Mitsubishi M21i Operating Instructions

ENGLISH
This guide describes the operation of the dual band GPRS telephones m21i.
Edition 1, 2003. © Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A., 2003
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Your m21i
Earpiece
High quality
colour graphic
display
Function
indication for left
softkey
Infrared port
Access to menu
(works with confirmation key)
Headset connector
Function
indication
right softkey
Left softkey
Quick access to
Mail from the
standby screen
Right softkey
Quick access to imode from the
standby screen
Call/SEND key
To dial displayed
number or name
and answer calls.
Voice recognition
(long press)
On/Off, END key
Alphanumeric
keys
To enter numbers
and text
Power connector
Navigation key
& Quick access to:
Alert mode setting (short press) &
My card (long press)
Phone book
Menu
Voice memo playing (short press) &
Voice memo recording (long press)
2
for
Press and hold for
a few seconds to
turn the phone on
or off.
Or
Press once to end
a call / reject a call
to return to the
standby display
Ok key & quick access to the main
menu from the
standby screen
Your m21i
Preliminary operations
1. Inserting the SIM card
2. Fitting and removing the battery
3. Fitting the battery cover and charging the battery
3
Table of contents
1. Your m21i .................... 2
2. Preliminary operations 3
Inserting the SIM card .............. 3
Fitting and removing
the battery ............................ 3
Fitting the battery cover
and charging the battery ....... 3
3. Getting Started ............ 6
Preparing the phone
for operation ......................... 6
Basic Operations ...................... 6
4. Introduction ................. 8
SAR .......................................... 8
Declaration of conformity ........ 9
General safety .......................... 9
Vehicle safety ........................... 9
Emergency calls ...................... 10
Care and maintenance ........... 10
AC/DC adaptor charger .......... 10
Battery use ............................. 10
Your responsibility ................. 11
Security codes ........................ 11
Disposing of waste packaging 11
5. Using this guide ......... 12
6. Calls & Times............... 14
Calls log ................................. 14
Call timers .............................. 14
Call costs - management ........ 15
7. Phone Book.................. 17
Storing names and
telephone numbers ............. 17
Editing a Phonebook or a SIM
name card ........................... 18
Free space in the
phonebook .......................... 19
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Viewing and calling phonebook
numbers .............................. 19
Creating a group of cards ...... 20
My Card ................................. 20
My number(s) display ............. 21
Fixed dialling numbers (FDN) . 21
Voice dialling ......................... 22
8. Messages .................... 23
Reading a received
SMS message ......................
Reading stored SMS
messages .............................
Managing received and
stored SMS messages ..........
Moving messages to SIM .......
Activating or deactivating the
message alert tone ..............
Preparing the phone to
send SMS messages ............
Entering text ..........................
Creating Text models .............
Editing a text model ...............
Sending a new SMS
message ..............................
Signature ...............................
Outbox and SIM folders
Emitted messages ...............
Status request ........................
Storage consumption .............
Broadcast - cell broadcast (CB)
messages .............................
23
23
23
23
23
24
24
26
26
26
27
27
28
28
28
9. Images & Melodies ..... 30
Pictures ..................................
Melodies ................................
Reception box ........................
Storage used ..........................
30
32
35
35
10.Calendar ..................... 36
Table of contents
11.Network services......... 36
SIM application tool kit ......... 36
SDN numbers stored in
the SIM card ....................... 36
Information numbers ............ 36
12.i-mode......................... 37
User interface ........................
i-mode menu .........................
i-mode applications ...............
Mail system ...........................
Mail system settings ..............
Quick access to i-mode
basic features ......................
37
37
38
40
43
44
13.Settings........................ 46
Tones .....................................
Display ...................................
Voice mail ..............................
Keypad ..................................
Phone settings .......................
Time and date .......................
Connection manager .............
GSM Services .........................
Security features ....................
46
47
48
48
49
50
50
51
55
14.Tools............................ 57
Diary ......................................
Voice memo ..........................
Calculator ..............................
Currency converter ................
Alarm clock ............................
Infrared port ..........................
57
60
60
61
61
62
15.Games ......................... 63
16.Appendix ................... 65
Glossary .................................
Trouble shooting ...................
Error messages ......................
Guarantee ..............................
65
66
67
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Getting Started
Preparing the phone for
operation
Please refer to Preliminary operations,
page 3.
Basic Operations
Turning the phone on
1
2
Press and hold
. A tone
sounds at mobile activation.
When switching the mobile on
for the first time or if the
phone was incorrectly
switched off
may be displayed.
Enter the date & time settings
or select Exit
if the settings are fine.
If your SIM card is PIN
protected, Enter PIN is displayed.
Enter the PIN code and select
OK
.
1
2
To make a call:
Dial the phone number or
select one from your phonebook (Press on the
key,
select one of the available
names).
Press on the
key
Ending a call:
2
Press on the
Answering a call
When receiving a phone call
(
is displayed):
Press on the
How to hold
the phone
features, page 55 for more details on your PIN and
lock codes.
If an image was set as a welcome animation, the mobile first requests for the pin
code, then shows the selected image before showing the standby display.
Making a call
6
key.
Holding your phone
4 Please refer to Security codes, page 11 and to Security
The phone can make and receive
calls only when it is switched on,
when a valid SIM card is inserted
and when it is connected to a
GSM network service.
If the keypad is locked you can receive calls but you cannot make
any call (see Keypad lock, page 7).
key
Avoid
covering the
upper back
half of the phone
so as to allow
maximum emission
and reception quality.
The standby display
When switched on the mobile
searches connection with the
network. When the connection
is established a tone sounds and
the network and/or service provider name or logo are displayed
together with the time and date,
the signal strength and the battery charge level. If the mobile
cannot find a valid network the
signal strength and the operator
name are not displayed.
To deactivate the keypad lock:
Select Unlock
and press
or press and hold
.
Alert modes
Press
to directly access the
Alert modes control (Ring, Silent, Vibrate, Vibrate & ring,
Vibrate then ring).
Turning the phone off
4
The four arrows indicate features can be reached via the four
arrows on the cursor key.
The oval symbol underneath the
arrows shows the Menu can be
reached by pressing on the
key (below the cursor key).
Mail and i-mode indicate you
can directly access the mailer
and the i-mode service by pressing on the
softkeys.
shows your mobile is attached to a GPRS network.
Keypad lock
When activated the keypad lock
feature prevents accidental calls
or actions being made by while
the phone is carried in a pocket
or a bag for instance. Incoming
calls can however be received
and answered. When the call is
over the keypad lock is automatically reactivated.
Getting Started
To activate the keypad lock:
Press and hold
. is displayed.
Please be warned that you should not, when using
the hands free mode, put the phone to your ear.
Press and hold
.
A tone sounds to confirm your
action. An animated screen is
displayed while the mobile
switches off.
Do not take the battery out of the mobile without turning the phone off. Data might be lost. Should this
happen a first-aid kit symbol is displayed at next activation of the mobile.
Power saver
To allow you to enjoy optimised
use of your mobile a power saver
screen is automatically displayed
after one minute when the
phone is not being used. It displays your service provider name
and the time.
The power saver does not prevent any operation. You can thus
get a call, an SMS, a melody, an
image, etc. while the power saver is on. The
symbol is displayed onpower saver mode
instead of the time when an
event (message, file in reception
box, unanswered call,...) has occurred on your mobile. This symbol is displayed until you have
read all the new events.
Pressing any key allows return to
an active screen.
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Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the m21i dual
band mobile telephone. The mobile telephone described in this guide is approved
for use on all GSM 900/1800 networks.
Some of the messages displayed on your
mobile may be different according to your
subscription type and/or service provider.
As with all types of radio transceivers this
mobile telephone emits electromagnetic
waves and complies with international regulations when it is used under normal conditions and in accordance with the safety
and warning messages given below.
SAR
THIS m21i PHONE MEETS THE EU REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES.
Before a mobile phone is available for sale
to the public, compliance with the European R&TTE directive (1999/5/CE) must be
shown. This directive includes as one essential requirement the protection of the
health and the safety for the user and any
other person.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter
and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the limits for exposure
to radiofrequency (RF) energy recommended by The Council of the European Union1.
These limits are part of comprehensive
guidelines and establish permitted levels of
RF energy for the general population. The
guidelines were developed by independent
scientific organisations through periodic
and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The limits include a substantial safety
margin designed to assure the safety of all
persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones
(CENELEC standard EN 50360: 2000) employs a unit of measurement known as the
Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR
limit2 recommended by The Council of the
1. European recommendation 1999/519/CE
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European Union is 2.0 W/kg. Tests for SAR
have been conducted using standard operating positions (with reference to CENELEC
standard EN 50361: 2000) with the phone
transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all tested frequency bands3. 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 base station
antenna, the lower the power output.
The highest SAR value for this m21i model when tested for compliance against
the standard was 1.280 W/kg. While
there may be differences between the
SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the EU requirements for RF exposure.
Additional information from the World
Health Organization (WHO)
Individuals: Present scientific information
does not indicate the need for any special
precautions for use of mobile phones. If individuals are concerned, they might
choose to limit their own or their children’s’ RF exposure by limiting the length
of calls, or using "hands-free" devices to
keep mobile phones away from the head
and body.
RF absorbing devices: Scientific evidence
does not indicate any need for RF-absorbing covers or other "absorbing devices" on
mobile phones. They cannot be justified on
health grounds and the effectiveness of
2. The SAR limit for mobile phones used by
the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of tissue. The limit
incorporates a substantial margin of safety
to give additional protection for the public
and to account for any variations in measurements.
3. The maximum level of GSM emitted power
is 250mW at 900 MHz and 125 mW at
1800 MHz according to the GSM standard.
There are a number of independent sources of information available to users including:
Royal Society of Canada: www.rsc.ca
The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP):
www.icnirp.de
The US Food and Drug Administration:
www.fda.gov/cellphones/
The
World
Health
Organization:
www.who.int/emf
Melco Mobile Communications Europe
S.A. belongs to the MMF, an international
association of radio equipment manufacturers.
The MMF produces information such as
this in accordance with its purpose of developing and presenting industry positions
to independent research organisations,
government and other research bodies.
Mobile Manufacturers Forum
Diamant Building, 80 Blvd. A. Reyers
B-1030 Brussels Belgium
www.mmfai.org
Declaration of conformity
Hereby, Melco Mobile Communications
Europe S.A., declares that this MT-660 is
in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
You can find a copy of the full Declaration
of Conformity on our website :
http://www.mitsubishi-telecom.com
General safety
It is important to follow any special regulations regarding the use of radio equipment, due to the possibility of radio
frequency interference.
Please follow the safety advice given below.
Switch off phone and remove the
battery when in an aircraft. The use
of mobile telephones in an aircraft
may endanger the operation of the
aircraft, disrupt the cellular mobile
phone network and is illegal.
Switch off phone when at any refuelling point or near inflammable
material.
Switch off phone in hospitals and
any other place where medical
equipment may be in use.
Respect restrictions on the use of
radio equipment in fuel depots,
chemical plants or where blasting
operations are in progress.
There may be a hazard associated
with the operation of phones close
to inadequately protected personal
medical devices such as hearing
aids and pacemakers. Consult your
doctor or the manufacturers of the
medical device to determine if it is
adequately protected.
Operation of phone close to other
electronic equipment may also
cause interference if the equipment is inadequately protected.
Observe any warning signs and
manufacturers recommendations.
Vehicle safety
Respect national regulations on the use of
mobile telephones in vehicles.
Road safety always comes first! Always
give your full attention to driving.
• Do not use a hand-held phone while
driving. If you do not have a 'hands
free' car kit, stop and park your vehicle safely before using your phone.
Please ensure you are fully aware of
the laws in your country in relation to
the use of hand-held mobile devices
whilst driving.
• If incorrectly installed in a vehicle the
operation of mobile telephones can
interfere with the correct operation of
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Introduction
many such devices in reducing RF exposure
is unproven.
Source: WHO Fact Sheet 193, June 2000.
WHO: www.who.int/peh-emf.
the vehicle electronics, such as ABS
anti-lock brakes or air bags. To avoid
such problems ensure that only qualified personnel carry out the installation.
• Do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it could break
loose during sudden breaking or a
collision. Always use the holder.
•
•
•
Emergency calls
You can make emergency calls by dialling
the European standard emergency number
112 even if there is no SIM card in your
phone. Emergency calls can even be made
if the phone is PIN or electronically locked
or call barred. In some countries local
emergency numbers can still be used for
emergency purposes but the phone may
have to contain a valid SIM card.
When making an emergency call remember to give all the necessary information as accurately as possible. The
phone may be the only means of communication at the scene of an emergency therefore do not cut off the call until
told to do so.
Mobile phones rely on wireless and landline networks which cannot be guaranteed in all conditions. Therefore you should never rely solely on
wireless phones for essential emergency communications.
Care and maintenance
This mobile telephone is the product of advanced engineering, design and craftsmanship and should be treated with care.
The suggestions below can help you to enjoy this product for many years.
• Do not expose the phone to any
extreme environment where the temperature or humidity is high.
• Do not expose or store your mobile in
cold temperatures. When the phone
warms up after switch on, to its normal temperature, moisture can form
inside which can damage the electrical parts.
• Do not attempt to disassemble the
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•
•
•
•
phone. There are no user serviceable
parts inside.
Do not expose the phone to water,
rain or spilt beverages. It is not waterproof.
Do not abuse this phone by dropping, knocking or violent shaking.
Rough handling can damage it.
Do not clean the phone with strong
chemicals or solvents. Wipe it only
with a soft, slightly dampened cloth.
Do not place the telephone alongside
computer discs, credit or travel cards
or other magnetic media. The information contained on discs or cards
may be affected by the phone.
Do not connect incompatible products. The use of third party equipment
or accessories, not made or authorised
by Mitsubishi Electric, invalidates the
warranty of your phone and can be a
safety risk.
Do not remove the labels. The numbers on it are important for aftersale
service and other related purposes.
Do contact an authorised service centre in case of problem.
AC/DC adaptor charger
This mobile phone was designed to be
used only with the supplied AC/DC charger.
Use of any other charger or adaptor invalidates any approval given to this apparatus
and may be dangerous.
Battery use
You can charge a battery hundreds of
times but gradually it wears out. When
the operating time (stand-by and talk
time) is noticeably shorter than normal it
is time to buy a new battery.
• Do not leave batteries connected to
a charger longer than necessary.
Overcharging shortens battery life.
• Disconnect battery chargers from
the power source when not in use.
• Do not expose batteries to high
temperatures or humidity.
• Do not dispose of the batteries in
Battery disposal
In compliance with European environmental protection directives, used
batteries must be returned to the
place of sale, where they are collected
free of charge.
Don't throw away your batteries in
your household waste.
Your responsibility
This GSM mobile telephone is your responsibility. Please handle it with care
and in respect of local regulations.
Please keep it in a safe place at all times
and out of reach of children.
Become familiar with and use the security features to block unauthorised use if
your phone and/or SIM card are lost or
stolen. Call your service provider immediately to prevent illegal use.
When not in use, turn off the phone and
remove the battery.
Security codes
The phone and SIM card are delivered to
you pre-programmed with codes that
protect the phone and SIM card against
unauthorised use. A short description of
each follows. See Security features,
page 55 to change your PIN and phonelock codes.
PIN and PIN2 codes (4-8 digits)
All SIM cards have a PIN (Personal
Identity Number). It protects the
card against unauthorised use.
Entering the wrong PIN code three
times disables the SIM card and the
message SIM Blocked is then dis-
played.
Enter PUK: appears.
PUK and PUK2 codes (8 digits).
Please ask your service provider for
your PUK code. Use it to unblock a
disabled SIM card (see page Security features, page 55).
The PUK2 code is required to unblock the PIN2 code (see above).
Call barring password (4 digits)
This password is used to bar various types of calls, made or received, from the phone (see Call
barring password, page 55).
Phonelock code (4 digits)
This code is set to all zeros on delivery. You can change it. Once
changed it cannot be identified by
the manufacturer over the phone.
Please refer to page Phone lock
code, page 55 for more details.
i-mode lock
The default i-mode lock code is
0000.
It allows you to forbid any unwilled use of the i-mode feature
(see i-mode lock, page 37).
We advise you remember these codes
and make yourself familiar with their
purpose and operation.
Disposing of waste packaging
The packaging used for this phone is
made of recyclable materials and as such
should be disposed of in accordance with
your national legislation on the protection of the environment.
Please take care to separate the cardboard and plastic elements and to dispose of them in the correct manner.
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Introduction
fire. They can explode.
• Avoid putting the batteries into
contact with metal objects which
can short circuit the battery terminals (e.g. keys, paper clips, coins,
etc.).
• Do not drop or subject the batteries
to strong physical shocks.
• Do not try to disassemble any of the
battery packs.
• Use only the recommended battery
chargers (see above).
• If the battery terminals become
soiled, clean them with a soft cloth.
• Batteries may warm up during
charging.
Using this guide
Please carefully read this user guide. It
contains information about your phone
and the way that it operates on the network. Some of the features described in
this user guide are network dependent.
Do not forget to check with your service
provider which of these you can use. You
may need to take additional subscriptions to activate some features.
Key Actions
To help you quickly get familiar with your
mobile, here is how to use the keypad
and the related symbols.
OK key (to validate OK on the display
and get to the animated Icons menu:
see pictures underneath) .
left softkey (to validate the item above:
usually an action).
right softkey (to validate the action
above: usually Exit).
right arrow on cursor key.
left arrow on cursor key.
up arrow on cursor key.
down arrow on cursor key.
SEND/CALL key.
END/PHONE ON or OFF key.
Press
. Select one of the menu
items (e.g.: Settings).
From the standby display press the
key to access the menu list, scroll up
or down
to the requested menu
item and select OK
to access the
sub-menu.
Function
To show the softkey plus the linked action.
E.g. 'Select Read
'.
means Read is displayed (left). Press the
key underneath to read the message, the
names list, etc.
Select (item from a list)
and
on the cursor key
Use
,
,
to scroll to the required menu item and
validate by selecting OK
.
E.g. Select Phone Book: scroll to the
Phone Book menu item and press the
OK key
to validate your selection.
Using the Dynamic scroll panels
When scrolling the menu and getting to
settings, the following scroll panel type
allows to have a clear view of the information to be entered.
Icons menu
1
4 The availability of the Calendar or Network services
2
menu depends on your SIM card.
User guide notation
Here is how to follow the instructions of
this user guide and use your mobile.
Select OK
Press on the
key to select OK (middle
of the display).
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3
The list of the elements to be
entered is displayed. Scroll
down
to the field(s) you
want to fill in and select
OK
.
Type the requested information and select OK
to validate.
Fill in as many fields as necessary and select Save
to
store all the entered information.
4 The arrow keys displayed at the bottom of the screen
show the scrolling possibilities.
Up to eight character lines plus one icons
line can be displayed on your mobile
screen.
The icons show the phone state and operational conditions when in use.
The following icons may be displayed:
SIM memory in use
Phone memory in use: refers to
information from the phonebook
cards.
GPRS service icon. It indicates
data packet services are available.
connection icon. Is
displayed when a GPRS connection
is in progress.
Roaming. Is displayed when the
phone is connected to a network
different from its home network.
Call
diverting.
Indicates
whether incoming calls are
permanently being diverted. Call
diverting is network dependent.
Alarm clock.
Vibrator alert.
Keypad lock.
Line 2 . Indicates the second line is
in use (subscription dependent).
Silent mode on.
Mute.
Infrared port. Indicates the
infrared port is active. i.e. data can
be received via the infrared port.
GPRS
Short
message
service
(SMS). Is displayed when one or
many short messages were received
and are not yet read.
flashes
when the SMS message box is full
and no new message can be stored.
SMS availability is network
dependent.
Voice mail. Is displayed when a
voice mail message has been
received and stored by the networks
voice mail centre. Voice mail
availability is network dependent.
Outgoing Call.
Incoming Call.
Withheld
number.
Is
displayed when the caller does
not allow showing his identity.
Unanswered call . Is displayed
when an incoming call was
unanswered.
Battery level indicator. Is
permanently displayed to show the
current battery charge level. Five
levels are shown: from full (5 bars)
to low
(one bar).
All the icon is empty when the
mobile needs recharging.
Signal strength level. There
are five strength levels. They show
the strength of the received signal.
The more bars the stronger the
signal. If the network cannot be
reached no strength level is
displayed.
Tegic edition mode.
Multitap edition mode.
New event. Is displayed on
power saver mode to indicate a
new event has occurred.
WAP™ 'live' connection.
WAP™ 'live' connection in
security mode.
WAP™ connection with GPRS.
WAP™ connection with GPRS
in security mode.
Reception box icon, indicates new
received file(s) in reception box.
Push Messages icon, indicates the
reception of new push messages.
Arrow keys. These icons are
displayed during menu operation
to indicate more items in the menu
can be reached by pressing
,
,
or
.
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Using this guide
Understanding the Graphic Display Indicators (Icons)
Calls & Times
Access the Calls & Times menu to check
the details of individual incoming and
outgoing calls, the duration of the latest
call or the total call time for all sent and
received calls.
Calls log
This feature stores details (identity, time
and date and call duration) on the latest
10 numbers dialled, the latest 10 unanswered calls and the latest 10 received
calls. The calls log are common to Line 1
and Line 2.
. Select Calls &
1 Press
Times.
.
2 Select Calls log
3 Select Last dial, Unan-
swered calls or Received
calls
.
4 Use
or
to scroll through
the calls list.
The latest dialled or received number is displayed first. For unanswered and received
calls the caller’s name is displayed if it is
registered in one of the phonebooks (if not
the phone number is displayed). If your
subscription does not bear Caller Line
Identification (CLI) or if the caller has with
held their number Unknown number is
displayed.
Press
to call the selected number.
Press Options
to get to the following
menu:
Item
Send
SMS
To call the selected
number.
To send an SMS message
to the selected phone
number.
Use
or
to select the required option and follow the displayed instructions.
4 Press the
key from the standby display to get
direct access to the 10 last dialled numbers.
Call timers
The Call timers stores time information
on all voice, Internet, Modem and GPRS
calls for Line 1 and Line 2.
The Details
sub-menu stores time information on calls made and received via
the home network and while roaming
(national and international networks).
. Select Calls &
1 Press
Times.
.
2 Select Call timers
.
3 Select Show
4 If the call timers were reset
(see Call timer - reset,
page 15) the date of the latest counter reset is displayed.
Use
or
to view all the
timer information.
The call type and the accumulated times of
outgoing and incoming calls are displayed.
Action
To store the number into
Store
a phonebook.
To delete the entry.
Delete
Delete all To delete all the entries.
To edit the displayed
Edit
number.
To view the name,
number, time and date
Details
and call duration of the
selected number.
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Call
Selecting Details
displays information on calls made on your home network, on National roaming and on
International roaming.
4 If Line 2 is active too 'All Calls' for Line 1 and Line 2
are displayed separately.
Call timer - reset
This service may be supplied by
your service provider. It allows to
get the remaining airtime balance on your phone line.
Please contact your service provider for more information. If
your subscription allows access
to this information:
. Select Calls &
1 Press
Times.
.
2 Select Call timers
3 Select Balance
information
.
4 Select Call or Set number
.
Reminder - Call duration
You can set a duration reminder
to regularly beep to remind you
of the time spent on your call.
The occurence can be any multiple of 1 minute (up to 59 mins).
1 Press
. Select Calls &
Times.
.
2 Select Call timers
Call timer.
5 Type the call timer interval
(e.g.: 2 = a beep is played
every 2 minutes while in conversation).
6 Press OK
to validate the
entry.
2
3
4
5
Select Call timers
Select Reset
Select Yes
.
.
.
Enter the phone lock code
and press OK
.
Call costs - management
When selecting Call, if the balance information number
is already stored, a call is sent to
the balance information centre.
If no number is stored select Set
number and type it in. Press
OK
to store the number,
then select Call to call the information centre number.
.
3 Select Reminder
to activate the
4 Select On
This feature allows to reset the
call timers. The 4 digit lock code
is needed to reset the call timers
(default lock code: '0000').
1 Press
. Select Calls &
Times.
Some service providers offer an
Advice of Charge (AoC) subscription service allowing to get the
last call cost, the total calls cost
and the remaining balance on
your account (after you have set
a 'credit limit' ).
To display these you first have
to set a currency value and to enter an average cost per unit (only
calls units are displayed if the
cost information is not stored).
To set a currency value per unit:
. Select Calls &
1 Press
Times.
.
2 Select Call costs
.
3 Select Display cost type
. The cur4 Select Currency
rent currency unit value is displayed.
. Enter your
5 Select Modify
PIN 2 code and press OK
.
6 Enter the currency name (up
to 3 letters). Press OK
to
validate.
7 Enter the unit cost (e.g.: 0.15
Euro per minute).
Press OK
to validate.
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Calls & Times
Balance information
(subscription dependent)
To set call cost type to units:
. Select Calls &
1 Press
Times.
.
2 Select Call costs
3 Select Display cost type
.
4 Select Units
4 The remaining credit is shown in either units or currency as set by Cost Type menu above.
.
4 When the cost type is set to units the credit limit and
the remaining credit are shown in units.
Setting the credit limit
(subscription dependent)
You may also be able to set a
credit limit to your calls. When
the credit limit is reached no
more chargeable outgoing or incoming call is allowed. You can
however still make emergency
calls.
The PIN2 code is needed to set
the credit limit.
. Select Calls &
1 Press
Times.
.
2 Select Call costs
3 Select Credit limit
. The
display shows the current set
credit limit.
. Enter your PIN
4 Select Edit
2 code and press OK
.
5 Enter the credit limit (use
to type a decimal point for
currencies). Press OK
to
validate.
4 When a credit limit is set the selection from the 'Credit
limit' display is Edit or Set no limit.
Show costs
. Select Calls &
Times.
.
2 Select Call costs
.
3 Select Show
1 Press
4 Use
or
to display the
Last Call and All Calls
or show the Remaining
credits.
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Call costs - resetting all costs
to zero
To reset all call costs to zero:
. Select Calls &
Times.
1 Press
2 Select Call costs
.
3 Select Reset
.
4 Select Yes
.
Enter the PIN 2 number and
press OK
.
Alternate line service - selecting
line 2 (subscription dependent)
Some operators support the use
of a second line. You may then
have two mobile phone numbers (e.g. a business line plus a
personal line). To use them you
need to select the line to be
used.
. Select Calls &
1 Press
Times.
2 Select Line selection.
The current line selection is
displayed.
3 Use
or
to scroll to the
required line. Press OK
to
validate.
4 1. The Line selection sub-menu may not be available
on your mobile. Please contact your service provider to
get further details on this service.
2. Line 1 and Line 2 can be named (Office and Home
for instance). Refer to My number menu (see My
number(s) display, page 21). Whichever line is selected to send calls, incoming calls can still be received
on either line.
Data can be stored in the phone and in
the SIM card memories (=phonebook).
The phone memory can store up to 255
'extended' cards (called 'phonebook
cards'). These cards allow to store several
types of information: family name, first
name, home phone number, cellular
phone number, Mail address, address,
company information, voice dialling,
group and a related icon or picture. The
SIM card memory capacity may vary according to your operator or service provider. The SIM memory allows to store
one name, one phone number and one
voice tag per card.
Both the SIM and the phone memories
are searched through when reading the
available phonebook data.
• Via the menu:
1
2
3
4
4
Press
. Select Phone Book.
Select Add name
.
Select Phone names
.
Enter the card requested data
and select Save
to store
the information.
The Groups field allows to identify the caller’s type
according to entries you have previously set (see Creating a group of cards page 20).
The icons list allows to store your
card with a symbol or an image
that is then displayed together
with the caller’s name on incoming or outgoing calls
(choose one of the images and
press ok).
4 press
to directly get to the phonebook from the
stand by display.
Storing names and
telephone numbers
Names and numbers can be stored directly in the phonebook or copied from
different sources such as SMS messages,
last dialled number list, etc.
There are several ways to store numbers
into the phonebooks:
The
icon leads to the Pictures
list. You can thus choose one of
the registered images and link it
with your phone card.
Phone names card
• From the standby display:
1 Enter the number. Select
Store
.
.
2 Select Phone names
3 The Home, Work, Cellular
or Fax list is displayed, thus
allowing to choose the
number type
.
4 Enter the card requested data
and select Save to store the
information.
4 1. You cannot choose an animated .gif or a .wbmp
image to be linked with your phone name card.
2. You can link 20 images at the minimum
with your phonebook cards. If the images folder is full
(images too big) an error message is displayed.
3. The images remain attached to the phonebook
cards even if you have deleted them from the Pictures
folder memory. You can modify or delete them one
after another via the phonebook cards (see Editing a
Phonebook or a SIM name card page 18).
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Phone Book
Phone Book
4. When sending a phonebook card via the infrared
port, the image is automatically sent unless the file is
protected.
5. The Image failure icon is displayed on incoming or
outgoing calls if a problem related to the image was
detected by the mobile.
4 1. While entering a number selecting Clear once deletes the last character. Holding the Clear key deletes
the whole number.
2. The *, +, P (pause), # and _ characters can be
stored as part of numbers.
3. You can use _ (wild card spaces) to store numbers.
When calling a number bearing wild card spaces
select the number from the phonebook, press Ok and
type the number corresponding to the wild card spaces
(=missing figures).
4. If the SIM card or phone memory are full a warning
message is displayed on phonebook selection.
SIM names card
• From the standby display:
1 Enter the number. Select
Store
.
.
2 Select SIM names
3 Fill in the available fields and
select OK
to validate your
entries.
to store the
4 Select Save
card information.
1
2
3
4
5
6
• Via the menu:
Press
. Select Phone Book.
Select Add name
.
Select SIM names
.
Enter the name and select
OK
.
Enter (or confirm) the number
and select OK
.
Select Save
to store the
card.
Storing a received number
Numbers stored in the last dialled, received, unanswered call
information and SMS message
locations can also be stored into
the phonebook:
1 With a received call, unanswered call or SMS message select
Options
.
2 For a SMS message scroll down
if the
and select Numbers
number is contained in an
SMS. The message number(s)
is/are displayed. Choose one if
several numbers are available.
2’ For received and unanswered
calls select Store
then follow the above mentioned procedure to create a phone
name or a SIM name card.
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Editing a Phonebook or a
SIM name card
From the standby display:
1 Press
to get to the phonebook.
2 Scroll down to the card you
want to reach and select
OK
.
3 Scroll down to the field(s) you
want to modify and amend it/
them. Select Valid. or
Save
to store the
changes.
Via the menu:
. Select Phone
Book.
Select Read
.
Select one of the stored cards.
Select Options
.
Select View
.
Scroll down to the field(s) you
want to modify and amend it/
them. Select Save
to
store the changes.
1 Press
2
3
4
5
6
You can create a voice dialling
pattern on phonebook cards
(see Voice dialling page 22). This
voice dialling pattern can only
be recorded in edition mode.
1 Press
to get to the phonebook.
2 Scroll down to the card you
want to reach and select
OK
or select Options
then select View
.
3 Scroll down to the Voice
dialling field and select
OK
. Select New
to
record the voice pattern or
Record
if a voice pattern
is already recorded and you
want to change it.
Repeat the name until it is
stored (minimum = twice).
Pronounce it as clearly as possible and in a quiet environment.
When the voice patterns
match, Stored is displayed.
4 You may have to select the number the voice dialling
pattern has to be attached if several numbers are stored on the card. Select Home, Work or Cellular if you
have registered several numbers on a phone book
card.
Free space in the
phonebook
To view the phonebook remaining capacity:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
to
2 Select Storage used
get to the Phone names Storage used; press
to get to
the SIM card Storage used.
4 If available the free memories in the FDN list are also
displayed. Please see Fixed dialling numbers (FDN)
page 21 for more information on FDN numbers.
Viewing and calling
phonebook numbers
There are two ways of viewing and calling
entries stored in the phonebook:
• Directly from the standby display:
1 Press
to display the phonebook list.
2 To access the required name :
- either scroll up or down
using the
and
keys
- or press a numeric key to
access the different letters
associated to the key. E.g:
press
twice to reach the
names starting with letter 'B'.
3 Press
.
• Via the menu:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
to display the
2 Select Read
phonebook list, then scroll
to the required name or
press a numeric key to access
the different letters associated to the key. E.g: press
twice to reach the names
starting with letter 'B'.
3 Press .
The list of phonebook entries is displayed
in alphabetical order and is stored either
in the SIM or in the phone memory.
4 Selecting Options displays the following menu choice:
View, Call, Delete, Copy, Move, Display group (to
select All names, the Phone names only, the SIM
names only or the groups members), Send by IrDA,
Send SMS to, Send by SMS.
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Phone Book
Recording a Voice dialling
pattern:
Creating a group of cards
Groups of cards can be defined for the
phonebook. This feature allows to gather
the cards that belong to a selected group
and to play a determined melody on an
incoming call from one of the group
members.
To create a group:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
2 Select Groups.
3 Choose any blank template
[...] and select OK
. The
following items are displayed:
Item
Group
name
Function
To type and store a group
name.
Melody To select a melody to be
used as a ringtone on group
member calls.
4 Enter or select the requested
data. Press OK
to validate.
to store the
defined settings.
5 Press Save
Groups characteristics can be modified
or deleted (when in the Groups menu, select OK to amend the settings or select
Delete to erase the group).
2 Scroll down
to Groups
and select OK .
3 Select one of the displayed
groups from the list.
to store your
4 Select Save
settings.
4 Groups can only be set for the Phone names cards (not
for the SIM names cards).
My Card
My Card is a specific storage location
where you can enter personal data. You
can easily access My card and send its
contents to another device via the infrared port or SMS.
My Card contents is identical to the
phone cards contents except for the
Groups and Voice dialling fields.
To enter My Card data set:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
.
2 Select My Card
and enter the
3 Select Edit
requested information just as
in any phone book card (validate each entry by selecting
OK
).
to store your
4 Select Save
card.
To modify a group:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
.
2 Select Groups
3 Choose the group to be modi-
fied and select OK
then
select the group name and/or
the melody. Select the new
parameters (name/melody).
to store your
4 Select Save
settings.
To select a group when storing a
number:
1 Go over the Phone names storage procedure (see Storing
names and telephone numbers
page 17) and fill in the Phone
names card.
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To send My Card by IrDA:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
.
2 Select My Card
. The
3 Select Send by IrDA
infrared port automatically
opens and sends the card.
1
2
3
4
To send My Card by SMS
Press
. Select Phone Book.
Select My Card
.
Select Send by SMS
.
Enter the mobile number to
send the card to or choose it
from the Names list and
select OK .
The phone can display your main line (Line
1) mobile number, the mobile number for
Line 2 (Alternate Line Service) and your
data and fax numbers (these are SIM card
dependent). These numbers may be stored
in the SIM card. You can also manually enter them.
To view, name and edit your
own number(s),
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
2 Select My numbers. The
mobile number for Line 1 is
displayed if it is stored in the
SIM card. If not, select Edit
and type your number
and your name in (select OK
to save the entered information).
to view or
3 Scroll down
enter Line 2 and your fax
numbers.
4 Line 2, data and Fax numbers can only be reached if
your SIM card bears such subscriptions.
Fixed dialling numbers
(FDN)
Fixed dialling is a feature that restricts outgoing calls to 'fixed' numbers or 'prefixes' contained in SIM cards that support this feature.
When the FDN feature is activated, dialling
numbers, diverting calls and sending SMS to
numbers not registered in the FDN list is forbidden. The number of FDN entries to be
stored depends on the SIM card capacity. Activating the FDN feature or registering numbers into the FDN list is PIN 2 protected
(contact your service provider to get the PIN
2 number).
The following menu (Fixed dialling) and
operations are only available on your mobile if your SIM card allows fixed dialling.
1
2
3
4
To activate or deactivate FDN
operation:
Press
. Select Phone Book.
Select Fixed dialling. Select
Status
.
Select On or Off. Enter the
PIN2 number.
Select OK
to validate.
4 The Fixed dialling sub-menu may not be available on
your mobile. Please contact your service provider for
further details.
To view the numbers stored in
the FDN list:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
.
2 Select Fixed Dialling
and use
or
3 Select View
to view the FDN list entries. Pressing Options
allows to view,
call, delete, copy or move numbers to the phone or SIM card
memory, but also send these
numbers by IrDA or by SMS.
To enter, edit or delete numbers
from the FDN list:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
.
2 Select Fixed dialling
. Enter
3 Select Add new
PIN2 if necessary. It is now
possible to add, edit, delete,
copy, move numbers and
send them by IrDA or by SMS.
4 Wild card spaces can be used with the numbers stored
in the FDN list. E.g. number +441707 278_ _ 9
allows calls to all numbers from 278009 to 278999
to be dialled. The number can be edited and dialled
from the standby display.
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Phone Book
My number(s) display
Voice dialling
You can make a call by using your voice.
To create a voice pattern:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
.
2 Select Voice dialling
. All name
3 Select New entry
entries are displayed.
or
to choose the card
.
you want to use and press OK
If several phone numbers are
registered on a card (e.g. Home,
Work or Cellular) choose one
by pressing OK
.
5 You are then prompted to pronounce the name twice (pronounce it as clearly as possible).
Stored is displayed when both
voice patterns match.
4 If the voice patterns do not match, Failed is displayed.
Go over the whole voice registration procedure again.
4 Use
To view the voice dialling numbers list:
1
2
3
4
Press
. Select Phone Book.
Select Voice dialling
.
Select List
.
Use
or
to view the
requested entry.
Press Options
to play the
voice pattern select Play back
, to remove voice tag from
the voice dialling list select
Erase or to create a new voice
pattern select Record.
To remove all phone numbers
from the voice dialling list:
. Select Phone Book.
1 Press
.
2 Select Voice dialling
.
3 Select Delete all
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To call a phone number using a
voice pattern:
1 From the stand by display
press and hold .
2 Pronounce the name as clearly
as possible.
3 The dialled number and an
animated icon
are then
displayed and the call proceeds as normal.
The Short Message Service (SMS) enables
to send or receive text messages to or
from other mobile phones. You can
store, edit and forward messages as well
as save any of the numbers they may
contain.
These SMS are stored on the phone
memory; they may also be stored in the
SIM card if they are sent by a service provider.
Reading a received SMS
message
When the phone receives an SMS message a new SMS alert tone sounds and
is displayed. The message is automatically stored in the phone or in the SIM
card. If
flashes, it indicates the SIM or
the phone memory are full and cannot
store any other messages. Delete messages to allow new messages to be delivered.
Press Read
to read new
messages (from the stand by
display only).
Reading stored SMS
messages
. Select Messages.
1 Press
, or
2 Select reception box
SIM folders
then
Received messages, to display the message list. Use the
arrow keys to scroll up
and
down
and reach the message you want to read.
or Options
/
3 Select OK
View
to read the message text.
Managing received and
stored SMS messages
After reading the SMS messages from the
Reception box or the SIM card press
Options
to get to: View, Reply, Reply (+text) - to add the original text,
Delete, Delete all, Forward, (Move to
SIM if in the Reception box), Numbers
(to store or call the number(s) contained
in the SMS header or text) and Details.
Moving messages to SIM
It is possible to move a message from the
Reception box or the Outbox to the SIM
memory. However, according to the message size, the message may be truncated
(the 160 first characters only are moved
to the SIM memory). The sending date
(for sent messages) and the 'Copy to' addressees are lost when moving the message to the SIM memory.
To move a message to the SIM memory:
. Select Messages.
1 Press
Select Reception box or
2
Outbox
.
3 Choose the message to be
moved (
and ) and select
Options
.
4 Select Move to SIM
.
Activating or deactivating
the message alert tone
Each time a message is received a new
SMS alert tone sounds. To activate or deactivate this tone:
. Select Messages.
1 Press
.
2 Select Settings
.
3 Select Reception Alert
Select On or Off
.
Unread messages are shown by
and
the text is bold. Messages that were already read are shown by
.
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Messages
Messages
Preparing the phone to
send SMS messages
Before sending your first SMS, the network SMS centre number (obtainable
from your service provider) has to be
stored:
. Select Messages.
1 Press
.
2 Select Settings
.
3 Select Sending profiles
4 Type the message center
number or select a template
(if several available) then
enter the requested information (operator dependent).
to validate.
5 Select Save
4 You may not be allowed to change your sending profile (format and validity period). Please contact your
service provider for further details.
The SMS centre number may already be
available in your SIM card and may then
be automatically displayed.
If you want to choose a Sending profile
for your message:
. Select Messages.
1 Press
2 Select Settings .
3 Select Sending profiles
and choose the profile you
want to use (if already stored)
or choose one of the empty
profiles ([...])
.
4 Fill in the following fields:
Fields
Description
Name
To type the profile
name.
MesTo type the centre
sage
number.
centre
To set the message
Format format: text, voice,
fax or paging.
Time the message
Validity remains at the
period message centre until
delivered.
5 Select Save
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Default
Profile1
Defined
by operator
Text
Maximum
to validate.
Entering text
Some features and functions (storing
names in memory or sending SMS text
messages, Tools, Settings,...) require you
to know how to enter and edit text in the
display.
In the display this is indicated by
in
lower case mode, by
in upper case
mode and by
in numeric mode.
Text, figures and alphabet characters can
then be entered or edited directly from
the keypad. Press
to switch from one
mode to another.
There are two methods to type text characters and numbers. The Multitap or
Multipress key method and the quicker
intuitive method, called T9 text input.
Press
to swap between the T9 and
the Multitap methods. When on T9
mode,
is displayed on the upper part
of the display to show T9 is the current
mode.
is displayed on the lower part
of the screen to indicate the Multitap text
method can be reached by pressing
.
When on Multitap mode,
is displayed
on the upper part of the display to show
Multitap is the current mode.
is displayed on the lower part of the screen to
indicate the T9 method can be reached
by pressing
.
The Multitap/Multipress
method
A brief press on a key displays the
first character associated with the
key and shows the other available
characters at the top of the display. Here is the list of the available characters (the available
characters list is language dependent):
Key
Character
Lower case / Upper case
1., -'@:?
abc2ABC2
def3DEF3
Character
ghi4GHI4
j k l 5 JK L 5
mno6MNO6
pqrs7PQRS7
tuv8TUV8
wxyz9WXYZ9
0
Short press : to switch
mode from lower case
(T9 or multitap) to upper case or numeric
mode.
Long press : to switch
from lower case to upper case. The first letter
typed only is upper
case, the following
ones are lower case
(e.g.: write a surname).
Short press: to enter a
space.
Long press gives access
to special characters.
Short press moves the
cursor through the text
one place to the left or
to the right. Long press
moves the cursor to the
text beginning or end.
Swap between Multitap/
Multipress method and
T9 text input
To enter text press the key bearing the required character until
it appears in the display. Holding
the key displays the number corresponding to the key. If you
need to use two characters from
the same key wait for a few seconds after typing the first character (until the key characters on
the upper part of the screen are
cleared) or press
before
pressing the key again.
Correct mistakes by a short press
on Clear
.
Holding this key deletes all the
text.
Use
or
to move the cursor
in the text. Holding
allows access to 25 special characters:
4 The ↵ symbol allows to go to the following line.
To select and insert a character
into the text:
1 Move the cursor to the
required character (using the
,
,
and
keys).
2 Select OK
.
Example:
To type Card,
• Press
and select Messages.
• Select Write new.
• Fill in the To field (see Sending a new SMS message,
page 26).
• In the Text field press
until
is displayed. Press
briefly three times, C is displayed.
• Wait for the
key available
characters (upper part of the
display) to disappear, then
hold
until
is displayed.
Press
once, a is displayed.
• Press
three times, r is displayed.
• Press
once, d is displayed.
The word Card is now dispplayed.
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Messages
Key
T9 ( ) text entry
1
2
3
4
A press on
allows swapping
between T9 text entry and the
Multitap method.
To enter text with T9:
Press the key bearing the
required letter once only (the
requested character may not
be displayed first).
The active word changes as
you type. Type all the word
characters up to the end of the
word.
If the right word is not displayed when all the characters
are entered press
until you
get the required word.
If the requested word does not
belong to the displayed ones,
press
to swap to the multitap method and type the correct letters in.
5 Use
or
to locate the cursor in the text to insert or
delete characters.
Tips and Operation
Key
Action
Shift - upper/lower
case
Clear or backspace
Clear
Space
Another matching
word
Smart punctuation
Swap between T9 and
Multitap method
Example
To enter card in the display:
• Press
and select Messages.
• Select Write new
.
• Select Text
.
• Press
• Press
26
,
appears.
, a appears.
• Press
, ca appears.
• Press
, car appears.
• Press
, case appears.
If the displayed word is not the
one you want, press
as many
times as necessary to view card.
Creating Text models
You can create a set of 10 messages to be
used as models. These texts can be of up
to 50 characters, which allows adding
text when you want to use them. These
templates are stored in the mobile memory.
To create text models,
. Select Messages.
1 Press
2 Select Text models
.
3 Choose any blank template
([...]) and press OK
.
4 Enter the template text and
press OK
.
Editing a text model
. Select Messages.
1 Press
2 Select Text models
.
3 Select the text model to be
modified and press OK
4 Edit the text and press OK
.
.
Sending a new SMS
message
You can send message texts (up to 918
characters). The standard size for an SMS
is 160 characters (your service provider
charges you according to the number of
SMS used to send your message). The
icon (1 = number of SMS used - it is updated while writing your message and
shows the number of SMS needed to
send your message) is displayed on the
screen left corner.
. Select Messages.
1 Press
2 Select Write new
.
. Select the To
3 Press OK
4
5
6
7
8
field
and choose one of
the displayed names or select
More...
if you want to
send your message to another
mobile number (directly type
the number in). Press OK
to validate.
In the Text field type the
message text (see Entering
text, page 24) or select one of
the models (Models
) and
press OK
.
If you want to send the message to several addressees,
enter one or several phone
numbers/names in the Copy
to
list (up to 4 more
addressees) and press OK
then Valid
to come back
to the previous screen.
Select Valid.
.
Select Send, Store & send or
Store
.
A warning message displays
the number of short messages needed to send the
message if it is more than
one. Select Continu.
if
you want to send the message or select Cancel
if
you do not want to send it or
if you want to amend your
message.
4 If you have registered an automatic signature the
number of characters used is automatically added to
the message length.
To send SMS from the stand by display:
1 Press
to get to the
phonebook.
2 Select Options
.
3 Scroll down
and select
Send Message to, then proceed as described above.
Signature
You can register a signature to be automatically added to your text messages.
The signature is not displayed when typing the message text but it is displayed
on message reception by the addressee.
The maximum size for the signature is 30
characters. If the message text to be sent
reaches 918 characters the signature
cannot be added. To register a signature:
Press
. Select Messages.
Select Settings
.
Select Signature
.
Press OK
to select Insert
in message. Select Yes
.
and type your
5 Select Text
signature text.
to store your
6 Select Save
signature.
1
2
3
4
Outbox and SIM folders
Emitted messages
The Outbox and SIM folders emitted
messages contain unsent draft messages
and stored sent messages (delivered or
undelivered). These messages can be selected from the outbox or SIM folders
menu and can be modified and resent as
new SMS messages.
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Messages
To send SMS from the Menu:
Storage consumption
To select one of these messages:
. Select Messages.
1 Press
or SIM
2 Select Outbox
archive
messages
then Emitted
and use
or
to scroll to the required
message. Messages either are
'transmitted' ( ) or 'to be
sent' ( ).
3 Press Options
to View,
Delete, Delete all, Status
(for sent messages only)
Send, Modify, , Move to
SIM (for outbox messages
only), Numbers (to store or
call the number(s) contained
in the SMS header or text) or
Details.
Status request
If a status is requested on a delivered
message the date and time of delivery
may be shown. If the status is requested
on a sent message a status request is sent
to the network (must be network supported). The network then answers by
sending a status report (SR) back to the
phone. Press OK
to acknowledge it.
To activate the status request:
Press
. Select Messages.
Select Settings
.
Select Message config.
Select Delivery report
and select On
.
.
2 Select Save
To read the sent message, delete or
re-send it when receiving the status:
1
2
3
4
. Send
1 Press Options
again , Clear, Associated
message or Delete message is displayed.
2 Select the required action
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.
The storage status for SMS messages can
be consulted.
To know the number of messages stored,
the total available space on the Phone
memory and on the SIM
card:
. Select Messages.
1 Press
. The
2 Select Storage used
Phone storage is displayed.
Scroll down to get to the SIM
storage.
3 Select Details for more information on the Phone and SIM
stored messages (use
and
keys to scroll to the
Reception box or Outbox
information.
Broadcast - cell broadcast
(CB) messages
These messages are broadcast by the networks to GSM users and may provide general information about local area dialling
codes, weather reports, traffic, news, etc.
Each type of message is numbered and enables to select the type of information to
be received.
Up to 5 different types of messages can
be programmed into the selection list.
16 standard message types are pre-programmed into the phone to be selected
from. New message types can be programmed into the selection list using the
3 digit cell broadcast type number. Contact your service provider for details on
the type of messages they may broadcast.
Before you activate the broadcast message
service you have to enter one message type
at least into the selection list.
Press
. Select Messages.
Select Settings
.
Select Broadcast
.
Select Message types
and choose one of the empty
types ([...]). Select OK
.
(or
5 Select Modify by list
Modify by code if the type
number is known).
6 Select the message type(s)
you wish to get
and select
Valid
.
to store your
7 Select Save
setting.
1
2
3
4
Activating / deactivating the
broadcast service
Press
. Select Messages.
Select Settings
.
Select Broadcast
.
Select Reception
and
choose On or Off
to store your
5 Select Save
setting.
1
2
3
4
Reading broadcast messages
Broadcast messages are displayed
while the phone is in standby and are
deleted while in conversation or operating the menu. A message can be
up to 93 characters and may be displayed on several pages.
Options on message display
Press Exit
to clear the CB message displayed. Press
to dial the
number contained in the message.
Press Options
lowing menu:
Option
to display the folAction
To delete the current
Delete
message
To delete all the received
Delete All
CB messages
To display all phone
numbers contained in
Numbers the message text and dial
or store them in the
phonebook if required.
BroadTo deactivate cell
cast Off broadcast.
Activating/Deactivating the
alert tone
An alert tone can be set to beep every time a new or updated broadcast
message is received.
1
2
3
4
Press
. Select Messages.
Select Settings
.
Select Broadcast
.
Select Reception alert
and choose On or Off
Broadcast language
All the broadcast messages can be
displayed in several languages.
To select a language:
1
2
3
4
Press
. Select Messages.
Select Settings
.
Select Broadcast
.
Select Language
and
choose one of the available
languages.
4 The availability of this feature is network dependent.
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Messages
Entering a message type in the
selection list
Images
& Melodies
This menu gathers and manages all the
images and melodies contained in the
mobile as well as all the files received via
the i-mode, the infrared port or SMS.
Pictures
The Pictures sub-menu allows to view
and set downloaded images as wallpapers, banners or welcome animation.
The banner, the wallpaper and the
welcome animation allow you to
configure and personalise your mobile screen (see Display, page 47).
welcome animation.Your mobile allows you to set one banner, one
wallpaper and one welcome animation from the downloaded and/or
stored images (to download and
store images, see the following sections).
You cannot send via the infrared port any of the images you have downloaded via the i-mode.
Pictures
The Pictures folder allows to display
the list of stored images. The screen
is divided into two parts: the image
names list and the selected image.
Wallpaper
Viewing an image
. Select Images &
1 Press
melodies.
.
2 Select Pictures
3 Scroll down the list of image
Banner
Welcome
animation
You can download images via the infrared port or the i-mode browser. It
is then possible to store them and/or
set them as a banner, wallpaper or
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names. The matching image is
displayed underneath. Pressing
or selecting Options
,
then View
puts the image
on full size. Press any key
except the cursor key or the
key to come back to the Pictures screen.
Cropping
The Pictures folder Options list bears
the following items:
Option
Description
To view the picture in full
View
size.
Set as
To set the image as a
wallpaper wallpaper on the standby
display.
Set as
To set the image as a
banner banner on the standby
display.
Set as
To set the image as a
welcome welcome animation at
mobile start.
To delete the current
Delete
image.
To delete all the Pictures
Delete all folder contents except
from the pre-set images.
To show the name and
Details
size of the current image.
To send the current
Send by
image via the infrared
IrDA
port.
1. The sending of an image may not be allowed if it is
exportation (copyright) protected (The ’File protected’
message is then displayed).
2. The predefined images cannot be deleted (the
’undeletable file’ message is displayed).
3. You cannot choose an animated .gif to be set as a
banner or as a wallpaper.
The image you want to set as a banner or a wallpaper may be too large
to be inserted into the available
space. Your phone then proposes a
cropped image
Setting an image as a banner, a
wallpaper or a welcome animation from the Pictures folder
1 Press
. Select Images & melodies.
.
2 Select Pictures
3 Use
or
to scroll through
the image names list and select
one. The matching images are
displayed underneath. Select
Options
.
4 Select Set as banner, Set as
wallpaper or Set as
welcome
.
This is also possible from the reception box.
It is then possible to move the image
left, right, up and down (cursor key).
The image you have cropped is then
displayed as such on the mobile (as
a banner or a wallpaper according to
your choice).
1 Select Set as wallpaper, Set
as banner or Set as
welcome
. If the image is
too big, the crop screen is displayed.
2 Use , ,
or
to move
the image up, down, left or
right.
. Stored is then
3 Select OK
displayed.
Receiving banners from web
sites or interactive voice servers
You can send banners to your mobile
via the i-mode or from interactive
voice servers and web sites (available from a pc) in order to set them as
banners. To allow the phone to receive images the handset has to be
switched on.
Please check with your service provider or contents
provider to get a list of the available web sites and
interactive voice servers.
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Images & Melodies
Options
Setting an image as a banner
(on recep1 Select Options
tion screen) when you have
received the image.
(or
2 Select Install
Discard
if you do not want
to install the current image).
The banner is then set on your
phone standby display.
1. If new events have occured on your mobile (new
message, new push message, unanswered call, voice
mailbox, inbox), your banner is replaced by the corresponding event icon(s). Your banner is displayed back
once you have managed all the events.
2.According to the selected Graphic theme (see Graphics themes, page 47) the banner may not be displayed.
3. If a banner is received and if you choose to set another image as a banner the received image is lost as
it is not stored in the reception box or in the Pictures
folder.
Downloading images via the
i-mode
Please refer to Quick access to imode basic features, page 44.
Downloading images via the
infrared port
1 Open the infrared port (see
Infrared port, page 62) and
make sure the infrared port of
the other appliance faces your
mobile infrared port so that
the image transfer is correctly
done.
(on the
2 Select Read
standby display) when the
Reception box shows you
have received a new event.
or
to scroll the
3 Use
Reception box if it bears several files and go to the desired
file.
.
4 Select Options
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1. If your reception box is full a warning message
shows, then the icon is displayed in the standby
display icons bar.
2. To choose and activate a banner or a wallpaper see
Pictures, page 30.
Options
Please see the Pictures options
page 38.
1. Error messages may be displayed when setting,
viewing or storing an image:
’File too big’: Please see Error messages, page 68.
’Decoding failure’: the image cannot be supported by
the phone.
2. The sending of images by IrDA may not be possible
if the image is exportation protected. The ’File protected!’ message is then displayed.
The Store option allows to save the
received image in the Pictures folder.
Melodies
The Melodies sub-menu gathers the
Downloaded melodies, the Composed
melodies and the Predefined melodies.
Downloaded melodies
You can download melodies from the
internet or from interactive voice servers.
To access the list of the downloaded
melodies:
. Select Images &
1 Press
melodies.
.
2 Select Melodies
.
3 Select Downloaded
4 Scroll up
or down
and
choose a melody. The melody
is played within 2 seconds.
The Options
menu allows
you to Delete the melody,
Set it as ringtone, Set it as
alarm or Set it as ringtone
L2 (if a Line 2 is available on
your subscription).
Melodies download
On top of the usual melodies download by SMS you can download melodies by browsing internet web sites.
To install a downloaded melody:
Select Install
.
If the memory space is sufficient, the melody is automatically stored in the downloaded
melodies directory. If there is no
space left you need to choose
one or several melody(ies) to be
replaced from the set of downloaded melodies (melodies
associated to a ring feature cannot be deleted).
Once stored, a message is displayed. The melody can be
played and selected via the tones
settings menu.
To discard a downloaded melody:
Select Discard
. The melody is erased and is therefore
lost for further installation.
Composed melodies
The Melody composer allows to create one’s own melodies and use
them as ring tones or alarm tones.
To create a melody:
. Select Images &
1 Press
melodies.
.
2 Select Melodies
3 Select Composed
melodies
.
4 Choose one of the available
empty lines [...] and press
OK
.
To compose a melody:
Letters (corresponding to music
notes) are displayed on the screen.
To select a note, press on the corresponding key on the keypad (regardless of the letters on the keypad).
e.g.:
• press key 1 to get the C
• press key 2 to get the D
• etc.
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Images & Melodies
This is done via the 'Digiplug' or the
Nokia™ Smart Messaging system for
Mitsubishi Electric phones. The principle is the following:
• Melodies are stored on a Web
Digiplug server.
• Select your Mitsubishi Electric
mobile type to access a choice of
melodies.
• Choose one or more melodies to
be downloaded to your phone.
• All chosen melodies are downloaded via SMS.
• Once the melody is received a
reception screen is displayed.
You can then install, play or discard the melody.
• To set a melody as a ringtone,
an alarm tone,... Please see
Tones, page 46.
Formats managed by the phone are
.mid, .mld, .dgp, .nsm and .imy formats.
The melody you have downloaded is
directly available from the the standby display. When selecting it you are
requested to install, play or discard
it.
To play a downloaded melody
from the reception screen:
.
1 Select Play
to stop play2 Select Exit
ing.
Key
C
D
E
F
G
A
B
p
Action
C
D
E
F
G
A
B
to insert a pause
octave up
octave down
#
sharp
2
note duration (400 ms)
3
note duration (600 ms)
4
note duration (800 ms)
Short press: to move
the cursor to the next
character.
Short press: to move
the cursor to the
previous character.
Short press: to go back
to the previous screen if
nothing on the entry
field or clear the last
typed character.
(Clear)
Long press: to go back
to the standby display if
nothing on the entry
field or clear all typed
characters.
(Play) To play the melody.
To validate and store
OK
the edited melody.
4 The basis tempo is 200 ms.
The different symbols can be used
one after another (e.g. G+#2= G
sharp plays one octave higher for
twice the basis tempo).
4 1. If the same signs (e.g. 2 octave, 2 duration or 2
sharp signs) are used one after another one only is
taken into account. The other(s) are deleted during
melody playing or storing process.
2. You can enter up to 128 characters per melody.
3. You can register 10 composed melodies on your
mobile.
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5 Select Play
to listen to
your composed melody.
to store the
6 Select OK
melody.
7 Type the melody name in and
select OK
to store it.
To play, set or delete a registered
melody:
. Select Images &
1 Press
melodies.
.
2 Select Melodies
3 Select Composed
melodies
.
4 Choose one of the registered
melodies
. The melody is
played within 2 seconds.
Select Options
and select
Set as ringtone
, Set as
alarm
or Set as ringtone L2
(if available on
your subscription). Selected
is displayed.
To edit a registered melody:
. Select Images &
1 Press
melodies.
.
2 Select Melodies
3 Select Composed
melodies
.
4 Select OK
Predefined melodies
You can choose a ringtone among
the list of predefined melodies available in your mobile.
. Select Images &
1 Press
melodies.
2 Select Predefined
melodies
.
or
to scroll to the
3 Use
required melody (The melody
is played within 2 seconds. ).
4 Select Options and select Set
as ringtone
, Set as
alarm
or Set as ringtone L2
(if available on
your subscription). Selected
is displayed.
All the received files are stored in the Images and melodies Reception box. It allows the storing of data received from
various sources: IrDA, i-mode, SMS (Nokia™ Smart Messages only).
The objects are stored in the reception
box and can be defined as object type:
Task card, image, melody, Event card,
Business card,...
Specific dedicated downloads are not inserted in this queue (e.g. melodies can be
directly stored in the Downloaded melodies directory).
To display the reception box
contents:
. Select Images and
1 Press
melodies.
.
2 Select Reception box
. Select Images &
melodies.
.
2 Select Storage used
Images & Melodies
Reception box
1 Press
3 Use
or
to scroll to the
required information type
3 Use
or
to scroll the
Reception box and view
your files.
The received files list is displayed,
from the latest received file to the
earliest. The corresponding icon
and the file extension type are
also shown. Icons define the file
type (images, melodies, phonebook card, ...).
The following actions are available
in the Options
menu: Delete,
Delete all, Store, Details, Send by
SMS (phonebook card and calendar file only) and Send by IrDA (you
can also get access to the Set as
banner, Set as wallpaper, View, or
Play according to the received file
type: image, melody,...).
Storage used
To consult the percentage of
memory used for the Pictures,
the Downloaded melodies, the
Composed melodies and the Reception box files:
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Calendar
Network services
The availability of this menu is network
dependent. If your SIM card does not
bear an access to the Network services
the Calendar menu is directly accessible
from the Menu icons.
The availability of this menu is network
dependent (it may not be available or be
named Network services, Network,...).
Please see Calendar, page 57 for full
details.
Your network operator may provide value added services, information and contact phone numbers. These services and
phone numbers are stored in your SIM
card and appear on the phone menu as
they are reachable from the Network
serv. menu. Please contact your service
provider for further details.
Some operators may provide up to two
services on the same SIM card. The displayed sub-menus in the Network serv.
menu may then be named Applications,
Services or Information.
Three kinds of services can be registered
in this menu:
SIM application tool kit
An automatic way to provide services
related to your network. These services are SIM card dependent.
SDN numbers stored in the
SIM card
Up to 32 numbers may be stored in
the SIM. These numbers cannot be
modified or deleted.
Information numbers
A list or a menu allowing to call network or information services offered
by the network.
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Compact NetFront is a registered trademark or
trademark of Access Co. Ltd. in Japan and selected
countries worldwide.
Copyright © 1998-2001 ACCESS CO. LTD.
Your mobile allows you to get to dedicated
i-mode web sites and webpages thanks to
the i-mode standards. You can for instance
send and receive mails, connect to i-mode
sites and download images and 32 tones
melodies for your mobile (see Setting an
image as a banner, a wallpaper or a welcome animation from the Pictures folder,
page 31, Downloaded melodies, page 32,
Welcome animation, page 47).
Access to i-mode is network dependent.
Please contact your service provider for full
details on subscription conditions. To be
able to use the i-mode features on your
mobile you must have a GPRS subscription.
Please refer to your additional i-mode
guide for more details on the i-mode services.
User interface
While navigating the i-mode menu, please
note that up
, down , left
and
right
arrow keys allo w to reach further settings or fields to be filled in, but
also to reach validation or cancellation
options (Ok
, Cancel
,
Send
, Save
, etc.).
Scroll up
or down
to highlight
(blue highlighting) the right field,
choose an option or type in text. Depending on the menu you are in, you
may have to scroll down many times
until you reach the right option.
i-mode menu
This section describes access to the
i-mode lock, i-mode profiles and
New mail alert sub-menus.
To access these features:
Press
. Select i-mode.
The following screen is displayed.
i-mode lock
The purpose of this feature is to
lock access to all i-mode features,
thus protecting your mobile from
any unauthorised operation.
. Select i-mode.
1 Press
.
2 Select i-mode lock
.
3 Select lock
4 Enter your 4 digit i-mode lock
code and select ok
.
4 1. The default i-mode lock code is 0000. To change
the code, select Change lock code instead of lock and
follow the displayed instruction.
2. The mail alert is not affected by the i-mode lock.
However you are not able to read the received mails.
i-mode profiles
To use the i-mode and connect to
i-mode web sites you first need to
define and store the profile details
(please refer to Connection manager, page 50), then select the required i-mode profile.
. Select i-mode.
1 Press
.
2 Select i-mode profiles
3 Select one of the available
profiles and press ok
.
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i-mode
i-mode
4 Type the requested information if necessary and select
Save
to store the information.
4 You need to select the required profile before being
able to use it. From the i-mode profiles, press ok,
select the right profile name then choose Select from
the Options list.
New mail alert
This sub-menu allows to define the
alert melody that is played on new
incoming mail.
To choose a melody:
. Select i-mode.
1 Press
.
2 Select New mail alert
and choose
3 Select Alert
On
.
and
4 Select Melody
choose one of the available
ring tones
.
to store the
5 Select Save
settings.
4 1. The Alert field must be set to On to allow access to
the melodies list.
2. If Alert is set to Off the New mail icon only is displayed on new incoming mail.
3. The default melodies, downloaded melodies and
composed melodies are available from the Melody list.
i-mode applications
The i-mode applications menu allows access to the main i-mode features. To access it:
From the standby screen
select i-mode
.
The following screen is displayed:
i-Menu
While browsing an i-mode site, select
by pressing
to get access to the following options:
Option
Description
1. Add
To select the current
bookmark
page as a bookmark.
To store the displayed
2. Save
image in the Pictures
image
folder.
To store the current
3. Save page
page.
To store the displayed
4. Save
phone number into the
phone #
phonebook.
To enter a webpage
5. Go to
address or select one
webpage
from a list (see Go to
webpage, page 38 ).
To refresh the dis6. Reload
played page.
To display the URL of
7. Page info
the current page.
4 The items of this options list may vary according to the
contents of the displayed page.
Mail
Please refer to Mail system, page 40
for details on the Mail sub-menu.
Bookmarks
The list of the bookmarked pages
(see i-Menu, page 38) is displayed.
Select
by pressing
to get to
the following options:
Option
Description
To display the selected
1. Open
bookmarked page.
To modify the selected
2. Edit title
bookmark name.
3. Delete
To delete the selected
bookmark.
one
To delete all the book4. Delete all
marks list.
Go to webpage
You can directly go to a particular
webpage by entering the page address or choosing it from the Address history list.
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press
.
3 Select Enter address
or
press
and press ok
then type the required web
site address. Select ok
.
4 Press
so that
is
highlighted and press ok
to confirm connection.
To go back to a page you have previously been to:
1 From the standby screen
select i-mode
.
or
2 Select Go to webpage
press
.
3 Select Address history
or press
.
4 Scroll to the required page
address and select ok
to
have it displayed.
Saved pages
You can view pages that you have
previously saved without having to
connect to the i-mode.
1 From the standby screen
select i-mode
.
or
2 Select Saved pages
press
.
Scroll down to the required page
name, then select
by pressing
to get access to the following
options:
Option
Description
To display the selected
1. Open
saved page.
To modify the selected
2. Edit title
page name.
3. Protect
To protect/unprotect
the screen memo.
On/Off
4. Delete
To delete the selected
saved page.
one
To delete all the saved
5. Delete all
pages.
Once on a saved page you can edit
its contents. Select
by pressing
to get access to the following
options:
Option
Description
To store the page im1. Save image(s) into the pictures
age
browser.
To modify the selected
2. Edit title
page name.
To display the page URL
3. Page info
(address) information.
4. Protect
To protect/unprotect
the screen memo.
On/Off
To delete the current
5. Delete
saved page.
4 The items of this options list may vary according to the
contents of the displayed page.
Settings
This sub-menu allows to customise
your connection settings.
To get optimised use of the i-mode
and the way information is displayed on your mobile while in
connection you may wish to adjust
a few settings.
For each of the following settings:
1 From the standby screen select
i-mode
.
or press
2 Select Settings
Then go through the following instructions. When you have validated your setting the mobile
automatically comes back to the
settings menu.
• Setting the time out
This allows to set the time limit for
i-mode disconnecting when the
mobile is not used:
or
1 Select Set time out
press
.
2 Select 60 seconds, 90 seconds or Disabled (if you do
not want automatic disconnecting)
.
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i-mode
To go to a specific page:
1 From the standby screen select
i-mode
.
or
2 Select Go to webpage
3 Scroll down
as many times
as necessary until
is
highlighted and press ok
to validate.
• Setting the cache priority
The Internet pages may first be displayed from the cache memory (information from the webpages is
stored in the cache memory) or
from the i-mode server.
or
1 Select Cache priority
press
.
2 Select Cache or
Non-cache
3 Scroll down
as many times
as necessary until
is
highlighted and press ok
to validate.
• Showing tables
You can choose whether or not tables should be displayed when
available on i-mode webpages.
or
1 Select Show tables
press
.
2 Select Yes or No
3 Scroll down
as many times
as necessary until
is
highlighted and press ok
to validate.
• Loading images
This allows you to choose whether
or not your mobile can download
and thus display the images contained on the webpages.
or
1 Select Load images
press
.
2 Select Yes or No
lows to wrap the text and adjust it
so it fits the screen of your mobile.
or
1 Select Wrap text
press
.
2 Select Yes or No
3 Scroll down
as many times
as necessary until
is
highlighted and press ok
to validate.
• Checking the settings
You can check all your settings
status via this menu.
Select Check settings
or
press
to view the contents
of each parameter.
• Getting back to the main menu
While adjusting or modifying one
of the above features, selecting
allows to get back to the
Settings sub-menu; selecting imode allows to get back to the imode main menu.
While in the Settings menu, select
Cancel to return to the i-mode
main menu.
Mail system
Your mobile allows to send and receive mails. Please read the following
instructions to configure your mail
system and use the Mail menu.
3 Scroll down
as many times
as necessary until
is
highlighted and press ok
to validate.
• Adjusting text
The text available on webpages
may not automatically fit the size of
your mobile display. This setting al40
You can reach the i-mode Mail submenu via 2 ways:
From the standby display
select Mail
.
1 From the standby screen
select i-mode
.
or press
2 Select Mail
3. Attach
melody
.
Once in the Mail sub-menu:
Writing a Mail
1 Select Compose mail
2
3
4
5
5
or
press
.
Highlight Subject. Select
ok
and type in the mail
header text (30 characters
maximum). Select ok
.
Highlight To1. Select ok
and type in the required
mail address. Select ok
Highlight Message. Select ok
and type in the mail text
(maximum 1000 characters).
Select ok
.
Highlight the field if you
want to add a melody
(among the available downloaded melodies) to your
message. Select ok
.
Scroll down as many times as
necessary to highlight
(to send your message)
or
(to store your message in the Draft file) and
select ok
to validate your
choice.
4 The maximum contents of the message is 1000 characters provided there is no header, no signature and
no attach file. Each additional text or file uses the
available memory space and decreases the maximum
contents of the message text.
While writing your mail, you can at
any time get to the Edit menu by selecting
(press the
key).
Option
Description
1. Send
To send your mail
To store your mail in
2. Save
the Draft folder
4. Open
phonebk.
5. Add
address
6. Del.
address
7. Attach
header
8. Attach
sign.
9. Del.
message
0. Del. mail
To attach a MIDI Melody from the Images &
Melodies menu.
To view the phonebook available mail addresses and select one.
To add an address (you
can enter it manually
or select it from your
phonebook).
To delete the entered
address.
To attach a pre-entered header (please
make sure you have
previously written and
stored one. See Edit
header, page 43).
To attach a pre-entered signature (please
make sure you have
previously written and
stored one. See Edit
signature, page 43).
To delete the contents
of the message field.
To delete the contents
of the whole mail.
4 The items of this options list may vary according to the
contents of the displayed page.
Inbox
To view the received mails:
or press
1 Select Inbox
2 Scroll to the required mail
and select ok
.
to view it.
While in the reception box, selecting
(press the
key) allows to:
Option
Description
To display all the re1. Show all
ceived mails.
2. Show
To display the unread
mails only.
unread
To display the read
3. Show read
mails only.
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or:
4. Show
protect.
5. Delete
one
To display the protected mails only.
To delete the current
(highlighted) mail.
To delete all the stored
6. Delete all mails from the reception box.
4 The protected and unread mails cannot be deleted.
When viewing a determined mail,
selecting
(press the
key) allows to:
Option
Description
To reply to the current
1. Reply
mail.
To reply and attach the
2. Reply
text contents of the requoted
ceived mail.
To forward the current
3. Forward
mail.
To protect/unprotect
the current mail (this
4. Protect
feature allows to protect
On/Off
the mail from any unauthorised deletion).
5. Copy
To forward the mail
message by SMS.
message
To store the sender’s ad6. Save
dress into the phoneaddress
book.
To store the phone
number and the mail
7. Save
address contained in the
phone #
mail text into the
phonebook.
To store the attached
melody into the Downloaded melodies file (see
8. Save melThe Store option allows
ody
to save the received image in the Pictures folder., page 32).
To delete the current
9. Delete
mail.
4 The items of this options list may vary according to the
contents of the displayed page.
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Sent mail
This sub-menu allows to view and
edit the sent mails.
You must have saved your mails before sending them to be able to find
them in the Sent mail sub-menu.
or
1 Select Sent mail
press
.
2 Scroll to the required mail
and select ok
to view it.
While reading a mail, selecting
(press the
key) allows to:
Option
1. Re-edit
2. Protect
On/Off
3. Copy
message
4. Save
address
5. Save
phone #
6. Delete
Description
To edit the sent mail
and modify it if necessary.
To protect/unprotect
the current mail (this
feature allows to protect the mail from any
unauthorised deletion).
To forward the mail
message by SMS.
To save the address
contained in the message.
To store the phone
number contained in
the message into the
phonebook.
To delete the current
mail.
4 The availability of these options may vary according to
the page contents type.
Draft
The mails you have stored (see
Writing a Mail, page 41) are filed
in the Draft folder.
To edit the stored mails:
or press
.
1 Select Draft
2 Scroll to the required mail
and select ok
to view and
edit it.
While in the Draft folder, selecting
(press the
key) allows to:
Description
To delete the selected
mail.
To delete all the folder
2. Delete all
mails.
1. Delete one
Check new mail
This allows you to view the new incoming mails.
1 Select Check new mail
or press
.
2 The mobile connects to the
network and plays the new
mail(s) if any. Select ok
to
view it/them.
Mail settings
Please see the Mail system settings
section for full details.
Back
Select Back
or press
to come back to the i-mode
main menu.
Mail system settings
This section explains how to personnalise your messaging service
on mail sending or reception.
All these settings are reachable after entering the Mail settings submenu
1 From the standby display
select Mail
.
2 Select Mail settings
press
or
.
or:
1 From the standby screen
select i-mode
.
or press
.
2 Select Mail
or
3 Select Mail settings
press
.
Edit header
This allows to configure your mails
so that text is (once or on each
mail sending) added at the beginning of your message.
or
1 Select Edit header
press
.
if you want to
2 Select ok
select Auto attach and tick
the corresponding box by
selecting ok
.
3 Scroll down
to the header
field (until the header field is
highlighted) and select
ok
.
4 Type in your header text and
select ok
.
5 Scroll down
until
highlighted and select ok
to save the header.
is
4 The header is automatically added to all your mails if
you ticked Auto attach. If you do not tick Auto attach
the header is stored in the mobile (see Writing a Mail,
page 41).
Edit signature
This allows to configure your mails
so that text is (once or on each
mail sending) added at the end of
your message.
or
1 Select Edit signature
press
.
if you want to
2 Select ok
select Auto attach (to tick
the corresponding box).
3 Scroll down
to the signature field (until the box is
highlighted) and select
ok
.
4 Type in your signature text
and select ok
.
5 Scroll down
until
highlighted and select ok
to save the signature.
is
4 The signature is automatically added to all your mails
if you ticked Auto attach.
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Option
Receive attachment
Reply marker
You can add a text or symbols that
are automatically added to your
message when you make a reply to
a received mail.
or
1 Select Reply marker
press
.
2 Press ok
and type the
reply marker text or symbol(s). Press ok
.
3 Scroll down
until
highlighted and select ok
to save the reply marker.
3 Scroll down
is
4 The > symbol is the default reply marker. It is automatically added to your reply mails.
Melody mail
You can choose whether or not,
when contained in a mail, a melody
should play when mail opening.
or
1 Select Melody mail
press
.
.
2 Select Yes or No
3 Scroll down
as many times
as necessary until
is
highlighted and press ok
to validate.
Auto reception
Your mails can automatically be received on your mobile. If this feature is set to ’No’, you have to go
onto the server and manually
check if you have received mails
(see Check new mail, page 43 ).
or
1 Select Auto reception
press
.
2 Select Yes or No
3 Scroll down
You can choose whether or not,
when contained in a mail, a MIDI
file should be downloaded on your
mobile.
1 Select Receive attachment
or press
.
.
2 Select MIDI
as many times
as necessary until
is
highlighted and press ok
to validate.
as many times
as necessary until
is
highlighted and press ok
to validate.
Checking the settings
You can check all your mail settings status via this menu.
Select Check settings
or
press
to view the contents
of each parameter.
Back
Select Back
or press
to come back to the i-mode
main menu.
Quick access to i-mode
basic features
This section indicates quick access to
a few i-mode features.
To connect to a new i-mode site:
from the
1 Select i-mode
standby display.
2 Press
3 Press ok
and type the site
address. Press ok
.
4 Scroll down
until
is
highlighted and select ok
.
The connection is then automatically launched.
To access a stored address:
from the
1 Select i-mode
standby display.
2 Press
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Scroll down
until
is
highlighted and select ok
.
The connection is then automatically launched.
To bookmark a page:
1 When on a webpage,
play or store the melody (the
melody is stored in the Melodies list. See Downloaded
melodies, page 32).
.
3 Press ok
4 The maximum size for i-mode downloadable melo-
select
(press the
key) to
get to the options menu.
.
2 Select Add Bookmark
3 Confirm your bookmark by
selecting
. The
selected page url address is
now stored into your Bookmarks list.
To go to a bookmarked page:
from the
1 Select i-mode
standby display.
.
2 Press
3 Select the required bookmark
and press ok
. The connection is then automatically
launched.
To save a webpage:
1 When on a webpage,
select
(press the
key) to
get to the options menu.
.
2 Select Save page
3 Confirm your choice by
selecting
. The
selected page is now stored
into your Saved pages list.
To display a saved page:
from the
1 Select i-mode
standby display.
.
2 Press
3 Select the required page
name and press ok
2 When the download is over,
i-mode
3 Select the required address.
.
dies is 10 kB.
To download images and phonebook pictures:
You can download images to be set
as wallpapers, welcome animations
or phonebook images (see Setting an
image as a banner, a wallpaper or a
welcome animation from the Pictures folder, page 31 and Welcome
animation, page 47).
1 When on a webpage containing an image, select
(press
the
key) to get to the
options menu.
2 Select Save image and press
ok
. If several images are
displayed on the page, use the
and
keys until the required image is highlighted
and select ok
.
3 Confirm your choice by
selecting
.
to validate the
4 Press ok
image name or delete and
rename it (select ok
to
confirm).
The image is then stored in
the Pictures list (see Pictures,
page 30).
4 1. You cannot send any of the images or melodies
received via the i-mode via the infrared port.
2. The maximum size for i-mode downloadable images is 10 kB.
To download a melody:
1 When on a webpage containing melodies, select one and
press ok
. The melody is
then downloaded on your
mobile.
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Settings
Tones
When scrolling up or down wait for
a few seconds to be able to hear the
selected melody
Volume adjustments
Alert mode
You can set the ring, alert and alarm
tones via the Alert modes menu.
4 If you choose the 'Vibrate' or 'Vibrate then ring' option,
the vibrating option replaces all the alert and alarm
tones.
To modify the alert mode:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
2 Select Tones .
3 Select Alert modes .
4 Choose one of the available
settings (Ring, Silent,
Vibrate, Vibrate & ring or
Vibrate then ring) and press
OK
to validate.
The ring tone, key tones, conversation and alarm tones (alarm clock
and low battery alarm) audio level
can all be individually adjusted via
the Settings menu:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Tones
.
3 Select Volume
4 Select Ring, Ramping, Keys,
Conversation or Alarm
.
4 1. You can access the Alert modes menu directly from
the standby display by pressing
.
2. If the Alert mode is set to Silent the icon is displayed on the standby screen.
3. When the phone is connected to either the Desk Top
Charger, HF kit, CLA or AC adaptor the vibrator mode
selection is temporarily inhibited and the phone rings
instead of vibrating.
Ring tone selection
You can choose a melody from the
available ring tones stored in the
phone but also from melodies you
have previously composed (see Composed melodies, page 33 ) or downloaded
(Downloaded
melodies,
page 32) and stored.
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Tones
.
3 Select Ringtones
4 Select Incoming call, Incoming call L2 (if you have a Line
2 subscription) or Alarm
.
5 Scroll up
or down
to
listen to the different ring
tones. Choose one by pressing
.
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5
Scroll up
or down
to
adjust the settings.
You can also use the numeric
keys to set the required audio
level: pressing on
sets the
volume to 2, pressing on
or
sets the volume to 6 or
7 pressing on
sets the volume to the minimum value (1
for the speech and 0 for all
others).
to validate the
6 Press OK
setting.
to store your
7 Select Save
setting.
During a call you can adjust the conversation volume level by using the
and
keys.
4 1. If the ring tone volume level is set to 0 the icon
is displayed on the standby screen.
2. Setting the key tones to 0 deactivates the key
tones.
Ramping is a feature that, when
turned on, causes the incoming ring
tone to gradually increase to the
maximum volume level if the call is
not answered after the first ring.
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Tones
.
3 Select Volume
.
4 Select Ramping
.
5 Select On
to store your
6 Select Save
setting.
4 When turned on the volume of the incoming ring tone
starts from the current set volume and rises to the
maximum volume level until answered.
Display
Graphics themes
Themes and banners can be changed
to personalise your standby display.
To select a standby graphic theme:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Display
.
3 Select Graphic themes
4 Select My wall paper (see
Pictures, page 30) or one of
the five graphic themes available (i-mode 1, i-mode 2,
Urban, Meridian, Daisy).
to store your
5 Select Save
setting.
4 1. The Urban theme changes twice a day: a night
screen sets at 7 p.m., a day screen sets at 7 a.m.
2. The Meridian theme displays the origin and the secondary clocks.
3. The i-mode 1, i-mode 2, Daisy, Urban and Meridian themes cannot be modified or deleted.
My banner
You can activate/deactivate the displaying of the banner you have previously chosen (see Setting an image
as a banner, a wallpaper or a welcome animation from the Pictures
folder, page 31).
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Display
3 Scroll down
and select
My banner
Settings
Ramping
.
4 Select Yes or No
to store your
5 Select Save
setting.
Welcome animation
On switching on the mobile a welcome animation shows before the
standby screen is displayed. This animation is a default one but it can be
customised. You can indeed select
any of the Pictures folder images
(fixed or animated ones) - see Pictures, page 30.
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Display
3 Select Welcome
animation
.
4 Select Default or My Welcome.
5 Select Save
setting.
to store your
4 To set a welcome animation you must have previously
chosen one from the Pictures folder (see Setting an
image as a banner, a wallpaper or a welcome animation from the Pictures folder, page 31).
Backlight
To adjust the backlight:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Display
3 Scroll down
and select
Backlight
.
4 Adjust the backlight with the
up
or down
keys and
select ok
.
to store the
5 Select Save
setting.
4 If the keypad lock is on, no backlight comes up when
pressing on the mobile keys.
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Display contrast
To adjust the contrast:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Display
3 Scroll down
and select
Contrast
.
4 Adjust the contrast with the
and
keys and press
OK
.
to store the
5 Select Save
setting.
Voice mail
Your network provider may offer a voice
mail service which operates like an answering machine. You may be able to directly access it by pressing and holding
the
key.
Contact your service provider for further
details.
Storing a voice mail centre
number
If your SIM card does not bear the
voice mail centre number you have
to manually store it:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Voice mail
. Enter the
3 Select Number
number (type it directly or
select it from the Names list).
to validate.
4 Press OK
4 1. The voice mail number is automatically assigned to
speed dial location number 1 (see Speed dial on page 49).
2. If you subscribe to the 'Line 2' service its voice mail
centre number has to be stored separately.
Activating/deactivating the
voice mail alert tone
If you wish to be advised by a tone
when receiving a new voice mail
message:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Voice Mail
3 Select Alert . Select On.
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Calling the voice mail centre to
check your messages
You can either:
• Dial the voice mail centre
number directly after the
receipt of a message:
From the standby display
press and hold
.
1
2
3
4
• Or:
Press
. Select Settings.
Select Phone settings
.
Select Voice Mail
.
Select Call
.
Keypad
Keypad lock
When the keypad lock is activated it
prevents accidental operation of the
keys. The key tones are muted and
the backlight is deactivated.
Keypad lock is suspended on incoming calls and resumed when the call
ends. Emergency calls can however
be made. If a key is pressed a reminder message is displayed.
To activate and deactivate the keypad lock:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Keypad
.
3 Select Keypad lock
4 To unlock the keypad, press
Unlock
then
.
or:
1 From the standby screnn
press and hold
to activate
the keypad lock.
to de-acti2 Press and hold
vate the keypad lock.
Any key answer
If you want to answer a call by pressing on any key (except
and No
ring
).
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Keypad
.
3 Select Any key answer
and select On
.
Phonebook numbers can be assigned to keys
to
. The
key
voice mail feature cannot be assigned a phonebook number as it is
assigned by default to the voice mail
number (see Calling the voice mail
centre to check your messages,
page 48).
Numbers stored in both the SIM card
and the phone (except from fixed dialling numbers) can be selected.
To assign phonebook numbers to
the speed dialling keys:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Keypad
.
3 Select Speed Dial
4 The Key number and the
attached name (if any) is displayed. Select Names
(or
Options
then Names
if a number was already
attached to the key) to
choose a name from the
names list.
to validate.
5 Select OK
4 If a number which has been assigned to a speed dial
key is deleted from the phonebook the corresponding
number is automatically deleted from the speed dial
key.
Phone settings
Language selection
You can change the language on
your mobile:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Phone settings
.
3 Select Language
4 Choose a language from the
displayed list and press
OK
to validate.
Auto answer
This feature only works when the
phone is connected to a handsfree
car kit or to a headset. The phone
then automatically answers the call
after about 5 seconds (no key to be
pressed).
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Phone settings
.
3 Select Auto features
and
4 Select Auto-answer
choose On
.
to store your
5 Select Save
setting.
Auto retry
This allows the phone to automatically redial the number after the call
failed due to an engaged line or an
unavailable signal from the network.
The number is re-dialled 10 times
maximum until it goes through.
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Phone settings
.
3 Select Auto features
and
4 Select Auto-retry
choose On
.
to store your
5 Select Save
setting.
When activated, Retrying and a
countdown timer are displayed before each new trial. An auto-retry
warning tone sounds each time a
new call attempt is made.
Selecting Exit
or pressing any
key during the retrial process cancels
the auto-retry process.
Auto Switch On/Off
This allows the phone to automatically switch on or off at pre-determined times.
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Phone settings
.
3 Select Auto features
4 Select Auto-switch-on or
Auto-switch-off and select
On to activate the feature.
5 Enter the time you want your
mobile to switch on and/or to
switch off and press OK
.
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Settings
Speed dial
6 Select Save
to store your
setting.
If the phone is already on at automatic switch-on time it remains on.
When the phone is about to automatically switch off a warning message and a countdown timer are
displayed. Selecting Exit
cancels
the switch off process.
If the mobile is already off at switchoff it remains off.
4 If a call is in progress at switch-off time, the switch-off
process is postponed until the call is ended.
Caution - Remember to turn off
the Auto switch-on feature when
boarding an aircraft.
See the General safety warnings.
Default settings
You can reset your phone and get
back your mobile default settings via
the Settings menu. This has no effect on the phonebook entries or the
phone lock code.
. Select Settings.
1 Press
2 Select Phone settings
.
3 Select Default settings
The following features are reset:
Feature
Alert Modes
Volumes,
Ring, Key,
Speech,
Alarm.
Backlight,
Contrast
Any Key,
Auto-Retry,
Auto Answer features.
Ramping
Graphics
Themes
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Default setting
Ring
Mid values
Mid value
Off
Off
i-mode 1
Time and date
This feature allows to reference the mobile
according to the world time zone map,
based on Greenwich Mean Time (Origin
clock). A Secondary clock is also available.
This feature is useful for the Diary. To import or export calendar cards, events and
tasks, timetables have to be set according to Time zones.
Both clocks are displayed on the same
screen. The date and time and the city
name are displayed for both clocks.
Clock setting
To set the origin clock:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
2 Select Phone settings
.
3 Select Time & date
.
4 Select OK
to edit the origin
clock. Scroll through the panels and fill in the required
information.
5 Select Save
to store the
data.
Clocks swap
This feature is useful when travelling:
the local clock is displayed but you
can swap between the origin clock
and the secondary clock.
To swap clocks:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
2 Select Phone settings
.
3 Select Time and date
.
4 Select Swap
.
An information message is displayed. The secondary clock
becomes the origin/mobile
clock and the origin clock
becomes the secondary one.
Connection manager
The Connection manager service manages and centralises GPRS connection profiles (see i-mode, page 37) for online
applications.
manager
.
3 Select Connection
profiles
.
4 Choose an empty profile
([...]) and select OK
.
5 Choose GPRS connection
and select OK
.
6 Fill in the requested informa-
tion (contact your service provider to get all necessary
parameters) and select
Save
to store the entered
data.
Viewing the connection details
. Select Settings.
1 Press
2 Select Connection
manager
.
.
3 Select Data counters
to
4 Select GPRS counters
view the connection details
(bytes during connection).
Then select Details
to get
the details per connection
profile.
Resetting the connection counters
. Select Settings.
1 Press
2 Select Connection
manager
.
.
3 Select Data counters
4 Select Reset counters and
select Yes. Enter the Lock
code (the default lock code is
0000).
Operation mode
This network dependent setting allows mobile operations to be either
Standard or Modem type.
• Standard mode
The mobile tries to reach a GPRS networks. If the mobile succeeds attaching a GPRS network,
is displayed
on standby mode. The mobile can
then send and receive voice calls and
packet data calls.
To set the mode of operations to
Standard:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
2 Select Connection manager.
.
3 Select Operation mode
.
4 Select Standard
• Modem mode
The mobile tries to reach a GPRS network.
It can only receive GPRS data calls;
voice calls are then barred. This behaviour is the same whatever the
network capabilities.
However if the GPRS services are lost,
the mobile automatically returns to
the Standard operation mode.
To set the operation mode to Modem:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
2 Select Connection
manager
.
3 Select Operation mode
.
4 Select Modem
.
GSM Services
Diverting incoming calls
This Network dependent service allows to divert incoming calls (voice,
fax or data calls) to another number
To divert a call:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
3 Select Call diverting. The following sub-menu is displayed
(N.B.: this menu contents may
vary according to your service
provider).
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Settings
Creating a connection profile
. Select Settings.
1 Press
2 Select Connection
Divert
options
Always
When
not
reachable
On no
reply
When
busy
All conditions
Cancel
all
All FAX
calls
Action
To divert all incoming
voice calls.
To divert all voice calls
when the phone
cannot be reached (out
of service).
To divert all voice calls
when the call is not
answered to.
To divert all voice calls
when the line is
engaged.
To divert all voice calls
when Not Reachable,
No Reply and When
Busy.
To cancel all diverting
options.
To unconditionally
divert incoming fax
calls.
To unconditionally
divert incoming data
calls.
All
DATA
calls
4 Select one of these options
and select OK
.
5 Select Activate
6 Select Voice Mail, Names or
Number
.
7 Enter the number the calls
have to be diverted to and
select OK
. A validation
message bearing the selected
number is displayed.
4 1. If the 'On no reply' option is selected please enter
the time limit (5, 15 or 30 seconds; this also depends
on your network) after which the feature is valid.
2. Call diverts for both Line 1 and Line 2 have to be set
for each line. Only the selected line is affected by the
call divert.
To check the call divert status or deactivate it:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
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3 Select the call diverting type
to be checked or
cancelled
.
.
4 Select Status or Cancel
To cancel all (multiple) diverts,
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Call diverting
.
4 Select Cancel all
4 1. This action cancels all call diverts (for voice, faxes
and data calls) for the current line.
2. To cancel call diverts for the other line you must
select this other line first (menu Calls & Times - Line
selection).
Call waiting
This network dependent feature allows to receive a new call while a call
is already on (network dependent).
To activate the call waiting feature:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Call waiting
. Acti4 Select Activate
vated or Check your
request is then displayed.
4 You can also cancel or check the service status.
To put a call on hold and switch from
Call 1 to Call 2:
1 Whilst on a call a beep sounds
to indicate a second incoming
call.
Select Replace to take Call 2
and end Call 1, Select Reject
to refuse Call 2 or press the
key to put Call 1 on hold and
take Call 2.
2 Select Options then select
Swap
to get back to Call 1
and put Call 2 on hold or select
Join to have a 3 party conversation.
Most networks allow Caller Line
Identity feature (CLI). This feature allows the phone number or the identity of the caller to be displayed
when a call comes in.
Receiving caller ID
You can check the availability of this
feature on your network or subscription.
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
3 Select Receiving
caller ID
.
The network then either
returns Presentation available or Presentation unavailable information.
Sending my ID
You can disable the sending of your
own number on a call by call basis by
adding #31# before the number
you are dialling. You can also ask
your service operator to always hide
the sending of your mobile phone
number. Once hidden by your operator you can show your number, on a
call by call basis, by typing *31# before the number you are calling.
Please contact your service provider
for more information.
Standard network setting
To reset the standard network setting and send your mobile ID,
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Sending my ID
.
4 Select My settings
. The phone
5 Select Preset
resets and gets back to its
original network setting.
Hiding or showing your
number
1
2
3
4
5
Settings
Caller Line Identity - showing/
hiding your mobile number
(network dependent)
Press
. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services
.
Select Sending my ID
.
Select My settings
.
Select Hide my ID or Show
my ID
.
Finding out your current ID
status
1
2
3
4
Press
. Select Settings.
Select GSM Services
.
Select Sending my ID
.
Select Status
.
Your current ID status is displayed.
Network automatic search:
When the phone is on, it automatically searches the last network it was
registered to (usually the home network). If it is not available, the phone
automatically searches and selects
one of the networks registered in the
preferred network list (located in the
SIM card).
Editing the preferred list
The phone contains a list of networks which can be selected and
transferred to the preferred networks list stored in the SIM.
This list can be changed to suit your
travel arrangements.
The order and names of the networks in the preferred networks list
can be edited and amended.
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Network
.A
4 Select Preferred list
list of networks is displayed.
or
to view the list
5 Use
and select one of the following options
if you want
to amend the list:
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Option
Modify
by list
Modify
by code
Delete
Description
To display the list of all
networks stored in the
phone (alphabetical
order).
To edit or enter the
identification operator
number if you have the
information.
To delete an entry
6 Press OK
to confirm the
selection.
Your SIM card may contain a forbidden list of networks which cannot be
used. To view it or show the home
network:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Network
4 Select either Forbidden
to get to the list of forbidden
networks, or select Home
network
to get the name
of your usual network.
Selecting manual search
You may need to select a specific
network (e.g. better coverage than
yours in the current location).
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Network
.
4 Select Search
. The Scan5 Select Manual
ning for networks... message
is displayed.
or
to select a net6 Use
work from the list.
to confirm your choice.
7 Press
Requesting... after which the
phone will return to the
standby display.
4 1. You cannot select a network for manual change if it
is on the forbidden list (even if it is still listed as a
choice).
2. You cannot delete a network from the forbidden list.
This list is automatically updated when the manual
network selection is performed.
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3. If the Manual search was selected before turning
the mobile off and if the manually selected network
cannot be found when the mobile is next turned on,
you then have to manually choose another network for
your mobile to lock on.
Selecting automatic search
To perform an automatic search from
the preferred list proceed as follows:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Network
.
4 Select Search
.
5 Select Automatic
Call barring
This network dependent service forbids certain outgoing or incoming call
types. It requires a call barring password.
To bar a call:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Call barring
4 Select Outgoing calls or
Incoming calls
. Choose
from the following
:
Select
Meaning
Outgoing
All
To bar all outgoing calls.
outgoing
Outgoing
To bar all outgoing
Int'nal
international calls.
calls
Outgoing To bar all outgoing
Int'nal
international calls except
from calls to subscribers
excl.
within your home network
home
Incoming
All
To bar all incoming calls.
incoming
Incoming To bar all incoming calls
Roaming when not on the home
network.
only
Select
Activate
. Enter the
5
password and press OK
.
The network then confirms
the selection.
4 Scroll up
or down
to
select the barring type to be
deactivated (Cancel) or
checked and follow the displayed instructions.
Call barring password
The call barring password is used to
select the call barring levels. It is supplied via your service provider.
To change the password:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Call barring
4 Select Change
password
.
First enter the former password then enter the new
password twice. A Confirmation message is displayed.
Security features
The security features described in this
section protect your phone from unauthorised use.
When requested enter the code and
press OK
. Codes are displayed as
asterisks (*).
Press Clear
if you need to amend
your entry.
4 Avoid using codes similar to emergency numbers such
as 999 or 112 to prevent accidental dialling of these
numbers.
KEEP A RECORD OF YOUR CODES
AND KEEP THEM IN A SAFE PLACE.
Phone lock code
A phone lock code is supplied with
the phone for security purposes. It
prevents unauthorised access to the
phone.
The default code is 0000. We suggest that you change this code and
keep the new one in a safe place.
Once this feature is activated the
code is asked each time the phone is
turned on.
To change the phone lock code:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Security
3 Select Phone lock change
and follow the instructions displayed.
to validate the
4 Press OK
new code.
To activate / deactivate the phone
lock code,
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Security
3 Select Phone lock enable (if
the code was disabled) or
Phone lock disable (if the
code was enabled)
and
enter your Phone lock code.
4 Emergency calls can still be made when phone lock is
activated.
PIN code
Your SIM card was provided with a 4
to 8 digit PIN code as a protection
against unauthorised usage. When
enabled the PIN code is required each
time you turn your mobile on. If a
wrong PIN code is entered three times
in succession your SIM card is
blocked. The 8 digit PUK code is then
requested to unblock your phone.
Please contact your service provider
to get this code.
To activate the PIN protection:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Security
3 Select PIN enable (if the
code was disabled) or PIN
disable (if the code was enabled)
and enter your Pin
code
.
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Settings
To remove call barring or check its
status:
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select GSM Services
.
3 Select Call barring
To change the PIN code (PIN must
first be enabled),
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Security
and
3 Select PIN change
follow the displayed information.
to validate your
4 Press OK
new PIN code.
PIN2 code
PIN2 code prevents unauthorised access to some of the mobile features
(e.g. activating/deactivating FDN operations, modifying the FDN phonebook, setting calls costs to zero,
modifying the costs display features). This code can be changed but
not be activated or deactivated.
Please contact your service provider
to get your PIN2 code.
To change the PIN2 code,
. Select Settings.
1 Press
.
2 Select Security
and
3 Select PIN2 change
follow the displayed information.
to validate your
4 Press OK
new PIN code.
PUK code
The PUK (PIN unblock key) is an 8
digit code supplied by your service
provider. It is used to unblock the
phone when a wrong PIN code has
been entered incorrectly three times.
A PUK code cannot be changed.
When requested enter the PUK code
and select OK
. You are then asked
to enter a new PIN code. Follow the
displayed prompts to reset the PIN
code.
4 If you have entered the wrong PUK code 10 times in
succession your SIM card is definitely blocked. Contact
your service provider to get a new card.
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PUK2 code
The PUK2 is an 8 digit code supplied
by your service provider. It is used to
unblock the phone when a wrong
PIN2 code was entered incorrectly
three times. A PUK2 code cannot be
changed. When requested enter the
PUK2 code..
4 If you have entered the wrong PUK2 code 10 times in
succession using the features requiring the PIN2 code,
your mobile is definitely blocked. Contact your service
provider for a new card.
Summary of code/password entry chart
Password
If
Number
blocked
of alLength
or
lowed
forgottrials
ten
Phone
lock code
4 digits
Unlimited
Return
phone to
manufacturer
PIN
4-8
digits
3
Unblocked
by use of
PUK code
PIN2
4-8
digits
3
Unblocked
by use of
PUK2
PUK
8 digits
10
Contact
your
service
provider
PUK2
8 digits
10
Contact
your
service
provider
Call barring password
4 digits
Defined
by service
provider
Contact
your
service
provider
i-mode
lock code
4 digits
Return
phone to
Unlimited manufacturer
When scrolling to the Tools menu from
the main Icons menu direct access to the
Infrared port section is possible by selecting Infrared on the left side of the display.
The Tools menu allows access to a diary,
a voice memo, a calculator, a currency
converter, an alarm clock and an infrared
port parameter.
Diary
The Diary is divided into three parts:
• The calendar (to manage the events),
• The tasks list (to manage the tasks),
• The Storage used (to provide the diary
memory information).
An event is a diary entry that has a direct implication on your timetable (e.g. a meeting).
A task is a diary entry that has no direct
implication on your timetable (e.g. organising a journey).
• Location
• Repetition
6 Enter or select the requested
data. Confirm each entry by
pressing OK
.
7 Select Save
to confirm
data storage.
To view today’s entries:
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Diary
3 Select Calendar
.
4 Select Options
.
to view the
5 Select Today
current day’s entries or select
Day to view the selected day’s
entries.
Calendar
The calendar allows to store up to
100 events to occur either once, daily,
weekly, monthly or yearly. Each entry
can contain up to 50 characters plus
a reminder alarm. Events can be
viewed on a daily, a weekly or a
monthly basis. Events can be sent via
the IrDA port or by SMS.
To enter an event:
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Diary
3
Select Calendar
. A Monthly
or Daily view is displayed according
to the previously stored events.
.
4 Select Options
.
5 Select New event
An empty new event card is displayed with the following fields:
• Title (to type up to 10 characters)
• Description (to type up to 50
characters)
• Starting date and time
• Ending date and time
• Alarm
Each event is displayed on one line as
follows :
• A graphic representation if an
alarm was set,
• The event starting time,
• The first part of the event
title,
• Red events show time conflicts were found on two or
more events.
The following actions are available:
Actions
Purpose
To move down to the
next event or loops back
to the first one
To move up to the
previous event or loops
to the last one
To move to the previous
day
To move to the next day
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Tools
Tools
An Options list is available. It allows
to go to the Today, Week or Month
view, to manage an event (New
event, Modify, Send by IrDA, Send by
SMS, Delete event, Delete all events,
View tasks).
To view weekly entries,
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Diary
3 Select Calendar
.
4 Select Options
.
5 Select Week view .
1
2
3
4
5
Press
. Select Tools.
Select Diary
.
Select Calendar
.
Select Options
.
Select Month view
.
The whole month is displayed.
If the selected month is the current
one, today's number is rounded and
coloured. Colours show the days
(and alarm activation) of the stored
events.
The following actions are available:
The week events are in chronological
order. Each event is represented as a
bar (its length depends on its duration; the red
colour shows if the alarm is activated
or not).
The following actions are available:
Actions
Purpose
To move down to the
next time interval
To move up to the next
time interval
(short To move to the previous
press)
day
(long To scroll to the previous
press)
week
(short To move to the
press)
following day
(long To scroll to the
press)
following week
An Options list is available. It allows
to go to the Today, Day view, Month
view, to create a New event, to delete all events, and to view tasks.
To view monthly entries:
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Actions
(short
press)
(long
press)
(short
press)
(long
press)
Purpose
To move down within
the current display
To move up within the
current display
To move to the previous
day
To scroll to the previous
month
To move to the
following day
To scroll to the
following month
An Options list is available. It allows
to go to the Today, Day or Week
view, to create a new event, to delete
all events, and to view tasks.
Tasks list
This feature enables to store up to
100 tasks to be done (To do), scheduled with a start, and a due date,
with or without a reminder alarm.
Tasks can be sent through the IrDA
port.
1
2
3
4
Press
. Select Tools.
Select Diary
.
Select Tasks list
.
Select New task
and enter
the required information.
An empty task card is displayed
with the following fields:
• A title (up to 10 characters)
• A description (up to 50 characters)
• A starting date
• A due date
• An audio alarm which can be
activated at your required time
then Save
5 Select OK
to store the new task.
To display a tasks list:
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Diary
3 Select Tasks list
.
4 Select Current tasks or
Elapsed tasks.
The tasks are displayed in a list, ordered by date. If an alarm is activated for a task, is displayed.
An Options list is available. It allows to Modify the current task, to
create a New task, to Send a task
by IrDA, to Send a task by SMS, to
delete the current task, to delete
all tasks.
Alarm notification
The alarm notification screen is displayed on due time according to the
event or task it is related to.
If it is not acknowledged the alarm
stops ringing after 60 seconds. It automatically restarts up to n times (n is set
by the operator) after a snooze time until it is stopped or up to the beginning/
ending time and date of the event/task.
Press Valid
to acknowledge the
alarm or press Snooze
to repeat
the alarm after the snooze period.
Snooze is only available on an event alarm.
Storage used
This feature displays the number of
calendar registered events and tasks.
Up to 100 events and 100 tasks can
be registered.
The following actions are available
through the Options
softkey:
Actions
Delete
events
Delete
tasks
Delete all
events
Delete all
tasks
Purpose
To delete all the period
events.
To delete all period tasks.
To delete the whole file
(events) contents.
To delete the whole file
(tasks) contents.
Data exchange
The purpose of this feature is to allow
easy transfer of vCards and vCalendars.
A vCard or a vCalendar are phonebook cards and diary cards that are
sent or received to/from another device (mobile, computer,...). When a
vCard or a vCalendar is received on
the phone, a beep sound is heard
and the Reception box icon is displayed with the number of files in it.
Storing a received vCard
on the
1 Select Read
2
3
4
5
standby display when you
have received the file.
Select the received
document (.vcf).
Select Options
.
Select Store
.
Select Phone names, Sim
names, Sim fixed or My
card
. Copied is displayed,
the vCard is then stored.
Storing a received vCalendar
on the
1 Select Read
standby display when you
have received the file.
2 Select the received document
(.vcs).
3 Select Options
.
. Stored is
4 Select Store
displayed, the vCalendar is
then stored.
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Tools
To enter a new task:
Sending a vCard or a vCalendar via
SMS
1 Select the vCard or the vCalen-
2
3
4
5
dar you wish to transfer as
explained in Viewing and calling phonebook numbers,
page 19, Calendar, page 57
and Tasks list, page 58 or select
it from the Reception box.
Select Options
.
Select Send by SMS
.A
warning may then be displayed, advising on the number
of SMS needed to send the
card (if more than 1 SMS
needed).
Select OK
if you wish to
continue.
Enter the number you want to
send the vCard or the vCalendar to, or pick up a name from
the Names
.
Voice memo
This feature allows you to record up to 120
seconds of voice memo or phone conversation.
In compliance with European regulations, you have to inform your correspondent before recording a phone
conversation.
To record a voice memo:
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Voice memo
.
3 Select Record
To record a voice memo while in conversation:
.
1 Select Options
.
2 Select Record
The display shows the recording
time left. The recording then
starts.
Press Stop
to end the
recording.
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To listen to the voice memo,
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Voice memo
.
3 Select Play back
The recorded memo length of time
is displayed.
to listen to the
4 Select Read
memo.
to end the
5 Select Stop
memo playing.
To erase the memos
Press
. Select Tools.
Select Voice memo
.
Select Play back
.
Select Read
.
Select Erase
to delete the
memos from the memory.
1
2
3
4
5
4 The Voice memo can be directly reached from the
stand by display. Press
Press and hold
to play the stored memo.
to record a memo.
Calculator
This feature allows simple calculations using
+ (plus), - (minus), * (multiplication), / (division) and % (percentage) functions.
If the currency converter is initialised, numbers can be converted during calculations.
To use the calculator,
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Calculator
The calculator icon (
) and 0
are displayed. The phone is ready
to perform simple calculations.
Press keys
to
to type numbers.
Press the
multitap (for further details on the multitap text entry method please see Entering text, page 24)
to get +, -, * and / symbols. Use the
multitap to type decimal points
or %.
Press Clear
during a calculation
to correct an entry. Press =
to
get the operation result.
e.g: 144 x 12 = 1728
Display
144
*
12
=
1728
Following the above example, pressing =
again calculates 1728 x 12
= 20736
Pressing Clear
deletes the result.
4 The % function can only be used (entered) as the last
operator during a calculation.
e.g.250 - 10% = 225
An integrated currency converter facility is also available. The currency con-
verter needs to be set before being
used. See Currency converter underneath.
e.g. using the currency converter £-€:
€ 154 + € 3 = £ 97.1374.
Key sequence
Display
Curr.
95.2813
+
1.8561
=
97.1374
4 1. This example was made on the basis of the fol-
lowing exchange rate: €1 = £0.61871
2. The Currency converter feature can be reached from
the Calculator and from the Currency converter submenus.
Currency converter
This feature allows currency converting.
The currencies and exchange rates have
to be entered before first use. The conversion is calculated on the per unit exchange rate of the second selected
currency.
To select the currencies and the exchange rate:
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Currency converter
.
3 Select Settings
4 Enter the first currency name
(e.g. Euro). Press OK
.
Enter the second currency name
(e.g. Dollar). Press OK
.
5 Enter the exchange rate using
to enter a decimal point.
Press OK
to validate the
entry. Press Save
to confirm
data storage.
To calculate the conversion between
the chosen currencies:
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Currency converter
3 Scroll through the panels and fill
in one of the first two options.
4 Enter the amount to be converted. Press
to insert a decimal point if needed.
Press OK
. The converted
amount and the exchange rate
information are displayed.
Alarm clock
This feature allows setting a daily 'Reminder Alarm'.
To set a time and turn the alarm on:
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Alarm clock
and enter the
3 Select On
alarm time or press OK
to
validate the displayed time.
is displayed when coming
back to the standby display.
4 When 'on' the alarm operates at the same time every
day until turned off.
If the phone is off at alarm time the
phone automatically switches on.
To use the alarm as a Reminder or a
Snooze Alarm:
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Tools
Key sequence
Press No ring
, or any other
key (except Valid.
) to stop
the alarm. The alarm icons remain on the display and the
alarm re-starts ringing 3 minutes
later.
or
Press Valid.
or Ok
to acknowledge and end the alarm
ringing.
If the phone is locked or if the PIN
setting is on, the phone returns to
this locked state after the alarm has
rung until you operate it.
If the alarm is acknowledged but not
validated the alarm indicators remain on the display for up to 15 minutes (it afterwards either goes back
to its 'on' or 'off' previous state).
4 1. If the Valid softkey is not pressed after the 3rd (and
final) alarm ringing the ringing is not repeated but
the phone remains on for 15 minutes. After those
15 minutes the phone reverts to its state before the
alarm sounded.
2. If a call is on at alarm time a 'Call in progress' alert
beep sounds and a visual alert is displayed every 3
minutes. Validate or acknowledge the alarm the
usual way.
To turn the alarm off:
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Alarm clock
3 Select Off.
transferred one by one.
Opening the infrared port
Opening the infrared port allows
to receive information via this
port.
Once opened, the infrared port
can be used for any kind of transfer (data, fax, file transfer,...). The
infrared port is automatically
closed after a while.
To open the infrared port,
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Infrared port
3 Select Open . Confirmation
is displayed.
is displayed
on top of the standby display
to confirm the port opening.
Closing the infrared port
Closing the infrared port closes
all infrared sessions.
To close the infrared port:
. Select Tools.
1 Press
.
2 Select Infrared port
.
3 Select Close
Transferring a name card via
the infrared port
1
Infrared port
2
The infrared port allows to exchange data
between the mobile and other devices
(provided they have an infrared port).
Via the infrared port you can download or
send files such as images for your wallpaper (see Pictures, page 30 ), send or receive
name cards,...
To initiate a transfer via the infrared port,
your mobile must be placed facing another
infrared port before port opening.
Both ports can then be opened and synchronised. The requested transfer can be
performed. Objects (e.g name cards) are
3
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4
You can transfer name via the infrared port:
Place your mobile opposite the
other device infrared port.
Open the other device infrared
port.
Select the card you wish to
transfer as explained in section
Viewing and calling phonebook
numbers, page 19.
Select Options
. Select
Send by IrDA
. The infrared
port is opened and the transfer
is then performed.
4 You cannot send by IrDA any of the multimedia files
(images and melodies) you have downloaded via the
i-mode browser (see i-mode applications, page 38).
Games
Games
The availability and appearance of the
games on your mobile depend on the services provided by your network operator
(please check with your network operator
for more information).
Rayman Bowling™ and Rayman
Garden™
To play one of these games:
. Select Games.
1 Press
2 Choose the game you wish to
play and press Ok
to choose
the difficulty level.
Select Highest Score
to
view the best and last scores.
Select Parameters
to set
if you wish sound effects or
no sound and to select the
volume level.
Select Instructions
for
instructions on how to play
the game and the controls to
be used.
to start the
4 Select Play
game.
3 Select Level
If a call is received whilst a game is being
played the normal received call display
will be shown and the call is answered in
the normal way. When the call is finished
the game resumes if you have not accessed the menu while in conversation.
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Appendix
Expression
Glossary
PIN/PIN2
Expression
AC/DC
charger
Meaning
Alternating Current/Direct Current charger
The call currently in conActive call
versation
Alternate Line (Line 2)
ALS
Service
Advise of Charge - subAoC
scription service
CB
Cell Broadcast
Caller Line Identity - disCLI
plays callers telephone
number
Conversation When the phone is makmode
ing or receiving a call
Data Encryption StandDES
ard
Diverts incoming calls to
the phone to another
Diverting
number
DTC
Desk Top Charger
Dual Tone MultifreDTMF
quency Tones
FDN
Fixed Dialling Number
Global System for MoGSM
bile communications
HyperText Transfer Prohttp
tocol
Information Numbers of
IN
your operator
IP
Internet Protocol
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
MMI
Man Machine Interface
PPP
PUK/PUK2
Roaming
(Rm)
SDN
SIM
SMS
SPN
SR
Stand by
mode
URL
Meaning
Personal Identification
Number. Supplied by
your
network/service
provider
Point to Point Protocol
PIN Unblocking Key.
Used to unlock PIN and
PIN2. Supplied by your
network/service provider
The ability to use your
telephone on networks
different from your
home network.
Service Dialling Number
of your operator or service provider
Subscriber
Identity
Module. Supplied by
your
network/service
provider
Short Message Service
Service Provider Name
Status Report - relates
to SMS messages
When the phone is on
but not receiving/making a call or menu navigating.
Uniform Resource
Locator
65
Trouble shooting
Problem
Phone does
not switch
on
No flashing
battery icon
while
charging
Short stand
by and talk
times
Impossible to
dial numbers
Impossible to
make or
receive a call
66
Possible cause and
solution
Check that the battery is
fully charged and correctly
connected to the phone.
There may be no mains
supply. Try a different
electrical socket.
The AC/DC charger may be
faulty. Return to your
dealer and try substitution
with another Mitsubishi
Electric adaptor. If faulty
contact your dealer.
Cell broadcast is permanently on, using more battery power.
Phone is in a poor signal
area and therefore always
on full power.
Incorrect charging and
discharging.
Always
charge and discharge your
battery fully.
The battery is wearing out.
Replace the battery.
Keypad lock is on (
appears). Press Unlock
and
to turn the keypad
lock off.
Check at least one signal
strength bar ( ) is displayed. Try a stronger signal strength area.
If no network name is displayed, check registration
and area coverage with
your service/network provider and check the SIM is
correctly inserted.
Call barring option is on.
Deactivate
it
(see
page 54). Call cost limit is
reached (see page 16).
Problem
Possible cause and
solution
Stored
telephone
numbers
cannot be
recalled
Fixed Dialled Number or
Call Barring features are
activated. Deactivate feature. (see pages 54).
The mobile
is on but
nothing is
displayed.
Display contrast is down
too low. Reset contrast
(see page 48).
• May indicate a charge
or battery problem.
Battery icon
Disconnect the charger.
not
Reconnect
and
try
flashing 1-2again.
3-4-5 during • May also indicate the
charging
battery is full and does
not need more charging.
Flashing
There is not enough
memory to store another
SMS message. You must
delete one or more of the
existing stored messages
(see page 23).
Error messages
Problem
Possible cause and
solution
Allowed
credit
reached!
You are trying to place
an outgoing call and the
allowed credit is already
reached.
The allowed credit limit
is reached during an
outgoing call (the call is
then aborted).
Busy
You are trying to make a
call and the call fails because the destination
number is already engaged in conversation.
Call failed
The user is unreachable.
The outgoing call fails
due to:
• the network cannot
take the call due to
system busy or
• the number is out of
order or
• the
number
is
unreachable or
• the network does not
answer or
• the option to hide
your phone number
when calling is not
supported by the network
Control the ability to
hide your ID when making a call (service availability in network).
Cancelled.
No type
selected
Cell broadcast activation has been requested
but no message type
has been selected.
Failed
An SMS sending process
failed (the short message cannot be sent).
Problem
Cannot
execute
command
Possible cause and
solution
You have made a request which is impossible to be executed in
the current call situation.
The short message text
cannot be displayed
Can't display
(characters not recogmessage
nised, incorrect format
etc.)
Check SIM!
There is no SIM present
or the SIM is incorrectly
inserted.
Check your
password
You changed the call
barring password or
You changed the call
barring service status.
The entered password
seems to be wrong or
incorrect.
Check your
request
You made a request for
a service that seems to
be impossible to fulfil.
You tried to activate a
GSM service. You are reCheck your quested to check your
subscription subscription regarding
the
related
service
rights of use/access.
Error!
The network cannot
perform your request
and generates an error
result.
Incorrect
entry
You entered a character
string with a syntax error.
Number
changed
The called number has
changed.
67
Possible cause and
solution
• You tried to make a
call and the call is
rejected by the network because the
network does not recognise the phone
number structure or
you tried to store a
Invalid
phone number that is
too long to be stored
number
in the selected location or
• you tried to move a
phone entry to a location that is unable to
receive the phone
number (phone number
too long).
You tried to make a call.
Network
The call is rejected by
the network due to conbusy
gestion problems.
When selecting network
manual search, you
Network not
have selected a network
allowed
that rejects the connection.
New PIN
Changing PIN: the new
incorrect.
PIN code values differ
(value control).
Try again
Problem
New PIN2
incorrect.
Try again
Changing PIN2: the new
PIN2 code values differ
(value control).
A wrong PIN code has
PIN blocked
been entered 3 times.
PIN2
A wrong PIN2 code has
been entered 3 times.
blocked
A wrong PUK2 code has
been entered 10 times.
PUK2
The SIM services protected by the PIN2 code
blocked
have now been permanently disabled.
68
Problem
No response
Not allowed
Not allowed
(fixed
dialling)
Ring volume
Off
Reaching
allowed
credit!
Service not
available
SIM blocked.
Contact
provider
SIM blocked.
Enter PUK:
Message not
sent
Internal
fault
Possible cause and
solution
You made a call to a remote user and no response
has
been
received.
Your number/character
entry is not allowed.
A call is tried, but cancelled due to fixed dialling
control
(the
number dialled does not
match with one of the
fixed dialling numbers
in memory).
The ring volume is set to
0 (no volume)
The cost limit is about to
be reached. The connected call ends automatically when the limit
is reached.
Activating some GSM
services that are not
available on the network
A wrong PUK has been
entered 10 times.
The SIM card has been
permanently disabled
and needs to be replaced by a new one.
A wrong PIN code has
been entered 3 times.
Enter the PUK code to
unblock the SIM card.
The handset may be out
of the network range or
the network is temporarily overloaded.
An unrecoverable error
has occurred. Switch
the handset off and
back on again.
Problem
SIM fixed
full
SIM names
full
Phone
names full
Possible cause and
solution
The corresponding
memory is full.
Problem
Server limit
reached
A new service has been
received but the remaining storage space is not
sufficient to store it. Delete one or more registered
service(s)
Settings menu - and accept the new service or
discard the new service.
File
protected
The file cannot be exported (copyright).
You cannot send any of
the melodies or images
received via the
i-mode.
Wrong code. A wrong phone lock
code has been entered.
Try again
Wrong new
code. Try
again
The new phone lock
codes do not match
(value control).
Wrong PIN,
try again
Wrong PIN2,
try again
The wrong code has
Wrong PUK,
been entered.
try again
Wrong
PUK2, try
again
Invalid
Service
Menu
An invalid service menu
has been sent to the
handset. The invalid service menu is ignored, no
further action necessary.
Your request was acPage has no cepted by the network
content
but the required server
page is empty.
File too big
The file dimensions (pixels) and/or
weight (kB) are not
adapted to your mobile.
Resize the file (maximum weight = 30 kB).
Connection
failed
Connection with the
server cannot be established for one of the following reasons:
• The server is busy. Try
to connect later.
• The server is down.
Try to connect later.
• The network is not
reachable. Check the
GPRS service icon is
displayed on standby
mode.
You have not registered to
Registration
any service. Go to the
required
Service registration menu.
Menu limit
reached
A new service menu item
has been received but the
remaining storage space
is not sufficient to store
it. Delete one or more
registered menu items
(My Services menu) and
accept the new menu or
discard the new menu.
The received file bears
invalid information or
Invalid data
the melody format canreceived
not be recognised by
the mobile
Possible cause and
solution
69
Guarantee
Pan European Service
Should you experience any difficulty
then please contact your nearest
Mitsubishi Electric representative in
the list below for information on
service centres.
UNITED KINGDOM
ESPAÑA
Tel: (0800) 912 00 20
Tel: (902) 11 68 58
FRANCE
ITALIA
Tel: (0825) 86 82 83
Tel: (800) 27 59 02
DEUTSCHLAND
IRELAND
Tel: (01803) 33 71 84
Tel: (1800) 92 70 12
BELGIUM
SWITZERLAND
Tel: (0800) 75733
Tel: 032 843 65 11
AUSTRIA
FINLAND
Tel: (0800) 292716
Tel: (0800) 116 975
PORTUGAL
SWEDEN
Tel: (0800) 880 264
Tel: (0200) 214 715
THE NETHERLANDS
Tel: (0800) 0223825
Important : to obtain the Mitsubishi
Electric warranty service, the original
purchase invoice from the dealer is required.
Pan-European End-User
Guarantee Conditions
1.Melco Mobile Communications Europe S.A.
(MMCE) guarantees that for a period
of twelve (12) months from the date of
purchase from the dealer, the product
shall be free from defects in materials
and workmanship. If the statutory warranty in force in your country exceeds
12 months, the statutory warranty is
not affected by this manufacturer’s
guarantee. This guarantee also covers
batteries for a period of six (6) months
from the date of purchase from the
dealer. Subject to the conditions below,
MMCE will indemnify you against all
cost of parts and labour for repairs to or
replacement of the product or parts
(which may include equipment of similar type) where conducted by an authorised Mitsubishi Electric service
centre. MMCE shall be entitled to retain
product that has been replaced.
2.Any claims must be made to an authorised Mitsubishi Electric service
centre. You can contact the Mitsubishi
Electric representatives listed above to
obtain details of your nearest author70
ised Mitsubishi Electric service centre.
As a condition of this guarantee, the
date of the purchase must be confirmed by producing the original invoice
from
the
dealer.
Final
determination of guarantee claim eligibility shall be made by MMCE.
3.This guarantee does not cover:
a)non-compliance with directions for
use;
b)installation or removal charges where
the product is installed in a vehicle;
c)defects or failures caused by accident,
misuse, improper installation or improper repair by an unauthorized repairer, alteration or modification, neglect, failure
to use for normal purpose, Acts of
God, water ingress, use in adverse environmental conditions (humidity or
temperature);
d)cost of or performance of modifications to product to adapt or adjust to
conform to national or local safety
laws, where such safety laws go beyond harmonised European Union
standards;
e)loss of use of the product or consequential loss of any nature;
f)loss of use of air-time, loss of use of
any loaned equipment or ancillary
equipment;
g)provision of incorrect or insufficient
signal on air-time network, upgrading of product software to changes in
network operating parameters, main
supply voltage fluctuations, incorrect
SIM card (memory card) parameters
for connection to airtime retailer;
h)damage caused by non-Mitsubishi
Electric accessories.
4.Any guarantee claim or service does
not extend the original guarantee period unless so required by prevailing
national law.
5.This guarantee is valid only if the
product is purchased and used in the
European Union, Norway, Iceland or
Switzerland.
THIS GUARANTEE DOES NOT AFFECT
YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS.
MELCO MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS EUROPE S.A.
5, rue de la Chataigneraie
35510 Cesson Sévigné
France
www.mitsubishi-telecom.com
A
AC/DC adaptor charger ..........
Alarm clock ..............................
Alert mode ......................... 7,
Animated .gif ..........................
Any key answer .......................
Auto
Answer ..............................
Retry ..................................
Auto Switch Off ......................
Auto Switch On .......................
Automatic search ....................
Index
Index
10
61
46
17
48
49
49
49
49
54
B
Backlight .................................. 47
Balance information ............... 15
Banner, wallpaper and welcome
animation ............................. 30
Banners
Downloading ................... 31
Barring password
Call .................................... 55
Battery
Disposal ............................ 11
Safety information .......... 10
Use .................................... 10
Broadcast
Language .......................... 29
Message types ................. 29
C
Calculator ................................
Call
Duration ...........................
Reminder ..........................
Times .................................
Call barring ....................... 54,
Password ..........................
Call cost
Reset .................................
Call hold ...................................
Call management
Call costs ..........................
Call timer
Reset .................................
Call waiting .............................
Caller line identity ...................
Calls & Times ...........................
Call costs ................... 15,
Call timers ................. 14,
Calls log ............................
Line selection ...................
Calls Log ..................................
Care and maintenance ...........
60
CB .............................................
CB messages
Reading .............................
Cell broadcast .........................
CLI .............................................
Composed melodies ...............
Connection manager ..............
Details ...............................
Mode of operation ..........
Connection profile ..................
Credit limit ...............................
Cropping ..................................
Currency-converter .................
D
Data exchange ........................
Diary
Calendar .................... 57,
Tasks list ...........................
Display ................................ 7,
Display contrast ......................
Diverting incoming calls .........
Downloaded melodies ...........
Downloading
infrared port .....................
Draft text
Editing ..............................
E
Editing a draft text .................
Emergency calls .......................
Entering text ............................
Error messages ........................
28
29
28
53
33
51
51
51
51
16
31
61
59
58
59
47
48
51
33
32
26
FDN ........................................... 21
Fixed dialling numbers ........... 21
16
52
G
15
52
53
14
16
15
14
16
14
10
F
General
Safety .................................. 9
Getting started .......................... 6
Glossary ................................... 65
GPRS .................................... 7, 13
Graphic display icons ............. 13
Graphics themes ..................... 47
GSM Services
Call diverting ............. 51, 52
Network ............................ 54
13
35
35
30
34
35
35
37
51
36
62
62
62
K
Keypad lock ............................. 48
L
Language selection ................. 49
Line 1 ................... 14, 16, 21, 52
Line 2 ............. 14, 16, 21, 48, 52
M
26
10
24
67
15
15
14
55
11
15
I
Icons .........................................
Images & Melodies
Reception box ..................
Storage used ....................
Images & melodies .................
Melodies ...........................
Storage used ....................
Images and melodies
Inbox .................................
i-mode ......................................
Incoming Calls
Diverting ...........................
Information numbers .............
Infrared port ............................
Close .................................
Open .................................
Managing SMS messages ......
Melodies ..................................
Composed melodies ........
Download .........................
Predefined melodies ........
Melody composer ...................
Messages ................... 23, 29,
Inbox .................................
Outbox ..............................
Reception Alert ................
Settings .............................
Storage used ....................
Text models ......................
Write new .........................
Mobile number
Hiding ...............................
Showing ............................
Mode of operation
Standard ...........................
Multipress text entry ..............
Multitap text entry ..................
My Banner ...............................
My number ..............................
23
32
34
32
34
33
65
23
28
23
24
28
26
27
53
53
51
24
24
47
21
71
Index
N
Network ................................... 53
Network serv. .......................... 36
O
Outbox ..................................... 27
P
Phone
Settings ............................. 46
Phone Book ............................. 17
Add name .................. 17, 18
Calling numbers ............... 19
Deleting images ............... 17
Fixed dialling .................... 21
Free space ......................... 19
My numbers ..................... 21
Read .................................. 19
Storage used .................... 19
Viewing numbers ............ 19
Voice dialling ................... 22
Phone lock ............................... 55
Code ........................... 11, 55
Phonebook card
Image ................................ 17
Pictures .................................... 30
Pictures list .............................. 17
PIN code ................................... 55
PIN/PIN2 codes ........................ 11
PIN2 code ................................ 56
Predefined melodies ............... 34
Preliminary ................................. 3
Preliminary operations ............. 3
Problems ..................... 67, 68, 69
PUK code ................................. 56
PUK/PUK2 Codes ..................... 11
PUK2 code ............................... 56
R
Ramping ..................................
Reading an SMS message ......
Rejecting a second call ...........
Reminder - call time ...............
Ring ..........................................
Ring tone .................................
S
47
23
52
15
46
46
Safety information .................... 9
Battery .............................. 10
disposing of waste
packaging ..................... 11
Security codes .................. 11
72
Vehicle safety ..................... 9
Your responsibility ........... 11
SDN numbers .......................... 36
Security .................................... 55
Codes ................................ 11
Features ............................ 55
Sending an SMS message ...... 26
Setting an image
Banner or wallpaper ........ 31
Settings ............................. 29, 46
Auto features ............ 49, 50
Broadcast .......................... 29
Default settings ............... 50
Graphics themes .............. 47
Melodies ........................... 33
Phone settings .......... 48, 49
Security ...................... 55, 56
Tones ......................... 46, 47
Voice Mail ......................... 48
Show costs .............................. 16
Silent ........................................ 46
SIM
Application tool kit .......... 36
Card .................................... 6
SMS .......................................... 23
Move to SIM ..................... 23
SMS messages
Managing ......................... 23
Preparing your phone ..... 24
Reading ............................. 23
Sending ............................. 26
Solutions .............. 66, 67, 68, 69
Speed dialling .......................... 49
Standby display ......................... 7
Storage consumption ............. 28
Storing names and numbers . 17
T
T9 text entry ............................
Tegic (T9) .................................
Text
writing ..............................
Text entry
Multipress mode ..............
Multitap mode .................
T9 mode ...........................
Tones ........................................
Tools .........................................
Alarm clock ................ 61,
Calculator .........................
Diary ..................................
Time and date ..................
Voice memo .....................
Trouble shooting ....................
Turning
26
26
24
24
24
26
46
57
62
60
57
50
60
66
Off ....................................... 7
On ....................................... 6
Turning the mobile off ............. 7
V
vCalendar
Sending ............................. 60
vCard
Storing .............................. 59
Vehicle safety ............................ 9
Vibrate ..................................... 46
& ring ................................ 46
then ring ........................... 46
Viewing an image ................... 30
Voice dialling
Creating a voice pattern . 22
Making a call .................... 22
Voice Mail
Alert .................................. 48
Call .................................... 48
Number ............................. 48
Voice mail ................................ 48
Voice memo ............................ 60
Volume
Alarm ................................ 46
Conversation .................... 46
Key tones .......................... 46
Ring ................................... 46
Volume adjustments .............. 46
W
Welcome animation ........ 30, 47