Samsung SCH-U680ZAAVZW User's Manual

User Guide
User Guide
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Table of Contents
Getting Started ............................................................1
Main Menu ...................................................................45
Front View........................................................................2
Side View.........................................................................4
Open View .......................................................................6
Assemble Your Device ..................................................8
Set Up Your Device .....................................................12
Contacts.........................................................................46
Messaging .....................................................................66
Recent Calls..................................................................81
Mobile Web ...................................................................83
Media Center ................................................................84
Tools ...............................................................................94
Apps ............................................................................ 106
VZ Navigator .............................................................. 107
Settings....................................................................... 108
Know Your Device ...................................................15
Front View......................................................................16
Status Bar......................................................................18
Navigation......................................................................19
Entering Text .................................................................27
Calling and Push to Talk (PTT)
......................34
Making and Answering Calls .....................................35
Push to Talk (PTT) .......................................................42
Table of Contents
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Getting Started
Learn about your mobile
device hardware, assembly
procedures, and how to get
started using your new device.
Front View
Rewind
Fast Forward
Play/Pause
Speakers
Getting Started
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Front View
• Fast Forward: When the phone is closed, press to
Here are some key features on the
front of your device.
Lock or Unlock external keys (press Fast Forward
Key, then press and hold the Rewind Key to unlock
external keys). During music playback, press and
hold to fast forward music. Press to go to the next
song.
• Rewind: During music playback, press and hold to
rewind music. Press to go to the previous song.
• Speakers: Plays Music, Ringtones and Sounds.
• Play/Pause: During music playback, press to play/
pause music. When the phone is closed, press to
access an external menu of applications.
Getting Started
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Front View
Side View
Headset Jack
Shortcut/
PTT Key
Volume
Speakerphone
microSD
Card Slot
Getting Started
Charging/
USB Port
4
Side View
•
Here are some key features on the
sides of your device.
Charging/USB Port: The charging port is used to
plug in the charging accessories and also connect
any available accessory cables to your phone.
• Shortcut Key/PTT (Push To Talk) Key: Press and
hold to launch a shortcut menu. When PTT Mode is
turned on, press to initiate PTT.
• Volume: Press to adjust master volume, or voice
volume during a call. Press to mute an incoming
call ringtone. Press and hold down to activate
Sound Off mode, or press and hold up to return to
the Master Volume level. When using the external
menu, press to navigate lists. With the phone
closed, press down four times to initiate the Fake
Call feature.
• microSD Card Slot: Insert an optional microSD™
or microSDHC™ memory card (not included) for
additional storage capacity.
• Headset Jack: Plug in an optional 3.5 mm headset
(not included) for safe, convenient conversations.
• Speakerphone: When the phone is closed, press
and hold to turn Driving Mode on or off. When the
phone is open, press to turn Speakerphone on
or off.
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Side View
Open View
Earpiece
Directional and
Center Select Keys
Left Soft Key
Right Soft Key
ICE Key
Voice Commands
Send
End/Power
Clear
Voicemail
Vibration Mode
Getting Started
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Open View
• Send: Press to dial a call. From the Home screen,
Here are some key features found on
the opened phone.
press to view Recent Calls.
• Vibration mode: With the flip open, press and hold
to switch between Vibrate Mode and Master Volume
level.
• Center Select Key: Press to select the highlighted
item.
• Voice Commands: With the flip open, press to
• Clear: Press to delete a character, or go back.
launch Voice Commands.
Press and hold to delete the previous word. When
navigating menus and pages, press to go back to
the previous screen.
• Voicemail: Press and hold to dial voicemail.
• Directional Keys: Press to scroll phone menus.
• Earpiece: Hear call sounds, including the caller.
• End/Power: Press to end a call. Press and hold
to turn the phone On or Off. Press to send an
incoming call to voicemail.
• ICE Key: Quickly access emergency contacts by
pressing this key. ICE is an acronym for “In Case of
Emergency”.
• Left Soft Key: Press to select the lower left menu
item on the display.
• Right Soft Key: Press to select the lower right
menu item on the display.
Getting Started
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Open View
Assemble Your Device
Prior to use, install the battery. You
can also install an optional memory
card (not included).
1. Use an object, such as a coin, and insert it in the
slot on the back cover lock. Turn the lock counter­
clockwise to open the battery cover. Lift the cover
up and away from the phone.
2. Use the groove at the top left corner of the cover
to lift the cover up and away from the back of the
phone.
Remove the Back Cover
Warning: Do not bend or twist the back cover
excessively. Doing so may damage the cover.
Included
Getting Started
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Assemble Your Device
Install the Battery
Replace the Back Cover
Included
1. Insert the battery into the opening on the back of
the phone, making sure the connectors align.
1. Place the cover back on the bottom of the handset
then press down firmly.
2. Gently press down to secure the battery.
2. Press down along the edges to make sure the
cover is flush with the phone and that there is a
tight seal.
3. Turn the slot on the back cover lock clockwise until
the cover locks.
Getting Started
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Assemble Your Device
Note: When placing the cover back on the phone, press
down firmly along the edges to ensure that the cover
is flush with the phone. This ensures that the battery
compartment is pressurized.
Charge the Battery
Your device is powered by a rechargeable, standard
Li-Ion battery. A Wall/USB Charger (charging head
and USB cable) is included with the device for
charging the battery from any standard outlet.
The battery comes partially charged. A fully
discharged battery requires up to four hours of charge
time. You can use the device while charging.
1. Open the side slot and plug the connector of the
travel adapter jack into the jack on the side of the
phone.
Caution: Use only Samsung-approved charging devices
and batteries. Samsung accessories are designed to
maximize battery life. Using other accessories may
invalidate your warranty and may cause damage.
2. Insert the USB cable into the port.
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3. Connect the USB cable to the charging head, and
then plug the charging head into a standard outlet.
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Assemble Your Device
When to Charge the Battery
Charging Head
When the battery is weak and only a few minutes of
operation remain, the battery icon (
) blinks and
the device sounds a warning tone at regular intervals.
USB Cable
In this condition, your device conserves its remaining
battery power by dimming the screen.
When the battery level becomes too low, the device
automatically turns off.
► For a quick check of your battery level, view the
battery charge indicator located in the Status Bar
) indicates a full
of the display. Four bars (
charge.
4. When charging is complete, unplug the charging
head from the outlet and remove the USB cable
from the device.
Caution: Failure to unplug the wall charger before you
remove the battery can cause damage to the device.
Getting Started
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Assemble Your Device
Set Up Your Device
Turning the Phone On or Off
Initial Setup
1. Open the phone.
The first time you turn on your phone, Set-up Wizard
will prompt you to configure basic preferences, to
quickly get started using your phone.
2. Press and hold the
Power key until the phone
power-on screen displays.
You can also access Set-up Wizard at any time in
Settings.
Note: Do not turn on the phone when mobile phone use
is prohibited.
From the Home screen, press
Set-up Wizard.
3. If the phone requests a password, enter it and
Center key. For more
OK or the
press
information, see Security.
Left Soft key (Preview),
Use the
Right Soft
key (Skip), and Center Select key (NEXT) or (SET)
to follow the prompts and set preferences:
The Home screen displays while the phone
searches for your network. After the phone finds
your network and displays adequate signal strength
bars, you can make or receive calls.
Note: The display language is preset to Automatic at
the factory. To change the language, use the Language
menu. For more information, see Language.
4. When you want to switch off the phone, press and
Power key until the power-off image
hold the
displays.
Getting Started
MENU > Settings >
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•
Font Style: Choose a font style for the dial,
menus, and messaging.
•
Font Size: Choose a font size for the dial, menus, and messaging.
•
Volume Key Control: When enabled, you can
adjust the display’s font size by pressing the
Volume Key.
Set Up Your Device
•
Setting Up Your Voicemail
Front Screen Menu: View information about the
menu available on the Front Screen when the
phone is closed.
•
Call Sounds: Choose how your phone alerts you
to incoming calls.
•
Display Themes: Choose the look of your
phone’s screen.
•
Menu Layout: Choose the look of the
Main menu.
•
Main Clock: Select a format for the clock on the
Home screen.
•
Front Clock: Select a format for the clock on the
external display when the phone is closed.
Getting Started
Note: If your service provider did not preconfigure your
voicemail server number, store the voicemail server
number before accessing the server. Your service
provider can give you the number.
Setting Up Your Personal Options
To set up your personal options:
1. Open the phone to access the keypad.
2. From a Home screen, press and hold the
key.
One
3. Follow the voicemail prompts. If you need additional
help setting up your voicemail, contact your service
provider.
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Set Up Your Device
Install an Optional
Memory Card
You can install an optional microSD or microSDHC
memory card (not included) to expand available
memory space.
Note: A memory card can be installed at any time; it is
not necessary to install it prior to using the device.
To add additional memory to your phone, you can
insert a microSD card into the memory card slot on
the side of the phone.
To remove a microSD card:
1. Lift the memory card cover out and turn it to
expose the card slot.
Use the following instructions and illustrations to
properly install a microSD card.
2. Push the memory card inward to release and
carefully slide the card out of the memory card slot.
Note: Your phone supports microSD cards to a
maximum size of 32GB.
3. Replace the memory card cover.
1. Lift the memory card cover out and turn it to
expose the card slot.
2. With the gold contacts facing down, carefully push
the memory card into the slot until it “clicks” into
place.
3. Replace the memory card cover.
Getting Started
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Set Up Your Device
Know Your Device
Learn some of the key
features of your mobile
device, including the screens
and icons, as well as how to
navigate the device and enter
text using the keyboard.
Front View
Status Bar
Home Screen
Event Status
(appears when there
is a notification)
Message
Shortcut
Know Your Device
MENU
Shortcut
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Contacts Shortcuts
Front View
Change Display Appearance
The Home screen is the starting
point for using your device. Here are
some features of the Home screen.
You can change and customize several features of the
Main and Cover display. See Display Settings for more
details.
• Contacts Shortcut: Opens the Contacts
application.
• Event Status: Displays icons to indicate active
alerts, reminders, and alarms.
• Home Screen: Displays Wallpaper, Banners,
and Clock.
• MENU Shortcut: Opens the Menu screen.
• Message Shortcut: Opens the Messaging or
Messages application. Status Bar: Displays
icons to show network status, battery power, and
connection details.
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Front View
Status Bar
The Status Bar at the top of the Main
display provides device information
(such as network status, battery
charge, and time) and message
notifications.
Icon Glossary
The Icon Glossary is a list of all icons used on your
phone.
MENU >
► From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Info > Icon Glossary.
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Status Bar
Navigation
Command Keys
Left Soft key
There are several command keys that you can use
to navigate your phone. These keys are referenced
throughout this user manual.
Some functions of the Left soft key are:
• On a Home screen, press the left soft key to open
the Menu.
• When in a menu, the left soft key function is
Soft Keys
Options.
There are two soft keys: the
Left Soft key and
the
Right Soft key. The roles of the soft keys vary
depending on the function you are currently using.
The labels on the bottom line of the display, just above
each soft key, indicate the current function of the
corresponding key.
Right Soft Key
Some functions of the Right soft key are:
• In a Home screen, press the right soft key to open
the Contacts or Shortcuts.
• When in a menu mode, the right soft key function
is Back.
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Navigation
Directional Key
Directional Key Shortcuts
Press the Directional Key UP, DOWN, LEFT or RIGHT
to browse menus and lists, or to launch applications
from the Home screen with Directional Key Shortcuts.
From the Home screen, press the Directional Key to
launch favorite applications.
Customize Directional Key Shortcuts with Set
Shortcuts under Phone Settings. For details, see
Set My Shortcuts.
While navigating, you can also press the number key
corresponding to an menu item to launch the item.
My Pictures
UP
LEFT
My Verizon
RIGHT
New Text
Message
DOWN
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My Shortcuts
1. Alarm Clock
2. Phone Search
3. Bluetooth On/Off
4. Calendar
Navigation
Center Select Key
End/Power Key
Press the Center Select key to select a highlighted
item or perform the highlighted action.
The
End/Power key can be used for the following
functions:
• Press and hold it to turn your phone on or off.
• Press it once to disconnect a call.
• Press it to return to the Home screen from
For example, from the Home screen, press MENU to
launch the Menu.
Clear Key
any menu.
• Press it to cancel the last input.
• Press it to send an incoming call directly to
The
Clear key can be used for the following
functions:
• If you enter an incorrect character, briefly press it to
Voicemail.
backspace and delete the character.
•
•
Press and hold it to erase an entire sentence.
Briefly press it to back up one menu level.
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Navigation
Send Key
Use the
Voice Commands Key
Send key to for the following functions:
Press the
Voice Commands key to launch Voice
Commands.
• Press it once to answer calls.
• Enter a number and briefly press it to make a call.
• Briefly press it in the Home screen to display a list
Voicemail Key
Press and hold the
of recent calls to and from your phone.
• Press it twice in standby mode to call the most
Voicemail key to call Voicemail.
Navigation Keypad
recent number.
•
• Press and hold it to turn on your phone when the
Use the directional keys on the Navigation keypad to
browse menus, sub-menus, and lists. Press the Up or
Down Navigation keys when browsing the web to jump
highlighted links on the web page.
Press it to pick up a waiting call.
phone is off.
Center Navigation key can often be used
Tip: The
instead of the Select soft key.
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Navigation
Using the Front Keys as
Soft Keys
Locking and Unlocking the Front Keys
The front keys can be locked or disabled, preventing
them from being pressed accidentally.
When the phone is closed, use the front keys as soft
keys to navigate a special menu.
To lock (disable) the front keys, press the
Fast Forward key.
Play/Pause key
With the phone closed, press the
to launch the special MENU. Press the Volume keys to
navigate the menu:
•
Message: View messages and reply using Quick
Text.
•
•
•
My Music: Play music.
•
Today’s Schedule: List events scheduled for today.
•
Bluetooth: Turns Bluetooth on or off.
To unlock (enable) the front keys, press the
Fast Forward key, then press and hold the
Rewind key
Voice Commands: Open Voice Commands.
Full Readout: Numbers, menus, alerts, and
messages will be read aloud.
Play key functions as the
In this menu, the
Center Select Key , and the
Rewind key
functions as the BACK key, and may be used to return
to the previous menu.
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Navigation
Menu Navigation
6. To return to the previous menu level, press
Clear.
Menus and sub-menus can be accessed by scrolling
through them using the Navigation keys or by using
the shortcut keys.
7. To exit the menu without changing the settings,
press
End.
1. Accessing a menu by scrolling.
1. From a Home screen, press
Using Shortcut Numbers
Menu.
Numbered menu items, such as menus, sub-menus,
and options can be quickly accessed by using their
shortcut numbers. In Menu mode, Main Menus can
be accessed by pressing the number keys (1 to 9)
corresponding to their location on the screen.
2. Scroll using the Right and Left Navigation keys to
reach a main menu item, such as Settings. Press
the
Select key (OK) to enter the menu.
3. If the menu contains sub-menus, you can access
them by first highlighting the option and then by
pressing Select.
4. If the menu you selected contains further options,
repeat this step.
5. To scroll through these menus, press either the Up
or Down Navigation key or the Volume key (located
on the left side of your phone). Press Select to
make your selection.
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Navigation
Shortcuts
•
Your phone offers shortcuts from Idle mode that can
be customized for your ease and specific needs. The
Right
shortcuts menu is accessed by pressing the
Soft key when on a Home screen. Up to four shortcuts
can be configured.
Display Settings: Access the display
settings menu.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Driving Mode: Access the Driving Mode page.
To see the shortcuts that can be added, from Idle mode, press MENU > Settings > Phone Settings
> Set Shortcuts > Set My Shortcuts > EDIT . The
following shortcuts are available:
•
•
Alarm Clock: Set and edit alarms.
•
•
APPS: Access the APPS menu.
•
•
•
•
•
Bluetooth Menu: Access the Bluetooth menu.
Advanced Voice Command: Access the voice
commands menu.
Backup Assistant: Access the Backup Assistant
menu.
Bluetooth On/Off: Enable or disable Bluetooth.
Calculator: Access the Calculator.
Calendar: Access the Calendar app.
Call Settings: Access the call settings menu.
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Fake Call: Access the Fake Call settings page.
Media Center: Access the Media Center menu.
Messaging Inbox: View and write messages.
Mobile Web: Open the Internet browser.
Music & Tones: Access the Music & Tones menu.
My Music: View music stored on your phone.
My Pictures: View pictures stored on your phone.
My Ringtones: View ringtones.
My Sounds: View sounds stored on your phone.
My Verizon: Access your Verizon account.
My Videos: View videos stored on your phone.
New Contact: Add a new contact.
New Message: Compose a new message.
Notepad: Access the Notepad.
Phone Search: Search your phone for files.
Phone Settings: Access the Phone Settings menu.
Navigation
• Picture & Video: Access the Picture & Video menu.
• Play All Songs: Start playing all songs.
• Settings: Access the Settings menu.
• Social Networks: Access social network apps.
• Sounds Settings: Access the Sounds Settings
Selecting Options
To view the various functions and options available
and to select the one you want:
► Press the appropriate soft key.
To select the function displayed or the option
highlighted:
menu.
• Stopwatch: Access the Stopwatch.
• Tip Calculator: Access the Tip Calculator.
• Tools: Access the Tools menu.
• USB Mass Storage: Set the USB connection to
► Press
Select.
To view the next function or highlight the next option
on a list:
► Press the Down Navigation key.
Mass Storage.
To move back to the previous function or option on a
list:
• VZ Navigator: Access the VZ Navigator app.
• World Clock: Access the World Clock.
► Press the Up Navigation key.
To move back up one level in the menu structure:
► Press
Clear.
To exit the menu structure without changing the
settings:
► Press
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End.
Navigation
Entering Text
•
•
•
•
•
•
Learn how to select the desired
text input method when entering
text and characters. This section
also describes how to use the T9
predictive text system to reduce the
key strokes required to enter text.
가: Korean text entry for phones.
Tiěng viět: Vietnamese text entry for phones.
XT9 Tiěng viět: Vietnamese predictive text.
Smileys: Common emoticons to express emotion.
Quick Text: Pre-entered phrases (text fields only).
Note: Available text entry modes depend on the type of
text field.
Your phone offers multiple ways to enter text:
• Abc/ABC/abc: Standard text entry for phones
• 123: Numbers
• XT9 Word: English predictive text
• Symbols: Common text symbols
• Domain Extensions: Web domain extensions for
Changing the Text Entry Mode
You can change the entry mode to your preference.
1. While entering text, press the
display a list of entry modes.
Left Soft key to
2. Highlight an entry mode, then press
email addresses or URLs.
•
拼音: Chinese text entry for phones.
OK.
XT9 Palabra: Spanish predictive text.
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Entering Text
• Press once to enter a period.
• Press and hold any key to enter the number on
Entering Text Using XT9 Word
XT9 Word is a predictive text entry mode that
recognizes common English words matching the
sequence of your key presses and inserts the most
common word into your text. XT9 Word requires only
one key press per letter of the word, and is much
faster than traditional text entry.
the key.
Entering Text Using
XT9 Palabra
To switch to XT9 Word mode:
► Press the
XT9 Palabra is a predictive text entry mode for
Spanish that recognizes common words matching the
sequence of your key presses and inserts the most
common word into your text. XT9 Palabra requires
only one key press per letter of the word, and is much
faster than traditional text entry.
Left Soft key, then press XT9 Word.
While entering text:
• Press the key for each letter only once.
• Enter the entire word before editing or deleting
► To switch to XT9 Palabra mode, press the
Soft key, then press XT9 Palabra.
characters. Press the
Clear key to backspace
and clear one character, or press and hold to clear
an entire word.
•
If XT9 Word inserts the wrong word, press
to toggle between other matching words.
•
Press
to switch between Type (initial case), type
(lower case) and TYPE (upper case).
•
To enter a space, press
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Left
While entering text:
Zero
• Press the key for each letter only once.
• Enter the entire word before editing or deleting
characters. Press the
Clear key to backspace
and clear one character, or press and hold to clear
an entire word.
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Entering Text
•
If XT9 Palabra inserts the wrong word, press
toggle between other matching words.
•
Press
to switch between Type (initial case),
type (lower case) and TYPE (upper case).
to
•
• Press once to enter a period.
• Press and hold any key to enter the number on
To enter a space, press
.
the key.
Entering Text Using Abc Mode
Abc Mode is standard text entry mode for mobile
telephones.
► To switch to Abc mode, press the
key, then press Abc.
•
Press the
Clear key to backspace and clear
one character, or press and hold to clear an entire
word.
•
Press
to switch between Abc (initial case),
abc (lower case) and ABC (upper case).
•
•
To enter a space, press
.
Press
once to enter a period, twice for an “at”
symbol (@),three times for a question mark (?), four
times for an exclamation mark (!), five times for a
hyphen (-), six times for a comma, seven times for
an ampersand (&), eight times for a colon (:), nine
times for an apostrophe (’), and ten times for a
slash (/).
• Press and hold any key to enter the number on
Left Soft
the key.
While entering text:
• Press the appropriate key once for the first letter on
the key, twice for the second letter, three times for
the third letter, and four times for the fourth letter.
• When the correct letter displays, pause briefly to
advance to the next letter, or press another key.
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Entering Text
Entering Numbers
Entering Symbols
Use 123 mode to enter numbers into a text field.
Use Symbols mode to enter common symbols into a
text field.
► To switch to 123 mode, press the
key, then press 123.
Left Soft
► To switch to Symbols mode, press the
Soft key, then press Symbols.
Left
While entering numbers:
•
•
To enter symbols:
Press the appropriate key for each number.
Press the
Clear key to backspace to clear one
number. Press and hold to clear multiple numbers
in a string.
•
Use the
Directional key to highlight a symbol,
then press the
Center Select key to insert it.
•
There are three pages of symbols. Press the
Left Soft key (Prev) to move to the previous
page, or the
Right Soft key (Next) to move to
the next page of symbols.
Tip: You can also press the key for the number
corresponding to a symbol.
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Entering Text
Entering Smileys
While in Quick Text mode:
Directional key to highlight a phrase,
► Use the
then press the
Center Select key (OK) to
insert t.
Use Smileys mode to enter common symbols into a
text field.
To switch to Smileys mode:
► Press the
To erase a Quick Text phrase:
Left Soft key, then press Smileys.
Directional key to highlight a phrase,
► Use the
Left Soft key (Erase).
then press the
To enter smileys:
► Use the
Directional key to highlight a smiley,
then press the
Center Select key (OK) to
insert it.
For additional options:
Right Soft key (Options). The
► Press the
following options display:
Tip: You can also press the key for the number
corresponding to a smiley.
•
•
•
Entering Quick Text
New: Create a new phrase.
Edit: Modify the highlighted phrase.
Move: Change the order of the phrases.
Tip: You can also press the key for the number
corresponding to a Quick Text phrase.
Use Quick Text mode to insert preloaded messages
into a text message or to create and insert your own
Quick Text phrases.
To switch to Quick Text mode:
Left Soft key, then select ► Press the
Quick Text.
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Entering Text
Entering Domain Extensions
To erase a Domain Extension:
Use Domain Extensions to insert common Internet
symbols or phrases, such as @ or .com.
► Use the
Directional key to highlight a phrase,
then press the
Left Soft key (Erase).
Note: Domain Extensions mode is only available in
fields where you enter addresses, such as in Contacts,
or when creating a recipient list in a message.
To create a new Domain Extension:
► Press the
Right Soft key (New).
Tip: You can also press the key for the number
corresponding to a Domain Extension.
To switch to Domain Extensions mode:
Left Soft key, then press Domain
► Press the
Extensions.
While in Domain Extensions mode:
Directional key to highlight a phrase,
► Use the
then press the
Center Select key (OK) to
insert it.
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Entering Text
Keys
P p Q q R r S s 7
The following chart lists the keys and the characters
associated with each key. English and Spanish letters
are shown:
T t U u V v Ú ú Ü ü 8
. @ ¿ ? ¡ ! - , & : ’ / 1
W w X x Y y Z z 9
A a B b C c Á á Ã ã Ç ç 2
✶, +
D d E e F f É é 3
0
G g H h I i Í í 4
(space), #
J j K k L l 5
M m N n O o Ó ó Ñ ñ Õ õ 6
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Entering Text
Calling and Push to Talk (PTT)
Make telephone calls using a
variety of calling features and
services.
Making and Answering Calls
Learn how to make or answer a call.
Explore features and functionality
associated with making or answering
a call.
Making an International Call
1. Press and hold the
character displays.
Star key. The plus (+)
2. Enter the local country exit code, the destination
country code, area code, and phone number
3. Press
Send.
Making a Call
1. Open the phone.
2. Using the keypad, enter the phone number, then
press the
Send key.
Note: To make a call using a speed dial, enter the
speed dial digits, holding down the last digit until the
phone dials the stored telephone number.
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Making and Answering Calls
Answering Calls
Answering Call-Waiting Calls
You can answer a call, or send the caller to voicemail.
When you receive a call while on a call:
• If the phone is closed, open the flip to answer the
•
Press the
Send key to answer the new call. The
original call is placed on hold.
•
•
Press the
Send key again to return to your
original call.
call automatically.
If the phone is open, press the
Send key.
Note: These are default answer options. You can choose
other options for answering calls.
Sending a Call to Voicemail
To send a call to voicemail:
•
Press the
Right Soft key (Ignore) to send the
call to voicemail.
• To send the call to voicemail and send a reply
message to the caller, press the
Center Select
key (TXT), then select a message.
Note: To silence the ringtone for an incoming call, press
the
Left Soft key (Quiet).
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Making and Answering Calls
Call In-Progress Options
While on a call, you can answer an incoming call, or
access other features.
•
While in a call, press the
Left Soft key (Mute)
to mute the microphone so the other party cannot
hear your voice.
•
While in a call, press the
Right Soft key (Options) for these options:
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Messaging: Launch Messaging, to create a new
message or view messages.
•
•
Contact List: Open the Contact list.
•
•
•
•
Bluetooth Menu: Display the Bluetooth menu.
•
Whisper Mode: Increase the microphone to
maximum volume level, to make your voice
easier to hear for the other party.
•
Noise Cancellation: Reduce external noise on
the call.
Ending a Call
When you want to end your call, press
close the phone.
End or
Recent Calls: Display recent received, missed
and dialed calls.
Main Menu: Display the Main menu.
Notepad: Open the Notepad.
Voice Privacy: Improve the security of a voice call.
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Making and Answering Calls
Recent Calls
Directional key to scroll right or left to
3. Use the
view Calls filtered by type.
Recent Calls contains a record of calls to and from
your phone.
1. With the phone open, press the
4. Highlight a call to use these options:
Send key.
2. ALL CALLS display by date, time, and contact
name or phone number, plus an icon to show the
type of call:
Missed Call: Calls you did not answer.
Received Call: Calls you answered.
Dialed Call: Calls made from your phone.
PTT Missed Call: PTT calls you did not
answer.
PTT Individual Incoming: PTT calls you
answered.
PTT Group Incoming: PTT group calls you
answered.
PTT Individual Outgoing: PTT calls made
from your phone.
PTT Group Outgoing: PTT group calls made from your phone.
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•
Press the
Left Soft key (Message) to create
a new message addressed to the phone number.
•
Press the
Center Select key (OPEN) to view
call details.
•
Press the
options:
Right Soft key (Options) for these
•
Save to Contacts/Details: Save the number
to Contacts (only available if the number is
not already saved), or view the contact’s
information.
•
Save to PTT Contacts: Save the number to
PTT Contacts (only available if the number is
not already saved).
•
•
Erase: Delete the call record.
•
•
Erase All: Delete all recent call records.
Lock/Unlock: Enable or remove protection.
Locked call records cannot be deleted.
View Timers: View call statistics.
Making and Answering Calls
Making Calls Using Recent Calls
1. With the flip open, press the
Deleting Recent Call Records
Send key.
1. With the flip open, press the
2. Use the
Directional key to highlight a call,
then press the
Send key.
2. Use the
Directional key to highlight a call,
then press the
Right Soft key (Options).
3. Select Erase or Erase All, then follow the prompts
to erase records.
Creating or Updating Contacts Using
Recent Calls
1. With the flip open, press the
Send key.
Send key.
2. Use the
Directional key to highlight a call,
then press the
Right Soft key (Options) to
select:
•
•
Save to Contacts
Save to PTT Contacts
Directional key to highlight an option,
3. Use the
then press the
Center Select key (OK):
•
•
Add New Contact
Update Existing
4. Continue entering contact information, as desired.
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Making and Answering Calls
Fake Call
Driving Mode
Use Fake Call to have your phone ring with a fake call
when you press the Volume key down four times in
a row.
When Driving Mode is enabled, your phone uses
sounds to alert you to notifications, regardless of other
phone or call settings.
For example, when you receive a call or message, your
phone reads out the caller’s (or sender’s) name and
number, and Call Alert sounds will play, even if you
have set Master Volume to Sounds Off or Vibrate Only.
Setting Up Fake Calls
Enable and choose options for Fake Calls.
► From the Home screen, press
> Call Settings > Fake Call.
MENU > Settings
Enabling Driving Mode with
Voice Commands
Initiating a Fake Call
1. With the flip open, press the
key.
► From Idle mode with the phone closed and the
external keys unlocked, press the Volume key
down four times.
Voice Commands
2. At the audio prompt, say “Turn driving mode on.”
After the Fake Call Timer period elapses, your phone
rings to notify you of the fake call. If you entered Fake
contact Info, it appears on the screen. Otherwise the
screen displays “Restricted.”
When you answer the Fake Call, you’ll hear the Fake
Call Voice, if you selected it in Fake Call settings.
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Making and Answering Calls
Enabling Driving Mode in Settings
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Driving Mode.
2. Choose a setting:
Calling
•
Caller ID Only: Reads Caller ID for incoming
calls and messages.
•
ID & Message: Reads Caller ID and the message
content for incoming messages.
•
Off: Disable Driving Mode.
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Making and Answering Calls
Push to Talk (PTT)
Making a Barge Call
Push one button to contact other
Verizon Wireless Push to Talk PTT
customers.
3. Press the
PTT key to access your PTT
Contact List, and use the Directional key to
highlight the entry you wish to call. (Or, if you
prefer, you can enter the 10-digit number of the
Verizon Wireless PTT subscriber.)
A Barge call automatically connects, while an Alert call
sends a tone — giving the recipient the option to either
answer or ignore the call.
4. Press and hold the
PTT key. Listen for the
tone. The message “Connecting to” will appear
on the display. When connected, “Talking to” will
appear on the display. Speak while pressing the
PTT key.
For complete details, go to verizonwireless.com/ptt.
Turn PTT On/Off
5. Release the
PTT key when finished speaking.
This allows the called party to reply.
1. Press
MENU > Settings > PTT Settings > PTT Mode.
2. Select On/Off, then press the
key (OK).
Calling
6. Press the
Center Select
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End/Power key to end the call.
Push to Talk (PTT)
Receiving a Barge Call
Making an Alert Call
1. When your phone receives a Barge call, the
Barge tone plays. You then hear the calling party
speaking through the speaker phone. The calling
party’s wireless number or saved contact name will
appear on your display.
1. Press the
PTT key to access your PTT
Contact List and use the
Directional key to
highlight the entry you wish to call.
2. Press and hold the
3. Release the
4. Press the
2. Press the
Left Soft key (Alert).
3. Press and release the
PTT key to alert the
selected individual. The PTT Outgoing Alert tone
sounds, and “Alerting...” appears on the display.
PTT key to talk.
PTT key to let another party talk.
End/Power key to end the call.
4. If the called party answers the alert, “Listening to”
appears on the display and you will hear the called
party speaking. If the called party chooses to
ignore the alert, or if the phone is unavailable, an
Unavailable message will appear on your display.
5. When the called party is finished speaking, you will
hear the Floor Available tone and the Connected
screen will appear on your display.
6. Press and hold the
PTT key to talk.
7. Release the
PTT key when finished speaking.
This allows the called party to reply.
8. Press the
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End/Power key to end the call.
Push to Talk (PTT)
Receiving an Alert Call
PTT Contacts
1. When your phone receives an alert, the PTT Alert
tone plays. The message Incoming Alert is
displayed with the phone number or contact name
of the calling party. The PTT Alert tone repeats
every 2 seconds until it is answered or ignored, or
until 20 seconds have passed. If you do not answer
within 20 seconds, the PTT call is automatically
disconnected.
Note: PTT Mode must be activated in order to see the
PTT Contact List.
1. Press
2. Press the
Directional key UP or DOWN to
scroll through your Contact List.
3. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) to select
one of the following options: New PTT Contact,
Copy To Contacts, Temp PTT Group, Erase, Edit,
Do Not Disturb-On, Do Not Disturb List, Call,
New Message, Sort.
2. To answer the alert, press and hold the
PTT
key and begin talking. To ignore the alert, press the
Right Soft key (Ignore).
3. Release the
4. Press the
Calling
MENU > Contacts > PTT Contact List.
PTT Key to let another party talk.
4. Press the
End/Power key to end the call.
Left Soft key (Alert).
5. Press and release the
selected individual.
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PTT key to alert the
Push to Talk (PTT)
Main Menu
The Menu screen displays all
applications installed on your
device. Learn how to use and
arrange your apps.
Contacts
Adding a Contact
Store information about your daily contacts in
Contacts, to make calling and messaging easier.
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
Your phone supports both normal phone contacts and
PTT Contacts. A contact record can be copied to a
PTT contact.
Right Soft key (Options) > 2. Press the
New Contact.
Note: PTT (Push-To-Talk) Mode must be enabled to see
PTT Contacts and PTT Groups.
3. In the Name: field, enter a name for the contact
using the keypad.
For quick access to the Contacts List:
► From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
4. Use the
Directional keys to highlight fields to
enter information for the contact, including at least
one phone number or email.
Right Soft
5. When finished, press
To access Contacts for all features:
► From the Home screen, press
Contacts.
Main Menu
Right Soft
SAVE.
MENU >
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Contacts
Adding a Contact from the Keypad
Adding a Contact from Recent Calls
Enter a telephone number with the keypad, then save
it as a Contact.
Save a telephone number from a recent call record as
a contact.
1. From the Home screen, use the keypad to enter a
telephone number.
1. With the flip open, press the
display Recent Calls.
2. If PTT Mode is ON, press the
Right Soft key
(Options) > Save > Add New Contact.
Directional keys to highlight a 2. Use the
recent call.
3. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Save to Contacts > Add New Contact.
– or –
If PTT Mode is OFF, press
> Add New Contact.
Send key to Left Soft key (Save)
4. Use the
Directional keys to highlight Mobile 1,
Mobile 2, Home, Business or Fax, then press
OK.
3. Use the
Directional keys to highlight Mobile 1,
Mobile 2, Home, Business or Fax, then press
OK.
5. Enter a name for the contact in the Name: field.
4. In the Name: field, enter a name for the contact
using the keypad.
6. Continue adding information to fields or press
SAVE.
5. Use the
Directional keys to highlight fields to
enter information for the contact.
6. When finished, press
Main Menu
SAVE.
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Contacts
Erasing Contacts
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
Editing a Contact
Right Soft
To make changes to an existing contact:
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
2. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Manage Contacts > Erase.
2. Highlight a contact, then press the
key (Edit).
3. Highlight a contact, then press
MARK to mark
it for erasure or press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Mark All to mark all contacts.
Right Soft
Left Soft
3. Use the
Directional keys to move to fields to
modify or add information for the contact.
4. Press the
Left Soft key (Done), then follow the
prompts to confirm the erasure.
4. When finished, press
SAVE.
5. At the prompt, enter the Lock Code. By default, the
Lock Code is the last four digits of your telephone
number.
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Contacts
Editing a Contact from the Keypad
Editing a Contact from Recent Calls
Enter a telephone number with the keypad, then save
it to an existing contact.
Save a telephone number from a recent call record to
a contact.
1. From the Home screen, use the keypad to enter a
telephone number.
1. With the flip open, press the
display recent calls. 2. If PTT Mode is On, press the
Right Soft key
(Options) > Save > Update Existing.
Directional keys to highlight a 2. Use the
recent call.
3. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Save to Contacts > Update Existing.
– or –
If PTT Mode is Off, press the
(Save) > Update Existing.
Left Soft key
4. Use the
Directional keys to highlight a contact, then press OK.
3. Use the
Directional keys to highlight a contact, then press OK.
Directional keys to highlight Mobile 1,
5. Use the
Mobile 2, Home, Business or Fax, then press
OK.
4. Use the
Directional keys to highlight Mobile 1,
Mobile 2, Home, Business or Fax, then press
SAVE.
6. Enter a name for the contact in the Name: field.
5. Use the
Directional keys to move to fields to
modify or add information for the contact.
6. When finished, press
Main Menu
Send key to 7. Continue adding information to fields, or press
SAVE.
SAVE.
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Contacts
Managing Contacts
5. Highlight contacts, then press
MARK for each
Right Soft key (Options) >
contact, or press the
Mark All to mark all contacts.
Use Manage Contacts to perform actions such as
erasing, locking, or unlocking multiple contacts at one
time.
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
6. Press the
Left Soft key (Done), then follow the
prompts to confirm the changes.
Right Soft
2. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Manage Contacts.
3. Choose an option:
•
•
Erase: Mark multiple contact(s) for deletion.
•
•
Unlock: Mark multiple contact(s) to unlock.
Lock: Mark multiple contact(s) to lock. Locked
contacts cannot be deleted.
Copy To Card: Copy contacts to an optional
installed memory card (available if a card is
installed).
4. Find contacts by pressing the
to browse the list.
Main Menu
Directional keys
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Contacts
Adding Pauses or Waits
Note: Entering multiple pauses extends the length of a
pause, and each pause counts as a digit. For example,
two consecutive pauses create a total pause of four
seconds, and count as two digits.
Calls to automated systems can require you to enter
numbers to navigate menus, or to enter a password or
account number. You can store phone numbers with
special pause or wait characters to make entering
these numbers easier.
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
Finding Contacts
Right Soft
Right Soft
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts). The Contact List displays, with the
cursor in the Go To field.
2. Create a new contact or edit an existing contact.
2. In the Go To field, enter the first few characters of
the Contact name to see matching entries.
3. Enter the phone number up to the pause or wait,
then press the
Right Soft key (Options) to
select an option:
•
•
3. Use the
Directional keys to highlight a contact, then use these options:
Add 2-Sec Pause: Stops the dialing sequence
for two seconds, then automatically dials the
remaining digits. A “P” appears in the field to
indicate the pause.
Add Wait: Stops the dialing sequence, waiting
for input from you. A “W” appears in the field to
indicate the wait.
4. When finished, press
Main Menu
SAVE.
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•
•
•
Press the
•
Press the
Right Soft key (Options) for
contacts options.
Press
Send key to call the contact.
VIEW to open the contact entry.
Press the
Left Soft key (Edit) to edit the
contact entry.
Contacts
Using Contacts
Backup Assistant
Backup Assistant is a wireless service that saves a
copy of your phone’s address book to a secure web
site. If your phone is lost, stolen, or damaged, Backup
Assistant can restore your saved address book to a
new phone - wirelessly. Schedule daily backups to
save your information manually or automatically. Log
in to your web account for full access to your contacts
for viewing, printing, adding, deleting, and editing.
Making Calls Using Contacts
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
2. Highlight a contact, then press the
call the contact.
Right Soft
Send key to
Sending Messages Using Contacts
Visit verizonwireless.com/backupassistant, or contact
Verizon Wireless for more information.
1. From the Home screen, press the Right Soft
key (Contacts).
Note: Standard TXT messaging rates apply. Backup
Assistant is free for My Verizon subscribers.
2. Highlight a contact, then press the Right Soft
key (Options) > New Message to type your text
message.
Main Menu
MENU >
► From the Home screen, press
Contacts > Backup Assistant.
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Contacts
Favorites
Removing Favorites
Set contacts as Favorites, to quickly find contacts to
view, send a message, or call the contact.
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > Favorites.
Assigning Favorites
2. Highlight a Favorite and press the
key (Options).
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > Favorites.
MENU >
3. Choose an option, then press
2. Use the
Directional keys to highlight a an
empty Favorite.
3. Press
ADD, then choose an option:
•
From Contacts: Highlight and mark contact(s)
to assign as favorites. You can mark multiple
contacts at once to create a Favorite for each.
•
From Groups: Choose a group to assign as a
Favorite.
4. Press the
favorite(s).
Main Menu
MENU >
Right Soft
OK:
•
Remove: Erase the selected contact from the
Favorites list.
•
Remove All: Erase all favorites from the list.
Left Soft key (Done) to create the
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Contacts
Using Favorites
Groups
Use Favorites to quickly view a favorite’s contact
record, send a message to a favorites, or view
messages to and from the favorite.
You can assign contacts to categories, called Groups,
to make searching your contacts faster, or to quickly
send messages to group members.
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > Favorites.
MENU >
Adding Contacts to Groups
2. Highlight a favorite contact to use these options:
•
To send a message, press the
(Options) > New Message.
•
To view the favorite’s contact record, press
VIEW.
•
To call the favorite, highlight the favorite, and
then press the
Send key.
•
To view all messages to and from the favorite,
press the
Left Soft key (Messages).
Main Menu
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > Groups.
Right Soft key
2. Use the
3. Press
MENU >
Directional keys to highlight a group.
Right Soft key (Options) > Add.
4. Highlight contact(s) and press
MARK to place a
check mark beside the contact.
5. Press the
Left Soft key (Done) to add the
contacts to the group.
Note: You can also assign a contact to a group when
you create or edit the contact record.
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Contacts
Changing a Contact’s Group
Assignment
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
Creating a New Group
In addition to the default groups, you can create
additional groups.
Right Soft
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > Groups.
2. Use the
Directional keys to highlight the
contact you wish to reassign.
3. Press the
2. Press
Left Soft key (New).
3. At the prompt, enter a name for the new group.
Left Soft key (Edit).
4. Highlight the Group field, then press the
Soft key (Edit).
MENU >
4. Press
Left
SAVE to save the new group.
5. Highlight groups, and press
MARK to mark or
unmark groups for assignment.
6. Press the
Left Soft key (Done).
7. Press
SAVE to save the new group assignment(s).
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Contacts
Sending a Message to Group
Members
The following Speed Dials are reserved by default and
cannot be reassigned:
• Speed Dial 1 is reserved for Voicemail.
• Speed Dial 96 is reserved for Data Usage inquiries
Send a message to all members of a group at once.
Note: Messaging availability varies when roaming
outside the Verizon Wireless Network.
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > Groups.
(#DATA).
• Speed Dial 97 is reserved for Balance inquiries
MENU >
(#BAL).
2. Use the
Directional keys to highlight a group,
then press
VIEW to view it.
• Speed Dial 98 is reserved for Minute Usage (#MIN).
• Speed Dial 99 is reserved for Payment information
3. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > New Message.
• Speed Dial 211 is reserved for health and human
(#PMT).
services.
• Speed Dial 311 is reserved for non-emergency
4. Continue creating the new message, then press
SEND.
municipal services.
• Speed Dial 411 is reserved for directory assistance.
• Speed Dial 611 is reserved for customer service
Speed Dials
access.
Speed dial numbers are 1-, 2-, or 3-digit shortcuts
assigned to contacts that allow you to quickly call the
contacts.
Main Menu
• Speed Dial 911 is reserved for emergency calls.
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Emergency Contacts
Assigning Speed Dials
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > Speed Dials.
2. Use the
dial.
MENU >
Set up to 3 emergency contacts, plus enter personal
information that may be helpful to others using your
phone in an emergency.
Directional keys to highlight a speed
Tip: Emergency contacts display in red in Contacts.
– or –
Assigning Emergency Contacts
Enter a speed dial in the Go To field.
3. Press
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
SET.
4. At the prompt, use the
highlight a contact.
Directional keys to
In Case of Emergency is highlighted automatically.
2. Press
– or –
OK.
4. At the ADD CONTACT screen, highlight an option
and press
OK:
6. At the prompt, confirm the assignment.
Main Menu
VIEW to set emergency contacts.
3. Highlight Contact 1, Contact 2, or Contact 3 and
press
ADD.
Enter the first field characters in the Go To field.
5. Press
Right Soft
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From Contacts: Choose an existing contact
from Contacts List.
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New Contact: Enter a new contact.
Contacts
Entering Personal Information
Directional keys
5. At the prompt, use the
to highlight a contact, or enter the first field characters in the Go To field.
6. Press
Enter up to 3 notes containing information that
might be helpful to others using your phone in an
emergency.
OK.
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
Re-assigning or Unassigning an
Emergency Contact
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
In Case of Emergency is highlighted automatically.
2. Press
Right Soft
Re-assign: Choose another contact from
Contacts List, or create a new contact for this
assignment.
•
Unassign: Remove the contact from this emergency contact.
Main Menu
5. Enter your personal information, then press
SAVE to save the note.
Right Soft
•
VIEW.
4. Highlight Note 1, Note 2, or Note 3, then press
ADD.
VIEW to display emergency contacts.
3. Highlight a contact, then press the
key (Options) for these options:
VIEW to display emergency contacts.
3. Press Personal Info, then press
In Case of Emergency is highlighted automatically.
2. Press
Right Soft
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Contacts
My Name Card
Sending My Name Card (vCard) by
Message
My Name Card is your personal contact entry in
Contacts, which you can send to recipients as a virtual
business card (vCard) attached to a message, or via
Bluetooth.
Send your contact information, as My Name Card, as
an attachment to a message.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > My Name Card.
Editing My Name Card
2. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Send via Message and press OK.
By default, My Name Card contains your mobile
telephone number. You can edit My Name Card to
include other information.
3. Press the
contacts. MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > My Name Card.
2. Press
4. Press
Edit.
Main Menu
OK and enter your message text.
5. Continue creating the new message, then press
SEND.
3. Use the
Directional keys to move to fields to
modify or add information.
4. When finished, press
Right Soft key (Add) to select SAVE.
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Contacts
Sharing Contacts
Sending My Name Card (vCard) by
Bluetooth
You can share contacts as Name Cards (vCards) via
message, or via Bluetooth.
Send your contact information, as My Name Card, to
Bluetooth devices that support vCards.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > My Name Card.
Sending Name Cards (vCards)
by Bluetooth
2. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Send via Bluetooth and press OK.
Send individual contacts, or your entire contact list, to
Bluetooth devices that support vCards.
3. At the CHOOSE DEVICE screen, use the
Directional keys to highlight an option, then
press
OK.
Not all Bluetooth devices will accept a name card,
and not all devices support transfers of multiple name
cards. Check your target device’s documentation.
•
Add New Device: Searches for a new Bluetooth
device for pairing.
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
•
<Device Name>: Sends My Name Card to a
previously-paired Bluetooth device.
Right Soft key (Options), then press
2. Press the
Send Name Card.
4. Continue with the Bluetooth transfer.
Main Menu
Right Soft
3. At the SEND NAME CARD screen, highlight
Bluetooth and press
OK.
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Contacts
Sending Name Cards (vCard)
by Message
4. At the SEND VIA BLUETOOTH screen, highlight
MARK or press
contacts individually and press
Right Soft key (Options) > Mark All, then
the
press the
Left Soft key (Done).
Send a contact record, or your entire contact list, as
attachment(s) to a message.
5. At the CHOOSE DEVICE screen, highlight an
option, then press
OK:
•
Add New Device: Search for a new Bluetooth
device for pairing.
•
<Device Name>: Send to a previously-paired
Bluetooth device.
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
Right Soft
2. Press the
Right Soft key (Options), then press
Send Name Card.
3. At the SEND NAME CARD screen, highlight
Message and press
OK.
6. Continue with the Bluetooth transfer.
4. At the SEND WITH MESSAGE screen, highlight
contacts individually and press
MARK, then
press the
Left Soft key (Done).
5. Continue creating the new message, then press
SEND.
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Contacts
Adding PTT Contacts
Adding a PTT Contact from
Recent Calls
You can create PTT contacts to make finding and
contacting them easier. A contact’s mobile telephone
number may be their PTT number, if they are also
subscribed to PTT service.
Save a telephone number from a recent call record as
a contact.
1. From the Home screen, press the
display recent calls.
Note: PTT contact options are only available when PTT
Mode is On.
Send key to
2. Use the
Directional keys to highlight a recent call.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > New PTT Contact.
3. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Save to PTT Contacts > Add New Contact.
2. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > New Contact.
4. Use the
Directional keys to highlight Mobile 1,
Mobile 2, Home, Business or Fax, then press
OK.
3. In the Name: field, enter a name for the contact
using the keypad.
4. Use the
Directional keys to highlight the PTT Number field to enter the contact’s PTT number.
5. Enter a name for the contact in the Name: field.
6. Continue adding information, or press
SAVE.
5. Use the
Directional keys to highlight the
Left Soft key
PTT Group field, then press the
(Add) to assign the PTT contact to a PTT group
(optional).
6. When finished, press
Main Menu
SAVE.
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Contacts
Copying a Contact to PTT Contacts
Editing a PTT Contact from
Recent Calls
You may have some contacts that you wish to save as
a regular contact, and also as a PTT contact.
1. From the Home screen, press the
key (Contacts).
Save a telephone number from a recent call record to
a contact.
Right Soft
1. From the Home screen, press the
display recent calls.
Right Soft
2. Highlight a contact, then press the
key (Options) > Copy to PTT Contacts.
3. When finished, press
Send key to
2. Use the
Directional keys to highlight a recent call.
SAVE.
3. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Save to PTT Contacts > Update Existing.
Editing a PTT Contact
4. Enter a name for the contact in the Name: field,
and assign the contact to a group, if desired.
Make changes to an existing PTT contact.
1. From the Home screen, press MENU >
Contacts > PTT Contact List.
5. When finished, press
SAVE.
2. Highlight a PTT contact, then press the
Right Soft key (Edit).
Directional keys to move to fields to
3. Use the
modify or add information for the contact.
4. When finished, press
Main Menu
SAVE.
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Contacts
PTT Groups
Creating a PTT Group
You can assign PTT contacts to Groups, to make
searching your contacts faster, or to quickly make a
PTT Group call.
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > PTT Groups.
Adding Contacts to Groups
3. At the prompt, enter a name for the new group,
then press
SAVE.
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > Groups.
MENU >
Left Soft key (New).
Directional keys to highlight a group.
2. Use the
3. Press
2. Press
MENU >
Right Soft key (Options) > Add.
4. Highlight contact(s) and press
check mark beside the contact.
5. Press the
group.
MARK to place a
Left Soft key (Done) to save the
Note: You can also assign a contact to a group when
you create or edit the contact record.
Main Menu
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Contacts
Changing a Contact’s PTT Group
Assignment
Change a contact’s PTT Group assignment by
removing it from one group and adding it to another.
1. From the Home screen, press
Contacts > PTT Groups.
MENU >
2. Use the
Directional keys to highlight the
PTT group containing the PTT contact, then press
VIEW.
3. Press the
Left Soft key (Remove), then highlight contact(s) and press MARK to mark or
unmark groups for assignment.
Left Soft key (Done) to remove the
4. Press the
contact from the group.
Main Menu
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Contacts
Messaging
This section explains how to send
and receive messages, and other
features and functionality related to
messaging.
Multimedia Messages contain text, as well as
attachments such as sounds, graphics, animations,
and name cards. Multimedia messaging is also known
as MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service.
Creating and Sending
Messages
Types of Messages
1. From the Home screen, press the
(Message) > New Message.
Your phone can send and receive:
•
•
•
Text Messages
Left Soft key
2. At the NEW TEXT MSG screen, enter recipients in
the To: fields:
Multimedia Messages
Social Networks
Text Messages are simple messages containing
text, which can be sent to another mobile phone.
Your phone also supports long text messages. Text
messaging is also known as SMS (Simple Messaging
Service).
•
Use the keypad to enter a recipient’s phone
number, contact name, or email address.
•
Press the
Right Soft key (Add) to select
recipients From Contacts, Recent Calls,
Favorites, or Groups.
– or –
Choose To Contacts or To PTT Contacts to
save a number you enter as a contact.
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Messaging
•
As you enter characters, matching contacts
display in a list. Use the
Directional keys
to highlight a contact, then press OK to select
it, or press the
Right Soft key (Add) to
save the number you entered To Contacts or
To PTT Contacts.
3. Use the
Directional keys to move to the Text:
field to compose your message.
Attach: Add an attachment to the message.
•
•
Insert Quick Text: Insert a preloaded phrase.
Callback #: Include a callback number
with the message. By default, this is your
mobile telephone number, or you can enter a
different number.
•
Cancel Message: Cancel the message, with the
option to save it in the Drafts folder.
5. Press
SEND, or the
the message.
4. While entering text, press the
Right Soft key
(Options) for the following options:
•
•
•
Send key to send
Note: Multimedia messages are only available within
Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area.
Save As Draft: Save a copy of the message in
the Drafts folder.
Copy: Select and copy text, for pasting into
another field. Use the
Directional keys to
highlight text in the field, then press DONE.
•
Paste: If you have copied text, paste the copied text.
•
•
Add Subject: Add subject text.
Priority Level: Set the urgency of the message,
to High or Normal.
Main Menu
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Messaging
Adding Attachments
Adding an attachment converts the text message
to a multimedia message. Blank slides are created
for additional attachments, making it easy to add
additional attachments.
•
Name Card: Attach your Name Card or Name
Cards for your Contacts.
•
Calendar Event: Select or create a new Calendar Event.
2. Use the
Directional keys to highlight the attachment, then press the Right Soft key (Options) for these options:
Note: Videos cannot be added to messages containing
pictures or sound.
Directional keys to move to the Text
1. Use the
Right Soft key (Options) >
field. Press the
Attach. Adding an attachment converts the text
message to a multimedia message.
Attachment options are:
•
•
•
Attach: Add an attachment to the message.
Preview: View the message before sending.
Save As Draft: Save a copy of the message in
the Drafts folder.
•
Picture: Select a picture from your phone or
optional memory card.
Add Slide: Insert a second slide to the message.
•
•
•
Video: Select a video from your phone or
optional memory card.
•
•
Sound: Select a sound recording from your
phone or optional memory card.
Remove Picture/Video/Sound/Name Card/
Calendar Event: Removes the attachment.
•
•
Record Sound: Create a new sound recording
using the microphone.
Remove Slide: Delete the current slide (available
if more than one slide is attached).
•
Cancel Message: Cancel the message, with the
option to save it in the Drafts folder.
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Priority Level: Set the urgency of the message,
to High or Normal.
Messaging
3. Press
SEND, or the
the message.
Send key to send
Message Settings
This menu allows you to define settings for messages
sent or received on your phone. To access your
message settings, use the following steps:
1. From the Home screen, press
Messaging.
2. Press the
options:
•
•
Auto Save Sent: Choose the save mode for
messages you send. Press On to save all sent
messages, Off to discard sent messages,
or Prompt to have the phone prompt you
each time.
•
Auto Erase Inbox: Press On to automatically
replace the oldest message of the same type
when the Inbox exceeds the maximum number
of messages of that type. For example, when
the Inbox exceeds 300 text messages, the
oldest text message is replaced with a new one.
Picture and video messages are replaced when
the phone’s memory is full. Press Off to disable
automatic erasures.
•
Messaging Font Size: Set the default size for
message text, Normal or Large.
•
TXT Auto View: Press On to automatically
display text messages when they arrive, or Off to
have the phone prompt you.
•
Multimedia Auto Receive: Press On to
automatically accept new multimedia messages.
Press Off to have the phone prompt you to
download new multimedia messages.
MENU >
Left Soft key (Settings) for these
Inbox View: Set the default message view. Press
Time to display messages by time received,
or Contact to display messages by name or
number (also known as threaded view ).
Entry Mode: Choose a default text entry
mode, from Abc, ABC, 123, XT9 Word,
XT9 Palabra, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, or
XT9 Vietnamese.
Main Menu
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Messaging
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Group Messaging: Configure default settings
for messages sent to multiple contacts. Press
Individual Messages to allow recipients to
only reply to you (not the group), or press
Group Conversation to allow recipients to reply
to the whole group.
•
Domain Extensions: Create and manage a list
of web and Email extensions for the Domain
Extensions entry mode. Press the
Left
Soft key (Erase) to delete extensions. Press
the
Right Soft key (New) to create new
extensions. To modify an extension, highlight the
extension and press
EDIT.
•
Quick Text: Create and manage preloaded
phrases to add to messages. Press the
Left
Soft key (Erase) to delete phrases. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > (New) to add
new phrases. To modify a phrase, highlight the
phrase and press
EDIT.
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Emergency Alerts: This device is designed
to receive Wireless Emergency Alerts from
the Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS),
including Presidential Alerts, Imminent Alerts
(Severe or Extreme), and AMBER Alerts (missing
persons). You may choose not to receive
Imminent and AMBER alerts, but Presidential
Alerts cannot be disabled.
•
Voicemail #: Enter a new Voicemail speed dial.
The default is *86.
•
Callback #: Press On to add a callback phone
number to your messages, and set the phone
number. Press Off to omit a callback number
(you can manually add a callback number to
individual messages).
•
Signature: Press Custom to add a signature
to all messages, then use the
Directional
keys to move to the signature field to create the
signature. Press None to disable signatures.
Messaging
•
•
Viewing Text Messages
Delivery Receipt: Choose whether you are
notified when a message you send is delivered.
Press On to be notified for every message,
or Off to disable notification (you can set an
optional delivery receipt for individual messages
when you create them).
When you receive a text message, the alert sounds
(unless turned off), and New Text Message displays
on the screen.
1. At the New Text Message prompt, press
View Now.
Social Networks: Select your preferred social
network as the default. Press Facebook, Twitter,
or Let Me Choose.
2. Press
REPLY to respond to the message with a
new Text, Picture, Video or Voice message.
3. Press the
Left Soft key (Erase) to delete the message.
Receiving Messages
4. While viewing the message, press the
Right Soft key (Options) for these message
options:
When you receive a message, you can choose to:
• View Now: Open the message for viewing.
• View Later: Dismiss the alert, and save the
message in the Messages folders.
• Reject: If you have disabled the Multimedia Auto
Receive setting, reject the message. The message
is not saved to Messages.
Tip: If you want to control when you download
multimedia content, you can disable Multimedia Auto
Receive.
Main Menu
OK to
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Forward: Send the message to another recipient.
•
Reply w. Copy: Reply to the sender, plus other
recipients if desired, and include a copy of the
original message.
•
Save As Quick Text: Save the message text to
the Quick Text list.
Messaging
•
Lock/Unlock: Lock or unlock the message to
prevent deletion.
•
Add To Contacts: Save the number of the
sender to Contacts as a new entry or update to
an existing entry.
•
Add To PTT Contacts: Save the number of the
sender to Contacts as a new PTT Contacts entry.
Note: This procedure describes default behavior. If you
make changes to Message Settings, options or steps
may be different.
•
Messaging Font Size: Select the font size,
Normal or Large.
1. At the New Message prompt, press
View Now.
•
Extract Addresses: Display all Contact
Numbers, Email Addresses, and URLs extracted
from the message, to call, send an email, or
open the web page.
2. After loading, the attachment (and text, if any)
Directional keys to scroll to
displays. Use the
see the entire message, if necessary.
•
Message Info: Display details about the
message.
Main Menu
Viewing Multimedia Messages
When you receive a multimedia message, an alert
sounds (unless turned off), and New Multimedia
Message displays on the screen.
OK to
3. Press
REPLY to respond to the message with a
new Text, Picture, Video or Voice message.
4. Press the
message.
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Left Soft key (Erase) to delete the
Messaging
5. While viewing the message, press the
Right
Soft key (Options) for these message options:
•
Play again: Play the attached video or sound
again.
•
Forward: Send the message to another recipient.
•
Reply w. Copy: Reply to the sender, plus other
recipients if desired, and include a copy of the
original message.
•
Erase: (Voice or Picture message with attached
Sound) Delete the message.
•
Save Picture: (Picture messages only) Save the
attached picture to My Pictures.
•
Save Video: (Video messages only) Save the
attached video to My Videos.
•
Save Sound: (Voice or Picture message with
attached Sound) Save the attached sound to My
Sounds.
•
Save as Ringtone: (Voice or Picture message
with attached Sound) Save the attached sound
as a ringtone.
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View Name Card: (If Name card is attached)
Display the attached name card.
•
Save Name Card: (If Name card is attached)
Save the attached name card to Contacts.
•
Set As: Assign the attached picture as
Wallpaper or Picture ID.
•
Save As Quick Text: Save the message text to
the Quick Text list.
•
Lock/Unlock: Lock or unlock the message to
prevent deletion.
•
Add To Contacts/Add To PTT Contacts: Save
the number of the sender to Contacts as a new
entry or addition to an existing entry, or as a new
PTT Contact.
•
Extract Addresses: Display all Contact
Numbers, Email Addresses, and URLs extracted
from the message, to call, send an email, or
open the web page.
•
Message Info: Display details about the
message.
Messaging
Emergency Alerts
To disable Imminent Threat Alerts (Extreme
and Severe) and AMBER Alerts, follow these
instructions:
Emergency Alerts allows customers to receive
geographically-targeted Wireless Emergency Alerts.
Alerts will alert customers of imminent threats to
their safety within their area. There is no charge for
receiving an Emergency Alert.
1. From the Home screen, press
Messaging.
Left Soft key Settings > 2. Press the
Emergency Alerts for the following options:
There are three types of Emergency Alerts:
•
•
•
•
Presidential
Imminent (Severe or Extreme)
Receive Alerts: All alerts are enabled by default
(check mark showing).
To disable alerts, highlight an alert and press
UNMARK, then press Done.
AMBER Alerts (missing person alert)
Customers may choose not to receive Imminent Alerts
and AMBER Alerts. Presidential Alerts can not be
disabled.
Main Menu
MENU >
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Alert Reminder: Set alerts to repeat Once,
Every 2 minutes, Every 15 minutes, or
Off (no repeats).
•
Alert Vibrate: Press On to have the phone
vibrate when new messages arrive. Press Off to
disable this feature.
Messaging
Message Folders
2. Highlight New Message to create a new message.
Messages are stored in the message folders. You can
choose how messages appear with the Inbox View
setting in Message Settings.
3. To view a message thread, use the
Directional
keys to highlight a contact/number, then press
OPEN.
Tip: To scroll through all messages in the Messages,
Sent, or Drafts folder, open one message, then press the
Directional keys LEFT or RIGHT to scroll through
the folders.
4. To send a reply message, press the
key (Reply).
5. While viewing the list of contacts/messages,
use the
Directional keys to highlight a contact/number, then press the Right Soft key
(Options) for these options:
Viewing Messages by Contact
By default, the Inbox View setting is set to Contact.
All incoming and sent messages are stored in the
Messages folder, grouped by contact name (if the
sender/recipient is stored as a contact), or phone
number, to provide a threaded view of the message
exchange.
1. From the Home screen, press the
(Message).
•
•
Erase: Delete the highlighted message thread.
•
Add To PTT Contacts: Save the sender or
recipient’s number to a PTT contact record
(available if the number is not already saved, and
PTT Mode is On).
•
New Message: Create a new message addressed to the contact/number.
Left Soft key
The most recent message from each contact
displays. The icon shows whether the message is
new or already opened, and a number to the right
indicates the number of unread messages from this
contact/number.
Main Menu
Left Soft
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Add To Contacts: Save the sender or recipient’s
number to a contact record (available If the
number is not already saved).
Messaging
•
Viewing Messages by Time
Manage Messages: Perform actions on multiple
messages, including Erase, Lock, Unlock, Mark
as Read, Mark as Unread, and Copy to Card
(available if the memory card inserted).
•
Sort Alphabetically: Display message threads
by contact/phone number.
•
Messaging Menu: Return to the Messaging
menu.
•
Social Networks: Update your networks by
message.
When the Inbox View setting is set to Time, incoming
messages are stored in the Inbox, and sent messages
are stored in the Sent folder, sorted by time.
Note: The Inbox folder is only present when the Inbox
View setting is set to Time.
Inbox Folder
1. From the Home screen, press the
(Message) > Inbox.
Left Soft key
2. Use the
Directional keys to scroll the list of
messages. Highlight a message, then press the
Left Soft key (Erase) to delete the message, or
press
OPEN to view the message.
3. Highlight a message, then press the
key (Options) for message options:
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•
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Right Soft
Reply: Reply to the sender with a new message.
Reply w. Copy: Reply to the sender, plus
other recipients if desired, and include the first
100 characters of the original message in the
Text field.
Messaging
•
Forward: Send the message to another
recipient.
•
Sort by Sender: List all messages in the Inbox
by Sender.
•
Add To Contacts: Save the number of the
sender to Contacts as a new entry or additional
to an existing entry (available if the number is
not already saved).
•
Sort by Size: List all messages in the Inbox by
Size.
•
Add To PTT Contacts: Save the number of the
sender to Contacts as a new entry or additional
to an existing entry (available if the number is
not already saved and PTT Mode is On).
•
Extract Addresses: Display numbers, Email
Addresses, and URLs from the message, to call,
send an email, or open the web page.
•
Message Info: Display details about the
highlighted message.
•
Manage Inbox: Perform actions on multiple
messages, including Erase, Lock, Unlock,
Mark as Read, Mark as Unread, and
Copy to Card (available if the memory card
inserted).
Main Menu
Sent Folder
When the Inbox View setting is set to Time, outgoing
messages are stored in the Sent folder by date and
time.
Note: The Sent folder is only present when the Inbox
View setting is set to Time.
1. From the Home screen, press the
(Message) > Sent.
Left Soft key
Directional keys to scroll the list of
2. Use the
messages. Highlight a message, then use these
options:
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•
Press the
message.
•
Press
Left Soft key (Erase) to delete the
OPEN to view the message.
Messaging
•
Press the
Right Soft key (Options) for message options:
-
Sort by Recipient: List messages by the first
addressee.
-
Forward: Send the message to another recipient.
-
-
Resend: Send the message again, to the
original recipient(s), plus new recipients if
desired.
Sort by Time/Type: List messages by type
(Text, Picture, Video or Voice) or by time
received.
-
Drafts are messages you have created, but have not
yet sent. You can review, edit or send a draft message.
Add To Contacts: Save the number of
the sender to Contacts as a new entry or
additional to an existing entry (available if the
number is not already saved).
-
Add To PTT Contacts: Save the number of
the sender to Contacts as a new entry or
additional to an existing entry (available if the
number is not already saved and PTT Mode
is On).
-
Message Info: Display details about the highlighted message.
-
Manage Sent: Perform actions on multiple
messages, including Erase, Lock, Unlock, and
Copy to Card (available if the memory card
inserted).
Main Menu
Drafts Folder
1. From the Home screen, press
Messaging > Drafts.
MENU >
2. Use the
Directional keys to scroll the list of
messages. While viewing the list of messages,
press the
Right Soft key (Options) for message
options:
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Send: Send the message, as-is, to the listed
recipients.
•
Add To Contacts: Save the number of the
sender to Contacts as a new entry or additional
to an existing entry (available if the number is
not already saved).
Messaging
•
Voicemail
Add To PTT Contacts: Save the number of the
sender to Contacts as a new entry or additional
to an existing entry (available if the number is
not already saved and PTT Mode is On).
•
Manage Drafts: Perform actions on multiple
messages, including Erase, Lock, Unlock, and
Copy to Card (available if the memory card
inserted).
•
Sort by Recipient: List all messages by the first
addressee.
•
Sort by Time/Type: List messages by type (Text,
Picture, Video or Voice) or by time created.
From the Messaging menu, you can view the total of
new voicemail messages, clear the voicemail counter,
and call voicemail to check messages.
1. From the Home screen, press
Messaging > Voicemail.
MENU >
2. On the Voicemail screen, view the number of new
CALL to dial voicemail to
messages. Press
check messages, or press the
Left Soft key
(Clear) to clear the voicemail counter.
3. Highlight a message, then press the
Left
Soft key (Erase) to delete the message, or press
EDIT to edit the message before sending.
Main Menu
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Messaging
Social Networks
Update your social networking sites from your phone.
After setting up your accounts on your phone, you can
update your status and upload media right from your
phone.
Note: You must add your phone number to your social
networking accounts before accessing them with your
Right Soft
phone. For more information, press the
key (Help).
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Messaging > Social Networks.
2. Use the
Directional keys to highlight an option:
•
Update Status: Enter text, then press the
SEND to select site(s) to update.
•
Facebook: Access options for updating and
accessing your account.
•
Twitter: Access options for updating and accessing your account.
Main Menu
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Messaging
Recent Calls
Call History Options
Recent Calls shows you all calls
received, dialed, and missed, as well
as call timers.
1. When viewing calls in Recent Calls, use the
Directional keys to highlight a call.
2. Press the
Left Soft key (Message) to compose
a text message to send to the highlighted number.
To access the Recent Calls category:
► From the Home screen, press
Recent Calls.
3. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) for the
following options:
MENU >
•
The following pages are available:
• Missed: View all missed calls.
• Received: View all received calls.
• Dialed: View all calls dialed from your phone.
• All: View all calls from all categories.
• View Timers: View a variety of timers for calls made
– or –
Details: View contact details if the number is
saved in your phone.
•
Save to PPT Contacts: Save the number as
a PPT contact if it is not already saved to your
phone.
•
Erase: Remove the call entry.
to and from your phone, as well as data usage.
Main Menu
Save to Contacts: Save the number as a
contact if it is not already saved to your phone.
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Recent Calls
•
•
•
Lock: Prevent the call entry from being erased.
Erase All: Remove all call entries.
View Timers: Open the View Timers page to see
all call timers.
Reset Call Timers
Call timers can be reset individually or all at once as
follows:
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Recent Calls > View Timers.
2. Use the
Directional keys to highlight a timer.
3. Press the
Left Soft key (Reset) to reset the
timer to zero.
– or –
Press the Right Soft key (Reset All) to reset all
call timers.
Main Menu
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Recent Calls
Mobile Web
Mobile Web is your access to the
Internet.
To launch Mobile Web:
1. From the Home screen, press
Mobile Web.
MENU >
2. Use the
Left Soft key,
Center Select key,
and
Right Soft key to browse the Internet.
Tip: By default, you can use a Directional key shortcut to
launch Mobile Web from the Home screen by pressing
Directional key .
the LEFT
Main Menu
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Mobile Web
Media Center
Media Center includes applications
for downloading, creating, viewing,
and managing multimedia content,
right on your phone.
Apps
Important: If your service plan does not include
an unlimited data feature, you will incur either
airtime charges if you exceed your minutes bundle,
or megabyte (MB) charges at applicable rates for
downloading and/or using applications.
2. Use the
Left Soft key,
Center Select key,
and
Right Soft key to browse and download
applications.
Main Menu
Browse and download applications to your phone,
from the Apps store.
1. From the Home screen, press
Media Center > Apps.
MENU >
Note: For more information about Apps, press the
Left Soft key (Options) > Help.
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Media Center
Mobile Web
•
Use the Mobile Web Browser to browse the Internet.
My Music: Manage music you have loaded on
your phone.
•
My Sounds: Record and manage sounds for use
as alerts for calls and messages.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Media Center > Mobile Web.
2. Use the
Left Soft key,
Center Select key,
and
Right Soft key to browse the Internet.
My Music
Play music that you transfer from your PC, or from an
optional installed memory card. You can play music
with the phone open or closed.
Tip: By default, you can use a Directional key shortcut to
launch Mobile Web from the Home screen by pressing
the LEFT
Directional key .
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Media Center > Music & Tones > My Music.
Music & Tones
2. At the My Music screen, you have these options:
Create and manage music and sounds on your phone.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Media Center > Music & Tones.
2. Select an option:
•
My Ringtones: Set tones on your phone for
incoming call Ringtone, as a ringtone for Contact
ID, and Alert Sounds.
Main Menu
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Play All Songs: Play all songs stored on your
phone and installed memory card.
•
All Songs: Display all songs stored on your
phone and memory card, to choose songs to
play and manage your music.
Media Center
•
•
Artists: Display songs by artist. Highlight an
artist, then press the
Left Soft key (View)
to display songs by the artist, or press the
Center Select key (PLAY) to play the songs.
•
Genres: Display songs by music type. Highlight
a genre, then press the
Left Soft key (View)
to display songs from the genre, or press the
Center Select key (PLAY) to play the songs.
•
•
•
Playlists: Display and manage playlists. Highlight
a playlist, then press the
Left Soft key (View)
to display it, or press the
Center Select
key (PLAY) to play it. Press the Right Soft
key (Options) to create a new playlist, erase or
rename the highlighted playlist, or change the
input language.
-
Repeat: Choose a playback mode, from
Repeat All, Repeat All, Repeat One, or Off.
-
Shuffle: Choose On to play songs in random
order, or Off to play them in the order they
appear.
-
Music Only Mode: When On, all wireless
communications, including calls, are disabled,
and the phone acts as a music player only.
Playing Music
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Media Center > Music & Tones > My Music.
2. Select an option, then press
(PLAY) to play the selection.
Albums: Display songs by album title. Highlight
an album, then press the
Left Soft key (View) to display songs from the album, or press the Center Select key (PLAY) to play
the songs.
Center Select key
3. Use the
Center Select key and
key to control playback:
•
Manage My Music: Erase songs, lock or unlock
songs, or move music between your phone’s
memory and an optional installed memory card.
Main Menu
Music Settings:
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Directional
Press the
Center Select key to
Pause
playback. Press the
Center Select key again
to
Play.
Media Center
•
Press the Directional key LEFT for
Rewind,
to go to the previous song, or press and hold to
scan backward through the song.
•
Press the Directional key RIGHT for
Forward, to go to the next song, or press
and hold to scan forward through the song.
•
Press the Directional key UP to choose
playback modes, from
Shuffle,
Repeat Track, or
Repeat All.
•
Press the Directional key DOWN to
playback.
Stop
4. During playback, press the
to mute the playback.
Left Soft key (Mute)
5. During playback, press the
(Options) for these options:
Right Soft key
•
Library: Continue playback and return to the
Library.
•
Audio to Phone/Device: Switch the audio
output to phone or Bluetooth headset. This
option is only available when a Bluetooth
headset is connected to the phone.
•
Exit Player: Stop playback and close My Music.
Main Menu
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Add to Playlist: Add the current song to a
playlist.
•
Sound Effect: Choose an effect to add to the
music.
•
•
•
Skin: Choose a theme for the music player.
•
Music Settings: Choose Repeat mode, Shuffle
mode, or Music Only mode. In Music Only mode,
access to the wireless networks is disabled and
you cannot send or receive calls or messages.
Song Info: View details about the current song.
Memory Info: View the amount of memory
available, used and total for the Phone and Card
memory.
Media Center
Creating a Playlist
3. Press the
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Media Center > Music & Tones > My Music >
Playlists.
Note: To add songs to playlists while playing music,
press Options > Add To Playlist, then select a playlist.
2. Highlight Yes and press
playlist.
Left Soft key (Done).
Playing Music with the Phone Closed
OK to create the first
Play/Pause
– or –
1. With the phone closed, press the
key.
Right Soft key (Options) > (Create
Press the
New) to create additional lists.
2. Use the Volume key to highlight My Music and
press the
Play/Pause key.
3. Enter a name for the playlist, then press
3. Use the
key, and
OK.
Adding Songs to a Playlist
Fast Forward key,
Play/Pause
Rewind key to control playback.
Note: To stop playback and close My Music, open the
phone and press the
End/Power key.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Media Center > Music & Tones > My Music >
Playlists.
Left Soft key (Add) to open the
2. Press the
playlist, then highlight songs and press
MARK
to select them.
Main Menu
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Media Center
•
Picture & Video
Manage pictures and videos on your phone.
While viewing thumbnails, press the
Soft key (Options) for these options:
-
Send: Attach the picture to a new Picture
Message, send it via Bluetooth, post it to
Blogs or to Facebook.
-
Set As: Set the picture as the Main Wallpaper,
Front Wallpaper or Picture ID for a contact.
-
Manage Pictures: Erase pictures, Lock (or
Unlock) pictures to prevent deletion, or move
pictures to the phone’s memory or optional
memory card.
-
Rename: Change the name of the highlighted
picture.
-
Full View: Display the picture full-screen.
-
File Info: View details about the picture.
My Pictures
View and manage pictures preloaded on your phone
or downloaded and stored on your phone or optional
memory card.
Note: Copyright-protected pictures cannot be uploaded
or sent as a message attachment. This includes pictures
that are preloaded on your phone.
MENU
1. From the Home screen, press
Media Center > Picture & Video > >
My Pictures.
2. Use the
Directional keys to browse picture
thumbnails. Highlight a thumbnail, and then use
these options:
•
Press the
Center Select key (VIEW)
to display the picture larger. Press the
Center Select key (LIST) to return to
thumbnails.
Main Menu
Right
Slide Show: Set the duration, then play a
slideshow of all pictures in My Pictures.
3. To view a picture, highlight a thumbnail and press
VIEW. While viewing the picture, press the
Right Soft key (Options) for options to modify
the picture.
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Media Center
Creating a Slide Show
Viewing and Modifying a Picture
View all the pictures in My Pictures as a slide show,
where you choose the duration of each slide.
My Pictures offers powerful tools for
modifying pictures.
MENU
1. From the Home screen, press
>
Media Center > Picture & Video > My Pictures.
MENU
1. From the Home screen, press
>
Media Center > Picture & Video > My Pictures.
2. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Slide Show.
2. Use the
Directional key to browse picture
thumbnails. To view a picture, highlight a thumbnail
and press
VIEW.
3. Press the
Directional key RIGHT or LEFT
to choose a duration for each slide, then press
PLAY.
3. While viewing the picture, press the
key (Options) for these options:
4. While viewing the slide show, use the
Left Soft
key,
Center Select key, and
Right Soft key
to control playback.
Main Menu
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Right Soft
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Send: Attach the picture to a new Picture
Message, send it via Bluetooth, post it to Blogs
or to Facebook.
•
Set As: Set the picture as the Main Wallpaper,
Front Wallpaper or Picture ID for a contact.
•
Zoom/Rotate: Change the zoom level or orientation of the picture.
Media Center
•
Edit: Modify the selected picture:
-
Effects: Choose an effect to apply to the picture. Press the Directional key RIGHT
or LEFT to see different effects, then press
SAVE to save the effect to the picture.
-
Decorate: Press the
Left Soft key (Add)
to add a Frame or Clip Art to the picture.
-
Revision: Adjust the Brightness, Saturation,
Contrast or Blur.
-
Merge: Choose two pictures to combine. Press the Left Soft key (Set) to choose
another picture, then press OK. Press MERGE
to combine the pictures.
-
Copy/Paste: Select a portion of one picture
(the Foreground) to paste on another picture
(the Background). Highlight Foreground or
Background, then press the
Left Soft key
(Set) and follow the prompts.
-
Resize: Change the resolution of the picture.
Main Menu
•
•
Rename: Change the name of the picture.
•
Lock/Unlock: Lock the picture to protect it from
erasure, or Unlock.
•
•
Full View: Display the picture full-screen.
•
File Info: View details about the picture.
Move: Move the picture to the phone or optional
memory card.
Slide Show: Set a duration, then play a slide
show of all pictures in My Pictures.
Rotate/Flip: Rotate the selected picture in incremental steps or flip the picture horizontally or vertically.
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Media Center
My Videos
•
Manage Videos: Erase videos, Lock (and
Unlock) videos to prevent erasure, and move
videos to the phone or optional memory card.
•
Rename: Change the name of the highlighted
video.
•
File Info: Display information about the video.
View and manage videos.
Note: Copyright-protected videos cannot be uploaded or
sent as a message attachment.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Media Center > Picture & Video > My Videos.
4. To view a video, highlight a thumbnail and press the
Center Select key (PLAY). While viewing the
video, use these options:
Directional key to browse video
2. Use the
thumbnails. Highlight a thumbnail, then use these
options:
•
Press the
the video.
Center Select key (PLAY) to view
•
Press the
Clear key to return to thumbnails.
3. While viewing thumbnails, press the
key (Options) for these options:
Use the
Send: Attach the video to a new Video Message
or post to Blogs.
•
Set As Wallpaper: Set the video as an animated
wallpaper on the Home screen.
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Directional key to control playback:
-
Press UP to switch to Full-screen playback.
-
Press DOWN to stop playback.
Right Soft
•
Main Menu
•
Press RIGHT to move to the next video, or
press and hold to scan forward though the
current video.
Press LEFT to move to the previous video, or
press and hold to scan backward through the
current video.
Media Center
•
Press the
Left Soft key (Mute/Unmute) to
control audio playback.
•
Press the
options:
-
Main Menu
Right Soft key (Options) for My Videos: Return to My Videos.
File Info: Display information about the video.
Help: View information about using the Directional key with playback.
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Media Center
Tools
In Tools, a variety of useful electronic
tools are provided, including a voice
recorder, calculator, calendar, timer,
and stopwatch.
To use Voice Commands, speak naturally into your
phone, at a distance of 3-12 inches. There is no need
to “train” Voice Commands, it is designed to recognize
natural speech.
1. With the flip open, press the
Voice Commands
key to launch Voice Commands.
– or –
Voice Commands
From the Home screen, press
Tools > Voice Commands.
Voice Commands is advanced speech recognition
software that recognizes your spoken commands to
dial phone numbers, create messages, and launch
applications such as Contacts, Calendar and My
Pictures.
Main Menu
MENU > 2. At the audio prompt, speak a command:
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•
Call <Name or #>: Dial a call by saying a Name
in your Contacts List, a Name and a Location
(home, work, mobile) or the phone number.
•
Send Message <Name or #>: Send a text,
picture, or video message to a number or to
someone in your Contacts List.
•
Go To <Menu>: Open any application installed
on your device.
Tools
•
Voice Commands Settings
Check <Item>: View details of your phone
Status, Voicemail, Messages, Missed Calls, Time,
Signal Strength, Battery Level, Volume, Balance,
Minutes, Payment, and My Number.
•
Contacts <Name>: Open a contact record from
Contacts.
•
•
Redial: Call the last number you dialed.
•
•
•
Turn Driving Mode On: Activate Driving Mode.
Note: When using the Voice Command system, there
are four commands that are available at all times:
Repeat will repeat the Voice Command prompt.
Readout will read out the phone status or contact
details. Info will offer more information command or
read out available options. Quit will exit the Voice
Command system.
Play <Playlist>: Open the My Music menu, plays
songs in a playlist, or all songs.
You can adjust the settings and preferences by
opening Voice Commands menu. Using this menu, you
can change the following Voice Command features:
My Verizon: Launch the My Verizon application.
Voice Commands
1. With the flip open, press the
key to launch Voice Commands.
Help: View a helpful tutorial about using Voice
Commands.
Main Menu
2. Press the
configure:
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Right Soft key (Settings) to •
Confirm Choices: Control whether Voice
Commands asks you to confirm a command.
Choose Automatic, Always Confirm, or
Never Confirm.
•
Sensitivity: Set the sensitivity of speech
recognition. Press More Sensitive if Voice
Commands often misses commands, Automatic
for default sensitivity, or Less Sensitive.
Tools
•
Adapt Voice: Train speech recognition to your
voice.
•
Prompts: Choose the type of prompts Voice
Commands gives you:
-
•
•
Calculator
You can perform calculations, including addition,
subtraction, multiplication and division using your
phone.
Mode: Choose the type of prompts, from
Prompts (voice prompts, as by default),
Readout (reads out each screen), or
Tones Only (plays only tones to prompt you
for commands).
Normal
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Tools > Calculator > Normal.
-
Audio Playback: Set playback location to
Speakerphone or Earpiece.
2. Enter the first number in your equation, up to
15 digits.
-
Timeout: Control how long Voice commands
listens for a command.
3. Use the
•
•
•
•
Key Setting: Choose how to launch Voice
Commands, from Voice Key Only (press the
Voice Commands key) or Voice Key/Headset
(Press the Voice Commands key, or insert a
headset).
Directional key to enter an operator:
UP: [ + ] Addition
DOWN: [ – ] Subtraction
RIGHT: [ x ] Multiplication
LEFT: [ ÷ ] Division
About: View information about Voice Commands.
Left Soft key (Info) for descriptions of
Tip: Press the
Voice Commands settings.
Main Menu
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Tools
While entering equations, you can use these options:
•
Weight: Convert between ounce, pound, ton,
grain, milligram, gram, and kilogram.
•
Press the
Left Soft key (Clear) or the
Clear key to delete entries.
•
•
Press the
Right Soft key (Operator) to enter
Left [ ( ] and Right [ ) ] parentheses or raise a
number by a power.
Area: Convert between inch2, foot2, yard2,
centimeter2, meter2, kilometer2, acre, and
hectare.
•
Volume: Convert between gallon, inch3, foot3,
yard3, liter, centimeter3, and meter3.
•
•
Press
•
Currency: Convert between major international
currencies.
after a number to change the sign.
To enter a decimal point, press
4. Press
.
3. Using the
Directional key, select a From unit
of measurement, a number to convert, and To a
unit of measurement.
OK to perform the calculation.
Converter
•
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Tools > Calculator > Converter.
2. Use the
.
The converted value is displayed.
Directional key to select:
•
Temperature: Convert between Celsius and
Fahrenheit.
•
Length: Convert between inch, foot, yard, mile,
millimeter, centimeter, meter, and kilometer.
Main Menu
To enter a decimal point, press
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Tools
Tip Calculator
Calendar
Calculate a tip and how much each person should
pay.
Set up events, with reminders, to be alerted to an
upcoming event.
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Tip Calculator.
2. Use the
•
•
•
MENU >
Adding an Event
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Calendar.
Directional key to move to each field:
Bill: Enter the amount of the bill.
2. Press the
Tip: Enter the tip percentage.
to enter a decimal point.
As you enter numbers in the fields, the Calculator
automatically displays the Tip, Total bill including
the tip, and Each person’s share of the bill.
Main Menu
Left Soft key (New).
3. Use the
Directional key to highlight fields,
then enter the details:
# Paying: Enter the number of people paying.
Note: Press
MENU >
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•
•
Subject: Enter the name of the event.
•
End Time: Enter a time. Use the
key to set am or pm.
•
•
•
Start Date: Enter the start date for the event.
Start Time: Enter a time. Use the
Directional key to set am or pm.
Directional
End Date: Enter the end date for the event.
Recurrence: Press the
set the frequency.
Left Soft key (Set) to
Tools
•
Alert Time: Use the
an alert to sound.
•
Reminder: Use the
Directional key to set a
reminder for the event.
•
Alert Tone: Press the
Left Soft key (Set) to
choose a tone for the reminder alert.
•
Vibrate: Use the
Directional key to turn
alert vibration On or Off.
4. Press
3. While viewing an all events screen, press the
Right Soft key (Options) for these options:
Directional key to set
SAVE to save the event.
Reviewing and Editing Events
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Calendar.
MENU >
2. From the Calendar screen, find an event:
•
Use the
Directional key to highlight a date
on the calendar, then press VIEW to display the
day’s events.
•
Press the
Right Soft key (Options), then
press Go To Date and enter a date to view.
Main Menu
•
Monthly View/Weekly View: Select a calendar
view.
•
Go To Date: Enter a date to show it on the
calendar.
•
Send: Send event(s) as vCalendar object(s) to a
Bluetooth device, or as a message attachment.
•
Erase: Delete the highlighted event from the
calendar.
•
•
•
•
Erase All: Delete all events from the calendar.
Erase All Old: Delete events prior to today.
Search: Enter keywords to find an event.
Copy Event: Create a duplicate of an existing
event.
4. Use the
Directional key to highlight a single
event, then press VIEW to display it.
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Tools
5. While viewing an event, press the
key (Options) for these options:
Setting an Alarm
Right Soft
•
Send: Send event(s) as vCalendar object(s) to a
Bluetooth device, or as a message attachment.
•
•
Copy Event: Create a copy of the event.
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Alarm Clock.
MENU >
2. Press
ADD, then use the
Directional key to
highlight fields to enter alarm details:
•
Alarm: Use the
Directional key to toggle
the alarm On or Off.
Alarm Clock
•
Set alarms, to go off once, or recur periodically at a
specific time. Once set, alarms are easy to change or
turn off.
Time: Enter the time for the alarm. Use the
Directional key to select am or pm.
•
Frequency: Press the
Left Soft key (Set),
then choose days for the alarm to sound.
•
Snooze: Press the
Left Soft key (Set), then
choose settings for snooze (delaying the alarm
when it sounds).
•
Ringer: Use the
Directional key to set a
type of alert, and select a ringtone.
View Calendar: Return to calendar view.
Note: When an alarm is scheduled in the next 24 hours,
the Alarm icon appears in the Event Status line on the
Home screen.
3. When you finish entering information, press
SAVE.
Main Menu
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Tools
Disabling an Alarm
Snoozing an Alarm
You can turn an alarm off to control whether the alarm
goes off, without changing any other settings. This can
be useful when you want to skip a day, but to retain
the same alarm settings.
If the alarm includes a snooze setting, you can snooze
the alarm according to the settings you chose when
you created the alarm.
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Alarm Clock.
To snooze an alarm:
MENU >
► When the phone is open, press
the alarm.
Directional key to highlight the alarm
2. Use the
you wish to turn off.
3. Press the
Turn Off.
Dismissing an Alarm
Right Soft key (Options), then press
You can dismiss an alarm using these options:
•
•
Removing an Alarm
Erase alarm(s) to remove them from Alarm Clock.
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Alarm Clock.
OK to snooze
When the phone is open, press the
End key.
When the phone is open, use the
Directional
key to highlight Dismiss, then press
OK.
Tip: If the phone is closed, you can silence an alarm by
pressing the Volume Key Down. You must flip the phone
open to respond to the alarm.
MENU >
2. Use the
Directional key to highlight the alarm
you wish to disable.
3. Press the
Right Soft key (Options) and press
Erase to remove the alarm, or press Erase All to
remove all alarms.
Main Menu
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Tools
Stop Watch
World Clock
Measure lap times and total elapsed time.
World Clock allows you to view the current time in your
location, and anywhere in the world.
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Stopwatch.
2. Press
5. Press the
times.
Main Menu
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > World Clock.
START to start timing.
3. During timing, press the
lap times.
4. Press
MENU >
MENU >
2. Current Time Zone displays automatically for your
location.
Left Soft key record
3. Use the
Directional key to scroll time zones
around the world. Use these options:
STOP to stop timing.
Right Soft key (Reset) to discard
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Press the
Left Soft key (Cities) to choose a
city to display.
•
Press the
Right Soft key (DST On/DST Off)
to adjust the time for Daylight Savings Time.
Tools
Notepad
Reviewing and Editing Notes
Create, read, edit and erase text notes.
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Notepad.
1. From the Home screen, press Tools > Notepad.
MENU >
2. Use the
Directional key to highlight a note,
VIEW.
then press
If you have any stored notes, they appear in the
display. If this is your first time in Notepad, then
No Notes displays.
2. To add a new note, press the
(Add), then enter the note.
Left Soft key
3. While entering text, press the
(Options) for these options:
Right Soft key
•
Copy: Return to the note to use the
Directional key to highlight text to copy,
then press DONE.
•
Paste: Insert previously-copied text into the note.
MENU >
3. Press the
Left Soft key (Edit) to make changes.
Right Soft key
While editing text, press the
(Options) for these options:
•
Copy: Return to the note to use the
Directional key to highlight text to copy,
then press DONE.
•
•
Paste: Insert previously-copied text into the note.
Cancel: Discard changes and return to the note.
4. When you are finished editing the note, press
SAVE.
4. When you are finished entering note text, press
SAVE.
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Tools
USB Mass Storage
Managing Notes
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Notepad.
2. Press the
options:
•
•
•
•
MENU >
Connect your phone to a PC, to copy files, such as
music, pictures or videos, between your phone and
the PC.
Right Soft key (Options) for these
Note: While connected to a PC, your phone cannot
make or receive calls.
Edit: Open the highlighted note to modify it.
1. Insert an optional memory card in your phone.
Erase: Delete the highlighted note.
2. Plug in a USB cable to your phone and connect it
to a USB port on a PC.
Erase Notes: Mark multiple notes for deletion.
Lock/Unlock: Add or remove protection from
erasure.
MENU >
3. From the Home screen, press
Tools > USB Mass Storage.
4. At the prompt on your PC, select a method for
transferring files.
5. After transferring files, press
DISCONNECT,
and confirm the disconnection.
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Tools
Phone Search
Use Phone Search to find items on your phone.
1. From the Home screen, press
Tools > Phone Search.
MENU >
2. Enter search criteria in the search box.
3. To select categories to search, use the
Directional key to highlight them, then press
MARK to select, or press the
Right Soft key
(Mark All) to select all categories.
4. Press the
Left Soft key (Done), then press
SEARCH to perform a search of the selected
categories with the criteria.
5. Highlight a search result, then
the item.
Main Menu
VIEW to display
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Tools
Apps
Browse and download applications to
your phone, from the Apps store.
Important: If your service plan does not include
an unlimited data feature, you will incur either
airtime charges if you exceed your minutes bundle,
or megabyte (MB) charges at applicable rates for
downloading and/or using applications.
Shop Apps
1. From the Home screen, press
Apps.
MENU >
2. Use the
Directional key and
Center Select
Key to browse applications, then use options
available on the
Left Soft key and
Right
Soft key to rate and manage applications.
Tip: For help using Apps, press the
(Options) > Help.
Main Menu
Left Soft key
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Apps
VZ Navigator
VZ Navigator® uses GPS positioning
to tell you where you are, what is
nearby, and to quickly and easily give
you directions. With audible turn-by­
turn directions, you can locate points
of interest in the U.S., including
landmarks, restaurants, and even
ATMs.
Note: VZ Navigator requires service activation. Contact
Verizon Wireless for more information.
1. From the Home screen, press
VZ Navigator.
MENU >
2. The first time you launch VZ Navigator, you are
prompted to download and install the application,
and to agree to the terms of service.
Tip: To use VZ Navigator, you must enable the Location
Detection setting.
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VZ Navigator
Settings
You can configure settings for your
phone under Settings.
Bluetooth Menu
My Verizon
Turning Bluetooth On or Off
Use Bluetooth to exchange information over a distance
of about 30 feet without a physical connection.
Turn Bluetooth on to exchange information with a
Bluetooth device. To save battery life, or in situations
where use of wireless devices is prohibited, turn
Bluetooth off.
My Verizon connects to the Verizon Wireless Mobile
Web. You can setup Favorites or choose from the
available applications.
► From the Home screen, press
Settings > My Verizon.
MENU >
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Bluetooth Menu.
2. Press the
Master Volume
– or –
Set the volume for all ringtones and alerts.
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Master Volume.
From the Home screen, press the
Directional
key RIGHT, highlight Bluetooth On/Off, then press
OK.
MENU >
2. Use the
Directional key or Volume key to
highlight a volume level, then press
SET.
Main Menu
Left Soft key (Turn On) or (Turn Off).
Note: When Bluetooth is turned on, the Bluetooth On
icon appears in the Status Bar of the display.
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Settings
• Dial Up Networking: DUN 1.1 allows the phone
Supported Profiles
to be used as a data modem with a compatible
Bluetooth device, such as a laptop or PDA. This
functionality may require specific services on your
wireless plan; contact Verizon Wireless for more
information.
Bluetooth profiles are specifications for services
supported by individual devices. Profiles improve the
ability of different devices to work together.
Note: This phone does not support all Bluetooth
profiles. For more information about compatible
Bluetooth devices, visit the Verizon Wireless website at:
verizonwireless.com.
• Stereo: A2DP 1.0, AVRCP 1.0, GAVDP 1.0, AVDTP
1.0, and AVCTP 1.0 support delivery of stereo audio
to a compatible Bluetooth device.
MENU >
► From the Home screen, press
Settings > Bluetooth Menu >
Right Soft
key (Options) > Supported Profiles.
• Phonebook Access: PBAP 1.0 allows sharing of
Your phone supports these Bluetooth profiles:
• Object Push: OPP 1.1 allows sending and receiving
•
Headset: HSP 1.1 supports the use of a compatible
Bluetooth headset for mono voice.
•
Handsfree: HFP 1.5 supports Bluetooth headsets,
and may also support other installed compatible
Bluetooth devices with speakerphone capabilities,
such as car kits or conference devices.
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your name card and contact entries as vCards
(v3.0) with compatible Bluetooth devices.
of contact name cards (vCard 3.0), calendar events
(vCalendar 2.0), and other non-protected data
between devices.
• Serial Port: SPP 1.1 allows a remote Bluetooth
device to act as a virtual serial port.
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Settings
Bluetooth Options
•
Use Bluetooth options to view and change your
phone’s name, display supported profiles, and set
visibility and pairing.
Search Setting: Choose types of devices to
search during pairings, from All, Audio Device,
PC, Phone, or Printer.
•
Auto Pairing: Choose On to allow your phone to
pair with other Bluetooth devices with a default
device code, or Off to prevent automatic pairing.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Bluetooth Menu.
2. Press the
options:
•
•
•
Right Soft key (Options) for these
Adding a New Device
Search for a Bluetooth device and pair with it, to
exchange information between your phone and the
device.
My Phone Info: Enter a custom name for your
phone, visible to other Bluetooth devices during
searches. You can also view the phone type,
Status, and Address.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Bluetooth Menu > Add New
Device. Bluetooth turns on, if it is not already on.
Discovery Mode: Press On for other Bluetooth
devices to detect your device, or Off for no
visibility. After selecting On, your phone will be
discoverable for one minute, then Discovery
Mode will automatically reset to Off.
2. At the prompt “PLACE DEVICE YOU ARE
CONNECTING TO IN DISCOVERABLE MODE,”
activate the target device’s Bluetooth discoverable
mode, then press
OK.
Supported Profiles: View a list of supported
Bluetooth profiles and their descriptions.
Highlight a profile and press View to see a
description.
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3. Your phone searches for discoverable Bluetooth
devices and displays them.
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Settings
6. Use the Directional Key to highlight the new device,
then press the
Right Soft key (Options) to set
options for this paired device:
4. Use the
Directional key to highlight the target
device and press
PAIR. Follow the prompts:
•
•
Auto Pairing: If you enabled Auto Pairing in
Bluetooth Options, and the selected device
supports it, your phone sends a default device
code to the device. At the prompt, confirm the
device code to complete pairing.
Pairing with Passkey: Enter a passkey, then
press
SET. Follow the prompts on the target
device to enter the same passkey and complete
the pairing.
5. At the prompt, set incoming security for future
pairings:
•
Always Ask: Your phone will prompt you to
accept future pairings from this device.
•
Always Connect: Your phone will automatically
accept future pairing requests from this device.
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Remove Device: Remove this device from your
phone’s pairing list.
•
Rename Device: Change the name of this
device in the pairing list.
•
Incoming Security: Choose Always Ask or
Always Connect for future pairings with this
device.
•
Service Discovery: View the service profiles
supported for pairing with this device.
•
Device Info: View information about the paired
device.
Settings
PTT Settings
PTT Alert
Configure your phone’s PTT feature, and set the
functionality of the
PTT Key.
When PTT Mode is On, use PTT Alert to set your
phone’s alerts for new PTT events.
The PTT feature uses the PTT Key. When PTT Mode is
On, pressing the Side Key initiates PTT Mode.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > PTT Settings > PTT Alert.
When PTT Mode is disabled, the
as a shortcut key.
PTT Key acts
2. Configure these settings, then press
to save:
•
•
PTT Mode
Turn PTT Mode On to use the PTT feature.
SET
Alert Tone: Select from a list of preloaded tones.
Alert Vibrate: Press On to have the phone
vibrate for PTT alerts.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > PTT Settings > PTT Mode.
2. Press On to enable PTT Mode, or Off to disable.
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Settings
PTT Missed Call
Sounds Settings
When PTT Mode is On, use the PTT Missed Call
setting to set your phone’s notifications for missed
PTT calls.
Configure the sounds your phone plays for calls,
alerts, key presses, and other actions.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > PTT Settings > PTT Missed Call.
Easy Set-up
Use Easy Set-up to quickly set sounds for your phone.
2. Press On to enable PTT Missed Call alerts, or Off
to disable.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Easy Set-up.
2. Use the
Left Soft key,
Directional key,
Center Select
Right Soft key, and
key to follow the prompts to configure Call
Sounds, Keypad Volume, Text MSG Alert,
Multimedia MSG Alert, and Voicemail MSG Alert.
PTT Speaker Notice
When PTT Speaker Notice is On, you will be asked
before the phone turns off the PTT Speaker.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU
>
Settings > PTT Settings > PTT Speaker Notice.
2. Press Yes to enable PTT Speaker Notice or press
No to disable it.
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Settings
Call Sounds
Alert Sounds
Configure sound and vibration settings for incoming
calls.
Choose sound and vibration settings for new
messages and other alerts.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Call Sounds.
► From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Alert Sounds to
configure these settings:
2. Configure these settings, then press
save:
SET to
•
Call Ringtone: Select from a list of preloaded
ringtones.
•
Call Vibrate: Press On to select a vibration
pattern for use with the Call Ringtone, or
press Off.
•
Caller ID Readout: Press Ring Only to have
the phone play the Call Ringtone for incoming
calls. Press Caller ID + Ring to have the phone
announce the caller ID, plus play the Call
Ringtone for incoming calls. Press Name Repeat
to have the phone repeat the caller’s information
for incoming calls.
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TXT Message: Choose an Alert Tone,
Alert Vibrate setting and Reminder options for
incoming text messages.
•
Multimedia Message: Choose an Alert Tone,
Alert Vibrate setting and Reminder options for
incoming multimedia messages.
•
Voicemail: Choose an Alert Tone, Alert Vibrate
setting and Reminder options for incoming
voicemail messages.
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•
Keypad Sounds
Emergency Tone:
-
Alert: Plays the Emergency Dialing tone, except when the master volume setting is Vibrate or All Sounds Off.
-
Vibrate: Vibrates only and does not play the
Emergency Dialing tone.
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Off: The phone will not play the Emergency
Dialing tone, or vibrate.
•
Missed Call: Choose an Alert Tone, Alert
Vibrate setting and Reminder options for
missed call alerts.
•
Device Connect: Choose whether a tone is
played when you connect the phone to another
device with a USB cable.
•
PTT Alert: (Available when PTT Mode is On.)
Choose a Alert Tone and/or Alert Vibrate for
PTT Alerts.
•
Battery Charge Alert: Choose an Alert, Vibrate,
or Off for receiving an alert when the battery
needs charging.
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Choose the sounds your phone plays when you press
keys.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Keypad Sounds.
2. Press Default or Lucid, then press
SET to save.
Keypad Volume
Set the volume of key press sounds.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Keypad Volume.
2. Press the
Directional key or the Volume key to
adjust the keypad volume.
3. Press
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SET to save.
Settings
Readout
Voice Command Settings
When Readout is On, your phone reads out numbers,
menus, alerts, and messages.
Voice Commands is advanced speech recognition
software that recognizes your spoken commands to
dial phone numbers, create messages, and launch
applications such as Contacts, Calendar and My
Pictures.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Readout.
2. Choose On or Off for these alerts:
•
•
•
Full Readout: All items are read aloud.
•
•
Alert Readout: Alert messages are read aloud.
•
TXT Message Readout: Text messages are read
aloud.
► From the Home screen, press
MENU
>
Settings > Sounds Settings > Voice Command Settings.
Menu Readout: Menu items are read aloud.
Digit Dial Readout: Numbers on the keypad are
read aloud.
Flip Open & Talk: Voice Command is activated
when the phone is flipped open.
3. Press
Main Menu
Set to save.
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Settings
Service Alerts
Power On/Off
Configure settings for sounds your phone plays to
notify you of changes in system or service status.
Control the sounds your phone plays when you turn
the phone on or off.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Service Alerts.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Power On/Off.
2. Choose On or Off for these alerts:
2. Choose Power On or Power Off, then press
SET.
•
ERI: A sound plays when you enter and exit
network coverage areas.
•
Minute Beep: During calls, a beep plays once
per minute.
•
Call Connect: A sound plays when a call
connects and ends.
•
Software Update: A sound plays when a
software update is complete.
3. Press
Main Menu
Set to save.
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Settings
Driving Mode
Display Settings
Driving Mode overrides the Master Volume level and
converts all visual notifications to sounds. When
Driving Mode is On, Master Volume is set to High, and
Call Alert sounds will play regardless of the sound
setting. You can choose to have Caller ID read out for
incoming calls or messages, or choose to have Caller
ID and message contents read out.
Configure settings for your phone’s screen.
Easy Set-Up
Use Easy Set-up to quickly set the display settings for
your phone.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Display Settings > Easy Set-up.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Sounds Settings > Driving Mode.
2. Use the
Directional keys,
Left Soft key,
Right Soft key, and
Center Select
key to follow the prompts to configure Personal Banner, Display Backlight, Keypad Backlight, Main Wallpaper, Front Wallpaper, Display Themes, Menu Layout, Dial Fonts, Volume Key Control, Main Clock, and Front Clock.
2. Choose a setting:
•
Caller ID Only: Reads out Caller ID for incoming
calls and messages.
•
ID & Message: Reads out Caller ID and the
message content for incoming messages.
•
Off: Driving Mode is not enabled.
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Settings
Banner
ERI Banner
Display a personal greeting or network status banner
on the Home screen.
When enabled, the ERI banner displays on the front
screen and the Home screen to show current network
coverage.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Display Settings > Banner > ERI Banner.
Personal Banner
Create a greeting to appear on the Home screen.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Display Settings > Banner > Personal Banner.
2. Press the
Directional key left or right to toggle
the banner On to enable and Off to disable.
2. Enter up to 18 characters in the Enter Text field.
3. Move to Main Screen to choose a color for the
banner on the Home screen.
3. Use the
Directional keys to move to Select Text Color, and choose a color for the banner.
4. Move to Front Screen to choose a color for the
banner on the front screen.
•
Press the
Left Soft key (Abc) to select text
input method and language.
•
Press the
Right Soft key (Options) > Cancel
to discard your changes.
5. Press
SET to save your selections.
4. Press
SET to display the banner on the Home screen.
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Settings
Backlight
Wallpaper
Set the duration and brightness of the backlight for the
display and keypad.
Set the background image for the Home screen and
the front LCD screen. When you select wallpaper for
the front LCD screen, it will not display a clock.
Tip: The backlight setting also determines how long the
screen is illuminated before locking.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Display Settings > Wallpaper.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Display Settings > Backlight.
2. Press Main Screen to set the Home screen
wallpaper:
2. Press Display for these settings:
•
•
Duration: Set the duration of the backlight.
•
Main Screen: Press My Pictures to select a
preloaded image, or your own picture. Press
My Videos to select a video for an animated
Home screen.
•
Front Screen: Choose a preloaded image, or
your own picture from My Pictures.
Brightness: Press the
Directional key left or
right to adjust the brightness.
3. Keypad: Select a duration for the keypad backlight.
Left Soft
Note: While selecting wallpaper, press the
key (View) to see a preview of the selection, or press
the
Right Soft key (Options) to rename the picture
or see file information for the image.
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Settings
Display Themes
Main Menu Settings
Customize the appearance of your phone’s menus and
screens.
Customize the appearance of the Main menu.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Display Settings > Display Themes.
Menu Layout
2. Select a theme, then press
SET. Press the
Left Soft key (Preview) to see an example of
a theme, or press the
Right Soft key (Help) for
more information.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU
>
Settings > Display Settings > Main Menu Settings > Menu Layout.
3. Press
Choose from 3 preset layouts for the menu display.
2. Highlight a layout:
SET to save your selections.
•
Tab: Displays items as tabs, to allow scrolling
right and left.
•
List: Displays items in a list, to allow scrolling up
and down.
•
Grid: Displays items in a 3x3 grid, to allow
scrolling up, down, right or left. Grid is the
default layout.
3. Press
SET to save your selections.
Tip: While selecting a layout, press the
Left Soft key
(Preview) to see an example of the layout.
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Settings
Replace Menu Items
Position Menu Items
When the Menu Layout is set to List or Grid, you can
customize the menu by replacing some items with your
favorite applications or tools.
When the Menu Layout is set to List or Grid, you can
change the location of the menu items on the menu
display.
Note: Some menu items, such as Settings and
Contacts, cannot be replaced.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU
>
Settings > Display Settings >
Main Menu Settings > Position Menu Items.
MENU
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Display Settings >
>
Main Menu Settings > Replace Menu Items.
2. Highlight an item and press
EDIT.
3. Highlight a new menu item, then press
save your selection.
4. Continue replacing items, then press the
Soft key (Done) to save your settings.
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2. Use the
Directional key to highlight an item to
move to another location, then press
MOVE.
3. Use the
Directional key to select a new item,
then press
SWAP to save the new menu.
SET to
4. Continue positioning items, then press the
Soft key (Done) to save your settings.
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Settings
Fonts
Reset Menu Layout
Reset Menu Layout, items, and positions to the default
settings.
Style
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU
>
Settings > Display Settings >
Main Menu Settings > Reset Menu Settings.
2. Highlight an options, then press
Set the style and size of characters in the display.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Display Settings > Fonts > Style.
OK to reset:
2. In the Dial Font Style field, press the
Directional key left or right to choose a font for
the Dialer.
•
•
Menu Layout: Revert to the default menu layout.
•
Item Positions: Restore items to their default
menu locations.
3. Press the
Directional key down to highlight
Menu Font Style, then press it left or right to
choose a font for the menu.
•
All: Reset all menu settings.
4. Press
Menu Items: Restore the default list of menu
items.
SET to save your selections.
Tip: Press the
Left Soft key (Preview) to scroll
through examples of the font attributes, then make your
selection by pressing SET.
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Settings
Size
Volume Key Control
Set the size of characters in the display.
When set to On, you can use the Volume Key to adjust
the size of fonts in the display temporarily, while using
your phone.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Display Settings > Fonts > Size.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Display Settings > Fonts > Volume Key Control.
2. In the Dial Font Size field, press the
Directional key left or right to choose a size for
the Dialer.
2. Highlight On or Off, then press
your selection.
3. Press the
Directional key DOWN to highlight
Menu Font Size, then press it left or right to
choose a size for the menu.
SET to save
4. Press the
Directional key DOWN to highlight
Messaging Font Size, then press it left or right to
choose a font for the menu.
5. Press
SET to save your selections.
Tip: Press the
Left Soft key (Preview) to scroll
through examples of the font attributes, then make your
selection by pressing SET.
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Settings
Clock Format
Front Clock
Choose the type of clock to display on the Home
(Main) screen and the Front display.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Display Settings > Clock Format >
Front Clock.
Main Clock
2. Highlight a format: Analog, Orange Analog,
Lime Analog, Digital 12 (hour), Digital 24
(hour), Digital Orange 12, Digital Orange 24,
Digital Lime 12, Digital Lime 24, Dual Clock, or
Off for no clock.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Display Settings > Clock Format >
Main Clock.
2. Highlight a format: Analog, Large Analog,
Digital 12 (hour), Large Digital 12 (hour),
Digital 24 (hour), Large Digital 24 (hour), or Off
for no clock.
3. Press
Tip: Press the
Left Soft key (Preview) to scroll
through examples of the clock attributes, then make your
selection by pressing SET. Press the
Right Soft key
(Help) for more information.
3. Press the
Directional key DOWN to highlight
Clock Color, then press it left or right to choose a
color clock.
4. Press
Main Menu
SET to save the setting.
SET to save the setting.
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Phone Settings
Set My Shortcuts
From the Home screen, press the
Directional key
RIGHT to access the four My Shortcuts.
Airplane Mode
When Airplane Mode is On, all network functions of
your phone are disabled, and you cannot send or
receive calls or messages. While in Airplane Mode,
you can use other features of your phone, such as
tools.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Phone Settings > Set Shortcuts >
Set My Shortcuts.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Phone Settings > Airplane Mode.
3. Highlight an item, then press
shortcut.
2. Highlight On or Off and press
4. While setting shortcuts, press the
key (Options) for these options:
2. Use the
Directional key to highlight a shortcut,
then press
EDIT.
SET.
Set Shortcuts
Customize My Shortcuts and Directional Key
shortcuts, for easy access to your favorite applications
or features.
SET to set the
Right Soft
•
Reset Shortcut (#): Reset the highlighted
shortcut to its default.
•
Reset My Shortcuts: Reset all shortcuts to the
defaults.
Tip: You can also set shortcuts from My Shortcuts. From
Directional key RIGHT
the Home screen, press the
to launch My Shortcuts, then press the
Left Soft key
(Settings).
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Settings
Set Directional Keys
Set Side Key
Directional key
From the Home screen, press the
to access your favorite items.
When PTT Mode is off, the PTT Key acts as a shortcut
key, to launch a favorite application or feature. Use this
setting to assign the Side Key shortcut.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > Set Shortcuts >
Set Directional Keys.
Note: The Set Side Key setting is only available when
PTT Mode is Off.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > Set Shortcuts >
Set Side Key.
2. Use the Directional key to highlight UP
Directional key, LEFT Directional key, or DOWN
Directional key, then press
EDIT.
3. Highlight an item, then press
shortcut.
2. Highlight an application or feature from the list,
SET to save the setting.
then press
SET to set the
4. While setting shortcuts, press the
key (Options) for these options:
Right Soft
•
Reset (xx) Key: Reset the highlighted directional
key to its default.
•
Reset Directional Keys: Reset all shortcuts to
the defaults.
Tip: You can also set shortcuts from My Shortcuts. From
Directional key RIGHT
the Home screen, press the
Left Soft key
to launch My Shortcuts, then press the
(Settings) to select Set Directional Keys.
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Settings
External Keys Locked
Voice Command Settings
Choose a time period for the external keys to remain
active after you close the phone, after which the
external keys will lock to prevent accidental key
presses.
Voice Commands is advanced speech recognition
software that recognizes your spoken commands to
dial phone numbers, create messages, and launch
applications such as Contacts, Calendar and My
Pictures.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Phone Settings > External Keys
Locked.
2. Highlight an option, then press
setting:
MENU >
► From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > Voice Command
Settings.
SET to save the
•
Always Off: External keys will not lock
automatically when you close the phone (you
can lock the keys manually using the front keys).
•
7 seconds: External keys remain active for seven
seconds after you close the phone.
•
15 seconds: External keys remain active for
fifteen seconds after you close the phone.
•
30 seconds: External keys remain active for
thirty seconds after you close the phone.
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For details, see Voice Commands.
Language
Choose a language for your phone’s displays.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > Language.
2. Highlight a language, then press
the setting.
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SET to save
Settings
Location Detection
Current Country
Choose whether your phone’s GPS (Global Positioning
System) location is available to the network at all
times, or only when you have dialed an Emergency
Number, such as 911.
Select your current location, to allow the phone to
apply the correct country code when dialing.
Note: If you travel to a different country, the network
may not report the correct location. In that case, you will
see the message PLEASE VERIFY YOUR CURRENT
LOCATION.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU
>
Settings > Phone Settings > Location Detection.
2. Highlight a setting, then press
setting:
•
On: GPS location is on whenever the feature is
available.
•
E911 Only: GPS location turns on only when you
dial 911.
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MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > Current Country.
SET to save the
2. Highlight a country from the list, then press
SET.
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Settings
Security
Edit Codes
Lock your phone, set restrictions, and choose other
security options.
Set a new Phone Only lock code (for unlocking and
locking the phone), or Calls & Services lock code (for
restricting access to calls and other features).
Access to all Security settings requires the phone’s
Lock Code. By default the Lock Code is the last four
digits of your number.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > Security.
2. Enter the Phone Only lock code at the prompt.
The default lock code is the last four digits of your
phone number.
Important: For security reasons, your phone does not
display lock codes. If you change the lock code, be sure
to record the new code for future reference.
3. Press Edit Codes, then highlight a code:
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•
Phone Only: Enter a new lock code at the
prompt, then enter the new code again to
confirm the change.
•
Calls & Services: Enter a new lock code at
the prompt, then enter the new code again to
confirm the change.
Settings
Restrictions
6. Press Calls for these options:
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Phone Settings > Security.
2. Enter the Phone Only lock code at the prompt.
The default lock code is the last four digits of your
phone number.
•
Incoming Calls: Press Allow All to allow all
incoming calls. Press Contacts Only to allow
calls from numbers stored in Contacts. Press
Block All to block all incoming calls.
•
Outgoing Calls: Press Allow All to allow all
outgoing calls. Press Contacts Only to allow
calls from numbers stored in Contacts. Press
Block All to block all outgoing calls.
3. Press Restrictions.
4. Enter the Calls & Services lock code at the prompt.
The default lock code is the last four digits of your
phone number.
7. Press Messages for these options:
5. Press Location Setting for these options:
•
Unlock Setting: Allow changes to the Location
setting with no code.
•
Lock Setting: Require the Calls & Services lock
code to change the Location setting.
•
Incoming Messages: Press Allow All to allow all
incoming messages. Press Block All to block all
incoming messages.
•
Outgoing Messages: Press Allow All to allow all
outgoing messages. Press Block All to block all
outgoing messages.
8. Press Dial-Up Mode, to Allow or Block use of your
phone as a modem.
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Settings
Phone Lock Setting
Lock Phone Now
Set the locking behavior of your phone. When the
phone is locked, you must enter the Phone Only
lock code to use it, except when dialing emergency
numbers.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Phone Settings > Security.
2. Enter the Phone Only lock code at the prompt.
The default lock code is the last four digits of your
phone number.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > Security.
3. Press Lock Phone Now. The phone locks and
returns to the Home screen. To unlock the phone,
press Unlock and enter the Phone Only lock code.
2. Enter the Phone Only lock code at the prompt.
The default lock code is the last four digits of your
phone number.
3. Press Phone Lock Setting for these options:
•
•
Unlocked: The phone is unlocked at all times.
On Power Up: The phone is automatically locked
when you turn it on. You can make emergency
calls, but must enter the Phone Only lock code
to access other features.
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Settings
Restore Phone
Note: For the VZ Navigator preloaded app, if you delete
it manually, it will be deleted permanently and will not be
restored by Restore Phone. You can download it again at
anytime from Apps.
Return all phone settings to the factory defaults and
permanently erase all user information.
Warning: Choosing Restore Phone will return your
phone to the default settings and permanently erase
all your entries and information saved on the phone,
including pictures, videos, music, messages, contacts
and downloaded applications.
Reset Settings
Return all phone settings to the factory defaults.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > Security.
Note: Choosing Reset Settings will return your phone to
the default settings, but does not delete your entries and
information.
2. Enter the Phone Only lock code at the prompt.
The default lock code is the last four digits of your
phone number.
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > Security.
2. Enter the Phone Only lock code at the prompt.
The default lock code is the last four digits of your
phone number.
3. Press Restore Phone.
4. At the prompt, highlight Yes, then press
restore default settings.
OK to
3. Press Reset Settings.
Note: After the phone power cycles back on, press *228
and press the Send Key to connect to the network and
program your phone with default network settings.
Main Menu
4. At the prompt, highlight Yes, then press
restore default settings.
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OK to
Settings
Global Data Roaming Access
System Select
Set preferences for data access when your phone is
outside the home network area.
Set preferences for roaming behavior.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Phone Settings > System Select.
Important: Accessing data services while roaming may
result in significant charges. Consult Verizon Wireless for
more information.
2. Choose a setting:
MENU
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Settings > >
Global Data Roaming Access.
2. Choose a setting, then press
SET:
•
Allow Access for All Trips: Enable access to
data networks at any time, by any application.
•
Allow Access Only for This Trip: Enable access
to data network currently available.
•
Deny Data Roaming Access: Block data usage
while roaming.
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•
Home Only: Restrict the phone’s operation to
your home network, with no roaming. When
outside the coverage area, call functions and
other features are not available.
•
Automatic: Allow the phone to automatically
acquire service, using the Verizon Wireless
network and the networks of roaming partners.
Settings
NAM Select
Call Settings
Select the primary NAM (Number Assignment
Module).
Customize settings related to placing and receiving
calls.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Phone Settings > NAM Select.
Answer Options
2. Highlight an option, then press
•
•
OK:
Select a method for answering incoming calls.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > Answer Options.
NAM Select: Press NAM1 or NAM2.
Auto NAM Select: Press Enable to allow
automatic NAM selection, or Disable to use the
NAM Select setting.
2. Use the
Directional key to highlight option(s)
and press
MARK to mark them for selection, or
press the
Right Soft key (Mark All):
•
Flip Open: Answer incoming calls by flipping the
phone open.
•
Any Key: When the phone is open, answer calls
by pressing any key.
•
Auto with Handsfree: Incoming calls are
answered automatically, after a short delay.
3. Press the
settings.
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Left Soft key (Done) to save the
Settings
Auto Retry
One Touch Dial
Select settings for automatic redialing of unanswered
calls.
One Touch Dial controls the speed dial feature of your
phone. You must turn One Touch Dial On to use speed
dials on the phone.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > Auto Retry.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > One Touch Dial.
2. Select a time period, or choose Off for no
automatic retries.
3. Select an option and press
2. Highlight On or Off and press
SET.
SET.
Voice Privacy
TTY Mode
Note: This feature is only available on the
Verizon Wireless network.
Your phone is fully TTY compatible, allowing you to
connect a TTY device to the phone’s headset jack. To
use your phone with a TTY device, enable TTY Mode.
When enabled, voice signals are encrypted for
enhanced privacy.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > TTY Mode.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > Voice Privacy.
2. Highlight Yes, then press
2. Highlight On or Off and press
OK to enable TTY.
SET.
3. Follow the prompts to select a TTY mode, from
TTY Full, TTY + Talk (VCO), TTY + Hear (HCO), or
TTY Off.
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Settings
PTT Missed Call
DTMF Tones
Set your PTT missed call notification.
Set DTMF tone length. DTMF tones are used as input
by some automated phone systems, where you may
need to transmit DTMF tones to make selections.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > PTT Missed Call.
2. Highlight On or Off and press
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > DTMF Tones.
SET.
Data Settings
2. Highlight Normal or Long, then press
Select a port for connecting the phone to a PC, and
set maximum connection speed.
PTT Mode
Turn PTT Mode On or Off.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > Data Settings.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > PTT Mode.
2. Configure these data settings:
•
Select Port: Press USB to allow connections via
the USB port, BLUETOOTH to allow connections
via Bluetooth, or NULL to prevent connections.
Press SET to save the setting.
•
Port Speed: Choose a speed, from Auto, 19200,
38400, 57600, 115200, or 230400. Press SET
to save the setting.
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SET.
2. Highlight On or Off, then press
OK.
Note: You can also set PTT Mode from Settings >
PTT Settings > PTT Mode.
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Settings
Assisted Dialing
Fake Call
Assisted dialing makes international dialing easier, by
inserting the appropriate access codes automatically,
based on the Reference Country .
Use the Fake Call feature to cause your phone to
ring with a fake call any time you press the Volume
key down four times quickly, from idle mode with the
phone closed and the external keys unlocked.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > Assisted Dialing.
2. Use the
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > Fake Call.
Directional key to highlight On or Off.
2. Configure these options:
3. Highlight Reference Country and press the
Left Soft key (Set) to select a different reference country.
•
Press the
Left Soft key (Details) to enter
additional dialing information for that country.
4. Press
OK.
Note: When Assisted Dialing is On, the Home screen
will display “Assisted Dialing” when dialing an
international number.
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•
Fake Call On/Off: Press On to enable or Off to
disable the Fake Call feature.
•
Fake Call Timer: Choose the length of time, to
elapse between pressing the Volume Key down
4 times and the ringing of the fake call.
•
Fake Call Voice: Press No Voice to have no
audio through the earpiece when you answer
a fake call, or Use Fake Call Voice to choose
sound to play via the earpiece when you answer
a fake call.
•
Fake Contact Info: Enter fake contact
information to appear in the phone’s display
when a fake call is ringing.
Settings
Noise Cancellation
Memory
Enable Noise Cancellation to minimize the effect of
noisy environments on voice quality in calls.
Manage memory settings for saving pictures, videos,
music, sounds and ringtones to your phone’s memory,
or to an optional installed memory card.
1. From the Home screen, press
MENU >
Settings > Call Settings > Noise Cancellation.
2. Select On or Off, then press
Note: Your phone does not include a memory card.
SET.
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Memory.
MENU >
2. Configure these options:
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•
Save Options: Set the default save location for
Pictures, Videos, and Sounds to Phone Memory
or Card Memory.
•
Phone Memory: View and manage usage of your
phone’s internal memory.
-
Phone Memory Usage: Memory usage and
allocation for the phone’s internal memory.
-
My Pictures: Pictures saved in the phone’s
internal memory.
Settings
•
-
My Videos: Videos saved in the phone’s internal memory. -
My Videos: Videos saved on the memory
card.
-
My Ringtones: Ringtones saved in the phone’s internal memory. -
My Ringtones: Ringtones saved on the
memory card.
-
My Music: Music saved in the phone’s internal
memory.
My Music: Music saved on the memory card.
-
My Sounds: Sounds saved in the phone’s
internal memory.
-
-
My Contacts: Contacts saved in the phone’s
internal memory.
-
My Contacts: Contacts saved on the memory
card.
-
My Messages: Messages saved in the phone’s internal memory. -
My Messages: Messages saved on the
memory card.
-
Move All To Card: Move all files from the phone’s memory to an optional installed memory card.
-
Move All To Phone: Move all files from the
memory card to the phone’s internal memory.
-
Format Card: Permanently erase all contents
on the card, and prepare the card for use in
the phone.
Card Memory: View and manage memory usage
of an optional installed memory card.
-
Card Memory Usage: Memory usage and
allocation for the memory card.
-
My Pictures: Pictures saved on the memory
card.
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My Sounds: Sounds saved on the memory
card.
Settings
USB Mode
Phone Info
Use the USB Mode setting to set the functionality
when you connect your phone to a PC with a USB
cable.
View software and hardware information for your
phone, your assigned telephone number, an icon
glossary, and manage software updates.
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > USB Mode.
2. Highlight a setting, then press
MENU >
1. From the Home screen, press
Settings > Phone Info.
MENU >
2. Press My Number to display the Mobile Device and
Identification numbers.
SET:
•
USB Mass Storage: Enable access to your
phone’s memory, and an optional installed
memory card.
•
Charging Only: Connecting your phone to a PC
with a USB cable will charge the phone only.
4. Press Icon Glossary to view the list of icons with a
brief description.
•
Ask On Plug: When you attach your phone to a
device via USB, you are prompted to choose the
USB mode.
5. Press Software Update to check the status of
your phone’s software and to check for view new
software updates that you can download for your
phone.
Main Menu
3. Press SW/HW Version to view version information
about your phone’s software.
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Settings
Set-Up Wizard
Set-up Wizard assists you with configuring basic
preferences so you can quickly get started using your
phone.
► From the Home screen, press
Settings > Set-up Wizard.
Main Menu
MENU >
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