Introduction
Congratulations and thank you for choosing the GZ100.
About This User Guide
This user guide is carefully designed to help you learn about
your phone’s features and operations quickly and effectively.
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Introduction
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Licensed by Inter Digital Technology Corporation under one
or more of the following United States Patents and/or their
domestic or foreign counterparts and other patents
pending, including U.S. Patents: 4,675,863: 4,779,262:
4,785,450 & 4,811,420.
Licensed under U.S. Patent 4,558,302 and foreign counterparts.
T9 Text Input is licensed under one or more of the following:
U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928,
and 6,011,554; Australian Pat. No. 727539; Canadian Pat.
No. 1,331,057; United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B; Hong
Kong Standard Pat. No. HK0940329; Republic of Singapore
Pat. No. 51383; Euro. Pat. No. 0 842 463 (96927260.8) DE/
DK, FI, FR, IT, NL,PT.ES,SE,GB; Republic of Korea Pat.
Nos. KR201211B1 and KR226206B1; and additional
patents are pending worldwide.
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Introduction
T9 Text Input is covered by the Hong Kong Standard Patent
No. HK0940329 and HK1010924.
T9 Text Input is licensed under one or more of the following:
U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928,
and 6,011,554; Australian Pat. No. 727539; Canadian Pat.
No. 1,331,057; United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B; Hong
Kong Standard Pat. No. HK0940329; Republic of
Singapore Pat. No. 51383; Euro. Pat. No. 0 842 463
(96927260.8) DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL,PT.ES,SE,GB;
Republic of Korea Pat. Nos. KR201211B1 and
KR226206B1; and additional patents are pending
worldwide.
Bluetooth is a trademark of the Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sharp is
under license. Other trademarks and trade names are
those of their respective owners.
CP8 PATENT
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 Visual Patent
Portfolio License for the personal and non-commercial use of
a consumer to (i) encode video in compliance with the
MPEG-4 Video Standard (“MPEG-4 Video”) and/or (ii) decode
MPEG-4 Video that was encoded by a consumer engaged in
a personal and non-commercial activity and/or was obtained
from a licensed video provider. No license is granted or
implied for any other use. Additional information may be
obtained from MPEG LA. See http://www.mpegla.com.
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 Systems Patent
Portfolio License for encoding in compliance with the MPEG4 Systems Standard, except that an additional license and
payment of royalties are necessary for encoding in
connection with (i) data stored or replicated in physical media
which is paid for on a title by title basis and/or (ii) data which
is paid for on a title by title basis and is transmitted to an end
user for permanent storage and/or use. Such additional
license may be obtained from MPEG LA, LLC. See http://
www.mpegla.com for additional details.
Useful Functions and Services
Your phone offers you the following features:
• A built-in digital camera for taking pictures and
video clips.
• A message function for reading and creating SMS
messages.
• MMS (Multimedia Messaging Services) for
personalising your phone in various ways.
• A WAP browser for accessing information in
SmarTone ‘in’.
• Java™ applications. You can also download various
applications from SmarTone via the mobile Internet.
• A melody editing function for creating original
ringtones using up to 32 voices.
• A voice recorder function for recording and playing
back voice clips.
• A Bluetooth® wireless technology interface for
establishing contact and transmitting data with
certain devices. You can transmit pictures, sounds,
and video clips to OBEX-enabled phones.
• An infrared interface for data communication. You
can transmit pictures, sounds, and video clips to
OBEX-enabled phones.
• A data synchronization function for synchronizing
the Phonebook and schedule entries with Microsoft
Outlook or Outlook Express on a PC.
• A schedule alarm for creating and sending schedule
entries with alarm settings.
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Table of Contents
Introduction .................................................. 1
Useful Functions and Services......................3
Getting Started ............................................. 8
Inserting the SIM Card and the Battery ...... 10
Charging the Battery ................................... 12
Turning Your Phone On and Off ................ 13
Keypad Lock............................................... 14
Display Indicators ....................................... 14
Navigating Functions................................. 17
Call Functions............................................. 18
Making a Call.............................................. 18
Speed Dialling............................................. 18
Redialling.................................................... 19
Answering a Call ........................................ 19
Incall Menu ................................................. 20
Entering Characters ................................... 24
Changing the Input Languages ................... 25
Changing the Input Method ........................ 25
Using Text Templates ................................. 31
Using the Menu........................................... 32
List of Menu Functions............................... 33
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Phonebook .................................................34
Selecting the Storage Memory ....................34
Changing the List Displayed .......................34
Add New ....................................................35
Copying Phonebook Entries between SIM
Card and Handset ........................................35
Finding a Name and Number ......................36
Dialling from the Phonebook ......................36
Editing Phonebook Entries..........................37
Deleting Phonebook Entries........................37
Viewing Groups ..........................................37
Memory Status ............................................38
Speed Dial List ............................................38
Sending a Phonebook Entry ........................39
Receiving a Phonebook Entry .....................39
Dialling a Service Phone Number...............39
Camera ........................................................40
Digital Camera ...........................................40
Video Camera .............................................44
Messages ....................................................48
MMS ..........................................................48
SMS ............................................................53
Alert Inbox .................................................55
Voicemail ...................................................56
Cell Broadcasts ...........................................56
Area Info .....................................................57
Browser ...................................................... 58
Starting the WAP Browser..........................58
Navigating a WAP Page..............................58
Gallery ........................................................ 61
Picture Gallery ...........................................61
Video Gallery .............................................64
Sound Gallery .............................................65
Java™ Gallery ............................................67
Bookmarks .................................................68
Text Templates ...........................................68
Chinese Templates .....................................69
Memory Status ...........................................71
Java™ ......................................................... 72
Java™ Gallery ............................................72
Java™ Wallpaper .......................................73
Download More .........................................73
Settings .......................................................74
Java™ Information .....................................75
Organiser ....................................................76
SIM Application ........................................ 76
Calendar ..................................................... 76
Alarms ....................................................... 78
Calculator .................................................. 80
Voice Recorder .......................................... 81
Melody Editor ............................................ 82
Help List .................................................... 86
Profiles .......................................................87
Profiles ....................................................... 87
Call Manager ..............................................92
Call Log ..................................................... 92
Speed Dial List .......................................... 93
My Numbers .............................................. 93
Call Timers ................................................ 93
Data Counter .............................................. 93
Settings ......................................................94
Setting the Display .................................... 94
Call Settings ............................................... 96
Date & Time ............................................ 100
Changing the Language ........................... 101
Connectivity ............................................ 102
Network Settings ..................................... 105
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Security .................................................... 108
Master Reset ............................................ 109
Connecting GZ100 to Your PC ................ 110
System Requirements ............................... 110
GSM/GPRS Modem ................................. 110
Handset Manager ...................................... 111
Software Installation ................................. 111
Note...........................................................111
Troubleshooting ....................................... 113
Safety Precautions and Conditions of
Use............................................................. 115
Conditions of Use ..................................... 115
Environment.............................................. 118
Precautions Concerning Vehicle Use ....... 118
SAR...........................................................119
Precautions for Use in USA...................... 119
Out of Warranty List................................. 122
Index .......................................................... 123
Quick Reference ....................................... 127
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Table of Contents
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Getting Started
1
16
2
8
13
3
9
10
11
12
7
14
Getting Started
18
21
22
23
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1. Earpiece
2. Navigation Keys (Arrow Keys):
abcd
Moves cursor to select
menu items, etc.
Up/Down arrow keys: Displays Phonebook
entries in stand-by mode.
Displays list of Java™
Left arrow key:
Gallery in stand-by mode.
Right arrow key:
Displays Picture Gallery in
stand-by mode.
8
20
17
4
5
6
19
3. Centre Key:
4. Left Soft Key:
A
5. Send Key:
D
Displays Main menu in
stand-by mode and
executes functions.
Executes the function at the
bottom left of the screen.
Makes or accepts calls,
views the call in stand-by
mode.
6. Voicemail Key:
G
7. * /Shift Key:
P
8. Display
9. Right Soft Key:
C
10.End/Power Key:
F
11.Keypad
12.# Key:
R
Press and hold this key to
connect to Voicemail
automatically. (Depends on
the SIM card.)
Switches input method,
e.g.: Abc, ABC, 123 and
abc.
Executes the function at the
bottom right of the screen.
Used to access Homepage
by opening the browser in
stand-by mode.
Ends a call, turns power on/
off.
In stand-by mode, long
press R launches
“Profiles” screen.
In text editing mode, R
launches symbol screen.
Long press this key on the
text entry screen to shift
text input method between
multi-tap and T9 mode.
Press
, then R during
stand-by to activate Voice
Recorder.
13.Side-Up/Side-Down Keys:
VW
Moves cursor to select
menu items, adjusts
earpiece volume, etc.
14.External Connector:
Used to connect either the
charger or USB data cable.
15.Microphone
16.Infrared Port:
Sends and receives data via
infrared.
17.Camera Key:
Starts the digital camera in
stand-by mode.
Takes pictures or records
videos in viewfinder mode.
18.Handsfree Kit Connector
19.Built-in Aerial:
Warning: Do not cover the
top of the phone with your
hand when in use as this
may interfere with the
performance of the built-in
aerial.
20.RF Connector
21.Camera
22.Self-Portrait Mirror: For taking a self-portrait.
23.Battery Cover
Getting Started
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Inserting the SIM Card and the
Battery
1. Slide off the battery cover (
).
3. Hold the battery so that the metal contacts of the
battery are facing down, slide the guides on the top
of the battery into the battery slots
, and then
insert it
.
1
2
2
2. Slide the SIM card into the SIM holder.
1
4. Replace the battery cover and slide it as shown
below.
SIM card
Note
• Make sure that only 3V SIM cards are used.
• Make sure that the standard accessory battery
(XN-1BT30) is used.
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Getting Started
Removing the SIM Card and the Battery
1. Make sure to turn off your phone and disconnect the
charger and other accessories. Slide off the battery
cover (
).
3. Hold down gently
out of the SIM holder
whilst sliding the SIM card
.
1
1
2
2
2. Pick up the battery using the protruding edge and
remove the battery from the phone.
Battery Disposal
In order to protect the environment, please read the
following points concerning battery disposal:
• Take the used battery to your local waste depot,
dealer or customer service centre for recycling.
• Do not expose the used battery to an open flame, into
water or dispose with the household waste.
Getting Started
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Charging the Battery
You must charge the battery for at least 2 hours before
using your phone for the first time.
Using the Charger
1. Remove the cover of the external connector, and
connect the charger to the external socket located at
the bottom of the phone by pressing both sides
indicated with arrows. Connect the charger to an
AC outlet. Keep the cover in a safe place so as not
to lose it.
Note
• Charging time may vary depending on the state of the
battery and other conditions (See “Battery” on
page 116).
To Disconnect the Charger
Long press the side buttons of the charger, then
disconnect the charger from the external socket of the
phone.
2. When charging is complete, the battery indicator
icon displays the full charge status. Unplug the
charger from the AC outlet, then unplug the charger
connector from the phone. Put the cover back.
Note
• Do not use any non approved charger, this may
damage your phone and invalidate any warranty (See
“Battery” on page 116 for details).
When the phone is charging, the animated battery
status icon (
) in the upper right of the screen
displays the current status.
Standard charging time: Approx. 2 hours.
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Getting Started
To Charge Using the Cigarette Lighter Charger
The optional cigarette lighter charger supplies power
for charging from the cigarette lighter socket of a car.
Battery Level Indicator
The current battery level is displayed in the upper right
hand side of the screen.
Low Battery During Use
When the battery is running low, an alarm will sound
and the “
” is displayed on the screen.
If you are using your phone and you hear the “low
battery” alarm, attach your charger as soon as possible.
The phone may not be able to continue normal
operation if you continue to use it. The battery may only
last approximately five minutes before the phone itself
powers down during a call.
Battery Indicators
Charge Level
Sufficiently charged
Partially charged
Charging recommended
Charging required
Empty
Turning Your Phone On and Off
To turn the power on, press and hold F for
approximately 2 seconds.
The stand-by screen is displayed.
To turn the power off, press and hold F for
approximately 2 seconds.
To Enter the PIN Code
If activated you are asked to enter a PIN (Personal
Identification Number) code after turning on your
phone.
1. Enter your PIN code.
2. Press
.
Note
• If your PIN code is entered incorrectly three times in
a row, the SIM card is locked. See “Enabling/
Disabling the PIN Code” on page 108.
To Copy Phonebook Entries from the SIM Card
When you insert the SIM card into your phone for the
first time and start the Call Manager application, you
are asked whether you wish to copy Phonebook entries
on the SIM card. Follow the on-screen instructions, or
you can do it later using the Phonebook menu as
follows:
Getting Started
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“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced” → “Copy All Entries” → “From SIM to
Handset”
Display Indicators
Keypad Lock
Status
indicators
You can lock the keypad to prevent it from being
pressed accidentally.
Locking the Keypad
1. Press P, then [Lock Keys] during stand-by.
The soft and centre keys are not displayed.
To unlock, press P, then [Yes].
Tip
• Emergency numbers (112, etc.) can be input and
dialled regardless of the keypad lock.
• To lock the keypad automatically, see “Auto Keypad
Lock” on page 108.
Left soft
key
Right soft key
Centre key/Navigation keys
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Getting Started
Status Indicators
1.
/ : Strength of received signal / Service out
of range
2.
:
3.
4.
GPRS enabled and within range —
flashes during GRPS transmission.
/
/
/
: Alerts [SMS / MMS / WAP]
:
Current application [executed (colour) /
suspended (red)]
5. (No display)/ / / / / :
Current profile [Normal / Meeting /
Activity / Car / Headset / Silent]
6.
/
7.
8.
/
/
:
/
9.
/
10.
:
:
11.
:
12.
/
13.
:
Secured WAP page displayed
Call incoming
Call in progress
:
Current WAP or MMS communication
mode [CSD / GPRS]
Battery level
14.
:
Roaming outside network
15.
:
“Ringer Volume” (p. 88) set to
“Silent”.
16.
:
Vibration alert (p. 88) enabled
17.
:
USB data cable connected
:
T9 text input method or Chinese
character input methods (T9 Stroke/T9
PinYin) enabled
18.
/
19.
/
/
:
Current text input method [First letter
uppercase / Uppercase / Lowercase /
Numeric]
20.
:
Data communication mode enabled
“Diverts” (p. 96) set to “All Calls”
21.
:
Fax communication mode enabled
:
/
“Infrared” connection [enabled /
communicating]
:
Bluetooth wireless setting [enabled /
communicating with handsfree headset /
communicating with handsfree car kit]
Getting Started
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22.
:
23.
24.
:
25.
/
26.
:
16
Outbox contains unsent MMS
:
Voicemail message alert
Appointment with reminder alarm
enabled
:
Schedule entry enabled [with / without
reminder alarm]
“Keypad Lock” (p. 14) enabled
Getting Started
Navigating Functions
All applications are accessed from the Main menu. To
open the Main menu, press the centre key ( ) during
stand-by.
To launch applications, you will need to highlight menu
items, and make selections. To select a menu item
(indicated in quotation marks), move the cursor using
a, b, c and d, and press
to commit your
selection.
In certain procedures, you will need to press one of the
soft keys (indicated in square brackets), which are
displayed at the bottom left and right of the screen.
Press the corresponding soft key (A or C).
To return to the previous screen, press the right soft key
if it displays “Back”. To close the Main menu, press the
right soft key if it displays “Exit”.
Each section in this user guide starts with a list of items
you will need to select in order (indicated in italics)
before performing the procedures shown. Select the
menu items in sequence.
Example:
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced”
Navigating Functions
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Call Functions
Making a Call
International Calls
1. Long press P until a “+” (international dialling
prefix) sign is displayed.
1. Enter the phone number you wish to dial and press
2. Enter the country code, followed by the area code
Emergency Calls
Speed Dialling
D to dial.
If you enter the wrong number, press [Clear] to
delete the number to the left of the cursor.
1. Enter 112 or 911 (international emergency number)
using the keypad and press D to dial.
Note
• Emergency calls may not be available on all mobile
phone networks when certain network services and/
or phone features are in use. Contact your network
operator for more information.
• This Emergency number can normally be used to
make an emergency call in any country, with or
without a SIM card inserted, if a GSM network is
within range.
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Call Functions
(without the leading zero) and the phone number,
and press D to dial.
Up to 9 phone numbers from the Phonebook memory
(Handset and SIM) can be assigned to speed dials. You
can call the numbers using the digit keys (H to O
and Q).
For details on setting the Speed Dial List, see “Speed
Dial List” on page 38.
1. To dial a number using the speed dial, long press
any of the digit keys (H to O and Q).
The phone number stored in the Speed Dial List is
dialled.
Redialling
You can redial numbers in the call log. Select from
specific categories or “All Calls”. Specific category
contains up to 10 numbers and the “All Calls” list
contains up to 30.
1. Press D during stand-by.
2. Select the category from “All Calls”, “Dialled
Numbers”, “Missed Calls”, or “Received Calls”.
To switch logs, press c or d.
3. Select the phone number you wish to call.
4. Press D to redial the call.
Automatic Redialling
This setting allows you to automatically redial the
number if the first attempt was unsuccessful because
the called party was busy.
If you wish to stop redialling, press F or [End].
To Set the Auto Redial Function
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Auto Redial”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
Note
• When you receive an incoming call, the Auto Redial
function is interrupted.
• Automatic redialling is not available for fax and data
calls.
Answering a Call
When an incoming call is detected, the phone rings.
1. Press D,
or [Answer] to answer the call.
Or press any key except F and [Busy] when the
“Any Key Answer” function is enabled. Set the Any
Key Answer function in the profile of each mode
(p. 91).
Tip
• When the handsfree (separately purchased) is
connected to the phone, you can answer calls by
pressing the Answer button.
• If you have subscribed to the Calling Line
Identification (CLI) service and the caller’s network
sends the number, the caller’s number is displayed on
the screen. If the caller’s name and number are
stored in the Phonebook, the caller’s name and
phone number are displayed on the screen.
• If the number is a restricted number, the display
shows “Withheld”.
• When receiving a call from the person whose picture
is registered in the Phonebook, receiving display and
the picture are displayed alternately.
Call Functions
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Rejecting an Incoming Call
1. Press F or long press the side-up or side-down
key whilst the phone is ringing to reject a call you
do not wish to answer.
3. Press
Letting the Caller Know You are Unavailable
Putting a Call on Hold
This function allows you to manage two calls at the
same time. If you wish to make another call whilst you
are talking to someone, you can put the current call on
hold to call someone else.
1. Press [Busy] whilst the phone is ringing to send a
busy tone to the caller of an incoming call letting
them know that you cannot answer the call.
Incall Menu
Your phone has additional functions available whilst a
call is in progress.
Adjusting the Earpiece Volume
During a call, you can adjust the earpiece volume (and
handsfree volume, if connected).
1. During a call, press the side-up or side-down key to
display the Earpiece Volume screen.
2. Press the side-up key (or a/d) to increase the
volume of the call or press the side-down key or
(b/c) to decrease the volume.
Five levels (level 1 to 5) are selectable.
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Call Functions
when the volume is set to the desired
level.
The phone returns to the in-call screen
automatically if left unoperated.
To Make Another Call during a Call
1. During a call, press [Options].
2. Select “Hold”.
The current call is put on hold.
3. To retrieve a call, press [Options] and select
“Retrieve”.
4. Enter the phone number you wish to make another
call to, then press D.
Tip
• You can also make another call by entering the phone
number during a call instead of steps 1 and 2. The
current call is automatically put on hold.
Call Waiting
This service notifies you of another incoming call
whilst you have a call in progress.
1. During a call, press [Options] and select “Hold &
Answer” to answer the second call.
The first call is put on hold and you can now talk to
the second caller.
2. Press [Options] and select “Swap Calls” to switch
between the two calls.
3. Press [Options] and select “Release Call” to end the
current call and return to the held call.
Note
• You need to set “Call Waiting” to “On” if you use the
Call Waiting service (p. 97).
• Call Waiting service may not be available on all
networks. Contact your network operator for more
information.
• If you do not wish to answer the second call, press
[Busy], or press [Options], and select “Busy” or
“Reject”, in step 1. If “Reject” is selected, the call
log of the second call is saved as a missed call.
Accessing SMS Menu During a Call
1. During a call, press [Options] and select “SMS”.
The following options are available: “Create
Message” to make an SMS, or “Inbox”, “Sent” or
“Drafts” to access these folders. For details on SMS,
see “SMS” on page 53.
Conference Call
Conference call is a call with more than 2 participants.
You may include up to 5 participants in a conference
call.
To Make a Conference Call
To make a conference call, you must have one active
call and one held call.
1. During a call, press [Options] and select
“Multiparty” to answer the second call.
2. Select “Conference All” to join the conference call.
3. Press F to end the conference call.
Call Functions
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Note
• Conference call service may not be available on all
networks. Contact your network operator for more
information.
• You have more options for the Conference call in step
3:
• To put all participants on hold, select “Conf. Hold
All”.
• To put all participants except the current call on
hold, select “Private”.
• To end the call with all participants, select
“Release All”.
• To disconnect from the conference call but still
allow the other participants to continue talking
together, select “Transfer”.
• To put the current call on hold and continue to
have a conference call with the remaining
participants, select “Exclude”.
• To reject adding more participants to the current
party, select “Reject”, or you can send the busy
tone by selecting “Busy”.
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Call Functions
To Add New Participants to the Conference Call
1. Press [Options] and select “Dial”.
2. Enter the number you wish to include in the
conference call and press D to dial.
3. Press [Options] and select “Multiparty”.
4. Select “Conference All” to join the conference call.
If you wish to add other participants, repeat steps 1
to 4.
To End the Call with a Conference Call Participant
1. During a conference call, highlight the person that
you wish to disconnect from the conference call.
2. Press [Options] and select “Release Call”.
To Have a Private Conversation with One of the
Participants
If you wish to have a private conversation with one of
the participants, you may select the participant from the
conference list and put the other participants on hold.
1. During a conference call, select the person that you
wish to talk to.
2. Press [Options] and select “Multiparty”.
Enabling/Disabling the Bluetooth Function
You can activate or deactivate the Bluetooth function
from the Incall menu.
1. Press [Options] and select “Enable Bluetooth” or
“Disable Bluetooth”.
3. Select “Private”.
4. Once you have finished the private conversation,
press [Options] and select “Multiparty”.
5. Select “Conference All” to return to the conference
call.
Muting the Dial Tone (DTMF Tone)
1. During a call, press [Options].
2. Select “DTMF Tones Off”.
To unmute, select “DTMF Tones On”.
Muting the Microphone
1. During a call, press [Mute] to mute the microphone.
To unmute the microphone, press [Unmute].
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Entering Characters
Key
When entering characters to create Phonebook entries,
SMS or MMS, etc., press the corresponding keys.
In multi-tap input method, press each key until the
desired character is displayed. For example, press H
once for the letter “A” or twice for the letter “B”.
Table of Characters
Pressing each key scrolls characters in the following
order. The order varies depending on the language
selected.
M
N
O
Q
P
English Mode
Key
G
H
I
J
K
L
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Upper Case
Characters
Lower Case
Characters
Numeric
. (full-stop) , (comma) - (hyphen) ? !
’ (apostrophe) @ :1
1
ABC2
abc2
2
DEF3
def3
3
GHI4
ghi4
4
JKL5
jkl5
5
MNO6
mno6
6
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R
Upper Case
Characters
Lower Case
Characters
Numeric
PQRS7
pqrs7
7
TUV8
tuv8
8
WXYZ9
wxyz9
9
(space)+ = < > € £ $ ¥ % &0
0
Switches character case among four modes:
Abc, ABC, 123 and abc.
. , ? !
@ ' '' (
% / ˜ <
¿ ¡ ^ [
Æ å ä æ
Ñ ñ Ö Ø
ù ∆ Φ Γ
Ξ (space) ↵
:
)
>
]
à
ö
Λ
;
_
§
{
Ç
ø
Ω
&
=
}
É
ò
Π
+
€
\
¤
è
ß
Ψ
#
£
|
Å
é
Ü
Σ
*
$
¥
Ä
ì
ü
Θ
G-O: Press and hold to enter 0 - 9 numbers.
Q
P:
Press and hold to enter *.
R:
Press and hold to shift between multitap and T9 mode.
Changing the Input Languages
You can change the input language on the text entry
screen.
1. On the text entry screen, press [Options].
2. Select “Input Language”.
If “Input Language” is not displayed, select “Text
Options” and then select “Input Language”.
3. Select the desired language.
When “English” is selected for the Input
Language option
...
Changing the Input Method
1. On the text entry screen, press [Options].
2. Select “Input Method”.
If “Input Method” is not
displayed, select “Text
Options” and then select
“Input Method”.
3. Select the input method you
wish to use.
When “Traditional Chinese” is selected for the
Input Language option
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When “Simplified Chinese” is selected for the
Input Language option
Tip
In T9 or multi-tap mode, you can switch input mode as
follows by long pressing P.
English/T9 mode
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Input Language
= English
Input Language
= Traditional Chinese
Input Language
= Simplified Chinese
T9 Abc
T9 ABC
T9 abc
T9 Stroke
T9 Stroke
T9 PinYin
Abc
ABC
abc
Abc
ABC
abc
Abc
ABC
abc
Symbol Table
Numeric
Symbol Table
Numeric
Symbol Table
Numeric
Entering Characters
Traditional Chinese/T9 mode
Simplified Chinese/T9 mode
Note
• If the correct word is not shown in step 6, enter the
correct word again after switching to the multi-tap
input method.
Tip
• If you press Q instead of step 7, a space is inserted
next to the selected word.
T9 Text Input
T9 text input method is a shortcut to enter text easily
and quickly.
1. On the text entry screen, long press R to enter T9
mode.
2. Press [Options].
3. Select “Input Method”.
If “Input Method” is not displayed, select “Text
Options” and then select “Input Method”.
4. Select the T9 mode (T9 Abc, T9 ABC, T9 abc) you
wish to change. “ ”is displayed on the main
display.
Symbols and Punctuations
1. On the text entry screen, press [Options].
2. Select “Add Symbol”, or press R from any input
mode.
If “Add Symbol” is not displayed, select “Text
Options” and then select “Add Symbol”.
The first symbol page is displayed.
In Chinese input mode, the FullWidth Symbols
screen is displayed.
3. Press a or b to switch pages (1 through 7), or use
the numeric keys (1 through 7).
5. Press each key to enter the letter.
6. If you wish to correct the word, highlight the word,
then press [Clear] to correct.
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Table of PinYin and Stroke characters
Pressing each key scrolls characters in the following order.
When “Traditional/Simplified Chinese” is
selected for the input language option
Key
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
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Stroke
PinYin
Changing the Input Method between Stroke
and PinYin
See “Changing the Input Method” on page 25.
Using Stroke Mode (Traditional)
The following is an example of entering “
1. Change the input mode to T9
Stroke mode.
abc
def
ghi
jkl
Wildcard
mno
pqrs
tuv
wxyg
Space
Go to the FullWidth Symbols screen.
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2. Press IGJ to display
the corresponding stroke for
“
”.
”.
3. Long press the corresponding
key to complete the selection.
(In this case, M)
Note
• Each Traditional/Simplified Chinese mode has own
T9 Stroke mode. The screen examples in steps 1 to 3
are displayed when you select “Traditional Chinese”
in the Input Language option.
Using PinYin Mode
Input field
Press and hold the
corresponding numeric
key to select the desired
character directly from
the Candidate field.
Candidate field
The following is an example of entering “
”.
1. Press K for the first letter of the reading, then
highlight “l”.
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2. Press J for the vowel of the first letter, then
highlight “li”.
Characters with the same reading are displayed in
the Candidate field.
3. Select the desired character.
4. Long press corresponding numeric key to enter the
desired character (in this case, H).
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Entering Characters
Tip
• If a character contains two vowels (such as “ie”),
enter the second vowel after entering the first vowel.
For example, enter K, J and I to display
“lie”.
• When the cursor is placed behind the first character,
the Candidate field displays characters most likely to
follow.
• If you want to use tone options,
press and hold P instead of
step 3 to display the desired
character.
The tone symbols are displayed
in the Candidate field.
Press the corresponding
numeric key (H).
Using Text Templates
Copying, Cutting and Pasting Text
Using these options, you can complete editing
smoothly.
You can use the sentences registered in Text Templates
when entering characters.
For details on creating the text template, see “Adding
Phrases to Text Templates” on page 68.
1. On the text entry screen, move the cursor to the
point you wish to insert the template.
2. Press [Options].
1. On the MMS editing screen, press [Options] and
3. Select “Text Template”.
3. Navigate the cursor to the first letter to be copied or
If “Text Template” is not displayed, select “Text
Options” and then select “Text Template”.
4. Select the desired text template.
The selected text template is inserted.
To Copy and Cut Text
select “Text Options”. On the SMS editing screen,
press [Options].
2. Select “Copy” or “Cut”.
to be cut, then press
.
4. Navigate the cursor to the last letter to highlight the
area, then press
.
To Paste Text
1. On the text entry screen, navigate the cursor to the
point you wish to paste the letters.
2. On the MMS editing screen, press [Options] and
select “Text Options”. On the SMS editing screen,
press [Options].
3. Select “Paste”.
Saved text is pasted.
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Using the Menu
Using the Main Menu
Shortcut Keys
You can shortcut to the specified menus by pressing
and digit keys for the menu’s corresponding number on
the Main menu. See the following table for reference.
Shortcuts are listed in the headings of this manual. For
example: “M 9-6”.
Example: To Access “Network Settings” Sub
Menu Using Shortcut Keys
Press
O L.
Note
• The shortcut keys work for the first three menu levels
only.
1. Press
during stand-by.
The Main menu is displayed.
2. Navigate to required location.
3. Press
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to access function.
Using the Menu
List of Menu Functions
Menu No./
Main Menu
1 Java™
2 Browser
3 Organiser
4 Messages
5 Camera
Menu No./
Sub Menu1
1 Java™ Gallery
2 Java™ Wallpaper
3 Download More
4 Settings
5 Java™ Information
1 Homepage
2 Bookmarks
1 SIM Application*
2 Calendar
3 Alarms
4 Calculator
5 Voice Recorder
6 Melody Editor
7 Help List
1 Create Message
2 MMS
3 SMS
4 Alert Inbox
5 Voicemail
6 Cell Broadcasts
7 Area Info
1 Digital Camera
2 Video Camera
Menu No./
Main Menu
6 Gallery
7 Profiles
8 Call Manager
9 Settings
Menu No./
Sub Menu1
1 Picture Gallery
2 Video Gallery
3 Sound Gallery
4 Java™ Gallery
5 Bookmarks
6 Text Templates
7 Chinese Templates
8 Memory Status
1 Normal
2 Meeting
3 Activity
4 Car
5 Headset
6 Silent
1 Phonebook
2 Add New
3 Call Log
4 Speed Dial List
5 My Numbers
6 Call Timers
7 Data Counter
8 Call Costs
9 Service Dialling No.*
1 Display
2 Call Settings
3 Date & Time
4 Language
5 Connectivity
6 Network Settings
7 Security
8 Master Reset
* Depends on SIM card contents.
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Phonebook (M 8-1)
Items stored in the SIM memory
You can store the phone numbers and e-mail addresses
of your friends, family and colleagues in the
Phonebook.
Depending on the size of the entry, your phone can
store up to 640 phone numbers. In a Phonebook, you
can store the following items.
Phone number:
Items stored in the handset memory
Last Name
First Name
Tel Mobile Private
Tel Private
Tel Office
E-mail Private
E-mail Business
Address
Note
Tip
• There is no character limit for entering text into the
above fields when using the internal memory.
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Phonebook
Name:
The number of characters that can be
stored differs depending on the SIM
card you use.
Up to 40 digits
Selecting the Storage Memory
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced” → “Save to”
1. Select source from “Handset Memory” or “SIM
Memory”, or “Choice”.
Tip
• “Choice” prompts you to choose the memory every
time you save a new entry.
Changing the List Displayed
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced” → “Source”
1. Select from “Handset Memory”, “SIM Memory” or
“Both”.
Add New (M 8-2)
You can choose either the Handset Memory or SIM
Memory to store the new entry. For switching
locations, see “Selecting the Storage Memory” on
page 34.
The amount of phone numbers that you can store to the
SIM card is dependent on its capacity. Contact your
network operator for details.
“Call Manager” → “Add New”
1. Highlight the field you wish to fill in, and enter the
relevant information.
2. Press [Save] when finished.
Tip
• To create an entry, at least one field must be filled. If
you create a new entry on the SIM card, you need to
enter a phone number.
Adding a Thumbnail to Entries
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook”
1. Select the desired entry.
2. Press [Options] and select “Edit”.
Note
• If you delete a picture in Picture Gallery, the
corresponding thumbnail is also deleted.
• If the picture size exceeds 120 dots (W) or 160 dots
(H), specify the area you wish to display.
Copying Phonebook Entries between
SIM Card and Handset
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced” → “Copy All Entries”
1. Select “From SIM to Handset” or “From Handset to
SIM”.
Note
• When you insert the SIM card into your phone for the
first time and start the Call Manager application, the
confirmation screen appears automatically, asking
you if you wish to copy or not. The number of
Phonebook entries to be copied varies depending on
the SIM capacity.
3. Press [Options] and select “Thumbnail”.
4. Select the desired picture.
5. Press [Save] when finished.
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Copying a Single Entry from Handset to SIM
Card
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook”
1. Select the desired entry.
2. Highlight the desired phone number.
3. Press [Options] and select “Copy to SIM”.
Finding a Name and Number
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced” → “Search Mode”
1. Select the search mode you wish to use.
Search results are displayed.
2. Select the desired name.
Tip
• You can select the source from “Handset Memory”,
“SIM Memory” or “Both” before searching.
• To view the details of the item such as address,
highlight the desired item, press [Options]and select
“View”.
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Phonebook
Dialling from the Phonebook
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook”
1. Highlight the desired entry and Press D.
Tip
• You can also dial a number from the speed dial list by
long pressing the corresponding digit key at stand-by
mode.
• If more than one phone number is registered for the
entry, select the desired phone number after step 1
and press D.
• You can also dial from the details screen of the
Phonebook. On the details screen, select the desired
phone number and press D.
• If you select “SIM Memory” for the “Source” option
in Phonebook menu (p. 34), only one phone number
entry is displayed.
Editing Phonebook Entries
Viewing Groups
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Edit”
1. Select the field you wish to edit, and modify the
information.
2. Press [Save] when finished.
You can set group icons when storing Phonebook
entries so that you can easily find and edit them.
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced” → “Group” → “View Groups”
1. Select the desired group.
“ ” appears next to the selected group. Select the
group again to cancel, and the checkbox becomes
unchecked.
Deleting Phonebook Entries
Deleting All Phonebook Entries
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced” → “Delete All Entries”
1. Enter your handset code.
2. Select “Handset Entries” or “SIM Entries”.
The default handset code is “0000”. For details on
changing the handset code, see “To Change Handset
Code” on page 109.
Deleting a Phonebook Entry
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook”
1. Highlight the desired entry.
2. Press [Options] and select “Delete”.
Tip
• Press [Options] and select “Current Only” to view
only the selected group or “Select All” to view all
groups.
Group Call
Different ringtones can be set for each group. When
you purchase this phone, groups are set to off. If you do
not set a group ringtone, the ringtone assigned in the
Settings menu is used.
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced” → “Group” → “Group Call”
1. Select the desired group.
2. Select “Switch On/Off”.
3. Select “On” or “Off”.
4. Select “Assign Melody”.
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5. Select “Preset Melodies” or “Sound Gallery”.
6. Select the desired ringtone.
For details on selecting a ringtone, see “Assigning
Melody” on page 88.
7. Select “Vibration” and select from “Enable”,
“Disable” or “Link to Sound”.
For details on selecting a vibration, see “Vibration”
on page 88.
8. Press [OK].
Assigning a Ringtone to Each Phonebook
Entry
A specified ringtone or vibration setting can be
associated to a pre-registered entry.
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook”
1. Select the desired entry.
2. Press [Options] and select “Edit”.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Press [Options] and select “Ringtone”.
Select “Switch On/Off”.
Select “On” or “Off”.
Select “Assign Melodies”.
Select “Preset Melodies” or “Sound Gallery”.
Phonebook
8. Select the desired ringtone.
For details on selecting a ringtone, see “Assigning
Melody” on page 88.
9. Select “Vibration” and select from “Enable”,
“Disable” or “Link to Sound”.
For details on selecting a vibration, “Vibration” on
page 88.
10. Press [OK].
11. Press [Save].
Memory Status
This function helps you to check the number of entries
stored in the Phonebook.
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook” → [Options] →
“Advanced” → “Memory Status”
Speed Dial List
You can set a maximum of 9 phone numbers in the
Speed Dial List (p. 93).
Setting Phonebook Entries in the Speed Dial List
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook”
1. Select the desired entry.
2. Highlight the desired phone number.
3. Press [Options] and select “Add to Speed Dial”.
4. Select the desired list number.
Tip
• The nine digit keys correspond to list numbers.
• To view the speed dial list, see page 93.
Sending a Phonebook Entry
“Call Manager” → “Phonebook”
1. Highlight the desired entry.
2. Press [Options] and select “Send Recipient”.
3. Select “Via Bluetooth” or “Via Infrared”.
For “Via Bluetooth”
The phone starts searching for Bluetooth wireless
technology enabled devices within 10 metres.
When detected, a list of enabled devices is displayed
allowing you to select the desired device. The
connection can be established and the entry sent.
For “Via Infrared”
The phone starts searching for an infrared-enabled
device within 20 centimetres.
When detected, the infrared connection is
established and the entry is sent.
Note
• When pairing, you need to enter your passcode when
establishing contact with a Bluetooth wireless
technology enabled device for the first time.
Receiving a Phonebook Entry
When the phone receives a Phonebook entry, a
confirmation message appears in the stand-by mode
screen.
1. Press [Yes].
The received entry is registered in the Phonebook.
Press [No] to reject.
Tip
• For details on making Infrared or Bluetooth wireless
settings, see “Connectivity” on page 102.
Dialling a Service Phone Number
Certain SIM cards contain service phone numbers that
can be dialled. Contact your SIM card vendor for more
information. On the Call Manager screen, “Service
Dialling No.” is displayed at the bottom of the list.
“Call Manager”
1. Select “Service Dialling No.”
2. Select the desired service phone number.
Tip
• If the SIM card contains only one service phone
number, you can dial it in step 1 by pressing
.
• If no service phone number is stored in the SIM card,
this menu is not displayed.
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Camera (M 5)
Your phone has an integrated digital camera.
This allows you to take and send pictures or video clips
wherever you are.
Digital Camera (M 5-1)
Put the phone into the digital camera mode to take a
picture. Pictures are saved in Picture Gallery in JPEG
format in the following three picture sizes.
L: 480 × 640 dots
M: 240 × 320 dots
S: 120 × 160 dots
Taking Pictures
“Camera” → “Digital Camera”
The preview is displayed through the screen.
1. Press
or the Camera key to take the picture.
The shutter sounds and the still image of the taken
picture is displayed. Press [Cancel] to retake a picture.
2. Press [Save].
“Saving (file name) to Gallery…” is displayed.
3. Press F to return to stand-by.
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Camera
Remaining shots indicator
123:
Indicates the remaining number of
pictures that can be taken.
Tip
• Pressing the Camera key during stand-by also
activates digital camera mode.
• If you wish to send a picture by MMS message after
taking the picture, press
before step 2. Then
select “MMS”. Large MMS messages may cause the
size of attached pictures to be reduced.
Using the Full Screen
The preview can be displayed on the full screen without
the soft key area and indicators.
“Camera” → “Digital Camera” → [Options] →“Full
Viewfinder”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
Tip
• You can also turn on or off the full screen mode by
pressing Q.
Taking a Self-Portrait
To take a self-portrait, hold the phone with the mirror
facing you whilst holding the phone at least 40 cm
away. Press
or the Camera key to take the picture.
Using the Zoom Function
Press c or d to change the zooming ratio.
Zooming ratio indicators
: Magnification
Note
• When “Picture Size” is set to “S”, the zoom function
has 3 magnifications (×1, ×2, ×4).
• When “Picture Size” is set to “M”, the zoom function
has 2 magnifications (×1, ×2).
Selecting the Picture Size
“Camera” → “Digital Camera” → [Options] →
“Picture Size”
1. Select the desired picture size.
Selecting the Picture Quality
“Camera” → “Digital Camera” → [Options] →
“Picture Quality”
1. Select “Normal” or “Fine”.
Picture quality indicators
: Fine
: Normal
Selecting the Anti-flicker
“Camera” → “Digital Camera” → [Options] →
“Anti-flicker”
1. Select “Mode1: 50 Hz” or “Mode2: 60 Hz”.
Note
• Vertical stripes may occur on the picture due to the
light source. Change the mode to rectify.
• The digital camera uses a C-MOS sensor. Although
this camera has been manufactured to the highest
specifications, some pictures may still appear too
bright or too dark.
• If the phone has been left in a hot place for a long
time before taking or saving a picture, the picture
quality may be poor.
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In the Case of No Available Memory
When the number of pictures that can be taken becomes
3 or less, the remaining shots indicator in the upper left
of the screen turns red. (The number of pictures that can
be taken is approximate.)
If the number of pictures that can be taken becomes 0,
you will see the message, “Memory full. Please delete
some data!” appears. You cannot take any more
pictures until you delete some existing files in the
Gallery.
Adjusting the Brightness of the Picture
According to Lighting Conditions
Press a or b to adjust the brightness of the picture.
Picture brightness (exposure level) indicators
: (Bright → Normal → Dark)
Once the phone has returned to the stand-by screen, the
brightness settings return to default.
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Camera
Viewing the Taken Pictures
“Camera” → “Digital Camera” → [Options] →
“Picture Gallery”
The list of pictures is displayed.
1. Select the file you wish to view.
The selected picture is displayed.
Tip
• Your pictures are given file names which are
“pictureNNN.jpg” (NNN is a consecutive number).
The file name (without an extension), date and size of
your pictures are displayed in the list.
Using the Timer (Delay Timer)
“Camera” → “Digital Camera” → [Options] →
“Delay Timer”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
“ ” is displayed on the screen and the phone
returns to digital camera mode.
2. Press
or the Camera key to start the delay timer.
10 seconds after the timer sounds, the shutter
sounds, and the camera takes a picture.
Note
• The countdown sounds whilst the delay timer is
operating.
• If
or the Camera key is pressed whilst the delay
timer is operating, the picture is taken instantly.
• The zoom function with c or d, or brightness
adjustment of the picture with a or b, is
unavailable whilst the delay timer is operating.
• If you wish to stop taking pictures with the timer,
press [Cancel] whilst the delay timer is operating.
Continuous Shot
Four pictures are taken in succession. Auto shot and
manual shot are available.
Continuous shot indicators
:
When pictures are taken in continuous shot
mode, these indicators appear on the screen.
* When delay timer and continuous shot functions
are simultaneously set, “ ” is displayed
instead.
“Camera” → “Digital Camera” → [Options]→
“Continuous Shot”
1. Select “Auto Shot” or “Manual Shot”.
Select “Off” to cancel.
2. Press
or the Camera key to start continuous
shot.
Auto Shot:
Four pictures are taken
successively.
Manual Shot: Pictures are taken one by one by
pressing
or the Camera key.
The taken pictures are saved automatically.
To stop continuous shot, press [Cancel].
Note
• When “Picture Size” is set to “L” or “M”, you
cannot use the continuous shot function.
• When you select a frame for taking pictures, you
cannot use the continuous shot function.
• Delay timer cannot be used with the manual shot
setting.
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Selecting a Frame
You can select the frame from preset patterns. You can
also select a frame in Picture Gallery.
“Camera” → “Digital Camera” → [Options] → “Add
Frame”
1. Select “Preset Frames” or “Picture Gallery”.
2. Select the desired frame.
The selected frame is confirmed on the display.
3. Press
.
Note
• When “Picture Size” is set to “L”or “M”, you
cannot use the Frame function.
• When you activate the Continuous Shooting function,
you cannot use the Frame function.
• Only the images of PNG format can be selected as the
frame if you select “Picture Gallery” in step 1.
However, images larger than 120 [W] × 160 [H]
cannot be used as frames.
Selecting the Shutter Sound
You can select the shutter sound from 3 preset patterns.
“Camera” → “Digital Camera” → [Options] →
“Shutter Sound”
1. Select the desired shutter sound.
To play back the shutter sound, press [Play].
Note
• Continuous Shot uses the specialised shutter sound
that settings cannot be changed.
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Camera
Video Camera (M 5-2)
Put the phone into the video camera mode to record a
video.
Video clips are saved in “.3gp” format in the following
two modes:
Record time indicators
: Message sending mode enabled
: Extended video mode enabled
Recording Video Clips
Sound can be recorded with the video clip.
“Camera” → “Video Camera”
The preview is displayed through the screen.
1. Press
or the Camera key to start recording the
video clip.
The sound for recording the video clip occurs.
If you press
or the Camera key again, or when
the recording is completed, the sound for ending the
video clip recording occurs and the display transits
to step 2.
2. Select “Save”.
“Saving (file name) to Gallery…” is displayed, then
the video clip is saved.
To preview a video clip before saving, select
“Preview”.
To send a video clip by MMS message after
recording the video clip, select “Save and Send”.
To record a video clip again, press [Cancel].
Remaining sets indicator
123
: Indicates the remaining sets of video
clips that can be recorded.
Using the Zoom Function
Press c or d to change the zooming ratio.
Zooming ratio indicators
: Magnification
Selecting the Recording Size Mode
You can select the recording size mode.
“Camera” → “Video Camera” → [Options] →
“Record Size”
1. Select “Extended Video” or “For MMS”.
Note
• If “For MMS” is selected, the size of the video clip
that can be recorded depends on the message size set
in MMS settings (p. 52).
• When the Message Size described on p. 52 is set
to“100 KB”, “Record Size” is not displayed.
• “Save and Send” is not displayed after recording in
extended video mode.
• This option is not applicable to some service
providers. Please contact your service provider for
more information.
Selecting Video Quality
“Camera” → “Video Camera” → [Options] →
“Video Quality”
1. Select “Normal” or “Fine”.
Video quality indicators
: Fine
: Normal
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Selecting the Anti-flicker
“Camera” → “Video Camera” → [Options] → “Antiflicker”
1. Select “Mode1: 50 Hz” or “Mode2: 60 Hz”.
Note
• Vertical stripes may occur on the video clip due to the
light source. Change the mode to rectify.
• The video camera uses a C-MOS sensor. Although
this camera has been manufactured to the highest
specifications, some video clips may still appear too
bright or too dark.
• If the phone has been left in a hot place for a long
time before recording a video clip, the video quality
may be poor.
In the Case of No Available Memory
When the number of video clips that can be recorded
becomes 3 or less, the remaining sets indicator in the
upper left of the screen turns red. (The number of sets
that can be recorded is approximate.)
If the number of video clips can be recorded becomes 0,
you will see the message, “Memory full. Please delete
some data!” appears. You cannot record any more video
clips until you delete some existing files in the Gallery.
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Adjusting the Brightness of the Video Clips
According to Lighting Conditions
Press a or b to adjust the brightness of the video clip.
Picture brightness (exposure level) indicators
: (Bright → Normal → Dark)
Once the phone has returned to the stand-by screen, the
brightness settings return to default.
Viewing Recorded Video Clips
“Camera” → “Video Camera” → [Options] →
“Video Gallery”
The list of video clips is displayed.
1. Select the file you wish to view.
2. Press
.
The selected video clip is played back.
To pause playback, press
.
To resume playback, press
again.
To stop playback, press [Back].
Tip
• Your video clips are given file names such as
“videoNNN.3gp” (NNN is a consecutive number).
The file name (without an extension), date and size of
your video clips are displayed in the list.
• If the video clip has been recorded with sound, the
volume can be adjusted by pressing a (or d/the
side-up key) or b (or c/the side-down key).
• The volume varies depending on the Settings of
Ringer (p. 88). The volume is 0 when “Ringer
Volume” is set to “Silent”.
Using the Timer (Delay Timer)
• If you wish to stop recording video clips with the
timer, press [Cancel] whilst the delay timer is
operating.
Recording Video Clips with Sound
“Camera” → “Video Camera” → [Options] → “Voice
Record”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
To Record a Video Clip with the Timer
“Camera” → “Video Camera” → [Options] →
“Delay Timer”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
“ ” is displayed on the screen and the phone
returns to video camera mode.
2. Press
or the Camera key to start the delay timer.
10 seconds after the timer sounds, the camera starts
recording the video clip.
Note
• The countdown sounds whilst the delay timer is
operating.
• If
or the Camera key is pressed whilst the delay
timer is operating, the video clip is recorded
instantly.
• The zoom function with c or d, or brightness
adjustment of the video with a or b, is unavailable
whilst the delay timer is operating.
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Messages (M 4)
Your phone allows you to send and receive SMS or
MMS and to receive WAP alerts.
MMS (M 4-2)
About MMS
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) allows you to
send and receive multimedia messages with graphical
images, photographs, sound, animations or video clips
attached.
Note
• Some MMS functions may not always be available
depending on your network. Contact your network
operator for more information.
Creating a New MMS (M 4-2-1)
A → “MMS” → “Create Message”
1. Enter the message.
To use the text template, move the cursor to the
point you wish to insert the template. Press
[Options] and select “Text Options”. Select “Text
Template” and then select the desired template.
2. Enter the phone number or e-mail address of the
recipient.
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3. Select “Send”.
After the message is sent, the message is moved to
the Sent box.
Note
• The current message size displayed whilst you are
creating the message is an approximation.
• If a message cannot be sent for some reason, the
message stays in the Outbox and “ ” is displayed
on the stand-by screen.
Tip
• You can use the phone number or e-mail address
from the Phonebook. (p. 36)
To use a phone number or e-mail address in the
Phonebook, press [Options] and select
“Phonebook” in step 2.
• To save the message without sending, select “Save to
Drafts” instead in step 3 .
• To enter the subject, select “Subject” in step 3 and
enter it. This is optional. Up to 40 characters as the
subject (and up to 20 recipients (for To and Cc)) can
be entered. However, these may be limited depending
on your network. In this case, you may not be able to
send MMS. Contact your network operator for more
information.
• To add more recipients, select “Add Recipient” in
step 3. Select “To” or “Cc” and select the desired
number of the recipient. Then enter the phone
number or e-mail address.
To Send a Message Template MMS
Your phone provides message templates with an image
and voice attachment that help you create easily.
A → “MMS” → “Create Message” → [Options] →
“Message Template”
A confirmation screen asking whether you wish to
discard the current text is displayed.
1. Confirm by selecting [Yes] or [No].
2. Select the desired template.
3. Enter the message.
4. Enter the phone number or e-mail address of the
recipient.
5. Select “Send”.
Note
• Selecting “Message Template” deletes messages or
images you have entered or attached. To prevent
deletion, select “Message Template” first, then enter
messages.
Turning the Slide Show Setting On or Off
A → “MMS” → “Settings” → “Slide Show”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
If You Select “On”
• You can create messages which have up to 10 slides.
Each slide can contain one picture, one sound file
and up to 1000 characters of text (up to the message
total 30 Kbytes or 100 Kbytes limit).
• If you wish to add a slide to a single slide, press
[Options] and select “Add Slide”.
If you wish to perform slide operations for multiple
slides, press [Options] and select “Slide Control”.
The slide control options available are:
Add:
To add a new slide.
Remove: To remove the active slide.
Previous: To navigate to the previous slide.
Next:
To navigate to the next slide.
• Video clip data cannot be attached as slide data to
the message.
If You Select “Off”
• You can attach a maximum of 20 pictures, sounds or
video clips and up to 2000 characters of text (up to
the message total 30 Kbytes or 100 Kbytes limit).
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Inserting Attached Data
You can send pictures, sounds and video clips saved in
the handset memory attached to MMS messages. When
attaching video clips, “Slide Show” must be set to
“Off”.
A → “MMS” → “Create Message”
1. Press [Options] and select from “Picture”, “Sound”
or “Video Clip”.
2. Select the desired file name.
The selected picture/sound/video clip is attached.
When attaching is complete, press [Back] to return
to the message creation screen.
• To add more files, press [Options] and select from
“Picture”, “Sound” or “Video Clip”. Then select
the desired file. To create a new data to add, press
[Options] and select from “Take Picture”, “Record
Voice”, or “Record Video”.
• To remove the attached files, press [Options] and
select “Remove”.
Note
• Pictures/Sounds/Video clips protected with a
copyright cannot be sent attached to a message.
• Instead of performing step 2, you can send data
recorded with “Digital Camera”, “Voice Recorder”
or “Video Camera” options.
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Reading MMS
Messages you receive are stored in the Inbox.
Incoming Messages
The MMS indicator ( ) will appear when you are
receiving an incoming message.
A → “MMS” → “Inbox”
1. Select the message you wish to view.
The message is displayed.
2. Scroll the screen to read the message.
3. Press
when finished.
Tip
• The volume varies depending on the Multimedia
Volume settings (P. 90). The sound is deactivated
when “Multimedia Volume” is set to “Silent”.
Storing the Phone Number or E-mail Address
of a Sender in the Phonebook
A → “MMS” → “Inbox”
1. Highlight the message from which you want to store
the phone number or e-mail address.
2. Press [Options] and select “Save to Phonebook”.
For details on entering a name, see “Add New” on
page 35.
Retrieving MMS
When “ ” is in the Inbox, the following can be done.
A → “MMS” → “Inbox”
1. Highlight the alert you wish to download.
2. Press [Options] and select “Download”.
Tip
• You can press
downloading.
Confirming Arrival of Delivery Report
A → “MMS” → “Sent”
1. Highlight the message of which you wish to confirm
arrival of delivery report.
2. Press [Options] and select “Delivery Report”. Press
[Status] for details.
This menu is available only for sent messages that
have the “Delivery Report” set to “On”. For details
on selecting “Delivery Report”, see “Setting Up
MMS”.
instead of step 2 to start
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Setting Up MMS
A → “MMS” → “Settings”
1. Select the desired item you wish to set up.
• Intl. Download Msg. (Immediate, Deferred):
Controls MMS download timing when roaming
outside of your network.
Immediate:Downloads MMS immediately from
the server.
Deferred: Asks if you would like to download
from the server.
• Delivery Rep. Allow (On, Off):
Enables or disables Delivery Report when
receiving a message which applies to the Delivery
Report function.
• Anonymous Reject (On, Off):
Rejects a messages from an unknown or empty
address name or not.
• Auto Delete (Off, Inbox, Sent, Both):
Deletes the oldest message automatically, when the
Inbox, Sent or Both (Inbox and Sent) is full.
• Slide Show (On, Off):
Enables or disables Slide Show when sending a
message.
• Message Size (30 KB, 100 KB):
Sets the maximum message size that can be sent.
The maximum message size that can be sent differs
according to the network operator. Contact your
network operator for more information.
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• Advanced
• Priority:
Prioritises composed messages.
• Delivery Report:
Enables Delivery Report.
• Expiry Time:
Sets Expiry Time for a message to be stored in
the Server.
• Sender Visibility:
Displays the information about the sender.
• Slide Interval:
Sets the slide display time when sending a
message.
2. Change each item.
Memory Status (M 4-2-7)
This function helps you to check the memory status of
MMS.
“MMS” → “Memory Status”
SMS (M 4-3)
About Text Messaging
The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send
text messages of up to 1024 characters to other GSM
users.
To Use SMS with Your Phone
Messages longer than 160 characters may be
composed. During sending, the messages are split. If
the receiver has a suitable phone the messages
recombines during reception, if not your message
appears as a number of separate 152 characters
messages.
You can send or receive SMS even if you are talking on
the phone.
You can also use Text Templates to help you compose
SMS.
Creating and Sending a New SMS (M 4-3-1)
A → “SMS” → “Create Message”
1. Enter your message.
To use the text template, move the cursor to the
point you wish to insert the template. Press
[Options] and select “Text Template” and then
select the desired template.
2. Enter the phone number of the recipient.
3. Select “Send”.
The phone begins the sending process and the SMS
is sent. After the message has been sent, the
message is added to the Sent box.
To save the message in the Drafts box without
sending it, select “Save to Drafts”.
Note
• When you send a message of more than 160
characters, the confirmation message is displayed.
Tip
• You can use the phone number from the Phonebook.
(p. 36)
• To use a phone number in the Phonebook, press
[Phonebook] in step 2.
• To add more recipients, select “Add Recipient” in step
3. Select an item number for adding the recipient’s
phone number. Then enter the phone number.
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Reading SMS
Incoming Messages
The SMS indicator ( ) will appear when an incoming
message arrives.
1. When you receive a SMS, press
during standby.
2. Select the message you wish to view.
The sender’s phone number and a part of the
message are displayed. When the sender’s phone
number is stored in the Phonebook, the sender’s
name is displayed instead of the phone number.
3. Scroll the screen to read the message.
4. Press F when finished.
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Extracting Phone Numbers from the Received
Messages and Making a Call
You can make a call using the phone number embedded
in the received SMS message.
A → “SMS” → “Inbox”
1. Select the message from which you wish to extract
phone numbers.
2. Press [Options] and select “Extract Numbers”.
Telephone numbers embedded in the message are
displayed.
3. Highlight the phone number.
4. Press [Options] and select “Make Call”.
To save this phone number in the Phonebook, select
“Add to Phonebook”.
Setting Up SMS (M 4-3-5)
To Set Up the Service Centre Address
A → “SMS” → “Settings” → “Message Centre”
1. Enter the centre phone number.
If you wish to enter a country code for a message to
an international number, press and hold P until a
“+” sign is displayed.
Message Lifetime
This indicates the number of days and hours for which
a message you send may remain undelivered to the
message recipient.
During this period, the message service centre will
continually try to deliver the message to the recipient.
A → “SMS” → “Settings” → “Message Lifetime”
1. Select the validity period.
Confirm Delivery
A → “SMS” → “Setting” → “Confirm Delivery”
1. Select the desired setting of “Confirm Delivery”.
Alert Inbox (M 4-4)
See your list of WAP push messages. You can receive
push messages via WAP Services.
This means that a service provider sends WAP content
to your phone, without any set up.
Message Format
A → “SMS” → “Settings” → “Message Format”
1. Select the message format.
Reply Path
A → “SMS” → “Settings” → “Reply Path”
1. Enter the Handset Code.
2. Select “On”. Select “Off” to cancel.
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Voicemail (M 4-5)
Cell Broadcasts (M 4-6)
You can use Voicemail by connecting to the Voicemail
centre. Voicemail service depends on the SIM card.
You can receive Cell Broadcast messages or general
messages such as weather forecasts and traffic reports.
This information is broadcast to subscribers in certain
network areas.
This function may not be available on all mobile phone
networks. Contact your network operator for more
information.
Getting Voicemail
A → “Voicemail”
1. Select “Get Voicemail”.
Configuring Voicemail Settings
You can select the mailbox for use inside your home
network area, or for roaming use.
A → “Voicemail” → “Voicemail Settings”
1. Select “Home Mailbox” for use inside your home
network area, or “Roam Mailbox” for roaming use.
Enabling/Disabling Cell Broadcasts (M 4-6-1)
A → “Cell Broadcasts” → “Switch On/Off”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
Reading Cell Broadcast Messages (M 4-6-2)
1. Select the desired subject.
2. Scroll the screen to read the message.
3. Press [Back].
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Setting Languages (M 4-6-3)
You can select your preferred language for the cell
broadcast message display.
A → “Cell Broadcasts” → “Settings” →
“Language”
The current language is displayed.
1. Press
. The language list is displayed.
2. Select the desired language.
3. Press [Back].
Subscribing to Cell Broadcasts
Select the page of the cell broadcast message that you
want.
A → “Cell Broadcasts” → “Settings” → “Set Info
Subjects”
1. Select “Add/Remove”.
2. Select the desired page.
3. Press [Back].
Area Info (M 4-7)
The Area info is the message information that operators
sent to subscribers in certain areas.
When you receive Area Info, the message (area code) is
displayed on the stand-by screen.
Note
• This function may not be available on all mobile
phone networks. Contact to your network operator
for more information.
Enabling/Disabling Area Info
1. Press A during stand-by.
2. Select “Area Info”.
3. Select “On” or “Off”.
Note
• If Area Info is set to “On”, the stand-by time will
decrease.
Tip
• If the desired page is not in the list that appears in
step 2, select “Create Subject” in step 1, then enter
the subject code to add a page. For details on the
subject code, contact your service provider.
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Browser (M 2)
Navigating a WAP Page
Your phone contains a WAP browser used for surfing
on the Mobile Internet. Your phone is already setup to
browse SmarTone ‘in’, where you can get a lot of useful
information. Normally, pages are designed for a mobile
phone.
• a b c d:
Move the highlights around in the screen.
•
:
Executes the option displayed in the lower
centre of the screen.
• A:
Launches browser option menu.
• C:
Selects an action displayed in the lower
right corner of the screen.
Used to access “Home Page” by opening
the browser.
• Q (press and hold):
Starts the “Go to URL”.
Starting the WAP Browser
1. Press C during stand-by.
• G to O (press and hold):
Starts the Bookmark (WAP).
To Exit the WAP Browser
• F:
1. Press F to exit the browser.
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Browser
Exits the browser (short press).
Turns off the phone. (press and hold)
Browser Menu
When you are browsing, you can reach browsing
options by pressing [Options].
• Select:
Selects the link you wish to see. (“Select” is
displayed only when the link is highlighted.)
• Home:
Goes to the homepage you set in the WAP Settings.
• Add bookmark:
Adds the site you are currently browsing to your
list of bookmarks.
• View bookmarks:
Displays a list of bookmarks.
• Save items:
Saves pictures, sounds or video clips in the
appropriate Gallery folder.
• Go to URL:
Inputs the URL of the site you wish to go to.
• History:
Displays a history list.
• Forward:
Moves to the next URL in the history list.
• Reload page:
Refreshes the contents of the WAP page.
• Advanced...:
• Show URL:
Displays the URL of the site you are currently
browsing.
• Save page:
Saves the page you are currently browsing to
your list of Snap Shots.
• Snapshots:
Displays a list of Snap Shots.
• Alert inbox:
Displays a list of WAP push messages. You
can receive push messages via WAP Services.
This means that a service provider sends WAP
content to your phone, without any set up.
• Settings:
Includes “Downloads”, etc.
• Security:
Sets the security.
• Clear...:
Clears history, cache, etc.
• Restart Browser:
Restarts the browser.
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Bookmarks
When you are browsing, press [Options] and select the
appropriate option.
To Add a Bookmark
1. Select “Add bookmark”.
To Access Bookmarked Pages
1. Select “View bookmarks”.
2. Select the desired bookmark.
To Edit Bookmarks
Select “View bookmarks”.
Select “More…”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Highlight a bookmark page you wish to edit.
Press [Options] and select “Details”.
Edit the title, then press b.
Edit the URL, then press b.
Select “Save”.
Browser
To Delete Bookmarks
Select “View bookmarks”.
Select “More…”.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Highlight a bookmark page you wish to delete.
Press [Options] and select “Delete”.
Press [Options] and select “OK”.
Setting the Hotkeys to Web Page Bookmarks
You can access Web pages quickly by pressing the
shortcut keys (hotkeys). Follow the following to assign
shortcuts.
1. Select “View bookmarks”.
2. Select “More…”.
3. Highlight a bookmark page you wish to edit.
4. Press [Options] and select “Hotkeys”.
The list of hotkeys is displayed.
5. Select the number to which you wish to assign
hotkeys.
The list of registered bookmarks is displayed.
6. Select the desired bookmark.
Gallery (M 6)
Gallery stores picture, sound and video clip data. Also
included in Gallery are frequently used text message
phrases and WAP bookmarks which you can use. You
can also transmit picture, sound and video clip data via
infrared or Bluetooth wireless technolgy to OBEXenabled phones.
Note
• The phone can store approximately 1.8 Mbytes of
data across Pictures, Java™, Sounds and Videos.
Picture Gallery (M 6-1)
Viewing Pictures
“Gallery” → “Picture Gallery” → “Saved Pictures”
1. Select the file you wish to view.
The selected picture is displayed.
Using Images as Wallpaper
“Gallery” → “Picture Gallery” → “Saved Pictures”
The list of pictures is displayed.
1. Highlight the file you wish to use as wallpaper.
2. Press [Options] and select “Set as Wallpaper”.
3. Specify the area you wish to display using the
navigation keys.
Pictures that are taken by a digital camera or images
that are downloaded from mobile Internet sites can be
managed.
: PNG format
: JPEG format
: GIF format
: BMP format
: WBMP format
: WPNG format
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Saving to Phonebook
You can use this option only for pictures saved in the
handset memory.
“Gallery” → “Picture Gallery” → “Saved Pictures”
1. Highlight the file you wish to add to Phonebook.
2. Press [Options] and select “Save to Phonebook”.
To overwrite, select “Existing Entry” and select the
data you wish to save to.
If the picture size exceeds 120 dots in width or 160
dots in height, specify the area you wish to display.
To save as a new entry, select “New Entry”.
For details on entering a name, see “Add New” on
page 35.
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Editing Pictures
“Gallery” → “Picture Gallery” → “Saved Pictures”
1. Highlight the file you wish to edit.
2. Press [Options] and select “Edit”.
3. Select the desired option:
“Rotate”:
The picture is rotated 90º
anticlockwise. Press [Rotate] again
for another 90º.
“Adjust Size”: Select the desired option.
“Rename”:
Rename the desired file.
“Retouch”:
Select the retouching option.
“Add Frame”: Select the desired frame pattern.
“Add Stamps”: Press [Stamps] and select the
desired stamp pattern. Repeat this
step to add more patterns.
Note
• The size of pictures that you can retouch is 52 dots
[W] × 52 dots [H] minimum.
• The size of pictures that you can add stamps to is 24
dots [W] × 24 dots [H] minimum.
• Images exceeding 120 [W] or 160 [H] are saved as
120 [W] × 160 [H] regardless of the original size.
• “Adjust Size” may not be available depending on the
original picture and copyright issued.
Note
• Pictures protected with a copyright cannot be sent
attached to a message.
• Pictures with a faint icon cannot be sent attached to
a message.
Sending a Picture File
“Gallery” → “Picture Gallery” → “Saved Pictures”
1. Highlight the file you wish to send.
2. Press [Options] and select “Send”.
Downloading Picture Files (M 6-1-3)
“Gallery” → “Picture Gallery” → “Download More”
The picture file download site is displayed.
Tip
• For details on transmitting Gallery data, see
“Sending Gallery Data to OBEX-enabled Phones”
on page 64.
3. Select “As MMS”.
For details on creating a message, see “Creating a
New MMS” on page 48.
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Video Gallery (M 6-2)
Video clips that are recorded by a video camera or
video clips that are downloaded from mobile Internet
sites can be managed.
Playing Back Video Clip Files
“Gallery” → “Video Gallery” → “Saved Videos”
1. Select the video clip file you wish to play back.
2. Press
.
To resume, press
again.
To stop playback, press [Back].
Note
• The volume varies depending on the Multimedia
Volume settings (p. 90). The volume is 0 when
“Multimedia Volume” is set to “Silent”. To adjust
the volume, press a (or d/the side-up key) or b (or
c/the side-down key).
• Video clips exceeding 128 dots [W] or 96 dots [H]
can be displayed in original or half size by pressing
[×1] or [×1/2].
Sending a Video Clip File with MMS
“Gallery” → “Video Gallery” → “Saved Videos”
1. Highlight the file you wish to send.
2. Press [Options] and select “Send”.
3. Select “As MMS”.
For details on creating a message, see “Creating a
New MMS” on page 48.
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Note
• Video clips with a faint icon cannot be sent attached
to a message.
Sending Gallery Data to OBEX-enabled Phones
Choose the appropriate menu.
“Gallery” → “Picture Gallery” → “Saved Pictures”
“Gallery” → “Sound Gallery” → “Saved Sounds”
“Gallery” → “Video Gallery” → “Saved Videos”
1. Highlight the desired file.
2. Press [Options] and select “Send”.
3. Select “Via Bluetooth” or “Via Infrared”.
For “Via Bluetooth”
The phone starts searching for Bluetooth wireless
technology enabled devices within 10 metres. When
detected, a list of enabled devices is displayed allowing
you to select the desired device. The connection can be
established and the file sent.
For “Via Infrared”
The phone starts searching for an infrared-enabled
device within 20 centimetres.
When detected, the infrared connection is established
and the file is sent.
Note
• Pictures/Sounds/Video clips protected with a
copyright cannot be sent.
• When pairing, you need to enter your passcode when
establishing contact with a Bluetooth wireless
technology enabled device for the first time.
Receiving the Gallery Data
When the phone receives the Gallery data, the message
“Save (file name) to Gallery?” appears in the stand-by
mode screen.
1. Press [Yes].
2. Press [OK] to return to the stand-by mode screen.
The received data is registered in the corresponding
Gallery folder.
Sound Gallery (M 6-3)
Tip
• For details on Infrared or Bluetooth wireless
settings, see “Connectivity” on page 102.
The ringtones created using the Melody Editor and the
AMR data recorded by Voice Recorder are managed in
Saved Sounds. The default ringtones are not contained
within Saved Sounds.
: SMAF format
: Original ringtone (composed in Melody Editor)
: Standard MIDI format
: i Melody format
: WAVE format
: AMR format
Recording Video Clips (M 6-2-2)
“Gallery” → “Video Gallery” → “Record Video”
For details, see “Recording Video Clips” on page 45.
Tip
• SMAF (Synthetic music Mobile Application Format)
is a format of music data for mobile phones.
Downloading Video Clip Files (M 6-2-3)
“Gallery” → “Video Gallery” → “Download More”
The video clip file download site is displayed.
Playing Back Sound Files
“Gallery” → “Sound Gallery” → “Saved Sounds”
1. Select the file you wish to play back.
To stop playback, press
.
Note
• This option may not be available in all regions.
• The volume varies depending on the Multimedia
Volume settings (p. 90). The sound is deactivated
when “Multimedia Volume” is set to “Silent”.
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Using the Sound Files as Ringtone
“Gallery” → “Sound Gallery” → “Saved Sounds”
1. Highlight the sound file you wish to use as ringtone.
2. Press [Options] and select “Set as Ringtone”.
The selected sound is automatically used for the
ringtone of the current Profiles.
Note
• Files in AMR or WAVE format cannot be used for the
ringtone.
• The volume varies depending on the Multimedia
Volume settings (P. 90). The volume is 0 when
“Multimedia Volume” is set to “Silent”.
Sending Messages
“Gallery” → “Sound Gallery” → “Saved Sounds”
1. Highlight the name of the sound file you wish to
send.
2. Press [Options] and select “Send”.
If you select your original ringtone in step 1, perform
the following, otherwise go to step 4.
3. Select “As MMS”.
4. Select the file format “SMAF”, “MIDI” or
“i Melody”.
For details on creating a message, see “Creating a
New MMS” on page 48.
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Note
• Sounds protected with a copyright cannot be sent
attached to a message.
• Sounds with a faint icon cannot be sent attached to a
message.
• Only the single tone data is sent if you select “i
Melody” in step 4, since i Melody supports single
tone only.
Recording Sounds (M 6-3-2)
“Gallery” → “Sound Gallery” → “Record Sounds”
For details, see “Recording a Voice Clip” on page 81.
Downloading Sound Files (M 6-3-4)
“Gallery” → “Sound Gallery” → “Download More”
The sound file download site is displayed.
Java™ Gallery (M 6-4)
Downloading Applications
Along with the preloaded Java™ application,
downloaded Java™ applications are stored in Java™
Gallery.
Confirmation Screen
Before downloading the Java™ application you are
asked to confirm what you are about to receive.
After checking the information on the confirmation
screen, the Java™ application can be downloaded.
Note
• Java™ applications can store up to 50 Java™
applications.
Using Applications
Various kinds of SmarTone specific Java™
applications can be used in this phone.
To use Java™ applications, download the Java™
applications via SmarTone ‘in’.
Some Java™ applications offer the ability to connect to
a network either within a game or network based
application.
Note
• Java™ applications may be both localised (no
connectivity) and network based (using the mobile
Internet to update information/play games). The
network may charge you more for using networkbased applications. Please contact your service
provider for more information.
Note
• User authentication may be required before
downloading the application on some cases.
Executing Saved Java™ (M 6-4-1)
“Gallery”→ “Java™ Gallery” → “Saved Java™”
Downloaded Java™ applications are sequentially
displayed from the latest one.
1. Select the title of the Java™ application you wish to
execute.
The selected Java™ application is executed.
When using network connection type Java™
applications, connection security level can be
selected.
2. To end the Java™ application, press F and select
“End”.
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Download More (M 6-4-2)
“Gallery” → “Java™ Gallery” → “Download More”
1. Select the Java™ application you wish to download.
Details about the Java™ application will be
displayed.
2. Press
to start downloading.
3. Press
when finished.
Bookmarks (M 6-5)
You can store desired (or frequently used) pages
(addresses) in Bookmarks. It can save your time in
accessing WAP pages sites. For further details, see
“Browser” on page 58.
Text Templates (M 6-6)
You can save up to 20 text templates for use in text
messages and multimedia messages.
120 characters may be registered in any text template.
Adding Phrases to Text Templates
“Gallery” → “Text Templates”
1. Select the number you wish to register.
2. Enter the text and press
.
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Editing Text Templates
“Gallery” → “Text Templates”
1. Highlight the number you wish to edit and select
“Edit”.
2. Enter new text and press
.
Viewing Text Templates
“Gallery” → “Text Templates”
The list of Text Templates is displayed.
1. Highlight the number you wish to view.
2. Press [Options] and select “View”.
Deleting Text Templates
“Gallery” → “Text Templates”
1. Highlight the text template you wish to delete.
2. Press [Options] and select “Delete”.
Chinese Templates (M 6-7)
You can store Chinese shortcut sentences in Chinese
Templates.
Your phone can store up to 204 entries.
In Chinese Templates, you can store up to 30 characters
and acronyms for each entry.
You can input Chinese characters, alphabets, symbols
& numbers for your entry. Only capital alphabets are
used for acronyms.
Deleting Entries
“Gallery” → “Chinese Templates”
1. Highlight the entry and press [Options].
2. Select “Delete”.
3. Select “One Entry” or “All Entries”.
4. Confirm by selecting [Yes] or [No].
Creating a New Entry
“Gallery” → “Chinese Templates”
1. Select “Add New”.
2. Enter new sentence.
3. Enter Acronym.
Editing Entries
“Gallery” → “Chinese Templates”
1. Highlight the entry and press [Option], and select
[Edit].
2. Edit new sentence.
3. Edit new Acronym.
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To Call the Entry
Examples of Templates and Acronyms:
New
Old
The illustration below assumes that the example
Templates and Acronyms are already stored.
1. Press 7 and highlight “S”.
This example is using
T9 PinYin mode
If you press 1 and hold, “ ”
will be entered.
You can also select the other
templates starting with the
same acronym by pressing b. press
b
2. Press 2 and highlight “SB”.
If you press 1 and hold, “
will be entered.
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”
Note
• The use of Acronym is applicable to T9 PinYin mode
only.
• You can also enjoy word completion or predictive
input of the Chinese Templates.
When the first three characters in a Template are
entered, the whole template appears at once.
The following is an example of predictive input and
word completion. This example uses templates stored
in last section.
1. Press 2, 5, 3
This example is using
Then Press and hold 2 to enter Stroke input method
for Simplified
“ ”.
2. The Character “
” appears at
.
(Candidates and are taken
from Chinese Templates)
3. Press and hold
“
and enter
• If there are three or more Templates starting with
“ ”, candidates and of successive input
screens are mapped to your Chinese Templates.
Press a or b to retrieve them.
”.
Memory Status (M 6-8)
4. Press and hold
to enter “
After that, you will notice
automatic sentence
completion.
”.
This function helps you to check the memory status of
Gallery. Memory status covers Java™ applications,
Pictures, Sounds, and Videos.
“Gallery” → “Memory Status”
Note
• Word completion does not take place if the Template
has less than four Chinese characters.
• Predictive characters from Chinese Templates
appears at , so you only have to press for the
characters.
• If there are Templates which start with the same
characters such as “
” and “
”,
candidates “ ” and “ ” appear at or ,
depending on the sequence in which the Templates
are saved.
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Java™ (M 1)
Java™ Gallery (M 1-1)
The list of the Java™ Gallery is displayed.
Downloaded Java™ applications are displayed in order
starting from the latest one.
Executing Java™ Applications
For details on executing applications, see “Executing
Saved Java™” on page 67.
Setting Permission
When using Java™ applications that access the
network, you may decide your security level. With this
option, you can set the confirmation method when the
Java™ application accesses the network.
To Select the Function and Confirmation Method
“Java™” → “Java™ Gallery”
1. Highlight the desired Java™ application.
2. Press [Options] and select “Permission”.
3. Select “Network Access” to set how the Java™
application accesses the network.
Choose the confirmation method when network
connection is required.
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4. Select the desired confirmation method.
Always Connect:
Allows the Java™ application access
without confirmation.
First Time: Informs you when the Java™ application
accesses the network for the first time. If
allow is selected, no more confirmations
are made until you delete the Java™
application.
Per Session: Informs you when the Java™ application
accesses the network for the first time. If
allow is selected, no more confirmations
are made until the Java™ application
finishes operation.
Per Access: Informs you every time the Java™
application accesses the network
regardless of whether or not you select
allow or deny.
Never Connect:
Prevents the Java™ application from
accessing the network and no
confirmation is made.
To Reset Permissions
You can reset all permissions you made.
“Java™” → “Java™ Gallery”
1. Highlight the desired Java™ applications.
2. Press [Options].
Setting the Java™ Wallpaper (M 1-2-2)
“Java™” → “Java™ Wallpaper” → “Set
Application”
The downloaded Java™ Wallpaper are displayed.
1. Select the desired Java™ Wallpaper.
3. Select “Permissions”.
4. Select “Reset Permissions”.
5. Confirm by selecting [Yes] or [No].
Resume Time (M 1-2-3)
You can set the time period for the Java™ Wallpaper
application to activate.
“Java™” → “Java™ Wallpaper” → “Resume Time”
1. Enter the resume time in two digits using the digit
key.
Java™ Wallpaper (M 1-2)
You can download Java™ Wallpaper for the stand-by
screen.
“Java™” → “Java™ Wallpaper” → “Switch
On/Off”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
Note
• If you select “On” and an application is not already
set, a screen appears asking to select an application.
• In the list that appears after step 1, only the valid
Java™ Wallpaper can be selected.
Download More (M 1-3)
You can download Java™ applications.
“Java™” → “Download More”
The Java™ application download site is displayed.
1. Select the Java™ application you wish to download.
Details about the Java™ application will be
displayed.
2. Press [Get] to start downloading.
3. Press [OK] when finished.
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Settings (M 1-4)
Calls & Alarms (M 1-4-1)
You can set the priority of incoming calls and alarms
whilst an application is operating.
“Java™” → “Settings” → “Calls & Alarms”
1. Select “Incoming Call” or “Alarm”.
2. Select methods.
• “Call Priority” or “Alarm Priority”:
The Java™ application is suspended automatically,
and you can receive a call, or the alarm will sound.
After finishing the call or the alarm ends, the suspend
icon ( ) is displayed letting know there is a
suspended Java™ application.
• “Call Notice” or “Alarm Notice”:
The marquee (character scrolls) is displayed on the
first line of the screen whilst the Java™ application
continues. If you press D, the Java™ application is
suspended, and you can receive a call. After finishing
the call, the suspend icon ( ) is displayed letting
know there is a suspended Java™ application.
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Sound Volume (M 1-4-2)
You can set the volume of the application such as sound
effect to one of the five levels or silent. When
“Multimedia Volume” (p. 90) is set to “Silent”, this
setup has priority.
“Java™” → “Settings” → “Sound Volume”
The current volume level is displayed.
1. Press a (or d) to increase the volume or press b
(or c) to decrease the volume and then press
.
Backlight (M 1-4-3)
“Java™” → “Settings” → “Backlight” → “Switch
On/Off”
1. Select from “On”, “Off” or “Default Settings”.
• “On”:
Lit whilst the Java™ application
is operated.
• “Off”:
Unlit whilst the Java™
application is operated even if a
key is pressed.
• “Default Settings”: Works with the main backlight
setting. (p. 95)
To Set the Blinking Operation
This setting enables the backlight to be controlled by
the Java™ application. If set to “Off”, the backlight
cannot be turned on from the Java™ application.
“Java™” → “Settings” → “Backlight”→ “Blink”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
Vibration (M 1-4-4)
When the vibrator is set in the Java™ application, you
can choose whether the operation is enabled or
disabled.
When a SMAF file is specified in the Java™
application, you can operate the vibrator set in the
SMAF file.
Java™ Reset (M 1-4-5)
To Reset All Items in Settings Menu
“Java™” → “Settings” → “Java™ Reset”
1. Enter your handset code.
The default handset code is “0000”. For details on
changing the handset code, see “To Change Handset
Code” on page 109.
Java™ Information (M 1-5)
The information about the licenses belonging to Java™
is displayed.
Note
• SMAF (Synthetic music Mobile Application Format)
is a music data format for mobile phones.
“Java™” → “Settings” → “Vibration”
1. Select from “Enable”, “Disable” or “Link to
Sound”.
When you set “Link to Sound”, the sound of SMAF
file in the application is synchronised with the
vibrator.
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Organiser (M 3)
SIM Application (M 3-1)
You can refer to the information on the SIM. Contact
your service provider for further details.
Calendar (M 3-2)
Calendar allows you to easily schedule appointments or
events, which are associated with the date and time.
These entries can also be sent via infrared or Bluetooth
wireless technology to a PC to share the same
schedules.
Creating a New Entry
“Organiser” → “Calendar”
1. Highlight the desired day to which you want to add
an event.
2. Press [Options] and select “New Entry”.
3. Select from “Appointment”, “All day Event” or
“Anniversary”.
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To Set an Appointment
Enter the subject, start time and end time.
Select the reminder option.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Select and set “Tone”, “Vibration” or “Duration”.
Enter the location.
Press [Save].
To Set an All Day Event
1. Enter the subject, date and location.
2. Press [Save].
To Set an Anniversary
1. Select the anniversary option from “Ann by date” or
“Ann by day”.
2. (For “Ann by date”)
Enter the subject, day (month and day) and location.
(For “Ann by day”)
Enter the subject, date (day of the week, week
number and month) and location.
Sending a Schedule Entry
“Organiser” → “Calendar”
1. Select the day including schedule entries you wish
to send.
2. Press [Options] and select “Send”.
Viewing an Entry
“Organiser” → “Calendar”
1. Select the day you wish to view.
The day view is displayed.
3. Select “Via Bluetooth” or “Via Infrared”.
1. In the monthly or daily view, press [Options].
2. Select “Go to”.
3. Select “Today” to display today or “Enter date” to
The phone starts searching for Bluetooth wireless
technology enabled devices within 10 metres, or an
infrared-enabled device within 20 centimetres.
When an infrared-enabled device is detected, the
infrared connection is established and the entry is
sent.
When Bluetooth wireless technology enabled
devices are detected, a list of enabled devices is
displayed.
4. Select the desired Bluetooth wireless technology
enabled device.
The connection is established and the entry is sent.
Tip
• You do not need to enter your passcode in step 4.
• For details on Infrared or Bluetooth wireless
settings, see “Connectivity” on page 102.
To Search By Date
enter the desired date.
To Search By Subject
1. In the monthly or daily view, press [Options].
2. Select “Find”.
3. Enter the desired text.
To Change the Week Format
1. In the monthly view, press [Options].
2. Select “Week Format”.
3. Select “Monday-Sunday” or “Sunday-Saturday”.
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Deleting Entries
1. In the monthly or daily view, press [Options].
2. Select “Delete”.
3. Select the desired option.
• “All this Day”:
Deletes all entries for the selected
day.
• “All this Month”: Deletes all entries for the selected
month.
• “All till Last Month”:
Deletes all entries from the last
month to the selected month.
• “All Schedules”: Deletes all entries in this
application.
Alarms (M 3-3)
Setting the Alarms
The alarm function allows you to be alerted at a
specified time.
Note that the alarm may not function correctly if the
clock has not been set.
Note
• The alarm functions even if the phone is switched off.
• The alarm will not ring when “Ringer Volume”
(p. 88) is set to “Silent”.
“Organiser” → “Alarms”
1. Select the blank setting.
2. Enter the desired time.
To Change the Type of Alarm Tone
3. Select “Alarm Tone”.
4. Select “Tone”.
5. Select “Preset Melodies” or “Sound Gallery”.
6. Select the desired tone. For details on selecting a
ringtone, see “Assigning Melody” on page 88.
To Change the Vibration of Alarm Tone
7. Select “Vibration”.
8. Select “Enable”, “Disable” or “Link to Sound”.
For details on selecting a vibration, see “Vibration”
on page 88.
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To Change the Duration of Alarm Tone
9. Select “Duration”.
10. Enter the desired time (02-59).
11. Press [Back].
To Set the Repeating Option
12. Select “Repeat Daily”.
13. Select “On” or “Off”.
14. Press [Save].
Editing the Alarm Setting
“Organiser” → “Alarms”
1. Select the desired setting and edit it.
Resetting an Alarm Setting
“Organiser” → “Alarms”
1. Select the alarm you wish to reset.
2. Select “Reset Alarm”.
Resetting All Alarm Settings
“Organiser” → “Alarms”
1. Select “Clear All”.
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Calculator (M 3-4)
The calculator function performs the 4 arithmetic
calculations using up to 12 digits.
“Organiser” → “Calculator” → “Calculator”
The calculator is displayed on the display.
Key operations for calculation are as follows.
To enter a decimal point, press R.
To clear the entered number or operand, press
[Clear].
To do the calculations, press
.
To start a new calculation, press [Clear].
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Exchange Rate (M 3-4-2)
You can also use the calculator as a currency calculator
to convert from/to a home currency using a conversion
rate that you enter.
To Set a Currency Conversion Rate
“Organiser” → “Calculator” → “Exchange Rate”
1. Select “Foreign → Domestic” or “Domestic →
Foreign”.
2. Enter the currency conversion rate.
To delete all digits, press [Clear].
To Convert a Value
“Organiser” → “Calculator” → “Calculator”
1. Enter the value to be converted.
2. Press [Options] and select “In Domestic” or “In
Foreign”.
The result is displayed.
If you select “Exchange Rate” in step 2, you can set
a currency conversion rate.
Note
• You cannot perform step 1 when an arithmetic
symbol (+, –, × or ÷ ) is displayed.
Voice Recorder (M 3-5)
This allows you to record a voice clip of up to 60
seconds, which can be used to remind you of schedule
entries or be sent within a multimedia message. The
recorded voice clip is stored in Sound Gallery. Voice
clips are saved in “.amr” format.
Recording a Voice Clip
“Organiser” → “Voice Recorder”
1. Press
to start recording.
To stop recording before the recording time is over,
press
.
2. Select “Save” to save the voice clip.
To play back the recorded voice clip, select
“Playback”.
To record a voice clip again, press [Cancel] .
Note
• To change recorded size before recording, press
[Options] and select “Record Size”. Then select
“Extended Voice” or “For MMS”.
• When the Message Size described on page 52 is set to
“100 KB”, “Record Size” is not displayed.
Tip
• The volume varies depending on the Ringer Volume
settings (p. 88). The sound is deactivated when
“Ringer Volume” is set to “Silent”. To adjust the
volume, press a (or d/the side-up key) or b (or
c/the side-down key).
• You can also activate Voice Recorder by pressing
, then R during stand-by.
Sending Voice Clips
“Organiser” → “Voice Recorder”
1. Press
to start recording.
2. Press
to stop recording.
3. Select “Save and Send”.
For details on creating a message, see “Creating a
New MMS” on page 48.
Note
• “Save and Send” is not displayed after recording in
extended voice mode.
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Melody Editor (M 3-6)
You can create an original ringtone, or you can send a
melody attached to a MMS message.
You can input up to 95 tones × 32 voices, 190 tones ×
16 voices, or 380 tones × 8 voices per melody.
The original ringtone is stored in Sound Gallery.
Creating Your Original Ringtone (M 3-6-1)
“Organiser” → “Melody Editor” → “Create New”
1. Enter the title.
Up to 24 characters can be entered.
2. Select a tempo.
The music tempo is described below.
• “Allegro (Fast)”:
150
• “Moderato (Normal)”:
125
• “Andante (Slow)”:
107
• “Adagio (Very Slow)”: 94
3. Select from “8 Chords”, “16 Chords” or “32
Chords”.
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4. Press the digit keys to specify the musical scale and
rest.
For details on specifying the sound level and rest,
see “To Specify the Musical Scale and Rest” on
page 83.
5. Press P or R to specify the types of musical
notes or rest.
For details on specifying the musical notes and rest,
“To Specify the Types of Notes and Rests” on
page 84.
6. Press d after inputting one note.
Input the next note after the cursor moves to the
right.
7. Repeat steps 4 to 6 to input notes.
When entering notes, you can do the following:
• Press
to play back all input notes.
• Press [Options] and select:
“Play till cursor” to play back notes up to the cursor
position.
“Select Part” to select another chord.
“Set Tone” to set or change the tone using different
instruments. (p. 84)
“Set Strength” sets the strength of the original
ringtone. (p. 85)
• To specify the types of notes or rests, see page 84.
8. When you finish inputting, press [Options] and
select “Save”.
9. Select “Save to Gallery”.
Note
• The volume varies depending on the Ringer Volume
settings (p. 88). The sound is deactivated when
“Ringer Volume” is set to “Silent”.
• If the capacity or memory in Saved Sounds becomes
insufficient, the message, “Maximum capacity : 200
Not registered.” or “Not registered. Memory full.” is
displayed. The screen returns to step 9. Try again
after deleting unnecessary data.
• Melodies consisting of too many short notes
(semiquavers and triplets) cannot be played back in
step 8 and the following message is displayed: “Can
not play due to too many notes per sec.” The screen
returns to step 5.
The message “Can not save due to too many notes
per sec.” may also be displayed, and the screen
returns to step 5.
Reduce the number of melodies, replace short notes,
cancel triplets, etc. to remedy.
To Specify the Musical Scale and Rest
Using the keys shown below, specify the musical scale
and rest.
Do
Re
Mi
Fa
Sol
La
Ti
Rest
G H I J K L M Q
When you press the key shown above once, a crotchet
is specified in the middle scale (no mark).
When you press the same key repeatedly, the note will
shift cycle through the available octave ranges.
L
L
L
L
When you press a or b whilst a note is selected, the
note will move one semitone higher or lower.
When entering rest, crotchet rest is entered.
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To Specify the Types of Notes and Rests
Press P or R repeatedly.
(
)
P
(
)
P
P
(
)
P
(
)
P
(
)
When you make a dotted note or a triplet, press O
after selecting the target note.
Note
• You cannot make a dotted semiquaver (semiquaver
rest) or a dotted semibreve (semibreve rest).
• Three continuous notes are required for a triplet.
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To specify a tie, press N after selecting the target
notes.
An underscore (_) is displayed next to the note, and the
note is tied with the next one.
To enter the next note, press d to move the cursor to
the right. Then, repeat the operation on the previous
pages.
If the cursor is positioned next to a note, you can repeat
the note immediately left of the cursor when a or b is
pressed.
To Set the Tone
The phone can play notes using different instruments.
You can select from 128 basic tones (8 types of: Pianos,
Chimes, Organs, Guitars, Basses, Strings 1, Strings 2,
Brasses, Reeds, Flutes/Pipes, Synth Leads, Synth Pads,
Synth Effects, Ethnics, Percussions, Effects) and 61
extended tones (40 types of Drums (FM) and 21 types
of Drums (WT)).
1. Press [Options] and select “Set Tone” in step 7 on
page 82.
2. Press c or d to highlight a category of the tone.
3. Press a or b to highlight a tone.
4. Press
.
Now you can create an original ringtone.
Tip
• You can play back the melody in the selected tone by
pressing [Options] and select “Play Current Part”,
or play back the syllable names in the selected tone
by selecting “Confirm Tones” instead.
5. Edit the data.
6. When you finish editing, press [Options] and select
To Set the Strength of the Tone
The strength of the tone can be set in 3 levels for each
part.
When you purchase this phone, the strength of the
original ringtone is set to “Loud”.
1. Press [Options] and select “Set Strength” in step 8
on page 83.
2. Select a strength of the tone.
Note
• When the number of voices is modified in step 5, the
confirmation message may be displayed. When you
press [Yes], a section of the melody may be deleted.
3. Press
Copying and Pasting Notes
You can copy and move a part of the melody to another
position.
Only original ringtones or editable melodies can be
copied or moved.
1. In the Score input screen, press [Options] and select
“Copy” or “Cut”.
2. Move the cursor to the first note to be copied or to
be cut.
.
Now you can create an original ringtone.
Editing Original Ringtones (M 3-6-2)
“Organiser” → “Melody Editor” → “Existing
Melodies”
1. Highlight an original ringtone you wish to edit.
2. Press [Options] and select “Edit Data”.
3. Edit the title.
4. Select a tempo and number of voices.
“Save”.
7. Select “Save to Gallery”.
8. Select “Overwrite” or “New”.
Tip
• You can delete the melody after or before the cursor
by pressing [Options] and selecting “Del. after
cursor” or “Del. before cursor”.
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3. Move the cursor to the last note to highlight the
area.
4. Press [Options] and select “Paste”.
5. Move the cursor to the point you wish to paste the
notes.
Help List (M 3-7)
You can view the help list and use it to guide you in the
phone’s functions.
“Organiser” → “Help List”
1. Highlight the desired function.
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Profiles (M 7)
Profiles (M 7-1)
Tone sound and vibration set can be customised for
each profile according to your environment.
There are 6 profiles including one user definable
profile: Normal, Meeting, Activity, Car, Headset and
Silent.
Activating a Profile
“Profiles”
1. Select the desired profile.
Note
• When a profile is set, the corresponding icon
described on page 15 is displayed on the stand-by
screen.
Normal:
Is the default setup (not displayed
in the stand-by screen).
Meeting:
For use when discretion needed.
Activity:
For use in busy environments.
Car:
For use in the car (connected to a
handsfree car kit).
Headset:
For use with a headset (connected
via Bluetooth).
Silent:
For use when silence is needed. All
sounds are muted and you are
alerted to calls with the vibrator.
Tip
• Press and hold R to launch the Profiles screen
during stand-by.
Customising Profiles
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select the setting you wish to customise and change
as desired.
For details about settings, pages 88 to 91.
4. Press [Save] when finished.
Resetting Profile Settings
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to reset.
2. Press [Options] and select “Set to Default”.
3. Enter your handset code.
The default handset code is “0000”. For details on
changing the handset code, see “To Change Handset
Code” on page 109.
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Ringer Volume
You can adjust the ringer volume to one of 6 levels or a
step tone.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Ringer Volume”.
The current volume level is displayed.
4. Press a to increase the ringer volume or press b
to decrease the ringer volume and then press
.
To select “Step Tone”, press a at level 5.
To select “Silent”, press b at level 1.
Assigning Melody
You can select the ringtone from 28 tones including 5
patterns, 13 sound effects and 10 melodies. You can
also select a sound in Sound Gallery as the default
ringtone excluding the AMR or WAVE format.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Assign Melody”.
4. Select “Preset Melodies” or “Sound Gallery”.
5. Select the ringtone you wish to use.
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To hear the demo play, press
. To stop playing,
press
again.
6. Press [Options] and select “Assign”.
Note
• If you delete a ringtone that uses a sound in Sound
Gallery, the default ringtone is set.
Vibration
When the vibrator option is set on, the phone will
vibrate for incoming calls regardless of the ringer
volume and tone settings.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Vibration”.
4. Select from “Enable”, “Disable” or “Link to
Sound”.
Tip
• When the “Link to Sound” option is selected in step
4, the vibrator synchronises with your selected
melody to pulse in time with the melody. Please note
that not all melodies support the “Link to Sound”
option. Should you select such a melody, only the
“Enable” option in step 4 will allow vibrator
function.
• When you select “Enable” or “Link to Sound” in step
4, “ ” is displayed on the stand-by screen.
Warning Tone
This function enables your phone to emit the warning
tone when an error occurs.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Alerts”.
4. Select “Warning Tone”.
5. Select “Switch On/Off”.
6. Select “On”. Select “Off” to cancel.
7. Select “Volume”.
8. Adjust the volume by pressing a or b.
9. Select “Tone”.
10. Select “Preset Melodies” or “Sound Gallery”.
11. Select the warning tone.
For details on selecting a ringtone, see “Assigning
Melody” on page 88.
12. Select “Duration” and select desired duration.
Message Alert
When receiving messages, special ringtones can be set.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Alerts”.
4. Select “Message Alert”.
5. Select from “MMS”, “SMS” or “WAP”.
6. Select “Volume”.
7. Adjust the volume by pressing a or b.
8. Select “Sound”.
9. Select “Preset Melodies” or “Sound Gallery”.
10. Select the ringtone.
For details on selecting a ringtone, see “Assigning
Melody” on page 88.
11. Select “Vibration”.
12. Select from “Enable”, “Disable” or “Link to
Sound”.
13. Select “Duration”.
14. Enter the duration of ringtone in 2 digits.
Profiles
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Low Battery Alert
Adjust the volume of the alarm when the battery
becomes low.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Alerts”.
4. Select “Low Battery Alert”.
5. Select from “High”, “Low” or “Silent”.
Keypad Tones
When the keypad tone is set on, you will hear a
confirmation tone each time you press any keys.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Keypad Tones”.
4. Select “Switch On/Off” and select “On”.
Select “Off” to cancel.
5. Select “Volume” and select from “High”, “Middle”
or “Low”.
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6. Select “Tone” and select from “Preset Melodies”,
“Sound Gallery” or “Default Tone”.
When selecting “Default Tone”, go to step 8.
7. Select the desired tone.
For details on assigning the tone, see “Assigning
Melody” on page 88.
8. Select “Duration” and select the desired time.
Multimedia Volume
You can adjust volume for Video Camera, Voice
Recorder, Melody Editor, Gallery, browser and MMS
messages.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Multimedia Volume”.
4. Select the desired volume level.
Power On/Off Sound
The phone can be set up to emit a sound when it is
switched on or off. You can define the volume, duration
and the melody to be used for this task.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Power On Sound” or “Power Off Sound”.
4. Select “Switch On/Off”.
5. Select “On”. Select “Off” to cancel.
6. Select “Volume”.
7. Adjust the volume by pressing a or b.
8. Select “Sound”.
9. Select “Preset Melodies” or “Sound Gallery”.
10. Select the ringtone.
For details on selecting a ringtone, see“Assigning
Melody” on page 88.
11. Select “Duration”.
Echo Reduction
This function is for reducing irritating echoes,
especially when using the handsfree car kit.
“Profiles”
1. Highlight the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Echo Reduction”.
4. Select “On” or “Off”.
Any Key Answer
You can also answer a call by pressing any key except
F or [Busy]. For details, see page 19.
“Profiles”
1. Select the profile you wish to customise.
2. Press [Options] and select “Personalise”.
3. Select “Any Key Answer”.
Select “On” or “Off”.
12. Enter the desired duration of the ringtone in 2 digits
(01 to 10 seconds).
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Call Manager (M 8)
Call Log (M 8-3)
The phone will record the last 10 missed calls, received
calls and dialled numbers.
Viewing Call Log
“Call Manager” → “Call Log”
1. Select from “All Calls”, “Dialled Numbers”,
“Missed Calls”, or “Received Calls”.
The selected call log list is displayed.
2. Select the phone number you wish to view.
If you wish to dial the number, press D.
Call log “1” is the most recent. When you press b,
call log “2” is displayed.
Tip
• You can also confirm call logs by pressing D
during stand-by mode.
Sending Messages
1. In call log list, highlight the call log you wish to
send a message to.
The selected call log is displayed in detail.
2. Press [Options] and select “Create Message”.
3. Select “MMS” or “SMS”.
For details on creating a message, see “Creating a
New MMS” on page 48 or “Creating and Sending a
New SMS” on page 53.
Saving the Number
“Call Manager” → “Call Log”
1. Select from “Missed Calls”, “Received Calls”,
“Dialled Numbers”, or “All Calls”.
The selected call log list is displayed.
2. Highlight the call log you wish to save.
3. Press [Options] and select “Save Number”.
4. Select from “New Recipient” for the new entry, or
“Existing Recipient” for adding to the existing entry
of the Phonebook.
Deleting a Call Log
1. In call log list, press [Options] and select “Delete”.
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Call Manager
Speed Dial List (M 8-4)
Call Timers (M 8-6)
You can view and perform other operations for phone
numbers registered in the Speed Dial List.
“Call Manager” → “Speed Dial List”
The names and phone numbers stored in the Speed
Dial List are displayed in order.
This function lets you check the duration of your calls.
My Numbers (M 8-5)
You can check your own voice, data and fax phone
numbers.
“Call Manager” → “My Numbers”
1. Select the phone number you wish to check from
“Voice”, “Data” or “Fax”.
Note
• “Data” or “Fax” may not be displayed depending on
the SIM card.
Checking the Duration of the Last Call and All
Calls
“Call Manager” → “Call Timers”
1. Select “Received Calls” or “Dialled Numbers”.
The duration of the last call or all calls is displayed.
Data Counter (M 8-7)
You can confirm the amount of bytes that you used in
the GPRS transmission.
“Call Manager” → “Data Counter”
1. Select from “Last Data” or “All Data”.
Resetting All Data Counter
“Call Manager” → “Data Counter” → “Clear
Counter”
1. Confirm by selecting [Yes] or [No].
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Settings (M 9)
Setting the Display (M 9-1)
You can change the settings of the screen.
Wallpaper (M 9-1-1)
For the stand-by screen, 3 pictures are provided.
Pictures taken with the digital camera or images
downloaded from a WAP site can be used for
wallpapers.
Setting from Picture Gallery
“Settings” → “Display” → “Wallpaper” → “Picture
Gallery”
1. Select the desired picture.
2. After displaying the picture, press
.
3. Specify the area you wish to display using the
navigation keys.
Note
• Some pictures cannot be used because of their
picture and data types.
Assigning the Pictures (M 9-1-2)
Pictures can be displayed when turning the power on or
off, when receiving an incoming call, or when
operating the alarm.
Pictures taken by a digital camera or images
downloaded from a WAP site can be used.
To Set Built-in Pictures
“Settings” → “Display” → “Assign Pictures”
1. Select the desired situation to set the picture.
2. Select “Preset Pictures” when you select “Power
On” or “Power Off” in step 1.
Select “Pattern 1”, “Pattern 2” or “Pattern 3” when
you select “Incoming Call” or “Alarm” in step 1.
To Set Saved Pictures
“Settings” → “Display” → “Assign Pictures”
1. Select the desired situation to set the picture.
2. Select “Picture Gallery”.
3. Select the desired picture.
4. After displaying the picture, press
.
5. Specify the area you wish to display using the
navigation keys.
Note
• Some pictures cannot be used because of their
picture and data types.
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Setting the Greeting Message (M 9-1-3)
You can set the message which will appear when the
phone is turned on.
“Settings” → “Display” → “Greeting Message”
1. Select “Switch On/Off”.
2. Select “On” or “Off”.
3. Select “Edit Message” and enter the message.
Up to 16 characters can be stored as a message.
For details on entering characters, see “Entering
Characters” on page 24.
Showing the Clock (M 9-1-4)
You can display the current date and/or time on the
stand-by screen.
“Settings” → “Display” → “Show Clock”
1. Select from “Time Only”, “Date & Time” or “Off”.
To Turn On/Off the Backlight whilst Charging with
the Cigarette Lighter Charger
With this setting On, the phone’s backlight is on when
the cigarette lighter charger is connected.
“Settings” → “Display” → “Backlight” → “In Car”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
Adjusting the Brightness of the Backlight
(M 9-1-6)
You can adjust the brightness of the backlight of the
screen from 4 levels.
“Settings” → “Display” → “Brightness”
1. Adjust the brightness by pressing a (Light) and b
(Dark) for maximum clarity.
2. Press
.
Backlight (M 9-1-5)
You can turn the backlight of the screen on or off when
you press the keypad or the optional cigarette lighter
charger is connected to the phone.
You can change time the backlight is on for, which will
help conserve battery life.
To Select the Backlight Time Out
“Settings” → “Display” → “Backlight” → “Time
Out”
1. Select the desired time. Select “Off” to turn it off.
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Setting the Display Saving (M 9-1-7)
This phone’s screen will automatically turn off and
display the clock after a given amount of time.
You can change the time before the Display Saving will
go into effect, which will help conserve battery life.
“Settings” → “Display” → “Display Saving”
1. Select the desired time.
Note
• Display Saving does not work whilst you are calling,
using WAP, or using an application.
• To cancel the Display Saving: The display saving
continues until either a key is pressed or there is an
incoming alert. The first key press only cancels this
function. You must press another key in order to input
any numerical or text value.
Display Setting Reset (M 9-1-8)
The display settings can be reset to their default
settings.
“Settings” → “Display” → “Set to Default”
1. Enter your handset code.
The default handset code is “0000”. For details on
changing the handset code, see “To Change Handset
Code” on page 109.
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Call Settings (M 9-2)
Set various types of functions and services.
Diverts (M 9-2-1)
This service is used to divert incoming calls to your
voicemail system or to another number depending on
certain conditions in which you cannot answer a call.
To Divert Calls
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Diverts”
1. Select one of the following options.
• “All Calls”:
Diverts all voice calls without
ringing.
• “When Busy”: Diverts incoming calls when you
are on a call.
• “No Answer”:
Diverts incoming calls if you do
not answer a call within a certain
period of time.
• “Not Reachable”: Diverts incoming calls when your
phone is out of network service or
switched off.
2. Select “On”.
3. Enter a phone number to which you wish to divert
calls or search for it in the Phonebook. (p. 36)
To use a phone number in the Phonebook, press
[Phonebook].
4. Press
.
If you select “No Answer” in step 1:
5. Select the period of time from 6 levels (05 to 30
seconds).
Note
• When a divert is set to “All Calls”, “
on the stand-by screen.
” is displayed
Tip
• If you select “By Service” in step 2, you can select
further divert options.
Call Waiting (M 9-2-2)
If you wish to be able to receive another incoming call
whilst you have a call in progress, you must activate the
Call Waiting service.
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Call Waiting”
1. Select “On” or “Off”. Select “Status” for checking
the status.
Note
• The Call Waiting service may not be available on all
mobile phone networks. Contact your network
operator for more information.
To Check the Divert Status
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Diverts”
1. Select the divert option you wish to check.
2. Select “Status”.
You can check the status of the selected divert
option.
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Restrict Calls (M 9-2-3)
This function lets you place restrictions on incoming
and outgoing calls. To activate this option you will need
a password from your service provider.
Note
• This service may not be available in all networks.
Please contact your service provider for details.
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Restrict Calls”
1. Select from “Outgoing Calls” or “Incoming Calls”.
• Outgoing Calls:
Restricts outgoing calls.
• Incoming Calls:
Restricts incoming calls.
2. Select one of the following options.
(For “Outgoing Calls”)
Select “Bar Foreign Calls” or “Bar All Outgoing Calls”.
• Bar Foreign Calls:
Restricts all outgoing
international calls.
• Bar Outgoing Calls:
Restricts all outgoing calls
except emergency calls.
• Only Local & Home:
Restricts all outgoing
international calls except to
your home country.
(For “Incoming Calls”)
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• Bar Incoming Calls:
Restricts all incoming calls.
Restricts all incoming calls
when you are outside of the
coverage from your
registered network operator.
3. Select one of the following options.
• “All Services”:
Restricts all services.
• “Voice Calls”:
Restricts all voice calls.
• “Data”:
Restricts all data calls.
• “Fax”:
Restricts all fax calls.
• “Messages”:
Restricts all messages.
• “All except msgs”:
Restricts all services except
messages.
4. Select “On” or “Off”.
• Bar if Abroad:
5. Enter the network password.
To Cancel Settings
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Restrict Calls”
1. Select “Outgoing Calls” or “Incoming Calls”.
2. Select “Cancel All”.
3. Enter the network password.
Fixed Dialling No.
When the Fixed Dialling No. is enabled, you can only
call predefined numbers.
To Enable Fixed Dialling No.
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Restrict Calls” →
“Fixed Dialling No.”
1. Enter your PIN2 code.
2. Select “Switch On/Off”.
To Add a New Name
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Restrict Calls” →
“Fixed Dialling No.”
1. Enter your PIN2 code.
2. Select “Edit Dial List”.
3. Press [Options] and select “Add New”.
4. Add a name and a phone number.
For details on adding a name and a phone number,
see “Add New” on page 35.
5. Press [Save].
Note
• This service may not be available in all networks.
Please contact your service provider for details.
3. Select “On” or “Off”.
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Changing the Network Password
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Restrict Calls” →
“Change Password”
1. Enter the old network password.
2. Enter a new network password.
3. Enter a new network password again.
Call Setting Reset (M 9-2-6)
The call settings can be reset to their default settings.
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Set to Default”
1. Enter your handset code.
Date & Time (M 9-3)
Auto Redial (M 9-2-4)
See “Automatic Redialling” on page 19.
You need to set the correct time and date in order for
your phone’s various time-based functions to work
correctly.
“Settings” → “Date & Time” → “Set Date/Time”
1. Enter the day, month, year and time using the digit
keys.
Minute Minder (M 9-2-5)
Minute Minder function informs you of your talk time
by sounding a tone after every minute.
“Settings” → “Call Settings” → “Minute Minder”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
Tip
• When you enter the time in the 12-hour format, press
P to switch between am and pm. The order in
which the date and time is displayed is based on the
format setting.
If you enter the incorrect password, you are asked to
enter the password again.
4. Press
.
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Selecting the Time Format
“Settings” → “Date & Time” → “Time Format”
1. Select “12 hour” or “24 hour”.
Selecting the Date Format
“Settings” → “Date & Time” → “Date Format”
1. Select from “D-M-Y”, “M-D-Y”, or “Y-M-D”.
Setting the Daylight Saving
“Settings” → “Date & Time” → “Daylight Saving”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
Setting the Time Zone
“Settings” → “Date & Time” → “Set Time Zone” →
“Change Zone”
1. Press c or d to select the home city to set.
Changing the Language (M 9-4)
You can change the menu language of the phone.
“Settings” → “Language”
1. Select the desired language.
Tip
• You can also change the input language on the text
entry screen (p. 25).
Note
• If you select “Automatic” in step 1, the language
preset on the SIM card is selected.
• If the language preset on the SIM card is not
supported, then the default language of the phone is
selected.
Customising the Time Zone
“Settings” → “Date & Time” → “Set Time Zone” →
“Set Custom Zone”
1. Enter the time-zone differences using the digit keys.
Pressing P switches between – and +.
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Connectivity (M 9-5)
By configuring the settings in this menu, you can
connect to Bluetooth wireless technology or infrared
enabled phones via these connections, as well as a PC
via Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared or USB
connections.
Using the Bluetooth Wireless Function
(M 9-5-1)
To Turn On or Off
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Switch On/Off”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
If the infrared setting has been activated, you will be
asked whether you wish to deactivate it or not. Press
[Yes].
The Bluetooth wireless setting is activated, and
“ ” is displayed.
To Search for Devices to be Paired
For using the Bluetooth wireless function, you need to
search for other Bluetooth wireless technology enabled
devices to establish contact with your phone. Keep your
phone within a distance of 10 metres before searching.
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Search for Devices”
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Settings
The phone starts searching for devices within 10
metres.
1. Select the desired device for pairing.
2. Enter the device passcode.
Note
• If the Bluetooth wireless function is off before
searching, the phone turns the Bluetooth wireless
function on automatically and starts searching.
• If the infrared function is active, the confirmation
screen to deactivate the infrared function is
displayed. Press [Yes] to deactivate.
• You can only select one device for pairing. To change
the paired device, see “Paired Devices”.
Paired Devices
You can activate, rename, and delete the paired device
in the list.
To Activate a Device
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Paired Devices”
1. Select the device you wish to activate.
Tip
• You can save battery power by turning the Bluetooth
wireless function off whilst it is not in use. Turn the
Bluetooth wireless function off in “To Turn On or
Off” on page 102 or in “To Turn Off Automatically”.
• During a call, you can divert voice call to the paired
device. Press [Options] and select “Enable
Bluetooth”. If you wish to disconnect the paired
device, select “Disable Bluetooth”.
To Rename a Device
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Paired Devices”
1. Highlight the device you wish to rename.
2. Press [Options] and select “Change Name”.
3. Rename the device.
To Clear a Device Name
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Paired Devices”
1. Highlight the device you wish to clear.
2. Press [Options] and select “Delete”.
Using the Handsfree Wireless Function
To Activate Handsfree Devices
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Handsfree Devices”
1. Highlight the handsfree device you wish to connect.
2. Press [Options].
3. Select “Connect”. Select “Disconnect” to cancel.
To Rename Handsfree Devices
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Handsfree Devices”
1. Highlight the handsfree device you wish to rename.
2. Press [Options] and select “Change Name”.
3. Rename the device.
To Clear a Handsfree Device Name
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Handsfree Devices”
1. Highlight the handsfree device you wish to clear.
2. Press [Options] and select “Delete”.
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Bluetooth Wireless Settings
You can prevent other GZ100 phones from recognising
your phone, or turn the Bluetooth wireless function off
automatically to save battery power.
To Disconnect the Device
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Handsfree Devices” → [Options] → “Disconnect”
1. Select the device name you wish to disconnect.
To Connect the Device
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Bluetooth Settings” → “Device Name”
1. Select the device you wish to connect.
Note
• In the initial connection of two devices, both devices
have to be identified by entering a passcode on a one
of basis. In order to ensure sufficient security, you
should choose a number combination for which is
difficult to guess (if possible consisting of 16 digits).
• If possible, you should limit the “Visibility” of your
mobile phone. This will enable you to make it
significantly more difficult for unknown devices to try
to establish a connection with your mobile phone. To
do this, set the “Visibility” option in the Bluetooth
menu from “Show Your Phone” to the value “Hide
Your Phone”. Some manufacturers may use
“Visible” or “Hidden” and are to be understood
similarly.
To Show or Hide Your Phone
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Bluetooth Settings” → “Visibility”
1. Select the desired visibility settings.
“Show My Phone”: Allows other devices to
recognize your phone.
“Hide My Phone”: Hides your phone from other
devices.
To Turn Off Automatically
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Bluetooth” →
“Bluetooth Settings” → “Bluetooth Time Out”
1. Select the desired time.
Your phone turns the function off automatically in
the specified time.
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Using the Infrared Function
Network Settings (M 9-6)
To Turn the Infrared Function On or Off
(M 9-5-2)
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “Infrared”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
If the Bluetooth wireless function has been
activated, you will be asked whether you wish to
deactivate it or not. Press [Yes].
“ ” will appear on the screen.
The infrared setting will return to off when no data
is transmitted/received via infrared communication.
Network Settings
PC Software (M 9-5-3)
By connecting your phone to a PC, you can transmit
pictures, sounds, video clips, and Phonebook entries.
Follow the procedure to select the connection method
(Bluetooth wireless, USB or Infrared connection). For
details on getting the link software, see page 111.
“Settings” → “Connectivity” → “PC Software”
1. Select the desired connection type from “Data
Cable”, “Infrared” or “Bluetooth”.
To Select a Network Automatically
Each time the power is turned on, your phone always
tries to connect to the preferred network.
If your phone is not connected to the network, you can
perform the following immediately to establish the
preferred network connection.
“Settings” → “Network Settings” → “Select
Network” → “Automatic”
To Set the Network Manually
“Settings” → “Network Settings” → “Select
Network” → “Manual”
1. Select the desired network.
To Add a New Network
“Settings” → “Network Settings” → “Select
Network” → “Add New Network”
If there is no entry, press
and go to step 2.
If there is an entry, press
and perform the following
steps.
1. Select “Add”.
2. Enter the country code.
3. Enter the network code.
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4. Enter a new network name.
WAP/MMS Settings
To Edit the Preferred List
Note
• In normal operation, you do not need to change
WAP/MMS settings.
To Change the Position of a Network in the
Preferred List
“Settings” → “Network Settings” → “Select
Network” → “Set Preferred”
1. Select the name of the network to change the
position in the list.
2. Select “Insert” or “Add to end”.
To Delete a Network from the Preferred List
“Settings” → “Network Settings” → “Select
Network” → “Set Preferred”
1. Select the name of the network you wish to delete.
2. Select “Delete”.
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WAP Settings (*: Mandatory fields)
• “Profile Name”*: WAP profile name (Unique name)
• “IP Address”*: IP address
• “Homepage”:
Homepage
• “Port Number”*: Security option (1024-65535)
• “Circuit Prompt”: (“Enable” or “Disable”)
Circuit prompt
• “Connection Type”
(“GPRS Then CSD”, “GPRS” or “CSD”):
Bearer connection type
• GPRS Settings:
“APN”*:
Access point name
“Username”: Username
“Password”: Password
“Linger Time”: Linger time (0-99999 sec.)
• CSD Settings:
Bearer connection type
“Phone No.”*: Access point number
“Line Type”: ISDN or analogue
“Username”: Username
“Password”: Password
“Linger Time”: Linger time (0-99999 sec.)
MMS Settings (*: Mandatory fields)
• “Profile Name”*: MMS profile name (Unique name)
• “IP Address”*: IP address
• “Relay Server URL”*:
MMS relay server
• “Port Number”*: Security option (1024-65535).
• “Connection Type”
(“GPRS Then CSD”, “GPRS” or “CSD”):
Bearer connection type
• GPRS Settings: Bearer connection type
“APN”*:
Access point name
“Username”: Username
“Password”: Password
“Linger Time”: Linger time (0-99999 sec.)
• CSD Settings:
Bearer connection type
“Phone No.”*: Access point number
“Line Type”: ISDN or analogue
“Username”: Username
“Password”: Password
“Linger Time”: Linger time (0-99999 sec.)
To Activate the WAP/MMS Profile
“Settings” → “Network Settings”
1. Select from “WAP Settings” or “MMS Settings”.
2. Highlight the desired profile.
3. Press [Options] and select “Activate”.
To Edit the Profile
“Settings” → “Network Settings”
1. Select from “WAP Settings” or “MMS Settings”.
2. Highlight the desired profile.
3. Press [Options] and select “Edit”.
4. Edit the desired item and select [Save].
To Copy the WAP/MMS Profile
“Settings” → “Network Settings”
1. Select from “WAP Settings” or “MMS Settings”.
2. Highlight the desired profile.
3. Press [Options] and select “Copy”.
4. Edit the new profile name.
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To Delete the WAP/MMS Profile
“Settings” → “Network Settings”
1. Select from “WAP Settings” or “MMS Settings”.
2. Highlight the desired profile.
3. Press [Options] and select “Delete”.
Security (M 9-7)
Auto Keypad Lock (M 9-7-1)
By setting this option on, your phone will lock the
keypad in 20 seconds automatically if no operation is
performed.
“Settings” → “Security” → “Auto Keypad Lock”
1. Select the desired time or “Off”.
Enabling/Disabling the PIN Code (M 9-7-2)
If the PIN code is enabled you are asked to enter the
PIN code each time the phone is switched on. Your PIN
code is stored on the SIM card and you should have
been made aware of the code when you purchased the
SIM card. Contact your service provider for further
details.
“Settings” → “Security” → “PIN Entry”
1. Select “On” to enable the PIN code.
Select “Off” to disable it.
2. Enter your PIN code.
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Settings
Note
• If you enter the wrong PIN code three times in step 2,
the SIM card will lock. To remove the lock, contact
your service provider/SIM card vendor.
To Change PIN Code
This allows you to change the PIN code stored on the
SIM card. Before you change the PIN code, select “On”
in step 1 in “Enabling/Disabling the PIN Code”.
“Settings” → “Security” → “PIN Entry” → “Change
PIN”
1. Enter the existing PIN code.
2. Enter new PIN code.
3. Enter the new PIN code again.
Changing PIN2 Code (M 9-7-3)
PIN2 code is used to protect certain functions in the
phone such as Fixed Dialling No. and call cost limits.
The following shows you how to change PIN2 code.
“Settings” → “Security” → “PIN Entry” → “Change
PIN2”
1. Enter the existing PIN2 code.
2. Enter a new PIN2 code.
To Change Handset Code
Before you change the handset code, select “On” in step
1 in “Handset Lock”. The default handset code is
“0000”.
“Settings” → “Security” → “Handset Lock” →
“Change code”
1. Enter the old handset code.
2. Enter a new handset code.
3. Enter the new PIN2 code.
3. Enter the new handset code again.
Handset Lock (M 9-7-4)
The Handset Lock is an additional security feature
which prevents unauthorised use of the phone or certain
features.
“Settings” → “Security” → “Handset Lock”
1. Select “On” or “Off”.
2. Enter your handset code.
Master Reset (M 9-8)
All settings can be reset to their default settings.
“Settings” → “Master Reset”
1. Enter your handset code.
Settings
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Connecting GZ100 to Your PC
You can use the following functions by connecting the
GZ100 to your PC using an infrared port, USB port* or
Bluetooth wireless technology port:
• GSM/GPRS modem
• Handset Manager for GZ100
• Bluetooth wireless connection
* Requires an optional USB data cable XN-1DC30 for
USB port connection.
System Requirements
Operating System: Windows® 98*, Windows® Me,
Windows® 2000**, Windows® XP***
* Windows® 98 Second Edition, Windows® 98
Service Pack 1 with Internet Explorer 5.01 or later
** Service Pack 4
***Service Pack 1a
Supported Software:
Microsoft® Outlook/Outlook Express
Interface: Infrared port, USB port or Bluetooth wireless
Port
CD-ROM drive
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Connecting GZ100 to Your PC
GSM/GPRS Modem
You can use GZ100 as a GSM/GPRS modem to access
the Internet from your PC. Connect your phone to your
PC via Bluetooth wireless technology, Infrared or USB
interface. Software installation on your PC is required.
For details, see “Software Installation” on page 111.
Modem via the Infrared Connection
To use the modem function via the Infrared connection,
see “Using the Infrared Function” on page 105 and turn
the modem function on.
Modem via the USB Cable
To use the modem function using a USB cable, use the
cable mentioned above and see the instructions
accompanying the cable.
Modem via Bluetooth connection
To use the modem function via Bluetooth wireless
technology interface, see “Using the Bluetooth
Wireless Function” on page 102 and turn the modem
function on.
For details on software support, refer to the following
site:
http://www.sharp-mobile.com
Note
• Modem communication is not possible whilst
communicating with the Handset Manager via
Bluetooth wireless technology, infrared or USB
interface.
Handset Manager
Software Installation
You can transmit the following items between your
phone and your PC, and can use Phonebook entries on
your PC.
• Gallery files (pictures/sounds/video clips)
• Picture Gallery entries
• Phonebook entries
• Short messages
• Schedule entries (You can send Microsoft Outlook
schedule entries to your phone.)
To use the Handset Manager function, see “PC
Software” on page 105 and set your phone to Data
Transfer mode.
For details on software support, refer to the following
site:
http://www.sharp-mobile.com
1. Insert the Handset Manager CD-ROM (purchase
separately), into your CD-ROM drive.
The GZ100 CD-ROM screen is displayed.
If the GZ100 CD-ROM screen is not displayed,
double-click [Launcher.exe] in your CD-ROM.
2. Press the desired button.
The installation starts.
3. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete
installation.
Note
• The phone may not recognize the USB data cable if it
is connected whilst an application (Camera, Gallery,
etc.) is running. Connect the USB data cable during
stand-by.
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Infrared communication
• Infrared ports need to be aligned with each other.
Infrared port
• Infrared ports need to be placed within 20 cm of each
other and within a 30° angle.
• It is not recommended that you make or answer a call
during data communication. The operation may be
interrupted.
GSM/GPRS modem
• It is not recommended that you make or answer calls
when you are using GZ100 as a GSM/GPRS modem.
The operation may be interrupted.
• When transmitting data via infrared communication,
you need to set the infrared setting to “On”. (p. 105)
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Connecting GZ100 to Your PC
Handset Manager
• Some large files may not be able to be transmitted
from the PC to the phone.
• When connecting your phone to a PC, you need to
select the connection method for PC Software.
(p. 105)
• The phone may not recognize the USB data cable if it
is connected whilst an application (Camera, Gallery,
etc.) is running. Connect the USB data cable during
stand-by.
• Applications (Camera, Gallery, etc.) do not run when
the phone is connected to the PC via Bluetooth
wireless technology interface, infrared port or USB
data cable.
Troubleshooting
Problem
The phone does not
turn on.
PIN code or PIN2
code is rejected.
The SIM card
becomes locked.
The display is
difficult to read.
Problem
Solution
• Make sure the battery is
properly inserted and
charged.
• Make sure you have entered
the correct code (4 to 8 digits).
• Your SIM card/protected
functions will become locked
after 3 unsuccessful attempts.
• Contact your SIM provider if
you do not have the correct
PIN code.
• Enter PUK code (8 digits)
provided by your service
provider (if supported).
• If the attempt is successful,
enter the new PIN code and
confirm your phone is
operational again. Otherwise
contact your dealer.
• Adjust the backlight
brightness for the main
display.
Phone functions do
not work after the
phone is turned on.
Calls cannot be
made or received.
Solution
• Check the radio signal
strength indicator as you may
be outside the service area.
• Check to see if any error
message is displayed when
you turn your phone on. If so,
contact your dealer.
• Make sure the SIM card is
correctly inserted.
• If the message “SIM card
error” is displayed at start-up,
you cannot use your SIM card
or the SIM card is damaged.
Contact your dealer or
network service provider.
• Check your call barring, fixed
dialling setting, remaining
battery and call forwarding
settings.
• Check if your phone is
currently performing data
communication using Infrared
(IrDA), Bluetooth wireless
technology interface or a USB
data cable.
• Check the remaining balance
if you are using a pre-paid
SIM card.
Troubleshooting
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Problem
Call quality is poor.
Cannot access
network service.
Cannot send or
receive Text
Message.
Cannot connect to
Multimedia
Message service
provider.
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Solution
• Your current location may not
provide good call quality (i.e.,
in a car or train). Move to a
location where radio signal
strength is greater.
• Check where your account
has been registered and
where the service is
available.
• Make sure you are correctly
subscribed for the Short
Message Service, that the
network supports this service,
and that the centre number is
set up correctly. If not, contact
your network service
provider.
• MMS settings and
configuration may be missing
or incorrect or the network
does not support it. Check
your service provider’s
access point number.
Contact your service provider
to confirm the correct
settings.
Troubleshooting
Problem
Limited memory
available.
Call is terminated
unexpectedly.
No entries are
displayed in the
Phonebook
Fax transmission
failure
Cannot receive
OBEX data.
Solution
• Delete any unnecessary data.
• Magnetised objects such as
health necklaces placed near
the phone may terminate the
call. Keep your phone away
from such objects.
• Confirm that the Call
Manager Location setting
(Handset or SIM) and View
Groups setting are made
correctly.
• Before transmitting fax data,
configure your fax software to
use the software flow control.
• Use of the optional data cable
is recommended for
transmitting fax data.
• The OBEX data can only be
received only during standby.
The message “Please return
to stand-by.” Is displayed.
Safety Precautions and
Conditions of Use
Your phone conforms to international regulations
insofar as it is used under normal conditions and in
accordance with the following instructions.
Conditions of Use
Electromagnetic waves
• Do not switch on your phone aboard an aircraft (as
your phone may interfere with the aircraft’s
electronic systems). Current legislation forbids this
use and legal action can be taken against the user.
• Do not switch on your phone in a hospital, except in
designated areas.
• Use of your phone’s function may affect the
performance of medical electronic units
(pacemakers, hearing aids, insulin pumps, etc.).
When the phone function is on, do not bring it near
medical equipment or into areas in which medical
equipment is being used. If you have a hearing aid or
a pacemaker, only use the phone on the opposite side
of your body from where it is located. The phone
should be kept at least 6 inches (15.24 cm) from a
pacemaker ANYTIME the phone is switched on.
• Do not switch on your phone near gas or flammable
substances.
• Observe the rules concerning the use of mobile
phones at gasoline stations, chemical plants and at all
sites where a risk of explosion exists.
Caring for your phone
• Do not allow children to use your phone without
supervision.
• Do not open or attempt to repair your phone yourself.
The product can only be repaired by authorised
service personnel.
• Do not drop your phone or subject it to severe
impacts. Bending the body and pushing the display or
keys with extreme force could damage the phone.
• Do not use solvents to clean your phone. Use only a
soft, dry cloth.
• Do not carry your phone in your back pocket as it
could break when you sit down. The display is made
of glass and is particularly fragile.
• Avoid touching the external connector on the
underside of the phone, since the delicate
components within can be damaged by static
electricity.
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Battery
• Use your phone only with batteries, chargers and
accessories recommended by the manufacturer. The
manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage
caused by the use of other chargers, batteries or
accessories.
• Network configuration and phone usage will
affect talk-time and stand-by time.
Using the games or camera will hasten battery
consumption.
• When the battery charging alert is displayed on
the screen, charge the battery as soon as
possible. If you continue using your phone ignoring
the alert, the phone may cease to function, and all
data and settings you have stored may be lost at any
moment.
• Before removing the battery from the phone, make
sure the phone is switched off.
• Replace and charge the new battery as soon as
possible after removing the old one.
• Do not touch the battery terminals. Batteries can
cause damage, injury or burns if a conductive
material touches exposed terminals. When the battery
is detached from the phone, use a cover made of non-
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•
•
•
•
conductive material for keeping and carrying the
battery safely.
Recommended temperature for using and storing
batteries is approximately 20°C.
The batteries’ performance is limited in low
temperatures, particularly below 0°C and the phone
may not work temporarily regardless of the amount
of remaining battery power.
Exposing the phone to extreme temperatures will
shorten battery life.
The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds
of times but it will eventually wear out. When the
operating time (talk-time and stand-by time) is
noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new
battery.
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED
BY AN INCORRECT TYPE,
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING
TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
See “Battery Disposal” on page 11.
Aerial Care
• Use only the aerial supplied or one approved by
Sharp for your mobile phone. Using unauthorised or
modified aerials may damage the mobile phone.
Moreover, since the mobile phone may violate the
appropriate regulations, it may lose performance or
exceed the limitation of SAR levels.
• To avoid interfering with blasting operations, please
turn off the mobile phone in a blasting area or in a
place where a “turn off two-way radio” sign is
posted.
Camera Operation
• Learn picture quality, file formats, etc. beforehand.
The taken pictures can be saved in JPEG format.
• Be careful not to move your hand whilst taking
pictures.
If the phone moves whilst taking a picture, the picture
can be blurred. When taking a picture, hold the phone
firmly to prevent it from moving, or use the delay
timer.
• Clean the lens cover before taking a picture.
Fingerprints, oils, etc. on the lens cover hinder clear
focusing. Wipe them off with a soft cloth before
taking a picture.
Others
• As with any electronic storage unit, data may be lost
or corrupted under various circumstances.
• Before connecting the phone with a PC or a
peripheral unit, read the operation manual for the
other unit carefully.
• If the phone’s battery has been removed for some
time, or the phone has been reset, the unit’s clock and
calendar may be reinitialised. The date and time
should be updated in this case.
• Use only the specified personal handsfree kit
(option). Some phone’s functions may not work
when unauthorised handsfree kit is used.
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Environment
• Keep your phone away from extreme heat. Do not
leave it on the dashboard of a car or near a heater. Do
not leave it in any place that is extremely damp or
dusty.
• Since this product is not waterproof, do not use it or
store it where fluids such as water can splash onto it.
Raindrops, water spray, juice, coffee, steam,
perspiration, etc. will also cause a malfunction.
Precautions Concerning
Vehicle Use
• It is the user’s responsibility to check the local laws
governing the use of a mobile phone in vehicles. Pay
full attention to driving. Pull off to the side of the
road, park the car, and switch off the engine before
making or answering a call.
• Use of your phone’s function may interfere with the
vehicle’s electronic systems, such as the ABS antilock brakes or the air-bag. To ensure no such problem
occurs, please check with your dealer or car
manufacturer before connecting your phone.
• Only allow qualified service maintenance personnel
to install the vehicle accessories.
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The manufacturer disclaims any liability for damage
which may result as a consequence of improper use or
use contrary to the instructions contained herein.
SAR
Precautions for Use in USA
Your mobile phone has been designed, manufactured
and tested so as not to exceed the limits for exposure to
electromagnetic fields recommended by the Council of
the European Union. These limits are part of
comprehensive guidelines developed by independent
scientific organisations. The guidelines include a
substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety
of the phone user and others and to take into account
variations in age and health, individual sensitivities and
environmental conditions. European standards provide
for the amount of radio frequency electromagnetic
energy absorbed by the body when using a mobile
phone to be measured by reference to the Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR limit for the general
public is currently 2 watts per kilogram averaged over
10 grams of body tissue. Your mobile phone SAR value
is 0.835 watts per kilogram. This has been tested to
ensure that this limit is not exceeded even when the
phone is operating at its highest certified power. In use
however your mobile phone may operate at less than
full power because it is designed to use only sufficient
power to communicate with the network.
FCC Declaration of Conformity
This mobile phone GZ100 with PC/Data interface cable
XN-1DC30 complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
Responsible Party:
SHARP ELECTRONICS CORPORATION
Sharp Plaza, Mahwah, New Jersey 07430
TEL: 1-800-BE-SHARP
Tested To Comply With FCC Standards
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE
FCC Notice
The phone may cause TV or radio interference if used
in close proximity to receiving equipment. The FCC
can require you to stop using the phone if such
interference cannot be eliminated.
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Information To User
This equipment has been tested and found to comply
with the limits of a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will
not occur in a particular installation; if this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
1. Reorient/Relocate the receiving antenna.
2. Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
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CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate
the equipment.
Exposure to Radio Waves
THIS MODEL 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 the
emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF)
energy set by the Federal Communications
Commission of the U.S. Government. 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 and 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 is 1.6W/kg.* Tests for SAR are conducted using
standard operating positions specified by the FCC 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
antenna, the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public,
it must be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not
exceed the limit established by the government-adopted
requirement for safe exposure. The tests are performed
in positions and locations (e.g., at the ear and worn on
the body) as required by the FCC for each model. The
highest SAR value for this model phone when tested for
use at the ear is 0.352 W/kg and when worn on the
body, as described in this user guide, is 0.544 W/kg.
Body-worn Operation; This device was tested for
typical body-worn operations with the back of the
phone kept 1.5 cm from the body. To maintain
compliance with FCC RF exposure requirements, use
accessories that maintain a 1.5 cm separation distance
between the user's body and the back of the phone. The
use of belt-clips, holsters and similar accessories should
not contain metallic components in its assembly.
The use of accessories that do not satisfy these
requirements may not comply with FCC RF exposure
requirements, and should be avoided. While there may
be differences between the SAR levels of various
phones and at various positions, they all meet the
government requirement for safe exposure.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for
this model phone with all reported SAR levels
evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF emission
guidelines. SAR information on this model phone is on
file with the FCC and can be found under the Display
Grant section of http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after
searching on FCC ID APYHRO00035.
Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates
(SAR) can be found on the Cellular
Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA)
web-site at http://www.phonefacts.net.
* 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.
Safety Precautions and Conditions of Use
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Out of Warranty List
This limited warranty shall not apply in respect of the
following:
(i) Any deterioration due to normal wear and tear
including all plastic surfaces and all other
externally exposed parts that are scratched or
damaged due to normal customer use.
(ii) Defects caused by the Product being subjected to
any of the following: use in contradiction with the
user guide, rough handling, exposure to moisture,
dampness or extreme thermal or environmental
conditions or rapid changes in such conditions,
corrosion, oxidation, unauthorised modifications
or connections, unauthorised opening or repair,
repair by use of unauthorised spare parts, misuse,
improper installation, accident, forces of nature,
spillage of food or liquid, influence from chemical
products or other acts beyond Sharp's reasonable
control (including but not limited to lifetime, and
breakage of or damage to antennae) unless the
defect was caused directly by defects in materials
or workmanship.
(iii) Products in respect of which the product serial
number or the IMEI number has been removed,
erased, defaced, altered or made illegible.
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(iv) Defects caused by the fact that the Product was
used with or connected to a products or an
accessory not manufactured or supplied by Sharp
or was used other than for its intended use.
(v) Defects caused by a defective function of the
cellular network.
(vi) Defects caused by the fact that the battery was
short-circuited or seals of the battery enclosure or
cells were broken or show evidence of tampering
or the battery was used in equipment other than for
which it has been specified.
(vii)Defects caused by the need to upgrade Products
software due to changes in cellular network
parameters.
(viii)Products operated outside published maximum
ratings.
(ix) Products rented on a monthly basis.
Charger Plug:
Do not use the AC Charger if the plug does not fit the
socket.
Index
A
Alarms 78
Any Key Answer 91
Auto Keypad Lock 108
B
Battery 10
Bluetooth wireless function 102
Browser 58
C
Call functions 18
Answering 19
Earpiece volume 20
Holding a call 20
Letting the caller know you are
unavailable 20
Making a call 18
Making another call during a
call 20
Muting 23
Redialling 19
Rejecting 20
Speed dialling 18
Call Log 92
Call Manager 92
Call Log 92
Call Timers 93
Data Counter 93
My Numbers 93
Phonebook 34
Speed Dial List 93
Call settings 96
Auto Redial 100
Call Waiting 97
Fixed Dialling No. 99
Minute Minder 100
Network password 100
Resetting 100
Restrict Calls 98
Call Timers 93
Call waiting 21, 97
Cell Broadcasts 56
Centre key 8
Centre key/Navigation keys 14
Characters 24
Chinese Templates 69
Conference Call 21
D
Date & Time 100
Digital camera 40
Display indicators 14
Display language 101
Display settings 94
Diverts 96
E
Earpiece volume 20
Emergency calls 18
G
Gallery 61
Sending a Gallery data via
Infrared or Bluetooth 64
H
Handset code 109
Handset Lock 109
I
Infrared function 105
Infrared port 9
Input languages 25
Input method 25
International calls 18
J
Java™ 72
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Java™ Gallery 67
Java™ Wallpaper 73
K
Keypad Lock 14
L
Left soft key 8
M
Master Reset 109
Melody Editor 82
Memory status 71
Menu and shortcut 32
MMS 48
Confirming arrival of delivery
report 51
Creating 48
Inserting attached data 50
Reading 50
Retrieving 51
Setting up 52
Storing the phone number or
e-mail address of a sender
in the Phonebook 51
Turning the slide show setting
on or off 49
My Numbers (Voice/Data/Fax) 93
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N
Navigation keys 8
Network settings 105
Adding a new network 105
Editing the preferred list 106
Selecting a network
automatically 105
O
Organiser 76
Alarms 78
Calculator 80
Calendar 76
Melody Editor 82
Voice Recorder 81
P
PC connection 110
PC Software 105
Phonebook 34
Changing the list 34
Creating 35
Dialling 36
Editing 37
Finding 36
Memory status 38
Receiving 39
Sending 39
Picture Gallery 61
PIN code 108
PIN2 code 109
Power on and off 13
Profiles
Activating 87
Any Key Answer 91
Assigning Melody 88
Customising 87
Echo reduction 91
Keypad tones 90
Low Battery Alert 90
Message Alert 89
Multimedia Volume 90
Power On/Off Sound 91
Resetting 87
Ringer volume 88
Vibration 88
Warning Tone 89
R
Right soft key 9
S
Security 108
Auto Keypad Lock 108
Changing handset code 109
Changing PIN code 108
Changing PIN2 code 109
Enabling/Disabling PIN code
108
Fixed Dialling No. 99
Handset Lock 109
Self-portrait mirror 41
Settings 94
Call settings 96
Connectivity 102
Date & Time 100
Display 94
Diverts 96
Handset Lock 109
Language 101
Master Reset 109
Security 108
SIM Application 76
SIM card 10
SMS 53
Creating 53
Extracting phone numbers 54
Reading 54
Setting up 55
Sound Gallery 65
Speed dialling 18, 38
T
T9 Text Input
Using PinYin mode 29
Using Stroke mode 28
Text template 68
Troubleshooting 113
V
Video Camera 44
Video Gallery 64
Voice Recorder 81
Voicemail key 9
Index
125
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Index
Messages
Press A during stand-
Quick Reference
GZ100
by.
Press a or b to scroll.
Press
.
Function Key Shortcuts
To display the Main
menu.
To mute and unmute the C [Mute]
microphone during a call.
To turn Silent mode on.
ML
Create Message
MMS
Special Features
1. Press the side-up or
side-down key.
To adjust earpiece
2. Press the side-up key or
volume during a call
a, press the side-down
key or b , then press
.
To display:
NL, then Select
Individual Call Timer
Received Calls.
NL, then select
Reset Call Timer
“Clear Timers”.
Press
Navigating Menus
to display the Main menu.
Create Message
Inbox
Sent
Drafts
Outbox
Settings
Memory Status
SMS
Create Message
Inbox
Sent
Drafts
Settings
Alert Inbox
Voicemail
Get Voicemai
Voicemail Settings
Up
Basic Operation
Press and hold F.
Enter number, press D.
Press D.
Press F.
Phonebook
Storing name and number
Press A [Options] to display the Options menu.
Select “Add New”, then select “To Handset” or “To
SIM”.
Fill each field.
Press C [Save].
Digital Camera
Taking pictures
Select “Digital Camera”, press
.
Press
or the Side keys to take picture.
MMS
Press A.
Select “MMS”, press
.
Select “Create Message”.
Enter your message, press
.
Enter phone number or E-mail address, press
.
Select “Send” then press
.
Power On/Off
Make a call
Answer a call
End a call
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Cell Broadcasts
Left
On/Off
Read Messages
Settings
Right
Down
A
C
Area Info
On
Off
Quick Reference
127
GZ100 Quick Reference Menu
1 Java™
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
Java™ Gallery
Java™ Wallpaper
Download More
Settings
Java™ Information
c
a b
7 Profiles
7-1
7-2
7-3
7-4
7-5
7-6
128
Normal
Meeting
Activity
Car
Headset
Silent
Quick Reference
2-1 Homepage
2-2 Bookmarks
d
a b
Create Message
MMS
SMS
Alert Inbox
Voicemail
Cell Broadcasts
Area Info
during stand-by mode.
Press a, b, c or d to navigate to required location.
2 Browser
3 Organiser
c
d
a b
4 Messages
4-1
4-2
4-3
4-4
4-5
4-6
4-7
Press
c
d
6 Gallery
c
d
a b
8 Call Manager
SIM Application*
Calendar
Alarms
Calculator
Voice Recorder
Melody Editor
Help List
a b
5 Camera
5-1 Digital Camera
5-2 Video Camera
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
6-5
6-6
6-7
6-8
Picture Gallery
Video Gallery
Sound Gallery
Java™ Gallery
Bookmarks
Text Templates
Chinese Templates
Memory Status
a b
9 Settings
8-1 Phonebook
9-1 Display
8-2 Add New
9-2 Call Settings
8-3
Call
Log
9-3 Date & Time
c
c
8-4 Speed Dial List
9-4 Language
8-5
My
Numbers
9-5 Connectivity
d
d
8-6 Call Timers
9-6 Network Settings
8-7 Data Counter
9-7 Security
8-8 Call Costs*
9-8 Master Reset
8-9 Service Dialling No.
* This service may not be available in all networks. Please contact your service provider for details.