ASUS Z801
User Manual
Contents
Preface
Welcome
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Getting started
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Package contents
Overview
Specifications
Menu Map
Front view (flip open)
Function keys
Front view
Rear/Left view
Inserting the SIM card,
microSD™ card, and battery
Removting the SIM card,
microSD™ card, and battery
Charging the battery
Turning the phone on/off
Standby mode
Using the menu
Text entry
Transferring files to a computer
Upgrading the firmware
Calls
Making a call
Answering a call
Answer mode
Rejecting an incoming call
Diverting a call
Redialing a number
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Call logs
Call Time/Cost
SMS Counter
GPRS Counter
Options during a call
Other call options
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Contacts
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Messages 28
Profiles
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Settings
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Adding contacts
Searching for a contact
Shortcut to contact entries
Copying contacts
Deleting contacts
Caller Group
Extra Number
Contacts settings
Unified Inbox
SMS
MMS
Chatting Rooms
Email
Voice Mail Cell Broadcast
Profile settings
Phone Settings
Display Settings
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Contents
Tone Settings
Call Settings
Network Settings
Bluetooth Settings
Security Settings
Factory Settings
Camera
Taking photos
Viewing and managing photos
Photo capture settings
Recording videos
Viewing and managing videos
Video capture settings
QR Code Decoder
My Secret Album/My Secret Video
Photo Artist
Media Center
Audio Player
FM Radio
Java File Manager
Viewing drive contents
Organizer
Alarm
Power On/Off Timer
Calendar
Tasks List
Calculator
World Clock
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Voice Recorder
AB Repeater
Schedule FM Record
Stopwatch
Countdown
Units Converter
Currency Converter
Health
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Network
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Handset Manager
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SIM Tool Kit
WAP
Data Account
Installing the Handset Manager
Starting the Handset Manager Main Panel
Navigating the Handset
Manager Tools
Music Manager
Important notes
Appendix
Additional Information
European Notice
Certification Information (SAR)
Proper Disposal
Safety Warnings
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Preface
Congratulations on your purchase of an ASUS Z801 mobile phone. Read this manual carefully and
keep it in a safe place for future reference.
About this manual
Every effort has been made to ensure that the contents of this manual are correct and up to date.
However, the manufacturer makes no guarantee regarding the accuracy of the contents, and
reserves the right to make changes without notice.
Copyright statement
No part of this manual, including the products and software described within, may be reproduced,
transmitted, transcribed, stored in a retrieval system, or translated into any language in any form or
by any means, without the express written permission of ASUSTeK COMPUTER, INC. (“ASUS”).
Product names mentioned in this manual are for identification purposes only, and these names may
be the registered trademark or copyright of some other companies.
Copyright© ASUS 2006
Welcome
Congratulations on your purchase of an ASUS Z801 cell phone. The following illustration displays
the package contents of your new phone.
Welcome
Package contents
Travel charger
Z801 handset
User
Man
ual
User manual
Desktop charger
Quic
k Sta
750 mAh Li-ion
battery x2
Stereo headset
USB cable
rt Gu
ide
Quick start guide
Handset Manager
CD-ROM
Warranty card
Overview
The Z801 is a stylish and fashionable new phone from ASUS, with all the functions and utilities
to make it a useful tool in today’s mobile world. The Z801 comes equipped with a built-in camera,
MMS/SMS messaging capability, organizer, Java games, audio player, Bluetooth capability,
WAP, GPRS, and a microSD™ card slot. In addition to the internal 64 MB phone memory, the
microSD™ card* provides additional memory where you can store your graphics, and audio files.
The Z801’s audio player enables you to play back your favorite music. To enjoy powerful media file
management with ease, avail of the Music Manager’s advanced features and functions. The Z801
features a voice recognition program that allows you to perform verbal commands to the phone,
such as call, find a contact, open a shortcut, and others.
Features
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Wide variety of calling and messaging functions
Built-in camera
Media center with audio player and games for your entertainment
MMS and SMS messaging capability
Personal information organizer with alarm, calendar, calculator and other useful tools to
manage your time
• WAP and GPRS capability to check e-mail or browse web services
• Bluetooth capability
• Voice recognition
* Note: The microSD™ card is an optional accessory. The accessory bundle may vary in different territories.
Specifications
Triband GSM900/1800/1900; GPRS Class 10
Dimensions
92 (L) x 46 (W) 23.5 (T) mm
Weight
110g
Battery
750 mAh Li-ion
Standby time
200 ~ 300 hours*
Talk time
2 ~ 5 hours*
Main display
2” TFT, 262 K colors, 240 x 320 pixels
Sub Display
1” TFT, 262 K colors, 128 x 128 pixels
Phonebook
1,000 sets
Messaging
Supports SMS, EMS, MMS, Email
Camera
2 Megapixel / CMOS
Video recording
Records an unlimited number of files, depending on internal and exernal memory status
Supports MPEG4 video recording
Ringtone
64 chord polyphonic ring tones
Supports MP3 / AAC / AMR / WAV
Voice recording
Records an unlimited number of files, depending on internal and external memory status
Memory
64 MB internal memory and microSD™ external slot
Java
Supports MIDP 2.0
Games
3 Java games
Connectivity
USB 1.1 support
Bluetooth 1.2 (Supports GAP, SDP, HSP, HFP, SPP, DUN, OPP profiles)
WAP
WAP 2.0
Other Features
MP3 Music Player / FM Radio
Supports H.263 / MPEG4 (3GP) video format and MP3 / AAC / WAV / AMR ring tones
Flight mode
Supports bluetooth data transfer, handfree, stereo headset, QR code
Voice recognition technology
Welcome
System supported
NoteS:
• *Talk and standby times may vary depending on network configuration, signal strength, operating environment, features selected,
and voice, data, and other application usage.
• All specifications are subject to change without notice.
Menu Map
Network
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WAP
Data Account
Messages
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Unified Inbox
SMS
MMS
Chatting Rooms
Email
Voice Mail
Cell Broadcast
Profiles
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Normal
Meeting
Outdoor
Indoor
Headset
Bluetooth
Settings
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Phone Settings
• Date / Time
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• Language
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LED
• Firmware Version
n Display Settings
• Themes
• Main Wallpaper
• Sub Wallpaper
• Power On Animation
• Power Off Animation
• Idle Screen
• Clean Wallpaper
• Brightness
• Backlight Timer
• Sleep Timer
n Tone Settings
• Incoming Ringtone
• Power On
• Power Off
• Flip Open
• Flip Close
• Message Tone
• Key Tone
n Call Settings
• Hide My No.
• Call Waiting
• Call Forwarding
• Call Barring
• Line Switching
• Effect
• LED Highlight
• Frame
• Capture Timer
• Shooting Mode
• Storage
• Advance Settings
n Video Recorder
• My Video
• Effect
• Record Audio
• LED Highlight
• Storage
• Advance
n QR Code Decoder
n My Album
n My Video
n My Secret Album
n My Secret Video
n Photo Artist
Media Center
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Camera
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Capture
• My Album
• Image Size
Welcome
• Call Time Reminder
• Call Time Display
• Auto Redial
• Closed User Group
• Call Filter
n Network Settings
• Network Selection
• Preferred Networks
• GPRS Connection
n Bluetooth Settings
• Power on Bluetooth
• Search New Device
• My Device
• Active Device
• Settings
• About
n Security Settings
• SIM Lock
• Phone Lock Code
• Auto Keypad Lock
• Fixed Dial
• Barred Dial
• Change Password
n Factory Settings
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Audio Player
FM Radio
MP3 Equalizer Settings
Java
Java Settings
File Manager
Organizer
Alarm
n Power On/off Timer
n Calendar
n Tasks List
n Calculator
• Basic
• Scientific
n World Clock
n Voice Recorder
n AB Repeater
n Schedule FM Record
n Stopwatch
• Typical
• nWay
n Countdown
n Units Converter
n Currency Converter
n Health
• Calculate BMI
• Menstrual
• Caller Group
• Extra number
- My Phone Number
- Service Number
- SOS Number
• Memory Status
• Default Storage
• Fields
• My vCard
• Speed Dial
• Pasword Protection
• Caller Video
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Calls
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Contacts
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Quick Find
Search Entry
Add
Copy All
Delete All
Settings
Missed Calls
Dialed Calls
Received Calls
Delete Call Log
Call Time
Call Cost
SMS Counter
GPRS Counter
Getting started
Earpiece
Main screen
Getting started
Front view (flip open)
Navigation/Quicklaunch keys
Left soft key
Right soft key
Enter key
Call key
Power/End key
Alphanumeric keypad
Headset port
Charger/Mini-USB socket
Note: Refer to the next page for function key descriptions.
Function keys
The following table lists the phone keys and their functions.
Power/End key
• Hold to turn the phone on or off.
• Press to stop an incoming call or
cancel a call you are dialing.
• Press to return to the standby
mode.
• Press to erase the screen texts.
Call key
• Press to dial or answer calls.
• Press to display the call logs or to
redial the last number called.
Left soft key
• Press to display the main menu
when on standby mode.
• Press to confirm selection of a
menu item.
• Press to perform the function
currently displayed on the lower
left corner of the screen.
Right soft key
• Press to view contacts when the
phone is in standby mode.
• Long-press to launch voice
command in standby mode.
• Press to perform the function
currently displayed on the lower
right corner of the screen.
• Press to enable the loudspeaker
when dialing or during a call.
Up navigation/quicklaunch key
• Press to scroll up through menu
items.
• Press to enter Unified Inbox
menu.
Down navigation/quicklaunch key
• Press to scroll down through
menu items.
• Press to enter Shortcut List menu.
Left navigation/quicklaunch key
• Press to scroll left through menu
items.
• Press to enter Camera menu.
Right navigation/quicklaunch key
• Press to scroll right through menu
items.
• Press to enter Media Center
menu.
Enter key
• Press to display the main menu
when the phone is in standby
mode.
• Press to confirm selection of a
menu item.
Front view
Inserting the SIM card,
microSD™ card, and battery
Loudspeaker
Camera lens
Sub screen
When you register with a service provider, you
receive a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM)
card. Your phone must have a SIM card in order
to make calls. The SIM card is a computer chip
that contains your phone number, phonebook
information, and service provider information.
Handle it with care and do not bend it or expose
it to static electricity or dirt. Be sure the power
to your phone is off before you insert your SIM
card.
Getting started
Flash
The SIM card and the microSD™ card slots are
situated underneath the battery.
Rear/Left view
1. Slide the cover in the
direction of the arrow.
Lift and set it aside.
Capture button
Captures photos
Volumn key
Increases or decreases
the volumn for calls or
ring tones
Battery cover
2. Insert the SIM card
and slide it into the
holder until it fits. The
gold contacts of the
SIM card should face
down and the notched
edge should be on the
top left corner.
3. Insert the microSD™
card and slide it into
the holder until it fits.
The gold contacts of
the card should face
down with the notched
edge on the left side.
4. Place the battery
into the battery
compartment noting
the correct polarity.
Carefully press down
the battery until it
snaps in place.
Caution:
• Use only the battery recommended by the manufacturer.
Using an incompatible battery with the phone may cause risk
of an explosion.
• Dispose of the used batteries according to the
manufacturer’s instructions, or ask your local authorities for
assistance.
5. Replace the back
cover, sliding it
upward until it snaps
in place.
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Removing the SIM card,
microSD™ card, and battery
1. Slide the cover in the
direction of the arrow.
Lift and set it aside.
2. Pull the protruding
film on top of the
battery in the
direction of the
arrow, then carefully
lift the battery out of
its compartment.
Note: Be careful when using the protruding film on the battery.
Incorrect usage may damage/tear the protruding film
3. Use your fingertip to
slide the SIM card
out of the holder in
the direction of the
arrow.
4. Refer to step 3
to remove the
microSD™ card.
Low battery indicators
It takes a few hours to fully charge a battery
for the first time. For best battery performance,
allow the battery to charge and discharge
completely the first few times you use it.
The battery indicator on the upper right corner
of the screen indicates how much charge
remains in the battery. When the battery is low,
the phone will beep and the message “battery
low” will appear on the screen.
1. Connect the charger
plug to a power outlet.
2. Connect the charger to
the socket at the bottom
of the phone. The
connector can only be
inserted one way.
Caution:
• Use only the batteries and chargers approved by ASUS or
else damage may occur to the mobile phone.
• You can also charge the battery by connecting the phone to
a computer using the supplied USB cable.
In charging
When the phone is turned on, the animation on
the upper right corner of the screen will indicate
the charging progress. The phone is workable
when the battery is charged, but it may take
twice the time to fully charge the battery.
Note: If the battery has been deeply discharged, it may take
the battery level indicator several minutes to display.
Turning the phone on/off
To turn the phone on:
• Flip open the phone.
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Hold down the power/end
key until
the screen lights up.
If needed, enter your SIM card PIN code
and press the Enter key.
Getting started
Charging the battery
To turn the phone off:
• Press the power/end
key and hold
until the phone shuts down.
Note: If you set an alarm using the Organizer menu, then turn
off the phone, the phone will turn itself on when the alarm is
activated. After you disable the alarm, the phone prompts you if
you want to keep the phone turned on or off. See the Organizer
section for details about setting an alarm.
When the phone is turned off, the animation will
appear on the screen to indicate the charging
progress. The phone can be turned on for use
when the battery is charged.
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Standby mode
When your phone is on, but not in use, it is in
standby mode. During standby mode, the upper
part of the display screen shows various icons.
The time and date are displayed at the lower
center of the screen. Under the date and time
are Menu on the left corner and Names on the
right corner. Press the left soft key
to view
the main menu, and the right soft key to view
the phone book.
The Standby screen icons and their
descriptions are as follows:
Vertical bars indicate the strength of
the GSM network signal. Four bars
indicate that your current position has
the best reception.
Indicates a missed call.
Alarm has been set.
A text message has been received.
A multimedia message has been
received.
An email has been received.
A WAP message has been received.
Phone is in roaming mode.
Chatting rooms are enabled.
Phone is using GPRS network.
Ignored list is enabled.
Priviledged call is enabled.
Call divert is enabled.
Indicates battery charge status.
Ringtone is enabled.
Bluetooth is enabled.
Ringtone and vibrate mode are
enabled.
Ringtone and vibrate mode are
disabled.
Vibrate mode is enabled.
Mute mode is enabled.
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Keypad is locked.
Using the menu
For example, to view missed calls:
1. Use the navigation keys to select Calls
from the main menu.
2. Press the left soft key
or the enter
key to confirm the selection. The Calls
submenu opens.
Network: Enables you to specify the
WAP and data settings and set up
GSM and GPRS settings. Enables
access to the internet and STK SIM
card services.
Messages: Allows you to access,
write, send, receive, and organize
text (SMS), multimedia (MMS),
and email messages. You can also
check email, chat, and broadcast a
message using this menu.
Profiles: Enables you to select and
customize the phone settings
including the ring tone, volume, ring
type, and answer mode.
Settings: Lets you adjust phone
settings, display settings, tone
settings, call settings, network
settings, Bluetooth settings, and
security settings. You can also
restore all settings to their factory
default from this menu.
Camera: Enables you to take
pictures as well as record video with
your phone and organize them. You
can also edit images from this menu.
Getting started
To view the main menu, go to standby mode,
then press the left soft key
or enter key.
Follow these tips to navigate through the menu
and menu options.
• Use the up, down, left, and right
navigation keys to move through the
various menu items.
• The upper part of the screen displays the
name of the menu item currently selected
while the lower right corner displays
Back. Press the left soft key
or the
enter key to select the menu item. Press
the right soft key under Back to exit
the menu.
• Below each menu item is a small
number. You can also select the menu
item by pressing the corresponding
number on the keypad.
• To quickly exit from the menu, press the
power/end
key.
• Use the navigation keys to select the
submenu items and options. You can
also use the left soft key
or the enter
key to open various options in some
submenus.
3. Press the left soft key
or the enter key
to select the Missed Calls option. A list of
missed calls opens.
The following table provides a list of all the
main menu items:
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Media Center: Consists of an audio
player, FM radio, and games. You
can manage all your data using a file
manager
Organizer: Contains useful tools
such as an alarm, a calendar for
scheduling appointments, a to‑do‑list,
a stopwatch, a countdown function,
and a calculator. You can also record
memos and radio programs, enable a
language-learning tool, convert units
or currency, and manage your health.
Contacts: Enables you to manage
names and telephone numbers for
easy access and caller recognition.
Calls: Stores information about calls
made, received, and missed. You can
also track call costs, SMS sent and
received, and GPRS usage from this
menu.
Note: Some menu services are network-dependent/
subscribed. Contact your provider for details on how to avail of
these services.
Text entry
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When you add names to your phone book,
send a text message, or use your WAP
browser, you need to enter text. Your cell phone
has several text entry methods. You can enter
letters individually or with predictive text entry,
which helps you complete words as you enter
them. You can enter letters in upper case, lower
case, or both, or insert symbols.
Basics
• Use the alphanumeric keypad to enter
letters and numbers. Each key is
assigned multiple characters.
• Press the right soft key to select Clear
on the lower right corner of the screen to
delete a letter if you make a mistake.
• To enter spaces or symbols, press the
key. The symbol table is displayed.
Use the navigation keys to highlight a
symbol and press the enter key to select
it. The
character represents a space.
You may also enter a space by pressing
the right navigation key or the
key.
• The character case is indicated by ABC
(upper case), Abc (upper-lower case),
and abc (lower case). Press * to change
the character case.
Key
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Assigned characters
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ABC2
DEF3
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MNO6
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TUV8
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Choosing text entry methods
ABC input
ABC input enables you to enter individual
letters one by one. This is ideal for adding a
phonebook entry or entering a WAP address.
When you press a key, the characters assigned
to the key appear on the screen. Press the key
repeatedly to scroll through these characters.
Pause for a moment and the selected letter
appears on the screen. For practice, try creating
a text message (SMS) as follows:
From the menu, go to Messages > SMS >
Write Message. Before entering text, press
Options > Input Method, and select ABC
Input.
To enter the words “my phone” into the text
entry area, follow these steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Press 6 to select m.
Press 9 three times to select y.
Press 0 followed by OK to enter a space.
Press 7 to enter p, then press 4 twice to
enter h. Continue in this fashion until the
word “phone” is entered.
Smart Abc
Smart Abc is a predictive text entry method,
which uses a built-in dictionary to predict the
word you are typing. You can choose the
correct word by pressing the keys repetitively
and scrolling through the words suggested
by the phone. By reducing the number of
keystrokes, the smart Abc helps some users to
type messages more quickly.
Whenever you press a key, a list of possible
characters or character combinations is
created. To enter text, use the up and
down navigation keys to find the character
combination you want. Press the right
navigation key or # key to proceed entering the
next character. If you make a mistake, press
Clear.
Getting started
From any text entry screen, such as a text
message window, select Options > Input
Method.
Here is an example of how to enter the word
“baby” using smart text entry.
1. Press 2. The letter a appears on the
screen.
2. Press 2 again quickly to go to the next
suggestion which is ba. If you press the
up/down navigation keys, the phone
scrolls through all possible two-letter
combinations of the letters a, b, and c.
3. Press 2 again quickly to display threeletter combinations of the letters a, b, and
c.
4. Press the up/down navigation keys to
scroll through the possible words. When
you see the “bab” combination, press
the right navigation key to proceed to the
next letter.
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5. Press 9 and the letter x appears. Tap the
up/down touchpad keys to scroll through
letter options and select “y.”
Note: For smart text entry to work properly, ensure the
language settings in your phone match the language you want
to type in. To set the language, go to Settings > Phone Settings
> Language.
Numeric text entry
Numeric text entry allows you to create a
text message composed of numbers. To use
this method, select Options > Input Method
> Numeric. Now you can directly input the
numbers using the keypad.
Symbols text entry
With this method, you can enter various types
of symbols. Select Options > Input Method >
Insert Symbols. A list of symbols is displayed.
Use the navigation keys to select the desired
symbol and press OK when done.
Switch text input method
Select Options > Input Method, or long press *
key in full screen editor.
Transferring files to a
computer
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Connect the mobile phone to a computer using
the supplied USB cable. The Mass Storage
window appears. Press OK to continue. The
phone shuts down.
The phone memory appears on your computer
as a removable disk. If the microSD™ card is
installed in the phone, it also appears on the
computer as a removable disk.
You can transfer files between the computer
and the phone using a file viewer, such as
Windows® Explorer or My Documents.
For increased functionality, including tools for
creating and editing messages, images, music,
and more, use the Handset Manager software
included in your package.
For more information, refer to the Handset
Manager section of this user guide.
Upgrading the firmware
To upgrade the firmware version:
1. Turn off the handset and disconnect the
USB cable.
2. Visit the ASUS website (www.asus.
com) for the latest firmware version.
In the General Download section,
click Search. A list of download items
appears. Download the firmware to your
PC. Execute the file, then click Upgrade.
3. Plug one end of the USB cable to the PC.
Press
key on the handset, then plug
the other end of the cable to the miniUSB socket on the handset. The upgrade
program will automatically detect the
COM port and execute itself.
4. When the message “Burning finished”
appears, click Exit.
NOTE:
• Make sure the battery has sufficient charge before executing
the firmware upgrade.
• Do not interrupt the upgrade procedure. If the procedure
terminates for any reason, remove the battery and reinsert it,
then restart the fireware upgrade.
• The upgrade program is supported by Windows® 2000/XP.
Getting started
5. After installing the latest firmware
version, go to Settings > Factory
Settings to restore all settings to factory
default in order to activate the latest
WAP/MMS settings.
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Calls
Making a call
Answering a call
To place a call:
1. Enter the number you want to dial using
the keypad. If you make a mistake, select
Clear to delete at any time. The right soft
key is just under the word Clear on the
lower right screen; select this key to clear
a number.
To cancel the call and return to standby
mode, press the power/end
key.
2. Press the call
key to connect the
call after you finish dialing the number.
To enable the loudspeaker, select H-Free
on the lower right corner of the screen by
pressing the right soft key .
3. Press the power/end
key to
disconnect the call.
When you receive a call, the phone alerts
you by sounding the ring tone and vibration
according to the specified ring tone and
vibration settings. To answer the call, do the
following:
1. Flip open the phone to answer the call.
2. Press the power/end
key to end the
call and disconnect.
Making international calls
To make an international call:
1. Enter a + by holding down the * key.
2. Enter the international access code for
the country you want to dial, followed by
the area code and the telephone number.
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You may also select Options > Answer to
answer the call.
Answer mode
The default setting for the handset is to answer
when you flip open the phone. However, you
can also set the phone to pick up by pressing
any key. To answer a call by pressing any
key, select Profiles from the main menu, then
choose the profile setting you want.
For example, select Normal, then choose
Options > Personalize > Answer Mode >
Any Key. Press the enter key to check the Any
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The left soft key
is just under the
word Save on the lower left screen; select this
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to enable the setting.
Rejecting an incoming call
Diverting a call
To divert an incoming call to another number:
1. When you receive the call, press
Options and then select the Deflect
item.
2. Use the keypad to enter the phone
number to which you want to divert, or
select Search using the left soft key
then browse through the phone book to
select a number.
3. Press OK when done.
Redialing a number
The phone provides a quick method to redial a
previously dialed number.
To redial a number:
1. On standby mode, press the call
key. The Call logs screen appears,
displaying a list of previously dialed
numbers. The last number dialed is on
top of the list.
2. Select the number you want to dial,
then press the call
key to dial the
number.
Call logs
Call logs consist of information about missed,
dialed, and received calls. To view lists of
missed, dialed calls or received calls, select
Calls from the main menu. Then select Missed
Calls, Dialed Calls, or Received Calls to view
the type of calls you require. The number of
calls in a list is limited to 20 entries. Older
calls are dropped from the list when the limit is
reached. Most recent calls appear first in a list.
Calls
To reject an incoming call, press the power/end
key; or, press the right soft key twice to
select the Reject option. Depending on your
service provider, the caller may be transferred
to your voice mail or hear a busy signal.
You can also access dialed numbers from Calls
> Dialed Calls.
You may also view call logs by pressing the call
key when the phone is on standby mode.
Returning a missed call
If you have missed a call, a message appears
on your standby screen to tell you a call was
missed. Select Read to see the most recent
missed calls.
To view a complete list of missed calls:
1. Select Calls > Missed Calls.
2. Scroll through the list and select the
desired call. Press the call
key to
call the number.
To view additional information, select a missed
call number from the list, then press the enter
key. You will see the date, time, caller’s name
and phone number, and the number of times
the call was received is displayed. To call
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the number, press the call
Options > Dial.
key or select
To dial a number from the received or dialed call
logs, follow the same procedure in the previous
section “Returning a missed call.”
Call log options
Call Time/Cost
While viewing a number from the dialed,
received or missed call logs, you can select
Options to view other functions as follows:
• Delete: Deletes the number from the
list. Deleting can create space for other
numbers.
Depending on the type of service package you
have, you may pay according to the length
of your calls. Some users want to monitor
the length of their calls. Your phone offers a
convenient and accurate way to keep track of
call length and costs using Call Time and Call
Cost.
• Save: Adds the number to the
phonebook.
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• Dial: Calls the selected number.
•Edit: Modifies the number. This may
be useful for adding an area code, for
example. Modify the number, then select
Save to save the number to your phone
book.
• Send SMS: Opens the compose window
to let you send a text message to the
number.
• Send MMS: Lets you send a multimedia
message to the number.
Deleting call logs
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2. Select the list you want to delete:
n
Missed Calls
n
Dialed Calls
n
Received Calls
n
Delete All
To delete call logs:
1. Select Calls from the main menu and
then select Delete Call Log.
• Select Calls > Call Time to see the
various call times. You can view the Last
Duration, Dialed Calls, and Answered
Calls. You can also reset the timer using
the Clear Counters option.
• Select Calls > Call Cost to calculate
your phone bill. You can display the Last
Call Cost, All Calls’ Cost, or Clear
Counters.
You can also set Call Costs’ Limit and the
Price Per Unit. Some of these settings require
that you enter a PIN that can be obtained from
your service provider.
Options during a call
There is an SMS counter which can keep a
log of the number of SMS messages sent and
received.
When a call is in progress, the following options
are available:
• Hold: Puts a current call on hold.
•End: Ends a call.
• New Call: Places a new call.
• Contacts: Displays the contacts menu.
You can use this function to check a
contact phone number during a call.
• SMS: Displays the messages menu. This
is convenient in loud speaker mode if you
want to send an SMS during a call.
• Voice Recorder: Starts recording the
conversation. To stop recording, select
Stop.
• DTMF: Enables the Dual Tone MultiFrequency (DTMF), which allows the
recipient to hear key press tones.
• Mute: Mutes a call.
To view the SMS counter:
1. From the main menu, select Calls > SMS
Counter.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Sent or Received option.
The number of sent or received
messages is displayed.
GPRS Counter
There is an GPRS counter which can keep
a log of the number of GPRS data sent and
received.
To view the SMS counter:
1. From the main menu, select Calls >
GPRS Counter.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Last Sent, Last Received, All Sent, or
All Received option.
The number of sent or received
messages is displayed. You can also
reset the timer using the Reset Counter
option.
Calls
SMS Counter
Other call options
For other advanced call features, go to the
Settings > Call Settings submenu. There are
features including Hide My No., Call Waiting,
Call Forwarding, Call Barring, Line Switching,
Call Time Reminder, Call Time Display, Auto
Redial, Closed User Group, and Call Filter.
These features are discussed in the “Call
Settings” section of the Settings chapter in this
manual.
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Contacts
Adding contacts
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Read this section to learn how to add new
contacts to your phonebook
Adding a new entry
Use the Add function to add a new contact to
your phonebook.
To add a new entry:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts >
Add, OR
On the phone’s standby mode, enter a
telephone number using the keypad, then
press the left soft key
to select Save.
2. Select the storage location. Select SIM or
Phone then press OK.
NOTE: If you choose to add the new entry to the phone, it will
not appear in the phonebook if you transfer your SIM card to
another phone. If you choose to add the new entry to the SIM
card, you can add only a name and a number.
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3. Enter a name and number using the keypad. If you are adding the new entry
to the phone, you can also add a home
number, office number, fax number,
company name, e-mail address, and
an associated �������������������������
picture, ����������������
sound, or video
stored in the phone memory. You can
also put the contact in a caller group.
NOTE: You can control which fields are available for contact
entries in Contacts > Settings > Fields. See the section
“Contacts Settings” in this chapter for more information.
Searching for a contact
Read this section to learn how to search for
contacts in your phonebook.
Quick Find
Follow these steps to perform a Quick Find
search:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts
> Quick Find. Enter a name using the
keypad. You do not need to type a whole
name. Enter an initial letter, then use
the navigation keys to scroll through the
contacts.
OR: On standby mode, select Name at
the bottom right corner of the screen by
pressing the right soft key .
A list of all the contacts in your
phonebook is displayed in alphabetical
order.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
contact.
NOTE: Pressing the volumn keys on the left side of the handset
allows you to scroll page up/down.
3. Press the enter key to view details about
a contact.
Press the call
key to call the
contact; press the power/end
key to
end the call.
Search Entry
Use the Search Entry function to search for
a specific entry. Follow these steps to use the
search entry function:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts >
Search Entry.
The data entry screen opens.
2. Enter a search term using the keypad.
You do not need to type a whole name or
word. For instance, if you are looking for
the entry “office,” you may want to type
simply “off.”
3. Select Options > Search to start the
search, or you can also change the text
input method and start the search again.
The phone displays all entries that satisfy
your search criteria.
Shortcut to contact entries
From the idle screen, you can directly access
individual contact entries by pressing a number
key, followed by the # pound (hash) key.
You can copy contacts from your SIM card to
phone memory or from phone memory to SIM
card.
To copy all contacts:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts >
Copy All.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight from
SIM to copy contacts from the SIM card,
or from Phone to copy contacts from the
phone.
3. Press OK or the enter key.
4. Select Yes to confirm, or No to abort.
When finished, a “Done” message
appears on the screen.
Contacts
4. Select Back to return to the previous
screen.
Copying contacts
To copy a single contact�:
1. ���������������������������������������
Highlight the contact you want to copy
following steps 1 and 2 in “Quick Find”
section.�
2. �������
Select Options > Copy > Copy.��������
Select
the desired location, To SIM or To
Phone, then press OK.
3. The confirmation message “Copy It”?
appears. Select Yes to copy.
You can also select Options > Move > Yes to
transfer a SIM contact entry to the Phone, and
vice versa.
For example, if you press 3#, the third contact
entry in the phonebook appears.
NOTE: Only contacts stored on the SIM card can be added as
a shortcut.
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Deleting contacts
You can delete all contacts from the phone or
SIM using the Delete All function. To delete all
contacts:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts >
Delete All.
2. You are prompted to select a location.
Select From SIM to delete all contacts
stored on the SIM.
Select From Phone to delete all contacts
stored in the phone.
NOTE: When you attempt to delete all the contacts from the
SIM or phone, you are asked for a password. The default
password is 1234. See the “security Settings” section in chapter
6 for more information on passwords.
You can also delete individual contacts using
the Delete function. To delete individual
contacts:
1. �����������������������������������������
Highlight the contact you want to delete
following steps 1 and 2 in “Quick Find”
section.
2 Select a contact to delete, then select
Options > Delete > Delete.
3. A confirmation message appears, “Delete
it?” Select Yes to confirm.
Caller Group
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You can separate contacts into groups to
identify them. There are ten caller groups:
Friends, Family, VIP, Business, Others, and
Custom1~5. You can change the name of any
caller group. You can add contacts from your
phonebook to a caller group and you can define
ringtones, pictures, etc.
To change the name of a caller group:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts >
Settings > Caller Group.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
caller group, then select OK or press the
enter key.
3. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
current group name at the top of the list.
Select Edit using the left soft key
to
enter a new name through the keypad.
To clear characters, use the right soft
key . ������������������������������
You can also change the input
method by selecting Options.
4. Press the left soft key
to select
Options > Done when the new name
is complete. Press it a second time to
confirm.
To assign an incoming ring tone:
1. Follow steps 1 and 2 of the previous
procedure.
2. Scroll down to Incoming Ringtone
(second in the list), then press the left/
right navigaiton key to choose from the
available options.
Each tone is played as it is displayed.
The chosen ringtone will sound when
someone from the current caller group
calls the phone.
NOTE:The picture you select must be smaller than 20 K in
size. You can read more about storing images in your camera
memory in the “Camera” chapter.
To change the incoming video:
1. Select the caller group to modify as
described in the previous procedure.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Incoming Video option (fifth in the list).
3. Select Edit. This option determines
which video is displayed when someone
from the chosen caller group calls.
Choose Custom, and you will be
prompted to browse the location of the
video you would like to use.
4. When done, select Save.
To add or delete members in a caller group:
1. Select the caller group to modify as
described in the previous procedure.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
member list option (last in the list).
3. Select Edit > Add.
4. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
contact saved in the handset, then select
Add > Yes to confirm.
5. To add more members or to delete,
select Option.
6. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Add or Delete option.
7. Press OK > Yes to confirm.
Contacts
To change the incoming picture:
1. Select the caller group to modify as
described in the previous procedure.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Incoming Picture option (third in the list).
3. Select Edit. Choose either Default or
Custom. This option determines which
picture is displayed when someone from
the chosen caller group calls. If you
chose Custom, you will be prompted to
browse the location of the picture you
would like to use.
3. When done, select Save.
Extra Number
The extra number setting is used to store
special numbers. You can store your own
number here, a service dial number, and an
SOS number.
NOTE: Some of these functions may not be supported by your
service provider. The service dial number and SOS number are
not configurable and are set by your service provider.
To add extra numbers:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts >
Settings > Extra Number.
2. Select My Phone Number to store your
own number.
Select Service Number to store a service
number.
Select SOS Number to store an SOS
number.
3. Select Option >Edit.
You can input both text and numbers.
When you have finished typing, select
Save.
4. To edit or delete previous entries,
highlight an entry, then select Option.
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NOTE: SOS numbers vary according to region and service
provider. Contact your service provider for details about SOS
numbers.
Contacts settings
The phonebook settings menu enables you
to view memory status, set the preferred
storage media, determine which fields appear
in the phonebook, edit/send a vCard, activate
functions such as speed dial and password
protection, and set caller videos.
My vCard
To view memory status:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts
Settings > Memory Status.
2. Press OK to display memory status.
To edit and send your vCard:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts >
Settings > My vCard.
2. Select the Edit option to fill in the fields,
then select Save. Select the Send to
option to send the vCard by SMS, MMS,
Bluetooth, or file.
To set the preferred storage:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts >
Settings > Default Storage.
2. Press the up/down navigation key to
highlight the preferred storage location,
then press OK to confirm.
The phonebook fields include additional contact
information, such as Home Number, Office
Number, Fax Number, Company Name, E-Mail
Address, Incoming Picture, Incoming Ringtone,
Caller Group, and Incoming Video. You can
choose to deactivate these fields for all contacts
if this simplifies the phonebook for you. You can
later reactivate the fields if desired. 26
A list of fields is displayed.
2. Highlight a field and use the enter key to
check or uncheck it. When done, select
Save.
To edit the phonebook fields:
1. From the main menu, Contacts >
Settings > Fields.
A vCard is a virtual calling card that you can
send to people. It can contain your name, cell
phone number, home number, office number,
fax number, company name, and e-mail
address.
NOTE: See the next chapter for more information about
sending MMS and SMS messages.
Speed Dial
The speed dial option assigns single number
keys to phone numbers of your contacts so that
you can quickly call those numbers by holding
the assigned keys.
To assign a key to a speed dial number:
1. From the main menu, select Contacts >
Settings > Speed Dial > Number List.
2. Highlight any number from 2~9, then
select Options > Edit. Choose a contact
from your phonebook and select OK.
The numbers 2~9 in the number list
correspond to the keypad number 2~9.
3. Set the Enable Speed Dial item to On
before using this function.
• Caller Group: Enter this option and
select a caller group. The video will be
played when someone from this group
call.
Password Protection
Contacts
If you want to protect your phonebook
information from being accessed, ������
go to
Contacts > Settings > Password Protection.
Select On/Off to �����������������������������
enable/disable this function.
When the password protection function is
enabled, you are asked to enter a password to
open the phonebook.
NOTE: See
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the “security Settings” section in the “Settings”
chapter for more information on passwords.
Caller Video
The caller video option allows you to assign
videos saved in File Manager to individual
contacts or caller groups. The videos will be
played when those contacts call.
To assign videos to callers, go to Contacts >
Settings > Caller video. You are prompted to
select a video you would like to use. Press OK,
and three items appear:
• New Entry: Enter this option to add a
new contact and set the chosen video as
the Incoming Video. After finishing editing
the contact informaiton, press Save.
• Selected Entry: Enter this option and
highlight a contact in your phonebook.
Select OK > Yes to assign the video to
the contact.
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Messages
Read this section to learn how to use the SMS
and MMS messaging features of your new
phone. You can even send e-mail and use text
chat.
This section also covers voice mail features,
broadcasting messages, and setting the
preferred text input.
Unified Inbox
The Unified Inbox contains SMS, MMS, e-mail,
and WAP Push messages you receive. When
reading a message, press the left soft key
to display the Options menu. The items in the
Options menu vary depending on what kind of
message you are reading.
SMS
An SMS message is a simple text message.
You can send and receive SMS messages with
your phone.
Composing an SMS message
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1. From the main menu, select Messages >
SMS > Write Message.
2. Enter your text message using the
alphanumeric keypad. See the section
“Text entry,” in the “Getting Started”
chapter for more information on how to
type your message.
3. Press the left soft key
to display the
Options menu, which includes:
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• Send
• Save
• Send to Many
• Common Words
• Insert Object
• Text Format
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• Dictionary
• Input Method
The Save option saves a copy of the message
in Drafts so you can recover it later for editing
or sending.
The Send to many option lets you send to up
to 10 recipients.
Objects you can insert can include a picture, an
animation, or a sound. Some phones may not
be able to receive SMS messages that contain
anything other than text.
Use the Text Format option to adjust the size
and style of the text.
NOTE: ���������������������������������������������������
See the “Common Words” section in this chapter for
informaiton on this function. ��������������������������������������
Refer to “Text entry” in the “Getting
Started” chapter for details about Input Method.
4. When
�������������������������������������
your message is complete, refer
to the next section for the ways to send a
message.
Sending an SMS message
Common Words
The common words feature contains common
text phrases that you can conveniently insert
to your message. There are 10 preset common
words phrase that you can use or edit. To add a
common words phrase to an SMS:
1. Begin an SMS message as described
in the previous section, “Composing an
SMS Message.”
2. Before typing any text, press the left soft
key
to display the Options menu.
3. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Common Words option, then press OK
to confirm.
4. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
common words phrase you would like to
add, then press OK to confirm.
The text from the template appears in
the message. You can add to the text, or
edit the text before sending or saving the
message.
5. Send or save the message.
Messages
To send an SMS message:
1. From ������������������������������
the text entry screen, select
Options > Send or press either the call
key or the enter key.
2. �������������������������������������
The Send to options require that you
type in a telephone number, search for a
contact in the phonebook, or select one
from the recently send number list.
3. If you choose to type in a phone
number, press the enter key to send the
message. If you select a contact from
the phonebook or from ������������������
the recently send
number list��������
, press OK > Yes.
4. If you want to send the message to
multiple receivers, select Options >
Send to Many > Add Number, then
repeat step 2 and 3 with the exception
that you check multiple contacts in
the phonebook. You can also highlight
<Empty> under the Send to Many menu
and press either Options > Edit or
the enter key to enter phone numbers.
Repeat this process to create a list of
receivers, then press either Options >
Send Now or the call
key to send
the message.
To edit a phrase in Common Words:
1. From the main screen, select Messages
> SMS > Common Words to display the
common words list.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
common words phrase to edit, then press
OK to confirm.
3. Select the Edit option to modify the
wording, or select Delete to clear it
completely.
The edit screen displays the phrase you chose
and lets you change it.
Viewing an SMS message
From the main menu, you can view an SMS
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message received through Messages >
Unified Inbox or Messages > SMS > Inbox.
Select a message to view, then press Options
to display the following items:
• Reply
• Delete
• Forward
• Chat
• Use Number
• Use URL
• Use Email Address
• Save Objects
The Chat option lets you send and receive
messages with other cell phone users in chat
rooms. See the “Chat Rooms” section for more
information.
The Use Number option lets you save the
phone numbers of message senders and the
numbers mentioned in messages.
The Use URL/Email Address options let
you save or use URLs and email addresses
mentioned in messages.
The Save Objects option lets you save any
objects attached to messages.
Secret SMS
This option allows you to store confidential
text messages and keep them free from
unauthorized access.
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To move messages to the Secret SMS folder:
1. From the main menu, go to Messages >
SMS > Inbox/Outbox/Drafts > OK.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
message you want to move.
3. Select Option.
4. Scroll down to highlight Move > OK.
5. Highlight To Secret SMS > OK. When
prompted, select Yes to confirm the
action.
To acess the Secret SMS folder:
1. From the main menu, go to Messages >
SMS > Secret SMS then press the enter
key.
2. Enter the default password 1234 on the
keypad, then press OK. The screen then
displays the list of secret text messages.
Settings
This menu enables you to configure your SMS
message settings. You can edit the service
center that sets message type, message valid
period, etc. ������������������������������
You can also configure common
settings, which include a delivery report and
reply path.�������������������������������������
Viewing the memory status, deciding
whether to send and save messages at the
same time, and setting the preferred bearer are
also available options.
To configure common settings:
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
SMS > Settings > Common Settings.
2. Use the enter key to check/uncheck
Delivery Report and Reply Path options
to enable/disable the features.
3. When finished, select Save > Yes.
The Messages > SMS > Settings > Sending
option allows you to select between Send Only
and Send and save. When set to Send and
save, the messages you send are automatically
saved to Outbox.
The preferred bearer option sets the type of
network you prefer. When there is a choice of
a GSM or GPRS network, the phone then uses
the network of your preference.
To set the preferred bearer option:
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
SMS > Set > Pref Bearer.
2. Select the network option you prefer.
Select Pref GMS or Pref GPRS to set a
preference.
Press OK to confirm your selection.
MMS
MMS messages are like SMS messages but
they can also contain sounds and pictures.
Writing an MMS message
Writing an MMS message is not very different
from creating an SMS message. MMS
messages are made up of slides. Each slide
To create an MMS message:
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
MMS > Edit MMS.
2. Select the To field then select Edit.
3. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Add Number or Add E-mail option then
press the enter key to confirm.
You can either add an e-mail address or
number manually, or press the left soft
key
to search from the phonebook.
4. After you have entered the recipient(s),
press OK > Options > Done.
5. Use the navigation keys to highlight and
select Cc, and Bcc recipients. Enter
recipients in these fields in the same way
as the To field.
6. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Subject field then select Edit.
7. Use the keypad to enter a subject.
To create a slide:
1. To create a slide, use the navigation keys
to highlight the Edit Content field then
select Edit.
You can enter text in the same way as
you would for an SMS message.
2. Press the left soft key
to display the
Options menu.
3. Use the navigation keys to highlight an
option and press OK to confirm.
You can add an image, add audio, attach
a file, or change the input method.
Messages
To check the memory status:
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
SMS > Settings > Memory Status.
2. Press OK to display the Memory Status.
contains a combination of text, image, or audio.
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4. When your message is complete, select
Options > Done.
You have just created one slide. Repeat
the process to add more slides.
To send the MMS message:
1. From the Options menu, highlight a
Send Only or Save and Send option.
2. Press OK to confirm.
NOTE: The Save to Drafts option saves a copy of the message
in Drafts so you can recover it later for editing or sending.
Viewing an MMS message
Some MMS messages are longer than the
screen. To move up or down a page, press the
up/down navigation key.
Using Templates
Stored on your phone are templates that
contain text, images, and sound. You can create
MMS messages based on these templates.
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To use a template:
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
MMS > Templates.
A list of available templates appears.
2. Highlight a template, then select
Options.
Select View to preview the template.
Select Properties to view fields and the
size of the template.
Select Write Message to send the
message.
3. Edit the To, Cc, Bcc, and Subject fields
as described in the previous procedure.
4. Edit the content if required as described
in the previous procedure.
5. Send the completed message as
described in the previous procedure.
Settings
This menu enables you to configure your MMS
message settings.
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
MMS > Settings.
2. You can change any setting by
highlighting it with the up/down
navigation key and then using the left/
right navigation key to scroll through the
options for each setting.
3. When finished, select Save.
Chatting Rooms
You can use your phone to chat with other cell
phone users.
To use the chat function:
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
Chatting Rooms.
2. Use the navigation keys to select betwen
Chat Room1 and Chat Room2, then
select Options.
3. Press OK to configure Info Settings.
4. To enter a nickname, select Edit, then
use the keypad to enter your nickname.
Select Options > Done when finished.
5.
7.
8.
Email
You can use the phone to send email
messages. Before you can use the email
feature you must set up an account. Settings
such as the incoming/outgoing server and your
signature are entered in email profiles. Contact
your service provider for details about email
settings.
To set up an email account:
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
Email > Email Profile.
A list of email profiles is displayed.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
profile to use, then press Options > Edit.
3. The profile menu is displayed. Here you
can configure Profiles, Outgoing server,
Incoming server, and Signature.
4. Use the navigation keys to highlight
the Profiles option, then press OK to
confirm.
The Profiles menu is displayed.
5. Use the navigation keys to highlight each
field and select Edit to change any field,
or use the left/right navigation key to
scroll through available choices.
Once your email profile is complete, you need
to activate it.
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
Email > Email Profile.
A list of profiles is displayed.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
profile to use, then select Options.
3. Use the navigation keys to highlight
Activate, then press OK to activate the
selected profile.
Messages
6.
To enter a Remote Number (the
destination number), select Search. The
phonebook opens. Choose the contact
entry, then press OK.
When finished, press the left soft key
to press OK > Yes to save your new
settings.
Use the navigation keys to select
the Activate option, then key in your
message to start the chat session.
Send the message as you would an
SMS.
When you are done chatting, go back to
Options, and choose Quit.
Once your profile is activated, you can send
and receive email with your phone.
Voice Mail
You can set up two voice mail accounts on your
phone that will take messages for you when
you are not able to answer your phone.
To set up a voice mail server:
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
Voice Mail.
A list of voice mail accounts is displayed.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
voicemail account, then select Options >
Edit to edit the voice mail details.
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3. Type in the voice mail name and number.
You can also connect to a voice mail account
here.
NOTE: Voice mail is a service provider feature. Contact your
service provider for voice mail numbers and settings or other
voice mail assistance.
Cell Broadcast
Use the Cell Broadcast option to set cell
broadcast parameters.
To set broadcast message parameters:
1. From the main menu, select Messages >
Cell Broadcast.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Activate option, then press the left soft
key
to toggle the setting on or off.
3. Highlight the Read Topic option then
press OK to read stored broadcast
messages.
4. Highlight the Languages option then
press OK to display the language menu.
Use the enter key to check the language
options that you want to receive.
5. Highlight the Topics option then press
OK to confirm.
6. Use the navigation keys to select, add,
edit, or delete channels.
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Profiles
To select a profile:
1. From the main menu, select Profiles.
A list of profiles appears.
2. Highlight a profile from the list, then press
the enter key to activate.
NOTE: When the phone is in standby mode, you may also hold
the # key to enter Profiles.
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settings
Each profile can be personalized to suit your
own needs.
To personalize a profile:
1. From the main menu, select Profiles.
2. Highlight a profile you want to
personalize, then select Options.
3. Use the navigation keys to highlight
Personalize from the list of options, then
press OK.
A list of customizable features is
displayed, including Tone Setting,
Volume, Ring Mode, Ring Type, Connect
Notice, Misc Tones Switch, and Answer
Mode.
4. Select a feature to customize from the list
and press OK.
The feature submenu is displayed.
For example, for Ring Mode, you can
select Ring Only, Vibrate, Vib. and Ring,
Vib. then Ring, or Silent.
5. Highlight a feature from the submenu and
press OK to confirm changes.
6. To use a profile, highlight the profile
you want to use, then select Option >
Activate.
Profiles
The phone can be set to behave in a number
of profiles. Each is saved as a profile and
is designed to be used in a particular
environment. For instance, if you are in a
meeting you may want your phone to alert you
silently when a call comes in.
For your personal needs, you can set the phone
to behave in another profile for a certain period
of time. When the time set expires, the phone
automatically switches back to its original
profile.
To set a timed profile:
1. From the main menu, select Profiles.
2. Highlight a profile you want to apply, then
select Options.
3. Use the navigation keys to highlight
Timed from the list of options, then press
OK.
4. Set the time the selected profile will last
using the keypad, then press OK.
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Settings
Phone Settings
Language
The Phone Settings menu enables you to
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language,
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firmware version.
The Settings > Phone Settings > Language
option enables you to set the default language
used in menus.
To access the Phone Settings menu:
1. From the main menu, select Settings >
Phone Settings.
2. A list of phone settings is displayed.
Date/Time
The Settings > Phone Settings > Date/Time
option enables you to set the time, a time
zone by selecting your location, and a format
for displaying dates. You can also activate the
hourly chime function.
NOTE: To display date and time on the main idle screen, first
go to Settings > Display Settings > Idle Screen. Check the
Show Date and Time option using the enter key, then select
Save.
Input Methods
The Settings > Phone Settings > Input
Method enables you to set the default input
method for entering numbers, or roman
alphabet, or Chinese characters.
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Refer to the “Text entry” section of the “Getting
Started” chapter for details on inputting text.
Shortcut
To edit the shortcut list:
1. From the main menu, select Settings >
Phone Settings > Shortcut.
A list of current shortcuts is displayed.
Or: On standby mode, press the down
navigation key to enter Shortcut List.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight an
item in the shortcut list. Select Options
to add/delete shortcut items, or change
the order of them.
3. To add an item to the shortcut list, select
Add and choose an item from the Add
menu. Press OK and use the left/right
navigation key to adjust its order on the
list.
4. Press OK to confirm.
Voice Command Settings
Your phone features a voice command function
that allows you to make calls and perform
tasks through verbal comands. To enable voice
command, go to Settings > Phone Settings
> Voice Command Settings. The Voice
Command Menu opens.
Highlight Enable Recognition and press OK.
Use the up/down navigation key to select
between On and Off.
NOTE. To call a contact using voice command, say the name
exactly as it is listed in the phonebook. For example, to call an
entry named Michael Philip, simply say “Call Michael Philip.”
You can also create a Speech Dependent (SD)
tag for contact lists, shortcut lists, and city lists.
An SD tag is a customized tag that you want
the phone to associate with a particular entry.
For example, you want to call an entry named
Michael Philip, but you only want to say his
nickname, “Mike.”
To create an SD tag:
1. Go to Settings > Phone Settings >
Voice Command Settings > SD Tags.
2. Highlight the item you want to create an
SD tag for. Choose the entry from the list,
then press Options.
3. When the next screen appears, press OK
to add.
4. Say the name/tag after the beep. When
done, press OK.
The Preferred Digit Length option allows you
to turn on/off the digit length settings and select
the digit lengths you prefer using the enter key.
Flight Mode
Settings
While on the main idle screen, you may also
enable voice command by pressing and holding
the right soft key for at least three seconds,
or until you are prompted to “Say Command.”
Say “Detail” or press the left soft key
to
display a list of commands you can use.
The Digit Adaptation item in the Voice
Command menu allows you to improve the
phone’s recognition rate. Say a command string
to enable the phone to recognize your voice
and the manner by which you utter commands.
Setting the phone to flight mode disables all call
functions to save power consumption and avoid
call disruptions while playing media files. Go to
Settings > Phone Settings > Flight Mode to
set your mode preference.
Greeting Text
The Settings > Phone Settings > Greeting
Text option sets a short phrase that appears
each time the phone is turned on.
Set the status to On if you want the text to
appear, or to Off if you do not want it to appear.
Enter or edit the greeting text using the keypad.
Auto Update of Date and Time
Auto update of date and time is a network
service that automatically updates the date and
time in your phone when you travel or if daylight
savings time is used in your area.
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You can enable this feature by selecting
Settings > Phone Settings > Auto Datetime
Update to take advantage of this service, if
offered by your service provider.
To enable this option, enter the Auto Datetime
Update option and select On using the up/down
navigation key. Press OK to confirm.
Firmware Version
This item displays the version of the firmware
currently installed on your phone.
Display Settings
The Settings > Display Settings option
enables you to change the theme, wallpaper
image, power on/off image, main idle screen
display, brightness, backlight timer, and sleep
timer.
Themes
Themes are color schemes that can be set
on your phone. The theme can also be set
to change hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or
seasonally.
To set a theme:
1. From the main menu, press Settings >
Display Settings >Themes.
A list of themes is displayed.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
theme.
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3. Select Option to activate the theme, set
the theme timer, or set the theme order.
Use the touchpad to highlight an option
and press OK to confirm.
The Activate option activates the
selected theme. The Theme Timer
option defines how often the theme is
updated. The Set Order option defines
the order in which the themes are
updated.
Main/Sub Wallpaper
To set the main/sub wallpaper:
1. From the main menu, press Settings >
Display Settings > Min/Sub Wallpaper.
2. Select the Default option from the
wallpaper menu.
3. Use the navigaiton keys to highlight an
image to use as wallpaper and select
View to see your selection.
4. Press OK to set.
You can also choose your own picture as
wallpaper. Instead of choosing a Default
wallpaper, select Custom and browse to the
location of the picture.
Power On/Off Animation
This item allows you to choose the animation
display each time you turn the phone on/off.
You may choose from the available animations
or customize by browsing to the location of the
file.
Sleep Timer
This item allows you to choose what you want
to display on the main idle screen. Use the
navigation keys to highlight any of the following
items, and use the enter key to check/uncheck
them: Show Date and Time, Show Owner
Number, Show Operator Name, and Show
Profiles. Press Save to confirm your settings.
To set the sleep timer, press Settings >
Display Settings > Sleep Timer. Use the
navigaiton keys to highlight your preference.
Press OK.
Clean Wallpaper
When the phone is in standby mode, you
may clean what is displayed on the main idle
screen by pressing the power/end
key. To
restore what is cleaned, press the power/end
key again. You can change the key to
restore what is cleaned, or disable this function
through Settings > Display Settings > Clean
Wallpaper.
Brightness
To adjust the brightness, press Settings >
Display Settings > Brightness and press the
enter key to display the brightness control.
Use the up/down navigation key to adjust the
brightness. Press OK to confirm the setting.
Backlight Timer
To set the backlight timer, press Settings >
Display Settings > Backlight Timer. Use the
touchpad to highlight your preference. When
done, press OK.
Tone Settings
Use the Tone Settings menu to set different
tones for different events.
Settings
Idle Screen
Different tones can be set for Incoming Ring
Tone, Power On, Power Off, Flip Open, Flip
Close, Message Tone, and Key Tone.
To assign a tone:
1. Press Settings > Tone Settings.
2. Select the event from the menu for which
you want to assign tone then press OK.
3. Select a tone from the list of available
tones then press OK to confirm.
Call Settings
The Call Settings menu contains call features
that control or restrict the calls you make or
receive. There are also features to show or hide
your number when making calls, control the
time of calls, conveniently redial numbers, or
select a line.
The Call Settings menu features include Hide
My No., Call Waiting, Call Forwarding, Call
Barring, Line Switching, Call Time Reminder,
Call Time Display, Auto Redial, Closed User
Group, and Call Filter.
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Hide My Number
answered, if busy, or divert all data calls.
Go to Settings > Call Settings > Hide My No.
to withhold your number, so that when you call
someone, your number is not shown.
Select Cancel to deactivate call forwarding.
You can choose to activate or deactivate this
option, or let the network set the option.
Call barring is a service available through your
service provider. This service restricts different
types of incoming and outgoing calls. Go to
Settings > Call Settings > Call Barring to bar
outgoing calls, incoming calls, cancel all bars,
or change the barring password.
Call Waiting
If your service provider offers call waiting, you
first need to enable this feature.
To enable call waiting:
1. Go to Settings > Call Settings > Call
Waiting. Press OK to confirm.
2. Use the navigation keys to choose
whether you want to activate, deactivate,
or query the current status.
To use the call waiting feature:
1. When you receive a call during another
call, press the call
key to receive the
second call.
2. Press the call
key to switch back to
the first call or to switch between calls.
Call Forwarding
With call forwarding, you can divert calls directly
to your voice message box when you are busy
and cannot take calls. Go to Settings > Call
Settings > Call Forwarding to choose from
several options.
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You can choose to forward all voice calls,
or forward if unreachable, if calls are not
Call Barring
Options for Outgoing Calls include All Calls,
International Calls, and International Except
Home.
Options for Incoming Calls include All Calls, and
When Roaming.
NOTE: A call barring password is required to make changes to
call barring settings. Contact your service provider if you do not
know your password.
Line Switching
Depending on your service provider and
SIM card, you may have more than one
line available for use. Although the network
automatically assigns a line to you, you may
also use this option to select a line to use. This
option can be used when line quality differs or
when you have difficulty placing a call because
of busy lines.
To use line switching, go to the Settings > Call
Settings > Line Switching. Select the line
switching option, then press OK to confirm.
fails to connect when you call the first time.
Use this feature if you want to limit the length
of your calls. After the time limit specified, your
phone sounds a reminder for you.
To activate this feature, go to Settings > Call
Settings > Auto Redial. Use the navigaiton
keys to highlight your choice between On and
Off, then press OK to set.
To set a call time reminder:
1. Go to Settings > Call Settings > Call
Time Reminder.
2. Select Single if you want to use a
reminder just once at a specific time.
Select Periodic if you would like a
reminder at regular intervals. Select Off if
you want to disable this function.
3. A time field appears. Fill in the number of
seconds after which a reminder should
sound, then press OK.
Call Time Display
Use this feature to monitor or keep track of the
length of your calls. When enabled, the screen
displays the time length of your calls.
To enable call time display, go to Settings >
Call Settings > Call Time Display. Select the
Call Time Display option. Use the navigation
keys to highlight your choice between On and
Off, then press OK to set.
NOTE: Select Calls > Call Time to see records of call times. For more information about call times and costs, refer to the
section “Call Time/Cost” in the “Calls” chapter of this manual.
Auto Redial
When this feature enabled, the phone
automatically redials the number you called if it
Closed User Group
A closed user group is a service provided by
some service providers that permits network
access by members of the group only. The
Settings > Call Settings > Closed User
Group option enables you to add closed user
groups, edit existing ones, and activate or
deactivate them.
Settings
Call Time Reminder
To add a closed user group:
1. Go to Closed User Group > Group List.
2. A group list appears. Select an empty
slot, then select Add.
3. A text entry screen appears. Enter the
telephone numbers of group members.
You can also input text if desired.
Call Filter
This feature enables you to set up call filters
to block the numbers or types of numbers you
specify from reaching your phone.
To block numbers, got to Settings > Call
Settings > Call Filter > Ignore List. Highlight
the Accept Unknown Call option then press
the left soft key
to select. Choose whether
to Accept Unknown Call or Reject Unknown
Call, then press OK. You can enter specific
numbers to block by selecting an <Empty> item
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in the Ignore List menu. Select Option > Edit.
Key in a phone number or select Search to
open the phonebook. Choose the contact you
want to block, then press OK.
To unblock the contact’s number, select the
entry in the Ignore List, then select Option >
Delete > OK. When prompted to confirm the
action, select Yes. Select the Delete All option
if you want to unblock all the numbers.
To enter numbers that you do not want the
phone to block, select Privileged List.
Call filters can be turned on and off. Select
Filter Settings, then press OK. To turn filters
off, select Off then press OK. To turn filters on,
select Ignore List, then press OK. To turn filters
on, you must have previously set one or more
numbers to block in the Ignore List.
Network Settings
The default network settings in the phone are
for automatic detection of the best available
lines for the type of content you are sending.
Your phone also offers the flexibility to let you
manually select various network options to suit
your preferences
Network menu features include Network
Selection, Preferred Networks, and GPRS
Connection.
Network Selection
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With the Settings > Network Settings>
Network Selection option, you can select
available networks manually from various
service providers, or you can set the network
selection option to Automatic and the phone will
select a network for you automatically.
Preferred Networks
To select a preferred network:
1. Highlight the Preferred Networks option,
then press OK.
2. Press Options > Add from List to
choose the desired network, then press
OK. You can select Options > Create
New to set the network you want to
use. If there are more than one network
selected, from the Preferred Networks
menu, press Options > Priority to
arrange the priority of the network used.
NOTE: There may be only one network listed, depending on
your geographic location. Higher fees may also result from
using a network other than that of your service provider.
GPRS Connection
Some users may prefer to use GPRS network
for faster data transmission and support of
multimedia files, such as delivery of polyphonic
ring tones, color graphics, games, and software.
If a GPRS network is available, you can set
your usage preference with the GPRS option.
To set, go to Settings > Network Settings >
GPRS Connection. Use the navigation keys
to highlight your choice between Always and
When Needed, then press OK to set.
Bluetooth Settings
With the Bluetooth function you can exchange
information between your phone and other
Bluetooth devices.
To connect a Bluetooth device to your phone for
the first time:
1. Turn on the Bluetooth device through
Settings > Bluetooth Settings > Power
on Bluetooth. Use the navigation keys
to highlight On, then press OK.
2. From the Bluetooth Settings menu�
click Search New Device to search for
Bluetooth devices, or click My Device
> Options > Search New Device to
search for BT-enables PDA or PC, and
press OK.
2. Once the Bluetooth device is detected,
it is shown on the list of found devices.
Select the Bluetooth device you want to
connect with, and click Pair to pair the
device with your phone. You may be
asked to put in a Bluetooth password to
successfully complete the pairing. For
headset, the default password is usually
0000 or 1234. Check your headset
documentation to verify.
3. If the pairing is successful, you will be
asked whether or not you want to add the
Bluetooth device to your trust list. Press
If you add a device to your trust list, you will not
have to go through this pairing process again.
Merely highlight the device from the list shown
under Bluetooth Settings > My Device, and
select Options > Connect.
Settings
The Bluetooth Settings menu features include
Power on Bluetooth, Search New Device, My
Device, Active Device, Settings, and About.
Yes or No.
4. After that, you will be asked if you want
to connect with the device. Press Yes or
No. Now the connection is established.
To disconnect a Bluetooth device from your
phone, go to Bluetooth Settings > My Device
or Bluetooth Settings > Active Device to
highlight the device from the list, then select
Options > Disconnect.
Search New Device
With the Bluetooth Settings > Search New
Device option, you can execute the phone
search for available devices within transmission
range. The devices are then displayed on the
screen.
To search a new device:
1. Make sure the Power on Bluetoth option
is turned on.
2. From the Bluetooth Settings menu, select
Search New Device, and press OK.
3. A list of found devices is then displayed.
Choose the device you want to pair with,
then select Pair. You will be asked to
put in a Bluetooth code to successfully
complete the pairing. The same code
must be entered in the device you
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For headset, the default
password is usually 0000 or 1234. Check
your headset documentation to verify.
My Device
With this option, you can connect other devices
to your phone, for example a Bluetooth headset.
Select Settings > Bluetooth Settings > My
Device > Options. You may rename the paired
device, delete the pairing, or search a new
device.
Settings
With the Settings > Bluetooth Settings >
Settings option, you can determine whether
or not the phone can be detected by other
Bluetooth devices, change your device’s name,
or set the audio path to the handset, forward
to a Bluetooth-enabled handsfree device, or
forward to an earphone. You can also enter FTP
settings to choose folders to share and set the
access right to the phone.
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Send to > Bluetooth > My Device to select the
device then select Send to send it.
Receiving an item
First make sure that you have turned on the
visibility, so that the other device can detect
your phone, and enter the same password in
both devices. Then follow the instructions on
your screen to receive the item.
Security Settings
The Security Settings menu contains features
to prevent information from being accessed
or calls being charged to your account. There
are password features to protect both your
phone and your SIM card in case of loss, theft,
or unauthorized use. You can also control the
numbers dialed from the phone with Barred
Dial.
Security features include SIM Lock, Phone Lock
Code, Auto Keypad Lock, Fixed Dial, Barred
Dial, and Change Password.
Bluetooth data transmission
SIM Lock
Your phone also supports data transmission
technology with Bluetooth devices. With
Bluetooth, you can exchange contacts, calendar
items, pictures and music files.
Go to Settings >Security Settings > SIM Lock
to protects the SIM card from unauthorized use
if the phone is stolen or used by others.
Sending an item
First make sure that the other device has
already been added to your list. Then find the
item you would like to send, and click Option >
Highlight the SIM Lock option from the Security
Settings menu and press the left soft key
to
toggle the option to On or Off.
NOTE: This option requires a default password from your
service provider. Consult your service provider if needed.
Barred Dial
Go to Settings > Security Settings > Phone
Lock Code to provide additional security by
locking the handset. Even if the SIM card is
changed, the phone cannot be used until a
password is entered to unlock it.
This function enables you to block dialing of
certain numbers. Barred dialing is a service
offered by some service providers.
NOTE: The default password is 1234. See the section ”Change
Password” in this chapter for information on setting your own
password.
Auto Keypad Lock
The keypad lock prevents accidental touching
of the keypad. Press the right soft key and
the # key successively to lock or unlock the
keypad. A key lock icon appears on top of the
idle screen to indicate the lock status.
The Auto Keypad Lock option allows you to
set after how long is the keypad automatically
locked. Go to Settings > Security Settings >
Auto Keypad Lock to select an item. Press OK
to confirm.
Fixed Dial
This function limits dialing to the numbers that
you specify. Fixed dialing is a service offered by
some service providers.
The Fixed Dial option can be set to On or Off
and a fixed dial list can be defined.
NOTE: This option requires a password, known as PIN2.
Consult your service provider if you do not know the password.
To enable the option, highlight the Barred Dial
option from the Security Settings menu and
press the left soft key
to toggle the option to
On or Off.
Settings
Phone Lock Code
NOTE: This option requires a password. Consult your service
provider if you do not know your password. Not all service
providers support this function.
Change Password
Go to Settings > Security Settings > Change
Password to change passwords for SIM card
PINs or for the phone.
To change a password:
1. Highlight the Change Password option and press OK.
2. Select the password you want to change: PIN, PIN2, or Phone Lock Code.
3. You are prompted to enter the old
password, then enter the new password.
NOTE: The default phone lock password is 1234. Consult your
service provider if you have forgotten a PIN password or need
further assistance with PIN passwords.
Factory Settings
Go to Settings > Security Settings > Factory
Settings to restore all settings to factory
default, just as they were when you purchased
the phone.
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To restore factory default settings:
Highlight the Restore Factory Default option
from the Security Settings menu and press the
enter key. All factory default settings are then
restored.
NOTE: This option requires a password. Use the default
password, 1234, to access this setting.
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Camera
The phone is equipped with a high quality
camera for capturing still pictures and video.
Zoom function
Taking photos
To zoom in on an object, press the up
navigation key. To zoom out, press the down
navigation key.
You can preview the zoom effect on the phone’s
screen. In addition, a slide bar on the right of
the screen moves you zoom in and out.
Camera
To capture still pictures with your phone:
1. The fastest way to take a photo is to
press the capture button while on idle
mode.
You may also use any of the following
methods to take a photo:
• From the idle screen, press the left
navigation key to display the Camera
menu, or
• Press the left soft key
to open the
main menu. Use the navigation keys to
highlight the Camera icon and press
Select to confirm.
2. Highlight the Capture option, then press
OK to enter capture mode.
3. Point the camera lens at the subject
and use the LCD screen to frame your
picture.
4. Press the enter key or the capture button
on the left side of the camera to capture
the image.
5. Press the left soft key
to save the
image in your album.
The phone has an easy-to-use zoom function.
Brightness
While in capture mode, adjust the brightness
of the display by pressing the right and left
navigation keys.
Viewing and managing
photos
Use the My Album option to view and manage
the still images in your album.
To open My Album:
1. While in capture mode, select Options,
then use the left/right navigation key to
select My Album.
From the main menu, select Camera >
My Album.
A list of stored images is displayed.
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2. To view an enlarged thumbnail, highlight
an image and press the enter key. You
can browse photos in this enlarged view
using the left and right navigation keys.
3. Press the left soft key
to display the
Options menu. You can view, send,
rename, delete, edit, sort, and hide
photos. You can also set the default
storage to handset or memory card or
change the browse style. You can set the
image as the main/sub wallpaper, power
on/off animation, or set to a phonebook
entry for easy recognition of a contact.
Photo capture settings
The camera can be configured to capture
images of different size and quality. You can
also capture photos with frames or special
effects, take multi-capture photos, use a timer,
set the default storage location, or apply
advanced settings
To access photo capture settings:
Put the camera into capture mode, as described
in the “Taking photos” section of this manual,
then select Options.
A list of photo capture settings then appears.
Image Size
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To set the image size:
1. While in capture mode, select Options >
Image Size.
2. Use the up/down navigation key to scroll
through the available choices, then press
OK to apply the setting.
Effect
Use the Effect option to apply photo effects
as you capture photos. For example, you can
capture photos with a photo negative effect,
alter colors, or make the photo look like a
sketched drawing.
To apply photo effects:
1. While in capture mode, select Options >
Effect.
A list of photo effects appears.
2. Use the up/down navigation key to scroll
through the available choices, then press
OK to apply the setting.
LED Highlight
Use the LED highlight option to turn on/off the
flash as you capture photos.
To apply the LED highlight:
1. While in capture mode, select Options >
LED Highlight.
2. Use the up/down navigation key to select
betwen On and Off, then press OK to
apply the setting.
Frame
Use the Add Frame option to add frames to
pictures you capture.
NOTE: The Frame option applies only to 176 x 220 image size.
To enable the multi-capture function:
1. While in capture mode, select Options >
Shooting Mode.
2. Select Off for standard single shots. For
multi-capture shots, choose from 4 Shot,
6 Shot, or 9 Shot.
While in capture mode, the volume key acts
as shortcut key to add frames. Press + or - to
scroll through frames or return to capture with
no frame.
To set the storage option:
1. While in capture mode, select Options >
Default Storage.
2. Highlight Phone or Memory Card, then
press OK to confirm.
Capture Timer
Use the delay timer to add a delay time
between pressing the capture button and the
picture actually being captured. This can allow
enough time to take pictures of yourself.
To set the capture timer:
1. While in capture mode, select Options >
Capture Timer.
2. Select 5 sec, 10 sec, or 15 sec, or
Deactivate to turn the function off.
Shooting Mode
The Shooting Mode enables multiple capture
shots, so the camera captures 4, 6, or 9 shots
with a single click of the button.
Default Storage
Use the default storage option to set where
captured pictures are stored. You can store
captured pictures either in the handset (internal)
memory, or on a microSD™ card if installed.
Camera
To apply frames to photos:
1. While in capture mode, select Options >
Frame.
2. Highlight a frame from the list.
You can use the up and down touchpad
keys to scroll through the other frames to
view them all.
3. To select a frame, press OK. The
selected frame is then displayed on the
capture screen.
4. To remove a frame, select Options >
Frame > No Frame.
Advance Setting
Use the Advance Setting option to configure
image quality, white balance, EV, night mode,
shutter sound, AC frequency, and self capture.
You may also restore all factory default camera
settings from this option.
Camera settings shortcuts
While on capture mode, the number keys also
act as shortcut keys for the camera settings.
The keys are assigned as follows:
1 Effect
2 White Balance
3 LED Highlight
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4
5
6
7
8
Capture Timer
Shooting Mode
Night Mode
Image Quality
Image Size
Press the key repeatedly to change a given
setting. For example, if you press 5 for Shooting
Mode, pressing again enables you to apply Off,
4 Shot, 6 Shot or 9 Shot to the setting.
Recording videos
Follow these instructions for shooting video:
1. From the main menu, highlight the
Camera icon, then press Select.
2. Select the Video Recorder option, then
press OK to enter video capture mode.
3. Point the camera lens at the subject and
use the LCD screen to frame your video.
4. Press the enter key or the capture button
to begin recording. Press the enter key to
pause. To stop recording, press the right
soft key or the capture button.
Zoom function
The phone’s video recorder has a zoom
function.
To zoom in on an object, press the right
navigation key. To zoom out, press the left
navigation key.
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You can preview the zoom effect on the phone’s
screen. A slide bar at the top of the screen
moves as zoom is applied.
White balance function
The phone’s video recorder has a white balance
function.
To adjust the white balance while recording a
video, press the up/down navigation key.
You can preview the white balance effect on
the phone’s screen. A slide bar at the left of the
screen moves as white balance is applied.
Viewing and managing
videos
Select the My Video option to view and play the
videos in your album.
To open My Video:
1. While in video capture mode, select
Options > My Video, or
From the main menu, select Camera >
My Video.
A list of stored videos is displayed.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
video, then twice press the enter key to
play.
To pause, press the enter key. Press the
enter key again to resume.
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While the video is playing, a progress bar
and the time elapsed is shown on the left
of the screen.
3. To edit files, select Options. You can
play, send, rename, delete, sort, or hide
files. You can also set the default storage
location.
Rewind and fast forward
To rewind, press and hold the up navigation
key.
To fast forward, press and hold the down
navigation key.
Video playback speed
You can select from five different video
playback speeds: x 0.5, x 1.0, x 1.5, x 2.0, and
x 2.5.
To select a playback speed, press the left and
right navigation keys. Use the right key to select
a higher speed and the left key to select a lower
speed.
The current speed is shown on the top of the
screen.
Volume
To adjust volume, press the side volume key.
Press + to increase volume, and - to decrease
volume.
You can capture a still photo from a video by
selecting the Snap option using the left soft key
while the video is playing.
Video capture settings
The camera can be configured to capture
videos of different size and quality. You can also
capture videos with special effects, or set the
default storage location to handset or memory
card.
Camera
Some video playing features are explained in
the following sections.
Capturing a still photo
To access camcorder settings:
Put the camera into video recorder capture
mode, as described in the “Recording videos”
section of this manual, then select Options. A
list of video capture settings then appears
Effect
Use the Effect option to apply a photo effect,
such as a photo negative effect or a color effect,
when you shoot a video.
1. While in video recorder capture mode,
select Options > Effect.
A list of effects appears.
2. Highlight an effect from the list using the
navigation keys, then press OK to apply
the setting.
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Record Audio
also restore all factory default video setings.
While in video recorder capture mode, select
Options > Record Audio. Use the navigation
keys to select between On and Off to determine
whether to record sounds and images
simultaneously or not.
NOTE: EV stands for exposure value. The EV option enables
you to manually raise or lower the exposure value.
LED Highlight
Use the Restore Default option to restore all
factory default video settings.
Use the LED highlight option to turn on/off the
flash as you record videos.
To apply the LED highlight:
1. While in video recorder capture mode,
select Options > LED Highlight.
2. Use the left/right navigation key to select
betwen On and Off, then press OK to
apply the setting.
Storage
Use the default storage option to set where
captured videos are stored. You can store
captured videos either in the phone (internal)
memory, or on a microSD™ card if installed.
To set the storage option:
1. While in video recorder capture mode,
select Options > Storage.
2. Highlight Phone or Memory Card, then
press OK to confirm.
Advance
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Use the Advance options to configure video
quality and size, encode format, white balance,
EV, night mode, and AC frequency. You may
The AC Frequency option adjusts for lighting flicker. Select the
frequency of electrical current in your area.
Restore Default
To restore default settings:
1. While in video recorder capture mode,
select Options > Restore Default.
2. A message asking you to confirm the
action is displayed.
3. Select Yes to restore defaults, or select
No to abort.
Video setting shortcuts
While on video recorder capture mode, the
number keys also act as shortcut keys for
the video settings. The keys are assigned as
follows:
1 Effect
2 White Balance
3 LED Highlight
4 Night Mode
Press the key repeatedly to change a given
setting. For example, if you press 4 for Night
Mode, pressing again enables you to apply Off
or On to the setting.
QR Code decoder
To capture a bar-code:
1. From the main menu, select Camera >
QR Code Decoder.
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Point the camera lens at the t��������
argeted
bar-code, then press the capture button
or the enter key to scan the bar-code.
You may press the left/right navigation
key to select QR Code Decoder options
and
on the screen. When
selected, the icon turns blue.
(Service): Select this option to capture a
bar-code, and your phone is automatically
connected to the QR code service, such as
WAP, vCard, SMS and Email, etc.; otherwise,
only the QR code is displayed.
(Save) : Select this option to save the barcode image captured to My Album.
and
: When both are selected, the barcode image captured is saved to My Album and
then decoded.
My Secret Album
My Secret Video
My Secret Album and My Secret Video allow
you to store image and video files safely and
securely, preventing unwanted viewers from
accessing confidential media files.
NOTE: The default password is 1234. Refer to the Settings
chapter, Change Password section of this user guide for
information about changing passwords.
Camera
The Camera > QR Code Decoder option
allows you to conveniently obtain information
by capturing the bar-codes. For example, when
you see a movie post on the streets, you may
capture a photo of the bar-code on the post
using your phone. When decoded, the photo
tells you information about the movie.
Photo Artist
Use the Photo Artist option to edit your captured
images, video, and audio files.
Select Camera > Photo Artist and press OK.
The File Manager appears, showing the amount
of space occupied by the phone memory and
the DRM. You can start choosing image files
from the stored data to be edited; select an
image file from one of the handset’s folders
and then choose to automatically resize it or to
prepare it so you can later use it as your LCD
clip or sub LCD clip.
To automatically resize the picture:
Select the picture then choose Auto Resize
to Fit Main Panel > OK > Options. A list of
options is displayed.
Save as: Use the keypad to enter the
name you wish to save the file under,
then press the left soft key
and choose
Done or Cancel to save or discard the
image, or choose Input Method to select
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a different text input method.
Add Effect: Highlight an effect from the
list using the navigaiton keys and press
the enter key to view the effect on the
picture. Press the left and right navigation
keys to toggle between effects, and press
the left soft key
to apply the setting, or
the right soft key to discard.
Frame: Highlight a frame from the list
and press the enter key to see that frame
applied to your picture. Use the right and
left navigation keys to toggle between
frames, and press the left soft key
to
apply the setting, or the right soft key
to discard.
Add Icon: Highlight an icon from the
list and press the enter key to add that
icon to your picture. Use the navigaiton
keys to change the position of the icon,
then press the enter key to apply. ������
Press
Done when finished, or press Cancel to
discard.
Add Text: Use the keypad to enter the
text you want to add under your picture,
then press the left soft key
and choose
Done or Cancel to save or discard the
image, or choose Input Method to select
a different text input method.
When you have pressed Done, you can
start changing the text color, the border
color, and the shadow color. You can also
italicize the text. When finished, press
OK. Use the navigation keys to change
the position of the text, then press the
enter key to apply. Press Done when
finished, or Cancel to discard.
Adjustment: You can choose either to
adjust the image or the color. Highlight
one of the two choices from the list
and press OK. Adjust your image’s
brightness, contrast, saturation, and hue.
Press Done or Cancel, then press the
left soft key
to apply the setting, or the
right soft key to discard.
Flip: Use the navigation keys to flip the
image horizontally or vertically. Press the
left soft key
to apply the setting, or the
right soft key to discard.
Expand Canvas: You can choose to
expand the canvas to full screen size
here. Press Yes to apply the setting, or
No to discard.
Help: Open the Help menu for easy
instructions on how to use Photo Artist.
To create an LCD clip /sub LCD clip:
1. Select the picture and then choose LCD
Clip/Sub LCD Clip > OK > Options.
A list of options is displayed. Refer to
the previous section on automatically
resizing the picture for details.
Media Center
The phone is equipped with a high quality audio
player for digital music files.
To start the audio player:
1. From the main idle screen, press the left
soft key to display the main menu. ����
Use
the navigaiton keys to highlight the Media
Center icon, then press Select.
Or: From the main idle screen, press the
right navigation key to enter the Media
Center menu.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Audio Player option from the list and
press OK to confirm.
The audio player opens.
3. Select Options to open the Main Menu,
which displays a list of available digital
music files sorted according to play
list, album, artist, genre, and song. The
phone generates a playlist of the MP3
files located in the Music folder
4. Use the navigation keys to highlight your
desired item and music file to play and
press OK to select it.
5. The enter key and the up, down, right,
left navigaiton keys act as play controls.
When you press a key, the corresponding
on‑screen symbol lights up.
Key assignments are as follows:
• Up navigaiton key: Open the current
playlist
• Down navigaiton
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: Stop
• Left navigaiton
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: Previous song
• Right navigaiton
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key�����������
: Next song
• Enter key: Play; Pause
NoteS:
Media Center
Audio Player
• You can plug an earphone to the earphone socket on the
bottom of the phone to listen to music files.
• Press the side volume key to adjust the volume.
Adding music files to your handset
To add music files to your phone you must first
connect the phone to a computer with digital
music files.
1. Connect the phone to the computer USB
port using the USB cable provided. The
Mass Storage window appears. Press
OK to continue. The phone shuts down.
2. When the phone is connected to the
computer it will appear in Windows®
Explorer as two removable disk drives.
One drive is the internal phone memory
and the other is the microSD™ card if
installed.
3. Drag and drop your digital music files
to the Music folder in the internal phone
memory, or the Music folder in the
microSD™ card memory. If you add files
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to folders other than these, you will not
be able to play them with the phone’s
audio player.
Creating a new playlist
To create a new playlist:
1. From the main menu, select Media
Center > Audio Player > Options >
Play List. The Play List menu opens.
2. Select Options > Create New Playlist.
3. Use the keypad to enter the new playlist
name, and select Done when finished.
4. When prompted to select songs, you
may select from an existing playlist,
an Album/Artist/Genre, or the list of all
songs available. Press OK once to select
a single song to add. Press and hold
OK to add an entire Album/Artist/Genre
selection to the new Playlist.
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Options > Settings contains settings to control
the playlist and the appearance of the audio
player. Select from the following options. Use
the right and left touchpad keys to toggle
settings:
• Play List. Set the location of the playlist
as either phone or memory card.
• Skin. Select from two different skins,
or outward appearances for the audio
player.
• Repeat. Select One to loop, or repeat,
the current song. Select All to repeat all
the songs in the playlist.
• Shuffle. Select On to randomly repeat
songs in the playlist. Select Off to play
the songs in order.
• Background Play. Select Background
Play to continue listening to music files
even if you leave the media center to
use other menu functions. Music stops,
however, for playing games or for making
phone calls.
• MP3 Equalizer Settings. Select from
eight audio modes including Normal,
Bass, Dance, Classical, Treble, Party,
Pop, and Rock.
• Lyric Sync. Select Lyric Sync to turn
on/off this function. Before activating this
function, you must put a certain mp3 file
and its lyric file in the same folder. ����
The
file name of the lyric file should be the
same as that of the MP3 file except for
the extension, e.g. XXX.lrc for the lyric
file and XXX.mp3 for the MP3 file.
Managing songs
Go to Media Center > Audio Player > Options
> Song. A list of songs is displayed. Choose a
song from the list and press Options. Select
Detail to view further information, such as file
name, file size, music genre, etc. From this
menu, you can also play/rename a song, set it
as a ringtone, and edit its lyrics.
The Edit Lyrics option allows you to match up
the lyrics with the melodies so that you can
view the lyrics while listening to a song.
FM Radio
The phone is equipped with a high quality FM
radio.
To start the radio:
1. From the main menu, select Media
Center > FM Radio. The FM radio
opens.
2. The enter key and the up, down, right,
left navigaiton keys act as play controls.
When you press a key, the corresponding
on‑screen symbol lights up.
Key assignments are as follows:
• Up navigaiton key: Open the channel
list
• Down navigaiton key: Record
• Left navigaiton key: Press to jump to
the previous channel; Hold to
automatically tune to the previous
•
•
channel
Right navigaiton key: Press to jump
to the next channel; Hold to
automatically tune to the next
channel
Enter key: Turn on/off the radio
NoteS:
• You need to plug an earphone to the earphone socket on the
bottom of the phone to listen to the radio.
• Press the side volume key to adjust the volume.
FM Radio options
Media Center
To edit lyrics:
1. Choose a song from the list, then press
Options > Edit Lyrics. The lyric file of
that song opens. Refer to “Lyric Sync” in
the previous section for more details.
2. Press the capture button on the left side
of the handset to play/pause the song.
3. When the song is played, use the
enter key to insert/remove time stamps
to make sure that the lyrics and the
melodies match up.
4. When done, select Save > OK using the
left soft key .
When the radio is displayed, press the left soft
key
to display the Options menu. There are
options to access channel lists, manually input
channels, automatically create a list of preset
channels, change the radio settings, record a
radio program, and append a recording.
The channel list contains preset channels.
To add a channel to the channel list:
1. Go to Media Center > FM Radio >
Options > Channel List. The channel
list is displayed.
2. Highlight a number using the up/down
navigation key, then select Options >
Edit.
3. Enter the channel name and the
frequency using the keypad, then press
the left soft key
to save the channel
to the list. The numbers assigned to
channels correspond to the number keys
of the keypad.
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NOTE: When entering a frequency, use the # key to insert a
decimal point.
If the channel �������������������������������
you are listening to is not on
the channel list, ������������������������������
you may add it to the list by
long-pressing a number key that has not been
assigned to any channels. To switch to a preset
channel while listening to another, short-press
the number key as a shortcut to that channel.
To select a channel from the channel list:
1. Start the radio, then select Options
> Channel List. The channel list is
displayed.
2. Highlight a preset channel in the list
and press the enter key, or press the
assigned number key. The number keys
act as shortcuts to preset channels.
3. Select Play to switch to the channel.
To input a channel manually:
1. Start the radio, then select Options >
Manual Input.
2. Enter the frequency of a channel using
the keypad.
3. Press the left soft key
to switch to the
channel
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To ������������������������������������������
automatically ����������������������������
search and create a list of
preset channels:
1. Start the radio, then select Options >
Preset List.
2. Press the enter key to begin searching
for all available channels automatically.
The channels found will be automatically
set as preset channels.
The Media Center > FM Radio > Options
> Settings option allows you to change the
following items: Background Play, Skin, Record
Format, Record Storage, and Audio Device.
With the The Media Center > FM Radio >
Options > Record option, you can record a
radio program. ������������������������������
During the recording, you may
press the left soft key
to pause. Press the
right soft key to stop recording, then input a
filename and press the left soft key
to select
Save. The radio program recorded is saved to
File Manager under Audio.
If you want to resume recording, select Options
> Append.
NOTE: Recording in Append mode supports only AMR sound
format.
Java
A selection of games created with Java
technology comes preloaded on your phone.
To start a Java game:
1. From the main menu, select Media
Center > Java.
A list of Java games appears.
2. Highlight a Java game from the list and
select Options > OK to launch the game.
Java Settings
You can alter a number of Java settings
and view the resources available to Java
applications using the Java Settings option.
NoteS:
• Not all settings can be changed. Some fields only display
resources available.
• Setting the Restore Default Games field to Yes restores the
default games and removes all other games you installed.
File Manager
The file manager is a feature that enables
you to find and manipulate files stored in the
memory of your phone or on a microSD™ card
if installed.
To open the file manager:
1. From the main menu, select Media
Center > File Manager.
Two virtual disk drives are displayed.
The first in the list represents the internal
handset memory, and the second
represents the microSD™ memory card.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
drive, then select Options. Options for
that drive are then displayed. You can
open the drive and view contents, create
a new folder, or format the drive.
Viewing drive contents
You can view the files stored in the memory of
the phone or on microSD™ card using the file
manager.
To view the contents of a drive:
1. Open the file manager as described in
the “File Manager” section of this chapter.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
drive and select Options > OK to open
that drive.
3. Folders in that drive are then displayed.
Highlight a folder, then select Options
to display options for that drive. You can
open the drive and view contents, create
a new folder, rename the folder, or delete
it.
Media Center
To open the Java Settings menu:
1. From the main menu, select Media
Center > Java Settings.
2. Highlight an option to change.
3. Use the right and left touchpad keys to
change the setting.
If the selected drive contains folders, you can
browse up and down the folder list using the
navigation keys. Press the enter key to display
contents of a highlighted folder.
While viewing folders, select Options to access
folder options, including open, create folder,
rename, and delete.
To edit files within folders, highlight a file,
then select Options. The options may vary
depending on which type of file you open.
NOTE. Formatting a drive erases all the contents of the drive.
Do not select unless you have backed up important information.
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Organizer
The organizer menu gives you access to a
number of features including alarms, power
on/off timer, calendar, task list, calculator, world
clock, sound recorder, AB repeater, schedule
FM record, stopwatch, countdown, units/
currency converter, and health manager.
The phone can be set to turn on or off
automatically. The Organizer > Power On/Off
Timer option enables you to schedule times to
turn power on or off.
Alarm
You can define up to four power on/off times.
Highlight a number from the list using the
navigation keys and select Edit.
The phone can function as an alarm clock. You
can set up to three alarm events.
Use the right/left navigaiton key to change
settings for each field.
To program an alarm.
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Alarm.
A list of alarms is displayed.
2. Highlight an alarm to program then select
Set. The Set screen is displayed.
3. Highlight fields to edit. Enter new values
using the keypad or use the left/right
navigation action to scroll through the
available options.
The Status field sets the status of the phone to
On or Off at the time of the scheduled power
on/off. The Power On/Off field sets whether the
phone is to turn on or off. The Time field sets
the time for the power to turn on or off.
The Alarm Type function defines whether the
alarm sounds once, at the same time every
day, or on specific days. Highlight the field then
press Edit to display available options.
Press the left soft key
to stop the alarm or
the right soft key for the five minute snooze
function.
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Power On/Off Timer
When done, select Save to effect the settings.
In the submenu, use the up/down navigation
key to move between fields then press OK to
set.
Define the status as on or off. Define the event
as power on or power off, and define the time.
Calendar
The calendar function helps you keep track of
day-to-day tasks.
To open the calendar:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Calendar.
2. The calendar is displayed. Use the
volumn key on the left side of the
handset to scroll the calendar by month.
Dates with tasks appear marked with a red
triangle.
You can create a list of tasks for a date on the
calendar. Access Tasks List from the Organizer
menu, or the Calendar tool, as described in the
“Calendar” section of this chapter. To enter a recurring hourly, daily, weekly, or
monthly task:
1. Follow the steps described above to add
or edit tasks.
To select a date on the calendar:
1. Use the navigation keys to highlight a
specific date on the calendar, OR
Select Options > Go to Date and enter
the year, month, and day. The selected
date then appears highlighted on the
calendar.
2. Select Options to view options for that
date.
Options include viewing tasks entered for
that day and jumping to another day.
To access tasks:
1. Select a calendar date as described in
the previous procedure.
2. Select Options > Tasks List.
3. Highlight a task, then press Options to
view details, or add, edit, delete, and
send a task. See the “Tasks List” section
in this chapter for more information about
tasks.
Organizer
Tasks List
To access the Tasks List:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Tasks List.
Stored tasks are then displayed.
2. Select Options > Add to add a new task.
There are fields for date, time, content,
and alarms.
Select date and time fields using the
navigation keys, and modify the fields
using the keypad.
Select Content > Edit. A text entry
window opens to enter information about
the task(s) for this date. Select Options
> Done to save the content.
The Alarm Notify field activates or
deactivates the alarm. Select Activate
or Deactivate using the right and left
navigation keys.
If you chose to activate the alarm,
set a frequency for the alarm in the
Alarm Type field. Select Once, Hourly,
Everyday, Days (Monday through
Friday), Weekly, or Monthly, using the up
and down navigation keys.
3. To edit a task, highlight a task from the
list then select Options.
4. Highlight an option from the Options
menu and press OK to confirm.
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2. In the date field, enter the date you would
like the recurring task to begin.
3. In the Alarm Notify field, select
Activate.
4. In the Alarm Type field, select Hourly,
Every Day, Days (Monday through
Friday), Weekly, or Monthly.
The task is then recorded for all relevant
dates after the starting date. These dates
appear marked with a red triangle in the
calendar.
Calculator
The phone includes a calculator function. You
may choose between a basic or a scientific
calculator.
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To use the standard calculator:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Calculator > Basic.
Select OK to display the standard
calculator.
2. Use the keypad to enter numbers and
the up, down, left, right navigation keys
to select the add, subtract, multiply, and
divide functions.
Press OK to select =.
3. Press twice on the up, down, left, or
right navigation keys to access memory
functions:
• m+ Select m+ then press OK to add a
number to memory. Select m+ to add
the number stored in memory.
• m- Select m- to subtract the number
stored in memory.
• mc Select mc then press OK to clear
memory.
• mr Select mr to retrieve and enter the
number in memory.
Note that most of the functions are selected
with the navigaiton keys alone, with no need to
press OK. For example, compute
239 + 1,238 + 439 as follows:
1. Enter 239 with the number keys.
2. Press the up navigation key once to
select the + function.
3. Enter 1,238 with the number keys.
4. Press the up navigation key once to
select the + function. The subtotal, 1,477,
appears.
5. Enter 439 with the number keys.
6. Press the enter key to display the total,
1916.
NOTES:
•
Numbers are cleared from memory once you exit the
calculator.
•
Press the # key to enter a decimal point.
The phone includes a scientific calculator
function.
To open the scientific calculator:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Calculator > Scientific.
Select OK to display the scientific
calculator.
World Clock
The world clock function enables you to see the
time in various major cities of the world.
To open the world clock:
From the main menu, select Organizer >
World Clock.
The World Clock is displayed.
The clock displays a map and the current time
in your own location. You can move the location
west or east using the left or right navigaiton
keys.
Voice Recorder
The voice recorder lets you record and play
back sounds.
To open the voice recorder:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Voice Recorder.
The Voice Recorder is displayed.
2. Press the left soft key
to display the
Options menu.
From the Options menu, select Record
to make a new recording. Select My
Sounds to display a list of saved
recordings. Press Options to play/
append/rename/send/delete the current
recording, or delete all recordings.
Select Settings to set the default storage
location and the file format. Files can be
stored in AMR or WAV formats.
3. Highlight an item from the Options menu
and press OK to confirm.
Organizer
2. Enter values to compute using the
keypad.
3. Use the navigaiton keys to choose the
function you want to perform, then press
Select.
4. When done, press the right soft key to
clear.
AB Repeater
To start the AB Repeater:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
AB Repeater.
2. Open an audio file from its storage
location.
Press Select and the AB repeater screen
is displayed.
3. Use the enter key to play/pause a
recording, the down navigation key to
stop playing, the left/right navigation key
to rewind/fast forward. When the audio
file is played, press the side volumn key
to adjust the volumn.
NOTE: By default, the sound files recorded are saved to Audio
in the handset memory or the memory card.
Schedule FM Record
The Organizer > schedule FM Record option
allows you to set the time, date, frequency, and
channels to make recordings. You can also
change record settings through several fields.
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NOTE:
•
Plug the earphone to your handset before recording.
•
The scheduled recording does not start in USB mass
storage mode.
To schedule FM recordings:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Schedule FM Record. You can make up
to four recordings. Press Edit to set.
2. Use the up/down navigation key to
highlight a field to set. You can choose
to turn the function on/off, set the date/
time to start recording, choose the repeat
mode (Once, Everyday, Days, Weekly,
Monthly), and choose which FM channel
you would like to record.
Stopwatch
The phone includes a stopwatch function.
There are two styles of stopwatch to choose
from: Typical or nWay.
The Typical stopwatch is a simple timer that can
be started and stopped using the OK button.
The nWay stopwatch consists of four
simultaneous timers that can be started by
pressing the up, down, left, or right navigaiton
keys. Only one timer can run at any time. The
total time appears in the middle of the screen.
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To use the stopwatches:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Stopwatch.
The Stopwatch menu screen is
displayed.
2. Select the type of stopwatch you want to
use and press OK to confirm.
3. Press the enter key to Start/Stop timing.
4. Select Reset to reset the stopwatch.
5. Select Back to exit. A message asks if
you would like to save the timing. Select
Yes or No.
6. If you select Yes to save the timing, enter
a name for the file. After entering a file
name, select Options > Done to save
the file.
Typical stopwatch functions
If you select the Typical stopwatch, you are then
prompted to select one of three functions: Split
Timing, Lap Timing, or Record.
Split timing can time portions within a main
recording.
To enter a split time:
1. Press the left soft key
to select Mark.
The current time elapsed then appears
in a list of times, while the stopwatch
continues to run.
2. Select Mark again to add another split
time to the list.
The Lap Timer, like the Split Timer, records
portions, or laps, of a main timing. The Split
Timer, however, displays cumulative time
elapsed, whereas the lap timer displays
individual lap times.
To enter a lap time:
Press the left soft key
to select Mark. The lap
time is then added to a list of lap times.
nWay stopwatch
The nWay stopwatch enables you to track up to
four individual times simultaneously.
To use the nWay stopwatch:
1. Press the enter key to start/stop the
nWay stopwatch.
2. There are four times, marked by up,
down, right, and left arrows.
Select a time by pressing the
corresponding up, down, right, or left
navigation keys. The selected time is
then colored black.
3. Press the left soft key
to reset the
stopwatch.
Countdown
The phone includes a countdown function that
allows you to set a specific period of time within
which an action must be completed.
To set the countdown timer:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Countdown > Set.
2. Use the navigation key to scroll through
hours, minutes, and seconds. Input the
values you want using the keypad, then
select Save when done.
Units Converter
The Units converter is a useful tool to convert
weights and measures from imperial (pounds,
feet, and inches) to metric or metric to imperial.
To use the unit converter:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Units Converter.
The Units Converter menu is displayed.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the
Weight or Length option and press OK
to confirm.
3. With the top field highlighted, use the
left and right navigation keys to select a
conversion type.
For weight conversions, convert between
pounds or ounces and kilograms.
For length conversions, convert among
yards, feet, and inches, and meters,
centimeters, miles, and kilometers.
4. Highlight either of the measurement
fields using the up and down navigaiton
keys.
You can convert in either direction,
depending on which field you fill in and
which you leave blank. For example, to
Organizer
Select Record to view saved stopwatch
records.
3. To start the countdown timer, press the
enter key.
4. When the specified time lapses, the
Timout window opens, and a tone/
vibration signifies that the time is up.
Press OK or select Back to stop.
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convert kilometers to miles, complete the
Km field and leave the Mile field blank.
5. Input a number using the keypad.
6. Press the OK to confirm.
The measure is converted and displayed.
Currency Converter
The currency exchange is a useful tool to help
you convert one currency to another or back
again.
To use the currency exchange:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Currency Converter.
The currency exchange is displayed.
2. Use the keypad to enter a conversion
factor and press OK to confirm. Use the
# key to enter a decimal point.
3. With the top field highlighted, use the left
and right navigation keys to select the
direction of conversion (e.g. 2:1 or 1:2).
4. Use the down navigaiton key to highlight
the Local currency field and enter a
number using the keypad. Use the # key
to enter a decimal point.
5. Press OK to display the result.
Health
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The health manager includes a Body Mass
Index (BMI) calculator, and a menstrual cycle
chart.
To use the BMI calculator:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Health > Calculate BMI.
2. Highlight the top field, then use the left
and right navigaiton keys to enter your
sex, Male or Female.
3. Highlight the height and weight fields and
enter a value for each using the number
keys.
4. Press OK to calculate your BMI. The
display also indicates the normal BMI
range for your height.
To use the menstrual cycle calculator:
1. From the main menu, select Organizer >
Health > Menstrual.
2. Use the keypad to enter the date of the
start of your last menstrual cycle and the
days of an average period.
Press OK to confirm.
Your menstrual cycle chart is then
displayed.
The most fertile period is displayed in
yellow.
The menses period is displayed in red.
Network
SIM Tool Kit
The SIM Tool Kit (STK) list allows you to view
and use value-added services offered by your
phone operator.
To open the STK list:
1. From the main menu, select Network >
STK.
2. The next window displays the valueadded services that your phone operator
offers. Use the navigation keys to scroll
up/down and highlight the item you want
to avail of.
3. Press OK to confirm.
NOTES:
• The contents of this menu are SIM-dependent and varies
from one phone operator to another. Inquire with your
phone operator the complete list of services that they offer.
• If your phone operator has no value added service, a
Service Not Available message appears when you access
this menu.
WAP
Use the WAP menu to set the homepage,
bookmarks, view recent pages, enter an
internet address, service inbox, and change
settings.
To open the WAP menu:
1. From the main menu, select Network >
WAP.
2. Highlight an option to change.
3. Press OK to change the highlighted
setting.
Network
The Network menu gives you access to
wireless services, such as WAP web browsing
or WAP push.
Browsing WAP pages
Browsing WAP pages is much like browsing
web pages with your computer. However, rather
than using a mouse, you navigate with the
navigation keys and with the OK key.
Scrolling
Some WAP pages are longer than the phone’s
screen. To scroll up or down a page, press and
hold the up or down navigaiton key.
Viewing Links
Web links appear as colored or underlined, just
as on a computer. To view a link, press OK.
WAP settings
Many important WAP settings are dependent
upon your service provider’s system setup.
Contact your service provider for details.
If, as part of your WAP settings, you need to
change the WAP proxy IP address, refer to the
following instructions.
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Changing the WAP proxy IP address
One or more WAP profiles should already be
set up before changing the IP address.
1. Select WAP > Settings > Profiles. A list
of available profiles appears.
2. Select a profile, then press OK.
The selected profile is activated.
You can also highlight a profile then select
Options. You can then either select Activate,
Edit, or Delete. If you select Edit, you can view
and edit the profile settings.
To edit proxy IP address, select the field Conn.
Oriented.
WAP Push
WAP Push is a method for sending multimedia
content to your phone. If your service provider
offers WAP push services, you can use WAP
push to receive such content as wallpaper,
ringtones, or java games. The message is sent
as a WAP accessible URL, or web address.
Set WAP Push settings in WAP > Settings
> Push Settings. Use the navigation keys to
select either on or off, then press OK to confirm.
Receive WAP Push content in WAP > Push
Inbox.
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Data Account
The Network > Data Account option displays a
list of available network services.
To view data account information:
1. Select a network type, GSM Data or
GPRS, to view a list of available data
accounts for each type of network. These
data accounts contain access details for
available service providers in your area. 2. Highlight a data account from the list,
and press OK to view details, including
account name, number, user name,
password, line type, speed, and DNS.
Handset Manager
This user guide gives an introduction to
basic functions of the Handset Manager. For
additional information, consult the online help
files included with the Handset Manager.
To install the Handset Manager software:
1. Insert the software CD into your
computer to start installation.
2. On the start-up page, select the mobile
phone model and interface you wish to
install.
3. Turn on the phone and connect it to the
computer using the supplied USB cable.
When you turn on the phone, the phone
prompts you to select a type of USB
connection. Press the left soft key.
4. Click Install Handset Manager.
NOTES:
•
Make sure the mobile phone is switched on and correctly
connected with the USB data cable before installation.
•
Most systems already support USB. However, if your
system does not, install a USB driver before installing the
Handset Manager software.
•
To uninstall software, click the Add/Remove Programs icon
in the control panel. Select the Asus Z801
USB-Handset Manager from the list. Click the Remove
button and follow the instructions on screen.
Installing the Handset Manager
Ensure that the following system requirements
are met:
Software:
• Microsoft® Windows® 2000 or above
system
Hardware:
• USB 2.0 port
• CD-ROM driver
You can also edit voice mail details or connect
to a voice mail account here.
NOTE: Voice mail is a service provider feature. Contact your
service provider for voice mail numbers and settings or other
voice mail assistance.
Handset Manager
The Handset Manager is a powerful software
tool to link your mobile phone and your
computer. Use the Handset Manager to
send files from your computer to your phone,
including music, ringtones, pictures, and java
games. Stay organized by managing and
synchronizing your phone’s contacts and
calendar with your computer. Compose text and
multimedia messages quickly and comfortably
on your computer, then transfer them to your
phone to send.
Starting the Handset Manager
To start the Handset Manager:
1. Connect your handset to a USB port on
your computer using the supplied USB
data cable, then turn on your handset.
2. A list of connection types appears in the
handset window. ������������������������
Press the left soft key.
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3. Select Asus Z801 USB-Handset Manager
> Asus Z801 USB-Handset Manager
from the computer’s program list, OR
Right click the phone icon in the
system tray in the lower right corner of
the screen. Select Handset Manager.
4. An animation in the Handset Manager
main panel shows your connection
status.
NOTES:
•
Be sure to unplug the USB cable after use. The computer
may not boot as usual if you start the computer with the
phone’s USB cable connected.
•
When disconnecting the mobile phone from the computer
while using Handset Manager, first turn off the handset,
then disconnect the USB cable. When transmitting data to
the Handset Manager, don’t disconnect the handset.
Phonebook
Message
Album
MMS
File Manager
Video
Sound
Music Manager
Sync
Manager
Clicking the three buttons in the upper right
corner of the main Handset Manager panel
does the following:
Closes Handset Manager and minimizes
the system tray.
•
While transmitting and editing data, don’t operate the
phone and Handset Manager at the same time.
Minimizes Handset Manager to the task
bar.
•
Don’t install Java Games through Handset Manager while
simultaneously playing Java games in the mobile phone
Opens online help and settings.
Main Panel
The following illustration shows the main panel.
Access all the Handset Manager functions from
this Panel.
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Access the Handset Manager tools by clicking
on the icons at the bottom of the screen. Each
tool has its own interface, which opens when
you click on the icon.
Settings, Information, and Online Help
You can access several items related to
settings, information, and online help by clicking
on the
icon.
• Select Help Topics to open online help.
You can also open online help from the
program list: Asus Z801 USB—Handset
Manager> User’s Guide.
• Under Settings, you can select
whether to run the Handset Manager
automatically when you start the
computer. You can also set the computer
Navigating the Handset
Manager Tools
No matter which Handset Manager tool you
are working with, you can access functions and
commands in the following three ways. The
Messages window is shown as an example.
1. Right-click to bring up the pop-up menu
or click icons on the menu toolbar, OR
2. Click on the
File button in the upper
left corner to choose from a drop-down
menu, OR
3. Click on the icons in the upper right of
the window.
File button
Icons for functions
Messages Window
When you move the mouse over an icon, a
pop-up window tells you the name of the button.
NOTE: You must exit one tool before launching another.
Navigating Media Files
The interfaces for media tools—MMS, Sound,
or Album and Video —are quite similar. The
Preview
pane
Icons for
functions
Preview
pane
File path/
browse
icon
Phone
file
Thumbnails
of
computer
files
Phone
files
Handset Manager
port, handset model, and interface type
manually here.
• Select Handset Version to see the model
name and firmware version of the phone,
when the phone is connected. Select
About Handset Manager to see the
version of Handset Manager installed in
your computer.
Album window
Album interface is shown here.
• The left preview pane shows a preview
of the files you select. A drop-down menu
on the left lets you select the location of
phone files. Select Handset or Memory
Card.
• Thumbnails of files in the phone are
shown in the lower left pane. • Icons in the upper right corner give
access to various functions, such as
copy, paste, and delete. Also in the upper
right, a frame shows the current file
path, next to the
browse icon. If
you want to choose another file location,
click this icon. The browse icon and
drop down menus give you access to
computer files only.
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• Thumbnail views of computer files in the
selected location are shown in the lower
right pane.
Transferring Files to
and from the Handset
• To edit a file in your handset, download
the file to your computer by clicking on
the
Download icon in the upper right.
The download function does not save the
file on your computer. To save the file on
your computer you first download it as
described above and then right-click and
select Save from the dropdown menu.
You can then save the file to a specific
location on your hard disk.
• To add a file to the handset, click on the
Update icon.
• To refresh the folder display click the
refresh icon
.
NOTES:
• As used in the Handset Manager software, the term update
has the same meaning as upload.
• You do not necessarily need to select a folder on the
phone’s handset or microSD card. The Handset Manager
automatically locates the appropriate folder for the file type.
Handset Manager Folder Location
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The Handset Manager creates a default folder
in the My Documents folder in Windows. Find
this folder in My Documents > Mobile Action >
Handset Manager. There are also sub-folders
for the different types of files you can work with
in the Handset Manager.
NOTE: To locate handset files using the handset screen, go to
Media Center > File Manager.
Handset Manager Icon
A Handset Manager icon appears in the
system tray, even when the Handset Manager
is minimized. By right-clicking the Handset
Manager icon in the system tray, you can select
the following Handset Manager functions:
Handset Manager, SyncManager, SyncManager
Settings, and Exit.
The appearance of the icon in the system tray
indicates the current status:
Handset Manager is connected with the
handset. SyncManager has launched autosynchronization.
The handset is disconnected from
Handset Manager.
NOTE: When you close the Handset Manager window, the
application remains running in the background. To completely
exit Handset Manager, right click and select Exit.
Music Manager
Control panel columns
To launch the Music Manager, simply launch
the Handset Manager from your desktop and on
the main panel, click the Music Manager icon.
Add playlist
Add smart playlist
Delete playlist
This column
displays the
Library and
playlists/smart
playlists you
have created.
Browse by Genre/
Artist/Album
These columns display the
available media files and
information about these
files.
Handset Manager
The Music Manager allows you to transfer and
organize media files conveniently. You can
create playlists, upload, maintain, and playback
digital music through an easy-to-use interface.
Main control panel
Play
Seek
Search media files
Volume control
Upload to
handset
Music Manager gives you two options to
manage your media files. A Playlist contains
files from the Library while a Smart Playlist
allows you to manage media files in a playlist
based on advanced conditions.
Creating a new playlist/smart playlist
Next
Previous
Browse media files sorted
in Genre/Artist/Album
Change Smart Playlist
settings
NOTE: It will take a few minutes for the PC to read the music
file in your headset and memory card. Wait for two to three
minutes to access this function after you have launched the
Handset Manager.
1. Click the add playlist/smart playlist
button.
2. Drag media files from the library or an
existing playlist to the target playlist/
smart playlist.
NOTE: For information on how to edit or manage playlists/
smart playlists, refer to the Help file in the Handset Manager
application.
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Uploading files to the handset
To upload files to the handset:
NOTE: Make sure the handset is turned on and the device
drivers are installed.
1. Launch Music Manager.
2. ���������������������������������������
Plug one end (type A) of the USB cable
to the PC, then plug the other end (type
B) to the USB port on the handset.
Music Manager detects the handset
connection.
3. Right-click on a file or playlist, then selct
Upload to Handset.
You may also drag a file or playlist
directly to the handset window at the
bottom of the control panel.
4. The handset will power on while leaving
the Music Manager. Press the left soft
key for Com port connection.
Important notes
Phonebook
If you are using Microsoft® Outlook or Outlook
Express, and you do not need to edit contact
entries or manage contact fi elds, you may
choose to automatically synchronize contact or
calendar information using the SyncManager.
Message
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• Use Upload and Download functions to
conduct the SMS synchronization.
• Store the SMS messages in any folder in
•
•
•
•
the Local Folder. Messages to be moved
to the mobile phone should be placed in
the Unsent folder.
Use Insert Objects to add the MIDI ring
tones or animations to the message.
If you have performed phonebook
download, when editing the message,
you can click Receiver to send the
message directly by selecting the names.
The EMS pictures in My Album can be
inserted.
This mobile phone supports EMS
messages. However, pictures, MIDI or
animations added in the message may
not be displayed properly on devices that
do not support EMS messages.
Album
• Pictures saved as main wallpaper
will be re-sized to 240 x 230 pixels
automatically.
• Select a phone file location from the
drop-down menu. The picture file will be
transferred to a folder called Images.
MMS
• MMS messages uploaded to your phone
can only be saved in the Saved Items
folder. You cannot use File Manager to
upload or download MMS files.
• Do not use the Handset Manager MMS
function while the handset is in the MMS
menu or sending and receiving MMS.”
File Manager
Follow these steps to use your handset
as a mass storage device:
1. Connect the handset to a USB port on
computer using the supplied USB data
cable, then turn on your handset.
2. A list of connection types appears in the
handset window. Select Mass Storage.
3. Select My computer > Mass Storage,
and select from Audio, Images, Photos,
Video folders to store your file.
•
When installing Java games, download
“Java Game.jar” from the Internet to
the handset’s Java installation folder.
When the installation is successful, a
message indicates that the installation is
successful.
Video
• You can select storage devices for the
phone in the Video folder from the left of
the window.
• Right-clicking on the window of the
phone and selecting Download is just to
allow this software to read the selected
picture file rather than saving it. To save
the picture file, right-click and select
Save to save the file in the desired folder.
• Click the refresh icon to update the status
of the folder
• The files saved in the phone will be
converted to .3pg format automatically.
• The video file will be transferred to a
folder called Video.
Handset Manager
• You need to select the appropriate folder
for the file type. For example, if you want
to transfer a video file to the handset,
you need to select the Video folder in the
handset. When transferring to the phone,
a file transfer will not be completed if the
location does not match the file type.
• The default folder for Handset Manager
files in the computer is in the My
Documents folder: My Documents >
Mobile Action > Handset Manager.
• When dragging and dropping, the icon
means files cannot be dropped to a
destination.
• When dragging and dropping, the icon
means files can be dropped to a
destination.
• Large files may take a few minutes to
move. To reduce the transfer time, you
may use the handset as a mass storage
device instead.
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Sound
• The handset must be connected to the
computer in order to save an MP3 clip or
update an MP3 clip to the handset.
• You may save MP3 ringtone files in any
location on your computer, though saving
to the assigned Handset Manager folders
may be a convenient way to keep files
organized. When you update MP3 files,
the files are automatically assigned to the
correct location in your handset.
• The file will be transferred to a folder
called “Audio.
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Appendix
Additional Information
Certification Information
(SAR)
European Notice
This mobile phone meets EU requirements
for exposure to radio waves.
Products with the mark comply with the Radio
& Telecommunication Terminal Equipment
Directive (1999/5/EEC), the Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC) and
the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) - as
amended by Directive 93/68/ECC - issued by
the Commission of the European Community.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter
and receiver, designed and manufactured to
meet limits of exposure to radio frequency
(RF) based on international guidelines and
recommendations of The Council of the
European Union. These limits are part of
comprehensive guidelines that establish
permitted levels of RF energy for the general
population. Independent scientific organizations
developed these guidelines through periodic
and thorough evaluation of scientific studies.
The guidelines provide a substantial safety
margin to ensure the safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
Compliance with these directives implies
conformity to the following European Standards:
• 1999/5/EEC Radio & Telecommunication
Terminal Equipment Directive (R&TTE)
EN 301 511
• Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
Standard: EN 50360, EN 50361
• 73/23/EEC Low Voltage Directive (LVD)
Standard: EN 60950:2000
• 89/336/EEC Electromagnetic
Compatibility (EMC-Directive) Standard:
EN 301489-1/7
• The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for modifications made by
the user and the consequences thereof,
The exposure standard for mobile devices
is measured by a unit known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. According to
international guidelines, the SAR limit is
2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg)*. SAR testing is
conducted using standard operating positions
with the device transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all tested frequency
Appendix
The use of this equipment may be subject to
local rules and regulations. The following rules
and regulations may be relevant in some or all
areas where your handset will be in operation.
which may alter the conformity of the
product with the mark.
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bands. Although the SAR is determined at the
highest certified power level, the actual SAR of
the device while operating may be below the
maximum value. This is because the device is
designed to operate at multiple power levels to
use only enough power required to reach the
network. The closer you are to a base station,
the lower the device power output.
The highest SAR value for this mobile phone
when tested for use and compliance to
international standards is 0.931 W/kg.
SAR values may vary depending on national
reporting and testing requirements, as well
as the network band. SAR values may also
vary depending on device accessories and
enhancements used.
* For publicly used mobile phones, the SAR
limit is 2.0 W/kg averaged over 10 grams of
body tissue. A substantial margin of safety gives
the public additional protection and takes into
consideration any measurement variations.
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Proper Disposal
The symbol of the crossed out bin indicates that
the product (electrical and electronic equipment) should not be placed in municipal waste.
Please check local regulations for disposal of
electronic products.
Safety Warnings
You MUST exercise proper control of your
vehicle at all times. Observe the following
safety precautions when driving:
• Do not use a hand-held telephone or
microphone while you are driving.
• When driving, find a safe place to stop
the vehicle before using the phone.
• Do not speak into a hands-free
microphone if it will distract you from
driving.
• You MUST NOT stop on the hard
shoulder of a motorway to answer or
make a call, except in an emergency.
• The radio equipment should be
connected to the antenna via a nonradiating cable (e.g. coaxial cable). The
antenna must be mounted in a position
such that no part of the human body will
normally rest close to any part of the
antenna unless there is an intervening
metallic screen, such as a metallic roof.
Appendix
Read the following safety warnings carefully
before using your cell phone.
• This equipment is intended for use
with power supplied from supplied
battery charger(s) and/or power supply
unit(s). Other usage will invalidate any
certification given to this apparatus and
may be dangerous.
• Switch off your cellular telephone when in
an aircraft. The use of cellular telephones
in an aircraft may be dangerous to the
operation of the aircraft, disrupt cellular
networks, and may be illegal. Failure
to observe this instruction may lead to
suspension or denial of cellular telephone
services to the offender, legal action or
both.
• Do not use the phone or phone
equipment when at a refueling point.
• Observe restrictions on the use of radio
equipment in fuel depots, chemical
plants, or where blasting operations are
in progress.
• The use of the Alert device to operate a
vehicle’s lights or horn on public roads is
not permitted.
Notes:
• In some areas where electric current is unstable, it is
recommended that you plug the charger to an AVR (AC
Voltage Regulator) instead of direct connection to a power
outlet. Unstable power current may damage the charger
and/or the device.
• You can connect the USB charger or USB data cable to the
device in only one orientation. Incorrect insertion of the cable
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