Contents
For your safety.................................................................................... 1
Battery and charger .................................................................................... 2
Care and maintenance ..................................................................... 4
Your phone at a glance..................................................................... 5
Indicators and icons in idle mode ................................................. 8
Menu tree ........................................................................................... 10
Getting started .................................................................................. 13
Inserting the SIM card and the battery ........................................................ 13
Charging the battery ................................................................................. 14
Switching the phone on or off .................................................................... 14
Call functions .................................................................................... 16
Making calls ............................................................................................. 16
International calls ..................................................................................... 16
Redialling ................................................................................................. 16
Dialling a phone number in the Directory .................................................... 16
Last number redial .................................................................................... 17
Dialling a phone number as an alarm ......................................................... 17
Receiving incoming calls ........................................................................... 17
Adjusting the earpiece volume ................................................................... 18
Retrieving voicemails ................................................................................ 18
Handling a second call during a call ........................................................... 18
Switching between calls ............................................................................ 18
Handsfree ................................................................................................ 18
Main Menu ............................................................................................... 18
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Directory ............................................................................................. 19
Adding an entry in the Directory ................................................................. 19
Dialling a number in the Directory .............................................................. 20
Searching for a number in the Directory ..................................................... 20
Deleting an entry in the Directory ............................................................... 20
Modifying an entry in the Directory ............................................................. 21
To edit a number before dialling ................................................................. 21
Category .................................................................................................. 21
Copying an entry ...................................................................................... 21
Viewing an entry ....................................................................................... 22
Sending via SMS ...................................................................................... 22
Calls .................................................................................................... 23
Records ................................................................................................... 23
Missed calls ............................................................................................. 23
Received calls .......................................................................................... 23
Dialled calls ............................................................................................. 24
Call duration ............................................................................................. 24
Speed dial ............................................................................................... 24
Phone guard ............................................................................................ 25
Messaging ......................................................................................... 26
SMS ........................................................................................................ 26
Writing and sending a text message .......................................................... 26
To send a message to several recipients .................................................... 27
Reading a message .................................................................................. 27
Replying to a message ............................................................................. 28
Forwarding a message ............................................................................. 28
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Erasing a message ................................................................................... 28
Saving a phone number from a message ................................................... 28
Calling back from a message .................................................................... 29
Saving a graphic from an EMS message .................................................... 29
Moving a message ................................................................................... 29
SMS Folders ............................................................................................ 29
To enter a Folder ...................................................................................... 29
To create a new folder ............................................................................... 30
To rename a folder ................................................................................... 30
To delete a folder ...................................................................................... 30
Groups .................................................................................................... 30
To set up a group ...................................................................................... 30
To modify a group ..................................................................................... 31
To delete a group ...................................................................................... 31
To delete all groups ................................................................................... 31
SMS Setting ............................................................................................. 31
MMS ....................................................................................................... 32
Writing and sending an MMS message ...................................................... 32
Receiving and reading MMS messages ...................................................... 34
Replying to an MMS message ................................................................... 34
Forwarding an MMS message ................................................................... 34
Saving a phone number from an MMS message ......................................... 35
Saving a picture from an MMS message .................................................... 35
Saving a ring tone from an MMS message ................................................. 35
Erasing an MMS message ........................................................................ 35
To erase all the MMS messages in an MMS folder ...................................... 36
MMS Folders ........................................................................................... 36
MMS Setting ............................................................................................ 36
Cell broadcast messages .......................................................................... 37
CB Setting ............................................................................................... 37
To set a CB channel.................................................................................. 37
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WAP ..................................................................................................... 38
Setting up a WAP connection .................................................................... 38
Renaming the settings .............................................................................. 39
Changing the settings ............................................................................... 39
Default ..................................................................................................... 39
Making a WAP internet connection ............................................................ 39
Browsing pages on the Internet ................................................................. 40
My Favourites .......................................................................................... 40
Adding a new favourite ............................................................................. 40
Connecting to a URL in My Favourites ....................................................... 40
Modifying a record in My Favourites ........................................................... 41
Deleting a record in My Favourites ............................................................. 41
Emptying the cache .................................................................................. 41
PDA ...................................................................................................... 42
Calendar .................................................................................................. 42
Month view .............................................................................................. 42
Day view .................................................................................................. 42
Schedule ................................................................................................. 42
Adding a schedule record .......................................................................... 42
To save the record .................................................................................... 43
Anniversary .............................................................................................. 43
Adding an anniversary record .................................................................... 43
To save the record .................................................................................... 43
Today view ............................................................................................... 43
Searching for a schedule .......................................................................... 44
Searching for an anniversary ..................................................................... 44
Viewing the whole schedule list ................................................................. 44
Viewing the whole anniversary list .............................................................. 44
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Modifying a schedule record ...................................................................... 44
Deleting a scheduled event ....................................................................... 44
Calculator ................................................................................................ 44
Simple calculations ................................................................................... 45
Complex calculations ................................................................................ 45
Notepad ................................................................................................... 45
Adding a notepad entry ............................................................................. 45
Searching for a notepad entry .................................................................... 46
Modifying a notepad entry ......................................................................... 46
Deleting a notepad entry ........................................................................... 46
World Clock ............................................................................................. 46
Setting the local city .................................................................................. 47
Setting the local time................................................................................. 47
Currency .................................................................................................. 47
Selecting a currency ................................................................................. 47
Setting the exchange rate.......................................................................... 47
Making a currency conversion ................................................................... 48
Camera ............................................................................................... 49
Setting the frame ...................................................................................... 49
Setting the image size............................................................................... 49
Setting the Camera Mode ......................................................................... 49
Adjusting the focal length .......................................................................... 49
Adjusting the focal point ............................................................................ 49
Using the Flashlight .................................................................................. 50
Taking a picture ........................................................................................ 50
Taking and saving a picture ....................................................................... 50
Self-portrait Mirror .................................................................................... 50
Using the self-timer ................................................................................... 50
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Improving the image quality ....................................................................... 51
Viewing a picture ...................................................................................... 51
Managing the pictures ............................................................................... 51
Renaming a picture .................................................................................. 51
Viewing a picture ...................................................................................... 51
Setting the wallpaper ................................................................................ 51
Deleting a picture ..................................................................................... 52
Fun ....................................................................................................... 53
Melodies .................................................................................................. 53
Enjoy Melody ........................................................................................... 53
My Favourites .......................................................................................... 53
Compose ................................................................................................. 53
Picture Bank ............................................................................................ 54
My Album ................................................................................................. 54
User’s Pictures ......................................................................................... 55
Wallpapers .............................................................................................. 56
Games .................................................................................................... 56
Game options .......................................................................................... 56
Writing text ........................................................................................ 57
Change input mode .................................................................................. 57
Traditional input mode (abc) ...................................................................... 57
To enter special symbols ........................................................................... 57
SD (smart dictionary) mode ....................................................................... 57
123 mode ................................................................................................ 57
Settings .............................................................................................. 58
Phone Setting .......................................................................................... 58
Time ........................................................................................................ 58
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Alarm ...................................................................................................... 58
Ring/LED ................................................................................................. 59
Ring Setting ............................................................................................. 59
LED Setting .............................................................................................. 59
LCD/Keypad............................................................................................. 59
Inner LCD ................................................................................................ 59
Outer LCD ............................................................................................... 60
Hot Keys .................................................................................................. 60
Calls Setting ............................................................................................. 60
Message Setting....................................................................................... 61
SMS Setting ............................................................................................. 61
MMS Setting ............................................................................................ 61
CB Setting ............................................................................................... 61
Group ...................................................................................................... 61
Network and Security Setting ..................................................................... 61
Network Services ..................................................................................... 61
Security ................................................................................................... 63
Setting the phone code ............................................................................. 64
Setting the PIN code ................................................................................. 64
Changing the password and PIN ................................................................ 64
Setting data security ................................................................................. 64
Phone Guard............................................................................................ 65
Phone Data.............................................................................................. 65
STK ...................................................................................................... 66
VII
For your safety
Please read the following guidelines carefully. Failure to comply with them may be
dangerous and could affect your warranty.
Road safety comes first
Do not use a hand-held phone while driving; park the vehicle first or use an in-vehicle
hands-free device when necessary.
Safety in vehicles equipped with an airbag
Do not place the phone in the area near where an airbag can be deployed. The airbag
could propel the phone with great force and cause injury to occupants of the vehicle.
Switch off when refuelling
Do not use the phone at a petrol station or near fuels or chemicals.
Switch off in aircraft
Mobile phones can cause interference. Using them while on board an aircraft is both
illegal and dangerous.
Switch off in hospitals
Follow all hospital rules and regulations. When near medical equipment, switch off the
phone.
Anyone with a pacemaker …
Should always keep the phone more than 6 inches from their pacemaker when the
phone is turned on.
Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker in order to minimize the potential for
interference.
Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
Should consult your doctor or the manufacturer of the medical device if you have
any questions.
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For your safety
Interference
All mobile phones may be subject to radio interference, which could affect their
performance.
Use sensi bly
Never connect the phone to the charger when the battery has been removed.
Accessories a nd batteries
Use only approved accessories and batteries to avoid damage to the phone. The use
of any other accessory will invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone,
and may be dangerous.
Qualified service
Only qualified service personnel may repair this phone equipment.
Connecting to other devices
Do not connect incompatible products, as this will invalidate your warranty.
Emergency calls
To make an emergency call, make sure that the phone is switched on and that you
have adequate cellular signal strength. Enter the emergency number (999, 112) and
press [OK].
Once connected, request the appropriate emergency service and clearly relay any
details, including your location and contact telephone number. DO NOT end the call
until you are told to do so.
Battery and charger
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Only use the battery and charger approved for use with the Micro Snapper.
A new battery’s full performance is achieved only after two or three complete
charge/discharge cycles.
Be particularly careful if you carry a fully charged battery in your handbag, pocket
or other holder containing metal objects (coins, clips, pens, keys, necklaces, etc.).
For your safety
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When the battery is running low and only a few minutes of talk time remain, the
screen will display “Battery low”. When the battery has completely discharged, the
phone will switch off automatically.
5 The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times, but it will eventually
wear out. When the operating time is noticeably shorter than usual, it is time to buy
a new battery.
6 Before removing the battery, be sure to first switch off your phone. Failure to do so
may damage your phone’s memory.
7 If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time. In this condition,
if the battery’s voltage is too low, the phone will not display the “Charging”
indication until the battery’s voltage is back to normal. After plugging in the charger,
please wait for “Charging” to be displayed, and then begin normal usage of the
handset.
8 When the charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave
the battery connected to a charger for longer than a week. Overcharging may
damage it.
9 Never use any charger or battery that is damaged or worn out, as this may damage
the phone.
10 Do not put the battery in extremely hot or cold places. This will reduce its capacity
and lifetime. Always keep the battery in a cool and dry place.
11 Batteries must be recycled or disposed of properly. They must not be disposed of
with household waste. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire.
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Care and maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and manufacture and should be treated
with care. The suggestions below will help you enjoy this product for many years.
1 Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of the reach of small children.
2 Keep it dry. Avoid exposure to precipitation, humidity and liquids, which could all
affect electric circuits.
3 Do not keep it in high temperatures above 140° F (60°C). Electric devices including
batteries and plastic parts may warp or melt in heat.
4 Do not keep it in low temperatures. Moisture can form inside the phone, which may
damage electric circuit boards.
5 Do not use or store the phone in dusty or dirty areas, as its components may be
damaged.
6 Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or detergents to clean the phone.
Wipe it with a damp (not wet) soft cloth.
7 Do not paint it. Paint can clog the device’s moving parts and prevent proper
operation.
8 Do not attempt to take the phone apart. Inexpert handling of the device may
damage it.
9 Do not drop, knock or shake it. Rough handling can cause product damage.
10 When you disconnect the power cord of any accessory, grasp and pull the plug, not
the cord.
11 If the phone, battery, charger or any other accessory is not working properly,
please contact the place of purchase as soon as possible.
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Your phone at a glance
Display and keypad
Headset socket
Earpiece
Antenna
Internal display
Volume keys/
Function keys
External display
LED
Lens
Self-portrait mirror
Flashlight
Loudspeaker
Soft keys
Menu
No
Navigation keys
Ok
Charger interface
Number keys
#
*
Microphone
0
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Your phone at a glance
Keypad Description
Menu
In idle mode, press to access Main Menu or options.
Press and hold to go back to standby screen.
OK
Press to make or answer a call.
In idle mode, press to display the 30 most recently dialled numbers.
Press to confirm a selected setting/option.
NO
Press and hold to switch the phone on or off.
Press to end a call.
Press to exit from a function.
Soft keys
Press to perform the functions indicated at the bottom left/right of the screen.
Volume/function Keys
Press to adjust the earpiece volume up or down during a call.
In idle mode, press to access and select profiles.
If the phone is closed, press and hold to turn on the backlight of the external
display. When the backlight is on, release and then press again to activate the
flashlight.
If there is a missed call and the phone is closed, press to display the phone
number (or caller’s name) of a missed call.
If there is an incoming call and the phone is closed, press and hold to turn off the
ring tone. You may then answer the phone, or you can press and hold again to
reject the call.
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Your phone at a glance
Navigation Keys
Press to move the cursor.
In idle mode, press the up/down button on the navigation key to access the
Directory, press the left button on the navigation key to access the SMS menu,
press the right button on the navigation key to access the MMS menu.
Note
Can be user assigned, see Hot Keys on page 60.
Number Keys
Press to enter numbers and characters.
In idle mode, press and hold to dial the corresponding speed dial number (when
programmed).
0
Press to enter 0.
Press and hold to enter + (international prefix).
#
Press to enter #
In idle mode, press and hold to display the owner’s phone number (when
programmed).
*
Press to enter * .
In idle mode, press twice in succession to display P, which provides a 3-second
pause, which may be helpful when using automated services.
When entering text, press to display special symbols.
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Indicators and icons in idle mode
Idle mode refers to the status when the mobile phone is switched on and ready for use
(when there is not a call in progress and no key presses have been made). The
following indicators and icons advise you of the operational status of your phone:
Internal display
Battery level indicator: The more segments you see, the more power you have
left.
Signal strength indicator: The more bars displayed, the better the signal
strength.
Vibrate mode active (with no ring but with vibration)
Silent mode active (with no ring and no vibration)
Alarm clock set
Roaming mode active
Headset inserted
New MMS
New text message
Messages full
All incoming calls are diverted
GPRS network is available
New voicemail messages
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Indicators and icons in idle mode
External display
Battery level indicator: The more segments you see, the more power you have
left.
Signal strength indicator: The more bars displayed, the better the signal
strength.
Vibrate mode active (with no ring but with vibration)
Silent mode active (with no ring and no vibration)
Missed call
New MMS
New text message
Alarm indicator
All incoming calls are diverted
New voicemail messages
LED indicator
Your phone has a LED on the cover. There are several cases in which the LED
flashes.
Roaming: Orange light flashing slowly
Charging: Steady red light
Low battery: Red light flashing slowly
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Menu tree
The Menu items (menus, submenus and options) are numbered and can be accessed
quickly with a sequence of key presses. For example, press [Menu], [4], [2] (M-4-2) to
access Calculator.
[Menu]
Calls(M-1)
Directory(M-1-1)
Records(M-1-2)
Speed Dial(M-1-3)
Phone Guard(M-1-4)
Messages(M-2)
SMS(M-2-1)
Missed Calls(M-1-2-1)
Received Calls(M-1-2-2)
Dialled Calls(M-1-2-3)
Call Duration(M-1-2-4)
Write SMS(M-2-1-1)
Inbox(M-2-1-2)
SMS Unread(M-2-1-2-1)
SMS Read(M-2-1-2-2)
SIM SMS(M-2-1-2-3)
Outbox(M-2-1-3) SMS Unsent(M-2-1-3-1)
SMS Sent(M-2-1-3-2)
SIM SMS(M-2-1-3-3)
User’s Folder(M-2-1-4)
MMS(M-2-2)
Write MMS(M-2-2-1)
Inbox(M-2-2-2)
MMS Unread(M-2-2-2-1)
MMS Read(M-2-2-2-2)
Outbox(M-2-2-3) MMS Unsent(M-2-2-3-1)
MMS Sent(M-2-2-3-2)
Message Settings(M-2-3)
SMS Setting(M-2-3-1)
MMS Setting(M-2-3-2)
CB Setting(M-2-3-3)
Group(M-2-3-4)
Read CB(M-2-4)
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Menu tree
WAP(M-3)
PDA(M-4)
Homepage(M-3-1)
My Favourites(M-3-2)
History(M-3-3)
Setting(M-3-4)
Calendar(M-4-1)
Calculator(M-4-2)
Notepad(M-4-3)
World clock(M-4-4)
Currency(M-4-5)
Camera(M-5)
Fun(M-6)
Melodies(M-6-1)
Enjoy Melody(M-6-1-1)
My Favourites(M-6-1-2)
Compose(M-6-1-3)
Picture Bank(M-6-2)
My Album(M-6-2-1)
User’s Pictures(M-6-2-2)
Wallpapers(M-6-2-3)
Games(M-6-3)
Catcher(M-6-3-1)
Pest(M-6-3-2)
Dancer(M-6-3-3)
Sea Attack(M-6-3-4)
Bowl(M-6-3-5)
Intris(M-6-3-6)
Brick(M-6-3-7)
Box(M-6-3-8)
Settings(M-7)
Phone Setting(M-7-1)
Language/Time(M-7-1-1)
Language(M-7-1-1-1)
Time(M-7-1-1-2)
Alarm(M-7-1-1-3)
Alarm1(M-7-1-1-3-1)
Alarm2(M-7-1-1-3-2)
Alarm3(M-7-1-1-3-3)
Alarm4(M-7-1-1-3-4)
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Menu tree
Message Setting(M-7-2)
Network/Security(M-7-3)
Phone Data(M-7-4)
STK(M-8)
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Ring/LED(M-7-1-2)
Ring Setting(M-7-1-2-1)
LED Setting(M-7-1-2-2)
LCD/Keypad(M-7-1-3)
Inner LCD(M-7-1-3-1)
Outer LCD(M-7-1-3-2)
Hot Keys(M-7-1-3-3)
Calls Setting(M-7-1-4)
SMS Setting(M-7-2-1)
MMS Setting(M-7-2-2)
CB Setting(M-7-2-3)
Group(M-7-2-4)
Network Services(M-7-3-1)
Call Divert(M-7-3-1-1)
Call Barring(M-7-3-1-2)
Fixed Dial(M-7-3-1-3)
Network Setting(M-7-3-1-4)
Security(M-7-3-2)
Phone Guard(M-7-3-3)
Phone Info(M-7-4-1)
Data Info(M-7-4-2)
Defrag(M-7-4-3)
Default(M-7-4-4)
Master Reset
Serial Number
Delete all
Getting started
Inserting the SIM card and the battery
Insert the SIM card before attempting to make or receive a call.
The SIM card can easily be damaged by scratches or bending, so be careful when
handling, inserting or removing the card. Avoid water and static electricity.
Before inserting or removing the SIM card, make sure the phone is switched off and
the charger is not connected, or the memory on the SIM card could be damaged.
1
With the back of the phone facing you,
slide the locking latch and hold while
lifting the battery cover off.
2
Slide the grey metal SIM card holder
downwards.
3
Place the SIM card into the SIM card
slot in the base of the phone. Make
sure that the cut corner is on the top
right and that the metal contacts are
facing down. Slide the grey metal
SIM card holder up to lock the SIM
card into place.
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Getting started
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Replace th e battery.
Charging the battery
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2
3
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Plug the lead from the charger into the socket on the bottom of the phone.
Plug the charger into an electrical outlet. A message will appear “Charging” and the
battery indicator bar on the idle screen will scroll to indicate charging.
When the battery has been fully charged, a message will appear “Charging done”
and the battery indicator bar will stop scrolling.
Disconnect the charger from the electrical outlet and disconnect the phone from the
charger.
Note
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery.
Use only approved batteries and chargers.
The phone can still be used while the battery is charging.
You can switch your phone on or off while charging the battery. It is normal for the
charger to become hot during charging. For more information, please refer to
Battery and charger.
Switching the phone on or off
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Press and hold [NO] to switch the phone on or off.
The message “Please insert the SIM card” means the SIM card has not been
inserted correctly. Please check whether the SIM card has been inserted correctly
and is valid.
Getting started
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3
If the phone requests a PIN code, enter the PIN code, and press [OK] to confirm. A
message on the screen tells you how many chances are left for you to enter the
PIN code correctly. If you enter an incorrect PIN code three times in succession,
you will need to enter the PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code. Once you enter
the correct PUK code, the phone will return to the PIN code key-in mode for you to
reset the PIN code.
While entering the password, you can press [Clear] to delete the character before
the cursor.
When you enter an incorrect PUK code ten times in succession, the SIM card will
be damaged/deactivated. This feature protects the phone against unauthorized use
by others.
If you have set up a phone password, when requested, key it in, and press [OK] to
confirm.
The default password is 1234.
For more information, please refer to Settings>Network and Security Settings.
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Call functions
Making calls
To make a phone call, your phone must be switched on and unlocked.
1 In idle mode, enter the phone number using the digit keys.
If necessary, press [Clear] briefly to delete any characters or digits before the
cursor.
Press [Save] to store the phone number in the Directory.
2 Press [OK] to dial the number.
3 Press [NO] to end or cancel the call.
International calls
To make an international call, you can enter the + sign and a country code before the
area code and phone number.
1 Press and hold [0] until + appears.
2 Enter the country code and area code. Or press [Area] to display the world list.
Press [OK] to insert the country code and the area code automatically (where
available).
3 Enter the phone number.
4 Press [OK] to dial the number.
Redialling
You can press [Redial] to redial the displayed phone number if the call attempt fails.
Dialling a phone number in the Directory
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2
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In idle mode, press [Menu], select Calls, and then select Directory and press [OK]
to access the Directory.
Scroll to a desired record and press [OK].
If several numbers are assigned to the record, press [OK] to select the desired
number.
Call functions
Last number redial
The last 30 phone numbers you have dialled or attempted to call are stored in your
phone.
To redial one of these numbers, you can:
1 In idle mode, press [OK] to view the list of the last dialled numbers.
2 Select the desired phone number and press [OK] to dial.
Dialling a phone number as an alarm
If you have set a phone number as an alarm in Schedule, you can see the title and
phone number on the screen when the alarm sounds.
You can:
Press [OK] to dial the number.
Press any key (except [OK]) to turn the alarm off.
Receiving incoming calls
When someone is calling you, the phone will ring or vibrate (depending on your
settings) and a phone icon will appear in the centre of the screen. If the caller can be
identified, the caller’s phone number, name or photo will be displayed (if saved in the
Directory).
Press [Answer] or [OK] to answer the incoming call.
If you press [Reject], the caller will hear the busy signal.
Press [NO] to reject the incoming call.
Note
If you have activated Any Key Answer in Calls Setting, press any key (except the
right soft key and [NO]) to answer.
If Call divert is activated, the phone will divert incoming calls to the preset number
or your voicemail service (depending on your settings).
If you do not answer your call, the screen displays: “X missed call(s)”.
If the caller’s phone number has been protected in the Directory, it will be
displayed as ****** on the screen.
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Call functions
Adjusting the earpiece volume
During a call, if you would like to adjust the earpiece volume, press [Vol Up]/[Vol Down]
on the left side of the phone to increase/decrease the volume.
Retrieving voicemails
In idle mode, press and hold [1].
Handling a second call during a call
During a call, you may receive a second incoming call. You have the following options:
1 Press [Answer] or press [OK] to answer the second call and put the current call on
hold. You can then resume your first call after handling the second call.
2 Press [Reject] to reject the second call and the caller will hear the busy signal or be
connected to voicemail, if you have this service activated.
Switching between calls
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2
To switch between two callers, press [Swap].
In mute mode, your voice will not be heard by the caller. Press [Mute] to enter mute
mode; press [On] to return to normal conversation mode.
Handsfree
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2
During a call, press [Menu], select Handsfree, and then press [OK] to activate the
handsfree function.
To deactivate the handsfree function, press [Menu], select Handheld, then press
[OK].
Main Menu
During a call, press [Menu], select Main Menu, and then press [OK] to enter the Main
Menu screen. You can use other functions in Main Menu while on a call.
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Directory
This function allows you to create, edit and manage all your directory information, such
as names and phone numbers. You can store the directory information in the phone
memory or on your SIM card.
The phone’s memory can store up to 1000 entries. The total number of entries and the
length of names and numbers that can be stored on your SIM card are dependent on
the type of SIM card you use.
In idle mode, when the SIM card is inserted, press the up/down button on the
navigation key to enter the Directory, or press [Menu], select Calls, and then select
Directory and press [OK] to access the Directory.
Adding an entry in the Directory
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2
3
On the Directory List screen, if there are already some entries, press [Menu],
select Add, then press [OK].
If there are no current entries, press [Add].
In the Category field, press the left/right button on the navigation key to select a
category.
Categories available are: General, SIM, VIP, Business, Friends and Family.
You can store the following information to a phone entry: first name, last name,
company name, office number, mobile number, home number, other number, fax
number and Email address.
Note:
For SIM card entries it is only possible to store one number per entry.
4 You can assign a picture for a phone entry.
In the Picture field, press the left/right button on the navigation key to scrolll
through the pictures.
Press [Select] to choose your picture. You can set a unique picture for each entry in
your directory.
5 You can also set a unique ring tone for each entry in your directory.
In the Melody field, press the left/right button on the navigation key to select a
melody.
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Directory
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You can protect numbers so they are not displayed after you have saved them.
In the Protected field, press the left/right button on the navigation key to select
[Yes] or [No].
If you activate Protected, this record will be shown with ********* in the Directory
list. You will be asked to enter the phone code (See page 63, Security) if you need
to view this entry later.
In the Notes field, enter any further information you would like to add.
After entering all the information, press [OK]. The message “Save the record?”will
be displayed, press [OK] to confirm and save the record in the Directory.
Dialling a number in the Directory
On the Directory List screen, scroll to the desired entry and press [OK] to dial the
number.
If several numbers are assigned to the entry, press the up/down button on the
navigation key to select the desired number.
Searching for a number in the Directory
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2
3
On the Directory List screen, press [Menu] and select Search. The display will
prompt “Enter Keyword”. You can enter a keyword of a name.
Press [OK] to start searching. The entry or entries that include(s) the keyword will
be displayed.
Press [OK] to dial the number.
If several numbers are assigned to an entry, press the up/down button on the
navigation key to select the desired number.
Deleting an entry in the Directory
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2
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On the Directory List screen, scroll to the entry that you would like to delete, press
[Menu], select Delete, and then the display will prompt: “Delete it?”.
Or on the entry viewing screen, press [Menu], select Delete, and then the display
will prompt: “Delete it?”.
Press [OK] to delete it, or press [NO] to cancel the action.
Directory
Modifying an entry in the Directory
If you would like to modify an entry in the Directory, scroll to the entry you would like to
change.
Press [Menu], select Edit, and then make any changes you would like.
Press [OK] and the display will prompt “Save the record?”, press [OK] to save your
changes or press [NO] to cancel the action.
To edit a number before dialling
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On the Directory List screen, scroll to the desired entry and press [Menu].
Select Edit to dial and press [OK].
If several numbers are assigned to the entry, press the up/down button on the
navigation key to select the desired number.
The selected number is then displayed on the screen.
Press [OK] to dial the number.
Note
You can make some corrections before you dial the selected number, such as: add the
country code and the area code before the phone number, then press [OK] to dial an
international call.
Category
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On the Directory List screen, press [Menu], select Category, and then press [OK].
Scroll to the desired category and press [OK]. The screen will display all the entries
in the selected category.
Copying an entry
You can copy an entry from the phone memory to the SIM card, or vice versa.
1 On the Directory List screen, scroll to the entry that you’d like to copy, press
[Menu], select Copy,and press [OK].
2 Select Copy to SIM or Copy to Phone and press [OK].
If you would like to copy an entry containing several numbers from the phone
memory to the SIM card, select the phone number you would like to copy and press
[OK].
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Viewing an entry
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2
On the Directory List screen, scroll to the desired entry and press [View] to view
this entry in detail.
Press [Prev]/[Next] to view the previous/next entry.
Sending via SMS
You can send the entries in Directory to another compatible phone as SMS.
1 On the Directory List screen, scroll to the entry you would like to send, press
[Menu], and then select Send via SMS.
2 Enter the recipient’s phone number and press [OK].
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Calls
In idle mode, press [Menu], select Calls, and then press [OK] to enter the Calls
screen.
Records
On the Calls screen, select Records and then press [OK] to enter the Records
screen. The following options are available: Missed Calls, Received Calls, Dialled
Calls and Call Duration. You can highlight and press [OK] to see the entries for each
call log.
Within Missed Calls, Received Calls or Dialled Calls, press [Menu] to see further
menu options.
You can select Delete log and press [OK] to erase a single record; or, select
Delete all to erase all records.
Missed calls
The last 30 missed calls are stored. You can view the numbers and their incoming
time, and save them in the Directory or dial them directly.
1 In idle mode, when a message about a missed call is displayed, press [Incoming]
to go straight to the Missed Calls screen.
2 On the Records screen, you can scroll to Missed Calls and then press [OK].
3 When you have highlighted a number on the list, you can:
press [OK] to dial the number..
press [View] to view the incoming time.
press [Save] to save the number in the Directory.
Received calls
The last 30 received calls are stored. You can view the numbers, their incoming time
and call duration, and save them in the Directory or call the number back.
1 On the Records screen, scroll to Received Calls, and then press [OK] to view the
list of received calls.
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Calls
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When you have highlighted a number on the list, you can:
press [OK] to dial the number.
press [View] to view the incoming time.
press [Save] to save the number in the Directory.
Dialled calls
The last 30 numbers you have dialled or tried to dial are stored. You can view the
numbers, their outgoing time and call duration, and save them in the Directory or
redial the number.
Note
You can press [OK] in idle mode to view the last 30 dialled calls list.
1 On the Records screen, scroll to Dialled Calls, and press [OK] to view the list of
dialled calls.
2 When you have highlighted a number on the list, you can:
press [OK] to dial the number.
press [View] to view the outgoing time.
press [Save] to save the number in the Directory.
Call duration
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2
On the Records screen, scroll to Call Duration and press [OK] to view the duration
of the latest call, all received calls, all dialled calls and all calls.
Press [Reset] to set the timer to zero.
Note
The time format is 00:00:00 (hh:mm:ss).
Speed dial
Digit keys 2-9 can be used as speed dialling numbers for fast access.
Once you have assigned a phone number to one of the speed dialling keys, you can
press and hold a speed dialling key in idle mode to dial out the corresponding phone
number.
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Calls
To assign a phone number as a speed dialling number:
1 On the Calls screen, select Speed Dial, and then press [OK].
2 Press [Edit].
3 Press the up/down button on the navigation key to select a number (2-9) as the
speed dialling key and enter a phone number (or recall a phone number from the
Directory by pressing [Direct.]). If necessary, press [Clear] to delete any characters
before the cursor.
4 Press [OK] to save the setting.
Phone guard
You can restrict incoming calls by automatically barring designated numbers from
calling your phone.
If you only would like to answer calls from designated numbers, you can choose
Answer in the Active Guard Method, and then press [1] to set the phone numbers
you would like to answer. The numbers can be:
a type of number in the Directory (such as SIM, VIP … )
all hidden numbers
phone numbers entered by yourself
If you would like to reject calls from designated numbers, you can choose Reject in the
Active Guard Method, and then you can:
press [1] to select the Reject Numbers:
a type of number in the Directory (such as SIM, VIP … )
all hidden numbers
phone numbers entered by yourself
press [2] to select the Reject Method:
Vibrate only (there will be a vibration),
or Auto hangup (the call will be rejected automatically and without alerts).
If you would like to disable the phone guard function, just choose None in the Active
Guard Method.
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Messaging
Your phone supports three types of messaging service: SMS, EMS and MMS.
SMS (Short Message Service) messages are text messages sent and received via the
network operator’s message centre. When an SMS text message contains pictures,
sounds and animations, it becomes an EMS (Enhanced Message Service).
MMS (Multimedia Message Service) messages: A multimedia message can contain
text, graphics, animations, photographic images and ring melodies.
To access Messaging function: In idle mode, press [Menu] ], and then press [2], or use
the navigation key to select Msg. and press [OK].
SMS
You can send text messages as well as EMS messages.
Before sending a SMS, you need to make sure that the Service Centre number has
been set. A single text message can consist of up to 160 characters.
Writing and sending a text message
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3
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On the SMS screen, highlight Write SMS and press [Select] or [OK].
Write your message. The left soft key can be used to change the edit mode from
abc, to 123 or SD (smart dictionary).
When writing a message, you can access the option list by pressing [Menu]. Scroll
to the desired option and press [OK].
Send: To send the message to the desired recipient(s). Enter the recipient’s phone
number (or recall it from the Directory by pressing [Direct.]) and press [OK]. At the
prompt “Send now?”, press [OK].
Save: To save the message in the SMS Unsent folder. Enter the recipient’s phone
number (or recall it from the Directory by pressing [Direct.]). Press [Menu], select
Save, and then press [OK].
Insert a line: To insert a blank line below the current line. Press [OK].
Directory: To insert an entry in the Directory into the message. Select the desired
entry and press [OK].
Messaging
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5
Insert symbol: To insert symbols into the message. Select the desired symbol and
press [OK].
Insert expression: To insert expression characters into the message. Scroll to the
desired expression, press [OK].
Insert graphic: To insert graphics into the message. Select the desired graphic
and press [OK].
Insert animation: To insert animations into the message. Select the desired
animation and press [OK].
Insert ring: To insert sounds into the message. Select the desired sounds and
press [OK].
SMS Setting: See SMS Setting on page 31.
Back to idle: To go back to the idle screen.
After writing a message, press [OK].
Enter the recipient’s phone number (or recall it from the Directory by pressing
[Direct.]) and press [OK]. At the prompt “Send now?”, press [OK] to confirm.
To send a message to several recipients
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2
3
After entering a recipient’s phone number, press [Menu], select Separator, then
press [OK]. Add a “;” after the phone number. Repeat this to add further recipients.
Or, on the Phone Number screen, press [Menu], select Group, and then press
[OK].
Select the desired Group and press [OK].
Reading a message
When you receive a new text message, you will hear a message alert tone (if set), and
the text message icon will be displayed on the external display. On the internal display,
the message “X new SMS(s)” will be displayed.
1 Press [View] to view the list of new messages.
2 Select the desired message and press [OK].
3 Press the navigation key to scroll through the messages.
4 Press [Prev.]/[Next] to view the previous/next message.
5 Press [NO] to return to the list screen.
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Replying to a message
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2
3
When reading a message, press [Menu] to display the option list.
Select Reply or Full reply and press [OK].
Reply will leave out the original message when replying to the sender.
Full reply will keep the original message when replying to the sender.
To edit or send a reply message, see Writing and sending a text message on
page 26.
Forwarding a message
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2
3
When reading a message, press [Menu] to display the option list.
Select Forward and press [OK].
To edit or send a forwarded message, see Writing and sending a text message
on page 26.
Erasing a message
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Or
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When reading a message, press [Menu] to display the option list.
Select [Delete] and press [OK] to delete it.
On the Message List screen, scroll to the message you would like to delete.
Press [Del.].
To erase all the messages in a text folder:
1 On the Message List screen, press [Menu] to display the option list.
2 Select Delete All and press [OK]. The display will prompt “Delete all?”.
3 Press [OK] to delete all the messages.
Saving a phone number from a message
You can save the sender’s phone number in the Directory or on the SIM card.
1 Select the desired message from the Message List.
2 Press [Menu], select Save Number, and press [OK].
3 Select the storage location, and press [OK].
4 To add a new entry, see Adding an entry in the Directory on page 19.
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Calling back from a message
You can call the sender’s phone number.
1 Select the desired phone number from the Message List. Or, when reading a
message, press [Menu], select Call back, and then press [OK].
2 Press [OK] to dial the number.
Saving a graphic from an EMS message
You can save the pictures from an EMS into your phone.
1 When reading an EMS message, press [Menu] to display an option list.
2 Select Save Graphic and the picture(s) inserted in the EMS will be listed.
3 Select the desired picture and press [Save].
Moving a message
1
Select a message from the Message List, press [Menu], select Move to, and then
press [OK] to display a destination folder list.
2 Select a folder from the list.
3 Press [Move to] or press [OK].
For more information on folders, please see SMS Folders.
SMS Folders
If you have set to save text messages on the SIM card, all the messages will be stored
in the SIM folder. Otherwise, all the messages will be stored in the folders on your
phone.
Your phone memory can store up to 500 messages. The maximum number that you
can store on the SIM card memory depends on the type of your SIM Card.
All the messages are stored in the corresponding folder according to their storage
locations (SIM card/phone) and states (unread/read/unsent/sent).
To enter a Folder
The phone is pre-set with folders for Inbox, Outbox and User’s Folder.
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2
3
Press the navigation key to select a folder and press [Select] or press [OK].
Press the navigation key to select a sub-folder.
When scrolling through the folder list, the number of messages stored in the
highlighted folder is displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Press [Select] or press [OK] to enter the folder.
To create a new folder
You can add up to 8 of your own folders.
1 Select User’s Folder and press [OK].
2 Press [Add] and then enter the folder name.
3 Press [OK] to add the new folder to the User’s Folder list.
To rename a folder
You can only rename folders that you have created.
1 On the list screen of User’s Folder, select the folder you would like to rename and
press [Menu] to display the option list.
2 Select Rename and press [OK].
3 Enter the new folder name and press [OK] for confirmation.
To delete a folder
You can only delete folders that you have created.
1 On the list screen of User’s Folder, select the folder you would like to delete.
2 Press [Del.]. The display will prompt “Delete it?”.
3 Press [OK] to confirm deletion of the folder and all the messages stored in it.
Groups
You can create up to 8 groups of recipients. You can then send a message to all
members of a selected text group at the same time.
To set up a group
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In idle mode, press [Menu], select Msg. >Message Setting>Group.
Press [Add].
Enter a title for the group in the Title field.
Messaging
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5
Move the cursor to the Member field, enter a phone number (or recall the phone
number from the Directory by pressing [Direct.]). You can enter up to 10 phone
numbers.
To save the setting, press [OK]. The display will prompt “Save the record?”; press
[OK] again for confirmation.
To modify a group
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2
3
On the Group list screen, select the group you would like to modify.
Press [Menu], select Edit, and then press [OK].
You can modify the title or the members.
To delete a group
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2
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4
On the Group list screen, select the group you would like to delete.
Press [Menu] and select Delete.
The display will prompt “Delete it?”.
Press [OK].
To delete all groups
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2
3
On the Group list screen, press [Menu] and select Delete all.
The display will prompt: “Delete all?”.
Press [OK].
SMS Setting
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2
In idle mode, press [Menu], select Msg.>Message Setting>SMS Setting.
Scroll to the item that you would like to set.
SMSC No: Press [Edit] and enter the number of the service centre advised by your
network operator.
Validity: Press the left/right on the navigation key to select the length of time the
service centre should keep and attempt to deliver your text messages.
Or, press [Select], scroll to the desired validity and then press [OK].
Type: Press the left/right on the navigation key to select the type of your outgoing
messages.
Or, press [Select], scroll to the desired type and press [OK].
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Location: Press the left/right on the navigation key to select the storage location of
SMS(s).
Notification: Press the left/right on the navigation key to select Yes or No. Select
Yes to request a delivery report on your message.
Press [OK] to confirm the settings.
MMS
The Multimedia Message Service (MMS) enables you to send text, pictures (also
photos) and sounds in a combined message to another mobile phone or e-mail
address. Your phone supports MMS messages that are up to 50 KB in size. To set the
settings for multimedia messages, see MMS Setting on page 36.
For availability and a subscription to a multimedia message service, contact your
network operator or service provider.
Writing and sending an MMS message
An MMS message can consist of up to 5 pages. A typical page will consist of a picture,
some text and a ring tone.
1 In idle screen, press [Menu], select Msg.>MMS>Write MMS.
2 The first page of the new message is now displayed. Press [Menu] to display a
function list.
Insert image: To insert a picture into the page. Press [OK] to display a picture list.
Scroll to the desired picture, press [View] to view the desired picture. Press [Select]
to insert the picture.
Insert text: To insert text into the page. Press [OK]. Enter the text. To insert an
entry from the Directory, press [Menu], select [Directory] and then press [OK] to
access the Directory. Scroll to the desired entry and press [OK]. To insert a blank
line below the current line, press [Menu], select Insert a line, and then press [OK].
Insert ring: To insert a ring tone into the page. Press [OK] to display a ring tone list.
Scroll to the desired ring tone. Press [OK] to insert the ring tone.
Insert page: To add a new page behind the current one. Press [OK]. A new page
on which you can insert items is displayed.
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Preview: To view the current page. Press [OK] to playback the current page and
scroll through the pages by pressing the up/down button on the navigation key.
Save: To save the MMS message in the Outbox/MMS Unsent.
Send: To send the MMS to another mobile phone or e-mail address. See step 4~5.
MMS Setting: See MMS Setting on page 36.
Back to Idle: To go back to the idle screen.
Note
If you would like to check and delete an inserted item before sending an MMS
message, you can move the cursor to highlight the desired item (text/ image/ ring).To
scroll through pages, press the left/right button on the navigation key.
Text: Press [Edit] to display the content of text; you can then edit the text.
Image: Press [View] to view the picture. Press [Delete] to delete the picture.
Ring: Press [Play] to play the music. Press [Delete] to delete the ring tone.
3 After writing an MMS message, press [OK].
4 Scroll through the input fields and enter the following required data.
To: Enter the phone number/e-mail address of recipient(s). To recall the number
from the Directory, press [Menu], select Directory, scroll to the desired entry, and
then press [OK].
Subject: Enter MMS heading.
Cc: Enter the phone number/e-mail address of recipient(s). A copy of the message
is sent to the recipient(s).
5 After entering the required data, press [OK] to send the MMS message.
The screen prompts: “Sending”. It takes more time to send an MMS message than
to send a text message.
Note
MMS messages support the following formats:
Picture: jpeg/gif/wbmp
Sound: SMAF/I-melody/midi
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Receiving and reading MMS messages
When you have a new MMS message, the MMS message icon will be displayed on the
external display and the message “X new MMS(s)” will be displayed on the internal
display.
If Automatic download setting is set to Yes:
1 In idle screen, press [MMS] to display the following information on MMS: Sender,
Arrival time, Subject. Or, press [NO] to view it later.
2 To read the MMS message later: in idle mode, press [Menu], select Msg.>MMS>
Inbox.
3 Press [View] or [OK] to read the MMS. Press the up/down button on the navigation
key to scroll through the pages.
If the Automatic download setting is set to No:
1 In idle screen, press [MMS] to display the information on the sender.
Or, press [NO] to view it later.
2 To read the MMS message later: In idle mode, press [Menu], select Msg.>MMS>
Inbox>MMS Unread.
3 Press [D/L] to download the MMS to the phone. The animated indicator is
displayed.
4 After downloading the MMS to the phone, the screen will display the following
information on MMS: Sender, Arrival time, Subject.
5 Press [View] or [OK] to read the MMS. Press the up/down button on the navigation
key to scroll through the pages.
Replying to an MMS message
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2
When viewing the subject of the MMS message, press [Menu], select Reply.
Press [OK] and edit your new MMS message.
Forwarding an MMS message
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On the MMS message list screen (or when viewing the subject of the MMS
message), press [Menu], select Forward.
Messaging
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3
4
Press [OK] to display the items inserted in the MMS.
Press [OK], and move the cursor to scroll through the input fields. Enter the
required data.
Press [OK] to send the MMS message.
Saving a phone number from an MMS message
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2
On the MMS message list screen, scroll to the phone number you would like to
save (or when viewing the subject of the MMS message), press [Menu], and then
select Save number.
Press [OK], select the storage location, and then press [OK].
Saving a picture from an MMS message
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2
When viewing the MMS message, press [Menu], select Save image, and then
press [OK].
The screen prompts: “Saving… ”
Saving a ring tone from an MMS message
When viewing the MMS message, press [Menu], select Save ring and then press [OK].
The screen prompts: “Saving… ”.
Erasing an MMS message
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2
3
On the MMS list screen, scroll to the MMS you would like to delete, and press
[Delete].
Or, when viewing the subject of the MMS message, press [Menu], and then
select Delete.
The screen prompts: “Delete it?”.
Press [OK] to confirm the deletion.
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To erase all the MMS messages in an MMS folder
1
2
3
On the MMS list screen, press [Menu], and select Delete all.
The screen prompts: “Delete all?”.
Press [OK] to confirm the deletion.
MMS Folders
All the MMS messages are stored in the corresponding folder according to their status
in the phone memory.
New messages are stored in the sub-folder of MMS Unread in the Inbox.
Messages that have been read are stored in the sub-folder of MMS Read in the
Inbox.
Messages that have been sent are stored in the sub-folder of MMS Sent in the
Outbox.
Messages that you wish to send later are stored in the sub-folder of MMS Unsent in
the Outbox.
Note
The phone memory capacity is limited. You will have to delete old messages before
you can receive new ones when the memory is full.
MMS Setting
To access the MMS Setting: In idle mode, press [Menu], select Msg.>Message
Setting>MMS Setting.
Basic S etting
(See Setting up a WAP connection on page 38)
Advanced Setting
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Scroll to the item that you would like to set.
Expiry: Press the left/right button on the navigation key to select the period in
which the multimedia message centre is to keep your MMS message.
Or, press [Select], scroll to the desired period and then press [OK].
Delivery Report: Press the left/right button on the navigation key to select Yes or
No. Select Yes to request a delivery report of the sent MMS message.
Messaging
Auto download: Press the left/right button on the navigation key to select receiving
the complete MMS message or only notification of arrival.
*Yes: Your phone automatically downloads messages to your phone as soon as
they come to your operator’s server. (This function is not available when you have
a call in progress, an active WAP connection, an MMS message in sending/
receiving process, or application running.)
*No: Only the notification of arrival is received. You need to download the message
manually. (This is the default setting.)
Priority: Press the left/right button on the navigation key to select the send priority:
Normal, High, Low.
Sender anonymous: Press the left/right button on the navigation key to select Yes
or No to hide your phone number.
Receive ad MMS: Press the left/right button on the navigation key to select
whether receiving ad MMS.
Cell broadcast messages
Your service provider may offer information services such as weather, traffic
conditions, etc. Your phone can only receive a cell broadcast message when it is in idle
mode. For available information topics and related channel numbers, contact your
service provider.
CB Setting
To access the CB Setting: In idle mode, press [Menu], select Msg.>Message Setting
>CB Setting.
1 Press the navigation key to select the desired option.
2 Press [Select] to check the highlighted option, which means to activate it.
Deactivate CB: Turn Cell B service off.
Channel Index: This option allows you to select up to 2 different channels for
receiving cell broadcast messages.
Auto Display: The received cell broadcast messages will be automatically
displayed on the idle screen.
To set a CB channel
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2
3
Scroll to the Channel Index and press [Set].
Press [Add].
Enter the new channel number and press [OK].
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WAP
To access WAP functions:
In idle mode, press [Menu], and then press [3].
In idle mode, use the navigation key to select WAP, and then press [OK].
Setting up a WAP connection
Once your SIM card is inserted, the phone will automatically take and use the default
WAP service settings on the card. You can also enter the settings manually if you wish
to add more profiles.
The phone provides you with five options of connection profiles; you can choose and
activate your desired profile.
1 On the WAP screen, press [4] to enter WAP settings.
2 On the WAP settings screen, select a setting group.
You can only select and use one setting group on each occasion.
3 Press [Set] to enter WAP connection setting screen. The following options are
available:
CSD Setting – settings for CSD connection
*WAP Setting
--Homepage: the homepage address of the WAP service that you would like to
use
--IP Address: the gateway IP address
--Linger Time: time delay for auto shut-down of WAP connection
*CSD Link Setting
--Dial Number: the phone number for CSD connection
--User Name: the user name for CSD login
--Password: the password for CSD login
--Call Type: ISDN/PSTN
GPRS Setting (where service is available) – settings for GPRS connection.
*WAP Setting
--Homepage: the homepage address of the WAP service that you would like to use
--IP Address: the gateway IP address
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*GPRS Link Setting
--APN: the Access Point Name address
--User Name: the user name for GPRS connection
--Password: the password for GPRS connection
Renaming the settings
1
2
On the setting groups screen, select a setting group you would like to rename,
press [Menu] and select Rename. An input box will appear.
Enter a new name and then press [OK].
Changing the settings
1
2
On the setting groups screen, select a setting group you would like to change, and
then press [Set.]
You can then edit the CSD and GPRS settings one by one.
Then press [OK] to save the settings.
Default
This option allows you to restore all WAP settings to the factory default.
On the setting groups screen, press [Menu], select Default, then press [OK].
Making a WAP internet connection
There are three ways to connect:
Link to Virgin Homepage from idle screen
On the idle screen press the right softkey [Virgin] to connect to the Virgin
homepage
Link to Homepage
On the WAP screen, scroll to Homepage and press Select or [OK] to connect to
the Virgin homepage.
Link to URL
On the WAP screen, press [Menu] and select Go to URL, then enter the URL of a
website you would like to link to, and then press [OK] to connect.
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Browsing pages on the Internet
After you have made a connection to the Internet, you can start browsing WAP pages.
1 To select a highlighted item, press [OK].
2 Use the navigation key to browse the page.
3 The following options are available while the WAP Internet connection is in
progress.
4 Press [Menu] to display the option list, scroll to the desired option and press [OK].
Quit browser: To quit browsing and end the WAP Internet connection
Home: To go back to the Virgin homepage
Add to Fav.: To add the current URL of the WAP page to My Favourites
My Favourites: To display and edit the list of your favourite URL
Reload: To reload the current WAP page
History: To display the URL you have visited
Go to URL: To enter the URL you would like to access
Send via SMS: To send out the URL of the current WAP page as an SMS
Clear cache: To clear the cache memory of the phone
My Favourites
You can save frequently used Internet addresses as My Favourites in the phone’s
memory.
Adding a new favourite
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When the Internet connection is in progress, press [Menu] and select Add to Fav.
Enter the Alias for the URL.
Note
For the first entry press the left soft key (Add) to enter a favourite.
Connecting to a URL in My Favourites
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On the My Favourites screen, select a desired favourite.
Press Link or press [OK] to connect to the corresponding website.
WAP
Modifying a record in My Favourites
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On the My Favourites screen, select a desired favourite.
Press [Menu], select Edit. You can then modify your record.
Deleting a record in My Favourites
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On the My Favourites screen, select the desired favourite, press [Del.] or press
[Menu], select Del., and then press [OK].
The screen prompts: “Delete it?”. Press [OK] to confirm the deletion.
Emptying the cache
The information or services you have accessed are recorded in the memory cache of
your phone.
To clear the cache memory on the mobile Internet screen, press [Menu] and select
Clear cache, and then a prompt will be displayed: “Clearing cache… ”.
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PDA
To access PDA functions:
In idle mode, press [Menu], and then press [4].
In idle mode, use the navigation key to select PDA, and then press [OK].
Calendar
Calendar makes it quick and easy for you to record your daily appointments, agenda
and work plans.
Before arranging the calendar, check that you have set the correct date, time and
display format in Settings. The records stored in the Calendar will then have the
correct time and date displayed.
Month view
On the PDA screen, select Calendar and press [OK] to enter the current month.
The current date is marked with a box surrounding it.
Dates shown in bold have diary notes assigned.
Press [Prev]/[Next] to display the previous/next month.
Day view
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To enter the Day view screen: on the Calendar screen,
Select the date you would like to view and press [OK].
Press [Menu], select Find a Date, and enter the date you would like to view, then
press [OK].
Press [Prev]/[Next] for the previous/next day.
Schedule
Adding a schedule record
On the Month view screen (or on the Day view screen), press [Menu], select Add
schedule, then press [OK].
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You can then enter the information in the following fields:
Date: date for the schedule record
Time: time for the schedule record
Ringer: ringer type for the alarm of the schedule record
Title: title of the schedule record
Phone No.: phone number related to the schedule record
Notes: notes for the schedule record.
To save the record
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Press [OK]; or press [Menu], select Save, and then press [OK].
The display will prompt “Save the record?”; press [OK].
Anniversary
Adding an anniversary record
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On the Month view screen (or on the Day view screen), press [Menu], select Add
anniversary, then press [OK].
You can then enter the information in the following fields.
Date: date for the anniversary record
Title: title of the anniversary record
Photo: related photo of the anniversary record
To save the record
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Press [OK]; or press [Menu], select Save, and then press [OK].
The display will prompt “Save the record?”; press [OK].
Today view
On the Month view screen, press [Menu], select Today, then press [OK] to display all
the schedules/anniversaries of the current date. If there are no records, a blank list will
be displayed.
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Searching for a schedule
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On the Month view screen, press [Menu], select For schedule, then press [OK].
Enter a keyword and press [OK] to start searching.
The schedule record or records that include(s) the keyword will be displayed.
Searching for an anniversary
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On the Month view screen, press [Menu], select For anniversary, then press [OK].
Enter a keyword and press [OK] to start searching.
The anniversary record or records that include(s) the keyword will be displayed.
Viewing the whole schedule list
On the Month view screen, press [Menu] and select Schedules to display the whole
schedule list. If there are no schedule records, the prompt “No data” will be displayed.
Viewing the whole anniversary list
On the Month view screen, press [Menu] and select Anniversaries to display the
whole anniversary list.
Modifying a schedule record
On the schedule list screen scroll to a record you would like to modify, or, on the
browsing screen of a selected schedule record, press [Menu], select Edit, and then
press [OK].
Deleting a scheduled event
On the Schedule list screen, scroll to a record you would like to delete, or, on the
browsing screen of a selected schedule record, press [Menu], select Delete, and then
press [OK]. The display will prompt “Delete it?”. Press [OK] to confirm the deletion.
Calculator
On the PDA screen, select Calculator, and press [OK] to enter the Calculator screen.
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Simple calculations
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4
When 0 is displayed on the screen, enter the first number in the calculation.
To add, press the up button on the navigation key.
To subtract, press the down button on the navigation key.
To multiply, press the left button on the navigation key.
To divide, press the right button on the navigation key.
To add a decimal, press [*].
To convert to a percentage, press [#].
To enter the second number, repeat these steps as many times as necessary.
To erase the current display, press [NO] or [C/CE].
To calculate the answer, press [OK] or [=].
Complex calculations
On the Calculator screen, press [Menu] to display a list of functions for complex
calculations.
Press the navigation key to select the function you would like to use.
MR (memory recall) displays the current number stored in the memory.
MC (memory clear) clears the memory.
M+ completes the current calculation and will add this to the current number stored
in the memory; this new total is then stored in the memory.
M- completes the current calculation and will subtract this from the current number
stored in the memory; this new total is then stored in the memory.
Notepad
On the PDA screen, select Notepad and press [OK] to enter the Notepad screen.
Adding a notepad entry
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2
3
4
If you have previously saved some entries in the Notepad, press [Menu], select
Add, and press [OK]. If there are no existing entries, press [Add].
Enter the information in the Title and Notes fields. To enter a blank line, press
[Menu], select Insert a line, then press [OK].
Press [OK] and the display will prompt “Save the record?”
Press [OK] to confirm.
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Searching for a notepad entry
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2
3
On the Notepad screen, press [Menu], select Search, and press [OK].
An input box will be displayed. Enter the keyword and press [OK] to start searching.
The entry or entries that include(s) the keyword will be displayed.
Modifying a notepad entry
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On the Notepad screen, scroll to the entry you would like to modify.
Or, on the browsing screen of a selected entry, press [Menu] and select Edit.
Press [OK].
Modify the contents of the entry.
Press [OK] to save the modification, and the display will prompt “Save the record?”.
Press [OK] to confirm.
Deleting a notepad entry
Deleting a single entry
On the Notepad screen, scroll to the entry you would like to delete, press [Del.].
The display will prompt “Delete it?”. Press [OK] to confirm.
Or, on the browsing screen of a selected entry, press [Menu] , select Delete and
press [OK]. The display will prompt “Delete it?”. Press [OK] to confirm.
Deleting all the entries
On the Notepad screen, press [Menu], select Delete all and press [OK]. The display
will prompt “Delete all?”. Press [OK] to confirm.
World Clock
World Clock displays the time of your local city and that of a world city simultaneously.
On the PDA screen, select World Clock and press [OK] to enter the World Clock
screen. The local time is displayed on the top of the screen; the name and time of the
world city are displayed on the bottom of the screen. You can press the left/right button
on the navigation key to change the world city.
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Setting the local city
You can set the city you are in now as a local city and the time will be automatically
adjusted to that of your time zone.
1 On the World Clock screen, press [Menu], select Change local city, and then
press [OK].
2 Scroll to your local city. You can now press [View] to check the information about
the selected city.
3 Press [OK].
Setting the local time
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3
On the World Clock screen, press [Menu], select Set time and press [OK].
Enter the current date and time of the local city.
Press [OK] to save the setting.
Currency
On the PDA screen, select Currency and press [OK] to enter the Currency screen.
Selecting a currency
Move the cursor to highlight either of the currency unit fields, press the left/right
button on the navigation key to select a desired currency unit; Or
press [Unit] to display a list of currency units, select a desired one from the list, and
then press [OK].
Setting the exchange rate
It is recommended that you change the default exchange rate for your chosen currency
unit before continuing with currency conversion.
1 On the Currency screen, press [Rate].
2 Change the base unit if necessary.
When the base unit is highlighted, press the left/right button on the navigation key;
then the prompt “Modify base unit?” will be displayed; press [OK] to confirm. Then
you can change the base unit as desired.
3 Move the cursor to another currency unit, press the left/right button of the
navigation key to select the one you require.
4 Move the cursor to the Rate box; you can then enter the current exchange rate.
Press [Save] or press [OK] to save the new exchange rate.
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Making a currency conversion
After setting the appropriate exchange rate, you can make a currency conversion as
follows:
1 On the Currency screen, press the up/down key to move the cursor to either of the
input boxes.
2 Key in the amount to be converted.
3 Press [OK] or [=] to make the conversion.
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Camera
The phone has a built-in digital camera for taking pictures. There are three ways to
enter the view finding mode of the camera:
1 With the SIM card inserted, press the left soft key in idle mode.
2 In idle mode, press [Menu] and press [5].
3 In idle mode, press [Menu], use the navigation key to select Camera and press
[OK].
Setting the frame
In the view finding mode of the camera, press [Menu], select Frame and press [OK] to
display the frame list, press the up/down button on the navigation key to select a frame
you like, and press [View] to preview the selected frame.Press [OK] to confirm your
choice.
Setting the image size
In the view finding mode of the camera, press [Menu], select Image size and press
[OK] to display the image size list, press the up/down button to move the cursor, press
[Select] to select an image size you would like and press [OK] to confirm.
Setting the Camera Mode
In the view finding mode of the camera, press [Menu], select Twilight and press [OK]
to enter the night mode and turn on the flashlight. To return to the normal mode, press
[Menu], select Normal and press [OK].
Adjusting the focal length
Using the zoom function (only available for images in SQCIF format)
In the view finding mode of the camera, press [Menu], select Zoom and press [OK].
Adjusting the focal point
In the view finding mode, press [OK] to take a picture, and then press the navigation
key to adjust the focal point and press [OK] to save the picture.
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Using the Flashlight
In the view finding mode, press [Menu], select Flashlight on and press [OK] to turn on
the flashlight. To turn off the flashlight, press [Menu] again, select Flashlight off and
press [OK].
Taking a picture
Taking and saving a picture
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5
In idle mode, press [Menu], and then press [5] to open the camera view finding
mode.
The live image appears on the display of the phone. You can use the display as a
viewfinder.
To take a picture, press [OK], and a shutter sound will be heard.
The picture you have taken will be shown on the display of the phone.
Press the left key [Save] to save the picture in My Album; or press the right key
[Quit] to return to the view finding mode of the camera.
Note
If there have been no operations within 60 seconds in the view finding mode, the
phone will automatically go back to idle mode.
Self-portrait Mirror
With the self-portrait mirror on the upper part of the clam shell facing you, manually
adjust the picture angle and distance, then press [OK] or either of the side keys to take
a picture of yourself.
Using the self-timer
The self-timer allows the camera to take pictures automatically after a specified delay
period, and therefore gives the photographer the opportunity to appear in the picture.
To activate the self-timer, press [Menu] in the view finding mode and select Self timer,
and then press [OK]. After a 10-second delay, the camera will take the picture
automatically.
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Improving the image quality
After taking a picture, press [Menu], select Improve, and then press [OK]. The phone
will then improve the image quality .
Viewing a picture
In the view finding mode of the camera, press [Menu] and select My Album, then press
[OK] to display a picture list. Press [View] to view a selected picture. While viewing a
picture, you can:
1 press [Menu] and select Left&right, and then press [OK] to rotate the picture
horizontally.
2 press [Menu] and select Up&down, and then press [OK] to rotate the picture
vertically.
3 press [Menu] and select Effect. Then press [OK] to display an effect list; choose
the effect you would like, and press [OK] to confirm.
Managing the pictures
Renaming a picture
On the picture list screen, press [Menu], select Rename and press [OK] to display an
editing box, then key in the new name and press [OK] to save the new name.
Viewing a picture
On the picture list screen, select a picture you would like to view, and then press [View]
to view the picture.
Setting the wallpaper
On the picture list screen or picture browsing screen, press [Menu] and select
Wallpaper on, then press [OK] to set the selected picture as the wallpaper.To change
the wallpaper back to the default wallpaper, press [Menu] and select Restore default,
then press [OK] to confirm.
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Deleting a picture
To delete a single picture, you can:
On the picture list screen, select a picture you would like to delete, press [Del.] to
display the prompt: “Delete it?”. Press [OK] to confirm.
On the picture browsing screen, press [Menu], select Delete, and then press [OK]
to display the prompt “Delete it?”. Press [OK] to confirm.
To delete all the pictures, you can press [Menu] in the picture list screen and select
Delete all, and then press [OK] to display the prompt: “Delete all?”, and press [OK] to
confirm.
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Fun
To access Fun functions, you can:
In idle mode, press [Menu], and then press [6].
In idle mode, use the navigation key to select Fun, and then press [OK].
Melodies
On the Fun screen, select Melodies and press [OK] to access the melody functions.
Enjoy Melody
On the melodies screen, press [1] to enter Enjoy Melody, then use the up/down button
on the navigation key to select and play a melody you like. On the melody list screen,
you can press the right soft key to shift between play mode and stop mode. To set a
melody as My Favourite, press the left key [Fav.] on the melody list screen; to cancel
the setting, just press the left key once again.
My Favourites
On the melodies screen, press [2] to enter My Favourites. You can play those
melodies that have been set as My Favourites. To adjust the volume, press the side
keys on the melody list screen.
Compose
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On the melodies screen, press [3] to enter Compose.
To compose a melody, press [Add], then press [Instr.] to display a musical
instrument list, select the one you would like, and press [OK]. To enter notes, you
can follow the following rules:
Enter c, d, e, f, g, a, b to stand for the musical alphabet Do, Re, Mi, Fa, Sol, La, and
Ti respectively.
Enter [*] to insert a rest.
Enter [+]/[-] to raise/lower the pitch.
Enter [#] to sharp the chromatic scale.
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Semibreve, dotted semibreve, 1/2 note, dotted 1/2 note, 1/4 note, dotted 1/4 note,
1/8 note, dotted 1/8 note, semiquaver and dotted semiquaver are represented by 19 and 0 respectively.
All the notes must be separated with a space.
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After you have completed the melody, press [Menu], scroll to one of the functions
below, and press [OK].
Play: Plays back the notes you have entered.
Save: Allows you to name the tune and then save to the phone’s memory.
Send via SMS: Sends out the current tune via SMS.
Send via MMS: Sends out the current tune via MMS.
Play speed: Adjusts the playing speed of the tune to Slow, Normal or Fast.
Delete all notes: Deletes all the notes you have entered.
Help: Views the online help for the composing function.
Picture Bank
On the Fun screen, select Picture Bank and press [OK] to access Picture Bank, and
then press [1]~[3] to access My Album, User’s Pictures and Wallpapers respectively.
My Album
In My Album, you can view all the pictures that have been taken using the built-in
camera.
Viewing a picture
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On the picture list screen, press [View] to view a selected picture.
Press the left/up button on the navigation key to view the previous picture, and
press the right/down button on the navigation key to view the next picture.
Fun
Managing the pictures
On the picture list screen, press [Menu], scroll to one of the functions below, and press
[OK].
Activate camera: Enters the view finding mode of the camera.
Rename: Use to rename the selected picture.
Auto view: Automatically displays all the pictures one by one.
Wallpaper on: Sets the selected picture as the wallpaper for the phone in idle
mode.
Restore default: Restores the original wallpaper.
Delete all: Deletes all the pictures in My Album.
Back to idle: Returns to the idle screen.
User’s Pictures
All the pictures received via MMS are stored in User’s Pictures.
Viewing a picture
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On the picture list screen, press [View] to view a selected picture.
Press the left/up button on the navigation key to view the previous picture, and
press the right/down button on the navigation key to view the next picture.
Managing the pictures
On the picture list screen, press [Menu], scroll to one of the functions below, and press
[OK].
Rename: Use to rename the selected picture.
Auto view: Automatically displays all the pictures one by one.
Wallpaper on: Sets the selected picture as the wallpaper for the phone in idle
mode.
Restore default: Restores the original wallpaper.
Delete all: Deletes all the pictures in User’s Pictures.
Back to idle: Returns to the idle screen.
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Wallpapers
All the pictures that can be set as the phone’s wallpaper are stored in Wallpapers.
Viewing a picture
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On the picture list screen, press [View] to view a selected picture.
Press the left/up button on the navigation key to view the previous picture, and
press the right/down button on the navigation key to view the next picture.
Managing the pictures
On the picture list screen, press [Menu], scroll to one of the functions below, and press
[OK].
Auto view: Automatically displays all the pictures one by one.
Wallpaper on: Sets the selected picture as the wallpaper for the phone in idle
mode.
Restore default: Restores the original wallpaper.
Back to idle: Returns to the idle mode.
Games
On the Fun screen, select Games and press [OK] to access Games, and then press
[1]~[8] to play the 8 built-in games (Catcher, Pest, Dancer, Sea Attack, Bowl, Intris,
Brick and Box respectively). For instructions on how to play the games, please view
the online help for each game.
Game options
You will find a list of options for each game:
New game: Starts a new game session.
Sound: You can set the sound on or off as well as adjust the volume of the sound.
Top Three: Displays the three highest scores.
Help: Displays instructions on how to play the game. Scroll through the text using
the navigation key.
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Writing text
Change input mode
When entering characters, the current input mode is indicated at the bottom left of the
screen. You can press the left soft key to switch between the 3 input methods: abc,
123, or SD (smart dictionary).
Traditional input mode (abc)
When entering in the abc input mode, you should press the key labelled with the
required letter.
Press once for the first letter, press twice for the second letter, and so on.
To enter a letter on the same key as the previous letter, wait a little longer before
entering the second letter. To move to the next word, add a space with [0].
Press [Clear] to delete any character before the cursor, if necessary.
Press [#] to switch between upper case (ABC) and lower case (abc).
To enter special symbols
Press [*] to display special symbols, select the symbol required, and then press [OK].
SD mode
SD, a smart English input method based on a built-in dictionary, allows you to press
each key only once for one letter.
For example, to input the word “art”. Press [2][7][8] first, then move the cursor down to
art..., then press [OK] twice.
A space will automatically be added after each finished word.
Press [Clear] to delete any character before the cursor, if necessary.
If the word that you are looking for does not appear, press the left soft key to switch
to the abc input mode.
123 mode
123 input mode enables you to enter numbers.
Press keys corresponding to the desired digits.
Press [Clear] to delete any character before the cursor, if necessary.
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Settings
The different functions of your phone can be customised to suit your own preferences
via the Setting functions. To access the Setting functions, you can:
In idle mode, press [Menu], and then press [7].
In idle mode, use the navigation key to select Settings, and then press [OK].
Then, you can press [1]-[4] to access Phone Setting, Message Setting, Network/
Security and Phone Data respectively.
Phone Setting
On the Phone setting list screen, press [1]-[4] to access Language/Time, Ring/LED,
LCD/Keypad and Call Setting respectively.
Time
You can change the current date and time as follows:
For date formats, you have three options: Day/Month/Year (default), Month/Day/
Year, and Year/Month/Day. Press the left/right button on the navigation key to
select the desired format.
For time formats, you have two options: 12 hours and 24 hours. Press the left/right
button on the navigation key to select the desired format.
In the Date field, enter the current date.
In the Time field, enter the current time.
In Daylight Saving field, press [Select]/[Cancel] to enable/disable the Daylight
Saving function.
Alarm
You can set up to four alarms. To set the alarm, you can:
In the Time field, enter the time you would like to set for the alarm.
In the Ring Format field, press the left/right button on the navigation key to select
one of the following format choices: Off, Ringer, Vibrate, Ring+Vibrate.
In the Ring Tone field, choose a ring tone you like.
Where Alarm-off is shown, press [Select] to display a day list, select the day/days
when the alarm should not sound.
Press [OK] to save the alarm settings.
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Ring/LED
Ring Setting
You can set the ring tone for incoming calls, SMS alerts, key presses and low battery
alerts. Move the cursor to the phone profile field, press the left/right button on the
navigation key to select one of four choices for the profile you would like: General,
Quiet, Meeting, and Outdoors. For each profile, you can change the following settings:
Incoming Call: Default Ring, Category Ring and Use Category.
SMS Tone: Incoming SMS alerts. For Tone Options, there are four choices, press
the left/right button on the navigation key to select the desired one. For alert
methods, there are four choices: Tone, Vibrate, Tone + Vibrate, and Off. Press the
left/right button on the navigation key to select the desired choice.
Key Tone: Tone for key presses (Low/Normal/High/Off).
Battery Low Tone: Tone for Battery Low Alerts (Low/High/Off).
LED Setting
You can set the LED settings for incoming calls and other LED selections.
Incoming Call: There are different LED settings for different categories of incoming
call. Select a category and press [OK] to enter the related LED setting screen.
Press the left/right button on the navigation key to select the colours that you would
like. Then, move the cursor to the last line to select the flash mode.
LED On/Off: Set the LED to be on or off for event, roaming and battery low. Move
the cursor to an item, press [Select]/[Cancel] to set the LED On/Off.
LCD/Keypad
Inner LCD
On the Inner LCD option list screen, press [1]-[4] to access Standby, Wallpapers,
LCD Setting and Fold Setting respectively.
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Standby: Choose whether or not to display the following items: Roaming Network,
Home Operator, Date & Time, Soft Keys and Anniv. wallpaper. Press [Select]/
[Cancel] to select/cancel the selected item.
Wallpapers: On the image list screen, press [Menu], select Wallpaper on, and
press [OK] to set the selected image as the wallpaper for the phone in idle mode; to
restore the default wallpaper, press [Menu], select Restore default, and press [OK].
LCD Setting: Adjusts the settings for LCD Background and LCD Contrast,
Backlight and Backlight Timer.
Fold Setting: Press [Select]/[Cancel] to enable/disable the phone to automatically
return to the idle mode after the phone has been closed.
Outer LCD
You can save settings for the display mode of the outer LCD. Scroll to Simple, Full or
Analogue and then press [Select].
Simple: displays the current time in HH:MM format.
Full: displays signal strength, battery level, time and date at the same time.
Analogue: displays the current time in the form of an analogue clock.
Hot Keys
You can change the definitions for the four directions on the navigation key. Scroll to
Up, Down, Left or Right , indicated by an arrow, and then:
press the left/right button on the navigation key to change the setting, or
press [Select] to display a function list, select a function and press [OK].
Calls Setting
Move the cursor to each function, and press [Select]/[Cancel] to enable/disable the
related setting:
Connected tone: Enables the phone to beep once when your call is connected.
Beep interval: Enables the phone to beep once at the end of the time intervals you
have set.
Anykey answer: Enables you to answer a call by pressing any key (except the
right soft key and [NO]).
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Open to answer: Enables you to answer a call by opening the phone.
Headset auto: Enables you to answer a call automatically when the headset is
plugged in.
Picture only: Enables the phone to display only the picture of the caller of the
incoming call.
Assist. Option: Enables the inner LCD to display large fonts when you dial a
phonenumber.
Message Setting
SMS Setting
(See SMS Setting on page 31)
MMS Setting
(See MMS Setting on page 36)
CB Setting
(See CB Settubg on page 37)
Group
(See Groups on page 30)
Network and Security Setting
On the Network/Security screen, press [1]-[3] to access Network Services, Security
and Phone Guard respectively.
Network Services
On the function list screen, press [1]-[4] to access Call Divert, Call Barring, Fixed
Dial and Network Setting respectively:
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Call Divert – enables you to divert incoming calls to a preset number with the
following options:
*All calls – All the incoming calls are diverted.
*If busy – Calls are diverted only if your line is busy.
*If no reply – Calls are diverted only if the call is not answered.
*Not reachable – Calls are diverted when the phone is power off or out of the
network service area.
On the Call Divert option list, press [Select] to select a setting option and display the
following function list:
*Activate – At the prompt “Divert to“, enter the phone number you would like to
divert to or press [Directory] to select a phone number from the directory, and then
press [OK].
*Deactivate – Cancel any previous Call Diverts that you have set.
*Check Status – Check the current status of Call Divert.
Call Barring – enables you to restrict incoming calls to and outgoing calls from
your phone with the following options:
*All calls out – All outgoing calls are forbidden.
*Intnl call out – All international calls are forbidden.
*Home only – Only outgoing calls to numbers of subscription country are allowed.
*All calls in – All incoming calls are forbidden.
*Call in if abrd – All incoming roaming calls are forbidden when you are abroad.
On the Call Barring option list, press [Select] to select a setting option and display the
following function list:
*Activate – Activates the Call Barring function. At the prompt “Enter net password”,
enter the password provided by your service provider and then press [OK].
*Deactivate – Deactivate the Call Barring function. At the prompt “Enter net
password”, enter the password provided by your service provider and then press
[OK].
*Check Status – Check the current status of Call Barring.
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Fixed Dial – enables you to restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers
if this function is supported by your SIM card. The PIN2 code is required. Press
[Select] to activate this function.
Network Setting – enables you to make network settings. Press [1]-[3] to access
Network Info, Pref. Network and Call Options respectively.
*Network Info – enables you to make network settings in the following ways: select
Auto Selection and the phone automatically selects one of the mobile networks
available in your area, or you can select a network from the network list by
yourself.
*Pref. Network – enables you to set up to 8 preferred networks in the following
ways: press [Insert] to display a network list, select a network , and then press
[OK] to insert the network in the selected place on the list; or press [Append] to
display a network list, select a network, and then press [OK] to add the selected
network at the end of the network list.
*Call Options – enables you to activate/deactivate Call waiting and Hide own
number functions. Call waiting is a network service which alerts you when
someone is calling you while you are on another call. Hide own number function
helps you to hide your phone number from the person you are calling.
Security
In the Security function, you can activate/deactivate Phone Code, PIN Code and Data
Security, as well as edit phone code, PIN and PIN2.
Phone Code – a code protects your phone against unauthorised use. If activated,
you will be asked to enter your phone code each time you turn on your phone. The
phone code is supplied with the phone and the factory default is 1234.
PIN – a code protects your SIM card against unauthorised use, also known as a
Personal Identification Number. If activated, you will be asked to enter your PIN
each time you make a call. Your PIN is usually supplied with the SIM card. If you
enter an incorrect PIN code three times in succession, the code is disabled and
cannot be used until you re-enable it by entering the PUK.
PIN2 – a code supplied with specific SIM cards, which is required to access
specific functions, such as setting the maximum cost of a call.
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PUK – a number key which is required to unblock a blocked PIN, also known as
the Personal Unblocking Key. The PUK may be supplied with the SIM card. If not
supplied or it is lost, please contact your service provider.
Data Security – enables you to protect personal data such as your directory, call
records, and so on. If activated, you will be asked to enter the phone code before
accessing the protected data.
Setting the phone code
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2
3
On the Security screen, select Phone Code and press [Select].
The phone prompts you to enter the phone code.
Enter the phone code and then press [OK] to activate the setting.
Setting the PIN code
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2
3
On the Security screen, select PIN Code and press [Select].
The phone prompts you to enter the PIN code.
Enter the PIN code and then press [OK] to activate the setting.
Changing the password and PIN
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2
On the Security screen, select Edit Phone Code/Edit PIN/Edit PIN2(with specific
SIM card only), and press [OK].
Enter the current password before you can specify a new one. Once you have
entered a new password, you are asked to confirm it by entering it again.
Setting data security
The feature allows you to lock or unlock the usage of the contents, such as Directory,
Call records, Inbox/Outbox/User Folder, Schedule, Notepad, Picture Bank.
When data security is activated, you must enter the phone code to access the above
contents.
1 On the Security screen, select Data security and press [Select].
2 The phone prompts you to enter the phone code.
3 Enter the phone code and then press [OK] to activate data security.
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Phone Guard
(See Phone Guard on page 25)
Phone Data
On the Phone Data screen, there are four available options as follows:
Phone Info: Enables you to view or modify the phone information (own number
and IMEI).
Data Info: Enables you to view the number of records saved in the Directory, SMS,
MMS, Schedule, Notepad, User’s Ring, User’s Picture, Logo, Photo and Frame.
You can delete the records by pressing [Del.] to display the prompt:”Delete all?”,
press [OK] to confirm. The screen prompts:“Deleting, don’t power off.”
Defrag: Defrags data for the user data area of the phone memory.
Default: press [1]-[3] to access Master Reset, Serial Number and Delete All
respectively.
*Master Reset: Restores all the original settings of the phone.
*Serial Number: Displays the serial number of the phone.
*Delete All: Deletes all the data in the phone.
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STK
When using a SIM card which provides a SIM Tool Kit (STK) service, you can press
[menu] in idle mode, select STK, and press [OK] to enter the STK menu.
Please contact Virgin Mobile customer services for more details.
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