M220
Mobile Phone
User Manual
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Safety Information
For your safety, please read the guidelines below carefully
before you use your phone:
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals
Max. SAR measurement
EU: GSM900: 0.793 mW/g; DCS1800: 0.381 mW/g.
USA: PCS1900: 0.834 mW/g (head); 0.650 mW/g (body).
For your safety, please do not wear the phone in front of your chest.
SAR compliance for body-worn operations is restricted to belt-clips,
holsters or similar accessories that have no metallic component in the
assembly and must provide at least 1.5 cm separation between the device,
including its antenna, and the user's body.
Your wireless handheld portable telephone is a low power transmitter and
receiver. When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency
(RF) signals.
European and international agencies have set standards and
recommendations for the protection of public exposure to RF
electromagnetic energy.
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP) 1996
• Verband Deutscher Elektringenieure (VDE) DIN- 0848
• Directives of the European Community, Directorate General V in
Matters of Radio Frequency Electromagnetic Energy
• National Radiological Protection Board of the United Kingdom, GS 11,
1988
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI) IEEE. C95.1- 1992
• National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP).
Report 86
• Department of Health and Welfare Canada. Safety Code 6
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These standards are based on extensive scientific review. For example,
over 120 scientists, engineers and physicians from universities,
government health agencies and industry reviewed the available body of
research to develop the updated ANSI Standard.
The design of your phone complies with these standards when used
normally.
Specific Operating Restrictions
No metallic component allowed in body-worn accessories.
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications or attachments may damage the phone and
violate FCC regulations.
Batteries
• For safety concerns, when the temperature of the phone goes over
45°C (113°F) or below 0°C (32°F), charging will halt.
• Do not expose batteries to temperatures below -10°C (14°F) or above
45 °C (113 °F). Always take your phone with you when you leave your
vehicle.
All batteries can cause property damage, injury or burns if a conductive
material such as jewelry, keys or beaded chains touches exposed terminals.
The material may complete electrical circuit and become quite hot. To
protect against such unwanted current drain, exercise care in handling any
charged battery, particularly when placing it inside your pocket, purse or
other container with metal objects. When battery is detached from the
phone, your batteries are packed with a protective battery cover; please
use this cover for storing your batteries when not in use.
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Safety Information
Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless telephones in the
areas where you drive. Always obey them. Also, if using your phone while
driving, please:
• Give full attention to driving--driving safety is your first responsibility.
• Use hands-free operation, if available.
• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF signals. However,
certain electronic equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals
from your wireless phone.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a
minimum separation of six (6") inches be maintained between a handheld
wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the
pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent
research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
• Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their
pacemaker when the phone is turned ON.
• Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
• Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
If you have any reason to suspect that the interference is taking place, turn
your phone OFF immediately.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the
event of such interference you may want to consult your hearing aid
manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
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Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of
your device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF
energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this
information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted
in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may
be using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its
representative regarding your vehicle. You should also consult the
manufacturer of any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notice so requires.
Aircraft
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. Switch OFF
your phone before boarding an aircraft.
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone OFF when
in a “blasting area” or in area posted “TURN OFF TWO-WAY RADIO.”
Obey all signs and instructions.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn your phone OFF and do not remove the battery when in any area
with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and
instructions. Sparks, from your battery, in such areas could cause an
explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
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Safety Information
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always
clearly marked. They include fueling areas such as gasoline stations; below
deck on boats; fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using
liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders; and
any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your
vehicle engine.
For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects, including both
installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in
the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is
improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
Federal Communications Commission
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions:
1. this device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses
and can radiated radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
European Union Directives Conformance Statement
This device complies with the OJ-Directive as below:
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive (89/336/EEC), Low Voltage
Directive (73/23/EEC)
And R&TTE Directive (99/05/EEC).
And also complies with the standard:
3GPP TS 51.010-1
EN 301 511
EN50360/ EN50361
ETSI EN 301 489-1/-7
EN 60950
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Table of Contents
Safety Information ...........................................................i
1. Preparing Your Phone For Use................................... 1
Inserting Your SIM Card ..................................................... 1
Installing the Battery ............................................................ 2
Installing the Back Cover ..................................................... 2
Charging the Phone.............................................................. 3
Turning the Phone On ......................................................... 4
2. Getting to Know Your Phone ..................................... 6
Your Phone at a Glance........................................................ 6
Standby Screen ..................................................................... 8
Icons in the LCD display's Status Bar......................................9
Using the Keys in the Standby Mode ....................................11
Menu Navigation................................................................ 14
3. Using Your Phone ..................................................... 15
Making a Phone Call .......................................................... 15
Ending a Phone Call ........................................................... 15
Answering a Phone Call ..................................................... 16
Rejecting an Incoming Call................................................ 16
Making an International Call............................................. 16
Making an Emergency Call ................................................ 17
Dialing an Extension Number ........................................... 17
Speed Dialing ...................................................................... 17
Listening to Voicemails ...................................................... 18
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Phone Book......................................................................... 19
Adding Contacts to the Phone Book.....................................19
Finding Contacts in the Phone Book ....................................22
Last Missed, Dialed, and Received Calls............................ 24
Operations During a Call ................................................... 25
In-Call Menu ...................................................................... 26
Using the Silent Profile....................................................... 29
Listening to the Radio ........................................................ 29
Shortcuts ............................................................................. 31
Setting Shortcuts ....................................................................31
Using Shortcuts ......................................................................32
Messages.............................................................................. 33
SMS .........................................................................................33
MMS........................................................................................40
SMS Chat ................................................................................45
Voicemail ................................................................................47
Cell Broadcast .........................................................................48
Memory Status .......................................................................49
Input Modes ....................................................................... 50
Predictive Input Mode (iTap) ...............................................51
Letter Input Mode (ABC) ......................................................52
Numeric Input Mode (123)...................................................52
Symbol Input Mode ...............................................................52
4. Menus ......................................................................... 53
Phone Book......................................................................... 53
Find .........................................................................................53
Add..........................................................................................53
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Edit ..........................................................................................54
Copy ........................................................................................54
Delete ......................................................................................54
Caller Group ...........................................................................54
Business Card .........................................................................55
My Number ............................................................................55
Memory Status .......................................................................55
Messages.............................................................................. 56
Calls ..................................................................................... 56
Missed .....................................................................................56
Received ..................................................................................56
Dialed ......................................................................................56
Cleanup All .............................................................................57
Duration..................................................................................57
Cost .........................................................................................57
Games.................................................................................. 59
Games......................................................................................59
FM Radio ............................................................................ 59
Media Center ...................................................................... 60
Images .....................................................................................60
Melodies..................................................................................60
Download ...............................................................................61
Cleanup All .............................................................................61
Memory Status .......................................................................61
Tools.................................................................................... 62
Alarm ......................................................................................62
Auto Time Zone .....................................................................63
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Calendar..................................................................................63
Shortcuts .................................................................................65
Calculator................................................................................65
Currency Converter ...............................................................65
Stopwatch ...............................................................................66
Oper. Service....................................................................... 67
WAP Service ...........................................................................67
Start Browser ............................................................................... 67
WAP Message.............................................................................. 68
Goto URL .................................................................................... 68
Resume ........................................................................................ 68
WAP Settings............................................................................... 69
Clear Cache ................................................................................. 71
Clear Bookmarks......................................................................... 71
STK..........................................................................................71
Settings ................................................................................ 72
Date & Time ...........................................................................72
Auto Power On/Off................................................................72
Profiles ....................................................................................73
Display ....................................................................................76
Wallpaper .................................................................................... 76
Welcome Message ....................................................................... 76
Personal Banner .......................................................................... 77
Contrast ....................................................................................... 77
Brightness .................................................................................... 77
Audio.......................................................................................77
Call Settings ............................................................................78
Answer Mode .............................................................................. 78
Connect Alert .............................................................................. 78
Minute Minder............................................................................ 78
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Show Number ............................................................................. 78
Call Divert ................................................................................... 79
Call Barring ................................................................................. 80
Call Waiting................................................................................. 81
Auto Redial.................................................................................. 81
Fixed Dialing Number ................................................................ 81
Active Line................................................................................... 82
User Group.................................................................................. 82
Network ..................................................................................82
Network Mode ............................................................................ 83
Available List ............................................................................... 83
Band Setting ................................................................................ 83
Connection.................................................................................. 83
Service Tone ................................................................................ 84
Security ...................................................................................84
PIN Code ..................................................................................... 84
Phone Lock.................................................................................. 85
SIM Lock ..................................................................................... 85
Screen Lock ................................................................................. 85
Power Saving Mode................................................................85
Language .................................................................................85
Input........................................................................................85
Restore ....................................................................................86
5. Care and Maintenance .............................................. 87
6. Troubleshooting........................................................ 88
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Preparing Your Phone For Use
Inserting Your SIM Card
Slide the entire SIM card into the slot in the direction of arrow shown
on the compartment, with the metal contacts of the SIM card facing
down and the cut corner at the top right.
SIM card
A SIM card can be easily damaged if its metal contacts become
scratched. Therefore, take special care when holding or inserting it.
If you wish to remove the SIM card, you
must first press down the stay, then push
the SIM card out of the slot.
SIM card Stay
Preparing Your Phone For Use
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Installing the Battery
1. Place the battery onto the back of the phone, with the battery's
contacts facing downwards and the tab on its top edge in alignment
with the holes in the battery compartment.
2. Push the battery against the top of the compartment and press it
down to click it into the compartment.
Do not remove the battery when the phone is on. Doing so could
cause you to lose personal settings or data stored either on your SIM
card or in the phone's memory.
Installing the Back Cover
Place the back cover onto the back of your phone and slide forward
until the latch catches the cover.
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Preparing Your Phone For Use
Charging the Phone
1. Insert the charger connector into the charger socket at the bottom
right of your phone. Make sure that the connector is inserted in the
right direction.
Charger socket
Charger connector
2. Plug the charger into a power outlet.
3. Once the phone is fully charged, remove the charger from both the
power outlet and the phone.
• It takes approximately 4 hours to fully charge a battery.
• When charging while the phone is turned off, an animated battery
icon will be shown on the display. When charging while the phone
is turned on, the
icon will be shown on the display. The lines
showing the battery power level will scroll until the battery is fully
charged.
• When the battery is weak, the phone will play an alert sound.
Do not remove the battery while the phone is charging.
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Turning the Phone On
1. Long press
to turn the phone on. The phone will display the
welcome animation.
• You can select and set a welcome animation, image, or message
that will display when you turn on your phone, as well as the music
that will be played. Go to Settings > Display > Welcome
Message. For details, please refer to page 76.
• If the welcoming music goes on too long, once the standby screen
comes up, you can press
to stop playback.
2. Enter your PIN code. If you enter the PIN code incorrectly, press
(Clear) to delete the incorrect numerals. Press and hold
to delete all numerals that have been entered. After completing
entry of your PIN code, press
to confirm.
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) is a password provided by
a network operator with a SIM card. You need this password in order
to use the SIM card.
If you enter the PIN incorrectly 3 times in a row, the SIM card will lock
down and no longer be usable. If this happens, you must enter the
PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) for that SIM card in order to unlock
it. Please contact your network operator to obtain a PUK.
To cancel PIN password authentication, go to Settings > Security >
PIN Code > PIN Code. Please see page 84.
3. When the PIN code entered has been accepted, the phone will
automatically search for the designated network. This search process
may take a few seconds.
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4. The standby screen will be displayed, as well as network signal
strength and the name of the network operator. You can now use the
phone.
If the phone cannot detect the network, the on-screen signal strength
meter will show no bars.
If the phone links to a network that you are not authorized to use, the
signal strength meter will show a level of zero. You will only be able to
make emergency calls.
Preparing Your Phone For Use
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Getting to Know Your Phone
Your Phone at a Glance
The figure below shows the main parts of your phone:
Front view
Earpiece
LCD display
OK key
Left soft key
Dial/Answer key
Right soft key
Scroll key
Power on/off key
Alphanumeric keys
Microphone
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Bottom and back views
Hands-free headset/
Data cable jack
Charger socket
Wrist strap hole
Buzzer
Back cover
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Standby Screen
Status bar
Name of network
operator
Time and date
Wallpaper
Soft key bar
Press
to
enter the Phone
Book
Press
to enter
the main menu.
Press
radio.
to use the
• To set the current time and date, as well as the format to be shown,
go to Settings > Date & Time. See page 72.
• To set the wallpaper of the display, go to Settings > Display >
Wallpaper. See page 76.
• You can go to Settings > Display > Personal Banner to set the
text shown on the display. For details, see page 77.
• For enhanced security, you can activate the screen lock by going to
Security > Screen Lock. For details, see page 85.
Automatic Sleep Mode: Your phone has an advanced color display
which after 30 seconds of inactivity the phone goes to "Sleep Mode".
This means that it looks almost black. The phone has not switched off
but is in "Sleep Mode". By tilting the phone you can see the clock
displayed. By pressing any key the phone display starts up again.
This is normal and designed to maintain battery life. When the keypad
is locked the time for the screen to go black is reduced to 5 seconds
to maintain battery life.
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Icons in the LCD display's Status Bar
Icon
Function
Description
Signal strength
Signal strength of the network. The more
bars indicated, the stronger the signal.
Battery status
Shows the current level of battery power.
The more bars indicated, the more power
that remains. Four bars: fully charged. No
bars: immediate charging needed. When
charging the phone, the icon will scroll
through the bars until the battery is fully
charged.
GPRS network
GPRS services have been activated on your
SIM card.
New SMS
This icon appears in yellow when you have a
new SMS message. For information about
the message function, see page 33,
"Messages".
New MMS
This icon appears in blue when you have a
new MMS message.
Memory full
This icon appears in red when the phone
memory for storing messages is full.
SIM card full
This icon appears when SIM card's memory
is full.
Message box
full
This icon appears when the total number of
stored messages reaches 300.
WAP message
You've got a WAP message (this icon will
only appear when there are no incoming or
unread SMS/MMS messages).
Voicemail
Indicates that you have voicemail messages
(this icon will only appear if the function is
supported by your network operator).
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Icon
Function
Description
Alarm
The alarm is turned on. To set the alarm, go
to Tools > Alarm. See page 62.
Line in use
Shows the number of the line currently in
use. To set the line, go to Settings > Call
Settings > Active Line. For details, see
page 82.
Silent
In the standby screen, press and hold
to activate the silent profile. See page 29,
"Using the Silent Profile".
Normal
Shows that the Normal profile is in use. To
set the operating mode, go to Settings >
Profiles. See page 73.
Meeting
Shows that the Meeting profile is in use.
Outdoors
Shows that the Outdoors profile is in use.
Personal
Shows that the Personal profile is in use.
Handsfree
Divert
Shows that the Handsfree profile is in use.
Shows that the call divert function is active.
To make settings for this function, go to
Settings > Call Settings > Call Divert. See
page 79. If the phone supports two phone
numbers, then
Roaming
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or
may appear.
Roaming has been activated (not your
regular network)
Getting to Know Your Phone
Using the Keys in the Standby Mode
In this user manual, "long-press" means to press and hold down a key
for about two seconds before release. "Press" means to press a key
and release immediately.
The chart below is meant only to introduce the commands accessible
with keys when the phone is in standby mode. For information on
other key commands available in other operating modes, see the
pertinent sections in this user manual.
Function keys
When any key is pressed, the phone will provide aural feedback
through keypad tones. To activate or cancel this aural feedback,
enter the menu Settings > Profiles. Scroll to the profile currently in
use and press
(Edit). Then select Keypad Tone. You can also
go to Settings > Audio > Keypad Tone to turn the aural feedback on
or off. See page 75 and page 77.
Key
Commands and functions
Power on/off key
• Long-press to turn the phone on or off.
• Press this key to reject incoming calls or cancel a call
being dialed.
Send/Answer key
• Press to send or answer a call.
• Press to access the list of last missed/dialed/received
calls.
OK key
• Press to open up the main menu and show its first item.
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Key
Commands and functions
Left soft key
• Press to access the Phone Book (when Names is
shown).
• Press to save the phone number keyed in from the
standby screen to the Phone Book (when Save is
shown).
Right soft key
• Press this key to use the radio (when FM is shown).
• Press this key to delete entered digits one by one; longpress to delete all digits entered (when Clear is shown).
• Long-press to turn the silent profile on or off.
Scroll key
• Press
to enter the Quick Access menu. For
information about the Quick Access, see page 31.
• Press
to use the radio, see page 29.
• Press
to enter the Messages menu. For a
description of the Messages, see page 33.
• Press
to select the profile to activate.
Asterisk key
• Press this key to enter an asterisk " * ".
• To make an international call, long-press this key until
the display shows "+" ,Then enter the recipient's country
code, area code and phone number.
Voicemail Shortcut
• Long-press to dial your voicemail number.
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Key
Commands and functions
# key
• Press to enter "#".
• For extensions: After entering a phone number, longpress to enter a "P" and then enter the extension
number.
• Long press this key to lock the keypad.
Alphanumeric keys
• Press to enter digits in a phone number.
• Shortcut key: Long-press a key to immediately access
~
the function, or dial the number, that it represents. See
page 31, "Shortcuts".
Alphanumeric keys
Key
Digit
Key
Digit/Symbol/Function
1
7
2
8
3
9
4
0
5
* + (long-press)
6
# P(long-press after entering
a phone number)
Long-pressing an alphanumeric key will access the function it
represents, or dial the number that has been assigned to it (shortcut
function).
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Menu Navigation
When the phone is in standby mode, press
menu.
to bring up the main
For details on how to use the various functions listed in the menu, see
page 53, "Menus".
Main menu
Each icon represents
a menu item. Use
scroll key to move
through the menu.
The name of the
menu
item
you
highlight.
Press
to
return to the idle
screen.
Sub-menu
The name of the
current menu.
The highlighted
row is the currently
selected item.
Press
to
return to the
previous menu or
screen.
Scroll up or down to highlight an item. Press
to
access a highlited item, confirm a selection, or enter the
next step.
You can also access a menu item by pressing the corresponding menu
number. In the above example, press 3 to access profiles menu.
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Using Your Phone
Making a Phone Call
To make a phone call, check your phone is powered on showing the idle
screen. Enter the desired number using the alphanumeric keys
. Press
to
to dial your call.
During a call, you can use the options. See page 26, "In-Call Menu".
To modify a phone number that you have entered, press
delete individual digits. Long-press
(Clear) or press
all digits entered and return to the standby screen.
(Clear) to
to delete
Ending a Phone Call
Press
to end a call. The display will show the total call time, and
then return to the standby screen.
To cancel a call that is being dialed, press
.
If you also have a call waiting or on hold, after you press
, the
display will show a menu to allow you to choose the call you wish to
end.
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Answering a Phone Call
When a call is received, your phone rings or vibrates, with the display
showing the caller's number (if supported by your network vendor). If
the caller is a contact stored in the Phone Book, the phone will show the
name recorded in the Phone Book.
• If the caller is a member of a caller group, the ring tone assigned to
this group will sound. The display will show the image ID that is
associated with this group as well, to help you identify the caller.
• For information on how to set up caller groups in the Phone Book,
see page 19, "Adding Contacts to the Phone Book".
If you wish to change the answering mode so that you can press any
key to answer a call, go to Settings > Profiles. After selecting the
currently active profile, press
Any Key.
(Edit) and go to Answer Mode >
Rejecting an Incoming Call
Press
to reject the incoming call.
Making an International Call
1. Enter the outgoing international call code, or long-press
until
"+" appears on the display.
2. Enter the recipient's country code, area code and phone number.
Dial the call by pressing
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Making an Emergency Call
To call emergency services, enter 112 (the international emergency
number) and then press
to dial the call. You can make an
emergency call even if your phone is locked or cannot access your
network, or there is no SIM card inserted, so long as you are within
range of a network of the type supported by your phone.
Dialing an Extension Number
After you enter a telephone number, long-press
, The phone display
will show "P". At this point, you can enter the desired extension
number, and then press
to dial it.
Speed Dialing
You must assign a number key as the shortcut for a particular phone
number in order to use speed dialing for that phone number. For
information on how to set up a shortcut, see page 31, "Shortcuts".
After you have assigned a number key to serve as the shortcut key for a
particular phone number, you can long-press this key when the phone
is in the standby mode to dial the corresponding phone number. For
example, if you have selected
phone number, long-pressing
as the shortcut key for a certain
will dial this number.
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Listening to Voicemails
When your voicemail inbox contains new messages, your network
vendor will send you a text message to inform you of a new voicemail
message (if the network vendor supports it, the voicemail icon
be shown). There are two ways to access and listen to voicemail:
will
1. When the phone is in standby mode, long press
to directly dial
the voicemail phone number and listen to your voicemail messages.
2. Go to Messages > Voicemail > Get Voicemail to dial the voicemail
number.
If the voicemail number is not stored in the memory, you will not be
able to access your voicemail by long-pressing
. In this case,
you will need to manually set the number by going to Messages >
Voicemail > Set Number.
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Using Your Phone
Phone Book
Adding Contacts to the Phone Book
The Phone Book will have different formats and data headings
depending on whether you have chosen to use a phone book stored on
your SIM card or in your phone's memory. The phone book in your
phone's memory can store up to 500 contacts. The capacity of a phone
book on your SIM card depends on the particular service provided by
your network vendor.
1. In the standby screen, enter the phone number you wish to store, and
then press
(Save). The display will show the default data fields
for a new contact.
2. Scroll to the data field that you wish to edit, and then press
(Options) to use the following options:
• Save: Save the entries you have entered.
• Change Type: Change the category of the phone number. This
option can only be used in the phone number data field.
• Add New Field: Adds other data fields for a contact.
• Delete Field: Removes the selected data field.
3. Press
(Options) and then select Save to save entries.
You can also add a new contact by going to Phone Book > Add.
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Phone book entries on phone memory
The contact's name.
The contact's mobile phone number.
The contact's home phone number.
Used to assign a contact to a caller group. Press
group, and then press
to select a
.
Used to set a ring tone for the contact. When there is an incoming
call from the contact, the phone will play this ring tone.
A ring tone set in this field will replace the one associated
with the contact's caller group, if any.
Used to set the image that will appear on the phone's display when
there is an incoming call from the contact.
The image set in this field will replace the image associated
with the contact's caller group, if any.
Additional phone book entries on phone memory
The contact's mobile phone number.
The contact's home phone number.
The contact's office phone number.
Other phone number for the contact.
The contact's email address.
The contact's home address.
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The contact's office address.
The contact's company name.
The contact's department name.
The contact's job title.
Used for notes about the contact.
SIM Card Phone Book
In the standby screen, press
(Names) and then press
(Option), select Add. The Add function will prompt you to select
from To SIM or To Phone. Select To SIM to add a contact to your SIM
card.
The data fields provided by a SIM card phone book are as follows:
The contact's name.
The contact's mobile phone number.
Used to select a caller group for the contact. Press
to select a
group and then press
. When there is an incoming call from this
contact, the ring tone assigned to this group will sound and the
display will show the animation/image associated with the group.
To set a ring tone and animation/image for each caller group,
go to Phone Book > Caller Group. See page 54.
You can also go the menu Phone Book > Caller Group to
set a caller group for a contact.
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Finding Contacts in the Phone Book
In the standby mode, press
(Names) to display contacts stored in
the Phone Book.
There are two ways to locate a specific contact in the Phone Book:
• Press
to scroll through the names (listed in alphabetical order)
until the one you want is highlighted.
• Press the alphanumeric key that corresponds to the first letter of the
name you wish to locate the appropriate number of times. For
instance, if the name starts with "K", you would press
twice for
"K". The names starting with "K" will appear, with the first one
highlighted. Press
to scroll to the name you want.
You can also go to Phone Book > Find, and then enter the full name
or the first letter of the name to locate a contact.
When the desired contact's name is highlighted, you can do one of the
following:
• Press
to dial the first phone number saved in that contact.
• Press
(Option) to access the following options:
„ Add: Add a new contact to the phone book.
„ Edit: Edit the Phone Book data for this contact. When you are
finished, press
. For more information on editing, see page
19.
„ Copy to SIM (Phone): If you are currently using a phone book
stored in the phone's memory, you can copy the contact's data to
the phone book stored on your SIM card. Conversely, if you are
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currently using a phone book stored on your SIM card, you can
copy the contact's data to the phone book stored in the phone's
memory.
The only information that can be copied from a phone book
stored in the phone's memory to the one on your SIM card is a
contact's name, phone number, and caller group. If a contact has
more than one phone number associated with it, when that
contact's data is copied from the phone to the SIM card's phone
book, each phone number will be stored as separate contact.
„ Delete:
Erases the contact's data from the Phone Book.
vCard: Attaches the contact's data to a message and send it
to others.
„ Send
• Press
to show the details for that contact. You can then perform
the following tasks:
„ Scroll
to the number that you wish to dial, and then press
.
„ Press
(Option) to access the following options:
• Add: Add a new contact to the phone book.
• Edit: Used to edit the Phone Book data for this contact.
• Copy to SIM (Phone): If you are currently using a phone
book stored in the phone's memory, you can copy the
contact's data to the phone book stored on your SIM card.
Conversely, if you are currently using a phone book stored on
your SIM card, you can copy the contact's data to the phone
book stored in the phone's memory.
• Delete: Erases the contact's data from the Phone Book.
• Call: Dial the currently highlighted number.
• Send Msg.: Sends a message (SMS or MMS) to the current
highlighted number.
• Send vCard: Attaches the contact's data to a message and
send to others.
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Last Missed, Dialed, and Received Calls
There are two ways you can view the last missed, dialed, and received
calls on your phone, as well as information on their date and time:
1. If there have been any missed calls, the display will show a missed call
message along with the number of calls that were missed.
Press
number.
(View), and then press
2. In the standby mode, press
to scroll to the desired phone
to view the list of the most recent
missed, dialed, and received calls. Press
phone number.
The icon
to scroll to the desired
will appear beside missed calls; the icon
appear beside dialed calls; the
will
will appear beside received calls.
If your network operator is not able to display a certain call's number,
the list will not show a number for the call.
When the number for a missed, dialed, or received call is highlighted,
you can perform the following tasks:
• Press
to re-dial the number.
• Press
(Option) to bring up a pop-up menu:
„ Save (Edit): If the phone number for the call has not been stored
in the Phone Book, select the Save option to create a contact for
this number in the Phone Book. If this phone number is already
stored under a contact in the Phone Book, select the Edit option
to edit this information for this contact. For information about
editing Phone Book data, see page 19, "Adding Contacts to the
Phone Book".
„ Delete: Erases the record of the call from the list.
„ Call: Dial the phone number.
„ Send Msg.: Sends a message to this phone number.
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„ Delete
All: Erase all the call records.
• Press
to display the details on this call such as the caller's name
and time.
Operations During a Call
The following options marked with an asterisk (*) are dependent on
network support and may require a subscription.
Putting a Call on Hold*
1. When the only call is active:
a. Press
b. Press
(Hold) to hold this call.
to end this call.
2. When the only call is on hold:
a. Press
b. Press
(Unhold) to resume the call.
to end this call.
3. When there is an active call and a call on hold.
a. Press
(Swap) to resume the call that is on hold, and
put the active call on hold.
b. Press
end.
to show on the display a list of calls that you can
Making a Second Call*
Enter a phone number, or select one from the phone number or call
record, and then press
to dial it. The currently active call will
automatically be placed on hold. However, if there is already one active
call and another on hold, this action will fail.
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Call Waiting*
If there is an incoming call while you are on the phone, a tone will
sound through the earpiece and the display will show that a second call
is currently waiting. You can handle the waiting call and currently active
call in the following ways:
1. Answer the waiting call: Press
the currently active call will
automatically be placed on hold. However, if there is already another
call on hold, a menu will appear on the display allowing you to select
a call to end and then answer the waiting call.
2. Reject the waiting call: Press
or
(End). Pressing
(End) will immediately reject the waiting call; pressing
will bring
up a menu on the display that you can use to select a call to end.
In-Call Menu
If you press
during a call, it will bring up the call menu. Press
to scroll to the desired item and then press
to enter that item; press
(Back) to return to the pervious menu; press
directly to the call menu.
to return
Items marked with an asterisk (*) depend on network support and
may require a subscription.
Phone Book
Accesses data in the Phone Book. For details, see page 19, "Phone
Book".
Call Records
Allows you to view information on missed, received, and dialed calls.
See page 24, "Last Missed, Dialed, and Received Calls".
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Conference*
Conference calls allow you to converse with more than one party at a
time. The conference menu contains the following options:
The maximum number of parties that can be accommodated during a
conference call depends on the particular service provided by a
network vendor.
Hold/Unhold/Swap*
Toggles the call status.
Join/Private
Adds a party that is on hold to the current conference call, or
isolates a single party in a conference call and puts all other parties
on hold.
Forward
Allows two parties to connect, while ending one's own call (one of
the two parties may be involved in an active call while the other is
either on hold or being dialed), so as to allow the two parties to
have their own call.
Send DTMF
When the phone is connected with other devices or services, you can
send DTMF (Dual Tone Modulation Frequency) strings. DTMF strings
are keypad tones that can be sent via the microphone as you dial
another number. Your phone will emit the tones in order to
communicate with answering machines, pagers, computerized
telephone services, and so forth.
Enter the phone number and then press
to send the DTMF string.
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End Call
End All
Ends all calls, whether active or on hold.
End Active
Ends only the active call.
End Hold
Ends only a call or calls on hold.
End One
Ends only a single call.
Hold/Unhold/Swap
Toggles the call status.
Mute/Unmute
Activates/cancels the silent mode.
Messages
Enters the SMS menu. For details on the SMS menu, see page 33,
"Messages".
Calculator
Allows you to use the calculator. For information about the calculator,
see page 65.
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Using the Silent Profile
From the standby screen, you can long-press
to activate the silent
profile. Once it is activated, the phone will alert you to an incoming call
by vibrating without ringing.
• When you long-press
to activate the silent profile, the phone
will vibrate for one second.
will appear in the LCD display's
status bar when silent profile is activated.
• To cancel the silent profile and restore the previously active vibrant
and ring tone settings, long-press
To set and select a profile, press
Settings > Profiles. See page 73.
.
. Alternatively, you can go to
Listening to the Radio
To listen to the radio on your phone, first connect your headset to the
phone.
1. From the standby screen, press
(FM) or
you can go to the main menu and select FM Radio.
2. Press
to turn on the radio.
3. Press
to go to a channel saved in My Channel.
4. Press and hold
. Alternatively,
to search for an available channel.
5. Press
(Option) to access a list of options.
• Volume: Allows you to adjust volume.
• Save: Allows you to include the current channel in My Channel.
• Edit: Allows you to modify current channel's details.
• Delete: Deletes current channel from My Channel.
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• My Channel: Allows you to view or edit My Channel.
• Loud Speaker: Select On so you can listen to the radio through
the speaker.
Be careful when turning the speaker on since the sound through the
speaker can be loud.
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Shortcuts
You can use the Shortcuts menu to assign 8 alphanumeric keys as
shortcuts to commonly used functions or frequently dialed numbers.
Key
is set to voicemail dialing by default, and they are not
allowed to be changed.
From the standby screen, press
to enter the Shortcuts menu. The
numbers 2 to 9 displayed on the screen represent the corresponding 8
alphanumeric keys on the phone.
Setting Shortcuts
Shortcuts allows you to set up quick access functions or phone
numbers.
1. Scroll to move the selection box to the number key you wish to use as
a shortcut key. You can also press the actual alphanumeric key to
select it.
2. To add a function, press
(Option) and select Add Function. To
add a phone number, press
(Option) to and select Add Phone.
See step 3 if Add Function is selected. See Step 4 if Add Phone is
selected.
3. From the function shortcuts list, scroll to select an item. Press
save the assigned shortcut.
4. From the contact list, scroll to select a contact. Press
assigned shortcut.
to
to save the
5. Repeat the above step to add or modify function shortcuts.
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6. To cancel a shortcut key and restore the key's original function, scroll
to the shortcut key that you want to cancel, and then press
(Option). Select Delete to cancel the shortcut.
Using Shortcuts
There are two ways to use shortcuts:
1. From the standby screen, long-press an alphanumeric key to access
its assigned shortcut.
2. From the standby screen, press
You can then:
to enter the Shortcuts menu.
a. Scroll to move the selection box to the icon corresponding to the
desired key. Then press
to access its assigned shortcut.
b. Press the corresponding alphanumeric key to access its assigned
shortcut.
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Messages
Your phone supports various messaging services including SMS (Short
Messaging Service) and MMS (Multimedia Messaging service). SMS
allows you to insert simple animations and ring tones into your short
messages, while MMS enables you to send pictures, colored images and
music through your phone. You must have a subscription that supports
MMS. Please contact your service provider for details.
From the main menu, select
to enter the Messages menu.
• When there is a new or unread SMS message, the message icon
will appear in yellow.
• When there is a new or unread MMS message, the message icon
will appear in blue.
• When phone memory is full, the message icon
will appear in
red. When the SIM card's memory is full, the message icon
appear.
• The icon
will
appears when the total number of stored messages
reaches 300.
SMS
Editing and Sending a New Short Message
1. To open up the message editor screen, go to SMS > New or press
from the standby screen, so that you can write a new short message.
Use the alphanumeric keys to enter text.
For information on how to use the input methods provided by the
phone for writing messages, see page 50, "Input Modes".
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2. When writing a message, press
(Option) to perform the
following tasks:
• Insert: You can insert the following types of objects:
„ Text: This is a list of templates that can be used instead of
entering all the characters individually. You can use the
factory default templates or templates of your own that you
previously saved to the list.
To create your own quick message templates, go the menu
Messages > SMS > Templates. See page 37.
„ Image:
You can select an animation from the image library to
insert into your message. Press
to select image you wish
to insert, press
once to preview and then press again to
insert the image.
„ Melody: You can select a ring tone from the melody library to
insert into your message. Scroll to ring tone you desire, and
then press
to insert the ring tone into your message. The
inserted ring tone will be displayed as musical note within the
message's text.
„ vCard: You can select a contact's data from your Phone Book
to attach to your message. After receiving your message, the
recipient can save the attached contact data to their own
Phone Book.
„ vCalendar: You can select a Calendar memo and then attach
it to your message. After receiving your message, the recipient
can save this attached memo to their own Calendar.
• Alignment: Used to select the type of text alignment for the
message's content.
3. After you have finished editing the message, press
following options appear:
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and the
• Send: Press
to enter a recipient's phone number editor. You
may enter a phone number or press
(Browse) to select
recipients from the list of contacts in the Phone Book. Follow the
steps below:
a. Press
to scroll to the name of contact, and then
press
to select it. Repeat the step to select multiple
contacts.
b. Press
(Done) to return to the recipient's phone
number editor.
c. Press
to send.
When the phone is sending a message, "Sending... x/x" will
appear on the screen. For example, if you are sending a
message to three people, "Sending... 1/3" will appear when it is
sending the message to the first recipient, and "Sending... 2/3"
will appear when it is sending to the second recipient, and
"Sending... 3/3" will appear when it gets to the last recipient.
• Save to Draft: Saves the message to the Drafts folder.
• Discard: Discards the message.
Receiving and Reading a Short Message
1. When you receive a new short message, the phone will play the alert
sound and the message "1 New SMS" along with the sender's name
will appear. If the sender is not stored in the phone book then only
phone number will be shown.
2. Press
to go to Inbox, and then press
once again to read your
message. Press
(Option) the following options appear:
„ Reply: Allows you to write and send a reply message.
„ Delete: Deletes the message being read.
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„ Call
Sender: Uses the number from which the message was sent to
call the sender.
„ Chat: Starts a chat session with the sender.
„ Forward: Forward the massage to others and you may edit the
content beforehand.
„ Save: Allows you to save the following content:
• Save the phone number from which the message was sent
(the number shown on the display in the "Sender Info" item)
to the Phone Book.
• Save the phone number displayed in the message's contents.
(the option for a directly displayed number).
• If the message has a picture or ring tone attached, you can
save these objects to your phone's memory. Depending on
the type of the object, the phone will save it to the
corresponding category in the Media Center menu.
For details on the Media Center menu, see page 60.
If you are saving an image, you can select the Save as
Wallpaper option, setting it as the wallpaper for the standby
screen.
If you are saving a melody, you can also select the Save as
Ring Tone option, setting it as the ring tone that will play
when there is an incoming call.
• If the message has a contact's information attached to it, you
can save that contact's information to your Phone Book.
• If the message has a Calendar memo attached to it, you can
save that memo to your Calendar.
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Managing Outbox
Go to MMS > Outbox. This option preserves a backup copy of messages
that you previously sent. Scroll to the massage and then press
(Option) to delete, resend or forward the message. Select Delete All to
erase all messages.
Managing Drafts
Go to SMS > Drafts. This option allows you to preserve message drafts
that you have saved. Scroll to the desired message record, press
(Option) to delete the draft or to delete all, or press
message.
to edit the
Using the SMS Templates
Go to SMS > Templates. You can use the quick message templates in this
menu to compose a message without having to enter the entire text
character by character. You can use the factory default templates, or
templates that you previously saved to the list. Scroll to the desired
template and then press
to insert its text into your message. You can
then edit the text as you wish and then send the message.
To create your own quick message templates, press
(Option) and
then select Add. You can then enter the text for the template, pressing
to save it.
If a template is one of the factory defaults, you will not be able to use
the editing function to modify it.
Cleaning Up Messages
Go to SMS > Cleanup. This option allows you to cleanup part of or all of
the messages. The options for cleanup includes All, Inbox, All Read,
Outbox, and Drafts.
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Settings
Save Msg. to
Here you can determine whether a new message will be saved
to the phone's memory or to your SIM card's memory.
Service Center No.
This feature allows you to save the message center's phone
number for sending your messages. The messages that you
send are sent to recipients through this message center.
Enter the message number provided by the network vendor.
After you are finished, press
to confirm.
Bearer Mode
This can be set according to whether you are using a GPRS
network system or a regular GSM dialup network. If you are
using a GPRS network, you can use both the GPRS and dialup
network to send and receive SMS messages. If however you are
using a dialup network, you are restricted to using only the
dialup network for sending and receiving SMS messages.
• GPRS Only: Use only the GPRS network to send and receive
SMS messages.
• GPRS First: Use the GPRS network preferentially. Only if
there is no GPRS network present will the dialup network be
used.
• CSD Only: Use only the dialup network to send and receive
SMS messages.
• CSD First: Use the dialup network preferentially. Only if
there is no GPRS network will the GPRS network be used.
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Validity Period
This sets the duration that an undeliverable SMS message that
you send can be stored at the message center. During this
period, the message center will continue to attempt to deliver
the message to the designated number.
Message Type
You can request that your network operator convert your text
messages to different types.
Status Report
After activating this function, the network vendor will report
to you when a message has been delivered.
Direct Reply
You can request that your reply to an SMS be sent directly
through the sender's message center.
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MMS
Before you start to use MMS, you have to subscribe to both GPRS
and MMS services provided by your operator. Then you have to
adjust MMS settings in your phone to be able to use MMS.
Because MMS uses your operator's MMS server on a GPRS network
to send messages to phones, you need to adjust the following
settings correctly in order to use MMS:
Go to Oper.Service > WAP Service > WAP Setting to create a new WAP
profile for your network settings. See page 69, "WAP Settings" for details
about how to set up a WAP profile.
Go to Message > MMS > Settings > Server Info to select the MMS server
for sending and receiving MMS messages.
You should contact your operator for details on MMS settings. Some
operators may adjust the settings for you after you subscribe to MMS.
Editing and Sending MMS Messages
Go to MMS > New, and follow the steps below to write and send new
MMS message.
1. Fill in below fields required for sending a MMS message.
• To: Press
to enter a recipient's phone number editor. You
may enter a phone number or press
(Browse) to select
recipients from the list of contacts in the Phone Book. Follow the
steps below:
a. Press
to scroll to the name of contact, and then
press
to select it. Repeat the step to select multiple
contacts.
b. Press
(Done) to return to the recipient's phone
number editor.
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c. Press
• Subject: press
to send.
to enter the text for the subject.
• Content: press
to enter the slide editor. See below for details
on the options of editing the content.
• Cc: You can send the message as a carbon copy to others.
• Bcc: You can send the message as a confidential carbon copy to
others.
• Priority: press
message.
to set the priority high, normal, or low for this
• Receipt: press
to choose from the following receipt modes:
Delivery/Read: Asks the recipient to return a
confirmation after receiving and reading your message.
„ Delivery Only: Asks the recipient to return a confirmation
after receiving your message.
„ Read Only: Asks the recipient to return a confirmation after
reading your message.
„ None: Cancels this function.
„ Both
2. To edit the MMS message content, scroll to the Content and then press
to enter the slide editor. Press
(Option) you can
execute the following tasks:
• Insert:
„ Templates:
Insert the default MMS templates into your
messages. Those templates contain images and text. You can
customize those by inserting more objects you like.
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„ Image:
You can select a image saved in the image library to
insert into a MMS slide. Press
(Save) to immediately
insert the highlighted image into current slide, or press
to view the highlighted image.
„ Melody: You can select a ring tone saved in the phone to
insert into a MMS page. Scroll to highlight the file name of
the desired ring tone, and then press
tone to the MMS page.
to insert this ring
Each MMS page is only able to accommodate one image and
one audio file. If you insert another image or audio file into the
same page, the newly inserted file will replace the existing one.
„ Text:
Enter text templates into your message.
Before: Insert a new page before the current one.
„ Slide After: Insert a new page after the current one.
• Preview: Plays all the slides in the message in sequence.
• Remove Melody: Remove the audio file on the current shown
slide.
• Remove Text: Remove the text on the current shown slide.
• Remove Image/Slide: Remove the image if your message contains
only one slide. Remove the current shown slide if your message
contains multiple slides.
• Previous/Next Slide: Going to the previous or next slide.
• Slide Duration: To set the duration of each slide during playing.
For example, 30 means each slide will played for 30 seconds.
„ Slide
Each slide allows only one image and one audio file. If you try to
insert a second image or audio, an Out of range message will
pop up.
3. After you finish all slides for a MMS message, press
and choose from the following options:
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(Option)
• Send: Send the message immediately.
• Save to Draft: Store the message in Outbox.
• Preview: Preview the message.
• Discard: Discards the message.
Reading an MMS Message
Having successfully downloaded the MMS message, the display will
automatically switch to Inbox, press
to start playing the MMS
message page by page. Press
again to stop playing. Press
(Option) to execute the following task:
• Reply : Reply to the sender.
• Delete: Delete this message.
• Forward: Forward the message to someone else.
• Save: Save the image shown on the slide or the sender information to
your phone. After you save it, you can go to Media Center > Image to
see it.
• Save all: Save the audio files and the images attached on the message
to your phone.
Using the MMS Templates
These preset MMS templates contain images and text. Scroll to
highlight the template you like and then press
template into your own MMS message.
to customize that
Cleaning Up Messages
Go to MMS > Cleanup. This option allows you to cleanup part of or all of
the messages. The options for cleanup includes All, Inbox, All Read,
Outbox, and Drafts.
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Settings
Before you start to use MMS, go to MMS > Settings to adjust the
following settings:
Filter
Your phone will reject all MMS messages from the senders
listed here.
Expiry
Sets the length of time your outgoing MMS message stays on
the server before it reaches the recipient successfully.
Reply Type
You can determine here whether you want to use an SMS
message or MMS message in reply to an MMS message you
have received.
Size Limit
Sets the maximum size for a message that the phone receives. If
an incoming message exceeds this size, the phone will not be
able to download that message.
Server Info
Activates the MMS server used for sending and receiving MMS
messages.
Deferred Download
After you activate this function, the phone will only download
the information associated with the sender when it receives an
MMS message. You can then decide whether to download this
message's content after you have read the information related
to the sender.
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Delivery Report
Asks the recipient to return a confirmation after receiving your
MMS message.
Read Report
Asks the recipient to return a confirmation after reading your
message.
SMS Chat
You can engage in a peer-to-peer chat session by writing short messages
to another mobile phone user. This feature allows you to have a
continuous text conversation with someone without having to enter the
number of the recipient each time you have something new to say. The
text conversation is recorded so you can review what has been said in
the chat session.
Starting a chat session
There are two ways of initiating a chat session.
1. Go to SMS Chat > Start Chat to start a new chat session. Follow
the steps below to conduct the chat:
a.Enter the nickname for the chat session, and press
.
b.Enter the phone number of the person you want to chat with.
c.Write your message. When you finish, press
to send the
message to invite the recipient to a chat. The chat log shows
your nickname followed by your message as “nickname>
message”.
d.When the chat message is sent, press
(Option) and then
choose Send to enter another message. The message will
automatically be sent to the same recipient. Repeat the same
process to send more messages to the same person.
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2. Alternatively, to start a chat session, you can select a message from
Inbox, press
(Option) and then choose Chat. Select a chat
partner from the Nickname list and then press
message and press
to a chat.
. Write your
to send the message to invite the recipient
Receiving a reply to your chat message
When your phone receives a reply from your chat partner, the chat
log will show your partner’s name and message, followed by the
previous message(s) you sent. You can now begin to chat with your
partner.
Receiving a request for a new chat
When your phone receives a chat request from another person, a
dialogue box would pop up on the display asking if you want to join
the chat. Follow the steps below to reply to the chat message:
1. Press
2. Press
press
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to view the chat message.
to join the chat. Enter your nickname and message, and
to send your message.
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Leaving a chat session
If you want to leave a chat session, press
(back) or
. This
will take you back to the SMS Chat menu. You phone will keep the
records of the last chat session. To resume the previous chat session,
scroll to select Previous Chat. If you want to start a new chat, go to
SMS Chat > New Chat.
When you are interrupted by an incoming call during a
chat session
1. Answer the call. Upon ending the call, the display returns to the
idle mode. Then you may resume the chat session by selecting
Previous Chat from the SMS Chat menu.
2. Reject the incoming call and continue the chat by selecting
Previous Chat from the SMS Chat menu.
Voicemail
Get Voicemail
Used to dial the voicemail number provided by your network
vendor to listen to your voicemails.
Set Number
You can save your voicemail phone number here.
Your network vendor will provide you with your voicemail inbox
number and a number for accessing any other voicemail services.
For detailed information about voicemail services, contact your
network operator to see if you need to save a specific phone number
to your phone in order to access your voicemail inbox.
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Cell Broadcast
Cell broadcast messages are general messages that your network
operator broadcasts to all phones within a particular area. These
messages are broadcast in numbered channels. For example, channel
030 might be for local weather, 060 for traffic reports, 080 for
information about local hospitals, taxis, pharmacies, and so forth.
You can receive cell broadcast messages that your network operator
broadcasts, and select your preferred topics and languages.
For more information about available channels and a list of the
information they provide, contact your network operator.
When you receive a cell broadcast, the content will be displayed twice
in ticker-tape fashion.
Receive
Allows you to select whether or not to receive cell broadcast
messages.
Topics
Allows you to decide what information you wish to receive
from your network operator's cell broadcasts. The topics listed
in the Topics list represent the broadcast information that you
have selected to receive from your network operator.
If you have not previously saved any topics, you can press
(Option) and then select the Add option to enter the
channel in From and To fields.
Language
You can limit the cell broadcast information that you receive
from your network operator to a specific language. Press
to select your preferred language, and press
save the setting.
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(Save) to
Memory Status
Displays the amount of remaining available memory, including
pictures, animations and ring tones stored on the phone.
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Input Modes
When an editing screen is displayed, the current text input mode is
indicated in the upper right corner of the screen. The phone has the
following input modes. Long-press
lower case.
to switch between upper and
iTap (predictive input mode) for uppercase letters.
iTap (predictive input mode) for lowercase letters.
Uppercase letters input mode.
Lowercase letters input mode.
Numeric input mode.
Changing the Text Input Mode
Press
table.
to change the input mode. Press
to open the symbols
To set the default input mode to the one you most frequently use,
choose the menu Settings > Input > Default. See page 85.
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Predictive Input Mode (iTap)
How to use iTap
• Press each key associated with the letter you want to enter only once.
The letters you have entered appear on the display. The candidate
words will change with each key you press.
• If the first highlited candidate word is the wrong word, scroll to view
other candidate words and locate the desired word.
• Once the correct word is located, press
to enter this word.
• While entering text, use the joystick to move the cursor. Press
once to delete a character; long-press
• Long-press
to delete all entered text.
to switch between upper and lower case.
Example of iTap in use
To enter "COME HOME" using iTap:
to select C, O, M, E.
1. Press
2. Press
to enter "COME" as text. A space will automatically be
inserted after "COME".
to enter "HOME".
3. Press
4. Since "GOOD" is not the word that you wish to enter, scroll to the
next candidate word "HOME".
5. Press
to enter "HOME".
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Letter Input Mode (ABC)
How to use the letter input mode
• You must press the key corresponding to the desired letter the correct
number of times in order to enter the letter you want. Display letters
for entry according to the order shown on each key. Pressing a key
once will display the first letter listed on the key, while pressing it
twice will display the second letter, and so on.
• When you have entered a letter and wish to enter the next letter,
either wait for two seconds until the cursor moves to the next text
entry position, or immediately press the key for the next letter.
• Short press
Long press
to enter a space before beginning a new word.
to begin a new line.
• While entering text, use the joystick to move the cursor. Press
once to delete a character; long-press
entered text.
• Long-press
to delete all
to switch between upper and lower case.
Numeric Input Mode (123)
The numeric input mode allows you to use the alphanumeric keys
to
to enter numbers.
Symbol Input Mode
To open symbol table, press
text. Press
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. Press
to hide the table.
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to place the symbol in the
Menus
The phone's menus provide various features. The main menu consists
of 9 icons. Each icon represents a particular menu item, which is used to
access related sub-menus.
For information about navigating menus, see page 14, "Menu
Navigation".
Phone Book
This menu provides various functions for managing the Phone Book,
including the ability to add, locate, and copy contact data; add contacts
to a caller group; and so forth.
Find
Used to locate a contact in the Phone Book. You can enter the full name
of the desired contact, or if you are not sure about the spelling of the
contact's name, simply enter the first letter, and then press
. The
phone will locate all contacts whose names begin with this letter, and
you can scroll to the field containing the contact you want. For details,
see page 20.
Add
Used to add a new contact to the Phone Book. You will be prompted to
select from To SIM or To Phone. Select To SIM the contact will be saved
on your SIM memory, and select To Phone the contact will be saved on
the phone. For details, see page 19, "Adding Contacts to the Phone
Book".
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Edit
After selecting a particular contact, you can follow the procedure
described on page 19 for editing the data for this contact.
Copy
If you are using the phone book stored in the phone's memory, you can
copy contact data to the SIM card's phone book, and vice versa. You can
select a contact to copy from one phone book to the other, and copy all
contacts in one phone book to the other by choosing the option All
Phone to SIM (All SIM to Phone).
Delete
Deletes a contact from the Phone Book. You can delete one contact at a
time, or delete all contacts at once.
Caller Group
Caller groups are combinations of phone settings used to identify a
particular group of contacts. For example, you can associate a ring tone
and a image with one group, and when a member of that group calls,
the phone will use the group's ring tone and display its image.
The phone provides 5 caller groups: Colleagues, Family, Friends, VIP,
Others.
Scroll to the caller group that you wish to configure, you can perform
the following tasks:
• Press
(Option): Used to select the ring tone or image ID
that will help you identify the caller group to which a particular
caller belongs, or to rename the caller group.
• Press
: Allows you to view a list of all contacts that belong to
the caller group. Press
then press
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to highlight the desired contact, and
(Option) to add or delete a contact.
Business Card
You can use this option to enter your own business card information.
The data fields are as follows:
Your name.
Your mobile phone number.
Your e-mail address.
Your company's address.
Your job title.
Press
to scroll to the data field you wish to edit, and then press
to begin entering the text. After you are finished entering the data, press
to return to the previous screen. Press
(Option) and select
Save to save all the business card data, or select Send vCard to send this
business card as an attachment in a short message.
My Number
This option allows you to save your SIM card number and name to your
SIM card's memory.
Press
(Option) and select Add to enter your name and number.
When you are finished, press
(Option) and then select Save to
save your data. If you wish to edit the current name and number, press
(Option) and select Edit to edit the currently selected data.
Memory Status
Shows you the entries that have been stored and the maximum entries
that can be stored, on the SIM and on the phone.
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Messages
For a description of the features available in the messages menu, see
page 33, "Messages".
Calls
Your network operator must support this feature in order for you to be
able to use it.
This menu includes a list of your missed calls, dialed calls, and received
calls. Call costs and time are also recorded.
Missed
Shows your most recent missed calls.
Press
to scroll to the missed call that you wish to select. You can
now choose to view, edit, or delete the number for the missed call. The
procedure is the same as that described on page 24, "Last Missed,
Dialed, and Received Calls".
Received
Shows your most recent received calls.
The procedure for using this feature is the same as that described on
page 24, "Last Missed, Dialed, and Received Calls".
Dialed
Shows your most recent dialed calls.
The procedure for using this feature is the same as that described on
page 24, "Last Missed, Dialed, and Received Calls".
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Cleanup All
Deletes all call records.
Duration
This feature is only accessible if supported by your network operator.
Last
Shows the duration of the last call.
All
Shows the total time for all calls.
Received
Shows the total time for all received calls.
Dialed
Shows the total time for all dialed calls.
Reset
Clears all call time records.
Cost
Last
Shows the cost of your last call.
Requires the support of the network operator.
All
Shows the total cost of all calls.
Requires the support of the network operator.
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Reset
Clears all call cost records.
Requires entry of the PIN2 code.
What is a PIN2 code?
• The PIN2 is the second PIN code. Its main use is in controlling
restricted services-for example, call time limits and restricted phone
numbers.
• If the PIN2 code is incorrectly entered three times consecutively, the
PIN2 code will be locked. To unlock the PIN2 code, you will need to
enter the PUK2 code, which you obtain from your network operator.
Cost Limit
Shows the current limit set for total call costs.
Set
Allows you to set the call cost limit and then enter the unit price
and a currency for calculating call costs.
Requires entry of the PIN2 code.
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Games
Your phone provides a number of exciting games that you can use to
entertain yourself when you have a spare moment.
Games
Cherry Boy
This game contains five levels and in each level the
player has three lives. To pass one level you must
collect all the cherries before time is up, or you
must obtain the key to the next level. If you bump
into a monkey, you lose one life.
Eda Mouse
This game contains eight levels and to pass each
level player has to eliminate the fruit to a certain
amount. You pass one level when your score has
reached a thousand points. To eliminate the fruit,
player has to arrange at least three identical fruit in
a row. You lose the game when the fruit reach the
eda mouse's head.
FM Radio
The FM radio you access through the main menu is the same as pressing
(FM) from the standby screen. For details about how to use the
radio, see page 29, "Listening to the Radio".
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Media Center
Images
This image library stores the phone's default images, as well as images
received in messages, downloaded through WAP services or using
multimedia communications tools. You may set the image as caller ID
image, or send the image in a short message.
The file formats supported by the phone are BMP, PNG, GIF, JPEG
(progressive or marithmetic-encoded saves not supported), and EMS
picture.
Melodies
This ring tone library includes the phone's default ring tones, as well as
ring tones received in messages, or downloaded through WAP services
or using multimedia communications tools.
The phone supports the following music file formats: MIDI, SMAF,
and iMelody.
Scroll to the desired ring tone, and press
(Option) to perform the
following tasks with the ring tone:
„ Set Ring ID: Set the current selected ringtone for a contact. When
there is an incoming call from the contact, the phone will play this
ring tone.
•New Contact: Enables you to create a new contact using
the current selected ringtone.
•Existed Contact: Associate the current selected ringtone
with a contact in the phone book entries.
• Set Ringtone: Makes the ring tone the alert sound for incoming
calls.
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• Rename: Allows you to give a new name to the ring tone.
The phone's default ring tones cannot be renamed, so they do
not present this option.
• Delete: Deletes user-defined ring tones.
The phone's default ring tones cannot be deleted. Only userdefined ring tones provide this option.
• Send: Sends the ring tone in a message.
For information about messaging features, see page 33,
"Messages".
• Details: Displays the name of the ring tone, its file size, and
whether it is a default ring tone, or a file that you have saved or
downloaded yourself (noted as User Defined).
Download
Saves the images or the ring tones that you download to the phone.
Cleanup All
Deletes all the data stored in the media center.
Memory Status
Displays the amount of remaining available memory, including images
and ring tones stored on the phone.
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Tools
Alarm
If you activate the Alarm Clock feature, when the specified date and
time arrive, the phone will sound the alarm, even if your phone is
turned off.
1. Select the alarm you wish to set and press
.
2. The status of the alarm will appear, press
to set the alarm status
on or off.
3. After your alarm is turned on, setting options appear as shown in the
chart below:
Switch the alarm on or off.
Enter the time when an alarm will go off.
Use
to set the alarm mode:
• Once: Alarm will go off only once.
• Daily: Alarm will go off daily.
• Weekday: Alarm will go off Monday through Friday.
Allows you to select the length of the alarm. Press
desired alarm duration.
Set the ring tone for the alarm. Press
desired ring tone.
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to select the
(Set) and then select the
4. Lastly, you must press
(Save)to save all your current Alarm
settings. After completing Alarm settings,
standby screen's status bar.
will appear in the
Auto Time Zone
If during travel, you move between time zones, the phone will
automatically adjust the time displayed on the screen based on the time
zone prompts provided by the local network operator so that you always
have access to accurate local time.
On
The time displayed on your phone will be reset automatically
according to the local network operator's time zone prompts.
Off
You phone will display the time you have set, and when you travel
to other time zones, the phone will ignore time zone prompts
issued by the local network operator.
Confirm First
The phone will ask for your confirmation before it resets its time.
Calendar
You can use the Calendar to set up memos for forthcoming events such
as a meeting, an appointment, or a friend's birthday. The Calendar will
also remind you about events you have previously scheduled.
1. When you open the Calendar, the phone will show the calendar for
the current date.
If you have not set the current date on your phone, go the menu
Settings → Date & Time. See page 72.
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2. In the Calendar screen, press
to move the red box to the date
where you wish create a memo. You can also press
and select the Go to Today option.
(Option)
3. When the red box is highlighting the desired date, press
(Option) and select the Add option to open the memo editor.
4. In the memo editor screen, scroll to the data field you wish to edit,
and then press
, or press alphanumeric keys to begin entering
data. You can enter data in these fields:
Enter the subject for the event.
Enter the start date of the event.
Enter a start time of the event.
Enter the end date of the event.
Enter an end time of the event.
This option allows you to set the time you want the reminder to
remind you about the event. For example, if you want the reminder
to sound 30 minutes before the meeting, chose 30 minutes to set
the reminder to do so.
This option allows you to set the reminder repeatedly to go off.
For example, if a meeting is held every Thursday starting 2005/08/
05, you may select 2005/08/05, and then chose Weekly to set the
reminder to go off on Thursdays beginning with 2005/08/05.
Enter a location for the event.
Enter the names of the participants in the event.
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Record any notes about the event.
5. After completing entry of data in each of the fields, you must press
(Save) to save the memo to that date.
Shortcuts
For a description of the features accessible through the Shortcuts menu,
see page 31, "Shortcuts".
Calculator
Allows you to use the phone as a calculator. Use
mathematical operations shown on the screen. Press
decimal point.
to perform the
to enter a
You can enter numbers up to a maximum of 8 digits in length.
Currency Converter
Below is a description of the Currency Converter screen:
1. To set the currencies for conversion, press
(Option) and select
either Currency 1 (to set the currency at the top of the screen) or
Currency 2 (to set the currency at the bottom of the screen), then
press
to confirm. After selecting a currency from the list, press
.
2. Set the exchange rate. Press
(Option) and select Rate Setting,
then enter the rate for converting from Currency 1 to Currency 2.
The calculation can provide precision up to two decimal places.
The exchange rate field can accommodate a maximum of five digits
(including decimal digits).
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3. After returning to the Currency Converter screen, you can select one
of the currencies and then enter an amount that you wish to convert
into the other currency.
You can enter amounts up to six digits long.
4. After pressing
the converted amount will appear in the field for
the other currency.
Stopwatch
1. Press
to start the stopwatch.
2. While the stopwatch is running, you can press
(Split) to save
elapsed times. The display will show the saved times in the lower part
of the screen.
3. Press
4. Press
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to halt the stopwatch.
(Reset) to zero the stopwatch.
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Oper. Service
Your phone includes a built-in WAP browser, allowing you to use the
phone for mobile Internet connectivity. You can browse the online
services offered by the network operator or ISP, such as information on
financial news, sports, travel, and entertainment. To use the phone to
get online, necessary WAP and GPRS settings must be made in this
menu.
You must apply to a network operator for WAP services and complete
WAP and GPRS settings in this menu before you will be able to take
advantage of mobile Internet connectivity. In general, once the
service you have applied for has been activated, the network operator
will automatically transmit the needed settings to your phone. If this is
not the case, you must perform this configuration yourself. For
information about WAP and GPRS services and configuration details,
contact a network operator providing these services.
WAP Service
Activate the browser from the three options in the menu Oper.
Service > WAP Service:
• Start Browser: Starts up the browser and connects to the
homepage.
• WAP Message: Starts up the browser and accesses the WAP
inbox for reading text messages.
• Goto URL: Starts up the browser and connects to the URL that you
enter.
Start Browser
Starts up the browser and connects to the homepage.
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Browsing a webpage
Referring to the soft key commands at the bottom of the
screen, press
and
to perform needed tasks while
browsing a webpage. Press
to scroll up or down a
webpage. For details on browsing a webpage, inquire with the
network operator providing WAP services.
How to close the browser and end the online session
„ While
online, press
or long-press
.
„ If
you are already viewing a WAP webpage, long-press
or from the browser's menu select Exit.
WAP Message
When you receive a new WAP message, the status bar will show the
icon to remind you that you have an unread WAP message. Starts up
the browser and displays the WAP inbox so you can read WAP
messages.
Goto URL
Enter the URL of the webpage that you wish to browse, and then
press
to link to that URL.
Resume
Returns to the last webpage you viewed.
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WAP Settings
Allows you to make settings for the WAP servers of six different
network operators, and select the server that you would like to use
when connecting to the Internet. By scrolling to a particular group
of WAP server settings that you wish to modify, and then pressing
(Option), you can create a new group of settings, edit the
settings, or delete the settings.
WAP server settings include the fields listed below. Press
(Edit) to edit the setting in each field.
• Profile Name: Gives the WAP server settings a name.
• Homepage: Sets the webpage that the browser will link to when it
is started up.
• IP Address: Enter the IP address used for accessing the mobile
Internet.
• Port: Enter the connection port specified by the network operator
— for example, 9201.
• Bearer Mode: Before connecting to the Internet, you must set this
item according to whether your Internet connection bearer mode
is a GPRS network system or a GSM dialup network. Doing so
will allow you to properly link to the data network to browse WAP
pages. If you are using a GPRS network, you can use both the
GPRS and dialup network to connect to the Internet. If, however,
you are using a dialup network, you are restricted to using only
the dialup network to connect to the Internet.
„ GPRS Only: Use only the GPRS network.
„ GPRS First: Use the GPRS network preferentially. Only if
there is no GPRS network present will the dialup network be
used.
„ CSD Only: Use only the dialup network.
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„ CSD
First: Use the dialup network preferentially. Only if
there is no dialup network will the GPRS network be used.
A dialup network is a GSM Circuit Switch Data Service (CSD
for short). Using a dialup network can be likened to using a
home computer's modem, in that before connecting to the
Internet a number must be dialed. As for GPRS, it like the
LANs used at company, where users do not need to dial a
number to access the network. Regular GSM users who are
not using a GPRS network system can only have a dialup
connection to the Internet.
• GPRS: To modify settings for a GPRS account, press
to edit
the settings in each field. GPRS settings include the following
fields:
„ APN:
Enter the APN (Access Point Name) assigned by your
network operator.
„ User Name: If needed, enter the user name provided by your
network operator.
„ Password: If needed, enter the account password provided by
your network operator.
• CSD: If you are using a GSM network, you must configure and
activate a CSD account. Press
(Edit) to edit the settings in
the following fields:
„ Dial Number: When you start up the browser to connect to
the Internet, you phone will dial this number. Your telecoms
network operator or ISP will provide this number to you.
„ User Name: This is your user account name, and is provided
by your network operator.
„ Password: The account password provided by the network
provider.
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„ Line
Type: This is the type of dialup connection. Press
to
select.
„ Baud Rate: The determines the speed for data connections
with a GSM mobile phone.
„ Auth
Type: This is information needed for
telecommunications protocol authentication.
Clear Cache
Clears webpage content that the browser temporarily stores in
memory.
Clear Bookmarks
Clears URL strings that the browser temporarily stores in memory.
STK
Your network operator provides this STK (SIM Tool Kit) menu.
Depending on your SIM card and the services provided, there will be
several extra options under this menu. However, if your network operator
does not offer STK services, this menu will not appear on the screen. For
details, please contact your operator.
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Settings
Date & Time
Used to set the time and date, as well as the format in which the time
and date will be displayed on the startup screen. Press
settings.
to save the
Date
Enter the date using appropriate number keys.
Time
Enter time using appropriate number keys.
Format
This option is used to decide the format in which the time and date
will appear in the standby screen.
Auto Power On/Off
Designates a time for the phone to be automatically turned on or off. If
this option is activated, the phone will be automatically turned on or off
at the designated time each day.
When riding in an airplane or in any other situation where you cannot
use a mobile phone, remember to deactivate the Power On/Off
option.
Power On
When you see Status Off displays on the screen, press
and
choose the On option, scroll to Time and then enter a time you
wish the phone to be auto turned on.
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Power Off
When you see Status Off displays on the screen, press
and
choose the On option, scroll to Time and then enter a time you
wish the phone to be auto turned off.
Profiles
A profile is a group of settings that determine whether the phone will
alert you to incoming calls through a ring tone or a vibrating alert, and
how ring tones in general are used on the phone. These settings allow
the phone's operation to best suit the environment you are in.
1. Press
to scroll to the desired profile and then press
to activate
this profile. You can choose from among the following profiles:
Normal
This is the default profile. Once this profile is activated, the
LCD display's status bar will show the
icon.
Meeting
The options in this profile have been preset to suit a meeting
environment (for example, only a vibrating alert is used, with
no audible ring tone and no keypad tones). Once this profile is
activated, the LCD display's status bar will show the
icon.
Silent
The options in this profile have been preset for occasions where
silence is required (for example, there will be no audible ring
tone, no keypad tones, and no vibrating alert). Once this
profile is activated, the LCD display's status bar will show the
icon.
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Outdoors
The options in this profile have been preset to suit an outdoor
activity (for example, use of the highest ring tone volume,
activation of both ring tone and vibrating alerts, and use of
keypad tones). Once this profile is activated, the LCD display's
status bar will show the
.
Handsfree
This profile is only active when a hands-free kit is attached to
the phone. Once this profile is activated, the LCD display's
status bar will show the
icon.
Airplane
When you are on a plane, you can select this profile to turn off
the phone. Once this profile is activated, the phone will
automatically be powered off, and all alarms will be suspended.
If the phone is turned off by long-pressing
still go off at the appointed times.
, the alarms will
Personal
You can use this profile as a group of custom settings, and
rename the profile if desired. Once this profile is activated, the
LCD display's status bar will show the
icon. If you have
renamed this profile, the new name will replace Personal in the
profiles list.
2. Press
to scroll to the desired profile, and then press
(Edit)
to modify the settings listed below and adjust the profile to suit a
particular environment.
Vibrate
Includes the following setting options:
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• Ring Only: When there is an incoming call, the phone will
use a ring tone but no vibrating alert.
• Vibrate Only: When there is an incoming call, the phone will
use a vibrating alert but no ring tone.
• Ring & Vibrate: When there is an incoming call, the phone
will use both a vibrating alert and a ring tone.
• Vibrate then Ring: When there is an incoming call, the phone
will first use a vibrating alert and then a ring tone.
Call Ring
Your phone includes various types of ring tone melodies. Scroll
to the desired ring tone, and after one second or so you will be
able to hear that ring tone. Press
to confirm your selection.
Message Tone
The ring tone that your phone uses when a message is received.
Calendar Tone
The ring tone used for Calendar events for which you have set
an alarm.
Keypad Tone
Determines whether keypad tones are played when keys are
pressed.
Ring Volume
Press
to adjust the ring tone volume or mute the ring tone.
Answer Mode
• Send Key: Allows incoming calls to be answered only by
pressing
.
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• Any Key: Allows any key except
to be used to answer an
incoming call. In this mode,
is used to reject an
incoming call, and not to answer.
• Automatic: If the Automatic answer mode is activated, the
phone will ring for five seconds, and then the incoming call
will be automatically answered (only the Handsfree profile
allows this setting).
Rename
Allows you to provide a new name for the profile (only
available for the Personal profile).
Restore
Returns the above settings for the profile to their factory
default values.
Requires entry of the phone password, whose default value
is 1234.
Display
Wallpaper
Designates the wallpaper used for the LCD display's standby screen.
Enter the image library, scroll to the name of the image that you
wish to use, press
to view the whole image. Press
display the next or previous image; Press
selection.
will
to confirm your
Welcome Message
Used to select and configure the image, music or text that is
displayed when the phone is turned on.
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• Image: Press
(Edit) to enter the image library. Only the
image selected in this option will be displayed when the phone is
turned on. After selecting an image, you will need to select the
desired music to be played when the phone is turned on. Select
Silent if you do not wish any music to be played.
• Text: Press
(Edit) to input the text. Only the text entered
in this option will be displayed when the phone is turned on.
After inputting text, you will need to select the desired music to
be played when the phone is turned on. Select Silent if you do not
wish any music to be played.
• Off: Returns the settings for startup music and animation to their
factory default values.
Personal Banner
Enter the text you wish to be displayed on the standby screen.
Contrast
Press
to adjust the contrast of the screen's display. Press
confirm the setting.
to
Brightness
Press
to adjust the brightness of the phone's display
backlighting. Press
to confirm the setting.
Audio
This menu allows you to set various sounds that the phone uses.
Some of the options provided in this menu and the Profiles menu are
identical (for example, Call Ring). Therefore the particular setting that
the phone uses will depend on which menu you last used to make the
setting.
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Call Settings
Answer Mode
• Send Key: Allows incoming calls to be answered only by pressing
.
• Any Key: Allows any key except
incoming call. In this mode,
call, and not to answer.
to be used to answer an
is used to reject an incoming
Connect Alert
This feature allows the phone to provide a ring tone or vibrating
alert, or flash the backlighting when the recipient of a call has
answered.
Minute Minder
If you turn this function on, the phone will emit a beep per minute
during a call.
Show Number
You can decide whether or not to display your phone number on
the recipient's phone when you make a call.
On: When you call someone, the recipient's phone will display your
phone number.
Off: Your phone number will not be shown on the recipient's
phone.
If this feature is turned off, you may not be able to make phone
calls in certain countries, such as Singapore and China.
Preset: Whether your phone number will be displayed on a
recipient's phone will be determined by the default set by the
network operator.
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Call Divert
Requires the support of the network operator.
Forward All
Forwards all incoming calls to a designated phone number or
voicemail inbox. When you use this feature, you must enter a
phone number to which to forward incoming calls.
After the Forward All mode is activated, the standby screen
will display the
icon.
When Busy
The phone will divert incoming calls to another number when
you are in the middle of another call.
No Reply
Forwards incoming calls to another number when you do not
answer.
Not Reachable
Diverts incoming calls when your phone is turned off or
outside network coverage.
Cancel All
Cancels all call divert options.
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Call Barring
You can request that your network operator block the dialing or
receiving of certain calls. The call barring services below require the
support of your network operator. To activate or cancel any of the
options below, you must enter the network password provided by
the network operator.
All Outgoing
Blocks dialing of any calls from the phone.
Intl. Out
If this option is activated, no international calls can be made
with your phone.
Intl. Except Home
If this option is activated, your phone can only be used to dial
local calls and calls to your home country from abroad. Other
international calls will be barred.
All Incoming
Rejects all incoming calls.
Incoming When Roaming
If you are in another country (using roaming), activating this
option will cause the phone to reject all incoming calls.
Cancel All
Cancels all call barring settings. You must enter the network
password in order to cancel these settings.
Change Password
You can change the network password, which can be obtained
from the network operator.
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Call Waiting
If there is an incoming call when you are in the middle of another
call, the screen will display the number of the incoming call and call
waiting message to alert you. You can activate, cancel, or view the
status of this feature from this menu.
You must apply to the network operator for the call waiting
service in order to use this feature.
Auto Redial
If there is no answer at a number you have dialed, the phone will
automatically redial.
Fixed Dialing Number
After this feature is activated, the phone will only be able to dial
numbers on the Fixed Dial Number list. If a number is not on the
list, calls cannot be made to this number.
When you activate or cancel this feature, you must enter the
PIN2 code.
If the PIN2 code is entered incorrectly three consecutive times,
the PIN2 code will be locked down. You will need the PUK2 code
to unlock the PIN2 code. Contact your network operator to obtain
the PUK2 code.
Before activating the Fixed Dial Number feature, you must press
(View), then press
(Option) and select Add to create a
Fixed Dial Number list. You must enter the PIN2 code, and then
add a new number to your Fixed Dial Number list.
After creating the list, you can view, edit and delete numbers in the
list.
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Active Line
This feature allows you to use two different phone numbers on one
phone. You can designate one number for dialing calls, while
accepting incoming calls dialed to both numbers without needing
to use two phones. Select either Line 1 or Line 2. The number you
select (
or
) will appear on the standby screen.
This feature requires the support of the network operator.
User Group
User Group
Used to create a closed group of callers based on a service
provided by the network operator. The members of a User
Group can call each other, but cannot conduct calls with
anyone outside the group unless special provisions are made.
This option can be used to select whether or not to activate this
service.
Outside Access
When the User Group service is activated, enabling Outside
Access will allow users in the group to make calls to numbers
outside the group. However, incoming calls will still be
restricted to calls from within the group.
Network
Generally speaking, the choice of the network that your phone uses is
configured automatically. When turned on, the phone will
automatically connect to the network provided by your network
operator, or will automatically connect to the roaming network when
you are outside the coverage of your regular network.
If you wish to change the connection network, this menu will allow you
to select the network you want to use. When outside the coverage of
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your regular network in your home country or when abroad, you can
manually select the local network system.
Your network operator must be able to support network selection in
order for you to use this feature.
Network Mode
You can choose whether the network selection mode that the phone
will use when it is turned on is automatic or manual.
Automatic: If this option is selected, when outside the coverage of
your regular network, the phone will automatically search for
usable networks.
Manual: If this option is selected, when outside the coverage of
your regular network, the phone will list all the networks of telecom
vendors and allow you to choose.
Available List
Allows you to manually select a network. Your phone will list all the
networks of telecoms vendors so you can choose.
Not all networks listed will necessarily be available for use. If you
require further information, contact your network operator.
Band Setting
According to your requirements, you can set an appropriate band
in the GSM network system.
Connection
Used to set whether the phone will also search for a GPRS network
when it is turned on.
• GPRS & GSM: When it is turned on, the phone will search for
available GPRS and GSM networks.
• GSM Only: When it is turned on, the phone will search only for a
GSM network.
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Service Tone
Used to set whether the phone will sound when it detects an
available network.
Security
You can use a PIN code, phone password, and SIM card lock
authentication to prevent unauthorized use of the phone.
PIN Code
A PIN (Personal Identification Number) code is a password
provided by a network operator. When PIN code authentication is
activated, it will prevent unauthorized use of the SIM card. Unless
the correct PIN code is entered when the phone is turned on, the
SIM card cannot be used, even if it is inserted in another phone.
If the PIN code is entered incorrectly three consecutive times,
this will cause the SIM card to lock down, and a PUK1 code
provided by the network operator will be required to unlock it.
After unlocking, the PIN code will be automatically set to activate
once the phone is turned on.
PIN Code
Used to activate/deactivate or change the PIN Code. Before
changing settings for the PIN Code feature, the previously set
PIN Code must be entered.
If you wish to change the PIN Code, you must select On in the
Set Status item, so that you will be able to enter and confirm
the new password.
PIN2 Code
Used to change the PIN2 code. The procedure is the same as for
the PIN Code.
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Phone Lock
Once the phone lock is activated, you will be required to enter the
phone code when the phone is turned on. You must enter the
correct code to unlock it (the default phone code is 1234). When
the phone is locked, you will only be able to make emergency calls.
SIM Lock
When activating the SIM Lock, you must enter the SIM Lock
password (the default SIM Lock password is 1234). The password
must be between 4 and 8 digits. Your phone allows you to use three
different SIM cards, and you are required to enter the SIM card
password if the card you use is different than the first three.
Screen Lock
Used to create a security screensaver. When you have not
performed any tasks with the phone for a set period of time, the
phone will automatically activate the screensaver.
Power Saving Mode
After you activate the power saving mode, keypad and display
backlighting will be turned off, in order to conserve power.
Language
You can select the language that the phone will use to display
information.
Input
You can set the default input mode that will be automatically activated
whenever you open the editing window for entering information into a
message, the Phone Book, and so forth.
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Restore
Restores all of the phone's settings to their factory defaults.
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Care and Maintenance
Take note of the points noted below to ensure that you are using the
phone properly and to extend the lifespan of the phone.
• Store the phone and its accessories out of the reach of children.
• Keep the phone and accessories dry, and use the phone in
environments where the temperature is between -10 °C and 45 °C.
High or low temperatures outside this range may damage the phone.
• If possible, do not use or store the phone in excessively dusty or dirty
environments.
• Do not remove the warranty seal on the phone yourself, nor allow an
unauthorized dealer to do so.
• Do not use strong detergents or organic solvents to wipe or clean the
phone.
• If your phone or its accessories are not operating normally, contact an
authorized dealer immediately.
• Use only genuine BenQ accessories such as batteries, battery charger
and hands-free kit to ensure the phone's normal operation and
preserve battery life, as well as protect the safety of your person and
belongings. Use of non-BenQ accessories will not allow your phone to
achieve optimal performance, and may cause the phone to
malfunction. Any malfunctions or damage caused by the use of thirdparty accessories are not be covered by the terms of the product
warranty, and will void the product warranty.
• Avoid allowing objects that may discharge electricity to contact the
charging socket on the bottom of the phone or the metal contacts on
the battery, as this may cause short circuits and put you in danger.
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Troubleshooting
If you encounter problems while using the phone, or if it performs
erratically, you can consult the information in the chart below. If your
particular problem cannot be resolved using the information in the
chart, contact the dealer where you purchased the phone.
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
• The network signal is too Move to a location where the
weak at your current network signal can
location — for example, in properly received.
a basement or near a tall
building-because wireless
transmissions can not
effectively reach it.
Poor
reception
be
• The network is busy at Avoid using the phone at
the current time (for such times, or try again after
example, during peak waiting a short time.
times, there may be too
much network traffic to
handle additional calls).
• You are too far away from You can request a service
a base station for your area map from your network
operator.
network operator.
• Poor network trunk quality Hang up the phone and dial
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your again. You may be switched
to a better-quality network
trunk or phone line.
• Poor local telephone line
quality.
on the part of
network operator.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
• The standby time is
related to your network
operator's system
configuration. The same
phone used with different
network operators'
systems will not provide
exactly the same length
of standby time.
Shortened
standby time
• The battery is depleted. In Use a new battery.
high-temperature
environments, battery life
will be shortened.
• If you are not able to
connect to the network,
the phone will continue to
send out signals as it
attempts to locate a base
station. Doing so
consumes battery power
and will consequently
shorten standby time.
You cannot
switch your
phone on.
Solution
If you are located in an area
where signaling is weak,
temporarily shut off the
phone.
Change your location to one
where the network is
accessible, or temporarily
turn off your phone.
• Battery power has been Recharge the phone's
depleted.
battery.
• SIM card malfunction or Take the SIM card to your
damage.
SIM card
error
• SIM card inserted
network operator for testing.
Insert the SIM card properly.
improperly.
• Debris on the SIM card Use a soft, dry cloth to clean
contacts.
the SIM card contacts.
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Problem
Possible cause
• SIM card invalid.
Unable to
connect to the
network.
• You are not within the Check the service area with
network's service area.
• Poor signal.
You cannot
answer
incoming
calls.
Solution
Contact your network
operator.
your network operator.
Move to an open space, or if
you are inside a building,
move closer to a window.
• You have activated the Go to Settings > Call
Call Barring feature.
Settings > Call Barring,
and then select Cancel All.
• You have activated the Go to Settings > Call
You cannot
make
outgoing
calls.
PIN Code is
blocked.
Call Barring feature.
Settings > Call Barring,
and then select Cancel All.
• You have activated the
Go to Settings > Call
Settings > Fixed Dial
Number, and then select
Off to turn off this feature.
• You have entered an
Contact your network
operator. If the network
operator provides the SIM
card's PUK code, use the
PUK code to unlock the SIM
card.
• The battery or battery
Contact the dealer.
Fixed Dial Number
feature.
incorrect PIN code three
consecutive times.
charger is damaged.
Battery will
not charge.
• The phone's temperature Adjust the battery charging
is below 0 °C or higher environment to avoid
extremes of temperature.
than 45°C.
• Poor contact between the Check all connectors to
battery and charger.
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make sure all connections
have been properly made.
Problem
Unable to
enter
information
into the
Phone Book.
Unable to
select certain
features.
Possible cause
• The Phone Book's
memory is already full.
Solution
Delete unnecessary data
from the Phone Book.
• Your network operator Contact your network
does not support these operator.
features, or you have not
applied for services that
provide these features.
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