Philips CTX503WHT/00 User's Manual

Discover your phone
3.5mm headset jack
Back of phone: 3.2MP camera lens
+/-Side volume key
TFT LCD
Charger & USB port
Left soft key
Pick-up key
Alphanumeric keypad
Lock/unlock key,
Symbol input
Right soft key
Navigation and , keys
Hang-up and On/
Off key
Meeting profile On/
Off, selection of text
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How to ...
Switch the phone On/Off
Long press and release ).
Enter your PIN code
Enter your PIN code using the keypad and press , to confirm.
Lock/Unlock keypad
On the idle screen, long press
*.
*. To unlock keypad, long press
Make a call
Enter the phone number by using the keypad and press (.
Answer a call
When the phones rings, press (.
End a call
Press ).
Activate/Deactivate
handsfree mode
During a call, press ,Handfree/Handheld.
Access received messages/
missed calls
On idle screen, press ,View.
Select text entry method
Press # repeatedly on the editing screen. Long press * to turn
T9 input on or off. Long press # and release to access Writing
Language screen.
Access main menu
On the idle screen, press ,Menu.
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Dual SIM settings
On the idle screen, press ,Menu to go to Settings > SIM settings,
press + or - and , to select: Dual SIM setting, Mode setting or Query
on power up.
Access a submenu directly
On the idle screen, press RShortcut.
Quickly return to idle
when browsing menus
Press ).
Vibration on/off (for default
Meeting profile)
Long press # on the idle screen.
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Soft keys
The ,, L and R are located at the top of
the keypad area. Pressing the soft keys allow you
to select the options above them on the screen.
Such options are contextual: they vary according
to current context.
Applications
Browser
Media player
page 46
page 42
page 48
Camera
Messages
My files
page 44
page 22
page 54
Tools
Contacts
Profiles
Main Menu
The main menu gives you access to all the
different features of your mobile phone. The
table below summarizes the functional icons on
the main menu. To find more information about
their functions, refer to the pages.
page 36
page 32
page 61
Bluetooth
Calls
Settings
page 58
page 57
page 62
On the idle screen, press ,Menu on idle screen
to access the main menu and press +, -, < or > to
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navigate through the icons and lists. Press ,Select to
access the options related to the selected item.
Press RBack to return to previous menu. Press
) to return to the idle screen.
Fast Keys
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Long press to enter “+” when
making international calls.
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Long press to access the voice
mailbox.
#
Long press to select/unselect
Meeting profile (by default,
vibration on or off for incoming
calls or messages).
Navigation keys
You can configure the navigation keys +, -, < or
> to access your favourite features directly. On
the idle screen, press the keys to access the
features.
Go to Settings > General > Fast keys to check the
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default settings of the navigation keys +, -, < or >.
To change the default settings,
1. Select the item to be changed.
2. Press ,Edit to assign a new shortcut to the
key.
3. Press + or - to select, and ,Select to
confirm.
Shortcut menu
With shortcuts, you can access a functional submenu directly. You can select the desired
shortcuts and rank them in the order of
preference.
To set your shortcut menu
1. Go to Settings > General > Shortcut.
2. Press + or - to check the list of functional
displays. To select/unselect an item, press
,Enable/Disable.
3. Press LOptions > Add to add a shortcut.
To use your shortcut menu
• On the idle screen, press RShortcut, and
you can select a functional display as desired.
The idle screen switches to the relevant
display.
Power-saving mode
To unlock the keypad
Long press *.
To lock the keypad manually
On the idle screen, long press *.
After the set time span, the phone has the idle
screen turned off automatically. To exit the
power-saving mode, press any key. For powersaving purpose, set the time span to a low value
in Settings > General > Display > Backlight level &
Backlight duration.
Auto keypad lock
In the idle mode, your phone can have the
keypad locked automatically after the set time
span.
To set the auto keypad lock
Go to Settings > Security > Auto keypad lock.
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Table of contents
Table of contents
1 Getting Started
Insert the SIM card
Charge the battery
Mode settings
Set clock
Insert the micro-SD card
Remove SIM2
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2 Text Entry
Select text entry methods
Entering text
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3 Calling
Making a call
Answering and ending a call
Options during a call
Handling multiple calls
(Network-dependent)
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Making an emergency call
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4 Messaging
Creating messages
Organizing your messages
Defining your message settings
E-mail
Broadcast messages
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5 Contacts
Adding or editing contacts
Searching for a contact
Managing your contacts
Create your name card
Special numbers
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6 Tools
Using your business organizer
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8 Camera
Camera
Video recorder
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9 Applications
Java games and application
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10 Media player
Music player
FM radio
View photos
Play video clips
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11 My files
Finding your files
Managing your files
Sharing your files
Using your files
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Create your task list
Check your calendar
Edit your task list
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Sound recorder
Using your clock and timer
Alarm
Stopwatch
Text reader
Others
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Calculator
Unit converter
Currency converter
7 Browser
Managing your browser
Accessing web sites
Enabling/ disabling push messages
STK
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12 Calls
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13 Bluetooth
About Bluetooth
Connecting to a Bluetooth device
Getting connected by
a Bluetooth device
Editing your device list
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14 Profiles
Adjusting ringer settings to
different scenes
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15 Settings
SIM settings
General
Call settings
Network
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Security
Restore factory settings
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Icons & Symbols
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Precautions
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Tips
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Troubleshooting
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Philips Authentic Accessories
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Trademark Declaration
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Specific Absorption Rate Information 84
Limited Warranty
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Declaration of Conformity
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Table of contents
Inserting the SIM card
1 Getting Started
Congratulations on your purchase and welcome
to Philips!
To get the most of your product and enjoy all
Philips has to offer, register your product at
www.philips.com/welcom.
Follow the steps bellow to insert your new SIM
cards. Remember to switch off your mobile
phone before removing the back cover.
1.
Press on the back cover and slide the cover
as shown.
Please read the safety instructions in the
"Precautions" section before use.
To use your phone, you must insert a valid SIM
card supplied by your GSM operator or retailer.
The SIM card contains your subscription
information, your mobile phone number and a
memory in which you can store phone numbers
and messages.
With two SIM card slots, X503 allows you to
use two SIM cards or phone numbers on one
phone. If you select Dual SIM open on Settings >
SIM settings > Mode settings, you can set SIM1
and SIM2 to idle mode.
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2. As shown, take out the battery.
gold contact downwards. Insert your SIM
card under the metal clip holder.
You may lose all your personal settings if you
remove the battery when the phone is switched
on.
3. As shown, align your SIM card with the SIM
care slot, bevelled corner facing you and
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Getting Started
4. As shown, align the metallic connectors on
the battery and battery slot. Insert the
battery until it is locked.
Remove the protective film covering the screen
and camera lens before using the phone.
Charging the battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable
battery. A new battery is partially charged. The
battery symbol indicates the state of the battery.
To charge the battery, plug in the connector as
shown below. Then plug the other end into a
power socket.
5. As shown, insert the back cover from the
bottom. Push the cover until it is locked.
During charging, the battery symbol scrolls.
Keeping the charger plugged to the mobile
phone when the battery is fully charged will not
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damage the battery. The only way to turn off the
charger is to unplug it, so it is advisable to use an
easily accessible power socket.
If you do not intend to use your phone for
several days, we recommend that you remove
the battery.
You can use the phone while it is charging. If the
battery is completely flat, the battery symbol will
only reappear after a few minutes of charging.
Mode settings
Once you switch on the phone, you need to set
Mode settings.
1. Check the Slot 1 and Slot 2 for the SIM
cards (see Step 3 in "Inserting the SIM
card").
2. Check that your phone is switched on.
Long press ) if necessary. Enter the PIN
code if required. A PIN code is a 4- to 8digit secret code of your SIM card. It is
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preconfigured and communicated to you by
your network or retailer.
If you enter an incorrect PIN code three times
in succession, your SIM card will be blocked. To
unblock it, you must request the PUK code from
your operator.
3. The Mode settings screen displays. Press +
or - to select:
Dual SIM open: Set SIM1 and SIM2 to idle
mode.
Only SIM1 open: Only use SIM1 to make/
receive calls and send/receive messages.
Only SIM2 open: Only use SIM2 to make/
receive calls and send/receive messages.
4. Press ,Select to confirm.
Set clock
1. Check that your phone is switched on.
2. On idle screen, press ,Menu and go to
Settings > General >Time and date.
Set format: Select the time (12-hour or 24Getting Started
hour clock) and date format by pressing the
navigation keys or
and ,OK.
Set time/date: Enter the time and date. Press
or to select the box to be defined, and
then use numeric key to enter your desired
digits.
Show time: To display time and date on idle
screen, press or
to show the time in a
clock (Analog mode) or digits (Digital mode).
Press ,Select to confirm.
+ -
+ -
<
>
Local settings/Foreign settings: Press
or
select time zone and city. Press LOptions
to turn on the daylight saving time if
applicable.
Switch local/foreign: Switch between local and
foreign clocks.
+ -
Display local and international
clocks
You can display two clocks on the idle screen,
one showing your local time and the other the
time of your destination.
1. Check that you have set your local time and
date.
2. Go to Settings > General > Time and date >
World clock:
Clock status: Press ,On to turn on/off the
international clock.
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Inserting Micro-SD card (memory
card)
You can expand the memory of your phone by
adding a micro-SD card.
Supported capacity: up to 8GB
Remove SIM2
1. Follow Step 1 and Step 2 under "Inserting
the SIM card" .
2. Press on the card and remove the card as
shown.
1.
Follow Step 1 and Step 2 under "Inserting
the SIM card" .
2. As shown, align your micro-SD card with
the slot. Put it into the slot until it is secure.
To remove the Micro-SD card, press
the card and pull it out.
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Getting Started
2 Text Entry
editing screen. When you access the editor
again, it will automatically select the last input
method you have used.
Your mobile phone supports a number of text
entry methods, including T9 input, multi-tap
input, numeric input and symbol input.
Depending on the language you select for your
phone, the supported input methods may vary.
Select text entry modes
Entering text
1. During text editing, press # repeatedly
to select your desired inputs:
/
/
: for English entry
: for numeric entry
: Phonetic input for simplified Chinese
/
: Stroke input for Simplified /
Traditional Chinese
2. To switch the T9 English input on or off,
press * more than 3 seconds, and then
release it.
3. To enter a symbol and punctuations, press
*.
The text editor remembers the last input
method you have used before you exit the
Text Entry
1. Select your desired text entry methods.
2. Enter text by using the alphanumeric
keypad.
2 to 9 To input letters (T9/ phonetic
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<,>
input)
Press repeatedly to input desired
letters (multi-tap input).
to 6 To enter strokes (stroke input)
To browse candidate words (T9/
phonetic/multi-tap input)
+,- To browse the candidate words on the
previous/next page (T9 input/multi-tap
input)
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LSelect To confirm the selection
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To input a space
RClear Short press to clear a letter,
Long press to clear all entries.
3. If necessary, press ) to exit the input
mode to idle screen.
T9® input
T9 ®
predictive text input is an
intelligent editing mode for
messages, which includes a
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comprehensive dictionary. It
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allows you to quickly enter text.
You need to press only once on the key
corresponding to each letter needed to spell a
word: keystrokes input are analyzed and the
word suggested by T9 ® is displayed at the popup window.
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Examples: how to enter the word "home":
1. Press 4, 6, 6, 3.
The screen displays the first word of a list:
Good.
2. Press to scroll and select Home.
3. Press LSelect to confirm.
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Multi-tap input (ABC/Abc/abc)
Press the keys that are marked with the
corresponding letter you wish to enter. Press
once to get the first letter on the key, press
twice quickly to get the second letter and so on
until the letter you want is displayed on the
screen.
Example: how to enter the word "home":
Press 4, 4(GHI), 6, 6, 6 (MNO), 6
(MNO), 3, 3 (DEF).
Stroke input
The principle of stroke input is to dissect and
separate every stroke of a Chinese character
according to sequence. When you wish to input
Text Entry
the character, press the keys corresponding to
the required strokes according to sequence to
get the desired character. The stroke input
method in this phone classifies a Chinese
character into 5 basic strokes: (horizontal,
vertical, left falling stroke, right falling stroke and
over-down) as well as a special stroke. When
the stroke you need does not correspond to the
5 basic strokes, replace it with the special stroke
(?).
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3 Calling
Making a call
On idle screen
1. Enter the phone number.
2. Press ( to dial the number.
If you want to dial the number by
using secondary SIM, press LOpntions
> Dial (SIM2).
3. Press ) to hang up.
For international calls, long press 0 to
enter the "+" sign for the international prefix.
Use the phonebook (see “Contacts” on
page 32)
1. Go to ,Menu > Contacts to open the
contacts list.
Press or to select a phonebook, and repeatedly to search for a contact. To
search for a contact, enter the contact
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name (up to 5 characters) using the
alphanumeric keypad, or select a contact
from the list.
2. Press ( to dial the selected number.
For IP calls (China only), select Options >
IP dial (SIM1)/IP dial (SIM2).
You can preset your IP service number
under Settings > Calls settings > IP number.
3. Press ) to hang up.
Speed dial
On the idle screen, you can call a preset speeddial number by long pressing a numeric key (2
to 9).
Set your speed-dial number before dialling it.
To assign a speed-dial key to a contact:
1. Go to Settings > General > Speed dial.
2. If necessary, press ,On to turn speed dial
on.
Calling
To make a speed dial, always check
that the speed-dial function is enabled.
3. In Set number, select one of the locations
(corresponding to the numeric keys 2 to
9).
4. Press LEdit to assign to the location a
contact from your phonebook.
Answering and ending a call
When you receive a call, the number of the caller
may be displayed, depending on whether or not
the calling party has chosen to display his or her ID.
If the number is stored in the phonebook, then the
corresponding name is displayed.
• Answer the call: Press ( or ,.
• Hang up: Press ).
• To answer or end a call using the supplied
one-key headset, see “Headset” on page 80.
• To reject calls from certain contacts, you
can add the contacts or numbers to your
blacklist. In Contacts or Calls, select a contact
or phone number, and press LOptions > Add
Calling
to Blacklist (For more information about
blacklist, see “Blacklist” on page 65).
Options during a call
During a call, you can press , to select
Handsfree or Handheld mode. Press LOptions
to access the following options:
-
Hold single: Put current call on hold
End single: End current call
New call: Make a new (a second) call.
Phonebook: Select or edit contacts in the
phonebook.
- Messages: Send and receive messages.
- Sound recorder: Record conversation
during a call. (see “Sound recorder” on
page 37).
- DTMF: Enable the touch tone dialling
system.
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Sound recorder
In most countries, recording of telephone
conversation is subject to legislation. We advise
you to notify the caller if you intend to record
the conversation and only do so if they agree.
You should also ensure confidentiality of the
recordings.
To record a conversation during a call, select
Options and select Sound recorder. Recorded
sound is saved in *.amr format and stored in Audio
of My files menu. (see “Finding your files” on page
54).
Mute or unmute a call
During a call, press RMute/Unmute to set the
Mute function on/off. If you select Mute, the
microphone will be deactivated.
Adjust the volume
During a call, press side volume key + or - to
increase or decrease the volume.
Handling multiple calls (Networkdependent)
You can handle two or more calls at the same
time, as well as make conference calls with your
phone. The availability of this feature is
dependent on your network operator and/or
your subscription.
Make a second call
You can make a second call when there is an
active call or with a call on hold. While on the
phone, enter the number (or select a contact
from the phonebook) and press (. The first
call is put on hold and the second number is
dialled. You can then select LOptions to
access the following options:
- Swap: To toggle between 2 calls.
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Calling
- Conference: To introduce the caller into a
conference call.
- End single: To disconnect one party from
the call.
- End all calls: To disconnect all party from
the call.
- Transfer: Connect the two calls. You are
disconnected when the transfer is
completed.
- Sound recorder: Record conversation
during a call. (see “Sound recorder” on
page 37).
- New call: Make a new (a second) call.
- Phonebook: Select or edit contacts in the
phonebook.
- Messages: Send and receive messages.
- DTMF: Enable the touch tone dialling
system.
Answer a second call
When you receive a second call while already in
communication, the phone will emit a beep tone
Calling
and the screen displays information about the
incoming call. You can then:
• Press ( or , to answer the call (the first
one is put on hold).
• Press ) to reject the call.
To receive a second call, you must first
deactivate Call Divert for (see page 64) and
activate Call waiting (see page 64) must be
activated.
Making an emergency call
Without a SIM card in phone, you can press
RSOS to make the emergency call.
With a SIM card in phone, you can enter the
emergency number in the idle mode, then press
(.
In Europe, the standard emergency number is
112, in the UK, it is 999.
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4 Messages
2. Press LOptions to access the following
options:
Send to
Enter a number or select a
contact from the phonebook.
Creating messages
Writing
language
Select your desired writing
language.
SMS
Insert template Select to
message.
SMS enables you to send text messages to the
other party, using Short Messaging Service
(SMS). You can use the Create message > SMS
menu to send messages to another hand-phone
or a device that is capable of receiving SMS
messages. To compose and send a SMS message,
follow the steps below:
1. Select Create message > SMS, and write your
message.
insert
a
preset
Advanced
Select to insert the name and
phone number of your
contacts,
or
website
information you saved as a
bookmark (see “Accessing
web sites” on page 42).
Save as drafts
Save as draft- Save the SMS
messages to drafts of SIM1 or
SIM2.
3. Press ,Send to send the message to the
desired contact or contact group (see
“Contacts” on page 32)
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Messages
MMS
Your mobile phone can also send and receive
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service) messages.
With MMS, you can send messages that contain
pictures, sound and text.
When sending MMS messages, make sure that
your recipient also has an MMS-enabled phone
in order to view your messages. Follow the
steps described below to compose and send an
MMS.
1. Select Create message > MMS, while edit
content, press LOptions:
Send to
Enter a number or select a contact
from the phonebook.
Writing
language
Select your
language.
desired
writing
Add picture, Insert image, audio or video files
Add sound, to your MMS.
Add video
Preview
MMS
Preview the current MMS. Press
< or > to move to previous or
next page.
Slide options Add Slide beind/Add slide before:
Insert more slides into your
message.
Slide timing: Set the play time of
MMS slides. The default value is 5
seconds.
Advanced
Press + or - to select:
Insert text template: Select to insert
a preset message.
Insert attachment: Insert a file
(such as .txt, .jar, etc) to your
message.
Insert contact number/name: Select
to insert the name and phone
number of your contacts.
Add subject Enter the subject of the MMS.
Messages
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Insert bookmark
Add website information you
saved as a bookmark (see
“Browser” on page 42).
Save to
Drafts
Save the MMS to Drafts.
Save as
template
Save the MMS to as a preset
message.
Details
Show the file information of
current message.
1. Select Templates > SMS or MMS.
2. Select your desired templates.
3. Press LOptions, and select Write message.
The ready-made message appears on the
edit screen.
Organizing your messages
In this phone, your messages are sorted in the
following folders:
2. While finish editing content, press ,Send
to send the message.
Inbox: received messages
Drafts: messages saved as drafts
Outbox: unsuccessfully sent messages
Sent: sent messages
Copyright protected pictures and sound cannot
be sent by MMS.
Find a message
Use templates for messages
Enter a folder, and then press + or - to select a
message.
You can use ready-made messages as new
messages. 10 SMS and 5 MMS messages are
preset in the Templates folder. You can also
save a message as a template.
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Messages
Manage messages
Select
multiple
Select multiple messages to be
deleted. Press ,Check or Uncheck
to select messages. To delete
selected
messages,
select
LOptions > Delete.
For the SMS or MMS, or different folders,
available options may vary.
Edit
Edit and
message.
Select a desired message, press ,View to read
the message, or press LOptions to access the
following options:
Reply by
SMS
Reply to the MMS sender by SMS.
Reply by
MMS
Reply MMS to the sender.
Call sender Call the sender.
Forward
Forward the selected message.
Lock/
Unlock
Lock or unlock the selected MMS.
Delete
Delete the selected message.
Delete all
Delete all messages in the folder.
Messages
send
the
selected
Save to
Save the number of sender to the
phonebook phonebook.
Sort by
Slect the sort method of messages.
Mark as
unread
Displays the current message as
deleted.
Details
Show the file information of
current message.
Advanced
Copy or move the selected
message to SIM card or phone.
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Defining your message settings
Validity period: Select the length of
time your messages will be
stored in the SMS centre. This is
useful when the recipient is not
connected to the network (and
thus cannot receive your
message immediately).
Some of your message settings are dependent
on the service you subscribe with the network
operator. Consult your network operator for
your account settings, general settings, server
profile, or other relevant settings.
In Messages > Settings > SMS> SIM1 message
settings/SIM2 message settings,
Account
settings
aProfile name: Edit the name of the
current profile.
SMSC address: Select your default
SMS center. If not available on
your SIM card, you must enter
your SMS centre number.
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This feature
dependent.
is
subscription
Message type: Select the format of
your sent messages. This option is
network dependent.
Voicemail
server
Edit voice mail server number.
Messages
Common
settings
Delivery report: When set to On,
this option will inform you via
SMS whether or not your own
SMS was received.
This feature
dependent.
is
subscription
Reply path: When On, this option
allows you to transmit the
number of your SMS message
center together with the
message. The recipient can then
reply using your SMS center and
not theirs. This speeds up the
rate of transmission. This feature
is subscription dependent.
Save sent message: When set to
On, the message is sent and saved
to the Sent folder.
Messages
Memory
status
This option can display the
memory status of the messages
saved in the SIM card and the
phone.
Preferred
storage
This option allows you to select
the preferred storage. You can
select SIM card or phone.
In Settings > MMS > Common settings,
Create
Set Creation modes, Image resizing,
Auto signature and Signature. In
Signature, press ,Edit to enter the
content of signature.
Sending
Set Validity period, Delivery report,
Read report, Priority, Delivery time,
Hide sender and Send and save
options for sending an MMS
message.
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Retrieval
Memory
status
Set Home network, Roaming, Filters,
Read report and Delivery report
options for receiving an MMS
message.
View the memory status of your
MMS.
E-mail
If not included in your mobile phone contract,
you will need to subscribe to an E-mail service in
order to send and receive E-mails. In this case,
all parameters are communicated to you by your
operator.
This menu allows you to send E-mails to one or
several recipients at a time, including with an
attachment such as a JPEG picture. Once
received, your messages can be forwarded and
the attachments can be visualized with the
appropriate software.
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Set up E-mail profiles
The E-mail accounts allows you to Activate, or Edit
one of the available email profiles. You can also
create a new Email account. Consult the
network operator for the account information.
If necessary, consult your mail service provider
for the mail server configuration.
1.
2.
3.
Go to E-mail > E-mail accounts. Press
LOptions and select New account.
Enter your account information as
prompted.
- When entering symbols like @ and _,
press *.
- While selecting data account, press
LEdit, and then select GPRS data.
Check that you have selected a GPRS
Internet/E-mail connection account.
- Consult your mail service provider for
the mail server configuration.
When returning to the list of Email
accounts, select the desired account, and
Messages
press ,Activate to activate the selected Email account.
Write E-mail
To write an Email, select E-mail > Write E-mail.
Enter the address (To), a copy (Cc), a blind copy
(Bcc), Subject and Attachment (up to 3 files) and
level of priority. Press LEdit to edit the e-mail
content. When you have finished writing your
email, press LOptions > Done. And then press
RDone. You can then select to Send, Send and
save, Save to Drafts or Quit without saving.
If you exit the E-mail > Write E-mail menu before
sending your e-mail or if you cancel the sending
while it takes place, the e-mail content is deleted
without being stored.
Send and receive E-mail
The E-mail > Send and receive allows you to send
E-mails from your phone to the Internet, and
Messages
receive E-mails from the Internet to the mailbox
you have preset on your phone.
You can only attach one file (JPEG, MID, JAR,
TXT, MP3) or one sound at a time.
To receive E-mail automatically
1. Go to E-mail > E-mail accounts. Press + or to select your desired account.
2. Press LOptions, and select Edit >
Advanced settings.
3. In Account settings > Check interval, press <
or > to select your desired time span.
Your mail box will be checked automatically
after each time span.
If authentication is required for outgoing
mail
1. Go to E-mail > E-mail accounts. Press + or to select your desired account.
2. Press LOptions, and select Edit >
Advanced settings > Outgoing server. Check
that you have selected On (by default) in
Authentication.
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Organize your E-mail
For different folders, available options may vary.
For your activated account, the Emails are
sorted in the following folders:
Reply
Reply to the senders.
Inbox: received E-mail
Outbox: unsuccessfully sent E-mail
Sent: sent E-mail
Drafts: Email saved as drafts
Reply
without
content
Reply to the sender without the
email history.
Reply all
Reply to all senders.
To receive E-mail automatically
1. Go to your desired folder.
2. Press LOptions > Sort to sort and list files
as desired.
3. Press +, -, < or > to select.
To read and edit E-mail
1. Select your desired E-mail. Press ,View to
read the E-mail.
2. While reading the current email, press
LOptions to access the following options:
Reply all
without
content
Reply to all senders without the
email history.
Forward
Forward the downloaded E-mail
to someone else.
Retrieve
option
Retrieve the complete mail.
This option is available when you
select Header only in Email
accounts > Edit > Advance settings
> Incoming server > Download
option (See Step 3 in see “Set up
E-mail profiles” on page 28).
Mark as
unread
Displays the current E-mail as
unread.
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Messages
Mark as
deleted
Displays the current E-mail as
deleted.
Define settings for broadcast
messages
Delete
Delete the current E-mail.
In Broadcast messages > SIM1 broadcast message/
SIM2 broadcast message,
To clear mailboxes
You can quickly remove all of mails under a
folder, like Inbox, Outbox, or Sent.
1. Go to E-mail > Delete all folder.
2. Select a folder to be emptied.
3. Press ,Select to empty the folder.
To delete marked Emails
The Email > Delete all marking allows you to
remove all the mails marked as deleted.
Broadcast message
Receive
mode
Press ,On/Off to turn the receive
mode on or off.
Read
message
Read messages when there are
received broadcast messages.
Languages
Set language for the broadcast
message to be received.
Channel
settings
Define the channel for broadcast
messages
Broadcast messages are public messages
broadcast to a group of mobile users. The
messages are broadcast on coded channels.
Generally, one broadcast channel can transmit
one type of message. Please contact your
network operator for a list of channel numbers
and their respective broadcast information.
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5 Contacts
Contacts are stored in one of the two available
phonebooks: SIM phonebook (located on your
SIM card, by which the number of entries you
can store depends on the card capacity) or the
Smart Phonebook (located on your phone,
which allows you to store up to 2000 names).
New contacts will only be added to the
phonebook you have selected.
Adding or editing contacts
2. Select a number type (Mobile number,
Home number or Office number):
Name: Press LEdit to go to the editing
screen. To select input methods, press #
repeatedly; long press * to turn T9 input
on or off. Press RBack to exit the input
mode, if necessary. Press ,Done to finish
editing.
Number: Enter the mobile number.
3. Add details as desired in other fields.
When selecting a contact picture, ringtone,
or caller group, press < or > to select your
desired picture, sound or caller group (To
use a photo as contact picture, see “Set a
photo as contact picture” on page 56).
4. Press ,Done to save.
Add a contact to Smart phonebook
For contacts on the Smart Phonebook, you can
add detailed information, like home number and
office number, and identifying features, like
contact pictures and ringtones.
1. Go to Contacts > Options > Add > To phone.
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Add a contact to SIM phonebook
1. Go to Contacts > Options > Add. Select To
SIM1 or To SIM2.
2. Follow Step 2 under “Add a contact to
Smart phonebook”.
Contacts
3. Press ,Done to save.
Edit a contact
1. Go to Contacts.
2. Select your desired contact (see "Searching
for a contact").
3. Press LOptions > Edit to go to the editing
options.
For contacts on SIM phonebook, only name
and mobile number are editable.
Searching for a contact
1. Go to Contacts.
There are 4 pages on top of phonebook list:
all contacts, phone contacts, SIM1 contacts
and SIM2 contacts.
Names starting with the character are
listed.
2. Press < or > to select your desired page of
contacts.
3. To search for a contact, enter the contact
name (up to 5 characters).
Contacts
Press # repeatedly to select an input
method.
Names starting with the character are
listed.
Managing your contacts
You can copy or move your contact entries
between the two phonebooks. Also, you can
group your contacts as Family, Friends, Business
and others as you like. For different groups, you
can use different ringtones for identification, and
send messages to a group.
Copy, move or delete a contact
1. Go to Contacts, select your desired page of
contacts.
2. Select a desired contact (see "Searching for
a contact").
3. Press LOptions to select Copy to Phone,
Move to copy or Delete.
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Delete multiple contacts
1. Go to Contacts, select your desired page of
contacts.
2. Press LOptions > Select multiple. Press ,
to select the desired contact, or press
LOptions to select Check or Check all.
3. Press LOptions > Delete.
4. Press ,Select to confirm.
Copy, move or delete all contacts
1. Go to Contacts>Options>Phonebook settings.
2. Select Copy contacts, Move contacts or Delete
all contacts.
Group your contacts on the Smart
phonebook
1. Go to Contacts > Options > Caller groups.
2. Select a group. You can rename the group,
select a ringtone and a contact picture, and
add contacts to Group.
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To add multiple contacts to smart
phonebook,
Go to Contacts, press LOptions > Caller
groups, select the desired groups, press ,View
the check the member list, and then press
,Add. Or press LOptions > Add.
Create your name card
With a name card, you can conveniently send
your contact information to others when
necessary.
Create a name card
1. Go to Contacts > Options > Phonebook
settings > My vCard > Edit my card.
2. Select the desired item. Press L to edit.
3. For information editing, see Step 2 under
“Add a contact to Smart phonebook”.
Send your name card
1. Go to Contacts > Options > Phonebook
settings > My vCard > Send my card.
Contacts
2. Select your sending options.
vCard sending and receiving are available on the
primary SIM card only.
SIM1/SIM2
SOS
number
Press LEdit to edit your
emergency phone number.
Special numbers
This menu allows you to keep a list of useful
numbers such as own numbers, voice mail and
emergency numbers.
Go to Contacts > Options > Phonebook settings >
Special numbers:
Options
Description
SIM1/SIM2
Owner
number
Go to , to edit the phone
number or name to be shown on
the idle screen.
SIM1/SIM2
Service
dialling
number
This service is provided by your
network operator. For more
information
regarding
the
corresponding function, please
contact your network operator.
Contacts
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6 Tools
3. To keep
following:
Note
Create your task list
In Tools > To do list, press ,Add or
LOptions > Add to add a kind of task.
You can also add a task in Tools > Calendar:
select a date in the calendar, press
LOptions > Add task.
2. When setting a task, specify the date and
time.
1.
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reminded,
do
the
Add a note about the task.
Press LEdit to edit the task. On
the
editing
screen,
press
LOptions > Use template to use
the preset note.
Using your business organizer
You can add your new tasks to the phone. Such
to-do tasks are marked in your calendar. You
can always check your calendar and remind
yourself as desired.
yourself
Alarm
Press < or > to turn the alarm on,
have it sound at 5 minutes,
15minutes or 30 minutes before
the specified time, or no reminder.
Or select Custom, press -, use
numeric keys to enter the time and
date.
Tools
Repeat
Press < or > to repeat the alarm at
the specified time once, everyday,
weekly or monthly.
To repeat the alarm at certain
days, press < or > to select
Customize, press - and < or > to
select a weekday or weekend, and
press L to turn the alarm on or
off on the certain day.
4. Press ,Done to save the task.
At the set time, the task note appears as a
new event on the idle screen.
Check your calendar
After creating your task lists, you can check your
calendar in day, weekly, or monthly views. In
Tools > Calendar, press LOptions or ,View;
You can also create your task list in the calendar
of different views.
Tools
Edit your task list
1. In Tools > To do list, or Tools > Calendar,
press LOptions > Go to weekly view/Go to
monthly view to enter the task list.
2. Select your desired task. Press ,View to
view task; Press LOptions to do the
following:
Add
Add a task.
Edit
Edit the selected task.
Delete
Delete the selected task.
Send
vCalendar
Send the task as a message.
Sound recorder
You can make your own recording, and share it
with your friends via the MMS, E-mail, or
Bluetooth. Also, you can use the recording as
the ringtone of incoming calls or a contact.
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To make recording
To edit recording files
1. Go to Tools > Sound recorder.
2. Press ,New record to start recording.
3. Press , to pause/resume recording. Press
RStop to stop recording.
4. Press ,Yes to save the recording.
1. Go to My files > Phone or Memory card >
Audio.
2. Select the desired file.
3. Press LOptions to select the desired
options.
Recorder settings
To send an audio file
1. Go to Tools > Sound recorder.
2. Press LOptions > Settings to enter the
following.
1. Go to My files > Phone or Memory card >
Audio.
2. Select the desired file.
3. Press LOptions > Send to send the audio
file via the MMS, E-mail, or Bluetooth.
Storage
Press < or > to select Phone or
Memory card. When selecting
memory card, please confirm
there is a memory card inserted.
(see "Inserting Micro-SD card
(memory card)" on Page 14)
File
format
Press < or > to select file format.
Audio
quality
Press < or > to select High or Low.
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To set your recording as a ringtone
1. Go to My files > Phone or Memory card >
Audio.
2. Select the desired file.
3. Press LOptions > Use as > To ringtone list.
The recording is added to your ringtone file list.
Tools
To change the ringtone, see "Adjusting ring
settings to different scenes" on Page 61.
Using your clock and timer
Alarm
You can set up to five alarms.
To set an alarm
1. Check that your clock is correctly set (see
"Set clock" on Page 12).
2. Go to Tools > Alarm.
The screen of alarm list appears.
3. Select an alarm, and press ,Edit to enter
the alarm setting screen.
On/Off: Press < or > to turn the alarm on or
off.
Time: Set the alarm time.
Repeat: Repeat the alarm on one or some of
the weekdays or weekends. Or select
Customize, press - and < or > to select a
certain days, and then press L to select
or unslect the day.
Tools
Audio options: Select an alarm tone: Ringer or
FM radio.
To use ringer as the alarm tone, press -,
and then LOptions to select a ringtone;
To use FM radio as the alarm tone, press -,
and then LOptions to select a preset
station in Channel List, or enter a radio
station frequency in Manual Input.
Snooze(Mins): Select an alarm interval:
Default (5 minutes), or 1 - 10 minutes.
Alert type: Select how the alarm sounds at
the set time.
4. Press ,Done when you finish setting the
alarm.
To use an alarm
On the set alarm time, your alarm sounds.
Select Stop: The alarm stops. If you have selected
repetition mode for the alarm (see "To set an
alarm" on Page 39), it will sound again at the set
time.
Select Snooze: The alarm will sound again after
the set Snooze(Mins) interval.
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The alarm clock will ring even if your mobile
phone is switched off, or the Profiles is set to
Silent.
Stopwatch
Use the stopwatch for your timing needs.
In Tools > Stopwatch,
•
•
•
•
Press ,Start to start timing.
Press , Pause/Continue to pause or resume.
Press LReset to reset the timer.
Press RBack to exit.
Text reader
This menu allows you to view the text file (.txt
file) saved in your phone or the memory card.
To view a file through the text reader,
1. Copy and save the file to My files > Phone or
Memory card > Others > Ebook.
2. Go to Tools > Text reader.
3. Press LOptions > View settings > Select
memory to select the memory storage.
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Existing files are listed.
4. To display a file correctly, select your
desired file, and press LOptions > View
settings > Encoding. Select the encoding
suitable to your language.
To search for information when viewing
a file
You search for specific words, marked
information, or different parts of the file. After
opening the file, press LOptions to select:
• Find: Find specific words in the file.
• Go to bookmark: Go to the marked
information. To do so, add a bookmark where
desired by pressing LOptions > Add
bookmark.
• Jump to: Go to the desired rows. Press
numeric keys to enter the rows.
To clear the files created by the system
during E-book reading
• Go to Tools > Text reader. In the screen of file
list, press LOptions > Cleanup bookself.
Tools
Others
Calculator
The result is then truncated after the 10th
decimal digit for the next operation.
Enter figures and operation symbols by using the
on-screen numeric keypad.
Unit converter
You can make different types of unit conversion
at a fixed rate. Press < or > to select unit types,
and input figures in boxes.
Press * to enter the decimal point.
Currency converter
Convert between different currencies based on
exchange rates.
1. In Tools > Currency converter, enter your
exchange rate in Rate. Press ,OK to
confirm.
2. Enter the sum of money in Local. Press
,OK. You will get the result in Foreign.
The result of the calculator is indicative only.
The calculation accuracy is 10 decimal places.
Tools
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7 Browser
Clear cache, Clear cookies: Clear the history and
cookies of the browser.
Accessing web sites
You can access a web site in different ways:
You can use this function to browse the
Internet. Consult your network operator for
the service subscription, data account
information, and WAP settings.
Managing your browser
In Browser > WAP > Settings,
Select SIM: Select a SIM card to access Internet,
default is SIM1.
Or choose Always ask, always select SIM card
before accessing Internet.
Profiles: Define or select your Internet access
settings.
Browser options: Define the time for an access
attempt, or choose whether to show images on
web pages.
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Home: Access the homepage. Save your favorite
web site as the homepage.
Bookmarks: Access the web site saved as a
bookmark. By storing a website as bookmark,
you can save and quickly access your favorite
websites, and forward them in your messages
(see "Insert bookmark" page 24).
Recent pages: Access a web site you visited
before.
Enter address: Enter a web site address.
Enabling/disabling push messages
WAP push messages are specially formatted
SMS messages that contain a URL. With such a
URL, you can connect to a web site address
through the WAP browser of your phone.
Browser
To enable or disable the function, go to Browser
> WAP > Settings > Service message settings >
Enable push.
STK
The availability of the features in this menu
depends on whether or not your SIM card
supports STK. If your SIM card supports STK
function, the STK menu will be displayed on the
screen.
Browser
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8 Camera
Your mobile phone features a digital camera that
allows you to take pictures (up to 3.2 Mega
pixels) and record short video clips.
Camera
Take photos
On the idle screen, press ,Menu > Camera >
Camera,
• Press the , key gently to focus. Hold down
the , key until the auto focus is completed
and picture captured.
• After a photo is taken, a file name is
generated for the photo at the top of the
photo. To continue photographing, press
RBack; to delete the photo, press
LOptions > Delete; to send the photo via
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MMS,
E-mail
or
bluetooth,
press
LOptions > Send; to exit Camera, press
).
• During photographing, press < or > to
decrease or increase the brightness; press +
or - to zoom out or in (for the image size of
240x320)
• To select your desired photo settings, and
storage location, press LOptions; to return
to the default settings, select Restore default
settings.
Your selected settings are shown as icons on
the screen.
• Before taking a photo for contact picture or
wallpaper, press LOptions > Image settings
> Image size, and select 240x320. If you select
other resolutions, your photo will not be
displayed in full screen.
View photos
See "View photos" on page 53.
Camera
Video recorder
Video recording
In Camera > Video recorder,
Press , to start or pause videorecording.
Press R to stop recording.
Press the side volume key to zoom in or out.
To select your desired video recorder
settings, video file settings, and storage
location, press L; to return to the default
settings, select Restore default settings.
• Press < or > to decrease or increase the
brightness.
•
•
•
•
Play video clips
See "Play video clips" on page 53.
Camera
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9 Applications
Java game and application
Your mobile phone features a Java run-time
environment, which allows you to run Java
applications, such as games downloaded from
the network.
The first time you launch Java, a message appears
to alert you that the installation and
configuration of Java will take several moments.
Install Java games and applications
You can download Java games and applications
from the Internet to your phone via the WAP,
or install them from PC via the supplied USB
cable.
Consult your network operator for the services.
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When installing games via a USB data cable,
make sure that you save the .jar and .jad files in
the same file folder under My files > Others on
your phone or memory card. Select a file to be
installed, and press ,Install to start the
installation.
Run Java games and applications
Your phone is preloaded with some Java games
and applications. Select your desired program,
press ,Launch to start it.
To run some Java applications (untrusted third
party software) on your phone, you may need to
adjust the Java settings.
1. In Applications > Java, select the application
to be launched.
2. Press LOptions > Settings, and select your
option as needed:
Network access: permission to network
access
Auto invocation: permission to launch the
Applications
MIDlet automatically
Messaging: permission to send and receive
messages
Multimedia: permission to photographing, or
sound/video recording
Read user data: permission to read your
data, like contacts and calendar entries
Write user data: permission to write your
data
Local connectivity: permission to local
connectivity,
like
the
Bluetooth
connectivity.
Java SIM1
Profile/Java
SIM2 Profile
Select Java network for SIM1 and
SIM2 (service subscriptiondependent).
Heap Size
Display allowed maximum size
for Java memory.
Java settings
Go to Applications > Java > Java settings:
Java audio
Set the volume level.
Java backlight Turn the backlight On or Off.
Java vibration Turn the vibration On or Off.
Select SIM
Applications
Select SIM1 or SIM2.
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10 Media player
Music player
Save MP3, Midi, SP-Midi, AMR, WMA, WAV,
AAC, AAC+, and ADPCM(wav) music files
under the Audio folder on your phone and
memory card. You can play the music on your
phone.
Creating your music library
Edit music files on your PC
1. Run Windows Media Player (or other music
management program) on your PC.
2. To add music files, click Media Library on the
left menu, and then click Add on the top
menu.
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3. On the left pane, select All Music.
On the right pane, all the music files you
added are displayed.
4. Click Title, Artist, Album to edit them as
desired.
Operations may vary according to music
management software or Windows Media
Player versions. Consult the help file of the
software.
Transfer music files from PC to your
phone
1. Use the supplied USB data cable to connect
your phone with the PC. Select Mass storage
on your phone.
2. Copy the music files from the PC to the
Audio folder on your memory card (see
"Inserting Micro-SD card (memory card)"
on Page 14).
3. Remove your phone (a USB mass storage
device) from the PC safely.
Media player
4. On your phone, go to Media player > Music
player > Settings > Refresh all lists.
All the music files are transferred.
Playing music
The music files are organized in two folders on
the phone or memory card.
Tracks: all the songs transferred to the music
player.
Artists: songs sorted by artist.
Play music files
1. Go to Media player > Music player > Settings,
to select another playback settings.
- Select Play mode to open the options:
Repeat one: Play current file repeatedly
Repeat all: Play all the files in the folder
repeatedly.
Shuffle and repeat: Repeat music files in the
folder randomly.
Shuffle: Play music files in the folder
randomly.
Media player
- Select Equalizer: Select sound settings
suitable to your songs.
- Select Music in background: Continue to
play music after exiting the music player.
2. Select your desired song in the folder.
It starts playback from the song. On the
playback screen, the file information and
selected playback settings are displayed.
3. To select your playback settings,
Press LOptions:
Add to playlist: Add current song to a
selected playlist.
Add to ringtone list: Add current song to
ringtone list.
Info: Show detail information of the song.
4. To return to the playback screen, press
RBack.
If necessary, select Now playing on the Music
player screen to go to the playback screen.
,: Pause and resume playback.
< or >: Press to select previous or next
song.
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< or >: Long press to select a section within
a song.
Volume side keys: Adjust the volume.
RBack: Return to the previous menu
): Exit the music player and go to the idle
screen.
1. Select your desired song.
2. Press LOptions > Add to playlist.
Exiting playlists are displayed.
3. Press ,Select to add the song to the
selected playlist.
To continue to play music after exiting
the music player,
Listen to music through a stereo
Bluetooth headset
Go to Media player > Music player > Settings >
Music in background, and select Ask first or Always.
Check that the Bluetooth is powered on, and
your stereo Bluetooth headset supports A2DP
profile (Bluetooth stereo output).
To turn off the music player on the idle
screen,
• Press ), and then press ,Yes.
For more information, please see "Connecting to
a Bluetooth device" on Page 58.
When listening to music, adjust the volume to a
moderate level. Continuous exposure to high
volume may impair your hearing.
FM radio
Create playlists
To tune to a radio station, always plug the
supplied headset into your phone.
You can create up to 10 playlists for songs that
you wish to play at this time. Your last played
songs are saved to Last played.
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Tuning to a radio station
• Auto tune
In Media player>FM radio, press LOptions
> Auto presets.
Media player
The radio frequency scanning starts
automatically. Up to 20 available radio
stations are saved to Channel list. The first
preset radio station starts to play.
- On the radio playback screen, press + to
enable the auto search function. The auto
search icon lights up. Press < or > to start
the auto tuning to the next available
station.
• Manual tune
Go to Media player > FM radio, press
LOptions > Manual input to enter your
desired radio frequency.
Or,
- On the radio playback screen, press + to
enable the auto search function. The auto
search icon dims. If the channel list is
empty, press < or > repeatedly for fine
tuning.
Media player
Editing the channel list
You can assign a preset to a certain location.
When pressing the numeric key on the radio
playback screen, you tune to the station
immediately.
1. In Media player > FM radio, press LOptions
> Channel list to enter the channel list.
2. Press + or - to select a location for your
preset.
3. Press LOptions to edit the channel list:
Play: Play current channel.
Delete: Delete current channel.
Edit: Edit channel name and frequency.
Or
1. Tune to your desired station (see "Tuning to
a radio station").
2. On the radio playback screen, long press
your desired numeric key.
Current station is saved to the location
(corresponding to the numeric key) in
Channel list.
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3. To edit the channel name, press LOptions
> Channel list to select a channel. Press
LOptions > Edit to edit the channel name.
Listening to a radio station
1. Go to Media player > FM radio.
The last played station starts to play.
2. Tune to your desired station. To select a
preset station,
- Press a numeric key;
- Or, press LOptions > Channel list to
enter the channel list, select a preset
station.
3. On the radio playback screen,
Press - to stop or resume radio playback.
Volume side keys: adjust the volume.
Press LOptions > Settings > Background
play: to exit the radio and continue
playback.
Press LOptions > Settings > Loud speaker:
Turn it on to listen to the radio through the
speaker.
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4. To return to the idle screen during playback,
press )。
To turn off the radio on the idle screen,
• Press ), and then press ,Yes.
Record radio programs
You can record a radio program when listening
to it.
1. On the radio playback screen, pree
,Record to start recording.
2. Press , to pause/resume recording. Press
RStop to stop recording.
A file name is generated for the recording
file.
Edit the file name as desired, if necessary.
3. Press ,Done to save the file.
You can find the recording file under My files
> Phone or Memory card > Audio.
Media player
View photos
Play video clips
With the image viewer, you can browse and edit
the photos you have taken.
Go to Media player > Image viewer. The photos
you have taken are displayed. Press LOptions
to select your browsing and editing options.
Your video recording is saved to My files >
Phone or Memory card > Videos.
When viewing a photo, press the side volume
key to zoom in or out (for the image size
greater than 240x320), and , to rotate a
photo.
To use a photo as contact picture,
Select the photo, and press LOptions > Use as
> Contact picture (see "Add a contact to Smart
phonebook" on Page 32).
Before taking a photo for contact picture, set
the Image size to 240x320, if possible: Go to
Camera > Camera, press LOptions > Image
settings > Image size, and select 240x320.
Media player
1. Go to Media player > Video player.
2. Select the desired video file. Press ,Play to
start or pause playback.
Press * key to toggle between full screen
mode and normal mode. In the full screen,
press any keys but ) to display the
functional menus.
Long press < or > to search backward or
forward.
Press the side volume key + or - to adjust
the volume.
Press R to stop playback.
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11 My files
On the phone, all the files are stored under the
folders of the phone memory or memory card.
Finding your files
1. Go to My files.
2. Select Phone or Memory card, if you have
installed a memory card on your phone.
Select your desired file folder:
Pictures: for photos, like .jpg files and others
Videos: for video files, and others
Audio: for audio files, like sound recording,
radio recording, music files, ringtones, and
others
Others: for all other files, like Ebook (for
files readable through Tools > Text reader),
and files received via the Bluetooth.
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3. If necessary, open a folder, and press
LOptions > Sort by to show files in the
order of name, type, time or size.
To find your files on the phone, save the files
under the Pictures, Video, Audio and Others folders
on the phone or memory card.
The insecurity audio, video files and pictures are
not recommended to save to your phone
Managing your files
Create sub-folders
You can create sub-folders under the folders
(like Pictures, Videos, Audio and Others) or an
existing sub-folder.
1. Select a folder or sub-folder under which
you wish to create a folder.
2. Press LOptions > Create folder.
3. In the editing screen, enter a file name.
Select your desired text entry methods (see
My files
"Text Entry" on page 15). Press RBack to
exit the input mode, if necessary, press
LOptions > Done to finish editing.
A sub-folder is created.
Manage your files
You can copy and move, delete, or rename your
files.
1. Select a file under a folder.
2. Press LOptions to select your desired
option.
3. To copy or move a file, select the desired
folder, and press:
,Select: Move or copy the file to current
folder or sub-folder.
LOptions>Open: Open a sub-folder under
current folder/sub-folder, and move or copy
the file to it.
LOptions > Open > Options > Create folder:
Create a sub-folder under current folder/
sub-folder, and move or copy the file to it.
My files
To copy, move, or delete multiple files,
1. In a file folder, press LOptions > Select
multiple, and select your desired option.
2. Press , to select the desired contact.
3. Press LOptions > Delete.
4. Press ,Select to confirm.
Sharing your files
You can share your files with others via the
MMS, E-mail, or Bluetooth.
1. Select the desired file, and press
LOptions > Send.
2. Select the option to send the file via the
MMS, E-mail, or Bluetooth.
If you send your files via the Bluetooth,
check your Bluetooth connection first.
(see "Bluetooth" on page 58)
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Using your files
Set a photo as contact picture
You can use your photo as the contact picture
of the contacts in your Smart Phonebook (see
"Add a contact to Smart phonebook" on page
32).
1. Select a photo under My files > Phone or
Memory card > Pictures.
Image size equal to or smaller than 20KB.
2. Press LOptions > Use as > Contact picture.
- Before taking a photo for contact picture,
please ensure you have select 240x320
on Image size.
Setting audio files as ringtone
1. Select an audio file under Audio.
2. Press LOptions > Use as > To ringtone list.
You can send the audio file to ringtone list.
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My files
12 Calls
You are provided with the records about your
incoming and outgoing calls.
Go to Calls to check your call history.
You can reply to such calls or add such contacts
to your phone book. Go to Calls, press < or > to
select a page: All calls/Dialled calls/Received calls//
Missed calls, select the contact or phone number,
and press LOptions to select your desired
options.
Calls
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13 Bluetooth
About Bluetooth
Your phone supports Bluetooth wireless
technology, allowing connection to a compatible
Bluetooth device within 10 meters. The
Bluetooth connection can be subject to
interference from obstructions such as walls or
other electronic devices.
Before you can apply Bluetooth, make sure the
other device supports Bluetooth function by
contacting the device’s manufacturer or its
accompanied documentation.
Connecting to a Bluetooth device
Consult the user documentation of the
Bluetooth device to be connected. Prepare the
Bluetooth device for pairing.
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1. Go to Bluetooth > Power. Press , to select
On if necessary, to turn on the Bluetooth
function.
2. Select Find devices to start searching for
available Bluetooth devices.
A list of available Bluetooth devices appears.
3. Select the device you wish to connect. Press
,Pair.
4. Enter the Bluetooth password (0000 by
default) to start pairing.
The pairing is made if your pairing request is
accepted by the other device.
Connect to a Bluetooth headset
1. Follow Step 1 and 2 under "Connecting to a
Bluetooth device".
2. In Settings > Audio path, check that you have
selected Forward to BT headset.
3. Select Find devices to start searching for
available Bluetooth devices.
A list of available Bluetooth devices appears.
Bluetooth
4. Select the device you wish to connect. Press
,Pair.
5. Enter the password of your Bluetooth
headset to start pairing.
The pairing is made if the password is
correctly input.
6. Enter the password again for connection.
You will find successfully connected device
in My devices.
To listen to music or audio files through a
Bluetooth stereo headset
Consult the user documentation of the
Bluetooth headset. Check that your Bluetooth
headset supports A2DP profile (Bluetooth
stereo output).
To listen to music through the Bluetooth stereo
headset, go to Media player > Music player, and
select and play your desired songs.
To control music playback through a
Bluetooth headset
Consult the user documentation of the
Bluetooth headset. Check that your Bluetooth
headset supports AVRCP profile (audio/video
remote control).
Connect to a device you connected
previously
1. On the device, check that the Bluetooth
function is enabled.
2. Turn on the Bluetooth of your phone.
3. On the phone, go to Bluetooth > My devices.
Check that the device is in the list.
The connection is established. If necessary,
select the device and press ,Connect.
Getting connected by a Bluetooth
device
1. Go to Bluetooth > Settings:
Visibility: Turn it on to make your phone
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visible to other Bluetooth devices.
Change device name: Press ,Select to edit
your phone name to be identified by other
Bluetooth devices.
Authentication: Turn it on if a password
(0000 by default) is required to
accept the connection request.
2. Go to Bluetooth > Power. Press , to select
On if necessary, to turn on the Bluetooth
function.
The paring is made when you receive and
accept the paring request (enter the
password 0000 if necessary).
If you do not use the Bluetooth feature for some
time, you should deactivate it in order to
conserve battery power.
Editing your device list
All the devices you have connected are saved to
My devices. To edit the device list,
1. Go to Bluetooth > My devices.
2. To rename or delete a device, press
LOptions to select your options.
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Bluetooth
To change the settings:
14 Profiles
Adjusting ring settings to different
scenes
The profiles are defined for several scenes. They
consist of the settings for ringtones, ring volume,
answer mode, and others. With preset profiles,
you can easily adjust incoming calls and messages
as desired.
1. In Profiles, select the profile to be changed.
Press LOptions.
2. Select the item to be changed, press
,Select to select your desired options.
3. Repeat Step 2 until you finish the settings.
Apply a profile
1. In Profiles, select the profile to be applied.
2. Press ,Activate to activate the profile.
To activate or deactivate the Meeting mode
on idle screen (by default, vibration on or
off for incoming calls or messages), long
press # on the idle screen.
Define your profiles
This phone has provided you with several preset
profiles. You can use the default settings or
change them as desired.
If you select Flight mode, you disable the
connection between your phone and your
mobile phone network.
The settings for Silence and Flight mode (on a
plane) are unchangeable.
Profiles
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Only SIM1 open: Only use SIM1 to
make/receive calls and send/
receive messages.
15 Settings
Only SIM2 open: Only use SIM2 to
make/receive calls and send/
receive messages.
SIM settings
Dual SIM
setting
Change current SIM card slot
settings:
Query on
power up
SIM1 setup/SIM2 setup: Set SIM
card name.
General
Primary SIM
Time and date Set the clock of the phone (see
“Set clock” on page 12).
Display SIM settings screen or not
while power on the phone.
The default SIM card is SIM1. You
are provided services by primary
SIM by default.
Select SIM1 or SIM2 to the
primary SIM card.
Auto update of date and time:
Update the time and date of your
phone according to the signals
sent by the network. (dependent
on the network).
Mode setting Dual SIM open: Set SIM1 and SIM2
to idle mode.
Auto power on/ Set time for the phone to be
off
switched on and off automatically.
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Settings
Languages
Select a language for your phone.
Display
Wallpaper: Select an image as the
wall paper of your phone. You
can select either a default
wallpaper or one of your pictures
stored in My files.
Backlight duration: Select
duration of backlight.
Show date and time: Select
whether to show date and time
on the idle screen. To show time
in a clock or digits, see “Display
local and international clocks” on
page 13.
Themes: Define the theme for
your phone.
Show operator name: Press , to
select On or Off.
Screen saver:
- Go to Settings > Status:
Turn the screen saver on,
off, or display the time.
- Go to Settings > Waiting:
Set the time span in idle
mode before a screen
saver appears.
- Select: Select an image as
the screen saver.
Backlight
level:
Select
brightness of backlight.
Settings
the
Greeting text: Select whether to
show greetings when your phone
is turned on.
Font size: Select screen font size.
Speed dial
Call a contact by long pressing a
numeric key (see “Speed dial” on
page 18).
the
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Fast keys
Set a navigation key as a direct
access to a menu (see “Fast Keys”
on page 4).
Shortcut
Direct access to functional submenus (see “Shortcut menu” on
page 4).
Call divert
Divert incoming calls to your
voice mailbox or to another
phone number (regardless of
whether or not the number is in
your phonebook).
Call barring
Set limits to your incoming and
outgoing calls. Select Change
barring PW to change the call
barring password. (networkdependent and requiring a call
barring password provided by
the network operator).
Line
switching
Swap phones when handling
multiple calls (see “Handling
multiple
calls
(Networkdependent)” on page 20).
Call settings
This menu allows you to set call-related options.
Caller ID
Set how to show your number
to the called party (networkdependent).
Call waiting
Get informed of an incoming call
when on phone (networkdependent, see “Answer a
second call” on page 21).
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Settings
Blacklist
Blacklist mode: Turn
blacklist mode on or off.
the
Blacklist number: Edit a list of
phone numbers. You can reject
all the calls from such numbers.
Auto redial
IP number
Keep redialing the call number
that fails to go through.
(network -dependent, available
only in China): Add the preset IP
number to outgoing call
numbers.
Call time
display
Display the call time on the
screen.
Call time
reminder
Get reminded after the specified
call time span once or
repeatedly.
Reject by
SMS
Reject the incoming call with
sending a SMS to the contact or
phone number.
Settings
Network
Select network
Select the network for your
phone (service subscriptiondependent).
Automatic is recommended.
Preferred network Select
your
network.
preferred
You can select a network other than your home
network only if it has a valid roaming agreement
with your home network. If you change the
network, some problems may arise during the
operation of your phone.
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Security
Phone lock
This menu allows you to use passwords to
protect your SIM card, phone, and information
stored on the phone. After the password
protection is enabled, you are required to enter
passwords each time you access the functions or
turn on the phone.
SIM1/SIM2
lock
Set PIN or PIN2 password
protection for your SIM card.
(The PIN or PIN2 are provided
by the network operator. )
Fixed dial
Restrict your outgoing calls to
certain numbers (PIN2 code
required).
Barred dial
Prohibit some outgoing calls
(network-dependent).
Change
password
Change your PIN, PIN2, phone
passwords as desired.
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Set password protection for
your phone. You are required to
enter the password each time
you turn on the phone (0000 by
default).
Auto keypad Set an idle time span for the
lock
keypad to be locked.
Certificate
manager
Check Authority certificate and
User certificate.
Restore factory settings
Restore your phone settings to the default
values.
Settings
Icons & symbols
In idle mode, several symbols can be displayed
simultaneously on the main screen. When
pressing some of the status icons, the
corresponding menu will be displayed on the
screen.
If the network symbol isn’t displayed, the
network is currently not available. You may be
in a bad reception area, moving to a different
location may help.
Silent - Your phone will not ring when
receiving a call.
Vibration only - Your phone will vibrate
when there is an incoming call.
SMS - You have received a new SMS
message.
MMS - You have received a new
multimedia message.
Icons & symbols
Battery - The bars indicate the battery
level
(4 bars = full, 1 bar = low).
Missed call - You have a missed call.
Call divert - All your incoming voice
calls are being forwarded to a number.
Bluetooth - Bluetooth feature is
activated.
Bluetooth headset - The Bluetooth
headset is connected.
Headset - The headset is plugged into
the phone.
Alarm - The alarm clock has been
activated.
Roaming - Displayed when your phone
is registered to a network other than
your own (especially when you’re
abroad).
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Home zone - A zone designated by your
network operator. Subscription
dependent, contact your service
provider for details.
Memory card - Indicates the memory
card is in use. You can access your
memory card through the My files
menu.
GSM network: your phone is connected
to a GSM network.
Keypad lock - The keypad has been
locked.
Reception quality: the more bars are
shown the better the reception is.
Tap on the icon to switch between the
flight mode and normal mode.
Wap message - You have received a
Wap push message in the message
inbox.
GPRS attach - Your phone is connected
to the GPRS network.
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Icons & symbols
Precautions
Radio Waves
Your cellular mobile phone is a low
power radio transmitter and
receiver. When it is operating, it
sends and receives radio waves. The
radio waves carry your voice or data
signal to a base station that is connected to the
telephone network. The network controls the
power at which the phone transmits.
• Your phone transmits/receives radio waves in
the GSM frequency (900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz).
• The GSM network controls transmission
power (0.01 to 2 watts).
• Your phone complies with all relevant safety
standards.
• The CE mark on your phone shows
compliancy with European electromagnetic
compatibility (Ref. 89/336/EEC) and low
voltage directives (Ref. 73/23/EEC).
Your cellular mobile phone is your
responsibility. To avoid damage to yourself, to
others or to the phone itself, read and follow all
the safety instructions and make them known to
anyone borrowing your phone. Furthermore to
prevent unauthorised use of your phone:
Keep your phone in a safe place and
keep it out of small children's reach.
Avoid writing down your PIN code.
Try to remember it instead.
Switch off the phone and remove the battery if
you are going to leave it unused for a long time.
Change your PIN code after purchasing the
phone and to activate call restriction options.
The design of your phone complies
with all applicable laws and regulations.
However your phone may cause
interference with other electronic
devices. Consequently you should
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follow all local recommendations and
regulations when using your cellular phone
both at home and when away. Regulations on
the use of cellular phones in vehicles and
aircraft are particularly stringent.
Public concern has been focused for some time on
the possible health risks for users of cellular
phones. The current research on radio wave
technology, including the GSM technology, has
been reviewed and safety standards have been
drawn up to ensure protection from exposure to
radio wave energy. Your cellular telephone
complies with all applicable safety standards
and the Radio Equipment and Telecommunications
Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC.
Always switch off your phone...
Inadequately protected or sensitive electronic
equipment may be affected by radio energy.
This interference can lead to accidents.
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Before boarding an aircraft and/
or when packing the phone in your
luggage: the use of mobile phones
in an aircraft may be dangerous for
the operation of the aircraft, disrupt the mobile
phones network and may be illegal.
In hospitals, clinics, other health care
centres and anywhere else where you
may be in the close vicinity of medical
equipment.
In areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere (e.g. petrol stations and
also areas where the air contains dust
particles, such as metal powders).
In a vehicle transporting flammable products
(even if the vehicle is parked) or a vehicle
powered by liquefied petroleum gas (LPG),
check first that the vehicle complies with the
applicable safety rules.
In areas where you are requested to turn off radio
transmitting devices, such as quarries or other
areas where blasting operations are in progress.
Check with the vehicle manufacturer
that electronic equipment used in
your vehicle will not be affected by
radio energy.
Pacemakers
If you have a pacemaker:
• Always keep the phone more than 15 cm
from your pacemaker when the phone is
switched on, in order to avoid potential
interference.
• Do not carry the phone in a breastpocket.
• Use the ear opposite to the pacemaker to
minimise the potential interference.
• Switch off your phone if you suspect that
interference is taking place.
Hearing aids
If you are a user of a hearing aid, consult your
physician and hearing aid manufacturer to learn
whether your particular device is susceptible to
cellular phone interference.
Improved performance
In order to improve the performance of
your phone, reduce radio energy emission,
reduce battery consumption and ensure
safe operation adhere to the following
guidelines:
For the optimal and satisfactory
operation of the phone you are
recommended to use the phone in the
normal operating position (when not
using in hands-free mode or with a hands-free
accessory).
• Do not expose your phone to extreme
temperatures.
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• Treat the phone with care. Any misuse will
void the International Guarantee.
• Do not immerse the phone in any liquid; if
your phone is damp, switch it off, remove the
battery and let them dry for 24hrs before
using them again.
• To clean the phone, wipe it with a soft cloth.
• Placing and receiving calls consumes the same
amount of battery energy. However, the
mobile consumes less energy in idle screen
when kept in the same place. When in idle
screen and while you are moving, your phone
consumes energy to transmit updated
location information to the network. Setting
the backlight for a shorter period of time as
well as avoiding unnecessary navigating in the
menus will also help to save the battery’s
energy for longer phoning and stand-by
performances.
Battery information
• Your phone is powered by a rechargeable
battery.
• Use specified charger only.
• Do not incinerate.
• Do not deform or open the battery.
• Do not allow metal objects (such as keys in
your pocket) to short circuit the battery
contacts.
• Avoid exposure to excessive heat (>60° C or
140° F), moisture or caustic environments.
You should only use Philips Authentic
Accessories, as the use of any other
accessories may damage your phone
and may be dangerous, and will make
all guarantees for your Philips phone null and
void. The use of an incorrect type of battery may
also cause an explosion.
Make sure damaged parts are replaced
immediately by a qualified technician and that they
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are replaced with genuine Philips replacement
parts.
phone calls is prohibited on public roads in
some countries. Check local regulations.
Your mobile phone and your car
EN 60950 Norm
Studies have shown that speaking on
the telephone while driving lowers
your concentration, which can be
dangerous. Adhere to the following
guidelines:
In hot weather or after prolonged exposure to
the sun (e.g., behind a window or a windscreen),
the temperature of your phone's casing might
increase, especially when featuring a metallic
finish. Be very careful in this case when picking
up your phone and also avoid using it with an
ambient temperature over 40° C.
• Give your full attention to driving. Pull off the
road and park before using the phone.
• Respect the local regulations in countries
where you drive and use your GSM phone.
• If you want to use your phone in a vehicle,
install the hands-free car kit which is designed
for that purpose.
• Ensure that your phone and car kit do not
block any air bags or other security devices
fitted in your car.
• The use of an alarm system to operate a
vehicle's light or horn to indicate incoming
For your phone, the socket-outlet shall be
installed near the phone and shall be accessible.
Environmental care
Remember to observe
regulations regarding the
the packaging materials,
batteries and old phone
promote their recycling.
the local
disposal of
exhausted
and please
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Philips has marked the battery and packaging
with standard symbols designed to promote the
recycling and appropriate disposal of your
eventual waste.
WEEE Marking in the DFU:
“Information to the Consumer”
Disposal of your old product
The labelled packaging material is
recyclable.
Your product is designed and manufactured with
high quality materials and components, which
can be recycled and reused.
A financial contribution has been
made to the associated national
packaging recovery and recycling
system.
When this crossed-out wheeled bin
symbol is attached to a product it
means the product is covered by
the European Directive 2002/96/
EC
The plastic material is recyclable
(also identifies the type of
plastic).
Please inform yourself about the
local separate collection system for
electrical and electronic products.
Please act according to your local rules and do
not dispose of your old products with your
normal household waste. The correct disposal
of your old product will help prevent potential
negative consequences for the environment and
human health.
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Tips
How to prolong the battery life of
your phone
To have your mobile phone function properly,
sufficient battery power is important. For the
power-saving purpose, do the following, if
applicable:
6. Establish GPRS connection when needed.
Otherwise, your phone will keep searching
for GPRS connection, and drain your
battery power.
7. Turn off your phone if there is no coverage.
Otherwise, the phone will keep searching
for network, and drain your battery power.
1. Turn off the Bluetooth function of your
phone.
2. Set the backlight level of your phone to a
low value. Or, turn on the light sensor.
3. Set the backlight duration of your phone to
a low value.
4. Turn on the auto keypad lock. When the
keypad is locked, your phone goes to the
power-saving mode.
5. Turn off the key sounds, tap vibration, or
vibration alerts.
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Troubleshooting
The phone does not switch on
Remove/reinstall the battery. Then charge the
phone until the battery icon stops scrolling.
Unplug the charger and try to switch the mobile
on.
The display shows BLOCKED when
you switch on the phone
Somebody tried to use your phone but didn’t
know the PIN code nor the unblocking code
(PUK). Contact your service provider.
The display shows IMSI failure
This problem is related to your subscription.
Contact your operator.
Your phone doesn’t return to idle
screen
Long press the hang-up key or switch off the
phone, check that the SIM card and the battery
are installed correctly and switch it on again.
The network symbol is not displayed
The network connection is lost. Either you are
in a radio shadow (in a tunnel or between tall
buildings) or you are outside the network
coverage area. Try from another place, try to
reconnect to the network (especially when
abroad), check that the antenna is in place if your
mobile has an external antenna, or contact your
network operator for assistance/information.
The display doesn’t respond (or the
display responds slowly) to key
presses
The display responds more slowly at very low
temperatures. This is normal and does not affect
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the operation of the phone. Take the phone to
a warmer place and try again. In other cases
please contact your phone supplier.
Your battery seems to over heat
You might be using a charger that was not
intended for use with your phone. Make sure
you always use the Philips authentic accessory
shipped with your phone.
Your phone doesn’t display the
phone numbers of incoming calls
This feature is network and subscription
dependent. If the network doesn’t send the
caller’s number, the phone will display Call 1 or
Withheld instead. Contact your operator for
detailed information on this subject.
You can’t send text messages
Some networks don’t allow message exchanges
with other networks. First check that you have
entered the number of your SMS centre, or
contact your operator for detailed information
on this subject.
You can’t receive and/or store JPEG
pictures
A picture may not be accepted by your mobile
phone if it is too large, if its name is too long, or
if it doesn’t have the correct file format.
You feel that you have missed some
calls
Check your call divert options.
When charging, the battery icon
shows no bar and the outline is
flashing
Only charge the battery in an environment
where the temperature does not go below 0°C
(32°F) or above 50°C (113°F).
In other cases please contact your phone
supplier.
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The display shows SIM failure
Check that the SIM card has been inserted
correctly. If the problem persists, your SIM card
may be damaged. Contact your operator.
When attempting to use a feature in
the menu, the display shows NOT
ALLOWED
Some features are network dependent. They are
only available, therefore, if the network or your
subscription supports them. Contact your
operator for detailed information on this
subject.
The display shows INSERT YOUR
SIM CARD
Check that the SIM card has been inserted
correctly. If the problem persists, your SIM card
may be damaged. Contact your operator.
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The autonomy of your phone seems
lower than indicated on the user
guide
The autonomy is linked to your settings (e.g.,
ringer volume, backlight duration) and the
features you use. To increase the autonomy, and
whenever possible, you must deactivate features
you do not use.
Your phone doesn’t work well in
your car
A car contains many metallic parts that absorb
electromagnetic waves which can affect the
phone’s performance. A car kit is available to
provide you with an external antenna and
enables you to make and receive phone calls
without handling the handset.
Check with the local authorities whether or not
you are allowed to use the phone while driving.
Your phone is not charging
If the battery is completely flat, it might take
several minutes of pre-charge (up to 5 minutes
in some cases) before the charging icon is
displayed on the screen.
The picture captured with the phone
camera is not clear
Make sure that the camera lens on both sides is
clean.
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Headset
Philips Authentic Accessories
Some accessories, such as a standard battery,
headset, USB cable and a charger, are included
as standard accessories in your mobile phone
package. Additional accessories may also be
provided or sold separately. Package contents
may therefore vary.
To maximize the performance of your Philips
mobile phone and not to void the warranty,
always purchase Philips Authentic Accessories
that are specially designed for use with your
phone. Philips Consumer Electronics cannot be
held liable for any damages due to use with non
authorised accessories.
Charger
Charges your battery in any AC outlet. Small
enough to carry in a briefcase/handbag.
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Your phone will activate the headset profile
automatically when you plug in the headset.
When using the supplied one-key headset, press
the key to answer a call, and long press the key
to end the call.
USB cable
When connected to a computer through the
USB cable (compatible with most computers),
your phone can work as
Mass
Storage
Allows the data transfer between
PC and the phone, or the microSD card inserted into the phone;
Allows the data management on
the phone, or micro-SD card
through your PC.
COM port
Allows you to back up phone
data, like phonebooks, on a
computer or recover the data
from the computer.
like phonebook, calendar, SMS messages, and
audio/video/picture files. With the software and
GPRS service, you can also connect your PC to
the Internet through your phone.
To do so, install the supplied Data
communication
software
(MobilePhoneTools) on your
computer
(see
"Data
communication software" as
below).
Install MobilePhoneTools on your
PC
When the transfer is finished, please make sure
that you safely remove your device based on the
instruction of your computer.
Data communication software
Data
communication
software
(MobilePhoneTools)
offers
instant
sychronization between your phone and your
computer. You can use the software for the data
synchronization between your phone and PC,
1. Insert the supplied Data communication
software into the CD drive.
2. Run the autorun.exe program.
3. Make selections as prompted, and
installation starts automatically.
Connecting your Phone to the PC
1. Connect your phone to the PC using the
supplied USB cable or through the
Bluetooth.
When using the USB cable for connection,
select COM port on your phone.
The first time you connect your phone to
the PC, wait till the USB driver of your
phone is successfully installed.
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2. On your PC, double click the
MobilePhoneTools icon.
On the bottom left of the menu, “Philips
X503 is connected” is displayed.
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Trademark Declaration
Tegic Euro. Pat.
App. 0842463
T9 ® is a registered
trademark of Nuance
Communications, Inc.
PHILIPS and PHILIPS’
Shield Emblem are
registered
trademarks
of
Koninklijke
Philips
Electronics N.V.
manufactured
by
Shenzhen Sang Fei
Consumer
Communications Co.,
Ltd. under license from
Koninklijke
Philips Electronics N.V.
JAVA is a trademark of
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Bluetooth™ is a trademark
owned
by
telefonaktiebolaget L M
Ericsson, Sweden and
licensed to Philips.
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Specific Absorption Rate Information
International standards
THIS MOBILE PHONE MEETS THE INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXPOSURE
TO RADIO WAVES
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed
the limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy defined by the international standards. These
recommendations have been established by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection (ICNIRP) and, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) that forecast a
substantial safety margin for assuring the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure recommendations for mobile phones use a measurement unit known as the Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR limit recommended by the ICNIRP for the mobile phones used by
the general public is 2.0W/kg averaged over ten grams of tissue and, is 1,6W/kg averaged
over one gram of tissue by IEEE Std 1528 for the head.
Tests for SAR have been conducted using recommended operating positions with the mobile phone
transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is
determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR levels of the mobile phone while
operating are generally below the maximum SAR 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.
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While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones and at various positions,
they all meet the international protection standards for exposure to radio waves.
The highest SAR value for this Xenium X503 model phone when tested for compliance against the
standard was 0.365 W/kg for ICNIRP recommendation.
For limiting the radio waves exposure, it is recommended to reduce the mobile phone call duration
or to use a headset. The purpose of those precautions is to take the mobile phone away from the
head and the body.
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Limited Warranty
1.
2.
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What Does This Limited Warranty
Cover?
Philips warrants to the original retail
purchaser (“Consumer” or “You”) that this
Philips cellular product and all accessories
originally provided by Philips in the sales
package (“Product”) are free from defects
in materials, design and workmanship under
normal use in accordance with the
operating instructions and pursuant to the
following terms and conditions. This limited
warranty extends only to the Consumer for
Products purchased and used in the original
country of purchase. The limited warranty
is valid only in Philips’ intended country of
sales of the product.
How Long is The Limited Warranty Period?
The limited warranty period for the
Product extends for ONE (1) YEAR from
the date of purchase of the Product,
3.
documented by valid proof of purchase.
The limited warranty for original Philips
rechargeable battery extends for six (6)
months from the date of purchase.
What Will Philips Do if The Product is Not
Free From Material Defects in Materials and
Workmanship During The Limited
Warranty Period?
During the limited warranty period, Philips
or its authorized service representative
will, at its option either repair or replace,
without charge for parts or labour, a
materially defective Product with new or
refurbished parts or Product and return
such repaired or replaced Product to the
Consumer in working condition. Philips will
retain defective parts, modules or
equipment.
Repaired or replaced Product will be
covered by this limited warranty for the
balance of the original limited warranty
period or ninety (90) days from the date of
repair or replacement whichever is longer.
4.
Repair or replacement of Product, at
Philips’ option is your exclusive remedy.
What is Not Covered By This Limited
Warranty?
This limited warranty does not cover:
a) Product that has been subjected to
misuse, accident, shipping or other
physical damage, improper installation,
abnormal operation handling, neglect,
inundation, fire, water or other liquid
intrusion; or
b) Product that has been damaged due to
repair, alteration, or modification by
anyone not authorized by Philips; or
c) Product that has reception or
operation problems caused by signal
conditions, network reliability or cable
or antenna systems; or
d) Product defects or problems caused by
uses with non-Philips products or
accessories; or
e)
5.
Product
which
warranty/quality
stickers, product serial number or
electronic serial number has been
removed, altered or rendered illegible;
or
f) Product purchased, used, serviced, or
shipped for repair from outside the
original country of purchase, or used
for commercial or institutional
purposes (including but not limited to
Products used for rental purposes); or
g) Product returned without valid proof
of purchase or which proof of
purchase has been altered or is
illegible.
h) Normal wear and tear or Force
Majeure.
How Do You Get Warranty Service?
a) Return the Product to an authorized
service center of Philips. You may
contact the local Philips office for the
location of the nearest authorized
service center.
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b)
6.
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The SIM card must be removed from
the Product before it is given to Philips.
Philips assumes no liability for damaged
or loss of the SIM card or the data
contained therein.
c) If the Product failure is not covered by
this limited warranty, or this limited
warranty is inapplicable, void or invalid
due to any terms and conditions stated
herein, the Consumer will be charged
for the cost of repair or replacement
of the Product and all other related
cost incurred in repairing or replacing
the Product.
d) IMPORTANT - you are required to
return the Product together with a
valid proof of purchase which must
identify the point of purchase, date of
purchase, Product model and Product
serial number clearly.
Other Limitation: This Warranty is The
Entire Agreement.
EXCEPT
FOR
THE
EXPRESS
WARRANTIES SET FORTH ABOVE AND
THOSE IMPLIED BY LAW AND WHICH
CANNOT BE EXCLUDED OR MODIFIED
BY AGREEMENT, PHILIPS PROVIDES NO
OTHER
WARRANTY
WHETHER
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (WHETHER BY
STATUTE, UNDER THE OPERATION OF
LAW OR OTHERWISE) AND SPECIALLY
DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY OF
SATISFACTORY
QUALITY
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
PHILIPS’
TOTAL
LIABILITY
FOR
DAMAGES RELATING TO OR ARISING
OUT OF THE PURCHASE OR USE OF
THE PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE
TYPE OR CAUSE OF SUCH DAMAGE OR
THE FORM OR CHARACTERISATION
OF THE CLAIM ASSERTED (E.G.
CONTRACT OR TOPIT), SHALL NOT
EXCEED THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE
PRICE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT.
HOWEVER IN NO EVENT SHALL
PHILIPS BE LIABLE FOR ANY PUNITIVE,
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT OR
CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES
(INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE
LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF TIME,
INCONVENIENCE, COMMERIAL LOSS,
LOST
PROFITS,
LOST
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES,
COST
OF
SUBSTITUTION OF GOODS OR
SERVICES, INVESTMENTS, DAMAGE TO
GOODWILL OR REPUTATION, OR
LOSS OF DATA AND CLAIMS BY THIRD
PARTIES) RESULTING FROM PURCHASE
OR USE OF THE PRODUCT, TO THE
FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW,
WHETHER OR NOT PHILIPS HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILTY OF SUCH
DAMAGES. THESE LIMITATIONS SHALL
APPLY
NOTWITHSTANDING
THE
FAILURE OF THE ESSENTIAL PURPOSE
OF ANY LIMITED REMEDY.
This limited warranty represents the
complete and exclusive agreement between
the Consumer and Philips with respect to
this cellular Product and it supercedes all
prior agreements between the parties, oral
or written, and all other communications
between the parties relating to the subject
matter of this limited warranty. No carrier,
retailer, agent, dealer, employee, thereof,
or employee of Philips is authorized to
make modifications to this limited warranty
and you should not rely on any such
representation.
This limited warranty does not affect the
Consumer’s statutory rights under
applicable national laws in force.
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ETSI EN 301 489-17 V1.3.2
Declaration of Conformity
We,
Shenzhen Sang Fei Consumer
Communications Co., Ltd.
11 Science and Technology Road,
Shenzhen Hi-tech Industrial Park,
Nanshan District, Shenzhen 518057
China
declare under our sole responsibility that the
product
Xenium X503
Philips GSM/GPRS 900/1800/1900
TAC number: 35320904
to which this declaration relates, is in conformity
with the following Standards:
SAFETY : EN 60950-1: 2006+A11:2009
HEALTH: EN50360: 2001
EN62209-1:2006
EMC: ETSI EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1;
ETSI EN 301 489-7 V1.3.1;
SPECTRUM: EN 301 511 V9.0.2;
EN 300 328 V1.7.1
We hereby declare that all essential radio test
suites have been carried out and that the above
named product is in conformity to all the
essential requirements of Directive 1999/5/EC.
The conformity assessment procedure referred
to in Article 10 and detailed in Annex IV of Directive 1999/5/EC has been followed with the
involvement of the following Notified Body:
TÜV RHEINLAND PRODUCT SAFETY GMBH
Am Grauen Stein, 51105 Köln
Germany
Identification mark: CE0197
May 13, 2010
Quality Manager
Tips & tricks
Optimizing your Philips Xenium
battery performance
Here are some steps to help you optimize your Philips
Xenium’s battery performance.
How to optimize the standby and talk time
of your phone?
• Always ensure that your phone profile is
appropriately set to meet your actual usage. Profile
setting significantly impacts the phone’s battery
performance. In general, Outdoor Mode is the most
power-draining setting while Silent Mode consumes
the least amount of power.
• If you’re using a Xenium phone with a dual SIM
feature, try to activate the 2 SIM cards only when
absolutely necessary. If you are in a country with
single coverage, deactivate the non-covered SIM to
prolong battery usage.
• If you’re not using applications like Bluetooth, WIFI,
GPS and JAVA, turn them off. And be sure to lock
your phone to prevent accidental pressing of the
keys with the auto-lock feature.
• Adjust the intensity and duration of your display
screen’s backlight to low or medium level and for
the shortest duration. In general, the lower the
backlight level and the shorter the duration, the
more power you will save.
• Avoid using or placing your phone near magnetic
objects (eg. a radio or television) or on metal
surfaces, which will impact the network connection
and ultimately drain power from your battery.
How to extend your battery’s life?
• Full charging and full running down of your battery
will extend its life. Charge the battery once the lowbattery warning comes on.
• Temperature will impact battery usage. Over time,
heat will degrade your battery’s performance. Keep
your phone out of the sun or a hot car. If in low
temperature, place your phone in a warmer place
(eg. your pocket), as battery capacity decreases as
the temperature drops.
• Always use authentic accessories as they enable
your battery to perform at its peak. Non-authentic
accessories (eg. chargers) can damage your battery
and even your phone.