Mitsubishi Electric M750 User guide

English
T his guide des cribes the operation of the GSM telephones M750.
Edition 1, 2003. © Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A., 2003
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE 4
YOUR
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5
6
PAGE 7
CLOSED CLAMSHELL ____________________________
OPEN CLAMSHELL _____________________________
PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS _______________________
GETTING STARTED
M750
7
7
PAGE 10
PREPARING THE PHONE FOR OPERATION _____________
BASIC OPERATIONS ____________________________
USING THIS GUIDE
PAGE 13
INTRODUCTION
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SAR _______________________________________
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ___________________
GENERAL SAFETY _____________________________
VEHICLE SAFETY _____________________________
EMERGENCY CALLS ___________________________
CARE AND MAINTENANCE _______________________
AC/DC ADAPTER CHARGER ______________________
BATTERY USE _______________________________
PC CABLE __________________________________
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY _________________________
SECURITY CODES _____________________________
DISPOSING OF WASTE PACKAGING ________________
TOOLS
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DIARY _____________________________________
CALCULATOR ________________________________
CURRENCY CONVERTER ________________________
ALARM CLOCK _______________________________
INFRARED PORT ______________________________
USING YOUR MOBILE AS A MODEM ________________
MESSAGES
READING A RECEIVED SMS MESSAGE ______________ 23
READING STORED SMS MESSAGES ________________ 23
MOVING MESSAGES TO SIM ______________________ 23
FORWARDING MESSAGES _______________________ 24
ACTIVATING OR DEACTIVATING THE MESSAGE RECEPTION
ALERT ______________________________________________ 24
PREPARING THE PHONE TO SEND SMS MESSAGES _____ 24
ENTERING TEXT ______________________________ 25
TEXT MODELS _______________________________ 27
EDITING A TEXT MODEL ________________________ 27
SENDING A NEW SMS MESSAGE __________________ 27
SIGNATURE _________________________________ 28
VOICE MAIL _________________________________ 29
OUTBOX AND SIM ARCHIVE EMITTED MESSAGES _______ 29
STATUS REQUEST ____________________________ 30
STORAGE CONSUMPTION _______________________ 30
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MULTIMEDIA MESSAGES
READING A RECEIVED MMS MESSAGE ______________
SAVING RECEIVED MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE CONTENT ____
WRITING AND SENDING A MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE ______
FILLING IN THE MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE CARD FIELDS ____
SENDING MESSAGES FROM THE OUTBOX ____________
EDITING MULTIMEDIA MESSAGES FROM
THE DRAFTS FOLDER ________________________________
STORAGE CONSUMPTION _______________________
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E-MAILS
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READING A RECEIVED E-MAIL _____________________ 37
COMPOSING AN E-MAIL _________________________ 38
SETTINGS ___________________________________ 39
SENDING AN E-MAIL FROM THE OUTBOX _____________ 39
EDITING E-MAILS FROM THE DRAFTS FOLDER _________ 40
STORAGE CONSUMPTION ________________________ 40
CALLS & TIMES
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CALLS LOG __________________________________ 41
CALL TIMERS ________________________________ 41
CALL COSTS - MANAGEMENT _____________________ 42
RECORDED CALL ______________________________ 43
PHONEBOOK
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STORING NAMES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS _________ 44
EDITING A PHONEBOOK OR A SIM NAME CARD _________ 45
VIEWING AND CALLING PHONEBOOK NUMBERS ________ 46
VOICE DIALLING ______________________________ 47
FREE SPACE IN THE PHONEBOOK __________________ 47
CREATING A GROUP OF CARDS ___________________ 47
MY CARD ___________________________________ 48
MY NUMBER(S) DISPLAY ________________________ 48
FIXED DIALLING NUMBERS _______________________ 49
EXPORT ____________________________________ 49
CAMERA
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MOBILE POSITIONING ___________________________ 50
TAKING A PICTURE ____________________________ 51
ADJUSTING YOUR PICTURE ______________________ 52
STORING/ERASING YOUR PICTURE _________________ 53
SELF TIMER _________________________________ 53
FUN & MEDIA BOX
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PICTURES ___________________________________ 54
MELODIES ___________________________________ 56
SPEECH NOTES _______________________________ 57
GAMES AND APPLICATIONS ______________________ 57
OTHERS ____________________________________ 59
STORAGE USED ______________________________ 60
CALENDAR
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NETWORK SERVICES
PAGE 62
WAP™
PAGE 68
STORING THE CONNECTION SETTINGS ______________ 62
STARTING A WAP™ SESSION _____________________ 62
ENDING THE ONLINE CONNECTION _________________ 63
PERSONALISING YOUR CONNECTION SETTINGS ________ 64
ADVANCED SETTINGS ON WAP™ PROFILES __________ 67
SETTINGS
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TONES _____________________________________ 68
DISPLAY ____________________________________ 69
KEYPAD ____________________________________ 70
PHONE SETTINGS _____________________________ 71
CONNECTION MANAGER _________________________ 73
GSM SERVICES _______________________________ 75
SECURITY FEATURES ___________________________ 78
CERTIFICATES ________________________________ 80
WIM MANAGER _______________________________ 80
APPENDIX
PAGE 86
GLOSSARY __________________________________ 81
TROUBLE SHOOTING ___________________________ 82
ERROR MESSAGES ____________________________ 83
GUARANTEE _________________________________ 85
INDEX
3- Table of contents
YOUR M750
CLOSED CLAMSHELL
Side key
Infrared port
Short press:
reject a call
Long press:
start camera
preview
External
screen
Headset
connector
Camera lens
Ringer
ACDC Charger
connector
PC cable
connector
4- Your M750
OPEN CLAMSHELL
Internal screen
Speaker
(Main screen)
High quality colour
graphic display
Access to menu
Function indication
(works with OK key)
for left softkey
Left softkey
Function indication
Short press: quick
access to Wap
Long press: functions
list for the softkey
for right softkey
Side key
Right softkey
Long press: start
camera preview
Short press: quick
access to the
Messages services
Long press: functions
list for the softkey
Infrared port
Call/Send key
Short press: dial displayed
number or name, answer calls
or display last dialled
Long press: voice recognition
On/Off, End key
Long press: turn the
phone On or Off.
Short press: end a
call/reject a call and
return to the standby
display
Alphanumeric
keys
To enter numbers and
text
OK key
Power connector
Short press : (standby screen)
quick access to main
menu
Long press : quick access to Wap
NAVIGATION KEY
& QUICK ACCESS TO:
Alert mode setting (short press) &
My card sending (long press)
Phonebook
Menu
Speech notes playing (short press) &
Speech notes recording (long press)
5- Your M750
PRELIMINARY OPERATIONS
INSERTING AND EXTRACTING THE SIM CARD
FITTING THE BATTERY COVER
FITTING AND REMOVING THE BATTERY
CHARGING THE BATTERY
When the battery is empty, 1 hours and 30 minutes
are required to have your mobile fully charged.
6- Your M750
GETTING STARTED
PREPARING THE PHONE FOR OPERATION
Please refer to "preliminary operations", page 6.
BASIC OPERATIONS
TURNING THE PHONE ON
1
2
3
4
Open the clamshell.
Press and hold the On/Off key. A tone sounds at mobile activation. When switching the
mobile on for the first time or if the phone was incorrectly switched off
may be displayed.
If your SIM card is PIN protected, Enter PIN is displayed.
Enter the PIN code and select OK.
If asked, enter the date & time settings or select Exit if the settings are fine.
1. Please refer to " security codes", page 16 and to "security features", page 78 for more details on your PIN
and lock codes.
2. When the phone is on and the clamshell is open the external screen is off; when the clamshell is closed the
external screeen lights up except at mobile activation (both screens are on until the mobile has found the
network).
If an image is set as a Welcome screen and/or a melody is set as a Welcome melody, the mobile first requests for the pin code then shows the selected image/animation and plays the selected melody before showing the standby display (please see "setting an image as a main
screen, an external screen, a welcome or a goodbye screen from the pictures folder", page 55
and "melodies", page 56).
MAKING A CALL
The phone can make and receive calls only when it is switched on, when a valid SIM card is
inserted and when it is connected to a GSM and DCS network service.
If the keypad is locked you can receive calls but you cannot make any (see "keypad lock", page 8).
To make a call:
1
2
Dial the phone number or select one from your phonebook (press the left arrow key from the
standby display, select one of the available names).
Press on the Call/Send key (
is displayed).
While in conversation an Options list (Speaker On or Speaker Off, AutoDTMF, Hold, Mute
or Unmute, End call and Record) and Sp.on (Speaker On)/Sp.off (Speaker Off, after the
speaker was set to On) are available on the left and right softkeys.
ANSWERING A CALL
When receiving a phone call (
1
is displayed):
Press on the Call/Send key.
You can also answer a call by opening the clamshell. Please see "active flip", page 72.
REJECTING A CALL
When receiving a phone call:
1
Press on the Side key(clamshell in closed position), press the On/Off key or Close the
clamshell to reject the call .
ENDING A CALL:
1
Press on the On/Off key.
You can also end a call by closing the clamshell. Please see "active flip", page 72.
7- Getting started
CLOSING THE CLAMSHELL
When closing the clamshell, the main screen is automatically switched off and the external
screen is automaticaly switched on. When the clamshell is closed and the mobile receives a
call an incoming call animation and the caller’s identity (network dependent feature) are displayed on the external screen.
HOLDING YOUR PHONE (WHILE MAKING OR RECEIVING A CALL)
Avoid covering the
upper back half of
the phone so as to
achieve best reception
quality.
Recommended
way.
Please be warned that you should not, when using the hands free mode, put the phone to your ear.
THE STANDBY DISPLAY
When switched on, the mobile searches connection with the network. When the
connection is established a tone sounds and the network and/or service provider
name or logo are displayed together with the time and date, the signal strength and
the battery charge level. If the mobile cannot find a valid network the signal strength
and the operator name are not displayed.
The four arrows indicate features that can be reached via the four arrows on the cursor key.
The oval symbol in the middle of the cursor key shows that the Menu can be reached
by pressing on the OK key (in the middle of the cursor key).
Wap and Message indicate that you can directly access the Wap feature and the message services
by pressing on the softkeys.
shows your mobile is attached to a GPRS network.
THE EXTERNAL SCREEN
When switched on the mobile searches connection with the network. When the
connection is established a tone sounds and the network and/or service provider
name or logo are displayed together with the time, the signal strength and the battery level. If the mobile cannot find a valid network the signal strength and
the operator name are not displayed.
KEYPAD LOCK
When activated the keypad lock feature prevents accidental actions (e.g. camera activation) being
made by while the phone is carried in a pocket or a bag for instance. Incoming calls can however
be received and answered. When the call is over the keypad lock is automatically reactivated.
To activate the keypad lock from the standby display:
1
Press and hold
. Keypad locked is displayed.
To activate the keypad lock from the main menu:
1 Press OK. Select Settings.
2
Select Keypad, then select Keypad lock.
To deactivate the keypad lock:
1
Select Unlock and press
or press and hold
. Keypad unlocked is displayed.
8- Getting started
TURNING THE PHONE OFF
1
Press and hold the On/Off key.
A tone sounds to confirm your action. A Goodbye screen is displayed while the mobile switches
off (you can set a Goodbye melody and/or picture to be played/displayed at mobile switch off
(please see "setting an image as a main screen, an external screen, a welcome or a goodbye
screen from the pictures folder", page 55 and "melodies", page 56).
Do not take the battery out of the mobile without turning the phone off. Data might be lost. Should this happen
a first-aid kit symbol is displayed at next power up of the mobile.
POWER SAVER
To allow you enjoy optimised use of your mobile, a power saver screen is automatically displayed
(on the external or on the main screen depending on the clamshell state) after one minute when
the phone is not being used. It displays your service provider name and the time.
The power saver does not prevent any operation. You can thus get a call, an SMS, etc. while
the power saver is on. The
symbol is displayed on power saver mode instead of the time
when an event (new message, unanswered call information,...) has occurred on your mobile.
This symbol is displayed until you have read all the new events.
Pressing any key allows return to an active screen.
When a PC cable is connected to the mobile and you are using a file transfer software the power saving mode
will not be active.
To enjoy optimised use of your mobile standby and talk time please do not forget to disconnect the PC cable
after use.
9- Getting started
USING THIS GUIDE
P
lease read this user guide carefully. It contains information about your phone and the way
that it operates on the network. Some of the features described in this user guide are network
dependent. Do not forget to check with your service provider which of these you can use. You
may need to take additional subscriptions to activate some features.
KEY ACTIONS
To help you quickly get familiar with your mobile, here is how to use the keypad.
OK key in the middle of the cursor key (to validate OK on the display and get to the
animated Icons menu: see pictures below).
Left softkey (to validate the item above: usually an action, such as option).
Right softkey (to validate the action above: usually Exit).
Right arrow on cursor key.
Left arrow on cursor key.
Up arrow on cursor key.
Down arrow on cursor key.
Send and Call key.
End, On and Off key.
ICONS MENU
The availability of the Calendar or Network services menu depends on your
SIM card.
USER GUIDE NOTATION
Here is how to follow the instructions of this user guide and use your mobile.
Press OK
Press the
key to select OK (middle of the display).
Press OK. select
From the standby display press the
key to access the main menu,
Settings.
scroll up, down, left or right to the Settings menu item and press OK
to access the sub-menu.
Select Read (item above Press the
key underneath Read.
right or left softkey)
Select Melodies
Use the cursor key to scroll up, down, left or right to the required
menu item and validate by pressing OK.
E.g. ’Select Melodies’: scroll to Melodies menu item and press the
OK key to validate your selection.
Select ’Cancel’
A short press allows to return to the previous screen and a long press
or ’Exit’
to return to the Idle state.
View...
The ... indicate more options or sub-menus are available when
pressing OK.
Unless otherwise specified all the settings and features described in this user guide are to be adjusted once
the clamshell is open.
USING THE DYNAMIC SCROLL PANELS
When scrolling the menu the following scroll panel type allows to have a clear
view of the information to be entered.
10- Using this guide
1
2
3
The list of the elements to be entered is displayed. Scroll down to the field(s) you want to fill
in and press OK.
Type in the requested information or select the requested item and select OK to validate.
Fill in as many fields as necessary and select Save to store all the entered information.
The arrow keys displayed at the bottom of the screen show the scrolling possibilities.
UNDERSTANDING THE GRAPHIC DISPLAY INDICATORS (ICONS)
Icons are displayed on your mobile screen. They show the phone state and operational conditions
when in use.
The following icons may be displayed:
SIM memory in use
Phone memory in use: refers to information from the phonebook cards.
GPRS service icon. It indicates data packet services are available.
GPRS connection icon. Is displayed when a GPRS connection is in progress.
Roaming. Is displayed when the phone is connected to a network different from its home
network.
Call diverting. Indicates all incoming calls are permanently being diverted. Call diverting
is network dependent.
Alarm clock.
Vibrator alert.
Keypad lock.
Line 2. Indicates the second line is in use (subscription dependent).
Silent mode on.
Mute.
Infrared port. Indicates the infrared port is active. i.e. data can be received via the
infrared port.
Short message service (SMS). Is displayed when one or many short messages have
been received and not yet read.
flashes when the SMS message box is full and no
new message can be stored. SMS availability is network dependent.
Voice Mail. Is displayed when a Voice Mail message has been received and stored by the
networks Voice Mail centre. Voice Mail availability is network dependent.
Outgoing Call.
Incoming Call.
Withheld number is displayed when the caller does not allow showing his identity.
Unanswered call is displayed when an incoming call was unanswered.
Battery level indicator. Is permanently displayed to show the current battery charge
level. Five levels are shown: from full (5 bars)
to low
(one bar). All the icon is
empty when the mobile needs recharging.
Signal strength level. There are five strength levels. They show the strength of the
received signal. The more bars the stronger the signal. If the network cannot be reached
no strength level is displayed.
Tegic edition mode.
Multitap edition mode.
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New event. Is displayed on power saver mode to indicate a new event has occurred.
Arrow keys. These icons are displayed during menu operation to indicate more items in
the menu can be reached by pressing
or
.
Secured connection. This icon is displayed when a secured connection is in progress.
Written e-mail with attachment.
Read e-mail with attachment.
Sent e-mail with attachment.
E-mail to be read with attachment.
Mail or MMS on mobile.
Mail or MMS box on mobile full.
Mail on server.
MMS on server.
Mailbox on server full.
MMS box on server full.
Java™ software in use.
Java™ application icon is displayed when a java application is running.
Problem in launching the Java™ connection.
In Fusio™ connection in progress.
12- Using this guide
INTRODUCTION
hank you for purchasing the M750 (GSM, DCS) mobile telephone. The mobile telephone
described in this guide is approved for use on all GSM 900/1800 networks. Some of the
messages displayed on your mobile may be different according to your subscription type and/
or service provider.
As with all types of radio transceivers this mobile telephone emits electromagnetic waves and
complies with international regulations when it is used under normal conditions and in accordance
with the safety and warning messages given below.
T
SAR
THIS M750 PHONE MEETS THE EU REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES.
Before a mobile phone is available for sale to the public, compliance with the European R&TTE
directive (1999/5/CE) must be shown. This directive includes as one essential requirement the
protection of the health and the safety for the user and any other person.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to
exceed the limits for exposure to radiofrequency (RF) energy recommended by The Council of
the European Union1. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted
levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines were developed by independent
scientific organisations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The limits
include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of
age and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones (CENELEC standard EN 50360: 2000) employs a unit
of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit2 recommended
by The Council of the European Union is 2.0 W/kg. Tests for SAR have been conducted using
standard operating positions (with reference to CENELEC standard EN 50361: 2000) with the
phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands3. Although
the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone
while operating can be well below the maximum value. This is because the phone is designed
to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power required to reach the network. In
general, the closer you are to a base station antenna, the lower the power output.
The highest SAR value for this M750 model when tested for compliance against the standard
was 0.511W/kg. While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones
and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF exposure.
Additional information from the World Health Organization (WHO)
Individuals: Present scientific information does not indicate the need for any special precautions for use of mobile phones. If individuals are concerned, they might choose to limit their own
or their children’s’ RF exposure by limiting the length of calls, or using "hands-free" devices to
keep mobile phones away from the head and body.
RF absorbing devices: Scientific evidence does not indicate any need for RF-absorbing
covers or other "absorbing devices" on mobile phones. They cannot be justified on health
grounds and the effectiveness of many such devices in reducing RF exposure is unproven.
Source: WHO Fact Sheet 193, June 2000.
WHO: www.who.int/peh-emf.
1. European recommendation 1999/519/CE
2. The SAR limit for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten
grams of tissue. The limit incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional protection
for the public and to account for any variations in measurements.
3. The maximum level of GSM emitted power is 250mW at 900 MHz and 125 mW at 1800 MHz
according to the GSM standard.
13- Introduction
There are a number of independent sources of information available to users including:
Royal Society of Canada: www.rsc.ca
The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP): www.icnirp.de
The US Food and Drug Administration: www.fda.gov/cellphones/
The World Health Organization: www.who.int/emf
Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A. belongs to the MMF, an international association
of radio equipment manufacturers.
The MMF produces information such as this in accordance with its purpose of developing and
presenting industry positions to independent research organisations, government and other
research bodies.
Mobile Manufacturers Forum
Diamant Building, 80 Blvd. A. Reyers
B-1030 Brussels Belgium
www.mmfai.org
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Hereby, Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A., declares that this VGH07C (M750) is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
You can find a copy of the full Declaration of Conformity on our website :
http://www.mitsubishi-telecom.com
GENERAL SAFETY
It is important to follow any special regulations regarding the use of radio equipment, due to
the possibility of radio frequency interference.
Please follow the safety advice given below.
Switch off phone and remove the battery when in an aircraft. The use of mobile
telephones in an aircraft may endanger the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the mobile
phone network and is illegal.
Switch off phone when at any refuelling point or near inflammable material.
Switch off phone in hospitals and any other place where medical equipment may be in
use.
Respect restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants or
where blasting operations are in progress.
There may be a hazard associated with the operation of phones close to inadequately
protected personal medical devices such as hearing aids and pacemakers. Consult
your doctor or the manufacturers of the medical device to determine if it is adequately
protected.
Operation of phone close to other electronic equipment may also cause interference if
the equipment is inadequately protected. Observe any warning signs and
manufacturers recommendations.
VEHICLE SAFETY
Respect national regulations on the use of mobile telephones in vehicles.
Road safety always comes first! Always give your full attention to driving.
- Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. If you do not have a 'hands free' car kit, stop
and park your vehicle safely before using your phone. Please ensure you are fully aware of
the laws in your country in relation to the use of hand-held mobile devices whilst driving.
- If incorrectly installed in a vehicle the operation of mobile telephones can interfere with the
correct operation of the vehicle electronics, such as ABS anti-lock brakes or air bags. To
avoid such problems ensure that only qualified personnel carry out the installation.
- Do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it could break loose during sudden
breaking or a collision. Always use the holder.
14- Introduction
EMERGENCY CALLS
You can make emergency calls by dialling the European standard emergency number 112
even if there is no SIM card in your phone. Emergency calls can even be made if the phone
is PIN or electronically locked or call barred. In some countries local emergency numbers can
still be used for emergency purposes but the phone may have to contain a valid SIM card.
When making an emergency call remember to give all the necessary information as accurately
as possible. The phone may be the only means of communication at the scene of an emergency
therefore do not cut off the call until told to do so. (Note : 112 is country dependent)
Mobile phones rely on wireless and landline networks which cannot be guaranteed in all conditions. Therefore
you should never rely solely on wireless phones for essential emergency communications.
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
This mobile telephone is the product of advanced engineering, design and craftsmanship and
should be treated with care. The suggestions below can help you to enjoy this product for
many years.
- Do not expose the phone to any extreme environment where the temperature or humidity is high.
- Do not expose or store your mobile in cold temperatures. When the phone warms up after switch
on, to its normal temperature, moisture can form inside which can damage the electrical parts.
- Do not attempt to disassemble the phone. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
- Do not expose the phone to water, rain or spilt beverages. It is not waterproof.
- Do not abuse this phone by dropping, knocking or violent shaking. Rough handling can damage it.
- Do not clean the phone with strong chemicals or solvents. Wipe it only with a soft, slightly
dampened cloth.
- Do not place the telephone alongside computer discs, credit or travel cards or other magnetic
media. The information contained on discs or cards may be affected by the phone.
- Do not connect incompatible products. The use of third party equipment or accessories, not
made or authorised by Mitsubishi Electric, invalidates the warranty of your phone and can be
a safety risk.
- Do not remove the labels. The numbers on it are important for aftersale service and other
related purposes.
- Do contact an authorised service centre in case of any problem.
AC/DC ADAPTER CHARGER
This mobile phone was designed to be used only with the supplied AC/DC charger. Use of
any other charger or adapter invalidates any approval given to this apparatus and is very
dangerous.
BATTERY USE
You can charge a battery hundreds of times but gradually it wears out. When the operating
time (stand-by and talk time) is noticeably shorter than normal it is time to buy a new battery.
If the battery is totally empty the battery level symbol may not be displayed at once when connecting the battery charger. Moreover the mobile cannot be turned on. Up to 15 minutes may
be necessary to reach the required 4% battery charge to turn your mobile on and allow the
battery charge symbol to be displayed.
- Do not leave batteries connected to a charger longer than necessary. Overcharging shortens
battery life.
- Disconnect battery chargers from the power source when not in use.
- Do not expose batteries to high temperatures or humidity.
- Do not dispose of the batteries in fire. They can explode.
- Avoid putting the batteries into contact with metal objects which can short circuit the battery
terminals (e.g. keys, paper clips, coins, etc.).
- Do not drop or subject the batteries to strong physical shocks.
- Do not try to disassemble any of the battery packs.
- Use only the recommended battery chargers (see above).
- If the battery terminals become soiled, clean them with a soft cloth.
- Batteries may become warm during charging. Please do not be alarmed.
15- Introduction
BATTERY DISPOSAL
In compliance with European environmental protection directives, used batteries must be
returned to the place of sale, where they are collected free of charge.
Don't throw away your batteries in your household waste.
PC CABLE
The PC cable allows to connect your mobile telephone to a Personal Computer in order to
exchange data.
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
This GSM mobile telephone is your responsibility. Please handle it with care and in respect
of local regulations. Please keep it in a safe place at all times and out of reach of children.
Become familiar with and use the security features to block unauthorized use. If your phone
and/or SIM card are lost or stolen, call your service provider immediately to prevent illegal
use.
When not in use, turn off the phone and remove the battery.
SECURITY CODES
The phone and SIM card are delivered to you pre-programmed with codes that protect the
phone and SIM card against unauthorized use. A short description of each follows. See “security
features”, page 78 to change your PIN and phonelock codes.
PIN AND PIN2 CODES (4-8 DIGITS)
All SIM cards have a PIN (Personal Identity Number). It protects the card against unauthorized
use.
Entering the wrong PIN code three times disables the SIM card and the message SIM
Blocked is then displayed. Enter PUK: appears.
PUK AND PUK2 CODES (8 DIGITS).
Please ask your service provider for your PUK code. Use it to unblock a disabled SIM card
(see page “security features”, page 78).
The PUK2 code is required to unblock the PIN2 code (see above).
CALL BARRING PASSWORD (4 DIGITS)
This password is used to bar various types of calls, made or received, from the phone (see
“call barring password”, page 78).
PHONELOCK CODE (4 DIGITS)
This code is set to 0000 on delivery. You can change it. Once changed it cannot be identified by
the manufacturer over the phone. Please refer to “phone lock code”, page 78 for more details.
We advise you remember these codes and make yourself familiar with their purpose and operation.
DISPOSING OF WASTE PACKAGING
The packaging used for this phone is made of recyclable materials and as such should be
disposed of in accordance with your national legislation on the protection of the environment.
Please take care to separate the cardboard and plastic elements and to dispose of them in
the correct manner.
16- Introduction
TOOLS
W
hen scrolling to the Tools menu from the main icons menu, direct access to
the Infrared port section is possible by selecting Infrared on the left side of
the display.
The Tools menu allows access to a diary, a calculator, a currency converter,
an alarm clock and the infrared port opening.
DIARY
The Diary is divided into three parts:
- Calendar (to manage the events),
- Tasks list (to manage the tasks),
- Storage used (to provide the diary memory information).
An event is a diary entry that has a direct implication on your timetable (e.g. a meeting).
A task is a diary entry that has no direct implication on your timetable (e.g. organising a journey).
CALENDAR
The calendar allows to store up to 100 events to occur either once, daily, weekly, monthly or
yearly. Each entry can contain up to 50 characters plus a reminder alarm. Events can be viewed
on a daily, a weekly or a monthly basis. Events can be sent via the Infrared port or by SMS.
TO ENTER AN EVENT:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Diary.
Select Calendar. A Monthly or a Daily view is displayed (the Daily view is displayed if an
event is related to the current day).
Select Options.
Select New event.
An empty new event card is displayed with the following fields:
-Title (to type up to 10 characters)
-Description (to type up to 50 characters)
-Starting date and time
-Ending date and time
-Alarm
-Location
-Repetition
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7
Enter or select the requested data. Confirm each entry by pressing OK.
Select Save to confirm data storage.
TO VIEW TODAY’S ENTRIES:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Diary.
Select Calendar.
Select Options.
Select View... then Today to view the current day’s entries or select Day
view to view the selected day entries.
In the Today view each event is displayed on one line as follows :
-A graphic representation ( ) if an alarm was set),
-The event starting time,
-The first part of the event title,
Red events show time conflicts were found on two or more events.
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The following actions are available:
ACTIONS
PURPOSE
To move down to the next event or loops back to the first one
To move up to the previous event or loops to the last one
To move to the previous day
To move to the next day
An Options list is available. It allows to change the current View..., to Create a New event or
Modify an event, Send it by... Infrared port, SMS and E-mail, Export... it, Delete one event
or Delete all events.
TO VIEW WEEKLY ENTRIES,
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Diary.
Select Calendar.
Select Options.
Select View... then Week view.
The week events are in chronological order. Each event is represented as a bar (its length depends on its duration. The red colour shows event conflicts. The purple colour shows if the
alarm is activated or not).
The following actions are available:
ACTIONS
PURPOSE
To move down to the next time interval
To move up to the next time interval
To move to the previous day
To scroll to the previous week
To move to the following day
To scroll to the following week
(short press)
(long press)
(short press)
(long press)
An Options list is available. It allows to change the current View..., to Create a New event, Export... the Events in a defined period/All events or Delete all events.
TO VIEW MONTHLY ENTRIES:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Diary.
Select Calendar.
Select Options.
Select View... and Month view.
The whole month is displayed.
If the selected month is the current one, the curent day’s date is rounded and coloured. Colours
show the days (and alarm activation) of the stored events.The following actions are available:
ACTIONS
(short press)
(long press)
(short press)
(long press)
PURPOSE
To move down within the current display
To move up within the current display
To move to the previous day
To scroll to the previous month
To move to the following day
To scroll to the following month
An Options list is available. It allows to change the current View..., to Create a New event,
Export... the Events in a defined period/All events or Delete all events.
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TASKS LIST
This feature enables to store up to 100 tasks to be done (To do), scheduled with a start and a
due date, with or without a reminder alarm.
TO ENTER A NEW TASK:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Diary.
Select Tasks list.
Select New task and enter the required information.
An empty task card is displayed with the following fields:
- A title (up to 10 characters)
- A description (up to 50 characters)
- A starting date
- A due date
- An audio alarm which can be activated at a defined time
5
6
Enter or select the requested data. Confirm each entry by pressing OK .
Select Save to confirm data storage.
TO DISPLAY A TASKS LIST:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Diary.
Select Tasks list.
Select Current tasks or Elapsed tasks.
The tasks are displayed in a list, ordered by date. If an alarm is activated for a task is displayed.
An Options list is available. It allows to create a New task, to Modify the current task, to Send
a task by... Infrared port, by SMS or by E-mail, to Export... Tasks in period or All tasks, to
Delete the current task or to Delete all tasks period.
EXPORTING AN EVENT
The Export... option allows to create a file so as to exchange events with another device such
as a PC or another mobile. The created file can contain all the events stored in the calendar
(select All events) or in a time interval (Select Events in period).
1
2
3
Press Options (from the Day, Week or Month view). Scroll down and select Export...
Select All events or select Events in period then define the time period (Between / And)
and select Export.
The exported file is stored in the Others folder of the Fun & Media box menu. You can then
send it to another device (please see "others", page 59).
The exported calendar item is stored as a .vcs file.
ALARM NOTIFICATION
The alarm notification screen is displayed on due time according to the event or task it is related to.
If it is not acknowledged the alarm stops ringing after 60 seconds. It automatically restarts after a
snooze time until it is stopped or up to the beginning/ending time and date of the event/task.
1
Press Valid to acknowledge the alarm or press Snooze to repeat the alarm after the snooze
period.
1. When the clamshell is closed press on the Side key to activate the Snooze feature.
2. Snooze is only available on an event alarm.
STORAGE USED
This feature displays the number of Diary registered events and tasks. The following actions
are available in the Options menu:
ACTIONS
PURPOSE
Delete events
To delete the events of the defined time period.
Delete tasks
To delete the tasks of the defined time period.
Delete all events To delete all the events stored in Calendar.
Delete all tasks To delete the tasks stored in the Diary.
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CALCULATOR
This feature allows simple calculations using + (plus), - (minus), * (multiplication), / (division)
and % (percentage) functions.
If the currency converter is initialised, numbers can be converted during calculations.
To use the calculator,
1
2
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Calculator .
The phone is ready to perform simple calculations.
Press keys
to
to type numbers. Press the
multitap (for further details on the multitap
text entry method please see "entering text", page 25) to get +, -, * and / symbols. Use the
multitap to type decimal points or %.
Press Clear during a calculation to correct an entry. Press = to get the operation result.
Example
144 x 12 = 1728
key sequence
display
144
Press
3x
*
12
=
1728
Following the above example, pressing = again calculates 1728 x 12 = 20736
Pressing Clear deletes the result.
The % function can only be used (entered) as the last operator during a calculation.
e.g.250 - 10% = 225
An integrated currency converter facility is also available. See Currency converter underneath.
Example
using the currency converter £ - €:
€154 + €3 = £ 97.1374
key sequence
display
Select Curr.
95.2813
+
1.8561
=
97.1374
1. This example was made on the basis of the following exchange rate: €1 = £0.61871
2. The Currency converter feature can be reached from the Calculator and from the Currency converter submenus.
CURRENCY CONVERTER
This feature allows currency converting. The currencies and exchange rates have to be entered
before first use. The conversion is calculated on the per unit exchange rate of the second selected currency.
To select the currencies and the exchange rate:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Currency converter.
Select Settings.
Enter the first currency name (e.g. Yen). Press OK.
Enter the second currency name (e.g. Dollar). Press OK.
Enter the exchange rate using
to enter a decimal point.
Press OK to validate the entry. Press Save to confirm data storage.
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To calculate the conversion between the chosen currencies:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Currency converter.
Select one of the first two options.
Enter the amount to be converted. Press
to insert a decimal point if needed.
Press OK. The converted amount and the exchange rate information are displayed.
ALARM CLOCK
This feature allows setting a daily Reminder Alarm.
To set a time and turn the alarm on:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Alarm clock.
Select On and enter the alarm time or press OK to validate the displayed time.
is displayed when coming back to the standby display.
When 'On' the alarm operates at the same time every day until turned Off.
If the phone is off at alarm time the phone automatically switches on.
To use the alarm as a Reminder or a Snooze Alarm:
1
Press No ring, or any other key (except Valid. and OK) to snooze the alarm. The alarm
icons remain on the display and the alarm re-starts ringing 3 minutes later.
Or press Valid. or OK to acknowledge the alarm and stop the alarm clock process.
If the phone is locked or if the PIN setting is on, the phone returns to this locked state after the
alarm has rung until you operate it.
If the alarm is acknowledged but not validated after the 3rd (and final) alarm ringing the alarm
indicators remain on the display for up to 15 minutes (the mobile afterwards either goes back
to its 'on' or 'off' previous state).
If a call is in progress at alarm time a 'Call in progress' alert beep sounds and a visual alert is displayed every
3 minutes. Validate or acknowledge the alarm the usual way.
To turn the alarm off:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Alarm clock .
Select Off.
INFRARED PORT
The infrared port allows to exchange data between the mobile and other devices (provided they
have a compatible infrared port).
You can for instance download or send files such as images for your main screen (see "pictures", page 54 ), send or receive name cards,...
To initiate a transfer via the infrared port your mobile must be placed facing another infrared
port before port opening.
Both ports can then be opened and synchronised. The requested transfer can be performed.
Objects (e.g name cards) are transferred one by one.
OPENING THE INFRARED PORT
Opening the infrared port allows you to receive information via this port.
Once opened, the infrared port can be used for any kind of transfer (data, fax, file transfer,...).
The infrared port is automatically closed after a while.
To open the infrared port:
1
2
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Infrared port.
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or:T
1
2
Press OK. Scroll to Tools.
Press on Infrared (left softkey).
The infrared port is then automatically opened and
is displayed on the idle screen.
CLOSING THE INFRARED PORT
Closing the infrared port closes all infrared sessions.
To close the infrared port:
1
2
Press OK. Select Tools.
Select Infrared port,
1
2
Press OK. Scroll to Tools.
Press on Infrared (left softkey).
or:
The infrared port is then automatically closed.
1. The infrared port automatically closes if it remains unused for a while.
2. If the file received via the infrared port has no name or if its name already exists in the mobile, the mobile
generates a new name for the file.
TRANSFERRING A NAME CARD VIA THE INFRARED PORT
You can transfer a name card via the infrared port:
1
2
3
4
Place your mobile opposite the other device infrared port.
Open the other device infrared port.
Select the card you wish to transfer as explained in section "viewing and calling phonebook
numbers", page 46.
Select Options. Select Send by... Infrared port.
The infrared port is opened and the transfer is then performed.
USING YOUR MOBILE AS A MODEM
You can use your mobile as a modem for other devices (PC, PDA,...) via the infrared port (on
both devices) or via a PC cable. To launch a connection you previously need to have a standard
modem driver installed on the other device:
1
2
3
Install the PC cable or open the Infrared port on your PC or PDA.
Install the modem driver.
Configure the PC according to the instructions given with the modem driver.
Please enter the following parameters:
- Flow control: Hardware
- Data Bits: 8
- Parity: No parity
- Stop Bit: 1 stop Bit
- Speed: 115200b/s
The PC cable may not be supplied with your mobile. Please ask your retailer for an M750 compatible PC cables.
Your mobile:
1
Plug in the PC cable (please see Table , page 4).
1
Open your mobile Infrared port.
or:
If your mobile is set to Modem mode (Please see "security features", page 78) all incoming calls are rejected.
If your mobile is not set to Modem mode your Internet connection may be interrupted by incoming calls.
Once both devices are ready the dial up connection can be launched (without any action being
performed on your mobile).
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MESSAGES
T
his section describes the contents of the Messages menu and bears full information
on the Short Message Service. Other types of messages can be sent and received
via your mobile. Please refer to the e-mails (page 37) and Multimedia Messages
(page 31) sections for full information on e-mail and Multimedia Messages.
The Short Message Service (SMS) enables to send or receive text messages
to or from other mobile phones. You can store, edit and forward messages as
well as save any of the numbers they may contain.
These SMS are stored on the phone memory; they may also be stored in the
SIM card if they are sent by a service provider.
You can access the Messages menu by pressing OK then Messages from the main menu or
by pressing the Message softkey from the standby display.
READING A RECEIVED SMS MESSAGE
When the phone receives an SMS message a new SMS alert tone sounds and
is displayed
on the internal or the external screen (depending on the clamshell position). The message is
automatically stored in the phone or in the SIM card. If
flashes, it indicates the SIM or the
phone memory are full and cannot store any other messages. Delete messages to allow new
messages to be delivered.
1
2
Press Read to read new messages (from the standby display only).
Press Options to View, Reply, Reply (+text), Reply by MMS (please see “writing and sending a multimedia message”, page 32), Delete, Delete all, Forward, Move to SIM or Numbers (to store or call the number(s) contained in the SMS header or text).
READING STORED SMS MESSAGES
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Messages.Or press and hold the Message softkey.
Select SMS.
Select Inbox or SIM archive then select Received messages to display the message list.
Use the arrow keys to scroll up and down and reach the message you want to read.
Select OK or Options/View to read the message text.
Unread messages are shown by the
shown by
.
icon + bold text. Messages that were already read are
MOVING MESSAGES TO SIM
It is possible to move a message from the Inbox or the Outbox to the SIM memory. However, according
to the message size, the message may be truncated (the 160 first characters only are moved to the SIM
memory). The sending date (for sent messages) and the 'Copy to' addressees are lost when moving the
message to the SIM memory.
To move a message to the SIM memory:
1
2
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select SMS.
Select Inbox or Outbox.
Choose the message to be moved and select Options .
Select Move to SIM.
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FORWARDING MESSAGES
You can forward a received message to other people/number(s):
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select SMS.
Select Inbox or SIM archive/Received messages.
Choose the message to be forwarded and select Options.
Select Forward.
Select the To field and choose one of the displayed names or select New if you want to send
your message to another mobile number (directly type the number in). Press OK to validate.
In the Text field type the message text (see “entering text”, page 25) or select one of the
models (Models ) and press OK.
If you want to send the message to several addressees, enter one or several phone numbers/
names in the Copy to list (up to 4 more addressees) and press OK then Valid to come back
to the previous screen.
Select Options.
Select Send, Store & send or Store.
A warning information displays the number of SMS needed to send the message if it is more
than one. Select Go on if you want to send the message or select Cancel if you do not want
to send it or if you want to amend your message.
ACTIVATING OR DEACTIVATING THE MESSAGE RECEPTION ALERT
Each time a message is received a new SMS reception alert melody sounds. To activate or deactivate it:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Parameters.
Select Reception Alert. On the Alert field press OK and select On or Off. On the Melody
field press OK and scroll up or down to select one of the available melodies.
Select Save.
PREPARING THE PHONE TO SEND SMS MESSAGES
Before sending your first SMS or if you want to register a new profile the network SMS centre
number (obtainable from your service provider) has to be stored:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select SMS.
Select Settings.
Select Sending profiles.
Type the message center number or select a template (if several available) then enter the
following fields (operator dependent).
FIELDS
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
Name
Message
centre
Format
Validity
period
To type the profile name.
To type the centre number.
Profile1
Empty
To set the message format: text, voice, fax or paging. Text
Time the message remains at the message centre
Maximum
until delivered.
e SMS centre number may already be available in your SIM card and may then be automatically
6 Select Save to validate.
You may not be allowed to change your sending profile (format and validity period). Please contact your service
provider for further details.
displayed. If you want to choose a Sending profile for your message:
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1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select SMS.
Select Settings.
Select Sending profiles and choose the profile you want to use. Select Options.
Choose Select.
ENTERING TEXT
Some features and functions (storing names in phonebook or typing SMS text messages,
Tools, Settings,...) require you to know how to enter and edit text in the display.
Two modes are available. They are indicated by
in lower case mode and by
in upper
case mode. Text, figures and alphabet characters can then be entered or edited directly from
the keypad. Press
to switch from one mode to another.
There are two methods to type text characters. The Multitap or Multipress key method and the
quicker intuitive method, called T9 text input.
Press down arrow key to swap between the T9 and the Multitap methods. When on T9 mode,
is displayed on the upper part of the display to show T9 is the current mode.
is displayed on
the lower part of the screen to indicate the Multitap text method can be reached by pressing down
arrow key. When on Multitap mode,
is displayed on the upper part of the display to show Multitap
is the current mode.
is displayed on the lower part of the screen to indicate the T9 method can
be reached by pressing down arrow key.
1. In simplified Chinese pressing the down arrow key gives access to PinYin, Stroke, T9 English, English and
Digits.
2. In traditionnal Chinese pressing the down arrow key gives access to BoPoMoFo, Stroke, T9 English,
English and Digits.
THE MULTITAP/MULTIPRESS METHOD
A brief press on a key displays the first character associated with the key and shows the other
available characters at the top of the display. Here is the list of the available characters (the
available characters list is language dependent):
KEY
CHARACTER
Lower case
Upper case
.,?!-’@:1
abc2
ABC2
def3
DEF3
ghi4
GHI4
jkl5
JK L 5
mno6
MNO6
pqrs7
PQRS7
tuv8
TUV8
wxyz9
WXYZ9
0
0
Short press : to switch mode (T9 or multitap) to lower case or upper case.
Long press : to switch from lower case to upper case. Only the first letter typed
is upper case, the following ones are lower case (e.g.: to write a surname).
Short press: to enter a white space.
Long press: gives access to special characters.
Short press: moves the cursor through the text one place to the left or to the right.
Long press: moves the cursor to the text beginning or end.
Swap between Multitap/Multipress method and T9 text input
Chinese stroke input only uses the 1 to 6 keys.
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To enter text press the key bearing the required character until it appears in the display. Holding
the key displays the number corresponding to the key. If you need to use two characters from
the same key wait for a few seconds after typing the first character (until the key characters on
the upper part of the screen are cleared) or press the right arrow key before pressing the key
again.
Correct mistakes by a short press on Clear.
Holding the Clear key deletes all the text.
Use the left or right arrow keys to move the cursor in the text. Holding
allows access to 25
special characters:
To select and insert a character into the text:
1
2
Move the cursor to the required character.
Select OK.
The ↵ symbol is displayed when on SMS, MMS and e-mails.
It allows to go to the following line.
MULTITAP METHOD:
Example To type Card:
Press OK and select Messages.
Select Write new.
Fill in the To field (see “sending a new sms message”, page 27).
In the Text field press the down arrow key until
is displayed. Press
briefly three times, C is displayed.
Press
until
is displayed. Press
once, a is displayed
Press
three times, r is displayed
Press
once, d is displayed. The word Card is now displayed.
THE T9 METHOD:
A press on the down arrow key allows swapping between T9 text entry and the Multitap method.
1
2
3
4
5
Press the key bearing the required letter once only (the requested character may not be displayed first).
The active word changes as you type. Type all the word characters up to the end of the word.
If the right word is not displayed when all the characters are entered press
until you get
the required word.
If the requested word does not belong to the displayed ones, press the down arrow key to
swap to the multitap method and type the correct letters in.
Use the left or right arrow keys to locate the cursor in the text to insert or delete characters.
Tips and Operation
KEY
ACTION
Short press : to switch mode (T9 or multitap) to lower case or upper case.
Clear
Long press : to switch from lower case to upper case. Only the first letter typed
is upper case, the following ones are lower case (e.g.: to write a surname).
Clear or backspace
Short press: to enter a space.
Long press: gives access to special characters.
Another matching word
Smart punctuation
Short press: moves the cursor to each word beginning ( ) or end ( ).
Long press: moves the cursor to the text beginning ( ) or end ( ).
Swap between T9 and Multitap method
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Example To type card:
Press OK and select Messages.
Select Write new .
Fill in the To field (see “sending a new sms message”, page 27).
In the Text field press the down arrow key until
is displayed.
Press
, a appears.
Press
, ca appears.
Press
, car appears.
Press , case appears.
If the displayed word is not the one you want, press
as many times as
necessary to view card.
TEXT MODELS
You can use a set of 20 pre-stored text models to write your SMS.
You can also delete these text models and write your own messages and store them in the Text
model file.
TO DELETE A TEXT MODEL:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Text models.
Select the required text model.
Select Delete and select Yes. A blank template now replaces the text.
Press OK to write your own text model then press OK to validate.
TO REPLACE A TEXT MODEL:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Text models.
Select one of the displayed text models.
Select OK and select Yes (Replace text?).
Enter your own text model and press OK to validate.
EDITING A TEXT MODEL
You can edit any of the text models you stored:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Text models.
Select the text model to be modified and press OK.
Edit the text and press OK.
SENDING A NEW SMS MESSAGE
You can send message texts (up to 918 characters). The standard size for an SMS is 160 characters (your service provider charges you according to the number of SMS used to send your
message). The
icon (1 = number of SMS used - it is updated while writing your message
and shows the number of SMS needed to send your message) and the number of characters
used are displayed on the screen left corner.
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To send SMS from the Menu:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select SMS.
Select Write new.
Press OK. Select the To field and choose one of the displayed names or select New if you
want to send your message to another mobile number (directly type the number in). You can
also press any of the 0 to 9 keys (from the To field) to type a new phone number.
Press OK to validate.
In the Text field type the message text (see “entering text”, page 25) or select one of the
models (Models ) and press OK.
If you want to send the message to several addressees, enter one or several phone numbers/
names in the Copy to list (up to 4 more addressees) and press OK then Valid to come back
to the previous screen.
Select Options.
Select Send, Store & send or Store.
A warning information displays the number of SMS needed to send the message if it is more
than one. Select Go on if you want to send the message or select Cancel if you do not want
to send it or if you want to amend your message.
1.If you have registered an automatic signature the number of characters used is automatically added to the
message length.
2. Once in the phone number editor, Names allows to access the phonebook list to select a name.
3. If a name is already stored in the ’To’ list, pressing OK or one of the 0 to 9 keys again displays an Options
list (Modify: to change the selected number or e-mail address; New selection: to select a new name from the
name list; and Delete.)
4. Please go through the same process as to enter nams int the ’To’ field tho enter names in the ’Copy to’
field.
To send SMS from the standby display:
1
2
3
Press the left arrow key to get to the phonebook. Scroll down to one of the available names or
numbers.
Select Options.
Scroll down and select Send a message..., select SMS and then proceed as described
above.
or:
1
2
Press the softkey underneath Message.
Select SMS, then proceed as described above.
SIGNATURE
You can register a signature to be automatically added to your text messages. The signature
is not displayed when typing the message text but it is displayed on message reception by the
addressee. The maximum size for the signature is 30 characters. If the message text to be sent
reaches 918 characters the signature cannot be added.
To register a signature:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Parameters.
Select Signature.
Select the Insert in message field. Select Text.
Select the Text field and type your signature text.
Select Save to store your signature.
You can also set a vCard as a signature:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Parameters.
Select Signature.
Select the Insert in message field. Select Name card.
Select the Name card field and select your own card (My card) or select Phone names and
select the required name card.
Select Save to store your signature.
The signature is used for your SMS, Multimedia Message and your e-mails.
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VOICE MAIL
Your network provider may offer a Voice Mail service which operates like an answering machine.
You may be able to directly access it by pressing and holding the
key.
Contact your service provider for further details.
STORING A VOICE MAIL CENTRE NUMBER
If your SIM card does not bear the Voice Mail centre number you have to manually store it:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Parameters.
Select Voice Mail.
Select Number. Enter the number (type it directly or select it from the Names list).
Press OK to validate.
1. The Voice Mail number is automatically assigned to speed dial location number 1 (see “speed dial”, page 71).
2. If you subscribe to the 'Line 2' service its Voice Mail centre number has to be stored separately.
ACTIVATING THE VOICE MAIL ALERT TONE
If you wish to be advised by a tone when receiving a new Voice Mail message:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Parameters.
Select Voice Mail.
Select Alert. Select On.
The availability of this feature is operator dependent.
CALLING THE VOICE MAIL CENTRE TO CHECK YOUR MESSAGES
You can either:
-Dial the Voice Mail centre number directly after the receipt of a message:
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From the standby display press and hold
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Parameters.
Select Voice Mail.
Select Call.
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or:
OUTBOX AND SIM ARCHIVE EMITTED MESSAGES
The Outbox and SIM archive emitted messages contain unsent draft messages and stored
sent messages (delivered or undelivered). These messages can be selected from the outbox
or SIM archive menu and can be modified and resent as new SMS messages.
To select one of these messages:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select SMS.
Select Outbox or SIM archive then Emitted messages and use the up or down arrow
keys to scroll to the required message. Messages either are 'transmitted' or 'to be sent' .
Press Options to View, Delete, Delete all, Send, Modify, Move to SIM (for outbox messages only), Numbers (to store or call the number(s) contained in the SMS header or text) or
Details.
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STATUS REQUEST
If a status is requested on a sent message a status request is sent to the network (this feature
must be network supported). If the status is requested on a delivered message the date and
time of delivery may be shown.The network then answers by sending a status report (SR) back
to the phone. Press OK to acknowledge it.
To activate the status request:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select SMS.
Select Settings.
Select Message config.
Select Delivery report and select On.
Select Save.
To request a reply:
A reply to your message can be requested from your correspondent. If you activate this feature
you will be charged by the cost of the reply message.
The availability of this feature is operator dependent.
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select SMS.
Select Settings.
Select Message config.
Select Reply requested and select On.
Select Save.
To read the sent message, delete or re-send it when receiving the status:
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Press Options. Send again, Clear, Associated message or Delete message is displayed.
Select the required action .
STORAGE CONSUMPTION
The storage status for SMS, Multimedia Messages and e-mail can be consulted.
To know the number of messages stored, the total available space on the phone memory and
on the SIM card:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Storage used. The SMS memory used is displayed. Scroll down to get to the SIM
archive.
Select Details for more information on the Phone and SIM stored messages (use up and
down arrow keys to scroll to the required information).
Scroll down to get to the Multimedia Messages and e-mails storage information.
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MULTIMEDIA MESSAGES
The Multimedia Messages Service (MMS) is a service that allows the sending
and receiving of messages to and from other MMS enabled mobile phones. The
main difference between an SMS and an MMS is the MMS is composed of one
or several pages made of text + image(s) and sounds (melody or speech notes).
The appearance and the good reception of a Multimedia message contents depend on the addressee mobile
type.
The protocol that is used to transfer the multimedia messages is the Wap™ protocol; you therefore
need a Data subscription (see "wap™", page 62) to send and receive multimedia messages.
The sending and receiving of a Multimedia message imply the launching of a connection via an
MMS centre. Please contact your service provider to get full information on the subscription
conditions.
The receiving of a Multimedia message implies two steps:
- The receiving of a message notification bearing (optionnal ) the sender’s name, the message
subject and size and its validity duration on the MMS centre.
- The retrieval of the corresponding message from the network (on request).
Multimedia message(s) may already be stored in your mobile during factory setting. This
depends on your service provider.
READING A RECEIVED MMS MESSAGE
When the phone receives an MMS a new alert tone sounds and
or the New message
information is displayed.
If
flashes, it indicates the SIM or the phone memory are full and cannot store any other
messages. Delete SMS or Multimedia messages to allow new messages to be delivered.
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Press Read to read your new message(s) or message notification(s).
When receiving a message notification choose whether or not to retrieve the Multimedia
message from the network (select Options then Retrieve message and Yes).
Scroll down to
if your message bears several pages and select OK.
The notification and the retrieved message are automatically stored in the Inbox.
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Multimedia messages.
Select Inbox to display the MMS list. Use the arrow keys to scroll up and down and reach
the message you want to read.
Selecting Options allows access to View, Reply, Reply all, Reply by SMS (please see
"sending a new sms message", page 27), Delete, Delete all, Forward, Numbers & e-mails
(to store the number(s) and/or e-mail address contained in the MMS header) and Details (to
view the Multimedia message header contents).
Select OK or Options/View to read the message.
1. You cannot modify the contents of a received Multimedia message.
2. if the selected message is a notification the available options are: Retreive message, Delete, Delete all,
Numbers & emails and Details.
3. The ’Attachment’ and ’Volume’ options are available while viewing the selected message. You can then
store the message attached files or change the volume of the attached melodies or speechnotes.
Unread messages are shown by
and the text is bold. Messages that have been already read
are shown by
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Multimedia message notifications are shown by
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SAVING RECEIVED MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE CONTENT
You can store the images, melodies, events, tasks and speech notes attached to the received
multimedia messages into the Fun & media box. When reading a received Multimedia message:
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Select Attachment.
Select Options.
Select Store.
According to the attached item the Options sub-menu allows to view or store the attachment contents.
WRITING AND SENDING A MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE
To write a Multimedia message:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Multimedia messages.
Select Write new.
Fill in the required information in the Multimedia card (please see below) and select Options.
Select Send, Send & Store, Store or Adjust config. before sending the message and
press OK.
The Adjust config. settings (to require a delivery report, a read reply report or to add a priority level to your
message) only apply to the edited message before they are sent. The Message config. parameters are the
default settings (see "setting multimedia messages characteristics", page 35).
FILLING IN THE MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE CARD FIELDS
When in the Multimedia card (see "writing and sending a multimedia message" above) the following
fields have to be filled in:
TO
You can send your message to several people (main addressees plus ’Copy to’ addressees).
Please check the maximum number with your service provider.
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Selecting OK gives direct access to the phonebook.
Choose one of the displayed names or select New if you want to send your message to another
mobile number or e-mail address (directly type the number or address in). You can also press
any of the 0 to 9 keys to type a new phone number or an e-mail address.
Select an empty item [...] to add another addressee or select Valid. to get back to the Multimedia
card.
1. If the selected phonebook card contains several data you are requested to choose one from the stored
numbers or e-mail addresses (e.g. home number, e-mail address,...).
2. If a name is already stored in the ’To’ list, pressing OK or one of the 0 to 9 keys again displays an Options
list (Modify: to change the selected number or e-mail address; New entry: to select a new name from the
name list; Delete and Delete all.)
3. To add names in the Copy to field, the process is the same as for the To field.
SUBJECT
Type in your message subject text (40 characters max.). Please see "entering text", page 25.
The subject text is displayed in the message notification sent to the addressee (if supported by the
addressee’s mobile).
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CONTENT
The following screen is displayed (it allows you to edit your message pages):
Displayed symbols (upper part of the screen):
The previous page can be reached by pressing the left arrow key.
The next page can be reached by pressing the right arrow key.
One or several pages can be added next by pressing the right arrow key.
Estimated message size (displayed dynamically while composing the
message).
Current page number.
A melody is attached to the current page.
A speech note is attached to the current page.
The blue squared field shows the active field (Pictures or Text fields). Press the down arrow
key to scroll to the next field and select OK to edit it.
TO ATTACH AN IMAGE
You can attach images to your Multimedia message. These images have to be .jpg, .gif (animated
or not animated), or .wbmp.
The size of the Multimedia messages you can send is operator dependent. However, by default,
the maximum size cannot exceed 50 kB.
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When on the picture field press OK.
Select one of the available pictures from the list and press OK or press Options then Camera
to take a new picture.
The selected image is partly displayed in the picture field.
1. You can send any of the Pictures list images unless the file is copyright protected (the ’File protected’ message
is then displayed).
2. The ’No picture’ item from the Pictures list allows to delete the current page image.
3. ’Too many data for message sending’ is displayed on image selection if its size exceeds the message sending
capacity.
TO ATTACH A MELODY OR A SPEECH NOTE
You can attach melodies and speech notes to your Multimedia message.
The size of the Multimedia messages you can send is operator dependent. However the maximum size cannot exceed 50 kB.
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When on the picture field or on the text field, select Options.
Select Add sound then select Melodies or Speech notes. Select the required melodies or
speech note in the displayed list.
The selected melody or speech note is attached to the message and the
icon is displayed.
1. You can send any of the Melodies or Speech notes unless the file is copyright protected (the ’File protected’
message is then displayed).
2. ’Too many data for message sending’ is displayed on melody or speech note selection if its size exceeds
the message sending capacity.
TO WRITE TEXT
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Select the text field.
Type in your page text (240 characters per page max.): please see "entering text", page 25.
Press OK or select Models (left softkey), then choose one of the displayed messages.
1.’Too many data for message sending’ is displayed on text insertion if its size exceeds the message sending
capacity.
2. You can amend the Models text once you have selected one.
3. You cannot insert a Chinese text model if your mobile edition mode is set to English.
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TO EDIT AND MODIFY THE PAGE CONTENTS
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Select Options. The following list is displayed:
OPTION
ACTION
Validate
To validate the informations of the Content field and get back to the message
composer.
Page
To modify the text colour, the background colour and set the page timer (default
options
timer = 3 seconds). The timer allows to set the time the page is displayed before
switching to the following one.
Add sound To add a melody from the Melodies list or a speech note from the Speech notes
list.
Remove
To delete the page attached Melody or Speech note.
sound
Invert layout To invert the text and the image location on the page.
Insert page To insert a new page or duplicate the current page (9 pages maximum).
Delete page To delete the current page.
Preview
To view the full message contents.
message
1. The ’Too many data for message sending’ message is displayed on image, melody, speech note and text
selection if the size of the selected file exceeds the message sending capacity
2. The ’validate’ option is not available when you only have one empty page in your Content field.
3. The contents of this Options menu depends on the contents of the current page.
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Select Exit to come back to the composition of the MMS or select Validate to come back to
the card fields.
Do not forget to check the message size before sending it (see the estimated size in the right upper corner of
the screen).
TO ADD ONE OR SEVERAL PAGES
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Press the right arrow key on the last page of your message.
Select New page.
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Select Options.
Scroll down to Insert page and press OK.
Select New page.
or
A Multimedia message can be up to 9 pages.
TO DUPLICATE A PAGE
You may need to duplicate a page in order to modify its contents for instance. The new page bears
the same characteristics (e.g: text colour) which allows to save time when writing a Multimedia
message.
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Press right arrow key on the last page of your message.
Select Duplicate page.
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Press Options.
Scroll down to Insert page and press OK.
Select Duplicate page.
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TO DELETE THE PAGE CONTENT
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Select Clear to come back to an empty Multimedia card.
If the selected page is already empty selecting Clear leads to the ’Delete page’ action.
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COPY TO
Please see the ’To’ section above.
NAME CARD
The name card field allows to attach a copy of a vcard to the multimedia message.
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Select the Name card list
Select a name in the phonebook. A copy of the vcard is then attached to the message
1.If there is already an attached vcard, pressing OK displays the Modify and Delete options.
2. The selected cad is automatically re-named if it contains Chinese characters.
PREPARING THE PHONE TO SEND MMS MESSAGES
The Multimedia Message service is subscription and network dependent. The operator profile
details may already be stored on your mobile. If not, please contact your service provider to get
them.
The profile list can contain up to 3 MMS profiles. A profile is a list of parameters that allow MMS
connections via a specific gateway.
TO ENTER AND STORE THE PROFILE DETAILS
You can only register profile details if you have previously registered profiles in the Connection
Manager menu (see "connection manager", page 73):
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Multimedia messages.
Select Settings.
Select MMS profiles.
Choose an empty profile ([...]) and press OK.
Enter the profile name and press OK.
Select Message centre. Select List to select one of the available home page addresses or
the http:// and https:// root address, or type in the URL address. Press OK.
Select Connection profiles. Enter the requested information (the GSM connection and
GPRS connection fields are linked to the connection manager and thus allow to pick one
from the displayed list - see "Connection Manager", page 73). Select Save to store the data.
Select Gateway settings and type in the IP address.
The sending and receiving of MMS is now possible.
Select Advanced settings and fill in the required fields.
1.All the requested parameters are obtainable from your network operator and/or Wap™ provider.
2. The phone number or access point name, the login and the password are to be stored in the Connection
Manager (see Table , page 73).
3. Access to the content of the MMS profile may depend on the pre-programmation of the settings. The connection
settings menu may not be available in some cases. These settings may be 'Locked' (operator dependent) and not
be user programmable.
4. Your service provider may require to have the security context reset. Select Yes.
5. For more information on the Advanced settings please refer to " advanced settings on wap™ profiles ", page 67.
6. The Validity period for an MMS is the maximum time the message is available on the network before it can
be retrieved by the addressee. The validity period is set to Maximum by default. This fearture is present in the
Advanced settings (page 67).
SETTING MULTIMEDIA MESSAGES CHARACTERISTICS
Before sending a message you can determine whether or not you want to receive a delivery
report, a read reply report (to confirm your message and its contents were read by the addressee) and to set a priority degree (high, normal or low) to your message.
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Multimedia messages.
Select Settings.
Select Message config.
Enter the required information and select Save to store your settings.
The availability of this menu and of its contents is operator dependent.
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MESSAGE AUTO-RETRIEVAL
You may choose whether or not the Multimedia messages should be automatically retrieved
from the network on notification receipt.
The auto-retrieval modes are the following:
On
The Multimedia message is automatically retrieved from the network on notification
receipt.
On (with query) The ’retrieve new multimedia message ?’ question is displayed on notification
receipt, thus allowing you to choose whether or not to retrieve the message.
Off
This is the default mode. A notification is received by the mobile (it is automatically
stored in the inbox) and an information message or icon is displayed on the standby screen. You can then choose whether or not you wish to retrieve the message
content from the server (select Options/Retrieve message).
TO SELECT THE RETRIEVAL MODE:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Multimedia messages.
Select Settings.
Select Auto-retrieval.
Choose the required retrieval mode and press OK.
1. The availability of this menu is operator dependent.
2. Even if the Auto-retrieval mode is On, the message are not automatically retrieved if your mobile is on
roaming mode or if it cannot attach the network
3. A message can be retrieved automatically (Auto retrieval is On) if the mobile is on standby state only.
SENDING MESSAGES FROM THE OUTBOX
The Outbox folder contains the stored and sent messages (delivered or undelivered). These
messages can be selected from the Outbox menu and can be resent as new MMS messages.
To select one of these messages:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Multimedia messages.
Select Outbox and use up or down arrow key to scroll to the required message.
Press Options to get to View, Delete, Delete all, Send, Forward, Numbers & e-mails (to
store or call the number(s) and/or e-mail address contained in the MMS header) or Details.
1. You cannot modify the contents of a Multimedia message stored in the Outbox.
2. An ’Attachment’ option is available while viewing the selected message. You can then store the message
attached files
EDITING MULTIMEDIA MESSAGES FROM THE DRAFTS FOLDER
The Drafts folder contains the stored unsent messages. These messages can be selected from
the Drafts folder and can be modified and sent.
To select one of these messages:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select Multimedia messages.
Select Drafts and use the up or down arrow key to scroll to the required message.
Press Options to Delete, Delete all, Send, Edit, Edit a copy, Preview message, or
Numbers & e-mails (to store or call the number(s) and/or e-mail address contained in the
MMS header).
1. Once you have sent one of the Drafts messages it is automatically erased from the Drafts folder.
2. You can use any of the Drafts messages as a template via the ’Edit a copy’ option. The selected message
is not deleted when its copy is sent.
STORAGE CONSUMPTION
Please see "storage consumption", page 30.
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e-mails
Your mobile allows to send and receive e-mails. The e-mails can bear text, images,
sounds, vCard and vCalendar as attached files. The maximum total size for the attached
files is 1024 kB. Please read the following instructions to configure your e-mail system and
use the e-mail sub-menu.
You can reach the e-mail menu via two ways:
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From the standby display select Message then select e-mail.
The availability of the Message softkey is operator dependent.
or:
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Press OK, select Message.
Select e-mail.
READING A RECEIVED
e-mail
To read your e-mails you first need to retrieve them. There are three different ways to retrieve
your e-mails.
From the e-mail main menu:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select e-mail.
Select Retrieve e-mails to get your new messages.
From an empty Inbox:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select e-mail.
Select Inbox, press Retrieve to get your new messages.
From the Inbox when it already contains e-mails:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select e-mail.
Select Inbox to display the e-mails list. Select Options and select Retrieve e-mails to get
your new messages.
The retrieved messages are automatically stored in the Inbox.
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select e-mail.
Select Inbox to display the e-mails list. Use the arrow keys to scroll up and down and reach
the message you want to read.
Select Options to get to the following options list:
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OPTION
DESCRIPTION
Retrieve e-mails To launch a connection and retrieve all the available e-mails from the
server (according to the free memory space on the mobile).
View
To view the selected e-mail body.
Reply
To write a reply e-mail and send it to the original e-mail sender.
Reply all
To write a reply e-mail and send it to all the addresses contained in the
original e-mail.
Delete
To delete the current e-mail.
Delete all
To delete all the e-mails stored in the Inbox.
Forward
To transfer the current e-mail to another or several addressee(s).
e-mail addresses To view (and eventually store) all the e-mail addresses contained in the
current e-mail.
Attachments
To view or play (and eventually store) the e-mail attached files.
Details
To view the e-mail details (size, date, etc.).
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Select OK or Options/View to read the message.
1. You can also retrieve your e-mails from the network by directly selecting Retrieve (left softkey) from the e-mail
sub-menu.
2. You cannot modify the contents of a received e-mail.
3. e-mails bearing an attachment file are shown by the
file and its attachments were read.
Unread messages are shown by
are shown by
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COMPOSING AN
symbol. The
symbol is displayed when the
and the text is bold. Messages that have already been read
e-mail
To write an e-mail please follow these steps:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select e-mail.
Select Write new.
Highlight the To field. Press OK and select one of the available names from the displayed list
or select More..., then type the required e-mail address. Press Valid.
5 Highlight the Subject field. Press OK and type in the e-mail header text (40 characters maximum).
Press OK.
6 Highlight the Text field. Press OK and type in the e-mail text (maximum 1530 characters).
Press OK.
7 Highlight the Attached files field if you want to add a melody, an image, a phone card, a
diary event or a speech note to your message. Press OK then select Picture, Melody,
Speech note, phonecard or Other and choose one of the available files. Press Valid.
7’ If the Attached files field already contains a file: press OK to enter the attached file list.
Then press OK and select New selection to attach a new Picture, Melody, Speech note,
phonecard or Other and choose one of the available files. Press Valid.
8 Highlight the Cc field. Press OK and select one of the available names from the displayed list
or select New, then type the required e-mail address. Press Valid.
1. In the attached field an option menu (available through the OK key) allows to make a New selection, Delete,
Delete all, Details and get an estimated size.
2. You can check the size of the Attachments by selecting OK then Estimated size while in the Attached files screen.
While writing your e-mail, you can at any time get to the Options menu:.
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
Send
Send & store
Store
To send the e-mail.
To store then send the e-mail.
To store the e-mail as a draft.
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SETTINGS
e-mails
Before receiving or sending e-mails the Connection parameters must be stored in the phone.
If they are note stored by default on your mobile please contact your e-mail service provider to
get them.
The Profiles list can contain up to 3 e-mail profiles. A profile is a list of parameters that allow
e-mail connections via a specific gateway.
PREPARING THE PHONE TO SEND
TO ENTER AND STORE THE PROFILE DETAILS
You can only register profile details if you have previously registered profiles in the Connection
Manager menu (see "Connection Manager", page 73):
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select e-mail.
Select Settings.
Select Profiles.
Choose an empty profile ([...]) and press OK.
Enter the profile name and press OK.
Select Connection profiles. Enter the requested information (the GSM connection and
GPRS connection fields are linked to the Connection manager and thus allow to pick one
from the displayed list - see page 73). Select Save to store the data.
Select Server settings. Enter the requested information (POP3 server, POP3 port number,
SMTP server and SMTP port number). Select Save to store the data.
Select Account Information. Enter your e-mail address, mailer login and mailer password.
Select Save to store the data.
1.All the requested parameters are obtainable from your e-mail service provider.
2. The phone number or access point name, the login and the password have to be stored in the Connection
Manager (see Table , page 73).
3. A profile name cannot be stored twice. If an error message is displayed please also check the profile
names in the Connection profiles (see Table , page 73).
4. Access to the content of the e-mail profile may depend on the pre-programmation of the settings. The connection
settings menu may not be available in some cases. These settings may be 'Locked' (operator dependent) and not
be user programmable.
5. For more information on the Advanced settings please refer to " advanced settings on wap™ profiles ", page 67.
MAXIMUM SIZE
This feature allows to choose the maximum size for the e-mails and attached files received in
the inbox. The maximum size can be modified (from 1kB to 1024kB).
To set a maximum size value:.
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select e-mail.
Select Settings.
Select Maximum size.
Type in the maximum e-mail size you wish to retrieve from the server.
The e-mail size is checked before it is downloaded on your mobile. If it exceeds the maximum size stored in
the ’Maximum size’ field the e-mail is not downloaded on your mobile.
SENDING AN
e-mail FROM THE OUTBOX
The Outbox folder contains the stored and sent e-mails (delivered or undelivered). These e-mails
can be selected from the Outbox menu and can be resent as new e-mails.
To select one of these e-mails:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select e-mail.
Select Outbox and use the up or down arrow key to scroll to the required message.
Press Options to View, Delete, Delete all, Send, Modify, e-mail addresses (to store the
e-mail address contained in the e-mail header) or Details.
You cannot modify the contents of an e-mail stored in the Outbox.
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EDITING
e-mails FROM THE DRAFTS FOLDER
The Drafts folder contains the stored unsent e-mails. These e-mails can be selected from the
Drafts folder and can be modified and sent.
To select one of these e-mails:
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Press OK. Select Messages.
Select e-mail.
Select Drafts and use up or down arrow key to scroll to the required message.
Press Options to View, Delete, Delete all, Send, Modify, e-mail addresses (to store the
e-mail address contained in the e-mail header) and Details.
1. Once you have sent one of the Draft messages this message is automatically erased from the Drafts folder.
2. You can use any of the Draft messages as a template via the ’Edit a copy’ option. The selected message is
not deleted when its copy is sent.
STORAGE CONSUMPTION
Please see "storage consumption", page 30.
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CALLS & TIMES
ccess the Calls & Times menu to check the details of individual incoming and
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outgoing calls, the duration of the latest call, the total call time for all sent and
received calls or to play the recorded calls.
CALLS LOG
This feature stores details (identity, time and date and call duration) on the latest 20 numbers
dialled, the latest 20 unanswered calls and the latest 20 received calls. The calls log are common
to Line 1 and Line 2 (Line 1 is your main line. Line 2 availability is subscription dependent).
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Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Calls log.
Select Last dial, Unanswered calls or Received calls.
Use the up or down arrow key to scroll through the calls list.
The latest dialled or received number is displayed first. The caller’s name is displayed if it is
registered in one of the phonebooks (if not the phone number is displayed). If your subscription
does not bear Caller Line Identification (CLI) ’Unknown number’ is displayed. If the caller has
with held their number ’Witheld number’ is displayed.
Press the call key to call the selected number.
Press Options to get to the following menu:
ITEM
ACTION
Store
Delete
Delete all
Edit
Details
To store the number into a phonebook.
To delete the entry.
To delete all the entries.
To edit the displayed number.
To view the name, number, time and date and call duration (for answered
calls only) of the selected number.
To call the selected number.
To send an SMS message to the selected phone number.
Call
Send SMS
Use the up or down arrow key to select the required option and follow the displayed instructions.
Press the call key from the standby display to get direct access to the 10 latest dialled numbers.
CALL TIMERS
The voice, Modem and GPRS call information for Line 1 and Line 2 is stored in the Call timers
menu.
The Details sub-menu stores time information on calls made and received via the home network
and while roaming (national and international networks).
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Call timers.
Select Show.
Use the up or down arrow key to view all the timer information.
If the call timers were reset (see "call timer - reset," page 42) the date of the latest counter reset is displayed.
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The call type and the accumulated times of outgoing and incoming calls are
displayed.
Selecting Details displays information on calls made on your home network, on
National roaming and on International roaming.
If Line 2 is active too 'All Calls' for Line 1 and Line 2 are displayed separately.
BALANCE INFORMATION (SUBSCRIPTION DEPENDENT)
This service may be supplied by your service provider. It allows to get the remaining airtime
balance on your phone line.
Please contact your service provider for more information. If your subscription allows access to
this information:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Call timers.
Select Balance information.
Select Call or Set number.
When selecting Call, if the balance information number is already stored, a call is sent to the balance
information centre. If no number is stored a screen with a number composer is displayed, enter the
required number and press OK. Your can also select Set number and type it in. Press OK to store
the number, then select Call to call the information centre number.
- CALL DURATION
You can set a duration reminder to regularly beep to remind you of the time spent on your call.
The occurrence can be any multiple of 1 minute (up to 59 minutes).
REMINDER
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Call timers.
Select Reminder.
Select On to activate the Call timer.
Type the call timer interval (e.g.: 2 = a beep is played every 2 minutes while in conversation).
Press OK to validate the entry.
- RESET
This feature allows to reset the call timers. The 4 digit lock code is needed to reset the call timers
(default lock code: '0000').
CALL TIMER
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Call timers.
Select Reset.
Select Yes.
Enter the phone lock code and press OK.
CALL COSTS
- MANAGEMENT
Some service providers offer an Advice of Charge (AoC) subscription service allowing to get
the last call cost, the total calls cost and the remaining balance on your account (after you have
set a 'credit limit' ).
To display these you first have to set a currency value and to enter an average cost per unit
(only calls units are displayed if the cost information is not stored).
To set a currency value per unit:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Call costs.
Select Display cost type.
Select Currency. The current currency unit value is displayed.
Select Modify. Enter your PIN 2 code and press OK.
Enter the currency name (up to 3 letters). Press OK to validate.
Enter the unit cost (e.g.: 0.15 Euro per minute). And press OK to validate.
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To set call cost type to units:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Call costs.
Select Display cost type.
Select Units.
When the cost type is set to units the credit limit and the remaining credit are shown in units.
SETTING THE CREDIT LIMIT (SUBSCRIPTION DEPENDENT)
You may also be able to set a credit limit to your calls. When the credit limit is reached no more
chargeable outgoing or incoming call is allowed. You can however still make emergency calls.
The PIN2 code is needed to set the credit limit.
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Call costs.
Select Credit limit. The display shows the current set credit limit.
Select Edit. Enter your PIN 2 code and press OK.
Enter the credit limit (use
to type a decimal point for currencies). Press OK to validate.
When a credit limit is set the selection from the 'Credit limit' display is Edit or Set no limit.
SHOW COSTS
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Call costs.
Select Show.
Use up and down arrow keys to display the Last Call and All Calls or show the Remaining
credits.
The remaining credit is shown in either units or currency as set by Cost Type menu above.
- RESETTING ALL COSTS TO ZERO
To reset all call costs to zero:
CALL COSTS
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Call costs.
Select Reset.
Select Yes.
Enter the PIN 2 number and press OK.
- SELECTING LINE 2 (SUBSCRIPTION DEPENDENT)
Some operators support the use of a second line. You may then have two mobile phone numbers
(e.g. a business line plus a personal line). To use them you need to select the line to be used.
ALTERNATE LINE SERVICE
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Calls & Times.
Select Line selection.
The current line selection is displayed.
Use up and down arrow keys to scroll to the required line. Press OK to validate.
1. The Line selection sub-menu may not be available on your mobile. Please contact your service provider to get
further details on this service.
2. Line 1 and Line 2 can be named (Office and Home for instance). Refer to My number menu (see "my number(s)
display," page 48). Whichever line is selected to send calls, incoming calls can still be received on either line.
RECORDED CALL
This submenu allows to play the recorded phone calls. If several phone conversations were
recorded they are played one after another.
1
Select Calls&Times, select Recorded call.
In compliance with European regulations, you have to inform your correspondent before
recordinga phone conversation.
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PHONEBOOK
hone numbers can be stored in the phone and in the SIM card memories
P
(= phonebook). The phone memory can store up to 255 'extended' cards
(called 'phonebook cards'). These cards allow to store several types of information: family name, first name, home number, mobile number, work number, two
e-mail addresses, postal address, business information, voice tag, group and a
related icon or picture. The SIM card memory capacity may vary according to
your operator or service provider. The SIM memory allows to store one name,
one phone number and one voice tag per card.
Both the SIM and the phone memories are searched through when reading the Phonebook
contents.
Press left arrow to directly get to the phonebook from the standby display.
STORING NAMES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS
Names and numbers can be stored directly in the phonebook or copied from different sources
such as SMS messages, last dialled number list, etc.
There are several ways to store numbers into the phonebooks:
PHONE NAMES CARD
From the standby display:
1
2
3
4
Enter the number. Select Store.
Select Phone names.
The Home number, Mobile number, Work number or FAX number list is displayed, thus
allowing to choose a number type.
Enter the card requested data and select Save to store the information.
Via the menu:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Add name.
Select Phone names.
Enter the card requested data and select Save to store the information.
The Groups field allows to identify the caller’s type according to entries you have previously set (see "creating
a group of cards", page 47).
The icons list allows to store your card with a symbol or an image that is then
displayed together with the caller’s name on incoming or outgoing calls (choose
one of the icons and press ok).
The
icon leads to the Pictures list. You can thus choose one of the registered
images (please see "pictures", page 54) and link it with your phone card.
1. You can link about 100 images with your phonebook cards. If the images folder is full (images
too big) an error message is displayed.
2. The images remain attached to the phonebook cards even if you have deleted them from the
Pictures folder memory. You can modify or delete them one after another via the phonebook
cards (see "editing a phonebook or a sim name card", page 45).
3. When sending a phonebook card via the infrared port, the image is automatically sent
unless the file is protected.
4. The Image failure icon is displayed on incoming or outgoing calls if a problem related to the
image was detected by the mobile.
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SIM NAMES CARD
From the standby display:
1
2
3
4
Enter the number. Select Store.
Select SIM names.
Fill in the available fields and select OK to validate your entries.
Select Save to store the card.
Via the menu:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Add name.
Select SIM names.
Enter the name and select OK.
Enter the number and select OK.
Select Save to store the card.
STORING A RECEIVED NUMBER
Numbers stored in the last dialled, received, unanswered call information and SMS message
locations can also be stored into the phonebook:
1
2
With a received call, unanswered call or SMS message select Options.
For a SMS message select Numbers if the number is contained in an SMS. The message
number(s) is/are displayed. Choose one if several numbers are available.
2’ For received and unanswered calls select Store.
3 Follow the above mentioned procedure to create a phone name or a SIM name card then
select Save to store the card.
1. While entering a number selecting Clear once deletes the last character. Holding the Clear key deletes the
whole number.
2. The *, +, p (pause) and _ characters- which are accessible by pressing and holding the
key when registering a
number - can be stored as part of numbers.
3. You can use _ (wild card spaces) to store numbers (wild card spaces cannot be obtained when registering a
number from the standby display).
When calling a number bearing wild card spaces select the number from the phonebook, select Options or
press on the Call/Send key and type the number corresponding to the wild card spaces (=missing figures).
4. If the SIM card or phone memory are full a warning message is displayed on phonebook selection.
COPYING ALL NAMES AND NUMBERS
You can copy all the names cards: from the Phone to the SIM card and from the SIM card to the
Phone.
1 Press OK. Select Phonebook.
2 Select Read.
3 Select Options.
4 Select Copy all names.
5 Select Phone to SIM or SIM to phone.
All the names are copied unless the SIM card memory does not bear enough free space
when copying the Phone entries to the SIM card. A warning message is then displayed.
If your Phonebook cards bear more than one number (home, mobile, work, fax numbers), the first available
number from the list is copied to the corresponding SIM card entry.
EDITING A PHONEBOOK OR A SIM NAME CARD
From the standby display:
1
2
3
Press left arrow to get to the phonebook.
Scroll down to the card you want to reach and select OK.
Scroll down to the field(s) you want to modify and amend it/them. Select Save to store the
changes.
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Via the menu:
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Read.
Select one of the stored cards.
Select Options.
Select View.
Scroll down to the field(s) you want to modify and amend it/them. Select Save to store the changes.
You can create a voice dialling pattern on phonebook cards. This voice dialling pattern can only
be recorded in edition mode.
Recording a Voice dialling pattern:
1
2
3
Press the left arrow key (from the standby display) to get to the phonebook.
Scroll down to the card you want to reach and press OK or select Options then select View.
Scroll down to the Voice dialling field and press OK. Select New to record the voice pattern or
select Options then Record if a voice pattern is already recorded and you want to change it.
Repeat the name until it is stored (minimum = twice). Pronounce it as clearly as possible and
in a quiet environment. When the voice patterns match, Stored is displayed.
You may have to select the number, the voice dialling pattern has to be attached if several numbers are stored
on the card. Select Home number, Mobile number or Work number if you have registered several numbers on
a phonebook card.
VIEWING AND CALLING PHONEBOOK NUMBERS
There are two ways of viewing and calling entries stored in the phonebook:
Directly from the standby display:
1
2
3
Press the left arrow key to display the phonebook list.
To access the required name the following possibilities are available:
Press the call key or select Options then select Call.
Via the menu:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Read to display the phonebook list, to find the required name there are several possibilities:
Press the call key or select Options then select Call.
Tips and operations (while on the phonebook list):
KEY
to
ACTION
To access the previous name.
To access the next name.
To go one page up.
To go one page down.
Press a numeric key to access the different letters associated to the key.
E.g: press
twice to reach the names starting with letter 'B'.
The list of phonebook entries is displayed in alphabetical order.
1. Selecting a group from the Group selection displays the names/phone numbers of the corresponding group.
This group is then displayed when next reading the Phonebook contents.
2. Selecting Options displays the following menu choice: View, Call, Add name, Delete, Delete all (Phone
names or SIM names), Copy, Copy to (to copy all SIM names to phone book or all phone names to SIM book),
Move, Group selection (to select All names, the Phone names only, the SIM names only or the groups members), Send by... Infrared port, SMS or e-mail, Send a message...
3. If several phone numbers are stored on a Phone name card scroll down to the required number and select
it before launching the call.
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VOICE DIALLING
You can make a call by using your voice.
To create a voice pattern:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Voice dialling.
Select New entry. All name entries are displayed.
Use the up and down arrow keys to choose the card you want to use and press OK.
If several phone numbers are registered on a card (e.g. Home number, Mobile number or
Work number) choose one by pressing OK.
You are then prompted to pronounce the name twice at the minimum (pronounce it as clearly
as possible). Stored is displayed when both voice patterns match.
If the voice patterns do not match, ’Failed’ or ’Too different’ is displayed.
Go over the whole voice registration procedure again.
To view the voice dialling numbers list:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Voice dialling.
Select List.
Use the up and down arrow keys to view the requested entry.
Press Options to play the voice pattern select Play back, to remove voice tag from the voice
dialling list select Erase or to create a new voice pattern select Record.
To remove all phone numbers from the voice dialling list:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Voice dialling.
Select Delete all.
To call a phone number using a voice pattern:
1
2
3
From the standby display press and hold the call key.
Pronounce the name as clearly as possible.
The ’call-name’ question tag is displayed. You can cancel the call (left softkey) or wait until
the called party name as well as an animated icon
are displayed so that the call
proceeds as normal.
FREE SPACE IN THE PHONEBOOK
To view the phonebook remaining capacity:
1
2
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Storage used to get to the Phone names Storage used; press the down arrow key to
get to the SIM card Storage used.
If available the free memories in the FDN list are also displayed. Please see "fixed dialling numbers", page 49
for more information on FDN numbers.
CREATING A GROUP OF CARDS
Groups of cards can be defined for the phonebook. This feature allows to gather the cards that
belong to a selected group and to play a determined melody on an incoming call from one of
the group members.
To create a group:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Groups.
Choose any blank template [...] and select OK. The following items are displayed:
ITEM
FUNCTION
Group name
Melody
To type and store a group name.
To select a melody to be used as a ringtone on group member calls.
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4
5
Enter or select the requested data. Press OK to validate.
Press Save to store the defined group.
Groups characteristics can be modified or deleted (when in the Groups menu, select OK to
amend the settings or select Delete to erase the group).
To modify a group:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Groups.
Choose the group to be modified and select OK then select the group name and/or the
melody. Select the new parameters (name/melody).
Select Save to store your settings.
To select a group when storing a number:
1
2
3
4
Go over the Phone names storage procedure (see "storing names and telephone numbers",
page 44) and fill in the Phone names card.
Scroll down to Groups and select OK.
Select one of the displayed groups from the list.
Select Save to store your settings.
Groups can only be set for the Phone names cards (not for the SIM names cards).
MY CARD
My Card is a specific storage location where you can enter personal data. You can easily access
My card and send its contents to another device via the infrared port or SMS.
My Card contents is identical to the phone cards contents except for the Groups and Voice dialling
fields.
To enter My Card data set:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select My Card.
Select View and enter the requested information just as in any phonebook card (validate
each entry by selecting OK).
Select Save to store your card.
To send My Card via the Infrared port, by SMS and by e-mail:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Phonebook
Select My Card.
Select Send by... then select Infrared port: the infrared port automatically opens and sends
the card. Or select SMS or e-mail, then enter the mobile number to send the card to or
choose it from the Names list and press OK.
Press and hold the up arrow key from the standby display to directly get to Send my card by... Infrared port/
SMS/e-mail.
MY NUMBER(S) DISPLAY
The phone can display your main line (Line 1) mobile number, the mobile number for Line 2
(Alternate Line Service) and your data and fax numbers (these are SIM card dependent). These
numbers may be stored in the SIM card. You can also manually enter them.
To view, name and edit your own number(s),
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select My numbers. The mobile number for Line 1 is displayed if it is stored in the SIM card.
If not, select Edit and type your number and your name in (select OK to save the entered
information).
Scroll down to view or enter Line 2, your fax and data numbers.
1. Line 2, data and fax numbers can only be reached if your SIM card bears such subscriptions.
2. My numbers availability depends on your service provider.
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FIXED DIALLING NUMBERS
Fixed dialling is a feature that restricts outgoing calls to 'fixed' numbers or 'prefixes' contained in
SIM cards that support this feature. When the Fixed Dialling Numbers (FDN) feature is activated,
dialling numbers, diverting calls and sending SMS to numbers not registered in the FDN list is
forbidden. The number of FDN entries to be stored depends on the SIM card capacity. Activating
the FDN feature or registering numbers into the FDN list is PIN 2 protected (contact your service
provider to get the PIN 2 number).
The following menu (Fixed dialling) and operations are only available on your mobile if your SIM
card allows fixed dialling.
To activate or deactivate FDN operation:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Fixed dialling. Select Status.
Select On or Off. Enter the PIN2 number.
Select OK to validate.
The Fixed dialling sub-menu may not be available on your mobile. Please contact your service provider for further
details.
To view the numbers stored in the FDN list:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Fixed Dialling.
Select View to view the FDN list entries. Pressing Options allows to view, call, add a name,
delete, copy or move numbers to the phone or SIM card memory, but also send these numbers
by Infrared port or SMS, or send a SMS.
To add a new number in the FDN list:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Fixed dialling.
Select Add new.
Enter you PIN2 code and press OK;
Fill in the displayed fields as in any SIM name card then select Save to store your settings.
1. Wild card spaces can be used with the numbers stored in the FDN list. E.g. number +441707 278_ _ 9
allows calls to all numbers from 278009 to 278999 to be dialled. The number can be edited and dialled from
the standby display.
2. You may be asked to enter your PIN2 code.
EXPORT
The purpose of the Export feature is to allow the sending of the phonebook contents to another
device (e.g. a pc). You first need to export the card(s) to the Fun & Media box/Others sub-menu
(see "others", page 59).
1
2
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Export..., then select Yes. The whole contents of the phonebook is exported and
gathered in a Vcard file and stored in Fun & Media box/Others.
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CAMERA
he camera application allows you to take pictures with your mobile (with
clamshell open or closed).
These pictures can then be used to:
- personalize your standby display, your External, your Welcome or your Goodbye screen (please see "setting an image as a main screen, an external screen,
a welcome or a goodbye screen from the pictures folder", page 55),
- be sent to other devices (mobile phones, pc) by e-mail, MMS (see "multimedia
messages", page 31) or infrared port (see "infrared port", page 21), match your phone cards (see
"phone names card", page 44).
You can take 3 size pictures: large (VGA: 640x480 pixels), normal (160x120 pixels) or portrait
(60x80 pixels).
T
The use of the camera and the sending, forwarding and reproducing of the taken pictures are
subject to property and privacy rights. Do not take a picture unless authorized.
MOBILE POSITIONING
OPEN CLAMSHELL:
CLOSED CLAMSHELL:
Subject
behind the
mobile.
Subject in front of the mobile.
1. Please check the good positioning of the subject on the main screen (open clamshell) or on the external
screen (closed clamshell).
2. You can directly launch the Camera application by pressing and holding the side key (closed clamshell).
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TAKING A PICTURE
FROM THE MAIN MENU:
1
2
Press OK. Select Camera.
Press OK or press on the side key to take your picture.
FROM THE STANDBY DISPLAY:
1
2
Press and hold the side key to have direct access to the camera applications: when the
clamshell is open the preview is performed on the main screen. When the clamshell is
closed the preview is performed on the external screen.
Press OK or press on the side key to take your picture.
Opening or closing the clamshell implies a preview swap to new active screen.
Once the capture is performed the picture is displayed. You can then reach the following options
sub menu:
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
Full view
Camera
Set as...
To see the picture on full screen.
To go back to the preview screen.
To set the picture as a Main Screen, an External, a Welcome or a
Goodbye screen image.
To send the picture via the Infrared port, by e-mail or by MMS.
To delete the current picture.
To change the name of the picture.
To get information about the name, resolution, size, date and file
protection status.
To change the full view mode to a Smaller, Medium and Larger size.
Send by...
Delete
Rename
Details
Zoom +/-
FROM ANOTHER APPLICATION:
The Camera application can be lauched from the Options menu while using other applications
on the mobile. According to this application all resolution types may not be available.
The camera-reachable applications are the following:
APPLICATIONS
AVAILABLE RESOLUTION
Phonebook
Settings (main,
welcome or
goodbye screen)
Settings (external
screen)
Multimedia messages
or e-mail
portrait.
portrait and normal.
portrait
all.
To reach the camera application from the Phonebook:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Phonebook.
Select Add name, then Phone names.
Once in the phone card, select Picture and select
When in the picture browser, select Options.
Select Camera.
.
To reach the camera application from the Settings menu:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Display, then Main screen, External screen, Welcome screen or Goodbye
screen.
Scroll down to My Picture and select Pictures (left soft key).
When in the picture browser, select Options.
Select Camera.
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To reach the camera application from the MMS menu:
1
2
3
4
From the standby display select Message (right softkey or Press OK then select Messages),
Select Multimedial messages.
Select Write new. Once on the picture field press OK.
When in the pictures browser, select Options.
Select Camera.
To reach the camera application from the e-mail menu:
1
2
3
4
5
From the standby display select Message (right softkey or Press OK then select Messages),
select e-mail.
Select Write new. Scroll down to the attached files and press OK.
Select Picture.
When in the pictures browser, select Options.
Select Camera.
If a call is active, access to the camera is not allowed.
ADJUSTING YOUR PICTURE
You can adjust 4 types of settings before taking a picture: Resolution, Exposure, Brightness
and Zoom. All these settings are to be done from the preview screen.
TO SELECT THE PICTURE SIZE:
1
2
Use the left or right arrow keys to select the Large (VGA), Normal or Portrait mode.
Press OK to take a picture.
TO SELECT THE EXPOSURE MODE:
These modes allow you to optimize the picture quality according to the context.
1
2
3
Press the up or down arrow key to get to the exposure mode selection.
Use the left or right arrow to get to the Standard, Sport (moving subject) or
Night (dark context) mode.
Press OK to take a picture.
TO SELECT THE BRIGHTNESS MODE:
1
2
3
Press the up or down arrow key to get to the brightness setting mode.
Select one of the seven brightness levels.
Press OK to take a picture.
TO ADJUST THE ZOOM:
1
2
3
Use the up or down arrow key to get to the zoom mode (the zoom is not
available from the Large VGA mode).
Use the left or right arrow key to zoom in or out:
.
Press OK to take a picture.
OPTIONS MENU
You can set default settings on the camera application. These parameters are then automatically
activated when entering the camera application:
1
2
Press OK. Select Camera.
Select Options then select Settings:
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Image resolution
Image quality
Shutter sound
Large (VGA: 640x480 pixels)
Normal (160x120 pixels)
Portrait (60x80 pixels)
High, Normal and Basic
1, 2, 3 (volume level).
The Shutter sound is a ’Camera-like’ sound that is played on picture capture.
STORING/ERASING YOUR PICTURE
When the picture is captured (see above "taking a picture", page 51), the ’Keep this photo ?’
message is displayed.
1
Selecting Clear then Yes to erase it.
The image is automatically stored in the Fun & Media box Pictures sub-folder (see "pictures",
page 54). It is stored as a .jpg file.
SELF TIMER
The camera application offers the possibility to take delayed pictures, thus enabling the user to
be on the picture.
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK key and then Camera.
Press Options.
Select Self timer capture.
Clamshell opened: press OK or press the side key.
Clamshell closed: press the side key.
The capture is automaticaly performed after 10 seconds.
The 10 second countdown is displayed on the main screen. The picture is automatically taken
after the countdown The Self timer function is then automatically set to Off.
If any event occurs after the countdown has started the selftimer is set to Off. After the event was treated the
mobile returns to the preview screen.
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FUN & MEDIA BOX
his menu gathers and manages all the images, melodies, speech notes,
games and applications contained in the mobile as well as all the files received
via the infrared port, e-mails, Wap, Multimedia messages or SMS.
T
PICTURES
The Pictures sub-menu allows to view and install pre-set, stored (via the Camera and the Infrared port) and downloaded images as a Main screen, an External, a Welcome or a Goodbye
screen in order to configure and personalize your mobile screen (see "display", page 69).
External screen
Main screen
Welcome screen/
Goodbye screen
You can download and record images via the mailer, the Infrared port and the Camera application.
It is then possible to store them and/or set them as a Main screen, an External screen, a Welcome
screen or a Goodbye screen.Your mobile allows you to set one Main screen, one External screen,
one Welcome screen or one Goodbye screen from the downloaded and/or stored images (to
download and store images, see the following sections).
PICTURES BROWSER
The Pictures browser allows to display the stored images as a list
or as thumbnails. When the pictures are displayed as a list the
screen is divided into two parts: the image names list and the selected image. When they are displayed a mosaic (Thumbnails
mode: see Options/My preferences) the screen contains a mosaic
of pictures and the name of the selected image.
VIEWING AN IMAGE
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select Pictures.
Scroll the images list or mosaic. Select the required image or select Album 1 or Album 2 to
view their contents (press OK).
Press OK or Options and View to view the selected image in full size.
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OPTIONS
The Pictures folder Options list bears the following items:
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
View
To view the full image and name.
To set the image as a Main screen, as an External screen, as a Welcome
screen at mobile start or as a Goodbye animation at mobile switch off.
Send by...
To send the picture via the Infrared port, by MMS or by e-mail.
Delete
To delete the current picture.
Delete all
To delete all the selected folder contents.
Move
To move the current image to Pictures, Album 1 or Album 2.
To show the name, resolution, size, registering date and protection status
Details
of the current file.
sort the stored images (by date, name, size) and select a view mode (List
My preferences To
or Thumbnails) to change the Picture browser mode.
Set as...
1. Album 1 and Album 2 are sub-folders of the Pictures menu.
2. The Album 1 and Album 2 Options list only bears View and My preferences.
3. The sending of an image may not be allowed if it is exportation (copyright) protected (the ’File protected’
message is then displayed).
4. To send an image via the infrared port please see " infrared port", page 21. To send an image via the e-mail
or Multimedia messages please see "e-mails", page 37 or "multimedia messages", page 31.
5. Error messages may be displayed when setting, viewing or storing an image:’File too big’: Please see "error
messages", page 83; ’Decoding failure’: the image cannot be viewed by the phone.
6. The sending of images via the Infrared port may not be possible if the image is exportation protected. The
’File protected!’ message is then displayed.
When viewing an image an Options menu is available:
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
Full view
To see the picture on full screen.
To set the image as a Main screen, as an External screen, as a Welcome
screen at mobile start or as a Goodbye animation at mobile turn off.
To send the picture via the Infrared port, by MMS or by e-mail.
To delete the current picture.
To rotate the picture to the right (90°), to the left (90°) or turn it over (180°).
To change the picture name.
To show the name, resolution, size, storage date and protection status of
the current file.
To change the picture view to a Smaller, Medium or Larger size.
Set as...
Send by...
Delete
Rotate...
Rename
Details
Zoom +/-
If a picture was rotated, its original version is used in the Set as... process.
SETTING AN IMAGE AS A MAIN SCREEN, AN EXTERNAL SCREEN, A WELCOME OR A GOODBYE SCREEN
FROM THE PICTURES FOLDER
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select Pictures.
Use the up and down arrow keys to scroll through the image names list and select one.
Select Options and then Set as...
Select Main screen, External screen, Welcome screen or Goodbye screen.
To be set as an external screen, the picture cannot be animated and must not exceed 100kB.
CROPPING
The image you want to set as a Main screen may be too large to be inserted into
the available space. Your phone then proposes a cropped image.
It is then possible to move the image left, right, up and down (cursor key). The
image you have cropped is then displayed as such on the mobile (as a Main
screen).
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1
2
3
Select Set as... then select Main screen. If the image is too big, the crop screen is displayed.
Use the cursor key to move the image up, down, left or right (the availability of the four
arrows depends on the image size).
Select OK. Stored is then displayed.
RECEIVING IMAGES VIA THE INFRARED PORT
1
2
3
4
Open the infrared port (see "infrared port", page 21) and make sure the infrared port of the
other appliance faces your mobile infrared port so that the image transfer is correctly done.
When you have received an image select Options then select View.
Select Options.
Select Full screen, Set as... Main screen, External screen, Welcome screen or Goodbye
screen, Details or Zoom +/-.
1. The images you receive via the infrared port are automaticaly stored in the Fun & Media box Pictures sub-folder.
2. To choose and activate a Main screen, an External screen, a Welcome screen or a Goodbye screen see
"pictures", page 54.
MELODIES
Melodies sub-menu gathers Downloaded and Predefined melodies.
MELODIES
You can choose a ringtone among the list of melodies available in your mobile.
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select Melodies.
Scroll up or down and choose a melody. The melody is played within 2 seconds. The
Options menu allows you to Play the melody, Set it as ringtone, Set it as alarm, Set it as
ringtone L2 (if Line2 is activated), Set it as Welcome melody or Goodbye melody, Send it
by... e-mail, or Infrared port, Delete it, Delete all or get Details.
The sending of an image by e-mail or by MMS may be forbidden according to the image type.
MELODY DOWNLOAD
You can download melodies from the internet, from interactive voice servers, from the e-mails
or via the infrared port .
On top of the usual melodies download by SMS you can download melodies by browsing internet
web sites.
This is done via the 'Digiplug' or the Nokia™ Smart Messaging system for Mitsubishi Electric
phones.
The principle is the following:
1
2
3
4
5
Melodies are stored on a Web Digiplug server.
Select your Mitsubishi Electric mobile type to access a choice of melodies.
Choose one or more melodies to be downloaded to your phone.
All chosen melodies are downloaded via SMS.
Once the melody is received a reception screen is displayed. Press OK or select Options
then Play to play the received melody.
To set a melody as a ringtone, an alarm, a welcome or a Goodbye. Please see "tones", page 68.
You can also receive melodies via the Infrared port.
Formats managed by the phone are .mid, .mld, .dgp, .nsm and .imy formats.
To play a downloaded melody from the reception screen:
1
2
Select OK or select Options then Play.
Select Exit to stop playing.
The melody is automatically saved as soon as it is received by the mobile. It is stored in the Melodies folder.
To install a downloaded melody:
1
2
Select Options.
Select Install.
If the memory space is sufficient, the melody is automatically stored in the Melodies file. If
there is no space left you need to choose one or several melody(ies) to be replaced from
the set of melodies (melodies associated to a ring feature cannot be deleted).
Once stored, a message is displayed. The melody can be played and selected via the
Fun & Mediabox menu.
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SPEECH NOTES
This feature allows you to record speech notes on your mobile
TO RECORD A SPEECH NOTE:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select Speech note.
If no speech note was recorded select New. If one/several speech note(s) is/are stored in the
mobile select Options then Record new.
Select Stop to end the recording.
Type the note name and press OK
TO PLAY A SPEECH NOTE:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select Speech not3e.
Scroll up or down to the required speech note. Press OK or Select Options then select Play.
CONTENTS OF THE OPTIONS MENU
:
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
Play
Record new
Send by...
Delete
Delete all
Rename
Details
To play the recorded speech note(s).
To record a new speech note.
To send the speech note via the Infrared port, by MMS or by e-mail.
To delete the current speech note.
To delete all the Speech note contents.
To change the name of the current speech note.
To get information about the name, file size and recording date, and file protection status.
The speech note list can be directly reached from the stanby display. Press the down arrow key to play the stored memos. Press and hold the down arrow key to record a note.
GAMES AND APPLICATIONS
IN FUSIO™ GAMES
In Fusio™ and all In Fusio-based trademarks and logos are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystem, Inc., in the US
and other countries.
This sub-menu allows to: launch games that are stored on your mobile, download new games,
upgrade or delete downloaded games. A maximum of six In Fusio™ games can be stored on
your mobile.
TO LAUNCH A GAME FROM THE IDLE SCREEN
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select In-Fusio games.
Select one of the available games.
1
2
Press and hold the
key.
Select one of the available games.
or
1. Games download may require a delivery charge.
2. You can erase the games that were downloaded from the network.
To play and move while on a game you may need to use the following keys:
KEY
or
or
or
or
or ok
ACTION
To move left.
To move right.
To move up.
To move down.
To validate or fire.
To make a pause. Press
again to resume the game.
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TO DOWNLOAD A GAME
You may be able to download a maximum of 6 games onto your mobile.The Catalogue allows you
to get the list and description of the games you can download. If the contents of the catalogue is not
available on the phone it may also be downloaded. All information related to games downloading is
available in the Instructions menu.
The Games menu is made of the following sub-menus: Catalogue, News, Instructions and
Settings in addition to the available game(s) name(s).
ITEM
ACTION
Catalogue
Select Catalogue to view and/or download games from the network.
The catalogue can be updated so that you can view the new available games.
Select News to get information on new games availability.
Select Instructions for all information related to games downloading.
Select Settings to access the nickname, sound, vibrations, and backlight
settings common to all games.
News
Instructions
Settings
1. Receiving an incoming call while playing may not allow you to resume the current game.
2. Please check downloading and billing conditions with your service provider.
3. The games download option, the catalogue and the cataloque update option my not be available on your
mobile. Please check with your service provider.
4. The symbol is displayed when an In Fusio™ connection is in progress.
JAVA™ APPLICATIONS
Java™ and all Java-based trademarks and logos are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Sun Microsystem, Inc., in the US
and other countries.
This sub-menu allows to launch Java™ games and applications that are stored on your mobile,
and upgrade or delete downloaded games and applications.
Your mobile may bear pre-stored games and/or applications (operator dependent).
TO LAUNCH A JAVA™ APPLICATION
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select Java.
Select Downloaded apps to launch a game or an application you previously downloaded on
your mobile (see "to download a java™ application", page 59) or Default applications to launch
a pre-embedded game or application.
Select one of the available games and applications or select Options and then select Start.
When on the dowloaded application list the following options submenu is available:
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
View
Start
Delete
Delete all
Details
To view the application detailed content.
To launch the game or the application.
To delete a game or an application.
To delete the stored games and/or applications.
To view the game/application name, size, version and manufacturer.
1. The Default applications menu is not available if no pre-embedded application is available.
2. The content of the option menu may change from a game/application to another.
When running a game and/or application actions are linked to the following keys:
KEY
ACTION
OK and
To move left.
To move right.
To move down.
To move up.
To fire.
Game D.
Game A.
Game B.
Game C.
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1. Access to actions on keys
,
,
and
depends on the current game. The actions linked to these keys
may depend on the launched game or application. Please read the game/application instructions for full details.
2. Beware: If the features of the dowloaded game(s) do not comply with the mobile capabilities, the application
may not run properly.
TO DOWNLOAD A JAVA™ APPLICATION
Java™ applications are to be downloaded via the Wap™ application (please see "starting a
wap™ session", page 62):.
1
2
Once on a Wap page containing Java™ games/applications, select the game/application
you want to dowload.
Select Retrieve (Left softkey) to download the game/application on your mobile.
1. Game and application download may require a delivery charge. Please check downloading and billing conditions with your service provider.
2. You cannot install a Java™ game/application that was received by e-mail, MMS or via the infrared port
(Java™ games & applications are copyright protected).
SETTINGS
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select Java.
Select Settings.
The Settings menu is made of the following items:
ITEM
ACTION
Profiles
Network
Access
Permanent
Backlight
Select Profiles to access the list of available profiles.
Select Network Access to automaticaly block or unblock any connection
attempt from an application.
Select On to set the backlight continuously On while running a Java™ game or
application.
Selecting Off keeps the backlight standard behaviour.
Receiving an incoming call while playing may not allow you to resume the current game.
To add a profile:
A profile is a list of of parameters that allow the connection of applications when needed (please
see "storing the connection settings", page 62 and "connection manager", page 73):
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select Java.
Select Settings. Select Profiles.
Select an empty profile ([...]).
Enter the Profile name.
Select Connection profiles and enter the required informations.
Please contact your service provider to get your Profile details.
OTHERS
This file allows to store vcard files (Phonebook card), vcalendar files (Diary cards), text files and
files with unknowen/unsupported format.
TO DISPLAY THE OTHERS FILE CONTENTS
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Fun & Media box.
Select Others.
Use the up and down arrow keys to scroll the required file.
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The following Options list is available:
OPTIONS
DESCRIPTION
View
Store
To view the file contents.
To store the file into the required application.
Infrared port/SMS/e-mail: to send the current file via the infrared port by
SMS or by e-mail for vCards and vCalendars, to send the current file via the
infrared port for text or any other file type.
To delete the current file.
To delete all the folder files.
To view the current file name, size, storage date and file protection status
information.
Send by...
Delete
Delete all
Details
1. The contents of this Options list may vary according to the file type.
2. You cannot send any copyright protected file (the ’File protected’ message is displayed on any attempt to
send copyright protected files).
DATA EXCHANGE
The purpose of this feature is to allow easy transfer of vCards and vCalendars. A vCard or a
vCalendar are phonebook cards and diary cards that are sent or received to/from another device
(mobile, PC,...).
STORING A RECEIVED VCARD
1
2
3
4
Select Options (left softkey) on the information screen when you have received the file.
Select View.
The received file is displayed. Select Store.
Select Phone names, Sim names, Sim fixed or My card. The vCard is then stored.
A received file may bear several vcards. You can then select the one(s) you want to keep, then select Store.
STORING A RECEIVED VCALENDAR
1
2
3
Select Options (left softkey) on the information screen when you have received the file.
Select View.
The received file is displayed. Select Store.
A received file may bear several vcalendars. You can then select the one(s) you want to keep, then select
Store.
SENDING A VCARD OR A VCALENDAR BY SMS
1
2
3
4
5
Select the vCard or the vCalendar you wish to transfer as explained in "diary", page 17, "calendar",
page 17 and "tasks list", page 19 or select it from Others.
Select Options.
Select Send by... SMS. A warning may then be displayed, advising on the number of SMS
needed to send the card (if more than 1 SMS needed).
Select OK if you wish to continue.
Enter the number you want to send the vCard or the vCalendar to, or pick up a name from
the Names list.
STORAGE USED
To consult the percentage of memory used for the Pictures, Melodies, Others and Speech note
folders:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Fun & media box.
Select Storage used. The total memory used is displayed (all file types). Select Details to
get storage information per file type.
Use the up and down arrow keys to scroll to the required information type (Pictures, Melodies, Speech note, Others).
The Fun & Media box space is managed as a single folder. The Pictures, Melodies, Others and Speech note
files therefore share the same space in the mobile.
You may not be able to store more files. You can therefore, for instance, remove pictures to free some space
and create a new Speech note.
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CALENDAR
he availability of this menu is network dependent. If your SIM card does not bear
an access to the Network services the Calendar menu is directly accessible
from the Menu icons.
Please see "calendar", page 17 for full details.
T
NETWORK SERVICES
he availability of this menu is network dependent (it may not be available or
be named Network services, Services,...).
Your network operator may provide value added services, information and contact
phone numbers. These services and phone numbers are stored in your SIM card
and appear on the phone menu as they are reachable from the Network serv.
menu. Please contact your service provider for further details.
Some operators may provide up to two services on the same SIM card. The displayed sub-menus in the Network serv. menu may then be named Applications, Services or
Information.
Three kinds of services can be registered in this menu:
T
SIM APPLICATION TOOL KIT
An automatic way to provide services related to your network. These services are SIM card dependent.
SND NUMBERS STORED IN THE SIM CARD
Up to 32 numbers may be stored in the SIM. These numbers cannot be modified or deleted.
INFORMATION NUMBERS
A list or a menu allowing to call network or information services offered by the network.
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WAP™
Your mobile allows Wap™(Wireless Application Protocol) connections to
access operator and/or Wap™ provided services (e.g. news, sports, weather,
travel buying, etc.).
To get a Wap™ connection please make sure:
- your SIM card bears a Data subscription
- all the necessary parameters are stored into the mobile. These parameters
may have been set by your operator. If not you have to enter them manually.
Please contact your service provider to check these elements and get the detailed list of parameters
to be entered.
STORING THE CONNECTION SETTINGS
The current date and time must be set before you enter any Wap™ connection setting.
The profile list can contain up to 10 Wap™ profiles. A profile is a list of parameters that allow
Wap™ connections.
TO ENTER AND STORE THE PROFILE DETAILS
You can register profile details via the standard mode if you have previously registered profiles in the
Connection manager menu (see "connection manager", page 73). To add a profile:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Settings.
Select Wap profiles.
Choose an empty profile ([...]).
Enter the profile name.
Select Home page. Select List to select one of the available home page addresses or the
http:// and https:// root addresses, or type in the url address.
Select Connection profiles. Enter the requested information (the GSM connection and
GPRS connection fields are linked to the Connection manager and thus allow to pick one
from the displayed list - see "connection manager", page 73). Select Save to store the data.
Select Gateway settings and type in the IP address.
Select Push parameters (please contact your service provider to get the information to be
entered). Your Wap profile is then stored.
1.All the requested parameters are obtainable from your network operator and/or Wap™ provider.
2. The phone number or access point name, the login and the password are to be stored in the Connection
Manager (see "connection manager", page 73).
3. Access to the connection settings may depend on the pre-programmation of the settings. The connection settings
menu may not be available in some cases. These settings may be 'Locked' and not be user programmable.
4. You can request the activation of the security feature from the profiles list (Advanced settings / Activate
security).
5. Your service provider may require to have the security context reset. Select Yes.
STARTING A WAP™ SESSION
If several Wap™ profiles are stored, you need to select one before launching a session:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Settings.
Select Wap profiles.
Scroll to the required profile and choose one by pressing OK (Selected is displayed).
If the profile was already selected, pressing OK directly leads to the profile contents.
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To launch a Wap™ session from the main menu:
1
2
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Home page.
The Wap™ connection is then launched and the list of the available site services is displayed
once the page was downloaded.
If the activated Wap™ profile is not correctly set or if your subscription does not allow you to
reach the selected Wap™ site the Not available then Connection failure messages are
displayed.
To launch a Wap™ session from the standby screen:
1
2
Press and hold the OK key.
The Wap™ connection is launched and the list of the available site services is displayed
once the page is downloaded.
If the activated Wap™ profile is not correctly set or if your subscription does not allow you to
reach the selected Wap™ site the Not available then Connection failure messages are
displayed.
Once connected the Wap™ browser is displayed. The icon at the top of the display indicates
a GSM connection. The
icon is shown if your phone is connected to a GPRS network during
the Wap™ session.
GETTING TO THE OPTIONS MENU WHILE ONLINE.
In the absence of Options while online pressing the call key during a live connection shows the
following options menu:
ITEM
ACTION
Back
Reload
Save...
Home page
Bookmarks
To go back to the previous page.
To reload the current Wap™ page.
To access the Save page, Save as bookmark, Attachments sub-menus
To go to and reload the home page.
To provide immediate access to the bookmarks. You can add a new
bookmark or select an existing bookmark.
To go to another Wap™ site.
To access the list of the saved pages.
To access the Push inbox.
Same as when offline.
To access the statistics screen of the Wap features
To disconnect the browser from the network. However the browser
remains active locally with the current page displayed.
To disconnect from the network, close the browser and get back to
the Wap menu.
Go to site...
Saved pages
Push inbox
Settings
Storage used
Disconnect
Close session
The availability of these options is operator dependent. It may also depend on the contents of the displayed page.
ENDING THE ONLINE CONNECTION
To end the Wap™ connection:
1
To disconnect press the end key or press Options and select Disconnect.
To close the session:
1
Press End or press Options and select Close session. Connection to the Wap™ server
is then ended.
To disconnect, then close the session:
1
Press the end key twice.
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PERSONALISING YOUR CONNECTION SETTINGS
The following user settings are available and enable to optimise the phone behaviour during
Wap™ connection
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Settings.
A list allows to select different options:
OPTION
ACTION
Wap profiles
To enter and register profile details.
To select GSM or GPRS as a default bearer when defining mixed based
(GSM + GPRS) profiles. If an error is detected the other bearer is then
proposed and may be used ('Use alternate connection mode?' is displayed).
To configure the browser and allow it to display the pages in full screen mode,
large, medium or small fonts, to allow or forbid pictures download and script
execution in Wap™ pages, to accept or forbid cookies.
See "receiving push messages", page 65.
Preferred
bearer
My
preferences
Push
preferences
The Preferred bearer sub-menu may not be available on your mobile (operator dependent feature).
During page browsing, security can be activated (on a https link only). This lets you continue
local browsing (via the cards in the memory). When a connection to the network is needed
again, a secured connection is requested to the same profile.
When the secured connection is established, the
icon at the top of the display indicates a
circuit connection in secure mode. The
icon is shown if your phone is connected to a GPRS
network during the Wap™ session in secure mode.
When activating the secured mode the mobile and the server undergo exchanging certificates. You may then
be asked to accept this exchange.
CREATING BOOKMARKS
Bookmarks provide direct links to determined Wap™ pages. You can store direct links to these
pages.
There are two ways of registering bookmarks (maximum: 20):
Directly from the standby display,
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Bookmarks. The list of bookmarks is displayed in alphabetical order.
Select an empty entry ([...]). Select and enter the requested information in the following
fields:
ITEM
ACTION
Alias
Address
Name you want to give to your bookmark
Home page address (if known)
4
Select Save to store the data.
During a Wap™ session whilst viewing a page:
1
2
Press the call key.
Select Save, then select save as Bookmark.
Bookmarks can be Edited or Deleted from the Bookmarks item under the Wap™ menu options whilst offline or online.
USING BOOKMARKS
Bookmarks can be used:
directly from the standby display:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Bookmarks.
Select the bookmark name you require to directly connect to the corresponding Wap™
site.
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while you are browsing the Wap™:
1
2
3
Press the call key to display the options menu.
Select Bookmarks.
Select one of the bookmark names to access the required Wap™ site.
Selecting OK directly tries to reach the bookmarked page.
GO TO SITE
The following sub-menu allows easy access to Wap™ sites:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Go to site....
A list allows to freely enter or select Wap™ sites addresses:
OPTION
ACTION
Last page
Site history
New address
New Bango
address
To connect to the latest page accessed with the Wap browser.
To directly go to one of the pages you have already been to.
To enter a Wap™ site address you want to reach.
To enter a Bango address site.
1. The New Bango address option may not be available on your mobile. Please check with your service provider.
2. Addresses are not stored in New address and New Bango address. They must be entered each time these
features are used.
SAVED PAGES
You an access a list of pages you have previously stored:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Saved pages.
A list allows to freely enter or select Wap™ sites addresses:
The items are ordered by storage date.
The following Options menu is available:
OPTIONS
ACTION
View
Delete
Delete all
Rename
To view the selected saved page.
To delete the selected saved page.
To delete all the saved pages.
To change the name of the selected saved page.
The Save pages feature is operator dependent, it may not be displayed.
RECEIVING PUSH MESSAGES
A push message is a message sent via a service/Wap™ provider. Push messages can bear
promotional or general information (e.g.: weather forecast). To view the related information you
need to connect to the Wap™ server.
The push messages are displayed on the mobile and/or stored in the Push Inbox, according to
the Push settings. At the end of the transmission the push reception session is ended.
The Push Inbox allows to consult and delete the stored messages but also to launch the connection to related server to retrieve the information.
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When the Push Inbox contains new message(s), an information message is displayed in the
standby display with a direct access to the inbox.
To set the push reception parameters:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Settings.
Select Push preferences and set the different parameters :
1/ Accept push info:
Never: to forbid push messages reception.
Current profile: to allow only push messages from the current Wap™ profile.
All profiles: only allows push messages from the configured Wap™ profiles.
Always: no filtering, allows reception of all push messages.
2/ Push quiet mode:
on/off: push message information displayed/not displayed on push message reception.
3/ Accept provisioning:
see information above about Accept push info. To allow, forbid or filter messages bearing
connection profiles to connect to Wap™ sites.
To consult a push message in the Push inbox:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Push inbox. Summaries of all push messages are displayed according to their
reception date and time.
Press Options then select Read text to display the selected message text in full screen
mode.
The following options may also be available:
OPTIONS
PURPOSE
Read text
Summary
Preview
To provide access to the message text (possibly on several pages)
To return to the summary display
To connect to the service but keep the message in the inbox allowing another
access to the same service later
To connect to the service and delete the message from the inbox when the
connection to the service is made.
To delete the item
To delete all inbox push messages
To provide the expiry date for this item (if available)
Retrieve
Delete
Delete all
Details
This options list may change according to the push message received.
STORAGE USED
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2
Press OK. Select Internet.
Select Storage used to get detailed information on Site history, Saved pages, Push inbox
and Cache.
MELODIES DOWNLOAD
See Voir “melody download”, page 56. for information on melody download from Wap™ sites.
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ADVANCED SETTINGS ON WAP™ PROFILES
The advanced settings are used to support specific configurations and improved services available
on certain Wap™ gateways. This menu is operator dependent and may not be available on your
phone. These parameters are displayed as Wap™ profile items.
To get to the Advanced settings menu:
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2
3
4
5
6
OPTION
Press OK. Select Wap.
Select Settings.
Select Wap profiles.
Select Options.
Select View.
Select Advanced settings. The following options are available:
DESCRIPTION
Send
To allow the sending of the mobile characteristics to the remote server.
characteristics
Activate
To activate or deactivate the security level for the current profile.
security
Use SAR
To activate or deactivate the SAR (Segmentation And Reassembly) protocol (to
enable the download of large data).
Encoding
To display the possible encoding versions. Select 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 or 1.4.
version
Normal port To edit the port address for non secure connections.
Secure port To edit the port address for secure connections.
Use
To activate or deactivate the use of the OpenwaveTM solution (to manage the
download
download of large data).
fun
Use range To activate or deactivate the range service.
The availability and contents of this menu is operator dependent.
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SETTINGS
his menu allows to adjust mobile features for your comfort and mobile
security.
T
TONES
ALERT MODE
You can set the ring, alert and alarm tone types via the Mode menu.
s If you choose the 'Vibrate' or 'Vibrate then ring' option, the vibrating option replaces all the alert and alarm tones.
To modify the alert mode:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Tones.
Select Mode.
Choose one of the available settings (Ring, Silent, Vibrate, Vibrate & ring or Vibrate then
ring) and press OK to validate.
1. You can access the Mode menu directly from the standby display by pressing the up arrow key .
2. If the Alert mode is set to Silent the icon is displayed on the standby screen.
3. If the Alert mode is set to Vibrate, Vibrate & ring or Vibrate then ring the
icon is displayed on the standby
screen (Main screen and External screen).
4. When the phone is connected to either the Desk Top Charger, HF kit, CLA or AC adapter the vibrator mode
selection is temporarily inhibited and the phone rings instead of vibrating.
RINGTONE SELECTION
You can choose a melody from the available ring tones stored in the phone.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Tones.
Select Ringtones.
Select Incoming call, Incoming call L2 (subscription dependent), Alarm, Welcome melody (On switching on the mobile a welcome melody plays before the standby screen is displayed) or Goodbye melody (on switching off the mobile a Goodbye melody plays).
Scroll up or down to listen to the different ring tones. Choose one by pressing OK.
Select Save to store your settings.
1. When scrolling up or down wait for a few seconds for the selected melody to be played (except when on
Silent mode).
2. The ‘No sound’ item may be selected to deactivate the Welcome and Goodbye melodies.
VOLUME ADJUSTMENTS
The ring tone, ramping, key tones, conversation and alarm tones (alarm
clock, diary alarm and low battery alarm) audio levels can all be individually
adjusted via the Settings menu:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Tones .
Select Volume.
Select Ring, Ramping, Keys, Conversation or Alarm.
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5
6
7
Scroll up or down to adjust the settings. You can also use the numeric keys to set the
required audio level: pressing on
sets the volume to 2, pressing on
or
sets the volume to 6 or 7 pressing on
sets the volume to the minimum value (1 for the speech and 0
for all others).
Press OK to validate the setting.
Select Save to store your setting.
During a call you can adjust the conversation volume level by using the up and down arrow
keys.
1. If the ring tone volume level is set to 0 the icon is displayed on the standby screen.
2. Setting the key tones to 0 deactivates the key tones.
RAMPING
Ramping is a feature that, when turned on, causes the incoming ring tone to gradually increase
to the maximum volume level if the call is not answered after the first ring.
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2
3
4
5
6
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Tones.
Select Volume.
Select Ramping.
Select On.
Select Save to store your setting.
DISPLAY
MAIN SCREEN
Themes can be changed to personalize your standby display.
To select a standby background image for your Main screen:
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2
3
4
4’
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Display.
Select Main screen.
Select My picture or one of the five available background images.
If My picture is selected, select Pictures (left softkey) and choose one from the available
images (see "pictures", page 54). The image may be too large ; a Crop screen is then displayed
(see "cropping", page 55).
Select Save to store your setting.
1. The Urban theme changes twice a day: a night screen sets at 7 p.m., a day screen sets at 7 a.m.
2. The Meridian theme displays the origin and the secondary clocks.
3. You can also set your Main screen image from the Pictures menu (see "setting an image as a main screen,
an external screen, a welcome or a goodbye screen from the pictures folder", page 55).
4. The picture linked to the main screen may be an animated GIF (maximum size: 100kB).
EXTERNAL SCREEN
Themes can be changed to personalize your external display.
To select a standby background image for your External screen:
1
2
3
4
4’
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Display.
Select External screen.
Select My picture or Default.
If My picture is selected, select Pictures (left softkey) and choose one from the available
images (see "pictures", page 54). The image may be too large ; a Crop screen is then displayed
(see "cropping", page 55).
Select Save to store your setting.
1. You can also set your External screen image from the Pictures menu (see "setting an image as a main
screen, an external screen, a welcome or a goodbye screen from the pictures folder", page 55).
2. If the picture selected for the external screen is removed from the mobile, the External screen is then set to
default.
3. The selected picture for the External screen cannot be an animated image. It can be Copy protected.
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WELCOME SCREEN
At mobile switch on a Welcome screen shows before the standby screen is displayed. This
screen is a default one but it can be customised. You can indeed select any of the Pictures folder
images - see "pictures", page 54.
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2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Display.
Select Welcome screen.
Select Default or scroll down to My picture. Select Pictures (left soft key) to choose one
among the stored images.
Select Save to store your setting.
You can also set the Welcome screen from the Pictures menu (see "setting an image as a main screen, an
external screen, a welcome or a goodbye screen from the pictures folder", page 55).
GOODBYE SCREEN
At mobile switch off a Goodbye screen shows. This screen is a default one but it can be customised.
You can indeed select any of the Pictures folder images - see "pictures", page 54.
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2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Display.
Select Goodbye screen.
Select Default or scroll down to My picture. Select Pictures to choose one among the
stored images.
Select Save to store your setting.
You can also set the Goodbye screen from My picture menu (see "setting an image as a main screen, an external
screen, a welcome or a goodbye screen from the pictures folder", page 55).
BACKLIGHT
To adjust the backlight for both main and external screen:
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2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Display.
Select Backlight.
Adjust the backlight with the up or down arrow keys and select OK.
Select Save to store the setting.
EXTERNAL CONTRAST
To adjust the contrast of the external screen:
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2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Display.
Select Contrast (external).
Adjust the contrast with the up and down arrow keys and press OK.
Select Save to store the setting.
KEYPAD
KEYPAD LOCK
When the keypad lock is activated it prevents accidental operation of the keys. The key tones
are muted.
Keypad lock is suspended on incoming calls and resumed when the call ends. Emergency calls
(112) can however be made. If a key is pressed a reminder message is displayed.
To activate and deactivate the keypad lock:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Keypad.
Select Keypad lock.
To unlock the keypad, press Unlock then
.
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or:
1
2
From the standby screen press and hold
to activate the keypad lock.
Press and hold
to de-activate the keypad lock.
ANY KEY ANSWER
This feature allows to answer a call by pressing on any key (except from the Off, No ring and
Side keys).
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Keypad.
Select Any key answer and select On.
SOFTKEYS FUNCTIONS
This feature allows to change the right and left softkey functions to get a quick access to the
features you frequently use.
Changing the softkey functions via the main menu:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Keypad.
Select Softkeys functions and select Left softkey or Right softkey.
The list of available functions is displayed. Choose one and press OK.
Changing the softkey functions via the standby screen:
1
2
Press and hold the left softkey or the right softkey.
The list of available functions is displayed. Choose one and press OK.
The selected functions are now directly available from the stand by display.
SPEED DIAL
Phonebook numbers can be assigned to keys to . The key cannot be assigned a phonebook number as it is assigned by default to the Voice Mail number (see "calling the voice mail
centre to check your messages", page 29). The
key cannot be assigned a phonebook
number as it is assigned by default to the Games feature (see "to launch a game from the idle
screen", page 57)
Numbers stored in both the SIM card and the phone (except from fixed dialling numbers) can
be selected.
To assign phonebook numbers to the speed dialling keys:
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2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Keypad.
Select Speed Dial.
The Key number and the attached name (if any) is displayed. Select Names (or Options
then Names if a number was already attached to the key) to choose a name from the names
list.
Select OK to validate.
If a number which has been assigned to a speed dial key is deleted from the phonebook the corresponding
number is automatically deleted from the speed dial key.
PHONE SETTINGS
LANGUAGE SELECTION
You can change the language on your mobile:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Phone settings.
Select Language.
Choose a language from the displayed list and press OK to validate.
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AUTO FEATURES
AUTO-ANSWER
This feature only works when the phone is connected to a headset. The phone then automatically
answers the call after about 5 seconds (no key to be pressed).
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Phone settings.
Select Auto features.
Select Auto-answer and choose On.
Select Save to store your setting.
AUTO-RETRY
This feature allows the phone to automatically redial the number after the call failed due to an engaged
line or an unavailable signal from the network. The number is re-dialled 10 times maximum until it goes
through.
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Phone settings.
Select Auto features.
Select Auto-retry and choose On.
Select Save to store your setting.
When activated, Retrying and a countdown timer are displayed before each new trial. An auto-retry
warning tone sounds each time a new call attempt is made.
Selecting Exit or pressing any key during the retrial process cancels the auto-retry process.
AUTO-SWITCH-ON/OFF
This feature allows the phone to automatically switch on or off at a pre-determined time.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Phone settings.
Select Auto features.
Select Auto-switch-on or Auto-switch-off and select On to activate the feature.
Enter the time you want your mobile to switch on and/or to switch off and press OK.
Select Save to store your setting.
If the phone is already on at automatic switch-on time it remains on.
When the phone is about to automatically switch off a warning message and a countdown timer
are displayed. Selecting Exit cancels the switch off process.
If the mobile is already off at switch-off it remains off.
If a call is in progress at switch-off time, the switch-off process is postponed until the call is ended.
Caution - Remember to turn off the Auto switch-on feature when boarding an aircraft.
See "general safety", page 14.
ACTIVE FLIP
This feature allows to automatically answer/end a call when opening/closing the mobile.
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Phone settings.
Select Auto features.
Select Active flip and select on to activate the feature.
TIME AND DATE
This feature allows to set the mobile time according to the world time zone map, based on
Greenwich Mean Time (Origin clock). A Secondary clock is also available.
This feature is useful for the Diary. To import or export calendar cards, events and tasks, timetables
have to be set according to Time zones.
Both clocks are displayed on the same screen. The date and time and the city name are displayed
for both clocks.
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CLOCK SETTING
To set the clocks:
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2
3
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5
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7
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Phone settings.
Select Time & date.
Select the Origin clock. Scroll through the panels and fill in the required information.
Select Save to store the data.
Select the Secondary clock. Scroll through the panels and fill in the required information.
Select Save to store the data.
CLOCKS SWAP
This feature is useful when travelling: the local clock is displayed but you can swap between
the origin clock and the secondary clock.
To swap clocks:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Phone settings.
Select Time & date.
Select Swap.
An information message is displayed. The secondary clock becomes the origin/mobile clock
and the origin clock becomes the secondary one.
DEFAULT SETTINGS
You can reset your phone and get back your mobile default settings via the Settings menu.
This has no effect on the phonebook entries or the phone lock code.
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Phone settings
Select Default settings.
Select Yes.
The following features are reset:
FEATURE
DEFAULT SETTING
Alert Modes
Volumes, Ring, Key, Speech, Alarm
Backlight, Contrast
Any Key, Auto-Retry, Auto-Answer
features
Active flip
Ramping
Ring
Mid values
Mid values
Off
On
Off
CONNECTION MANAGER
The Connection manager service manages and centralises circuit and packet connection profiles
(see "wap™", page 62) for online applications.
CONNECTION PROFILES
SELECTING A PROFILE
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Connection manager.
Select Connection profiles.
Scroll down to the required profile. Press OK or Option and View to display the profile.
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CREATING A CONNECTION PROFILE
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2
3
4
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Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Connection manager.
Select Connection profiles.
Choose an empty profile ([...]) and select OK.
Choose GPRS connection or GSM connection and select OK.
Fill in the requested information (contact your service provider to get all necessary parameters) and select Save to store the entered data.
DATA COUNTERS
VIEWING THE CONNECTION DETAILS
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Connection manager
Select Data counters.
Select GSM counters or GPRS counters to view the connection details (bytes or time during
connection). Then select Details to get the details per connection profile.
RESETTING THE CONNECTION COUNTERS
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Connection manager.
Select Data counters.
Select Reset data counters and select Yes. Enter the Lock code (the default lock code is
0000).
OPERATION MODE
This network dependent setting allows mobile operations to be either Standard or Modem
type.
STANDARD MODE
The mobile tries to reach a GPRS networks. If the mobile succeeds attaching a GPRS network,
is displayed on standby mode. The mobile can then send and receive voice calls and packet
data calls.
To set the mode of operations to Standard:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Connection manager.
Select Operation mode.
Select Standard.
MODEM MODE
The mobile tries to reach a GPRS network.
It can only receive GPRS data calls; voice calls are then barred. This behaviour is the same
whatever the network capabilities.
However if the GPRS services are lost, the mobile automatically returns to the Standard operation
mode.
To set the operation mode to Modem:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Connection manager.
Select Operation mode.
Select Modem.
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GSM SERVICES
CALL DIVERTING
This Network dependent service allows to divert incoming calls (voice, fax or data calls) to another
number
To divert a call:
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2
3
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Call diverting. The following sub-menu is displayed (N.B.: this menu contents may
vary according to your service provider).
DIVERT OPTIONS
ACTION
Always
When not
reachable
On no reply
When busy
All conditions
Cancel all
All FAX calls
All DATA calls
To divert all incoming voice calls.
To divert all voice calls when the phone cannot be reached (out of service).
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5
6
To divert all voice calls when the call is not answered to.
To divert all voice calls when the line is engaged.
To divert all voice calls when Not Reachable, No Reply and When Busy.
To cancel all diverting options.
To unconditionally divert incoming fax calls.
To unconditionally divert incoming data calls.
Select one of these options and select OK.
Select Activate.
Select Voice Mail (if you want the calls to be diverted to your voice mailbox), Names (select
one of the phonebook entries) or Number (Enter the number the calls have to be diverted to
and select OK. A validation message bearing the selected number is displayed).
1. If the 'On no reply' option is selected please enter the time limit (5, 15 or 30 seconds; this also depends on
your network) after which the feature is valid.
2. Call diverting has to be set for both Line 1 and Line 2. Only the selected line is affected by the call divert.
To check the call divert status or deactivate it:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select the call diverting type to be checked or cancelled.
Select Status or Cancel.
To cancel all call diverts,
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Call diverting.
Select Cancel all.
1. This action cancels all call diverts (for voice, faxes and data calls) for the current line.
2. To cancel call diverts for the other line you must select this other line first (menu Calls & Times - Line selection).
CALL WAITING
This network dependent feature allows to receive a new call while a call is already established
(network dependent). To activate the call waiting feature:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Call waiting.
Select Activate. Activated or Check your request is then displayed.
You can also cancel or check the service status.
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To put a call on hold and switch from Call 1 to Call 2:
1
2
Whilst on a call a beep sounds to indicate a second incoming call.
Select Replace to take Call 2 and end Call 1, Select Reject to refuse Call 2 or press theCall/
Send key to put Call 1 on hold and take Call 2.
Press the End/Off key to end Call 1 and take Call 2.
Select Options then select Swap to get back to Call 1 and put Call 2 on hold or select Join
to have a 3 party conversation.
SENDING MY ID
You can disable the sending of your own number on a call by call basis by adding #31# before
the number you are dialling. You can also ask your service operator to always hide the sending
of your mobile phone number. Once hidden by your operator you can show your number, on a
call by call basis, by typing *31# before the number you are calling.
Please contact your service provider for more information.
- SHOWING/HIDING YOUR MOBILE NUMBER (NETWORK DEPENDENT)
Most networks allow Caller Line Identity feature (CLI). This feature allows the phone number or
the identity of the caller to be displayed when a call comes in.
CALLER LINE IDENTITY
STANDARD NETWORK SETTING
To reset the standard network setting and send your mobile ID:
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2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Sending my ID.
Select My settings.
Select Preset. The phone resets and gets back to its original network setting.
HIDING OR SHOWING YOUR NUMBER
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2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Sending my ID.
Select My settings.
Select Hide my ID or Show my ID.
FINDING OUT YOUR CURRENT ID STATUS
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Sending my ID.
Select Status.
Your current ID status is displayed.
RECEIVING CALLER ID
You can check the availability of this feature on your network or subscription.
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Receiving caller ID.
The network then either returns Presentation available or Presentation unavailable information.
NETWORK AUTOMATIC SEARCH:
When the phone is on, it automatically searches the last network it was registered to (usually
the home network). If it is not available, the phone automatically searches and selects one of
the networks registered in the preferred network list (located in the SIM card).
EDITING THE PREFERRED LIST
Your mobile contains a list of networks which can be selected (e.g.: to suit your travel arrangements). You can also transfer items from this list to the preferred networks list.
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The order and names of the networks in the preferred networks list can be edited and amended.
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2
3
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5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Network.
Select Preferred list. A list of networks is displayed.
Use the up and down arrows to view the list and select OK if you want to amend the list:
OPTION
DESCRIPTION
Modify by list
To display the list of all networks stored in the phone.
Modify by code To edit or enter the identification operator number if you have the
information.
Delete
To delete an entry
Your SIM card may contain a forbidden list of networks which cannot be used. To view it or
show your home network:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Network.
Select either Forbidden to get to the list of forbidden networks, or select Home network to
get the name of your usual network.
SELECTING MANUAL SEARCH
You may need to select a specific network (e.g. better coverage than yours in the current location).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Network.
Select Search.
Select Manual. The Scanning for networks... message is displayed.
Use the up or down arrow keys to select a network from the list.
Press OK to confirm your choice.
Requesting... is displayed. The phone then returns to the standby display.
1. You cannot select a network for manual change if it is on the forbidden list (even if it is still listed as a
choice).
2. You cannot delete a network from the forbidden list. This list is automatically updated when the manual
network selection is performed.
3. If the Manual search was selected before turning the mobile off and if the manually selected network cannot
be found when the mobile is next turned on, you then have to manually choose another network for your
mobile to lock on.
SELECTING AUTOMATIC SEARCH
To perform an automatic search from the preferred list proceed as follows:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Network.
Select Search.
Select Automatic.
CALL BARRING
This network dependent service forbids certain outgoing or incoming call types. It requires a
call barring password.
To bar a call:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Call barring.
Select Outgoing calls or Incoming calls:
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SELECT
MEANING
Outgoing
All outgoing
Outgoing
Int'nal calls
Outgoing
Int'nal excl.
home
Incoming
All incoming
Incoming
Roaming
only
To bar all outgoing calls.
5
To bar all outgoing international calls.
To bar all outgoing international calls except from calls to subscribers
within your home network.
To bar all incoming calls.
To bar all incoming calls when not on the home network.
Select Activate. Enter the password and press OK.
The network then confirms the selection.
To remove call barring or check its status:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Call barring.
Scroll up or down to select the barring type to be deactivated (Cancel) or checked and follow
the displayed instructions.
CALL BARRING PASSWORD
The call barring password is used to select the call barring levels. It is supplied via your service
provider.
To change the password:
1
2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services.
Select Call barring.
Select Change password.
First enter the former password then enter the new password twice. A Confirmation message
is displayed.
SECURITY FEATURES
The security features described in this section protect your phone from unauthorized use.
When requested enter the code and press OK. Codes are displayed as asterisks (*).
Press Clear if you need to amend your entry.
Avoid using codes similar to emergency numbers such as 999 or 112 to prevent accidental dialling of these
numbers.
KEEP A RECORD OF YOUR CODES AND KEEP THEM IN A SAFE PLACE.
PHONE LOCK CODE
A phone lock code is supplied with the phone for security purposes. It prevents unauthorized
access to the phone.
The default code is 0000. We suggest that you change this code and keep the new one in a
safe place.
Once this feature is activated the code is asked each time the phone is turned on.
To change the phone lock code:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Security.
Select Phone lock change and follow the instructions displayed.
Press OK to validate the new code.
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To activate / deactivate the phone lock code:
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2
3
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Security.
Select Phone lock enable (if the code was disabled) or Phone lock disable (if the code
was enabled) and enter your Phone lock code.
Emergency calls can still be made when phone lock is activated.
PIN CODE
Your SIM card was provided with a 4 to 8 digit PIN code as a protection against unauthorized
usage. When enabled the PIN code is required each time you turn your mobile on. If a wrong
PIN code is entered three times in succession your SIM card is blocked. The 8 digit PUK code
is then requested to unblock your phone. Please contact your service provider to get this code.
To activate the PIN protection:
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2
3
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Security.
Select PIN enable (if the code was disabled) or PIN disable (if the code was enabled) and
enter your PIN code.
To change the PIN code (PIN must first be enabled):
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Security.
Select PIN change and follow the displayed information.
Press OK to validate your new PIN code.
PIN2 CODE
PIN2 code prevents unauthorized access to some of the mobile features (e.g. activating/deactivating FDN operations, modifying the FDN phonebook, setting calls costs to zero, modifying
the costs display features). This code can be changed but not be activated or deactivated.
Please contact your service provider to get your PIN2 code. To change the PIN2 code:
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2
3
4
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Security.
Select PIN2 change and follow the displayed information.
Press OK to validate your new PIN code.
PUK CODE
The PUK (PIN unblock key) is an 8 digit code supplied by your service provider. It is used to
unblock the phone when a wrong PIN code has been entered incorrectly three times. A PUK
code cannot be changed.
When requested enter the PUK code and select OK. You are then asked to enter a new PIN code.
Follow the displayed prompts to reset the PIN code.
If you have entered the wrong PUK code 10 times in succession your SIM card is definitely blocked. Contact
your service provider to get a new card.
PUK2 CODE
The PUK2 is an 8 digit code supplied by your service provider. It is used to unblock the phone
when a wrong PIN2 code was entered incorrectly three times. A PUK2 code cannot be
changed. When requested enter the PUK2 code.
If you have entered the wrong PUK2 code 10 times in succession using the features requiring the PIN2 code,
your mobile is definitely blocked. Contact your service provider for a new card.
SUMMARY OF CODE/PASSWORD ENTRY CHART
PASSWORD
LENGTH
NUMBER OF ALLOWED TRIALS
IF BLOCKED OR FORGOTTEN
Phone lock code
PIN
PIN2
PUK
PUK2
Call barring
password
4 digits
4-8 digits
4-8 digits
8 digits
8 digits
4 digits
Unlimited
3
3
10
10
Defined by service provider
Return phone to manufacturer
Unblocked by use of PUK code
Unblocked by use of PUK2
Contact your service provider
Contact your service provider
Contact your service provider
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CERTIFICATES
Certificates are used for network security exchange.
There are two types of certificates: the user’s certificate and the trusted certificate.
The user’s certificate is sent by the phone to the contacted WAP™ service. It is a proof of the
user’s identity.
The trusted certificate is sent by the contacted WAP™ site to the phone. It guarantees the
WAP™ site is authentic and you have the right certificate in your phone. If you do not have the
right certificate the site identity cannot be checked (certificates can then be downloaded from
a WAP™ page).
To display a certificate:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Security.
Select Certificates. Enter the 4 digit lock code (default code is 0000) and press OK. The list
of certificate subjects is displayed.
The detailed view is displayed and is made of:
- A header which informs about the certificate format and its storage location,
- The certificate subject,
- The certificate issuer,
- The certificate validity dates (start and end dates),
- The certificate fingerprint.
WIM MANAGER
The WIM (Wireless Identity Module) Manager use is to allow secured access to paid services
via the WAP™ features.
A special WIM card is required to use this feature (please contact your service provider for more
information on the WIM card). It allows certificates (see definition above) and tickets to be provided to and from selling companies when undergoing a paid transaction.
To enter the WIM manager menu:
1
2
3
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Security.
Select WIM Manager.
Select one of the list items:
- WIM code (PIN code available on the WIM card to change, create or delete a file) change/
unblock. If you enter 3 wrong WIM codes, ’WIM code blocked’ is displayed.Contact your service
provider to get the corresponding unblock code.
- Signature codes (list of the different signature codes). These codes depend on the service you
wish to use (contact your service provider for more information on the signature codes).
- Tickets. A ticket is a document emitted on purchasing as a proof of the transaction (receipt).
5 tickets can be stored in the phone memory (they are then deleted one after another).
To go over a transaction and use the security WIM system:
1
2
3
4
From the WAP™ page, when getting to a paid service, press OK.
A sum-up of the transaction is shown on the following page. Press OK to validate.
Enter the requested signature code (4 to 8 digits). A sum-up of the whole transaction (the
Ticket detail page) is then displayed and shows the transaction Date, Clear Text and Information.
Press OK to validate and save the ticket.
Tickets are tracks of transactions as they are emitted by the mobile and not by the selling company. They cannot be used as a proof in case of legal problem.
To view tickets:
1
2
3
4
5
Press OK. Select Settings.
Select Security.
Select WIM Manager.
Select Tickets.
The list of available tickets is displayed: choose one and
select OK to view its contents.
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APPENDIX
GLOSSARY
EXPRESSION
MEANING
AC/DC charger
Active call
ALS
AoC
CLI
DES
Diverting
DTC
DTMF
FDN
GSM
http
IN
IP
LCD
MMI
MMS
PIN/PIN2
PPP
PUK/PUK2
Alternating Current/Direct Current charger
The call currently in conversation
Alternate Line (Line 2) Service
Advise of Charge - subscription service
Caller Line Identity - displays callers telephone number
Data Encryption Standard
Diverts incoming calls to the phone to another number
Desk Top Charger
Dual Tone Multifrequency Tones
Fixed Dialling Number
Global System for Mobile communications
HyperText Transfer Protocol
Information Numbers of your operator
Internet Protocol
Liquid Crystal Display
Man Machine Interface
Multimedia Messaging Service
Personal Identification Number. Supplied by your network/service provider
Point to Point Protocol
PIN Unblocking Key. Used to unlock PIN and PIN2. Supplied by your network/
service provider
Quarter Quarter Video Graphics Array
The ability to use your telephone on networks different from your home network.
Service Dialling Number of your operator or service provider
Subscriber Identity Module. Supplied by your network/service provider
Short Message Service
Service Provider Name
Status Report - relates to SMS messages
When the phone is on but not receiving/making a call or menu navigating.
Uniform Resource Locator
Video Graphics Array
QQVGA
Roaming (Rm)
SDN
SIM
SMS
SPN
SR
stanby mode
URL
VGA
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION
Phone does not
switch on
No flashing
battery icon while
charging
Short standby
and talk times
Check that the battery is fully charged and correctly connected to the phone.
There may be no mains supply. Try a different electrical socket.
The AC/DC charger may be faulty. Return to your dealer and try substitution with
another Mitsubishi Electric adapter. If faulty contact your dealer.
Cell broadcast is permanently on, using more battery power.
Phone is in a poor signal area and therefore always on full power.
Incorrect charging and discharging. Always charge and discharge your battery
fully.
The battery is wearing out. Replace the battery.
Impossible to dial Keypad lock is on (
appears). Press Unlock and
to turn the keypad lock off.
numbers
Impossible to
Check at least one signal strength bar ( ) is displayed. Try a stronger signal
make or receive a strength area.
call
If no network name is displayed, check registration and area coverage with your
service/network provider and check the SIM is correctly inserted.
Call barring option is on. Deactivate it (see page 77). Call cost limit is reached
(see page 42).
Stored telephone Fixed Dialled Number or Call Barring features are activated. Deactivate feature.
numbers cannot (see pages 77).
be recalled
The mobile is on Display contrast is down too low. Reset contrast (see page 70).
but nothing is
displayed.
Battery icon
May indicate a charge or battery problem. Disconnect the charger. Reconnect and
not flashing 1-2- try again.
3-4-5 during
May also indicate the battery is full and does not need more charging.
charging
No charge
If the battery is totally empty the battery level symbol may not be displayed
at once when connecting the battery charger. Moreover the mobile cannot
symbol when
be turned on. Up to 15 minutes may be necessary to reach the required
connecting the
4% battery charge to turn your mobile on and allow the battery charge
charger
symbol to be displayed.
Flashing
There is not enough memory to store another SMS message. Delete one or more
of the existing stored messages.
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ERROR MESSAGES
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE AND SOLUTION
Allowed credit reached!
You are trying to place an outgoing call and the allowed credit is
already reached.
The allowed credit limit is reached during an outgoing call (the call is
then aborted).
An internal error has occured An error occured in a game execution.
Busy
You are trying to make a call and the call fails because the destination
number is already engaged in conversation.
Call failed
The user is unreachable.
The outgoing call fails due to:
the network cannot take the call due to system busy or
the number is out of order or
the number is unreachable or
the network does not answer or
the option to hide your phone number when calling is not supported
by the network
Control the ability to hide your ID when making a call (service
availability in network).
Cancelled. No type selected Cell broadcast activation has been requested but no message type
has been selected.
Cannot execute command
You have made a request which is impossible to be executed in the
current call situation.
Can't display message
The short message text cannot be displayed (characters not
recognised, incorrect format etc.)
Charge error
A problem occured during mobile battery charge process.
Check battery!
A battery problem has been detected.
Check SIM!
There is no SIM present or the SIM is incorrectly inserted.
Check your password
You changed the call barring password or
You changed the call barring service status.
The entered password seems to be wrong or incorrect.
Check your request
You made a request for a service that seems to be impossible to fulfil.
Check your subscription
You tried to activate a GSM service. You are requested to check your
subscription regarding the related service rights of use/access.
Connection failed
Connection with the server cannot be established for one of the
following reasons:
The server is busy. Try to connect later.
The server is down. Try to connect later.
The network is not reachable. Check the GPRS service icon is
displayed on standby mode.
Connection failure
The connection data failed.
Error!
The network cannot perform your request and generates an error
result.
Failed
An SMS sending process failed (the short message cannot be sent).
File protected
The file cannot be exported (copyright).
File too big
The file dimensions (pixels) and/or weight (kB) are not adapted to
your mobile. Resize the file (The maximum allowed file size depends
on your service provider).
Incorrect entry
You entered a character string with a syntax error.
Invalid data received
The received file bears invalid information or the melody format
cannot be recognised by the mobile
Invalid number
- You tried to make a call and the call is rejected by the network
because the network does not recognise the phone number structure
or you tried to store a phone number that is too long to be stored in
the selected location or
- you tried to move a phone entry to a location that is unable to receive
the phone number (phone number too long).
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Low battery!
The battery is low and the phone will soon be switched off
automatically.
Network busy
You tried to make a call. The call is rejected by the network due to
congestion problems.
Network not allowed
When selecting network manual search, you have selected a network
that rejects the connection.
New PIN2 incorrect. Try again Changing PIN2: the new PIN2 code values differ (value control).
New PIN incorrect. Try again Changing PIN: the new PIN code values differ (value control).
No connection
No connection is defined in the connection profile.
No match!
No matching pattern has been found between the pronouced
sentence and the recorded sentences from the voice dailling
database.
No response
You made a call to a remote user and no response has been
received.
Not allowed
Your number/character entry is not allowed.
Not allowed fixed dialling
A call is tried, but cancelled due to fixed dialling control (the number
dialled does not match with one of the fixed dialling numbers in
memory).
Not enough place in the
The corresponding memory is full.
phone memory
Not enough place in the SIM
memory
Number changed
The called number has changed.
Page has no content
Your request was accepted by the network but the required server
page is empty.
Phone permanently blocked A wrong phone unlock code has been entered 10 times. The phone
is now permanently blocked.
PIN blocked
A wrong PIN code has been entered 3 times.
PIN2 blocked
A wrong PIN2 code has been entered 3 times.
PUK2 blocked
A wrong PUK2 code has been entered 10 times.
The SIM services protected by the PIN2 code have now been
permanently disabled.
Reaching allowed credit!
The cost limit is about to be reached. The connected call ends
automatically when the limit is reached.
Ring volume Off
The ring volume is set to 0 (no volume)
Service not available
Activating some GSM services that are not available on the network
SIM blocked. Contact
A wrong PUK has been entered 10 times.
provider
The SIM card has been permanently disabled and needs to be
replaced by a new one.
SIM names phonebook full
The corresponding memory is full.
Phone names phonebook full
Undeletable file
The file cannot be deleted (copyright protected).
Wrong code. Try again
A wrong phone lock code has been entered.
Wrong new code. Try again The new phone lock codes do not match (value control).
Wrong PIN, try again
The wrong code has been entered.
Wrong PIN2, try again
Wrong PUK, try again
Wrong PUK2, try again
Wrong SIM inserted: phone A SIM card, different from the SIM to which the phone is locked, has
locked
been inserted in the phone.
Invalid SIM
File too big
The midlet size exeeds the maximum supported size (96 kB).
Not enough space
There is not enough space left in the mobile to store the application.
Delete one or more applications to store the new one.
Too many applications
The maximum numbeer of applications is reached. Delete one or
more applications to store a new one.
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GUARANTEE
PAN EUROPEAN SERVICE
Should you experience any difficulty then please contact your nearest Mitsubishi Electric representative in the list below for information on service centres.
UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: (0800) 912 00 20
FRANCE
Tel: (0825) 86 82 83
DEUTSCHLAND
Tel: (01803) 33 71 84
BELGIUM
Tel: (0800) 75733
AUSTRIA
Tel: (0800) 292716
PORTUGAL
Tel: (0800) 880 264
ESPAÑA
Tel: (902) 11 68 58
ITALIA
Tel: (800) 79 10 29
IRELAND
Tel: (1800) 92 70 12
SWITZERLAND
Tel: 032 843 65 11
FINLAND
Tel: (0800) 116 975
SWEDEN
Tel: (0200) 214 715
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: (0800) 0223825
Important : to obtain the Mitsubishi Electric warranty service, the original purchase invoice from
the dealer is required.
PAN-EUROPEAN END-USER GUARANTEE CONDITIONS
1.Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A. (MMCE) guarantees that for a period of twelve (12)
months from the date of purchase from the dealer, the product shall be free from defects in materials and workmanship. If the statutory warranty in force in your country exceeds 12 months,
the statutory warranty is not affected by this manufacturer’s guarantee. This guarantee also
covers batteries for a period of six (6) months from the date of purchase from the dealer. Subject to the conditions below, MMCE will indemnify you against all cost of parts and labour for
repairs to or replacement of the product or parts (which may include equipment of similar type)
where conducted by an authorised Mitsubishi Electric service centre. MMCE shall be entitled
to retain product that has been replaced.
2.Any claims must be made to an authorised Mitsubishi Electric service centre. You can contact
the Mitsubishi Electric representatives listed above to obtain details of your nearest authorised
Mitsubishi Electric service centre. As a condition of this guarantee, the date of the purchase must
be confirmed by producing the original invoice from the dealer. Final determination of guarantee
claim eligibility shall be made by MMCE.
3.This guarantee does not cover:
a)non-compliance with directions for use;
b)installation or removal charges where the product is installed in a vehicle;
c)defects or failures caused by accident, misuse, improper installation or improper repair by an unauthorized repairer, alteration or modification, neglect, failure to use for normal purpose, Acts of
God, water ingress, use in adverse environmental conditions (humidity or temperature);
d)cost of or performance of modifications to product to adapt or adjust to conform to national or
local safety laws, where such safety laws go beyond harmonised European Union standards;
e)loss of use of the product or consequential loss of any nature;
f)loss of use of air-time, loss of use of any loaned equipment or ancillary equipment;
g)provision of incorrect or insufficient signal on air-time network, upgrading of product software
to changes in network operating parameters, main supply voltage fluctuations, incorrect SIM
card (memory card) parameters for connection to airtime retailer;
h)damage caused by non-Mitsubishi Electric accessories.
4.Any guarantee claim or service does not extend the original guarantee period unless so required by prevailing national law.
5.This guarantee is valid only if the product is purchased and used in the European Union, Norway, Iceland or Switzerland.
THIS GUARANTEE DOES NOT AFFECT YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS.
MELCO MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS EUROPE S.A.
5, rue de la Chataigneraie
35510 Cesson Sévigné
France
www.mitsubishi-telecom.com
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INDEX
A
AC/DC adaptor charger ........... 15
Adjusting your picture .............. 52
Alarm clock .............................. 21
Alert mode ............................... 68
Answering a call ......................... 7
Any key answer ....................... 71
Appendix .................................. 81
Application
Downloading ......................... 59
Launching ............................. 59
Applications ............................. 57
Auto features ........................... 72
Auto Switch Off ........................ 72
Auto Switch On ........................ 72
Auto-answer ............................. 72
Automatic search ..................... 77
Auto-Retry ................................ 72
B
Backlight .................................. 70
Balance information ................. 42
Barring password
Call ....................................... 78
Battery
Disposal ................................ 16
Use ....................................... 15
Bookmarks
Creating ................................ 64
Using .................................... 64
C
Calculator ................................. 20
Calendar .................................. 61
Call
Duration ................................ 42
Recorded .............................. 43
Reminder .............................. 42
Call barring .............................. 78
Password .............................. 16
Call cost
Reset .................................... 43
Call diverting ............................ 75
Call hold ................................... 75
Call management
Call costs .............................. 42
Call timer
Reset .................................... 42
Call waiting .............................. 75
Caller line identity .................... 76
Calls & Times ........................... 41
Call costs ........................ 42, 43
Call timers ...................... 41, 42
Calls log ................................ 41
Line selection ....................... 43
Timers .................................. 41
Camera .................................... 50
Adjusting your picture ........... 52
Brightness ............................ 52
Exposure mode .................... 52
Mobile positioning ................ 50
Picture size ........................... 52
VGA ...................................... 50
Zoom .................................... 52
Care and maintenance ............ 15
Certificate ................................ 80
Clamshell
Closed .............................. 4, 50
Open ................................ 5, 50
CLI ........................................... 76
Closing the clamshell ................. 8
Connection manager ......... 73, 74
Counters ............................... 74
Details .................................. 74
Operation mode ................... 74
Connection profiles .................. 73
Connection settings ................. 62
Credit limit ................................ 43
Cropping .................................. 55
Currency-converter .................. 20
D
GSM Services
Call diverting .........................75
Network .................................77
H
Hands free mode ........................8
Holding your phone ....................8
I
Icons .........................................11
Information numbers ................61
Infrared port ..............................21
Close .....................................22
Open .............................. 21, 22
In-Fusio™ .................................57
In-Fusio™ games .....................57
Data exchange ........................ 60
Diary
Calendar ......................... 17, 18
Storage used ........................ 19
Tasks list .............................. 19
Display ................................. 8, 69
Downloaded melodies ............. 56
Downloading
Infrared port .......................... 56
J
E
Line 1 ............. 41, 42, 43, 48, 75
Line 2 ....... 29, 41, 42, 43, 48, 75
Editing a phonebook card ........ 45
Editing a sim name card .......... 45
Editing a text model ................. 27
e-mail
Composing an e-mail ........... 38
e-mail profiles ....................... 39
Inbox .................................... 37
Outbox ............................ 39, 40
Preparing your phone ........... 39
Reading ................................ 37
Ending a call .............................. 7
Entering text ............................ 25
Error messages ....................... 83
Export ...................................... 49
External screen .................... 8, 54
External screen, Main screen and
Welcome screen animation ..... 54
F
Fixed dialling numbers ............. 49
Fun & Media box ..................... 54
Applications .......................... 57
Games .................................. 57
Others .................................. 59
Storage used ........................ 60
G
Games ..................................... 57
Downloading .................. 58, 59
In-Fusio™ ............................. 57
Java™ .................................. 58
Launching ....................... 57, 58
Gateway settings
IP address ............................ 35
General Safety .........................14
Glossary ...................................81
GPRS .................................. 8, 11
Graphic display icons ...............11
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Java™ applications ..................58
K
Key ...........................................10
Keypad .....................................70
Keypad lock ..............................70
L
M
Main screen ..............................54
Making a call ..............................7
Melodies ...................................56
Download ..............................56
Messages
Drafts ....................................36
Outbox ..................................29
Parameters ...........................29
Reception Alert .....................24
Settings .................................24
Storage used ........................30
Text models ..........................27
Write new ..............................28
MMS .........................................31
Auto-retrieval ........................35
Characteristics ......................35
Content .................................33
Inbox .....................................31
MMS profiles .................. 32, 35
Notification ............................31
Outbox ..................................36
Preparing your phone ...........35
Reading ................................31
Selecting an addressee ........32
Subject ..................................32
To attach an image ...............33
Writing ...................................33
Mobile number
Hiding ....................................76
Showing ................................76
Modem .....................................22
Multimedia messages ..............31
Multipress text entry .................25
Multitap .....................................26
Multitap text entry .....................25
My number ...............................48
My picture .................................70
N
Network ................................... 76
Network serv. .......................... 61
O
Online connection
Bookmarks ........................... 64
Ending .................................. 63
Personalising ....................... 64
Operation mode
Modem ................................. 74
Standard .............................. 74
Outbox ..................................... 29
P
Phone
Settings ................................ 68
Phone lock ............................... 78
Code .............................. 16, 78
Phone names card .................. 44
Phone numbers
Storing .................................. 44
Phonebook .............................. 44
Add name ................. 44, 45, 46
Calling numbers ................... 46
Copy all names .................... 45
Deleting images ................... 44
Export ................................... 49
Fixed dialling ........................ 49
Free space ........................... 47
Group ................................... 47
My numbers ......................... 48
Read .................................... 46
SIM names card ................... 45
Storage used ........................ 47
Storing a received number ... 45
Storing names ...................... 44
Storing phone numers .......... 44
Viewing & calling .................. 46
Voice dialling ........................ 47
Phonebook card
Image ................................... 44
Picture size
Large .................................... 50
Normal ................................. 50
Portrait ................................. 50
Pictures
Album ................................... 54
List ....................................... 54
Thumnails ............................ 54
Pictures browser ...................... 54
Pictures list .............................. 44
Pin code .................................. 79
Pin2 code ................................ 79
Power saver .............................. 9
Preliminary operations ............... 6
Puk code ................................. 79
Puk2 code ............................... 79
Push messages
Receiving ............................. 65
R
Recorded call .......................... 43
Rejecting a call .......................... 7
Reminder - call duration .......... 42
Ring ......................................... 68
Ring tone ................................. 68
S
Safety information ................... 14
Disposing of waste
packaging ............................16
Emergency calls ...................15
Security codes ......................16
Vehicle safety .......................14
Your responsibility ................16
SAR ..........................................13
Saving MMS content ................ 32
Security ............................. 78, 80
Codes ...................................16
Features ................................ 78
Sending my id .......................... 76
Setting
External screen ..................... 69
Setting an image
External screen ..................... 55
Goodbye screen ................... 55
Main screen .......................... 55
Welcome screen ................... 55
Settings .................................... 68
Any key answer .................... 71
Auto features ........................ 72
Auto Switch Off ..................... 72
Auto switch On ...................... 72
Auto-answer .......................... 72
Auto-retry .............................. 72
Connection manager ............ 73
Default settings ..................... 73
Keypad .................................. 70
Main screen .......................... 69
My picture ............................. 70
Phone settings ...................... 71
Security .......................... 78, 79
Softkey functions .................. 71
Speed dial ............................. 71
Time and date ....................... 73
Tones ............................. 68, 69
Voice Mail .............................29
Wap™ ................................... 62
Welcome screen ................... 70
Show costs ............................... 43
Silent ........................................ 68
SMS
Forward .................................24
Move to SIM ..........................23
Reading ................................23
Sending .................................27
Writing ...................................25
Softkeys functions .................... 71
Solutions ........................... 82, 83
Speech note
Record new ........................... 57
Speech notes ........................... 57
Speed dialling ........................... 71
Standby display ..........................8
Storage consumption ...............30
Storage used ............................ 60
Storing names .......................... 44
T
T9 .............................................26
T9 text entry .............................26
Taking a picture ........................ 51
Text
Writing ...................................25
Text entry
Multipress mode ...................25
Multitap mode .......................25
T9 mode ................................26
Text model
Editing ...................................27
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Ticket ....................................... 80
Tones ....................................... 68
Alert mode ............................ 68
Ring ...................................... 68
Silent .................................... 68
Vibrate .................................. 68
Vibrate & ring ........................ 68
Vibrate then ring ................... 68
Tools
Alarm clock ........................... 21
Calculator ............................. 20
Diary ..................................... 17
Turning the phone off ................. 9
V
vCalendar
Sending ................................ 60
Storing .................................. 60
vCard
Sending ................................ 60
Storing .................................. 60
Vehicle safety .......................... 14
Vibrate ..................................... 68
& ring .................................... 68
Then ring .............................. 68
Viewing an image .................... 54
Viewing tickets ......................... 80
Voice dialling
Creating a voice pattern ....... 47
Making a call ........................ 47
Voice Mail
Alert ...................................... 29
Call ....................................... 29
Number ................................. 29
Voice mail ................................29
Volume
Alarm .................................... 68
Conversation ........................ 68
Key tones ............................. 68
Ring ...................................... 68
Volume adjustments ................ 68
W
Wap
Bango address ..................... 65
Bookmarks ........................... 64
Go to site .............................. 65
Home page ........................... 64
IP address ............................ 62
New address ........................ 65
Personalising ........................ 64
Preferred bearer ................... 64
Profile details ........................ 62
Profiles ................................. 62
Saved pages ........................ 65
Settings ..........................65, 67
Site history ............................ 65
Wap profiles ......................... 64
Wap™ ...................................... 62
Settings ................................ 62
Welcome screen ...................... 54
WIM card ................................. 80
WIM Manager .......................... 80
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