code
3
g up or down
scroll to the application
4
OK
4
CHANGE
select the application
keypad
enter new security code
5
g up or down
5
scroll to Locked or Unlocked
6
OK
submit new security code
6
SELECT
select Locked or Unlocked
7
keypad
re-enter new security code
8
OK
submit new security code
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Centre Access Code
13.4 Centre Access Code
A 4-digit number selected at initial subscription is
required to set optional services via landlines. To
change this code, contact Vodafone Customer Centre
(see page 198).
13.5 Private Entries Code
You can set a 4- to 8-digit number for when viewing
private data.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
CHANGE
M
> Settings > Security Set
> New Passwords
To
scroll to Private Entries Code
select Private Entries Code
(If private entries code is not
set yet, press M and submit
security code, proceed to
step 5)
13.4
Press
3 keypad
To
enter current private entries
code
4
OK
submit current private entries
code
5
keypad
enter new private entries
code
6
OK
submit new private entries
code
7
keypad
re-enter new private entries
code
8
OK
submit new private entries
code
13.5.1 Show/Hide Private Entries
You can show or hide Phone Book entries which are
set to Private On (see page 51).
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Security Set
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13.6
Call Barring Password
13.6 Call Barring Password
To hide private entries:
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to Show Private Entries
You can set a 4-digit number for when configuring
Call Barring service.
2
SELECT
select Show Private Entries
3
g up or down
scroll to Hide Private Entries
4
SELECT
select to Hide Private Entries
Note: If you enter an incorrect password three times
in a row, the setting for Call barring cannot be
changed. For more information, contact Vodafone
Customer Centre (see page 198).
5
OK
confirm to hide private
entries
Find the Feature
To show hidden private entries:
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to Hide Private Entries
2
SELECT
select Hide Private Entries
3
g up or down
scroll to Show Private Entries
4
SELECT
select Show Private Entries
5
keypad
enter private entries code
6
OK
submit private entries code
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Security
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Settings > Security Set
To
scroll to New Passwords
2
SELECT
select New Passwords
3
g up or down
scroll to Voice Call Barring or
Vid. Call Barring
4
SELECT
select the option
5
keypad
enter current barring
password
6
OK
submit current barring
password
Call Barring Password
Press
7 keypad
To
enter new barring password
8
OK
submit new barring
password
9
keypad
re-enter new barring
password
10 OK
13.6
submit new barring
password
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14
Vodafone live!
Your phone is customised for use with Vodafone live!.
Visit www.vodafone.jp for additional information
about Vodafone live!.
14Vodafone live!
To connect to the Vodafone live! service, press the
Vodafone live! key on your handset. If you have any
problems connecting to Vodafone live!, please
contact Vodafone.
or
> Vodafone live!
You can also download pictures, videos, ring tones,
and games from Vodafone live! and install them on
your phone.
The Vodafone live! lets you access Mobile Internet
sites and Mobile Web-based applications on your
phone. Contact Vodafone to set up access, if
necessary.
Your phone is 3G network-compatible, providing
access to high-quality sound, pictures and video, as
well as increased speed when downloading games
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Alternatively, your phone may use a high-speed
General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) network
connection. This type of connection is identified by a
(GPRS) indicator in the home screen that
disappears when you start Vodafone live!.
If you see an
(in-call) indicator during a Vodafone
live! session, your phone is using a standard voice
connection.
Find the Feature
M
and ring tones. This connection is indicated by a
indicator.
The type of network connection your phone uses
depends on your service provider’s network. Your
network connection charges may vary depending on
the type of connection used.
Note: Download content data in areas where signal
strength is high.
Messaging
14.1
14.1 Messaging
Retry Function
In Japan or abroad, you can exchange text messages
with handset, PCs, or other devices.
If the other party’s phone is turned off or out of the
service area, messages are held by the Service
Centre. The message or New Message notification is sent
repeatedly to the other party until it is successfully
received.
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)
You can exchange messages (3,000 single-byte
characters maximum) with Vodafone mobile phones,
computers, or e-mail compatible mobile phones. You
can also attach multimedia files such as videos,
pictures, and sounds.
Note: A separate subscription is required to use MMS.
SMS (Short Message Service)
You can exchange text messages of up to 160 singlebyte alphanumerics (140 single-byte katakana or 70
double-byte characters) with Vodafone handsets (Sky
Mail/SMS compatible models). Enter a Vodafone
number to send a SMS message.
Note: If an SMS message exceeds 140 bytes, a warning
message appears and the SMS message is sent as split
ones. The transmission charge depends on the number
and size of split files. Split SMS messages are delivered
only to Vodafone 3G mobile phones.
• MMS
The Centre attempts to resend the notice for up
to 24 hours.
After 24 hours, messages are held at the Centre
for 30 days.
For details on retrieving messages held at the
Centre, see page 134.
• SMS
The Centre attempts to resend a message for up
to 72 hours.
Undelivered messages are automatically deleted
and cannot be retrieved.
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14.2
14.2 Web
Use Web to access the Mobile Internet and a wide
variety of Vodafone live! content. Search for
information or download images, sounds, etc. for use
on your handset.
Note: A separate subscription is required to use Web.
From Vodafone Web Menu
Select items to access information, etc.
Web
• When replacing a circuit board or USIM card,
content data such as Chaku-uta® and V-appli
saved in the handset or memory card may
become unusable.
14.4 Changing Handset Address
You can change the default mail address via Web.
• It is recommended to change the default
address to reduce spam.
From Mobile Internet Sites
Enter Mobile Internet site addresses to access them
directly.
14.3 V-appli
You can download and install additional V-appli, such
as games and 3D images, on your phone from
Vodafone live!. These applications add new features
and services to your phone.
• Your phone is compatible with only V-appli made
for Vodafone mobile phones.
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Find the Feature
> My Vodafone
> オ リ ジナル メ ール設定
(Set Original Mail)
> enter your Centre
Access Code
Checking Amount of Memory Used
or
M
Press
1 g
> Vodafone live! > Vodafone live!
> My Vodafone
> オ リ ジナル メ ール設定
(Set Original Mail)
> enter your Centre
Access Code
14.5
Note: If ご希望の E- メ ールア ド レ スは既に登録 さ れ
ています。 他のア ド レ ス を入力 し て く だ さ い
(Address is already in use. Please select another)
appears, enter another address (repeat steps 3 to 6).
14.5 Checking Amount of Memory
Used
To
You can check how much memory in your phone is
being used by saved message data.
scroll to メ ールア ド レ ス編集
(Edit Mail Address)
Find the Feature
2
SELECT
select the menu
3
keypad
enter a new account name (3
to 30 single-byte characters)
4
h
confirm the account name
5
g
select OK
6
h
set the address
M
M
> Messaging
> Memory Meter
The amount of memory being used appears. Press
the BACK key to return to the previous screen.
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14.6
Locking/Unlocking Vodafone live!
14.6 Locking/Unlocking Vodafone
live!
You can lock the Messaging and Web functions of
Vodafone live!
• When Messaging is locked, Receiving messages
is available but displaying the message folders is
not available.
• All of the services are originally set to Unlocked.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > Security Set
> Lock Application
Action
1 Enter the four-digit unlock code and press the
OK key.
2
Select an item with g and press the CHANGE key.
3
Select Locked or Unlocked and press the SELECT key.
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Messaging
15.1 Checking for New Messages
15
15Messaging
When you receive a message, your phone sounds an
alert and displays a New Message notification, and the
(message waiting) indicator appears.
Press
READ
To
open the message
Note: When receiving an
MMS message, press the
DETAILS key to display the
subject and sender’s phone
number/address. (If the
sender is stored in the Phone
Book, the subject and
sender’s name appear.) Press
the DOWNLOAD key to retrieve
the message.
Tip:
• Press VW to adjust the message ring tone
volume.
• When a message is received from a specified
party, the picture stored in the Phone Book can
be set to appear (see page 59).
• To mute the message ring tone during a call, see
page 85.
Note:
• New Message notifications for MMS messages do
not contain message texts.
• If a memory card is inserted, MMS messages are
stored there. The MMS data is lost when
formatting the memory card.
• When you receive multiple messages, select one
with g and press h.
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15.2
Retrieving MMS Messages from the Centre
• When you cannot receive a message, such as
when your phone is turned off, have a new
message notification resent (see following
section).
Find the Feature
Tip: You can set the ring tone for when receiving
messages (see page 85).
> My Vodafone
> 受信通知再送
(Resend New
Message notification)
or
M
15.2 Retrieving MMS Messages from
the Centre
If your phone is turned off or out of the service area
for more than 24 hours, a new message notification is
no longer sent. Follow the steps to the right to resend
the notification.
Note: When you have a new message notification
sent again, the newest 30 messages stored on the
mail server are sent to your phone at once. Messages
for which you have already received a new message
notification (MMS message text) are also resent.
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Messaging
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
> Vodafone live! > Vodafone live!
> My Vodafone
> 受信通知再送
(Resend New
Message notification)
To
scroll to 再送 (Resend)
select the menu
The title and sender’s name
are sent to your phone.
Using Received Messages
15.3
15.3 Using Received Messages
Forwarding Messages
Reply to or forward received messages, or use
received messages to call the sender.
You can forward messages to another party.
Replying to Messages
In the message summary screen or received
messages list:
Verify the received message and reply to the sender.
You can quote message text.
Press
1 M
In the message summary screen:
2
g up or down
scroll to Forward
3
SELECT
select the menu
4
SEND TO
enter/select the recipient
5
SEND
Press
1 REPLY
To
open a text entry screen
2
enter the message text
3
keypad
SEND
send the message
Note:
To
open the Message Menu/MMS Menu
send the message
Note: Message is sent as the
same format as the original
message.
• When a reply address is included in the received
message, that address is entered when replying
to the message.
• The reply to an SMS message is sent in the same
character code as the original message.
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15.4
Sending a Message
Calling the Sender
15.4 Sending a Message
Using the phone number from a message, you can
call the sender.
I. Entering the Message Text (see page 138)
In the message summary screen or received
messages list:
Press
1 M
2
g up or down
To
open the Message Menu/MMS Menu
scroll to Voice Call Back
Note: To make a video call,
select Video Call Back.
3
136
SELECT
Messaging
dial the number
Select New SMS or New MMS and enter the message
text.
Complete the message and press the SEND TO key.
II. Entering a Recipient (see page 141)
Enter the recipient’s phone number.
You can also specify the recipient from the Phone
Book.
III. Sending a Message (see page 144)
After entering the message text and recipient,
press the SEND key.
Sending a Message
For MMS messages, you can set the following
options:
Option
MMS Templates
Description
Use MMS message templates
(see page 139).
Attachments
Attach files in the Data folder
such as pictures, sounds, and
videos (see page 144).
Send to
Specify Vodafone mobile phone
numbers or e-mail addresses
(see page 141).
Cc and Bcc
Specify addresses for Cc and
Bcc (see page 148).
Subject
Enter a subject for the message
(see page 147).
Priority and Delivery
report
Set priority and receive a delivery
report (see page 149).
15.4
Maximum Message Length
SMS
Up to 70 double-byte characters, 140
single-byte katakana, or 160 singlebyte alphanumeric characters
MMS
Up to approximately 1,500 doublebyte characters or approximately
3,000 single-byte characters (up to
300 KB of a combination of file
attachments and message body text)
Note: The maximum message length
may differ depending on the number of
recipients or the size of attached files.
Message Fields
SMS
Recipient, body text
MMS
Recipient, subject, body text, file
attachment, priority level, delivery report
Note: You can also send a message
with only entering the body text and
recipient.
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15.4
Sending a Message
I. Entering the Message Text
several phone numbers/URLs/e-mail addresses/
line breaks.
Enter the message text.
You can enter up to 160 single-byte alphanumeric
characters (70 double-byte characters or 140 singlebyte katakana) for SMS and up to approximately
3,000 single-byte/1,500 double-byte characters (up
to 300 KB) for MMS.
Be careful of the following when composing an MMS
message:
• When single-byte and double-byte characters
are combined, the amount of characters you can
enter may decrease because the text length
contains control codes.
• If entering an e-mail address for the recipient,
single-byte katakana and pictographs are
unavailable for the message. Also, the maximum
message length decreases by the number of
characters in the address.
• The available number of characters may
decrease when the message text contains
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Messaging
• You can send up to 300 KB of a combination of
file attachments, message body text,
recipient(s), and subject. However, the maximum
number of characters for the subject and
message text may differ depending on the
number of recipients or the size of attached
sound/image files.
Find the Feature
Press
1 keypad
2
SEND TO
M
> Messaging > Create Message
> New MMS or New SMS
To
enter text
open the recipient selection
(Send to) screen
Tip: To cancel composing a message, press F,
select Abort Message with g, and press the SELECT key. To
save the message, select Save to Drafts.
Sending a Message
Note:
• To preview an MMS message, press M, select
Preview with g, and press the SELECT key.
• You can check the approximate MMS message
data size using Message Details.
• If a message is received while composing a
message, a New Message notification appears. If you
press the DETAILS key, the message being
composed is saved to the draft folder and you
can view the newly received message. Press the
BACK key to continue composing the message.
• If a call is received while composing a message,
an Incoming Voice Call notification appears. If you press
the ANSWER key, the message being composed is
saved to the draft folder and you can answer the
incoming call. Press the DIVERT key to continue
composing the message.
Using MMS Templates (MMS only)
MMS templates are multimedia message templates
with preloaded media content. You can use edit and
insert functions just like in normal message text.
15.4
If a media object in a template cannot be edited, you
will be unable to highlight the object.
Find the Feature
M
or
M
> Messaging > MMS Templates
> Messaging > Create Message
> MMS Templates
Note:
• To preview an MMS template, scroll to the MMS
template on the MMS template list and press M.
Select View with g and press the SELECT key.
• To check the size of an MMS template, scroll to
the MMS template on the MMS template list and
press M. Select Details with g and press the
SELECT key.
• To play an MMS template media object when an
MMS template is open, select (highlight) the
picture with g and press the VIEW key. To check
picture details, such as the title or size, press the
DETAILS key. After checking, press the BACK key
twice.
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15.4
Sending a Message
• To delete sound data, press M, select Delete Audio,
and press the SELECT key.
Inserting Quick Notes/MMS Templates
Note: MMS templates are only for MMS messages.
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 M
To
open the Message Menu/MMS Menu
2
g up or down
3
SELECT
select the menu
4
g up or down
scroll to Quick Note or MMS
Templates
5
SELECT
select the item
scroll to Insert
6
g up or down
select a quick note/MMS
template
7
SELECT
insert the quick note text or
MMS template (image or
sound) into the message text
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Inserting a Phone Number or E-mail Address
from the Phone Book or Dialled/Received
Calls
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 M
To
open the MMS Menu
2
g up or down
3
SELECT
select the menu
4
g up or down
scroll to Contact Info
5
SELECT
select the item
6
g up or down
scroll to the contact category
7
SELECT
select the category
8
g up or down
scroll to the recipient
9
h
select the recipient
10 OK
scroll to Insert
insert the recipient’s phone
number or e-mail address
Sending a Message
Adding Pages (MMS Only)
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 M
To
open the MMS Menu
15.4
Press
3 SELECT
4
YES
To
select the menu
Your phone prompts you for
confirmation.
confirm the deletion
2
g up or down
3
SELECT
select the menu
II. Entering a Recipient
4
g up or down
scroll to New Page
Specify the recipient.
5
SELECT
add a page
For SMS, you can send the message to other mobile
phone users.
scroll to Insert
Note: You can view the previous page by pressing g
left and the following page by pressing g right.
Deleting Pages (MMS Only)
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 M
2
g up or down
To
open the MMS Menu
scroll to Delete Page
For MMS, you can send the message to other mobile
phone users and e-mail addresses.
You can enter the recipient directly with the keypad or
select from Phone Book, Dialled/Received calls, Sent Messages, or
Mailing List.
Note:
• Only MMS messages can be sent from e-mail
entries in the Phone Book, though SMS/MMS
messages can be set to send from e-mail entries.
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15.4
Sending a Message
• For MMS, you can enter up to 50 single-byte
alphanumerics for email addresses (To/Cc/Bcc).
You can also send to Vodafone handset numbers
and mail addresses simultaneously.
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 SEND TO
2
g up or down
To
open the recipient list
scroll to [New Number] or [New Email
Address]
Note: To select the address
of the recipient from the
recipient list, scroll to a
recipient and press h.
3
h
open the phone number/
e-mail address entry screen
4
keypad
enter a phone number or
e-mail address
5
OK
confirm the phone number or
e-mail address
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Note:
• To add recipients, repeat steps 2 to 5.
• You cannot send a message if you enter 184 or
186 before the phone number.
• A warning message appears if the composed
message exceeds the maximum size.
Tip:
• To add Cc/Bcc, see page 148.
• To cancel composing a message, press F,
select Abort Message with g, and press the SELECT
key. To save the message, select Save to Drafts.
Sending a Message
15.4
Editing/Deleting a Recipient
Composing Messages from the Phone Book
In a recipient list:
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to a specified recipient
2
h
no longer specify the
recipient
3
g up or down
or
keypad
specify a new recipient
or
enter a new recipient
M
> Phone Book
In a search screen:
Press
1 keypad
To
enter the text to search for
Note: To search from the
Phone Book list, press g
down.
2
SEARCH
search for the recipient
3
g up or down
select the recipient
4
M
open the Phonebook Menu
5
g up or down
scroll to Send Message
6
SELECT
open Message Type
7
g up or down
select New SMS or New MMS
8
SELECT
open a text entry screen
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15.5
Attaching Image/Sound Files (MMS Only)
III. Sending a Message
Send a message you composed.
After specifying a recipient (II. Entering a Recipient):
Press
SEND
To
send the message
Note:
• To check message details, such as the size,
press M, select Message Details, and press the SELECT
key.
• Messages may not be sent if the memory card is
almost full. In such cases, delete unwanted
messages.
• A Disconnected message may appear depending on
the signal strength.
Tip: To save the composed message to the draft
folder (Draft Messages), see page 150.
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15.5 Attaching Image/Sound Files
(MMS Only)
You can send MMS messages with picture, sound, or
video attachments.
• You can send up to 300 KB of a combination of
file attachments, message body text, recipients,
and subject.
Attaching Files in the Data Folder
You can attach pictures, videos, and sounds in the
Data folder to the message.
Note: Some pictures and sounds may not be
attached.
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 M
To
open the MMS Menu
2
g up or down
3
SELECT
display the message options
4
g up or down
scroll to Attachments
scroll to Message Options
Attaching Image/Sound Files (MMS Only)
Press
5 h
6
7
g up or down
SELECT
To
select Attachments
Press
6 g up or down
select the file or Phone Book
data to attach
7
SELECT
activate the camera
8
CAPTURE
take the picture or video clip
attach the file or data
Note:
9
INSERT
In a text entry screen:
To
open the MMS Menu
2
g up or down
3
SELECT
display the message options
4
g up or down
scroll to Attachments
5
h
select Attachments
scroll to Message Options
attach the photo or video
Tip: To preview the picture or
video, select the file and
press the VIEW key while
viewing the Attachments list.
• To return to the text entry screen, BACK key > DONE
key.
Attaching New Pictures and Videos
To
scroll to New Picture or New Video
Tip: To discard the shot,
press the DISCARD key.
• To attach multiple files, select [New Attachment] and
repeat steps 6 and 7.
Press
1 M
15.5
Note:
• To attach multiple files, select [New Attachment] and
repeat steps 6 to 9.
• To return to the text entry screen, BACK key > DONE
key.
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15.5
Attaching Image/Sound Files (MMS Only)
Deleting Attached Files
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 M
To
open the MMS Menu
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 keypad
To
enter text
2
M
open the MMS Menu
2
g up or down
scroll to Message Options
3
g up or down
scroll to Insert
3
SELECT
display the message options
4
SELECT
display insert options
4
g up or down
scroll to Attachments
5
g up or down
select the media to insert
5
h
select Attachments
6
g up or down
scroll to a file
7
M
open the Attachments Menu
8
g up or down
scroll to Delete
9
SELECT
delete the file
Adding Pages
You can add pages to a message so that it can be
played like a slide show. You can also attach pictures,
sounds, or videos so that they play from the message
pages.
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Note:
• If New Page is selected, a
new page is added to
the message being
composed.
• If Picture/Sound/Video is
selected, a media file in
the Data folder can be
inserted into the
message.
Setting Outgoing Message Options (MMS Only)
Press
To
• If New Picture/New Video/Voice
Record is selected, you
can take a picture or
record video/sound and
attach it to the
message.
6
SELECT
insert the media object
7
M
open the MMS Menu
8
g up or down
scroll to Set Page Timing
9
SELECT
select Set Page Timing
The screen to enter timing
for one page (in seconds)
appears.
10 g up or down
or
keypad
11 OK
15.6
15.6 Setting Outgoing Message
Options (MMS Only)
Set the options for when sending MMS messages.
Note: These options affect only the message being
composed.
Entering the Subject
You can enter up to 40 single- or double-byte
characters.
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 M
2
g up or down
To
open the MMS Menu
scroll to Message Options
3
SELECT
display message options
or
4
g up or down
scroll to Subject
enter the time
5
h
open a subject entry screen
confirm the time
6
keypad
enter a subject
7
OK
confirm the subject
specify the time
Tip: To preview the page, M > Preview.
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15.6
Setting Outgoing Message Options (MMS Only)
Note:
• The number of characters you can enter
depends on the type of characters and the size
of attached files.
• When single-byte and double-byte characters
are combined, the amount of characters you can
enter may decrease because the text length
contains control codes.
• If entering an e-mail address for the recipient,
single-byte katakana and pictographs are
unavailable for the subject.
Press
3 SELECT
4
g up or down
5
h
open a recipient list
6
g up or down
scroll to [New Number] or [New Email
Address]
7
h
open the phone number/
e-mail address entry screen
8
keypad
enter a phone number or
e-mail address
9
OK
In a text entry screen:
10 DONE
Press
1 M
2
g up or down
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To
open the MMS Menu
scroll to Message Options
scroll to Cc or Bcc
Note: To select the address
of the recipient from the
recipient list, scroll to a
recipient and press h.
Adding Cc and Bcc
Messages are sent to the e-mail addresses specified
in the recipient (Send to) field as To. You can also specify
Cc and Bcc.
To
display message options
confirm the phone number or
e-mail address
set the number or address
Setting Outgoing Message Options (MMS Only)
Setting Delivery Report
You can confirm that your message reached the
recipient by setting Delivery Report to On (ADD key).
Note:
Setting Priority
Set priority to Normal, Urgent, or Low.
Note: Priority is originally set to Normal.
In a text entry screen:
• Delivery report is originally set to Off (REMOVE key).
• You can set this when sending a message to only
one Vodafone mobile phone.
Press
1 M
To
open the MMS Menu
2
g up or down
3
SELECT
display message options
To
open the MMS Menu
4
g up or down
scroll to Priority
5
h
display priority options
scroll to Message Options
6
g up or down
select a priority
7
SELECT
store the priority
In a text entry screen:
Press
1 M
15.6
2
g up or down
3
SELECT
display message options
4
g up or down
scroll to Receipt
5
h
open a receipt request
screen
6
g up or down
scroll to Delivery Report
7
ADD
set Delivery Report to On
8
DONE
store the setting
scroll to Message Options
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15.7
Saving a Message in the Draft Folder
15.7 Saving a Message in the Draft
Folder
You can save messages to the draft folder (Draft
Messages) to send later.
Note:
15.8 Message Centre
Handset Message Centre contains three folders.
• Received Messages
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• You can edit or send messages later.
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• You can save up to 180 messages to the draft
folder.
In a text entry screen:
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Press
1 keypad
To
enter text
2
M
open the MMS Menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Save to Drafts
4
SELECT
save to the draft folder
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appears.
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15.9
15.9 Checking Message Contents
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Messaging
To
scroll to Received Messages, Sent
Messages, or Draft Messages
2
SELECT
3
g up or down
scroll to a message
4
READ or SELECT
open the message
open the selected folder
Note:
• You can view the
previous message by
pressing g down and
the following message
by pressing g up.
• On the message list,
you can create a new
message by selecting
[Create Message].
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15.10 Reordering the Message Centre Menu View (Messaging Top Menu)
15.10 Reordering the Message
Centre Menu View (Messaging Top
Menu)
F
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to Reorder List
2
SELECT
select Reorder List
The default setting of the message menu is described
below but you can change the order.
3
g up or down
scroll to a menu item to
move
Message Centre menu
4
GRAB
grab the item
5
g up or down
move the item to a new
location in the menu
6
INSERT
insert the item
Create Message
Voicemail
Received Messages
Quick Notes
Sent Messages
Draft Messages
MMS Templates
Find the Feature
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M
> Messaging > M
Replying to a Message
15.11
15.11 Replying to a Message
15.12 Forwarding a Message
You can send a message back to the sender.
You can forward messages to another party.
Note: With MMS, you can send a message to up to
about ten recipients.
Find the Feature
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Messaging
> Received Messages
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Messaging
> Received Messages
To
scroll to a message
To
scroll to a message
2
M
3
g up or down
scroll to Forward
READ
or
h
open the message
4
SELECT
select the menu
5
SEND TO
open the recipient list
3
REPLY
open the text entry screen
6
g up or down
select a recipient (see page
141)
4
keypad
compose a message
7
SEND
send the message
5
SEND
send the message
2
Note: When a reply address
is included in the received
message, that address is
entered when replying to the
message.
open the Message Menu
Note: Message is sent as the
same type as the original
message.
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15.13
Delivery Report
15.13 Delivery Report
After you send a message, you can check that the
recipient received it.
Note: Using the outgoing message options, you can
set a delivery report to be sent automatically (see
page 149).
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
To
scroll to a message
M
open the Outbox Menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Message Status
4
SELECT
select the menu
Messaging
You can send messages in the draft folder (Draft
Messages) one by one. You can also edit the message
text, or change the recipient or message options.
Find the Feature
M
> Messaging > Draft Messages
> Messaging > Sent Messages
2
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15.14 Sending a Message from the
Draft Folder
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
To
scroll to a message
open the message
The text entry screen
appears.
3
keypad
edit the message if
necessary
4
SEND TO
complete the message and
open the recipient selection
(Send to) screen
5
Select a recipient and send the message (see
page 141)
Locking a Message
Note: Because the memory shared by the Sent
Messages and outgoing messages is the same, some
data may not be stored depending on available
memory.
15.15 Locking a Message
You can lock messages so that they will not be
deleted.
Note:
15.15
Press
3 g up or down
4
SELECT
To
scroll to Lock
select the menu
changes to
.
Note: To unlock a message,
press M, select Unlock, and
press the SELECT key.
changes to
.
• Messages in the draft folder and split SMS
messages being received are automatically
locked.
• Outgoing messages and unsent messages can
not be locked.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
M
M
> Messaging
> Received Messages
To
scroll to a message
open the Message Menu
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15.16
Deleting a Message
15.16 Deleting a Message
Deleting All Message Centre Messages
You can delete unwanted messages.
You can delete multiple messages in the message
folder(s). The criteria to delete messages are
described below.
Selecting and Deleting a Message
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Messaging
> Received Messages,
Sent Message, or
Draft Messages
M
open the Message Menu, Outbox
Menu, or Drafts Menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Delete
4
SELECT
select Delete
Your phone prompts you for
confirmation.
YES
confirm the deletion
Note: To not delete, press
the NO key.
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All
-
Deletes all unlocked
messages.
Inbox
Read
Deletes all read messages
in Received Messages.
All
Deletes all unlocked
messages in Received Messages.
Sent Messages
-
Deletes all messages in Sent
Messages.
Draft
Messages
-
Deletes all messages in
Draft Messages.
To
scroll to a message
2
5
Cleanup criteria
Note: Locked mail is not deleted. To delete locked
messages, select Unlock.
Deleting a Message
Find the Feature
M
> Messaging
> Cleanup Messages
15.16
Auto Cleanup criteria
Option
3 day old msgs
Description
Deletes messages older than
three days.
5 day old msgs
Deletes messages older than
five days.
7 day old msgs
Deletes messages older than
seven days.
Keep 5 msgs
Deletes all but the five most
recent messages.
Keep 10 msgs
Deletes all but the ten most
recent messages.
Keep 20 msgs
Tip: You can activate Cleanup Messages by selecting the
message folder from the Message Centre menu and
pressing M.
Deletes all but the twenty
most recent messages.
Custom
Allows you to set a certain
number of messages or days
to keep messages.
Automatically Deleting Messages
None
No criteria.
M
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
To
scroll to the message folder
select the folder
The deletion confirmation
screen appears.
Note: If Inbox is selected,
select Read or All.
3
YES
delete all messages in the
folder
If you set received messages and sent messages to
Auto Cleanup, old messages are automatically deleted,
allowing you to store new messages.
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15.17
Find the Feature
Phone Numbers/E-mail Addresses in a Message
M
M
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
> Messaging
> Received Messages or
Sent Messages
> Setup > Auto Cleanup
To
scroll to a criterion for Auto
Cleanup
select the criterion
Note: To specify a certain
number of messages or
days, follow the steps below.
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1
Select Custom with g and
press the SELECT key
2
Select a number of
messages or days with g
3
Select msgs or days with g
as appropriate
4
Press the OK key
Note:
• Select None to not automatically delete messages.
• Lock messages to not be automatically deleted
(see page 155).
• Auto Cleanup is originally set to None.
• When memory to store sent messages is full,
messages are automatically deleted starting with
the oldest.
15.17 Phone Numbers/E-mail
Addresses in a Message
Storing Contact Information to the Phone
Book
You can store the sender/receiver or phone number/
e-mail address in the message text to the Phone
Book.
Find the Feature
M
> Messaging
> Received Messages or
Sent Messages
Using Attachments
In a message detail screen:
Press
1 M
To
open the menu
15.18 Using Attachments
Storing to the Data Folder
scroll to Store
You can store pictures, videos, or sounds that are
attached to messages to your phone’s Data folder.
SELECT
select Store
g up or down
Note: Some files may not be stored to the Data folder.
scroll to Phone Number or Email
Address
Find the Feature
2
g up or down
3
4
5
SELECT
select the item
6
g up or down
scroll to a phone number or
e-mail address
7
STORE
store the phone number or
e-mail address
The selected phone number
or e-mail address is entered
in the Phone Book and the
Phone Book entry detail
screen appears.
8
15.18
Enter the other items in the entry and press the
DONE key.
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Messaging
> Received Messages
To
scroll to a message
2
READ
open the message
3
g
select a media object (file)
4
VIEW or PLAY
view or play the media
5
STORE
open Store Options
6
g up or down
scroll to Store Only
7
SELECT
select the option
The screen to enter a file
name appears.
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15.19
Press
8 keypad
9
OK
Received Messages List Operations
To
enter the media (file) name
Press
5 STORE
store the media (file)
6
g up or down
scroll to Apply as Wallpaper or Apply
as Screen Saver
7
SELECT
set the media as a wallpaper
or screen saver
Setting a Wallpaper/Screen Saver Image
You can set a picture attached to a message as the
wallpaper or screen saver image.
Note:
• Some images may not be set depending on the
size.
• Videos cannot be set.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Messaging
> Received Messages
To
scroll to a message
2
READ
open the message
3
g
select a media object (file)
4
VIEW
view the media
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To
open Store Options
15.19 Received Messages List
Operations
Switching the Received Messages List View
You can switch the received messages list view to
Sender or Subject.
Note:
• The view is originally set to Sender. The sender’s
phone number/e-mail address and name that is
registered in the Phone Book appear.
• For SMS messages, the beginning of the
message text appears when Subject is set.
MMS Settings
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
M
15.20
> Messaging
> Message Setup
Press
3 g up or down
To
scroll to Composing MMS
4
CHANGE
To
scroll to Inbox View
5
g up or down
select Composing MMS
scroll to Reply Type
6
CHANGE
select Reply Type
2
CHANGE
open Inbox View
7
g up or down
scroll to SMS or MMS
3
g up or down
scroll to Sender or Subject
8
SELECT
select the option
4
SELECT
set the option
15.20 MMS Settings
Setting Message Type when Replying with
an MMS Message
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
M
15.21 SMS Settings
Setting Message Type when Replying with
an SMS Message
Find the Feature
> Messaging
> Message Setup
To
scroll to MMS Setup
select MMS Setup
Press
1 g up or down
M
M
> Messaging
> Message Setup
To
scroll to SMS Setup
2
SELECT
select SMS Setup
3
g up or down
scroll to Reply Type
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15.21
Press
4 CHANGE
SMS Settings
To
select Reply Type
5
g up or down
scroll to SMS or MMS
6
SELECT
select the option
Changing the SMS Message Centre Phone
Number
You can change the SMS message centre phone
number.
Do not change the number unless you receive a
notice from Vodafone.
• The SMS message centre phone number is
originally set to +819066519300.
• The SMS message centre phone number is
stored on the USIM card.
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Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
M
> Messaging
> Message Setup
To
scroll to SMS Setup
2
SELECT
select SMS Setup
3
g up or down
scroll to Service Centre No.
4
CHANGE
select Service Centre No.
5
keypad
enter the Service Centre
number
6
OK
store the Service Centre
number
Storing Quick Notes
15.22
15.22 Storing Quick Notes
15.23 Resetting Messaging
You can store frequently used message text phrases
as quick notes.
Deleting Messages
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
> Messaging
To
scroll to Quick Notes
select Quick Notes
Note: To edit/delete quick
notes, select a quick note
from the list, press M, select
Edit or Delete, and press the
SELECT key.
3
g up or down
4
SELECT
select [New Quick Note]
5
keypad
enter quick note
6
OK
store the quick note
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
M
> Messaging
> Cleanup Messages
To
scroll to All
select All
Note: Menu items may differ
depending on where
messages are saved.
3
YES
delete all messages
scroll to [New Quick Note]
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Web
SSL
Cache Memory (Temporary Memory)
You can use your phone to view data service contents
that support SSL (Secure Socket Layer). SSL is a
transmission protocol that allows personal data to be
sent more safely by encrypting transmission data on
the Internet so that the data cannot be eavesdropped,
tampered with, or spoofed.
Contents or data downloaded from Mobile Internet
sites are temporarily stored in cache memory.
16Web
This protocol is used when sending data such as
credit card numbers or personal information.
Note:
• By viewing secure contents, the customer
agrees to take responsibility for using SSL.
• Vodafone and the certification companies
(VeriSign Japan K.K., Baltimore Technologies
Japan Co., Ltd., and Entrust Japan Co., Ltd.)
cannot guarantee the safety of SSL.
• We accept no responsibility for damages caused
to the customer as a result of using SSL.
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Content data stored in cache memory can be viewed
again later.
If cache memory becomes full, data is automatically
deleted from the oldest and overwritten with new
data.
Note: You can delete data stored in cache memory.
Some data has an expiration date. After that date, the
data is deleted from cache memory.
Accessing Mobile Internet Sites
16.1
16.1 Accessing Mobile Internet Sites
16.1.1 Accessing from the Menu
You can access Mobile Internet sites and download
data.
You can select an item to read from the Vodafone live!
menu and receive that data.
Note:
Note: The Vodafone live! menu may change
periodically.
• Packet communication charges are incurred
every time the BACK key is pressed when viewing a
site.
• If a call is received while playing streaming
content, the streaming transmission continues
and packet communication charges are incurred.
• When accessing streaming content, you can play
back the video and sound on the site. Even if
playback is paused, the transmission continues
in order to maintain the session and packet
communication charges are incurred.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
> Vodafone live!
To
scroll to Vodafone live!
select Vodafone live!
Start the browser and
connect to the Internet.
3
g up or down
scroll to the desired item
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16.1.2
Press
4 SELECT
Accessing the Internet by Entering a URL
To
select the item
If you cannot connect to the
Vodafone live! service,
contact Vodafone.
5
F
end the Vodafone live!
session
When the confirmation
screen appears, press the YES
key to return to the home
screen.
16.1.2 Accessing the Internet by
Entering a URL
You can enter a Mobile Internet site address (URL) to
connect to the Internet.
Note: You may not be able to receive data from some
Mobile Internet sites. In addition, screens may differ
when viewed on a computer.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Vodafone live!
To
scroll to Enter URL
2
SELECT
3
keypad
select Enter URL
enter a URL
4
OK
set the URL
Start the browser and
connect to the Internet.
Tip: Press F to end the connection. When the
confirmation screen appears, press the YES key to
return to the home screen.
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Web
Mobile Internet Site Operations
16.2 Mobile Internet Site Operations
16.2.1 Moving the Cursor
You can select an item in the Mobile Internet site by
using g. Information that can be selected is
underlined.
Action
1 Select an item using g.
2
Press the SELECT key or h to confirm.
16.2.2 Scrolling Through Screens
When the cursor is on the bottommost or topmost
item, press g to scroll up or down.
16.2
16.2.3 Using a Check box/List/Dropdown List/Command Button
You can place a check in a check box or activate a
function if you use g to select an item or button and
press the SELECT key (or h centre key). Similarly, you
can select an item with g and the SELECT key (or h
centre key) from a list or drop-down list.
16.2.4 Using a Text Box
You can enter text in the text box in the Mobile
Internet site.
Action
1 Select a text box using g.
2
Press the SELECT key or h.
3
Enter text.
Note: You can enter text just like in messages or the
Phone Book. However, some types of text may not be
entered. Press U to delete one letter at a time if you
make a mistake.
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16.2.5
Viewing the Browser Menu
16.2.5 Viewing the Browser Menu
Making a Call Using a Phone Number from
the Mobile Internet Site
Action
Press M in the Mobile Internet site.
The browser menu appears.
16.2.6 Using a Phone Number/E-mail
Address/URL in the Mobile Internet Site
If a page has a phone number (a number with “TEL:”
in the front) or e-mail address, you can make a call or
send an MMS message from that screen. Similarly, if
a page has a URL (an address with “http://” or
“https://” in the front), you can access the Internet.
Note:
• This function is generally not available if the
phone number, e-mail address, or URL is not
underlined.
• This function may be available even if the phone
number, e-mail address, or URL does not
appear.
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Web
Action
1 Select a phone number with g and press the
SELECT key or h.
2
Press the ACCEPT key.
3
Press D.
The phone number is dialled.
Sending an MMS Message Using an E-mail
Address from the Mobile Internet Site
Action
1 Select an e-mail address and press the MAIL TO
key.
The screen to create a new MMS message
appears.
2
Enter message text and a subject, and send the
message (see page 138).
Using Pictures
Accessing the Internet Using a URL from the
Mobile Internet Site
Action
Select a URL with g and press the SELECT key or h.
You are connected to the specified Mobile Internet
site.
Tip: You can store e-mail addresses and phone
numbers that appear on the Mobile Internet site in the
Phone Book.
16.3
16.3 Using Pictures
Downloading Pictures
You can download a picture from a Mobile Internet
site by selecting its link. You can store the object on
your phone, and use it as a wallpaper image or a
screen saver image.
Your phone may contain predefined photos, pictures,
and animations. You can download and store
additional images on your phone.
Note: Some images may not be stored to the Data
folder depending on the size.
Find the Feature
M
> Vodafone live!
> Bookmarks, Enter URL,
or My Saved Page
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16.4
Using Video Clips
16.4 Using Video Clips
In a site with pictures:
Press
1 g up or down
To
select the link to download
You can download video clips from Mobile Internet
sites and store them on your phone.
2
SELECT
download
Tip: For details on using video clips, see page 76.
3
STORE
store the picture
Downloading Video Clips
You can use pictures in the following ways.
• Attaching to a message
• Storing for later use
You can download video clips and receive video clips
in MMS messages.
Find the Feature
M
• Setting as a wallpaper image
• Setting as a screen saver image
In a site with video clips:
Press
1 g up or down
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Web
> Vodafone live!
> Bookmarks, Enter URL,
or My Saved Page
To
select the link to download
2
SELECT
download
3
STORE
store the video clip
Using Sound Files
Note:
• Video clips downloaded from Mobile Internet
sites cannot be set as Chaku-video.
Furthermore, on-screen text is unavailable when
playing videos.
• File property for Chaku-video can show up to 34
single-byte characters (17 double-byte
characters).
Tip:
• If a call is received while downloading, press the
ANSWER key to answer the call without terminating
the download.
• To store images attached to messages, see
page 159.
16.5
16.5 Using Sound Files
If sound (melody) is included in data, you can play
and store it on your phone.
Note:
• You can attach stored sounds to MMS messages
before sending. However, some sounds have
sending restrictions.
• File property for Chaku-uta® can show up to 34
single-byte characters (17 double-byte
characters).
Downloading Sound Files
Find the Feature
M
> Vodafone live!
> Bookmarks, Enter URL,
or My Saved Page
In a site with sounds:
Press
1 g up or down
To
select the link to download
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16.6
Press
2 SELECT
3
STORE
My Saved Page
To
download
Press
4 SELECT
store the sound
5
YES
16.6 My Saved Page
Storing to My Saved Page
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Vodafone live! > Enter URL
> OK > M
To
scroll to Store
2
SELECT
show the stored item
3
g up or down
select the item to store
Displaying My Saved Page
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
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Web
store to My Saved Page
Note: When you store a
media object (such as an
image), a screen to enter a
file name (Save As:) appears.
Enter a file name and press
the OK key.
You can store frequently used Mobile Internet sites to
My Saved Page for quick access.
Find the Feature
To
show the confirmation
message
SELECT
M
> Vodafone live!
> My Saved Page
To
select a page
show the page
Bookmarks
16.7
Editing Stored Content
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Vodafone live!
> My Saved Page
To
select a title to change
2
M
show options
3
g up or down
scroll to Rename
4
SELECT
open the screen to edit the
title
5
keypad
edit the title
6
OK
set the new title
Press
3 g up or down
4
To
scroll to Delete or Delete All
SELECT
delete the page
16.7 Bookmarks
You can store frequently used Mobile Internet site
addresses (URLs) to Bookmarks for quick access.
Storing Bookmarks
Find the Feature
M
> Vodafone live!
> Enter URL or My Saved Page
Deleting My Saved Page
Press
1 M
Find the Feature
2
YES
open the screen to enter the
bookmark data
3
keypad
enter the name or shortcut
key number
Press
1 g up or down
2
M
M
> Vodafone live!
> My Saved Page
To
select a title to delete
To
show the confirmation
message
show options
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16.7
Bookmarks
Press
4 OK
5
To
set the data
DONE
M
Press
1 g up or down
2
To
open the screen with the
bookmark data
5
keypad
edit the data
6
OK
set the changes
7
DONE
store the changes
store the URL to Bookmarks
Accessing Mobile Internet Sites in
Bookmarks
Find the Feature
Press
4 SELECT
> Vodafone live! > Bookmarks
To
scroll to a bookmark
GO TO
access the stored site
Deleting Bookmarks
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Vodafone live! > Bookmarks
To
scroll to a bookmark
Editing Bookmarks
2
M
Find the Feature
3
g up or down
scroll to Delete
4
SELECT
show the confirmation
message
5
YES
delete the bookmark
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Vodafone live! > Bookmarks
To
scroll to a bookmark
2
M
show options
3
g up or down
scroll to Edit
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Web
show options
History
16.8
16.8 History
Accessing Mobile Internet Sites in History
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
GO TO
M
> Vodafone live! > History
To
scroll to a URL
access the site
Clearing History
Find the Feature
M
> Vodafone live! > Browser Set
> Clear History
16.9 Refreshing/Reloading to
Receive New Data
When using cache memory (see page 164), the data
that appears on the screen may not match the most
recent version of that site.
When this happens, you can refresh the data. In
addition, you can reload the data if you were not able
to receive it correctly.
Action
1 Press M on the site currently open.
2
Scroll to Reload with g and press the SELECT key.
16.10 Restricting Image and Sound
Downloads
You can set your phone to display only the text of
sites with images and sounds.
• You can set images and sounds separately.
• Your phone is originally set to download all
images and sounds.
Find the Feature
M
> Vodafone live! > Browser Set
> Retrieval Setting
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16.11
Press
1 g up or down
Resetting Web
To
scroll to Image
Press
1 g up or down
2
2
SELECT
select the menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Off (Hide)
4
SELECT
confirm the setting
5
g up or down
scroll to Sound
6
SELECT
select the menu
7
g up or down
scroll to Off (Hide)
8
SELECT
confirm the setting
16.11 Resetting Web
16.11.1 Clearing Cookies
Cookies are data transferred between your phone and
the Vodafone live! Service Centre that records data
such as user information and access history. You can
clear these data.
Find the Feature
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Web
M
> Vodafone live! > Browser Set
SELECT
To
scroll to Clear cookie
select the menu
Your phone prompts you for
confirmation.
3
DELETE
confirm the deletion
16.11.2 Resetting Mobile Web Cache
You can delete the cache stored in your phone.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
> Vodafone live! > Browser Set
To
scroll to Reset cache
delete the cache
Note: Alternatively, press M while viewing Mobile
Internet site and select Reset cache.
Functions While Using Web
16.12 Functions While Using Web
While viewing Mobile Internet site, you can use the
following functions.
• New Call: Make a call
16.12
16.13 Confirming the URL of a
Mobile Internet Site
You can check the URL of the site you are viewing.
While viewing site:
• Phone Book: View the Phone Book
• Messaging: Use Messaging
• Calendar: View the calendar
• Media Player (Camera, Record Video, Pictures, Videos,
Sound&Ringtone): Use multimedia functions
Press
1 M
To
open the Browser Menu
2
g up or down
scroll to View URL
3
SELECT
display the URL
While viewing site:
Press
1 M
To
open the Browser Menu
2
g up or down
3
SELECT
select the menu
4
g up or down
scroll to a function
5
SELECT
start the selected function
scroll to SWAP
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17
V-appli
17.1 Using a Memory Card
Find the Feature
You can also store various contents of V-appli on a
memory card.
Go to the page that contains the application, then:
17V-appli
Note: V-appli which is stored on a memory card from
your phone can be used only on your phone or other
Vodafone model with your USIM card inserted.
17.2 Downloading V-appli
You can download V-appli from Vodafone live!.
Note:
• Some downloaded V-appli can also be stored on
a memory card.
• It is recommended to download V-appli in places
where signal strength is high.
• V-appli which is downloaded after Not a signed
application. Continue Downloading? appears is not secure.
• When changing your phone model, content data
such as V-appli, Web, and ring tones cannot be
transferred from your phone.
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V-appli
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Vodafone live! > Vodafone live!
To
scroll to the application
2
DOWNLOAD
view the application details
3
YES
download the application
17.2.1 Download Confirmation Screen
When downloading a V-appli, data such as the title
and size are received (download confirmation screen)
before downloading the actual application. You can
download the V-appli after verifying the data on the
download confirmation screen.
Launching V-appli
17.3 Launching V-appli
Run preset V-appli, as well as downloaded games
and applications.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
> V-appli
To
scroll to the application
17.3
17.4 Ending/Pausing/Deleting
V-appli
17.4.1 Ending/Pausing V-appli
Action
1 Press F while using a V-appli.
2
launch the application
Note: If a phone call or message is received while a
V-appli is running, the V-appli is paused and the
incoming call/message screen appears. You can have
a notice inform you of an incoming call/message while
a V-appli is running (see page 180).
Select End to end or Suspend to pause, and press
the SELECT key.
17.4.2 Deleting V-appli
You can delete stored V-appli.
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> V-appli
To
scroll to the application
2
M
open the application
manager menu
3
g up or down
scroll to Delete
V-appli
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17.5
Press
4 SELECT
5
YES
V-appli Home Screen Settings
To
show the confirmation
message
You can set the home screen to have a V-appli
constantly running.
Note:
• Only one V-appli can be set as the home screen.
Some V-appli may not be set.
• When a V-appli is paused, it cannot be set as the
home screen.
• V-appli stored on a memory card cannot be set
as the home screen.
• No V-appli is originally set as the home screen.
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V-appli
M
> Settings > V-appli Set
To
scroll to Set Standby App
2
CHANGE
3
g up or down
scroll to an application
4
SELECT
set the application as the
home screen
delete the application
17.5 V-appli Home Screen Settings
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
open the screen to select an
application
17.6 Setting Phone Actions for When
V-appli is Running
Set phone actions for when a phone call/message is
received or a set alarm time arrives while a V-appli is
running.
Setting Phone Actions for When V-appli is Running 17.6
Option
Call Priority/Alarm Priority
App Priority
Description
Pause the V-appli and
receive the call/message or
activate the alarm.
Continue running the V-appli.
However, a notice indicating
an incoming call/message or
alarm appears on the
display.
Note:
• When a call/message is received and a V-appli
set as the home screen is running, the App Priority
response activates regardless of setting.
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to App Priority
2
SELECT
3
g up or down
scroll to Incoming Call
4
CHANGE
open Incoming Call
5
g up or down
select Call Priority or App Priority
6
SELECT
set the priority
7
g up or down
scroll to Alarm
8
CHANGE
open Alarm
9
g up or down
10 SELECT
open App Priority
select Alarm Priority or App Priority
set the priority
• Phone action is originally set to Call Priority for calls
and Alarm Priority for the alarm.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > V-appli Set
V-appli
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17.7
Adjusting V-appli Volume
17.7 Adjusting V-appli Volume
17.7.2 V-appli Vibration Settings
Adjust the volume of V-appli sound effects and other
sounds.
You can set the vibration for V-appli.
Find the Feature
M
> Settings > V-appli Set
17.7.1 Setting V-appli Volume
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
M
> Settings > V-appli Set
To
scroll to App Volume
2
CHANGE
open App Volume
3
g up or down
select a volume
4
OK
set the volume
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V-appli
Press
1 g up or down
To
scroll to App Vibration
2
CHANGE
open App Vibration
3
g up or down
scroll to Off
4
SELECT
To activate, select On.
set the vibration
Setting the Display Backlight for V-appli
17.8 Setting the Display Backlight
for V-appli
Press
3 g up or down
You can set the display backlight for when V-appli is
running.
Option
On
Description
Illuminates backlight
constantly.
Off
Illuminates backlight when a
key is pressed.
17.8
To
scroll to On
Tip: To not illuminate
constantly, select Off.
4
SELECT
set the backlight
17.9 Resetting V-appli
Delete all V-appli stored in the V-appli library.
Note: Backlight is originally set to On.
Note: This deactivates a V-appli set as the home
screen.
Find the Feature
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
CHANGE
M
> Settings > V-appli Set
M
> Settings > V-appli Set
To
scroll to App Backlight
Press
1 g up or down
open App Backlight
2
SELECT
show the deletion
confirmation screen
3
YES
delete all V-appli
To
scroll to Delete all apps
V-appli
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17.10
Viewing Java™ Version and Available Memory
17.10 Viewing Java™ Version and
Available Memory
To view Java version information, or the amount of
phone memory available for V-appli:
Find the Feature
Press
1 g up or down
2
SELECT
M
To
scroll to Java System
show the Java version and
available memory
Description
Your phone’s connected
limited device configuration
version.
MIDP Version
Your phone’s mobile
information device profile
version.
V-appli
Description
Memory available for
application data (such as
game scores or application
settings), and for
downloaded graphics,
sounds, all camera photos,
and MMS messages.
Heap Size
Amount of runtime memory
available for V-appli.
> Settings > V-appli Set
Option
CLDC Version
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Option
Data Space (both Java
and non-Java data
space)
Troubleshooting
Check these questions first if you have problems with
your phone.
18Troubleshooting
Question
Is your battery
charged? Do you
see
in the
display?
Answer
The battery level indicator
should have at least one
segment showing (
). If it
does not, recharge your
battery.
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Question
Is the earpiece
volume too low?
Answer
While on a call, press the
upper volume key on the side
of your phone.
Is the other party
unable to hear
you?
Your phone may be muted.
Press the UNMUTE key if
necessary to unmute the
phone.
See page 25.
Do you have a
valid USIM card
inserted in your
phone?
If necessary, turn off your
phone and make sure that you
have inserted a valid USIM
card.
See page 22.
Does the handset
have a signal?
Do you see in
the display?
The signal strength indicator
should have at least one
segment showing ( ). If it
does not, move to an area with
a stronger signal to use your
phone.
Also, make sure that your
phone’s microphone is not
blocked by its carrying case or
a sticker.
Has the phone
been damaged,
dropped, or got
wet?
Was a nonMotorola battery
or battery
charger used?
Dropping your phone, getting
it wet, or using a non-Motorola
battery or battery charger can
damage the phone. The
phone’s limited warranty does
not cover liquid damage or
damage caused from using
non-Motorola accessories.
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Troubleshooting
The following refer to specific problems:
Problem
My phone was
stolen. To whom
should I report
this?
Solution
Report a stolen phone to the
police and to Vodafone
Customer Centre (see page
198).
I forgot my
password.
See page 84.
I pressed the
Power & End key,
but nothing
happened.
Be sure to press and hold F
(Power & End key) until the
display appears and you hear
an alert. This could take
several seconds. If nothing
happens, check that a
charged battery is installed.
See page 25.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
The display says:
Insert SIM Card or
Check SIM Card even
though I have
inserted my
USIM card in the
phone.
Solution
The USIM card may be
incorrectly inserted. Check the
USIM card to make sure that it
is inserted properly.
The display says:
SIM Blocked. How do
I unblock my
USIM card?
Call Vodafone Customer
Centre (see page 198) to
obtain the PIN unblocking key
(PUK) code.
See page 22.
See page 122.
The display says:
Enter Unlock Code. How
do I unlock my
phone?
Enter the factory-preset
unlock code (1234). If this fails,
call Vodafone Customer
Centre (See Page 198).
My phone asks
for an unlock
code when I try
to open a
feature.
The application you want is
locked.
If you do not know the unlock
code, see page 124.
Troubleshooting
Problem
My phone does
not ring.
Solution
If you see or
in the
display, then the ringer is
turned off.
18
Problem
I cannot make/
answer calls.
To change the ring style, see
page 88. Also, the ringer may
be set to Silent even though
your phone is set to an audible
ring style (see page 88).
I tried to place a
call and heard an
alternating high/
low tone.
Your call did not reach the
wireless system. You may
have dialled the number too
soon after turning the phone
on. Wait until the display
shows “Vodafone” before
making a call.
Solution
Make sure that you have a
phone signal (the signal
strength indicator should have
at least one segment
showing). Avoid electrical or
radio interference, and
obstructions such as bridges,
car parks, or tall buildings.
Also, check to be sure your
USIM card is installed and
working.
My phone has
poor reception
and drops calls.
Make sure you have a phone
signal (the signal strength
indicator should have at least
one segment showing). Stay
clear of any obstructions such
as bridges, car parks, or tall
buildings.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
I cannot hear
others on my
phone.
Solution
While on a call, press the
upper volume key. Your phone
display should show the
volume increasing.
Also, make sure that your
phone’s earpiece is not
blocked by its carrying case.
I cannot open my
Received
Message.
188
Before you can use SMS
messages, you must set up
the message inbox. Contact
Vodafone Customer Centre
(see page 198).
Troubleshooting
Problem
My phone will not
dial voicemail
commands,
passwords, or
other codes.
Solution
You must send PIN codes and
passwords as DTMF tones
while on a call. You can set
your phone’s DTMF tones to
be Long, Short, or Off. If you
have trouble sending
numbers, try changing the
DTMF setting.
1
From the home screen,
press: M > Settings
> Initial Setup > DTMF
2
Press g up or down to
scroll to Long or Short.
3
Press the SELECT key to
select it.
Troubleshooting
Problem
My phone’s
display is too
dark.
Solution
Use the Brightness feature to
change the brightness level in
your display (see page 87).
You can also use the Backlight
feature to change the length of
time that the display backlight
stays on (see page 87).
My battery didn’t
last as long as I
expected. What
can I do to
extend battery
life?
Your battery’s performance is
affected by charge time,
feature use, temperature
changes, backlight use, and
other factors.
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Problem
I am unable to
record a voice
name.
Solution
Try moving to a quieter
location to make your voice
recording. Hold the phone
about 4 inches
(10 centimetres) from your
mouth, and speak directly into
the phone in a normal tone of
voice.
For tips on extending battery
life, see page 23.
Troubleshooting
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Troubleshooting
Problem
I plugged the
data cable into
my phone but my
phone did not
beep. How do I
know if the data
cable is ready?
Solution
The beep indicates that you
are set up correctly. If you did
not hear a beep, make sure
that both ends of the data
cable are connected—the
smaller end to your phone and
the larger end to your
computer.
Also, your computer may have
deactivated the port to save
power. Try opening an
application that uses the port,
like a dial-up application, to
automatically activate the port.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
My phone
beeped when I
attached the
data cable, but
my data
applications do
not work.
Solution
Some wireless networks may
not support data transmission.
If you are roaming on an
unfamiliar network, this may
be the case.
Also, remember that data
transmission usually requires a
subscription. Call Vodafone
Customer Centre (see page
198) for more information.
Troubleshooting
Problem
When sending
data with the
data cable, why
does the
computer show a
connection rate
of 19200 Kbps?
Solution
19200 Kbps is the data
transfer rate of the connection
between your computer and
the phone in a standard Circuit
Switch Data (CSD)
connection. The rate of the
connection between your
phone and the network is
appears on your phone, and
will be either 14400 or 9600
Kbps.
Note: A GPRS or 3G
connection may have a higher
data transfer rate.
18
Problem
I can’t end my
data call by
closing the
application on
my computer.
What can I do?
Solution
Try pressing F on your
phone. Also try disconnecting
the cable or turning off the
phone. If possible, always
close the connection through
your computer. These
alternative methods may
disrupt the application on your
computer.
I launched the
browser but the
display says:
Network Not Available.
You may be in an area without
service, or you may be
connected to a network that
does not support Internet
access.
I launched the
browser but the
display says:
Server Not Responding.
Try again in a few minutes. The
servers may be temporarily
busy.
Troubleshooting
191
19
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
This model phone meets governmental requirements
for exposure to radio waves
19Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver.
It is designed and manufactured not to exceed limits
for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy. These
limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and
establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general
population. The guidelines are based on standards
that were developed by independent scientific
organisations through periodic and thorough
evaluation of scientific studies. The guidelines include
a substantial safety margin designed to assure the
safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a
unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. Under the guidelines for this
model, the SAR limit is 2.0 W/kg1 averaged over ten
grams of tissue. The value of the limit is equal to the
international guidelines recommended by ICNIRP.2
Although the SAR is determined at the highest
certified power level, the actual SAR of the phone
192
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
while operating can be well below the maximum
value. This is because the phone is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the
power required to reach the network. In general, the
closer you are to a base station, the lower the power
output of the phone.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the
public, it is tested to confirm compliance with the
guidelines. The tests are performed in positions that
conform to a uniform testing methodology
determined by an expert standards body. The highest
SAR value for this model phone when tested for use
at the ear is: 0.78 W/kg.3
While there may be differences between the SAR
levels of various phones and at various positions, they
all meet the governmental requirements for safe
exposure. Please note that improvements to this
product model could cause differences in the SAR
value for later products; in all cases, products are
designed to be within the guidelines.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
19
For additional information on Specific Absorption
Rate, refer to the websites listed below.
The Radio Use Website
(Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications):
http://www.tele.soumu.go.jp/e/index.htm
Association of Radio Industries and Businesses:
http://www.arib.or.jp/english/index.html
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection:
http://www.icnirp.de
1
2
3
The technical regulation is provided in Article 14-2 of
the Ministry Ordinance Regulating Radio Equipment.
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection
Additional related information includes the Motorola
testing protocol, assessment procedure, and
measurement uncertainty range for this product.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
193
20
Pictographs
20Pictographs
194
Pictographs
Pictographs
20
Note:
• Pictographs enclosed with
are animations.
• Some mobile phones may not display pictographs correctly.
Pictographs
195
21
Specifications
Due to changes in specifications some information may be slightly different.
21Specifications
702MO
Continuous Call Time
Approximately 130 minutes
(W-CDMA)*1
Continuous Standby Time
Approximately 220 hours
(W-CDMA)*2
Dimensions (WxHxD)
Approximately 49x94x27mm (when closed, not including
antenna or protruding parts)
Handset Weight
Approximately 139 g
*1
Continuous Call Time is an average measured with a new, fully-charged battery, maximum power sending
set, and normal signal reception.
*2
Continuous Standby Time is an average measured with a new, fully-charged battery and normal signal
reception without calls or operations. Standby Time may decrease to less than half with a weak signal
(indoors, driving, or in a purse, etc.) or out of service area in Standby. Standby Time may also vary due to
battery level or temperature.
• Continuous Call Time and Continuous Standby Time may decrease if display backlight is used frequently
(when using Vodafone live! etc.).
196
Specifications
Warranty and After-sales Services
22
Warranty
After-sales Services
A warranty card is included with your phone at the
time of purchase.
Refer to “Troubleshooting” (see page 185) before
requesting repairs.
22Warranty and After-sales Services
• Check that the retailer and date of purchase are
filled in on the warranty card.
If the problem persists, contact your local Vodafone
Customer Centre (see page 198) or Vodafone shop.
• Read the warranty card carefully and keep in a
safe place.
Be prepared to explain the problem in detail.
• The warranty period is written on the card.
Vodafone cannot accept responsibility for damages
caused to you or another party as a result of
malfunction, phone trouble, etc.
• During the warranty period, your phone will be
repaired according to the conditions written on
your warranty card.
• After the warranty period has expired, repairs
that can restore functionality to your phone will
be carried out upon request for a charge.
Warranty and After-sales Services
197
23
Customer Service
If you have questions about Vodafone handsets or services, please call General Information. For loss or repairs,
please contact Vodafone Customer Centre.
23Customer Service
Vodafone Customer Centres
Dial toll free 157 from a Vodafone handset for General Information
Dial toll free 113 from a Vodafone handset for Vodafone Customer Centre
Call these numbers toll free from landlines.
Subscription Area
Hokkaido, Aomori, Akita, Iwate, Yamagata, Miyagi, Fukushima,
Niigata, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, Saitama, Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma,
Yamanashi, Nagano, Toyama, Ishikawa, Fukui
Aichi, Gifu, Mie, Shizuoka
Osaka, Hyogo, Kyoto, Nara, Shiga, Wakayama
Hiroshima, Okayama, Yamaguchi, Tottori, Shimane
Tokushima, Kagawa, Ehime, Kochi
Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Oita, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Kagoshima,
Okinawa
198
Customer Service
General Information
0088-240-157
Vodafone Customer Centre
0088-240-113
General Information
0088-241-157
Vodafone Customer Centre
0088-241-113
General Information
0088-242-157
Vodafone Customer Centre
0088-242-113
General Information
0088-259-157
Vodafone Customer Centre
0088-259-113
General Information
0088-247-157
Vodafone Customer Centre
0088-247-113
General Information
0088-250-157
Vodafone Customer Centre
0088-250-113
Index
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24Index
A
accessories 117, 120
accessory connector port 27
alarm clock 107
alert
defined 85
setting 34, 36, 63, 85, 88
turning off 34, 85, 94
animation
downloading 169
managing 72
pictographs 194
screen saver 73, 86
wallpaper 73, 86
answer
automatic 116
options 85
while composing a message 139
while downloading 171
answering a call 35, 85
application
using during a call 116
V-appli. See V-appli
application, locking and unlocking
124
appointments. See calendar
B
backlight 87, 183
barring calls 112
battery
charging 25
extending battery life 23, 86, 87
installing 24
level indicator 29, 30
meter 120
brightness, setting 87
browser
bookmark 173
history 175
menu 168
mobile Internet site. See mobile
Internet site
my saved page 172
V-appli 179
C
calculator 109
calendar 103
alarm clock 107
new event, creating 105
reminders 89, 105, 107
using 103
call
alert, changing volume 36
alert, setting 88
alert, turning off 34, 94
answer options 85
answering 35
automatic answer 116
barring 112
call waiting 100
conference call 110
dialled calls list 95
dialling 35
diverting 111
drop alert, setting 120
ending 35, 77
handsfree speaker 82, 115
Index
199
24
Index
hold 100
international access code 95
language 34
making 35
making, from the mobile Internet
site 168
received calls list 95
receiving 35
ring style 34, 85
speakerphone 115
timing (call timer) 114
transferring 100
unanswered call 97
voice dial. See voice dial
call barring password, changing
126
call timers 114
call waiting 100
caller ID 51, 59, 72, 74, 94
hide/show 96
calling line identification. See caller
ID
camera 102
recording video clips 74
200
Index
taking a photo 70
camera key 27
car, setting 116
centre access code 125
clock
setting 85
codes
centre access code. See centre
access code
changing 83
default 83, 84
forgetting 84
PIN, PIN2 code. See PIN code
private entries code. See private
entries code
security code. See security code
unlock code. See unlock code
computer
connecting to phone 120
conference call 110
currency converter 110
customising the menu 90
D
data call
connecting to external device
120
making 117
receiving 118
date, setting 85
delivery report 149
dialled calls list 95
dialling a number 35
display
backlight 87
brightness 87
description 80
external 27, 29, 82
greeting 89
home screen 80
language 34
personalising 89
timeout 87
V-appli backlight 183
diverting calls 35, 111
Index
DTMF tones
activating 113, 188
defined 113
sending 113
E
earpiece volume 34
emoticon 44
end key 27
ending a call 35, 77
Enter Unlock Code message 84
event alert 85, 88
exchange rate, calculating 110
external device, connecting 120
external display 29, 82
F
5-way navigation key 27
G
games 130
See also V-appli
GPRS indicator 28, 30, 128
24
greeting 89
H
handsfree speaker 82
handsfree use 115
headphone connector 27
hold a call 100
home keys, personalising 89
home screen
defined 80
V-appli 180
I
incoming call
answering 35
diverting 111
Incoming Call message 94
indicators
battery level 29
GPRS 28, 30, 128
message 29, 30
message waiting 133
ring style 29
roam 28
signal strength 28
text entry mode 37
transmission 28
voicemail message 29, 30
international access code 95
international call 95
K
key
camera 27
clear/back 27
end 27
5-way navigation 27
left soft key 27, 80
menu 27
power 27
right soft key 27, 80
select 27
smart 27
video call 27
voice call 27
volume 27
Index
201
24
Index
keypad
answering calls 85
volume, setting 89
L
language, setting 34
left soft key
functions 27, 80
lock
application 124
phone 83
USIM card 122
Low Battery message 29
M
making a call 35
master clear 91
master reset 91
memory available 184
Phone Book 56
pictures 71, 74
video clips 75, 77
memory card 23
202
Index
menu
icons, changing in idle display
89
icons, converting to text 90
language, setting 34
personalising 90
scroll 91
using 81
view, changing 90
wrap around 91
menu key 27
message
checking 133
deleting 156
locking 155
MMS, defined 129
MMS, setting 161
options 147
receiving 133, 134
reminders 89
sending 136
status 154
message indicator 29, 30
message waiting indicator 133
Missed Calls message 97
MMS template 139
mobile Internet site
access 165
bookmarks 173
cache, resetting 176
cookies, clearing 176
Java 184
operations 167
URL 168
viewing the URL 177
multimedia letter 133
multimedia message
receiving 133
sending 136
my telephone number 33, 36
N
n character 53
network settings 118
notepad 97
number
storing in Phone Book 50
Index
viewing your number 33, 36
numbers, entering 44
O
1-touch dial
using 98
open to answer 85
P
passwords. See codes
pause character 53
phone
alert, setting 88
alert, turning off 34, 94
answer options 85
clear stored information 91
codes 83
connecting to external device
120
date, setting 85
feature specifications 120
keypad, answering calls 85
locking 83
24
network settings 118
open to answer 35
reset all options 91
ring style 34, 85
security code 83, 124
specifications 120
time, setting 85
turning on 34
unlock code 83
unlocking 34, 83
Phone Book
attaching a number 97
capacity, checking 56
category views 61
copying entries 66
dialling a number 64
editing an entry 68
e-mail address, storing 53
entry details 51
entry items 50
number, storing 51
1-touch dial 98
picture ID 51, 59, 72, 74, 94
primary number, setting 60
private 51
ringer ID 51, 58, 61, 63, 88
sorting entries 66
speed dial number 50, 98
storing an entry 51
synchronising 117
voice name, recording 56
phone number
attaching a number 97
international access code 95
redialling 94
storing in Phone Book 50
viewing your number 33, 36
photo
managing 72
picture ID 71, 73, 94
screen saver 73, 86
sending 70
taking 70
wallpaper 73, 86
pictographs (E-Moji) 38, 44
list 194
picture
downloading 169
Index
203
24
Index
managing 72
screen saver 73, 86
wallpaper 73, 86
picture ID 71, 73, 94
PIN code
changing 83
defined 122
entering 122
unblocking 122
PIN2 code
changing 83
unblocking 123
power key 27
predictive text entry 46
priority 149, 181
private entries 125
private entries code 125
PUK code 122
PUK2 code 123
R
Q
screen saver 73, 86
scroll, menu 91
security code
changing 83, 124
quick notes 163
204
Index
rapid charger 25
received calls list 95
recent calls 95
redial 94
reminders
calendar 105, 107
turning on/off 89
right soft key
functions 27, 80
ring style indicators 29
ring style, setting 34, 85
ringer ID
setting 61
turning on/off 88
ringer volume, setting 34, 89
roam indicator 28
S
default 83, 124
sending
message 136
shortcuts 33, 92
signal strength indicator 28
silent alert, setting 34, 85, 88
SIM application 121
SIM Blocked message 34, 122, 123
SIM card. See USIM card
SIM Disabled message 122
SMS. See message
soft keys
functions 80
illustration 21, 26
sound
downloading 171
Speaker On message 82
speaker volume 34
speakerphone
activating 115
speed dial 98
number, setting 50
sorting Phone Book entries 66
standby time, increasing 87
Index
stereo earphone microphone 27,
115, 116
automatic answer 116
symbol chart 38
symbols, entering 37, 44
synchronising data 117
T
telephone number
storing in Phone Book 51
viewing your number 33, 36
text
character chart 38
entering 41
entry mode, setup 37
numeric mode 37, 44
symbol chart 38
symbol mode 44
text entry mode
setup 37
text entry mode indicator 37
time, setting 85
timers 114
24
transfer a call 100
TransFlash 23
transmission indicator 28
U
unblocking the USIM card 122
Universal IC Card 22
unlock
application 124
phone 83
unlock code
bypassing 84
changing 83
default 83, 84
entering 34
USIM applications 121
USIM card
applications 121
defined 22
installing 22
locking 122
PIN code entry 34
PIN code, changing 83
PIN2 code, changing 83
precautions 22
SIM Blocked message 34, 122, 123
SIM Disabled message 122
unblocking 122
USIM PIN code
changing 83
defined 122
entering 122
unblocking 122
USIM PIN2 code
changing 83
unblocking 123
V
V-appli
display backlight 183
home screen, setting 180
priority, setting 181
resetting 183
volume 182
vibrate alert
setting 34, 85, 88
Index
205
24
Index
turning off 34, 94
video call 77
video clip
recording 74, 76
Vodafone live!
defined 128
picture 169
sound file 171
using 128
video clip 170
Web sessions 165
voice dial
dialling a number 64
dialling from stereo earphone
microphone 116
voice key
illustration 26
voice name
dialling 64
recording 56
voicemail 98
voicemail message indicator 29, 30
volume
earpiece 34
206
Index
keypad 89
ringer 34, 89
speaker 34
volume keys 27, 34
W
wait character 53
wallpaper 73, 86
Web
pages. See mobile Internet site
resetting 176
sessions 165