Vertu Ascent Ti RM-267V User guide

REFERENCE MANUAL
GETTING STARTED
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Glossary
Joystick
Central navigation device
Number keys
The keys that are used to enter text or
numbers.
Default
Initial product setting as supplied by Vertu
when the phone leaves our workshop.
SIM card
Subscriber Identity Module. This is a small card
supplied by your service provider to insert into
your Vertu phone for a network connection.
Service provider The provider of your SIM card and all
associated network services.
Register your Vertu phone
Network service A feature which is made available at the
discretion of your service provider.
Vertu aims to provide you with the very best service possible.
Stand-by
display
The display that appears when your Vertu
phone is switched on, with M enu displayed at
the bottom.
PIN number
A Personal Identification Number that allows
only authorised access to your Vertu phone
and SIM card. We strongly recommend that
you set these up when you receive your new
Vertu phone and SIM card.
To enable us to do this, please register your Vertu phone by visiting
www.verturegistration.com or by calling Vertu Concierge using the
dedicated key on the side of your phone.
Vertu package contents
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Vertu Ascent Ti phone
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Documentation pack
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CD-ROM
1
Back cover release key
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Battery
1
Wall charger
1
Data cable
1
Microfibre polishing cloth
The package contents may vary slightly in accordance with regional
regulations.
Networks
To use your Vertu phone you must subscribe to a service from a
wireless service provider. Your service provider will be able to tell
you about the services that are available and the charges that apply.
This quad-band wireless phone is approved for use on GSM 850/
900/1800/1900 networks and 3G UMTS 2100 network.
Conventions used in this guide
M enu Represents text that appears on your Vertu phone’s
display, for example, “From the stand-by display, press
M enu ”.
S E N D Represents a Vertu phone key, for example, “Press the
S E N D key to make the call”.
Important information relating to safety.
Represents useful information or a quick way to access or
operate a feature.
Represents points to be aware of when using your
Vertu phone.
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Safety points
Vertu phone layout - front
LIGHT SENSOR
POWER KEY
Read these simple guidelines. Not following them may be
dangerous or illegal. Read the complete user guide for
further information.
EARPIECE
For full safety instructions refer to “Safety information” on page 13.
SPEAKER
SWITCH ON SAFELY
Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
SPEAKER
CAMERA
BUTTON
CONCIERGE
BUTTON
ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
Obey all local laws. Always keep your hands free to operate the
vehicle while driving. Your first consideration while driving
should be road safety.
INTERFERENCE
All wireless phones may be susceptible to interference which
could affect performance.
SELECTION
KEY
SELECTION
KEY
SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS
Follow any restrictions. Switch off near medical equipment.
JOYSTICK
SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT
Follow any restrictions. Wireless devices can cause interference
in aircraft.
SEND KEY
END KEY
SWITCH OFF WHEN REFUELLING
Do not use at a refuelling point. Do not use near fuel or
chemicals.
SWITCH OFF NEAR BLASTING
Follow any restrictions. Do not use where blasting is in progress.
USE SENSIBLY
Use only in normal position. Do not touch the antenna
unnecessarily.
CONNECTOR
MICROPHONE
QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified personnel may repair this phone.
ACCESSORIES AND BATTERIES
Use only approved accessories and batteries. Do not connect
incompatible products.
Vertu phone layout - back
ANTENNA AREA
WATER RESISTANCE
Your Vertu phone is not water resistant. Keep it dry.
BACK-UP COPIES
Remember to make back-up copies or keep a written record of
any important information stored in your phone.
FLASH
CONNECTING TO OTHER DEVICES
When connecting to any other device, read its user guide for
detailed safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible
devices.
SOS
CAMERA LENS
EMERGENCY CALLS
Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Press the END
key as many times as needed to clear the display and return to
the stand-by display. Enter the emergency number, then press
the SEND key. Give your location. Do not end the call until given
permission to do so.
BACK COVER
BACK COVER RELEASE
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Inserting the battery and SIM card
R e p l a c i n g t h e b a ck c o v e r
The SIM card and its contacts are easily damaged.
06
Be careful when handling, inserting or removing the SIM card.
Keep SIM cards and the back cover release key out of
the reach of small children.
To replace the back
cover, locate the internal
clip (06) first.
Lower the back cover into
position until it clicks into
place. The cover should
close tightly using only
light pressure.
Always switch the phone off and disconnect the
charger before removing the battery.
R e m o v i n g t h e b a ck c o v e r
Display icons and indicators
With the back of your
Vertu phone facing you,
position the back cover
release key (01) into the
slot of the locking screw
(02).
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02
The display shows the current status of your Vertu phone.
The GSM signal strength indicator appears
at the top left of the display. If you are using a
3G connection you will see the 3G signal
strength indicator.
Turn the locking screw
(02) a quarter of a turn
anticlockwise, and gently
lift off the back cover as
shown.
This picture shows a strong signal.
This picture shows that the signal strength is
weak. To obtain a stronger signal move to an
area clear of obstructions that may block the
signal.
I n se rt in g t h e S I M c a rd
Insert the SIM card into
the SIM card
compartment, ensuring
that the bevelled corner
(03) is located bottom
right and the gold contact
area is facing downwards.
03
04
The battery charge indicator appears at the
top right of the display.
This picture shows a fully charged battery.
This picture shows that the battery charge
level is low and you need to recharge your
Vertu phone soon.
Slide the locking
mechanism (04) over the
SIM card to hold it in
place.
Status icons are displayed below the battery charge and signal
strength indicators. The most commonly displayed icons are:
You have received one or more text messages.
You have missed a call.
You have a voice message waiting (may not be shown on all
networks).
I n se rt in g t h e b a tt e r y
05
Position the battery so
that the contacts align
with the contacts in the
battery compartment (05).
The F li g h t profile is selected. Alternative icons are displayed
for other profiles.
Audible alerts are disabled. There is no ringing tone when
you receive a call.
Ensure that the battery
and SIM card are seated
correctly before replacing
the back cover.
The keypad is locked.
An alarm is set.
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Use the J O Y S T I C K and N U M B E R keys to enter the time. Press O K
to confirm the time. Enter the date using the J O Y S T I C K and
N U M B E R keys. Press O K to confirm the date.
Bluetooth is switched on.
If the battery is removed from your Vertu phone for longer than
an hour, you may need to reset the time and date.
A 3G UMTS connection is active.
M ak i n g a c a l l
A GPRS connection is active.
Check that you are in a
strong signal area and the
battery is charged.
Using your Vertu phone
To help you start using your Vertu phone as quickly as possible,
please read the following information carefully.
Use the N U M B E R keys to
enter the telephone number
you want to call.
S w i t ch i n g y o ur Ve rt u ph o n e o n a n d o f f
Press and hold the P O W E R
key to switch your Vertu
phone on or off.
Press the S E N D key to
begin your call.
The battery may not be fully charged when you first receive your
Vertu phone. If a B a t t e r y l o w message is displayed when you first
switch on your Vertu phone please see “Charging the battery” on
page 11 for more information.
When calling international numbers, press the
display a + sign.
key twice to
A n s w e r i n g a c al l
Th e jo y st ick
When you receive an incoming call, a ringing tone is played and a
call message is displayed. Your Vertu phone will also vibrate if you
have set a vibrating alert.
The J O YS T I C K enables
you to move the cursor
around the display in any
direction.
Press the S EN D key to
answer an incoming call or
press the J O Y S T I C K when
you see A n s w e r on the
screen.
Selection keys
The S EL E C T I O N keys
enable you to select the
options displayed at the
bottom of the display,
directly above the keys.
Adjusting listening volume
To change the earpiece
volume while you are in a
call, move the J O YS T I C K
up or down.
Vir t u a l k e ys
Virtual keys appear on
some screens, for example
messaging screens. Use
the J O Y S T I C K to move
between the virtual keys
and to select the
highlighted key.
While in a call, you can use the speaker phone for a hands-free
call. Use the SELECTION keys to press Lo u d sp . to switch to
speaker phone.
En di ng or re j e cting c a l ls
Press the E N D key to end a
call or reject an incoming
call.
Setting the time and date
S e n d i n g a te x t m e s s a g e
When you first switch on your Vertu phone you will be prompted to
enter your time and date settings if they are not already set up.
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Using the J O Y S T IC K go to:
M enu » Me ss a g es » C re a t e me ss a g e » Mes s ag e
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Enter the recipient’s number.
When you receive an incoming call the keypad lock is automatically
suspended. When the call is ended, the keypad returns to the
locked state.
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Scroll to the message field.
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Enter the message.
U n l o ck i n g t h e k e y p a d
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Scroll down and press the SE N D virtual key.
Press U nl o ck followed by the S P E CI A L F U N C T I O N key within
two seconds. A confirmation message is displayed.
While composing a message:
Short press on the * key shows symbols
Se tt i n g a P I N c o d e
Long press on the # key changes language
We recommend that you use a PIN code to prevent unauthorised
use of your Vertu phone and SIM card.
Short press on the # key toggles between upper/lower case.
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M a k i n g a n e m e rg e n c y c a l l
M enu » S e t t i n g s » S e c u r i t y » P I N c o d e re q u e s t
Your Vertu phone, like any wireless phone, operates using
radio signals, wireless and landline networks as well as
user-programmed functions. Because of this, connections
in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, you
should never rely solely upon any wireless phone for
essential communications, for example medical
emergencies.
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Using the J O Y S T IC K go to:
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Select O n
If you have set a PIN code,
the next time you switch on
your Vertu phone you will see
this screen asking you to
enter your PIN code.
If the phone is not on, switch it on. Some networks require that a
valid SIM card is properly inserted in the phone.
Press the E N D key as many times as necessary to return to the
stand-by display.
Enter the emergency number, for example 000, 08, 110, 112, 118,
119, 911, *911, 999, *999 or other official emergency number.
Use the N U M B E R keys to
enter your PIN code.
Press the S EN D key.
Emergency numbers vary by location and those listed above
may not be supported by your current network.
If certain features are in use, you may first need to turn those
features off before you can make an emergency call. For more
information consult your local service provider.
Press O K
When making an emergency call, remember to give all the
necessary information as accurately as possible.
Remember that your phone may be the only means of
communication at the scene of an accident – do not end the call
until given permission to do so.
Protecting your Vertu phone
Enter *#06# from the stand-by display to find the IMEI serial
number. Make a note of your IMEI serial number and keep it in
a safe place.
Lo ck i n g t h e k e y p a d
You can lock the keypad on your Vertu phone to prevent
accidentally dialling any numbers.
From the stand-by display, press Men u followed by the
S P E CI A L F U N C T I O N key (at the bottom left of the keypad) within
two seconds. A confirmation message is displayed.
When the keypad is locked, a key icon appears below the signal
strength indicator.
You can still make calls to the emergency numbers when the
keypad is locked.
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The main menu
M e s s a ge s
The main menu displays all the top level menu categories, from
which you can access all the functions of your Vertu phone.
The M e s s ag e s menu enables
you to write, send, receive and
read messages.
Your Vertu phone supports:
The J O YS T I C K is programmed with some popular menu
options. When your Vertu phone leaves our workshop the
options are:
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C re a t e m e s sa g e
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text messages
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I nb ox
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multimedia messages
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E -m a i l m ai lb ox
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flash messages
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Drafts
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voice messages
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O u t b ox
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e-mail messages
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instant messages.
Up - C a l c u la t o r
Down - Tra vel
Left - C re a t e me ss a g e
Right - C a l e n d a r
To change these to your favourite menu options
go to Me nu » S e t t i n g s » My shortcuts
O p e n in g t he m e n u
From the stand-by display, press the J O YS T I C K to open the M enu
and display the main categories.
Use the J O Y S T I C K to highlight the desired menu.
Press the J O Y S T I C K to open the menu and view the options.
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Sent items
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S aved i t em s
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D e l i v e ry rep o r t s
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W V ch a t
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Vo ic e m e s s ag e s
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Info messages
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S e rv. c o m m a n d s
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D e l e t e m e s s ag e s
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M e s s ag e s e t t i n g s
N a v i ga t i n g t h ro u g h t h e m e n u s
Contacts
When navigating through the menus, press Back or E x it to return
to the previous menu without saving changes.
Press the E N D key to return to the stand-by display from any menu
without saving changes.
You can also use also voice commands to activate menu functions
on your Vertu phone. Please see “Voice dialling” on page 8 for more
information.
Changing how the menu is displayed
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N a me s
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S ync a l l
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S ettin g s
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G ro u p s
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S p eed d ials
Using the J O Y S T I C K go to:
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I nf o n u mb ers
Me nu » O p t i o n s » Main menu view
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S er v i c e n u m b e r s
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M y n u m b ers
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D e l . a l l c o n t ac t s
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M o ve c o nt ac t s
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Copy contacts
Select one of the following options:
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Li s t to display the main menu icons one at a time.
G r i d to display all the main menu icons on one screen. You
can move the icons around the grid to have the options you
use the most in your favourite positions.
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Call History
Ta b to display the main menu icons along the top of the
screen and the menu options below.
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C a l l lo g
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M i ss ed c a l ls
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R e c e i v e d c a l ls
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D i al l e d n u m b e rs
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M s g . rec i p i e n t s
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C l e a r lo g l is t s
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C a l l d u r a t io n
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Data counter
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Data timer
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M e s s ag e l o g
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Data transfer
The C o n t a c t s menu enables you
to add and delete contact
numbers, select whether to store
them on the phone or SIM
memory, and set up speed
dialling.
I nf o n u m b e r s , S e r v i c e
n u m b ers and M y n u m b e r s are
only displayed if the services are
supported by your service
provider.
The C a ll H is t o r y menu enables
you to view information about
voice and data calls that you have
made, received and missed.
You can also view information
about messages received and
sent, and the amount of data
received and sent while web
browsing.
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Settings
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P ro f i l e s
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Th e m e s
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To n es
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D is p l ay
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Date and time
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M y s h o rtc u t s
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C o n n e c t iv it y
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C a ll
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Phone
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Enhancements
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Configuration
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Security
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Fac t o r y res et
Tim e
The S e t t i n g s menu enables you
to change the way your Vertu
phone is configured.
This covers a wide range of
features from changing the standby display background to setting
up access points for network
connectivity.
We recommend that you protect
your Vertu phone and SIM card
from unauthorised use by
protecting them with passwords
using the S ec u ri t y option.
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A la rm c lo ck
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S t opwat ch
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Date and time
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Ti me r
Ve r t u Fo r t re s s
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Me dia
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Th e m e s
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To n es
Additions
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C a me r a
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Applications
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Web
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Vi d eo
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Vo i c e re c o rd e r
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Mu si c pl a yer
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E q u al i se r
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S t e re o w i d e n i n g
O rg a n i s e r
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C a lc u l a t o r
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C a len d a r
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To - d o l i s t
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Notes
You can also set the date and
time on this menu.
Ver t u Fo r t res s enables you to
wirelessly save the important
personal information on your
Vertu phone to a secure storage
facility.
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S erve r sy nc
S I M s e r vi ce s
G a lle ry
The Tim e menu contains an
alarm clock, a countdown timer
and a stopwatch.
The G a l l e r y menu contains all
your music and picture files, both
preloaded and downloaded.
To play any file, select it and press
O p e n on the J O Y S T I C K .
The S I M s er vi c es menu
enables you to view confirmation
messages sent between your
Vertu phone and the network. You
can access this menu only if it is
supported by your SIM card.
For availability and information on
using SIM card services, contact
your service provider.
Accessing this service may
involve sending messages or
making a phone call for which you
may be charged.
The A d d i t i o n s menu contains
the camera, video, music player,
games and the web browser.
The O rg a n is e r menu enables
you to view your calendar, set
reminders for forthcoming events
or dates, add notes, and create a
to-do list. The organiser also
contains a calculator.
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Personalising your Vertu phone
Ringing tones
G o t o s h o rt c u t s
Your Vertu phone comes with various special ringing tones. You
can also download ringing tones in AAC, MP3 and MIDI formats.
You can use the G o t o shortcuts to bypass the main menu and give
you quick access to the menu options that you use most often.
Changing the ringing tone
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From the stand-by display, press the Go t o S EL E CT IO N key.
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Use the J O Y S T I C K to select the desired shortcut.
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Some of the most useful G o t o shortcuts are:
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Open the Stopwatch
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View images and videos
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Network mode (to enable 3G)
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Select Men u » S e t t i n g s » To nes o r u s e t h e G o t o shortcut.
Scroll slowly through the ringing tones list. When you hear a ringing
tone that you would like to use, press S e l e c t .
Quick access to useful features
S e tt i n g a n a l a r m
Your Vertu phone has a useful alarm clock function.
Operator select (to select a network operator with a GPRS
roaming agreement with your home network operator).
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Select M e n u » Ti m e » A l ar m c l o ck o r u s e t he Go to
shortcut.
Creating shortcuts
When you turn the alarm on, you can set the time, alarm tone,
snooze and repeat functions.
To customise the options available on the G o t o list, display the list
as above and select O p t i o n s » S e l e c t o p t i o n s . Pick the options
that you want to display on the G o t o list.
When there is an alarm set, you will see the alarm clock icon on the
stand-by display.
If the phone is switched off, it will switch itself on at the alarm
time. Please remember this if you are in a restricted area.
You can also set up the J O Y S T IC K to access shortcuts.
B a ck g ro u n d s
B l u e t o o th
Your Vertu phone comes with a number of images to use as display
backgrounds.
Bluetooth technology enables you to easily share images and video
clips, and take advantage of wireless connectivity by using a
compatible Bluetooth headset. You first need to pair with the other
device which should be within 10m of your Vertu phone.
Changing the background
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Select M enu » S e t t i n g s » Th e m e s or u s e t h e G o t o
shortcut.
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Select a background from those available.
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Select A p p ly to change the background.
The Bluetooth menu is located in M enu » S e t t i n g s »
C o n n e c t i v i t y o r u s e t h e G o t o shortcut.
Using the options on these menus you can turn Bluetooth on, make
your phone discoverable, search for active devices and pair your
phone with other Bluetooth devices, for example your Bluetooth
headset.
P ro f i l e s
Switch off Bluetooth if it’s not being used, to maximise battery
performance. If Bluetooth is On, but your Vertu phone is not
paired, Bluetooth may switch itself off after a few minutes.
Your Vertu phone has several different profiles that enable you to
change the ringing tone, ringing volume and vibrating alert all at
once. Profiles can be timed, for example you can set the Silen t
profile while you attend a meeting and, if you have set it, the
Ge neral profile will resume after the meeting.
Adding a contact
To quickly add a new contact, enter the number on the stand-by
display and then press the J OY S T I C K. Enter the contact name and
Sav e the contact.
Flight mode
Flight mode allows you to deactivate all radio frequency functions
but still have access to offline games, the calendar and phone
numbers.
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Vo i c e d i a l l i n g
Your Vertu phone can access menu options and dial contacts using
voice commands.
Select M enu » S et t i n g s » P ro f i l e s » F l ig h t
Use flight mode in radio sensitive environments for example on
board aircraft or in hospitals.
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To make an emergency call in flight mode, make the call as
normal and answer Yes when asked E x i t f l i g h t p ro f i le ?
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To deactivate flight mode, select any other profile.
To change profiles quickly, briefly press the P O W E R key.
Long press on the # key toggles between S il e n t and
Ge neral profiles.
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Press and hold the right S E L EC T I O N key on the stand-by display.
Say clearly the name of the contact or menu option you want to
access.
Select the option you require from the displayed list. If you don’t
make a selection within 5 seconds, the option at the top of the list
will be automatically selected.
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Music player
B ro w s i n g t h e We b
Only download and use files from sources that offer
adequate security and protection against harmful software.
Your Vertu phone includes a music player for listening to music
tracks, recordings or other MP3, MP4, AAC, eAAC+ or Windows
Media Player sound files that you have transferred to your Vertu
phone using the File Manager in Vertu PC Suite.
You can access mobile Internet services with the Web browser on
your Vertu phone. You can view pages that use wireless markup
language (WML) or extensible hypertext markup language
(XHTML).
To open the music player scroll to M enu » A d d it i o n s » M u si c
p la y e r .
Depending on which service provider you use, your Vertu phone
might already have Internet settings installed so you might be able
to browse the Internet straight away. If you cannot connect to the
Internet, please contact Vertu Concierge or visit www.vertu.com
and download your settings.
Music files that you transfer to your Vertu phone are automatically
added to the list of songs in the music player.
Long press on the E N D key stops the music player.
To open the Web browser select M e n u » A d d it i o n s » We b .
Media memory
Long press on the 0 key opens your default web page.
Your Vertu phone has 4GB internal memory (which we refer to as
media memory). You can store thousands of high quality images.
Q u i ck t i p s
When the media memory is full a message is displayed. Delete
some files from the media memory before continuing.
Enter *#100# and press the SEND key to display your phone
number (may not be relevant for all service providers).
Enter *#0000# from the stand-by display to show the software
version.
Stopwatch
Long press on the 1 key calls your voice mail box.
Camera
The Vertu stopwatch function
enables you to measure time,
take intermediate times or
take lap times in 1/10 of a
second intervals.
Your Vertu phone incorporates a 3 Megapixel camera with
autofocus and integral LED flash. There is a powerful 8x digital
zoom which together with the 16 million colour QVGA screen
produces crisp, high quality images.
Your Vertu phone supports an image capture resolution of 2048 x
1536 pixels. Pictures are saved in jpg format and video clips are
saved in 3gp format. Available recording time depends on the video
clip length and quality settings.
S t a r t i n g t h e s t o p w a t ch
You can take photos and record video clips with the camera and
send them by message to your friends, or save them in the memory,
from where they can be transferred to your computer.
Using the J O Y S T I C K go to M enu » Ti me » S t o p w a t ch . To start
the stopwatch, press the S TAR T- S T O P button (C AM ERA button or
N U M B E R 4 key) on the left side of your Vertu phone. To stop the
stopwatch press the S TA RT-S T O P button again.
Ta k i n g p ho t o s
1. To start the camera, give a short press on the C AM ERA button on
the side of your Vertu phone or use the J O Y S T IC K to go to Men u
» A d d it i o n s » C a m e r a .
2. To zoom in and out move the J O Y S T I C K up or down.
R e s e t ti n g th e s t op w a t ch
When you have finished timing, press the RE S ET button
(C O N CI E RG E button or N U M B E R 6 key) to return the second
hand to the starting position.
3. To autofocus, press and hold the C A M E RA button and a white
frame appears on the display. When the white frame turns green the
object is in focus.
Select O p t i o n s to view the Stopwatch menu and select Split
timing or Lap timing.
4. To take the photo release the C AM ERA button or use the
J O Y S T I C K to select C a p t u re .
Split timing
Ta k i n g v i d e o s
Split timing enables you to take intermediate times while you are
timing. Press the S P L I T button (CO N C IE RG E button or
N U M B E R 6 key) every time you want to take an intermediate time.
The second hand continues moving and the split times are
displayed at the top of the screen. To stop the stopwatch press the
STAR T- ST O P button (CA ME RA button or N U M B E R 4 key) again.
You can save, view and delete the split times.
1. To start the camera give a short press on the C AM ERA button on
the side of your Vertu phone or use the J O YS T I C K to go to: Me nu
» A d d it i o n s » Vi d eo .
2. To zoom in and out move the J O Y S T I C K up or down.
3. To record a video use the J O YS T I C K to select R ec o rd or press
and hold the C A M E RA button. To pause the recording, select
Pa us e ; to resume the recording, select C o n t i n u e . To stop the
recording, select S t o p .
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L a p t im in g
Your Vertu phone will display all the locally available networks.
Select one and reopen the Travel application.
Lap timing enables you to measure lap times. Press the S TAR TS T O P button (C A M ERA button or N U M B E R 4 key) to start the
stopwatch. To finish timing press the S TAR T- S T O P button again.
You can save, view and delete the lap times.
For information on configuring the Travel application, GPRS
coverage and roaming agreements, please contact Vertu
Concierge.
Not all network operators have GPRS roaming agreements with
other network operators.
Vertu Fortress
Vertu Fortress is a Vertu product that enables you to wirelessly
transmit important information from your Vertu phone to a high
security data storage facility. Your service provider will charge you
for the amount of data transferred by GPRS or 3G, so please check
their tariff first. You can back up all contact information, calendar
notes and tasks in this way.
Na v ig a ti ng th e s c re e n s
Use the JOYSTICK to move between screens and also move
between fields on a screen.
U pd a t i n g f l i gh t , w e a t h e r a n d c u rre n c y
information
When you register your Vertu phone at www.verturegistration.com,
you can complete the Vertu Fortress registration details and we will
send you the necessary settings.
Press the O p t i o n s S E L E C T I O N key to display a menu.
When you have synchronised your data with the secure server, you
can update it from our website and, if necessary, transfer it to
another phone you have registered.
C h a n g i n g s e tt i n g s
Select the U p d a t e . . . option to open a GPRS connection and
download latest information to your Vertu phone.
Press the O p t i o n s S EL E CT I O N key to update settings, change
city, and change settings.
3G
S e t t i n g s include time format, date format, temperature scale and
the space character (decimal point).
Your Vertu phone is not automatically enabled for 3G. If you want to
use 3G for faster downloads or when roaming in Japan, you need to
enable 3G from the G o t o menu. To do this, press the
Go t o S EL E CT IO N key » N e t w o r k m o d e » 3G + G S M
C l o ck s
Travel
This screen displays the time at three different locations. You can
set one clock to display the time in your home city, and the other
clocks to display the time in any other two cities. Press the
O p t io n s S E L E C T I O N key to select a new city.
The travel application WorldMate® provides access to the
following information:
We a t h e r
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Clocks for multiple cities worldwide, including time zone
management and international daylight saving time.
This screen displays five-day weather forecasts. If the weather
information is no longer current and you want to update it, press the
O p t io n s S E L EC T I O N key and select U p d a t e w e a t h e r .
Global weather conditions, forecasts and updates for over
250 cities worldwide.
Wo r ld m a p
This screen displays a map of the world, showing which regions are
in day and night. You can select a city from the list and view its
location and current time. Press the O p t i o n s S EL E CT I O N key to
select a new city.
World map with day and night display and interactive city
locators.
Currency conversion with online access to exchange rates for
more than 160 currencies worldwide.
C u r re n c y
Real-time flight information including delays, gate and
terminal information for over 75 of the world’s leading airlines.
This screen displays three different currencies and enables you to
convert sums of money between them. Press the O p t i o n s
S E L E C T I O N key to select a new currency.
In order to download the latest flight, currency and weather
information, you must be subscribed to the Travel application
service. You must also have valid Internet settings on your Vertu
phone and there must be GPRS network coverage in your current
location.
Currency rates fluctuate daily. To obtain current currency rates,
press the O p t i o n s S E L E C T I O N key and select U p d a t e r a t e s .
Flight status
This screen enables you to search for the latest flight information for
over 75 leading airlines. You can see current information on
schedules, gates, terminals, delays and aircraft type.
Depending on which service provider you use, your Vertu phone
might already have Internet settings installed. If you cannot connect
to the Internet, please contact Vertu Concierge or visit
www.vertu.com and download your settings.
Select an A ir l ine , F li g h t n u m b e r and D at e , and then press G et
f li g h t s t a t u s .
If you travel to a region covered by a different network operator, and
you are unable to download the latest flight, currency and weather
information, you need to select a network operator that has a GPRS
roaming agreement with your home network.
Queries you have previously made are stored for reuse in the
R e c e n t Q u e r ie s list.
WorldMate® is provided by MobiMate®.
To do this select M e n u » S e t t in g s » P h o n e » O p e r a t o r
s e l e c t i o n » M an u al .
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Vertu Concierge
Accessories
Vertu Concierge is an exclusive service for people who believe that
quality matters. Our aim is to bring you only the very best, whether it
be music, art, travel or food.
The following accessories are provided with your Vertu phone:
Vertu Concierge provides you with a highly personalised range of
services including:
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Lifestyle services such as restaurant recommendations and
reservations, travel assistance, and tickets for theatre shows,
concerts or sporting events.
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Wall charger
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Battery
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Data cable.
For more information about accessories approved for use with your
Vertu phone, please contact Vertu Concierge or refer to
www.vertu.com.
Solving everyday practical problems such as finding a
reputable plumber or tracking down a gift.
Keep all parts out of reach of small children.
Use only batteries, chargers and accessories approved by
Vertu for use with this particular phone model. The use of
any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty
applying to the phone and may be dangerous.
Assistance with using your Vertu phone.
When you connect to Vertu Concierge, you can speak directly to a
team of Lifestyle Managers who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days
a week to offer personalised assistance.
To optimise the performance and lifetime of your accessories, and
protect your warranty coverage, observe the following handling and
usage precautions:
C a l l i n g Ve r t u C o n c i e rg e
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The C O N CI E R GE key is
located on the right side of
your Vertu phone as shown in
this illustration.
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Do not use or store in dirty or dusty areas.
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Do not attempt to open.
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Press the C O N C I ER G E key
to display the Concierge
screen.
Keep dry. Precipitation, humidity and all types of liquids or
moisture can contain minerals that will corrode electronic
circuits.
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Do not drop, knock or shake. Rough handling can break fine
mechanics.
Do not store in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the
life of electronic devices and damage batteries.
Do not store in cold areas.
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong
detergents to clean.
Do not paint.
Wa ll ch a rg e r
The wall charger supplied with your Vertu phone should be
appropriate for your region. However, you should always check that
the electrical rating of the AC outlet is appropriate for the charger
before you attempt to plug it in.
Press C a l l or the SE N D key
to call Vertu Concierge.
Never attempt to use a damaged charger. Contact Vertu
Concierge to obtain a replacement.
Charging the battery
The battery for your Vertu phone is rechargeable and requires
charging at regular intervals.
If you are unable to reach Vertu Concierge using the C O N CI E R GE
key, call +448707375535..
Only use the approved charger and battery designed
specifically for your Vertu phone.
You must have network coverage to call Vertu Concierge.
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Charging and discharging
Insert the charger connector into the
bottom of your Vertu phone as
shown. Please ensure that the
connector is inserted correctly, with
the connector symbol uppermost.
Unplug the charger from the AC outlet and your Vertu phone when
not in use. Do not leave your Vertu phone connected to a charger.
The battery does not have to be completely discharged before you
can recharge it. Continuously charging the battery may shorten its
lifetime. If left unused, a fully charged battery will lose its charge
over time. Temperature extremes can affect the ability of your
battery to charge.
Battery care and safety
Connect the charger body to a
powered AC outlet.
Use the battery only for its intended purpose. Never use any charger
or battery that is damaged.
After a few seconds, the battery
indicator animates and a
confirmation message is displayed if
your Vertu phone is switched on.
Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can
occur when a metallic object such as a coin, clip, or pen causes
direct connection of the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals of the
battery (the metal strips on the battery). This might happen, for
example, when you carry a spare battery in your pocket, purse or
bag. Short-circuiting the terminals may damage the battery and the
connecting object.
If the battery has not been used for some time, you may need to
recondition it by charging it. Although the charging indicator
appears on the display after a few seconds, it may take from
several minutes to an hour before you can make a call.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a closed car in
summer or winter conditions, will reduce the capacity and lifetime of
the battery. Always try to keep the battery between 15°C and 25°C
(59°F and 77°F). If your battery is very hot or extremely cold, your
Vertu phone may not work temporarily, even if the battery is fully
charged. Battery performance is particularly limited in temperatures
well below freezing.
The charging time will vary with different power sources and we
recommend the Vertu wall charger should always be used.
Always charge the battery until it is fully charged. When the battery
is fully charged, the battery charge indicator stops animating and, if
your Vertu phone is switched on, a B a t t e r y f u l l confirmation
message is briefly displayed.
Dat a c a bl e
If your Vertu phone is not charging, try the following:
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The micro-USB data cable transfers data between your Vertu phone
and a compatible computer, for example when you are using Vertu
PC Suite, and between your Vertu phone and a compatible printer
supporting PictBridge.Attaching the data cable to the phone
connector
Disconnect the charger from the AC outlet.
Check that the electrical rating of the AC outlet is compatible with
your charger.
Verify that the AC outlet has power and that it is switched on. For
example, in many hotel rooms, AC outlets are used for lighting and
may be switched on and off from remote locations in the room.
Carefully insert the microUSB end of the data cable
into the phone connector.
Make sure the side showing
the design is facing up.
Wait for at least 10 seconds and then reconnect the charger to the
AC outlet.
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Use another nearby AC outlet that you know is providing power.
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If charging still fails, contact Vertu Concierge for further advice.
Battery
Attaching the data cable to the computer
Never dispose of batteries in a fire.
Always dispose of batteries according to local regulations.
Please recycle when possible. Do not dispose of batteries
as household waste.
Insert the USB end of the
data cable into the
computer’s USB connector.
The full performance of a new battery is achieved only after two or
three complete charge and discharge cycles. The battery can be
charged and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually
wear out. If you notice that the talk and stand-by times are much
shorter than normal, you may need a new battery. Contact Vertu
Concierge to obtain a Vertu approved battery.
Maximising battery performance
Certain functions in your Vertu phone can be switched off if not in
use, to help maximise your battery performance. Examples of these
are Bluetooth, 3G and the Stopwatch.
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CD-ROM
Care and maintenance
The CD-ROM provided with your Vertu phone contains the
following items:
Your Vertu products have been crafted from some of the finest
materials and care should be taken to keep them in good condition.
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Vertu PC Suite (for PC only)
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An electronic version of the Reference Manual
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Damage caused to your Vertu phone by failing to observe
these care instructions is not covered by the warranty.
C e r a m i c s a n d s a p ph i re
Link to set up your Vertu phone for MMS, browsing and email
Ceramics and sapphire are very hard materials but are also brittle
and can be scratched by harder materials or objects. They can also
be damaged if dropped.
A link to register your Vertu phone.
M i n im u m s p e c i f i c a t i o n s
Avoid the following:
The Vertu CD-ROM works on a compatible computer with a
CD-ROM drive, with Microsoft® Windows® 2000, Microsoft®
Windows® XP or Microsoft® Vista® installed. You need at least
250 MB of free disk space and administrator rights to the PC.
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Connecting to a computer
To connect your Vertu phone to a computer you need either a Vertu
USB data cable or Bluetooth wireless technology equipment and
software.
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Contacts
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Synchronise
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Connect to the Internet
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Install applications
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File manager
Dropping or knocking the product on hard surfaces.
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Repeated rubbing against hard surfaces.
All Vertu leather products are made by expert craftsmen. Each
leather hide is unique and has natural markings which should be
considered part of the individuality of fine leather. All leather can be
damaged and should be treated with care.
Vertu PC Suite includes the following applications to extend the
functionality of your Vertu phone:
Backup
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Le a t h e r
Ve r tu P C S u it e
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Contact with other hard materials such as diamond jewellery,
nail files, abrasives, and mineral crystals.
Avoid the following:
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Exposure to water and high humidity.
Messages
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Dropping, rubbing or knocking on hard surfaces.
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Image store
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Exposure to extreme temperatures.
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Multimedia player
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Contact with oily substances, make-up and solvents.
Metal
I n s t a l l i n g Ve r t u P C S u i t e
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Insert your Vertu CD-ROM into the PC’s CD-ROM drive.
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Click on the install now button.
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Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Vertu metals are finished to a high standard and care needs to be
taken to maintain their appearance.
Avoid the following:
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Vie wi n g t h e e le c t ro n i c R e f e re n c e M a n u a l
Contact with chemicals such as solvents, alkaline and acid
solutions, cola-based drinks and exposure to salt water. Wipe
with a clean, soft cloth as soon as possible if contact occurs.
Start the CD-ROM as described above.
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Contact with sharp objects.
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Click on the launch pdf button.
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Dropping or knocking against hard surfaces.
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Metal polishes.
S e t t i n g u p M M S , b ro w s i n g a n d e - m a i l
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Start the CD-ROM as described above.
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Click on the order settings button.
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Safety information
Tr a f fi c s a f e t y
Your computer must be connected to the Internet to set up MMS,
browsing and e-mail.
Do not use a hand-held telephone while driving a vehicle. If using a
hand-held phone, park the vehicle before using the phone in any
way. Do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it can
break loose in a collision or sudden stop.
R e g i s t e r i n g y ou r Ve r t u p h o n e
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Start the CD-ROM as described above.
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Click on the register phone button.
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O pe ra t in g e n vi ro n m e n t
Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any area and
always switch off your phone whenever it is forbidden to use it, or
when it may cause interference or danger.
Your computer must be connected to the Internet to register your
Vertu phone.
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As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment, users are
advised that for the satisfactory operation of the equipment and for
the safety of personnel, it is recommended that the equipment
should only be used in the normal operating position. When the
phone is on and being worn on the body, always use an approved
carrying case.
Switch off your phone before boarding an aircraft. The use of
wireless telephones in an aircraft may be dangerous to the
operation of the aircraft, disrupt the wireless telephone network and
may be illegal. In the United States, FCC regulations currently
prohibit using your Vertu phone while in the air.
Failure to observe these instructions may lead to suspension or
denial of telephone services to the offender, or legal action or both.
Use only the supplied or approved parts. Unauthorised antennas,
modifications or attachments could damage the phone and may
violate regulations governing radio devices.
Po t e n t i a l l y e x p l o s i v e a tm o s p h e re s
Switch off your phone when in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such
areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or
even death.
E l e c tron i c d e v i c e s
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency
(RF) signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be
shielded against the RF signals from your wireless phone.
You are advised to switch off the phone when at a refuelling point or
service station. Observe restrictions on the use of radio equipment
in fuel depots (fuel storage and distribution areas), chemical plants
or where blasting operations are in progress.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation
of 15 cm (6 inches) be maintained between a hand-held wireless
phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the
pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the
independent research by and recommendations of Wireless
Technology Research.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not
always clearly marked. They include below deck on boats; chemical
transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquified petroleum gas
(such as propane or butane); areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders; and
any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your
vehicle engine.
Persons with pacemakers:
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Should always keep the phone more than 15 cm (6 inches)
from their pacemaker when the phone is switched on;
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Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket;
Your Vertu phone is not water resistant. Keep it dry.
Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the
potential for interference.
If your Vertu phone is accidentally splashed with water, ensure you
dry it completely before removing the back cover. Remove the
battery and leave all parts to dry naturally. Do not apply heat.
If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place,
switch off your phone immediately.
Never charge your Vertu phone when the connector at the bottom
of the phone is damp or wet.
Hearing aids
Some wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the
event of such interference, consult your service provider.
Chargers must only be used in dry conditions. They should never be
used when damp or wet.
Other medical devices
Make sure the interior of your Vertu phone and the back cover
seals are dry, clean, and free of any foreign objects before
you replace the back cover.
Operation of any radio transmitting equipment, including wireless
phones, may interfere with the functionality of inadequately
protected medical devices.
A n t e n n a a re a
Switch off your phone in health care facilities when any regulations
posted in these areas instruct you to do so.
Avoid touching the antenna area (see shaded area below) of your
Vertu phone unnecessarily when the phone is switched on. Contact
with the antenna area affects call quality and may cause the phone
to operate at a higher power level than otherwise needed.
Ve h ic le s
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles (e.g. electronic fuel injection
systems, electronic anti-skid (anti-lock) braking systems, electronic
speed control systems, air bag systems).
Avoid contact with the
antenna area during a call to
optimise the antenna
performance and the talk
time of your Vertu phone.
Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding your
vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment
that has been added to your vehicle.
Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials
in the same compartment as the phone, its parts or accessories.
For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air bag
inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including both
installed or portable wireless equipment in the area over the air bag
or in the air bag deployment area.
Specifications
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Weight
161 g
Length
117 mm
Width
49 mm
Thickness
18 mm
Warranty
Ver t u t w o -y e a r l im i t e d int e rna t i o n a l w ar r an t y f o r
c e ll u l a r p h o n e
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL NEITHER EXCLUDE NOR LIMIT (I) ANY
MANDATORY STATUTORY RIGHTS OF THE CLIENT OR (II) ANY OF THE
CLIENT’S RIGHTS AGAINST THE SELLER/DEALER OF THE PRODUCT.
VERTU warrants that this cellular phone (“Product”) is free from defects in
material and workmanship according to the following terms and conditions:
B L- 5 CV L i -i o n ba t t e r y
Talk time
GSM up to 5 hours
3G up to 3 hours
Stand-by time
GSM up to 300 hours
3G up to 300 hours
1. The Limited Warranty for the Product extends for TWO (2) years
beginning on the date of original purchase or delivery of the Product,
whichever is the later. In case of a change of owner/user, such
warranty period shall continue for the remaining part of the two (2)
year period.
2. During the period of the Limited Warranty, Vertu will repair, modify or
replace, at Vertu’s sole option, any defective parts, or any parts that
will not properly operate for their intended use with new or
refurbished replacement items if such repair or replacement is
needed because of product malfunction or failure during normal
usage. No charge will be made to the Owner for the repair or
replacement of any such parts. Vertu will also pay for the labour
charges incurred by Vertu in repairing or replacing the defective
parts. The repaired Product will be warranted for the balance of the
original warranty period. This Limited Warranty does not cover
damage to or defects in (other than manufacturing defects)
appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items and any
non-operative parts. Vertu’s limit of liability under the Limited
Warranty shall be the price paid by the Owner for the Product less a
reasonable amount for usage. These remedies are the Owner’s
exclusive remedies for breach of this Limited Warranty.
3. Upon request from Vertu, the Owner must prove the date of the
original purchase or delivery of the Product by producing a legible
and non-modified original certificate of authenticity which clearly
indicates the name and address of an authorised retailer, the date
and place of purchase/delivery, the product type and the IMEI or
serial number of the Product, a bill of sale or a dated receipt which
contains the same information.
4. Vertu shall bear the cost of shipping the Product to the location from
which the Owner handed over the Product to Vertu (or its
representatives) after the completion of service under this Limited
Warranty.
5. The Owner shall have no coverage or benefits under this Limited
Warranty if any of the following conditions are applicable:
a) The Product has been subject to abnormal use, abnormal conditions, improper
storage, exposure to moisture or dampness, spillage of food or liquid, exposure
to chemical agents, unauthorised modifications, unauthorised connections,
unauthorised repair, rough handling, misuse, neglect, abuse, accident, alteration,
improper installation, or other acts which are not the fault of Vertu, including
without limitation damage caused by shipping, dropping the Product,
deterioration of consumable parts (whose limited warranty is set forth below),
such as batteries which by their nature have a limited lifecycle, and breakage or
damage to antennas.
b) The Product has been damaged from external causes such as collision with an
object, or from fire, flooding, sand, dirt, windstorm, lightning, earthquake or
damage from exposure to thermal, environmental or weather conditions, an Act
of God, or battery leakage, theft, blown fuse, or improper use of any electrical
source, damage caused by computer or internet viruses, bugs, worms, Trojan
Horses, cancel bots or damage caused by the connection to other products not
recommended for interconnection by Vertu.
c) Vertu was not advised by the Owner in writing of the alleged defect or
malfunction of the Product within thirty (30) days after the expiration of the
applicable warranty period.
d) The Product was not returned to Vertu or its authorised retailer within thirty (30)
days after the appearance of the defect within the warranty period.
e) The Product serial number plate or the accessory data code has been removed,
defaced, altered or is illegible.
f) The defect or damage was caused by the defective function of the cellular
network system or by inadequate signal reception by the external antenna.
g) The defect was caused by the Product being used with or connected to an
accessory not manufactured and supplied by Vertu or used other than for its
intended use.
h) The battery was short-circuited or the seals of the battery enclosure or cells are
broken or show evidence of tampering or the battery was used in equipment
other than that for which it has been specified.
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and effect except for any such invalid or unenforceable provision or
part thereof.
i) The Product software needs to be updated due to changes in cellular network
parameters.
j) The defect or damage was as a result of general wear and tear incurred in
normal usage of the Product.
13. Vertu neither assumes nor authorises any authorised service centre
or any other person or entity to assume for it any other obligation or
liability beyond that which is expressly provided for in this Limited
Warranty, including the provider or seller of any extended warranty or
service agreement. Any change or amendment to this Limited
Warranty requires Vertu’s prior written consent.
6. If a problem develops during the period of the Limited Warranty, the
following procedure will apply:
a) The Owner shall return the Product to the place of purchase for repair or
replacement processing or if this is not convenient because of distance (more
than 50 miles/80 km) or for other good cause, the Owner may contact Vertu
Concierge.
b) The Owner shall bear the costs of transporting the Product to the relevant Vertu
service location, with transport and insurance charges prepaid.
c) Subject to Clause 6(e), the Owner will be billed for any parts or labour charges
not covered by this Limited Warranty.
d) Vertu will repair or authorise the repair of the Product under the Limited Warranty
within 30 days after receipt of the Product by Vertu or a Vertu authorised service
centre, or within an extended period as may be notified by Vertu to Owner due to
the nature of the repair (“Timeframe”). If Vertu cannot repair within the
Timeframe, or after a reasonable number of attempts to repair the same defect,
Vertu at its sole option, will provide a replacement Product or refund the
purchase price of the Product less a reasonable amount for usage.
e) If the Product is returned to Vertu during the period of the Limited Warranty, but
the problem with the Product is not covered under the terms and conditions of
this Limited Warranty, the Owner will be notified and given an estimate of the
charges the Owner must pay to have the Product repaired, with all shipping
charges billed to the Owner. If the estimate is refused, the Product will be
returned freight collect. If the Product is returned to Vertu after the expiration of
the warranty period, Vertu’s normal service policies shall apply and the Owner
will be responsible for all shipping charges.
14. This Limited Warranty represents the whole agreement between the
parties relating to the subject matter hereof.
15. This Limited Warranty allocates the risk of failure of the Product
between the Owner and Vertu. The allocation is recognised by the
Owner and is reflected in the purchase price of the Product.
16. Any action or lawsuit for breach of warranty must be commenced
within thirty (30) months following delivery of the Product.
17. All warranty information, product features and specifications are
subject to change without notice.
18. Questions concerning this Limited Warranty may be directed to
Vertu at the following addresses.
7. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE
WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS STATED IN THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER CONDITIONS,
WARRANTIES OR OTHER TERMS CONCERNING THE SUPPLY
OR PURPORTED SUPPLY OF, OR FAILURE TO SUPPLY OR
DELAY IN SUPPLYING THE PRODUCT WHICH MIGHT, BUT
FOR THE AFFECT OF THIS CLAUSE 7, HAVE EFFECT
BETWEEN VERTU AND THE CLIENT OR WOULD OTHERWISE
BE IMPLIED OR INCORPORATED INTO THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY OR ANY COLLATERAL CONTRACT, WHETHER
BY STATUTE, COMMON LAW OR OTHERWISE, ALL OF
WHICH ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED (INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED CONDITIONS, WARRANTIES OR
OTHER TERMS AS TO SATISFACTORY QUALITY OR FITNESS
FOR PURPOSE).
If contacting us from Europe, Middle East and Africa:
Vertu
Beacon Hill Road
Church Crookham
Hampshire
GU52 8DY
United Kingdom
If calling us from the Americas:
+1 914 368 0432
If contacting us from Asia Pacific:
Vertu
391B Orchard Road
#24-02/05, Ngee Ann City, Tower B
Singapore 238874
8. VERTU SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE,
WHETHER SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY OF
THE FOLLOWING LOSSES OR DAMAGE (WHETHER SUCH
LOSSES OR DAMAGE WERE FORESEEN, FORESEEABLE,
KNOWN OR OTHERWISE):
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
Vertu operates a policy of continuous development. Vertu reserves
the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products
described in this document without prior notice.
Ver t u one -ye ar l im i ted in tern ati o na l wa rr anty for
accessories
LOSS OF ACTUAL OR ANTICIPATED BENEFITS OR PROFITS.
LOSS OF ACTUAL OR ANTICIPATED SAVINGS.
PUNITIVE, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
THIRD PARTY CLAIMS.
LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT OR ANY ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT
OR FACILITIES.
DOWNTIME OR LOSS OF BUSINESS.
LOSS OF OPPORTUNITY.
LOSS OF GOODWILL.
LOSS OF REPUTATION.
LOSS OF OR DAMAGE TO OR CORRUPTION OF DATA.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL NEITHER EXCLUDE NOR LIMIT (I) ANY
MANDATORY STATUTORY RIGHTS OF THE OWNER OR (II) ANY OF THE
OWNER’S RIGHTS AGAINST THE SELLER/DEALER OF THE PRODUCT.
Vertu (“Vertu”) warrants that this accessory product (“Product”) is free from
defects in material and workmanship, according to the following terms and
conditions:
1. The Limited Warranty for the Product extends for ONE (1) year
beginning on the date of original purchase or delivery of the Product
whichever is the later. In case of a change of owner/user (“Owner”),
such warranty period shall continue for the remaining part of the one
(1) year period.
2. During the period of the Limited Warranty, Vertu will repair, modify or
replace, at Vertu’s sole option, any defective parts, or any parts that
will not properly operate for their intended use with new or
refurbished replacement items if such repair or replacement is
needed because of product malfunction or failure during normal
usage. No charge will be made to the Owner for the repair or
replacement of any such parts. Vertu will also pay for the labour
charges incurred by Vertu in repairing or replacing the defective
parts. The repaired Product will be warranted for the balance of the
original warranty period. This Limited Warranty does not cover
damage to or defects in (other than manufacturing defects)
9. Vertu does not warrant uninterrupted or error free internet or data
connections.
10. Vertu shall not be liable for any delay in rendering service under the
Limited Warranty, or loss of use during the period that the Product is
being repaired.
11. Vertu’s total liability in contract, tort (including negligence or breach
of statutory duty), misrepresentation or otherwise, arising in
connection with the sale of the Product shall be the price paid by the
Owner for the Product less a reasonable amount for usage.
12. The invalidity or unenforceability of any term or any part of any term of,
or any right arising pursuant to, this Limited Warranty shall not affect
the validity or enforceability of any other terms or rights or the
remainder of any such term or right, which shall continue in full force
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appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items and any nonoperative parts. Vertu’s limit of liability under the Limited Warranty
shall be the price paid by the Owner for the Product when the Owner
purchased the Product as a stand alone product or, in the event that
the Owner received the Product when purchasing a Vertu cellular
phone, the then current sale price for the Product, in both cases less
a reasonable amount for usage. These remedies are the Owner’s
exclusive remedies for breach of this Limited Warranty.
8. VERTU SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE,
WHETHER SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY OF
THE FOLLOWING LOSSES OR DAMAGE (WHETHER SUCH
LOSSES OR DAMAGE WERE FORESEEN, FORESEEABLE,
KNOWN OR OTHERWISE):
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
3. Upon request from Vertu, the Owner must prove the date of the
original purchase or delivery of the Product by producing a legible
and non-modified original warranty card which clearly indicates the
name and address of an authorised retailer, the date and place of
purchase/delivery, the product type and the IMEI or serial number of
the Product, a bill of sale or a dated receipt which contains the same
information.
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
LOSS OF ACTUAL OR ANTICIPATED BENEFITS OR PROFITS
LOSS OF ACTUAL OR ANTICIPATED SAVINGS
PUNITIVE, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
THIRD PARTY CLAIMS
LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT OR ANY ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT
OR FACILITIES
DOWNTIME OR LOSS OF BUSINESS
LOSS OF OPPORTUNITY
LOSS OF GOODWILL
LOSS OF REPUTATION
LOSS OF OR DAMAGE TO OR CORRUPTION OF DATA.
9. Vertu shall not be liable for any delay in rendering service under the
Limited Warranty, or loss of use during the period that the Product is
being repaired.
4. Vertu shall bear the cost of shipping the Product to the location from
which the Owner handed over the Product to Vertu (or its
representatives) after the completion of service under this Limited
Warranty.
10. Vertu's total liability in contract, tort (including negligence or breach
of statutory duty), misrepresentation or otherwise, arising in
connection with the sale of the Product shall be the price paid by the
Owner for the Product less a reasonable amount for usage.
5. The Owner shall have no coverage or benefits under this Limited
Warranty if any of the following conditions are applicable:
11. The invalidity or unenforceability of any term or any part of any term of,
or any right arising pursuant to, this Limited Warranty shall not affect
the validity or enforceability of any other terms or rights or the
remainder of any such term or right, which shall continue in full force
and effect except for any such invalid or unenforceable provision or
part thereof.
a) The Product has been subject to abnormal use, abnormal conditions, improper
storage, spillage of liquid, misuse, neglect, exposure to cleaning agents not
recommended, or other acts which are not the fault of Vertu, unauthorised repair,
accident, alteration or other acts which are not the fault of Vertu.
b) Vertu was not advised by the Owner in writing of the alleged defect or
malfunction of the Product within thirty (30) days after the expiration of the
applicable warranty period; or
c) The Product was not returned to Vertu or its authorised retailer within thirty (30)
days after the appearance of the defect within the warranty period.
d) The defect or damage was as a result of general wear and tear incurred in
normal usage of the Product.
e) The Product is used with a product different to the one with which the Product
was supplied with by Vertu, or the Product is used with any product whose use
with the Product has not been expressly authorised by Vertu.
12. Vertu neither assumes nor authorises any authorised service centre
or any other person or entity to assume for it any other obligation or
liability beyond that which is expressly provided for in this Limited
Warranty including the provider or seller of any extended warranty or
service agreement. Any change or amendment to this Limited
Warranty requires Vertu's prior written consent.
6. If a problem develops during the period of the Limited Warranty, the
following procedure will apply:
a) The Owner shall return the Product to the place of purchase for repair or
replacement processing or if this is not convenient because of distance (more
than 50 miles/80 km) or for other good cause, the Owner may contact Vertu
Concierge.
b) The Owner shall bear the costs of transporting the Product to the relevant Vertu
service location, with transport and insurance charges prepaid.
c) Subject to clause 6(e), the Owner will be billed for any parts or labour charges
not covered by this Limited Warranty.
d) Vertu will repair or authorise the repair of the Product under the Limited Warranty
within 30 days of receipt of the Product by Vertu or a Vertu authorised service
centre, or within an extended period as may be notified by Vertu to Owner due to
the nature of the repair ("Timeframe"). If Vertu cannot repair within the
Timeframe, or after a reasonable number of attempts to repair the same defect,
Vertu at its sole option, will provide a replacement Product or refund the
purchase price of the Product less a reasonable amount for usage.
e) If the Product is returned to the Vertu during the period of the Limited Warranty,
but the problem with the Product is not covered under the terms and conditions
of this Limited Warranty, the Owner will be notified and given an estimate of the
charges the Owner must pay to have the Product repaired, with all shipping
charges billed to the Owner. If the estimate is refused, the Product will be
returned freight collect. If the Product is returned to Vertu after the expiration of
the warranty period, Vertu's normal service policies shall apply and the Owner
will be responsible for all shipping charges.
13. This Limited Warranty represents the whole agreement between the
parties relating to the subject matter hereof.
14. This Limited Warranty allocates the risk of failure of the Product
between the Owner and Vertu. The allocation is recognised by the
Owner and is reflected in the purchase price of the Product.
15. Any action or lawsuit for breach of warranty must be commenced
within eighteen (18) months following delivery of the Product.
16. All warranty information, product features and specifications are
subject to change without notice.
17. Questions concerning this Limited Warranty may be directed to
Vertu at the following addresses.
If contacting us from Europe, Middle East and Africa:
Vertu
Beacon Hill Road
Church Crookham
Hampshire
GU52 8DY
United Kingdom
7. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, THE
WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS STATED IN THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER CONDITIONS,
WARRANTIES OR OTHER TERMS CONCERNING THE SUPPLY
OR PURPORTED SUPPLY OF, OR FAILURE TO SUPPLY OR
DELAY IN SUPPLYING THE PRODUCT WHICH MIGHT, BUT
FOR THE AFFECT OF THIS CLAUSE 7, HAVE EFFECT
BETWEEN VERTU AND THE OWNER OR WOULD
OTHERWISE BE IMPLIED OR INCORPORATED INTO THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY OR ANY COLLATERAL CONTRACT,
WHETHER BY STATUTE, COMMON LAW OR OTHERWISE,
ALL OF WHICH ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED (INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED CONDITIONS,
WARRANTIES OR OTHER TERMS AS TO SATISFACTORY
QUALITY OR FITNESS FOR PURPOSE).
If calling us from the Americas:
+1 914 368 0432
If contacting us from Asia Pacific:
Vertu
391B Orchard Road
#24-02/05, Ngee Ann City, Tower B
Singapore 238874
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Vertu operates a policy of continuous development. Vertu reserves
the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products
described in this document without prior notice.
Under no circumstances shall Vertu be responsible for any loss of data or
income or any special, incidental, consequential or indirect damages
howsoever caused.
SAR Notice – RM-267V
The contents of this document are provided “as is”. Except as required by
applicable law, no warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied,
including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose, are made in relation to the accuracy, reliability
or contents of this document. Vertu reserves the right to revise this document
or withdraw it at any time without prior notice. The availability of particular
products may vary by region. Please check with Vertu Concierge.
YOUR VERTU PHONE (Model: Ascent Ti, Type: RM-267V, FCC ID:
P7QRM-267V) MEETS GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES.
Vertu and the V logo are registered trademarks or trademarks. Other product
and company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or registered
trademarks of their respective owners.
Your Vertu phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to
exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international
guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the independent scientific
organization ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure the
protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.
Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic or security protocol software from RSA
Security.
Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
The exposure guidelines for mobile devices employ a unit of measurement
known as the Specific Absorption Rate or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the
ICNIRP guidelines is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over ten grams of
tissue. Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions with
the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested
frequency bands. The actual SAR level of an operating phone can be below
the maximum value because the phone is designed to use only the power
required to reach the network. That amount changes depending on a number
of factors such as how close you are to a network base station. The highest
SAR value under the ICNIRP guidelines for use of the phone at the ear is
0.57 W/kg.
Export controls
Your Vertu phone may contain commodities, technology, or software
exported from the United States in accordance with the Export
Administration regulations. Diversion contrary to U.S. law is prohibited.
FCC/Industry Canada notice
Your Vertu phone may cause TV or radio interference (for example, when
using a telephone in close proximity to receiving equipment). The FCC or
Industry Canada can require you to stop using your phone if such
interference cannot be eliminated. If you require assistance, contact Vertu
Concierge. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This phone meets RF exposure guidelines when used either in the normal
use position against the ear or when positioned at least 2.2 cm (7/8 inch)
away from the body. When a carry case, belt clip or holster is used for bodyworn operation, it should not contain metal and should position the phone the
above-stated distance.
In order to transmit data files or messages, this phone model requires a good
quality connection to the network. In some cases, transmission of data files or
messages may be delayed until such a connection is available. Ensure the
above separation distance instructions are followed until the transmission is
completed.
Note: Vertu is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void
your authority to operate the equipment.
Use of phone accessories and enhancements may result in different SAR
values. SAR values may vary depending on national reporting and testing
requirements and the network band. Additional SAR information may be
provided under product information at www.vertu.com.
EU recycling notice
Your phone is also designed to meet the requirements for exposure to radio
waves established by the Federal Communications Commission (USA) and
Industry Canada. These requirements set a SAR limit of 1.6 W/kg averaged
over one gram of tissue. The highest SAR value reported under this standard
during product certification for use at the ear is 0.54 W/kg and when
properly worn on the body is 0.86 W/kg.
This compliance is indicated by the addition of the following symbol to
Vertu’s products where appropriate.
Vertu will comply with European Community requirements for the recycling of
Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
Declaration of conformity
The symbol indicates that the product was put onto the market after the
WEEE legislation was implemented and that the consumer should not
dispose of the item in normal household waste, but that it should be
appropriately recycled.
We, Vertu declare under our sole responsibility that the product, Model:
Ascent Ti, Type: RM-267V is in conformity with the provision of the following
Council Directive: 1999/5/EC.
A copy of the Declaration of Conformity can be found at
http://www.vertu.com
Should you wish Vertu to recycle your product at the end of its life, please
either return it to the point from which you purchased your product (if known)
or return it to Vertu’s headquarters.
Alternatively, should you purchase a replacement product from another
supplier, the new supplier is obligated to take back the product that is being
replaced and recycle it appropriately.
Notices
Background information on the European WEEE directive is available from
www.europa.eu.int/
Copyright © Vertu 2007. All rights reserved.
Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of part or all of the contents in
this document in any form without the prior written permission of Vertu is
prohibited. Vertu operates a policy of continuous development. Vertu
reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products
described in this document without prior notice.
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Vertu Concierge
Terms & Conditions
12. Cancellation of Membership
Vertu reserves the absolute right to cancel or suspend your membership (at its sole
discretion) for any reason whatsoever. If Vertu cancels your membership it shall refund
the balance of the annual subscription fee, if any, on a time apportionment basis in
respect of the unexplored period to which the annual subscription fee applies.
1. Vertu Concierge
13. Changes to Terms and Conditions
As a registered member of Vertu Concierge (“VC”) provided by Vertu and its associated
companies (“Vertu”), you (“you”) agree to abide by these Terms and Conditions (the
“Terms and Conditions”), and when ordering anything through VC from a supplier of
products and services (a “Supplier”) you agree that the Terms and Conditions shall
apply to your order.
Vertu may vary these Terms and Conditions from time to time. Vertu will notify you of any
changes in a timely manner. Notification will be by some or all of the following media:
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newsletter;
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mail;
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e-mail or other personal delivery service.
2. Membership Information
You are obliged to provide correct details when you register for membership of VC and
your failure to do so may invalidate your membership and any subsequent transaction.
Your responsibility to provide accurate information is a continuing obligation and you
must notify Vertu in the event that any information provided by you in the course of
registration changes.
14. Payment Details
3. Subscription
If we do not have your credit/debit or charge card details we may not be able to provide
or procure those benefits, goods or services that require payment.
Initial and ongoing subscription fees, if applicable, are due at the time of initial
subscription and annually thereafter (the “Renewal Date”) unless you notify Vertu of
your intention not to renew. Payment must be made annually in advance and may be
made using any major credit/debit and charge cards. Any subscription fee is non
refundable, however, Vertu may at its sole discretion elect to refund any subscription fee
in whole or in part depending on the circumstances relating to the cancellation of any
subscription. You authorize Vertu to deduct renewal subscription fees from your credit
card up to 28 days prior to your Renewal Date. If Vertu does not hold your payment
details you will be contacted directly to renew your subscription. Subscription fee rates
will be notified to you from time to time and the subscription fee payable will be the
subscription fee in force at the time of the Renewal Date.
You may only make transactions using VC during your period of membership. When
ordering a product or service you will be required to provide your credit/debit or charge
card details. You undertake that all details you provide to us for the purpose of booking,
ordering or purchasing goods or services are correct, that the credit/debit or charge
card you are using is your own and that there are sufficient funds to cover the cost of the
product or the service.
15. Supply of Details
You agree that you will only use your VC membership for the purposes for which it is
issued.
Vertu may pass on your credit/debit or charge card and any other essential booking
details to its agents, employees, subcontractors and Suppliers, and you consent to us
passing on such details to deal with your orders. You must inform Vertu as soon as
possible of any changes to the details supplied by you.
4. VC Services
16. Payments Due
As a member of VC, you are entitled to all of the products and services as advised by us
from time to time as approved by the relevant product/service Supplier.
The purchase price of all products and services obtained through VC is due for payment
on acceptance of your order by Vertu and/or a Supplier, as applicable.
5. Services Subject to Change
17. Delivery
As a member, note that:
By placing your order for a product or service through VC you agree that the time taken
for delivery or performance shall be as stipulated when the purchase is made. We want
you to get your order as soon as possible. If delivery or performance will take longer than
the time set out (or the product or services are unavailable), the Supplier (or Vertu acting
for the Supplier) will notify you of this at the earliest opportunity and you will have the
unequivocal right to withdraw your order and receive a full refund.
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Services are subject to availability and may change from time
to time;
Suppliers may change from time to time;
18. Limited Warranty
Suppliers may impose their own terms and conditions and
you are required to comply with these at all times.
Vertu warrants to you that Vertu shall use its reasonable endeavours to provide the VC
services with reasonable care and skill and, as far as reasonably possible, in
accordance with your request and instructions from time to time. Where Vertu supplies
you with any goods or services supplied by a third party, then Vertu is acting as your
agent in sourcing the goods or services. Vertu will use reasonable care in selecting the
Supplier and ensuring the order is placed in accordance with your wishes. For the
avoidance of doubt, Vertu does not and will not provide any representations or
recommendations in relation to any of the information and suggestions comprised
within the VC services. You are deemed to be responsible for, and shall use your own
skill and judgement as to, the quality, value and suitability of such information and
suggestions in relation to deciding whether to enter into any contract with any third
party for the supply of services or sale of goods.
6. Payment for Services
Please note that some Suppliers may charge you a deposit, entry fee or other sum for
the services they provide. You will be solely liable for payment of any such sums. At your
request Vertu will authorise Suppliers to debit your nominated credit/debit or charge
card in order for you to take advantage of their services.
7. Availability of Services
19. Vertu as Agent
Vertu aims to ensure that the services remain available at all times and will use
reasonable endeavours to ensure that you receive the most from your membership. If
any of the services become unavailable, we will do all we can to ensure that prior
commitments are honoured to the fullest extent possible, but shall not be responsible
for any actions of Suppliers outside Vertu’s reasonable control. From time to time the
procurement or provision of certain services may incur a VC handling charge of which
you will be notified - in these cases you hereby authorise Vertu to debit your nominated
credit/debit or charge card with any such handling charges. Unless otherwise agreed
by the Supplier, you shall not be entitled to cancel any services requested where, on
your instructions, performance has already begun.
Your contract for the purchase of products or services is made with the relevant
Supplier only. Vertu acts as an agent for the Supplier and, unless expressly provided
otherwise, all your rights and remedies are against the Supplier.
20. Disclaimers
Vertu will not be responsible for products and services offered by Vertu as agents for
the Suppliers or for any aspect of the relationship between you and any particular
Supplier. Vertu will however do everything it reasonably can to assist you in any dealings
you have with the Supplier.
8. Right of Withdrawal
Vertu reserves the right to withdraw any service that may be offered and/or to refuse to
supply any service requested.
You agree that any contract entered into by you with any of the Suppliers is an
independent contract. Vertu hereby disclaims any and all liability for any act or omission
of any Supplier or any loss incurred by you as a result of any act or omission of a
Supplier whether or not arranged through VC.
9. Requests
21. Limitation of Liability
If Vertu is unable to deal with any request, it will inform you as soon as reasonably
practicable.
Vertu accepts no liability for any losses or claims arising from any inability to contact VC
or any failure to complete a transaction.
10. Dealing with VC Suppliers
Save in respect of death and personal injury caused by the negligence of Vertu or as
expressly provided for in these Terms and Conditions, Vertu shall not be liable for any
loss, cost, expense or damage of any nature whatever (whether direct or indirect)
resulting from the provision of the Services or your reliance upon the information and
suggestions provided by Vertu hereunder and the resulting supply of goods and
services to you by any third party.
Suppliers are responsible for providing you with the goods and services you select.
Vertu will assist you in any way it can in all of your dealings with Suppliers.
11. Personal Membership
VC membership is personal to the registered Vertu phone user. You are responsible for
ensuring that no one (other than your personal assistant, where applicable) uses your
membership to access membership services and benefits.
Vertu shall have no liability to you for any loss, damage, costs, expenses or other claims
for compensation arising from requests or instructions supplied by you which are
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incomplete, incorrect or inaccurate or arising from their late arrival or non-arrival, or any
other fault of you.
extent permitted by applicable law, and the validity, legality and enforceability of the
remaining provisions shall not in any way be affected or impaired thereby.
Vertu shall not be liable to you or be deemed to be in breach of these Terms and
Conditions by reason of any delay in performing, or any failure to perform, any of Vertu ’s
obligations in relation to the VC services, if the delay or failure was due to any cause
beyond Vertu’s reasonable control.
No Waiver - Vertu’s failure to insist on performance of any term or condition contained in
these Terms and Conditions, or failure to exercise any of Vertu’s rights hereunder, shall
not constitute a waiver of any of Vertu’s rights or remedies under these Terms and
Conditions.
Except in respect of death and personal injury caused by the negligence of Vertu and
subject to the provisions of these Terms and Conditions, Vertu’s maximum liability to
you for breach of any of its obligations hereunder shall be limited to the value of the
annual subscription fee, if any, and the relevant charge for the VC services to be
provided.
Entire Agreement - These Terms and Conditions constitute Vertu’s and your complete
and final statement of the parties’ agreements and understandings relating to the
subject matter of these Terms and Conditions, and supersedes any related prior
agreements, understandings and discussions, oral or written.
Notices - Each party (i.e. you or Vertu) may send notices or communications to the other
by personal delivery, e-mail, regular mail or fax. Notices or communications must be sent
to the latest contact details specified by the receiving party. Notices and
communications will be considered received by the addressee (as applicable): (1) If by
courier or other mode of personal delivery, on the date of personal delivery to such
addressee’s address as last specified by that addressee before dispatch; or (2) if by
posting, 5 working days after the date of registered posting (by airmail, delivery receipt
requested) to the addressee’s address last specified by the addressee before posting;
or (3) if by facsimile, contemporaneously with facsimile transmission to the facsimile
number last specified by the addressee before transmission, with delivery being
evidenced by an appropriate successful transmission contact report. E-mail
communications shall be considered received by the addressee on the earlier of (1) the
earliest time at which the e-mail is accessible by the addressee; (2) receipt by the
sender of a delivery receipt message indicating successful delivery to the intended
addressee’s e-mail address, or (3) the expiry of 48 hours from the sending of the e-mail;
provided that if at any point the sender receives notification that the e-mail has not been
successfully transmitted to an addressee then the e-mail shall not be deemed to have
been received by that addressee. Order cancellations by you via e-mail shall only be
effective upon express acceptance thereof by Vertu.
The limitations of liabilities set out herein apply only to the maximum extent permitted by
law.
22. Governing Law and Arbitration of Disputes
Any and all claims, except claims for monies due to Vertu, arising out of or relating to the
use of VC must be commenced within one (1) year after the date either you or Vertu
knew or should have known of the facts giving rise to such claim, after which such
actions shall be barred. If acceptance of your membership request or a particular
service request takes place within Europe, Middle East or Africa, the governing law shall
be English law. All disputes arising out of or in connection with these Terms and
Conditions shall be finally settled under the Rules of Arbitration of the International
Chamber of Commerce by one arbitrator appointed in accordance with the said Rules.
The arbitration proceedings shall be conducted in London, England in the English
language. The arbitration decision shall be final and binding. Provided that the parties
shall have the right to take proceedings in any other jurisdiction for the purposes of
enforcing a judgment or order obtained from the courts of England and Wales.
If acceptance of your membership request or a particular service request takes place
within Asia Pacific, the governing law of these Terms and Conditions shall be Singapore
law. All disputes arising from or connected to these Terms and Conditions shall be
settled finally and exclusively in Singapore under the Rules of the Singapore
International Arbitration Centre (SIAC Rules). The arbitration shall be conducted in
English in Singapore. The award shall be final and binding on both parties. Provided that
the parties shall have the right to take proceedings in any other jurisdiction for the
purposes of enforcing the arbitral award.
Telephone - Vertu may at its option accept orders and acknowledge, accept or effect
other communications by telephone. Telephone communications by Vertu shall be as
effective as written communications.
If acceptance of your membership request or a particular service request takes place
within the Americas region, all disputes and matters relating to arbitration shall be
governed by the Federal Arbitration Act (9 U.S.C. §§1 et. seq.). Except to the extent
governed by applicable U.S. federal law, any transactions with VC and its Suppliers
shall be governed by the laws of the State of Texas, excluding its conflict of law rules.
Any and all claims, except claims for monies due to Vertu, arising out of or relating to
your membership and use of VC shall be barred unless an action or legal proceeding is
commenced within eighteen (18) months after the date you or Vertu knew or should
have known of the facts giving rise to such claim. Any dispute relating in any way to your
membership and use of VC and any orders placed through VC, shall be submitted
(together with any counterclaims and disputes under or in connection with other
transactions and/or agreements between you and Vertu) to final and binding,
confidential arbitration to the Dallas, Texas office of the American Arbitration
Association (the “AAA”), with such arbitration to be held in Dallas County, Texas, except
that, to the extent you have in any manner violated or threatened to violate any Vertu or
Vertu affiliates’ or licensors’ intellectual property rights, Vertu may seek injunctive or
other appropriate relief in any state or federal court in the state of Texas or, at Vertu’s
option, any other appropriate state or country, and you consent to exclusive jurisdiction
and venue of such court. Arbitration under these Terms and Conditions shall be
conducted under the then prevailing Wireless Industry Arbitration Rules of the AAA
(except as such rules may be modified by the terms of these Terms and Conditions),
unless otherwise agreed in writing by the parties and shall be heard by a single
arbitrator. Subject to any terms contained in these Terms and Conditions limiting or
excluding damages, the arbitrator may award any relief that the arbitrator deems proper,
including without limitation equitable relief, provided that no award of exemplary,
special, consequential or punitive damages shall be permitted. The prevailing party, as
determined by the arbitrator, shall pay the AAA arbitration fees and the arbitrator’s fees
and expenses, as applicable. The arbitrator’s award shall be binding and may be
entered as a judgment and enforceable in any court of competent jurisdiction. To the
fullest extent permitted by applicable law, the arbitration shall be conducted on an
individual, not a class-wide basis, and no arbitration under these Terms and Conditions
shall be consolidated with or joined to an arbitration involving any other person or entity,
whether through class arbitration proceedings or otherwise, without the prior written
consent of you and Vertu.
23. Force Majeure
Vertu shall not be liable for loss or damage caused by any delay or failure to perform its
obligations under these Terms and Conditions caused by failure of any machine, system
of authorization, data processing or communications system, transmission link, strikes,
lockouts, riots, war, fire, acts of God, accidents, material or transportation shortages,
governmental restrictions or injunctions, or denial of import or export licenses, or
compliance with any law, regulation or order, or due to any other circumstances or
causes that have the effect of frustrating performance of these Terms and Conditions,
or any other cause beyond the control of Vertu.
24. General Provisions
Headings - The headings of each of these Terms and Conditions are for convenience of
reference only and shall not form part of these Terms and Conditions. Such headings
shall be ignored in the interpretation or construction of any of these Terms and
Conditions.
Severability - If any provision or provisions of these Terms and Conditions shall be held
to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, such provision shall be enforced to the fullest
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PIN2 code
The PIN2 code is used to protect the advanced user functions of
your SIM card for example fixed dialling lists. Your PIN2 code must
not be the same as your PIN code.
To change your PIN2 code:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » S ec u ri t y »
Access codes » Change PI N2 code.
2. When prompted, enter your current PIN2 code and then press O K .
3. When prompted, enter your new PIN2 code and then press O K .
4. Enter your new PIN2 code again to verify and then press O K . A
confirmation message is displayed.
Your Vertu phone has a number of security features that help to
prevent:
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The PIN2 protected features of your SIM card will become blocked
if you incorrectly enter your PIN2 code a number of times, normally
after three consecutive attempts. You will need to contact your
service provider to obtain a PIN2 Unblock (PUK2) code to unblock
your PIN2 and restore your SIM card’s full functionality.
Unauthorised use of your Vertu phone when your SIM card is
inserted
Unauthorised use of your Vertu phone if a different SIM card
is inserted
Security code
Unauthorised use of your SIM card in another phone.
The security code helps protect your Vertu phone from
unauthorised use. The first time you access this feature you will
need to choose a code (between 5 - 10 digits long). You will need
to key in this security code before you can do the following:
PIN code
The (4 to 8 digit) PIN (Personal Identification Number) code helps
protect your SIM card against unauthorised use. When the PIN
code function is active, you need to key in the PIN code each time
you switch on your Vertu phone. If you used your SIM card in
another phone previously, the code will be the same.
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The default setting for the PIN code function is defined by your
service provider. Some service providers do not allow you to disable
the PIN code request.
The SIM card becomes blocked if you key in an incorrect PIN
code three times in succession. You will need to contact your
service provider for the PUK (PIN Unblocking) code.
Switch on the phone when a new SIM card is inserted (if you
have set up security)
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Erase all entries in your contacts list
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Restore the default settings
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Change the security level.
If you key in an incorrect security code five times in
succession, your Vertu phone will not accept the correct
security code for the next five minutes. Within that five
minutes, your Vertu phone will show an error when you
attempt to key in the security code, even if it is correct.
Key in the PUK code if you have blocked your SIM card.
PUK codes cannot be changed. If you key in an incorrect
PUK code 10 times in succession your SIM card becomes
permanently blocked.
To change the security code:
To turn the PIN code on and off:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » S e c u r i t y »
A c c e s s c o d e s » C h a n g e s e c u r it y c o d e .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » S e c u r i t y »
P I N c o d e re q u e st .
2. Press S ele c t to change the setting.
2. When prompted, enter your current security code and then press
OK.
3. Key in your PIN code and then press O K .
3. When prompted, enter your new security code and then press O K .
4. Scroll to O n to enable the PIN code request or O f f to disable it and
then press S e l e c t . A confirmation message is displayed.
4. Enter your new security code again to verify and then press O K . A
confirmation message is displayed.
To change your PIN code:
Make a careful note of your new security code, ensure you keep it
secret and in a safe place.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » S e c u r i t y »
Access codes » Change PI N code.
Security level
2. When prompted, enter your current PIN code and then press O K .
The security level function allows you to specify when you are
required to key in the security code. The security code helps protect
your Vertu phone against unauthorised use.
3. When prompted, enter your new PIN code and then press O K .
4. Enter your new PIN code again to verify and then press O K . A
confirmation message is displayed.
To change the security level:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » S e c u r i t y »
Security level.
2. When prompted, enter your security code and then press O K .
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Barring password
3. Scroll to one of the following three options and then press S e l e c t :
Press N o n e to disable the security code and allow any SIM to be
used in the phone
The call barring password is used to limit access to the call barring
service. To obtain the barring password, contact your service
provider.
Press M em o r y to allow any SIM to be used in the phone but you
need to enter the security code when you try to access your Vertu
phone’s directory after a different SIM card has been inserted
To change your barring password:
Press P h o n e to require that the security code is entered when you
switch on the phone after another SIM card has been inserted
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » S e c u r i t y »
A c c e s s c o d e s » C h a n g e b a r r in g p a s s .
If you change the security level, the numbers in your recent calls list
are erased.
2. When prompted, enter your current barring password and then
press O K .
Security module
3. When prompted, enter your new barring password and then press
OK.
When available on your SIM, the security module improves security
services for applications requiring a browser connection, and allows
you to use a digital signature. The security module may contain
certificates as well as private and public keys. The certificates are
saved in the security module by the service provider.The security
module is not supplied by Vertu.
4. Enter your new barring password again to verify and then press O K .
A confirmation message is displayed.
Fixed dialling
Fixed dialling is a network service that allows you to restrict
outgoing calls to only the numbers you specify in a fixed dialling list.
Contact your service provider for more information about using this
function.
To view or change the security module settings:
From the stand-by display, press Men u » S e t t i n g s » S ec u ri t y »
Security module sett.
When fixed dialling is enabled, it may still be possible to call the
emergency number programmed into your Vertu phone, for example
000, 08, 110, 112, 118, 119, 911, *911, 999, *999 or other official
emergency number.
Call barring
Call barring is a network service that allows you to restrict the
incoming and outgoing calls that you make and receive. Contact
your service provider for more information about using this function.
You will need to key in the PIN2 code to save and edit
numbers in the fixed dialling list or to call numbers not in the
list. The PIN2 code is supplied with some SIM cards. For
more information contact your service provider.
When outgoing calls are barred, calls may be possible to the
emergency number programmed into your Vertu phone.
To enable or disable fixed dialling:
You need to key in the barring password to set up the call barring
service. To obtain the barring password, contact your service
provider.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » S e c u r i t y »
F i x e d d i a l l in g .
2. Scroll to O n to restrict calls to the fixed dialling list, O f f to disable
fixed dialling, or N u m b e r li s t to view the numbers in your fixed
dialling list and then press S e l e c t .
To enable or disable call barring:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » S e c u r i t y »
C al l b ar ri n g s e r v ic e .
If you are using fixed dialling for the first time, it is recommended that
your select Number list to add numbers to your list before enabling
fixed dialling. You will receive two warning messages.
2. Scroll to one of the following six options and then press S el ec t :
Press O u t g o in g c a ll s to bar all outgoing calls
Press I n t e r n at i o n a l c a l ls to bar all international calls
3. When prompted, enter your PIN2 code and then press O K .
Press I n t l. e x c e p t t o h o m e to bar all international calls with the
exception of calls made to your home country (defined by your
service provider) if abroad
4. Either enter your number manually and then press O K , or press
Se arch to select a name from your contacts list and then press
Se le ct .
Press I nc o m in g c a l ls to bar all incoming calls
5. If you entered a number manually, enter a name for the number and
then press O K .
Press I n c o m i n g i f a b ro a d to bar all incoming calls when you are
abroad
6. A confirmation message is displayed and you are returned to the
fixed dialling list. Add additional numbers to your list in the same way.
Press Back when you have completed your list.
Press C a n c e l a l l b a r r i n g s to cancel all call bars. Simply enter
your barring password when prompted and then press O K .
7. Scroll to O n to enable fixed dialling.
3. Scroll to A c t i v a t e to enable the bar, C a n c e l to disable it, or
C h e ck st a t u s to view the status of the current bar and then press
Select.
When fixed dialling is on, GPRS connections are not possible
except while sending text messages over a GPRS
connection. In this case, the recipient’s phone number and
the message centre number must be included in the fixed
dialling list. You cannot access SIM memory manually (view
or copy numbers on the SIM card) while fixed dialling is
active.
4. If you are enabling or disabling a bar, you must enter your barring
password when prompted and then press O K . A confirmation
message is displayed.
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To modify your fixed dialling list:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » S e c u r i t y »
F i x e d d i a l li n g » N u m b e r l i st .
2. When prompted, enter your PIN2 code and then press O K .
3. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S ele c t :
Press Vie w n u m b e r to view the number for an entry
Press A d d to add a number to your fixed dialling list
Press E d i t to edit the selected entry
Press D e l e t e to delete the selected entry
Press D e l e t e a l l to delete entries in the list.
Closed user group
The closed user group is a network service that allows you to
specify a group of people you can call and who can call you.
Contact your service provider for more information about using this
function.
When outgoing calls are limited to closed user groups, calls may be
possible to the emergency number programmed into your Vertu
phone, for example 000, 08, 110, 112, 118, 119, 911, *911, 999,
*999 or other official emergency number.
To enable or disable a closed user group:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » S e c u r i t y »
C lo se d u se r g ro u p .
2. Scroll to O n to enable the closed user group, O f f to disable it, or
D e f au l t to specify that the people included in the group, which you
have agreed with the service provider, can call you and you can call
them and then press Se le ct .
3. If you are enabling a closed user group, enter the group number
when prompted and then press O K . A confirmation message is
displayed.
Authority certificates and user
certificates
For information about A u t h o ri t y c e r t if i c at e s and U s e r
c e r t i f ic a t e s downloaded into your Vertu phone. See “Web” on
page 55.
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Text entry
You can enter text using traditional or predictive text input. When
using traditional text input, press the N U M B E R keys repeatedly until
the desired character appears. In predictive text input you can enter
a letter with a single keypress.
When you enter text, the
icon will appear at the top of the
display if predictive text input is turned on (see “Predictive text
input” on page 24). If traditional text input is enabled the
icon will
be displayed.
One of the following icons will appear next to the text input icon to
signify which character case is enabled:
Your Vertu phone provides extensive messaging functionality to
allow you to send and receive messages of many types, where
supported by your service provider.
Indicates upper case is used in editing
Indicates mixed case is used in editing
Indicates lower case is used in editing
Because delivery of messages can fail, you should not rely
upon them for essential communications.
To scroll through the character case options, press the # key
repeatedly.
Text messages
To change between letter mode and number mode, press and hold
the # key and select the appropriate mode.
Text messages (also known as SMS) are basic messages
containing only text, of up to 160 characters. This is the most
common form of messaging, is compatible with the widest range of
phones and is available in most countries.
Traditional text input
Press a N U M B E R key, 1 to 9, repeatedly until the desired character
appears. Not all characters available under a number key are printed
on the key. The characters available depend on the selected writing
language. See “Language settings” on page 46.
Flash messages
Flash messages are text messages that are instantly displayed upon
receipt. Flash messages are not automatically saved.
If the next letter you want is located on the same key as the present
one, wait until the cursor appears, or briefly press any of the
navigation keys and enter the letter.
Multimedia messages
Multimedia messages allow pictures, videos and audio files to be
sent in addition to text in the body of the message. MMS is
supported by most modern phones however the recipient must
have a correctly configured phone to be able to receive the
message.
The most common punctuation marks and special characters are
available under the 1 key. For more characters, press * .
Predictive text input
To turn predictive text on or to revert to traditional text input:
Audio messages
1. With the cursor in the Tex t : field, press O p t i o n s .
You can use the Multimedia message service to create and send an
audio message. Multimedia messaging service must be activated
before you can use audio messages.
2. Select P re d ic t i o n o p t i o n s » Predi c ti on .
E-mail messages
1. With the cursor in the Tex t : field, press O p t i o n s .
E-mail messages can be sent to and received from other devices,
for example PCs. E-mail messages can be received by some mobile
phones, provided the recipient has a correctly configured phone.
2. Select P re d ic t i o n o p t i o n s » P re d i c t i o n t y p e .
3. Select O n for predictive text or select O f f to turn predictive text off.
To select the prediction type:
3. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S e l e c t :
N o rm a l causes your Vertu phone to predict the word you require,
based on the characters that you have entered prior to a space
WV chat
Wo rd s u g g e st i o n s causes your Vertu phone to predict the word
With Wireless Village chat messaging (WV chat) you can send
short, simple text messages to online users. You have to subscribe
to a service and register with the IM service you want to use.
you require and complete the word, based on the characters you
have entered so far.
To quickly set predictive text input to On or Off when writing
text, press and hold O p t i o n s or press and hold # and select
P re d ic t i o n o n or P re d i c t i o n o f f .
Voice messages
Voice messages are stored by your network operator. If your
network operator provides a voice message service, people calling
you may have the option to record a message for you if your Vertu
phone is turned off, or if you do not answer your phone.
Using predictive text input
Predictive text input allows you to write text quickly using the phone
N U M BE R keys and a built-in dictionary.
Start writing a word using the N U M B E R keys. Although the key has a
number of letters associated with it, press each key only once for
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one letter. The phone displays * or the letter if it separately has a
meaning as a word. The entered letters are displayed underlined.
Font size
Your Vertu phone supports different font sizes for viewing your
messages. Your font size setting affects both messages being
composed and messages received, but does not affect how the
recipient views the message.
If you selected Wo rd su g g e st i o n s as prediction type, your Vertu
phone starts to predict the word you are writing. After you enter a
few letters, and if these entered letters are not a word, the phone
tries to predict longer words. Only the entered letters are displayed
underlined.
To change the font size for your messages:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Mes s a g e s » Me ss a g e
s e t t i n g s » G e n e r a l s e t t i n g s » Fo n t si z e .
To insert a special character, press and hold * , or press O p t i o n s »
In se rt symb ol . Scroll to a character, and press U s e .
2. Scroll to either S m a l l f o n t , N o rm a l f o n t or L arg e f o n t and
then press S e l e c t .
To accept the suggested word, press the zero N U M B E R key to add
a space.
G ro u p s
If the word is not correct, press * repeatedly, or press Predi c ti on
o p t i o n s » Ma tches . When the word that you want appears, press
U se .
If you frequently send messages to a fixed group of recipients, you
can define a group to simplify the process.
If the ? character is displayed after the word, the word you intended
to write is not in the dictionary. To add the word to the dictionary,
press S p e ll . Complete the word (traditional text input is used), and
press S a v e .
When you send a message to a group the phone automatically
sends the message separately to each recipient in the list. Sending
a message using a group will incur charges for each recipient in the
list. See “Groups” on page 37.
To write a compound word, enter the first part of the word, and
scroll forward to confirm it. Write the next part of the word, and
confirm the word.
U n d e l i v e re d m e s s a g e s
If you send a message and it fails to be delivered, your Vertu phone
behaves in different ways depending on the type of message sent.
Numeric input
Some service providers do not allow international sending or
receiving of text messages. For more information contact your
service provider.
Numeric input is the standard method used whenever number entry
is required, for example, when dialling a phone number. Press the
key with the corresponding number to enter it.
Single recipient messages
When using a text input feature, for example sending a text
message, you can switch to numeric input (for entering telephone
numbers for instance) using a single key press:
If a message you have sent to a single number fails, your screen will
display M e s s a g e s e n d i n g f a i l e d . C h e ck d e t a i l s .
1. With the cursor in the Te x t : field, press and hold the # key until the
menu is displayed.
1. Press O K .
2. With Nu m b e r m o d e highlighted, press S e l e c t .
3. With the message highlighted, either press O p e n to read the
message or press O p t io n s , scroll to one of the options and then
press S e l e c t :
2. The unsent message will appear in your O u t b ox .
3. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter the numbers you require.
4. Press and hold the # key again to return to the previous text entry
R et ry se nd in g resends the message to the original recipient
mode.
D e l e t e removes the message from the Outbox
If you only need to enter a single number, press and hold that
number key and the single number will be entered into your
message.
S e n d c o p y sends the message to an alternative number
E d it enables you to modify the message or the recipient’s number
M o ve moves the message into an alternative folder
Special character input
U se d et ai l makes use of any numbers, e-mail addresses or Web
addresses from the current message when creating new messages
or contacts
Most common special characters, for example, punctuation marks,
can be inserted by pressing the 1 N U M B E R key. Other special
characters can be inserted in your text at any time using the special
characters input mode:
M es sa g e d e t a i ls displays message data for example the time
and date when sent
M ar k marks the message for future deletion
1. With the cursor in the Tex t : field, press the * key (or press and hold
if predictive text input is On) until the special character menu is
displayed.
M ar k a l l marks all messages for future deletion if the Outbox
contains more than one message.
2. Scroll to the required special character and press U se .
Group messages
Special characters take up more space than basic characters and if
there are special characters in your message, the indicator may not
show the message length correctly. Before the message is sent, the
device tells you if the message exceeds the maximum length
allowed for one message. You can cancel sending by selecting
Cancel or you can save the message in the inbox.
If a message cannot be sent to one or more of the recipients in a
group, a new group will be added to the list with the name
Unde li vered .
To view the undelivered message(s) options:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » G ro u p s »
U nd el iv ered » O p t io n s .
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2. Scroll to one of the options and then press Se lect :
R e s e n d t o li s t resends the message to the recipients on the
B y m e ss a g e enables you to navigate into folders and delete
individual messages
undelivered list
B y f o l d e r enables you to delete all messages in a selected folder
Vi ew l is t displays the list of recipients to whom the message
A ll m e s s ag e s deletes all messages currently stored on the
sending failed
phone. You will be given the opportunity to save unread messages
before deleting.
D e le t e l is t removes the undelivered list from your Vertu phone
3. Confirm the deletion when prompted. You cannot recover deleted
messages.
Vi e w m e s s ag e displays the failed message.
Message folders
Text messages
All text and Multimedia messages stored in your Vertu phone are
organised in folders. In addition to the default folders, you can
create new folders to organise your messages.
Standard text messages can be up to 160 basic characters in
length. Linked messages can be used to create larger messages.
To browse your message folders:
Linked messages
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es .
Your Vertu phone can send and receive long text messages (up to
1000 basic characters). Long text messages are automatically split
into multiple messages and sent as a series. The series of
messages is then linked by a compatible phone when received and
displayed as a single SMS message. For this feature to work
properly, the receiving phone must also support linked messages.
2. Scroll to one of the following folders and then press S e l e c t :
Inb ox - Messages are automatically stored in this folder when they
arrive and, by default, after they have been read
D r a f t s - Contains messages created by you and saved for sending
at a later date
O u t b ox - Messages that you have queued for sending but are yet to
While you write a message, the number of available characters and
the current part number of linked message (for example, 904/1) is
shown in the top right corner of the display.
be sent are saved in this folder
Sent items - Messages that you have sent are automatically
stored in this folder
While receiving linked messages, you can start reading the first part
before the phone has received the entire message. While viewing
the message, you may see * s o m e t e x t m i s si n g * on the display.
This is normal, and the message content will be updated as soon as
the missing sequence arrives
S a v e d i t e m s - Default location for messages that have been read
and saved. This is also where the Templates folder can be found (see
below)
Te mp la t es - Prewritten message templates are stored in this
folder.
Message settings
To create a new personal folder in S a v e d i t e m s :
When you write or reply to a text message, your Vertu phone uses a
sending profile that defines how the phone will handle the message
sending interaction with your service provider. For most service
providers you will not need to modify these settings as the
necessary information will be obtained from your SIM card
automatically. Depending on your SIM card, you may be able to
store more than one set of message profiles.
1. Select M enu » M es sa g es » S a v e d i t e m s » S a v e d
m e s s ag e s » O p t i o n s » A d d f o ld e r .
2. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter a name for the new folder.
3. Press O K .
Messages can be moved to this and other personal folders on
your Vertu phone (see “Reading and replying to text
messages” on page 27).
To edit the message settings:
To rename or delete a personal folder:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Mes s a g e s » Me ss a g e
s e t t i n g s » Tex t m e s s a g e s .
1. Select M enu » M es sa g es » S a v e d i t e m s .
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press S el ec t :
2. Scroll to the personal folder you want to rename or delete.
D e l iv er y re p o r t s requests that the network sends you delivery
reports for your messages. These are stored in Mes s ag es »
D e l iv er y re p o r t s
3. Press O p t io n s .
4. To rename the folder, scroll to Re name f o lder and then press
Select.
M es sa g e c en t res enables you to examine, modify and add the
details of the message centre(s), used for sending text messages.
You should obtain this number from your service provider
5. Use the N U M B E R keys to rename the folder and then press O K .
6. To delete the folder press De let e fo ld e r » Ye s to confirm the
action.
M es sa g e c en t re in u se enables you to select which message
E r a s i n g m ul t i p l e t e x t a n d m u l t i m e d i a
m e ss a g e s
E -m a il m s g . c e n t res enables you to examine, modify and add
You can erase all of the text and Multimedia messages from any of
the standard or personal folders, or from all of the folders at once.
E -m a il c en t re in u s e enables you to select which message
centre should be used by your Vertu phone to send text messages
the details of the message centre(s), used for sending e-mail
messages. You should obtain this number from your service provider
centre should be used by your Vertu phone to send e-mail messages
To delete multiple messages:
M es sa g e va l id i t y enables you to define how long the network
attempts to send your messages before it gives up
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es » D e l e t e
m e s s ag e s .
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press Se lect :
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Me ss a g es se nt vi a enables you to select the message type as
Te x t , P ag i n g or Fa x . Your service provider may have limited
message field
C l e a r f i e l d deletes the text that has been entered into the
support for different message types
In se rt cont a c t det ail selects a name from your Contacts list
U s e p a ck e t d a t a determines whether or not GPRS is the
and insert it into the message body
preferred SMS bearer (see “Packet data settings” on page 44)
In se rt numbe r enables you to enter a number into the message
C h a r a c t er s u p p o r t and then select Fu ll ensures all characters
are sent as viewed or select R e d u c e d where characters with marks
for example accents may be converted to other characters
In se rt symb ol displays all the available symbols you can use in
R e p . v i a s a m e c e n t re allows the recipient of your message to
Wr it i n g la n g u a g e selects one of the alternative languages stored
body using the N U M B E R keys
the message
send you a reply using your message centre (network service).
on your Vertu phone to compose your message
P re d i c t io n o p t io n s configures predictive text entry see
“Predictive text input” on page 24 for more information about
Predictive text
Message overwrite
When the message memory is full, your Vertu phone cannot send or
receive any new messages. To avoid this, you can set your phone to
automatically replace the oldest messages in the Sent items folder
when new ones arrive or are sent.
C h a n g e t o m u l t i m . to change text message to multimedia
message
S a v e m e s s a g e saves the message in your Saved messages
folder
To enable automatic overwrite in Sent items:
S e n d i n g o p t i o n s enables various settings when sending the
From the stand-by display, press M enu » Mes s ag e s » M e s s ag e
message:
s e t t i n g s » G e n e ra l s e t t i n g s » Save se nt messages » Ye s »
O v e rw r i t in g in S e n t » A ll o we d .
Del i v e r y rep o rt enables you to request a delivery report for
this and all other text messages
Wri t i n g a n d s e n di n g te x t m e s s a g e s
Save se nt message enables you to save a copy of the
message in the Sent items folder
A flashing
icon on the stand-by display indicates that the
message memory is full. Before you can receive or send any
more text messages you must erase some of your existing text
messages or move them to a personal folder.
M e s s a g e v a l id i t y enables you to select the length of time that
the network attempts to deliver your message
Mes s ag e se n t v i a enables you to send the message via
Tex t , P ag i n g or Fa x
The C re a t e m e s s ag e option allows you to write and send text
messages.
E x it e d ito r leaves the text entry environment (you will be asked if
you want to save any incomplete messages)
To write a new message:
6. To add a file to the text message, scroll down and choose a file type
from the icon list at the bottom of the screen. Choose from the
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es » C re a t e
m e s s ag e » M es sa g e .
following file types:
2. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter the recipient’s phone number in the
To : field.
3. Alternatively, to retrieve a phone number from Contacts select Add
followed by:
Press < Fa v o u r i t e > to define easily available message recipients
or groups when sending messages
>
Text field
>
Template
>
Sound clip
>
Gallery file
>
Calendar note
>
Business card
>
Image
Press R ec e n t l y u s e d to send a message to a recently used
number
7. Select I n s e r t to browse to the required file.
Press C a l l reg i s t e r to access contacts from the Call log
9. Once the message is complete, press Send .
8. Select I n s e r t to add the file to the message.
Press C o n t a c t s to send a message to number in your Contacts list
R e a d i n g a n d re p l y i n g t o te x t m e s s a g e s
Press C o n t a c t g ro u p s to send a message to multiple recipients
When you receive a message, you will receive an information note,
and an envelope icon
will appear on the status line. By default
there is also an audible message alert.
saved as a group in your Contacts list. See “Groups” on page 37.
This operation can be repeated to add a number of recipients
for the text message.
If your Vertu phone memory is full, you may have to delete
messages from your Inbox or Outbox before you can send or
receive further messages.
4. Scroll down and use the N U M B E R keys to write the message in the
Te x t : field.
5. While composing your message press O p t i o n s to display the
following options:
To read a new message as soon as it is received:
1. Press S h o w .
Send sends the message immediately
2. To ignore the message and view it later, press E x it .
Pre vie w shows how the message will appear on the recipient’s
screen
If you have unread messages in your Inbox, the
remain on the stand-by display.
I n s e r t to add multimedia content
A d d rec i p ie nt to add another contact to the To , C c or B c c fields
To read a stored message:
A d d s u b j e c t to add S u b j e c t : line to the message
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1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es » I nb ox .
R e a d i n g a n d re p l y i n g t o fl a s h m e s s a g e s
2. The most recently received message will be highlighted. Scroll to the
message you want to read and press O p e n .
To view the list of available options while reading a message:
When you receive a Flash message, Me ss a g e: followed by the
first part of the message appear on the display. By default a
received Flash message is accompanied by an audible alert
1. Press O p t io n s .
To read the full Flash message press R ead .
2. Scroll to the required option and then press S e l e c t :
To save the message:
D e le t e removes the message you are viewing from your Vertu
1. With the message open, press S ave .
phone
2. Scroll to the folder where you want to save the message (see “To
rename or delete a personal folder:” on page 31 for more
information) and then press S e l e c t .
U s e d e t a i l makes use of any numbers, e-mail addresses or Web
addresses from the current message
Fo r w a rd sends the message to another recipient of your choosing
To reply to a Flash message:
Edi t enables you to edit the message before sending or saving
1. While reading the full Flash message, press O p t i o n s » U s e
d e t a il .
Mov e enables you to move the message to another selected folder
C o p y t o C a le n d a r creates a reminder note in the calendar
2. Scroll to either N u m b e r , E - m a il a d d re ss or Web a d d re s s
and then press S e l e c t .
C o p y a s t e m p l a t e saves the message as a template for use
when composing future messages
3. Press O p t i o n s » S e n d m e s s a g e » F la s h m e s sa g e and use
the N U M B E R keys to write the message in the M es sa g e: field.
Me ss a g e det a il s displays the sender’s name and phone
number, the message centre used, and the date and time sent.
4. While composing your message press O p t i o n s at any time to
access the message options).
To reply to a message being read:
1. With the message open, press R ep ly .
5. Once the message is complete, scroll down to the S end virtual key
and then press S e l e c t .
2. Scroll to the type of message you want to send and then press
Select.
3. The To : field displays the sender’s number.
Use detail
Refer to the Text message, Multimedia message, Flash message
and Audio message sections of this guide to complete and send
your reply.
To extract phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and Web site
addresses from the current Flash message:
1. While reading the full Flash message, press O p t i o n s » U s e
d e t a il .
Wri t i n g a n d s e n di n g fl a s h m e s s a g e s
To write a Flash message:
2. Scroll to either N u m b e r , E - m a il a d d re ss or Web a d d re s s
and then press S e l e c t .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es » C re a t e
m e s s ag e » F l as h m e s s ag e .
3. Scroll to the desired number or address and press S a v e .
4. Use the N U M BE R keys to enter a Contact name for the number or
address and then press O K .
2. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter the recipient’s phone number in the
To : field.
3. Alternatively, to retrieve a phone number from the contacts list select
Add followed by:
Copy as template
To save the message as a template for future messages:
Press < Fa v o u r i t e > to define easily available message recipients
or groups when sending messages
1. While reading the full Flash message, press O p t i o n s » C o p y a s
template.
Press R ec e n t l y u s e d to send a message to a recently used
number
Press C a l l reg i s t e r to access contacts from the Call log
2. Use the N U M BE R keys to enter a name for the template and then
press O K .
Press C o n t a c t s to send a message to a number in your Contacts
list
Multimedia messages
Press C o n t a c t g ro u p s to send a message to multiple recipients
A Multimedia message (MMS) can contain text, sound, video and
pictures. Your Vertu phone supports Multimedia messages that are
up to 296 KB. If the maximum size is exceeded, the phone may not
be able to receive the message. Depending upon your network, you
may receive a message that includes an Internet address where you
can go to view the Multimedia message. Pictures are scaled to fit
the display area of the phone. Your Vertu phone has a Multimedia
message viewer for playing messages and an Inbox for storing all
saved messages.
saved as a group in your Contacts list.
This operation can be repeated to add a number of recipients
for the text message.
4. Scroll down and use the N U M B E R keys to write the message in the
Me ss a g e: field.
5. While composing your message press O p t i o n s at any time to
access the message options (see “Text message options” on
page 27 for more information).
6. Once the message is complete, scroll down to the Se nd virtual key
and then press S e l e c t .
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Copyright protections may prevent some images, ringing tones, and
other content from being copied, modified, transferred, or
forwarded.
C o n f i g u r a t i o n s e t t . will enable you to define the MMS
connection parameters. See “MMS configuration settings” on
page 29.
Multimedia messaging functions can only be used if
supported by your service provider. For availability and a
subscription to the Multimedia messaging service, contact
your service provider. Only compatible devices can receive
and display Multimedia messages.
Wr i t i n g a n d s e n d i n g m u l t i m e d i a m e s s a g e s
You can create Multimedia messages with one or more attachments
up to the maximum 296kb message size. When creating your
Multimedia message, the current remaining space is shown on the
top line just under the status line.
Multimedia messaging supports a wide range of standards for each
of the following formats:
>
Picture: JPEG, GIF, animated GIF, WBMP, BMP, and PNG
>
Sound: SP-MIDI, AMR audio, MP3 and AAC
>
Unlike text messages, Multimedia messages can be formed of
multiple pages, known as slides. You can control how long each
slide is displayed. Each slide can contain up to 1000 basic text
characters (less for complex languages) one image, and one sound
clip.
To write and send a Multimedia message:
Video: clips in H.263 format with SubQCIF image size and
AMR audio
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » M es sa g es » C re a t e
m e s s ag e » M e s s ag e .
If a received message contains unsupported attachments, these
may be replaced with a message.
2. Scroll to one of the multimedia options at the bottom of the message
screen and then press S ele c t :
You cannot receive Multimedia messages if you have a call in
progress, a Java application running, or an active browsing session.
If you are sent a Multimedia message while you are on a call of any
type, receipt will be delayed until your Vertu phone becomes free
Tex t f i el d creates another slide for you to add text in your message
Tex t t e m p l a t e opens the template folder. Choose from a list of
pre-set messages.
I m a g e , S o u n d c l i p or Vi d e o c l ip enables you to browse your
M M S se t t in gs
Multimedia files and insert a file into your message
Depending on which service provider you use, your Vertu phone
might already have MMS settings installed. If you encounter any
difficulties, please contact Vertu Concierge or visit www.vertu.com
and download your settings.
B u s i n e s s c a rd enables you to browse your Contacts list and
insert contact details into your message
C a l e n d a r n o t e enables you to browse your calendar and attach a
previously created note from your calendar into your message
Th em e , Strea m in g li nk and Ga ll er y fi le inserts stored files
into your message.
MMS configuration settings
To update your configuration settings:
3. Press O p t i o n s while creating a Multimedia message to display the
following options:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » M e s s ag e s » M e s s ag e
Se nd enables you to select recipients and send the completed
s e t t i n g s » M u l t im e d ia m es s a g es » C o n f ig u r a t io n s e t t .
» Configuration.
message (see above)
P re v i e w displays the message to examine how it will appear to the
recipient. Press Pl ay to run the attached files
2. Select one of the available options.
C l e a r f i e l d deletes the text that has been entered into the
Message settings
message field
In addition to your connection settings, there are several other
settings that control your Multimedia messaging functions. To
modify these settings:
In se rt cont a c t det ail selects a name from your Contacts list
and insert it into the message body
In se rt word enables you to type a word into the message body
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » M e s s ag e s » M e s s ag e
s e t t i n g s » M u lt im ed i a me ss a g es .
In se rt symb ol displays all the available symbols you can use in
the message
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press Se lect :
In se rt numbe r enables you to enter a number into the message
D e li v e r y rep o r t s will inform you of message delivery
body using the N U M B E R keys
D e f a u l t s l i d e t i m i n g will enable you to set the default time in
Wr it i n g la n g u a g e selects one of the alternative languages stored
on your Vertu phone to compose your message
mm:ss format that each slide (equivalent of a page) in an MMS is
displayed on the screen
P re d i c t io n o p t io n s configures predictive text entry see
“Predictive text input” on page 24 for more information about
Predictive text
A l l o w M M S rec e p t n . enables you to allow or disallow reception
of Multimedia messages, or allow only messages in your home
network.
In se rt adds files and slides to your message
I n c o m i n g M M S m sg s . enables you to determine whether
R em o ve removes files and slides from your message
incoming Multimedia messages are retrieved or rejected
automatically or if you retrieve them manually
U se t e m p l a t e enables you to base your message on an existing,
saved template
Al l o w adv erts enables or disables the automatic reception of
M o ve s l id e reorders the slides in your message
Multimedia advertisements
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S l i d e t i m i n g enables you to set the time interval between the
To ignore the message and view it later, press E x i t .
slides. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter the time interval and then press
If you have unread messages in your Inbox, the envelope icon
will remain on the stand-by display.
OK
P l a c e t e x t f i r s t makes sure that the text in your message appears
before your Multimedia attachments
To read a stored message:
Pl a c e text la s t makes sure that the text in your message appears
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » M es sa g es » Inb ox .
after your Multimedia attachments
2. The most recently received message will be highlighted. Scroll to the
message you want to read and then press S e l e c t .
C h a n g e m s g . t y p e enables you to change the type of message
being created
3. To view the whole message, including any attachments, press P la y .
S a v e m e s s a g e saves the message in your Saved messages
4. To view just the files in the presentation or the attachments, press
O p t i o n s and select one of the following:
folder
Save as te mp late saves the message as a template for future
messages
O b j e c t s enables you to examine files attached to the message
Ex i t e d i t o r leaves the text entry environment (you will be asked if
you want to save any incomplete message)
R ep l y sends a reply to the message sender
G o t o t o p f i e l d moves the cursor back to the To : field
D e l e t e removes the message you are viewing from your Vertu
G o t o b o t t o m f i e ld moves the cursor to the virtual keys at the
phone
bottom of the message.
U se d et ai l enables you to use any numbers, e-mail addresses or
Web addresses from the current message when you create a new
message or contact
R ep l y t o al l sends a reply to all recipients of the original message
4. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter the recipient’s phone number in the
To : field.
Fo rw ard sends the message to another recipient of your choosing
5. Alternatively, to retrieve a phone number from Contacts press A d d
followed by:
E d it enables you to edit the message before sending or saving
Press < Fa v o u r i t e > to define easily available message recipients
or groups when sending messages
M o ve moves the message to another folder
R e c e n t l y u s e d to send a message to a recently used number
template for future messages
C o n t a c t s to send a message to a number in your Contacts list
M es sa g e d e t a i ls displays the sender’s name and phone
number, the message centre used, and the date and time sent.
C o p y a s t e m p l a t e enables you to save the message as a
C o n t a c t g ro u p s to send a message to multiple recipients saved
5. Scroll to O b je ct s and then press S el ec t .
as a group in your Contacts list.
6. Scroll to the relevant object type and then press S e l e c t .
This operation can be repeated to add a number of recipients
for the Multimedia message.
To reply to a Multimedia message:
1. With the message open, press O p t io n s .
6. Scroll down to the S u b j e c t : field and use the N U M BE R keys to
enter a subject for your message.
2. Scroll to R e p l y to reply to the sender or R e p l y t o a ll to send a
reply to all recipients of the original message and then press Se le ct .
7. Scroll down to the Send virtual key and then press S e l e c t .
3. To send the message, press S end . See “Writing and sending text
messages” on page 27 and “Writing and sending multimedia
messages” on page 29 for more information.
8. The message will then be sent.
It takes the network longer to send a Multimedia message than to
send a text message. While the Multimedia message is being sent,
an animated indicator is displayed on the status line, but you can
carry on using your Vertu phone as normal. If there is an interruption
while the message is being sent, the network tries to resend it a few
times. If this fails, the message remains in the O u t b ox folder and
you can try to resend it later. Check your O u t b ox folder for unsent
messages.
Audio messages
You can use the Multimedia message service to create and send an
audio message. Multimedia messaging service must be activated
before you can use audio messages. See “MMS settings” on
page 29.
After sending a message, your Vertu phone displays a
confirmation message. This is an indication that the message
has been sent by your Vertu phone to the message centre.
This is not an indication that the message has been received
at the intended destination.
C re a t i n g a n d s e n d i n g a u d i o m e s s a g e s
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » M es sa g es » C re a t e
m e s s ag e » A u d io me ss a g e .
2. The recorder opens (see “Voice recorder” on page 54 for more
information). Press S e l e c t to start recording the Audio message.
For more information about Multimedia messaging, contact your
service provider.
3. Press S e l e c t again to stop the recording.
R e a d i n g a n d re p l y i n g t o m ul t i m e di a
m e ss a g e s
4. Press O p t i o n s while creating an audio message to select from the
following features:
Se nd sends the completed message
When you receive a Multimedia message, you will receive an
information note and an envelope icon will appear on the status line.
By default there is also an audible alert.
P re v i e w enables you to listen to how the message will sound to the
recipient
R e p l a c e s o u n d c l i p enables you to re-record your message
To read a new Multimedia message as soon as it is received press
Show.
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6. To delete the folder press D e l e t e f o l d e r » Yes to confirm the
action.
C h a n g e m s g . t y p e enables you to change the type of message
being created
Save as te mp late saves the message as a template for future
E-mail
messages
S e n d ing o p t i o n s enables you to select from the following
You can write, send, and read e-mails with your Vertu phone. Your
phone supports POP3 and IMAP4 e-mail servers.
options when sending the message:
M e s sa g e p r io r i t y determines the priority level. Choose from
H ig h , N o rm a l or Lo w
Depending on which service provider you use, your Vertu phone
might already have e-mail settings installed. If you encounter any
difficulties, please contact Vertu Concierge or visit www.vertu.com
and download your settings.
D e l iv er y re p o r t determines whether the network sends you
delivery reports for your messages
S a v e s e n t m e s s a g e determines whether or not the phone
saves the message in the Sent items folder once it is sent
E- mai l se ttin g s
S a v e m e s s a g e saves the message in your Saved messages
To manually enter your connection settings or to modify your current
settings:
folder
S a v e s o u n d c l ip saves the clip to one of your folders (see “To
rename or delete a personal folder:” on page 31 for more
information)
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Mes s a g e s » Me ss a g e
s e t t i n g s » E -m a il m e s s ag e s » E d it m a i lb ox e s » C re a t e
m a n u al l y .
A d d s u b j e c t enables you to include a subject for your message
2. Scroll to each of the options and modify the parameters with the
Ex i t e d i t o r closes the text entry environment (you will be asked if
information supplied by your service provider and/or e-mail provider.
you want to save any incomplete message).
5. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter the recipient’s phone number in the
To : field.
Due to the complexity of entering all of the settings manually,
it is strongly recommended that you use the order settings
link from your CD-ROM to take you directly to the appropriate
page on the Vertu website to obtain the settings for your Vertu
phone.
6. Alternatively, to retrieve a phone number from Contacts select Add
followed by one of the following:
Press < Fa v o u r i t e > to define easily available message recipients
or groups when sending messages
Wr i t i n g a n d s e n d i n g e - m a i l m e s sa g e s
R e c e n t l y u s e d sends a message to a recently used number
C o n t a c t s enables you to send a message to a number in your
Contacts list
You can create e-mail messages and also attach images and video
clips. You can write your e-mail message before connecting to the
e-mail service; or connect to the service first, then write and send
your e-mail.
C o n t a c t g ro u p s enables you to send a message to multiple
To write and send an e-mail message:
Press C a l l reg i s t e r to access contacts from the Call log
recipients saved as a group in your Contacts list.
7. Scroll to the Me ss a g e: field and press Pl ay to preview the
message.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es » C re at e
m e s s ag e » E - m ai l m e ss a g e .
8. Scroll to Se nd and then press Se lect .
2. Enter the recipient’s e-mail address, write the subject, and enter the
message. To attach a file from Gallery, business card, note, etc,
select In se rt .
Receiving and listening to audio messages
When you receive an audio message, you will receive an information
note, and the
icon will appear on the status line. By default
there is also an audible message alert.
3. To send the e-mail message, select Send .
To listen to a new audio message as soon as it is received press
P la y .
5. To edit or continue writing your e-mail later, select E x it » Yes . The
e-mail is saved in D r a f t s .
4. If more than one e-mail account is defined, select the account from
which you want to send the e-mail.
After sending a message, your Vertu phone may display
Message Sent. This is an indication that the message has
been sent by your Vertu phone. This is not an indication that
the message has been received at the intended destination.
To ignore the message and view it later, press E x it .
If you have unread messages in your Inbox, the envelope icon
will remain on the stand-by display.
To listen to a stored audio message:
D o w n l o a d i n g a n d re a d i n g e - m a i l
From the stand-by display, press Men u » Me ss a g es » In b ox »
P la y .
To download your e-mail messages:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » M es sa g es » E- m ai l
To rename or delete a personal folder:
m a il b ox .
2. If more than one e-mail account is defined, select the account from
which you want to download the e-mail.
1. Select M enu » M es sa g es » S a v e d i t e m s .
2. Scroll to the personal folder you want to rename or delete.
3. The e-mail application connects, synchronises and displays e-mails.
3. Press O p t io n s .
4. To open an e-mail, highlight a header and press O p e n .
4. To rename the folder, scroll to Re name f o lder and then press
Select.
5. Use the N U M B E R keys to rename the folder and then press O K .
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Replying to e-mail
2. Select from the following options:
Lo g i n - to log in to the Wireless Village Chat feature
Exercise caution when opening messages. E-mail
messages may contain malicious software or otherwise
be harmful to your Vertu phone or your computer.
S a v e d c o n ve r s a t i o n s to access your stored message
conversations.
To reply to e-mail:
Voice messages
1. To reply to an e-mail, open it as above, and then select O p t i o n s »
Reply.
The voice mailbox is a network service and you may need to
subscribe to it. For more information and for your voice mailbox
number, contact your service provider.
2. Write the reply and then press S end .
E-mail folders
To configure the time before a call goes to voice mailbox, see
“Call divert” on page 45.
All e-mail messages stored in your Vertu phone are organised in
folders.
To call your voice mailbox:
To browse your e-mail message folders:
From the stand-by display, press M enu » M e s s ag e s » Vo ic e
m e s sa g e s » L i st e n t o v o i c e m s g s. Or, press and hold the 1
From the stand-by display, press Men u » Me ss a g es » E -m a il
m a il b ox .
key on the number keypad.
E- m ai l m ai l b ox is the e-mail inbox
The first time you access your voice mailbox, you may be
required to enter a voice mailbox number, depending on your
operator.
D r a f t s stores unfinished e-mails
O u t b ox stores e-mails that have not been sent
Sent items stores e-mails that have been sent
To enter, search for or edit your voice mailbox number:
S a v e d i t e m s stores e-mails that you have saved
From the stand-by display, press M enu » M e s s ag e s » Vo ic e
m e s sa g e s » Vo i c e m a i l b ox n o .
D e li v e r y rep o r t s stores delivery reports if you have requested
them.
D e l e t i n g e - m a i l m e s sa g e s
Info messages
You can delete e-mails one-by-one or mark a group for deletion all at
once.
With the Info messages network service, you can receive messages
on various topics from your service provider.
To delete one e-mail message:
To check availability, topics, and the relevant topic numbers,
contact your service provider.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es » E -m a i l
m ai l b ox . The e-mail application is started.
Bluetooth messages
2. Highlight an e-mail and press O p t i o n s » Del ete .
3. Select from Fro m p h o n e to delete e-mails from your Vertu phone
only. Deleting an e-mail from your phone does not delete it from
the e-mail server.
Messages sent via Bluetooth are available via the Messages inbox.
Service commands
4. Select A ls o f ro m s e r v e r to delete e-mails from your Vertu phone
and also from the e-mail server.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es » E -m a i l
m ai l b ox . The e-mail application is started.
Use the service commands editor to enter and send service
requests (also known as USSD commands) to your service
provider. Contact your service provider for information about service
commands.
2. Press O p t io n s » Ma r k or Ma rk al l .
To send a service command:
3. Mark the e-mail or e-mails for deletion.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » M es sa g es » S e r v.
commands.
To delete more than one e-mail message:
Press O p t i o n s » D e l e t e m a rk e d . The marked messages will be
deleted from your Vertu phone.
2. Use the N U M BE R keys to enter a service request, for example an
activation command for a specific network service and press Send .
Wireless Village Chat
With Wireless Village Chat (instant messaging) you can send short,
simple text messages to online users. You have to subscribe to a
service and register with the IM service you want to use. For more
information contact your service provider.
Wireless Village Chat supports DRM2.
To log in to Wireless Village Chat:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es » W V ch at .
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2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S e l e c t :
Fro m S I M t o p h o n e to copy all information from the SIM card
memory to your Vertu phone memory
Fro m p h o n e t o S I M c a rd to copy the name and the number
from your Vertu phone memory to the SIM card memory.
3. Press Yes to confirm your action, or press No to cancel.
If you are copying from phone memory to SIM card memory
and your Vertu phone memory contains more entries than
your SIM card can store, some of the entries will not be
copied.
Co py ing in di vi du al nu m be rs
Your Vertu phone Contacts list has capacity for up to 1,500 entries.
You can also copy individual directory numbers between the phone
memory and SIM card memory directly from the contacts list.
Contacts memory
To copy individual numbers:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » N a me s .
Contact names and numbers can be stored in the phone memory or
on the SIM card, or both.
2. If the contact name is not visible, press the first letter of the contact
name. The first name starting with that letter is highlighted. Scroll to
the desired name and press De t a i ls .
Phone memory
Each contact can contain up to five numbers and five text items, for
example a postal address, an e-mail address, an image and a
specific ring tone.
3. Press O p t i o n s » C o p y n u m b e r .
If you use the phone memory you can store more data and access
more functions, for example voice tags, than if you use the SIM card
memory.
5. Or select Move or i g in al and then press S e l e c t to delete the
original information.
4. Select Ke e p o ri g i n a l and then press S ele c t to keep the
contacts in both memories.
A message confirms that the number has been copied.
S I M c a rd m e m o r y
C h e ck m e m o r y s t a t u s
Contacts stored on your SIM card have one associated number.
The number of contacts and the length of names and numbers that
you can store on your SIM card is determined by your service
provider.
You can check your Vertu phone's memory to see how much
information is stored and how much free space is available.
To check the memory status:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » S e t t i n g s »
M em o ry st a t u s .
Selecting the memory type
Certain features, for example business cards and multiple numbers
associated with a contact, are only available when using the phone
memory. If you plan to make frequent use of these features, we
recommend that you set your Vertu phone to use the phone
memory. If you plan to transfer your SIM card from your Vertu phone
to other phones, we recommend that you set your Vertu phone to
use the SIM card memory.
2. Scroll to either P h o n e or S I M c ard and then press Se le ct .
If P h o n e is selected the phone's contact free memory and used
memory is displayed as a percentage of the available memory
If S I M c ard is selected the absolute number of free contacts and
contacts in use for the SIM card is displayed.
3. Press Back to exit the screen.
To select a memory type:
SIM card memory capacity is defined by your SIM card, not
by your Vertu phone. For more information contact your
service provider.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » S et t i n g s »
Me mory i n us e .
2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S ele c t :
Adding contacts
Phon e an d S I M to save new contacts to the phone and display
contacts from the phone and SIM
To add a contact:
P h o n e to save and display phone contacts
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » Na m es »
Options » Add new contact.
S I M c ard to save and display SIM card contacts.
A message confirms which memory you have selected.
2. Press Se le ct and then use the N U M BE R keys to enter the contact’s
first name. Press Ne xt .
If you change the SIM card in your Vertu phone, the memory
type is automatically reset to phone.
3. Use the N U MB E R keys to enter the contact’s last name. Press Ne xt .
C o p y i n g be t w e e n m e m o ri e s
4. Use the N U M BE R keys to enter the phone number and then press
Next.
The copying feature allows you to copy names and numbers
between the phone memory and the SIM card memory.
5. Select S a v e to confirm your entry, or press Ca n c e l .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » C o p y
contacts.
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A message confirms which memory you have saved the contact
details to.
Contact number and text types
Accessing contacts
The first number added to a contact is automatically set as the
default number. When you select a contact to call or send a
message to, this default number is always used.
There are several ways to access a contact, giving you flexibility to
use your Vertu phone in the way that suits you best.
You can store different numbers for each contact from the following
types:
A : Fol l o w m e n u p a th
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » N am e s .
>
General
>
Office
>
Mobile
>
Fax
>
Home
2. Key in the first letter of the contact name.
3. The first name starting with that letter is highlighted.
4. Scroll to the desired name.
You can also store different text items from the following types:
B: Go to command
>
E-mail address
>
Nickname
>
Video
>
Postal address
>
Video sharing SIP
>
User ID
>
Web address
>
Birthday
2. Key in the first letter of the contact name.
>
Company
>
Note
3. The first name starting with that letter is highlighted.
>
Job title
>
Image
>
Formal name
If your left S E L E CT I O N key has been configured as G o t o (see “My
shortcuts” on page 42) you can use the following method to display
your contacts list:
1. From the stand-by display, press G o t o » N am e s .
4. Scroll to the desired name.
C: Selection key
A contact can have duplicate number and text types, for
example two mobile numbers or two e-mail addresses.
If your right S E L EC T I O N key has been configured as Na m es (see
“My shortcuts” on page 42) you can use the following method to
display your contacts list:
Adding information to a contact
1. From the stand-by display, press the right S EL E C T I ON key.
You can add phone numbers or text items to a contact.
2. Key in the first letter of the contact name.
To add a number to a contact:
3. The first name starting with that letter is highlighted.
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts”.
4. Scroll to the desired name.
2. With the contact name highlighted, press D e t a il s .
The following instructions use Method A to access your
contact name list however, the other methods can be used if
your SELECTION keys have been configured correctly.
3. Press O p t i o n s .
4. Scroll to A d d d e t a il and then press Se lect .
5. Scroll to Num b er and press S e l e c t .
Deleting contacts
6. Scroll to the type of number you want to add and then press Se le ct .
To delete a contact:
7. Key in the phone number.
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts”.
8. Press Ne xt until the S a v e option appears. Press Save to confirm
the number, or press O p t i o n s and scroll to S a v e . Press S el ec t
to confirm.
2. Press O p t io n s and select De lete .
3. Press Ye s to confirm deletion.
A message confirms that the details have been saved to the phone
memory.
A message confirms which contact you have deleted.
Alternatively,
1. Enter the telephone number from the stand-by screen and press
Save.
2. Press O p t i o n s .
3. Press A d d t o c o n t a c t .
4. Scroll to the required contact and press A d d .
5. Scroll to the type of number you want to add and then press Se le ct .
A message confirms that the details have been saved to the phone
memory.
To add a text item to a contact:
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts”.
2. With the contact name highlighted, press D e t a il s .
3. Press O p t i o n s .
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4. Scroll to A d d d e t ai l and then press S e l e c t .
5. Scroll to the type of text you want to add and then press S e l e c t .
You can use the options in the contacts menu to make a call, send
a text message and send a business card to anyone whose contact
information you have saved. Your phone automatically adds voice
tags to your contacts, and you can also assign numbers to the
speed dial list.
6. Key in the text and press N e x t until the Sav e option appears. Press
S a v e to confirm the number, or press O p t i o n s and scroll to
S a v e . Press Se le ct to confirm.
A message confirms that the details have been saved to the phone
memory.
S e a rchi n g a n d c a l l i n g
Changing the default number
To search for an entry and call the default number:
The first number you add to a contact is automatically set as the
default number. If more than one number is added to an entry, for
example if the contact has a mobile phone number and an office
number, you can change the default number.
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts”.
2. Scroll to the required name and press the SEND key.
To search for an entry and call a number other than the default
number (using the phone memory only):
To change the default number:
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts”.
2. Press D e t a il s .
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai l s .
3. Scroll to the number to set as the default and press O p t i o n s .
2. Scroll to the required number.
4. Scroll to S e t a s d e f a u l t and then press S e l e c t .
3. Press the SEND key or press C a l l to make the call.
A message confirms that the default number has been set.
Te x t m e s sa g e s
Setting the contacts view
When you have a contact open, you can send them a text message
without returning to the main menu.
Your Vertu phone can display your contacts in different ways:
N o rm a l n a m e l is t displays five contacts at a time
Sending text messages
N am e and n u m b e r displays one contact with the default number
To send a text message:
N am e a n d i m ag e displays one contact with an associated
image.
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai l s .
To set the type of view:
2. Scroll to the required number and press O p t io n s .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » S et t i n g s »
Contacts view.
3. Scroll to S e n d m e s s a g e and then press S e l e c t .
2. Scroll to the required view and then press S e l e c t .
4. With Te x t m es sa g e highlighted, press S e l e c t .
A message confirms that the contacts view has been selected.
5. Key in the message and press Se nd .
Setting the name display
B u s i n e s s c a rd s
To select whether the contact’s first or last name is displayed first:
The business card function allows you to send and receive contact
information, via text message, multimedia or Bluetooth. This function
can be used with both the phone memory and the SIM card
memory, although the SIM card memory only allows you to send the
default number.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » S et t i n g s »
N am e d i s p la y .
2. Scroll to the required view and then press S e l e c t .
A message confirms that the contacts view has been updated.
Sending business cards
Setting the font size
To send a business card:
To set the font size for the list of contacts:
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai l s .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » S et t i n g s »
Fo n t si z e .
2. Press O p t i o n s » Se nd busin ess c a rd .
2. Scroll to the required view and then press S e l e c t .
3. Select the transmission method you want to use:
A message confirms that the contacts view has been updated.
To send by multimedia message:
Vie wi n g th e m e m o r y s t a t us
1. Scroll to Via m u lt im ed i a and then press S e l e c t .
To view the free and unused memory capacity:
2. Refer to “Writing and sending multimedia messages” on page 29 to
complete and send your multimedia message.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » S et t i n g s »
Me m o ry s t atus .
To send by text message:
2. Scroll to the required view and then press S e l e c t .
1. Scroll to Via t e x t m e s s ag e and then press S e l e c t .
2. Refer to “Writing and sending text messages” on page 27 to
complete and send your text message.
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To send by Bluetooth:
A message confirms which memory the contact has been saved to,
followed by a message that confirms which speed dial number key
has been assigned.
1. Scroll to Vi a B lu e t o o t h and then press S e l e c t .
2. Scroll to the recipient’s device on the list and then press Se lect . A
message confirms that the business card has been sent.
Changing speed dial numbers
The phone memory can store additional contact information
for example a person’s work and mobile phone numbers and
an e-mail address.
To change speed dial numbers from within a contact:
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai l s .
Receiving business cards
2. Scroll to the required number and press O p t io n s .
When you receive a business card a message appears on the
display. An audible alert sounds if your Vertu phone is set up for
audible alerts.
3. Scroll to S p e e d d i a l and then press S ele c t .
To display a received business card:
A message confirms which speed dial number key has been
assigned.
4. A message confirms that a speed dial already exists for the contact.
5. Scroll to the desired speed dial key and press A s s ig n .
Press S h o w to display the business card.
To save a business card to your directory:
To change speed dial numbers using the speed dial menu:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » S p e e d
dials.
Press Sav e . A message confirms that you have saved the business
card.
To discard a business card without saving it:
2. Scroll to the desired speed dial and press O p t io n s .
3. Scroll to C h a n g e and then press S e l e c t .
Press E x it then press Yes to confirm. A message confirms that you
have discarded the business card.
4. Enter the new P h o n e n u m b e r : by keying it in or pressing S e l e c t
and then selecting an existing number.
Speed dialling
5. Enter the F i r s t n a m e : if creating a new contact and then press
Next.
The Contacts menu enables you to compile a speed dial list very
quickly. You can have up to eight numbers programmed in. To dial a
number, simply press and hold one of the N U M BE R keys.
6. Enter the contact L a st n am e : then press N e x t .
7. Scroll to Save and press S e l e c t .
Speed dialling key number 1 is reserved for the voice
mailbox.
A message confirms which memory the contact has been saved to,
and which speed dial number key has been assigned.
Adding numbers to the speed dial list
Deleting speed dial numbers
To add a number to the speed dial list from within a contact:
To delete speed dial numbers using the speed dial menu:
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai ls .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » S p e e d
dials.
2. Scroll to the required number and press O p t i o n s .
2. Scroll to the desired speed dial and press O p t io n s .
3. Scroll to S p e ed d i a l and then press S e l e c t .
3. Scroll to Del ete and then press S e l e c t .
4. Scroll to an empty speed dial key, or one that you want to overwrite
(see below).
4. Press Yes to confirm.
5. With the desired key highlighted, press A s s i g n .
A message confirms which speed dial number key has been
deleted.
A message confirms which speed dial number key has been
assigned.
Vo ic e t a g s
Your Vertu phone can make a call to a contact using a voice tag.
Voice tags are automatically added to all contacts.Your Vertu phone
can store up to 1,500 voice tags.
To add a number to the speed dial list using the speed dial menu:
This method can add contact details and assign a speed dial
number key at the same time.
Very short names do not work well for voice tags. Use longer
unique names, for example “Vertu Concierge Service.”
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » S p e e d
d ia l s .
2. Scroll to the desired speed dial key and press A s s i g n .
Using voice tags
3. Key in the P h o n e n u m b e r : or press Se arch to select it from the
Contacts list and then press O K .
To make a voice tag call:
1. Press and hold the down the right S EL E C T I O N key.
4. Enter the F i r s t n a m e : if creating a new contact and then press
Next.
2. Speak the voice tag clearly into the microphone.
5. Enter the contact L as t n a m e : then press N e x t .
3. A list of possible matches is displayed briefly giving you a chance to
scroll to the correct one or Q u it if it is not on the list.
6. Scroll to S a v e and press S ele c t .
4. After about 2 seconds your phone will automatically dial the number.
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Playing voice tags
3. Scroll to A d d t o g ro u p and then press Se le ct .
To play a voice tag from within a contact:
4. Scroll to the desired group and then press S el ec t .
A message confirms that the contact has been added to the group.
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai ls .
D e l e t i n g g ro u p d e t a i l s from a c o n t a c t
2. Scroll to the contact name within the details and press O p t i o n s .
To delete group details from a contact:
3. Scroll to P la y v o i c e t a g and then press S e l e c t .
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai l s .
The voice tag is played.
2. Scroll to the group name and press O p t i o n s .
Groups
3. Scroll to R e m o v e f ro m g ro u p and then press S e l e c t .
4. Press Yes to confirm.
Use groups to associate a contact name to a group. The group
name appears on the display when a member of a group calls you.
You can assign a different ringing tone to each group for easy
recognition of incoming calls.
A message confirms that the contact has been removed from the
group.
Se tt i n g g rou p ri n g i n g t on e s
Vie w i n g grou p s
To view groups:
All groups initially have a default ringing tone. To set a distinctive
ringing tone for each group:
From the stand-by display, press Men u » C o n t a c t s » G ro u p s .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » G ro u p s .
The Groups are displayed.
2. Scroll to the desired group and press O p t io n s » G ro u p d e t a il s
» G ro u p t o n e : .
E d i t i n g g ro u p n a m e s
To edit group names:
3. Press C h a n g e and select your ringing tone from D e f a u lt / O p e n
G a l l e ry / To n e d o w n lo a d s .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » G ro u p s .
4. Scroll to Save and press S e l e c t .
2. With the group name to be edited highlighted, press O p t i o n s .
A message confirms that the group ringing tone has been selected.
The default ringing tone for the caller groups is the ringing
tone set up in the profiles menu.
3. With G ro u p d e t ai l s highlighted, press Se le ct .
4. With G ro u p n a m e highlighted, press S el ec t .
5. Key in the new name for the group and then press O K .
Editing contact numbers
A message confirms that the group has been renamed.
A d d i n g c o n t a ct s to a gro up
To edit contact number details:
To open a group and link contacts to it:
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai l s .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » G ro u p s .
2. Press O p t i o n s .
2. Scroll to the desired group and press Vi ew .
3. Select from the following functions:
3. Press A d d to display your contacts list.
Vie w
4. Scroll to the desired name and then press S e l e c t . Repeat for each
contact to be added to the group.
Select this option to view the contact number or numbers.
A message confirms that the contact has been added to the group.
Add detail
D e l e t i n g c on t a c t s f ro m a g ro u p
Scroll to one of the following and then press S ele c t to add more
detail to a contact record:
To delete contacts from a group:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C o n t a c t s » G ro u p s .
Number
Company
2. Scroll to the desired group and press Vi ew .
E - m a i l a d d re s s
Job title
3. Scroll through the group members to the desired contact and press
Options.
Vi d eo
Fo r m al n am e
4. With R e m o v e me m b e r highlighted, press Se lect .
Vi d e o s h a r in g S I P
Ni ck na m e
5. Press Ye s to confirm.
Note
Po st a l ad d re ss
A message confirms that the contact has been removed from the
group.
Image
B ir t h d a y
Web a d d re ss
User I D
A d d i n g g ro u p d e t a i l s t o a c o n t a c t
To open a contact and add group details:
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai ls .
2. Press O p t io n s .
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Edit
Add detail
1. Scroll to E d it n u m b e r and then press S e l e c t .
Press S el ec t to add more detail to a contact record. For more
details, see “Adding information to a contact” on page 34.
2. Press C l e a r as many times as necessary to delete the number to
the left of the cursor.
Ed it
3. Key in the new number.
4. Press O K to save the new number.
1. Press C le ar as many times as necessary to delete the current
name.
D e le t e
2. Use the N U M BE R keys to enter the new.
1. Scroll to D e l e t e and then press S el ec t .
3. Press O K to save the new name.
2. Scroll to either De let e number to remove the number but retain
the other contact details or D e l e t e c o n t a c t to remove all of the
contact details and then press Se lect .
Delete contact
To remove the complete contact record press Yes to confirm the
deletion.
3. Press Ye s to confirm the deletion.
Play voice tag
Send message
This will play the voice tag associated with the contact record.
Select a type of message and then press S e l e c t . See the chapter
“MESSAGES” on page 24 for further instructions on sending
messages.
S e n d b u s i n e s s c a rd
Select a transmission method and then press Se lect . See
“Business cards” on page 35 for further instructions on sending
business cards.
Use number
This makes a copy of the selected number allowing you to save it
under a new contact record.
Ad d to grou p
Press S ave and then use the N U M B E R keys to enter a name for the
new contact.
Select the required group from those displayed and then press
S e l e c t . A message will be displayed to confirm that the contact
has been added to the group.
Set as default
Press S e t a s d e f a u l t . A message confirms that number has been
set as default.
C h a n ge ty pe
Allows you to redefine the number type as G e n er a l , M o b i le ,
H o m e , O f f i c e or Fa x . Press S e l e c t and a message will be
displayed to confirm the change.
C o p y n um b e r
1. Select Keep o rigin al or M o ve o r ig i na l .
2. Press S ele c t .
3. A message confirms that the number has been copied.
S e n d b u s i n e s s c a rd
Select a transmission method and then press S e l e c t . See
“Business cards” on page 35 for further instructions on sending
business cards.
Speed dial
Select a speed dial key and press A s si g n . A message confirms
which speed dial key has been assigned.
Editing contact names
To edit contact name details:
1. Select your contact name as in “Accessing contacts” and press
D e t ai ls .
2. Scroll to the contact name and press O p t i o n s .
3. Select from the following functions:
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5 CALL HISTORY
Viewing message recipients
To view details of contacts to whom messages have been sent:
From the stand-by display, press M enu » C a l l H is t o r y » M sg .
re c i p i e n t s .
Clearing log lists
To clear information from your Vertu phone’s Log:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C a ll H i s t o r y » C l e a r
l o g l is t s .
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press S el ec t :
The call history feature allows you to view information about calls
that you have missed, received and made. You can also view
information (volume of data / session duration) for packet data
transfer and number of messages sent and received (both SMS and
Multimedia).
This operation will take immediate effect without requiring
confirmation. Once log lists have been cleared the information
cannot be recovered.
A ll c al l l i s t s removes all information from your Vertu phone log
The call history
M is s e d c al l s removes details from the Missed calls log
R e c e i v e d c al l s removes details from the Received calls log
The call history stores information about your most recent missed,
received, and dialled calls. When the list is full, the most recent call
replaces the oldest.
D i a l l e d n u m b e r s removes details from the Dialled numbers log
M es s a g e rec i p i e n t s removes details from the Message
recipients log.
To ensure that the call history is able to store your received and
missed call information, your service provider must support caller
ID, and it must be enabled. If the caller’s number is not available, for
example if the caller withheld their number or the network did not
transmit the number, N o n u m b e r appears in the calls list.
Viewing call duration
To view information about the duration of calls made and received
by your Vertu phone:
The call history can only store information about calls that are
actually received by your Vertu phone. If you do not have a signal or
if your calls are blocked, any incoming calls will not be stored.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C a ll H i s t o r y » C a l l
duration.
2. The following information will be available for examination:
Viewing the call history
L a st c a ll shows the length of the last call regardless of type
To view recent call information:
calls
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C al l Hi s t o ry » C a ll
lo g .
D i al le d c al l s shows the total combined duration of all dialled calls
R ec ei ved c a ll s shows the total combined duration of all received
A ll c al l s shows the total combined duration of all calls to and from
your Vertu phone
2. The calls will be listed in chronological order.
Viewing missed calls
3. Cl ea r ti m ers it will be necessary to enter your security code to
complete this operation. See “SECURITY” on page 21.
To view details of calls that have been missed:
Viewing the packet data counter
From the stand-by display, press M enu » C al l H is t o r y » Mi s se d
c a ll s .
Viewing received calls
General packet radio service (GPRS) is a network service that
allows mobile phones to send and receive data over an Internet
protocol (IP)-based network. See “Packet data settings” on
page 44 for more information.
To view details of calls that have been successfully received by your
Vertu phone:
To view approximate information about the volume of data sent and
received via GPRS:
From the stand-by display, press Men u » C a ll H i s t o r y »
R e c e i v e d c al l s .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C a ll H i s t o r y » D a t a
counter.
2. The following information will be available for examination:
Viewing dialled numbers
Se nt i n la s t se ss i o n is the amount of data in bytes, sent in the
last transmission
To view details of numbers that have been dialled from your Vertu
phone:
R e c e i v e d in l a st s e s s . is the amount of data in bytes, received
in the last transmission
A ll s e n t d a t a is the total amount of data in bytes, sent in all
From the stand-by display, press M enu » C a ll H i st o r y » D ia l le d
n u m b e rs .
transmissions
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A l l rec e i v e d d a t a is the total amount of data in bytes, received in
all transmissions
3. C le ar c o u n t e r s resets all of the counters. It will be necessary to
enter your security code to complete this operation. See
“SECURITY” on page 21.
Viewing the data timer
To view approximate information about the duration of sessions over
GPRS:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » C al l Hi s t o ry » D at a
t i me r .
2. The following information will be available:
D u r a t io n o f la s t se ss . shows the length of time spent on the
last session
D u ra t io n o f al l s e s s . shows the combined length of time spent
on all sessions
3. C le ar t im e r s resets all of the timers. It will be necessary to enter
your security code to complete this operation. See “SECURITY” on
page 21.
Viewing the message log
To view details of messages that have been sent and received by
your Vertu phone:
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » C a ll H is t o r y »
Me ss a g e l o g .
2. The following information will be available:
S e n t t e x t m e s s a g e s shows number of text messages and parts
sent
S e n t M M S m s g s . shows number of multimedia messages sent
S e n t e - m a i l s shows number of email messages sent
R e c e ive d t e x t m s g s. shows number of text messages and
parts received
Rec e ive d M M S m s g s. shows number of multimedia messages
received
D o w n l o ad e d e - m ai l s shows number of downloaded messages
to My mailbox.
3. C le ar al l c o u n t e r s it will be necessary to enter your security
code to complete this operation. See “SECURITY” on page 21.
Data transfer
Data transfer shows statistics on data you have transferred while
synchronising your Vertu phone.
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6 SETTINGS
Pe r s o n a l i s i n g a p rof i l e
You can customise the default profiles to adjust your Vertu phone’s
characteristics so they best suit your own preferences and situation.
For the silent profile, you can only change the vibrate setting.
To personalise a standard profile:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Sett ings » Pro f i l e s .
2. Scroll to the profile that you want to customise and then press
Se le ct .
3. Scroll to Pe rs o na li s e and then press S ele c t .
4. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S e l e c t to
customise the profile:
The settings menu enables you to control the core functionality of
your Vertu phone. Using this feature you can define personalised
themes, configure the display, adjust the time and date settings, set
up personal shortcuts, configure various connectivity preferences,
modify call and phone settings, set up security features and restore
your factory default settings.
I n c o m i n g c a l l a le rt : selects how the phone notifies you of an
incoming call, the available options are:
R i n g i n g plays the ringing tone
A s c e n d i n g makes the volume of the ringing tone increase the
longer the call is unanswered
R i n g o n c e plays only one cycle of the ringing tone
Refer to “SECURITY” on page 21 for more information about the
security settings.
B e e p o n c e plays a single beep
O f f causes no ringing tone for an incoming call
Profiles
R ing ing tone: enables you to select the ringing tone for incoming
calls
Profiles are an easy way to control the most common groups of
settings, for example audible and vibrating alerts. Activating an
alternative profile changes all the associated settings.
R ing ing v o lu m e: sets the volume of your ringing tone
(use + and -)
I n c o m in g c a l l v id e o : selects the video shown for received calls
Profiles define how your Vertu phone reacts when you receive a call
or a message, how your N U M BE R keys sound when you press a key,
and more.
Vi b r a t i n g a le r t : turns the vibrating alert O n or O f f
M e s sa g e a le rt t o n e : selects the tone for received messages
E - m a i l a l e rt t o n e : selects the tone for received e-mails
A c t i v a t i n g a p ro fi l e
I M alert tone: selects the tone for received instant messages
You can change your profile at any time to ensure that your Vertu
phone’s alerts are appropriate to your surroundings.
Keyp a d t o n es : sets the volume of your keypad tones (use + and
-)
E n d o f l is t t o n e : turns the tone to indicate end of list O n or O f f
Timed profiles can be used to prevent missed calls. For example,
you attend an event that requires your Vertu phone be set to S i l e n t
before the event starts, but you forget to return it to G e n er a l until
long after the event. During this time, you might miss several calls
because the ringing tone is silent. The F l ig h t profile cannot be
timed.
Othe r tone s: sets other tones, for example, connecting
accessories.
A p p li c at i o n t o n e s: turns the tones for applications O n or O f f
A le r t f o r : to define which caller groups you want your Vertu phone
to alert you for when you receive a call from someone belonging to a
specified group
With the timed profile feature, you can set a profile to expire after
any length of time up to 24 hours. When the timed profile expires,
your Vertu phone automatically returns to the original profile.
If you receive a call from someone who is not included in a specified
caller group, an information note appears on the display, but your
Vertu phone remains silent. See “Groups” on page 37 for more
information.
To change your current profile from the stand-by display:
1. Press the power key once briefly.
P ro f i l e n a m e : enables you to rename the selected profile (all of
the preset profiles can be renamed except for G e n er a l ). Use the
N U M B E R keys to enter the new name and press S a v e .
2. Scroll to the desired profile and then press S ele c t .
To change your current profile using the menus:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » P ro f i le s .
2. Scroll to the desired profile and then press S ele c t .
3. With A c t i v a t e highlighted, press S ele c t .
To set a time limit for the selected profile:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » P ro f i le s .
2. Scroll to the desired profile and then press S ele c t .
3. Scroll to Tim e d and then press S e l e c t .
4. Use the N U M B E R keys or scroll to enter the time you want your new
profile selection to end and then press O K .
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Themes
Po we r s av er enables you to save some battery power. If you
A theme defines the image that is used as a background on all of
your Vertu phone menus.
switch on power saver mode, a digital clock is displayed when your
Vertu phone has not been used for two minutes. Press any key to
return to the stand-by display.
S l e e p mo d e enables you to save battery power. In sleep mode,
the display turns off after a further 15 minutes. Press any key to return
to the stand-by display.
To select a theme:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » Th em e s .
2. Scroll to the desired theme and press A p p l y .
Date and time
3. Press O p t io n s at any time while scrolling through the themes to
display the following options:
Allows you to change the date and time settings and to set the
phone to show or hide the date and time in stand-by mode. For
more information, see “Date and time” on page 64.
D e t ai ls displays name, file size and creation date information
Typ e o f v ie w displays how the folders and files appear on the
screen
My shortcuts
S o r t enables you to select the order in which files and folders are
displayed (by name, date, format or size).
With personal shortcuts you get quick access from the stand-by
display to frequently used functions of your Vertu phone.
Tones
If the left S E L E C T I O N key is G o t o , select G o t o » O p t io n s and
select from the following options to personalise your G o t o menu:
The tones settings menu allows you to personalise the tone settings
of the selected active profile on your Vertu phone.
Se le ct o p tions - to add or to remove a function
To personalise the tone settings:
O rg a n i se - to rearrange the functions on your personal shortcut
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » To nes .
list.
2. Scroll to the tone type that you want to customise and then press
Chan ge .
Left selection key
3. Select a ringing tone from the list.
To select a function for the left S E LE C T I O N key:
Display
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » M y
s h o r t c u t s » Lef t s e l e c t i o n k e y .
This allows you to receive cell information (network service), and to
activate the power saver and sleep mode functions. Power saver
takes two minutes to activate and sleep mode activates after a
further 15 minutes.
2. Scroll to the desired function and then press S e l e c t .
Right selection key
To select a function for the right S E L E C T I O N key:
To personalise your Vertu phone’s display view:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » Di s p la y .
1. From the stand-by display, press M e n u » S e t t i n g s » My
s h o r t c u t s » R i g h t s e l e c t i o n ke y .
2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S ele c t :
2. Scroll to the desired function and then press S e l e c t .
S t a n d b y f o n t c o l o u r lets you change the font colour in the
stand-by mode
Joystick
N o t i f i c at i o n d e t a i l s lets you select to show or hide details, such
as contact information in both missed call and message received
notifications
To select functions for the JO Y S T I CK :
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » M y
s h o r t c u t s » N a v i g a t io n k e y .
Fo n t si z e lets you select the font size used in Messaging,
Contacts and Web
2. Scroll to the desired J OY S T I C K direction key and press C h a n g e .
C e l l i n f o d i s p la y displays the local area code on the stand-by
3. Scroll to the desired function and then press S e l e c t .
display.
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Voice commands
Bluetooth settings
You can activate menu options using voice commands. Voice
commands are language-dependent, see “Language settings” on
page 46 for more information.
To define how your Vertu phone is recognised by other Bluetooth
devices:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s »
Connectivity » Bluetooth.
To hear a voice command:
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press S el ec t :
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » My
s h o r t c u t s » Vo i c e c o m m an d s .
M y p h o n e ’ s v i s ib i l it y enables you to operate the phone in
2. Scroll to the voice command you wish to hear and press Pl ay .
hidden mode to avoid malicious software
To use a voice command:
A c t iv e d evi c es checks which Bluetooth connection is currently
active
1. From the stand-by display, press and hold the right S E L E C T I ON key.
3. M y p h o n e ’ s n a m e enables you to define the name that you want
2. When S p e a k n o w is displayed say your command.
your Vertu phone to be recognised by on the network.
3. If the voice recognition was successful, a list of matches is shown.
Your Vertu phone will play the voice command of the match at the
top of the list. and after about 2 seconds, your phone will carry out the
command.
Do not accept Bluetooth connectivity from sources you do
not trust. Alternatively, switch off the Bluetooth function.
This will not affect other functions of your Vertu phone.
4. If the match at the top of the list is not the one that you wanted, scroll
to the correct match and then press S el ec t .
Bluetooth wireless connection
To make a Bluetooth wireless connection:
5. If the function you require does not appear in the list, press Q u i t and
retry the voice command.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s »
Connectivity » Bluetooth.
Connectivity
2. To check which Bluetooth connection is currently active, scroll to
A c t iv e d evi c es and then press S e l e c t .
You can connect your Vertu phone to a compatible device using
Bluetooth wireless technology, or a USB data cable (CA-101V)
connection. You can also define the settings for GPRS dial-up
connections.
3. To view a list of Bluetooth devices that are currently paired with your
Vertu phone, scroll to P ai re d d e v i c e s and then press S e l e c t .
4. Select O p t i o n s to access available options depending on the
status of the device and the Bluetooth connection.
Bluetooth wireless technology
Packet data
Your Vertu phone is compliant with Bluetooth Specification 2.0.
You can use Bluetooth car kits, perform data transfer and use your
Vertu phone as a modem.
Your Vertu phone can use general packet radio service (GPRS) for
high-speed data connections. With GPRS, you can stay connected
to the mobile Internet and perform faster downloads without
completing a dial-up connection. GPRS connectivity can be used to
enhance MMS messaging, Web browsing sessions, e-mail, and PC
dial-up. GPRS is typically billed as an “always-on” function and you
are only charged for the data you transfer.
Bluetooth driver compatibility information is available in the
Vertu PC Suite help.
To ensure interoperability between other devices supporting
Bluetooth technology, use Vertu approved enhancements for this
model. Check with the manufacturers of other devices to determine
their compatibility with this device.
Enhanced GPRS (EGPRS), also known as EDGE (enhanced data
rates for GSM evolution) is similar to GPRS but the connection is
much faster. Contact your service provider for more information
about supported data connections and tariffs.
There may be restrictions on using Bluetooth technology in some
locations. Check with your local authorities or service provider.
When you have selected GPRS as a data bearer, the phone
automatically uses EGPRS (EDGE) instead of GPRS if it is
available in the network.
Features using Bluetooth technology, or allowing such features to
run in the background while using other features, increase the
demand on battery power and reduce the battery life.
Bluetooth technology allows you to connect the phone to a
compatible Bluetooth device within 10 meters (32 feet). Since
devices using Bluetooth technology communicate using radio
waves, your Vertu phone and the other devices do not need to be in
direct line-of-sight, although the connection can be subject to
interference from obstructions for example walls or from other
electronic devices.
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Packet data connection
Partner list
To define when a GPRS connection is established:
To copy or synchronise data from your Vertu phone, the name of the
device and the settings must be in the list of partners in transfer
contacts. If you receive data from another device, the partner is
automatically added to the list, using the contact data from the other
device. Server sy nc and P C s y n ch ro n i sa t i o n are the original
items in the list.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s »
C o n n e c t ivi t y » P ack e t d a t a » P a ck e t d a t a c o n n . .
2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S ele c t .
Wh en nee ded registers and establishes an (E)GPRS connection
when an application using (E)GPRS needs it and closes the
connection when the application finishes
To add a new partner to the list (for example a new device):
A l w a y s o n l i n e sets your Vertu phone to automatically register to
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s »
C o n n e c t i v i t y » D a t a t ra n s f e r » O p t io n s » A d d t r a n s f e r
contact » Phone copy » Data to be copied.
an (E)GPRS network when you switch on your Vertu phone. The
icon will appear to indicate that GPRS or EGPRS service is available
2. Mark the required settings according to the transfer type.
If you receive a call or a text message, or make a call during a GPRS
To edit the copy and synchronise settings:
icon will appear to indicate that the
or EGPRS connection, the
GPRS or EGPRS connection is suspended.
1. Scroll to the required entry in the partner list and press O p t io n s »
E d it .
Packet data settings
2. Modify the settings accordingly.
You can connect your Vertu phone to a compatible PC using
Bluetooth wireless technology or a USB data cable connection.
This allows you to use your Vertu phone as a modem to enable
(E)GPRS connectivity from your PC.
To delete a partner from the list:
1. Scroll to the required entry in the partner list and press O p t io n s »
Delete.
2. Confirm the D e l e t e t r a n s f e r c o n t a c t ? % U message.
To define the settings for (E)GPRS connections from your PC:
You cannot delete Server synchronisation or PC
synchronisation.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s »
C o n n e c t ivi t y » P ack e t d a t a » P a ck e t d a t a s e t t i n g s »
A c t i v e a c c e s s p o int .
Data transfer with a compatible device
2. Scroll to the required access point and press A c t i v a t e .
Bluetooth wireless technology can be used for synchronisation. The
other device should be in the stand-by mode.
3. Scroll to E d it a c t i v e a c c e s s p t . and then press S e l e c t .
4. With A l ia s f o r a c c e s s p o i n t highlighted, press S e l e c t .
To start data transfer:
5. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter an alias for the active access point
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s »
C o n n e c t i v i t y » D a t a t ra n s f e r .
and then press O K .
You can also set the (E)GPRS dial-up service settings
(access point name) on your PC using the One Touch
Access application in Vertu PC Suite.
2. Scroll to the required entry in the Partner list (other than Serv er
s y n c or P C s y n ch ro n is a t io n ) and then press S e l e c t .
According to the settings, the selected data is copied or
synchronised. The other device also must be activated for receiving
data.
D a t a t ra n sf e r
Synchronise your calendar, contacts data, and notes with another
compatible device, for example a compatible PC, or a remote
Internet server (network service).
Synchronise from a compatible PC
Before you synchronise data from calendar, notes, and contacts
with a PC, you must install the Vertu PC Suite software on a
compatible PC. Use Bluetooth wireless technology, or a USB data
cable for the synchronisation, and start the synchronisation from the
PC.
Your Vertu phone allows data transfer with a compatible PC or
another compatible device when using the phone without a SIM
card. Note that when you use the phone without a SIM card, some
functions appear dimmed in the menus and cannot be used.
Synchronising with a remote Internet server is not possible without
a SIM card.
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Synchronise from a server
If n o t ava i la ble forwards all calls when you do not answer, your
Vertu phone is busy or turned off, or out of the coverage area. You
can also set a delay before forwarding takes place
To use a remote Internet server, you must subscribe to a
synchronisation service, e.g. Vertu Fortress (see “Vertu Fortress” on
page 10). For more information and the settings required for this
service, contact your service provider. You may receive the settings
as a configuration message.
A ll f ax c a ll s redirects all fax calls to a fax number
A ll d at a c al ls forwards all data calls to a data mailbox.
3. Press S e l e c t :
If you have saved data on the remote Internet server, to synchronise
your Vertu phone, start the synchronisation from your phone:
A c t i v a t e sets up the divert. Use the N U M BE R keys to enter the
divert number or select a contact and then press O K
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s »
C o n n e c t ivi t y » D a t a t r ans f e r » S e r v e r s y n c .
Ca n c e l cancels the divert
C h e ck st a t u s displays the current status of the divert. A
progress indicator appears, followed by an information note
indicating whether the divert is active and to which number.
2. Depending on the settings, select I n i t i al is i n g
s y n - ch ro n i s a t i o n or I niti a li s in g c o p y .
N o c al l d i v e rt s cancels all call diversions.
Synchronising for the first time or after an interrupted
synchronisation may take up to 30 minutes to complete, if the
contacts or calendar are full.
Cancelling all call diversions may affect your ability to receive
voice mail messages. Some service providers may not allow
cancelling of all diversions. Contact your service provider for
specific details.
M i c ro- U S B d a t a c a b l e
You can use the micro-USB data cable to transfer data between the
phone and a compatible computer or a printer supporting
PictBridge. You can also use the micro-USB data cable with Vertu
PC suite.
Anykey answer
Anykey answer allows you to answer an incoming call by briefly
pressing any key except the P O W E R key, S E L E C T I O N and E N D keys.
1. Connect the data cable. A message appears on the display: US B
To change the anykey answer setting:
d a t a c ab l e c o n n e c t e d . S e l e c t m o d e .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » C a ll »
A nykey an sw er .
2. Press O K to select mode and select from the following options:
Ver t u P C Su i t e - to use the phone to interact with applications on
2. Scroll to O n to enable Anykey answer, or O f f to disable it and then
press S e l e c t .
a computer that has Vertu PC suite installed.
Pr i nti ng & m edi a - to use the phone with a PictBridge
compatible printer, or to connect the phone to a PC to synchronize it
with Windows Media Player.
Au to m a ti c re d ia l
Occasionally, your network may experience heavy traffic, or the
called party is busy and you might not be able to make a call. With
automatic redial activated, your Vertu phone redials the number up
to 10 times, and notifies you once the network is available.
D at a s t o r ag e - to connect to a computer that does not have Vertu
software and use the phone as data storage.
Call settings
To change the automatic redial setting:
You can personalise the way your Vertu phone behaves during a
call by using the call settings.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » C a ll »
A u t o m a t i c red i a l .
Call divert
2. Scroll to O n to enable automatic redial, or O f f to disable it and then
press S e l e c t .
The call divert feature redirects your incoming calls to another
number, for example your voice mailbox number.
Vo i c e c l a r i t y
When a call is diverted your Vertu phone does not give any
indication of an incoming call. The call divert feature is managed by
your service operator and is not phone specific. The call divert
feature may remain active even if your SIM card is not currently in a
phone.
Enhances speech intelligibility especially in noisy environments.
To manage your call divert settings:
2. Scroll to A c t i v e to enable voice clarity, or Ina c tiv e to disable it
and then press S e l e c t .
To change the voice clarity setting:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » C a l l »
Vo ic e c l a ri t y .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » C a ll » C a l l
div ert .
2. Scroll to one of the divert options:
Al l vo ic e c a ll s forwards all calls to the number you specify
I f b u s y forwards all calls when you are in a call
I f n o t a n s w e re d forwards all calls to another number when you
do not answer. You can also set a delay before forwarding takes
place
I f o u t o f rea ch forwards all calls when your Vertu phone is turned
off or out of the coverage area
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Speed dialling
Vid e o s h a ri n g
Single key speed dialling enables you to quickly dial a number by
pressing and holding a single key.
Shares your live camera view with the call recipient during an
ongoing voice call. To subscribe to the service, contact your
network operator or service provider.
To activate the speed dialling feature:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » C a l l »
S p e e d d ia ll i n g .
Phone settings
2. Scroll to O n to enable speed dialling, or O f f to disable it and then
press S el ec t .
You can personalise the following options on your Vertu phone
using this menu.
To change the speed dial settings for your contacts, see “Speed
dialling” on page 36.
L a n g u a g e s e t t i n gs
C a l l wa i t in g
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » P h o n e »
L a n g u a g e se t t in g s .
Call waiting notifies you of an incoming call while you are in another
call. You can accept, reject, or ignore the incoming call. Contact
your service provider for more details.
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press S el ec t .
P h o n e l a n g u a g e enables you to set the display language of your
Vertu phone. If you select A u t o m a t i c , the phone selects the
language according to the information on the SIM card
To change the call waiting setting:
S I M l a n g u a g e enables you to select the USIM card language
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » C a ll » C a l l
waiting.
R ec o g ni t io n la ng . enables you to set a language for the voice
playback. See “Voice commands” on page 43.
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press Se lect :
A c t i v a t e enables call waiting
M e m o r y s t a tu s
Can c el cancels call waiting
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » Phone »
M em o ry st a t u s .
C h e ck s t a t u s displays whether the option is active and for which
type of call.
2. Scroll through the options to see how much of your Vertu phone’s
memory is being used to store media, messages and
applications and how much free space is available.
To use the call waiting feature:
1. When you have a call in progress and you receive an incoming call,
you will hear an audible alert and the display indicates that another
call is waiting. Press the S E N D key to answer the call. The person you
were speaking to is put on hold. Call waiting may not work correctly if
I f b u s y is set.
Au to m a ti c k e yg u a rd
To set the keys of your Vertu phone to lock automatically after a
preset time delay when the phone is in the stand-by mode and no
function of the phone has been used:
2. Press the S E N D key to swap between the calls. A confirmation
message is displayed. The person on hold becomes the active call,
and the other person is put on hold.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » P h o n e »
A u t o m a t i c k e y g u a rd .
3. Press the E N D key to end the active call. A confirmation message is
displayed and the other call becomes active.
2. Select O n , and use the N U M BE R keys to enter the time delay.
When the keyguard is on, calls still may be possible to the
official emergency number programmed into your device.
4. Press O p t io n s then scroll to End a l l c a ll s and then press
S e l e c t to end all calls.
Summary after call
Se c ur i t y k e y g u a rd
Your Vertu phone can display the time spent on a call.
To set your Vertu phone to ask for the security code when you
unlock the keyguard:
To change the call summary setting:
1. From the stand-by display, press M e n u » S e t t i n g s » Phone »
S e c u r i t y k e y g u a rd .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » C a l l »
S u m m a ry a f t e r c a ll .
2. Enter your Security code (see “Security code” on page 21) and
select O n .
2. Scroll to O n to enable summary after call, or O f f to disable it and
then press S e l e c t .
We l c o m e n o t e
Send my caller I D
Shows your phone number to the person you are calling.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » P h o n e »
Wel c o m e n o t e .
To change the caller ID setting:
2. Use the N U M BE R keys to write the note you would like to be shown
briefly when the phone is switched on and press S ave .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S et t i n g s » C a ll » S e n d
m y c al l e r I D .
Ph o n e u p d a te s
2. Scroll to Yes to enable caller ID, N o to disable it, or S e t b y
netw o rk to use the setting agreed with your service provider and
then press S e l e c t .
Enables you to update your phone’s software if there is an update
available.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » P h o n e »
Phone updates.
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Enhancements
2. Select one of the following options:
C u r re n t so f t w. d e t ai ls displays current phone software details
This menu is shown only if the phone is or has been connected to a
compatible mobile accessory, such as a charger or headset.
D o w n l . p h o n e s o f t w. enables new phone software to be
downloaded
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s »
Enhancements.
I n s t a l l s o f t w. u p d a t e enables newly downloaded software to
be installed on your phone.
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press S el ec t (available
options will depend upon the enhancement selected):
N e t w or k m o d e
Enables you to switch between 3G and GSM networks.
D e f a u lt p ro f i l e enables you to select the profile that you want to
be automatically activated when you connect to the selected
enhancement
You can disable 3G from the G o t o menu to maximise battery
performance. 3G enables faster data downloading and is a
necessity if you are roaming in Japan.
A u tomatic an sw er sets the phone to answer an incoming call
automatically after 5 seconds. If Incoming call alert is set to B e e p
o n c e or O f f , automatic answer is off
To change the network mode:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » P h o n e »
Network mode.
L i g h t s sets the lights permanently O n or select A u t o m a t i c to set
the lights on for 15 seconds after a key press.
2. Choose from 3G or 3G+GSM and press S e l e c t .
Configuration
Operator selection
You can configure your Vertu phone with settings that are required
for certain services to function correctly. These services include
multimedia messaging, synchronisation, e-mail, streaming and
browser. Use the Order Settings link from your CD-ROM to take
you directly to the appropriate page on the Vertu web site to obtain
the settings for your phone.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » P h o n e »
O p e r at o r s e le c t io n .
2. Select A u t o m at ic to set the phone to automatically select one of
the cellular networks available in your area or select Ma nual to
display the networks available in your area.
The selected network may not have a roaming agreement with
your operator in which case N o n e t w o r k a c c e s s will be
displayed.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s »
Configuration.
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press S el ec t :
Start-up tone
D e f a u l t c o n f i g . s e t t . displays the service providers saved in the
phone. Scroll to a service provider, and select De t ai ls to view the
applications that the configuration settings of this service provider
support
To select whether or not your Vertu phone plays a tone when the
phone is switched on:
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1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » Phone »
Start-up tone.
2. Scroll to O n or O f f and then press S ele c t .
To set the configuration settings of that service provider
as default settings, press O p t i o n s » S e t a s d e f a u l t.
To delete configuration settings, select De le te .
A c t iv. d e f . i n a ll a p p s. activates the default configuration
settings for supported applications
F l ig h t q ue ry
You can deactivate all radio frequency functionality and still have
access to offline games, calendar and phone numbers. Use Flight
mode in areas sensitive to radio emission, on board aircraft and in
hospitals.
P re f e r re d a c c e s s p t . displays the saved access points. Scroll
to an access point and press O p t io n s . With D e t ai l s highlighted,
press S e l e c t to view the name of the service provider, data bearer,
and packet data access point or GSM dial-up number for that
access point
Your Vertu phone will ask if you wish to switch to Flight mode when
you switch the phone on. To activate or deactivate Flight mode
query:
C o n n e c t t o s u p p o r t downloads the configuration settings from
your service provider if this is supported by the service provider
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » P h o n e »
Flight q u ery .
2. Scroll to O n or O f f and then press S ele c t .
In Flight mode you can make an emergency call. Enter the
emergency number, press the C A L L key and select Ye s when
asked if you want to exit the Flight mode profile. The phone attempts
to make the emergency call and then automatically reverts to
General profile when the call has ended.
To manually activate or deactivate Flight mode profile:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » Profi le s »
F l ig h t » A c t i v a t e or Pers o na li s e .
2. To deactivate the Flight mode, select any other profile.
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Digital rights management
Per s o n a l c o n f i g . s e t t . enables you to add new personal
accounts for various services, and to activate or delete them
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Digital rights management (DRM) is copyright protection, designed
to prevent modification and to limit distribution of protected files.
When you download protected files, such as sound, video, themes,
or ringing tones to your phone, the files are free, but locked. You pay
for the key to activate the file, and the activation key is automatically
sent to your phone when you download the file.
To add a new personal account if you have not added
any, select Add , otherwise, press O p t i o n s and with
A d d n e w highlighted, press S e l e c t. Scroll to the
required service type and then press S e l e c t . Use the
N U M B E R keys to enter each of the required parameters.
The parameters differ according to the selected service
type
To view the permissions for a protected file:
To delete or activate a personal account, scroll to it,
press O p t i o n s, scroll to either D e l e t e or A c t i v a t e
and then press S el ec t.
Scroll to the file, and select O p t i o n s » A ct iva t i o n keys. For
example, you can see how many times you can view a video or how
many days you have left for listening to a song.
Due to the complexity of entering all of the settings manually,
it is strongly recommended that you use the order settings
link from your CD-ROM to take you directly to the appropriate
page on the Vertu website to obtain the settings for your Vertu
phone.
To extend the permissions for a file:
Scroll to the file, select O p t io n s , and the corresponding option for
the file type, such as A ct iv a t e t h e m e .
You can send certain types of protected files to your friends, and
they can buy their own activation keys.
Security
If your device has OMA DRM protected content, the only way to
back up both the activation keys and the content is to use PC suite.
Other transfer methods may not transfer the activation keys which
need to be restored with the content for you to be able to continue
the use of OMA DRM protected content after the device memory is
formatted. You may also need to restore the activation keys in case
the files on your device get corrupted.
Your Vertu phone includes security options for the phone, SIM card,
memory and calls.
When security features that restrict calls are in use (such as
call barring, closed user group, and fixed dialling) calls are
still possible to the official emergency number programmed
into your device.
To configure your security settings:
Copyright protections may prevent some images, music (including
ringing tones), and other content from being copied, modified,
transferred or forwarded.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » S e c u r i t y .
2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S ele c t :
This phone supports OMA DRM 1.0 and 2.0.
P I N c o d e req u e s t lets you select whether a code is required
when switching on your phone. The SIM card may require that the
code is always asked for
Factory reset
C a ll b a r r i n g s e r v i c e restricts incoming calls and outgoing calls.
To restore your Vertu phone’s original settings:
A barring password is required.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » Fac t o r y
res et » R e st o re set t ing s o n l y .
C l o s e d u s e r g ro u p specifies a group of people you can call and
who can call you
2. Use the N U M BE R keys to enter the security code.
Se curity le vel sets the security code whenever a new SIM card is
inserted into the phone
Data you have entered or downloaded, for example names
and phone numbers saved in Contacts, are not deleted.
A c c e s s c o d e s changes the security codes that protect the phone
and memory. Change either the C re a t e s e c u r i t y c o d e , C h a n g e
P I N c o d e , C h a n g e P I N 2 c o d e or the C h a n g e b a r r i n g p a s s .
To restore all your Vertu phone’s original settings and delete user
data, e.g. phonebook entries:
C o d e i n u s e selects whether the PIN code is active
A u th o ri t y c er t if ic a t es displays the list of authority certificates
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Se ttin g s » Fac t o r y
res et » Re store all .
downloaded into your phone
2. Use the N U M BE R keys to enter the security code
U se r c e r t i f ic a t e s displays the list of user certificates
downloaded into your phone
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SIM services
Your SIM card may provide additional services. You can access this
menu only if it is supported by your SIM card. The name and
contents of the menu depend on the available services.
For availability and information on using SIM card services, contact
your SIM card vendor. This may be the service provider, network
operator, or other vendor.
To set the phone to show you the confirmation messages sent
between your Vertu phone and the network when you are using the
SIM services:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » S e t t i n g s » P h o n e »
Confirm S I M actions.
2. With Ye s highlighted, press Se lect .
This option is shown only if supported by your SIM card.
Accessing these services may involve sending messages or
making a phone call for which you may be charged.
( E ) G P R S , H S C S D , 3 G WC D M A a n d C S D
With your Vertu phone you can use the enhanced GPRS (EGPRS),
general packet radio service (GPRS), high speed circuit switched
data (HSCSD), wideband code division multiple access (3G
WCDMA) network and circuit switched data (CSD, GSM data)
data services.
For availability and subscription to data services, contact your
network operator or service provider.
The use of HSCSD services consumes the phone battery faster
than normal voice or data calls. You may need to connect the phone
to a charger for the duration of data transfer.
See “Packet data settings” on page 44.
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Check phone memory
To check the amount of memory available for installing new
applications or software on your phone memory:
1. From the stand-by menu, press M enu » G a l l e r y .
2. Scroll to M e d i a and press O p t io n s .
3. Scroll to M e m o r y s t a t u s and press S e l e c t .
4. Scroll to Phone and press S e l e c t . The amount of Free
m e m o r y is displayed.
Check Media memory
To check the amount of memory available for installing new
applications or software on your Media memory:
You can save images, video clips, graphics, ringing tones and
recordings to folders in the gallery, and add new folders to the ones
already there. You can download images and tones using MMS,
mobile Internet sites, or Vertu PC Suite. The Gallery contains two
types of memory: phone memory and Media memory. Files can be
stored on either memory, but there is much more storage space
available on the Media memory.
1. From the stand-by menu, press M enu » G a l l e r y .
2. Scroll to M e d i a and press O p t io n s .
3. Scroll to M e m o r y s t a t u s and press S e l e c t .
4. Scroll to Medi a me mory and press S ele c t . The amount of
Fre e m e m o r y is displayed.
Your Vertu phone supports a digital rights management system to
protect content that you have acquired. A piece of content, for
example a ringing tone, can be protected and associated with
certain usage rules, for example, the number of usage times or a
certain usage period. The rules are defined in the content activation
key that can be delivered with the content or separately, depending
on the service provider. You may be able to update these activation
keys. Always check the delivery terms of any content and activation
key before acquiring them, as they may be subject to a fee.
Fol de rs
To browse the folders in your Vertu phone:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » G a l l e r y .
A list of folders is displayed:
Media memory
Th em e s
Copyright protection may prevent some images, ringing tones, and
other content from being copied, modified, transferred, or
forwarded.
To ne s
These are preset in the phone. Other user-defined folders may also
be shown.
Your Vertu phone has a limited memory for storing files in the
Gallery. This memory is not shared with other functions, for example
contacts. If the phone displays a message that the memory is full,
delete some existing files before proceeding.
2. Scroll to a folder, and press O p e n to view the folders and files it
contains.
3. Or, press O p t i o n s to see a list of the actions you can perform on
the folder:
Media memory
D o w n l o a d s to view downloads stored on your Vertu phone.
Choose from Graphic, Tone, Video, Theme or Music downloads.
Your Vertu phone has a non-removable 4GB Media memory for
storing files in the gallery.
D e l e t e f o l d e r to delete a folder you have created. You cannot
delete a preset folder
Format the Media memory
M o ve f o l d er to move the selected folder into another folder
When the Media memory is formatted, all data is permanently lost.
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To format the Media memory:
1. From the stand-by menu, press Men u » G al l e ry .
After selecting M o ve f o ld e r, scroll to another folder,
and then press O p t i o n s . With M o ve f o l d er
highlighted, press S e l e c t . You cannot move a preset
folder
3. Scroll to Fo rm a t m e d i a m e m . and press S el ec t .
R e n a m e f o l d e r to rename a folder you have created. You cannot
rename a preset folder
4. A screen message asks you to confirm formatting. Press Yes to
confirm. The memory is formatted.
folder
Rename Media memory
Ty p e o f v i e w to determine how the content of the folder will be
displayed, either L i st w it h d e t a i ls , L is t or G ri d
2. Scroll to M ed i a and press O p t i o n s .
D e t ai l s to show the name, size and date of creation of the selected
To rename the Media memory:
S o r t to sort the contents of the selected folder B y n a m e , B y
d a t e , B y f o r m a t , or B y s iz e
1. From the stand-by menu, press Men u » G al l e ry .
A d d f o ld e r to create a new sub folder for your files
2. Scroll to M ed i a and press O p t i o n s .
M em o ry s t a t u s to examine how the memory in your Vertu phone
is being used and how much you have left
M ar k to select a folder
3. Scroll to R e n a m e m e d i a m e m . and press S ele c t .
4. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter a new media memory name.
M ar k a l l to select all folders.
5. Press O K to confirm new name. A message appears confirming the
new name has been saved.
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Files
To use the files in your folders:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » G a l l e r y .
2. Scroll to the folder you require and then press O p e n .
3. Scroll through the sub folders to locate the file item you want to use,
and press O p e n .
4. Or, press O p t io n s to see a list of actions that can be performed on
the file (these will be dependent upon the type of file you have
selected):
D o w n l o ad s to view downloads stored on your Vertu phone.
Choose from Graphic, Tone, Video, Theme or Music downloads.
D e l e t e f o l d e r to remove the file from your Vertu phone
Send to send the selected file as a multimedia message. This option
is unavailable if the selected file is copyrighted
Mov e to move the selected file into another folder
Mov e fold er to move the selected folder into another folder
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After selecting Mov e fol d er, scroll to another folder,
and then press O p t io ns . With M o ve f o ld er
highlighted, press S el ec t.
R e n am e to rename the selected file
Pr i nt to print file. Send the file to a compatible printer via a data
cable or Bluetooth connection
U s e or A p p l y to activate the file
D e t ai ls to show the name, size, and date of creation of the selected
file
Typ e o f v ie w to change the way the files are displayed. Choose
from L is t w i t h d e t a il s , L i s t or G r i d
S o r t to change the order in which the files are displayed. Choose
from B y n a m e , By dat e , B y f o r m a t or B y s i z e
A d d f o l d e r to add a new folder
Me m o ry s t atus to view the current memory status. Choose from
Phone memory or Media memory. The memory status details how
much memory is being used by each application
Ma rk to select a file
Ma rk a ll to select all files in the folder
O p e n i n s e q u e nc e to view a series of files in listed order.
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O p e n G a l l e r y to open gallery feature
U se im a g e to set image as wallpaper, attach as contact image,
create new contact and attach, set as group image
Z o o m to enlarge an image. Scroll up, down, left and right to move
around the image
S e t c o n t r a s t . Scroll left and right to adjust the image contrast
settings
P ri n t to print image to attached compatible printer
D e t ai l s to view image details
You can see the number of images remaining in the top-right hand
corner of the viewfinder. The number of images remaining depends
on the chosen resolution and quality settings. Higher resolution and
quality settings result in larger file sizes and fewer images. File sizes
may also vary due to the image compression process.
Your Vertu phone has multimedia features allowing you to capture
images and record video. You can also create new media files using
the voice recorder. Playback sound quality can be adjusted using
the media equaliser and stereo widening.
Video
Your Vertu phone incorporates a 3 Megapixel camera with
autofocus and integral LED flash.
You can record video clips in .3gp format. Available recording time
depends on the video clip length and quality settings.
Warning! When checking the flash, make sure to hold the
phone facing away and pointing down.
The length and file size of the clips may vary depending on the
selected quality and available memory.
There is a powerful 8x digital zoom which together with the 16
million colour QVGA screen produces crisp, high quality images.
R e c o rd a v i d e o c l i p
You can take photos and record video clips with the camera, send
them by message to your friends, or save them in the Gallery, from
where they can be transferred to your computer.
To record a video clip:
With the music player you can view, play, and download files, such
as images, audio, video, and animated images. You can also view
compatible streaming videos from a network server (network
service).
2. To pause the recording, select P a u se to resume the recording,
select C o n t inu e .
Your Vertu phone includes a music player for listening to music
tracks, recordings or other MP3, MP4, AAC, eAAC+ or Windows
Media.
4. To zoom in or out - scroll up and down.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d it i o n s » Vid e o »
R ec o rd . You can also press and hold the C A M E RA button.
3. To stop the recording, select S t o p . The phone saves the recording
in the M ed ia » Vi d e o c l i p s folders.
5. Press O p t i o n s and choose from one of the following:
Del ete to delete current image
N e w v i d e o c li p to start a new recording
Camera
Send to send video clip to contact
The camera produces pictures in .jpg format and you can shoot still
images or video images using the camera application.
R e n a m e to rename video clip from default name
Ta k e a p h o t o
U s e v i d e o c l ip to set as incoming call video or set as contact
O p e n G a l l e r y to open gallery feature
video
To take a photo using your Vertu phone:
Vie w f u ll sc ree n to view video clip without frames or toolbars.
1. Select M enu » A d d it i o n s » C a m e r a or press the C A M E RA
button.
Press Back to view video clip within frame
2. To zoom in and out in camera mode, use the JO YS TIC K up or down.
Det a i ls to view image details
M u t e a u d i o to view the video clip without recorded sound
3. To autofocus, press and hold the C A M E RA button and a white frame
appears on the display. When the white frame turns green the object
is in focus.
C a m e ra a n d v i de o o p t i o n s
4. To take an image, release the C A M E RA button or use the
J O Y S T IC K to select C a p t u re . The phone saves the images on
the media memory.
1. From the stand-by menu, select Me nu » A d d i t i o n s » Came ra or
M enu » A d d i t i o n s » Vid eo .
To change the camera settings:
2. Press O p t i o n s and select from the following options:
5. Once you have captured an image, press O p t i o n s and choose
from one of the following:
N i g h t m o d e o n to capture best images possible in dark settings
D e le t e to delete current image
F l a s h to turn flash on and off, or to set to automatic S e l f - t i m e r
o n to set the camera to capture an image automatically after a preset
N e w i m ag e to take new picture
number of seconds
Send to send to contact
I m a g e s e q u e nc e o n to capture a sequence of pictures in one
A t t a ch t o c o n t a c t to attach image to contact details
go
R e n am e to rename image from default name
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P l a y i n g t h e m u s i c tr a ck s
Eff ects to add special effects to your captured image. Apply one of
the following settings:
To play the music tracks:
N o rm a l - default setting for colour images
1. From the stand-by menu, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » M u s ic
play er .
Gre ysc ale - use for black & white images
Se pia - use to give images an aged effect
Warning! Listen to music at a moderate level. Continuous
exposure to high volume may damage your hearing.
N e g a t iv e - use to reverse the colours
Wh i t e b a l a n c e . You can select a white balance function best
suited to the light conditions at the time of shooting. Choose one of
the following options:
2. Scroll to one of the following options to find the track you want to
listen to:
A u t o - adjusts white balance automatically and reproduces
natural colours
A ll s o ng s lists all songs stored on your phone
D a y li g h t - use when taking pictures outside
phone
Tu n g s t e n - use when taking pictures under electric lighting
A rt i s t s lists the songs by artist name
F l u o re s c e n t - use when taking pictures under fluorescent light
A lb u m s lists the songs by album title
H o ri z o n - use for pictures of landscapes
Ge nres lists the songs by genre type
P la y l is t s shows all playlists you have created and stored on your
O p e n G al l e ry to access the Gallery files and folders
Vi d e o s lists all video files stored on your phone.
S e t t i n g s to access the following options:
3. Press O p e n to open the file. Press P la y to start the track.
I m a g e q u a l i t y is the compression ratio which affects the
image file size. Choose from H ig h (large file), N o rm a l or B a si c
4. Use the following commands to control the Music player:
(smaller file)
Press the J OY S T I C K to play or pause
I m a g e s i z e to select the pixel size of the captured image.
Move the J O Y S T IC K up to increase the volume
Choose from options ranging from 2408x1536 (largest) to
160x120 (smallest)
Move the J O Y S T IC K down to decrease the volume
I m a g e p re v i e w t i m e to select a preview time to display the
Move the J O Y S T IC K right to go to next track
Move the J O Y S T IC K left to go to previous track
taken images on the display. During the preview time, select
B a ck to take another image or Sen d to send the image as a
Multimedia message.
5. Press the left S E LE C T I O N button to access the Music player options
(see “Music player settings” below).
6. Press E N D to close the music player
Vi d e o c l i p len g t h on D e f a u lt setting means that the file size
is limited to fit into a Multimedia message. M ax i m u m setting
When you open the Music player menu, the details of the first track
on the default track list are shown.
means all available memory is used. Available memory depends
on where the video clip is stored
M us i c p l a y e r s e t ti n g s
Vi d e o c l i p q u al i t y sets the compression ratio. Choose from
H ig h (large file), N o rm a l or B a s i c (smaller file)
To change the music player settings:
Vi d e o res o l u t i o n to select the pixel size of the captured video.
1. From the stand-by menu, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » M u s ic
Choose from options ranging from 640x480 (largest file size) to
128x96 (smallest file size)
play er
2. Press O p t i o n s from the Music player menu and scroll to one of the
following:
C a m e r a s o u n d s to activate the camera application tones
D e f a u l t t i t l e to have the phone automatically assign a title to
the image. Select M y t i t l e and use the N U M BE R keys to rename
D o w n l o a d s to access tracks from the following options:
Mu s i c s h o p to purchase tracks from the web
the default title
B o o k m a r k s to open the web bookmarks
I m a g e / v id e o s t o r a g e determines where the image or clip is
to be stored. Select O t h e r f o l d e r to store your images or clips
in the media memory. Select O p t i o n s and A d d f o l d e r to
G o t o a d d re ss to enter the address of a mobile Internet service
and then press O K
create a new folder.
S t rea m i n g s e t t i n g s to set the connection settings for the
media service. Contact your service provider for information about
connection settings. You may receive the streaming settings as a
connection settings message from the Vertu web site for your
service provider.
Music player
With the music player you can download, view, and play compatible
audio and video files in a variety of formats.
U p d a t e li b r a r y to update your music library with your latest
downloads
Your Vertu phone can play music tracks, recordings or other MP3 or
AAC sound files that you have transferred to the phone with the
Audio Manager application (part of Vertu PC Suite), BT or USB
cable or web.
M u s ic l ib r. d et ai ls to view data on the number of songs stored
on your phone, memory used and last updated date.
3. Press O p t i o n s while a track is playing and select one of the
following:
Music files stored in a folder in the phone memory or in a folder of
the Media memory, will automatically be detected and added to the
default track list.
G o t o M u s i c m e n u to return to the main music player menu
N o w p l ay ing to show details of the current track
Se ttin g s to access the following features:
S h u f f l e to play a random choice of your stored tracks
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R ep ea t to repeat a track
S e l e c t m e m o r y to choose recording file destination. Choose
from M e d ia m e m o ry or O t h e r f o ld e r .
E q u a li s e r to access the equaliser settings
S t e re o w i d e n i n g to activate the enhanced sound feature
Equaliser
M u s ic p l ay er t h e me to select the format of your music
player.
You can control the sound quality when using the music player by
amplifying or diminishing frequency bands.
D o w n l o ad s to access tracks via the web
M u t e a u d i o to mute the current track
C h a n g e e q u a l i s e r s e tt i n g s
Web p a g e to access a Web page associated with the currently
played track. Dimmed if no Web page is available
To change the equaliser settings:
P l a y v i a B l u e t o o t h connects to a Bluetooth audio accessory
1. From the stand-by menu, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » E q u a li s e r .
2. Scroll to an equaliser set and press A c t i v a t e . Choose from
N o rm a l , Po p , J a z z , C l as s ic a l or S e t % N and S et % N for
your own custom settings.
Voice recorder
You can record speech or an active call, and save the recordings in
the gallery. This is useful, for example, when recording a name and
phone number to write down later.
A message confirms your equaliser setting.
Vie w e q u a l i s e r s e t t i n gs
The recorder cannot be used when a data call or GPRS connection
is active.
To view equaliser settings:
1. From the stand-by menu, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » E q u a li s e r .
R e c o rd s o u n d
2. Scroll to an equaliser set and press O p t io n s .
To make a voice recording:
3. Scroll to Vie w and press S e l e c t .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » Vo ic e
rec o rd er .
Edit equaliser settings
To edit equaliser settings:
2. To start the recording, with the R E C O R D button highlighted, press
S e l e c t and then record your message.
1. From the stand-by menu, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » E q u a li s e r .
3. To stop the recording, with the S T O P button highlighted, press
S e l e c t . The recording is saved in the Re co rd ings folder of the
Media memory by default.
2. Scroll to an equaliser set and press O p t io n s .
3. Scroll to Edi t and press S e l e c t .
4. Scroll up or down to adjust each equaliser channel.
4. Press O p t io n s and select from the following to perform actions on
the recording you just made:
5. Scroll left or right to change channels.
6. Press S a v e to save your changes. A message appears to confirm
your new settings.
Press P l ay l a st rec o rd e d to listen to the recording
Press S e n d l a s t rec o rd e d to attach the recording to a
Multimedia or Audio message or to send via Bluetooth
7. Press A c t i v a t e to select your new equaliser set. A message
confirms your equaliser setting.
Press R ec o rd i ng s li s t to open the recordings folder
Not all settings can be edited.
Press S e le c t m e m o ry to select recording destination.
R e c o rd a p h o n e c a l l
Rename equaliser settings
To record a phone call:
To rename equaliser settings:
1. During a call, press O p t i o n s .
2. Scroll to R ec o rd and then press S e l e c t . While the call is being
recorded, all parties to the call can hear a beeping sound every five
seconds.
1. From the stand-by menu, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » E q u a li s e r .
3. To stop recording, with the S T O P button highlighted, press S ele c t .
The recording is saved in the Recordings folder of the gallery.
4. Use the N U M BE R keys to enter a new name.
2. Scroll to an equaliser set and press O p t io n s .
3. Scroll to R e n a m e and press Se lect .
5. Press O K to confirm your changes. A message confirms your new
equaliser set name.
While recording a call, all parties to the call hear a faint beeping
sound. When recording a call, hold the phone in the normal position
near to your ear.
Not all settings can be edited.
Voi c e re c o rd e r o p ti on s
Stereo widening
Immediately before or after a recording, press O p t io n s to view the
following:
You can enhance the sound quality when using the music player by
enabling stereo widening. With two loudspeakers or stereo
headphones you can create a sense of three-dimensional sound.
P la y l as t rec o rd ed to listen to the latest recording
Se nd l as t rec o rd ed to attach the recording to a Multimedia or
Audio message or to send via Bluetooth
R e c o rd in g s l i st to see the list of recordings in Gallery
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E n a b l e s t e re o w i d e n i n g
You can download new Java applications and games in the
following ways.
To enable the stereo widening feature:
1. Use the Vertu Application Installer from Vertu PC Suite to download
the applications to your phone,
1. From the stand-by menu, press Men u » A d d i t io n s » Stereo
widening.
Or use the Web browser on your Vertu phone. From the stand-by menu,
press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » A p p li c at i o n s » O p t i o n s »
Dow nloa d s » A p p . d o w n lo a d s . The list of available bookmarks is
shown.
2. Scroll to O n . Press S e l e c t
A message confirms stereo widening selection.
Applications
For the availability of different services, pricing, and tariffs,
contact your service provider.
In this menu you can manage applications and games. Preinstalled
applications are stored in phone memory, but in order to optimise
storage space you should store downloaded applications on the
Media memory.
Your device may have some bookmarks loaded for sites not
affiliated with Vertu. Vertu does not warrant or endorse these
sites. If you choose to access them, you should take the same
precautions, for security or content, as you would with any
Internet site.
The Travel application, Worldmate®, is also on this menu. For more
information please see “Travel” on page 10.
Web
Media memory
You can access various Web services on your Vertu phone.
To access media memory options:
Important: Use only services that you trust and that offer
adequate security and protection against harmful software.
1. From the stand-by menu, press Men u » A d d i t io n s »
A p p l i c a t i o n s » M ed i a .
2. Select O p t io n s and choose one of the following:
Check the availability of these services, pricing, tariffs, and
instructions with your service provider.
D o w n l o ad s to view the Game downloads or Application
downloads stored in Media memory
Automatically setting up Web browsing
R e n am e m e d ia m e m . to rename the Media memory
Fo r m at m e d ia m e m . to format the Media memory
Depending on which service provider you use, your Vertu phone
might already have Web settings installed so you might be able to
browse the Web straight away. If you cannot connect to the Web,
please contact Vertu Concierge or visit www.vertu.com and
download your settings.
D e t ai ls to view details current used and available memory capacity
Games and Applications
Your Vertu phone may include one or more games and applications.
To launch a game:
Manually setting up Web browsing
1. From the stand-by menu, press Men u » A d d i t io n s »
Applications.
First, ensure that the correct configuration settings of the service
that you want to use are activated.
2. Scroll to the desired game, and press O p e n .
To set sounds, lights and shakes for the game:
To select the settings for connecting to the service:
1. From the stand-by menu, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s »
Applications.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » We b »
Se ttin g s » C o n f i g u r a t i o n s e t t .
2. Press O p t io n s and Ap p l ic a t io n se ttin g s .
Only the configurations that support the browsing service are shown.
Select a service provider, Default, or Personal configuration for
browsing. See “Configuration” on page 47.
3. Choose from one of the following:
A p p l i c a t i o n t o n e s to set game sounds
2. Scroll to A c c o u n t and highlight a browsing service account
contained in the active configuration settings and then press
Se le ct .
A p p l i c a t i o n li g h t s for game lights settings
A p p l i c a t i o n v i b ra t io n for game vibration settings
Ver s io n d e t ai l s for game version details.
3. Scroll to D i s p l. t e r m . w i n d o w , highlight Yes and then press
Se le ct to perform manual user authentication for Internet
connections.
U p d a t e v e r s io n to check if a new version of the application is
available for download from Web (network service)
Web p a g e to provide further information or additional data for the
application from an Internet page (network service), if available
Home
A p p l i c a t i o n ac c e ss to restrict the application from accessing
the network.
To download an application:
To make a connection to the homepage of your service provider,
either press and hold the 0 key or:
Your phone supports J2ME Java applications. Make sure that the
application is compatible with your phone before downloading it.
From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t io n s » Web »
Home.
To connect to a bookmarked service:
Only install and use applications and other software from
sources that offer adequate security and protection
against harmful software.
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1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t io n s » Web »
Bookmarks.
Settings
2. Highlight the required bookmark and then press Se le ct .
A p p e a r a n ce s e t t i n g s
1. While browsing, press O p t io n s .
Last web address
2. Scroll to O t h e r o p t i o n s and then press S ele c t .
3. Scroll to Ap p e a ra n c e s e t t i n g s and then press Se le ct .
To connect to the last URL visited:
Or,
From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d it i o n s » Web » La s t
w e b a d d r. .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t i o n s » We b »
Se ttin g s » Ap pear an ce s etti ngs .
Go to address
2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S e l e c t :
Press Tex t w ra p p i n g and O n to set the text to continue on the
next line on the display. If you select O f f , the text is abbreviated
To enter the address of a service:
Press Fo n t si z e to set the font size
1. From the stand-by display, press Me nu » A d d i t i o n s » Web » G o
t o a d d re ss .
Press S h o w i m a g e s and No to hide pictures on the page. This
can speed up the browsing of pages that contain a lot of pictures
2. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter the service URL.
Browse pages
Press A l e r t s , A l e r t f o r u n s e c . c o n n . and Ye s to set the
phone to alert when a secure connection changes to an unsecure
one during browsing
While you are browsing the Internet, the function of the phone keys
may vary. Follow the text labels on the phone display and see below
for more information.
Press A l e r t s , Alert for un se c. ite ms and Ye s to set the
phone to alert when a secure page contains an unsecure item. These
alerts do not guarantee a secure connection
is shown on the top left of the display during browsing. If you
receive a call or a text message while browsing,
indicates that
the Internet connection is suspended while you receive the call or
text message. When the call or text message ends, your Vertu
phone reconnects the browsing session.
Press Char acte r en codin g and C o n t e n t e n c o d i n g to
select the encoding for the browser page content
Press Char acte r en codin g , U ni co d e ( U T F - 8 ) a d d r. and
O n to set the phone to send a URL as a UTF-8 encoding. You may
need this setting when you access a Web page created in foreign
language
B ro w s e w i th p h on e k e y s
Press S c ree n s i z e and Fu l l or S m a l l to set the screen layout
To browse through the page, scroll in any direction.
Press Jav aScrip t and E n ab l e to enable the Java scripts.
To select a highlighted item, press the C A L L key, or press S e l e c t .
Security settings
To enter letters and numbers, press the N U M B E R keys. To enter
special characters, press * .
Cookies
O p t i o n s w h i l e b ro w s in g
Cookies are parcels of information used by Web servers to
differentiate a user and their preferences when navigating a website
or services such as online shopping. Cookies are saved in the
cache memory of your Vertu phone. Cookies are saved until you
clear the cache memory.
Select from the following options:
Press S h o r t c u t s to open a new list of options that are specific to
the page. This option is only available if the page contains shortcuts
Press H o m e to return to your start page
Press A d d b o o k m a r k to save the page as a bookmark
While browsing, press O p t i o n s » O t h e r o p t io n s » S e c u r i t y »
Cookie settings.
Press B o o k m a r k s to access the list of bookmarks
Or
Press H i st o r y to get a list showing the last visited URLs
From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t io n s » We b »
Settings » Security settings » Cookies.
Press P a g e o p t i o n s to show the list of options for the active page
Press D o w n lo a d s to show the list of bookmarks for downloading
3. To allow or prevent the phone from receiving cookies, select A ll o w
or R ej ec t .
Press O t h e r o p t i o n s to show a list of other options
Press R el o ad to reload and update the current page
Scripts over secure connection
Press Q u i t to disconnect from a service.
The service provider may also offer other options.
You can select whether to allow the running of scripts from a secure
page. The phone supports WML scripts.
Receive a bookmark
While browsing, press O p t i o n s » O t h e r o p t io n s » S e c u r i t y »
W M LSc r i p t s e t t i n g s .
When you have received an address that is sent as a bookmark, the
message 1 b o o k m a r k rec e i v e d is displayed. The received
bookmark is saved automatically to R e c e i v e d f i l e s . To view it,
press S h o w and select B o o km a r k s .
Or
From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t io n s » Web »
S e t t i n g s » S e c u r i t y s e t t i n g s » W M LSc r i p t s i n c o n n . »
Allow .
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D o wn l o a d s e t ti n g s
B ro w s e r s e c u r i t y
To automatically save all downloaded files in Gallery:
2. Scroll to A u t o m a t i c s a v i n g and press O n .
Security features may be required for some services, for example
online banking or shopping. For such connections you need
security certificates and possibly a security module, which may be
available on your SIM card. For more information, contact your
service provider.
Service inbox
Security module
Your Vertu phone is able to receive service messages (pushed
messages) sent by your service provider. Service messages are
notifications (for example, news headlines), and they may contain a
text message or an address of a service.
The security module improves security services for applications
requiring a browser connection, and allows you to use a digital
signature. The security module may contain certificates as well as
private and public keys. The certificates are saved in the security
module by the service provider.
When you receive a service message:
To view or change the security module settings:
1. Press S h o w to display the message.
From the stand-by display, press M enu » S ettin g s » S e c u r i t y »
S e c u r it y m o d u l e s e t t . .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t io n s » Web »
S e t t i n g s » Do w n l o ad i n g s e t t . .
2. Or, press E x it to move the message to the Service inbox.
To access the Service inbox:
Certificates
From the stand-by display, press Men u » A d d it i o n s » Web »
S e rvi c e i n b ox .
Important: Even if the use of certificates makes the risks involved in
remote connections and software installation considerably smaller,
they must be used correctly in order to benefit from increased
security.
To access the Service inbox while browsing:
1. Press O p t io n s » O t h e r o p t io n s » S e rvi c e i n b ox .
2. Scroll to the message you want, and to activate the browser and
download the marked content, press Re trieve .
The existence of a certificate does not offer any protection by itself;
the certificate manager must contain correct, authentic, or trusted
certificates for increased security to be available.
3. To display detailed information on the service notification or to delete
the message, press O p t i o n s and select D e t ai l s or D e l e t e .
Before changing any certificate settings, you must make sure that
you really trust the owner of the certificate and that the certificate
really belongs to the listed owner.
S e r v i c e i n b ox s e t t i n g s
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t io n s » Web »
S e t t i n g s » Ser vic e in b ox se tt. .
There are two kinds of certificates:
2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S ele c t :
S e r v i c e m e s sa g e s » O n or O f f to set whether you want to
receive service messages
Me ss a g e fi lte r » O n to set the phone to receive service
messages only from content authors approved by the service
provider
>
server certificates
>
user certificates.
You may receive these certificates from your service provider. User
certificates may also be saved in the security module by the service
provider.
A u t o m . c o n n e c t i o n » O n to set the phone to automatically
To view the list of the user certificates downloaded into your Vertu
phone:
activate the browser from the stand-by mode when the phone has
received a service message. If you select O f f , the phone activates
the browser only after you select Retr ie ve when the phone has
received a service message.
From the stand-by display, press M enu » S ettin g s » S e c u r i t y »
Us e r ce rt i f i c a t e s .
This icon is displayed during a secure browsing session
Clear the cache
This icon is displayed during an unsecured browsing
session
A cache is a memory location that is used to store data temporarily.
If you have tried to access or have accessed confidential
information requiring passwords, empty the cache after each use.
The information or services you have accessed is stored in the
cache.
Digital signature
1. Press O p t io n s .
You can make digital signatures with your Vertu phone if your SIM
card has a security module. Using the digital signature can be the
same as signing your name to a paper bill, contract, or other
document.
2. Scroll to O t h e r o p t i o n s and then press S e l e c t .
To make a digital signature:
To empty the cache while browsing:
3. Scroll to C l e a r t h e c a ch e .
1. Select a link on a page, for example, the title of the book you want to
buy and its price. The text to sign, which may include the amount and
date, is shown.
Or
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » A d d i t io n s » Web .
2. Check that the header text is Rea d and that the digital signature
icon is shown.
2. Scroll to C l e a r t h e c a ch e and then press S el ec t .
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3. If the digital signature icon does not appear, there is a security breach
and you should not enter any personal data, for example your signing
PIN.
4. To sign the text, read all of the text first, and press S i g n .
5. The text may not fit within a single screen. Therefore, make sure to
scroll through and read all of the text before signing.
6. Select the user certificate you want to use. Use the N U M B E R keys to
enter the signing PIN (see “PIN code” on page 21), and select O K .
The digital signature icon disappears, and the service may display a
confirmation of your purchase.
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Viewing notes for a week
To view notes for a week:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r »
C a le n d a r .
2. Scroll to a day in the week of interest.
3. Press O p t io n s » Wee k vi ew .
4. The week is displayed showing any notes.
Deleting notes
You can delete notes one at a time or all at once.
To delete one note:
Your Vertu phone organiser has the following functions:
>
Calendar
>
Notes
>
To-do list
>
Calculator
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r »
C a le n d a r .
2. With the required day highlighted, press Vi ew . Notes for that day
will be displayed.
3. Press O p t i o n s » D e l e t e .
Calendar
4. Press Yes to confirm deletion.
Your Vertu phone has a calendar where you can add notes about
meetings, calls, birthdays, memos and reminders.
5. A message confirms that the note has been deleted.
Opening the calendar
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » O rg a n i se r » Calend ar
» O p t io ns » D e l e t e a l l n o t e s .
To delete all notes:
To open the calendar:
2. Press Yes to confirm deletion.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n is e r »
Calen d ar .
A message confirms that all of the notes have been deleted.
2. The current month is displayed, with today highlighted. Press the
scroll keys to move to different dates.
Ed iti n g n o te s
To edit a note:
When there is a note associated with a date, the date will be
highlighted.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r »
C a le n d a r .
M a k in g n ot e s
2. With the required day highlighted, press Vi ew . The notes for that
day will be displayed.
To make a note:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n is e r » C a l e n d a r
» O p t i o n s » Ma ke a note .
3. Press O p t i o n s » E d i t to open the note for editing.
2. Select from the following options:
Moving notes
4. Edit the details as required and press S a v e .
Me eti ng - enables you to use the N U M BE R keys to enter details
You can move a note to a different date and time.
about a meeting: subject, location, start and finish date and times and
set an alarm
To move a note:
C a l l - enables you to use the N U M BE R keys to enter details about a
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r »
C a le n d a r .
phone call: phone number, name and time details and set an alarm
B ir t h d a y - enables you to use the N U M B E R keys to enter details
about a birthday: name, year of birth, and set an alarm
2. With the required day highlighted, press Vi ew .
3. Press O p t i o n s » M o ve .
M e m o - enables you to use the N U M B E R keys to enter details about
a memo: subject, start date, end date and set an alarm
4. Enter a new date and time and then press O K .
R e m i n d e r - enables you to use the N U M B E R keys to enter a title for
5. Set an alarm if required and then press O K .
the reminder and set an alarm.
A message confirms that the note has been moved.
Vie wi n g n o te s
Sending notes
If there are notes for a day, the date will be highlighted. You can
view notes for a particular day or for the whole week.
You can send a note to another phone using Bluetooth or the
messaging service or convert it to a message.
To view the notes for a day:
To send a note as a text message:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n is e r »
Calen d ar .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r »
C a le n d a r .
2. With the required day highlighted, press Vi ew .
2. With the required day highlighted, press Vi ew .
3. The notes for that day will be displayed.
3. Scroll to the required note and press O p t i o n s .
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4. Press S e n d n o t e » S e n d a s m e s s a g e .
Date and time settings
5. Press O K to send the note.
To adjust the date and time settings:
To send a note using the calendar:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a ni s er » C a l e n d a r
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n is e r »
Calen d ar .
2. Press O p t i o n s and scroll down to S e t t i n g s .
3. Press S e l e c t and D a t e & t i m e s e t t i n g s .
2. With the required day highlighted, press Vi ew .
4. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S e l e c t to
customise the time settings:
3. Press O p t io n s » S e n d n o t e » Vi a c al en d ar .
4. Key in the phone number or press S e a rch to use the Contacts list.
D at e : enables you to use the N U M B E R keys to set the date on the
5. Press O K to send the note.
phone
Tim e : enables you to use the N U M BE R keys to set the time on the
A message confirms that the note is being sent.
clock
To send a note using Bluetooth:
Tim e zo n e : enables you to set the valid offset from GMT
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n is e r »
Calen d ar .
D a y li g h t s a v i n g : enables you to select between Wintertime or
Summertime (+1 or +2 hours) daylight saving periods.
2. With the required day highlighted, press Vi ew .
5. Scroll down and select S ave to confirm your settings.
3. Press O p t io n s » S e n d n o t e » Vi a B l u e t o o t h .
Selecting the default view
4. Highlight the device you want to send the note to, and then press
Select.
A message confirms that the note is being sent.
You can configure the calendar on your Vertu phone to default to
month view or week view.
Copying notes
To set the default view:
You can copy a note to another date and time.
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » O rg a n i se r » Calend ar
» O p t io ns » S e t t i n g s » D e f a u l t v i e w .
To copy a note:
2. Highlight the required view and then press S e l e c t .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n is e r »
Calen d ar .
A message confirms which default view has been selected.
2. With the required day highlighted, press Vi ew .
Selecting when the week starts
3. Press O p t io n s » C o p y .
The calendar can display the week starting on Saturday, Sunday or
Monday.
4. Key in the new date and then press O K .
5. Key in the new time and then press O K .
To select a day that the week starts on:
A message confirms that the note has been copied.
C o p y i n g a t e x t m e s s a g e to a c a l e n d a r n o t e
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » O rg a n i se r » Calend ar
» O p t io ns » S e t t i n g s » We e k s t a r t s o n .
You can save a text message to your calendar as a reminder.
2. Highlight the required day and then press S e l e c t .
To copy a text message to the calendar:
A message confirms which day the week starts on.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Me ss a g es » I nb ox .
Selecting a calendar tone
2. Scroll to the required text message and press O p e n .
To select a tone for the calendar:
3. Press O p t io n s » C o p y t o C a le n d a r .
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » O rg a n i se r » Calend ar
» O p t io ns » S e t t i n g s » C a l e n d a r t o n e .
4. Scroll to the required Note type and then press S e l e c t .
5. The content of the text message will display as the Note subject.
2. Select St an dard for standard tone or O p e n G al l e ry to choose
from a tone stored in the Gallery folders.
6. Use the N U M B E R keys to complete the note details and set an alarm
if required.
3. Press S e l e c t to confirm the new settings.
A message confirms that the note has been saved.
Calendar settings
Auto-deleting notes
On the S e t t i n g s menu you can change the following
characteristics of the calendar:
Your Vertu phone can delete notes automatically. Notes can be
deleted after one day, one week or one month.
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Date & time settings
To auto-delete notes:
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Select the D e f a u l t v i e w
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Select the day that We e k s t a r t s o n
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » O rg a n i se r » Calend ar
» O p t io ns » S et t i n g s » A u t o -d e le t e no t es .
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Select a C a len d ar t o n e
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Select how often to A u t o - d e l e t e n o t e s
2. Highlight the required frequency, or N e v e r and then press Se le ct .
A message confirms whether auto-delete is activated or not.
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To-do list
Vie w i n g n o t e s
To view a note:
The To-do list enables you to create notes for tasks you have to do.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r » Note s .
You can send a to-do note to another phone as a text message, or
as a multimedia message or by Bluetooth. You can also save a to-do
note to the calendar.
2. Scroll to the note you want to view and press Vi ew .
Ed iti n g n o te s
Opening the to-do list
To edit a note:
To open the to-do list:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r » Note s .
From the stand-by display, press Men u » O rg a n is e r » To - d o
l i st .
2. Scroll to the note you want to edit and press Vie w » Edi t .
3. Use the N U M B E R keys to make the required changes to the note and
press S a v e .
Any to-do notes will be displayed.
A message confirms that the note is saved.
C re a t i n g a t o - d o l i s t
Deleting notes
To create a to-do list:
You can delete notes one at a time or all at once.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n is e r » To - d o
li s t .
To delete one note:
2. If this is the first To-do list press Add , otherwise press O p t i o n s .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r » Note s .
3. With Add highlighted, press S e l e c t .
2. Scroll to the note you want to delete and press O p t i o n s » D e l e t e .
4. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter Su bject: details.
3. Press Yes to confirm.
5. Highlight Hi gh , M e d i u m or Lo w priority and then press S e l e c t .
The priority determines where the to-do note will be displayed in your
list of to-do notes. High priority notes are displayed at the top of the
list, whilst low priority notes are displayed at the bottom of the list.
A message confirms that the note is deleted.
To delete all notes:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r » Note s »
O p t i o n s » De let e al l n o t e s .
6. Use the N U M B E R keys to enter the due date and time and set an
alarm if required.
2. Press O K to confirm.
7. Then select S ave .
A message confirms that all the notes are deleted.
A message confirms that the To-do note is saved.
Sending notes
To change the priority, view the to-do note and select the deadline
option. You can also mark notes as done, edit and delete them.
You can send a note to another phone using Bluetooth or the
messaging service.
Deleting a to-do list
To send a note as a message:
To delete a to-do list
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r » Note s .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n is e r » To - d o
li s t .
2. Scroll to the note you want to send and press O p t io n s » Sen d
n o t e » S e n d a s m e ss a g e .
2. Scroll to the desired to-do note and press O p t i o n s .
To send a note using Bluetooth:
3. Scroll to D e l e t e or De let e al l n o t e s and then press Se lect .
4. Press Ye s to confirm.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r » Note s .
A message confirms the deletion.
2. Scroll to the note you want to send and press O p t io n s » Sen d
n o t e » Via B lu e t o o t h .
If you mark your to-do notes as completed when you have
finished your tasks, you can select D e l e t e d o n e n o t e s to
delete all the completed to-do notes at once.
3. Highlight the device you want to send the note to, and press
Se le ct .
Notes
Calculator
You can write yourself notes as reminders, but these are not
associated with the calendar and do not alert you with an alarm.
The calculator in your Vertu phone adds, subtracts, multiplies,
divides, calculates the square and the square root.
C re a t i n g n o t e s
To perform a calculation:
To create a note:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n i se r »
C a lc u l a t o r .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » O rg a n is e r » N o t e s .
2. When 0 is displayed, enter the first number in the calculation.
2. If this is the first note, press Add otherwise press O p t i o n s .
Press # to enter a decimal point.
3. Scroll to M ak e a n o t e and then press S ele c t .
Press * to display more functions.
4. Use the N U M B E R keys to write the note and press S a v e .
3. Press O p t i o n s and select the function you want to perform.
A message confirms that the note is saved.
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4. Enter the second number.
5. Press the = sign to display the result on the bottom line of the screen.
6. To start a new calculation, select and hold C l e a r .
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Activating the snooze function
To activate the snooze function:
1. When the alarm sounds press S no o z e .
2. The alarm will sound again after the Snooze time-out duration defined
when setting the alarm.
3. If you leave the alarm ringing, it will ring for approximately one minute
and then go into snooze mode.
Timer
To set the timer:
The Time menu has the following functions:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Tim e » Tim e r .
Alarm clock
Date and time
2. Select N o rm a l t i m e r and enter the alarm time. Select O K .
Timer
Stopwatch
3. Use the N U M B E R keys to write a note text to display when the time
expires.
4. Select S t a r t to begin the timer.
Alarm clock
To stop the timer:
You can set your Vertu phone to sound an alarm at a desired time.
The alarm will sound even if your Vertu phone is switched off.
From the stand-by display, press M enu » Ti m e » Ti m er » S t o p
timer .
Setting the alarm
To change the timer:
To set the alarm:
To change the timer, select Me nu » Ti m e » Ti m er » C h a n g e t i m e .
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Ti m e » A la rm c l o ck .
When the alarm time is reached, your Vertu sounds a tone and
flashes the note that you created. The alarm sounds for
approximately 60 seconds. To stop the alarm press any key.
2. Use the number keys to enter the time you want the alarm to sound.
3. Scroll down to set the R ep ea t : feature.
To stop the alarm and delete the note, press E x i t , or press Rest ar t
to start the timer again.
4. If you select O n , scroll down to select the Re peat d ays: . Press
Ma rk to select the repeat days required. Press D o n e when
complete.
To set the interval timer with up to 10 intervals, first enter the
intervals.
5. Scroll down to set the A la r m t o n e : . Choose from the standard
tone or one stored in the Gallery files, or one previously downloaded.
6. Scroll down to select the S n o o z e t i m e - o u t : in minutes.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Tim e » Tim e r »
In terv al tim e r .
7. Select S ave when complete.
2. Select A d d n ew t i m e r and enter the timer name. Select Sav e .
A message confirms that the alarm is on and a small bell icon is
visible on the stand-by display.
3. Enter the name for the first period. Select S a v e .
C a n c e ll in g t he a l a rm
5. Press S e l e c t to edit or delete the period, add a new period, or to
start the timer.
4. Enter the time for the first period. Select O K .
To cancel the alarm:
To start the interval timer:
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Ti m e » Alar m clo ck »
Alarm:.
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Tim e » Tim e r »
In terv al tim e r .
2. Use the left or right J O Y S T I C K to select O f f and then scroll down
to S ave .
2. Scroll to the interval timer required and press S e l e c t .
3. Scroll to S t a r t t i m e r and press S t a r t .
A message confirms that the alarm setting has been saved.
To stop the interval timer:
Tu rn i n g o ff t h e a l a rm
1. From the stand-by display, press M enu » Tim e .
To turn off a ringing alarm:
2. Scroll to the interval timer and press S e l e c t .
1. When the alarm sounds press S t o p .
3. Select either C h a n g e t i m e to adjust the timer, or S t o p t im e r to
stop the countdown.
2. If your Vertu phone is switched off when the alarm sounds, a
message asks if you want to switch the phone on. Press Ye s to
switch the phone on or press N o to leave the phone switched off.
4. Press S e l e c t to confirm.
Do not press Yes when wireless phone use is prohibited or
when it may cause interference or danger.
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Date and time
Stopwatch
Allows you to change the date and time settings and to set the
phone to show or hide the date and time in stand-by mode.
Use the stopwatch to measure time, take intermediate times or take
lap times. You can save times under a specified name. During
timing, the other functions of the phone can be used
To adjust the date and time settings:
For more information on the stopwatch, refer to “Stopwatch” on
page 9.
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » Ti m e » D a t e a n d t i m e
» Date & time settings
2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S ele c t to
customise the time settings:
D at e : enables you to use the N U M B E R keys to set the date on the
phone
Ti m e: enables you to use the N U M B E R keys to set the time on the
clock
Ti m e z o ne : enables you to set the valid offset from GMT
D a y l i g h t sa v i n g : enables you to select between Wintertime or
Summertime (+1 or +2 hours) daylight saving periods.
3. Scroll down and select S a v e to confirm your settings.
To adjust the date format:
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » Tim e » D a t e a n d t i m e
» D a t e a n d t i m e f o r m a t » D at e .
2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S ele c t to
customise the time settings:
D a t e o n st a n d b y s c r. enables you to show or hide the date on
the stand-by screen
D a t e f o r m a t sets how the date will be displayed
D a t e s e p a r a t o r sets whether spaces, dots or slashes are used.
To adjust the time format:
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » Ti m e » D a t e a n d t i m e
» D a t e a n d t i m e f o r m a t » Tim e .
2. Scroll to one of the following options and then press S ele c t to
customise the time settings:
C lo ck enables you to choose from D ig i t al , A n a lo g u e or H id e
c lo ck
Ti m e f o r m at sets the time in 24-hour or 12-hour format
Automatic update of time
This is a network service. You can set your Vertu phone to update
the time from the network when you turn the phone on. If the clock
is 30 seconds or more off the network time, the time will be updated
automatically to reflect the network time.
Automatic update of the time does not change the time you have set
for the alarm clock, calendar, or alarm notes. These are in local time.
Updating may cause some alarms that you have set to expire.
To use automatic time update:
1. From the stand-by display, press Men u » Ti m e » D a t e a n d t i m e
» Auto-update of time.
2. Scroll to one of the options and then press Se lect :
O n updates the time automatically
C o n f i r m f i r s t requests confirmation before updating the time.
You can accept or decline the update
O f f disables automatic updates of time.
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Ve h i c l e ch a rg e r
The vehicle charger recharges your Vertu phone battery quickly and
safely from a standard 12 or 24 volt (DC) vehicle cigarette lighter
outlet.
Only use the vehicle charger specifically designed for use
with your Vertu phone.
Never attempt to use a vehicle charger if it has been
damaged.
Only use the vehicle charger in a stationary vehicle.
The time taken to charge your battery depends on its existing
charge. You can use your phone normally during the charging
process, although this will increase the time to charge.
This section shows how to use the vehicle charger with your
Vertu phone.
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The vehicle charger is not supplied with your Vertu phone, but is
available separately. For more information about the availability of
accessories approved for use with your Vertu phone, contact Vertu
Concierge.
Insert the charger connector into
the bottom of your Vertu phone as
shown.
Keep all parts out of reach of small children.
Use only batteries, chargers and accessories approved
by Vertu for use with this particular phone model. The
use of any other types may invalidate any approval or
warranty applying to the phone and may be dangerous.
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When you disconnect an accessory cable from your
Vertu phone, hold and pull the connector at the end of
the cable, not the cable itself.
To optimise the performance and lifetime of your accessories, and
protect your warranty coverage, observe the following handling and
usage precautions:
Connect the charger to the
powered cigarette lighter outlet.
The green indicator light will
illuminate to show the charger is
connected to the power outlet. A
confirmation message is displayed
if your Vertu phone is switched on.
Some cigarette lighter sockets are only powered when the vehicle
ignition is switched on.
Keep dry. Precipitation, humidity and all types of liquids or
moisture can contain minerals that will corrode electronic
circuits
The vibrating alert is disabled while the charger is connected to your
Vertu phone.
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Do not use or store in dirty or dusty areas
When the battery is fully charged, the battery charge indicator stops
animating. Disconnect the car charger from the cigarette lighter
outlet before you unplug it from your Vertu phone.
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Do not attempt to open
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Do not drop, knock or shake. Rough handling can break fine
mechanics
Do not store in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the
life of electronic devices and damage batteries
Do not store in cold areas
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong
detergents to clean
Do not paint.
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