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Welcome
Welcome to the world of Motorola MOTOPro devices. Your
selection, the Motorola MPx220, delivers to you simplified
communications, increased productivity and the control to
develop a superior mobile experience whether at work, at
home, on the road or at play.
Earpiece
Left soft key
Main display
Right soft key
Headset jack
Volume key
Action button
Mini SD slot
4-way navigation
key
Back key
Home key
End key
Send key
Camera button
Power button
Infrared port
Keypad
Sync/charger
port
Microphone
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Manual number: 6809489A67-A
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Contents
Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
What’s in the Box? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
About This Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installing the SIM Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Installing the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Battery Use. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Charging the Battery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Turning Your Phone On/Off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Adjusting Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Answering a Call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Learning to Use Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using the Internal Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Using the External Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Using the Home Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Using the 4-Way Navigation Key. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Using the Action Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Using the Soft Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Using the Back Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Using Menus. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Entering Text and Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Viewing Phone Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Setting Up Your Phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Setting the Time and Date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Entering Owner Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Configuring Power Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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Calling Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Redialing a Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Calling a Contacts Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Making a Call with Voice Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Making a Call from the Call History List . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Calling a Number in a Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Calling an Emergency Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Managing Call History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Calling with Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Using Voicemail. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Using Call Waiting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Putting a Call on Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Muting a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Turning the Speaker On/Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Phone Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Chat with MSN Messenger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Phone Customization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Advanced Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Synchronization with ActiveSync . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Bluetooth Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Phone Modem. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Personal Organizer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
News and Entertainment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Specific Absorption Rate Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112
Microsoft End User License Agreement. . . . . . . . . . . 114
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
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Getting Started
CAUTION: Before using the phone for the
first time, read the Important Safety and
Legal Information included in the
gray-edged pages at the back of this guide.
What’s in the Box?
Your wireless mobile phone comes with a battery, travel
charger, USB data cable, mono headset, companion CD,
user manual, product and service user data, and cables*.
You can purchase other accessories to customize your
phone for maximum performance and portability.
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Note: Additional accessories may be available depending
on product promotions.
* In-box content may vary by region.
About This Guide
This user guide describes how to use your Motorola
MPx220 to its maximum potential.
Note: In this user’s guide, “Find the Feature” always
indicates the feature's position from the Home screen.
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Optional Features
This label identifies an optional network, SIM
card, or subscription-dependent feature that
may not be offered by all service providers in
all geographical areas.
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Optional Accessories
This label identifies a feature that requires an
optional Motorola Original™ accessory.
Installing the SIM Card
Your Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card contains your
phone number, service details, and phonebook/message
information. It is stored in a recess in the battery
compartment.
Caution: Do not bend or scratch your SIM card. Avoid
exposing your SIM card to static electricity, water, or dirt.
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Action
If the phone’s battery
door is already in
place, push down the
battery door release
latch and lift the battery
door off the phone.
Note: Turn off your
Latch
phone every time when
you remove/insert the SIM card.
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2
Hold the SIM card
with the gold
contact side facing SIM card holder
down and the cut
corner on the
bottom right. Slide
the SIM card all the
Cut corner
way into the SIM
card holder.
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Action
Lift the battery up from
the bottom end and
remove it from the
phone.
Installing the Battery
You must install and charge the battery to use your phone.
Your phone is designed to use only Motorola
Original™ batteries and accessories. We
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recommend that you store batteries in their protective
cases when not in use.
Getting Started
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2
Action
Insert the battery into
the back of the
phone, with the
contacts on the top
end of the battery in
alignment with the
contacts on the
phone. Push the bottom end of the battery into
the phone until it clicks into the compartment.
Place the battery
cover back on the
phone, aligning the
tabs on the cover with
the groove on the
phone. Slide the
battery cover in the
direction shown until it locks into place.
Battery Use
Battery life depends on the network, signal strength,
temperature, features, and accessories you use.
Always use Motorola Original™ batteries and
chargers. The warranty does not cover damage
caused by non-Motorola batteries and/or
chargers.
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New batteries or batteries stored for a long time may take
more time to charge.
When charging your battery, keep it near room
temperature.
When storing your battery, keep it uncharged in a cool,
dark, dry place, such as a refrigerator.
It is normal for batteries to gradually wear down and
require longer charging times. If you notice a change in
your battery life, it is probably time to purchase a new
battery.
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Never expose batteries to temperatures below -10°C
(14°F) or above 45°C (113°F). Always take your phone
with you when you leave your vehicle.
Contact your local recycling center for proper
battery disposal.
Warning: Never dispose of batteries in a fire
because they may explode.
Before using your phone, read the battery safety
information in the “Safety and General Information” section
included in this guide.
Charging the Battery
New batteries are partially charged. Before using your
phone, charge the battery as described below. Some
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batteries perform best after several full charge/discharge
cycles.
Getting Started
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Action
Plug battery charger
connector into the
sync/charger port.
Note: The connector
is keyed and can only
be inserted 1 way.
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Plug the other end of the charger into the
electrical outlet.
Notes:
• When you charge the battery, the battery power level
indicator in the external display shows how much of
the charging process is complete. At least 1 segment
of the battery power level indicator must be visible to
ensure full phone functionality while charging. You
can use the phone during the charging process.
However, the battery will take longer to fully charge.
• Your phone will indicate a full charge before 24 hours
have passed, however, allow your phone to charge for
the full 24 hours before 1st use.
• When battery power is low, a low battery message
displays. Charge the battery immediately.
• If battery power is completely drained, the phone
turns off automatically.
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• The charging indicator may take several minutes
before appearing in the external display.
Turning Your Phone On/Off
Press
Power (p)
To
turn on or off your phone
Press
1
2
up/down
Action (A)
To
increase/decrease earpiece
volume in idle or during a call
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Adjusting Volume
Note: You can adjust the
volume only when the phone
flip is opened.
save the setting
Tip: When a call is ringing/incoming, press
ring.
to mute the
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Making a Call
There are several ways to make a call. The easiest
way is to dial a phone number from the Home screen.
Press
keypad keys
To
enter the phone number
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Send
Tip: Press Back
to delete
the last digit; press and hold
Back
to delete all digits.
make the call
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End
end the call
Getting Started
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Tip: To enter an extension, press and hold
to insert a
“P” (pause character); then enter the extension following it.
Tip: To make an international call, press and hold
to
insert a “+”; then enter the country code, area code
(omitting the starting 0), and phone number following it.
Some international calls require a 3-second pause in the
dialing sequence for the call to process successfully.
Follow the steps:
Find the Feature
3
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> Contacts
Press
To
scroll to a desired entry
Action (A)
select the entry
scroll to a desired phone
number
1
2
Start
Press
4
Edit
5
6
left/right
Menu
To
edit the phone number
move the cursor between the
numbers where you want to
insert a 3-second pause
open the options menu
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Action (A)
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Done
insert a 3-second pause
save the setting
The letter “p” appears where the 3-second pause will occur
in the dialing sequence. You can also add a “p” via text
entry.
Getting Started
scroll to Insert Pause
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Answering a Call
Caller ID
information is
matched to a
contact
Phone number
is identified as
Work number in
Contacts
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When you receive a call, your phone rings and/or vibrates
and displays an incoming call message.
Press
1
Send
To
answer the call
or
Getting Started
Accept
2
End
end the call
Tip: When Flip Answer is active, open the flip to answer the
call. (To activate, see “Use Advanced Phone Setting” on
page 64.)
Tip: When Any key answer is active, press any of the keys
except End
to answer the call. (To activate, see “Use
Phone Setting” on page 60.)
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Learning to Use Your
Phone
Using the Internal Display
The Home screen (shown) is the standard display when
you are not on a call or using the menu.
Status indicators
Service provider
Number of unread
messages
Current date
Next appointment
Ring type or
volume profile
On the Home screen, you will find:
• The top of the display shows status indicators about
your phone’s current mode.
Learning to Use Your Phone
Current time
• The center of the display shows the Home screen, as
well as icons, appointments, other types of
information, and messages.
• The bottom of the display shows the soft key
commands.
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Note: The display shown may be different based on the
specific Home screen configuration chosen.
Status indicators display at the top of your phone’s internal
screen. The following table lists common status indicators
and their meanings.
Learning to Use Your Phone
Icon
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Meaning
New email or SMS
Icon
Meaning
GPRS available
New voicemail
GPRS in use
New instant message
Roaming
Voice call active
Sync error
Data call active
Radio off
Call forwarding
Ringer off
Call on hold
Speaker
Missed call
Multi-Tap text input
mode, lowercase
Battery level
Multi-Tap text input
mode, uppercase
Low battery
Multi-Tap text input
mode, caps lock
Battery charging
iTAP text input mode,
lowercase
No battery
iTAP text input mode,
uppercase
Signal strength
iTAP text input mode,
caps lock
No signal
Numeric input mode
Using the External Display
Battery level
Signal strength
Current time
Current date
The following table lists the icons and their meanings
that appear on the external display.
Icon Meaning
Signal strength
Icon Meaning
Battery level
Battery low
Data call active
No battery
No signal
Charging
Radio off
Ringer off
You have unread new
message(s)
Speaker
You have missed call(s)
GPRS in use
Call forwarding
Roaming
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Call in progress
New instant message
When enabled, the external display shows the incoming
photo Caller ID (see “Take Picture Using Normal Mode” on
page 90).
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Your phone’s display may differ based on the specific
external LCD style chosen (see “Use Advanced Phone
Setting” on page 64).
Using the Home Key
Use the Home key to do the following:
Learning to Use Your Phone
• From the Home screen, press and hold Home
to
access the Quick List, or quickly press and release
Power (p). The Quick List displays a list of available
profile types and commands, such as turn off your
phone, turn on/off the Flight mode feature, lock your
phone’s keypad, and lock your phone.
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Note: Be aware that when the Flight mode feature is
turned on, then your phone cannot receive and make
a call, including an emergency call. In order to receive
and make a call, you must turn off the Flight mode feature
and re-engage your phone’s RF capability. Always
obey the instructions of your airline crew.
• Display the Home screen to dial a number.
• The Home screen is your starting place for most
tasks. You can easily navigate to any program or
setting from this screen. The top of the Home screen
displays the last 10 icons you browsed. Just select a
program and press Action (A) to open the program. You
can also press Start
to enter the programs on the
Start list. The Home screen also displays the current
time and date, your next appointment, your current
profile, and the number of unread messages in
Messaging. Select your next appointment and press Action
(A) to open Calendar, and you can see all of your
appointments for the day. To view Messaging, select the
messaging status showing the number of unread
messages you have, and press Action (A). To view
Contacts, press Contacts
.
• The Home screen automatically displays when you
turn on the phone or leave the phone idle, but you can
navigate to it at any time by pressing Home
.
• To change Home screen settings, see “Customize
Home Screen” on page 62.
Use the 4-Way Navigation key to navigate the menu
system, change feature settings and play games.
Tip: Down and up are your primary movements within
menus and navigation through contacts. Move left and
right to change feature settings and edit text.
From the Home screen, press
to do the following:
• Select a program at the top of the screen, and then
press Action (A) to open the program.
Learning to Use Your Phone
Using the 4-Way Navigation
Key
• Select an item in the center of the Home screen, such
as your next appointment, your profile type, or your
messaging information, and then press Action (A) to
open the program or access the settings associated
with the item selected.
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Using the Action Button
The Action button confirms your selection. Pressing
Action (A) is similar to pressing “Enter” on a keyboard. In
some cases, confirming your selection accesses a
program or setting. You can also press Action (A) to check
or uncheck a feature.
Learning to Use Your Phone
Using the Soft Keys
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The 2 Soft keys on your phone are located directly
below the display screen. Each soft key performs the
command displayed immediately above it on the
screen. Both soft keys are context sensitive — their
function changes according to the phone’s status, for
example, when in a particular application or making a
phone call.
On the Home screen:
1
Press
Left soft
key
(Start)
To
access programs in the Start
list
Tip: The phone comes preinstalled with programs that
you can start using
immediately. To install
additional programs on your
phone, refer to the Motorola
MPx220 companion CD that
came with the phone.
Press
2
Right soft key
To
access the following during
normal use:
• Contacts: displays to open
your contacts list.
• Voicemail: displays to play
a received voicemail.
• Messages: displays to read
new messages in
Messaging.
Using the Back Button
Learning to Use Your Phone
You can also use numbers to navigate quickly to programs
and settings on the phone. Press the number on the
keypad that corresponds to the number of the program or
setting you want. For example, in the Start list,
press
to open Calendar. You can also use numbers to
select menu options by pressing the number that
corresponds to the menu option in descending order. For
example, to select Filter in the list of Contacts menu options,
press
.
Press the Back button to navigate to the previous screen,
or move the cursor back to delete 1 or more characters in
a text field.
Press
1
Back
To
backspace and remove 1
character in a text field
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Press
2
Back
while
for a
To
backspace and remove
multiple characters in a text
field
Using Menus
Learning to Use Your Phone
On many screens, the Menu soft key is the Right soft key.
to display a list of options that are
Press Menu
relevant to the screen you are viewing. Selecting a
menu option will either perform the command or take
you to another part of the user interface where you can
perform the command.
Press Menu
to display
menu options
Tip: Press
up to move to the bottom of the menu.
Entering Text and Numbers
You can enter text and numbers on the phone using the
keypad. The phone supports 3 input modes for entering
text and numbers: Multi-Tap, iTAP, and Numeric. The Multi-Tap and
iTAP modes are used for entering text, and the Numeric mode
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is used for entering numbers. When you select a field that
requires text or numeric entry, the phone automatically
defaults to the appropriate input mode. The status
indicator on the top of the display shows the input mode
you are currently using.
Changing Input Modes
Action
Press and hold
until the status indicator for the
input mode you want is shown at the top of the
display.
status indicators.
Indicator
Mode
Multi-Tap text input mode, lower case
Multi-Tap text input mode, temporarily
upper case
Multi-Tap text input mode, caps lock
iTAP text input mode, lower case
iTAP text input mode, temporarily upper
case
iTAP text input mode, caps lock
Numeric input mode
Learning to Use Your Phone
The following table shows the complete list of input mode
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Entering Text in Multi-Tap Mode
You can enter a letter in Multi-Tap mode by pressing the
number key on which the letter appears. To enter the 1st
letter on the number key, press the key once. To enter the
2nd letter, press the key twice, and so on. The letter
entered remains underlined until you complete the
keypresses and the cursor moves to the next position. For
example:
Learning to Use Your Phone
Press
1
To
enter the letter s
2
enter the word hat
When you enter letters that are on the same number key,
wait until the underline disappears before entering the next
letter so that your phone can process the 1st letter. This
pause is called the Multi-Tap time out, and you can adjust the
length of the pause between keypresses.
To change the Multi-Tap time out:
Find the Feature
Press
1
2
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left/right
Done
Start
> Settings > Accessibility
To
select the time interval you
want for the pause between
keypresses under Multipress
time out
save the setting
Entering Punctuation in Multi-Tap Mode
Press
repetitively
To
scroll through common
punctuation: . , ? ! - @ : 1
Entering Numbers in Numeric Mode
Inserting Symbol
Press
1
for a while
scroll to a symbol
2
3
To
open the Pick a symbol list
Done
Tip: You can also press
select and enter the symbol
Learning to Use Your Phone
When you are in Numeric mode, press the number(s) you
want to enter on the keypad. If a field permits a
numerical entry only, such as the Work phone field in
Contacts, the input mode will automatically default to
Numeric mode. To enter an asterisk (*) or a hash sign (#),
press the corresponding key on the keypad.
to select and enter a symbol.
Using Special Key Functions
The following is a list of the keys and their corresponding
functions in input mode.
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To enter a space in Multi-Tap mode:
Press
To
enter a space
To start a new line:
Press
Action (A)
To
start a new line
Learning to Use Your Phone
To change among uppercase, lowercase, and caps
lock:
Press
To
change among uppercase,
lowercase, and caps lock
Tip: In text mode, the 1st letter of a sentence is
automatically capitalized.
Viewing Phone Information
Use About settings to display information about your
phone’s operating system, including version numbers,
copyright information and available storage.
Find the Feature
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Start
> Settings > About
Setting Up Your Phone
Setting the Time and Date
Use Date and Time settings to change the local time zone and
the current date and time, and to set the alarm.
Find the Feature
> Settings > More
Press
To
scroll to Date and Time
Action (A)
set Date and Time settings
1
2
Start
Entering Owner Information
Find the Feature
> Settings > More
Press
To
scroll to Owner Information
Action (A)
set Owner Information settings
1
2
Start
Setting Up Your Phone
Use Owner Information settings to enter and display personal
information, such as your name, phone number, and email
address. In the event that you lose your phone and it is
found, you can be contacted.
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Configuring Power
Management
Use Power Management settings to change the backlight and
display time-outs, and to check the battery level.
Find the Feature
Setting Up Your Phone
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> Settings > More
Press
To
scroll to Power Management
Action (A)
set Power Management settings
1
2
Start
Calling Features
Redialing a Number
To redial the last number called from the Home screen:
Press
Send
twice
To
place a call to the last dialed
number
As you enter a contact name, the phone searches Contacts,
Call History, Speed Dial lists, and the SIM card to find a matching
name and number.
Calling Features
Calling a Contacts Entry
Number matches contact
Number matches entry
in Call History
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Making a Call from the Home Screen
1
Press
keypad keys
To
enter the contact name
(For example, to call Scott,
press
.)
select the name from your
contacts list
Send
make the call
2
Calling Features
3
Making a Call from Contacts
You can select a person’s name from your contacts list and
to place the call. If a contact has more than
press Send
1 phone number, such as Work, Home, and Fax, the Work
phone number is set as the default.
Find the Feature
> Contacts
Press
To
scroll to the contact name to
call
Send
make the call
1
2
Start
Tip: If you have a long list of contacts, enter the 1st few
letters of a contact’s name. Your phone searches the entire
contacts list to display the name.
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Changing the Default Number for a Contact
Find the Feature
Press
1
2
left/right
Start
> Contacts
To
scroll to a desired contact
change the default number
(For example, if you change
w to m, the default number
changes from Work phone to
Mobile phone.)
Find the Feature
To
scroll to the contact to call
Action (A)
open the contact
scroll to the number you want
to call
Send
place the call
3
4
> Contacts
Press
1
2
Start
Calling Features
Making a Call to a Desired Phone Number
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Making a Call with Voice
Dialing
You can dial a phone number by speaking a word.
Note: The voice recognition application works only via the
phone directly or a wired headset attached to the phone,
but not with a Bluetooth headset.
Dialing a Phone Number by Saying the
Name Exactly Saved in Contacts
Calling Features
On the Home screen:
Action
Press and hold
2
Wait for the audio and visual cue and begin
saying Voice Dial.
Wait for the audio and visual cue and begin
saying the name exactly stored in your contacts
list.
If there is only 1 number for this contact, the
phone dials the number automatically. If there
are multiple numbers, the phone displays the
different locations and asks you which 1 to call.
Say the name of the location you want to call, for
example, Work. The phone repeats the location
and then dials the number.
3
4
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up to open Speech Recognition.
1
Changing How Voice Dial Works with Names
If you want to review and confirm names before dialing the
associated numbers, you must enable Choice Lists. After you
say a name, your phone prompts you Did you say followed by
the name that most nearly matches the name you spoke.
You can confirm the name by saying Yes or pressing
Yes
, or by selecting the correct name from a list of up
to 3 names displayed on the screen. Choice Lists is disabled
by default. To enable it, follow the steps from the Home
screen:
Press and hold
Press
1
Settings
Action (A)
Action (A)
select Choice Lists
select Name dialing
scroll to Always On
OK
save the setting
5
6
To
open the settings menu
scroll to Choice Lists
2
3
4
up to open Speech Recognition.
Calling Features
Action
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Adjusting the Name Sensitivity Setting
If the phone seldom recognizes your name commands,
follow the steps from the Home screen:
Action
Press and hold
Press
Calling Features
1
Settings
Action (A)
Action (A)
6
7
select Sensitivity
scroll to Names
4
5
To
open the settings menu
scroll to Sensitivity
2
3
up to open Speech Recognition.
down
OK
select Names
adjust the Names setting
toward Reject Less
save the setting
Changing How Speech Recognition Updates
Contacts
When you start Speech Recognition, it checks to see if you have
added or changed names in your contacts list. If the
contacts list has changed, Speech Recognition automatically
reloads the entire list of names. You can also turn off
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automatic update and then update the list manually at your
convenience. To turn off automatic update:
Action
Press and hold
Press
1
Settings
Action (A)
select Contacts Update
select Configure
scroll to Manual
OK
save the setting
Calling Features
Action (A)
5
6
To
open the settings menu
scroll to Contacts Update
2
3
4
up to open Speech Recognition.
Dialing a Phone Number by Speaking the
Number Continuously
You can dial valid 7-digit or 10-digit phone numbers
simply by speaking the number continuously, without
pausing between the digits.
Note: The phone recognizes the digits “one,” “two,” “three,”
“four,” “five,” “six,” “seven,” “eight,” “nine,” “zero,” and “oh.”
The phone cannot recognize numbers such as “1 eight
hundred” for “1 800.” Say “one eight zero zero” instead.
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On the Home screen:
Action
Press and hold
2
Wait for the audio and visual cue and begin
saying Voice Dial.
Say a valid 7-digit or 10-digit number
distinctively, without pausing between digits.
Optionally, you can say the 1st digit of the
number and the phone displays a list of up to 3
numbers and prompts you Did you say followed by
the 1st number in the list.
If the number is correct, say Yes to initiate dialing.
If the number is not correct, say No to hear the
next match or select the correct number from the
list.
3
Calling Features
up to open Speech Recognition.
1
4
Changing How Voice Dial Works with Phone
Numbers
By default, Choice Lists for Digit Dialing is enabled, which
allows you to review and confirm numbers before
dialing them. If you disable Choice Lists, the phone
automatically dials the recognized number, without
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requiring you to confirm it. To disable Choice Lists from the
Home screen:
Action
Press and hold
Press
1
Settings
select Choice Lists
scroll to Digit Dialing
Action (A)
select Digit Dialing
scroll to Always On
OK
save the setting
6
7
Calling Features
Action (A)
4
5
To
open the settings menu
scroll to Choice Lists
2
3
up to open Speech Recognition.
Customizing Digit Dialing to Your Voice
You can adapt Digit Dialing to your personal accent, if
necessary. Adaptation involves recording 12 sequences of
4 digits each to teach the system your voice.
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On the Home screen:
Action
Press and hold
Press
1
2
Settings
To
open the settings menu
Action (A)
select Digit Dialing
scroll to Adapt Digits
4
Action (A)
5
OK
select Adapt Digits
to start recording
3
Calling Features
up to open Speech Recognition.
Tip: Wait for the beep and
then repeat the digits of the
1st sequence displayed on
the screen. Then follow the
instructions on the screen to
complete the adaptation.
Making a Call from the Call
History List
The Call History list displays the last 25 calls you made,
received, or missed. Choose a name or number to call
from the list.
Find the Feature
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Start
> Call History
Press
To
scroll to the number or entry
to call
Send
place the call
1
2
Calling a Number in a Message
When you see an underlined phone number as a hyperlink
in a message, you can place a call to the phone number.
After opening a message:
To
scroll to the phone number as
a hyperlink
Action (A)
place the call
1
2
Calling an Emergency Number
Calling Features
Press
Calls to emergency service numbers can be made under
any circumstances, even if you have locked the SIM
card and/or the phone.
Notes:
• Emergency numbers vary by country. Your phone’s
preprogrammed emergency number(s) may not work
in all locations, and sometimes an emergency call
cannot be placed due to network, environmental, or
interference issues
• Be aware that when the Flight mode feature is turned on,
the phone cannot receive and make a call, including
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an emergency call. In order to receive and make a
call, you must turn off the Flight mode feature and reengage the phone’s RF capability. Always obey the
instructions of your airline crew.
Calling Features
From the Home screen:
1
Press
keypad keys
2
Send
To
dial your local emergency
number
place the call
Managing Call History
Call History displays the last 25 calls you have made,
received, and missed. Each entry in Call History contains the
start time of the call, the duration, the caller’s name, if
available, and the caller’s number. The oldest calls are
automatically deleted from the list to make room for new
calls.
Find the Feature
Start
> Call History
Tip: You can filter Missed Calls, Incoming Calls, and Outgoing Calls
by pressing Menu
, selecting Filter, and selecting the
filter you want.
Sending an Email from Call History
Press
1
40
To
scroll to a desired entry
Press
2
Menu
scroll to E-mail
3
4
To
open the options menu
Action (A)
edit and send an email to the
entry’s recipient
Creating a New Contact from a Number in
Call History
To
scroll to a desired entry
Menu
open the options menu
1
2
scroll to Save to Contacts
3
4
5
Action (A)
select Save to Contacts
Action (A)
Note: Make sure <New Item> is
highlighted.
enter the contact information
Calling Features
Press
Calling with Speed Dial
You can quickly dial phone numbers by assigning speed
dial numbers. Press and hold 1 or 2 keys from the Home
screen to make a speed dial call. Choose speed dial
entries from 2-99. The speed dial entry 1 is often reserved
to set up or dial your voicemail after initial setup.
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Note: The Speed Dial setting is available only for a phone
number stored in the phone memory.
To create a speed dial shortcut 1st:
Find the Feature
> Contacts
Press
To
scroll to a desired contact
Action (A)
open the contact
scroll to a desired phone
number
4
5
6
Menu
open the options menu
Action (A)
7
Done
select Add Speed Dial
enter the speed dial number
under Keypad assignment
save the setting
1
2
3
Calling Features
Start
keypad keys
Tip: You can also assign speed dial numbers to Web
addresses and email addresses that are stored in
Contacts of your phone.
To make a speed dial call from the Home screen:
Action
Press and hold the keypad number that you have
assigned as a speed dial number. If the keypad
assignment has 2 digits, press the 1st digit, then
press and hold the 2nd digit.
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Using Voicemail
On the Home screen:
Action
Press and hold
after initial setup.
to automatically call voicemail
Using Call Waiting
To answer the incoming call when you are talking
on the phone:
Accept
or
To
place the 1st call on hold, and
answer the 2nd call
Send
Calling Features
Press
To end the 1st call before answering the incoming call:
Press
1
End
To
end the 1st call
2
Accept
answer the 2nd call
or
Send
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Tip: If the 2nd call is answered but the caller hangs up,
press Menu
and select Unhold to rejoin the original call.
Press Send
to change between an active call and a call
that is on hold.
To reject the incoming call when you are talking on the
phone:
Press
Calling Features
Reject
To
reject the 2nd call
This will keep your current call in progress, but will reject
the Call Waiting call.
Putting a Call on Hold
While a call is in progress, you can hold the call and then
reconnect it.
Press
1
Menu
scroll to Hold
2
3
To
open the options menu
Action (A)
place the active call on hold
Tip: Select Unhold to activate
the call on hold.
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Muting a Call
You can mute the microphone for the active call. The other
party will not hear anything you say, but you can still hear
the other party.
Press
1
Menu
scroll to Mute
2
3
To
open the options menu
Action (A)
mute the active call
Turning the Speaker On/Off
Calling Features
Tip: Select Unmute to turn the
microphone back on for the
active call.
You can turn the speaker on or off during a call.
Press
1
Menu
scroll to Speakerphone/
Speakerphone Off
2
3
To
open the options menu
Action (A)
turn the speaker on/off
Tip: During an incoming or outgoing call, you can toggle
between the earpiece and speakerphone by holding down
Send
.
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Phone Features
Main Menu
This is the standard main menu layout. Menu
organization and feature names may vary on your
phone. Not all features may be available for all users.
Messaging
• Text Messages
• Outlook E-Mail *
• Media Messages *
Contacts
Calendar
Internet Explorer *
ActiveSync
Call History
Phone Features
MSN Messenger *
Settings
• Phone *
• Sounds
• Profiles
• Home Screen
• About
• Accessibility
• Beam
• Bluetooth
• Certificates
• Data Connections
• Date and Time
• Owner Information
• Power Management
• Regional Settings
• Remove Programs
• Security
• Phone Settings
Camera
Favorites Manager
File Manager
File Viewer
Games & Apps
Media Center
MMSSettings *
PhotoAlbum
Pocket MSN *
* Optional network, SIM card, or subscription-dependent feature.
# The voice recognition application works only via the phone directly or a wired
headset attached to the phone, but not with a Bluetooth headset.
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Resource Manager
• Task Manager
• Space Manager
Speed Dial
Tasks
Speech Recognition #
Voice Recorder
Windows Media
Accessories
• Calculator
• Video Camera
• Modem Link
• Video Player
Games
• Jawbreaker
• Solitaire
Use Speech Recognition or
Voice Recorder:
Press and hold
up or down
(in idle).
Take photos:
Press Start
> More >
Camera, and then press
Open Quick List:
Press and hold
Phone Features
Shortcuts
Go to dialed calls list:
Press
(in idle).
.
(in idle).
Exit menu system:
Press
.
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Messages
Feature
Compose
MMS Message
Description
Compose an MMS
message:
Start
> Messaging > Media
Messages > New
Phone Features
Add Photo/
Video to MMS
Message
Add Text
Template to
MMS Message
Tip: MMS messages are created by
combining various slides. Each
slide can consist of a photo or
video, audio (only when photos are
used), and text.
Add a still image/video clip
to your MMS message:
Highlight the Picture/Video
area > press Action (A), scroll to a
desired photo/video clip > press
Select
.
Add preset words/phrases
to your MMS message:
Highlight the Text area >
> Action (A),
press Action (A) > Menu
scroll to a desired text template >
press Select
> Done
.
Tip: To edit text templates, select a
text template, press Menu
> Edit.
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Feature
Add Preset
Audio to MMS
Message
Add Recorded
Audio to MMS
Message
Manage Slide
for MMS
Message
Preview your MMS
message before sending it:
Menu
> Preview Message
Phone Features
Preview MMS
Message
Description
Add preset audio clips to
your MMS message:
Highlight the Audio area >
press Action (A), scroll to a desired
.
audio clip > press Select
Add recorded audio clips to
your MMS message:
Highlight the Audio area >
> Capture
press Action (A) > Menu
Audio > Record
> Play
> Stop
> Done
.
Add, remove, or jump to
additional slides in your
MMS message:
Menu
> Slides
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Feature
Send MMS
Message
Description
Send your MMS message
starting from the To field:
Menu
> Recipients > Add,
choose a recipient from your
contacts list (or use keypad keys to
enter in your recipient’s phone
number/email address), highlight
the Subject field, enter in a subject of
.
your message > press Send
Phone Features
Configure
Sending
Performance
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Read MMS
Message
Tip: You can add other recipients
separated by semicolons.
Customize how your MMS
message is sent:
Menu
> Send Options
View your MMS messages
in different message
boxes:
Start
> Menu
> Messaging > Media Messages
> Folders
Tip: To view objects, scroll to a
desired one > Action (A).
Feature
Configure
MMS Setting
Description
Save the messages you
sent, download new
messages automatically,
sort messages by different
ways, define the maximum size limit
for messages that you send and
receive, set the number of times
you attempt to send your messages
before stopping, and select a type
of Internet connection:
Start
> More > MMSSettings
Configure
Complete the email
Email Account account setup before
sending and receiving
emails:
Start
> Messaging > Outlook E-Mail
> Options > Account Setup
> New
Tip: Your service provider may have
configured email settings for your
phone before you received it;
otherwise, contact your service
provider to set up your email
account.
Phone Features
> Menu
> Menu
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Feature
Receive Email
from the
Internet
Description
Receive email messages
by connecting to your
email server:
Start
Menu
Receive
Complete
Email
> Messaging > Outlook E-Mail >
> Send/Receive
Tip: To receive emails by
synchronizing Inbox, see
“Synchronization with ActiveSync®”
on page 76.
Receive emails in full,
instead of receiving only
the 1st 5 KB set by default:
> Messaging > Outlook E-Mail >
scroll to a desired email > press
Menu
> Mark for Download.
Phone Features
Start
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Feature
Receive Email
Attachment
Description
Download email
attachments (displayed as
a list of hyperlinks at the
bottom of the email
message) to your phone:
Start
> Messaging > Outlook E-Mail >
scroll to a desired email that
contains an attachment(s) > press
Action (A) > scroll to a desired
attachment > press Action (A).
Phone Features
Compose and
Send Email/
SMS Message
from
Messaging
Tip: To view downloaded
attachments, select a desired one >
press Action (A).
Compose and send an email or
SMS message from Messaging:
Start
> Messaging > Text Messages/
Outlook E-Mail > New
> enter in your
recipient’s (SMS) phone number or
email address in the To field (or
select a recipient from your contacts
> Insert
list by pressing Menu
Contact) > enter in your message >
press Send
.
Tip: To add multiple recipients,
separate each with a semicolon by
pressing
in Multi-Tap mode. You
can also press
to insert @.
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Phone Features
Feature
Compose and
Send Email/
SMS Message
from Contacts
Description
Compose and send an email or
SMS message from Contacts:
Start
> Contacts > select a contact
> select an email address or (SMS)
phone number > select Text Messages
or Outlook E-Mail for your email > enter
.
in your message > press Send
Insert
In the body or subject text field of
Predefined
your message:
Text into
Menu
> Insert Text > scroll to a
Email/SMS
desired text template > press
Message
Insert
.
Edit
Edit the predefined text:
Predefined
Start
> Messaging > Text Messages/
Text
Outlook E-Mail/Media Messages > Menu
>
Options > Edit My Text
Insert Voice
In the body text field of
Recording into your email:
Email
Menu
> Insert Recording >
Record
> Done
Tip: You can create only 1 voice
recording at a time. A new voice
recording replaces the prior
recording.
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Feature
Import SMS
Message from
Your SIM Card
to Your Phone
Read Email/
SMS Message
Description
Import SMS messages from your
SIM card to Messaging of your phone:
Start
> Messaging > Text Messages
> Menu
> Options > Import SIM Messages
Note: SMS messages are not
removed from your SIM card after
they are imported. You cannot
export SMS messages from your
phone to your SIM card.
Read your email or SMS messages,
accompanied by the icon :
Start
> Messaging > Text Messages/
Outlook E-Mail
Use Email/
SMS Message
Menu Options
Note: SMS messages cannot be
synchronized.
Delete, reply, forward your email or
SMS messages, and more:
Start
> Messaging > Text Messages/
Outlook E-Mail > Menu
Phone Features
Tip: If you want to create a contact
card for the sender, press Menu
> Save to Contacts.
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Feature
Optimize
Messaging
Phone Features
Accept
Meeting
Request
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View Email/
SMS Message
Folder
Description
Change the way your email/SMS
messages display and send, specify
how to sort your messages, create
your text phrase and signature, and
more:
Start
> Messaging > Text Messages/
Outlook E-Mail > Menu
> Options
Accept a meeting request:
Start
> Messaging > Text Messages/
Outlook E-Mail > select a meeting
request > press Accept
.
Tip: When you accept a meeting
request, the meeting immediately
appears in Calendar and a message
will be sent back to the meeting
organizer the next time you
synchronize Calendar. To synchronize
Calendar, see “Synchronization with
ActiveSync®” on page 76.
View your deleted, draft, received,
and sent messages in the different
folders:
Start
> Messaging > Text Messages/
Outlook E-Mail > Menu
> Folders
Feature
Listen to
Voicemail
Message
Description
Listen to your new voicemail
messages , press Voicemail
from the Home screen, or press and
hold
from the Home screen to
dial your voicemail service number.
Modify Sound Choose a sound alert for your
Alert for Email/ email/SMS/voicemail messages:
SMS/Voicemail Start
> Settings > Sounds
Message
Chat with MSN® Messenger
To use MSN Messenger, you need a Microsoft.NET® Passport
account unless you already have a hotmail account. To set
up a Microsoft.NET Passport account, go to: http://
www.passport.net.
Feature
Sign In MSN
Messenger
Description
Use MSN Messenger:
Start
Phone Features
When you are using MSN Messenger, the session will not time
out or end unless you end MSN Messenger; you “Accept” an
incoming voice call; an outgoing voice call is placed; the
device is turned off; or the device moves out of range.
> MSN Messenger
> Sign In
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Feature
Sign Out of
MSN
Messenger
Phone Features
Send Instant
Message
Manage MSN
Messenger
Contacts List
Description
End MSN Messenger:
End
Note: If you do not sign out
of MSN Messenger, you remain on a
data connection, which may result
in additional charges from your
service provider.
Send an IM after signing
into MSN Messenger:
Select a person you want
to send your IM > press
Send
> enter your message >
.
press Send
Tip: Use the menu options to add
text templates, invite a contact to
the ongoing chat, see who is
already chatting, or change
between chats.
Add, delete, or block/
unblock a contact in the
messenger contacts list
after signing into MSN
Messenger:
Menu
Tip: Block/unblock the selected
contact from seeing your status and
sending you messages.
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Feature
Change Your
Status
Change Your
Displayed
Name
Description
Change your status in the
messenger contacts list
after signing into MSN
Messenger:
Select your name > select a status
description.
Change your displayed
name after signing into MSN
Messenger:
Options
> Action (A) >
enter the name you want others to
see when you send IM.
Phone Features
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Phone Customization
Phone Features
Feature
Use Phone
Setting
60
Description
Set options like Call Barring
(block incoming/outgoing
calls), Call Forwarding (transfer
all/selected calls to another
number), Call Options (change phone
numbers, such as your voicemail/
SMS service center, answer
incoming calls by pressing any key),
Call Waiting, Caller ID (let your
identification be known to all callers/
only your contacts/no callers),
Channels (configure cell broadcast),
Fixed Dialing (limit your calling area to 1
or more specific phone numbers/
area codes), and Networks (identify
your current network and change
your network selection):
Start
Use Sound
Setting
> Settings > Phone
Customize the sounds for ring
tones, notifications, and reminders:
Start
> Settings > Sounds
Feature
Use Your Own
Sound
Description
Use your own sound for ring tones/
notifications/reminders:
Copy the sound file on your PC >
connect your phone to the PC >
open ActiveSync on your PC, click
Explore, double-click My Smartphone,
double-click Storage, double-click
Application Data, double-click
Sounds, paste the sound file into the
Sounds folder (create a Sounds
folder, if necessary) > on your
phone’s Home screen, press
Start
> Settings > Sounds, scroll to a
desired option to customize,
press
left/right to select the
.
Phone Features
sound file, press Done
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Feature
Use Profile
Phone Features
Customize
Home Screen
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Description
Configure how your phone notifies
you about an incoming call/
approaching appointment/arriving
message:
Start
> Settings > Profiles > scroll to
a desired profile > press Menu
> Action (A).
Tip: When a headset/car kit is
plugged into your phone, the Headset/
Car profile is used automatically. The
Speakerphone profile is automatically
selected when you activate the
speakerphone in a call.
Change the Home screen layout/
color scheme/background image/
time delay in the idle display:
Start
> Settings > Home Screen
Feature
Use Your Own
Image
Description
Use your own image for the Home
screen:
Copy the image file (with a 176x200
screen resolution for best results)
on your PC > connect your phone to
the PC > open ActiveSync on your
PC, click Explore, double-click My
Smartphone, double-click Storage,
double-click Application Data,
double-click Home, paste the image
file into the Home folder (create a
Home folder, if necessary) > on your
phone’s Home screen, press
Start
> Settings > Home Screen, under
Background image, press
left/right
Phone Features
to select the image file, press
Done
.
Change
Change the language, date, time
Regional
style of the phone, and number and
Setting
currency formatting options:
Start
> Settings > More > Regional
Settings
Set Font Size/ Configure the system font size, MultiTime-Out/Alert Tap and confirmation time-out, and
Volume
in-call alert volumes:
Start
> Settings > Accessibility
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Feature
Use Advanced
Phone Setting
Remove
Program
Phone Features
Use Favorites
Manager
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Description
Customize flip answer on or off
control, display style, and screen
contrast:
Start
> Settings > More > More > Phone
Settings
Remove programs installed on your
phone, with the exception of core
programs that came with the phone:
Start
> Settings > More > Remove
Programs
Tip: If you accidentally remove a
program from your phone, you can
find it on the companion CD to
reinstall.
Change the position of applications
to be shown on the Start list:
Start
> More > Favorites Manager >
select an application > press
up/down to move the application to
a desired position > press Action (A).
Advanced Features
Feature
Make
Conference
Call
Description
Join together all existing
calls to make a conference
call from the Home screen:
Enter a phone number for the 1st
call > press Send
> enter a
phone number for the 2nd call >
> Menu
press Send
> Conference.
Note: The 1st call is automatically
put on hold when the 2nd call is
active.
Phone Features
Tip: To break 1 call out of a
conference and make this call
active (while the rest is on hold),
press Menu
> Private > scroll to a
desired call > Action (A). Press
End
to end the active call.
Monitor Phone Keep track of your calling patterns,
Use
to help you choose a calling plan or
estimate your monthly billing:
Start
> Call History > Menu
> View
Timers
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Feature
Open
Application
with Speed
Dial
Phone Features
Open
Application by
Voice
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Description
Assign an application with a speed
dial entry; then press and hold 1 or
2 keys (entries from 2-99) from the
Home screen to quickly launch it:
Start
> scroll to a desired
application > press Menu
> Action (A) > select a speed dial
entry under Keypad assignment > press
Done
.
Tip: To launch an application with 2
speed dial digits, press the 1st digit;
then press and hold the 2nd digit.
Launch an application by speaking
a word from the Home screen:
Press and hold
up to open Speech
Recognition > say the name of the
application you want to open
preceded by Open (for example,
saying “Open Calendar”).
Note: The voice recognition
application works only via the phone
directly or a wired headset attached
to the phone, but not with a
Bluetooth headset.
Feature
View Contact
Card by Voice
Description
View a contact card saved in Contacts
by voice from the Home screen:
Press and hold
Use Speech
Recognition
Settings Menu
up to open Speech
Press and hold
up to open Speech
Phone Features
Recognition > say Name Lookup > say the
name exactly saved in your
contacts list.
Set options like Application Launcher
(customize the list of applications
that can be opened by voice),
Sensitivity > Commands (let your phone
easily or seldom recognize your
commands), Sound > Name Settings
> Speed (initiate your commands
faster or slower), and Choice Lists
> Name Lookup > Always On (review and
confirm names before your phone
retrieves contact information) from
the Home
screen:
Recognition > Settings.
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Phone Features
Feature
Use File
Viewer
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Description
File Viewer allows you to view
the documents attached,
locally stored, or stored on
your storage card without any fileconversion or loss of content. It
supports most common desktop
document formats (including PDF,
Word, Excel, PowerPoint...) and
significant image formats (such as
JPEG, GIF,
PNG...).
By default, Microsoft ActiveSync
converts documents that it
recognizes to simpler formats. With
File Viewer, this is not necessary.
Before you synchronize emails or
copy files to your phone for the 1st
time, you should disable this
conversion, or you will not be able
to open the email attachments or
copied files with File Viewer. Go to the
ActiveSync Tools > Options on your
computer, then to the Rules tab, and
click on Conversion Settings.
Uncheck “Convert files when
synchronized, copied or moved”; then
click on OK in each dialogue box.
View a document on your phone:
Start
> More > File Viewer > press
Feature
Description
to scroll to a desired folder >
press Action (A) to select the folder >
press
to scroll to a desired
folder or file > press Action (A) to
select the folder or file (repeat those
steps until your desired file is
found). Press Action (A) to launch the
document zooming mode with
displayed in the bottom right corner
of the screen > press
up/right
or down/left to zoom the selected
file in or out (press and hold
to
document scrolling mode with
displayed in the bottom right corner
of the screen > press
Phone Features
continuously magnify or minify the
size of the selected document).
Press Action (A) to switch to the
up/down/
left/right to view the different part of
the selected file (press and hold
to continuously move the
page in the desired direction).
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Feature
Description
You may also press Hide Mode
keep
or
the screen.
to
from displaying on
Note: Whether your phone is
equipped with File Viewer is subject to
your service provider.
Phone Features
Use File
Viewer Menu
Options
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Tip: To send emails with
attachments, press Start
> More
> File Manager > scroll to the file you
want to send > press Menu
> Send& Receive > Send by E-mail.
Use the context-sensitive
menu for folders or files:
• Document View/Folders:
Switch between the document
you are viewing and the entire
file structure. To go to the folder
above, tap the Up directory icon
in the corner.
• Page: Rotate the screen, fit the
size of the file to the width of
the screen (which may leave
blank areas depending on the
aspect ratio), or move to the
page of the selected document
you want to view.
Feature
Description
• Favorites: Add the selected
document to the Favorites list
where it will be displayed as a
thumbnail image or remove a
desired document from the
Favorites list by pressing Add/
Delete
.
• History: Display the file(s) you
have viewed. Press Action (A) to
open files directly from the
History list.
• Close: Exit from File Viewer.
Phone Features
• Settings: Define how long you
want the files stored on the
History list or clear the history
records immediately. You can
also select file types to
associate with File Viewer, learn
how to use File Viewer and view
the details about it.
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Phone Features
Feature
Use Keypad to
Replace File
Viewer Menu
Options
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Description
Use the keypad to zoom
pages in or out, view
different parts of pages,
navigate among pages, rotate
pages and fit the size of pages to
the width of the screen:
•
: Go to the previous page
of the selected document.
•
: Scroll the page you are
viewing up.
•
: Go to the next page of
the selected document.
•
: Scroll the page you are
viewing left.
•
: Rotate the page you are
viewing 90 degrees
counterclockwise/clockwise.
•
: Scroll the page you are
viewing right.
•
: Go to the 1st page of the
selected document.
•
: Scroll the page you are
viewing down.
•
: Go to the last page of the
selected document.
Feature
Description
•
: Fit the size of the page
you are viewing to the width of
the screen.
•
: Zoom the page you are
viewing in.
•
Use File
Manager
: Zoom the page you are
viewing out.
Manage files and folders in your
phone:
Start
> More > File Manager
Tip: It operates in 2 major views, Tree
View (displays the entire file structure
Phone Features
in the phone memory and focuses
on folder management) and List View
(displays the details of selected
folder (its sub-folders and files) and
is basically file-oriented). Select a
file or folder you want to operate on
and press Menu
to select a
command. Press Action (A) to run
the selected file.
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Phone Features
Feature
Description
Make Data Call Set up General Packet
Radio Service (GPRS),
dial-up, Virtual Private
Network (VPN), and proxy
connections so you can connect to
the Internet or your corporate/work
place network. With a data
connection, you can browse the
Web, download email, chat using
MSN Messenger, and synchronize
>
wirelessly with server: Start
Settings > More > Data Connections >
Menu
> Edit Connections > Dial-up
Connections/VPN Connections/Proxy
Connections/GPRS Connections > Menu
> Add
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Tip: Your phone has already been
configured to allow you to browse
and chat. Contact your Information
Technology (IT) manager for more
information. In addition, a GPRS
connection accesses the Internet/
MMS network/(secure) WAP
network/corporate network by using
an access point your service
provider provides.
Feature
Use Resource
Manager
Description
Manage your phone’s system
resources:
Start
> More > More > Resource
Manager > Menu
Phone Features
Tip: It consists of two features: Task
Manager (lists all applications
currently running on your phone and
you can easily activate any currently
running application, terminate
applications, and refresh the list of
currently running applications) and
Space Manager (lists all emails, SMS
messages, voice notes, speed
dials, and call history stored on your
phone’s flash memory and you can
easily delete any file and refresh the
amount of free flash memory).
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Synchronization with
ActiveSync®
Use Microsoft® ActiveSync to synchronize information on
your desktop computer/a Microsoft Exchange Server® with
the information on your phone. ActiveSync compares your
phone’s information with the information on the desktop
computer/server, and then updates all locations with the
most recent information. For more information about
synchronization, see ActiveSync Help on the desktop
computer.
Phone Features
ActiveSync is already installed on your Motorola MPx220.
You have to install ActiveSync (3.7.1 or later) on your PC
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using the companion CD or download from the Microsoft
web site (http://www.microsoft.com). After the
installation, the wizard starts to create a partnership
between your phone and PC. Connecting to a company
server requires assistance from an IT professional.
Feature
Description
Use ActiveSync Connect your phone to your
PC using the infrared port or
USB data cable before
synchronization:
Start
> ActiveSync > Sync
Feature
Synchronize
Remotely with
PC
Description
Synchronize remotely with your
computer:
Start
> ActiveSync > Menu
>
Action (A) > PC Settings
Phone Features
Tip: To synchronize remotely with a
desktop computer, turn on the
computer 1st.
Synchronize
Synchronize remotely with a server:
Remotely with Start
> ActiveSync > Menu
>
Server
Action (A) > Server Settings
Create
Create a server
Schedule to
synchronization schedule so
Sync with
that your information is
Server When
automatically synchronized with the
Your Phone Is server at specified time intervals:
Connected to Start
> ActiveSync > Menu
>
PC
Action (A) > Server Settings > Connection
> Menu
> Rules
Create
Create a server synchronization
Schedule to
schedule so that your information is
Sync with
automatically synchronized with the
Server When
server at specified time intervals:
Your Phone Is Start
> ActiveSync > Menu
>
Not Connected Action (A) > Mobile Schedule
to PC (Sync
Wirelessly)
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Feature
Sync over
Infrared
Phone Features
Exchange File
between Your
Phone and PC
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Description
Use an infrared connection to
quickly create a direct connection
between your phone and another
mobile device/desktop computer:
Start
> ActiveSync > Sync
Tip: Align your phone to your PC or
mobile device when using an
infrared connection.
With ActiveSync, you can
exchange files between your
phone and desktop PC:
Connect your phone to your PC >
on your PC, open ActiveSync, click
Explore, in Windows Explorer, browse
to the file that you want to copy to
your phone/PC, right-click the file,
select Copy, place the cursor in the
desired folder, right-click, select
Paste.
Feature
Beam Contact
Card/
Appointment
Tip: To beam information over IR,
align the infrared ports so that they
are unobstructed and within close
range of each other.
Use your phone’s infrared port to
send and receive (beam) contact
cards/appointments between your
devices:
Start
> Settings > Beam > press
to check Receive incoming beams >
press Done
Phone Features
Receive
Beamed
Information
Description
Use your phone’s infrared port to
send and receive (beam) contact
cards/appointments between your
devices:
Start
> Contacts/Calendar > scroll to a
desired contact card/select an
appointment > press Menu
> Beam
Contact/Beam Appointment > select an IR
device your phone searches in it’s
.
range > press Beam
.
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Bluetooth® Connection
Phone Features
Feature
Create
Partnership
from Your
Phone with
Bluetooth
Device
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Description
Create a partnership from your
phone with a Bluetooth device:
Start
> Settings > Bluetooth >
Menu
> Devices > Menu
> New >
scroll to the Bluetooth device you
want to pair with > press Add
>
enter the same PIN both on your
phone and on the Bluetooth device
> press Done
.
Tip: When your phone is creating a
bond with a device that has headset
or handsfree capabilities, you are
notified through the dialog boxes to
set up that device as your Bluetooth
headset or handsfree by pressing
Yes
. When you are on a call
using your Bluetooth headset, you
can transfer audio to your phone’s
earpiece by using the menu options.
If you want to transfer audio again
to the headset, push the headset
hardware button.
Feature
Accept
Partnership
from Your
Phone
Description
On a Bluetooth device, you can
configure a partnership with your
phone:
Start
> Settings > Bluetooth > under
Bluetooth, press
left/right to
select Discoverable (the Bluetooth
radio turns on and makes your
phone discoverable for 3 minutes) >
on the Bluetooth device, select your
phone and attempt to pair with it >
enter the same PIN both on your
Bluetooth device and on your phone
to create the partnership.
Phone Modem
Phone Features
Tip: The partnership is created. Your
phone can now be used as a data
modem. The phone automatically
becomes a data modem over
Bluetooth if a paired device
attempts to connect to it.
Use your phone as an external modem for another device
by using an infrared or USB connection. Download the
USB driver to your C: drive from the Motorola MPx220
companion CD. Your computer should automatically
add the Motorola MPx220 as a new modem device.
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The Smartphone 2003 Wireless USB Modem should now be
properly listed in the Device Manager window.
Feature
Activate
Modem Link
Description
Select the USB or infrared
connection for your phone to link
with another device:
Disconnect your phone from
another device (if you use the USB
connection) > on the Home screen,
press Start
> More > More > More
> Accessories > Modem Link > under
Phone Features
Connection, press
Deactivate
Modem Link
left/right to
select USB/IrCOMM > press Menu
> Activate > connect your phone to
your computer with the USB data
cable or infrared port.
End the USB or infrared modem
connection:
Start
> More > More > More >
Accessories > Modem Link > Menu
> Deactivate
Note: Deactivate the modem link
when you are finished using it in
order to avoid potential problems
when using ActiveSync in the same
session.
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Feature
Query Modem
Note: If the PC and modem
connection is not established in
approximately 30 seconds, ActiveSync
will take over the USB port.
Add an extra initialization string to
Modem Properties (change APN as
needed) after querying the modem.
An extra initialization string is
needed on your ph3one for setting
up the GPRS server configuration:
On your computer, click the
Advanced tab in the Modem Properties
dialogue window > type in your
initialization string and change the
APN name as needed (for network’s
initialization string, use:
+CGDCONT=1,“IP”,“apnname”,“”,0,0).
Phone Features
Add
Initialization
String
Description
A modem query is necessary to
establish a PC and modem
connection:
On your computer, click on Start
> Settings > Control Panel > System
> Hardware > Device Manager
> Modems > in the Device Manager
window, double click on Smartphone
2003 Wireless USB Modem > select the
Diagnostics tab, click Query Modem.
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Phone Features
Feature
Add Dial-up
Connection
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Description
Add a new dial-up connection:
From the Control Panel select
Network and Dial-up Connection >
double click Make New Connection,
click Next > select Dial-up to Internet,
click Next > from the Internet
Connection Wizard select Internet
Connection Manually, click Next >
select Connect Through Phone Line
and Modem > from modem selection,
select Smartphone 2003 Wireless USB
Modem, click Next > under Telephone
Number type the codes your network
administrator provides, uncheck
area codes and dialing rules, click
Next > fill in the User Name and
Password, click Next > type in
connection name (i.e., Smartphone
USB Cable GPRS), click Next >
select No, select Next, click Finish.
Feature
Description
Connect to
Connect to the GPRS network:
GPRS Network Open the newly created dial-up
connection > click Properties, verify
Smartphone 2003 Wireless USB Modem
is selected > click Configure, ensure
all hardware features are selected
as shown above > click OK, click OK
> click Dial. You are GPRS
connected when the dial-up
dialogue window changes to an icon
in your icon tray.
Personal Organizer
Manage and keep track of contacts and appointments,
maintain a “things to do” list and use the calculator.
Description
Create a new contact card in your
contacts list:
Start
> Contacts > New
Tip: If a contact card includes a work
phone number (w), your phone will
automatically set it as the default
communication method. The
contact cards along with the icon
are the entries stored on your SIM
card. To view a contact card, press
Start
> Contacts > scroll to a
desired one > press Action (A).
Phone Features
Feature
Create New
Contact Card
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Phone Features
Feature
Create New
Appointment
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Description
Create a new appointment in your
calendar list:
Start
> Calendar > Menu
>
Action (A)
Tip: To view an appointment, press
Start
> Calendar > scroll to a
desired one > press Action (A). Use
the menu options and view your
schedule in 3 different views: Agenda
View (default view, which displays
appointments scheduled for current
day), Week View (shows schedule for
the specified week, allowing you to
get a quick indication of your free
and busy time and to create an
appointment at a selected time
easily), and Month View (provides an
overview of your monthly schedule.
Arrow indicators pointing up
represent morning appointments;
arrows pointing down represent
afternoon appointments; a hollow
box indicates an all-day event; a
solid box indicates you have
morning and afternoon
appointments; and a solid box
surrounded by a hollow box
indicates you have morning and
afternoon appointments plus an allday event).
Feature
Create New
Task
Description
Create a new task in your tasks list
to track a project from beginning to
completion:
Start
> More > More > Tasks >
press
up to select the Enter new
task here field.
Phone Features
Tip: Press Complete
or Activate
to mark a task as complete or
incomplete. A task can occur once
or repeatedly. A recurring task can
repeat at regular intervals or repeat
based on the date you mark the
task as complete. A task followed
by an exclamation mark indicates
high priority and a task with a down
arrow is marked as low priority.
Overdue tasks display bold and red.
Completed tasks display with the
corresponding check box selected.
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Feature
Create New
Voice Note
Description
Create a new short voice recording:
Start
> More > More > Voice Recorder >
hold your phone’s microphone near
.
your mouth > press Record
Tip: On the Home screen, press and
hold
down to quickly open Voice
Phone Features
Recorder. The length of time to record
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a voice note depends on the
remaining phone storage. To play a
voice note, press Start
> More
> More > Voice Recorder > scroll to a
desired one > press Action (A).
Use Calculator Perform standard operations for
which you would normally use a
handheld calculator:
Start
> More > More > More
> Accessories > Calculator
Tip: Press
to select a
mathematical symbol; press
to
enter a decimal point; and press
Action (A) to perform the calculation.
You can also press
up for the
plus sign (+), down for the minus
sign (-), left for the division sign (/),
and right for the multiplication sign
(x).
Security
Feature
Lock Keypad
Phone Features
Description
Prevent accidental key presses and
you still can receive calls and make
emergency calls:
Press and hold End
from the
Home screen.
Unlock
On the Home screen:
Keypad
Unlock
>
Lock Phone
Prevent access to personal data
and you still can receive calls and
make emergency calls:
Press and hold Home
from the
Home screen > select Device lock.
Unlock Phone On the Home screen:
Unlock
> enter your password >
press Unlock
.
Turn Phone
Turn the phone lock function off:
Lock Off
Start
> Settings > More > Security
> Disable Phone Lock
Lock SIM Card Prevent others from using your
phone until the correct password is
entered and you still can make
emergency calls:
Start
> Settings > More > Security
> Enable SIM Lock
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Feature
Unlock SIM
Card
Description
Unlock your SIM card:
Start
> Settings > More > Security
> Disable SIM Lock
News and Entertainment
Feature
Take Picture
Using Normal
Mode
Description
Capture images and store them in
your phone/memory card:
Start
> More > Camera > press
up/down to zoom in/out > press
Phone Features
left/right to decrease/increase
90
the brightness > press Capture
/
Action (A)/
to take pictures >
> Action (A) to save
press Menu
pictures in Start
PhotoAlbum.
> More >
Tip: The Normal mode is selected as
the default when you launch Camera.
You may press
to take pictures
when the flip is closed and the
external viewer is used.
Feature
Take Picture
Using Timer
Mode
Description
Capture images and store them in
your phone/memory card:
Start
> More > Camera > Menu
> Mode > Timer > Start
> Menu
> Action (A) to save pictures in
Start
> More > PhotoAlbum
Take Picture
Using Burst
Mode
> Mode > Burst > Start
> Stop
to
save pictures in Start
> More
> PhotoAlbum
Take a shot of yourself and store it
in your phone/memory card:
Start
> More > Camera > close the
phone flip and use the external
viewer to capture images >
press
to take your picture >
open the phone flip > press
Menu
> Action (A) to save the
picture in Start
Phone Features
Take Self-Shot
Tip: There is a delay before the
photo is taken. Your phone will beep
for each second of the countdown
(which can be adjusted in Menu
> Settings > Self-imaging Timer).
Capture images and store them in
your phone/memory card:
Start
> More > Camera > Menu
> More > PhotoAlbum.
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Phone Features
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Feature
Use Menu
Options
Before Taking
Picture
Description
Before taking pictures, use the
menu options to switch between 3
modes, customize the settings
menu, view photos you took, and
create video
clips:
Start
> More > Camera > Menu
Use Settings
Menu Before
Taking Picture
Before taking pictures, use the
settings menu to choose a shooting
condition, define the resolution,
select a folder to save photos, keep
files under 100KB (or place no
constraint at all), conserve power,
enter in a prefix to save as the file
name, include an overlay of the
date on photos, select a contrast/
hue/saturation for the viewer, set a
timer duration for use in taking
delayed photos while in Timer, and
set a maximum number of images
that can be taken at a time while in
Burst:
Start
> More > Camera > Menu
> Settings
Feature
Use Menu
Options After
Taking Picture
Tip: For Apply as Wallpaper, choose
either Fit in or Best fit. The former
displays the entire photo, which
may leave blank areas depending
on the aspect ratio. The latter crops
the photo and fills it entirely on the
screen.
View and edit your photos, play a
slide show, attach photos to
contacts (Caller ID), detach photos
from contacts, and send photos:
Start
> More > PhotoAlbum >
.
highlight a photo > press Menu
Phone Features
Manage
Picture Using
Album Mode
Description
After taking pictures, use the menu
options to save the photo, send an
MMS message with the photo
attached, set the photo as your
wallpaper, and set the photo as
Caller ID to a contact (the photo
displays when you receive the call):
Start
> More > Camera > Capture
> Menu
Tip: The Album mode displays
thumbnail images of photos. To
view a photo, press the
corresponding number. Or, highlight
a desired thumbnail > press
Open
.
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Phone Features
Feature
Manage
Picture Using
Single Photo
Mode
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Description
Rotate and crop photos, add text/
fun images/comical frames to
photos:
Start
> More > PhotoAlbum >
highlight a desired thumbnail >
> Menu
.
press Open
Tip: The Single Photo mode displays
each photo on the screen. Press
to display the previous/next
photo in the current folder. If your
photo does not fit entirely on the
display when zooming, press
to scroll. For Crop, press Action (A) to
toggle between Move and Resize
(use
to move and resize the
crop box) for ease of use. For Add Clip
Art, press
to rotate images.
Feature
Create Video
Clip
Description
Record video clips with or without
audios:
Start
> More > More > More
> Accessories > Video Camera >
press
left/right to decrease/
increase brightness level > press
Record
> Pause
(if necessary)
> Save
to save your
> Stop
> More > More
recording in Start
> More > Accessories > Player.
Customize
Video Camera
Phone Features
Tip: Press Action (A) to toggle
between Record and Pause.
Turn audio capture on or off, select
a storage location, adjust the
recording contrast/brightness/
quality value, specify maximum file
size, select the default file name,
and enter in necessary information:
Start
> More > More > More
> Accessories > Video Camera > Menu
> (Settings)
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Phone Features
Feature
Play Video
Clip Saved in
Your Phone/
Memory Card
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Description
Play recorded clips directly from
your phone or memory card:
Start
> More > More > More > Player
Tip: For best results and
performance, store clips on your
storage card instead of the phone
memory. While the clip is playing,
press and hold
left/right to
reposition forward/backward in the
clip. A single movement to the left or
right position will reposition the clip
to its end or beginning.
Play
Simultaneously download
Streaming Clip and play streaming clips
from Web Site from a Web site:
Start
> Internet Explorer
> Menu
> Address Bar > enter in a
> scroll
Web address > press Go
to a desired stream > press Action
(A).
Tip: You can play a stream/clip
directly from a link in emails by
scrolling to a desired link > pressing
Action (A).
Feature
Manage Clip/
Stream
Description
Play and pause a clip or stop a
stream, edit a URL to link with,
rename/delete/move a clip, send an
MMS message with a clip attached,
and control the amount of data that
is stored in your phone before
playback begins (increasing the
media buffer may improve the
consistency of your viewing
experience, but will increase the
time before the playback starts):
Start
> More > More > More > Player
> Menu
Phone Features
Tip: To clear the last download clip
from your phone’s cache memory,
press Start
> More > More > More
> Player > Menu
> Options
> Menu
> Clear Cache.
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Feature
Browse Web
Using Internet
Explorer®
Phone Features
Edit URL to
Link with
View History
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Description
Connect to a favorite Web
page:
Start
> Internet Explorer >
scroll to a desired favorite > press
Go
.
Tip: While you are connected to the
Internet, to change to other
programs on your phone, press
Home
. This will not close your
Internet connection. To go to the
previous Web page in the same
session, press Back
. To
disconnect from the Internet, press
End
.
Edit a Web address and
link to it:
Start
> Internet Explorer
> Menu
> Address Bar > edit a URL >
.
press Go
Tip: To specify how Web pages
display, press Menu
> Layout.
View a list of the most recentlyvisited Web pages:
Start
> Internet Explorer > Menu
> Address Bar > View History > Go
Feature
Update Web
Page
Add Favorite
Clear Cache
Tip: To open your Favorites list when
you are viewing a Web page, press
Menu
> Favorites. To create a new
folder in your Favorites list, press
Menu
> Add Folder.
Change the way Web pages are
downloaded and displayed:
Start
> Internet Explorer > Menu
> Options > General
Change your network connection:
Start
> Internet Explorer > Menu
> Options > Connections
Clear your temporary Internet files,
cookies, and Web history:
Start
> Internet Explorer > Menu
> Options > Memory
Phone Features
Customize
How Web
Pages Are
Downloaded
and Displayed
Change
Network
Connection
Description
Update the Web pages you
visited:
Start
> Internet Explorer
> Menu
> Refresh
Add the current Web page
to your Favorites list for
quick access:
Start
> Internet Explorer
> Menu
> Add Favorite
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Feature
Play Media File
in Your Phone/
Memory Card
Description
Play media audio/video files and
MP3 files stored on your phone or
memory card:
Start
> More > More > Windows Media
Tip: Press
left to skip to the
beginning of the current file and
press left twice or right to skip to the
previous or next file. Press
Phone Features
Play
Streaming
Media File
from Web Site
Use Windows®
Media Menu
Options
up/
down to increase/decrease the
volume.
Play streaming media files
from a Web site:
Start
> More > More >
Windows Media > Menu
> Open URL >
.
enter in a Web address > Play
Display the Local Content playlist or
Favorites playlist, add the current file
to the Favorites playlist, adjust the
volume, play files randomly (Shuffle),
play files repeatedly, and stop
playback while using another
program (Background play):
Start
> More > More > Windows Media
> Menu
Tip: To quickly access the Local Content
screen, press Playlist
.
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Feature
Use and
Manage DRM
(Digital Rights
Management)Protected
Content
Description
DRM-protected media (images,
video clips, audio files, and ring
tones) is copyrighted content with a
license that limits file sharing and
usage. DRM-protected content is
typically purchased and
downloaded from commercial Web
sites to your phone. A phone
feature that is “DRM-aware,” such
as PhotoAlbum and Video Player, will allow
you to view or play DRM content
exactly as you would unprotected
files. DRM content is protected in
one or both of the following ways:
• You may not be able to share a
DRM-protected file to a friend.
Phone Features
• You may be able to use the
content for a limited number of
plays or during a limited time
period. You will often choose
these limitations at the time of
purchase.
Notes:
• If you are using a feature that is
not DRM aware, you will see a
message that the media cannot
be accessed.
101
Feature
Send or
Receive DRM
Materials
Phone Features
Manage DRM
Limitations
102
Description
• Windows Media is NOT capable of
accessing DRM engine and
playing DRM content (it uses a
proprietary DRM protection
scheme and engine).
To send or receive DRM-protected
content, you can use the Infrared
(IR), MMS, or Bluetooth feature on
your phone. When sharing DRMprotected content, the perceiver of
the content will be prompted to
obtain a license and will be directed
to the appropriate Web site.
When accessing a media file that
has DRM limitations, you may
encounter an error message
indicating the rights to the materials
are no longer valid or are locked. To
resolve, access the relative Web
site and renew your access to the
materials in question.
Use Media Center to manage and
exchange DRM-protected content.
Media Center allows you to quickly
identify all content files with DRM
limitations. These files can either be
deleted or renewed as appropriate.
Feature
Use Media
Center
Description
Note: Users must invoke Media Center
for the 1st time (only once) in order
to synchronize the Internet time with
the phone time. This is necessary to
ensure that users are getting the
correct expiration value of the
downloaded DRM contents. When
Media Center is invoked, it will request
for an Internet connection to sync
the time on the phone to ensure that
the DRM contents have the
appropriate expiration periods set,
when users download them from
the Web.
Phone Features
View media files (unprotected as
well as protected) and access
license details for DRM-protected
content files through Media Center. Media
Center categorizes content by media
type: Audio, Video, Image, &
Ringtone.
103
Feature
Description
Manage DRM content for a specific
> More > Media
media type: Start
Center > press
to scroll to a
desired media type > press Action (A)
to select the media type > press
to scroll to view the list and
Phone Features
select a content file to manage >
press Menu
to open the options
menu.
Note: Each file in the list is marked
with an icon that lets you see at a
glance the rights status of the
content file associated with each
media object. The six status
markers are:
• Not a DRM object
• Rights are valid
(in green)
• Rights are pending
• Rights are about to
expire
(in yellow)
• Rights are expired and cannot
be renewed
• Rights are expired and can be
renewed
(in red)
104
Feature
Use Media
Center Menu
Options
Description
The options menu provides a list of
management options. The list is
context-sensitive, providing you with
only those options relevant to the
chosen content file:
• Send As...: Transfer the file to
another remote device using
either the Bluetooth wireless
protocol or Infrared (IR).
Note: Use this option for both
protected and unprotected
content.
• Renew Rights: Launch Internet
Explorer and go directly to a URL
address where you can renew
the rights for the content file.
• Delete File: Delete the content file
and any licenses associated
with it.
Phone Features
• Show Rights: View specific details
concerning the rights for the
content file.
• Set as Ring Tone: Specify the
content file as the default ring
tone for your phone (this option
is available only for Ringtones).
105
Feature
Description
Note: You may encounter DRM
(Digital Rights Management) issues
when attempting to access
protected content that doesn’t have
proper rights. This will happen when
you are using device applications,
such as PhotoAlbum to manage your
pictures, Video Player to play video
clips, and file-sending tools such as
IR, MMS, or Bluetooth. Each error
message indicates the following:
Phone Features
• No valid rights: the content has no
rights or expired rights that
cannot be renewed
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• No valid rights. Renew?: no valid
rights exist, but new rights can
be acquired
• Can’t read file: device application
may not be DRM-enabled
• Content is forward locked: content
cannot be re-distributed
To resolve, see “Use and Manage
DRM (Digital Rights Management)Protected Content” on page 101.
Feature
Play
Jawbreaker
Description
Have balls (more than 1) in the
same color deleted from the screen
(the fewer balls you leave behind,
the more scores you get):
Start
> More > More > More > Games
> Jawbreaker > highlight the ball which
is in the same color as the ball(s)
around > press Action (A) twice.
Phone Features
Caution: A very small percentage of
individuals may experience epileptic
seizures when exposed to certain
light patterns or flashing lights. If
you experience any of the following
symptoms while playing a video
game—dizziness, altered vision,
eye or muscle twitches, loss of
awareness, disorientation, any
involuntary movement, or
convulsions—IMMEDIATELY
discontinue use and consult your
physician before resuming play.
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Phone Features
Feature
Play Solitaire
Play Java
Game
108
Description
Use all the cards in the deck to build
up 4 suit stacks in ascending order,
beginning with the aces (you win
the game when all cards are on the
suit stacks):
Start
> More > More > More > Games
> Solitaire > press the number or
character above the card stack
displaying the card you want to
move > press the number or
character above the card stack to
which you want to move the card >
move any aces on the 7 stacks to
the 4 card spaces at the top of the
screen (and make any other
available plays) > when you have
made all available plays, press
Draw
to turn over cards.
Tip: Press
up to move a card to
one of the 4 card stacks on the
upper right corner of the screen if it
belongs there. For example, if you
have an ace displayed in one of the
7 stacks, press the number above
the ace; then press
up. The
card that is faced up on the deck is
always available for play.
Play Java games on your phone:
Start
> More > Games & Apps
Feature
Download
Java Game
from the
Internet
Delete Java
Game
Update Java
Game
Tip: To terminate the running Java
game, press End
.
Delete Java games except the
preset ones:
Start
> More > Games & Apps > scroll
to a desired Java game > press
Menu
> Remove.
Rename Java games:
Start
> More > Games & Apps > scroll
to a desired Java game > press
Menu
> Rename.
Update Java games using
the stored information,
such as the URL:
Start
> More > Games & Apps
> scroll to a desired Java game >
> Update.
press Menu
Phone Features
Rename Java
Game
Description
Download and install Java
games onto your phone:
Start
> More >
> scroll to a
Games & Apps > Download
desired favorite (or edit a Web
address pressing Menu
> Address
Bar) > press Go
> scroll to a
desired Java game > press
Install
> Action (A).
109
Feature
Change MIDlet
Setting for
Java Game
Phone Features
View Java
Game Info
110
Description
Select required settings of Mobile
Information Device applications
(MIDlets) for Java games:
Start
> More > Games & Apps > scroll
to a desired Java game > press
Menu
> Options > highlight a
feature > press Action (A) > scroll to
a desired option > press Action (A) >
.
press Save
Tip: Changes to permission settings
for a MIDlet in a multi-MIDlet suite
will affect the settings for the whole
suite.
Display the size of Java games,
version numbers, vendors, domains
and URLs from which they were
downloaded:
Start
> More > Games & Apps > scroll
to a desired Java game > Menu
> Info.
Feature
View Java Info
Description
The following are displayed on the
Java Info screen:
• Connected Limited Device Configuration
(CLDC) version number
• Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP)
version number
• Heapsize
• SD Card free space
• Phone storage free space
• JSRs
Start
> Menu
> More > Games & Apps
> Java Info
Phone Features
Note: The heapsize does not reflect
the memory installed, but the actual
Jbed FastDAC heapsize setting.
Sort Java
Sort all the Java games on your
Game
phone:
Start
> More > Games & Apps
> Menu
> Java Settings
Turn Backlight Turn the backlight on or off:
On/Off
Start
> More > Games & Apps
> Menu
> Java Settings
Exit from
Exit from Games & Apps:
Games & Apps Start
> More > Games & Apps
> Menu
> Exit
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Specific Absorption Rate Data
The model wireless phone meets the government’s requirements for
exposure to radio waves.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and
manufactured not to exceed limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF)
energy set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the
U.S. Government and by the Canadian regulatory authorities. 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
standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the
safety of all persons, regardless of age or health.
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR
limit set by the FCC and by the Canadian regulatory authorities is 1.6 W/
kg.1 Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions
accepted by the FCC and by Industry Canada 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
level of the phone while operating can be well below the maximum value.
This is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple power levels
so as to use only the power required to reach the network. In general, the
closer you are to a wireless base station, the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public in the U.S. and
Canada, it must be tested and certified to the FCC and Industry Canada
that it does not exceed the limit established by each government for safe
exposure. The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g., at the
ear and worn on the body) reported to the FCC and available for review
by Industry Canada. The highest SAR value for this model phone when
tested for use at the ear is 0.75 W/kg, and when worn on the body, as
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described in this user guide, is 0.88 W/kg. The SAR value for this product
in its data transmission mode (body-worn use) is 0.56 W/kg. (Body-worn
measurements differ among phone models, depending upon available
accessories and regulatory requirements).2
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 improvements 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.
Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be found
on the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) Web
site:
http://www.phonefacts.net
or the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) Web
site:
http://www.cwta.ca
1. In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by
the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue. The
standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give additional
protection for the public and to account for any variations in measurements.
2. The SAR information includes the Motorola testing protocol, assessment
procedure, and measurement uncertainty range for this product.
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Microsoft End User License
Agreement
You have acquired a device (“DEVICE”) that includes software licensed
by Motorola, Inc. (“Motorola”) from Microsoft Licensing Inc. or its affiliates
(“Microsoft”), for use in connection with wireless network services
provided under separate agreement between you and a wireless
telecommunications provider (“Mobile Operator”). Those installed
software products of Microsoft origin, as well as associated media, printed
materials, and “online” or electronic documentation (“SOFTWARE”) are
protected by international intellectual property laws and treaties.
SOFTWARE includes software already installed on the DEVICE
(“DEVICE Software”) and Microsoft software contained on any CD-ROM
disk accompanying the DEVICE (“Desktop Software”).
The SOFTWARE is licensed, not sold. All rights reserved.
IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THIS END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT
(“EULA”), DO NOT USE THE DEVICE OR COPY THE SOFTWARE.
INSTEAD, PROMPTLY CONTACT MOTOROLA FOR INSTRUCTIONS
ON RETURN OF THE UNUSED DEVICE(S) FOR A REFUND. ANY USE
OF THE SOFTWARE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO USE ON THE
DEVICE, WILL CONSTITUTE YOUR AGREEMENT TO THIS EULA (OR
RATIFICATION OF ANY PREVIOUS CONSENT).
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following license:
1.1. DEVICE Software. You may use the DEVICE Software as installed
on the DEVICE (including as installed on removable media installed in the
DEVICE). All or certain portions of the DEVICE Software may be
inoperable if a proper account is not established or maintained with an
appropriate Mobile Operator, or if the Mobile Operator’s network facilities
are not operating or configured to operate with the DEVICE software.
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1.2. Desktop Software. Desktop Software is included with your DEVICE,
and you may install and use the Microsoft ActiveSync® 3.7.1 component
on one (1) or more computers to exchange information with one (1) or
more computing devices that contain a compatible version of the
Microsoft Windows® for Smartphone 2003 Software. For other software
component(s) contained in the Desktop Software, you may install and use
such components only in accordance with the terms of the printed or
online end user license agreement(s) provided with such component(s).
In the absence of an end user license agreement for particular
component(s) of the Desktop Software, you may install and use only one
(1) copy of such component(s) on the DEVICE or a single computer with
which you use the DEVICE.
1.3. Back-up Copy. If Motorola has not included a back-up copy of the
DEVICE Software with the DEVICE, you may make a single back-up copy
of the DEVICE Software. You may use the back-up copy solely for
archival purposes.
1.4. Microsoft Windows® 2003. If Microsoft Outlook® 2002 is included
with your Device, the following terms apply to your use of Microsoft
Outlook® 2002: (i) regardless of the information contained in “Software
Installation and Use” section of the online EULA you may install one (1)
copy of Microsoft Outlook® 2002 on one (1) computer to use, exchange
data, share data, access and interact with the DEVICE, and (ii) the EULA
for Microsoft Outlook® 2002 is between Motorola and the end user - not
between the PC manufacturer and end user.
2. Speech/Handwriting Recognition. If the Software includes speech and
or handwriting recognition component(s), you should understand that
speech and handwriting recognition are inherently statistical processes;
that recognition errors are inherent in the processes; that it is your
responsibility to provide for handling such errors and to monitor the
recognition processes and correct any errors. Neither Motorola nor its
suppliers shall be liable for any damages arising out of errors in the
speech and handwriting recognition processes.
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3. Limitations on Reverse Engineering, Decompilation and Disassembly.
You may not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the
SOFTWARE, except and only to the extent that such activity is expressly
permitted by applicable law notwithstanding this limitation.
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single integrated product. The DEVICE Software may only be used as
part of the DEVICE, notwithstanding any installation of the DEVICE
Software on removable media.
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versions (e.g., in the user documentation and in the software). Even if you
receive multiple versions of the EULA, you are licensed to use only one
(1) copy of the DEVICE Software.
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7. Software Transfer. You may not permanently transfer any of your rights
under this EULA with regard to the DEVICE Software or Desktop
Software, except as permitted by the applicable Mobile Operator. In the
event that the Mobile Operator permits such transfer, you may
permanently transfer all of your rights under this EULA only as part of a
sale or transfer of the DEVICE, provided you retain no copies, you
transfer all of the SOFTWARE (including all component parts, the media
and printed materials, any upgrades or backup copies, this EULA and, if
applicable, the Certificate(s) of Authenticity), and the recipient agrees to
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include all prior versions of the SOFTWARE.
8. Termination. Without prejudice to any other rights, Motorola or
Microsoft may terminate this EULA if you fail to comply with the terms and
conditions of this EULA. In such event, you must destroy all copies of the
SOFTWARE and all of its component parts.
9. Security Updates. The SOFTWARE may include digital rights
management technology. If SOFTWARE does contain digital rights
management technology, content providers are using the digital rights
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management technology (“Microsoft DRM”) contained in the SOFTWARE
to protect the integrity of their content (“Secure Content”) so that their
intellectual property, including copyright, in such content is not
misappropriated. Owners of such Secure Content (“Secure Content
Owners”) may, from time to time, request Microsoft, Microsoft Corporation
or their subsidiaries to provide security related updates to the Microsoft
DRM components of the SOFTWARE (“Security Updates”) that may affect
your ability to copy, display and/or play Secure Content through Microsoft
software or third party applications that utilize Microsoft DRM. You
therefore agree that, if you elect to download a license from the Internet
which enables your use of Secure Content, Microsoft Corporation or their
subsidiaries may, in conjunction with such license, also download onto
your DEVICE such Security Updates that a Secure Content Owner has
requested that Microsoft, Microsoft Corporation or their subsidiaries
distribute. Microsoft, Microsoft Corporation or their subsidiaries will not
retrieve any personally identifiable information, or any other information,
from your DEVICE by downloading such Security Updates.
10. Consent to Use of Data. You agree that Microsoft, Microsoft
Corporation and their affiliates may collect and use technical information
gathered in any manner as part of product support services related to the
SOFTWARE. Microsoft, Microsoft Corporation and their affiliates may use
this information solely to improve their products or to provide customized
services or technologies to you. Microsoft, Microsoft Corporation and their
affiliates may disclose this information to others, but not in a form that
personally identifies you.
11. Internet Gaming/Update Features. If the SOFTWARE provides, and
you choose to utilize, the Internet gaming or update features within the
SOFTWARE, it is necessary to use certain computer system, hardware,
and software information to implement the features. By using these
features, you explicitly authorize Microsoft, Microsoft Corporation and/or
their designated agent to use this information solely to improve their
products or to provide customized services or technologies to you.
Microsoft or Microsoft Corporation may disclose this information to others,
but not in a form that personally identifies you.
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components that enable and facilitate the use of certain Internet-based
services. You acknowledge and agree that Microsoft Corporation or their
affiliates may automatically check the version of the SOFTWARE and/or
its components that you are utilizing and my provide upgrades or
supplements to the SOFTWARE that may be automatically downloaded to
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ability to link to third party sites through the use of the SOFTWARE. The
third party sites are NOT under the control of Motorola, Microsoft,
Microsoft Corporation or their affiliates. Neither Motorola, Microsoft nor
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Components and no other EULA terms are provided along with the
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Supplemental Components, and no other EULA terms are provided, then
the terms of this EULA shall apply, except that the Microsoft, Microsoft
Corporation or affiliate entity providing the Supplemental Component(s)
shall be the licensor of the Supplemental Component(s).
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the right to discontinue any Internet-based services provided to you or
made available to you through the use of the SOFTWARE.
15. UPGRADES AND RECOVERY MEDIA.
15.1.DEVICE Software. If the DEVICE Software is provided by Motorola
separate from the DEVICE on media such as a ROM chip, CD ROM
disk(s) or via web download or other means, and is labeled “For Upgrade
Purposes Only” or “For Recovery Purposes Only”, you may install one
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Software License section of this EULA.
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provided by Motorola separate from the DEVICE on CD ROM disk(s) or
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copy of such component(s) on the computer(s) you use to exchange data
with the DEVICE as a replacement copy for the existing Desktop Software
component(s).
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APPLY EVEN IF ANY REMEDY FAILS OF ITS ESSENTIAL PURPOSE.
20. FOR APPLICABLE LIMITED WARRANTIES AND SPECIAL
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PLEASE REFER TO YOUR WARRANTY BOOKLET INCLUDED WITH
THIS PACKAGE OR PROVIDED WITH THE SOFTWARE PRINTED
MATERIALS.
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Index
A
accessibility 63
accessories 5, 6, 82
ActiveSync 76
answering a call 13
B
battery
charging 9
extending battery life 8
installing 7
level indicator 10, 11
beaming information 80
block cursor 89
Bluetooth 80
C
Calendar 86
call
answering 13
dialing 12
making 12
receiving 13
call barring 60
call forwarding 60
call options 60
call waiting 43, 60
caller ID 13, 17, 60, 93
calling with Speed Dial 41
camera 90
channels 60
contact card 55, 67, 79, 85
contacts list 50, 53, 67, 85,
86
customize home screen 62
D
data call 74
data connections 74
date and time 27
dialing a number 12
dial-up connections 74
display 17
description 15
idle display 22
external display 15, 17
main display 18
DRM 101, 106
E
emergency calls 39
end 58, 65, 98, 109
ending 14
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F
favorites 99, 100
favorites manager 64, 68,
70
file manager 73, 76
fixed dialing 60
flip
activating 14
Jawbreaker 107
K
keypad
locking 26
unlocking 89
L
GPRS connections 74
lock keypad 26, 89
lock phone 89
lock SIM card 89
H
M
home screen
customizing 65
making a call 12
media messages 48
media player 100, 101
menu
navigating 22
messaging 48, 52, 53, 56,
57, 60, 65
MMSSettings 51
modem link 82, 83
multi-tap mode 24
G
I
idle display 15, 22
indicators
battery level 10, 11
Input modes 22, 23
multipress mode 24
numeric mode 25
install ActiveSync 76
internal display 15
Internet Explorer 96
iTAP modes 22
J
Java 108, 109
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N
networks 60
O
optional accessory, defined
6
optional feature, defined 6
phone
flip 14
turning on/off 11
phone settings 64
PhotoAlbum 93, 94
player 96
power management 28
profiles 62
proxy connections 74
installing 6
locking 89
precautions 6
Unlocking 89
Solitaire 108
sounds 57, 60, 61
customizing 65
displaying 65
space manager 75
speed dials 42
standard display 15
synchronization schedule
77
Q
T
quick list 18, 22
task manager 75
tasks 87
text
block cursor 89
text messages 53
travel charger 10
Outlook E-Mail 53
owner information 27
P
R
regional wettings 63
remove programs 64
renew the rights 105
resource manager 75
rights 104, 106
S
schedule 86
security 89
send key 12, 14, 30
shortcuts 47, 76
SIM card
defined 6
U
unlock keypad 89
unlock phone 89
unlock SIM pard 90
V
valid rights 106
video 95
voice notes 88
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voice signal 32, 66, 67
VPN connections 74
W
Windows Media 100
U.S. patent Re. 34,976
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