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Mobile Phone
User Manual
Copyright
© 2006. BenQ Mobile GmbH & Co. OHG. All rights reserved. No part of
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BenQ Mobile GmbH & Co. OHG.
Disclaimer
BenQ Mobile GmbH & Co. OHG makes no warranty or representation,
either expressed or implied, with respect to the quality, accuracy or fitness
for any particular purpose of this document. The information in this
document is correct at the time of printing and subject to change without
notice.
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: 0.668 W/Kg; DCS1800: 0.154 W/Kg.
USA: PCS1900:0.366 W/Kg (head); 0.301 W/Kg (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
Safety Information
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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 GCF regulations.
Phone Operation
• Normal Position: Hold the phone as you would with any other
telephone.
• To avoid potential RF interference, please do not wear the phone
around your neck or in front your chest for long hours.
Batteries
• For safety concerns, when the temperature of the phone goes over
45°C (113F) or below 0°C (32F), charging will halt.
• Do not expose batteries to temperatures below -10°C (14F) or above
45°C (113F). Always take your phone with you when you leave your
vehicle.
• Use only genuine battery to ensure the phone’s normal operation.
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Safety Information
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.
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:
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• 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.
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.
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Safety Information
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.
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.
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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.
Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.
For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the FCC
RF exposure guidelines for use with an accessory that contains no metal
and that positions the handset a minimum of 1.5 cm from the body. Use
of other enhancements may not ensure compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidelines. If you do not use a body-worn accessory and are not
holding the phone at the ear, position the handset a minimum of 1.5 cm
from your body when the phone is switched on.
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
EN 50360/ EN 50361
ETSI EN 301 489-1/-7
EN 60950
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Safety Information
Disposal of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment
(Applicable in the European Union and other European
countries with recycling systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates
that this product shall not be treated as household waste.
Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable take-back
scheme for the recycling of electrical and electronic
equipment. By ensuring this product is disposed on
correctly, you will help prevent potential negative
consequences for the environment and human health,
which could otherwise be caused by inappropriate waste
handling of this product. The recycling of material will help
to conserve natural resources. For more detailed
information about recycling of this product, please contact
your local BenQ Mobile office.
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Table of Contents
Safety Information ...........................................................i
1. Preparing your phone for use ....................................... 1
Inserting a SIM card ............................................................. 1
Installing a battery ................................................................ 2
Installing the back cover....................................................... 2
Charging the phone .............................................................. 3
Turning the phone on........................................................... 3
The miniSD card ................................................................... 4
2. Getting to know your phone ......................................... 6
Your phone at a glance ......................................................... 6
Idle screen ............................................................................. 8
Using the keys in idle mode................................................ 10
Menu navigation ................................................................. 12
3. Using your phone......................................................... 13
Call functions ...................................................................... 13
Making a phone call................................................................ 13
Ending a phone call................................................................. 13
Answering a phone call........................................................... 13
Rejecting an incoming call ..................................................... 13
Adjusting the volume ............................................................. 13
Making an international call.................................................. 14
Making an emergency call...................................................... 14
Dialing an extension number ................................................ 14
Speed dialing ........................................................................... 14
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Listening to voicemails........................................................... 15
Operations during a call......................................................... 15
Phone Book ......................................................................... 19
Adding contacts to the Phone Book ...................................... 19
Finding contacts in the Phone Book...................................... 21
Last missed, dialed, and received calls............................... 22
Using the silent profile ....................................................... 23
Camera................................................................................. 24
Taking photos ......................................................................... 24
Adjusting camera mode settings............................................ 25
Icons in camera mode............................................................. 26
Managing your photos ........................................................... 28
Shortcuts.............................................................................. 30
Setting shortcuts ..................................................................... 30
Using shortcuts ....................................................................... 31
Messages .............................................................................. 31
SMS .......................................................................................... 31
MMS ........................................................................................ 34
Voicemail ................................................................................ 39
Cell Broadcast ......................................................................... 39
Memory Status........................................................................ 40
Input methods..................................................................... 40
Changing the input method................................................... 40
Shifting between upper and lower case letters...................... 40
Multitap text input ................................................................. 41
T9 text input............................................................................ 42
Numeric input......................................................................... 43
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Entering symbols .................................................................... 43
4. Menus ........................................................................... 44
Phone Book ......................................................................... 44
Find.......................................................................................... 44
Add........................................................................................... 44
Edit........................................................................................... 44
Copy......................................................................................... 44
Delete....................................................................................... 45
Caller Group ........................................................................... 45
Privacy Manager ..................................................................... 45
Business Card.......................................................................... 45
My Number ............................................................................. 45
Memory Status........................................................................ 46
Messages .............................................................................. 46
Call Records......................................................................... 46
Missed...................................................................................... 46
Received................................................................................... 46
Dialed ...................................................................................... 46
Cleanup All.............................................................................. 46
Duration.................................................................................. 47
Cost.......................................................................................... 47
Games .................................................................................. 48
All Games ................................................................................ 48
Entertainment ..................................................................... 48
Camera .................................................................................... 48
MP3 Player .............................................................................. 49
Uploading music to your phone ............................................ 52
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Media Center ....................................................................... 52
Images...................................................................................... 52
Music ....................................................................................... 53
Other........................................................................................ 54
Format miniSD ....................................................................... 54
Memory Status........................................................................ 55
Tools .................................................................................... 55
Alarm ....................................................................................... 55
World Clocks .......................................................................... 56
Calendar .................................................................................. 56
To Do List................................................................................ 57
Note ......................................................................................... 57
Shortcuts ................................................................................. 57
Calculator................................................................................ 57
Currency Converter................................................................ 58
Stopwatch................................................................................ 58
Countdown Timer .................................................................. 59
USB Connection ..................................................................... 59
Services ................................................................................ 61
ClubBenQ Online ................................................................... 61
WAP Service............................................................................ 61
NAP Settings ........................................................................... 63
Service Number....................................................................... 63
STK Menu................................................................................ 63
Settings ................................................................................ 64
Date & Time ............................................................................ 64
Auto Power On/Off ................................................................ 64
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Profiles..................................................................................... 65
Display..................................................................................... 66
Audio ....................................................................................... 67
Key Assignment ...................................................................... 68
Call Settings ............................................................................ 68
Network................................................................................... 72
Security.................................................................................... 74
Power Saving Mode ................................................................ 75
Language ................................................................................. 75
Input ........................................................................................ 75
Flight Mode ............................................................................. 75
Restore..................................................................................... 76
5. Care and Maintenance................................................. 77
6. Troubleshooting .......................................................... 78
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Preparing your phone for use
Inserting a SIM card
Slide the entire SIM card into the slot at a 10 degree angle 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 down right as illustrated.
•
A SIM card can be easily damaged if its metal contacts become
scratched. Therefore, take special care when holding or inserting
it.
•
Do not intend to pull out the SIM card before removing the battery.
Otherwise the SIM card may be damaged.
Preparing your phone for use
1
Installing a 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 fully into the charger socket at the bottom
of your phone. Ensure that the connector is plugged in the right
direction appropriately.
2. Plug the charger into a power outlet.
Do not remove the battery while the phone is charging.
3. Once the phone is fully charged, remove the charger from both the
power outlet and the phone.
Please note:
•
It takes approximately 4 hours to fully charge a battery.
•
When the battery is weak, the phone will play an alert sound.
•
When the battery is discharged, the charging may not start immediately
when you plug in the connector. Wait 10 to 15 minutes for the phone to
begin charging.
Turning the phone on
1. Long-press
to turn the phone on. The phone will display the
welcome animation.
To set a welcome message, go to: Settings > Display > Welcome
Message. For details, please refer to page 66.
In this user manual, "long-press" means to press and hold down a key
for about two seconds. "Press" means to press a key and release
immediately.
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2. Enter your PIN code and press
to confirm.
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) is the password provided by
your network operator. You need this password in order to use the
SIM card.
If you enter the PIN incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM card will
be locked. You must now 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 activate/disable PIN password authentication, go to Settings >
Security > PIN Code > PIN 1 Code > Set Status. See page 74.
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.
4. The idle 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 is not able to detect the designated network, or links to a
network that you are not authorized to use, the signal strength meter
will show no bars. You will only be able to make emergency calls.
The miniSD card
Your phone features a miniSD slot designed specifically for use with the
miniSD card, a removable flash memory card intended to add greater
storage capacity to your phone.
The miniSD card enables you to store multimedia data, including images,
photos, MP3 audio files, and ring tones.
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Preparing your phone for use
Installing the miniSD card
1. Lift the cover.
2. Insert the miniSD card into the slot. Ensure that the card's metal
contacts face downwards.
3. Close the cover.
Please note:
•
•
will appear in the status bar when the miniSD card is loaded.
Your phone does not support a miniSD card which is on FAT32 or NTFS
format.
Removing the miniSD card
1. Lift the cover.
2. Press the miniSD card to release it.
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Getting to know your phone
Your phone at a glance
Front view
Earpiece
Display
OK key
Left soft key
Dial/Answer key
Navigation keys
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Getting to know your phone
Right soft key
Power on/off key
Alphanumeric keys
Rear view
Hands-free headset/
Data cable jack
Camera
Microphone
Strap hole
Charger socket
Top view (MP3 controller)
Volume keys
Previous/
Fast-rewind
Next/Fastforward
Play/Pause
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Idle screen
Status bar
Name of network
operator
Press
to enter
the indicated function.
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Press
to enter
the main menu.
Press
to enter
the indicated function.
•
To set the wallpaper of the display, go to Settings > Display >
Wallpaper. Alternatively, you can go to Media Center > Images.
See page 52 and page 66.
•
To set the theme of the display, go to Settings > Display >
Theme. See page 66.
•
To set the current time and date, as well as the format to be
shown, go to Settings > Date & Time. See page 64.
•
To enter text (such as the user name) to be displayed on the idle
screen, go to Settings > Display > Personal Banner.
Getting to know your phone
Icons in the status bar
Icon
Function
Signal strength
Battery status
The current level of battery power. The more
bars indicated, the more power remains.
GPRS in use
GPRS has been activated.
Message
You have new or unread SMS messages.
MMS message
You have new or unread MMS messages.
WAP message
You have new or unread WAP messages.
Voicemail
Alarm
Keypad lock
/
Description
Signal strength of the network. The more
bars indicated, the stronger the signal.
Line1 or Line 2
in use
You have new voicemail messages (this icon
will only appear if the function is supported
by your network operator).
The alarm is turned on.
The keypad is locked.
Shows the line now in use.
Normal
The profile is Normal.
Meeting
The profile is Meeting.
Silent
Outdoors
The profile is Silent.
The profile is Outdoors.
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Icon
Function
Personal
Flight mode
Headset
Divert
/
Roaming
miniSD Card
Description
The profile is Personal.
The profile is Flight mode.
A headset is connected to the phone.
The call divert is activated.
Roaming is activated (not your regular
network).
MiniSD card is loaded.
Using the keys in idle mode
Key
Commands and functions
Power on/off key
•
Long-press to turn the phone on or off.
•
Press to end a call, reject an incoming call, or to cancel
a dialing.
Send/Answer key
•
Press to send or answer a call.
•
Press to access the call record list.
Left soft key
Press to perform the function indicated on the display.
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Key
Commands and functions
Right soft key
•
Press to perform the function indicated on the display.
•
Long-press to turn the silent profile on or off.
OK key
Press to enter the main menu of to confirm.
Navigation keys
Press the navigation keys to perform the functions
indicated. To assign the key function, go to Settings >
Key Assignment. See page 68.
Asterisk key
•
Press 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 key
Long-press to dial your voicemail number.
# key
•
Press to enter "#".
•
For extensions: After entering a phone number, longpress to enter a "P" and then enter the extension
number.
•
Long-press to activate the keypad lock.
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Key
Commands and functions
Alphanumeric keys
~
•
Press to enter digits.
•
Shortcut key: Long-press a key to immediately access
the function, or dial the number, that it represents. See
page 30, "Shortcuts".
Press to adjust volume.
Press to play or pause the MP3 playback. See page 50,
"Playing MP3 files using the MP3 controller".
Press to rewind/forward or skipping to the previous/next
track in MP3 player. See page 50, "Playing MP3 files
using the MP3 controller".
Menu navigation
1. In idle mode, press
2. Use
to bring up the main menu.
to move up, down, right or left through the menu, for
example, scroll to Settings, and press
3. Use
to enter its menu.
to scroll to a submenu, for example Profiles, and press
to enter the submenu item.
You can also access a menu item by pressing the corresponding
menu number. In the above example, press
Profiles.
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to access
Using your phone
Call functions
Making a phone call
In idle mode, enter the phone number. Press
to dial your call.
Ending a phone call
To end a call, press
. The display will show the total call time, and
then return to idle mode.
Answering a phone call
To answer a call, press
.
If you wish to press any key to answer a call, go to Settings > Call
Settings > Answer Mode > Any Key.
Rejecting an incoming call
To reject an incoming call, press
.
Adjusting the volume
During a call, if you want to adjust the speech volume, you can press the
volume buttons on the top side of the phone.
Please note:
•
When there is an incoming call, you can mute the ring tone by longpressing the volume button on the top side of the phone.
•
Adjusting speech volume only works during a call.
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Making an international call
1. Enter the outgoing international call code, or long-press
"+" appears on the display.
until
2. Enter the recipient's country code, area code and phone number. Dial
the call by pressing
.
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, as 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
until "P" appears
on the display. 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 30, "Shortcuts".
After you have assigned a number key to serve as the shortcut key for a
particular phone number, long-press this key when the phone is in the
idle mode to dial the corresponding phone number.
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Listening to voicemails
Long-press
voicemails.
to dial the voicemail phone number and listen to your
Please note:
•
If the network vendor supports it, the voicemail icon will appear on the
display when you have new voicemails.
•
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.
Operations during a call
The following options marked with an asterisk (*) are dependent on
network support and may require a subscription.
Loudspeaker
Press
(Loudsp.) to turn on the loudspeaker. To turn off the
loudspeaker, press
(Handset).
Putting a call on hold*
• When only one call is active:
a. Press
b. Press
(Hold) to hold this call.
to end this call.
• When the only call is on hold:
a. Press
(Unhold) to resume the call.
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b. Press
to end this call.
• 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
to show a list of calls that you can end.
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.
Call waiting*
If there is an incoming call while you are on the phone, the phone will
notify you with a call waiting tone. If you want to
• 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 list will appear allowing you to select a call
to end and then answer the waiting call.
• Reject the waiting call: Press
or
(End). Pressing
(End) will immediately reject the waiting call; pressing
will bring up a list allowing you to select a call to end.
Call menu
If you press
during a call, it will bring up a call menu which
provides a number of functions during a call.
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Items marked with an asterisk (*) depend on network support
and may require a subscription.
Use Loudspeaker/Use Handset
Switch between the loudspeaker and handset function.
Phone Book
Allows you to search for a number in the Phone Book.
Call Records
Allows you to view missed, received, and dialed calls.
Conference*
Conference calls allow you to converse with more than one party
at a time.
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.
Transfer
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.
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Send DTMF
When the phone is connected with other devices or services, you
can send DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-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 number and then press
to send the DTMF string.
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 by the number or the contact.
Anonymous
Ends an anonymous call.
Hold/Unhold/Swap
Toggles the call status.
Mute/Unmute
Activates/cancels the silent mode.
SMS
Allows you to read or write an SMS message during a call. For
details, see page 31, "SMS".
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Calculator
Allows you to use the calculator. For details, see page 57,
"Calculator".
Phone Book
Adding contacts to the Phone Book
The capacity of a phone book on your SIM card depends on the type
of SIM card provided by your network operator.
1. In idle mode, enter the phone number that you want to save, then press
(Save).
2. Select the memory where the contact is to be stored. Select from either
Add to SIM or Add to Phone.
3. Scroll to the data field that you want to edit, and then press
enter data.
4. Press
5. Press
to
to return to the phone book data field after filling the entry.
(Option) to
• Save: Save the entries you have entered.
• Change Type: Change the category of the phone number (for
example, from Mobile Number to Home number). This option
can only be used in the phone number data field.
• Add New Field: Adds additional data fields for a contact.
• Delete Field: Removes the selected data field.
6. Once you have completed editing, press
Save to save contact's details.
(Option) and select
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Phone book entries on SIM card memory
Name
The contact's name.
Number
The contact's phone number.
Used to select a caller group for the contact.
Caller Group
To define each caller group, go to Phone
Book > Caller Group. See page 45.
Phone book entries on phone memory
Name
The contact's name.
Mobile Number
The contact's mobile phone number.
Home Number
The contact's home phone number.
Email
The contact's email address.
Used to select a caller group for the contact.
Caller Group
To define each caller group, go to Phone
Book > Caller Group. See page 45.
Additional phone book entries on phone memory
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Mobile Number
The contact's mobile phone number.
Home Number
The contact's home phone number.
Office Number
The contact's office phone number.
Other Number
Other phone number for the contact.
Home Address
The contact's home address.
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Office Address
The contact's office address.
Company
The contact's company name.
Department
The contact's department name.
Position
The contact's position.
Note
Used to edit notes for the contact.
Special Day
Used to enter a special day of the contact.
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.
Ring ID
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
display when there is an incoming call from
the contact.
Image ID
The image set in this field will replace
the image associated with the
contact's caller group, if any.
Finding contacts in the Phone Book
In idle mode, press
Phone Book.
(Names) to display contacts stored in the
• Press the alphanumeric key that corresponds to the first letter of the
name you wish to locate the appropriate number of times.
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• If necessary, scroll to the entry 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.
will appear on the top of the screen if the contact is stored on
your SIM card;
will appear if the contact is stored in your phone
memory.
When you have found the entry you want, you can
• Press
to view the contact's details.
• Press
to dial the number. If the entry has more than one phone
number, then you will be prompted to select a number.
• Press
(Option) to Add, Edit, Copy to SIM/Copy to Phone,
Call, Send vCard, or Delete a contact.
Last missed, dialed, and received calls
There are two ways you can view the last missed, dialed, and received calls
on your phone.
• 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
view the missed call number.
• In idle mode, press
to view the list of the most recent missed,
dialed, and received calls.
The icon
dialed calls;
will show beside missed calls;
will show beside received calls.
Scroll to the number you want and then
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will show beside
to
„
Press
„
Press
to call back.
(Option) and select your desired function.
Using the silent profile
In idle mode, 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.
1. When you long-press
to activate the silent profile, the phone
will vibrate for one second. The icon
2. To turn off the silent profile, long-press
will appear in the status bar.
.
To select or define a profile, go to Settings > Profiles. See page 65,
"Profiles".
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Camera
Your phone features a digital camera that allows you to take a photo, and
then set it as an image ID or wallpaper. You can also send a photo in an
MMS.
Taking photos
1. Go to Entertainment > Camera to activate camera mode. The
viewfinder is then displayed.
Shooting mode
Scene
Shot tone is off
Image size
Number of
remaining
photos to take
Exposure value
Memory in use
Zoom level
2. Press
(Option) to bring up the settings menu. For functions of
various settings, see page 25, "Adjusting camera mode settings".
The icons on the screen will be changed according to the settings you
made. For description on each icon, see page 26, "Icons in camera
mode".
3. When viewfinder appears, press the left or the right navigation key to
adjust the exposure value. When the image size is set as 320 x 240 or 128
x 160, press the up or down navigation keys to zoom in or out.
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4. Press
to take a photo. The photo will be saved to the phone
memory or to the miniSD automatically according to the setting you
made. For the options of adjusting settings, see page 25, "Adjusting
camera mode settings". For the options of previewing photos, see page
28, "Managing your photos".
To delete the newly saved photo, press
(Delete). To return to
the viewfinder without deleting the one just taken and saved, press
.
Adjusting camera mode settings
1. Press
(Option) to bring up the settings menu.
2. Press the up or down navigation key to scroll to the desired option and
then press
setting, press
to save the setting. If you do not want to adjust the
(Back) to return to the viewfinder.
Function of each option:
Name
View Photos
Set Self-Timer
Hide/Show
Icons
Settings
Functions
Goes to the photos album
photo is taken a few seconds later. Choose between 5
or 10 seconds, or turn the option off.
Allows you to hide or show the icons displayed in ca
Allows you to change the camera mode settings.
3. To view camera mode settings, select Settings. When the setup is done,
press
(Save) to save the settings.
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Options of camera mode settings are
Icon
Name
Image Size
Functions
Allows you to set the desired image size.
Scene
Enables you to load preset settings that best
suit the environment you are in.
Effect
Enables you to apply a tone or color to your
photo to create an artistic effect.
Shooting Mode
Allows you to select between single shot and
multishots. The options appear differently
with different image size you choose.
Quality
Sets the image quality (compression ratio).
Contrast
Allows you to adjust the contrast level from
+2 to -2.
Time Stamp
Add a time stamp to your photo.
Sound
Allows you to set the shot tone on or off.
Save to
Allows you to change the default memory to
phone memory or miniSD.
Icons in camera mode
The icons on the screen will be changed according to the settings you
made. To hide or show the icons, press
Icons/Show Icons.
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(Option) and select Hide
Image size
Icon
Mode
640 x 480
320 x 240
128 x 160 (Wallpaper)
When the image size is 640 x 480, the shooting mode of 9
MultiShot will not be available.
Scene
Icon
Mode
Auto
People
Landscape
Sunny
Sunset
Night
Snow
Text
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Self-Timer
Icon
Function
5 Seconds
10 Seconds
Shooting Mode
Icon
Function
Single
4 MultiShot
9 MultiShot
Save to
Icon
Function
miniSD
Phone Memory
Managing your photos
1. Press
(Option) to bring up the settings menu.
2. Go to View Photos. You will find a list or thumbnails of the photos
taken depending on your setting.
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3. Select
(Option) to view the setting menu. Scroll up or down
to the following options.
Name
Options
Send
Allows you to send the photo by MMS.
Delete
Deletes the photo.
Allows you to set the photo as Wallpaper or Image ID
for a new/existing contact.
Set
Move
Allows you to move the photo to a folder or the
miniSD card.
Copy
Allows you to copy the photo to a folder or the miniSD
card.
Slideshow
Browsing Mode
New Folder
Protect
Allows you to view photos you have taken in a
slideshow.
Allows you to view the photos in a list or in
thumbnails.
Allows you to create new folders to store photos.
Protects the photo from deletion.
Unprotect
(Available when a photo is protected) Frees the
protected photo.
Rename
Allows you to rename the photo.
Delete All
Deletes all the photos in the selected folder.
Details
Shows you the details of this photo such as name,
resolution, and size
4. Press
to select to the desired option.
5. Press
to save the setting.
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6. Press
(Back) to return to the viewfinder.
Shortcuts
Allows you to assign 8 alphanumeric keys as shortcuts to commonly used
functions or frequently dialed numbers.
is assigned to voicemail dialing and you are not allowed to
change it.
In idle mode, press
to enter Shortcuts.
Setting shortcuts
Shortcuts allows you to set up quick access functions or phone numbers.
1. Scroll 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.
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.
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Using shortcuts
There are two ways to use shortcuts:
• In idle mode, long-press an alphanumeric key to access its assigned
shortcut.
• In idle mode, press
to enter Shortcuts. You can then:
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.
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 text
messages, while MMS enables you to send photos, colored images and
music through your phone. You must have a subscription that supports
MMS. Please contact your network operator for details.
SMS
Receiving a new message
1. When you receive a new message, the message icon
and a text
message showing the number of messages received appear on the
display.
2. To read the message, press
. To manage the message, press
(Option). For details about managing received messages,
see page 32, "Managing Inbox".
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Creating a new message
1. To bring up the message editing screen, press
in idle mode, or
go to SMS > New. Use the alphanumeric keys to enter text.
For information on the input method, see page 40, "Input
methods".
2. To insert texts, images, melodies, vCard, or vCalendar into the
message, press
(Option) and select Insert.
You can also define your own text. See page 34, "Defining quick
message templates".
3. To align texts, press
(Option) and select Alignment.
4. When you finish editing the message, press
to Send Message,
Save to Drafts, Save to Private Folder, or Discard the message.
Managing Inbox
Your phone saves incoming messages in the Inbox. To manage Inbox
messages, go to SMS > Inbox. A list of messages received appears. To
view a message, scroll to it and press
and select your desired function.
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. Press
(Option)
Read messages saved on the phone or on the SIM will be
marked by
or
. Unread messages saved on the phone or
on the SIM will be marked by
or
.
To decide where new messages will be saved to, go to Message
> SMS > Settings > Save Msg. To.
Managing Outbox
Outbox preserves a backup copy of messages that you failed to send.
To manage Outbox messages, go to SMS > Outbox. To view a
message, scroll to it and press
select your desired function.
. Press
(Option) and
Managing Sent Items
Sent folder preserves messages that were successfully delivered. To
manage Sent messages, go to SMS > Sent. To view a message, scroll to
it and press
function.
. Press
(Option) and select your desired
Managing Drafts
Drafts folder contains messages that you chose to save. To manage
drafts, go to SMS > Drafts. To edit a message, scroll to it and press
.
Managing Private Folder
Go to SMS > Private Folder. The phone code is required to enter
Private Folder.
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Defining quick message templates
Templates folder contains a list of preset texts. To create your own
text, go to SMS > Templates, then press
Add to edit. To save it press
(Option) and select
.
Cleaning up messages
To clean up messages, go to SMS > Cleanup. You can choose to delete
message by category.
Settings
Your phone is already set up to send or receive messages. Contact
your network operator for details.
MMS
In order to use MMS, you have to subscribe to both GPRS and MMS
services provided by your operator. Contact your operator for details on
MMS settings.
Downloading new messages
If you set MMS > Settings > Deferred Download on, the operator
will send you a new message notification and will not download the
message. Press
if you wish to download the message.
Reading a message
Having successfully downloaded the MMS message, the display will
automatically switch to Inbox, press
message page by page. Press
Press
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to start playing the MMS
(Stop) again to stop playing.
(Option) and select your desired function.
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Creating a new message
1. To write and send a new MMS message, go to MMS > New. To edit
the message content, scroll to the Content: and then press
Press
.
(Option) to execute the following tasks:
• Insert: Allows you to insert photos, images, melodies, text, vCard,
vCalendar, or new pages.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Preview: Plays all the pages in the message in sequence.
Remove Image: Removes the image or photo inserted in the page.
Remove Melody: Removes the ring tone inserted in the page.
Remove Page: Removes the current page.
Previous/Next Page: Go to previous or next page.
Page Duration: Sets the length of time that each page is displayed
when playing the message.
• Spell: Opens the spell check box to allow you to create your own
word into the dictionary.
•
•
•
•
Symbols: Opens the symbol table.
Input Methods: To switch to another input method.
Cases: To switch to lower or upper cases, or to use Caps Lock.
T9 Settings: Enable Choice List to show the list of candidate words
(if they were once entered) when you enter letters. Enable Auto
Completion to complete the predicted word (if it was entered
before), and use the scroll key to display alternative words.
2. After you finish creating the MMS message, press
to the main list.
to return
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• To: Enter the recipient's phone number or select a contact from
your phone book by pressing
(Browse). To send your
message, this field can not be left blank.
•
•
•
•
Subject: Allows you to enter text for the subject.
Content: Contains the message that you created.
Cc: Allows you to send the message as a carbon copy to others.
Bcc: Allows you to send the message as a confidential carbon copy
to others.
• Priority: Allows you to set the priority for this message.
• Receipt: Allows you to set if a confirmation is to be sent back to
you when the message has been delivered, read, or both.
3. Press
message.
(Option) and select Send Message to send the
Managing Inbox
Your phone saves incoming messages in the Inbox. To manage Inbox
messages, go to MMS > Inbox. A list of received messages appears. To
view a message, scroll to it and press
and select your desired function.
. Press
(Option)
Managing Outbox
Outbox preserves a backup copy of messages that you failed to send.
To manage Outbox messages, go to MMS > Outbox. To view a
message, scroll to it and press
select your desired function.
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. Press
(Option) and
Managing Sent Items
Sent folder preserves messages that were successfully delivered. To
manage Sent messages, go to MMS > Sent. To view a message, scroll
to it and press
function.
. Press
(Option) and select your desired
Managing Drafts
Drafts folder contains messages that you chose to save. To manage
drafts, go to MMS > Drafts. To edit a message, scroll to it and press
.
Managing Private Folder
Go to MMS > Private Folder. The phone code is required to enter
Private Folder.
Templates
To use the preset MMS templates, go to MMS > Templates.
Cleaning up messages
To clean up messages, go to MMS > Cleanup. You can choose to
delete message by category.
Settings
To set up advanced settings for MMS, go to MMS > Settings.
Filter
Your phone will reject all MMS messages from the senders listed
here.
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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
When set to On, the phone will only download the sender's
details. You can then decide whether you want to download the
whole message.
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.
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Voicemail
Get Voicemail
Dials the voicemail number provided by your network operator to
access your voicemail box.
In idle mode, long-press
to access your voicemail box.
Set Number
Allows you to save your voicemail phone number.
Cell Broadcast
Cell broadcast messages are 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.
Receive
To activate the cell broadcast feature, set this option to On.
Topics
The topics listed in the Topics list represent the broadcast
information that you have selected to receive from your network
operator.
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Language
You can limit the cell broadcast information that you receive
from your network operator to a specific language.
Memory Status
Shows the amount of used and available memories for storing messages.
Input methods
When an editing screen is displayed, the current text input method is
indicated in the upper right corner of the screen. The phone has the
following input methods.
Multitap text input
Numeric input
T9 text input
Changing the input method
When an editing screen is displayed, repeatedly press
desired input method appears.
until your
Shifting between upper and lower case letters
When an editing screen is displayed, long-press
lower and upper case letters.
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to shift between
Multitap text input
Entering text using multitap text input
• 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
press
to enter a space before beginning a new word. Long
to feed a new line.
• While entering text, use the scroll key to move the cursor. Press
(Clear) once to delete a character; long-press
to delete all entered text.
(Clear)
Options when using multitap text input
When entering text using multitap text input, you can access the following
options by pressing
(Option).
• Insert: Allows you to insert texts, images, melodies, vCards, or
vCalendars.
• Alignment: Allows you align text.
• Symbols: Opens the symbol table.
• Input Methods: To switch to another input method.
• Cases: To switch to lower or upper cases, or to use Caps Lock.
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T9 text input
Entering text using T9 text input
• 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 highlighted word is not the word you want, scroll to
highlight the desired word.
• If you do not find the word you want in the list of candidate words, that
means the word you intend to enter is not a valid word in the
dictionary. Press
(Spell) to open the spell check box, which
allows you to create your own word into the dictionary. The next time
you enter the word, it appears as one of the candidate word.
• Once the correct word is highlighted or is entered, press
to enter
the word.
• Short press
press
to enter a space before beginning a new word. Long
to feed a new line.
• While entering text, use scroll key to move the cursor. Press
(Clear) once to delete a character; long-press
all entered text.
(Clear) to delete
Options when using T9 text input
When entering text using T9 text input, you can access the following
options by pressing
(Option).
• Insert: Allows you to insert texts, images, melodies, vCards, or
vCalendars.
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• Alignment: Allows you align text.
• Spell: Opens the spell check box to allow you to create your own word
into the dictionary.
• Symbols: Opens the symbol table.
• Input Methods: To switch to another input method.
• Cases: To switch to lower or upper cases, or to use Caps Lock.
• T9 Settings: Enable Choice List to show the list of candidate words (if
they were once entered) when you enter letters. Enable Auto
Completion to complete the predicted word (if it was entered before),
and use the scroll key to display alternative words.
Numeric input
The numeric input method allows you to use the alphanumeric keys
to
to enter numbers.
Entering symbols
To open the symbol table, press
. Press
again to open the
next page. Scroll to highlight the desired symbol. Press
symbol in the text.
to place the
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Menus
The phone features various functions and they are organized in the menus
and sub-menus. The main menu consists of nine categories. Each
category has related sub-menus.
For information about navigating menus, see page 12, "Menu navigation".
Phone Book
Find
Used to locate a contact in the Phone Book. Enter the first letter to view a
list of contacts beginning with the letter. Scroll to the contact you want to
find. See page 21, "Finding contacts in the Phone Book" for details about
what to do after locating a contact.
Add
Used to add a new contact to the Phone Book. See page 19, "Adding
contacts to the Phone Book" for details.
Edit
Used to edit a selected contact.
Copy
Used to copy contacts stored in the phone to SIM card, or copy contacts
stored in the SIM card to phone. You can also select to copy individual
contact.
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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. Press
(Option) to select the ring or
image that a particular caller group belongs, or to rename the caller
group.
Privacy Manager
This option allows you create a list of calls that you wish to accept (Accept
List) or a list of calls that you wish to reject (Reject List). Set this function
to Off if necessary.
1. Scroll to highlight Accept List or Reject List, press
2. If the list is empty, press
contacts to the list.
(View).
(Option) and select Add to add
Business Card
You can use this option to enter your own business card information.
1. Scroll to the data field you wish to edit, and then press
text. Press
editing.
to enter
to return to the previous screen when you finish
2. Press
(Option) and select Save to save all the entered data, or
select Send vCard to send this business card in a short message.
My Number
This option allows you to store your phone number and name.
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Memory Status
Shows you the number of entries that have been stored and the maximum
entries that can be stored, on the SIM and on the phone.
Messages
For the description of features available in the messages menu, see page
31, "Messages".
Call Records
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.
See page 22, "Last missed, dialed, and received calls" for details.
Received
Shows your most recent received calls.
See page 22, "Last missed, dialed, and received calls" for details.
Dialed
Shows your most recent dialed calls.
See page 22, "Last missed, dialed, and received calls" for details.
Cleanup All
Deletes all of the call records.
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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
Resets all call time records.
Cost
The cost calculation requires the support of the network operator. In
addition, the estimated value shown is for your reference only. The
real cost of calling may vary depending on the service provider the call
is made through.
Last
Shows the cost of your last call.
All
Shows the total cost of all calls.
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Reset
Resets all call cost records.
Requires entry of the PIN2 code.
Limit
Shows the current limit set for total call costs.
Settings
Allows you to set the unit price and a currency for calculating call
costs.
Requires entry of the PIN2 code.
Games
Your phone features a number of entertaining applications and games.
You can play the games that embedded in the phone.
All Games
Embedded games are stored in this menu.
To find out how to play these games, please read their on-screen
instructions.
Entertainment
Camera
For information on using the camera, see page 24, "Camera".
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MP3 Player
Your phone features an MP3 player which allows you to play your favorite
music on the go. To access the MP3 player, go to Entertainment > MP3
Player, or long-press the play/pause button on the top of the phone.
You can use the navigation keys or the MP3 controller on the top side of
the phone to play music.
The MP3 Player can only play audio files saved in the following
formats: MP3 (MPEG1-LAYER3/MPEG2-LAYER3/OMA DRM v.1.0),
AAC/AAC+ (ADTS Format (LC & HE-AAC Profile)/OMA DRM v.1.0),
and BP3.
Playing music using the navigation keys
Press the navigation keys to perform the functions indicated on the
screen.
Below is the MP3 player screen when a music file is being played.
Repeat On/Off
Elapsed time during
playback
Volume
View the now
playing list
Rewind/
Previous/
Replay
Stop
Play/Pause
Forward/Next
Back
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Playing MP3 files using the MP3 controller
For the buttons of the MP3 controller, refer to page 7, "Top view (MP3
controller)".
Button
Volume
Rewind/
Previous/
Replay
Forward/Next
Play/Pause
Description
Press volume buttons to adjust the playback volume.
•
•
During playback, long-press to rewind.
•
If elapsed time exceeds 2 seconds, press to replay
the current track.
•
•
During playback, long-press to forward.
•
•
•
Long-press to open the MP3 player.
•
During playback, long-press to exit the MP3 player
whilst the playback continues in the background.
During playback, if elapsed time is less than or equal
to 2 seconds, press to play the previous track.
Press to go to the next track.
Press to play the current track.
Press to pause the playback; press again to resume
the playback.
Tracks will be played in the sequence which they are saved in the now
playing list. To play tracks at random order, press
to go to
Settings > Use Shuffle.
Building a playlist
1. On the MP3 player screen, press
build your playlist.
(Option) to select Add.
2. Press
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(
)and select Playlists to
3. Name the playlist in Add Playlist screen, and press
to save.
4. When asked to add tracks to the new playlist, press
(Yes).
5. Scroll to the track you want to add, then press
to select the track.
Repeat the step to include multiple tracks in the playlist.
6. Press
(Done) and then
to save the setting.
Select All to select or deselect all tracks.
MP3 player settings
Press
to access available settings for the MP3 player.
Viewing all tracks
To view all tracks stored on the miniSD card, press
Track. You can press
and select
to start the playback.
Editing the playlist
Select Playlists and then press
and music files.
(Option) to manage your playlists
Minimizing the MP3 player
During playback, select Minimize Player to close the MP3 player whilst
the playback continues in the background.
Repeat
Go to Settings > Set Repeat to play one or all tracks repeatedly.
Play tracks randomly
Go to Settings > Use Shuffle to play tracks in a random order.
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Showing lyrics
Go to Settings > Show Lyrics to have the lyrics displayed.
The supported lyrics format is ID3v2.3.
Setting the EQ (Equalizer) mode
Go to Settings > Set EQ to choose your preferred EQ mode that will
influence the sound during playback.
Setting the display mode
Go to Settings > Display Mode and set the display mode of the MP3
player.
Uploading music to your phone
Uploading music to your phone is simple by using the supplied data cable
and a miniSD card. Refer to page 59, "Transferring data between the
phone and a computer" for details.
Media Center
Digital Rights Management
This phone features the Digital Rights Management (DRM)
technology. DRM allows for copyright-protected audio/visual content
transmissions for playback in computers, portable devices and
network devices, while protecting them from unauthorized use.
Note that the phone supports OMA DRM v1.0 only.
Images
Images stores photos you have taken or images saved in the phone or in
the miniSD card.
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1. Select the desired location and scroll to the desired image.
2. Press
to display the selected image. Scroll up or down to display
the next or previous image.
3. Press
(Option) to perform the following tasks with the image:
„
Send: Allows you to send this image in an MMS.
„
Delete: Deletes the image.
„
Set: Allows you to set the photo as the wallpaper or an image caller
ID.
„
Move: Allows you to move the image from phone to miniSD, or
from miniSD to phone.
„
Copy: Allows you to copy the image from phone to miniSD, or
from miniSD to phone.
„
Slideshow: Allows you to view all the images in a slideshow
format.
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Rename: Allows you to rename the image.
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Protect: Allows you to protect the image from deletion.
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Unprotect: Frees the protected image.
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Details: Shows details of the image.
Music
Music stores ring tones and MP3 music.
MP3
MP3 stores your MP3 music files. Select an MP3 file and press
(Option) to perform the following:
„
Delete: Deletes the selected MP3 file.
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Set: Allows you to set the MP3 for incoming calls or as a ring ID for
a specified contact or a caller group, or as alarm tone.
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Move: Allows you to move the file from phone to miniSD, or from
miniSD to phone.
„
Copy: Allows you to copy the file from phone to miniSD, or from
miniSD to phone.
„
New Folder: Allows you to create a new folder.
„
Protect: Allows you to protect the file from deletion.
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Rename: Allows you to rename the file.
„
Delete All: Deletes all files.
„
Details: Shows details of the file.
Default
Default stores ring tones. Select a ring tone in the location desired
and press
(Option) to perform the following:
„
Send: Allows you to send the ring tone through a short message.
„
Set: Allows you to set the ring tone for incoming calls or as a ring
ID for a specified contact or a caller group, or as alarm tone.
„
Details: Shows details of the ring tone.
Other
Other stores files downloaded through MMS or WAP whose formats are
not supported by the handset.
Format miniSD
This option will delete all the files stored in Media Center. Phone code is
required to execute this option.
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Memory Status
Shows the amount of used and available memories on the phone and on
the miniSD card.
Tools
Alarm
To set an alarm, follow the steps below:
1. Select an alarm.
2. Press
to turn the status on and display the options.
3. Scroll to an option and change the setting as needed.
Frequency
Allows you to select the days you want the alarm to sound.
Time
Allows you enter the time for the alarm to sound.
Time Duration
Allows you to set the length of the alarm.
Alarm Tone
Allows you to set the ring tone of the alarm.
4. To save all your current alarm settings, press
(Save).
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5. When setting is saved,
Press
will appear in the display's status bar.
(Snooze) to stop the alarm. The alarm will ring again
five minutes later. Press
to turn off the alarm. The alarm will
not ring until the next scheduled time.
World Clocks
This feature displays current local time and date for major cities around
the world.
To make use of the World Clocks feature you must set your phone's
time and date correctly. To do this, go to Settings > Date & Time.
To decide which cities’ time and date you want to display:
1. Press
(Edit) to bring up a list of cities.
2. Press
to mark the cities. To unselect a city, scroll to that city and
press
.
3. With desired cities selected, press
(Done).
Calendar
Calendar allows you keep track of upcoming events. You may set the
alarm to ring when it comes to the date.
Creating a new memo
1. When you open the Calendar, the phone will show the calendar for the
current date. Scroll to the date you want to write a memo on. You can
also press
(Option) and select the Go to Date.
2. When the desired date is highlighted, press
select Add to open the memo editor.
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(Option) and
3. Edit the data fields in the memo editor as needed. Press
to save the memo.
(Save)
4. To auto delete the memos, press
(Option) and select the
Delete After. Select the timeframe you want the deletion to be auto
executed.
To Do List
To do list allows you to keep track of a list of tasks.
Creating a new to do item
(Option) and select Add.
1. To add a new to do item, press
2. Write your memo. Press
to save the memo.
3. To edit a select to do item, press
(Option) and select Edit.
4. To auto delete the memos, press
Delete.
(Option) and select Auto
Note
Note allows you to write down quick notes. You can set a password
protection for the notes.
Shortcuts
For information on Shortcuts, see page 30, "Shortcuts".
Calculator
Allows you to use the phone as a calculator.
1. Enter numbers using alphanumeric keys.
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2. Use
to perform calculations. Press
to perform + (add);
press
to perform - (substract); press
to perform / (divide);
press
to perform x (multiply); press
to get the result (equal).
3. Press
(B.Space)to delete numbers and symbols entered. Press
or
,
to enter a decimal point. Press
(Back) to leave the calculator screen.
Currency Converter
Currency converter allows you to convert currencies and set the exchange
rate.
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).
2. To set the exchange rate, press
Setting.
(Option) and select Rate
3. Enter the amount of currency, the result will appear in the other
currency field.
Stopwatch
Stopwatch allows you to measure times for sports game.
1. Press
to start the stopwatch.
2. While the stopwatch is running, you can press
each elapsed time.
3. Press
to halt the stopwatch.
4. Scroll to view the list of elapsed times.
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(Split) to save
5. To reset the stopwatch, press
(Reset).
Countdown Timer
Countdown timer allows you to specify length of time to count down.
1. Enter the length of time you want to count down.
2. Press
and the timer starts counting down to zero.
3. Press
to halt the Countdown Timer.
4. To reset the Countdown Timer, press
(Reset).
USB Connection
Transferring data between the phone and a computer
1. With the miniSD Card inserted, turn the phone on.
2. Connect the phone to the computer using the phone's data cable. Plug
the cable's smaller end into the phone's data cable socket at the bottom
right, and the bigger end into the computer's USB port.
3. The phone will display a USB Connection menu. Select the desired task
from the following:
• Mass Storage
To transfer files between the computer and the miniSD Card and
phone memory, select this option. See details on page 60.
• Modem/PC Sync
To synchronize the phone with your computer to transfer Phone
Book data or Calendar memos, select this option.
Besides, the phone can work as a modem to let you connect your
computer to the Internet.
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Before activating the data synchronization or the modem
function, make sure you have installed onto your computer the
software tool designed for use with the phone.
4. The icon
will appear on the Windows status bar at the bottom
right of the computer screen, indicating that the connection is
successful.
Transferring files between the computer and the miniSD card
1. Connect the phone to the computer using the phone's data cable.
2. From the phone's USB Connection menu, select Mass Storage.
3. Once the connection is established and detected by your computer, the
miniSD card will function as a removable storage device.
4. On your computer, double-click on the My Computer icon to open the
My Computer panel, where the icon of a removable disk is displayed. It
represents the storage capacity of the miniSD card.
5. Double-click the icon that represents the miniSD card. The computer
screen will display all the folders stored inside.
6. Now you can start to transfer files between your PC and the specified
memory using the Copy/Paste commands on your PC, or by dragging
the selected files to the desired folder or disk.
When copying a file from your computer to the miniSD card, you
must place the file in the folder intended for this type of file. For
example, an MP3 file must be placed in the MP3 folder in order to
be successfully used in the phone.
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Services
Your phone features a 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.
To activate the mobile Internet connectivity, consult your network
operator for WAP and GPRS services. In general, the network
operator will automatically transmit the needed settings to your phone.
If not, you will need to manually configure necessary settings. For
further details, contact your network operator.
ClubBenQ Online
Used to start up the WAP browser and connect to the official BenQ
Website.
WAP Service
Start Browser
Starts up the browser and connects to the homepage.
Browsing a webpage
Referring to the soft key commands appear on the screen, press
and
to perform needed tasks while browsing a
webpage. Scroll up or down until the item you want was
highlighted, and then press
to select it.
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Ending the online session
While online, long-press
to close the browser and return to
the idle mode.
WAP Messages
When you receive a new WAP message,
will be shown on the
display. This option will start up the browser so you can read the
WAP message.
Go to URL
Allows you to link to the URL you enter.
WAP Settings
Allows you to configure settings for different network operators'
WAP servers, and then select the desired server to get online.
1. Scroll to the desired server and press
(Option).
2. Select Add Profile to establish settings for a new server, or select
Edit to manually configure the server's settings as follows:
• Profile Name
Gives the WAP server a name.
• Homepage
Sets the homepage 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.
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• NAP
If you are using a GPRS network, choose to configure GPRS
NAP settings or CSD NAP settings and select either type of
settings to get online.
If you are using a dialup network, you are restricted to
configuring only the CSD NAP settings to connect to the
Internet.
For detailed information on how to properly configure GPRS
and CSD settings, contact your network operator.
3. Press
(Save) to save the settings.
4. Scroll to the server that you would like to use and press
to confirm your choice.
(OK)
Clear Cache
Clears webpage content that the browser temporarily stores in
memory.
NAP Settings
Used to configure GPRS or CSD settings according to the network type
used by the phone.
Service Number
Provided by your network operator if the service is supported. For further
details, please contact your network operator.
STK Menu
Shown only if it is provided by your SIM card. For further details, please
contact your network operator.
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Settings
Date & Time
Used to set the time and date, as well as the format that will be displayed
on the screen.
Date
Allows you to set today's date.
Time
Allows you to set the current time.
Format
Allows you set the format in which the date and the time will be
displayed.
Time Zone
Allows you to select a time zone where you are at.
Auto Time Zone
When turning this feature on, the time displayed on the phone will
auto switch to the local time where you are at.
Auto Power On/Off
Allows you specify a time for the phone to be automatically turned on or
off.
When on an airplane, be sure that you deactivate the Auto Power
On/Off feature.
1. Select Power On or Power Off.
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2. Scroll to turn the status on or off.
3. If status is set to On, specify a time.
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 operations to best suit the environment you are in.
1. 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.
Meeting
The options in this profile have been preset to suit a meeting
environment.
Silent
The options in this profile have been preset to suit an
environment where silence is required.
Outdoors
The options in this profile have been preset to suit an outdoor
activity.
Personal
Allows you to use this profile for a group of custom settings.
2. To customize settings, scroll to a profile, and then press
(Edit).
You can not modify settings in Silent mode.
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Vibrate
Decides whether the phone will vibrate when there is an
incoming call.
Call Ring
Allows you to set the ring tone that will sound when there is an
incoming call.
Message Tone
Allows you to set the ring tone that will sound when there is a
new message.
Calendar Tone
Allows you to set the ring tone that will sound when your
calendar event approaches.
Keypad Tone
Decides whether keypad will sound when keys are pressed.
Ring Volume
Allows you to adjust the ring volume.
Restore
Allows you to reset the profile to its default configuration.
Display
Theme
You can change the appearance of the display. Select different themes
to change the display color and background.
Wallpaper
Designates the wallpaper used for the idle screen.
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Welcome Message
Allows you create a welcome message to be displayed when the phone
is turned on.
Personal Banner
Allows you to enter text to be displayed on the idle screen.
Brightness
Allows you to adjust the brightness of the display to be appeared
lighter or darker.
Backlight Duration
Allows you to specify how long the keypad backlight remains on after
last key is pressed.
Audio
Call Ring
Allows you to set the ring that will sound when there is an incoming
call.
Message Tone
Allows you to set the ring that will sound when there is a new
message.
Calendar Tone
Allows you to set the ring that will sound when your calendar event
approaches.
Keypad Tone
Decides whether keypad will sound when keys are pressed.
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Ring Volume
Allows you to adjust the ring volume. Scroll up or down to adjust it.
Speech Volume
Allows you to adjust the speech volume. Scroll up or down to adjust
it.
Key Assignment
Allows you to assign functions to the four navigation keys. When
functions have been assigned, you can access the functions by pressing up/
down/left/right in idle mode.
1. Scroll to a key and press
.
2. Select one function from the list and press
.
3. When you are ready to save the assignments, press
(Save).
Call Settings
Answer Mode
Any Key
Allows any key except
to be used to answer an incoming
call.
Send Key
Allows incoming calls to be answered only by pressing
.
Automatic
Answer the incoming call automatically when the hands-free
headset is plugged.
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Connect Alert
This feature allows the phone to ring, vibrate, or flash the
backlighting when the recipient of a call has answered.
Minute Minder
If set the status On, the phone will beep per minute during a call.
Show Number
Decides whether your phone number will be displayed on the
recipient's phone when you make a call. Select Preset to be
determined by the default set by the network operator.
Call Divert
This feature allows you to divert calls to a designated phone number
or voicemail box.
Requires the support of the network operator.
Forward All
Diverts all incoming calls.
When Busy
Diverts incoming calls when you are in the middle of another
call.
No Reply
Diverts incoming calls 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. To activate or cancel any of the options
below, you must enter the network password provided by the network
operator.
Requires the support of 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.
Requires the support of the network operator.
Auto Redial
If there is no answer at a number you have dialed, the phone will
automatically redial.
Fixed Dialing No.
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.
To 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.
To create a Fixed Dialing Number list,
1. Press
(View), then press
(Option) and select Add.
2. Enter the PIN2 code, and then add a new number to your Fixed
Dial Number 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.
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.
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 within the group.
Network
Generally speaking, 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. When outside the coverage of your regular
network, 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.
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Network Mode
Allows you to set the network searching automatic or manual.
Automatic
If this option is selected, when outside the coverage of your
regular network, the phone will automatically scan for the
available network.
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 from the list.
Band Setting
Allows you to set an appropriate band in the GSM network system.
Connection
Allows you to set whether the phone will 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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Security
You can use various codes and locks to prevent unauthorized use of the
phone.
PIN Code
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) is the password provided
by your network operator. You need this password in order to use the
SIM card.
If you enter the PIN incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM card
will be locked. You must now enter the PUK (Personal
Unblocking Key) for that SIM card in order to unlock it. Please
contact your network operator to obtain a PUK.
PIN1 Code
Used to activate, deactivate or change the PIN1 Code. To change
the PIN1 Code, select Set Status and set to On. Enter PIN1.
PIN2 Code
Used to change the PIN2 code. The procedure is the same as for
the PIN1 Code.
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.
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SIM Lock
When activating the SIM Lock, you must enter the previously set SIM
Lock password (the default SIM Lock password is 1234). The
password must be between 4 and 8 digits. Once the SIM Lock is
activated, you will be required to enter the SIM Lock code to use
another SIM card on your phone.
Auto Keypad Lock
Used to create a keypad lock. When you have not used the keypad for
a specified period of time, the keypad will be locked. Scroll to set the
status On, and select the time duration of inactivity before the keypad
lock to be activated.
Power Saving Mode
Activating this mode will turn off the keypad backlighting and the
brightness of the display backlighting will be reduced to conserve battery
power.
Language
Allows you to select the language that the phone will use.
Input
Allows you to set the default input methods that will be used in the text
input mode.
Flight Mode
When you are on a flight, select this option so that the phone will not link
to any network, and the alarm, and calendar reminder will also be turned
off. However, you can still use the entertainment features such as playing
MP3 music or taking photos in this mode.
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Restore
Restores all the settings to their factory default.
Requires entry of the phone code, which is 1234 by the default.
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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 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-genuine 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 third-party 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.
Care and Maintenance
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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
network signal can be
properly received.
• The network is busy at
Avoid using the phone at
such times, or try again after
waiting a short time.
• You are too far away from
You can request a service
area map from your network
operator.
• Poor network trunk quality
Hang up the phone and dial
again. You may be switched
to a better-quality network
trunk or phone line.
weak at your current
location—for example, in
a basement or near a tall
building-because wireless
transmissions can not
effectively reach it.
Poor
reception
the current time (for
example, during peak
times, there may be too
much network traffic to
handle additional calls).
a base station for your
network operator.
Echo or noise
on the part of your
network operator.
• Poor local telephone line
quality.
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Problem
Possible cause
If you are located in an area
where signaling is weak,
temporarily shut off the
phone.
• The battery is depleted. In
Use a new battery.
• If you are not able to
Change your location to one
where the network is
accessible, or temporarily
turn off your phone.
• Battery power has been
Recharge the phone's
battery.
• SIM card malfunction or
Take the SIM card to your
network operator for testing.
• SIM card inserted
Insert the SIM card properly.
• Debris on the SIM card
Use a soft, dry cloth to clean
the SIM card contacts.
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
high-temperature
environments, battery life
will be shortened.
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.
depleted.
damage.
SIM card
error
Solution
• The standby time is
improperly.
contacts.
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Problem
Unable to
connect to the
network.
You cannot
answer
incoming
calls.
You cannot
make
outgoing
calls.
PIN Code is
blocked.
Possible cause
Solution
• SIM card invalid.
Contact your network
operator.
• You are not within the
Check the service area with
your network operator.
• Poor signal.
Move to an open space, or if
you are inside a building,
move closer to a window.
• You have activated
Go to Phone Book >
Privacy Manager and
select Off in order to
deactivate this option.
• You have activated the
Go to Settings > Call
Settings > Call Barring,
and then select Cancel All.
• You have activated the
Go to Settings > Call
Settings > Call Barring,
and then select Cancel All.
• You have activated the
Go to Settings > Call
Settings > Fixed Dialing
No. and select Off to turn
this feature off.
• 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.
• The phone's temperature
Adjust the battery charging
environment to avoid
extremes of temperature.
• Poor contact between the
Check all connectors to
make sure all connections
have been properly made.
network's service area.
Accept List or Reject
List in the Privacy
Manager option.
Call Barring feature.
Call Barring feature.
Fixed Dial Number
feature.
incorrect PIN code three
consecutive times.
charger is damaged.
Battery will
not charge.
is below 0°C or higher
than 45°C.
battery and charger.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Unable to
enter
information
into the
Phone Book.
Unable to
select certain
features.
Possible cause
Solution
• The Phone Book's
Delete unnecessary data
from the Phone Book.
• Your network operator
Contact your network
operator.
memory is already full.
does not support these
features, or you have not
applied for services that
provide these features.
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