Welcome
Welcome to the world of Motorola digital wireless communications! We are
pleased that you have chosen the Motorola C300 wireless phone.
Earpiece
LCD Display
Right Soft Key
Perform functions
identified by right
display prompt
Left Soft Key
Perform functions
identified by left
display prompt
Power On/Off
Key
Press and hold to
switch phone on/
off, or to end or
cancel
a call
Alphanumeric
Keys
Headset Jack
For connection to
optional hands-free
headset
Menu Key
Make Key
Make and answer
calls, view recent
dialled calls list
Scroll Key
Move through
menus and lists
Microphone
Accessory
Connector Port
Insert charger and
phone accessories
Note: In this guide, press and hold means “pressing and holding a key for
about 3 seconds,” while press means “pressing and releasing a key
immediately.”
Welcome - 1
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All other product or service names are the property of their respective
owners.
© 2002 Motorola, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in Europe.
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The Motorola products described in this manual may include copyrighted
Motorola and third party software stored in semiconductor memories or
other media. Laws in the United States and other countries preserve for
Motorola and third party software providers certain exclusive rights for
copyrighted software, such as the exclusive rights to distribute or
reproduce the copyrighted software. Accordingly, any copyrighted
software contained in the Motorola products may not be modified,
reverse-engineered, distributed, or reproduced in any manner to the
extent allowed by law. Furthermore, the purchase of the Motorola products
shall not be deemed to grant either directly or by implication, estoppel,
or otherwise, any licence under the copyrights, patents, or patent
applications of Motorola or any third party software provider, except for the
normal, non-exclusive, royalty-free licence to use that arises by operation
of law in the sale of a product.
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Table of Contents
Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Safety and General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Warranty Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Your SIM Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Installing the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Turning Your Phone On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Ending a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Receiving a Call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Turning Off the Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
About Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Idle Mode Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Status Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Initiating Keypad Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Making and Receiving Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
One-Touch Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Making a Voice Dial Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Listening to a Voicemail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Making an International Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Making an Emergency Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Dialing an Extension Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Last Missed, Dialled, and Received Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Making an Abbreviated Call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Accessing Phone Book Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Accessing Messages Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Adding Phone Book Entries in Idle Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
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Using Features While on a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Adding Phone Book Entries During a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Incoming Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Call Holding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Muting the Microphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Call Options Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Adjusting Earpiece Volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Input Modes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Selecting an Input Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Smart Input (iTAP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
ABC Input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Shortcuts Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Using the Shortcuts Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
The Mobile Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Logging On to the Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Browser Key Mapping. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Surfing the Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Logging Off the Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Using the Browser Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Using the Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Menu Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Navigating the Menus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
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Menu Feature Descriptions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Shortcut Access. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Phone Book (1) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Messages (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Media Library (3) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Call Services (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Settings (5) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Games (6) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110
Alert Setting (7) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Tools (8) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Care and Maintenance of Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Specific Absorption Rate Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
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Safety and General Information
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION.
READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR PERSONAL
COMMUNICATOR.
The information provided in this document supersedes the general safety
information contained in user guides published prior to this date.
For information regarding radio use in a hazardous atmosphere please refer
to the Factory Mutual (FM) Approval Manual Supplement or Instruction
Card, which is included with radio models that offer this capability.
RF Operational Characteristics
Your Personal Communicator contains a transmitter and a receiver.
When it is ON, it receives and transmits radio frequency (RF) energy.
The Personal Communicator operates in the frequency range of 900 MHz
to 1990 MHz and employs digital modulation techniques.
When you communicate with your Personal Communicator, the system
handling your call controls the power level at which your personal
communicator transmits. The output power level typically may vary over
a range from 0.063 watts to 1.58 watts.
Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy
Your Motorola Personal Communicator is designed to comply with the
following national and international standards and guidelines regarding
exposure of human beings to radio frequency electromagnetic energy:
• United States Federal Communications Commission,
Code of Federal Regulations; 47 CFR part 2 sub-part J
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI) /
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992
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• Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
C95.1-1999 Edition
• National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
(NCRP) of the United States, Report 86, 1986
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP) 1998
• National Radiological Protection Board of the United Kingdom 1995
• Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6. Limits of Human
Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in the
Frequency Range from 3 kHz to 300 GHz, 1999
• Australian Communications Authority Radiocommunications
(Electromagnetic Radiation - Human Exposure) Standard 1999
(applicable to wireless phones only)
To assure optimal performance and make sure human exposure to radio
frequency electromagnetic energy is within the guidelines set forth in the
above standards, always adhere to the following procedures:
Portable Personal Communicator Operation
and EME Exposure
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna.
Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the
Personal Communicator and may violate FCC and/or other applicable
regulations.
DO NOT hold the antenna when the Personal Communicator is "N USE".
Holding the antenna affects call quality and may cause the Personal
Communicator to operate at a higher power level than needed.
Safety and General Information - 7
Phone Operation
The Personal Communicator is designed to be used with a headset for
talking and listening. The Personal Communicator can also be placed
inside the holster, then the holster can be clipped onto your belt, pocket,
handbag, or other apparel and used with the headset.
Body-Worn Operation
To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, if you wear the
Personal Communicator on your body when transmitting, always place the
Personal Communicator in a Motorola supplied or approved clip, holder,
holster, case, or body harness. Use of non-Motorola-approved
accessories may exceed FCC RF exposure guidelines. If you do not use
a body-worn accessory, ensure the antenna is at least one inch (2.5 cm)
from your body when transmitting.
Approved Accessories
For a list of approved Motorola accessories, look in the accessory section
of this manual.
Electromagnetic Interference/Compatibility
Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to electromagnetic
interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed or otherwise
configured for electromagnetic compatibility.
Facilities
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts, turn
off your Personal Communicator in any facility where posted notices
instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using
equipment that is sensitive to external RF energy.
8 - Safety and General Information
Aircraft
When instructed to do so, turn off your Personal Communicator when
on board an aircraft. Any use of a Personal Communicator must be in
accordance with applicable regulations per airline crew instructions.
Medical Devices
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a
minimum separation of 6 inches (15 centimeters) be maintained between
a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker.These recommendations are
consistent with the independent research by, and recommendations of,
Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers should:
• ALWAYS keep the Personal Communicator more than six inches
(15 centimeters) from their pacemaker when the Personal
Communicator is turned ON.
• not carry the Personal Communicator in the breast pocket.
• use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
• turn the Personal Communicator OFF immediately if you have any
reason to suspect that interference is taking place.
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.
Safety and General Information - 9
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the manufacturer of
your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from RF energy.
Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Safety and General Use in Vehicles
Check the laws and regulations on the use of phones in your vehicle.
You are advised to always obey them.
When using your Personal Communicator in a vehicle, please:
• Use hands-free operation, if available.
• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call.
Operational Warnings
For Vehicles With an Air Bag
Do not place the Personal Communicator in the area over an air bag
or in the air bag deployment area. Air bags inflate with great force. If the
Personal Communicator is placed in the air bag deployment area and the
air bag inflates, the Personal Communicator may be propelled with great
force and cause serious injury to occupants of the vehicle.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn off your Personal Communicator prior to entering any area with a
potentially explosive atmosphere, unless it is especially qualified for use in
such areas as "Intrinsically Safe" (for example, Factory Mutual, CSA, or
UL Approved). Do not remove, install, or charge batteries in such areas.
Sparks in a potentially explosive atmosphere can cause an explosion or
fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
10 - Safety and General Information
The areas with potentially explosive atmospheres referred to above
include fueling areas such as below decks on boats, fuel or chemical
transfer or storage facilities, areas where the air contains chemicals or
particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders, and any other area where
you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine. Areas with
potentially explosive atmospheres are often but not always posted.
Blasting Caps and Areas
To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your
Personal Communicator when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a
blasting area, or in areas posted: "Turn off two-way radio". Obey all signs
and instructions.
Operational Cautions
Antennas
Do not use the Personal Communicator if it has a damaged antenna.
If a damaged antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn
can result.
Batteries
All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury such as
burns if a conductive material such as jewelry, keys, or beaded chains
touch exposed terminals. The conductive material may complete an
electrical circuit (short circuit) and become quite hot. Exercise care in
handling any charged battery, particularly when placing it inside a pocket,
purse, or other container with metal objects.
Safety and General Information - 11
European Union Directives Conformance
Statement
Hereby, Motorola declares that this product is in compliance with
• The essential requirements and other relevant
provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC
• All other relevant EU Directives
IMEI: 350034/40/394721/9
0168
Type: MC2-41H14
Product
Approval
Number
The above gives an example of a typical Product Approval Number.
You can view your product's Declaration of Conformity (DoC) to Directive
1999/5/EC (the R&TTE Directive) at www.motorola.com/rtte - to find your
DoC, enter the Product Approval Number from your product's label in the
"Search" bar on the Web site.
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Warranty Information
Motorola guarantees you, the original purchaser, the Personal
Communicator and accessories which you have purchased from an
authorised Motorola dealer (the "Products"), to be in conformance with the
applicable Motorola specifications current at the time of manufacture for a
term of [1] year from date of purchase of the Product(s) (Warranty Term).
You must inform Motorola of the lack of conformity to the applicable
specifications of any of the Products within a period of two (2) months from
the date on which you detect a defect in material, workmanship or lack of
conformity and in any event within a term not to exceed the Warranty
Term, by submitting the Product for service to Motorola. Motorola shall not
be bound by Product related statements not directly made by Motorola nor
any warranty obligations applicable to the seller.
A list of the Motorola Call Centre numbers is enclosed with this Product.
During the Warranty term, Motorola will, at its discretion and without extra
charge, as your exclusive remedy, repair or replace your Product which
does not comply with this warranty; or failing this, to reimburse the price of
the Product but reduced to take into account the use you have had of the
Product since it was delivered. This warranty will expire at the end of the
Warranty Term.
This is the complete and exclusive warranty for a Motorola Personal
Communicator and accessories and in lieu of all other warranties,
terms and conditions, whether express or implied.
Where you purchase the product other than as a consumer, Motorola
disclaims all other warranties, terms and conditions express or implied,
such as fitness for purpose and satisfactory quality.
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In no event shall Motorola be liable for damages nor loss of data in excess
of the purchase price nor for any incidental special or consequential
damages* arising out of the use or inability to use the Product, to the full
extent such may be disclaimed by law.
This Warranty does not affect any statutory rights that you may have if you
are a consumer, such as a warranty of satisfactory quality and fit for the
purpose for which products of the same type are normally used under
normal use and service, nor any rights against the seller of the Products
arising from your purchase and sales contract.
How to get Warranty Service?
In most cases the authorised Motorola dealer which sold and/or installed
your Motorola Personal Communicator and original accessories will
honour a warranty claim and/or provide warranty service. Alternatively, for
further information on how to get warranty service please contact either
the customer service department of your service provider or Motorola's
call centre at the telephone numbers below for your country.
In order to claim the warranty service you must return the Personal
Communicator and/or accessories in question to Motorola please avoid
leaving any supplementary items like SIM cards. The Product should
also be accompanied by a label with your name, address, and telephone
number; name of operator and a description of the problem. In the case
of vehicular installation, the vehicle in which the Personal Communicator
is installed should be driven to the Authorised Repair Centre, as analysis
of any problem may require inspection of the entire vehicular installation.
*) including without limitation loss of use, loss of time, loss of data, inconvenience,
commercial loss, lost profits or savings.
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In order to be eligible to receive warranty service, you must present your
receipt of purchase or a comparable substitute proof of purchase bearing
the date of purchase. The phone should also clearly display the original
compatible electronic serial number (IMEI) and mechanic serial number
[MSN]. Such information is contained with the Product.
Conditions
This warranty will not apply if the type or serial numbers on the Product
has been altered, deleted, duplicated, removed, or made illegible.
Motorola reserves the right to refuse free-of-charge warranty service if
the requested documentation can not be presented or if the information
is incomplete, illegible or incompatible with the factory records.
Repair, at Motorola's option, may include reflashing of software, the
replacement of parts or boards with functionally equivalent, reconditioned
or new parts or boards. Replaced parts, accessories, batteries, or boards
are warranted for the balance of the original warranty time period.
The Warranty Term will not be extended. All original accessories,
batteries, parts, and Personal Communicator equipment that have been
replaced shall become the property of Motorola. Motorola does not
warrant the installation, maintenance or service of the products,
accessories, batteries or parts.
Motorola will not be responsible in any way for problems or damage
caused by any ancillary equipment not furnished by Motorola which is
attached to or used in connection with the Products, or for operation of
Motorola equipment with any ancillary equipment and all such equipment
is expressly excluded from this warranty.
Warranty Information - 15
When the Product is used in conjunction with ancillary or peripheral
equipment not supplied by Motorola, Motorola does not warrant the
operation of the Product/peripheral combination and Motorola will
not honour any warranty claim where the Product is used in such a
combination and it is determined by Motorola that there is no fault with
the Product. Motorola specifically disclaims any responsibility for any
damage, whether or not to Motorola equipment, caused in any way by the
use of the Personal Communicator, accessories, software applications and
peripherals (specific examples include, but are not limited to: batteries,
chargers, adapters, and power supplies) when such accessories,
software applications and peripherals are not manufactured and supplied
by Motorola.
What is not covered by the Warranty
This warranty is not valid if the defects are due to damage, misuse,
tampering, neglect or lack of care and in case of alterations or repair
carried out by unauthorised persons.
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2
3
4
5
Defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in other than its
normal and customary manner.
Defects or damage from misuse, access to incompatible sources,
accident or neglect.
Defects or damage from improper testing, operation, maintenance,
installation, adjustment, unauthorised software applications or any
alteration or modification of any kind.
Breakage or damage to antennas unless caused directly by defects in
material or workmanship.
Products disassembled or repaired in such a manner as to adversely
affect performance or prevent adequate inspection and testing to
verify any warranty claim.
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6
Defects or damage due to range, coverage, availability, grade of
service, or operation of the cellular system by the cellular operator.
7 Defects or damage due to moist, liquid or spills of food.
8 Control unit coil cords in the Product that are stretched or have the
modular tab broken.
9 All plastic surfaces and all other externally exposed parts that are
scratched or damaged due to customer normal use.
10 Leather cases (which are covered under separate manufacturer's
warranties).
11 Products rented on a temporary basis.
12 Periodic maintenance and repair or replacement of parts due to
normal wear and tear.
Note: The talk-time, stand-by time and total life cycle of a Motorola
rechargeable battery for your Personal Communicator will depend on
usage conditions and network configurations. As a consumable product,
the specifications indicate that you should be able to obtain optimum
performance for your Motorola Personal Communicator within the first six
months from date of purchase and up-to (200) charges.
The warranty for Motorola rechargeable batteries becomes void if
(i) the batteries are charged other than by Motorola approved battery
chargers specified for the charging of the battery,
(ii) any of the seals on the battery are broken or show evidence of
tampering,
(iii) the battery is used in equipment or service other than the cellular
telephone equipment for which it is specified.
Warranty Information - 17
Getting Started
Your SIM Card
To use your phone, you must insert a SIM (Subscriber Identification
Module) card supplied by your network operator. The SIM card contains
your subscription number, phone number, and memory for storing phone
numbers, messages, etc.
Inserting Your SIM Card
Caution: Scratches can easily damage the metal contacts of the SIM
card. Pay special attention to the SIM card when you handle and insert it.
1
If the battery door is already in place,
push down the battery door release
latch, then slide the door slightly
downward.
2
Pull the cover up and off the phone.
3
Locate the SIM card slot on the back
of your phone.
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4
Insert the SIM card into the slot, with
the metal contacts of the SIM card
facing down and its cut corner at the
bottom left.
5
Push the SIM card all the way into
place.
Removing Your SIM Card
1
If necessary, remove the battery door and battery.
2
Push the SIM card from the bottom
end of the phone.
3
Pull the SIM card from the top of the
slot, then lift it out of the phone.
Getting Started - 19
Installing the Battery
Before you can use your phone, you need to install and charge your
battery.
Caution: Do not remove the battery when your phone is on - you may lose
all your personal settings stored either in your SIM card or phone memory.
1
If the battery door is already in place,
push down the battery door release
latch, then slide the door slightly
downward.
2
Pull the cover up and off the phone.
3
Place the battery onto the back of the handset, with the battery’s
contacts facing down in alignment with the contacts on the battery
compartment.
4
Push the battery forward into the
compartment.
5
Press the battery down until it clicks
into the compartment.
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6
Lower the battery door onto the phone.
7
Push the battery door forward until it
latches into place.
Removing the Battery
1
If necessary, remove the battery door.
2
Lift the battery up from the bottom end
and remove it from the phone.
Charging the Battery
1
Insert the travel charger
connector into the charger port
at the bottom of the phone.
2
Connect the charger to a
socket.
3
Remove the charger connector when charging is complete.
Getting Started - 21
Notes:
• It takes 24 hours for the travel charger to fully charge a new battery
for the first time. Recharging takes approximately 160 minutes each
time.
• During charging, the E indicator will blink until the battery is fully
charged. When the battery is low, the phone plays a warning tone
and displays Battery Low. When the battery is running out of power,
B will appear to remind you to recharge immediately. Then your
phone will power off automatically.
Caution: Use only approved batteries, charger and accessories to ensure
proper function of your phone and battery life. Any malfunction or damage
caused by the use of any third-party accessories will result in warranty
being void.
Caution: If batteries need to be replaced or additional batteries are
requested, please make sure the same type of battery that was included in
your package is ordered.
Caution: For safety concerns, when the temperature of the phone goes
over 40° C (104° F) or below 0° C (32° F), charging will come to a halt.
When the phone temperature returns to the normal range, charging will
resume.
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Turning Your Phone On
1
To turn your phone on, press and hold P.
2
If necessary, enter your SIM card PIN code.
Note: If you type a wrong number while entering your PIN, delete it by
pressing - (DELETE).
Caution: If you enter a wrong PIN three times in a row, your SIM card will
be blocked. To unblock the SIM card, you need to enter the PUK
(Personal Unblocking Key) of the card. Please contact the network
operator, and ask for PUK.
3
When finished, press + (OK) or N (SEND) to confirm.
Making a Call
1
When your PIN is accepted, the phone automatically searches for
your designated network, as õ indicates. This may take a few
seconds.
2
When your phone successfully receives network signals, it beeps
twice, displays the network to which it is connected, and goes into idle
mode.
3
Dial the desired number, using your phone’s number keys on the
keypad. (Press - to delete wrong digits.)
4
Press N to complete the call.
Press O or - (EXIT) if you want to end a call after dialing.
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Notes:
• When network service is not available, no signal level will be
displayed on the screen.
• When connected to a network to which you do not have access,
signal strength will be displayed. You can only make an emergency
call in such a condition.
Ending a Call
To end a call and return to idle mode:
Press O or - (EXIT).
Receiving a Call
When it receives an incoming call, your phone rings or vibrates and
displays the name or phone number of the caller (network support
dependent). The name displayed depends on the data in the Phone Book.
To answer an incoming call:
1
Press + (OK) or N.
or
Press any key.
2
To reject a call, press O or - (EXIT).
Note: To change the answering mode, see “Alert Setting (7)” on page 116.
Turning Off the Phone
Press and hold O to turn your phone off.
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About Your Phone
See page 1 for a diagram of your phone that describes basic phone
components.
Idle Mode Display
Any time your phone is powered on, the idle display provides you with
information and options.
Status icon bar
Press + to
access phone book
directory.
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Press M to access menus.
Time and
date
Press + to access
Messages menu.
Status Icons
Icons often shown on the idle display:
Icon
5
Function
Signal
Strength
Descriptions
Signal strength of your designated
network. The more bars displayed, the
stronger the signal. The strongest
signal is represented by five bars.
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Icon
p
Function
Short
message
Descriptions
You have unread messages .
mail
I Voice
waiting
You have a new voice mail
(see page 86)
q
Call divert
All incoming calls are diverted to a
designated number (see page 96).
P
Active Line
Identifies current Active Line
(see page 97).
H
Vibrate and
Ring
Your phone vibrates and rings when a
call comes in (see page 117).
G
Vibration only Your phone only vibrates without
ringing when a call comes in
(see page 117).
E
Battery
Battery power level, the more the bars,
the more the battery power.
Three bars: full. No bars: Recharging
needed immediately. The icon scrolls
during charging until the battery is full.
S
Key lock
Key lock is activated (see “Initiating
Keypad Lock” and page 106).
,
Roaming
When your phone is operated on a
foreign network, this icon will appear.
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Initiating Keypad Lock
1
In idle, press and hold # to activate the keypad lock.
2
When the lock is enabled, S will appear at the bottom of the idle
mode screen.
3
To deactivate the lock, press + (Unlock) or N, then press *.
Note: You can also activate the keypad lock in the menu option Key Lock.
See page 106.
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Making and Receiving Calls
For basic instructions on how to make, end, or receive a call, refer to
“Getting Started” section. This chapter describes features that help you
make and receive calls and information about other call-related phone
functions.
One-Touch Dialing
While the phone is in idle mode, you can use one-touch dialing in either of
two ways:
Press and hold N. The last number you dialled will be dialled again
automatically.
or
Dial any of the first 9 phone numbers saved in the phone book by
pressing and holding its phone book location number.
For example, if the number is saved in the Phone Book at location 5,
press and hold 5 to make the call.
Making a Voice Dial Call
Note: Before you can make a voice dial call, you must add a voice tag to a
phone book entry and activate the Voice Dial feature. To add a voice tag,
see page 72. To activate the Voice Dial feature, see “Call Services (4)” on
page 96.
1
With the phone in idle mode, press and hold S.
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2
After the phone plays a tone, speak the voice tag of a desired phone
number into the microphone.
If your phone recognises the voice tag, it displays the corresponding
phone book record and prompts you to confirm it.
3
Press + (CALL) or N to complete the call.
If you wait a few seconds without pressing + (CALL) or N,
your phone will automatically dial the number.
Listening to a Voicemail
To call your operator’s voicemail center and listen to a voicemail message:
In idle mode, press and hold *.
or
Select the Voice Mail option under the Message menu. See page 86 for
more information.
Note: Voicemail is a network-support and subscription-dependent feature.
Making an International Call
1
Enter the outgoing international code.
or
Press and hold 0 until + is displayed.
2
Enter the recipient’s national code, area code, and phone number.
3
Press N to complete the call.
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Making an Emergency Call
Enter 999 (the international emergency number) and press N. This
emergency call can be made without a SIM card inserted, as long as you
are within the coverage of the type of network accepted by your phone.
Dialing an Extension Number
1
Enter the telephone number.
2
Press and hold #. The pause symbol P will be displayed.
3
Enter the extension number.
4
Press N to complete the call.
Last Missed, Dialled, and Received Calls
You can review the most recently missed, answered, and dialled phone
numbers, along with the time and date the calls were placed.
When incoming calls are not answered, your phone displays a message
to inform you of the calls you missed. This message also indicates the
number of missed calls. Press+ (SELECT) or N to display the most
recently missed call. Use S to scroll to other missed calls.
In idle mode, you can access a list of missed, dialled and received calls:
1
Press N.
The most recent call is displayed.
2
Press S to scroll to the phone number you want.
3
When the phone number of a missed/dialled/received call
appears on the screen, you can do the following:
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Dial the phone number - Press + (CALL) or N.
or
Store the phone number in your phone book - Press and hold N,
then follow the prompts to enter the name and confirm the phone
number. Next, specify a caller group and location number and press
+ (OK) or N to save. Finally, press + (OK) or N again to add a
voice tag to the phone number.
Note: The phone number saved this way is stored in SIM card
memory. To save a phone number in phone memory,
see “Add Entry to Phone (1-2)” on page 64. For details on the caller
group, see pages 72 and 119. To add a voice tag, see page 66.
Making an Abbreviated Call
1
Type the location number of a desired phone book entry and
press #.
2
Press + (OK) or N to dial the displayed number.
or
Scroll to another number, then press + (OK) or N to dial the
displayed number.
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Accessing Phone Book Directory
1
Press - to access the Phone Book.
or
Press and hold S to access the Phone Book.
Note: When the Voice Dial feature is activated, you are not able to
access the Phone Book by pressing and holding S.
2
Press S to scroll through the Phone Book (which is organised
alphabetically) to display the desired entry.
or
Type the first letter of an entry name. For example, to find a name that
begins with “K”, press 5 twice to enter “K”. Names that begin with
“K” are displayed first. Scroll to the one you want.
R at the top left of the screen indicates that a displayed record is
stored in the SIM card memory.
F at the top left of the screen indicates that a displayed record is
stored in the phone memory.
3
Press + (CALL) or N to dial the displayed number.
or
Press and hold N to edit the entry. You can edit the record in the
same way you save a phone number in the phone book.
Accessing Messages Menus
Press + to enter the Messages menu.
For details on the Messages menu, see page 76.
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Adding Phone Book Entries in Idle Mode
To enter a phone number while the phone is idle:
1
Enter the phone number you wish to save.
2
Press + (SAVE).
or
Press and hold N.
3
Follow the prompts to:
• Enter the name for the entry.
• Confirm the phone number.
• Specify a caller group and location number for the entry.
4
Press + (OK) or N to save the entry details.
5
Press + (OK) or N again to add a voice tag to the phone number
entry.
For details on caller groups, see pages 72 and 119. To add a voice tag,
see page 66.
Note: The phone number saved this way is stored in SIM card memory. To
save a phone number in phone memory, see “Add Entry to Phone (1-2)”
on page 64. For details on the caller group, see pages 72 and 119. To add
a voice tag, see page 66.
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Using Features While on a Call
Adding Phone Book Entries During a Call
To add a Phone Book entry during a call:
1
Type the number you wish to save in your Phone Book.
2
Press + to save the number.
3
Follow the prompts to:
• Enter the name for the entry.
• Confirm the phone number.
• Specify a caller group and location number for the entry.
You are not able to add an voice tag for the entry added during a call.
You can also call the number by pressing N. When you call the number,
the original call is put on hold.
Press - to delete the number you type during a call.
Incoming Call Waiting
If you receive another call while you are on the phone, you can:
• Press 0 and N to reject the incoming call.
• Press 1 and N to end the active call and connect the incoming
call.
• Press 2 and N to hold the active call and connect to the
incoming call.
Note: This feature is network- and subscription-dependent.
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Call Holding
To place a call on hold:
1
Press - (HOLD).
2
When the call is on hold, W 1 is displayed.
3
To make the call active again, press -(RESUME).
Note: While a call is on hold, you can dial another number. When the
second call is connected, X 1 is displayed.
4
Press - (SWAP) to switch between an active call and a call on hold.
Notes:
• Call Holding is network- and subscription-dependent.
• The figure next to W / X (“1” in the above example) indicates the
number of held/active calls.
Muting the Microphone
Mute the microphone while on a call by pressing + (MUTE).
The person you are speaking with cannot hear your voice.
To reactivate the microphone, press + (MUTE) again.
When you mute your phone, Z is displayed.
Call Options Menu
While you are on a call, press M to access the Call Options menu.
Use S to scroll to an option, and press + (SELECT) or N to select it.
Press - (QUIT) or P to exit an option.
Note: Options marked “*” are network- and subscription-dependent.
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Mute
Turn the Mute option on/off.
End Call
When you choose this option, all your calls will be listed, and you select
the call you wish to terminate.
Messages
This option allows you to read, write and send messages. For details on
the Messages menu, see page 76.
Conference
Conference menu includes the following options:
Note: The maximum number of parties allowed during a conference
(multi-party) call varies, depending on your network operator.
End Call
During a multi-party call, use this option to end a call with one of the
parties.
Swap
When you have both active and held calls, Swap transfers the active call to
hold and the held call to active, so you can talk to the other party.
Hold
This option allows you to put a currently active call on hold, so you can
initiate a new call.
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Unhold
When you end a call while you have another call on hold, this option
allows you to make the held call active again.
Join Call
This option allows you to make a conference call.
Private
This option allows you to talk privately with one participant during a
conference call.
Transfer
This option allows you to end your own call and connect the active and
held calls with each other, so the callers of the active and held calls can
speak with each other alone.
Phone Book
This option enables you to access the Phone Book menu.
Call List
This option allows you to view dialled, received, and missed calls.
When the desired phone number appears, press N or + (SELECT) to call,
save, or delete the number.
Adjusting Earpiece Volume
During an active call, press S to adjust the volume.
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Input Modes
Your phone provides several input methods when you wish to:
• write short messages.
• enter names or numbers in the phone book.
• jot down notes in the calendar option, etc....*
For details on these features, see related sections in this user guide.
Message Editor Display
Cursor
Io
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D E LE T E
M
OK
Input mode
indicator
Phonebook Editor Display
Prompt for
current input
Character
Count
Press - to
delete
characters
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Name:
Text area
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M
OK
Press M for input menu
Press + to
confirm
Selecting an Input Mode
On the editor screen, press M or long press N to access the Input Mode
menu. Scroll the menu with S and press + (SELECT) or N to select,
or press a corresponding number key directly to choose from the following
input modes:
Note: The factory default for the input mode is ABC Input (ABCD).
However, you can set the default to Smart Input. The default input mode
you set appears automatically in the editor screen.
Smart Input (iTAP)
The Smart Input system (or iTAP, as shown on the editor screen) analyzes
letters as they are being typed to come up with the right words, making
text entry quick and easy. Smart Input (iTAP) is an efficient alternative to
the traditional multi-tapping input, which requires you to press a key
several times for the desired letter.
Features of Smart Input (iTAP)
• Just one key press per letter; no multi-pressing for entering letters.
• Comprehensive word database including common names.
• Widely used punctuation and symbols included.
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Smart Input (iTAP) Keypad Mapping
Short press to clear a
letter.
Long press to clear all
text.
Access input menu.
Exit from input screen
(if no message entered).
Works like +.
1-9 Enter letters.
For next/previous word
candidate.
Move cursor.
Scroll punctuation bar/
input menu.
Long press - access
punctuation & symbol
bar.
Confirm text entered.
Enter highlighted symbol.
Select desired input mode.
Next word candidate.
Upper/lower case.
Tips on Using Smart Input (iTAP)
To Enter Words
Type a word by pressing a corresponding alphanumeric key only once for
each letter, without having to consider the order of the alphabets indicated
on the keys. The word you type will appear outside the text frame before
you confirm it.
To switch between upper case and lower case, press 0.
Press - (DELETE) once to delete a wrong letter; long press - to delete
an entire word.
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The word changes as you type letters - disregard what is on the screen
until you type an entire word.
If the word displayed is not the one you want after typing it completely,
press # for the next word candidate. You can also press S for the
next/previous candidate. When the desired one appears, press + (OK)
or M to put it inside the text frame, then a space will appear automatically
between the word and the cursor. So you can type the next word directly
without having to leave a space for it.
After you enter a word in the text area, you can press S once to move
the cursor to the insertion point of the next/last character; long press to
move the cursor continuously.
In the text area, press - (DELETE) once to clear one character;
long press - to clear all text.
To Enter Punctuation and Symbols
You can long press * to display a bar of available punctuation and
symbols at the bottom of the screen. Press S to scroll the symbols one
by one; long press S to scroll page by page. Press + (OK) or N to
enter a highlighted symbol, or press a corresponding number key for a
desired symbol directly.
Press - (QUIT) or P to exit the punctuation & symbol bar.
ABC Input
ABC Input is the factory default input mode that appears automatically
with the editor screen. If Smart Input (iTAP) doesn’t provide the word you
want, you also can press M or long press N for the input menu, and
select ABC Input.
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Alphanumeric Keys
Following is a list of the alphanumeric keys and their corresponding
characters and symbols in input mode.
Key
1
Characters
,.:1%!?;“‘<>()@&
2
A B C (a b c) 2 Å A¨ å ä à ç æ β
3
D E F (d e f) 3 ∆ Φ è é É £ Æ $
4
G H I (g h i) 4 Γ Ì i ¿ ¤
5
J K L (j k l) 5 Λ _
6
M N O (m n o) 6 Ω Ñ ñ ö ö Ø ø
7
P Q R S (p q r s) 7 ∏ Σ ¥ §
8
T U V (t u v) 8 θ ü Ü ù
9
W X Y Z (w x y z) Ξ ψ
0
(Space) 0
*
+-*/=
#
#P
Tips on Using ABC Input
• Follow the order of the alphabets shown on each key to enter words.
• Press once for the first letter shown on a particular key,
twice for the second letter, and so on.
• Short press # to shift among input mode for upper case,
lower case and number.
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• When you have entered a letter and want to enter the next one, you
can wait for about two seconds until the cursor moves to the position
of the next letter, or simply press a key immediately to enter it.
• If you type a wrong letter or number, you can move the cursor to it by
pressing S, then press - to erase it.
123 Input
This input mode allows you to enter numbers using the alphanumeric
keys. To enter punctuation, long press * to display the punctuation
and select.
Alignment
This option allows you to align the text to the left, center, or right of the
screen when you are using the message editor.
Insert Symbol
Displays the bar of punctuation and symbols. Use S to scroll the bar
(long press S to scroll page by page) and when the desired symbol is
highlighted, press + (OK) or N. You can also press a corresponding
number key for a desired symbol.
Insert Quick Msg
Quick Msg is a list that allows you to compose messages and notes by
making use of the sentences already stored in the phone.
In the menu option Quick Msg, you can customise the Quick Msg list by
adding the sentences you write to the list. See page 82 for details.
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Quick Msg Listing
The following are the entries for the default Quick Msg list:
No.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
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Phrases and sentences
I’m busy now, will call you later
Happy Birthday
Please call my mobile number
Please call office
I’m not coming home for dinner
I’m on my way, please wait
I love you
I’m sorry
Please call home
Merry Christmas
Happy New Year
Have a safe trip
Get well soon
Thank you
I arrived safely
Don’t leave until I get there
Meet me at [time] [place]
I will be there in [xx] minutes
I’ll be leaving at
Wish you success
Notes:
• The default Quick Msg list may vary from area to area.
• The first 5 blank entries in the list are reserved for you to create your
own messages. See “Quick Msg (2-3)” on page 82.
• Insert Quick Msg is only available for message composition and
Date Book entry.
Using Quick Msg Sentences
Scroll to a desired sentence and press + (SELECT) or N to select it, or
press a corresponding number key to select it. As soon as the sentence is
selected, the screen automatically goes to the message input mode.
You can now modify the sentence into the message you want. If you wish
to use the other input modes, press M.
Insert Media
You can insert multimedia file(s) into a text message you would like to
send by selecting this option. You can insert pictures, animations and
melodies stored in your Media Library (3). However, only objects that can
be forwarded, indicated by #, can be inserted. You can also insert your
Phone Book (1) entries or your Date Book (8-3) notes.
Insert Picture
When you choose this option, you will be directed to your Picture Library
(3-1). Choose a picture from the Library, and you will see it inserted in the
message. You can then continue to edit your message.
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Insert Animation
When you choose this option, you will be directed to your Animation
Library (3-2). Choose an animation from the Library, and you will see it
inserted in the message. You can continue to edit your message then.
Insert Melody
When you choose this option, you will be directed to your Melody Library
(3-3). Choose a melody from the Library, and you will see it inserted in the
message as â. You can continue to edit your message then.
Insert Vcard
When you choose this option, you will be directed to your Phone Book (1).
Use S to scroll up and down to browse through the directory, press +
or N to choose an entry from the Phone Book, and you will see it inserted
in the message. You can continue to edit your message then.
Insert Vcalendar
When you choose this option, you will be directed to your Date Book (8-3).
You will see all the notes you made in your Date Book. Use S to scroll up
and down to browse through the notes, press + or N to choose an
entry from the notes, and you will see it inserted in the message.
You can continue to edit your message then.
Notes:
• Insert Media is only available for message editing.
• You can also send a media message under Media Library (3) menu.
• Media insertion only works when this feature is also supported by the
recipient’s phone.
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Shortcuts
Shortcuts is a ready menu of 9 regularly used features. It provides you with
an efficient means to access these features directly and minimises the
number of steps required for access via the main menu
Notes:
• You can personalise the Shortcuts menu as needed by selecting
what features you want available in this menu. To set up your own
Shortcuts menu, you must go to Shortcuts under the Tools (8) menu.
See page 120 for details.
• The default Shortcuts menu list may vary from area to area.
Shortcuts Menu
In idle mode, press S to display the Shortcuts menu. The default menu
items and their functions are as follows:
No.
1
Option
Internet
Functionality
Connect to the mobile Internet.
2
ScreenSaver
Turn on/off the screensaver.
See page 99.
3
Add Entry to SIM
Add new phone book entries to the
SIM card memory.
4
New Message
Write a new message.
5
Missed Calls
Display and make/save/delete last
missed calls.
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No.
6
Option
Profiles
Functionality
Enable/Disable settings of a selected
profile.
7
Date Book
Access the Date Book option.
8
Set Alarm
Set the alarm option.
9
SIM Menu
Access the SIM tool Kit menu
provided by your operator.
Notes:
• The SIM Menu option is a network-support and subscriptiondependent feature.
• For details on each menu option, please refer to related sections of
this user guide.
Using the Shortcuts Menu
Press S to scroll through the menu and press + (SELECT) or N to
access an option. You can also press a corresponding number key to get
to a desired option directly. To exit from a Quick Access option or
operation, press - or P.
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Shortcut Access Example
In the main menu, type a corresponding function code listed behind each
option in the following sections. By means of the shortcut access you can
quickly reach a desired function.
For example, if you want to change the Input Mode setting under the zoom
menu:
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main menu.
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Settings
Saved
QUIT
Settings successfully
changed.
EXIT
SELECT
Setting
EXIT
SELECT
Press 5 to access
Phone Setting.
U
Input Mode
} Smart Input
ABC Input
QUIT
SELECT
Press 2 for
ABC Input.
U Settings
Security
Input Mode
QUIT
SELECT
Press 4 to
access Input Mode.
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The Mobile Internet
Your phone supports WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) technology.
It allows you to log on to the mobile Internet and browse online services
available from your service provider, for example, financial, sport, travel,
and entertainment information.
• The Internet function is network and subscription dependent.
Contact your network operator for details about the mobile Internet
services based on the WAP technology they provide.
• To successfully connect to the Internet you also need to configure
WAP settings. See “Browser Setup (5-3)” on page 100.
Logging On to the Internet
There are two ways to launch the browser and start the Internet
connection:
In idle mode, press S to access the Quick Access menu (see chapter 5),
scroll to Internet and press + (SELECT) or N.
In idle mode, press M to access the main menu, scroll to Tools and press
+ (SELECT) or N. Select Browser and press + (SELECT) or N.
See also page 120.
When you launch the browser, a browser greeting screen as shown below
will pop up and your phone will start dialing simultaneously.
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Browser Key Mapping
Access Browser menu.
Access option’s
sub-menu. Abort.
Input mode change
End mobile Internet
session, return to
idle display.
Link to next web page.
Select browser menu
option or confirm
operation.
Scroll to Web items or
browser menu options.
Move cursor during
input.
1-9 - Select
Web item browser
menu option.
Enter digits or
characters.
Note: Key functions may vary according to your network.
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Surfing the Internet
After you log on successfully, the home page you connect to will appear.
Use the following keys to navigate through the web pages:
• Press S to scroll up and down the Web menu.
• Press + or N to link to the next web page.
• Press P to return to the previous page
• Press + to execute the commands displayed at the bottom of the
browser screen.
Note: You can specify a home page of your own. See page 55.
Your network service provider specifies the default home page.
Several messages may appear at the bottom of your screen while
navigating:
Message
Waiting
Description
This message appears before logging on
successfully.
Sending
Sending data to the Internet.
Receiving
Receiving data from the Internet.
Network not
responding
The Web site you connect to is not responding.
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Logging Off the Internet
To return to idle mode, Press and hold P to terminate your Internet
connection and close the browser. The phone will hang up simultaneously.
Using the Browser Menu
When you browse web pages, press M to access the Browser menu.
The Browser menu contains the options below. Scroll and press +
(check mark), or press a number key to select. To return from the current
browser menu to the previous screen or web content, choose Back.
Or you can also scroll through the menu to the end of the options, then
once you go over the last option, you will see Back command at the bottom
right of the screen. Press + or N to execute Back. You can also press
+ to execute any other commands displayed at the bottom of the
browser screen. Press and hold P to get back to the idle screen directly.
Menu Option
1 Back
Action
Return to previous screen.
2 Home
Return to home page.
To specify a home page, please see “1.
Homepage” on page 55.
3 Exit
Quit the browser altogether and return to idle
screen.
Network not
responding
The Web site you connect to is not
responding.
4 Save Image
Save the image(s) on the screen to your
Picture Library.
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Menu Option
5 Mark Site
Action
Bookmark the current web site or web page
to Bookmarks.
6 Bookmarks
You can open the Bookmarks list to choose
a web bookmark. You can also edit/add/
delete your bookmarks here. It is the same
as you use My Favorites. The Bookmarks list
is stored in the remote server. It can be used
only when you are connected to network.
Meanwhile, My Favorites are stored in the
handset.
7 My Favorites
On the My Favorites list you can select a
bookmark and press
- (MENU), then edit the name and web
address stored in the bookmark, or erase
the bookmark.
You can also scroll the My Favorites list and
press + (check mark) to link to a web site
bookmarked on the list.
8 Go to Site
Visit a specified web site. Enter the address
of a desired Web site and press + to
connect.
9 Inbox
All alert messages from your network
system are stored here.
Reload
Reload the current web page.
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Settings
You can configure your internet setting here. You can also go to Browser
Setup (5-2) under Setting (5). See page 100.
1. Homepage
Specify a home page. The home page you specify is loaded every time
you connect to the main Web screen or select Home in the Browser menu.
You can select this item to get to the editor screen and specify a desired
home page by entering its web address. However, some network service
providers do not allow the user to specify the home page.
2. Proxy
You can also configure the proxy setting under Setting (5).
See page 100 for details on proxy setting.
3. Circuit Prompt
A message displayed before each WAP connection is made.
The message reads, Circuit is down. Start data call?. You may enable/
disable this function here.
4. Circuit Linger
The length of time that the phone waits before terminating a WAP
connection. You are allowed to set it between 30 to 9999 seconds.
5. Key Press Timeout
Sets the amount of time the phone waits, before automatically moving the
cursor to the next entry position when you are entering a text. As long as
the same key is re-pressed within the Key Press Timeout, the last character
cycles between all the choices for the key.
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6. Security
1. Connection Prompt
A message displayed when a secure session is established. It reads
Secure connection established. You can enable/disable the function here.
2. Secure Prompt
A message displayed by leaving a secure area. It reads
Entering a non-secure area. OK?. You can enable/disable the function here.
3. Current Certificate
A digital ID. It is issued by a trusted third party known as certificate
authority (CA). The phone uses CA certificates to authenticate Web sites
that send information to the phone.
4. CA Certificates
Settings of CA.
5. Encryption
View the encryption information. A security key stored in the browser is
used to encrypt data when transmitting data between the handset and
server.
Press + to show the following options:
Verify Key - Verify the checksum of the key.
New Key - Request a new key from the server.
7. Advanced
You can find the following functions in the Advanced setting menu:
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1. Show URL
Show the web address of the current page. It can be used to save the
current page as your home page, which can quickly bring you to the page
without waiting next time you activate the browser from idle mode.
2. Restart Browser
Close the browser and re-launch it.
3. Offline Services
Your phone saves the last browsed web pages in its temporary memory
(Cache). You can access a desired web page off-line by selecting this
function. If the web page you want is not stored in the temporary memory,
you will be prompted to connect to the web service. If the temporary
memory is cleared, all web contents stored in it will be erased.
See “Clear Cache (5-3-3)” on page 101.
5. Outbox
Display the outbox status screen. The unsent information (such as an
unsent Web-based e-mail) is stored here when you navigate the Web.
You can come here to see if there is any unsent information and send it
again the next time you connect to the Web.
About...
1. Openwave
Here you can read about information of Openwave, the provider of your
WAP browser.
2. Security
Here you can read about companies that provide you with the WAP
security for your phone.
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Using the Menus
Your phone’s menus cover a wide range of features. The main menu is
made up of the following 8 options:
1
Phone Book
2
Messages
3
Media Library
4
Call Services
5
Settings
6
Games
7
Alert Setting
8
Tools
Menu Interface
There are two interfaces for the menu. One is the “desktop” interface,
the other “zoom.” You can change the setting in Menu Style (5-5-5).
Desktop demonstrates all available options on one screen. Zoom only
demonstrates one option at one time, and you need to scroll up and down
to view the different options.
desktop menu
Phone Book
EXIT
SELECT
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Media
Library
zoom menu
EXIT
SELECT
Normal Access to an Option
For example, if you want to change the Input Mode setting under the
desktop menu:
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main menu.
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Phone Book
EXIT
SELECT
U Settings
Security
Input Mode
QUIT
Setting
SELECT
Press S to scroll to
Input Mode and press
+ (SELECT) or N.
U
Input Mode
} Smart Input
ABC Input
QUIT
SELECT
Press S to scroll to
desired input mode
and press + or N.
EXIT
SELECT
Press S to scroll to
Setting and press +
(SELECT) or N to
enter Setting menu.
Y
Settings
Saved
QUIT
Settings successfully
changed.
Press - (QUIT or EXIT) or P to return to the previous menu.
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Navigating the Menus
You can access many of your phone’s features by using these keys to
move through the menu system:
Keys
O
Commands and functions
Power on/off key
• Press to return to previous menu.
• Exit browser and back to idle.
N
Send/Answer key
M
Menu key (in the middle of the Scroll Key)
• Press to select or activate option.
• Access main menu from idle screen.
• During a call, access Call Options menu.
• During input, access Input Mode menu.
+
Right soft key
• Execute command shown at bottom right of the
screen:
- In menus, select or activate option
(as SELECT/OK/OPTION shows).
- In idle, access Messages menu
(as J shows).
- Link to next web page/select browser menu
option during Internet session.
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Keys
-
Commands and functions
Left soft key
• Execute command shown at the bottom left of
the screen:
- In menus, abort selection/operation and
return to previous menu or screen
(as QUIT/EXIT shows).
- In idle mode, access Phone Book directory
(as O shows).
- During Internet session, return to previous
page; press and hold to return to home page.
S
Scroll key
• Scroll through menus and options.
• Adjust volume during call.
• In idle mode, access Shortcuts menu; press and
hold to initiate a voice dial call
(if voice dial feature is activated).
• During input, press once to move cursor to next/
last insertion point; press and hold to move
cursor continuously.
*
Voicemail key
• In idle mode, press and hold to dial voice mail
box number.
• During Internet session, press and hold to
access browser menu.
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Keys
#
19
Commands and functions
Lock key
• In idle mode, press and hold to lock keypad.
Number key
• In idle mode, press and hold to dial any of first 9
numbers in phone book.
• In menus, press to access a corresponding
option directly.
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Menu Feature Descriptions
Shortcut Access
In the main menu, type a corresponding function code listed behind each
option in the following sections. By means of the shortcut access you can
quickly reach a desired function.
For example, if you want to change the Input Mode setting under the zoom
menu:
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main menu.
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Settings
Saved
QUIT
Settings successfully
changed.
EXIT
SELECT
Setting
EXIT
SELECT
Press 5 to access
Phone Setting.
U
Input Mode
} Smart Input
ABC Input
QUIT
SELECT
Press 2 for
ABC Input.
U Settings
Security
Input Mode
QUIT
SELECT
Press 4 to access
Input Mode.
See “Input Mode (5-5)” on page 106.
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O Phone Book (1)
The Phone Book menu allows you to view the phone book directory you
create, and add/delete entries. In this menu you can choose from the
following:
Add Entry to SIM (1-1)
To store phone book entries in your SIM card memory:
1
Enter the name and phone number and press + (OK) or N.
2
Add the phone book name to a preferred caller group list,
and press + (SELECT) or N.
3
Your phone will assign a location number for this record.
Press + (OK) or N to confirm.
4
You will be prompted to add a voice tag to this record. Press + (OK)
or N and record a voice tag the same way as described on page 66.
Notes:
• When you enter a new phone number, use the international number
format:
• Press and hold 0 to display + and enter the corresponding
country code and the phone number. By doing so, you do not have to
modify the entries when you are roaming in other countries.
Add Entry to Phone (1-2)
You can store phone book entries in the phone memory by selecting this
option. The steps are the same as described in Add Entry to SIM.
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Find Entry (1-3)
Follow the prompt to enter the name. When done, press + (OK) or N,
the corresponding location, telephone number and name will appear on
the screen. You can also find a Phone Book entry by typing the first letter
of its name.
For example, if the name starts with “K”, enter K and press + (OK) or N.
Names starting with “K” will appear on the screen. Scroll through the
names to the one you want.
Now you can press + (SELECT) or N to choose from the options below:
Call
Dial the number.
Edit
You can edit the entry here. Modify the name, number and select a caller
group for the number.
Delete
Delete the entry.
Copy
Copy the entry to another location. Choose to copy the record to the SIM
or phone memory, enter the location number, and press + (OK) or N.
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Voice Dial
To Add a Voice Tag
When you choose this option, Add Voice Tag? is displayed.
1
Press + (OK) or N.
2
After the tone, speak the recipient’s name loudly and clearly over the
microphone after the tone.
3
The handset replays the voice tag if recording is successful.
4
An icon then appears in the display above the record to indicate that
the voice tag is now attached to this record.
The next time you recall this phone book entry, the handset will play its
voice tag simultaneously.
Entry Already with a Voice Tag
Playback - Play the voice tag of this entry.
Edit - Change the voice tag the same way as you add a voice tag.
Delete - Delete the voice tag.
Send Vcard
A single entry in your Phone Book can be made into a Vcard,
and you can send a Vcard to another mobile phone user.
For more information, see page 66.
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Recent Calls (1-4)
Missed (1-4-1)
Display the last missed calls. There will always be the records of missed
calls if any, but the phone numbers of the missed calls may show or not
depend on the network.
1
Press S to browse the calls.
2
Press + (SELECT) or N to choose from the following:
• Call (Call back).
• Save
• Delete
Save
Save the number into the SIM card memory’s phone book:
1
Enter the name and confirm the telephone number and press
+ (OK) or N.
2
Add the phone book record to a preferred caller group list,
and press + (SELECT) or N.
Notes:
• A caller group has specific settings such as ring tone, image, etc.
When a member of a particular caller group calls you or sends you a
text message, your phone will play that group’s ring tone and display
the image designated to that group, so you know immediately which
group the caller belongs to before you answer the call. Each name in
the phone book can belong to only one caller group.
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• To customise the settings of each caller group,
see “Caller Group (1-7)” on page 72. To activate/deactivate the
Caller Group function, go to “Caller Group (7-2)” on page 119.
3
Press + (OK) or N to confirm the location number your phones
assigns to this entry.
4
When prompted, press + (OK) or N and record a voice tag for this
phone number entry.
(To add a voice tag, see page 66.)
Delete
Delete the number.
Received (1-4-2)
Display the last received calls. There will always be the records of
received calls if any, but the phone numbers of the received calls may
show or not depend on the network.
You can use this option the same way as Missed (1-1-1).
Dialled (1-4-3)
Display the last dialled calls. You can use this option the same way as
Missed (1-1-1).
Call Info (1-4-4)
This menu contains records of call cost and duration.
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Time
This function records the information of call duration.
Last Call - Show duration of the last call in hours, minutes and seconds.
All Calls - Show the total duration of all types of calls.
Outgoing Calls - Show the total duration of all outgoing calls.
Incoming Calls - Show the total duration of all incoming calls.
Clear Time - Clear all duration data.
Cost
This function records the information of call cost.
Last Call - Show the cost of the last call.
Note: Network support dependent.
All Calls - Show the total cost of all calls.*
Note: Network-support dependent.
Clear Cost - Clear all cost data (PIN2 required).
Notes:
• PIN2 is a second set of PIN that is used mainly to control limited
services such as call cost limitation and fixed dialing numbers.
• If entered incorrectly three times in a row, PIN2 will be locked up.
To unblock PIN2, you need to enter the PUK2 code.
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Call Rate
Cost Limit - Set a limit to the total call cost. Your phone cannot be used to
make a pay call if call cost goes beyond that limit. When this function is
activated, the remaining cost will appear on the screen.
On: Enable the cost limit function (PIN2 required). Off: Disable this function.
Currency - Enter a preferred currency base for calculating the cost of your
calls (PIN2 required).
Charge Unit - Enter the unit price for calculating the cost (PIN2 required).
Delete All (1-4-5)
Delete all records of missed, received, or sent calls.
Copy Entry (1-5)
This function allows you to copy or move phone book entries between the
SIM and phone memories.
SIM->Phone (1-5-1)
Copy or move phone book entries from the SIM into the phone memory.
Single
Copy or move a single phone book entry from the SIM memory into the
phone memory.
Keep original - Copy a single entry from the SIM memory and paste it into
the phone memory, while the original is still kept in the SIM memory.
Scroll through the entries stored in the SIM memory. When the desired
one appears, press + (OK) or N and the record will be copied into the
phone memory.
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Delete Original - Remove a single entry from the SIM memory and store it in
the phone memory. Scroll through the records stored in the SIM memory.
When the desired one appears, press + (OK) or N and the record will be
moved into the phone memory.
All
Copy or move all entries from the SIM card into the phone memory.
Keep original - Copy all of the entries from the SIM memory into the phone
memory, while the original records remain in the SIM memory.
After entering this option, the screen will show the total number of the
entries and ask if you want to copy all of them. Press + (OK) or N to
copy all entries into phone memory.
Delete Original - Remove all entries from the SIM and paste them into phone
memory.
Phone->SIM (1-5-2)
Copy or move phone book entries from the phone memory into the SIM.
The method is exactly as how you copy entries from SIM to phone.
Delete (1-6)
Erase phone book entries that are no longer needed:
By Name (1-6-1)
Delete records by name.
Enter the name of the record and press + (OK) or N. The record will be
displayed. Press + (OK) or N to delete.
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All In SIM (1-6-2)
Delete all phone book entries stored in the SIM card memory.
You will be prompted to enter the phone code before you delete all entries.
Enter the phone code and press + (OK) or N to delete.
All In Phone (1-6-3)
Delete all entries stored in the phone memory. Steps are the same as
described in Delete All In SIM.
All Voice Tag (1-6-4)
Erase all taped voice tags from phone book entries.
Enter the phone code and press + (OK) or N to delete.
Caller Group (1-7)
Choose from 5 caller groups (None and Group 1-4).You can add any phone
book entries to a particular caller group, and modify such settings as ring
tones, images, etc. for incoming calls from a specific group.
Notes:
• When you select None, View List is the only available option.
• To activate/deactivate the Caller Group function,
see “Caller Group (7-2)” on page 119.
Settings for None and Group 1-4 are as follows:
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View List
View the phone book names stored in this group.
• If no records were added, No Matching Record will appear.
• If this group already contains records, you can scroll through the
records to the one you desire and press + (SELECT) or N to dial the
number (Call), or move this record to another caller group (Edit).
Rename
Change the title of this group. (Not available in Default Group.)
Ring Type
Assign a ring tone for this group. Your phone will ring in the tone you
choose when there is an incoming call from this group.
Icon
Choose an icon for this group. You can choose a picture from the
Picture Library (3-1) or an animation from the Animation Library (3-2) when
you select this option. The icon you choose will appear when someone
belonging to this group phones you.
Funlight
Set the light pattern for this group.
SMS Alert
Specify an alert tone for short messages from this group.
There are five different tones to choose from.
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Voice Dial (1-8)
When you select this option, a list of phone book entries with voice tags
will appear. Scroll the list for the entry you want and press + (SELECT)
or N. You will see the following:
Playback
Play the voice tag of the selected entry.
Edit
Change the voice tag the same way as you add a voice tag.
Delete
Erase the voice tag from this entry. When erased, the voice tag list will not
show this entry anymore.
Show Service (1-9)
Under this option you can view and call the service phone numbers
provided by your network operator. These numbers are stored and locked
by your operator in your SIM card.
Note: This option is network- and SIM-card dependent.
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Own Number (1-10)
Sets or displays the record of your current SIM card number.
• If no own number records are saved in the memory,
No Records Add Record? will appear. Press + (OK) or N and enter
your name and phone number, then specify a location for this
number (1 or 2).
• If you have already entered your own number data, press + (OK)
or N and choose to add a new record, edit, delete the current
record, or send it as a Vcard. For more about Vcard, see page 66.
Status (1-11)
This option allows you to view the numbers of free and occupied phone
book slots. The phone memory can store up to 100 phone book records,
while the number of available entries in the SIM memory varies,
depending on the network service you subscribe to.
The screen will show the numbers of available and occupied slots in the
SIM card. You can press S to view the numbers of free and occupied
slots in the phone memory.
Information Number (1-12)
This option shows you the service number of your network.
This option may or may not show up in your phone depends on your
SIM card/network.
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J Messages (2)
The following options are network-and subscription-dependent.
Inbox (2-1)
If a new message is received by the phone, a tone is played, the prompt
Read? appears, and o appears near the top of the idle screen).
1
2
3
4
5
Press + (OK) or N to display the message record directly, or enter
this menu option to do so. You will see the record of the last received
message showing its delivery time, date and phone number or caller
ID (if stored in the phone book).
Press + (SELECT) or N to read the message.
If you have two or more new messages, press S to browse the
message records.
Press + (SELECT) or N to read.
After reading a message, press + (OPTION) or N for the following
options.
Launch
This option is available only when the incoming message contains a URL.
The handset is able to recognise
http://www.hellomoto.com and www.hellomoto.com as URLs. When you
select Launch, your handset will start up the web browser to reach the
received web address.
Reply
Reply to the message. Compose the message the same way as you
compose a new message. (See “New Message (2-2)” on page 82.)
When you are finished, press + (OK) or N to choose from the following
options:
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Single Recipient
Send the reply message to one recipient. When the recipient’s phone
number appears, press + (OK) or N to send the message.
Multiple Recipients
By Entry - You can send the message to the recipients you choose from
your phone book entries. Scroll through the entries and press + (SELECT)
to select the ones to receive the message. You can also press (CANCEL) to un-select a recipient.
When done, press N to show the list of the selected recipients. Press +
(CHANGE) if you want to change the list. (Change the list the same way you
select/un-select a recipient.) Finally, press N to send your message to
the selected recipients.
By Group - You can send the message to the members you select from a
particular caller group. Choose a group and select recipients in the same
way you select by entry from the phone book.
Save
Enter a phone number (the default number is the original message
sender) and press + (OK) or N to save the message to the Outbox.
Delete
Delete the message. When done, Deleted Read Next? will display on the
screen. If you want to read the next message, press + (OK) or N.
If you want to exit, press - (QUIT) or N.
Send
Divert the received message to one or more recipients. You can do this the
same way as described on page 80.
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Start Chat
This option allows you to initiate a chat session by replying to a received
message in Inbox. You will be prompted to enter your nickname and a chat
message. When done, press + (OK) or N to initiate the chat session.
See “SMS Chat (2-4)” on page 84.
Picture
If there is a picture in the message, you will see the picture directly in the
message. Enter the Option menu, then scroll to and select Extract Media.
You will then be directed to the Save Picture menu. If there is still space
available, you see New option for saving your picture as a new item.
Or, you can scroll up and down to browse through the picture archive, and
overwrite an old picture with the new one.
Animation
If there is an animation in the message, you will see the animation directly
in the message. Enter the Option menu, then scroll to and select Extract
Media. You will then be directed to the Save Animation menu. If there is still
space available, you see the New option for saving your animation as a
new item. Or, you can scroll up and down to browse through the animation
archive, and overwrite an old animation with the new one.
Melody
If there is a melody in the message, you will see A in the message. When
you read the message, the melody will play automatically. Enter the Option
menu, then scroll to and select Extract Media. You will then be directed to
the Save Melody menu. The melody saved is assigned to one of the four
default UserRing spaces. You can rename it in Media Library (3).
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Vcard
If there is a Vcard in the message, you will see an icon in the message.
1
Enter the Option menu, then scroll to and select Extract Media.
You will then be directed to the Phone Book entry editor.
2
When the name of the person is shown, edit or confirm it.
You will then see the phone number.
3
Edit or confirm the phone number. The entry will then be saved.
After the entry is saved, you will be prompted to add a voice tag for the
entry.
See also page 46.
Vcalendar
A Vcalendar is a single entry in the Date Book converted to a transmittable
form for mobile phones. (See “Date Book (8-3)” on page 120.)
If there is a Vcalendar in the message, you will see an icon in the
message. Enter the Option menu, then scroll to and select Extract Media.
The date, time, and description of the Vcalendar will be displayed.
Choose Save to store the record. See also page 46.
Edit
You can edit the received message. You should do it in the same way as
you Reply to a message. See also page 82 for writing messages.
When done, press + (OK) or N to choose from the following options:
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Single Recipient
You can send the message to one recipient in two ways:
• Enter the recipient’s phone number as you are prompted to do so
and press + (OK) or N to send the message directly.
• If you want to select a number from the Phone Book when you are
prompted to enter the phone number, you can press + (SELECT) or
N and enter the recipient’s name saved in the Phone Book.
When the desired phone number appears, press + (OK) or N to
send the message. You can also press + or N twice to select a
phone number directly from the Phone Book without having to enter
the name first.
Multiple Recipients
By Entry - Send the message to the recipients you choose from your phone
book entries.
1
Scroll through the entries and press + (SELECT) to select the
recipients for the message.
2
You can also press + (CANCEL) to un-select a recipient.
3
When done, press N to show the list of the selected recipients.
4
Press + (CHANGE) if you want to change the list (the way you change
the list is the same as you select/un-select a recipient).
5
Finally, press N to send your message to the selected recipients.
By Group - You can send the message to the members you select from a
particular caller group. Choose a group and select recipients in the same
way you select by entry from the phone book.
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Save
Enter a phone number and press + (OK) or N to save the message to
the Outbox.
Use Number
Display and uses the phone number of the message. If a message has
more than one number, you can use S to scroll up and down the
numbers. When the desired one appears, press + (SELECT) or N to
choose from the following:
Save
Save the phone number in the Phone Book. Enter the name and confirm
the phone number, then specify a caller group and location number for the
phone number. Press + (OK) or N to save the number. Finally, tape a
voice tag for the phone number.
Call
Press + (SELECT) or N to dial the number.
Call Back
Dials the number shown on the record of the received message.
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Extract Media
This option is available only when a SMS contains multimedia file(s) such
as a picture, an animation, a melody, or a Vcard/Vcalendar. If a message
contains a picture or an animation, it will be directly shown in the
message. If a message contains a melody, it will be shown as â.
You can save the multimedia file(s) by selection this option, and the files
will be stored in your Media Library (3). The storage space, however, is
limited, so pay attention to the usage of the space. Vcard and Vcalendar
will be shown as icons.
New Message (2-2)
This function allows you to write short messages. Write down the message
you want. You can press M for Input Menu. (See “Input Modes” on page
38.) After you finish your message, press + (OK) or N to choose to send
or save the message. The Send option has the same sub-menu as Edit in
Inbox.
Quick Msg (2-3)
This function allows you to personalise the Quick Msg list by writing and
storing your own sentences. You can also use the sentences already
stored in this list to edit a message.
To Write and Store Your Own Quick Msg Sentences
In the Quick Msg list, pick one out of the first five empty entries and select
Edit to start writing your own sentences. When done, press + (OK)
or N to save the sentence. The screen will return to the Quick Msg list
showing the sentence stored in the selected entry.
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To Access a Quick Msg Sentence You Wrote
In the Quick Msg list, scroll to a desired sentence you wrote and press
+ (SELECT) or N, or press a corresponding number key to select.
The following will appear:
View
Displays the entire sentence. Then you can modify the sentence into the
message you want. When finished, press + (OK) or N to choose to send
or save the message. This option has the same submenu as Edit in Inbox
(2-1).
Send
You can send the message to one or more recipients. You can do this the
same way as described on page “Single Recipient” on page 80.
Edit
Modify the sentence. When finished, press + (OK) or N to save the
modified sentence to its Quick Msg entry.
Delete
Delete the sentence. When done, the entry where the sentence was
previously stored will become blank.
To Access a Preset Quick Msg Sentence
In the Quick Msg list, scroll to a preset sentence you want and press +
(SELECT) or N, or press a number key to select from sentences 6~9.
Then choose View or Send. Operations are the same as described above.
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SMS Chat (2-4)
You can engage in a peer-to-peer chat session by writing short messages
to another mobile phone user. If the recipient’s phone does not support
this feature, the chat will be shown as simple text messages on the
recipient’s screen. There are three ways of initiating a chat session:
• You can select a previously received message in Inbox (2-1) and
choose Start Chat to set up a chat session.
See “Start Chat” on page 78.
• When someone invites you to a chat by sending you a chat
message, or when she/he accepts your chat invitation by replying to
your chat message, the chat prompt will pop up showing her/his
name followed by a message. Then you can choose to join the chat
or reject the chat by pressing a corresponding soft key.
• If you select the SMS Chat menu to initiate a chat session,
select Start Chat (2-4-1):
1
Enter a nickname you’d like to use during a chat.
2
Enter the message you wish to send and press + (OK) or N.
3
Enter the phone number of the person you want to chat with and
press + (OK) or N to send the message to invite the recipient to a
chat.
When you have sent a chat message, the message is displayed on
the screen as nickname:>message. You can continue the chat by
sending another message.
4
To leave the chat session screen, press - (QUIT). You can come
back to this SMS Chat menu and choose Resume Chat to go on with a
chat session, or choose End Chat to terminate a chat session.
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When you are interrupted by an incoming call during a chat session:
You can press N to answer the call. Upon ending the call, the screen
returns to idle. Then you may resume the chat session by selecting
Resume Chat from the SMS Chat menu.
You can press P to reject the incoming call and continue the chat by
selecting Resume Chat from the SMS Chat menu.
You can choose View History (2-4-2) from the SMS Chat menu and view a
chat log. You can also erase the log data by choosing Erase History (2-4-3).
Drafts(2-5)
You can use this function to read the messages you saved. After entering
this option, you will see the record of the last saved message showing its
phone number and record number. Scroll the records until the one you want
appears on the screen. Then press + (SELECT) or N to view the message.
When finished, press + (OPTION) or N to choose from the following:
Launch
This option is available only when an outgoing message contains a URL.
The handset is able to recognise both http://www.hellomoto.com and
www.hellomoto.com as URLs. Choose Launch, and your handset will start
up the web browser to reach the web address.
Send
Sends the message to one or more recipients. You can do this the same
way as described on page 80.
Use Number
Displays and uses the phone number of the message.
Operations and sub-menu are the same as those of Use Number in Inbox
(2-1). See page “Use Number” on page 81.
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Delete
Delete the selected message.
When done, Deleted Read Next? will appear. If you want to read the next
message, press + (OK) or N. If you want to exit, press - (QUIT) or P.
Edit
Operation and sub-menu are the same as those of Edit in Inbox (2-1).
Extract Media
If there is a multimedia file in the message, you can extract it.
See “Extract Media” on page 82 for more information.
Voice Mail (2-6)
You can call the voice mailbox provided by your operator and listen to the
voice mail left by a caller.
Once your voicemail box receives a message, u appears in the center
of the screen.
1
Press + or N to return to idle, you will find I on the screen
indicating a voice mail is waiting at line 1.
(6 will appear if line 2 is active).
2
Press and hold * to dial the voice mailbox number directly, or
enter this menu option to do so.
Note: All voice mail icons and operations are network support dependent.
2. For how to designate the active line, please see “Active Line (4-2)” on
page 97.
Call (2-6-1)
Dial the voice mailbox number to listen to the voice mail.
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Edit (2-6-2)
You can modify your voice mailbox number. Enter the voice mailbox
number provided by your operator and press + (OK) or N.
Broadcast (2-7)
You can receive cell broadcast offered by your network operator, and
choose preferred topics and languages.
Receive (2-7-1)
Choose whether or not to receive the cell broadcast provided by your
operator.
Topics (2-7-2)
Display the topics of the broadcast message.
After you select this option, No Topics Add Topic? will appear if no topics have
previously been saved. Press + (OK) or N and enter the topic you want.
If you have previously entered a topic, that topic will appear on the screen
when you select this item. You can then choose to add a new topic, edit or
delete the saved one.
Language (2-7-3)
Display broadcast messages only in the languages you select.
Scroll the languages and press + (SELECT) or N to select.
Msg Settings (2-8)
This menu includes several options to adjust the message settings:
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Route Center (2-8-1)
This option stores the phone number of the message center. The
message you send is transmitted via this message center to the recipient.
Enter the message center number provided by your operator and press
+ (OK) or N to save the number.
Valid Period (2-8-2)
You can select the length of time that your text messages are stored in the
message center while the message center attempts to deliver them.
Reply Path (2-8-3)
You can ask the network to set the route of the reply message via your
own message center. If you set this function on and send a message to
someone and the person replies, the reply message will follow the path of
the previous message that you sent.
Notification (2-8-4)
If you activate this function, your network operator will send you a delivery
report.
Format (2-8-5)
You can ask the network to convert your text message into different
formats. Select from the following formats: Text, Paging, E-Mail, Fax,
Voice, ERMES, Telex and Grp4 Fax.
Delete All (2-9)
Delete all messages.
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N Media Library (3)
Multimedia files are stored in the media library.
Note that the send option in this section depends on the recipient’s mobile
phone model. If the recipient’s phone does not support the format, he/she
may not be able to enjoy the multimedia files you send over.
There is also space limit for the storage of the files, and once you have
reached the limit, the old files have to be deleted or overwritten to make
space for new files.
Picture Library (3-1)
There are 30 preloaded pictures. You can download or receive new
pictures from the internet or other mobile phone users, and store them
here. If you enter this option for the first time, you have the following two
options:
Download New
When you select this option, your phone will initiate a WAP session and
take you directly to the Web site you assign in the Setup section
(see below). Then you can download the picture you want from the site.
After downloading, the screen returns to the picture list, and you will see
the name of the picture. You can then select this new picture from the list,
then press N to enter the option menu:
Save as Screensaver - Use the picture as the Screensaver.
Save as Logo - Use the picture as the Logo for the idle screen.
Save as Wallpaper - Use the picture as the background for the idle screen.
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Send - Send this picture to someone else. When you select this option, you
will be directed to the message-composing screen, and you will see your
desired picture inserted at the very beginning of the message.
Finish the message as you do with a standard SMS message.
Rename - Rename the picture.
Delete - Delete the picture.
Setup
When you select this option, you will be asked to type in a URL for
downloading. After you finish it, you have to go to Download New to initiate a
WAP session to connect to the desired Web site.
Animation Library (3-2)
There are 15 pre-stored animations in the Library:
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Animation
c
f
k
l
i
g
0
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Meaning
I am ironic/flirty.
I am glad.
I am skeptical.
I am sad.
Wow!
I am crying.
I am winking.
No.
8
Animation
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
m
d
a
h
j
b
e
n
Meaning
I am laughing.
I am indifferent.
In love/kissing.
I am confused.
Tongue hanging out.
I am angry.
Wearing glasses.
Devil.
After you select an animation, you have the following options:
Download New
When you select this option, your phone will initiate a WAP session and
take you directly to the Web site you assign in the Setup section
(see below). Then you can download the animation you want from the site.
After the downloading is successful, the screen returns to the animation
list, and you will see the name of the animation displayed in the list.
You can then select this new animation from the list and decide what to do
with the animation. See below for functions available.
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Setup
When you select this option, you will be asked to type in a URL for
downloading. After you finish it, you have to go to Download New to initiate a
WAP session to connect to the desired Web site.
Save as ScreenSaver
Use this animation as your screensaver.
Send
Send this animation to someone else. When you select this option, you will
be directed to the message-composing screen, and you will see your
desired animation inserted at the very beginning of the message.
Finish the message as you do with a standard SMS message.
Rename
Rename the picture.
Delete
Remove this animation from the Library. You cannot, however, delete any
of the 15 pre-stored animations.
Melody Library (3-3)
There are 10 pre-stored melodies: ChimesHigh, ChimesLow, Ding, TaDa,
Notify, Drum, Claps, Fanfare, ChordHigh, and ChordLow. These are not
modifiable. You can also compose your UserRings. These ten tunes can
also be used as your ring tone when a call comes in. Use New to compose
your own tune. Once you have reached the storage limit, you will not see
the New option again before you delete at least an entry.
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New
This function allows you to compose ring melodies of your own using the
available musical notes stored in your phone memory.
When you select the empty ring, the following scale will appear:
Composing a Melody
To set the note length - Press a corresponding number key to place the
musical note of a desired length on the scale. (See the table below.)
To set the pitch of a note-c, d, e, f, g, a, b and the octave - When the note
of a particular length appears, press the same corresponding number key
several times to move the note up and down on the scale.
Press # to add ó (not available for e, b).
Press S to move the cursor between notes.
Press - to delete a note. Press and hold - to delete all notes.
Note: The maximum duration of a score is 24 seconds. No further note
entry will be allowed once this limit is reached.
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Keypad mapping
The table below shows which keys to use to enter musical notes of
different length and symbols:
Key
Note length
1 1/32
2 1/16
3 1/8
4 3/16
5 1/4
6 3/8
7 1/2
8 3/4
9 1
0 Rest
Note symbol
Ñ
à
â
ä
ã
å
ç
é
è
ÉÄáòô
Note Symbol
(inverted)
Ö
î
ï
ñ
í
ì
ê
ë
è
(Press the same key repeatedly to
produce the desired rest note.)
# Sharp
ó
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ó
Settings
When you finish composing the score of a melody, press + or N to
choose from the following:
Play - Play the melody you just composed.
Save Tone - Save the melody.
Edit - Edit the score of the melody.
Rename - Change the name of the melody.
You must save the melody before you change its name.
Timebeat - You can adjust the beat of the melody to Lento, Medium,
Allegro, or Presto.
Note: Before you adjust the beat of the tune, you have to save the melody
first. Next choose to Edit the tune, and then you can adjust Timebeat.
After you save a melody, you have the following options:
Save as Ring Tone - Assign the melody as your ring tone.
Send Melody - Send this melody to someone else. When you select this
option, you will be directed to the message-composing screen, and you
will see your desired melody inserted at the very beginning of the
message. Finish the message as you do with a standard SMS message.
Note: This option is network-support dependent.
Edit - Edit the tune.
Rename - Rename your melody.
Delete - Delete this melody.
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K Call Services (4)
Call Services provide several options to manage your calls.
Note: Functions under this menu are network-support and subscriptiondependent.
Call Divert (4-1)
You can choose from the following call divert modes as needed.
Divert All (4-1-1)
Divert incoming voice calls to a designated phone number.
Activate
Divert calls to your voice mailbox or to a designated phone number, then
enter the phone number to divert to and press + (OK) or N. When you
divert calls, q or 7 will appear, depending on which line you divert.
8 will appear if you divert both line1 and line2. (To designate the active
line, see “Active Line (4-2)” on page 97.)
Cancel
Disables this function.
Status
Shows the status of this function.
When Busy (4-1-2)
Incoming calls are sent to a designated number when your phone is busy.
Settings are the same as those for Divert Voice.
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If No Reply (4-1-3)
When an incoming call is not answered, it will be sent to a designated
phone number. Settings are the same as those for Divert Voice.
Unreachable (4-1-4)
When the phone is off or located outside the network service area,
incoming calls will be sent to a designated number. Settings are the same
as those for Divert Voice.
Cancel All (4-1-5)
Cancels all call divert settings.
Active Line (4-2)
Note: Network-support dependent.
This function allows you to use two different telephone numbers on one
phone. You can designate the number used to make a call and use both of
these numbers simultaneously to receive calls without having to use two
phones to do so.
Choose Line or Line 2. The icon of the line you selected (P or Q) will
appear on the idle screen.*
Call Waiting (4-3)
When you are on another call and an incoming call is directed to your
phone, an incoming call number and a call-waiting message will appear to
remind you. Choose to activate, cancel or check the status of this function.
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Show Number (4-4)
You can decide whether or not to show your number on the recipient’s
phone when you make a call:
Preset (4-4-1)
Whether the recipient’s phone will display your number depends on the
default setting on the network side.
On (4-4-2)
The recipient’s phone will show your number when you send a call.
Off (4-4-3)
Your phone number will not appear on the recipient’s phone.
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U Settings (5)
This menu allows you to program the phone’s various settings as needed.
ScreenSaver (5-1)
This function allows you to set a screensaver for your handset.
If you set a screensaver for your handset, it will start up automatically
when you initiate the keypad lock, or when you idle more than forty seconds
under the idle screen.
On
When you select ON, you will be given the following options: you can
choose between two pre-defined screensavers (Animation 1&2), or you
can choose something from the Picture Library and the Animation Library.
Off
Turn the screensaver off.
Lights (5-2)
This function allows you to set Funlight patterns that appear during powerup and idle modes. You can also use this function to change your backlight
colour and adjust the duration of the backlight. The backlight will be turned
on the moment the phone receives calls, messages, etc., or when you
touch any key on the keypad.
Power up Backlight (5-2-1)
Choose the Backlight pattern for the phone when you turn on the power.
Idle Pattern (5-2-2)
Choose the Backlight pattern for the phone whenever the idle display
appears.
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General Backlight (5-2-3)
Choose the Backlight for all other situations.
Backlight Duration (5-2-4)
Select a desired time period (15, 30, or 60 seconds) or choose to turn the
backlight off.
Browser Setup (5-3)
To successfully get online using your phone, you need to subscribe to
WAP services available from your network operator or Internet Service
Provider (ISP), and adjust WAP settings accordingly.
Proxy Setting (5-3-1)
Necessary settings for mobile Internet access are adjusted here.
You have profile 1-3 to choose from. For example, if you select Profile 1:
Note: Profile 2 and 3 have the same sub-menu as profile 1.
Profile 1
Press + (SELECT) or N, and the following options will appear:
Activate - Set Profile 1 as default.
Data Info - Enter the following account information provided by your ISP.
Phone #: The number that your phone will dial to access the Internet.
Your ISP provides this number.
User: Your user ID, provided by your ISP.
Password: key in the password provided by your ISP.
Baud Rate - The default setting is 9600(bps), which is the standard data rate
for GSM phones.
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Line Type - The type of call you make to your ISP. The default setting is
ISDN.
Primary Data: The IP address of the gateway (ISP main server)
through which you access the Internet. Enter the IP provided by your
service provider.
Secondary: The backup IP, if available. The backup IP will be used if
the main server does not respond during dial-up.
Home page: Specify the home page by entering its web address.
If the network service provider has set their default home page,
however, the page you specify here will not appear. You can also
specify a home page in the Browser menu. See page 55.
The home page you specify in the Browser menu has priority over
the page you specify in this option.
Edit Profile Name: You can change the profile name here.
Idle Time Out (5-3-2)
You can specify the time the phone waits before hanging up if it detects no
Internet activities. Minimum: 30 seconds; Maximum: 1000 seconds.
Clear Cache (5-3-3)
The cache serves as a temporary memory that stores last browsed web
contents. Clear the cache will erase all web contents stored in it.
Security (5-4)
This option ensures the security of your phone by setting PIN check,
phone code, SIM lock etc., as well as limitations on particular outgoing and
incoming phone calls.
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Code Status (5-4-1)
PIN code
Activate/Deactivate the PIN code.
Select On or Off. When you change the PIN code status, you will be
prompted to enter PIN.
Phone Code
Activate/Deactivate the phone code. The phone code helps prevent
unauthorised use of your phone. When this function is on, you must enter
your phone code every time you turn on your phone. There is no limitation
on the number of wrong attempts when you enter the phone code.
Select On or Off. When changing the phone code status, you must enter
your phone code.The default phone code is 1234.
Change Code (5-4-2)
PIN Code
You can change your PIN. You need to activate your PIN as described in
5-2-1 before changing your PIN. First, enter the original PIN and press +
(OK) or N. Then enter the new PIN and press + (OK) or N.
Enter the new PIN again and press + (OK) or N to confirm.
PIN2 Code
You can change PIN 2 code the same way you change your PIN.
When you enter a wrong PIN2 code three times in a row, you need to
enter the PUK2 code to unblock PIN2, if so provided by your operator.
Phone Code
You can change your phone code in the same way you change your PIN.
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Network Code
You can change the network password in the same way you change your
PIN.
Fixed Dial (5-4-3)
You can set limitations on the numbers you can call.
Notes:
• You must obtain your PIN2 before you can use this feature.
• If you enter a wrong PIN2 code three times in a row, you need to
enter the PUK2 code to unblock PIN2, if so provided by your
operator.
View
You can view the fixed-dial numbers you set.
Set Status
Enables/disables this feature. You will be prompted to enter PIN2 when
you activate this feature.
Modify
You need to enter PIN2 before you can add, edit and delete the records of
your fixed-dial numbers. You can also send your fixed-dial number as
Vcards.
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SIM Lock (5-4-4)
With this function, you can prevent unauthorised use of the phone with
unknown SIM cards.
After you set this function on, if the SIM card in your phone is not the one
used to enable this function, Insert Correct SIM will appear after you power
on and enter the PIN. Press N and enter the unlock code. If the unlock
code entered is correct, the phone will recognise the SIM card
automatically. The next time you power on your phone with this newly
recognised SIM card, you will not be prompted to enter the unlock code
again. However, if the unlock code entered is incorrect, the display will
show Insert Correct SIM again, and the phone will function as if the SIM
card were not inserted. Your phone can recognise up to 3 different SIM
cards.
Note: There is a limit of 10 wrong attempts before your phone gets
blocked and becomes unusable.
Set Status
Enables/disables the SIM lock. You need to enter the unlock code first
before you change the SIM lock status. (The default unlock code is
00000000.)
Change Code
Change the unlock code. You will be prompted to enter the original unlock
code first. Enter the original unlock code and new unlock code twice and
press + (OK) or N. The length of the code may vary from 1 to 8 digits,
depending on your setting.
Call Barring (5-4-5)
You can set up limitations to restrict outgoing or incoming calls.
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All Outgoing
Bars all outgoing calls. Options are as follows:
Activate - Enter the password provided by your network operator and
press + (OK) or N to enable this function.
Cancel - Enter the password provided by your network operator and press
+ (OK) N to disable the function.
Status - Show the status of this function.
Int’l Out
Bars all outgoing international calls. Settings are the same as those for
All Outgoing.
Int Exc Home
Bars outgoing international calls except calls that are connected to home
country. Settings are the same as those for All Outgoing.
All Incoming
Bars all incoming calls. Settings are the same as those for All Outgoing.
In When Roam
Bars incoming calls when roaming (when you are traveling abroad).
Settings are the same as those for All Outgoing.
Cancel All
Cancels all call barring settings. Enter the password provided by your
network operator and press + (OK) or N.
Change Code
Change the password for the Call Barring feature.
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Key Lock (5-4-6)
You can activate the keypad lock to prevent unintentional key-in actions,
say, when you put your phone in a bag. In idle, you can press and hold
# to activate the lock. When the lock is enabled, S will appear at the
bottom of the idle mode screen. You still can answer phone calls by
pressing N. To unlock, press + (Unlock) or N, then press *.
Auto KeyLock
The key lock will be activated approximately 30 seconds after you set this
mode on.
Lock now
Activate the key lock immediately.
Off
Disable the function.
Input Mode (5-5)
Set the default input mode as smart input or ABC input. For more information
on these two modes, see page 38.
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Initial Setup (5-6)
Set Time & Date (5-6-1)
Sets current date and time to be displayed on the idle screen.
To set the date:
1
Use number keys to enter year, month and day.
2
Press + (OK) or N to confirm. To set current the time (in 24 hr
format), use S to enter the hour, then press 0 and enter the
minute the same way. (You can also use number keys to type the
exact time directly.)
3
To clear digits, press - (DELETE).
Language (5-6-2)
You can select the language used to display information. The language
you choose will be stored in your phone memory. The language setting will
remain the same as the one used when the phone was turned off last time
regardless of any SIM card inserted as long as you don’t use the Automatic
mode. (Automatic uses the SIM card’s default language setting.)
Auto Redial (5-6-3)
If you make a call that is not answered, your phone will redial the number
continuously. Your phone will redial up to 10 times before the call is
answered. Choose to turn this function on or off.
Menu Style (5-6-4)
Choose to view your menu in zoom or desktop interface. For more
information on two different interfaces, see page 58.
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Restore (5-6-5)
Reset all settings to default. Enter the phone code (the default phone code
is 1234) and press + (OK) or N twice to confirm.
Network (5-7)
When turning on your mobile phone, the phone automatically connects to
the designated network operator. This menu allows you to select an
appropriate network operator and system as needed.
Automatic (5-7-1)
The phone will perform another network operator search after this function
is selected.
Manual (5-7-2)
The phone lists the available network operators for you to choose from.
It may take a few seconds for the phone to search available networks
before you can see the list.
Band (5-7-3)
Choose the frequency band for the GSM radio standard as needed.
If you select Automatic, your phone will detect the network environment
and select an appropriate network system automatically. You can also
connect your phone to a GSM 900 or GSM 1800 network by choosing
900 MHz or 1800 MHz.
Time Alert (5-8)
Your phone will beep every minute during a call. Select On or Off.
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User Group (5-9)
Note: Network support/ subscription dependent.
The Closed User Group (CUG) service enables users to form closed user
groups to and from which access is restricted. A user may be a member of
one or more CUGs. Members of a particular CUG can communicate with
each other but cannot speak, in general, with users outside the group.
For details on this function, consult your network operator.
Preset (5-9-1)
Enables CUG service with default CUG number which is preset by your
network operator.
On (5-9-2)
Enter the CUG number to enable the CUG service.
Off (5-9-3)
Disable the CUG service.
Other Info (5-10)
Flex Option (5-10-1)
View the software tool version. The software tool is used for software
downloading.
S/W Version (5-10-2)
View the current software version in your mobile phone.
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T Games (6)
Your phone contains several games that you can play between phone
calls.
Snake (6-1)
Your goal is to make the snake grow longer by feeding it with as many
goodies as possible. Use the following keys to direct the snake to a goody:
• 2 - up
• 8 - down
• 6 - right
• 4 - left
•
S - !clockwise/"anti-clockwise
The longer the snake, the higher the score. You are not allowed to stop the
snake or make it go backwards. When the snake hits its own body or the
surrounding frame, a game is over. Then the screen will show your score.
After you select this game, you will see the following:
Continue - This option is available only when you have paused a game.
Choose this option to resume your game.
New Game - Start a new game.
Last View - This option is available only when you have finished a game.
You can choose this to see the screenshot of the last scene in your
previous game.
Level - Set the difficulty level of the game.
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Top Score - Show the highest score for all games ever played on the
handset.
Instructions - Read the instructions for the game.
Tetris (6-2)
Tetris is a deceptively simple, completely addictive electronic puzzle
game. The object of the game is to position the falling shapes, called
“Tetraminoes,” across the bottom of a rectangular pit. Tetraminoes are
shapes created from 4 blocks joined together into 7 different patterns.
Rules of the Game:
The Tetraminoes must be rotated as they fall and positioned across the
bottom leaving no open spaces.
When an entire horizontal line fills with blocks, the line clears from the
screen.
If lines are not completely filled with blocks, they will not clear from the
screen, and the Tetraminoes will continue to stack up higher and higher.
If the stack of Tetraminoes reaches the top, the game is over.
Use the following keys to move a falling piece:
• N or 5 - rotate a falling Tetramino
•
S, 2, and 8 - move a falling tetramino to the right or to the
left
• 6 - drop down a tetramino
(if you don’t want to wait for it to reach the bottom)
The menu options in this game are the same as those in Snake.
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Numbers (6-3)
Your goal is to rearrange the numbers in the correct order shown below.
Use the following keys to move the numbers:
• 2 - up
• 8 - down
• 6 - right
• 4 - left
•
S - up and down
While playing, the screen will show the time and steps you take:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
The menu options in this game are exactly the same as those in Snake.
Brick (6-4)
The object of this game is to break an entire set of bricks using a ball and
a racket. When you have broken all of the bricks, you advance to the next
level with a new set of bricks to break.
How to Play:
Start a game by pressing N or 5 to fire the ball. The ball moves
through the screen, bouncing in different directions after hitting the frame
or the bricks. When the ball hits a brick, the brick disappears.
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Use 6 (right) and 4 (left) to move the racket horizontally across the
screen bottom. You can also press and hold these keys to move the racket
without stopping. When the ball reaches the bottom, you must hit it to
make it bounce towards the bricks.
Change the direction in which the ball bounces by hitting the ball in a
particular angle.
You have three credits for each game. If the ball goes past the bottom,
you lose a credit. The game ends when you lose all your three credits.
The more bricks you break, the more points you score.
A falling object may appear when the ball hits the bricks. You can tell what
the object means by looking at the icon shown at the bottom right of the
screen, which helps you decide whether to catch or dodge the object.
Screen Icons:
The skull warns you to dodge a deadly falling object.
If the object hits your racket, you lose one credit.
The key r tells you to catch a falling object for access to the next level
directly.
The dollar sign $ tells you to get a falling object for bonus.
The missile tells you that catching the object will make the ball bounce
faster.
The symbol s indicates that catching the object will shorten the racket.
The symbol t indicates that catching the object will lengthen the racket.
The menu options in this game are the same as those in Snake.
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Five Stone (6-5)
This is a two-player game. You will be playing against your phone.
One player has black stones; the other has white stones. The two players
make moves in turn. A move is placing a stone on an intersection.
A player wins the game if there are exactly 5 consecutive stones of his/her
colour on the board in the horizontal or vertical or diagonal direction.
Starting the Game:
Before playing a game, you should decide which side plays first by
choosing from the following options under New Game:
Handset
Your handset plays first.
Player
You play first.
Move the cursor as follows:
• 2 - up
• 8 - down
• 6 - right
• 4 - left
• 1 - upper left
• 9 - bottom right
• 7 - bottom left
• 3 - upper right
Press N or 5 to place a stone; press - to undo one step.
The menu options in this game are exactly the same as those in Snake.
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Box World (6-6)
The object of this puzzle game is to get rid of all the boxes. This is done by
pushing each of them onto a fixed round black object. When you finish
pushing all boxes onto the black objects, you pass the box world of the
current level, and you can proceed to a new game of the next level.
Move the pusher using the following keys:
• 2 - up
• 8 or 5 - down
• 6 - right
• 4 - left
•
S - up and down
Press - to undo one move.
Press N to play the game all over again.
Press * to access the current status about this game, which includes:
The number of the user’s moves in this game.
The least moves taken in a previous game.
The menu options in this game are exactly the same as those in Snake.
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L Alert Setting (7)
You can adjust the alert and audio settings of your phone here.
Alert Profiles (7-1)
This feature allows you to customise such audio settings as ring tones,
vibration, ring volume, etc. to suit a variety of occasions. When you are in
this menu, you will see a list of profiles. You can customise the settings of
each profile and activate one of these profiles for a special event or
situation.
General (7-1-1)
Activate
Activates settings of the General profile.
Customise
This menu allows you to customise the following as needed:
Note: When you select the None setting in Caller Group, profile settings will
be used.
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Alerts
Option
Vibracall
Description
Set vibration mode:
Ring Only - Turn off vibration mode.
Vibrate and Ring - Handset rings and vibrates
simultaneously when call comes in.
Vibrate Only - The handset vibrates without
ringing when a call comes in. G appears at
the top of the idle screen when you select this
mode.
None - The handset will not vibrate.
Ring Type
Select a ringing mode from a variety of
melodies. Scroll the options and listen to the
highlighted melody. Then press + (SELECT)
or N to confirm your choice.
Ring Volume
Adjust the ring volume level. There are 5 levels
to choose from. Press S to change the ring
volume level and press + (SELECT) or
N to confirm.
SMS Alert
Select the alert tone for incoming short
messages. Your phone will make the tone you
set when a short message has been received.
Funlights
Select the backlight effect for incoming calls.
Keypad Tone
This setting determines whether keypad tones will be sounded.
Choose On or Off.
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Answer by
Two modes are available to answer incoming calls:
Option
Any Key
Description
Incoming calls can be answered by pressing
any key.
Note: M cannot be used to answer incoming
calls even when the Any Key answering mode
is activated.
Send Key
Calls can be answered by pressing N.
Connect Beep
This function allows your phone to beep, vibrate or flash backlight when
the recipient answers your call.
Silent (7-1-2)
Settings are predefined for occasions where silence is required (e.g.,
vibration on, ringer mode off, keypad tone off, etc.). This is the only profile
that you can not make any adjustment to.
Meeting (7-1-3)
Settings are predefined for the circumstances of a meeting. (e.g., vibration
on, ringer mode on, etc.). You can adjust the settings in the same way you
adjust General.
Outdoors (7-1-4)
Settings are predefined for outdoor activities (e.g., ringer volume high).
You can adjust the settings the same way you adjust General.
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Headset (7-1-5)
Settings are predefined for the occasions when the handsfree kit is
connected to your handset. You can adjust the settings the same way
you adjust General.
Personal (7-1-6)
Options are the same as under General. Adjust the settings in the same
way you adjust General.
Fun (7-1-7)
Options are the same as under General. Adjust the settings in the same
way you adjust General.
Caller Group (7-2)
Activates/deactivates the Caller Group feature.
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V Tools (8)
This sub-menu provides you with features to better your wireless life,
such as the alarm, hour minder, calendar, stopwatch, etc.
SIM Menu (8-1)
Your network operator provides this feature. Depending on your SIM card
and the services provided, there will be several extra options under this
option. However, if your network operator does not offer these services,
this item will not be displayed on the screen. For details, please contact
your operator.
Browser (8-2)
You can also access the Internet via the Quick Access menu by pressing
S in idle mode. (See page 47.) For details on how to surf the Internet,
see “The Mobile Internet” on page 50.
Date Book (8-3)
When you enter this function, a calendar will be displayed on the screen,
and the current date will be highlighted. You can use * and # to
jump to the last or next month, then press S to select date forward or
backward. If you haven’t set the current time and date yet, please do so.
See “Set Time & Date (5-6-1)” on page 107.
When a date is selected, you can press + (SELECT) or N to enter its
options:
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View Day
View the notes for the selected date. After you finish reading a note,
you can press + (SELECT) or N and choose to erase, edit, move a note
to another date, or send it as a Vcalendar.
Erase
Erase the note for the day.
Edit
Edit the note for the day.
Move Date
Move the note to another day. You will be prompted to enter the date you
want the note to be on. After entering the date, When finished, Set Alarm?
will display on the screen. If you want to enable the alarm function to
remind you, you can press + (OK) or N and set the alarm time.
If you don’t need the alarm, press - (QUIT) to save the note.
Send Vcalendar
You can send your note for the day as Vcalendar to another mobile phone
user. After choosing this option, you will be prompted to enter the number
you wish to send to, or choose a number from your Phone Book.
Make Note
First jot down the note, then press + (OK) or N to confirm.
When finished, Set Alarm? will display on the screen. If you want to enable
the alarm function to remind you, you can press + (OK) or N and set the
alarm time. If you don’t need the alarm, press - (QUIT) to save the note.
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Erase Notes
You can choose One By One and press S and N (SELECT) or + to select
and erase notes individually, or choose All to erase all notes.
View All
You can scroll and view the list of all notes. When you finished reading a
note, you can press + (SELECT) or N and choose to delete, edit the note,
move the note to another date, or send it as Vcalendar.
Select Date
Enter a date you want to highlight on the calendar. When the screen
highlights the date on the calendar, press + (SELECT) or N to display the
same menu of this Calendar feature.
Set Alarm (8-4)
Set the alarm clock:
Daily (8-4-1)
Set the alarm to go off daily when the alarm time is reached, even if the
handset is powered off. To set the alarm time, use S to enter the hour,
then press 0 and enter the minute the same way.
You can also press number keys to enter time. If you want to clear
numbers, press - (DELETE).
Once (8-4-2)
Sets the alarm to go off only once.
Off (8-4-3)
Turn off the alarm clock.
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Power On/Off (8-5)
This function allows you to have your phone automatically turned on and
off at specified times, helping you save battery life.
Note: Be sure to turn off the power on/off feature when traveling on an
airplane or in other situations where the use of the mobile phone is
prohibited.
Power On Time (8-5-1)
Specify a time at which your phone is automatically turned on.
Use S or number keys to enter hour and minute (24-hr format).
Power Off Time (8-5-2)
Specify a time at which your phone is automatically turned off.
Enable Always (8-5-3)
When you enable this mode, your phone will be powered on and off daily
at specified times until you reconfigure this mode.
Enable Once (8-5-4)
When you enable this mode, your phone will perform only one power-on/
power-off cycle. Your phone will remain in its current state until otherwise
instructed.
For example, suppose you set power-on time for 08:00 and power-off time
for 22:00:
• If you select Enable Once at 12:00 while leaving your phone on, the
phone will power off at 22:00 and then power on again at 08:00 and
remain on.
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• If you select Enable Once at 06:00 and then turn the phone off, the
phone will power on at 08:00 and power off again at 22:00.
It will remain off until manually turned on again.
• If you select Enable Once at 06:00 but keep the phone on, the phone
will remain on until 22:00. At 08:00 the next day, the phone will power
on and remain on until manually turned off.
Disable (8-5-5)
Disable all scheduled power on/off settings.
Stopwatch (8-6)
This function allows you to use your phone as a stopwatch.
Press N to start/stop the stopwatch. When the stopwatch is on, you can
press O to save one record at a time, and the screen will show the record
number being saved. The stopwatch can store up to 9 records. When the
stopwatch stops, use S to check the records. To reset, press N to stop
first then press -. To exit from the stopwatch, press P.
Auto Time Zone (8-7)
Note: This feature is network-support dependent.
If you travel to a city in a different time zone, your operator will send you a
reminder of the city’s local time zone asking you if you’d like to reset the
time shown on your handset, so your handset can display the exact local
time.
On (8-7-1)
The time displayed on your handset will be reset automatically according
to your operator’s time zone reminder.
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Confirm (8-7-2)
The handset will ask for your confirmation before it resets its time display.
Off (8-7-3)
Your phone will continue to display the local time of your home country,
ignoring the time zone reminder from your operator.
Hour Minder (8-8)
Set the hour minder. After you activate this feature, the phone beeps once
an hour like a digital watch.
Calculator (8-9)
You can use your phone as a handy calculator. You can also use this
feature to convert currency values.
Using the Calculator Feature
In this option, a cursor will appear at the upper left of the screen.
Follow the chart below to enter numbers and arithmetic symbols.
Key
1
Number/
Function
1
Key
Number/Function
9
9
2
2
0
0
3
3
*
+-*/
4
4
#
.()
5
5
-
Clear number/back to
previous screen
6
6
N
Display result
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Key
7
8
Number/
Function
7
8
Key
Number/Function
S
Move the cursor
P
abort operation/exit
calculator
Converting Currency Values
1
When the calculator appears, press + (OPTION) or N.
2
Select Exchange Rate and press + (SELECT) or N.
3
Choose Local to Foreign or Foreign to Local to set the exchange rate.
If you set Local to Foreign as “2”, for example, the rate in Foreign to Local
will become “0.5” automatically, and vice versa.
4
When the rate is set, press + (OK) or N to return to the calculator
screen.
5
Enter the sum you want to convert and press N.
6
Choose To Local or To Foreign to see the converted figure.
According to the rate above, for example, if you enter “20” and
choose To Local, the outcome will be 20*0.5=10.
If you choose To Foreign, the outcome will be 20*2=40
7
To exit from the calculator or currency converter feature, press P.
Shortcuts (8-10)
In this option, the screen will display a configuration list of 29 features as
options for you to add to the Shortcuts menu. With this configuration list,
you can create a Shortcuts menu of your own by choosing which features
you want readily available.
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Below is the configuration menu:
Option
Browser
Functionality
Connect to the mobile Internet.
ScreenSaver
Turn on/off the screensaver. See page 99.
Add Entry to SIM
Add new phone book entries to the SIM
card memory.
New Message
Write a new message.
Missed Calls
View and send/save/delete last missed
calls.
Alert Profiles
Enable/Disable settings of a selected
profile.
Date Book
Access the calendar function.
Set Alarm
Set the alarm function.
SIM Menu
Access the SIM tool kit menu provided by
your operator (network support and
subscription dependent).
Inbox
Read messages stored in Inbox.
Vibrate On/Off
Set the vibration mode.
Divert Call On/Off
Activate/ cancel/check the Divert Voice
function.
Quick Msgs
Access the listing of Quick Msgs to send a
message.
Ring Volume
Adjust ring volume.
Last Call Timer
Display the duration of the last call.
Outbox
Access the outgoing SMS message list.
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Option
Switch Line 1/2
Functionality
Switch between Line 1 and Line 2.
Recent Call Dialed
Display and call/save/delete last dialled
numbers.
Last Call Cost
Display the charge for the last dialled call.
Last Calls Received
Display and call/save/delete the numbers of
last calls received.
Find By Name
Find a number by name in the phone book.
Add Entry to Phone
Add new phone book entries to the phone
memory.
Voice Mail
Dial the voice mailbox number directly.
Phone Mute On/Off
Mute and un-mute the microphone.
Change Band
Select the band to connect to
(network dependent).
Calculator
Use the calculator feature.
Stopwatch
Use the stopwatch feature.
SMS Chat
Access the SMS Chat menu.
Games
Access the Games menu
Idle Pattern
Choose the Backlight pattern for the idle
display.
Show Number
Choose whether a recipient can view your
number when you make a call.
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Customise the Shortcuts Menu
1
Scroll to the desired item and press + (SELECT) or N to select it,
or press a number key to select corresponding item 1-9 directly.
2
When prompted to specify a location in the Quick Access menu for the
selected item, enter a location number(1-9) and press + (OK) or N.
Settings Saved will appear, indicating that the selected item has been
successfully added to the Shortcuts menu.
Notes:
• The Shortcuts menu always has exactly nine options.
• Items already listed in the Shortcuts menu will be marked by a
location number.
• You can replace any of the nine Shortcuts options with a different
preset item listed in the configuration menu.
• A preset item can be assigned to more than one location in the
Shortcuts menu.
• You can press a corresponding number key to select any of the first
9 preset items in the configuration menu.
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Care and Maintenance of Your
Phone
Notice the following to ensure the proper usage and the life of your mobile
phone:
• Keep your mobile phone and its accessories out of small children’s
reach.
• Keep your phone dry. Use your phone at a normal temperature.
Temperature higher than 55°C or lower than -20°C (higher than
131°F or lower than -4°F) may cause damage to your phone.
• Do not use or store your phone in dusty or dirty areas if possible.
• Do not disassemble the phone.
• Do not use harsh detergents to clean the phone.
• If your mobile phone or its accessories are not working properly,
contact your dealer immediately.
• Use only genuine batteries, battery chargers and accessories to
ensure the proper function of your phone and battery life.
Any malfunction or damage caused by the use of any third-party
accessories will void the product warranty.
• Keep battery contacts and the charger port at the bottom of your
phone from direct contact with conductive objects. Otherwise it may
cause a short circuit and result in danger.
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Troubleshooting
If you encounter any problems using your mobile phone, please refer to
the following table. If the problem persists, please contact your dealer.
Problem
Poor signal
reception
Possible cause
You are using your
mobile phone in a
location (e.g., in the
basement or building)
where signal is weak.
Solution
Move to a location
where signal can be
received properly.
You are using your
mobile phone in a
call-crammed time
(e.g., the rush hour).
Avoid using your mobile
phone in such time,
or try later.
You are too far from the You can ask your
base station of your
network operator for a
network operator.
service range map.
Echo or
noise
The network trunk
quality of your network
operator.
Poor local telephone
line quality.
Hang up the phone and
dial again.
You can be switched to
a better-quality network
trunk or line.
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Problem
The standby
time
becomes
short
Possible cause
The standby time
depends on the system
settings of your network
operator.
Solution
If you are in a location
where the signal is
weak, turn your phone
off for the time being.
The battery needs to be Use a new battery.
replaced.
If the phone cannot get Change your location or
connected to a network, turn off your phone
it will continue searching temporarily.
for the signal from the
base station, which
consumes battery
capacity.
Unable to
power on
Battery has run out.
Recharge the battery if
necessary.
SIM card
error
SIM card is out of order. Send it to your network
operator for test.
SIM card is not inserted Insert SIM card
properly.
correctly.
SIM card contacts are
dirty.
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Clean the SIM card
contacts using a soft,
dry cloth.
Problem
Unable to
connect to
the network
Possible cause
SIM card is invalid.
Solution
Contact your network
operator.
You are away from the
GSM service area.
Check the service area
with your network
operator.
Poor signal.
Move to another place
where signal can be
received properly.
Unable to
send a
message
Your network service
Contact your network
provider doesn’t support operator.
this service.
Unable to
make a call
You have activated fixed Cancel fixed dial
dial function.
function.
Wrong PIN
Contact your network
You have entered a
wrong PIN three times in operator, or use the
a row.
PUK code of the SIM
card if provided by your
network operator.
Unable to
charge the
battery
The battery or charger is Contact your dealer.
out of order.
The phone temperature Change the charging
environment.
goes under 5°C or
above 40°C.
Poor connection.
Check if all connectors
are connected properly.
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Problem
Possible cause
The Phone Book
Unable to
memory is full.
input data
into the
Phone Book
Unable to
choose
certain
functions
Solution
Delete some data from
the Phone Book.
Your network operator Contact your network
operator.
doesn’t support these
functions, or you are not
subscribed to them.
Charging notice
Phone does not immediately
turn on when plugging in
charger after extended period
of non-use.
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May be necessary to charge
for a certain period
(within 30 minutes).
Specific Absorption Rate Data
This model phone meets international standards for exposure
to radio waves
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver.
It is designed and manufactured not to exceed limits for exposure to radio
frequency (RF) energy.
These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted
levels of RF energy for the general population.
The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by
independent scientific organizations through periodic and thorough
evaluation of scientific studies.
The guidelines include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the
safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones employs a unit of measurement
known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
Under the guidelines for your phone model, the SAR limit is 2.0 W/kg.*
Tests for SAR are conducted in accordance with CENELEC** testing
procedures using standard operating positions with the phone transmitting
at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands.
Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power level,
the actual SAR of the phone while operating can be well below the
maximum value.
This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels
so as to use only the power required to reach the network.
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In general, the closer you are to a base station, the lower the power output
of the phone.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it is tested to
confirm compliance with the guidelines.
The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g., at the ear and
worn on the body) that conform to a uniform testing methodology
determined by an expert standards body.
The highest SAR value for this model phone when tested for use at the ear
is: 0.95 W/kg.***
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones
and at various positions, they all meet the governmental requirements for
safe exposure.
Please note that modifications to this product model could cause
differences in the SAR value for later products; in all cases,
products are designed to be within the guidelines.
* The SAR limit recommended by international guidelines (ICNIRP)
for mobile phones used by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg)
averaged over ten grams of tissue.The limit incorporates a substantial
margin for safety to give additional protection for the public and to
account for any variations in measurements.
** CENELEC is a European Union standards body.
*** Additional related information includes the Motorola testing protocol,
assessment procedure, and measurement uncertainty range for this
product.
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