Contents
Introduction
5
Your Ericsson R380e ................... 5
Documentation ............................ 5
Information and Communications
Suite CD ...................................... 6
Getting Started
7
Checklist ...................................... 7
Operational modes ....................... 7
The Battery .................................. 8
The SIM card ............................. 11
Turning on and off ..................... 12
Flip closed ................................. 13
Flip open .................................... 14
Security ...................................... 22
Flip Closed
25
Phone keys .................................
Keypad functions .......................
Display indicators ......................
Menu navigation ........................
Making and receiving calls ........
Phone menu ...............................
Calendar .....................................
Inbox ..........................................
Phone book ................................
Alarms .......................................
Warnings ....................................
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Flip Open Guidelines
47
The Desktop ...............................
Navigation .................................
Entering information .................
Warnings ....................................
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50
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Phone
59
Call ............................................
Call log ......................................
Settings ......................................
Online services ..........................
New ink note .............................
59
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84
85
Contacts
87
My personal details ...................
Contents list ...............................
New contact ...............................
Find ............................................
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97
Messaging
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View Messages ........................
New e-mail ..............................
New SMS ................................
Find ..........................................
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Calendar
Month view .............................
Week view ...............................
Day view .................................
To do .......................................
New appointment ....................
WAP Services
Browser ...................................
Bookmarks ..............................
Open Location .........................
History .....................................
Browsing Secure Sites .............
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Getting started with
e-mail and WAP
E-mail set up ............................
Automatically set up
service provider and e-mail .....
Manually set up
service provider and e-mail .....
Manually set up a
service provider .......................
Manually set up e-mail ............
Sending an e-mail
for the first time .......................
Using e-mail with
several configurations installed
Setting up WAP Services ........
WAP Profiles ...........................
Automatically set up WAP ......
Manually set up WAP .............
Using WAP for the first time ...
Using WAP with several
configurations installed ...........
Locating settings in
Windows 95 or 98 ...................
Trusted Certificates .................
Homepage ................................
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139
140
Extras
Notepad ...................................
Clock .......................................
Calculator ................................
Games ......................................
System .....................................
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R380
Communications Suite 191
Connecting your R380e
to your computer .....................
Synchronizing your R380e ......
Backing up your R380e ...........
Restoring your R380e ..............
Changing the language
in your R380e ..........................
Getting help .............................
Troubleshooting
191
195
196
197
198
198
201
Important Information 205
Safe and Efficient Use .............
Technical Data .........................
Limited Warranty Conditions
and International Service .........
Copyright .................................
Licence Agreement .................
Regulatory Information ...........
Declaration of Conformity ......
Index
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Ericsson R380e
User’s Manual
Third edition (September 2001)
This manual is published by
Ericsson Mobile Communications
AB, without any warranty.
Improvements and changes to this
manual necessitated by
typographical errors, inaccuracies
of current information, or
improvements to programs and/or
equipment, may be made by
Ericsson Mobile Communications
AB at any time and without
notice. Such changes will,
however, be incorporated into
new editions of this manual.
All rights reserved.
Ericsson Mobile
Communications AB, 2001
Publication numbers:
Printed User’s Guide
EN/LZT 108 2901 R3C
User’s Manual PDF
EN/LZT 108 3087 R3C
INNOVATRON PATENTS
Note: Some of the services in this
manual are not supported by all
networks. This also applies to the
GSM International Emergency
Number 112. Please contact your
network operator or service provider
if you are in doubt whether you can
use a particular service or not.
European Union standards
The
symbol on our products
signifies that they have been
certified according to the EMC
directive 89/336/EEC, the
Telecommunications directive 91/
263/EEC, and the Low Voltage
directive 73/23/EEC when
applicable. The products fulfil the
requirements according to the
following standards:
Cellular Phones and Accessories in
Combination:
ETS 300 342-1 EMC for
European digital cellular
telecommunications.
Accessories Without Direct
Connection to a Cellular Phone:
EN 50081 Electromagnetic
compatibility, Generic Emission
Standard, and EN 50082
Electromagnetic compatibility,
Generic Immunity Standard.
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4
Introduction
Your Ericsson R380e
Congratulations and thank you for buying the Ericsson R380e
Smartphone, the ultimate mobile phone and personal digital assistant.
This is an advanced, yet easy to use, product with a wide range of
features, designed to make everyday life much easier.
Your R380e gives you the freedom to communicate wherever you are
and whenever you want. Along with a host of mobile phone
functions, your R380e can send and receive e-mail and SMS
messages, browse the Internet via a WAP services browser and much,
much more.
The advanced software in your R380e heralds a new era in mobile
communications. Welcome to our wireless world!
Documentation
Documentation is designed to enhance your understanding of the
capabilities of the R380e by providing you with both a quick
reference and a more comprehensive description of the many
functions within your R380e.
Descriptions follow the two main operational modes which are flip
closed and flip open.
The term phone is equivalent to mobile or cellular phone.
Quick Guide
The Quick Guide is a printed document which provides quick
reference on how to get started with your R380e where technical
instructions are kept to a minimum.
User’s Guide
The User’s Guide is a printed document which contains a
comprehensive description of all the functions in your R380e.
Note: Information in the User’s Guide is the same as the User’s
Manual, which is an electronic document on the enclosed CD.
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Information and Communications Suite CD
Insert the CD into your PC’s CD-ROM drive and the main menu
should appear automatically.
From the main menu you can start:
A multimedia presentation, R380 Product Information, which
is an on-screen description of the functions of the R380e.
• The installation of the Ericsson R380 Communications
Suite, for PC synchronization, backup and restore of R380e data.
•
Note: See “R380 Communications Suite” on page 191 or the CD
sleeve for more information if the CD-browser does not appear when
the CD is inserted into your PC’s CD-ROM.
•
•
Change Language in R380, when synchronized.
The R380 User’s Manual, which is an electronic document
containing a comprehensive description of all your R380e
functions in portable document format (pdf).
Note: Adobe Acrobat Reader version 4.0 should be installed on your
PC to read the R380e User’s Manual.
•
The installation of Adobe Acrobat Reader version 4.0.
Note: R380e User’s Manual information on the CD is exactly the
same as the printed R380e User’s Guide. The names are different so
that the printed document and the electronic document can easily be
recognised.
•
The installation of Lotus Organizer version 5.0.
See “Checklist” on page 7 for more information.
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Getting Started
Checklist
Make sure the following items are in the box when you unpack it:
• R380e unit.
• R380e battery with touchscreen stylus.
• Charger with power plug and phone cable.
• User’s Guides.
• Quick Guide leaflets.
• CD-ROM; Ericsson Mobile Communications and Information
Suite which contains a multimedia presentation, Communications
Suite software and the User’s Manual (pdf).
• RS-232 cable for R380e to PC connectivity.
• Desk stand.
• 3 extra touchscreen styluses.
• Battery leaflet.
• Ericsson Service and Support leaflet.
If you do not intend to read through the User’s Guide or User’s
Manual before getting started, please spend a couple of minutes
reading the Quick Guide. This gives you a quick reference on how to
get started, although instructions are kept to a minimum.
Operational modes
The two main operational modes are when the flip is closed and when
the flip is open. These operational modes are interchangeable where
tasks can be started with the flip closed and, if required, continued in
the more comprehensive flip open mode.
Although the manual covers both modes of operation in detail, it is
very important to remember that many of the functions described are
dependant on them being available from your network operator and
internet service provider. Please consult your network operator and
internet service provider for more information about the services that
are available to you.
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The operational modes are as follows:
1. Flip closed.
Status indicator
Volume slider key
Voice memo key
NETWORK
18-05-00
12:00
Power on/off key
2. Flip open.
Program tabs
A -Z
Call
Title bar
Call log
Settings
Online
services
New
ink note
Program icons
The Battery
It is recommended that you charge the battery for 4 hours before you
use the R380e for the first time.
The first time you charge a new battery, or a completely discharged
battery, it may take a few minutes before you get any indication that
the battery is being charged (the top indicator does not light up and
the battery meter does not appear in the display). However, after a
short delay, both the top indicator and the battery meter will operate.
Note: You cannot turn on the R380e before the indicator lights up
and the battery meter appears in the display.
A battery that has not been used for a longer period needs to be
completely discharged and then recharged 2-3 times before reaching
full capacity. Should you need to discharge the battery, simply use
your R380e as usual until the battery runs low.
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Getting Started
When to charge the battery
When the battery needs to be charged, a beep is heard, the indicator
light (on the top of your R380e) blinks red and a battery low message
appears in the display. The battery can also be charged whenever you
wish without affecting the R380e’s performance.
Note: The R380e automatically switches off if the voltage is too low.
Charging
Charge the battery by using the charger supplied with your R380e.
You can use some battery chargers that have been supplied with other
Ericsson mobile phones using the same connector plug, e.g. T28,
R320s.
Warning! Avoid direct sunlight. Extremely high temperatures reduce
the capacity of the battery permanently. Avoid recharging a full or
almost full battery.
Battery removal and insertion
To remove the battery:
1. Ensure that the flip is closed.
2. Ensure that your R380e is turned off.
Warning! It is important that you always turn off your R380e
before removing the battery. Failure to do so will result in
loss of information.
3. Push up the release catch at the top of the battery and lift the
battery away from your R380e.
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9
To insert the battery:
1. Ensure that the flip is closed.
2. First place the bottom of the battery into position and then push
the upper section of the battery until it clicks into place.
To charge the battery using the charger:
1. Make sure the battery is attached to your R380e.
2. Connect the charger to your R380e as follows:
The flash symbol
on the R380e plug must face upwards.
Locate the flash symbol by the R380e connector.
• Tilt the R380e plug contacts slightly downwards when
inserting into the R380e connector.
• Move the R380e plug downwards so that it fits securely with
the R380e connector.
3. Connect the charger to the mains.
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•
•
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To remove the plug:
Tilt the plug upwards and pull it away from the R380e connector.
Getting Started
Warning! The mains (power) supply plug may look different
depending on the mains socket in your country. Do not connect the
AC-plug-in unit to any other item than your Ericsson Travel Charger
CTR-10. Do not separate it from the charger when plugged into the
wall socket.
Charging is indicated by:
the battery meter on the display pulsing continuously.
• the indicator on top of the R380e showing a steady red light (or
green, if the R380e is switched on).
•
Note: Non-Ericsson batteries are charged slowly for safety reasons.
Note: If you charge a battery that is empty, or a battery that has not
been used for a long time, there may be a short delay until you get an
indication of charging on the display.
When the battery is fully charged, the battery meter on the display is
shown as full and the indicator on top of the R380e shows a steady
green light.
Tip! Normal operation is possible during charging. However, this
lengthens the charging time.
Warning! The mains (power) supply plug attached to your charger
unit may differ depending on the mains socket in your country. Use
only the mains plug that is provided with the Ericsson charger.
Note: See “BATTERY INFORMATION” on page 211 more
information about battery safety.
The SIM card
When you become a subscriber to a mobile network operator, you are
issued with a SIM card that has a Personal Identity Number, the PIN
code. The SIM card contains your personal subscriber data and must
be inserted into your R380e. The holder for the SIM card is located
underneath the battery.
To insert the SIM card:
1. Ensure that your R380e is turned off and the flip is closed.
2. Remove the battery.
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S
IM
S
IM
3. Slide the SIM card into the SIM card holder.
4. Replace the battery.
Note: If you already have a SIM card that contains phone book
entries then this information can be imported to your R380e. See
“SIM card phone book import” on page 21.
To remove the SIM card:
Warning! Always disconnect the charger and other accessories from
your phone before inserting and removing your SIM card.
1. Ensure that the R380e is turned off and the flip is closed.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Slide the SIM card out of the SIM card holder.
Turning on and off
The NO button on your keypad turns your R380e on or off.
Tip! The term press and hold is equivalent to a key press time of
approximately 2 seconds.
To turn your R380e on:
1. Ensure that you have inserted your SIM card into your R380e, the
battery is charged and that the flip is closed.
until you hear a tone and the display turns
on.
2. Press and hold
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To turn your R380e off:
In standby mode, press and hold
Getting Started
until you hear a tone.
SIM card locked
Enter PIN:
****
Entering a Personal Identification Number (PIN)
Some SIM cards are protected with a PIN code.
If Enter PIN: appears in the display after you have turned on the
R380e:
1. Enter your PIN code. If you make a mistake while entering your
PIN, erase the incorrect entry by pressing
clear. The code
you enter appears as asterisks (*) in the display, unless 1 or 9 is
entered as the first digit, i.e. calling an emergency number.
YE S .
2. Press
On finding a network, the name given by your network operator or
a supporting associate operator network appears in the display.
Note: If your PIN is entered incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM
card is blocked. You can unblock it by using your PIN Unblocking
code (PUK). See “Security” on page 22 for more information.
Note: If Enter code appears in the ‘Phone locked’ message display,
enter your phone lock code. See “Security” on page 22 for more
information.
Turning on your R380e for the first time
After turning on your R380e for the first time, you are asked to select
your preferred language.
To select a language:
to find and highlight your choice.
to confirm your selection.
2. Press
3. Turn your R380e off and then on again to activate the language.
1. Scroll with
Flip closed
With the flip closed there are a number of modes relating to different
circumstances. They are outlined as follows:
NETWORK
18-05-2000
12:00
Standby mode
After you have turned on the R380e (and entered your PIN code), the
R380e searches for a network.
When a network is found, the R380e beeps three times. The indicator
light on top of the R380e flashes green once every second and your
network operator’s name (in most cases abbreviated) appears in the
display.
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Note: See “Troubleshooting” on page 201 if you do not reach
standby mode.
When in the ‘Standby mode’ you can make and receive calls, use the
Phone book to make a call, view e-mail and SMS messages, view the
current days events, appointments and to-dos and activate/deactivate
a limited number of settings.
Other modes
If the name of a network does not appear in the display it may be due
to one of the following reasons:
Emergency
calls only
12:00
Emergency calls only
If ‘Emergency calls only’ is displayed, you are within coverage of a
network but you are not allowed to use that network. However, in an
emergency, you can call the appropriate international emergency
number. Furthermore the light indicator on top of the R380e does not
flash.
Note: This service is network dependant, not all networks will allow
you to make an emergency call.
Note: Emergency calls can be made when the key lock is on.
No network
18-05-2000
12:00
No network
If ‘No network’ is displayed, there is no network coverage within
range, or the received signal is too weak, in which case you will have
to move to obtain a sufficiently strong signal. Notice that the network
strength indicator, at the bottom to the left of the display, is reduced
to a dashed line. Furthermore the light indicator on top of the R380e
does not flash.
Flip open
On opening the flip, software is presented on the desktop as program
tabs, icons and functions. The stylus provided is used to operate the
software by tapping the touch sensitive screen for selection.
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Finding and using the stylus
The stylus is located in the holder on the battery, at the back. Gently
pull the stylus so that it slides out. To replace it, push it back in until it
fits into place.
Locating and removing the stylus from the holder
Note: The stylus is only used with the flip open touchscreen.
Selection using the stylus
To make your selection tap the screen lightly with the stylus.
Alternatively you can use your fingers to tap the screen, though it is
best to use the stylus to avoid fingerprints or smudges on the screen
and to make precise selections.
Warning! Do not allow children to play with your R380e as they
could hurt themselves or damage the unit. Always make sure the
stylus is in the holder when the flip is closed.
Dragging the stylus
Some of the lists displayed in your R380e allow you to perform the
action of dragging the stylus to highlight a number of entries, i.e.
deletion of a number of messages within your Inbox.
If, while the entry is touched and highlighted, you drag the stylus
over an alternative entry (or entries), the previous entry will remain
highlighted and the alternative entry (or entries) will also become
highlighted, i.e. stylus dragged down to 3rd line of list.
If you then drag the stylus back towards the line at which you started,
the lines that have just become highlighted, will become unhighlighted as the stylus moves past them, i.e. stylus dragged back to
the top line.
Any lines dragged over, that were highlighted from a previous tap
and drag movement, will stay highlighted.
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The desktop
On opening the flip, your R380e shows the equivalent or nearest
function that was immediately active with the flip closed. For
example, if a contact within the Phone book is displayed and the flip
is opened, then the contacts record within Contacts appears in the
display.
Note: A desktop view is shown for functions that have no nearest
equivalent between flip closed and flip opened.
Title bar
Program tabs
Phone
Call
Call log
Settings
Online
services
New
ink note
Program icons
The desktop can be divided into three graphical areas:
• Program tabs, containing six function groups which are located
in the upper section of the screen.
• Title bar, which indicates the active program in inverse video
and is located directly under the tab.
• Program icons, which start the different functions available
within each program tab and are located in the lower section of the
screen.
Selection guidelines
This is a general guideline about how to work with any flip open task.
To select a specific function:
1. Take out the stylus from the holder on the battery.
2. Open the flip.
3. Select the desired program tab on the desktop.
4. Tap the desired program icon. The available program icons change
depending on the program tab selected.
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5. Tap the program function and carry out your task.
NETWORK
6. Tap
Desktop icon
C
1
2
3
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4
5
6
12:00
7
8
9
0+
#
the desktop icon to return to the desktop.
Note: When returning to the desktop from a particular program, its
title bar and icons are displayed along with all the other tabs.
Entering information
With the flip open there are two different input methods which can be
used when entering information:
• An on-screen keyboard which can be used to type information,
which then appears in the relevant entry section.
• Character recognition, which can be used to write on the screen
with the stylus. The information is then recognized and appears in
the relevant entry section.
See “Entering information” on page 50 for more information.
Initial settings
For effective use of your R380e, it is recommended that some initial
settings and preferences be set up. In general, most settings can only
be set up with the flip open. This includes and covers most flip closed
functions. The quick stylus selection technique and easy to use menu
system with the flip open replaces the traditional arrow/yes selection
technique with the flip closed.
Time and date
Messaging and Calendar programs are dependent on correct time and
date settings, which can be set using the Clock program.
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To enter the clock program:
1. Select the Extras tab to display the functions.
Extras
Notepad
Clock
Calculator
Games
System
2. Tap the Clock icon.
A view is displayed in which time and date is shown.
To select the current and destination time zone:
and select Timezones. The Timezones view appears in the
display.
1. Tap
Timezones
Auto timezone:
Timezone display:
Home zone:
Daylight saving:
Destination zone:
<Off>
<UTC + Offset>
UTC+0
<Off>
UTC+0
2. Select the Auto timezone to specify whether or not the destination
clock is to use network time. A pop-up menu allows you to select
On or Off. If Auto timezone is set to On and a network time update
is received, the following message will appear in the display
“Time has been updated”. Select OK.
Note: Network time is not supported by all networks.
3. To specify how the timezones are displayed, tap the Timezone
Display and
select UTC+offset, i.e. Co-ordinated Universal Time
(UTC) + number of hours of offset, or Zone name, i.e. CET (+1
(number of hours of offset from UTC)).
4. Select Home zone: and use the left and right scroll arrows to select
the required time zone.
5. Select Destination zone: and use the left and right scroll arrows to
select the required time zone.
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6. Select the Daylight saving section you want to change, i.e. Home or
Destination, and select On or Yes.
7. Tap OK to accept and save any changes you have made to the time
zones. The display returns to the World clock view.
Note: If at any time during the above operation you decide to cancel,
select
. The display returns to World clock view.
To set time:
and select Set time. The Set time view appears in the
display.
2. Use the up and down scroll arrows to set the time or tap the clock
face and move the Hour and Minute hands to set the time.
to change the currently
3. If the date format is set to AM/PM, tap
displayed time by 12 hours.
4. Tap OK to accept the new time. The display returns to the Clock
view.
1. Tap
Note: If at any time during the above operation you decide to cancel,
select the
Cancel button. The display returns to World clock view.
To set the date:
and select Set date. The Set date view appears in the
display.
2. Use the left and right scroll arrows to select the month and year
and select the day by tapping the respective day on the calendar.
3. Tap OK to accept the new date. The display returns to the World
clock view.
1. Tap
Note: If at any time during the above operation you decide to cancel,
select the
Cancel button. The display returns to World clock view.
See “General settings” on page 170 for more information.
My personal details
Owner information is essential for the safe return of your R380e if it
is misplaced, lost or stolen. Furthermore, you can send your personal
details via infrared to another device or attach them to an e-mail when
establishing new contacts.
Warning! The information stored within your R380e may cause a
security risk if lost or stolen with items such as keys or credit cards.
Therefore, you are advised to keep these items separate.
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To enter your personal details:
1. Select Contacts.
Contacts
Contents
list
New
contact
My personal
details
Find
2. Tap My personal details and enter your personal details.
3. Tap the first name entry section and enter your name.
4. Continue with the following fields by tapping
the next field
icon. A previous field icon now appears
if you wish to go
back.
to display all your entered personal details.
5. Tap
6. Tap OK to save the information displayed and return to the
desktop.
or
Tap
and a cancel view is displayed before returning to the
desktop. Tap Yes if you want to cancel without saving or No if you
want to return to the My personal details view.
or
Tap
and a save view appears in the display before returning to
the desktop. Tap Yes if you want to save the information or No to
exit without saving.
Stylus calibration
The screen is pre-calibrated to factory settings. However, this may
not necessarily agree with how you use the stylus. Calibration is
calculated by the average stylus tap speed and the location of the
stylus tap on selection. For example, you may tend to tap quickly and
slightly off-centre to the right.
To re-calibrate the stylus:
1. Select Extras.
2. Tap System.
3. Tap Touchscreen calibration and the screen setting appears in the
display.
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4. Tap once at the centre of each of the three calibration points in
numerical order.
1
Calibrate touch screen
Tap the centre of point 1
3
2
5. After touching the third calibration point, a ‘Calibration complete’
message appears in the display. Tap Yes to accept and save the new
settings. The display now reacts accordingly. You are also
returned automatically to the system functions display.
to return to the desktop.
6. Tap
SIM card phone book import
If you have names and numbers stored in a phone book on a SIM
card, then these phone book entries can be imported from the SIM
card to your R380e.
To import SIM card phone book entries:
1. Select Contacts.
2. Tap Contents List.
3. Tap
and select SIM phone book.
The SIM phone book view appears in the display.
Import from SIM card
1. Anderson Alex
2. Bernard Fernando
3. Dahlberg Suzie
4. Hasan Nasrin
5. Hinde Martin
6. Olsson Niki
+46 33 555 2525
+55 51 555 8900
+1 514 555 0234
+1 514 555 2324
0161 555 3490
+358 9 555 9001
4. To import a phone number, scroll to the entry you want to import
and select it.
and select Copy to contacts.
The Copy to contacts view appears in the display.
5. Tap
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6. Make any required modifications to the record, for example,
assign the phone number and name to a specific Contacts field.
Note: The newly created record(s) will have the imported phone
number from the SIM card phone list entered as a mobile phone
number as default. However, if the imported phone number is not a
mobile number, you must re-assign the phone number to its correct
label, i.e. work, home, etc. Otherwise, should you try to send SMS
messages to an imported phone number that is not a mobile number,
your message will fail.
7. Tap OK to transfer the current record to Contacts or tap
to
cancel.
and select Select all.
8. To import all phone numbers, tap
and select Copy to contacts.
9. Tap
The Copy to contacts view appears in the display. The first of the
selected records is shown.
10. Make any required modifications to the record, for example,
assign the phone number and name to a specific Contacts field.
11. Tap OK to transfer the current record to Contacts and view the
next record.
or
Tap
to cancel the current copy and view the next record.
12. When all the selected records are have been view and copied or
cancelled, the SIM phone book view is displayed.
Security
PIN code
The Personal Identification Number (PIN) is to authenticate and
protect against unauthorised usage of the R380e. The PIN code is
usually requested when you turn on your R380e. To change your PIN
code, see “To change the PIN/PIN 2:” on page 82 for more
information.
The unblocking PUK code
After three unsuccessful PIN code entry attempts, the SIM card
becomes blocked. The SIM card can only be unblocked by entering a
Personal Unblocking Key (PUK), which is provided in your network
operator subscription information.
To unblock the SIM card:
1. Enter the unblocking key, usually eight to sixteen digits, and press
.
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Note: The digits are not displayed and are shown as asterisks (*) for
security protection. A maximum of ten attempts are usually allowed.
Contact your network operator if unsuccessful. Emergency calls are
still available in this state.
2. If the unblocking key is accepted, a new PIN code entry display is
shown. Enter your PIN code and then press
.
Phone lock code
The phone lock activates an identification number to authenticate and
protect against unauthorised usage of your R380e if it is stolen and
the SIM card is exchanged. It is not activated when you buy the
phone. You can change the phone lock code (default is 0000) to any
three to eight-digit personal code.
The Phone lock has three possible settings:
Off, no Phone lock is activated.
• Automatic, the Phone lock is activated when the SIM card is
changed.
• On, the Phone lock is activated and entry is required when turning
the phone on.
See “To change the phone lock code:” on page 82 for more
information.
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Flip Closed
This section of the manual describes what functions and settings are
available with the flip closed. Operation of the various menus is
achieved by directly pressing key combinations. Menu selections are
shown in the display.
Tip! It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the flip
closed functions and settings, as you would with any other mobile
phone. However most general settings, which cover both the flip
closed and flip open modes, are managed with the flip open. See the
respective flip open program chapters, Phone, Contacts, Messaging,
Calendar, WAP services and Extras for more information.
See “Turning on and off” on page 12 for information on how to start
your R380e.
Volume slider
Voice memo
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Keypad
Phone keys
Keys on the upper section of your R380e are the volume slider and
voice memo keys. They each have one or more distinctive functions
associated to them.
Use the volume slider key to:
1. Increase or decrease the volume of the earpiece. Move upwards to
increase or downwards to decrease the volume.
2. Start voice activation, when dialling, by sliding and holding the
key.
3. Switch on, confirm and switch off the office handsfree mode. See
“Office handsfree mode” on page 67 for more information.
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4. Turn on the backlight. Slide the key up then down, or vice versa.
Use the Voice Memo key to record a voice memo:
1. A long press (approximately 2 seconds) to start the memo.
2. Press again to stop the memo.
Use the Voice Memo key to play a recorded voice memo:
1. Press to play the recorded memo.
2. Press again to stop the memo.
Keypad functions
Keys on the lower keypad or flip section of your R380e have one or
more distinctive functions associated to them.
The term press and hold is equivalent to a key press time of
approximately 2 seconds.
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Use the YES key to:
Make a call after a phone number has been entered.
Answer an incoming call.
Select a highlighted item in a menu, sub-menu or setting.
Display the last dialled number list.
Put the ongoing call on hold.
Activate voice dialling by holding down.
Retrieve held calls.
Use the NO key to:
Turn your R380e on and off when held down.
End the active call.
Reject an incoming call and send a busy tone.
Return to standby mode from a menu (press and hold required)
Go back one level in the menus, exit a setting or leave a setting
unchanged.
Use the left and right arrow keys to:
Select the top-level menus.
• Move between the menu tabs.
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•
Use the up and down arrow keys to:
Scroll within a menu or list.
Use the clear key to:
Erase entered characters/digits from the display one by one.
• Erase an entire row of entered characters/digits, press and hold.
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Disconnect the microphone (mute function) when a call is in
progress, press and hold.
• Mute the ring signal during an incoming call.
• Put the R380e into silent mode, when in the standby mode press
and hold.
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Use the phone book shortcut key to:
Enter the phone book directly.
Use the numeric keys to:
Enter the digits 0 to 9.
• Enter associated characters or perform an associated function, for
example:
the 0 key, when held down, enters the international character '+'
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the 1 key, when held down dials your voice mail.
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Enter a short-cut to a Phone book entry, press and hold.
Use the star or asterisk key (*) to:
Enter the character *.
• Enter a p (pause) character if held down.
•
Use the hash key (#) to:
Enter the character # .
• Terminate the input of pin and security codes.
• Recall a phone number from the SIM card phone book (enter the
number of the memory position and then press # ).
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Display indicators
When you successfully connect the R380e to your network operator,
the ‘Standby’ display is shown. On the display a number of different
indicators can be shown if activated.
The Standby display has the following sections:
Status indicators in the upper and middle sections of the display.
• Text and digit indicators in the middle section.
• Connection signal strength and battery power indicators in the
lower section.
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Indicators
Ring volume set to 0. The ringing volume is turned off.
Silent mode. All audible signals are turned off.
Text message received. A message has been received.
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Divert calls. All incoming calls (unconditional) are diverted to a
defined number.
Mute. The microphone is muted.
!
Deciphering. The present call is no longer being encrypted and may
not be private. This function is accompanied by an alarm warning.
The indicator appears in the display until ciphering resumes, or the
call ends (whichever is first).
Note: Ciphering is a network feature that scrambles your calls and
messages to provide additional privacy.
Voice mail. An incoming voice mail notification has been received.
Infrared. The infrared port is activated.
Voice control active. Voice dialling appears in the display, if
active.
Alarm. The alarm is set and activated.
Keylock. The keypad is locked to prevent accidental operation.
Text and digits
NETWORK
Network. The current network is displayed.
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Date. Displays the current date in local-specific format.
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Time. Displays the current time in local-specific format.
Signal and power
Network signal strength meter. The more bars shown, the
stronger the signal strength, 0-5 units.
Battery meter. The fuller the icon, the more charge the battery
holds, 0-4 units.
Other indicators
SMS memory overflow. R380e message memory is full and no
SMS messages can be received. See “Delete messages” on page 106
for information on how to delete stored SMS messages from your
R380e.
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Call timer. Total call time information from start to finish.
Conference. Indicates a multiparty call is in progress.
+4355545678
Connection number. The number of the active connection, either
an incoming or outgoing call.
Note: It is not always possible to show an incoming call number due
to restrictions where unknown or withheld appear in the display
instead.
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Connection name. The name of the of the person you are speaking
to will appear in the display if there is a number tag associated with it
in the Phone book or SIM card Phone book.
Calling
Connection progress. Call status information of the active call, for
example Calling, Connecting or User busy.
Menu navigation
When the flip is closed a limited number of functions are made
or
from the standby
available to you via a main menu. Press
screen to display the main menu options.
Four options are available via the tabs at the top of the screen.
The main menus are:
Phone menu - activating and deactivating settings.
Calendar - viewing appointments, to do’s and events.
Inbox - viewing messages you have received.
Phone book - viewing and making calls to your contacts.
Select and move through the menus by using the following:
The
or
for highlighting the main menus.
or
for scrolling menu tab options.
• The
to make a selection.
• Press
•
Tip! When accessing menus you can press
to return to the
main menu. To return to the standby mode press and hold
.
Making and receiving calls
When making and receiving calls, the instructions in this section
assume that your R380e is in the standby mode.
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To obtain standby mode requires the following:
• your R380e is turned on.
• your R380e is within coverage of a network.
• your SIM card is inserted and PIN entry has been successful.
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Note: When abroad, other networks may be used on the condition
that your home network operator has entered into agreements that
allow you to use other operator networks.
+4355545678
To make a domestic call:
1. Enter the area code and the phone number. The network, time and
date disappear and the number to be dialled is shown.
Note: To erase a single digit, press
. To erase all digits, press
and hold
until the digits disappear.
Tip! When entering numbers into the phone book, enter the country
code, the area code (excluding the leading zero) and the phone
number when saving. The numbers can then be easily used when
home or abroad.
2. When the correct number has been entered, press
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.
The display shows Calling (outgoing call initiated), followed by
Connecting (a line has been allocated). When the call is answered it
is deemed as active. A call time meter starts, showing the elapsed
time in minutes and seconds.
3. To end the call, press
.
Note: The timer can show the elapsed time of the call in
hours:minutes:seconds. The hour section does not appear until you
have been connected for more than an hour.
If the call is unanswered, the number is busy or no connection is
available, press
. The number is stored in a short term memory
so that it can be easily recalled.
To recall the last number you called:
. The display shows the last dialled numbers list with
the last dialled number highlighted.
again to call the number.
2. Press
You can also scroll down the list using
or
to any other
number and then press
to call that number.
1. Press
Last dialled
1. +465551234
2. Pamela Gonza
3. Jose Blanco
4. +35321555123
5. Steven Mutele
Automatic re-dialling function
If the connection of a call fails, there is no reply or the user is busy
and the receiver's network acknowledges this, the display shows
Retry? for 20 seconds or until any other function is selected.
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User busy
+465551234578
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Retry?
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When Retry? appears in the display:
Press
if you want to re-dial the number, or
if you do
not. If you press
, the number will be re-dialled
automatically until the call is answered or the maximum number
of retry attempts has been reached. The type of connection failure
(i.e. user busy, no answer) determines the number of retry
attempts. If you press any key, or you receive a call while the
Retry? function is active, then the re-dialling is interrupted.
If the re-dialling is successful, the R380e sounds a single ring tone.
International calls
When making an international call, the international dialling prefix is
required followed by the destination area code and number.
Note: Do not include the leading zero for European and some other
area codes when making an international call.
To make an international call:
1. Press and hold the 0 key until the international character + appears
in the display. It is automatically replaced by the international
prefix for the country you are calling from.
2. Enter the country code, the area code (excluding the leading zero)
and the phone number.
to make the call.
3. Press
Emergency
calls only
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Emergency calls
Provided a network is within range, the appropriate international
emergency number can normally be called even if there is no SIM
card in your R380e.
Note: Some networks may require that a SIM card is inserted, and in
some cases that the PIN code be entered as well.
To make an emergency call:
1. Enter the appropriate international emergency number).
2. Press
. The text Emergency appears in the display.
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Receiving and answering a call
When you receive a call, the R380e rings, the indicator light on the
top blinks green rapidly and the display shows Answer?.
Incoming call
+465554567890
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Answer?
To answer a call:
to answer the call.
2. When the call is finished, press
1. Press
.
Rejecting a call
•
To reject a call:
Press
when the R380e rings. The call is rejected and a busy
tone is sent to the caller. All calls can be rejected in this way.
The display shows Busy tone sent. The caller hears a busy tone if
this is supported by the caller’s subscription. If Divert when busy is
on, the call is diverted to the number you have specified. See
“Divert calls” on page 76.
Note: A data call cannot be answered as a voice call. Data
information must be downloaded to a data compatible machine or
service. Such a call can, however, be rejected.
Fax calls
Fax calls are not supported, however they can be forwarded to
another number such as the office fax number, so it is important that
you set the fax divert calls setting. See “Divert calls” on page 76 for
more information.
Note: Fax calls are not received by your R380e and no indication is
provided.
When a call is in progress
Changing the volume
During a call the volume can be adjusted with the use of the slider on
the side of the R380e. Slide up to increase the volume and down to
decrease the volume.
Muting the microphone
To disconnect the microphone during a call, press and hold down
. Release
to resume the conversation.
To disconnect the microphone during a call for a period of time
either:
whilst moving the volume slider
• press and hold down
downwards, release
, the call remains muted. Press
to resume the conversation.
or
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Tap
and select Mute microphone.
appears in the display.
To resume the conversation tap
and select Turn off mute.
Using the display notepad
During a call you can enter a phone number or DTMF tone in the
display from the keypad as if it were a notepad. When you have
finished the call, the number remains in the display. To call the
number press
.
Switching DTMF tones on and off
DTMF tones can be turned off in the Phone menu for the benefit of
the remote party during a call.
To turn DTMF tones on or off:
1. Scroll to DTMF tones in the Phone menu using
or
, then
press
. The current setting is highlighted.
.
2. Scroll to the desired setting and press
Note: Turning the DTMF tones on or off can only be achieved when
the call is active.
Sending DTMF tones
You can use your R380e to send DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency)
tones. This feature may be used for a variety of purposes, such as
telephone banking or controlling an answering machine.
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To send a DTMF number during a call:
During a call you can enter your DTMF code with the keypad.
The characters 0 to 9 , * and # are used as DTMF tones by pressing
the corresponding keys.
If you want to send a code using the pause function, for example your
personal access number, it is necessary to use the pause function.
Before you make the call, you enter both the phone number and the
code, separated by the pause character (p).
To send a code when making a call:
1. Enter the desired phone number.
2. Press and hold
. The letter p appears in the display.
3. Enter the code you want to send. The code can be any
combination of the digits 0 to 9 and the characters * for pause.
to make the call.
4. Press
When the call has been connected, the phone number disappears from
the display. After a delay of 3 seconds, the code is sent automatically,
character by character. While the code is being sent, the message
‘Sending’ appears in the display.
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You can enter a number of pauses, for example:
PHONE NO p CODE1 p CODE2 p CODE3
When the call has been connected, the code following each pause
character, is sent automatically after 3 seconds.
Note: During a pause you can press
immediately.
to send the DTMF tones
It is also possible to access DTMF numbers stored in the Phone book
(flip closed) or Contacts (flip open) and to send the digits as DTMF
tones during a call. See “Phone book” on page 44 and “New contact”
on page 96 for how to store a number.
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Call holding
An active call is indicated in the display with the phone handset
symbol tilted up next to the connected name or number.
An active call can be placed on hold before setting up another call or
when answering a waiting call.
To put the active call on hold:
.The active call is now greyed out in the display and
the telephone handset icon is facing downwards.
You can now dial another number.
1. Press
Call waiting
When Call waiting appears in the display, there are a number of ways
in which you can manage the incoming call while an active call is
already in progress, such as:
Incoming call
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Release &
answer?
•
To place the active call on hold and answer the incoming call:
Press
.
•
To end the active call and answer the incoming call:
Press
and then
.
To manage an incoming call with one active and one on hold:
Press
to answer the incoming call and terminate the active
call.
to send a busy tone to the incoming call. If call divert
• Press
is enabled, then the call will be forwarded to the designated phone.
•
See “Call handling options” on page 40 for how to manage ongoing
calls with menu options.
Divert voice calls
Incoming calls can be diverted to another number. See “Settings” on
page 69 for more information.
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Last call
Last call information
When all calls are ended, a call summary appears in the display for
three seconds before returning to the default standby mode.
Using area information
Area information is an impersonal text message that is sent
simultaneously to all subscribers in a certain cell of a network. The
information may be a local road report or a local taxi phone number,
depending on your network area and your list of predefined channels.
The information appears in the display automatically when broadcast.
To activate area information or edit your list of predefined channels,
see “Area information settings” on page 175.
Voice mail
If you subscribe to a Voice mail service, callers can leave a voice
message when you cannot answer your calls. Depending on your
network operator, you are informed that you have received a voice
message in different ways.
When a voice mail number has been configured in your R380e, you
can make a call to your voice mail service. See “Voicemail” on page
74 for more information on storing a voice mail number.
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To make a call to your voice mail number:
Flip closed, press and hold
.
or
Flip open, tap and hold
A call is initiated to your voice mail number. If no voice mail
number is stored, a ‘No voicemail number stored’ message
appears in the display.
Note: This service depends on your subscription and network
operator. Further information about your Voice mail service can be
found in the operating instructions supplied by your network
operator.
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Phone menu
The Phone menu provides you with a number of options that can be
selected, i.e. Lock keypad, Divert calls, etc. Other options become
available when the first digit of a phone number is entered or if an
active call is in progress.
•
To access the phone menu:
From the standby mode, press
is displayed.
. A list of phone menu options
Tip! When accessing the phone menus press
to return to the
main menus or press and hold
(2 seconds) to return to the
standby mode.
Lock keypad
Selecting this option activates the keylock and returns the user to the
standby screen with the keylock activator displayed. This is useful
when carrying or transporting your activated R380e so that accidental
key presses do not start a function or a call.
•
•
To lock the keypad:
From the Phone menu, scroll
.
To unlock the keypad:
Press
followed by
to highlight Lock keypad and press
.
Missed calls
A list of calls that you have missed appears in the display in
chronological order with the last missed call in first position.
Phone menu
Lock keypad
Missed calls
Silent mode
Ring volume
To dial a missed call:
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Missed calls and press
.
2. Scroll to a missed call in the list (arrows at the bottom of the
display indicate that there are further entries above or below) and
then press
. The number is dialled automatically.
. The R380e returns
3. When you have finished the call, press
to the standby mode.
If you have pressed
without initiating a call, the R380e
will remain in phone menu standby mode with ‘Missed calls’
highlighted.
Note: You can also view the missed calls list in Flip open, see “Call”
on page 59 for more information.
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Silent mode
All sounds can be silenced without changing individual settings.
To activate the silent mode:
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Silent mode and press
.
.
2. Scroll to On and press
All sounds are now muted. The R380e remains in phone menu
standby mode with ‘Silent mode’ highlighted.
To re-instate sounds, repeat the above steps and select Off.
Tip! You can also activate and deactivate Silent mode by pressing
and holding
.
Ring volume
Ring volume
Ring volume is represented as a six-level sliding scale. The arrow
keys are used for adjustment;
or
to increase the volume and
or
the ring
or
to decrease the volume. When using
volume is adjusted silently. When using
or
the ring volume
is heard when increasing and decreasing the volume.
To change the ring volume:
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Ring volume and press
.
2. Use
or
to increase or
and
to decrease the volume
level accordingly and then press
to save the new setting.
The R380e remains in phone menu standby mode with ‘Ring
volume’ highlighted.
Note: The ring volume is represented as a six-level sliding scale, with
the lowest value O being equivalent to turning the ring volume off.
Tip! When receiving an incoming call the ring volume setting can be
adjusted silently using the volume slider key.
Increasing ring
The increasing ring consists of two ring sequences at each ring
volume level, starting at level 1 and going up to the maximum level
(6). When turned off, the ring volume returns to the level that was set
before the increasing ring function was originally turned on.
To activate an increasing ring:
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
press
to highlight Increasing ring and
.
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2. Scroll to On and press
. The R380e remains in phone menu
standby mode with ‘Increasing ring’ highlighted.
To deactivate increasing ring, repeat the above process and select Off.
Divert voice calls
Voice Call Diversion can be switched on or off. The current status is
initially highlighted when selected. The number to which voice calls
are diverted will depend on the call diversion criteria set with the flip
opened. See “Divert calls” on page 76.
To divert voice calls:
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Divert calls and press
. A message appears in the display informing you that the
phone is accessing the network.
. The R380e remains in phone menu
2. Scroll to On and press
standby mode with ‘Divert calls’ highlighted.
To end diverting calls, repeat the above process and select Off.
Infrared port
The infrared port is used for data communication via infrared with
compatible devices such as a PC or another R380e. When selecting
the infrared port, a message appears in the display indicating its
status.
To activate the infrared port:
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Infrared port and press
. A message appears indicating the current status.
to activate the infrared port.
2. Press
The modem port deactivates automatically when it has not made
contact with another device for a period of one minute.
The infrared port deactivates automatically after 10 minutes if no
activity is detected.
Note: Maximum recommended distance between infrared ports is
20 centimetres or 8 inches and they must also be at an angle of 30
degrees or less.
Next incoming
If you have different numbers for voice and data calls, this is referred
to as multi numbering and means that you can have two phone
numbers in your network subscription. If you only have one number
for all call types, this is referred to as single numbering and means
that your SIM card does not support separate voice and data numbers,
i.e. your R380e does not recognize what kind of a call you are
receiving.
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Next incoming allows you to change the setting so that you can
receive a voice or data call. Once you have set your phone for a
specific incoming call, it stays like this until you change it. The
normal setting is Voice. When expecting a data incoming call you
must therefore select data.
To change the next call type:
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Next incoming and
press
.
. The R380e
2. Scroll to Voice or Data as required and press
remains in phone menu standby mode with ‘Next incoming’
highlighted.
Service numbers
If selected a list of network service numbers appear in the display, as
provided by your network operator. Calls can be made to these
numbers but you cannot edit or add numbers to the list.
To call a service number:
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Service numbers and
press
.
.
2. Scroll to the required service and press
Hide and show identity
Your number identity can be hidden or shown for the next call,
depending on your subscription. Phone menu options only become
available once a phone number has been entered.
To hide number identity:
1. Enter the phone number you want to call.
2. From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Hide my number and
press
. The R380e returns to the standby mode and initiates
the call to the previously entered number.
To show number identity:
1. Enter the phone number you want to call.
2. From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Show my number and
press
. The R380e returns to the standby mode and initiates
the call to the previously entered number.
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Call handling options
When a call is active, and depending on the type of call in progress,
there are a number of Phone menu options that become available. For
example, with a conference call, more menu options become
available with regards to conference call handling requirements. See
the table below for more information.
Menu Option
Function
Release all
Terminates all calls.
Extract
Select a party in the conference to have a private
conversation with.
Release
Select a party to be released from the conference.
Parties in conf Displays the conference parties, by name or
number if there is a matching entry in the contacts
database and call line ID number.
Switch calls
Places an active call on hold and retrieves a held
call.
Transfer calls
Connects two remote parties together, active and
held calls, while disconnecting yourself. This is not
available if a conference call is active.
Join calls
Joins an existing call to a conference, up to a
maximum of 5 parties.
Release active Terminates the active call.
Release held
Releases a held call.
Hold call
Places the current active call on hold.
DTMF tones
Allows DTMF tones to be muted while making a
notepad entry during a call to prevent them from
being audible to the other party.
Copy number
Copies the contents of the number entry window to
the clipboard.
Paste number
Copies the contents of the clipboard to the number
entry window.
Call holding
To put a call on hold and make another call:
to highlight Hold call and press
to put the active call on hold.
2. Enter the number of the person you want to include in the
conference and press
. The active call is now displayed
above the held call.
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
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Call switching
You can switch between an active call and a call on hold.
•
To switch between an active and a held call:
From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Switch calls and press
.
The active call is put on hold and the held call is made active.
Call transfer
You can transfer an active call to a call that is on hold, while
disconnecting yourself from both calls.
•
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Conference
To transfer an active call to a held call:
With an active call in progress and a call on hold, scroll
to
highlight Transfer calls in the Phone menu and press
.
The active call is transferred to the held call and you are released
from both calls.
Conference calls
You can join up to five separate calls so that individuals can
communicate with each other at the same time. You can also join an
individual call to a conference and split it from a conference.
•
To start a conference or add a participant to a conference:
With an active call in progress and a call on hold, scroll
to
.
highlight Join calls in the Phone menu and press
To call and add a participant to a conference:
to highlight Hold call and press
to put the conference on hold.
2. Enter the number of the person you want to include in the
conference and press
. The active call is now displayed
above the held conference call.
to return to the Phone menu.
3. Press
to highlight Join calls and press
.
4. Scroll
The conference is once again active with the new participant
added to it.
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
You can have a private conversation with one of the participants by
extracting that participant from the conference and putting the others
on hold.
To extract a call from a conference:
to highlight the extract option and
press
. A list of all parties engaged in the conference
appears in the display.
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
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2. Select the participant to be extracted and press
. The
extracted call is made active and the conference is put on hold.
You can put a conference on hold and make another call, and then
switch between the new call and the conference.
To put the conference on hold and make a new call:
to highlight Hold call and press
. The conference is put on hold.
.
2. Enter the number of the person you want to call and press
The display shows the active call with the on hold conference call
below it.
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
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•
•
•
To switch between the new call and the conference:
From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Switch calls and press
. The new call is put on hold and the conference is made
active.
To switch back to the new call from the conference:
From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Switch calls and press
. The conference is put on hold and the new call is made
active.
To end the new call and return to the conference:
Make sure the new call is the active call and press
disconnect the new call.
or
to
Make sure the new call is the active call, scroll
to highlight
. The call is ended.
Release active in the Phone menu and press
To release a participant from a conference:
to highlight the release option
and press
. A list of all parties engaged in the conference
appears in the display.
. The call is ended.
2. Select the party to be released and press
1. From the Phone menu, scroll
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To terminate a conference:
From the Phone menu, scroll
to highlight Release active and
press
. The conference call is ended.
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Calendar
The Calendar shows the current day's events, appointments and to
do’s. To do’s are tasks that you have allocated yourself to do. When
you scroll to view an event (an untimed commitment), appointment
(a timed commitment) or to-do, you can use the left and right scroll
buttons to see all of the description and, if a location is present, the
location text enclosed in brackets.
See “Calendar” on page 121 for information on how to manage the
Calendar with the flip open.
18-05-2000
Emma’s birthday
10:30 Meeting wit
13:00 Lunch with
To access calendar:
until the date is highlighted, i.e.Today’s date appears in
the display below the main menus.
and scroll
to the event you want to view.
2. Press
to scroll the display horizontally in order to view all the
3. Press
description and location text associated with the event.
1. Press
Tip! When accessing the Calendar press
to return to the main
menus or press and hold
to return to the standby mode.
Tip! Opening the flip when accessing the Calendar provides you with
a more detailed view.
Inbox
The Inbox also displays a list of received text messages via SMS or
e-mail. See “Messaging” on page 99 for more information on how to
manage your Inbox with the flip open and for more information on
Notification logs. Whenever one or more e-mail and voice mail
notifications exist, a Notification Log message appears in the Inbox.
Inbox
E Ericsson John
SMS +43155567890
E Cheong Hank
To read a message:
until Inbox is highlighted.
Press
and scroll
to the message you want to view.
Press
to select the message. The message appears in the
display.
When the full message is not displayed, use
to scroll to the
end of the message.
To close the message, press
.
1. Press
2.
3.
4.
5.
Tip! If the message you selected contains an embedded phone
number, use
or
to view and highlight the full telephone
number, then press
.Your R380e initiates a call to the number.
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Tip! When accessing the Inbox you can press
to return to the
main menus or press
and hold to return to the standby mode.
Tip! Opening the flip when accessing the Inbox will provide you with
a more detailed view.
Inbox
E Ericsson John
SMS +43155567890
E Cheong Hank
To delete a message:
until Inbox is highlighted.
and scroll
to the message you want to delete.
2. Press
.
3. Press and hold
to complete
4. A confirmation view is displayed, Press
deletion.
1. Press
Tip! The term press and hold is equivalent to a key press time of
approximately 2 seconds.
Phone book
The Phone book functions in your R380e allow you to easily access
and communicate with business contacts and friends. You can scroll
and select a contact you want to call.
The entries in your Phone book are the same as those stored in
Contacts with the flip open. When viewing entries in the Phone book
you are limited in the number of functions that you can perform. You
can only access and initiate a call to the phone and mobile numbers or
send DTMF numbers that are stored in the contacts record. See
“Contacts” on page 87 for more information on how to create entries
and manage your phone book with the flip open by using the Contacts
program.
Note: Before you can view and access the SIM card phone book
entries that you previously saved with another phone, Import from SIM
card must be carried out from within Contacts (Flip open).
To access the phone book:
the Phone book key on your phone, or
Press
until Phone book is highlighted.
1. Press
Phone Book
Adams Alex
Alavikia Dimitris
Anderson Ellis
Barwen Robin
To make a call using the phone book:
. The first name in the Phone
book is highlighted. If there is more than one name in the Phone
book, scroll
to highlight a name in the list.
1. From the Phone book, press
Note: If there are no entries in the Phone book this view cannot be
selected.
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2. Press
to select the name. The contact details are displayed.
to highlight a number in the list.
to make the call.
4. Press
.
5. To end the call, press
3. Scroll
Tip! An alternative method of dialling is to press a specific digit key
associated with the stored position of a number within the phone
book SIM card and then press
to automatically dial the
associated phone number, e.g. press
and
to dial the
phone number stored in position 1 on the phone book SIM card.
Furthermore, you can press and hold
to dial your voice mail.
Tip! Opening the flip when accessing the Phone book provides you
with a more detailed view in Contacts.
Alarms
Clock alarm
When the alarm activates at the set time, an audible alarm is heard
and a message appears in the display indicting the time. The alarm
duration is two minutes and is repeated every nine minutes, if not
switched off.
•
•
Press
to accept and switch off the alarm.
Press
to ‘snooze’ the alarm. The alarm is temporarily
switched off for a period of nine minutes, at which time the alarm
is repeated.
The maximum number of times the alarm can be repeated is 11
(10 snooze) before the alarm is automatically set to off.
Calendar alarm
When the alarm activates at the set time, an audible alarm is heard
and a message appears in the display indicting the time and the
message you entered for the calendar appointment/to do. The alarm
duration is about thirty seconds.
•
Press
to accept and switch off the alarm.
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Warnings
Low battery warning
The warning is activated if the battery is low and a ‘Low Battery’
message appears in the display.
•
Press
or
to acknowledge the warning.
Insufficient storage space warning
The warning is activated if there is insufficient storage space and an
‘Insufficient data storage space’ message appears in the display. The
current store operation is cancelled.
•
Press
or
to acknowledge the warning.
To free up storage space, you should delete unused or old: call logs;
contacts; messages; to-dos or appointments; WAP history or
bookmarks; Notepad notes.
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Flip Open Guidelines
Operation of the various programs with the flip open is achieved by
directly tapping the touchscreen with the stylus. The stylus is located
in the holder on the battery. For information on how to start your
R380e, see “Turning on and off” on page 12.
The stylus selection technique is generally described with the use of
the word ‘tap’. Select is also used when there are a number of
choices, for example in a list. For an introduction on how to use the
flip open programs, see “Flip open” on page 14.
R380e Flip Open Set up
See “Initial settings” on page 17 for basic setup.
See “System” on page 169 for general and program setup.
See “Security” on page 22 for phone security setup.
The Desktop
When you open the flip for the first time, the desktop appears in the
display with the Phone program highlighted.
Title bar
Program tabs
Phone
Call
Call log
Settings
Online
services
New
ink note
Program icons
The desktop has three sections:
Program tabs in the upper section.
• The title bar directly under the tabs.
• Program icons in the lower section.
•
Program tabs
Program tabs contain six functions and settings groups in an indexed
card format.
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The program tabs are:
1. Phone, for telephone functions and settings.
A -Z
2. Contacts, for contact functions.
3. Messaging, for various message functions.
4. Calendar, for agenda functions.
5. WAP Services, for Internet functions.
6. Extras, for additional tool functions, settings and games.
Title bar
The title bar appears directly under the program tabs and indicates
which program tab is currently selected. It has no function when
tapped.
Program icons
Program icons start functions or enter settings that are shown in the
lower section under the program tabs and title bar. Once a program
icon has been tapped and started, a new display usually appears
where toolbar icons are used to manage the program and navigation.
The toolbar
When a program icon is selected a toolbar appears to the right of the
display. The toolbar can consist of up to five icons depending on the
program you are in. Some toolbar icons are common to all programs,
while others will only appear in specific programs.
Common toolbar icons in most programs are:
The desktop icon returns the display to the desktop.
The tasks icon displays a tasks pop-up menu. This allows you to
perform a number of tasks on selection.
The view icon displays a view pop-up menu. This allows you to
go to other views within the program.
Other useful toolbar icons:
Find - displays a view to enter information and search for it.
OK Save - saves and returns to the previously displayed level.
Cancel - returns to the previously displayed level. A cancel view
is normally displayed giving you the choice as to whether or not
you want to cancel and return to the previous view.
Back - returns to the previous view.
Next - tabs down or forward to the following input section.
Previous - tabs up or back to a preceding input section.
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Some useful program specific icons:
Today - displays the view around the current date in Calendar.
New - displays a view for creating a new entry.
abc abc - displays the text entry keyboard.
123 123 - displays the number entry keyboard.
aeo àëó - displays the special characters entry keyboard.
Call Waiting - appears when you have chosen Ignore from the
Call Offering/Waiting view. The button returns you to the Call
Offering/Waiting view.
Voice Dialling - appears if voice activated dialling is on. The
button initiates speech recognition and prompts you to speak a
voice command.
Back - returns you to the previous WAP services page (only
available when more than one page has been visited).
Stop - allows you to stop downloading a WAP services page
(only available when downloading).
±12 - adds or removes 12 hours.
Alarm on - switches the alarm on.
Alarm off - switches the alarm off.
Play - plays ring signal melodies.
Note: The list of program icons shown is not a complete list, but only
a representation of icons that you may find useful. Other icons that
appear in the toolbar are mainly program specific icons and are
described in the relevant sections within this manual.
Navigation
When moving between different desktop program tabs, the title bar
and program icons change according to the respective program tab
that is selected. The program tab is highlighted in the same dark
shade as the title bar where the program name is shown in inverse
video.
When working with different programs by tapping their icons, lower
level menu functions or settings appear in the display. To return to the
highest desktop level, tap
the desktop icon from within the
program. Sometimes a combination of tapping OK the save icon or
the cancel icon or
the back icon and then
the desktop
icon may be required in order to return to the desktop. This is
dependent on the menu level which has been reached.
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Entering information
Flip open has different input methods which can be used to ‘enter’
information. These input methods are:
1. On-screen keyboards for text characters and digits, used to tap out
information which then appears in the display.
2. Handwriting recognition, used to write in the display with the
stylus and the information then appears in the display.
The on-screen keyboards
The on-screen keyboard consists of a text keypad, a numeric keypad,
a special characters keypad, a phone number keypad, a security
access keypad and number entry keypads which work in a similar
way to traditional hardware keyboards.
The entry keypads cover the lower part of the screen and editing
functions are available in
the tasks pop-up menu on the toolbar.
Information entered appears on the top half of the screen directly
under the entry section label.
Tip! Remember to first tap the Shift key (for one letter) or the Caps
key (for all letters) for uppercase or capital letters.
The text keypad
Enter first name:
Emma
q w e r t y u i o p - =
a s d f g h j k l ; : '
z x c v b n m , . / ?
( ) & !
" \
caps
abc
123
@ aeo
The numeric keypad
Enter street:
59
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 - =
" £ $ % ^ & * ( ) _ +
: / # ~ x _
:
? @ ’ \ , . ;
[ ] < > §
‹ ‘ { }
1
!
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abc
123
..
aeo
The special characters keypad
Enter last name:
Agren
?
<<
a a a a a a ae e e e e e
c o
o o o o o o
o n n u u u u y y
<<
+
abc
123
!
caps
aeo
To enter information:
1. Tap out the required information with the keypad.
Switch between keypads by tapping
aeo special characters icons.
2. Tap
abc
text,
123
numbers and
to enter more information in the next field or
back to view all entered information.
3. Tap OK to save the information.
The phone number keypad
Enter phone number (Work):
+44 555 1234
UK
Uruguay
USA
+44
+598
+1
1
4
7
2
5
8
0
3
6
9
#
+
space
P
To enter a phone number:
1. Scroll and select a country. The international dialling code for the
country automatically appears in the display
2. Tap out the required phone number with the keypad.
3. Tap
to enter more information in the next field or
back to view all entered information.
4. Tap OK to save the information.
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The number keypads
Enter number:
7890
7
4
1
0
8
5
2
.
9
6
3
The keypad shown is that used for real numbers and IP address
numbers. The integer keypad is very similar, the only exception being
that there is no decimal point key.
The security access keypad
Security access uses the standard keypads as shown. However, when
the data is entered it is shown by asterisks (*).
Handwriting recognition
Handwriting recognition is a unique user interface that allows
convenient and natural handwritten input using the stylus.
You can write in certain areas of the screen and the handwriting
recognition software turns the stylus strokes into characters or
numbers. Recognition of characters - uppercase letters, lowercase
letters, numbers, symbols, gestures and extended characters - occur
according to where you write them. The triangular mode mark at the
bottom centre of the display divides the screen into its respective
writing areas. The uppercase letters, lowercase letters and numbers
that appear on the top of your display form an imaginary line down
the screen and act as your reference.
abc
ABC
123
Enter last name:
Stylus strokes written in the left of the display are recognized as
lowercase.
• Stylus strokes written in the centre of the display are recognized as
uppercase.
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Stylus strokes written in the right of the display are recognized as
numbers.
Note: You can write items such as telephone numbers, birthdays, and
Social Security numbers entirely to the right of the display because
handwriting recognition accepts parentheses, slashes, and dashes in
the number writing area.
•
•
Most characters are written with a single stroke.
Write accented (Western European) letters by writing an upper or
lowercase letter, then write the accent mark to the right of the
display.
You can enter the same character shape to write an upper and a
lowercase letter, depending on where you write on the screen.
Natural character set
The character set in handwriting recognition is a “natural”
combination of upper- and lowercase letters in addition to numbers,
symbols, gestures and extended characters.
To write uppercase letters (character shape must extend to the left and
right of the mode mark) and to write lowercase letters and symbols to
the left of the display, see below.
Note: Where necessary a dot indicates where to begin a stroke and
numbers indicate the order of the strokes.
a
n
period
b
o
comma
c
p
apostrophe
d
q
question
e
r
exclamation
f
s
ampersand
g
t
at
h
u
double quote
i
1
2
v
tab
j
w
space
k
x
l
y
m
z
1
2
1
2
1
2
backspace
carriage return
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Note: Tapping the display will reposition the cursor at the point of
contact on the display. Tapping and holding for a short while enables
text selection by dragging the stylus.
Note: Periods are not entered by a single tap, they are entered by a
single stroke as shown above.
Write numbers and the following symbols to the right of the display,
as shown.
0
8
=
1
9
period
2
+
3
*
/
4
2
2
comma
1
1
2
dash
tilde
\
backspace
6
(
tab
7
)
5
1
Write accent marks to the right of the display after writing an upperor lowercase letter.
abc
123
ABC
Enter last name:
Handwriting recognition allows you to enter any of the following
accent marks.
à
á
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â
ã
ä
å
Extended character set
The extended character set consists of characters that require
additional time to write before recognition occurs, e.g. # and %. The
extended character gesture, a (stylus stroke from bottom to top)
must be written to enter extended mode, signified by the
disappearance of the letters at the top of the display and the mode
marker. You can then write an extended character anywhere on the
display.
New note:
#
To leave extended mode, write the extended character gesture
wait until the mode mark reappears.
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Handwriting recognition allows you to enter any of the following
extended characters.
.
Þ
,
Ð
'
ð
-
Ø
º
1
«
»
1
2
1
¨
2
_
ø
~
ß
@
µ
<
¥
>
|
(
!
)
?
[
$
]
%
œ
}
/
‰
[
\
†
Æ
"
&
æ
+
¹
¯
·
¬
1
`
2
´
1
¦
2
1
™
2
ç
ç
1
:
2
1
;
2
²
1
1
2
2
³
ª
=
±
º
#
x
,
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Œ
*
÷
¿
1
2
£
¼
¡
1
2
¶
½
3
¤
®
-
~
©
_
‘
>
2
þ
‹
’
¾
§
›
“
¢
ƒ
”
‡
Š
‚
…
š
„
•
^
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Using handwriting recognition
As an alternative to tap typing with the on-screen keyboard,
handwriting recognition with the stylus can be chosen from
tasks menu on the toolbar.
the
To select handwriting recognition:
tasks on the toolbar when entering information.
2. Select Write to activate handwriting recognition.
3. The display changes to the handwriting recognition screen.
1. Tap
Note: After selecting Write, the alternative Type now appears in the
tasks menu allowing you to change back to keyboard entry.
4. Write the information in the required section of the screen, one
character or number at a time.
Note: Make sure to write in the correct screen area according to the
information to be entered. The character writing areas are lowercase
letters to the left, uppercase letters in the middle and numbers or
digits to the right. Once the character is written it disappears from
the screen and the software’s interpretation appears in the display.
Tip! If you have difficulty in writing a particular letter, try writing it
in the alternate case area, e.g. to write an uppercase D, write a
lowercase d in the uppercase area.
Tip! To select a complete line of interpreted text, i.e. for deletion, tap
and drag the stylus down at the far right of the input display
(opposite the line of text). The text becomes highlighted.
5. Tap
to enter more information in the next field or
back to view all entered information.
6. Tap OK to save the information.
Note: You can select character recognition as the default method of
entering information into your R380e. See “To change the input
settings:” on page 171 for more information.
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Warnings
With the flip open, warnings are displayed and handled slightly
different than with the flip closed.
Low battery warning
The warning is activated if the battery is low and a ‘Low Battery.
Please replace your battery or connect a charger’ message appears in
the display.
•
Tap OK to accept and dismiss the warning.
Insufficient storage space warning
The warning is activated if there is insufficient storage space and an
‘Insufficient data storage space. Please remove unwanted data.’
message appears in the display. The current store operation is
cancelled.
•
Tap OK to accept and dismiss the warning.
To free up storage space, you should delete unused or old: call logs;
contacts; messages; to-dos or appointments; WAP history or
bookmarks; Notepad notes.
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Phone
Phone functions with the flip open provide you with the means by
which you can easily use phone functions and settings. You can
make, receive and manage calls, check the call log and manipulate
settings.
Note: With the flip open your R380e provides you with greater
functionality and viewing capabilities than that offered when the flip
is closed.
On selecting the Phone program tab, the desktop displays phone
functions and settings icons.
Phone
Call
Call log
Settings
Online
services
New
ink note
Call
Call allows you to dial, as you would with the flip closed. There are
recognizable buttons to tap with the stylus. Furthermore, your R380e
can be used in an office handsfree mode. See “Office handsfree
mode” on page 67 for more information.
You can also send DTMF tones in a similar way to that described
with the flip closed. For example, to enter the pause character p, tap
and hold the stylus on the * character.
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Call display
NETWORK
C
2
3
4
5
6
12:00
7
8
9
0+
#
Toolbar icons
1
18-05-2000
Tip! The keypad (default on the right) can be moved and shown on
the left instead via a control in the Settings menu. See “General
settings” on page 170 for more information.
See “Flip Closed” on page 25 for a description of display indicators
and keypad functions. See “The toolbar” on page 48 for a description
of the desktop, tasks and view icons.
Tasks
In the standby mode the following tasks are available:
• Last dialled numbers, to display the last dialled numbers list and
activate a call from the list.
• Missed calls, to display unanswered incoming calls.
• Service numbers, to display a list of network service numbers. Calls
can be made to these numbers but you cannot edit or add numbers
to the list.
• Copy/Paste number, allows you to paste a previously entered
number or copy an entered number for use in the future. Each
option only stores one number.
• Show/Hide my number, to show or hide your calling number identity
to the receiver when dialling out (only available when the phone
number to be dialled is entered).
• Lookup details, option only appears when a single call is active and
the other parties telephone number is present in the Contacts
database. Selecting this option displays the detail view of the
person’s record in Contacts. If there is more than one entry with
the same telephone number, then only the first entry is shown.
View
The current view can be changed to either Call log or Settings.
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Phone
Outgoing calls
During a call, the images and text displayed in the title bar and call
status display are the same as those displayed with the flip closed.
To enter a number and make a call:
1. Tap in the area code and phone number on the keypad, which is
simultaneously displayed in the window. The network, time and
date disappear and the number you have dialled is shown.
Note: To erase a single digit, press
.To erase all digits, press
and hold down
until the digits disappear.
2. Tap
to dial the number. The display shows Calling (outgoing
call initiated), followed by Connecting (a line has been allocated).
When the call is answered, a flashing
appears in the display to
show the line is active and a call time meter starts showing the
elapsed time in minutes and seconds.
.
3. To end the call, tap
Note: The timer can show the elapsed time of the call in
hours:minutes:seconds. The hour section does not appear until you
have been connected for more than an hour.
To note a number during a call:
1. Tap in the number on the keypad, which appears in the display.
2. Use 123 , which appears below
as you make a note on the
keypad, to toggle between the active call and the note. This note
can be used after the call.
The phone functions available to you are the same as those available
in flip closed. It is therefore possible to initiate all phone functions,
for example speed dial to the number stored in the SIM card phone
book by entering 1 followed by the call icon or 0 # to bring up the
last dialled numbers list.
Auto retry
If the connection of a call fails or the user is busy and the receiver's
network acknowledges this, the display shows a message with the
text Retry? for 20 seconds or until any other function is selected.
Select Yes if you want to retry dialling the number, or No if you do
not. If you select Yes, the number will be re-dialled automatically
until the call is answered or the maximum number of retry attempts
has been reached. The type of connection failure (i.e. user busy, no
answer) determines the number of retry attempts. If you press any
key, or you receive a call, then the re-dialling is interrupted.
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If the auto retry is successful, the R380e sounds a single ring tone.
Re-dialling
To redial the last number or a previous number you called:
or
and
or tap
and select Last dialled
numbers.
2. The display shows the last dialled numbers list with the last
dialled number highlighted. Use the up and down scroll arrows to
scroll and select a number from the list.
3. Tap the entry in the last dialled numbers list to initiate the call.
1. Tap
International calls
When abroad, the international dialling prefix is required followed by
the destination area code and number.
Note: Do not include the leading zero for the area code when making
an international call.
To make an international call:
until the international character + appears in
the display. It is automatically replaced by the international prefix
for the country you are calling from.
2. Enter the country code, the area code (excluding the leading zero)
and the phone number.
to make the call.
3. Tap
1. Tap and hold
Emergency calls
Provided a network is within range, the appropriate international
emergency number may be called even if there is no SIM card in your
R380e.
Tip! Check with the local operator to find out which emergency call
number is supported.
To make an emergency call:
1. Enter the appropriate international emergency number.
2. Tap
. The text Emergency call is shown in the display.
Service numbers
If a list of service numbers is stored on your SIM card, you can
initiate calls to these numbers, but you may not edit or add to the list.
To initiate a call to a service number:
and select Service numbers. The Service numbers view
appears in the display.
2. Select the service you want to call.
1. Tap
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Incoming calls
When you receive a call, the R380e rings. The “Incoming call:” view
displays who is calling and asks you if you want to “Answer?”.
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To answer the call:
Tap Yes to answer the call. When the call is finished, tap
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To reject the call:
Tap No. The call is rejected and a busy tone is sent to the caller.
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To ignore the call:
Select Ignore. The call notification continues and the telephone
button appears in the toolbar until the call is timed-out.
Note: A data call cannot be answered as a voice call. Data
information must be downloaded to a data compatible machine or
service. The “Incoming call:” view reflects this and displays data in
the message and asks you if you want to send a busy tone. Fax is not
supported and cannot be answered.
Muting the microphone
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To temporarily disconnect the microphone during a call:
Tap and hold
to mute the microphone. When released the
microphone is re-connected.
To disconnect the microphone during a call:
Tap
and select Mute microphone.
appears in the display or
press and hold down
whilst moving the volume slider
downwards, release
the call will remain muted.
To re-connect the microphone during a call:
Tap
and select Turn off mute to resume the conversation.
On hold
On hold allows you to put a call that is in progress on hold.
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To put a call on hold:
Tap the number of the call that is in progress and select Hold call
from the pop-up menu. Alternatively, you can tap
to put the
active call on hold. The On hold icon
appears in the display.
To resume a call:
Tap the number of the call that is on hold and select Retrieve from
the pop-up menu. Alternatively, you can tap
to retrieve the
held call.
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Note: If you tap
to end an active call when there is a call on
hold a ‘Call on hold’ message appears asking ‘Retrieve held call?’. If
you do not select Yes or No within five seconds the call is
automatically ended.
Call waiting
Call waiting allows you to manage incoming calls in a number of
ways, while an active call is already in progress.
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To place the active call on hold and answer the incoming call:
Tap Yes in the “Incoming call:” view that appears in the display.
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To send a busy tone to the incoming call:
Tap No in the “Incoming call:” view that appears in the display.
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To ignore the incoming call:
Tap Ignore in the “Incoming call:” view that appears in the display.
The call notification continues and
the telephone button
appears in the toolbar until the call is timed-out.
Call switching
You can switch between calls when you have two calls displayed in
the view.
NETWORK
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+46 555 1234
Ericsson John
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2
3
4
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+1 555 3456
Gonzalez Pamela
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The split screen displays the active call
on hold call
on the lower screen.
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on the top screen and the
Note: The active call is always displayed in the top section of the
split screen.
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To switch between an active and held call:
Tap the number of the active call and select Switch call from the
pop-up menu. The active call is put on hold and the held call is
made active.
or
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Tap the number of the held call and select Switch call from the popup menu. The held call is made active and the active call is put on
hold.
Conference calls
A conference occurs whenever you join two or more calls together so
that individuals can communicate with each other at the same time,
i.e. join an active call to a held call. An individual call can be ‘joined’
into a conference and ‘extracted’ from a conference. You can join up
to five separate calls to form a conference.
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To start the conference and join a held call to an active call:
Tap the number of the active call and select Join calls from the popup menu.
or
Tap the number of the held call and select Join calls from the popup menu.
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1. John Ericsson
2. Pamela Gonzalez
3. Steven Mutelezi
4. Hank Cheong
5. Jose Blanco
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The Conference
icon appears in the display and conference
members are pre-fixed by a single digit. The conference members
are identified as follows:
By name if there is a matching entry in the contacts database.
By telephone number (if known).
• By call ID number.
Tapping a conference member displays options specific to that
member i.e. Release, Extract. Tapping anywhere else in the area
displays options which affect the call as a whole i.e. Release, Hold
call, Retrieve.
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To add a new participant to the conference:
1. Tap the conference and select Hold call from the pop-up menu to
put the conference on hold.
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2. Enter the number of the person you want to include in the
conference and tap
. The split screen displays the active call
on the top screen and the conference call
on the lower
screen.
NETWORK
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+46 555 1234
Ericsson John
1
2
3
4
5
6
1. Steven Mutelezi
2. Hank Cheong
3.+1 555 3456
7
8
9
0+
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3. Tap the number of the active call or tap the conference and select
from the pop-up menu. The conference is once again
active and the new participant is shown in the conference display.
Join calls
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To release a participant from the conference:
Select the participant to be released and select Release from the
pop-up menu.
03:46
1. John Ericsson
Release
2. Pamela Gonzalez
Extract
3. Steven Mutelezi
4. Hank Cheong
5. Jose Blanco
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You can have a private conversation with one of the participants
by extracting that participant from the conference and putting the
others on hold.
To extract a call from a conference:
Select the participant to be split from the conference and select
Extract from the pop-up menu. The extracted call is made active
and the conference is put on hold.
You can put a conference on hold and make another call, and then
switch between the new call and the conference.
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To make a new call and switch between the new call and the
conference:
1. Tap the conference and select Hold call from the pop-up menu to
put the conference on hold.
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2. Enter the number of the person you want to call and tap
The split screen displays the active call
on the top screen and
the conference call
on the lower screen.
3. Tap the number of the new call and select Hold call from the pop-up
menu. The new call is put on hold and the conference is made
active.
or
Tap the conference and from the pop-up menu select Retrieve. The
conference is made active and the new call is put on hold.
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To end the new call and return to the conference:
Tap the number of the new call and select Release from the pop-up
menu. The new call ends.
To terminate a conference:
Select the conference by tapping the display anywhere in the
surrounding area of the individual members (not the members)
and select Release from the pop-up menu. The conference ends.
Office handsfree mode
Office handsfree mode can only be started during an active call.
Warning! Office handsfree mode is a volume level above the
maximum phone volume and should not be used within an arm’s
length of your ears. See “Safe and Efficient Use” on page 205 for
more information.
To start the office handsfree mode:
1. Make sure the R380e is away from your ear, at arm’s length.
2. In quick succession, slide the volume slider upwards twice to start
the office handsfree mode. Two short beeps indicate that the
handsfree mode is activating.
To stop the office handsfree mode:
Slide the volume slider downwards to stop office handsfree mode.
Note: Office handsfree is automatically deactivated after a call.
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Call log
Call log details all incoming and outgoing calls and also provides a
summary of total calls. Each call activity results in an entry in the call
log, providing relevant information relating to the call.
Call log
Today
12:40 to John Ericsson
11:33 to Hank Cheong
This week
This month
Before this month
All calls
The call log allows you to choose how you want the information to be
displayed. You can choose whether you want to view All calls,
Incoming calls, Outgoing calls or Missed calls. Furthermore, a directory
allows you to access calls made Today, This week, This month or Before
this month.
Note: Only one directory can be open at any one time, i.e. if Today is
open and you select This week this will cause Today to be closed.
To view information relating to a call:
1. Tap Call log on the Phone desktop. The Call log view appears in
the display.
2. Use the left and right scroll arrows at the top of the display to
select All calls, Incoming calls, Outgoing calls or Missed calls.
3. Tap Today, This week, This month or Before this month to locate the
call information you want to view.
4. Select the call. The following detailed information relating to the
call appears in the display:
• Number: The calling or called number and the corresponding
name tag (if previously defined in the Contacts database or in
the SIM card Phone Book).
• Time/Date: The start time and date of the call.
• Status: Incoming call [Answered, Missed or Busy tone sent].
Outgoing call [Answered, Busy or No reply].
• Call type: Incoming call [Speech or Data]. Outgoing call [Speech
or Data].
• Cost: The cost of the call. If this service is not supported by
your network operator No cost information available is displayed.
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Duration:
The total connection time of the call.
Note: If the call is a Missed call, its duration is not displayed.
To view a summary of total calls:
1. Tap Call log on the Phone desktop. The Call log view appears in
the display.
and select Total call info. The Total call info view appears
in the display providing the following information:
• All calls: The total duration of all calls held in the log.
• Outgoing: The total duration of all outgoing calls.
• Incoming: The total duration of all incoming calls.
• Total cost: The total cost of all outgoing calls. If this service is
not supported by your network operator No cost information
available is displayed.
2. Tap
To reset all counters when in the Summary view:
and select Reset all counters, Reset incoming counters or
Reset outgoing counters or Reset total cost (if available).
3. Tap
Settings
Settings lists a menu that allows you to change the various Telephony
settings of your R380e.
To access settings:
Tap Settings on the Phone desktop, or
and
• If you are in the Telephone standby or Call log view, tap
select Settings.
The Telephony - Settings view appears in the display providing
you with a scrolling directory of settings that you can change to
suit your own personal requirements.
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Sounds & alerts
Sounds and alerts allow you to customize how your R380e notifies
you of an incoming call.
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To access the sounds & alerts settings:
Scroll and tap Sounds & alerts in the Telephony - Settings directory.
The directory expands providing you with access to the following
settings:
• Ring controls.
• Ring signals.
• Minute minder.
• My melodies.
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To change the ring controls:
1. Tap Ring controls in the directory. The Ring controls view appears
in the display.
2. To change the volume of the ringing tone, select Ring volume: and
use the left and right scroll arrows to select 1 to 6 to set the
required volume level. You also have the option to select Off.
3. To turn the increasing ring volume feature on or off, select
Increasing ring and select On or Off . When On, the ring volume
increases after two ring sequences at each level, starting at the
lowest level (1) and going up to the maximum level (6).
4. To turn the vibrating alert on or off, select Vibrating alert and select
On, On when silent or Off.
If On when silent is selected and the Ring volume is set to Off or the
R380e is in Silent mode, then the R380e will vibrate on all
incoming calls or messages.
5. To turn silent mode on or off, select Silent mode and select On or
Off.
6. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
To change the ring signals:
1. Tap Ring signals in the directory. The Ring signals view appears in
the display.
2. To change the type of ring for speech calls, select Voice calls and
select a ring signal.
3. To change the type of ring for data calls, select Data calls and select
a ring signal.
4. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
To turn the minute minder on or off:
1. Tap Minute minder in the directory. The Minute minder view
appears in the display.
2. Tap the Minute minder and select On or Off.
If you select On, you will hear a beep once every minute during a
call as a reminder of the duration of the ongoing call.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
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To edit my melodies:
1. Tap My melodies in the directory. The Edit my melody #1 view
appears in the display, providing you with a melody in the upper
area of the view and a keyboard in the lower. The P key allows you
to add a short pause in the melody. Use the left arrow key to delete
the last note in the melody, or all notes in the melody by pressing
and holding the key. Press and hold a melody key to produce a
long note.
and
2. To select a different melody from that displayed, tap
select the melody you want to edit.
3. Edit the melody using the keyboard and keys as described in
step 1.
button
4. To listen to the melody you have edited, tap the Play
on the toolbar.
Note: If Silent mode is activated you will not be able to hear the
melody. Furthermore, if no melody exists the Play
button is not
active.
5. To edit other melodies repeat steps 2 to 4.
6. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
Voice control
Voice control allows you to answer and dial using your voice. You
can configure a maximum of ten voice commands and two answering
commands, busy and answer.
To access the Voice control settings:
1. Scroll and tap Voice control in the Telephony - Settings directory.
The directory expands providing you with access to the following
settings:
• Options.
• Voice commands.
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To turn Voice control on or off:
1. Tap Options in the Telephony/Settings/Voice Control directory.
The Voice control options view appears in the display.
Voice control options
Voice answering: <On>
Voice dialling:
<On>
2. Select Voice answering and select On or Off.
3. Select Voice dialling and select On or Off.
4. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
To record an Answer or Busy voice command:
1. Tap Voice commands in the Telephony/Settings/Voice Control
directory. The Voice commands view appears in the display.
Voice commands
Answer
Busy
2. To record a voice command for answering a call, or for when you
are busy, select Answer or Busy. You are asked to “Speak after
beep”.
3. Speak the command that you want to use. If speech is detected,
you are asked “Accept voice command?”. Select Yes to save the
command.
Note: It is not possible to have only one of the Answer or Busy
commands stored and the other undefined. If the phone has neither of
the commands stored and the user initiates the recording sequence
for one of them, then after successful completion of the first
command, the second recording sequence is initiated.
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Note: If a recording sequence is cancelled during the recording of
one of the Answer or Busy commands, this will cause the deletion of
both Answer and Busy commands.
To record a new voice command or edit an existing voice
command:
1. Tap Voice commands in the Telephony/Settings/Voice Control
directory. The Voice commands view appears in the display.
and select New. The
2. To record a new voice command, tap
New voice command view appears in the display.
Alternatively, you can edit an existing voice command, scroll and
select the voice command you want to edit. The Edit voice
command view appears in the display.
3. Select Name: and Number: and enter a name and phone number for
the voice command or tap
and select Lookup from contacts. The
Select contact view appears in the display. Use the left and right
Alphabet scroll arrows and the up and down scroll arrows to select
a contact.
and select Record.
4. Tap
If you have chosen to edit a voice command, you are warned that a
voice command already exists and you are asked the question
“Overwrite?”. Select Yes to proceed with recording a new voice
command.
You are asked to “Speak after beep”.
5. Speak the command that you want to use for the contact. If speech
is detected, a “Accept voice command?” view appears in the
display. Select Yes to save the command. If no speech is detected,
a “Speech not detected” message appears in the display asking
you to try again. Select OK.
6. Tap OK on the toolbar to implement and save the new settings. If
no phone number has been entered then you are asked to “Please
enter a phone number”. Select OK and enter a phone number. If no
voice command has been recorded, a message appears in the
display stating “Voice command not recorded” and asking
“Record now?”. Select Yes and repeat step 5 to record a voice
command. If No is selected or all fields contain an entry, then the
display returns to the Voice commands view.
Note: New voice command entries cannot be saved until a telephone
number has been entered.
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To play a voice command:
1. Tap Voice commands in the Telephony/Settings/Voice Control
directory. The Voice commands view appears in the display.
2. To play a voice command, scroll and select the voice command
you want to play, tap
and select Play
3. When finished, tap OK to return to the Voice commands view.
To delete a voice command:
1. Tap Voice commands in the Telephony/Settings/Voice Control
directory. The Voice commands view appears in the display.
2. To delete the voice command and voice command information,
scroll and select the voice command you want to delete, tap
and select Delete whole entry. A confirmation message appears in
the display, select Yes. The display returns to the Voice commands
view.
3. To delete only the voice command, scroll and select the voice
command you want to delete, tap
and select Delete voice tag.
Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Voice commands view.
Voicemail
You can easily call a predefined voicemail number and listen to your
voicemail messages.
To enter or edit a voicemail number:
1. Scroll and tap Voicemail in the Telephony - Settings directory. The
Voicemail view appears in the display.
2. To enter or edit a voice-mail number, select Voicemail number: and
enter or edit the number.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
Note: The number to your Voicemail service may be different if you
are calling from a network that is not your home network.For more
information about your Voicemail service, please refer to the
information provided by your network operator.
Call waiting
Call waiting allows you to receive a second call while another call is
in progress.
To turn call waiting on or off:
1. Scroll and tap Call waiting in the Telephony - Settings directory.
The Call waiting view appears in the display.
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2. Select Call waiting and select On or Off.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
Note: Call waiting is a network setting that requires access to your
network.
Restrict calls
Restrict calls allows you to bar different types of outgoing and
incoming calls.
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2.
3.
4.
To turn the restricting of outgoing and incoming calls on or off
or to change the restrict calls password:
Scroll and tap Restrict calls in the Telephony - Settings directory.
The Restrict calls view appears in the display.
To turn the restricting of all outgoing calls on or off, select
All outgoing and select On or Off.
To turn the restricting of outgoing international calls on or off,
select the Outgoing international and select On or Off.
To turn the restricting of outgoing international roaming calls on
or off, select Outgoing intl roaming and select On or Off.
If selected On, then you will only be able to make calls to your
own country when abroad.
5. To turn the restricting of incoming calls on or off, select
All incoming and select On
or Off.
6. To turn the restricting of incoming calls when roaming on or off,
select Incoming when roaming and select On or Off.
7. To change the password associated with Restrict calls, tap
and
select Change password. The Change password view appears in the
display.
Enter your current password, followed by the new barring
password and then enter the new password again for verification.
8. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. If you have made
any changes, you have to enter your password. If successful, the
display returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony
- Settings view. If the password is incorrect, you will hear a beep
sound.
Note: Restrict calls is a network setting that requires access to your
network.
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Divert calls
Divert calls allows you to change the settings of your conditional and
all call diverts. The all calls settings allow you to specify a single
telephone number for each of the voice, data and fax calls you
receive. The conditional settings (voice only) will let you specify a
number to divert calls to:
• if you are already on the phone, When busy:.
• if you do not answer within a specified time (operator dependent),
No reply:.
• if your R380e is turned off or if you are unreachable,
Not reachable:.
To access the call divert settings:
1. Scroll and tap Divert calls in the Telephony - Settings directory. The
directory expands providing you with access to the following
settings:
• All calls.
• Conditional.
To change the all calls voice/data/fax settings:
1. Tap All calls in the Telephony - Settings directory. The directory
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
expands.
Tap Voice, Data or Fax in the directory. The All calls (Voice, Data or
Fax) view appears in the display.
To change or enter a phone number that voice, data or fax calls are
to be diverted to, select Divert to: and enter a number.
To turn the voice, data or fax call divert on or off, select the Active
and select On or Off.
To refresh using the current network settings, tap
and select
Check divert status.
Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
To change the conditional speech settings:
1. Tap Conditional in the Telephony - Settings directory. The directory
expands.
2. Tap Voice in the directory. The Conditional call divert (voice) view
appears in the display.
3. To change or enter a phone number that calls are to be diverted to
when busy, select When busy: and enter a number.
4. To change or enter a phone number that calls are to be diverted to
when there is no reply, select No reply: and enter a number.
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5. To change or enter a phone number that calls are to be diverted to
when you are unreachable, select Not reachable: and enter a
number.
6. To turn the divert calls on or off for any of the above conditions,
select the Active: relevant to the diversion criteria specified in steps
3 to 5 and select On or Off.
and select
7. To refresh using the current network settings, tap
Check divert status.
8. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
Note: Divert calls is a network setting that requires access to your
network.
Note: If Divert calls is activated when the R380e is switched off the
status of the Diversion is displayed, after the User greeting (if active),
when the phone is next switched on.
Networks
Networks allows you to search and select a network and to edit your
preferred list of networks.
To access the networks settings:
1. Scroll and tap Networks in the Telephony - Settings directory. The
directory expands providing you with access to the following
settings:
• Select network.
• Search mode.
• Edit preferred list.
To select a network:
1. Tap Select network in the Telephony - Settings directory. A message
appears in the display asking you to wait while your R380e
performs a network search. You can stop the search and return to
the Telephony - Settings directory by tapping Stop. Otherwise,
when the search is complete a Select network view appears in the
display showing all available networks and their associated status:
• Current - The currently registered network (highlighted).
• Home - The home network.
• Preferred - A network on the preferred list.
• Available - A network which is not the current, home or
preferred network, and not forbidden.
• Forbidden - A network which is not allowed.
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2. Select a network from the list and tap OK . A registration attempt
is now made to this network. If successful, the display returns to
the current expanded directory in the Telephony - Settings view.
To change the network search mode:
1. Tap Search mode in the Telephony - Settings directory. The
Network search mode view appears in the display.
2. Select Search mode: and tap:
Automatic - your R380e, when switched on, searches for the last
accessed network. If this is not available, it automatically starts
searching for a network according to the preferred list of networks
stored on your SIM card.
Manual -
your R380e, when switched on, searches for the last
accessed network. If this is not available, you are then presented
with a message asking ‘Perform new search?’. Tap Yes to select a
network as described above in “Select network”.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
To edit the preferred list:
1. Tap Edit preferred list in the Telephony - Settings directory. The Edit
preferred list view appears in the display.
2. To add a known network to the list, tap
and select Add network
list of known
by name. An Add network by name view displays a
networks which are not currently in the list.
Select a network and tap OK . The Edit preferred list view appears
in the display with the new entry added to the list.
3. To add a new network to the list, tap
using codes.
and select Add network
An Add network using codes view appears in the
display.
Select Mobile country code: and Mobile network code: and enter the
relevant codes.
Tap OK . The Edit preferred list view appears in the display with
the new entry at the bottom of the list.
4. To change the position of a network in the list, select the network.
A view with the network name as its title appears in the display.
Select Position: and use the left and right scroll arrows to select a
new position for the network to appear in the list.
Tap OK . The Edit preferred list view appears in the display with
the network in its new position on the list.
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5. To delete a network from the list, select the network. A view with
the network name as its title appears in the display.
Tap
and select Delete. The network is deleted and the Edit
preferred list view appears in the display with an updated network
list.
Call meter
Note: Call meter is only available in the Telephony - Settings
directory if your SIM supports Advice of Charge. Cost information
can only be displayed if it is supported by your network operator, if
no cost information is available the R380e displays a message.
Call meter allows you to select whether the cost or the time or the
cost and time of a call appears on the display.
To set the call meter:
1. Tap Call meter in the Telephony - Settings directory. The Call meter
view appears on the display.
2. To set the type of call meter, select Display and select Cost, Time or
Cost and time. This setting allow you to specify the information
displayed during an active voice call. If Cost and time is selected
but there is insufficient room for both on the R380e display cost is
shown.
3. Select Credit Status and then select Limited or Unlimited.
If the status is set to Limited you can set a credit limit, this is useful
because the potential cost of calls can be restricted. The call meter
shows decremental cost metering displaying the remaining credit.
If the status is set to Unlimited the call meter shows incremental
cost metering displaying the ongoing cost of the call.
4. Select Remaining credit (only available if Limited is selected for
Credit status) and the enter your remaining credit limited.
Note: If no value is entered into Remaining credit or the value is set
to 0 an error message is displayed when you try to save the settings.
Please enter a value for remaining credit.
5. Select Price per unit and enter your networks unit cost.
Note: Contact your network provider for the Price per unit if you are
unsure.
6. Select Currency and type a 3 letter currency code which represents
your country, e.g. GBP represents Great Britain Pound.
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Note: If Price per unit is set to 1 the Currency field is unavailable
and no currency code is displayed in the call meter during an active
call.does not appear.
Note: Credit status, Remaining credit, Price per unit and Currency
fields are all protected by PIN2, this can be obtained from your
network operator.
7. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the TelephonySettings view
User greetings
User greetings allows you to select whether a default or personalized
greeting appears in the display.
To change the user greeting:
1. Tap User greeting in the Telephony - Settings directory. The User
greeting view appears in the display.
2. Select Greeting and then select Standard (ERICSSON logo is
shown), Off (No greeting is shown) or Custom text (Text defined in
the Text: field is shown).
3. To change the custom text greeting, select Enter text: and enter the
text to be displayed, up to a maximum of 24 characters.
4. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
Keypad position
Keypad position allows you to select the orientation in which the
keypad appears in the display with the flip open.
To change the Keypad position:
1. Tap Keypad position in the Telephony - Settings directory. The
Keypad position view appears in the display.
2. Select Keypad and select Left or Right.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
My numbers
My numbers allows you to read/store your own voice, data and fax
numbers on your SIM card. If this is not possible, then the numbers
are read/stored in your R380e.
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To enter your own speech and data numbers:
1. Tap My numbers in the Telephony - Settings directory. The My
numbers view appears in the display.
2. Select Voice: and enter your phone number (maximum of 20
digits).
3. Select Data: and enter your data number (maximum of 20 digits).
4. Select Fax: and enter your fax number (maximum of 20 digits).
5. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
Locks
Locks provides you with access to the functions which allow you
protect your R380e from unauthorized use.
To access the locks settings:
Scroll and tap Locks in the Telephony - Settings directory. The
directory expands providing you with access to the following
settings:
SIM card lock.
Phone lock.
• Change phone lock code.
• Change PIN.
• Change PIN 2.
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To turn the SIM card lock on or off:
1. Tap SIM card lock in the Telephony - Settings directory. The SIM
card lock view appears in the display.
2. Select SIM card lock: and select On or Off.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. If you have made
any changes, you have to enter your PIN. If successful, the display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view. If the PIN is incorrect, you will hear a beep sound.
To change the phone lock setting:
1. Tap Phone lock in the Telephony - Settings directory. The Phone
lock view appears in the display.
2. Select Phone lock and select Off (no action relating to the phone
lock is performed), Automatic (the Phone lock is activated when the
SIM card is changed) or On (always prompts for the lock code
when switched on, before the SIM card check).
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3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. If you have made
any changes, you have to enter your lock code. If successful, the
display returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony
- Settings view. If the lock code is incorrect, a “Wrong phone
lock” error message appears in the display and you are returned to
the Phone lock view.
To change the phone lock code:
1. Tap Change phone Lock code in the Telephony - Settings directory.
A Change phone lock code view, with the text Enter old code:,
appears in the display.
2. Enter your old phone lock code and tap OK . The text Enter new
code: appears in the display.
3. Enter your new phone lock code and tap OK . The text Repeat new
code: appears in the display.
4. Enter your new phone lock code again and tap OK . If the PIN is
correct, a message appears in the display informing you that it has
been changed. Select OK. The display then returns to the current
expanded directory in the Telephony - Settings view. If any of the
codes entered are incorrect, an error message appears in the
display and the code is not changed. Select OK. The display returns
to the current expanded directory in the Telephony - Settings view.
To change the PIN/PIN 2:
1. Tap Change PIN/PIN 2 in the Telephony - Settings directory. A
Change PIN view, with the text Enter old PIN:, appears in the
display.
2. Enter your current PIN/PIN 2 and tap OK . The text Enter new PIN:
appears in the display.
3. Enter your new PIN/PIN 2 and tap OK . The text Repeat new PIN:
appears in the display.
4. Enter your new PIN/PIN 2 again and tap OK . If the PIN is correct,
a message appears in the display informing you that it has been
changed. Select OK. The display then returns to the current
expanded directory in the Telephony - Settings view. If any of the
PINs entered are incorrect, an error message appears in the display
and the PIN is not changed. Select OK. The display returns to the
current expanded directory in the Telephony - Settings view.
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Handsfree equipment
Handsfree equipment settings allow you to select the way in which
your R380e handles handsfree speech and the mode in which the
R380e is answered when handsfree equipment is fitted.
To change the handsfree settings:
1. Tap Handsfree equipment in the Telephony - Settings directory. The
Handsfree equipment view appears in the display.
2. To turn auto answering of a call on or off, select Answering mode
and select Normal, Any key or Automatic.
you have to answer calls as normal.
Normal -
Any key - you can answer an incoming call by pressing any key,
except the
key.
Automatic - an incoming call is answered automatically after one
ring signal.
3. To change the way in which your R380e can handle handsfree
speech, select Handsfree type and select Basic or Full.
Basic - The R380e handles the call in semi-duplex mode. This
means you cannot speak at the same time as the person at the other
end of the line. Use this alternative only if Full handsfree does not
work properly
Full - The
R380e handles the call in full-duplex mode. This means
the quality of speech is increased considerably and is much
clearer, since you do not have to wait until it is your turn to speak.
For Full handsfree to work properly, your phone adapts to the
sound environment around the handsfree equipment. This
adaptation might take a few calls. During this learning phase, the
person you are talking to might hear an echo of his or her own
voice (because the sound goes from the speaker into the
microphone again). However, this disappears as the other person
speaks. If the echo lasts longer than the first few calls, try Basic
handsfree instead.
Tip! Set the handsfree type to ‘Full’ first. If speech quality is poor, set
to ‘Basic’ type instead.
4. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in the Telephony Settings view.
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Last dialled numbers list
Last dialled numbers list allows you to turn the storing of previously
dialled numbers on or off.
To turn the Last dialled numbers list on or off:
1. Tap Last dialled numbers list in the Telephony - Settings directory.
The Last dialled numbers list view appears in the display.
2. Select Last dialled numbers list and select On or Off. If Off is selected
the current contents of the Last dialled numbers list is deleted.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the current expanded directory in Telephony - Settings.
Online services
Online Services are customized services offered by network
operators, independently of mobile phones and mobile phone
manufacturers.
When you have inserted your SIM card and turned on your phone,
your network operator can download data to your SIM card.
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To enter your Online services:
Tap Phone on the desktop, and select
.
Note: The Online Services menu only appears if your SIM card
supports online service. Your phone may not support all the services
offered.
Your network operator can, at any time, download new data, for
example a new feature, to your SIM card. You may be notified by a
message in your display.
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New ink note
This program provides you with the means of quickly writing or
sketching a note, for example, making a quick note of a phone
number or sketching out verbal directions during an active call. To
create an ink note you need to use the stylus, the keyboard option is
not available.
To enter the New ink note program:
1. Tap New ink note on the Phone desktop.
The New ink note view appears in the display.
New entry
To create a new ink note:
1. Use the stylus to enter the text and/or sketch into the New ink
note view.
Extra editing functionality is available when the ink note is
opened in Notepad.
2. Tap OK to save the ink note.
3. The Enter note title view is displayed, type a title for the ink note if
required and tap OK . If no title is entered the ink note is stored
with the title Ink note.
Note: To edit, delete or find ink notes see “Notepad” on page 157.
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Contacts
The Contacts program in your R380e provides you with the means by
which you can easily access and communicate with business contacts
and friends. You can create, edit and store entries in the Contacts
database, scroll and select contacts from a contents list, or
alternatively, you can search for a specific name. The Phone book
that you access with the flip closed, is created from the Contacts that
you have stored in the R380e. Contacts allows you to access and store
more detailed information with regards to an individual contact with
the flip open: for example multiple numbers can accessed and saved
such as mobile, home and fax numbers per contact name.
Note: When accessing contacts with the flip closed (phone book) you
are limited in both your viewing and activating capabilies.You can
only scroll to a contact, select a phone number and initiate a call.
Four task-specific icons are designated in the Contacts desktop to
enable you to perform these tasks:
• Contents list.
• New contact.
• My personal details.
• Find.
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Contents
list
New
contact
My personal
details
Find
My personal details
The first time you use your R380e, you are advised to enter your
personal details. The entry not only provides owner identification, but
also allows you to send your personal details in the form of a
Business card via infrared to another device. Furthermore, you can
attach your personal details when carrying out messaging routines,
i.e. sending e-mail, etc. See “New e-mail” on page 113.
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To enter or edit your personal details:
1. Tap My personal details on the Contacts desktop.
If you have not entered any details, you are asked to create a new
entry. The title bar contains the text ‘Enter your personal details’.
After your Personal details have been entered, selection of the My
personal details icon displays an Entry view containing your
personal details.
2. Tap <Enter first name>. Enter your first name.
3. Tap
or
and select <Enter last name>.
Enter your last name.
4. Tap
or
and select <Enter phone number>.
Enter your work phone number.
5. Tap
or
and select <Enter mobile number>.
Enter your work mobile phone number.
6. Tap
or
and select <Enter phone number>.
Enter your home phone number.
7. If you want to add an additional phone number, select <Add
number>. Select
from the pop-up menu(s) the type of phone
number to be added.
8. Continue to select and enter information for all other relevant
fields for your personal details entry, such as e-mail address and
company information.
9. Tap OK to store the new entry in the Contacts database and return
to the Contacts desktop.
Note: At least one name field, <Enter first name>, <Enter last name> or
<Enter company name>, must contain text before you can save the new
entry in the database.Otherwise, a Warning message appears in the
display.
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To send your personal details via infrared to another device:
1. Make sure your R380e’s infrared port faces the infrared port of
your target device.
Tip! The maximum recommended distance between the infrared ports
is 0.2 metre and they must also be at an angle of 30 degrees or less.
2. Tap My personal details on the Contacts desktop. Your
personal details entry appears in the display.
and select Infrared send.
4. The Infrared send progress view appears in the display. If, during
transmission, you want to stop sending your personal details,
select Cancel.
5. On completion, you are returned to the My personal details view.
3. Tap
Contents list
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The Contents list provides you with the means by which you can
access all entries held in the Contacts database. However, when you
select the Contents list on the Contacts desktop for the first time, an
empty list appears in the display.
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To access the contents list:
Tap Contents list on the Contacts desktop.
ABC
DEF
GHI
JKL
MN
OPQ RST UVW XYZ
#
Adams Alex (Adams Interiors Ltd)
Alavikia Dimitris (B. and K. Ltd)
Anderson Ellis (Electronic Supplies)
Barwen Robin (Component Sales Ltd)
Blaize Carl (Galbraith and Son)
Brien Harriette (Cranfield Finance)
Entries in Contacts are listed in alphabetical order and may be
sorted according to the following predefined options:
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Sort by first name
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Sort by last name
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Sort by company
To change the sort order of the information displayed:
Tap
and select the sort order option you want to apply to the
Contents list.
Note: The current setting will not appear as an option when
selected.
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Similarly, when viewing Contacts entries the amount of
information displayed can be changed using the following
options:
Summary - displays one line of information, consisting of the
contacts name.
• Detail - displays a second line of information, consisting of the
last contact method used for that entry. (By default this is the
first contact method entered for that entry). If there are no
contact methods available then No contact method available
appears instead. The appropriate line from the Entry view
appears in the display e.g. for a mobile number, the icon, the
alias, the phone number and an SMS icon appear in the display.
For e-mail, the e-mail address is listed with an e-mail icon.
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To change the amount of information displayed:
Tap
and select the option that displays the amount of
information in a manner that meets your requirements.
Note: The current setting will not appear as an option when
selected.
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The Contents list provides a further two methods of entering a new
entry into the Contacts database.
To create a new entry in the contents list:
and select New entry or tap
.
2. Complete and save the New entry as described in “New contact”
on page 96.
1. Tap
Accessing entries from within the Contents list allows you to perform
a number of specific tasks on your Contacts database. You can make
a phone call by tapping a phone number within an entry; access
Messaging by selecting the e-mail address; create, edit and delete
entries; send via infrared to, and receive entries via infrared from,
another device; and import and export data to a SIM card.
To make a phone call from an entry in the contents list:
1. Select the relevant tab at the top of the display.
2. Scroll to the required name and select it.
3. Select the Contact method by tapping one of the phone numbers
entered in the entry. The Telephony view appears in the display
providing you with information regarding the phone number and
contact’s name, whether or not the connection has been successful
and an indication of the length of time you have been connected.
4. To end the call, tap OK .
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2.
3.
4.
5.
To send an e-mail, SMS or fax via SMS message from an entry
in the contents list:
Select the relevant tab at the top of the display.
Scroll to the required name and select it.
To send an e-mail, select the e-mail address. The New message
view appears in the display allowing you to compose a message
before sending it. See “Messaging” on page 99 for more
information on sending e-mails.
To send an SMS message, select
<“mobile number”> SMS. The
Create SMS view in the Messaging program appears in the display
allowing you to compose an SMS message before sending it. See
“Messaging” on page 99 for more information on sending SMS
messages.
To send a Fax via SMS, select the fax number. The Create fax by
SMS view within the Messaging program appears in the display
allowing you to compose an SMS message before sending it. See
“Messaging” on page 99 for more information on sending a Fax
via SMS.
To access a WAP Internet address from an entry in the contents
list:
1. Select the relevant tab at the top of the display.
2. Scroll to the required name and select it.
3. Select the WAP Internet address.
If an Internet Service Provider (ISP) connection is already
established, the WAP services browser is opened displaying the
page linked to that particular address.
Otherwise, an ISP connection is automatically established as the
WAP services browser is opened and the page linked to that
particular address appears in the display.
See “WAP Services” on page 131 for more information on using
the WAP services browser.
Note: There can only be one Internet address. If at any point there
are two, one is deleted.
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To edit an entry in the contacts database:
1. Select the relevant tab at the top of the display.
2. Scroll to the required name and select it.
3. Tap the Title bar, or tap
and select Edit.
4. Scroll to a field that you want to edit and select it. Change or enter
any new information.
5. Continue to select and edit. When finished, tap OK to save your
changes in the Contacts database.
To delete an entry in the contacts database:
1. Select the relevant tab at the top of the display.
2. Scroll to the required name and select it.
3. Tap
and select Delete.
The Delete Confirmation view appears in the display.
4. Tap the Yes button to confirm that the entry is to be deleted.
Otherwise, tap the No button to cancel the deletion of the selected
entry.
Note: If the Global Delete Preference is set to Do not confirm
deletions then this confirmation view will not be displayed and the
entry will be deleted.
Electronic business cards
The Contents list provides a means by which you can send via
infrared a specific entry to another device and also receive an entry
that has been sent via infrared to you. The entry is inserted into the
Contacts database.
To send an entry in the contacts database via infrared to another
device:
1. Make sure your R380e infrared port faces the infrared port of the
target device.
Tip! Maximum recommended distance between infrared ports is
20 centimetres or 8 inches and they must also be at an angle of 30
degrees or less.
2. Select the relevant tab at the top of the display.
3. Scroll to the required name and select it.
4. Tap
and select Infrared send.
5. The Infrared send progress view appears in the display. If during
transmission you want to stop sending the entry, select Cancel.
6. On completion, you will be returned to the entry you selected.
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To receive an entry via infrared from another device:
1. Make sure your R380e infrared port faces the infrared port of the
target device.
Tip! Maximum recommended distance between infrared ports is
20 centimetres or 8 inches and they must also be at an angle of 30
degrees or less.
2. Tap
and select Infrared receive.
3. The Infrared receive progress view appears in the display. If
during receipt, you want to stop receiving the entry, select Cancel.
4. On completion, you are returned to an appropriate view displaying
the latest received entry.
SIM card
The Contents list within your R380e provides you with access to a
secondary phone book located within your SIM card. Although the
SIM card has limited function/storage, it allows you to export a list of
phone numbers to the card, which you can then physically remove
from the R380e.
To create a new SIM card entry:
and select SIM phone book.
The SIM phone book view appears in the display.
1. Tap
Import from SIM card
1. Anderson Alex
2. Bernard Fernando
3. Dahlberg Suzie
4. Hasan Nasrin
5. Hinde Martin
6. Olsson Niki
+46 33 555 2525
+55 51 555 8900
+1 514 555 0234
+1 514 555 2324
0161 555 3490
+358 9 555 9001
2. Tap
and select New SIM entry.
The New SIM entry view appears in the display.
3. Tap <Enter Name> and enter the contacts name and tap
to return
to the New SIM entry view.
4. Tap <Enter Number> in the New SIM entry view. Enter the contacts
number and tap
to return to the New SIM entry view.
5. Use the arrows to select the Position the entry will occupy on the
SIM.
6. Tap OK to create the new SIM entry.
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Warning! If the SIM card position selected is occupied a warning
message is displayed. Select Yes to overwrite the entry and return to
the SIM phone book view or No to select a different position.
To import one or all phone numbers from a SIM card into the
contacts database:
and select SIM phone book.
1. Tap
The SIM phone book view appears in the display.
2. Scroll to the entry you want to import and select it.
3. Tap
and select Copy to contacts.
The Copy to contacts view appears in the display.
4. Make any required modifications to the record, for example,
assign the phone number and name to a specific Contacts field.
Note: The newly created record(s) will have the imported phone
number from the SIM card phone list entered as a mobile phone
number as default. However, if the imported phone number is not a
mobile number, you must re-assign the phone number to its correct
label, i.e. work, home, etc. Otherwise, should you try to send SMS
messages to an imported phone number that is not a mobile number,
your message will fail.
5. Tap OK to transfer the current record to Contacts or tap
to
cancel.
and select Select all.
6. To import all phone numbers, tap
and select Copy to contacts.
7. Tap
The Copy to contacts view appears in the display. The first of the
selected records is shown.
8. Make any required modifications to the record, for example,
assign the phone number and name to a specific Contacts field.
9. Tap OK to transfer the current record to Contacts and view the
next record.
or
Tap
to cancel the current copy and view the next record.
Note: When all the selected records are have been view and copied or
cancelled, the SIM phone book view is displayed.
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To export a phone number from contacts to a SIM card:
and select SIM phone book.
The SIM phone book view appears in the display
1. Tap
2. Tap
and select Copy from contacts.
The Select contact view appears in the display.
An information message appears informing you how many empty
SIM positions are available.
Note: An entry in Contacts may hold home, work and mobile
telephone numbers for an individual, this record would be split into
three separate entries in the Select contact view. This is because a
SIM cards can not store multiple phone numbers against one name.
3. Scroll to the entry you want to export and select it.
Tip! You can select more than one entry at a time.
4. Tap OK to transfer the current record/s to the SIM phone book
or tap
to cancel.
If you are exporting more entries than SIM card positions
available a confirmation view is displayed. If you select Yes the
Edit SIM entry view is displayed.
5. The first empty SIM card location appears in the Position field, if
necessary use the arrows to select an alternative empty SIM card
location.
6. If there are no empty locations on the SIM card the first SIM entry
is displayed, use the Position scroll arrows to display the entry you
wish to over write.
7. Tap OK to exported the contact from the local Contacts database
to the SIM card, a message appears in the display stating that the
entry has been successfully exported.
If you are replacing an existing entry, a Warning message appears
in the display asking for confirmation that you want to over write
the entry. Select the Yes button to replace the selected entry with
the exported entry.
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New contact
New contact allows you to create and store a new entry in the
Contacts database.
To create a new entry in Contacts:
1. Tap New contact on the Contacts desktop.
2. Tap <Enter first name> in the New entry view. Enter the first name
and tap
to return to the New entry view.
3. Tap <Enter last name> in the New entry view. Enter the last name
and tap
to return to the New entry view.
4. Continue to select and enter information for all other relevant
fields for the entry being created, such as phone numbers,
e-mail address and company information.
Note: If required, you can specify additional phone numbers by
tapping <Add number>. From the pop-up menus that are displayed you
can select the type of phone and its location before entering the
phone number. The type of phone can be DTMF, allowing you to store
associated DTMF numbers that can be sent from within the Phone
book or Contacts.
5. Tap OK to store the new entry in the Contacts database and return
to the Contacts desktop.
Note: At least one name field, <Enter first name>, <Enter last name> or
<Enter company name>, must contain text before you can save the new
entry in the database.Otherwise, a Warning message appears in the
display.
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Find
Find allows you to search the Contacts database for an entry
containing a specific text.
To search for an entry containing a specific text in the database:
1. Tap Find on the Contacts desktop.
2. Enter a name (or part of a name) and tap OK to start the search.
3. A Progress Message view appears in the display. If required, a
Stop button allows you to interrupt the search and display the
entries found up to the point of interruption. Otherwise, all results
are displayed when the search is complete.
Tip!
allows you to sort the search results by First Name, Last
Name or Company. It also allows you to change between detailed or
summarized information.
4. Scroll to the entry you are looking for and select it. The database
entry appears in the display.
Note: If the entry you are looking for does not appear in the search
results, you can carry out a further search by tapping
and
entering new search criteria.
5. To edit the entry you were looking for, tap
and select Edit. See
“To edit an entry in the contacts database:” on page 92.
To call the number of the entry you were looking for, select the
Contact Method.
To send an e-mail to the entry you were looking for, select the
e-mail address. The New Message view appears in the display
allowing you to compose a message before sending it. See
“Messaging” on page 99” for more information on sending
e-mails.
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Messaging
The Messaging program within your R380e allows you to send and
receive a number of different types of message from your business
contacts and friends.
Messaging provides access to various functions which enable you to
create and send e-mail/SMS messages, receive and view
e-mail/SMS messages, perform a search for specific messages and
generate a secure access passcode.
Note: Before you can start using the send and receive functions
within Messaging, it is important that you configure your R380e to
use this service. See “Messaging settings” on page 173 and “Service
providers settings” on page 185 for further information.
Four task-specific icons are designated in the Messaging desktop to
help you to perform these tasks:
• View Messages.
• New e-mail.
• New SMS.
• Find.
Messaging
View
messages
New
e-mail
New
SMS
Find
General
If you select
when in the Inbox, Outbox, Drafts and Sent items
views you are presented with a pop-up menu that not only allows you
to select the alternative views, as stated, but also to change the way in
which the information appears in the display.
Messages can be sorted using the following predefined options:
• Sort by name - sorted in alphabetical order.
• Sort by date - sorted in descending order.
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Similarly, the amount of information displayed can be changed using
the following options:
• Summary - less detail.
• Detail - more detail.
Note: The currently selected setting, Summary or Detail, will not
appear as an option when the View menu is selected.
Furthermore, messages can be filtered to display only specific types
using the following options:
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E-mail (& E-mail via SMS)
SMS
Fax via SMS (not Inbox)
Auto configuration (Inbox only)
Area Information (Inbox only)
Notification log (Inbox only)
Synchronised e-mail
Note: When the Filter by type command is chosen, the default setting of
the Filter by type view will show all options as selected (filtered in).
To remove an option that is not required, tap the item to deselect it
(filter out).
View Messages
Tap the View message icon to open the Inbox view, the Inbox
contains messages that have been received. Messages can be e-mail
or SMS. You can scroll through the contents of the Inbox using the
scroll bar to the right of the display.
The Header Bar displays the number of messages in the Inbox and
how many of them are unread. Each message displayed contains the
sender’s name or phone number and the date it was sent. Image icons
are also used to indicate the type of message content and the status of
the message. The following is a list of image icons used in the
Messaging program.
Notification and Message content indicators:
- E-mail with no attachments.
- E-mail with attachments.
- Notification log (e-mail & voicemail notifications).
- E-mail notification saved on a SIM card.
- Multiple message type notification.
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- Multiple message type notification saved on a SIM card.
- E-mail synchronization message.
- E-mail synchronization message with attachments.
- SMS messages.
- SMS messages saved on a SIM card.
- Area information.
- Area information saved on SIM card.
- E-mail via SMS messages.
- Fax via SMS messages.
- Voice mail notification.
- Voice mail notification saved on SIM.
- Auto configuration message.
- Auto configuration message saved on SIM.
Message status indicators:
- Unread.
- Read.
Note: Messages saved on a SIM card are read from the SIM card
present when the phone is switched on. If these messages are deleted
they are also permanently deleted from the SIM card,
Note: Your R380e will be configured to support either IMAP4 or
POP3 protocol. As a result, the behaviour of your attachments will
vary. If IMAP4 protocol is supported, attachments are not
automatically downloaded. If POP3 protocol is supported,
attachments are automatically downloaded.
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To initiate a call to the voice mail service with the flip open:
Select the Dial button
on the toolbar. The Telephony view
appears in the display and a call to the voice mail service is
initiated.
Note: The Dial button
will only appear if the voice mail number
has been configured on your R380e.
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To initiate a call to the voice mail service with the flip closed:
With Dial? shown in the display, press
. The Telephony view
appears in the display and a call to the voice mail service is
initiated.
Note: The
button, only functions if the voice mail number has
been configured on your R380e.
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Get mail
The Message program in your R380e provides you with the means by
which you can connect to a remote e-mail server. You can copy or
move messages you have received from the Remote inbox on the
server to the Local inbox in your R380e. You can also delete
messages stored in the Remote inbox that you no longer want.
To copy or move new messages from the remote inbox to your
local inbox:
1. Tap Inbox on the Messaging desktop. Alternatively, you can
perform the remainder of the procedure if you are already in the
Inbox, Outbox, Sent items or Drafts view.
and select Connect.
2. Tap
If you have more than one e-mail accounts, you are presented with
a Select e-mail account view. Select an e-mail account and tap
OK .
If you have more than one internet service provider, you are
presented with a Select service provider view. Select the service
provider to be used and tap OK .
A Progress Message view appears in the display informing you of
the current status of the connection: Dialling....; Authenticating...;
Connecting....; Sending....
Note: If authentication is required, see “Authentication in dial-up
access” on page 112 for more information.
3. Select the message or messages, or tap
and select Select all.
and select Copy to inbox (a copy of the original message is
4. Tap
retained on the server) or Move to inbox (original message is
removed from the server).
and select Disconnect. The remote server
5. On completion, tap
connection is severed and the messages appear in your Inbox.
Alternatively, the connection is severed if no activity is detected
over a period of time.
To delete messages in the Remote Inbox:
1. Tap Inbox on the Messaging desktop.
2. Tap
and select Connect.
If you have more than one e-mail accounts, you are presented with
a Select e-mail account view. Select an e-mail account and tap
OK .
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If you have more than one internet service provider, you are
presented with a Select service provider view. Select the service
provider to be used and tap OK .
A Progress Message view appears in the display informing you of
the current status of the connection: Dialling....; Authenticating...;
Connecting....; Sending....
Note: If authentication is required, see “Authentication in dial-up
access” on page 112 for more information.
3. The Remote inbox appears in the display containing a list of all
messages. Select the message or messages or tap
and select
Select all.
and select Delete. The Delete confirmation view appears in
4. Tap
the display.
5. Tap Yes to confirm that the record is to be deleted. Otherwise, tap
No to cancel the deletion of the selected messages.
and select Disconnect. The remote server
6. On completion, tap
connection is severed and the Local Inbox appears in the display.
Alternatively, the connection is severed if no activity is detected
over a period of time.
Viewing a message
To view the contents of a message:
1. Select the message you want to view with the stylus. The message
opens and appears in the view.
Note: Phone numbers, URLs and e-mail addresses are supported
within a message as hyperlinks.
2. To hide/show the complete To: and Cc: of the message, tap
and select Show detail or Hide detail (the option is dependent on what
is currently selected).
3. Having selected a message, you may find that embedded within
the message is a file attachment. An image icon is used to indicate
the type of attachment and a file name is enclosed within <>
brackets
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The type of attachments supported by your R380e are:
- <vCard (my personal details) attachment file> downloaded.
- <vCard (my personal details) attachment file> not
downloaded.
- <vCalendar attachment file> downloaded.
- <vCalendar attachment file> not downloaded.
abc
- <text attachment file> downloaded.
! - <text attachment file> not downloaded.
abc
- <other attachment file> downloaded.
! - <other attachment file> not downloaded.
Note: If the message contains multiple attachments, a separate
attachment icon indicates each attachment and its appropriate file
name.
Working with attachments you have received
To download an attachment:
1. Select the attachment and select Download attachment from the
pop-up menu.
2. If the attachment is not held on your R380e, a progress message
appears in the display during the retrieval process and a further
message on completion. Once downloaded, the icon changes.
To add a vCard attachment to the contacts database:
1. With the vCard attachment downloaded and selected, tap
and
select Add sender to contacts. The attached vCard appears in the
Record view.
2. Tap OK to accept the record for creation as an entry in the
Contents list. Otherwise, tap
to cancel adding the record into
the Contacts database and return to the message.
To add a vCalendar attachment as an entry in the calendar:
1. With the vCalendar attachment downloaded and selected, tap
and select Add to calendar. The attached vCalendar appears in the
Appointment entry view.
2. Tap OK to accept the record for creation as an entry in the
Calendar. Otherwise, tap
to cancel adding the appointment as
an entry in the Calendar and return to the message.
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To view a text attachment:
Select the attachment and select View attachment from the pop-up
menu. The attachment is opened and its content appears in the
display.
To delete an attachment from your R380e:
1. With the attachment downloaded and selected, tap
and select
Delete attachment.
2. A message appears in the display stating “The attachment has
been deleted from the device” and the attachment icon changes to
indicate that the attachment is no longer held on the device.
Adding a sender to contacts
To add a sender to the contacts database:
1. With the e-mail or SMS message selected and the contents
displayed in the Inbox view, tap
and select Add sender to
contacts.
2. The display changes to the New entry view in Contacts and the
name, address and phone number fields appear in the display. If
the alias is present it will be placed in the name field, otherwise
the field remains blank. The sender’s e-mail address is inserted
into the e-mail address field.
3. Continue to enter information for all other relevant fields as
described in “New contact” on page 96. On completion, the
e-mail/SMS message appears in the display.
Reply
When in the Inbox view you can choose to reply to a message.
To reply to an e-mail or SMS message:
1. With the e-mail or SMS message selected and the contents
displayed in the Inbox view, tap
and select Reply (reply to the
sender) or if the message is an e-mail you can select Reply to all
(reply to sender and recipients). The New message view appears
in the display.
2. Tap <Enter message> and enter your message.
and
3. If you want to send an attachment with the reply, tap
select the type of attachment. See “New e-mail” on page 113 for
more information on the type of attachments that can be sent.
4. To send the reply, tap OK . If the message being sent is an e-mail,
the Send confirmation view appears in the display. Select Yes to
connect and forward the message immediately. Otherwise, select
No to forward the message at a more convenient time. If the
message is not forwarded immediately, it is placed in the Outbox.
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Forward
When in the Inbox view you can choose to forward a message.
To forward an e-mail or SMS message:
and select Forward. The New Message view appears in the
display.
Tap <Enter recipients> and use the left and right Alphabet scroll
arrows and the up and down scroll arrows to the right of the screen
to locate and select the recipient from the list of contacts.
If the intended recipient is not stored within your Contacts
database, select 123 or abc and enter the contact details for the
recipient: an SMS phone number or an e-mail address.
If you intend to forward the message to more than one recipient,
repeat steps 2 and 3 until all recipients have been selected.
To forward the message, tap OK . If the message being sent is an
e-mail, the Send confirmation view appears in the display. Select
Yes to connect and forward the message immediately. Otherwise,
select No to forward the message at a more convenient time. If the
message is not forwarded immediately, it is placed in the Outbox.
1. Tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
Delete messages
When in the Inbox view you can choose to delete a message or all
messages.
To delete a message from the inbox:
1. With the e-mail or SMS message selected and the contents
displayed in the Inbox view, tap
and select Delete. The Delete
confirmation view appears in the display.
Note: If the Global delete preference is set to Do not confirm
deletions then this confirmation view will not be displayed and the
record will be deleted.
2. Tap Yes to confirm that the record is to be deleted. Otherwise, tap
No
to cancel the deletion of the selected message.
To delete multiple messages from the inbox:
1. With all e-mail and SMS messages displayed in the Inbox view,
tap
and select Delete messages. The Delete inbox messages
view appears in the display.
and select Select all.
2. Select the messages to be deleted or tap
Tap OK to initiate the deletion process. The Delete confirmation
view appears in the display.
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Note: If the Global delete preference is set to Do not confirm
deletions then this confirmation view will not be displayed and the
record will be deleted.
3. Tap Yes to confirm that the records are to be deleted. Otherwise,
tap No to cancel the deletion of the selected messages.
Edit message
When in the Inbox view you can edit a message.
To edit a message:
1. With the e-mail or SMS message selected and the contents
displayed in the Inbox view, tap
and select Edit. The Message
edit view appears in the display.
2. Select the required fields for editing:
• Subject.
• Message body.
• Text attachments - select Edit or Delete from the pop-up menu.
If your selection is edit then the text editor appears in the
display.
Note: All remaining fields cannot be edited.
3. If you want to attach a file, tap
and select the type of file to be
attached. See “New e-mail” on page 113 for more information on
the type of attachments that can be sent.
4. When you have finished editing the message, tap OK .
Outbox
The Outbox contains e-mail that you have created but not yet sent.
SMS messages that you have created or edited are normally sent
immediately. However, if a message fails to be sent at all or only
delivered to limited recipients, then the message is placed in the
Outbox containing a list of failed recipients in the To recipients field.
When in the Inbox, Drafts or Sent items view, the contents of the
Outbox are displayed when you tap
and select Outbox.
Select a message with the stylus to view its contents.
Send messages
When in the Outbox view you can choose to send a message or all
messages you elected to dispatch later.
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To send messages held in the outbox:
1. With the e-mail or SMS messages displayed in the Outbox view,
tap
and select Send messages.
Outbox: 3 messages
E John Ericsson
Quarterly Report
Steven Mutelezi
Regional Order
E Pamela Gonzalez
Latest Advertisement
18/05/2000
11.2kb
18/05/2000
3.0kb
17/05/2000
9.4kb
The Send messages view appears displaying a list of the different
types, and the number of each type, of messages being held in the
Outbox.
Send messages
Ericsson e-mail (3)
Compuserve e-mail (5)
SMS (1)
E-mail via SMS (2)
Fax via SMS (1)
2. Tap the type of message to be sent. A Send messages view appears
displaying a list of all messages for this type.
Send messages - Ericsson e-mail (3)
Ericsson John
Ericsson
Minutes of meeting (12/05)
Compuserve
Anderson Jan
Project guidelines
Adams Bella
Lunch appointment details
18 May 2000
11.2kb
18 May 2000
13.2kb
17 May 2000
9.4kb
Tap the messages to be sent or tap
and select Select all. Tap OK
to initiate the sending of the selected messages.
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3. If you have more than one internet service provider, then the
Select service provider view appears in the display so that you can
choose a provider. Select a service provider from the list and tap
OK .
Select service provider
Ericsson
EricNet
4. A Progress message view appears in the display informing you of
the current status of the connection: Dialling....; Authenticating...;
Connecting....; Sending....
Dialling...
Stop
Note: If authentication is required, see “Authentication in dial-up
access” on page 112 for more information.
On completion of the messages being sent you are returned to the
Send messages view. If you have further messages to send, select
the type and proceed as previously described.
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To send a message you are viewing in outbox:
With the e-mail or SMS message selected and the contents
displayed in the Outbox view, tap
and select Send.
If the message being sent is an e-mail, the Send confirmation view
appears in the display. Select Yes to connect and forward the
message immediately. Otherwise, select No to forward the
message at a more convenient time. If the message is not
forwarded immediately, it remains in the Outbox.
If the message is an SMS message it is sent immediately.
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The remainder of the procedure is the same as that described in
steps 3 to 5 for sending messages.
Edit message
When in the Outbox view you can edit a message.
To edit a message:
1. With the e-mail or SMS message selected and the contents
displayed in the Outbox view, tap
and select Edit. The
Message edit view appears in the display.
2. Select the required fields for editing.
and select the type of file to be
3. If you want to attach a file, tap
attached. See “New e-mail” on page 113 for more information on
the type of attachments that can be sent.
4. When you have finished editing the message, tap OK . You are
returned to the Outbox record view.
Forward messages
When in the Outbox view you can choose to forward a message. See
“View Messages” on page 100 for more information on forwarding
messages.
Delete message
When in the Outbox view you can choose to delete a message or all
messages. See “View Messages” on page 100 for more information
on deleting messages.
Sent items
Sent items contains e-mail and SMS messages that have been sent.
When in the Inbox or Outbox view, the contents of the Sent items
appear in the display when you tap
and select Sent items.
To view the contents of a sent message:
1. Select the message you want to view with the stylus. The message
opens and appears in the view.
and
2. To hide/show the complete To and Cc of the message, tap
select Show detail or Hide detail (the option is dependent on what is
currently selected).
Edit message
When in the Sent items view you can choose to edit a message for resending. See View messages “Edit message” on page 107 for more
information on editing messages. To send a message that has been
edited, tap
and select Forward.
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Delete messages
When in the Sent items view you can choose to delete a message or
all messages. See “View Messages” on page 100 for more
information on deleting messages.
Forward message
When in the Sent items view you can choose to forward a message.
See “View Messages” on page 100 for more information on
forwarding messages.
Drafts
The Drafts folder allows you to store messages which are not
complete. You can also move a message from the Outbox folder to
the Drafts folder.
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To move a message from the outbox folder:
Select the message to be moved, tap
and select Move to drafts.
The message is moved and the Drafts view appears in the display.
To view a message for editing:
1. Select the message to be edited. The message opens in the
Message edit view.
2. Select and edit the message fields as required.
and select Attach my personal details,
3. To add an attachment, tap
Attach contact, Attach calendar entry and Attach to do.
4. To send the message, tap OK . If the message being sent is an
e-mail, the Send confirmation view appears in the display. Select
Yes to connect and forward the message immediately. Otherwise,
select No to forward the message at a more convenient time. If the
message is not forwarded immediately, it is placed in the Outbox
To delete a message from drafts:
1. With the e-mail or SMS message selected and the contents
displayed in the Inbox view, tap
and select Delete. The Delete
confirmation view appears in the display.
Note: If the Global delete preference is set to Do not confirm
deletions then this confirmation view will not be displayed and the
record will be deleted.
2. Tap Yes to confirm that the record is to be deleted. Otherwise, tap
No
to cancel the deletion of the selected message.
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Authentication in dial-up access
Static password
If a ‘Static password’ has been defined in the ISP settings, then
authentication will be performed using the stored User name and
Password.
Access security “strong authentication”
Your R380e has built in one-time password generators, which enable
secure automatic connection to the corporate network for e-mail and
WAP services.
Your R380e supports authentication software from RSA Security
(Product name: RSA SecurID) and from Secure Computing (Product
name: SafeWord).
When you need access to a network requiring “strong
authentication”, an authentication PIN view is presented and you are
prompted to enter your PIN number.
Note: RSA SecurID is based on both the R380e and the network
server using UTC as a time reference when generating one-time
passcodes. The R380e uses the concept of home and destination time.
The home time is always set to the time zone where you “live” and
the destination time is supposed to be set to the time zone where you
currently are. The R380e has one internal clock, which is always set
to UTC and the home and destination times are stored as time zone
offsets. See “Clock” on page 160 for more information on time zones.
If the R380e and the network server are not synchronised you will not
be able to access corporate services, such as e-mail, etc. To ensure
that RSA SecureID works correctly, you must set the time for your
R380e to match your currently selected time zone setting.
Manual login
Your R380e also supports manual login, which means that a User
name view and a Password view are presented and you are prompted
to enter your User name and Password.
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New e-mail
New e-mail allows you to create and send new e-mail messages.
To create and send a new e-mail message:
1. Tap New e-mail on the Messaging desktop or if you are in the
Inbox, Outbox, Drafts or Sent items view tap
and select
New e-mail. The Message edit view appears in the display.
2. Tap <Enter recipients> and use the left and right Alphabet scroll
arrows and the up and down scroll arrows to the right of the screen
to locate and select the recipient.
3. If the intended recipient is not stored within your Contacts
database, select abc and enter the recipients e-mail address.
Note: You can send an e-mail to more than one recipient by repeating
step 2 or 3. Each recipient must be separated by a semi-colon(;).
4. If you want to copy the message to another recipient, tap
<Enter Cc recipients> and use
the left and right Alphabet scroll
arrows and the up and down scroll arrows to locate and select the
recipient.
5. If the intended recipient is not stored within your Contacts
database, carry out step 3.
Note: You can copy an e-mail to more than one recipient by repeating
step 4 or 5. Each recipient must be separated by a semi-colon(;).
6. Tap
and select <Enter subject> or tap
. Enter your message.
7. If you want to send the e-mail via an account that is different from
that shown as the default (the last account used), tap
and select
. The pop-up menu displays a list of accounts
Account: or tap
that you defined in the e-mail settings. Select an account.
and select <Enter message> or tap
.
8. Tap
.
9. Enter your message and tap
and select the type of
10. If you want to send an attachment, tap
file to be attached. The pop-up menu has four alternatives which
you can choose from:
• Attach my personal details - This option initiates the attaching of
your personal details in vCard format.
• Attach contact - This option allows you to select a Contacts
record from the Select contacts attachment list that appears in
the display. Use the left and right Alphabet scroll arrows and
the up and down scroll arrows to the right of the screen to
locate the record and select it.
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This option allows you to select an
Appointment or All day event from the Select entry attachment
list that appears in the display. Use the left and right Date scroll
arrows and the up and down scroll arrows to the right of the
screen to locate the calendar entry and select it.
If the entry is a recurring event, then an “Attach which
occurrences” message appears in the display. Select All to
attach all occurrences or This one to attach the specific entry
you selected.
• Attach to do - This option allows you to select a Calendar to do
from the Select to do attachment list that appears in the display.
Use the up and down scroll arrows to the right of the screen to
locate the To do and select it.
11. To send the e-mail, tap OK . The Send confirmation view appears
in the display. Select Yes to connect and forward the message
immediately. Otherwise, select No to forward the message at a
more convenient time. If the message is not forwarded
immediately, it is placed in the Outbox.
•
Attach calendar entry-
Note: If a connection to an Internet Service Provider (ISP) is
currently open and this is different to the your preferred ISP, a
confirmation message is presented asking if you want to disconnect
from the current ISP and connect to the preferred ISP. Selection of the
Yes button will disconnect the current ISP and reconnect to the
preferred ISP and send the message. Selection of the No button
maintains the connection to the current ISP and places the message
in the Outbox. If no selection is made, the confirmation message
times-out after a few seconds and the e-mail is placed in the Outbox.
Sending mail from a PC mail account
If you choose a PC mail account, the e-mail is placed in the Outbox
folder of your R380e. The next time you synchronize your R380e
with the computer that has the same account, the e-mail is transferred
to the Outbox folder of the mail program of your computer. If the
computer is connected to a network or mail server, the e-mail is
automatically sent and placed in the Sent folder.
Forwarding or replying to a PC mail message
When forwarding or replying to a PC mail it will normally be sent as
described above. Should you want to forward or reply to the message
before you next synchronize with your PC, you may do so by
selecting a non-PC mail account.
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Note: If you synchronise with your work e-mail and then reply using
internet e-mail, your message will be transmitted over the internet
and will be less secure. It may be possible to access the same account
as your PC sync mail with dial-up networking.
1.
2.
3.
4.
To immediately forward or send a reply to a PC mail message
from your R380e:
From the Inbox view, tap the required PC sync e-mail message
with the stylus. The message opens and appears in the display.
Tap
and select Forward, Reply, or Reply to all. The New message
view appears in the display.
Select Account: and change the account to one that is not a PC mail
account.
Change the To:/Cc: to an e-mail address that can be used with the
selected account.
Tip! PC mail uses a different addressing scheme, e.g My Colleague
(Sales) </O=MyCompany/CN=ColleagueCode>, and must be
changed to the MyColleague@MyCompany.com style of addressing.
Tap To:/Cc: and clear the existing address by tapping
tapping
and selecting Clear all.
Enter an e-mail address for the recipient or tap
recipient from the list of contacts.
abc
, then
and select the
5. Scroll to the subject header and message text, tap and edit as
required.
Note: The cursor is placed at the end of the text.
6. To send the message, tap OK . The Send confirmation view
appears in the display. Select Yes to connect and send the message
immediately.
Otherwise, select No to forward the message at a more convenient
time. The message is placed in the Outbox and is sent the next
time you send messages from that account.
PC mail accounts and e-mail accounts
When you enter a name in the PC mail account text box on your
computer, an account with the same name is created in your R380e
the first time you synchronize. All e-mails in your computer will be
synchronized with the e-mails marked with that specific account in
your R380e. See “Synchronizing your R380e” on page 195 for more
information on synchronizing.
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If you have access to more than one computer, it is essential that you
specify different accounts (called PC mail accounts) with different
names for each computer. For example, you have a computer at work
and one at home. The computer at work has the account Work and the
computer at home has the account Home. When you synchronize,
only the e-mails marked with that specific account are synchronized.
You can therefore be sure that e-mails associated with different
computers will not be mixed up when synchronizing.
Different accounts can also be created in your R380e (called e-mail
accounts). These accounts contain the logon details to your ISP
(Internet Service Provider). See “E-mail account settings” on page
179 for more information on creating new accounts.
When you create a new e-mail in your R380e, you have to choose an
account name from a list, which contains all the accounts created on
different computers (PC mail accounts) as well as the ones created in
you R380e (e-mail accounts).
New SMS
New SMS allows you to create new SMS messages.
To create and send a new SMS:
1. Tap New SMS on the Messaging desktop or if you are in the
Inbox, Outbox, Drafts or Sent items view tap
and select New
SMS. The Message Edit view appears in the display.
2. Tap <Enter recipients> and use the left and right Alphabet scroll
arrows and the up and down scroll arrows to the right of the screen
to locate and select the recipient.
3. If the intended recipient is not stored within your Contacts
database, select 123 and enter the recipient’s mobile number.
Note: You can send an SMS to more than one recipient by repeating
step 2 or 3. Each recipient must be separated by a semi-colon(;).
4. Tap
and select <Request reply >. Select Yes or No from the
pop-up menu that appears in the display.
If Yes is selected the recipient is requested to reply to your SMS
message.
5. Select <Validity period >. Select the period in which the message is
to remain valid from the pop-up menu that appears in the display.
6. Select <Enter message> and enter your message.
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Note: A character counter appears in the top right corner; this
displays the maximum number of characters currently available in
the SMS. The counter decreases as you type your message. If the
number of characters you type exceeds the amount of one SMSs, the
counter displays the number of characters remaining in the second
SMS with a /n, where n is the number of SMSs that have to be sent to
transport the message.
7. To send the SMS message, tap OK . If the message is not sent or is
only delivered to some of the recipients, then an appropriate
warning message appears in the display and the message is placed
in the Outbox folder. You can also see a list of recipients who
failed to receive the message.
Note: If the SMS counter showed that the SMS has to be sent as
multiple messages, a view appears asking you to confirm this.
Selection of Yes will temporarily change the settings allowing the
message to be sent as multiple messages. On completion of sending
the SMS, the setting is reverted to its original setting. See “SMS
settings” on page 174 for more information on (multiple messages)
concatenation settings. If No is selected, then you are returned to the
New SMS view so that you can reduce the message to a single SMS
size.
New e-mail or fax via SMS
To create a new e-mail or fax and send it via SMS:
1. When in the Inbox, Outbox, Drafts or Sent items view, tap
and select New e-mail via SMS or New fax via SMS. The Message edit
view appears in the display.
2. Tap <Enter recipients> and use the left and right Alphabet scroll
arrows and the up and down scroll arrows to the right of the screen
to locate and select the recipient.
3. If the intended recipient is not stored within your Contacts
database, select abc and enter the recipient’s e-mail address or
select 123 and enter the recipient’s fax number.
Note: You can send an e-mail/fax via SMS to more than one recipient
by repeating step 2 or 3. Each recipient must be separated by a semicolon(;).
4. Select <Enter message> and enter your message.
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5. To send the e-mail or fax via SMS, tap OK . If the message is not
sent or is only delivered to some of the recipients, then an
appropriate warning message appears in the display and the
message is placed in the Outbox folder. You can also see a list of
recipients who failed to receive the message.
Find
Find allows you to search for a specific message in all folders within
messaging. A search can also be initiated locally within a folder by
selecting
. This will initiate the search in that folder only, e.g.
Inbox.
To search for a specific entry in Messaging:
1. Tap Find on the Messaging desktop.
2. Enter a name (or part of a name) and tap OK to initiate the search.
The search is not case sensitive.
3. A search is then performed on the following fields of all
messages: To:, From:, Cc:, Subject: and the message body.
Attachments are not searched.
4. The Progress Message view appears in the display. If required, a
Stop button allows you to interrupt the search and display the
entries found up to the point of interruption. Otherwise, all results
appear in the display when the search is complete.
Tip!
allows you to sort the search results by Date/Name and to
filter the search by specifying type. It also allows you to change
between detailed or summarized information.
5. Scroll to the message you were looking for and select it. The
message appears in its appropriate view, i.e. if the message is
stored in the Sent items folder, it is displayed in the Sent items
view.
Note: If the entry you are looking for does not appear in the search
results you can carry out a further search by tapping
and
entering a new search criteria.
Note: Attachments are not searched.
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Area information or SMS message notification
If you receive area information or a SMS message notification when
either the flip is opened or closed, the message immediately appears
in that view. If you then close the flip or open the flip (depending on
the current status), the area information or a SMS message
notification continues to be displayed in the subsequent view until
you have read the message.
Note: SMS message notifications appear in a similar format to area
information messages, except the message header is ‘Message’.
If the message text exceeds the display, use
(Flip closed) or
and
(Flip open) to view the remaining text.
When you have read the message you can dismiss the message using
one of the following methods:
• With the Flip open, select OK.
or
.
• With the Flip closed, press
If the message contains embedded links and is available in the Inbox
(if configured to be saved), then you can re-open the message in the
Flip open view and initiate a link by tapping the link with the stylus.
Note: Short SMS messages are stored in the Inbox as SMS messages.
If area information has been configured to be stored, then it is also
stored in the Inbox.
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Auto configuration
Whenever you receive new auto configuration settings for your
R380e, an auto configuration icon
along with the text “Auto
configuration” appears in your Inbox.
To auto configure your R380e:
1. Select the auto configuration message in the Inbox.
Inbox: 7 messages - 1 unread
Ericsson John
Agenda for Friday's meeting
+43155567890
How are you?
Auto configuration
Operator 1
18-05-2000
13.2kb
15-05-2000
2.0kb
12-05-2000
10.0kb
2. The Auto configuration message view appears in the display
providing you with a brief text message and operator
identification.
Auto Configuration
New ISP settings have been
received from Operator 1
Configure now?
Yes
No
3. The brief text message displays the type of setting to be
configured, ISP settings, Script settings, E-mail settings, SMS settings,
Voicemail settings, WAP settings or WAP bookmarks and also the text
“Configure now?”. To initiate the auto configuration, select Yes.
To perform the auto configuration later, select No.
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Calendar
Calendar, with the flip open, consists of an appointment book and a
to-do list. It has five views, a month view, a week view, a day view, a
to-do view and a new appointment view. You have the option of
choosing whether you want the week to start on Sunday or Monday.
You can create, edit and delete appointments, to-do items and all day
events and also create recurring appointments. You can set how far in
advance of an appointment or to-do you want the reminder to
activate.
Calendar provides access to the various functions which enable you
to enter details regarding All day events, Appointments and create To
do items.
Five task-specific icons are designated in the Calendar desktop to
enable you to perform these tasks:
• Month.
• Week.
• Day.
• To do.
• New appointment.
Calendar
Month
Week
Day
To Do
New
appointment
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Month view
When you select Month from the top level menu, you are presented
with the view for the current month.
2000
Wk
18
19
20
21
22
23
May
M
01
08
15
22
29
05
T
02
09
16
23
30
06
W
03
10
17
24
31
07
T
04
11
18
25
01
08
F
05
12
19
26
02
09
S
06
13
20
27
03
10
S
07
14
21
28
04
11
The year and month appear in the title bar at the top of the display. To
display/choose from a list of years, tap the year. You can move to the
previous and next month by selecting the left and right arrows.
The week numbers are displayed down the left-hand side. If you
select a week number, then the week view for that week appears in
the display.
The current day is shown in inverse video and days that are not part
of the current month are shown in grey. If you select any day, then the
day view for that day appears in the display, except those dates which
are shown in grey and are outside the calendar date range.
Days on which there are appointments are shown with a box next to
the date. Days that have all day events are shown with a diamond
next to the date.
See “The toolbar” on page 48 for information on toolbar icons and
their functions.
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Week view
When you select Week from the top level menu, you are presented
with the view for the current week.
May
Wk
M15
T
16
Week 20 2000
19
W 17 T 18 F
S 20 S 21
8 am
10 am
12 am
2 pm
4 pm
6 pm
The month and week number are displayed in the title bar at the top
of the display. You can move to the previous and next week by
selecting the left and right arrows. Selecting the month takes you to
the month view.
The days of the week (one-letter abbreviation for each day of the
week) and date appear below the title bar. Selecting a day/date causes
the day view for that day to appear in the display.
The time of day is shown on the left-hand side of the display in twohour increments.
Appointment areas are shown in black. Selecting a black area causes
the appointment to appear in the display. Selecting an area that is not
black causes the Create appointment view to appear in the display,
allowing you to create a new appointment.
A small black diamond shaped marker at the top of a particular day
denotes an All day event.
A small arrow at the top of the week appointment area indicates that
an appointment starts before the time shown at the top of that
particular day. A small arrow at the bottom indicates that there is an
appointment that ends after the last shown time for that day. You can
scroll to these areas using the scroll bar to the left of the toolbar.
The icons on the toolbar have similar functions to those described
previously.
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Day view
When you select Day from the top level menu, you are presented with
the view for the current day. Alternatively, when you select
and
Day view from the pop-up menu, when in the Month or Week view, the
first day of the currently viewed month or week is displayed.
The day and date and week number are displayed in the title bar at the
top of the display. You can move to the previous and next day by
selecting the left and right arrows. Selecting the week takes you to the
week associated with the day you are viewing.
Wk 20
Thursday 18-05-2000
Emma's birthday
10:30-12:30 Meeting with John Ericsson
13:00-14:00 Lunch with Pamela. Le Bistro, 21 King
The display can be viewed in summary view, shown above, or detail
view, shown below.
Wk 20
Thursday 18-05-2000
Emma's birthday
(59 South Street)
10:30-12:30 Meeting with John Ericsson
(Conference room 2)
13:00-14:00 Lunch with Pamela. Le Bistro, 21 King
(Le Bistro, 21 King Street, )
You can select either of these views by selecting
preference from the menu, i.e detail or summary.
and then your
Note: The current setting does not appear as an option when
selected.
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To do
When you select To do from the top level menu, depending on your
settings, you are presented with the To do list in either Summary view
or Detail view.
To do’s are listed by those not completed first, in chronological order,
followed by completed to do’s.
Uncompleted to do’s are shown with an empty box next to them.
Completed to do’s have a tick in the box.
When you have completed a to do, select the empty box and a tick is
entered automatically. Clicking the box again deletes the tick.
New appointment
The New appointment view can be displayed from the Calendar top
level menu by selecting New appointment. It can also be displayed
from the Month, Week, Today and To Do views by selecting the New
button
or by selecting
and then selecting New appointment.
To enter details relating to the new appointment:
1. Select <Appointment> and a pop-up menu gives you the option of
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
selecting Appointment or All day event.
Select <Enter description> and enter a subject description of the
appointment.
Tap
and select <Location> or tap
. Enter a description of the
location.
Tap
and select the Start: date field or tap
. A calendar
appears in the display allowing you to select the start date of the
appointment.
Use the left and right scroll arrows to select the year and month.
Then select the day of the month the appointment is to start.
Tap
and select the Start: time field or tap
. A clock appears
in the display allowing you to select the start time of the
appointment.
Use the up and down scroll arrows to select the start time of the
appointment.
Tap
and select the End: date field or tap
. A calendar
appears in the display allowing you to select the end date of the
appointment.
Use the left and right scroll arrows to select the year and month.
Then select the day of the month the appointment is to end.
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10. Tap
and select the End: time field or tap
. A clock appears
in the display allowing you to select the start time of the
appointment.
11. Use the up and down scroll arrows to select the end time of the
appointment.
. The New appointment view appears in the display
12. Tap
showing the details you have selected.
13. If you want to be reminded of the appointment, select Reminder:.
and select On from the pop-up menu. The Time before: field now
appears in the display, select the time period that you want to be
reminded before the appointment.
14. Select Notes: and enter a brief description about any other
information you may need for the appointment.
15. If you want the appointment to be repeated, tap <None> and select
Daily, Weekly, Monthly by date, Monthly by week day or Yearly. The
Interval: and Until: fields now appear in the display. Select the
interval and the end date of the repeat.
16. When you are happy with your selections for the appointment, tap
OK . You now go back to the Calendar top level menu.
Working with the calendar
Creating an all day event
Creating a new all day event is very similar to that of creating an
appointment, the only difference being that you do not have to set the
start and end times. If Reminder is set to On, Remind at date and time
fields appear in the display.
Creating a to do
The New to do view can be displayed from the Month, Week, Today
and to do views by selecting
and then selecting New to do.
Alternatively, you can select
the New button when in the To Do
view.
To enter details relating to a new to do:
1. Select <Enter description> and enter a subject description of the To
do.
2. Tap
and select Due: or tap
. A calendar appears in the
display allowing you to select the due date of the To do.
3. Use the left and right scroll arrows to select the year and month.
Then select the day of the month for the To do.
. The New to do view appears in the display showing the
4. Tap
details you have selected.
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5. If you want to be reminded of the to do, select Reminder: and select
On from
the pop-up menu. The default is Off.
6. If Reminder: is set to On, select the Remind at: date and time fields
and use the up and down scroll arrows to select the date and time
of the reminder.
7. Select Notes: and enter a brief description about any other
information you may need for the To do entry.
8. When you are happy with your selections for the To do, tap OK .
The To do list appears in the display.
Editing calendar entries
To edit a calendar entry:
1. Select an entry from one of the Calendar views. The details of the
entry appear in the display.
and select the type of editing you require from the pop-up
menu.
• Edit - only available if the Appointment or All day event is not
recurring.
• Edit this occurrence - only available if the Appointment or All
day event is recurring. Resets the Repeat: field to None and any
changes are applied to this occurrence only.
• Edit all occurrences - only available if the Appointment or All
day event is recurring. Changes are applied to all occurrences.
The Edit view appears in the display.
2. Tap
Alternatively, you can tap the title bar. If the entry is not recurring
the Edit view appears in the display. If the entry is recurring a
‘Repeating appointment’ message appears asking ‘Change which
occurrences?’. Select All to apply changes to all occurrences or
This one to apply changes to this occurrence only.
3. Edit the entry as required then tap OK .
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Deleting calendar entries
To delete a calendar entry:
1. Select an entry from one of the Calendar views. The details of the
entry appears in the display.
and select the type of delete you require from the pop-up
menu.
• Delete - only available if the Appointment or All day event is
not recurring.
• Delete this occurrence - only available if the Appointment or All
day event is recurring.
• Delete all occurrences - only available if the Appointment or All
day event is recurring.
The Confirm delete view appears in the display.
2. Tap
Note: If the Global delete preference is set to Do not confirm
deletions then this confirmation view will not be displayed and the
record will be deleted.
3. Tap the Yes button to confirm that the Calendar entry is to be
deleted. Otherwise, tap the No button to cancel deletion of the
selected entry.
Cleaning up the calendar
The Cleanup view allows you to delete entries older than a specified
date and can be performed from either the Month, Week, Today and
To Do views.
To clean up the calendar:
1. From the Month, Week, Today or To Do view, tap
and select
Cleanup. The Clean up calendar entries view appears in the display.
2. Select how old the entries are to be before they are deleted and the
type(s) of entry to be deleted.
3. Select OK to initiate the cleanup process. The Confirm delete view
appears in the display.
4. Tap the Yes button to confirm that the entries defined in the
cleanup view are to be deleted. Otherwise, tap the No button to
cancel the deletion.
Sending and receiving appointments, all day events and to dos
You can send a specific Calendar event via infrared to another device
and also receive an event that has been sent via infrared to you. You
can either accept the event into the Calendar or discard it.
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2.
3.
4.
To send an appointment, all day event or to do via infrared to
another device:
Select the relevant Appointment, All day event or To do.
Tap
and select the type of send via infrared you require from
the pop-up menu.
• Infrared send - only available if the Appointment or All day
event is not recurring.
• Infrared send this occurrence - only available if the Appointment
or All day event is recurring. Initiates the sending of this
occurrence only.
• Infrared send all occurrences - only available if the Appointment
or All day event is recurring. Initiates the sending of all
occurrences of this entry.
The Send via infrared progress view appears in the display. If,
during transmission, you want to stop sending the event, select
Cancel.
On completion, you go back to the event you selected.
To receive via infrared an entry from another device:
and select Infrared receive.
2. The Receive via infrared progress view appears in the display. If,
during receipt, you want to stop receiving the entry, select Cancel.
3. On completion, you go back to an appropriate view displaying the
latest received record.
1. Tap
Switching off a calendar alarm
When the alarm activates at the set time, an audible alarm is heard
and a message appears in the display indicting the time and the
message you entered for the calendar appointment/to do. The alarm
duration is about thirty seconds.
•
Tap OK to accept and switch off the alarm.
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WAP Services
WAP Services is a program providing the functionality required to
browse the Internet. It consists of an Internet browser using a
standard called Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) and a language
called Wireless Mark-up Language (WML). This standard was
specially created for wireless communication through mobile phones,
such as your R380. The WAP services browser is suitable for
interaction with services such as ticket and hotel reservations, or online banking and electronic commerce. It can also be useful for
accessing information such as weather reports, timetables, share
prices and exchange rates.
Note: The WAP services browser cannot read HTML web pages.
Using the WAP Services browser is similar to the way you use a
traditional web browser. Therefore this chapter concentrates on
actions that are specific to the WAP Services browser.
WAP Services
Browser
Bookmarks
Open
location
History
Note: Before you can start using the WAP browser, you must
configure your R380 to use this service. See “Setting up WAP
Services” on page 147
When viewing Bookmarks or History the amount of information that
appears in the display can be changed by selecting one of the
following options from the View menu:
• Summary – displays one line of information consisting of the page
name.
• Detail – displays a second line of information, consisting of the
location address.
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Browser
The WAP services browser allows you to:
• Connect to the Internet and interact with specially designed WAP
services.
• View pages on the Internet designed for WAP services.
WAP Services Page
A WAP services page is self-explanatory, where guidance to the
available information is through typical controls. A WAP services
page consists of the following components:
• a title bar with page titles, decks and card
. Tap to display your homepage
• homepage icon
• a connection status icon:
Not connected
Connected
Loading in progress
a scrollbar for scrolling up or down a page
the actual contents of the page including text, images, command
buttons, hyperlinks, mailto links, phone call links, choice lists,
check boxes or text and number fields
• five toolbar buttons which perform the following functions:
Desktop returns the display to the main menus
•
•
Tasks displays a tasks pop-up file menu. This allows you to
perform a number of tasks
View displays a view pop-up menu. This allows you to go to
other views within the program
Back returns you to the previous WAP services page (only
available when more than one page has been visited)
Stop allows you to stop downloading (only available when
downloading)
Note: See “The toolbar” on page 48 of the User’s Guide for more
information on toolbar icons.
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To open a location and view a page:
1. Tap Browser on the WAP services desktop. The WAP services
browser page appears in the display.
2. Do one of the following:
Tap
to display your homepage.
or
and select Open location. An ‘Open location’ view
• Tap
appears in the display. Enter a URL address, and tap OK to
open the WAP services page.
or
• If you have previously visited one or more WAP services
pages, the location you require may be listed in the history list.
Tap
and select History or see “History” on page 137 for
more information on loading previously visited pages.
or
and
• If you have bookmarked WAP services pages, tap
select Bookmarks.
3. While you are browsing you may find that authentication is
required by some of the locations you visit. If authentication is
required by the web server or gateway, the following occurs:
• If authentication is required by the web server, the ‘Enter web
server password’ view appears displaying the web address in
the Resource: field. Select the User name: and Password: fields
and enter your username and password. Tap OK to initiate the
authentication.
• If authentication is required by the gateway, the ‘Enter gateway
password’ view appears displaying the gateway address in the
Resource: field. Select the User name: and Password: fields and
enter your username and password. If you want the password
to be used with the current gateway in the future, select Save
password: and select Yes from the pop-up menu. Tap OK to
initiate the authentication.
•
To copy all or selected text:
Tap
and select Copy all text or Copy selected text (having first
selected the text to be copied).
To reload the currently viewed page:
Tap
and select Reload page.
To disconnect from the Internet:
and select Disconnect.
1. Tap
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2. When you see the message “Are you sure you want to disconnect from
the service provider?”, select Yes
to disconnect.
The connection status symbol changes to show you are
disconnected.
Ericsson’s WAP services portal
A great starting point for exploring WAP services is Ericsson’s WAP
services portal at http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com. It provides
you with easy access to a multitude of information, and is handy
when you are on the move. The R380e homepage is factory
configured to Ericsson’s WAP portal. The following example shows
how you can get train timetable information:
1. Tap Browser on the WAP services desktop. The WAP services
browser page is displayed.
to open the Ericsson WAP portal
2. Tap
(if http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com is your homepage).
or
Tap
and select Open location.
An Open location view is displayed.
3. Enter Ericsson’s WAP services address
(http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com).
Note: If you have more than one internet service provider, then the
‘Select service provider’ view displays so that you can choose a
provider. Select a service provider from the list and tap OK .
4. Tap OK to open the WAP services page.
This starts the connection to the Internet and loads the page. The
connection status symbol, at the top left of the display, changes to
show you are connected.
5. The first page is displayed, containing links to different types of
services. Tap the Information link.
6. A second page is displayed with links to such things as news,
financial, weather and rail services.
7. Tap the link that interest you.
Note: The factory configured homepage can be customised, Ericsson
WAP portal may not be the default homepage on your phone. See “To
change the homepage settings:” on page 185 for more details.
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Ending the browsing session
To end the session:
and select Disconnect.
2. When you see the message “Are you sure you want to be disconnected
from the service provider”, select Yes to disconnect.
The connection status symbol changes to show you are
disconnected.
1. Tap
Bookmarks
A quick way of accessing a WAP services page that you have
previously visited, is to bookmark it. A bookmark is a “place holder”
you assign to a page. By doing this, you can quickly find your way to
that page without having to type its web address.
To open a bookmarked WAP services page:
1. Do one of the following:
Tap Bookmarks on the WAP services desktop.
or
and select Bookmarks.
• Tap
The Bookmarks view appears displaying a list of all saved
bookmarks.
•
2. Scroll and select the bookmark you want to load.
The chosen WAP services page opens.
To bookmark a WAP services page you are currently viewing:
and select
Add current to bookmarks.
The ‘Add Current to Bookmarks’ view is displayed.
1. With the page you want to bookmark displayed, tap
2. Enter the appropriate information:
•
Name:
Enter a name for the bookmark, or keep the default
name.
•
Location: Displays the URL address. Do not change the address
as it is required by the bookmark for connection.
• Profile entry: Displays the WAP profile used for this bookmark.
3. Tap OK to save the bookmark.
The bookmark is now stored and you can easily open the
bookmarked page the next time you want to access it.
To add a new bookmark:
1. Tap Bookmarks on the WAP services desktop.
The Bookmarks view is shown.
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2. Tap
and select New bookmark.
Note: You can also tap
bookmarks view.
and select New bookmark when in the Edit
The New bookmark view is shown:
New Bookmark
Name:
Location:
WAP profile:
<Enter gateway name>
<http: / />
<[Use default]>
3. Enter the appropriate information.
Enter a name for the bookmark.
the URL address for the location you are
bookmarking.
• WAP profile: Tap this field to select the required WAP profile to
use when connecting to this page. You can select from a list of
the available WAP profiles, or select ‘Use default’. ‘Use default’
means that the profile that is set as default when you use this
bookmark will be used to connect to this page.
4. Tap OK to save the bookmark.
The bookmark is now stored.
•
Name:
•
Location: Enter
To edit or delete a bookmark:
1. Tap Bookmarks on the WAP services desktop.
The Bookmarks view is shown.
2. Tap
and select Edit bookmarks. The title of the display changes
to ‘Edit bookmarks’.
3. Select the bookmark to be edited or deleted. The Edit view
appears in the display.
4. To edit the bookmark, select the Name:, Location:, or WAP profile:
field and edit as required. Tap OK to save the changes to the
bookmark. The edited bookmark is now stored and the ‘Edit
bookmarks’ view is displayed.
and select Delete bookmark. The
5. To delete the bookmark, tap
bookmark is deleted and the ‘Edit bookmarks’ view appears in the
display.
To return to the WAP services browser:
Tap
and select Browser. The WAP services browser page displays.
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Open Location
Open location
provides you with a short cut to opening and viewing a
page.
To open a location and view a page:
1. Tap Open location on the WAP services desktop. An ‘Open
location’ view is displayed.
2. Enter a URL address.
3. Tap OK to open the WAP services page.
History
History allows you to connect quickly to a WAP services page that
you have previously visited. The history contains a list of the last few
pages you have viewed.
To open a WAP services page from the History list:
1. Tap History on the WAP services desktop, or if browsing, tap
and select History. The History view appears displaying a list of
previously visited pages.
Note: If a previously visited page is a bookmark, then the bookmark
name is displayed instead of the URL.
2. Scroll and select the URL or bookmark you want to load. The
chosen WAP services page opens.
To clear history contents:
1. With the flip open, tap History on the WAP services desktop.
2. Tap
and select Clear history.
3. If the Delete confirmation is active, you are asked if you want to
continue. Do one of the following:
• Tap Yes to continue and delete all of your history items, or
• Tap No to return to the History view.
Browsing Secure Sites
When you use certain WAP services, for example banking, you need
a secure connection between your R380 and the WAP gateway. By
using trusted certificates you can be assured that the information you
are sending and receiving while you view a secure site is safe. For
more information on working with certificates see “Trusted
Certificates” on page 155.
Note: See your service provider for information on what services are
available to you, and how to obtain the trusted certificates for them.
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To view secure connection information:
in the title bar.
1. When browsing a secure site, tap
0:04 Opening page...
Login
Annoucements
Information
Entertainment
Products
The server certificate is displayed.
Deutsche Telekom CA1
Deutsche Telekom CA1, T-TeleSec Trust
Subject:
center, Deutsche Telekom AG
Deutsche Telekom CA1, T-TeleSec Trust
Issuer:
center, Deutsche Telekom AG
01/01/2000
Valid from:
01/01/2001
Valid to:
Fingerprint: 9E6B ED01 2549 C602 ED01 C602 9E6B
2549 ED01 C602
Algorithms: RSA, 1024 bits key length
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Getting started with
e-mail and WAP
Before the R380e can access e-mail and WAP you must enter specific
user related details. When you are ready to start using e-mail and
WAP you will need a service provider to connect your R380e to the
network.
The service provider could be:
• an internet service provider which connects you to the internet.
• an access point provided by your network operator.
• a private service provider such as your company or your bank.
You need to enter specific service provider details into the R380e.
The R380e can hold the details of multiple service providers, for
example, you may have separate internet and corporate accounts.
Your network operator or retailer may have pre-installed e-mail and/
or WAP services, check with them.
E-mail set up
When you are using e-mail, your R380e has to follow the steps
outlined below:
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GSM Data
Connection
Incoming
Mail
Server
Incoming
Mail
Outgoing
Mail
Server
Outgoing
Mail
Service
Provider
For e-mail connection you will need:
• a network operator subscription with GSM data connection.
• a service provider.
• details of the incoming and outgoing servers.
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Automatically set up service provider and e-mail
The easiest way to set up the R380e is automatically, through your
service provider. Check your service provider’s web site for
information or telephone/e-mail their support desk and ask about
automatic remote configuration.
If remote configuration is possible, tell your service provider that you
require internet service provider and e-mail settings, they will send
you an auto configuration message for these by SMS.
To automatically set up service provider and e-mail:
appear in the R380e
inbox, select it.
2. A brief text and operator message appears on the display with the
message Configure now?. To initiate the auto configuration, select
Yes. To perform the auto configuration later, select No.
1. When the auto configuration messages
Auto Configuration
New ISP settings have been
received from Operator 1
Configure now?
Yes
No
3. Send an e-mail to test the new settings, see “Sending an e-mail for
the first time” on page 145 for more details.
Warning! Never accept remote configuration messages if you are
not expecting them or are unsure where they have come from.
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Manually set up service provider and e-mail
Alternatively you can enter the service provider and e-mail settings
yourself.
First collect all the information you will need. You can obtain this
information from one of the following sources:
• If your mobile operator offers an e-mail service you can get the
necessary details from them.
• Your internet service provider.
• Your IT Manager in the case of connecting to the corporate
network to access your work e-mail account.
• Your current PCs internet service provider settings (allows your
R380e to access the same e-mail accounts as your PC).
Note: Some PC based e-mail services use proprietary standards that
will not work on the R380e.
You will need to collect all the data listed below before you can set up
your e-mail. It is a good idea to enter your data in the ‘Actual’
column in this table.
Note: In the table below the white area refers to service provider set
up and the shaded area refers to e-mail set up.
Required
Actual
Useful information
Telephone
number
Number you need to dial to reach
your service provider. Use the full
number including country code and
area code, e.g. +46 33 555 2525
Bearer
capability
ISDN or
Analogue?
If your network operator and
service provider offer ISDN, select
ISDN, otherwise select Analogue.
ISDN offers faster connect time
Username
The username your service
provider gave you when the
account was set up
Password
For
security
reasons do
not write
your
password
down.
Password associated with the
username, given to you by the
service provider.
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Actual
Useful information
IP
assignment
Server /
Static
An 'address' that the service
provider knows you by and uses to
route information to and from you.
Your IP address will either be:
Server - assigned by the service
provider when you connect.
Static - assigned once by the
service provider or the IT Manager.
If your IP address is Static you
must enter it into Own IP address,
which appears when you select
Static
DNS
assignment
Server /
Static
This tells the R380e where to find
the service provider’s 'named
server'. R380e needs this in order
to find services like WAP sites on
the network.
Like IP assignment above, the
DNS can be static or allocated by
the service provider when you
connect, server. If static is selected
additional fields need to be
completed containing the static
information
Own IP
address
Only required if the IP assignment
is static.
Format e.g. 123.9.45.3. Do not
enter any leading 0s when typing in
IP address
Primary
DNS
Only required if the DNS
assignment is static.
Format e.g. 123.9.45.2
Secondary
DNS
Only required if the DNS
assignment is static.
Format e.g. 123.9.45.1
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Required
Actual
Useful information
e-mail
address
Use your normal e-mail address,
e.g. fred@myserviceprovider.com
or me@acmeservices.com. Any
e-mails that you send are shown as
‘from’ this address when the e-mail
is opened by the recipient
Protocol
POP3 /
IMAP4
POP3 is commonly used by
internet service providers
Username
The username your service
provider gave you when the
account was set up.
It is the part before the @. This
could be the same as the username
for service provider access, as
above
Password
Password associated with this
username, given to you by the
service provider. This could be the
same as the password for service
provider access, as above
Outgoing
(mail)
server
Your service provider’s mail server
for sending outgoing mail (SMTP
server), e.g.mail.acmeservices.com
or stmp.myserviceprovider.com
Incoming
(mail)
server
Your service provider’s mail server
where your inbox is located (POP/
EMAP),
e.g. mail.acmeservices.com or
pop3.myserviceprovider.com
Reply to
R380e copies your e-mail address
into here by default. If you require
replies to your e-mails to go to a
different address enter it here
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Manually set up a service provider
To manually set up service provider:
1. With the flip open, tap Extras, System, Preferences and settings and
Service Providers.
2. Tap
and select New service provider.
New service provider
Name:
Tel. number:
Bearer capability:
Username:
Password:
Confirm password:
<Enter name>
<Enter phone number>
<Analogue>
<Enter username>
<Enter password>
<Enter password>
3. Use the information given in the previous table (page 141) to
complete the form. You will have to use the scroll bar to see all the
items.
Additional fields you need to fill in are:
Name
A name which identifies the service provider
when you connect to e-mail or WAP. You can
enter anything, e.g. Acme Internet, WAP SP,
BigCorp
Note: The R380e only allows the setting to saved
if a unique name has been entered.
Confirm
Password
A check to make sure that you have entered the
password correctly
4. Once all the details are entered, tap OK .
You have successfully set up your service provider, the next step is to
set up an e-mail account.
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Manually set up e-mail
To manually set up e-mail:
1. With the flip open, tap Extras, System, Preferences and settings and
Messaging. From the messaging display select e-mail accounts (you
need to scroll down to find it).
and select new e-mail account.
2. Tap the
3. Use the information given in the previous table (page 141) to
complete the form. You will have to use the scroll bar to see all the
items.
New e-mail account
Name:
E-mail address:
Protocol:
Username:
Password:
Confirm password:
<myserviceprovider>
<fred@myserviceprovider.com>
<POP3>
<fred>
<**********>
<**********>
An additional field you need to fill in is:
Name
A name which identifies the e-mail account, you
can enter anything, e.g. fred’s mail
Note: The R380e only allows the setting to saved
if a unique name has been entered.
Confirm
Password
A check to make sure that you have entered the
password correctly
4. If you need any help contact your service provider or Ericsson
Mobile Internet at http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com.
5. Once all the details are entered tap OK .
You have successfully set up your e-mail account, the next step is to
send an e-mail to check it is working.
Sending an e-mail for the first time
Creating and sending a new e-mail message
1. Tap Messaging and select New e-mail on the Messaging desktop.
The New e-mail message screen appears on the display.
2. Tap <enter recipients> select abc and enter the recipients e-mail
address.
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3. Tap
and select <Enter subject>, type in a subject e.g. test mail.
and select <Enter message>. Enter your message.
5. You must send the e-mail using your new account. If a different
account is displayed tap
and select Account:. The pop-up menu
displays a list of accounts that you defined in the e-mail settings.
Select the new account.
6. To send the e-mail, tap OK . The Send confirmation view appears
in the display. Select Yes, if a list appears select the service
provider associated with the new e-mail account and tap OK . The
R380e connects and forwards the message immediately.
4. Tap
Connecting and reading the inbox for the first time
1. Tap Messaging and select Inbox on the Messaging desktop. The
Inbox screen appears on the display.
and select Connect.
2. Tap
If you have more than one e-mail account, you are presented with
a Select e-mail account view. Select your new e-mail account and
tap OK .
If you have more than one internet service provider, you are
presented with a Select service provider view. Select the service
provider associated with your new account and tap OK .
A Progress Message view appears in the display informing you of
the current status of the connection: Dialling....; Authenticating...;
Connecting....; Sending....Getting Headers.
3. Select the message or messages you want to read, or tap
and
select Select all.
and select Copy to inbox (a copy of the original message is
4. Tap
retained on the server) or Move to inbox (original message is
removed from the server). If you want to read mail from the
e-mail account on a PC as well as the R380e, copying allows the
e-mail to be collected later by the PC.
and select Disconnect. The remote server
5. On completion, tap
connection is severed and the messages appear in your Inbox.
Alternatively, the connection is severed if no activity is detected
over a period of time.
6. The message is now displayed in your Inbox. Tap to read.
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Using e-mail with several configurations installed
Your R380e can read mail from several e-mail accounts. When you
select an e-mail account to connect to, see above, it is important that
you select the service provider associated with that account.
Otherwise the send mail operation may fail and you will be unable to
access the remote inbox. Try to set the names of the internet service
provider and the e-mail accounts so that you will easily remember
which one to use, e.g. SP Acme Internet, Mail at Acme.
Setting up WAP Services
To contact a WAP site from the R380e you must have set up:
• a network operator subscription with GSM data connection.
• a Service provider.
• a WAP gateway.
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GSM data service
Your network operator needs to give you access to GSM data service
which allows you to make a data call to the service provider. If you
are unsure contact your network operator and enquire whether your
phone will accept data calls.
Service provider
Your service provider could be any of the following:
• an access point provided by your network operator.
• your internet service provider.
• a private service provider, e.g. your company or bank.
You need to enter specific service provider details into the R380e.
The R380e can hold the details of multiple service providers, this is
because you may have separate internet and corporate accounts. For
more details see “Manually set up a service provider” on page 144.
WAP gateway
The WAP gateway sits between the R380e and the WAP site coding
and decoding information. You can set up details of more than one
gateway if necessary, e.g. one to access corporate data over WAP,
another to access your bank's WAP service.
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WAP Profiles
A WAP profile defines a service provider and gateway that should be
used when making a connection. A WAP service may require the use
of a specific combination of service provider and gateway to make a
successful connection. You can create different WAP profiles for
different connections, and thus simplify the process of accessing
WAP services.
If you save a location in your bookmarks the WAP profile is also
saved. This means that when you select a location to visit from your
bookmarks, your phone will automatically access the location via the
correct service provider and gateway.
Likewise if you select a location to return to from your History list,
the profile that was originally used to access the page will be used
again automatically.
Note: When you use Open location on the WAP Services desktop,
the default WAP profile will be used. Whereas, if you follow a link on
a WAP page to a new location, the current profile will be used.
Automatically set up WAP
The easiest way to set up the R380e is automatically, through your
service provider. Check your service providers web site for
information or telephone/e-mail their support desk and ask about
automatic remote configuration.
If remote configuration is possible, tell your service provider that you
require WAP settings, they will send you an auto configuration
message by SMS. Confirm that your GSM subscription is data
enabled at the same time.
To automatically set up WAP:
1. The service provider will send a special SMS message to your
R380e.
2. When the auto configuration message
appears in the R380e
inbox, select it.
3. A brief text and operator message appears on the display with the
message Configure now?. To initiate the auto configuration, select
Yes. To perform the auto configuration later, select No.
4. Access a WAP site to test the new settings.
Warning! Never accept remote configuration messages if you are
not expecting them or are unsure where they have come from.
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Manually set up WAP
Alternatively you may enter the information yourself.
Note: You need to set up your internet service provider before you
can set up WAP, see “Manually set up a service provider” on page
144 before continuing.
First collect all the information you will need. The service provider
you need to contact for details will be one of the following:
• Your network operator.
• Your internet service provider.
• Your IT Manager in the case of connecting to the corporate
network to get work e-mail.
• The organisation offering the service e.g. bank. You will need to
collect all the data listed below before you can set up your WAP.
Required
Actual
Useful Information
Name
A name which identifies the
gateway account, make it
memorable, e.g. network operator
services
IP number*
Tells the R380e where to find the
gateway on the network. The format
is 4 numbers separated by dots, e.g.
123.255.3.124
User ID*
Some gateways have additional
security precautions which require a
username and a password to access
WAP services. This is optional
leave blank if not required.
Password*
Some gateways have additional
security precautions which require a
username and a password to access
WAP services. This is optional
leave blank if not required.
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Security*
Set to ON if the WAP site you are
accessing requires a trusted
certificate. See page 155 for more
details.
Connection*
Set this to Connectionless unless
your service provider has advised
you to select the alternative setting
of Connection oriented.
Note: You will need to obtain the items marked with a * from your
service provider.
To create a new profile:
1. From within the Extras tab, tap System and choose Preferences and
settings.
2. Select WAP Services from the list.
3. Select WAP profiles from the list in the WAP services settings view.
The WAP profiles view is displayed. Notice that the profile that is
set as default has (Default) after its name
WAP profiles
Banking
Ericsson (Default)
Profile 1
4. Tap
and select New WAP profile. The New WAP profile view is
displayed.
New WAP profile
<Enter name>
Name:
<[Always ask]>
Service provider:
<Enter IP number>
Gateway:
Gateway username: <Enter username>
Gateway password: <Enter password>
<Enter password>
Confirm password:
<Off>
Security:
<Connection oriented>
Connection mode:
This image has been adjusted to show all the new WAP profile
settings. In reality, you will need to use the scroll bar to see all
these settings.
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5. Enter the required information.
Enter a name for this profile.
• Service provider: Tap the service provider field and select which
service provider to use for this profile. If you would like to
select a service provider whenever you use this profile, choose
•
Name:
[Always ask]
Enter the IP address for the WAP gateway.
Enter the your username for the gateway.
• Gateway password: Enter your password.
• Confirm password: Re-enter your password for confirmation.
• Security: Select whether or not you want the Security on. If On
is selected, all data sent to and from the gateway will be
encrypted. Default is Off.
• Connection mode: Select the connection type: either
Connectionless or Connection oriented.
and select Set
6. To set the WAP profile as the default profile, tap
as default.
7. Tap OK to save the new profile. The display returns to the WAP
profile view.
•
Gateway:
•
Gateway username:
Note: Although supported, the Username and Password are not always
necessary and can be left empty.
To edit, set as default, or delete a profile:
1. From within the Extras tab, tap System and choose Preferences and
settings.
2. Select WAP Services from the list, and then select WAP profiles from
the list in the WAP services settings view.
The WAP profiles view is displayed.
WAP profiles
Banking
Ericsson (Default)
Profile 1
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3. Tap the required profile in the list. The edit view is displayed.
Edit Banking
Name:
Service provider:
Gateway:
Gateway username:
Gateway password:
Confirm password:
Connection mode:
Security:
<Banking>
<Bank Serv. Prov.>
<195.100.108.76>
<Enter username>
<Enter password>
<Enter password>
<Connection oriented>
<On>
4. To delete the profile or set it as the default, tap
and select
or Set as default as appropriate.
5. To edit the profile, tap the item to edit. Notice that for reasons of
security the username and password fields will always be
displayed as <Enter username> and <Enter password>.
Delete
Using WAP for the first time
To use WAP for the first time:
1. Tap Browser on the WAP services desktop. The WAP services
browser page appears in the display.
to open your homepage, alternatively tap
and select
Open location. An Open location view is displayed.
3. Enter a URL address, e.g. the home page for the service provider
you are setting up or try http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com. Tap
OK to open the WAP services page. While you are browsing WAP
sites you may find that authentication is required by some of the
locations you visit:
• If authentication is required by the web server, the ‘Enter web
server password’ view appears displaying the web address in
the Resource: field. Select the User name: and Password: fields
and enter your username and password. Tap OK to initiate the
authentication.
• If authentication is required by the gateway, the ‘Enter gateway
password’ view appears displaying the gateway address in the
Resource: field. Select the User name: and Password: fields and
enter your username and password. If you want the password
to be used with the current gateway in the future, select Save
password: and select Yes from the pop-up menu. Tap OK to
initiate the authentication.
2. Tap
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Using WAP with several configurations installed
You can have several WAP profile configurations set up on your
R380e, for example one from your network operator and one from
your company. To access the service you want it is important to select
the correct WAP profile. This will ensure that the appropriate service
provider and gateway are used when dialling.
For example, a bookmark might only work with the same
combination of service provider and gateway that was in use when
the bookmark was initially saved, and this is why the WAP profile is
saved in the bookmark.
If you are having difficulty accessing a WAP site you might solve the
problem by changing the WAP profile that is in use. You can do this
by editing the sites bookmark, see page 136.
Locating settings in Windows 95 or 98
If you want to use your R380e with the same internet service provider
as your PC, the following table tells you where you can find the
necessary settings.
1. On the Windows desktop double-click My Computer, double-
click Dial-Up Networking and click on the icon representing
the internet service provider to be set up on the R380e.
Name
The name under the icon in Dial Up
Networking. The name can be changed to
something more memorable.
Tel.
Number
Right click on the icon and select Properties.
Look in the Area Code and Telephone Number
fields. Enter the number in to the R380e including
both area code and telephone number, preferably
in GSM international format. For example
Swedish area code 033 and telephone number 555
2525 may be entered to the R380e as 0335552525
(will work in Sweden only) or +46335552525
(works in Sweden and other countries)
Bearer
Capability
If your PC uses a regular modem select Analogue.
If your PC uses ISDN and your network operator
supports it, select ISDN.
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Username
Click Cancel to close the dialog box.
Double click the icon to display the Connect To
dialog.
See the User Name: field.
Password
The password you normally enter in the Password
box beneath the User Name. If Windows
remembers this for you it will be shown as **** entering *** into your R380e will not work!
Contact your internet service provider if you have
forgotten the password
IP
Assignment
Click Cancel to close the Connect To dialog.
Right-click on the icon and then click on
Properties. Select the Server Types tab and
click the TCP/IP Settings button to view the
TCP/IP Settings dialog.
If Server Assigned IP Address is checked
then leave R380e set to <Server>.
If Specify an IP Address is checked then
change to Static and an extra field, Own IP
Address is added to the list of items you need to
fill in.
DNS
assignment
If Server Assigned IP Address is checked
then leave R380e set to <Server>.
If Specify an IP Address is checked then
change to Static, two extra fields are added to the
bottom of the list of items you need to fill in.
Own IP
Address
Enter the IP address shown in the 'TCP/IP
Settings dialog in to the R380e
Primary
DNS
Copy from the Primary DNS which is shown in
the dialog.
Secondary
DNS
Copy from the Secondary DNS which is shown
in the dialog.
2. Click Cancel to close the windows dialog.
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Trusted Certificates
When you use certain WAP services, for example banking, you need
a secure connection between your phone and the WAP gateway.
When you are browsing a secure site a Secure connection symbol
displays in the upper right portion of the browsers title bar.
To establish secure connections, you need to have a trusted
certificates saved in your phone. If you have a trusted certificate in
your phone, it means you trust all WAP gateways that the certificate
supplier (for example, a network operator) has certified. You can find
and download trusted certificates from certain WAP sites. Ask your
network operator or service provider for the WAP address. For
security reasons you can not edit trusted certificates.
To view trusted certificates:
1. From within the tab, tap and choose . Then select from the list.
2. Select from the list. The WAP-trusted
certificates view displays listing the available trusted certificates.
WAP - trusted certificates
Deutsche Telekom Root CA1
DSTCA E1
FESTE, Verified Certs
3. Tap the trusted certificate to be viewed. In practice you will need
to scroll to see all the fields illustrated below.
Deutsche Telekom CA1
Deutsche Telekom CA1, T-TeleSec Trust
Subject:
center, Deutsche Telekom AG
Deutsche Telekom CA1, T-TeleSec Trust
Issuer:
center, Deutsche Telekom AG
01/01/2000
Valid from:
01/01/2001
Valid to:
Fingerprint: 9E6B ED01 2549 C602 ED01 C602 9E6B
2549 ED01 C602
Algorithms: RSA, 1024 bits key length
To delete a trusted certificate:
1. When viewing a trusted certificate tap
then tap to confirm the deletion.
and select , and
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To add a trusted certificate:
1. When you go to a site that requires a trusted certificate, it is
downloaded and the New Certificate view displays. The details of
the trusted certificate appear.
2. To accept the trusted certificate and store it in your phone, tap OK .
If a trusted certificate with the same name is already held, a
message will ask if you wish to keep the original trusted certificate
or replace it.
3. To cancel the download, or reject the trusted certificate when it
has been downloaded tap
.
Homepage
The R380e allows you to specify a WAP homepage. This homepage
is instantly accessible by tapping
on the WAP services browser
page. Your homepage can be any WAP site you use regularly.
To change the homepage settings:
1. From within the tab, tap and choose . Then select from the list.
2. Select from the list. The WAP- homepage view
displays listing the homepage settings.
WAP - homepage
Location:
Profile:
<http://mobileinternet.ericsson.se>
<[Use default]>
3. To change the homepage location tap Location: and enter the
address of the site you want to set as your homepage.
4. To set the profile tap <[Use default]> and selected the required WAP
profile to use when connecting to the homepage.You can select
from a list of the available WAP profiles, or select ‘Use default’.
‘Use default’ means that the profile that is set as default when you
use this bookmark will be used to connect to this page.
5. Tap OK to return to the WAP service settings view.
Note: Your R380e has a preconfigured homepage entered, this is
usually http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com.
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Extras
Your R380e provides you with access to a number of additional
functions, which you will find on the Extras desktop. Five taskspecific icons are designated to enable you to access these functions:
• Notepad.
• Clock.
• Calculator.
• Games.
• System.
To enter the Extras desktop, select the Extras tab at the top of the
programs screen.
Extras
Notepad
Clock
Calculator
Games
System
Notepad
This program provides you with the means by which you can create
or edit notes, ink notes and other useful information, such as agendas
and minutes of meetings; lists of training courses and their associated
costs; shopping lists; Christmas card lists; and maps.
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•
To enter the notepad program:
Tap Notepad on the Extras desktop. The Notepad view appears in
the display listing all existing entries.
Notepad
18-05-2000
17-05-2000
17-05-2000
15-05-2000
14-05-2000
12-05-2000
Minutes for meeting (attendees: John
Agenda for meeting (18 May)
Dear John,
Shopping list
Training courses for June
Hi Jose, just a quick note to let you know
New entry
To create a new text note in the notepad:
and select New note or tap
.
2. Enter a subject header for the note and tap Enter (carriage return)
on the keypad.
3. Enter the body text and tap OK .
1. Tap
To create a new ink note in the notepad:
and select New ink note .
2. Use the stylus to enter text and graphics, tap OK on completion.
3. The Enter note title view is displayed; enter a title for the ink
note, if required.
4. Tap OK . The ink note is saved and entered into the Notepad
view.
1. Tap
To quickly enter a new ink note without opening Notepad:
to exit Notepad.
Tap Phone and select New ink note.
Use the stylus to enter text and graphics.
Tap OK and enter the ink notes title in the Enter note title view,
if required.
Tap OK . The ink note is saved and entered into the Notepad
view.
1. Tap
2.
3.
4.
5.
Editing notepad entries
To edit an entry in the notepad:
1. Select the required entry from the list that appears in the Notepad
view.
2. Tap
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and select Edit or tap the title bar.
3. Edit the note and tap OK .
Deleting notepad entries
To delete an entry from the notepad:
1. Select the required entry from the list that appears in the Notepad
view.
2. Tap
and select Delete. The Confirm delete view appears in the
display.
Note: If the General settings delete preference is set to Do not
confirm deletions then this confirmation view will not be displayed
and the record will be deleted.
3. Tap the Yes button to confirm that the entry is to be deleted.
Otherwise, tap the No button to cancel the deletion of the selected
entry.
Clear contents of an ink note
To clear the content of an ink note:
1. Select the required ink note entry from the list that appears in the
Notepad view.
and select Clear all. The Confirm clear all view appears in
the display.
3. Tap the Yes button to confirm that the content is to be cleared.
Otherwise, tap the No button to cancel the clearance of the selected
entry.
2. Tap
Find
Find allows you to search for a specific entry in the Notepad.
To search for a specific entry in notepad:
on the toolbar or Tap
and select Find.
2. Enter a word or part of a sentence relevant to the note that you
want to view and tap OK to initiate the search.
3. A list of notepad entries containing the search criteria are
displayed when the search is complete.
4. Scroll to the note you were looking for and select it.
1. Tap
Note: If the entry you are looking for does not appear in the search
results you can carry out a further search by tapping
again and
entering new search criteria.
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Clock
To enter the clock program:
1. Tap Clock on the Extras desktop. When you first enter the
program you see the World clock view.
Home
18-05-2000
07:00
Timezone: UTC+2
Analogue clock, home displayed and alarm on
The World clock view displays a clock on the left of the screen,
which can be either analogue or digital. Tap the currently displayed
clock to change to the alternative clock.
The right section of the screen displays one of two locations, your
current location (Home) and your destination location (Destination).
Tap the Home/Destination toggle button on the toolbar or the title
bar to switch between the two locations. The locations are selected
from a list of pre-defined time zones.
Destination
8:00 pm
18-05-2000
Timezone: UTC+0
Digital clock, destination displayed and alarm off
You can set the time and date; and a timezone can be set to daylight
savings time. You can also set and cancel the alarm and accept it
when it goes off.
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Setting the current and destination time zone
To select the current and destination time zone:
and select Timezones. The Timezones view appears in the
display.
1. Tap
Timezones
Auto timezone:
Timezone display:
Home zone:
Daylight saving:
Destination zone:
<Off>
<UTC + Offset>
UTC+0
<Off>
UTC+0
2. Select the Auto timezone to specify whether or not the destination
clock is to use network time. A pop-up menu allows you to select
On or Off. If Auto timezone is set to On and a network time update
is received, the following message will appear in the display
“Time has been updated”. Select OK.
Note: Network time is not supported by all networks.
3. To specify how the timezones are displayed, tap the Timezone
Display and
select UTC+offset, i.e. Co-ordinated Universal Time
(UTC) + number of hours of offset, or Zone name, i.e. CET (+1
(number of hours of offset from UTC)).
UTC
+0:00
-1:00
-2:00
-3:00
-3:30
-4:00
-5:00
-6:00
-7:00
-8:00
-8:30
-9:00
-9:30
Time Zones
GMT - Greenwich Mean (default)
UT or UTC - Universal (Co-ordinated)
WET - Western European
WAT - West Africa
AT – Azores
SAST - South African Standard
AST - Atlantic Standard
EST - Eastern Standard
CST - Central Standard
MST - Mountain Standard
PST - Pacific Standard
YST - Yukon Standard.
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UTC
-10:00
-11:00
-12:00
+1:00
+2:00
+3:00
+3:30
+4:00
+4:30
+5:00
+5:30
+5:45
+6:00
+6:30
+7:00
+8:00
+9:00
+9:30
+10:00
+10:30
+11:00
+12:00
Time Zones
AHST - Alaska-Hawaii Standard
CAT - Central Alaska
HST - Hawaii Standard (default)
NT - Nome.
IDLW - International Date Line West
CET - Central European (default)
FWT - French Winter
MET - Middle European
MEWT - Middle European Winter
SWT - Swedish Winter.
EET - Eastern European, Russia Zone 1
BT - Baghdad, Russia Zone 2
ZP4 - Russia Zone 3
ZP5 - Russia Zone 4
Local Nepal Time
ZP6 - Russia Zone 5
WAST - West Australian Standard
CCT - China Coast, Russia Zone 7
JST - Japan Standard, Russia Zone 8
EAST - East Australian Standard (default)
GST - Guam Standard, Russia Zone 9
IDLE - International Date Line East
NZST - New Zealand Standard
NZT - New Zealand (default)
4. Select Home zone: and use the left and right scroll arrows to select
the required time zone.
5. Select Destination zone: and use the left and right scroll arrows to
select the required time zone.
6. Select the Daylight saving section you want to change, i.e. Home or
Destination, and select On or Off.
7. Tap OK to accept and save any changes you have made to the time
zones. The display returns to the World clock view.
Note: If at any time during the above operation you decide to cancel,
select
. The display returns to World clock view.
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Setting the time
To set the time:
and select Set time. The Set time view appears in the
display.
2. Use the up and down scroll arrows to set the time or tap the clock
face and move the Hour and Minute hands to set the time.
to change the currently
3. If the date format is set to AM/PM, tap
displayed time by 12 hours.
4. Tap OK to accept the new time. The display returns to the World
clock view.
1. Tap
Note: If at any time during the above operation you decide to cancel,
select the
. The display returns to World clock view.
Setting the date
To set the date:
and select Set date. The Set date view appears in the
display.
2. Use the left and right scroll arrows to select the month and year
and select the day by tapping the respective day on the calendar.
3. Tap OK to accept the new date. The display returns to the World
clock view.
1. Tap
Note: If at any time during the above operation you decide to cancel,
select
. The display returns to World clock view.
To change the way in which the date and time formats are displayed,
see “To change the language, time and date formats:” on page 171.
Setting an alarm
To set an alarm:
and select Set alarm. The Set alarm view appears in the
display.
1. Tap
Set alarm
10
9
11 12 1
8
2
3
6 : 15
4
7 6 5
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2. Use the up and down scroll arrows to select the time of the alarm.
3. If the date format is set to AM/PM, tap
to change the currently
displayed time by 12 hours.
4. Tap OK to confirm the new alarm time. The display returns to the
updated World clock view.
Note: If at any time during the above operation you decide to cancel,
select
. The display returns to World clock view.
Note: Selecting
returns you to the top level menu screen.
Cancelling an alarm
To cancel an alarm:
Tap the Alarm
button on the toolbar or tap
.
Alarm off. The Alarm button changes to
•
and select
Note: If at any time during the above operation you decide to cancel,
select
. The display returns to World clock view.
Note: Selecting
returns you to the top level menu screen.
Switching off an activated alarm
When the alarm activates at the set time, an audible alarm is heard
and a message appears in the display with the options Off and Snooze.
The alarm duration is two minutes and is repeated every nine
minutes, if not switched off.
If you select Off then the alarm is accepted and is switched off.
• If you select Snooze then the alarm is temporarily switched off for
a period of nine minutes, at which time the alarm is repeated.
•
The maximum number of times the alarm can be repeated is 11
(10 snooze) before the alarm is automatically set to off.
Calculator
The Calculator is a standard 10-digit calculator. You can add,
subtract, multiply, divide, calculate square root and percentage. It
also has a memory function.
To enter the calculator program:
1. Tap Calculator on the Extras desktop.
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The calculator program is available in both right-hand and lefthand modes. See “General settings” on page 170 to select your
preferred mode. You can also set the number of decimal places.
For more information, see “Calculator settings” on page 187.
0
M+
MR
X
+
_
MC
C
%
=
7
4
1
0
8
5
2
9
6
3
+/
Calculator right-handed display
7
4
1
0
8
5
2
9
6
3
+/
0
M+
MR
X
+
_
MC
C
%
=
Calculator left-handed display
Enter your calculations by using the stylus on the touchscreen. All
calculations are performed as they are entered, e.g. 6+5x3=33
(not 21).
Note: Selecting
returns you to the top level menu screen.
Memory functions
The memory functions supported by your calculator are:
- Enter or Add to memory: Enters or Adds the displayed value
•
to the value stored in memory.
MR - Recall memory: Displays the stored memory value.
•
- Clear memory: Sets the contents of the memory to zero.
•
Note: Values stored in memory are retained while accessing other
programs.
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Games
Selecting Games opens the Games View on the display, from here
you can tap either of the two games supplied on the R380e to start
playing.
Reversi
Reversi is a strategy game played by two players: you and your
R380e. It is played on an 8x8 (64 squares) board and begins with two
white disks and two black discs on the centre of the board as shown.
Scores
Player:
2
R380:
2
High Scores
48/16
R380
40/22
Player
36/28
Player
35/28
Player
34/30
R380
33/28
Player
Object of the game
The object of the game is to capture your opponent’s discs. This is
achieved by placing your discs in the empty squares around your
opponent’s discs. When your opponent’s discs are surrounded by
your own discs, they then become yours.
The game ends when neither you nor your opponent can place any
more discs on the board, i.e 64 discs have been placed on the board or
both you and your opponent cannot make any further moves. The
winner is the player who has the greater number of discs.
The tasks button provides you with a pop-up menu which allows you
change some of the game settings. You can select:
• New game.
• Pass.
• Hint.
• Game settings.
The left of the screen provides you with the current score and the
right of the screen provides a list of highest scores.
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How to play
To enter Reversi program:
Tap Games on the Extras desktop.
• Tap Reversi.
•
•
To start a new game:
Tap
and select New game.
To change the game settings:
and select Game settings. The Game settings view is
displayed.
2. To change the level of difficulty, tap Set play level: and select Easy,
Medium or Hard.
3. To the colour of your disc’s, tap Player colour: and select White or
Black.
4. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Game view.
1. Tap
Tetris ®
The object of Tetris is to prevent the blocks from reaching the top.
Each time you fill a row, the row disappears.
To enter the game program:
Tap Games on the Extras desktop.
• Tap Tetris.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
To start a new game:
Tap Start, located at the bottom of the Tetris box.
Game controls:
Tap
to move the free falling block to the left.
Tap
to move the free falling block to the right.
Tap
to move the free falling block downwards.
Tap
to rotate the free falling block.
Tap
to pause the game, tap away from the drop down menu to
restart.
Close the flip or tap
to pause the game and close Tetris. To
continue the paused game; tap Tetris on the Extras desktop and
tap Continue, located at the bottom of the Tetris box.
To change the games settings:
and select Settings.
The Tetris settings view is displayed.
1. Tap
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2. Tap on <Normal> to display the pop up menu of the game play
modes. Tap the mode you want to play Tetris in.
3. Use the arrows on the Initial difficulty field to increase or decrease
the starting level. 1 is the easiest and 10 is the hardest.
Note: You can not change the settings whilst playing Tetris. You must
wait until the active game is completed or tap
and select Restart
Game.
To reset the high scores
and select Reset My High-Scores.
The scores displayed in the Tetris box are deleted.
1. Tap
To Restart a game:
and select Restart Game.
The current game is terminated, the Tetris box appears in the view.
1. Tap
2. Click Start, located at the bottom of the Tetris box, to play.
About Tetris:
and select About.
1. The About Tetris View is displayed. The current settings are
displayed and the Tetris version number, tap the arrow to move
onto screen two where copyright information is displayed.
to return to Tetris.
2. Tap
1. Tap
Tetris®; © Elorg 1987. Classic Tetris™; © Elorg 1998. Tetris Logo
by Rodger Dean; © The Tetris Company 1997. All Rights Reserved.
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System
This program allows access to Preferences settings, Storage and
Touchscreen settings.
To enter the System program:
1. Tap System on the Extras desktop. The System view appears in
the display.
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Notepad
Clock
Calculator
Games
System
Preferences and settings
When you select Settings the Preferences and settings view appears
in the display.
Preferences and settings
General settings
Contacts
Calendar
Messaging
WAP services
Service providers
This view provides you with a scrolling list of features whose settings
can be changed to customize the R380e to meet your requirements.
You can change the following settings:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
General Settings
Contacts
Calendar
Messaging
WAP services
Service providers
Port
Calculator
Reset language
Master reset
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General settings
To change the system settings:
1. Select General settings from the list displayed in the
Preferences and settings view. The General settings view appears
in the display.
General settings
Backlight
Display
Input
Language, time and date formats
Data connection
Confirmations
To change the backlight settings:
1. Select Backlight from the list displayed in the General settings
view. The Backlight view appears in the display.
2. To change the mode of the backlight hand held or backlight hands
free display, select Back light hand held: or Back light hands free: and
then select Off, On or Automatic.
Automatic - back light is illuminated if an event (i.e. an alert sound,
message to be acknowledged, etc.), a key press, at power on or the
volume slider is pressed up and down or vice versa. The
illumination is turned off after 10 seconds of inactivity or 1 minute
if the volume slider was used.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the General settings view.
To change the display settings:
1. Select Display from the list displayed in the General settings view.
The Display view appears in the display.
2. To adjust the contrast, select Contrast: and use the left and right
scroll arrows to select the required contrast level: 1 corresponds to
the lightest contrast and 9 to the darkest. The default level is 5.
3. To change the screen orientation, select Screen orientation: and then
select Open flip to left or Open flip to right.
4. To change the mode of the screen saver, select Screen saver hand
held: and then select Off or Automatic (LCD and backlight (if on)
turned off after two minutes of inactivity).
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5. To change the mode of the screen blanker when Vehicle Hands
Free (VHF) is used, select Screen saver hands free: and then select
Off or Automatic.
6. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the General settings view.
To change the input settings:
1. Select Input from the list displayed in the General settings view.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
The Input settings view appears in the display.
To change the default input method, select Default input method: and
then select Soft-keyboard or Character recognition.
To change whether the keypad is locked manually or
automatically after 25 seconds, select Keypad Lock: and then select
Manual or Automatic.
To change the key sound, select Key sound: and then select Off,
Click or Tone (DTMF tones).
To change the touch screen sounds, select Touch screen sound: and
then select Off or On.
Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the General settings view.
To change the language, time and date formats:
1. Select Language, time and date formats from the list displayed in the
2.
3.
4.
5.
General settings view. The Language, time and date formats view
appears in the display.
To change the country and language, select Language: and then
select a country. Changing this section also sets the keyboard
layout, the time/date format, decimal point and text sorting order.
To change the time formats, select Time formats: and then select
HH.MM(.SS), HH:MM(:SS) or HH:MM(:SS) am/pm.
To change the date format, select Date formats: and then select DDMM-(YY)YY, DD/MM/(YY)YY, DD.MM.(YY)YY, MM/DD/(YY)YY, or (YY)YY-MMDD.
Tap OK to save the new settings. The display returns to the
General settings view.
Note: After changing the locale settings, restart your R380e in order
to implement the changes.
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To change the data connection settings:
1. Select Data connection from the list displayed in the General
settings view. The Data connection settings view appears in the
display.
2. To change the idle time period specified before disconnection,
select If idle, online for: and use the left and right scroll arrows to
select .5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 20 or 30 (minutes).
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the General settings view.
To change the confirmations settings:
1. Select Confirmations from the list displayed in the General settings
view. The Confirmations settings view appears in the display.
2. To change whether or not you are presented with a confirmation
view when cancelling an operation, select Cancel confirmation: and
then select Off or On.
3. To change whether or not you are presented with a confirmation
view asking you to confirm that you want to save the current data
before exiting the program, select Save on exit confirmation: and
then select Off or On.
4. To change whether or not you are presented with a confirmation
view when deleting data, select Delete confirmation: and select Off or
On.
5. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the General settings view.
Contacts settings
To change the contacts settings:
1. Select Contacts from the list displayed in the Preferences and
settings view. The Contacts view appears in the display.
2. To change whether the Contacts initial display provides a
summary or detailed information, select Default view: and then
select Summary or Detail.
3. To change the default sorting of the list of contacts, select Default
sorting of entries: and select First name, Last name or Company.
4. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Preferences and settings view.
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Calendar settings
To change the calendar settings:
1. Select Calendar from the list displayed in the Preferences and
settings view. The Calendar view appears in the display.
2. To change whether the Calendar to do initial display provides a
summary or detailed information, select Default to do view: and then
select Summary or Detail.
3. To change whether the Calendar Week initial display provides a
summary or detailed information, select Default day view: and then
select Summary or Detail.
4. To change the day in which the week starts, select Week start: and
then select Sunday or Monday.
5. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Preferences and settings view.
Messaging settings
To change the messaging settings:
1. Select Messaging from the list displayed in the Preferences and
settings view. The Messaging view appears in the display.
Messaging
View
E-mail
E-mail accounts
SMS
Area info
Area info channels
To change the view settings:
1. Select View from the list displayed in the Messaging view. The
View view appears in the display.
2. To change the default Inbox view, select Default inbox view: and
then select Summary or Detail.
3. To change the default Outbox view, select Default outbox view: and
then select Summary or Detail.
4. To change the default Drafts view, select Default drafts view: and
then select Summary or Detail.
5. To change the default Sent items view, select Default sent items
View: and then select Summary or Detail.
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6. To change the default Remote e-mail view, select Default remote
e-mail view:
and then select Summary or Detail.
7. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Messaging view.
E-mail settings
To change the e-mail settings:
1. Select E-mail from the list displayed in the Messaging view. The
E-mail view appears in the display.
2. To change whether or not you want to quote the sender’s e-mail
text message when directly replying to the sender, select Quote
original text in reply: and then select Yes or No.
3. To change the e-mail character set, select Character set: and then
select US ASCII, ISO8859-x or UTF-8.
US ASCII - a character set covering the English alphabet: A to Z
without accents.
- a number of character sets (10) for different areas of
the world, where x relates to the local version of the character set,
i.e. ISO8859-5 for Cyrillic.
ISO8859-x
UTF-8
- a character set that covers all world characters.
4. To change the default e-mail account, select Default account: and
select an account.
5. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Messaging view.
SMS settings
To change the SMS settings:
1. Select SMS from the list displayed in the Messaging view. The
SMS view appears in the display.
2. To change the SMS service telephone number, select Service centre
No.: and
enter the new telephone number.
3. To change the E-mail via SMS service telephone number, select
E-mail via SMS No.: and enter
the new telephone number (this
number will have been provided by your network operator).
4. To change the default SMS request reply option, select Request
reply: and then select Yes or No.
If Yes is selected the Request reply field in your SMS message will
show Yes (the recipient is requested to reply to your SMS
message) as the default.
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5. To change the default validity period of each SMS message, select
Validity period: and
Maximum.
then select 1 hour, 12 hours, 1 day, 1 week or
6. To turn the concatenation (linking) of SMS messages on or off,
select Concatenate SMS: and then select Yes or No.
If Yes is selected, and your network supports concatenation,
Concatenate SMS enables you to send longer SMS messages (sent
as multiple messages).
7. To change the SMS alert signal, select Message alert: and then
select None, Click or Tone.
8. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Messaging view.
Area information settings
Area Information is a type of text message which is sent to all
subscribers in a certain network area. The information may be a local
road report or a phone number to a local taxi.
Note: This feature may not be available on all networks.
To change the area information settings:
1. Select Area info from the list displayed in the Messaging view. The
Area Info view appears in the display.
2. To turn incoming area information messages on or off, select Area
info enabled: and then select No or Yes. If off (No) then no incoming
cell broadcasts are accepted.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Messaging view.
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Each type of Area Information message is identified by a three-digit
code. The list below shows examples of the Area information codes
that exist today.
Code:
AI Message Type:
000
Index
010
Newsflashes
020
Hospitals
022
Doctors
024
Pharmacies
030
Long-distance road reports
032
Local road reports
034
Taxis
040
Weather
050
District cell information
052
Network information
054
Operator services
056
Directory enquiries (national)
057
Directory enquiries (international)
058
Customer care (national)
059
Customer care (international)
Note: These codes are operator dependent. For information about
the area information services that you can use, please refer to the
information supplied by your network operator.
To change, add a new or delete an area information channel
setting:
1. Select Area info channels from the list displayed in the Messaging
view. The Area info channels view appears in the display.
2. To edit an area info channel, scroll and select the channel. The
Edit channel view appears in the display.
To edit the three digit channel code, select Channel code: and edit
the code.
To turn the channel code on or off, select Subscription: and then
select Inactive, Active or Auto-store.
Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Area info channels view.
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3. To create a new area info channel, tap
and select New channel.
The New channel view appears in the display.
Select Channel code: and enter the three digit channel code.
Select Subscription: and then select Inactive, Active or Auto-store.
Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Area info channels view.
4. To delete an area info channel, scroll and select the channel. The
Edit channel view appears in the display.
Tap
and select Delete.
5. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Messaging view.
Security access settings
Security access settings allow you to initialise authentication
software from RSA Security (RSA SecurID) and Secure Computing
(Safeword). However, both cannot be initialised at the same time, i.e.
you must only initialise either RSA SecurID or Safeword.
To change the access security settings:
1. Select One-time passcodes from the list displayed in the Extras/
System/Preferences and settings/Messaging view. The One-time
passcodes view appears in the display.
One-time passcodes
Initialise RSA SecurID
Initialise SafeWord
If RSA SecurID or Safeword have previously been initialised,
then Get serial number will also be displayed.
Note: The initialisation information you receive from RSA Security
(RSA SecurID) and Secure Computing (Safeword) is confidential and
must be destroyed once you have entered the information into your
R380e.
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•
To initialize or re-initialize the RSA SecurID:
Select Initialise RSA SecurID from the list displayed in the One-time
passcodes view.
If no previous initialisation has been performed, the Initialise RSA
SecurID view appears in the display. Select the User ID: and
Activation licence: sections and enter your user identification and
the seed data in their respective sections, then tap OK . If any of
the entered values cannot be validated a warning message appears
stating which value was incorrect. Otherwise, an information view
appears informing you that “RSA SecurID has been successfully
initialised”. Select OK to return to the One-time passcodes view.
If initialisation has already been performed, a Re-Initialise
confirmation message appears stating that the “Current
initialisation data will be lost” and asking “Are you sure?”. Select
No if you want to retain the previous initialisation and return to the
One-time passcodes view. Otherwise, select Yes. The Initialise
RSA SecurID view appears in the display. Change the
initialisation data as described above.
To initialize or re-initialize Safeword:
1. Select Initialise Safeword from the list displayed in the One-time
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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passcodes view. The Initialise Safeword view appears in the
display.
Select Serial number: and Authorisation code:, enter the required data
and then tap OK . If there is an incorrect value in any of the
sections a warning view appears stating which value is incorrect.
Otherwise, a second Initialise safeword view appears in the
display.
Select Key phrase:, enter the key phrase and then tap OK . If the key
phrase is incorrect a warning message appears in the display.
Otherwise, a third Initialise Safeword view appears in the display.
Select User ID: and enter your user identification.
Select Choose PIN: and enter a PIN.
Select Confirm PIN:, then enter the PIN that was entered in the
previous step and then tap OK . If the PIN’s do not match or the
user ID is incorrect a warning message appears in the display.
Otherwise, you will see a message confirming that the Safeword
has been successfully initialised. Select OK to return to the Onetime passcodes view. Change Safeword PIN appears in the
display.
To change the Safeword PIN:
1. Select Change Safeword PIN: from the list displayed in the One-time
passcodes view. The Change Safeword PIN view appears in the
display.
2. Select Old PIN: and then enter your PIN.
3. Select New PIN: and then enter a new PIN.
4. Select Confirm PIN:, then enter the PIN number that was chosen in
the previous step and then tap OK . If any of the PINs are incorrect
a warning message appears in the display. Otherwise, you see a
message telling you that the Safeword PIN has been successfully
initialised. Select OK to return to the One-time passcodes view.
•
To view your serial number:
Select Get serial number from the list displayed in the One-time
passcodes view. The serial number view appears in the display
providing you with the serial number of the initialised
authentication token (SecurID or SafeWord).
E-mail account settings
A number of e-mail accounts can be set up in your R380e. If more
than one account exists, you can select which account is to be used
when composing an e-mail message.
To create or change an e-mail accounts settings:
1. Select E-mail accounts: from the list displayed in the Messaging
view. The E-mail accounts view appears in the display.
and select New e-mail account:. The New e-mail account
view appears in the display.
2. Tap
New e-mail account
Name:
E-mail address:
Protocol:
Username:
Password:
Confirm password:
<Enter name>
<Enter e-mail address>
<POP3>
<Enter username>
<Enter password>
<Enter password>
Alternatively, you can tap on an account you want to change. A
view with the name of the account appears in the display.
3. To enter or change the name of the account, select Name: and enter
a name for the account.
4. To enter or change your e-mail address, select E-mail address: and
enter your new e-mail address.
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5. To enter your internet e-mail network protocol, select Protocol: and
then select IMAP4 or POP3. These settings are provided by your
internet service provider.
Note: You cannot change the protocol setting for an account that
already exists.
6. To enter or change the user name required for accessing the
incoming mail server, select Username: and enter a new user name.
7. To enter or change the password required for accessing the
incoming mail server, select Password: and enter a new password.
8. To enter or change the confirm password required for accessing
the incoming mail server, select Confirm password: and enter the
new password (you chose in step 7).
9. To enter or change your outgoing mail server address, select
Outgoing server: and enter your new outgoing mail address.
10. To enter or change your incoming mail server address, select
Incoming server: and enter your new incoming mail address.
11. To enter or change the e-mail address to which recipients will
reply (by default this will be set to the address entered as “Owner
Address”), select Reply To: and enter a new reply to address.
12. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Messaging settings view.
To delete an e-mail account:
1. Select E-mail accounts from the list displayed in the Messaging
view. The E-mail accounts view appears in the display.
2. Select the account you want to delete. The Account (Name of
account) view appears in the display.
and select Delete from the pop-up menu.The following
may occur when deleting an e-mail account from the device:
• When attempting to delete a PC mail account, you are
informed that the selected account is a PC mail account and
asked if you would like to delete this account. Select Yes to
delete the account or No to return to the E-mail accounts view.
3. Tap
If you selected Yes you informed that deleting the selected
account deletes all associated messages held on your R380e.
Select Yes to delete the account and all associated messages or
No to cancel deleting the account.
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When attempting to delete a normal, non-PC mail account, the
messaging application will ensure that there are no associated
messages on your R380e. If no associated messages are found
then the account will be deleted. If there are associated
messages, then you are informed that the account has
associated messages and can not be deleted.
WAP services settings
To change the WAP services settings:
1. Select WAP services from the list displayed in the Preferences and
settings view. The WAP services settings view appears in the
display.
WAP services settings
Appearance
Cache
WAP profiles
History
Trusted certificates
Homepage
To change the appearance settings:
1. Select Appearance from the list displayed in the WAP services
2.
3.
4.
5.
settings view. The WAP - Appearance settings view appears in the
display.
To change whether or not images are loaded, select Load images:
and then select Yes or No.
To change whether or not hyperlinks are contained within a frame,
select Frame image links: and then select Yes or No.
To change whether or not the sequence of titles is shown in the
title bar, select Show title sequence: and then select Yes or No.
Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the WAP services settings view.
To change the cache settings:
1. Select Cache from the list displayed in the WAP services settings
view. The WAP - Cache settings view appears in the display.
2. To change the size of the cache memory that is reserved for
storing previously visited pages, select Cache size (KB): and select
the required size.
3. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the WAP services settings view.
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To create a new WAP profile:
1. Select WAP profiles from the list displayed in the WAP services
settings view. The WAP profiles view appears in the display.
and select New WAP Profile. The New WAP profile view
appears in the display.
3. Enter the required information.
• Name: Enter a name for this profile.
• Service provider: Tap the service provider field and select which
service provider to use for this profile. If you would like to
select a service provider whenever you use this profile, choose
2. Tap
[Always ask]
Enter the IP address for the WAP gateway.
Enter the your username for the gateway.
• Gateway password: Enter your password.
• Confirm password: Re-enter your password for confirmation.
• Security: Select whether or not you want the Security on. If On
is selected, all data sent to and from the gateway will be
encrypted. Default is Off.
• Connection mode: Select the connection type: either
Connectionless or Connection oriented.
and select Set
4. To set the WAP profile as the default profile, tap
as default.
5. Tap OK to save the new profile. The display returns to the WAP
profile view.
•
Gateway:
•
Gateway username:
Note: Although supported, the Username and Password are not always
necessary and can be left empty.
To edit, set as default, or delete a profile:
1. From within the Extras tab, tap System and choose Preferences and
settings.
2. Select WAP Services from the list, and then select WAP profiles from
the list in the WAP services settings view.
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The WAP profiles view is displayed.
WAP profiles
Banking
Ericsson (Default)
Profile 1
3. Tap the required profile in the list. The edit view is displayed.
Edit Banking
Name:
Service provider:
Gateway:
Gateway username:
Gateway password:
Confirm password:
Connection mode:
Security:
<Banking>
<Bank Serv. Prov.>
<195.100.108.76>
<Enter username>
<Enter password>
<Enter password>
<Connection oriented>
<On>
4. To delete the profile or set it as the default, tap
and select
or Set as default as appropriate.
5. To edit the profile, tap the item to edit. Notice that for reasons of
security the username and password fields will always be
displayed as <Enter username> and <Enter password>.
Delete
To change the history settings:
1. Select History from the list displayed in the WAP services settings
view. The WAP - History settings view appears in the display.
2. To change the number of history items stored (links to pages you
have visited), select Number of items to keep: and use the left and
right scroll arrows to select the required number.
and select Clear
3. To clear the currently stored history list, tap
history list.
4. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the WAP services settings view.
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To view trusted certificates:
1. From within the tab, tap and choose . Then select from the list.
2. Select from the list. The WAP- trusted
certificates view displays listing the available trusted certificates.
WAP - trusted certificates
Deutsche Telekom Root CA1
DSTCA E1
FESTE, Verified Certs
3. Tap the trusted certificate to be viewed. In practice you will need
to scroll to see all the fields illustrated below.
Deutsche Telekom CA1
Deutsche Telekom CA1, T-TeleSec Trust
Subject:
center, Deutsche Telekom AG
Deutsche Telekom CA1, T-TeleSec Trust
Issuer:
center, Deutsche Telekom AG
01/01/2000
Valid from:
01/01/2001
Valid to:
Fingerprint: 9E6B ED01 2549 C602 ED01 C602 9E6B
2549 ED01 C602
Algorithms: RSA, 1024 bits key length
To delete a trusted certificate:
1. When viewing a trusted certificate tap
then tap to confirm the deletion.
and select , and
To add a trusted certificate:
1. When you go to a site that requires a trusted certificate, it is
downloaded and the New Certificate view displays. The details of
the trusted certificate appear.
2. To accept the trusted certificate and store it in your phone, tap OK .
If a trusted certificate with the same name is already held, a
message will ask if you wish to keep the original trusted certificate
or replace it.
3. To cancel the download, or reject the trusted certificate when it
has been downloaded tap
.
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To change the homepage settings:
1. From within the tab, tap and choose . Then select from the list.
2. Select from the list. The WAP- homepage view
displays listing the homepage settings.
WAP - homepage
Location:
Profile:
<http://mobileinternet.ericsson.se>
<[Use default]>
3. To change the homepage location tap Location: and enter the
address of the site you want to set as your homepage.
4. To set the profile tap <[Use default]> and selected the required WAP
profile to use when connecting to the homepage.You can select
from a list of the available WAP profiles, or select ‘Use default’.
‘Use default’ means that the profile that is set as default when you
use this bookmark will be used to connect to this page.
5. Tap OK to return to the WAP service settings view.
Note: Your R380e has a preconfigured homepage entered, this is
usually http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com.
Service providers settings
A number of Service providers can be set up in your R380e.If there is
only one Service provider available, then it is used as the default. If
there is more than one Service provider available, then you are
prompted upon connection, as to which service provider to connect
to.
To create a new service provider or change an existing service
providers settings:
1. Select Service providers from the list displayed in the Preferences
and settings view. The Service providers view appears in the
display.
and select New service provider. The New service provider
2. Tap
view appears in the display.
or
Select the service provider to be changed. A view with the name
of the service provider appears in the display.
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3. To enter or change the name of the service provider, select Name:
and enter a name for the service provider.
4. To enter or change the telephone number of the network service
provider, select Tel. number: and enter the new number using the
phone entry touch sensitive keypad that appears in the display.
5. To enter or change the network protocol, select Bearer capability:
and then select ISDN or Analogue.
6. To enter or change the user name required for network access,
select Username: and enter a new user name.
7. To enter or change the password required for network access,
select Password: and enter a new password.
8. To enter or change the confirm password required for network
access, select Confirm password: and enter the new password (you
chose in step 7).
9. To enter or change whether the IP address assignment is
performed automatically from the server or remains static
according to the setting in the “Own IP-address” section, select IP
assignment: and then select Server or Static.
10. To enter or change whether the DNS IP address assignment is
performed automatically from the server or remains static
according to the settings in the “Primary DNS” or “Secondary
DNS” sections, select DNS assignment: and then select Server or
Static.
11. To enter or change the static IP address for the R380e, select Own
IP address: and enter a new IP address.
12. To enter or change the static primary DNS IP address for the
R380e, select Primary DNS: and enter a new primary DNS IP
address.
13. To enter or change the static secondary DNS IP address for the
R380e, select Secondary DNS: and enter a new secondary DNS IP
address.
14. To change the secure username (only available if sent by your
service provider), select Secure username: and make your change.
Warning! You are advised not to make changes to the secure
username, except when directed by your service provider.
15. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Preferences and settings view.
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Port settings
To change the port settings:
1. Select Port from the list displayed in the Preferences and settings
view. The Port settings view appears in the display.
2. To change the baud rate of the serial port, select Baud rate and then
select 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600 or 115200.
3. To change the parity checking for the serial port communication,
select Parity: and then select None, Odd, Even, Mark or Space.
4. To change the number of stop-bits for the serial port
communication, select Stop bits: and then select 1 or 2.
5. To change the number of bits per character for the serial port
communication, select Character length: and then select 5, 6, 7 or 8.
6. To change the flow control protocol for the serial port
communication, select Flow control: and then select CTS/RTS or
XON/XOFF.
7. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Settings view.
Note: You cannot change the port setting while the port is in use.
Calculator settings
To change the calculator settings:
1. Select Calculator from the list displayed in the Preferences and
settings view. The Calculator settings view appears in the display.
2. To change the number of decimal places to be displayed on screen,
select Number of decimal places: and use the left and right scroll
arrows to select Auto or a number between 0 to 9.
3. To change the keypad position, select Keypad position: and select
Right or Left.
4. Tap OK to implement and save the new settings. The display
returns to the Settings view.
Reset language
To activate the reset language settings:
1. Select Reset language from the list displayed in the Preferences and
settings view. The Reset language confirmation view appears
stating “Set language to <language>” and asking whether or not
you want to “Continue?”.
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2. Select Yes to reset the language, keyboard layout, time and date
format, decimal symbol and sorting order of the locale settings.
An information view appears stating “Reset language” and
“Please restart the phone to update the language”. Select OK and
restart your R380e to implement the Reset language settings.
Master reset
You can reset the R380e’s settings to the way they were when you
bought your R380e: all data you have entered is erased. It is therefore
recommended that you back-up all data to your PC before carrying
out a Master reset, as some of the erased data may need to be reentered into your R380e, i.e. Internet service provider settings, etc.
To activate the master reset settings:
1. Select Master reset from the list displayed in the Preferences and
settings view. The “Master reset” confirmation view appears
stating “Restore settings to factory defaults and erase all user
data” and asking whether or not you want to “Continue?”.
2. Select Yes and enter the Phone lock code when requested. An
information view appears stating “Master reset” and “Please
restart the phone to perform the master reset”. Select OK and
restart your R380e to implement the Master reset settings.
Storage
Storage provides you with information relating to the amount of
program memory being used, and the amount of memory that is
currently free.
To access memory information:
1. Select Storage from the list displayed in the System view. The
Memory information view appears in the display.
Storage information: 0.77MB free
65.5KB used
Contacts
32.3KB used
Calendar
0.37MB used
Messaging
20.0KB used
Notepad
12.4KB
used
Phone
27.2KB used
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(5%)
(2%)
(20%)
(1%)
(1%)
(2%)
This view is read only and displays the amount of free memory
(MB) in the title bar of the view. For each of the programs listed
the amount of memory being used is converted and displayed in
Kilobytes (KB)/Megabytes (MB), to one decimal place. You can
also see in percentage how much memory has been used.
Touch screen
Touch screen allows you to calibrate the screen.
1
Calibrate touch screen
Tap the centre of point 1
3
2
To perform a touchscreen calibration:
1. Select Touchscreen calibration from the list displayed in the System
view. The Calibrate touch screen view appears in the display.
2. Tap the centre of point 1 as stipulated in the view. The displayed
message changes to “Tap the centre of point 2”.
3. Tap the centre of point 2 and then point 3 to complete the screen
calibration procedure. The Calibration complete confirmation
view appears in the display.
Tap the Yes button to accept the calibration. Otherwise, tap the No
button to cancel the screen calibration and keep the previous
setting.
Software version
Software version provides you with information about the organiser
software and identifies the versions of the software that reside on
your R380e.
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To get information relating to the software versions:
Select Software version from the list displayed in the System view.
The Software version view appears in the display providing you
with information relating to the software versions on your R380e.
Software version
Phone:
000119 1059 cxc112146 R1A
Organiser: 000302 1610 CXC112159 R1A
Generate passcode
Generate passcode allows you to initiate the generating of an access
passcode (one-time passcode).
To generate an access passcode:
1. Tap Generate passcode on the Messaging desktop. The
Generate access passcode view appears in the display.
2. Enter a Soft Token PIN code and tap OK on the toolbar. The
passcode is displayed and copied to the clipboard, select OK.
Note: The passcode copied to the clipboard can be used, i.e.when in
the WAP browser, by selecting the Paste command.
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Generate passcode is only valid if the setup of secure access has
been performed. If secure access setup has not been performed,
then you will see the message “To generate a password you must
first enter the access password settings”. Select OK.
R380 Communications
Suite
The R380 Communications Suite allows you to synchronize the data
of your R380e and your computer. You can also make backups and
restore to your R380e.
This chapter tells you how to:
• Connect your R380e to your computer.
• Synchronize the data between your R380e and your computer.
• Store backups from your R380e on your computer.
• Restore backups from your computer to your R380e.
• Find help on a particular subject.
Note: R380 Communications Suite’s online help also explains how to
use all program features.
Warning! When synchronizing e-mails, make sure attached files are
not infected with a virus. It is recommended that you run a check with
an anti-virus program on your computer immediately after
synchronizing.
Connecting your R380e to your computer
Connecting your R380e to your computer allows you to manage
information that you want to keep up-to-date on both your computer
and R380e, such as calendar appointments, contact information,
e-mail messages or notepad entries. Also, it allows you to backup the
contents of your R380e to the computer and to restore the information
if you encounter problems with your R380e.
Before you can connect your R380e to a computer, you need to:
1. Make sure your computer meets the requirements described
below.
2. Install the R380 Communications Suite on your computer.
3. Connect to your computer via the serial cable.
Note: The term ‘computer’ is equivalent to PC.
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System requirements
Before you can connect your R380e, your computer should have:
• Windows 95/98/2000 SP 1 /NT 4.0 (at least service pack 5.0)
installed.
• A Pentium processor, 166 Mhz or above, including 50 MB of free
hard drive space and a CD-ROM drive.
• Serial port capability set up for communication.
Note: Communication speeds should be set up as follows: serial at
115200 baud.
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A Personal Information Manager (PIM) is required to synchronise
your R380e data with your PC. The supported PIMs are:
• Microsoft® Outlook®.
• Microsoft® Schedule+.
• Microsoft® Exchange.
• Lotus Organizer® (version 4.1 and 5.0).
• Lotus Notes® (version 4.6 and 5.0).
The other functions (e.g. backup and restore) do not
require the presence of a PIM on your PC.
Note: Lotus Organizer version 5.0 is included on the CD-ROM,
should you require a PIM.
R380 Communications Suite installation
Before you can synchronize or back up the contents of your R380e,
you need to install the R380 Communications Suite on your
computer.
To install the R380 Communications Suite:
Note: Choose to install without having your R380e connected.
1. Insert the CD into your computer’s CD-ROM drive.
2. Select the desired language and click OK.
3. Select Install R380 Communications Suite.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the R380
Communications Suite.
The CD normally starts automatically. However, if it does not, run the
R380 Communications Suite setup file to install manually, e.g. if you
wish to install R380 Communications Suite from a networked CDROM drive.
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To run the Setup manually, if needed:
1. Select Run from the Start menu.
2. Enter ‘D:\Start.exe’ where D: is the letter of your CD-ROM drive
or select Browse and navigate to the ‘Start.exe’ file on the R380
Communications Suite CD-ROM. Select OK to start the
installation.
or
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Open Windows Explorer and select your CD-ROM drive. Scroll
to, and double-click, the ‘Start.exe’ file.
To install Lotus Organizer 5.0 from the CD-ROM:
1. Run the R380 Communications Suite CD-ROM automatically or
manually as above.
2. Select the desired language and click OK.
3. Select Install Lotus Organizer® 5.0.
4. Read the information and click Install now!.
5. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Note: The English version of the Lotus Organizer manual can be
found on the R380 Communications Suite CD-ROM at
D:\Utilities\Lotus\English\Pdf\Org_5.pdf.
Preparing your R380e
Once you have installed the R380 Communications Suite you can
now connect your R380e to your computer. Your R380e has a built-in
serial port for communication.
Serial Connection
1. Locate the serial port on your computer, this is usually found at
the back of your computer.
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Note: Usually, it does not matter which serial port you use to connect
to your R380e. R380 Communications Suite quickly checks each port
in turn to find a connected R380e. If connection problems arise, see
“Troubleshooting” on page 201.
2. Plug the 9-pin connector on the cable into your computer serial
port, and the Ericsson connector, with the logo facing upwards,
into the interface at the bottom of your R380e.
Note: You should not have to apply force when inserting the
connector into the port on your R380e. If you have difficulty
connecting the cable to your R380s, you may be attempting to insert
the connector upside down.
3. Your computer now attempts to establish contact with your
R380e.
Note: The Ericsson RS232 cable supports the following five signals
in the RS232 standard: Tx, Rx, CTS, RTS, GND. If you experience
any problem with your connection, please go to Ericsson Mobile
Internet at: http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com for further
information and support.
Connecting with R380 Communications Suite
R380 Communications Suite automatically establishes a connection
between your computer and R380e. You can tell if your R380e is
connected by glancing at the Connection icon on the taskbar (close
to the clock).
Your computer is connected to the R380e. When a connection
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is made, the icon appears as a telephone on the taskbar (close to
the clock).
Connecting for the first time
When you connect to your computer for the first time, a connection
wizard tries to identify your R380e.
1. Follow the instructions in the wizard.
2. Enter a name to identify your R380e when asked to do so.
3. You are now asked to choose your synchronizing settings.
Note: You must choose a different name for each R380e you connect
to your computer. R380 Communications Suite uses the name you
enter to identify information and backup files specific to each R380e.
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Finding the R380 Communications Suite on the desktop
With R380 Communications Suite a number of menu items and
shortcuts are installed in your Windows environment.
• You can access all of the programs as well as the online help from
the Start menu, by selecting Start|Programs|Ericsson|R380
Communications Suite.
Tip! There are further settings that you can change in the Backup,
Restore and Synchronization Settings.
By double-clicking the R380e Synchronize icon on the computer
desktop, you can synchronize your R380e with your PC using the
settings you selected for synchronizing. See “Synchronizing your
R380e” on page 195.
By choosing Backup on the Start menu, you can make backups of
your R380e, which you can store in your computer. See “Backing up
your R380e” on page 196.
By choosing Restore on the Start menu, you can restore a backup if
needed. See “Restoring your R380e” on page 197.
The Connection icon placed on the taskbar (close to the clock) shows
when your R380e is connected to the computer. You can right-click
the Connection icon to display a quick menu.
There is often more than one way to access a particular feature in the
R380 Communications Suite, e.g. via the icon on the computer
desktop, the start menu or the taskbar. This guide describes only the
most straightforward methods of using the R380 Communications
Suite to help you get started. See the online help for more information
about other ways of using the R380 Communications Suite, and
setting up the R380 Communications Suite to meet your
requirements.
Synchronizing your R380e
What is synchronization?
You can use synchronization to manage information which you want
to keep up-to-date on both your computer and R380e, such as
calendar appointments, contact information, e-mail messages or
notepad entries. When you synchronize, the Synchronize program
checks the information in your computer scheduler with the matching
file on your R380e, and then updates both your computer and R380e
to include the new information. Some examples of synchronization
are:
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If you add a new appointment in your R380e Calendar, the date,
time and notes for the entry will be copied to your computer
scheduler.
• If you change a phone number in your computer scheduler, it will
be amended in the contacts database of your R380e.
• You and other colleagues can synchronize your work Calendars
with the same master scheduler on a networked computer using
different account names.
• You may have an e-mail and personal account on your computer at
home or at work. Both can be synchronized with your R380e
using different account names. See the online help for more
information on how to set account names.
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To start synchronization
1. Connect the serial cable to your R380e and computer.
2. Double-click the R380e Synchronize icon on the desktop.
Synchronization starts.
3. When the synchronization has successfully been completed, click
Close to exit the dialog box.
To schedule automatic synchronizations
1. Click Start|Programs|Ericsson|R380 Communications Suite
and choose Synchronization Settings.
2. Select the General tab in the dialog box that appears.
3. Select whether you want synchronizations to be manual, i.e you
start the synchronization manually when you want to synchronize.
You can also choose an automatic synchronization each time/day/
week when you connect. Manual synchronization is default.
4. Click OK to save and exit the dialog box.
Tip! See the online help for more information on how to synchronize
your R380e with a computer scheduler and how to choose the
synchronization settings.
Backing up your R380e
Performing your first backup
You can use the Backup program to back up the data stored in your
R380e to your computer. Keeping backups of your R380e contents on
your computer means that you have a separate copy of the contents of
the R380e, which can be restored.
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To make a backup:
1. Connect the serial cable to your R380e and computer.
2. Click Start|Programs|Ericsson|R380 Communications Suite
and choose Backup.
3. In the R380e Backup dialog box you can add additional
information (name/comment) to your backup in the Label as text
box.
4. Click Start Backup. A progress window appears showing how
long the backup will take.
5. When the backup has successfully been completed, click OK to
exit the dialog box
Tip! See the online help for more information on how to back up and
restore your R380e contents.
Setting a backup reminder
You can set the Backup program to remind you to make backups at
regular intervals so you do not need to remember to back up your
R380e.
To set a backup reminder:
1. Connect the serial cable to your R380e and computer.
2. Click Start|Programs|Ericsson|R380 Communications Suite
and choose Backup.
3. In the R380e Backup dialog box, click Options.
4. Select one of the check boxes under Remind me to back up and
adjust how often you want to be reminded. You can choose to be
reminded every X days or at every X synchronization or a
combination of these two.
5. Click OK to save the changes.
Tip! See the online help for more information on how to adjust the
backup settings.
Restoring your R380e
If you have lost data or accidentally deleted information in your
R380e you can restore an earlier backup.
To restore a backup:
1. Connect the serial cable to your R380e and computer.
2. Click Start|Programs|Ericsson|R380 Communications Suite
and choose Restore.
3. Select one of the backups in the list of previously saved backups
and click Start Restore.
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4. Click Yes to confirm that you want to continue.
Warning! Everything in your R380e will be overwritten by the
chosen backup. Once you have clicked Yes to start the restore, you
cannot cancel the procedure.
5. When the restore has successfully been completed, click OK to
exit the dialog box.
Note: See the online help for more information on how to restore
backups.
Changing the language in your R380e
English is always available from your R380e.
To change the language:
1. Connect the serial cable to your R380e and computer.
2. Insert the Ericsson CD and it starts automatically.
3. Select the language to use for the CD and click OK.
4. Click Change Language in R380e under the Communications
heading.
5. In the dialog box which appears, select the language you want to
change to in the drop-down list box and click OK to proceed.
6. Click Yes to confirm that you want to change to the chosen
language.
7. When the change of language has been successfully completed
you must disconnect your R380e, turn it off and turn it on again.
Note: When changing language the settings for keyboard layout, time
format, date format, decimal symbol and sorting order is changed
into the default settings for that country. You can always switch
between two different languages in your R380e, i.e. English and the
language you choose in the Change language in R380e program.
Getting help
Where can I find more help?
R380 Communications Suite includes comprehensive online help,
which describes all of the program’s features and functions. Please
consult the online help for further information or guidance on using
R380 Communications Suite.
You can display the help topics by:
• Selecting Start|Programs|Ericsson|R380 Communications
Suite|Help.
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Pressing the F1 key or clicking the Help button in a specific
dialog box.
• Right-clicking the phone icon on the taskbar and choosing Help
from the quick menu that appears.
•
Tip! Further information and help support can be found at
http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com (Ericsson’s Mobile Internet).
Tips on using the R380 Communications Suite help
From the Help Topics window, you can find the information you
require as follows:
• From the Contents tab, you can select a topic from a structured
list, e.g. how to perform a particular task, or troubleshooting
information about how to solve a problem. To find the topic you
want, double-click the topic folders
to find the general area of
interest, and then choose the topic
you want to display.
• From the Index tab, you can find the topic you want by entering
any word linked to the subject, such as ‘backup’ to find topics
containing information about how to back up your R380e.
• From the Search tab, you can search for an exact word or phrase
contained within a topic, such as ‘serial port’ to find all the topics
in the online help containing this phrase.
Tip! To provide further assistance, help topics may also provide links
to other help topics covering similar subjects under a heading called
‘See also’.
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R380 Communications Suite
Troubleshooting
This chapter consists of an alphabetical selection of suggestions for
solving possible problems with your R380e.
Blocked contact card provider
The SIM card is permanently blocked after the unblocking code has
been entered incorrectly ten times in a row. Contact your network
operator.
Card blocked unblock?
This message appears if the PIN code has been entered incorrectly
three times in a row.
To unblock the SIM card:
1. Press YE S .
2. Enter your personal unblocking key (PUK) and press # .
Note: Your PUK is provided by your network operator when you
purchase your SIM card.
Enter new PIN appears in the
display.
3. Enter your PIN code and press # . You can enter either your current
PIN code or a new one. Repeat new PIN appears in the display.
4. Enter your PIN code again for confirmation and press # .
If you entered both your unblocking key and PIN code correctly, the
message New PIN appears in the display.
Alternative method for unblocking the SIM card
To unblock the SIM card, enter the following sequence:
* 0 5 * unblock key * new PIN * new PIN #
Display limitations
In all cases where numbers or characters exceed the available display
space, truncation or dots are used to compensate for this.
Numbers are truncated at the beginning, for example ...555666777.
Characters are truncated at the end, for example Methusel....
Emergency calls only
A network is within range but you are not allowed to use this
network. You may, however, call the appropriate emergency number.
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Fax calls
Your R380e does not support fax transmission. Even if your operator
subscription supports fax transmission, fax calls are rejected.
However they can be forwarded to another number such as the office
fax number, see “Divert calls” on page 76 for more information.
Note: Make sure potential fax callers do not try to send a fax to your
R380e as they can experience a number of retries before the fax
transmission is stopped.
Indicator light
Blinks red
This indicates that the battery is running low and soon needs
recharging or replacing with a spare.
Note: With Vehicle Hands Free (VHF) equipment, make sure that the
following are inserted or connected: your R380e and its holder, the
fuse in the fuse holder, and/or the external antenna.
Does not blink
If the indicator light at the top of your R380e does not blink and no
network is displayed then there is not a network within range. See
‘No network is displayed’.
Insert card
A SIM card has not been inserted into your R380e. See “The SIM
card” on page 11 for instructions on inserting the SIM card.
Key symbol
The keypad is locked to prevent unintentional key action.
Press
followed by
to unlock the keys.
Memory/Disk full
Due to memory limitations, your R380e has no more space available
to save or store information.
Warning! Make sure regular backups are made with
Communications Suite to reduce the risk of lost or corrupted
information.
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To free up memory, erase unused or old:
Call logs.
Contacts.
Messages.
Calendar To-dos or appointments.
WAP history or bookmarks.
Troubleshooting
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Notepad notes.
No network
This indicates that no network is within range. The reason for this is
either:
1. You are in an area that is not covered by a network.
2. The received signal is too weak, possibly because you are being
shielded from the signal. Move to obtain a sufficiently strong
signal. Check your display Signal strength indicator.
Phone locked
Phone locked is displayed followed by the prompt Enter code:.
Your R380e is locked to prevent unauthorized use.
•
To unlock the R380e:
Enter your personal security code then press # (or Y ES ).
PIN & unblocking PUK code
Contact your dealer if you have forgotten your PIN or unblocking
PUK code. The only way to unlock your R380e is by using your PIN
or unblocking PUK code.
Tip! Store PIN and unblocking PUK code information in a safe
place. For security reasons, it may take some time to unlock the
R380e if this information is lost or misplaced.
Start problems
• Hand-held phone: Recharge or replace the battery.
• Vehicle hands free: Check that the R380e is properly inserted into
the holder and check the fuse in the fuse holder: which is
connected to the battery cable.
Wrong PIN
The PIN code has been entered incorrectly. The message is followed
by the prompt Enter PIN.
Enter the PIN code correctly and press # (or YE S ).
Note: If your PIN is entered incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM
card is blocked. You can unblock it by using your PUK.
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Important Information
Safe and Efficient Use
Please read this information before using your smartphone.
Your smartphone is a highly sophisticated electronic device. To get
the most out of your smartphone, please read this text about product
care, and safe and efficient use.
PRODUCT CARE
• Do not expose your product to liquid or moisture or to humidity.
• Do not expose your product to extreme high or low temperatures.
• Do not expose your product to lit candles, cigarettes, or cigars, or
to open flames, etc.
• Do not tap the screen with any object that has a sharp tip or may
damage the screen. Do not use any type of ink pen, as the ink may
be impossible to remove. When not in use, keep the supplied pen
in the storage compartment of the product.
• Do not drop, throw or try to bend the product, or press the keys
with extreme force as rough treatment could damage it.
• Do not paint your product as the paint could obstruct the
earpiece, microphone or any moveable parts and prevent normal
use.
• Do not use any accessories other than Ericsson originals. Use of
non-Ericsson original accessories may result in loss of
performance, damage to the product, fire, electric shock or injury.
The warranty does not cover product failures which have been
caused by use of non-Ericsson original accessories.
• Do not attempt to disassemble your product. The product does
not contain consumer serviceable components. Only Ericsson
Service Partners should perform service.
• Do not keep the product next to credit cards or transport tickets;
the speaker magnet could corrupt the information on the magnetic
strip.
• Do not keep the product in an area prone to dust and dirt since
this can impair the operation of the moving parts of your product.
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When you need to clean the screen, switch off the product and use
a commercial glass screen cleaner sprayed on a soft cloth. Avoid
spraying the screen directly.
• Over time, you may notice rainbow-like rings forming on the
screen. These rings are only cosmetic and will not impede the
functioning of your product.
• Keep the product away from strong magnetic fields (e.g.
loudspeakers) and sources of static electricity.
• If you will not be using the product for a while, store it in
a place that is dry, free from damp, dust and extreme
heat and cold. As a matter of precaution, make a back-up
of your files before you store your product.
•
ANTENNA CARE
To avoid impaired performance, please ensure that your smartphone's
antenna is not bent or damaged.
Do not remove the antenna yourself. If your smartphone's antenna is
damaged, please take it to an Ericsson Service Partner.
Only use an antenna that has been specifically designed by Ericsson
for your smartphone. Use of unauthorised antennas, modifications, or
attachments could damage the smartphone and may violate the
appropriate regulations, causing loss of performance and radio
frequency (RF) energy above the recommended limits.
EFFICIENT USE
For optimum performance with minimum power consumption please:
Hold the smartphone as you would any other telephone. While
speaking directly into the mouthpiece, angle the antenna in a
direction up and over your shoulder.
Do not hold the antenna when the smartphone is in use. Holding the
antenna affects call quality, may cause the smartphone to operate at a
higher power level than needed and may shorten talk and standby
times. Never direct the infrared ray at anyone's eye and make sure
that it does not disturb any other infrared units.
When using the Office Speaker function, it is recommended that your
smartphone is placed on a desktop, at a distance of at least an arm´s
length away. As with any loudspeaker, serious ear problems can be
caused by loud noises too close to your ears.
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Electrostatic discharge can interfere with the normal functioning of
electronic devices. Your smartphone can behave abnormally owing to
such an event, resulting in the possible loss of unsaved data. To
recover, reset your smartphone in accordance with the instructions in
this User's Guide.
To avoid losing data due to electrostatic discharges or other types of
events, it is recommended that you regularly save and backup your
data as described in this User's Guide.
RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) EXPOSURE AND SAR
Your smartphone is a low-power radio transmitter and receiver. When
it is turned on, it emits low levels of radio frequency energy (also
known as radio waves or radio frequency fields).
Governments around the world have adopted comprehensive
international safety guidelines, developed by scientific
organizations*, e.g. ICNIRP (International Commission on NonIonizing Radiation Protection), through periodic and thorough
evaluation of scientific studies. These guidelines establish permitted
levels of radio wave exposure for the general population. All
Ericsson mobile phone models are designed to operate within these
stringent levels. The levels include a safety margin designed to assure
the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health, and to account
for any variations in measurements.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is the unit of measurement for the
amount of radio frequency energy absorbed by the body when using a
mobile phone. The SAR value is determined at the highest certified
power level in laboratory conditions, but the actual SAR level of the
phone while operating can be well below this value.
This is because the phone is designed to use the minimum power
required to reach the network. Therefore, the closer you are to a base
station, the more likely it is that the actual SAR level will decrease.
Variations in SAR below the radio frequency exposure guidelines do
not mean that there are variations in safety. While there may be
differences in SAR levels among mobile phone models, all mobile
phone models must be designed to meet radio frequency exposure
guidelines.
More information on radio frequency exposure and SAR can be
found on: www.ericsson.com/health.
* Examples of radio-frequency exposure guidelines and standards
that Ericsson mobile phone models are designed to conform to:
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International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP), "Guidelines for limiting exposure to time-varying electric,
magnetic, and electromagnetic fields (up to 300 GHz)", Health
Physics, vol. 74, pp 494-522, April 1998.
99/519/EC, "Council Recommendation of 12 July 1999 on the
limitation of exposure of the general public to electromagnetic fields
(0 Hz to 300 GHz)", Official Journal of the European Communities,
1999.
IEEE C95.1-1991, "Safety levels with respect to human exposure to
radio frequency electromagnetic fields, 3 kHz to 300 GHz", The
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. (IEEE).
FCC Report and Order, ET Docket 93-62, FCC 96-326, Federal
Communications Commission (FCC), August 1996.
Radiocommunications (Electromagnetic Radiation Human Exposure)
Standard 1999, Australian Communications Authority (ACA), May
1999.
DRIVING
Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile phones in the
areas where you drive. If you are going to use your smartphone while
driving, please:
Give full attention to driving.
Use an Ericsson Vehicle Handsfree Solution, if available. Law in
many countries requires drivers to use a Vehicle Handsfree Solution.
Read the installation instructions carefully before installing a vehicle
Handsfree Solution.
Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if
driving conditions so require.
RF energy may affect some electronic systems in motor vehicles such
as car stereo, safety equipment etc. In addition, some vehicle
manufacturers do not allow use of mobile phones in their vehicles,
unless the installation is supported by a handsfree kit with an external
antenna. Check with your vehicle manufacturer's representative to be
sure that your smartphone will not affect the electronic systems in
your vehicle.
Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
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Important Information
An air bag inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including
either installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air
bag or in the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless
equipment is improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious
injury could result.
ELECTRONIC DEVICES
Most modern electronic equipment, for example equipment in
hospitals and cars, is shielded from RF energy. However, certain
electronic equipment is not, therefore:
Do not use your mobile phone near medical equipment without
requesting permission.
Mobile phones may affect the operation of some implanted cardiac
pacemakers and other medically implanted equipment. Pacemaker
patients should be aware that the use of a mobile phone very close to
a pacemaker might cause the device to malfunction. Avoid placing
the mobile phone over the pacemaker, e.g. in your breast pocket.
When using the mobile phone, place it at the ear opposite the
pacemaker. If a minimum distance of 15 cm (6'' inches) is kept
between the mobile phone and the pacemaker, the risk of interference
is limited. If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking
place, immediately turn off your mobile phone. Contact your
cardiologist for more information.
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded
from external RF energy.
Turn your mobile phone off in any facility where posted notices so
require.
AIRCRAFT
Turn off your smartphone before boarding any aircraft.
To prevent interference with communication systems, you must not
use your smartphone while the plane is in the air.
Do not use it on the ground without permission from the crew.
BLASTING AREAS
Turn off your smartphone when in a blasting area or in areas posted
"turn off two-way radio" to avoid interfering with blasting operations.
Construction crews often use remote control RF devices to set off
explosives.
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EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
Turn off your smartphone when in any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere. It is rare, but your smartphone or its
accessories could generate sparks. Sparks in such areas could cause
an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not
always, clearly marked. They include fuelling areas, below deck on
boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, and areas where
the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal
powders.
Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or explosives in the
compartment of your vehicle, which contains your smartphone and
accessories.
POWER SUPPLY
Connect the AC power adapter only to designated power sources as
marked on the product.
To reduce risk of damage to the electric cord, remove it from the
outlet by holding onto the AC adapter rather than the cord.
Make sure the cord is positioned so that it will not be stepped on,
tripped over or otherwise subjected to damage or stress.
To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the unit from any power
source before attempting to clean it.
The AC power adapter must not be used outdoors or in damp areas.
DANGER - Never alter the AC cord or plug. If the plug will not fit
into the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified
electrician. Improper connection can result in risk of electric chock.
CHILDREN
DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY WITH YOUR MOBILE
PHONE OR ITS ACCESSORIES. THEY COULD HURT
THEMSELVES OR OTHERS, OR COULD ACCIDENTALLY
DAMAGE THE MOBILE PHONE OR ACCESSORY. YOUR
MOBILE PHONE OR ITS ACCESSORY MAY CONTAIN SMALL
PARTS THAT COULD BE DETACHED AND CREATE A
CHOKING HAZARD.
DISPOSING OF THE PRODUCT
The product should never be placed in municipal waste. Please check
local regulations for disposal of electronic products.
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EMERGENCY CALLS
IMPORTANT!
This smartphone, like any mobile phone, operates using radio signals,
cellular and landline networks as well as user-programmed functions,
which cannot guarantee connection under all conditions. Therefore
you should never rely solely upon any mobile phone for essential
communications (e.g. medical emergencies).
Remember, in order to make or receive calls, the smartphone must be
switched on and in a service area with adequate cellular signal
strength. Emergency calls may not be possible on all cellular phone
networks or when certain network services and/or smartphone
features are in use. Check with your local service provider.
BATTERY INFORMATION
CHARGING THE BATTERY
The battery delivered with your smartphone is not fully charged. We
recommend that you charge the battery for 4 hours before you use the
phone for the first time. If you are charging a new battery, or a battery
that has run out completely, it may take a while before you get any
indication (the top indicator lights up and the battery meter appears in
the display) that the battery is being charged.
Please note that you cannot turn on the phone before the indicator
lights up and the battery meter appears in the display.
The battery can only be charged in temperatures between +5°C
(+41°F) and +45°C (+113°F).
BATTERY USE AND CARE
A rechargeable battery has a long service life if treated properly. A
new battery or one that has not been used for a long time could have
reduced capacity the first few times it is used.
The amount of battery power indicated by your battery icon is an
estimate that may vary depending on your charging and use patterns.
To ensure adequate power supply, keep your battery fully charged or
carry additional charged batteries.
Use only Ericsson original batteries and chargers. Using other
batteries and chargers could be dangerous, and the warranty does not
cover product failures which have been caused by use of nonEricsson original batteries and chargers.
• Do not expose the battery to extreme temperatures, never above
+60°C (+140°F). For maximum battery capacity, use the battery in
room temperature. If the battery is used in cold temperatures, the
battery capacity will be reduced.
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Turn off your smartphone before removing the battery.
Use the battery for the intended purpose only.
Do not attempt to take the battery apart.
Do not let the metal contacts on the battery touch another metal
object. This could short-circuit and damage the battery.
Do not expose the battery to open flames. This could cause the
battery to explode.
Do not expose the battery to liquid.
Do not mutilate, puncture or dispose of batteries in fire. The
batteries can burst or explode, releasing hazardous chemicals.
If a battery should accidentally leak, do not allow the contents to
come into contact with your skin or your eyes.
Do not allow the battery to be put into the mouth. Battery
electrolytes may be toxic if swallowed.
DISPOSING OF THE BATTERY
The battery should never be placed in municipal waste. Please check
local regulations for disposal of batteries.
Electrostatic Discharge
Electrostatic discharge can interfere with the normal functioning of
electronic devices. Your product can behave abnormally owing to
such an event, resulting in the possible loss of unsaved data. To
recover, reset your product according to the User's guide.
To avoid losing data due to electrostatic discharges or other types of
events, it is recommended that you regularly save and backup your
data as described in the User's guide.
Technical Data
General
System
GSM 900/GSM1800.
SIM card
Small plug-in card, 3 V or 5 V type.
Dimensions
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Size
159 x 51 x 26 mm / 6.3 x 2 x 1 in.
Antenna length
30 mm / 1.2 in.
Weight with battery
164 g / 5.8 oz.
Weight without battery
119 g / 4.2 oz.
Important Information
Display/Screen size
Flip closed LCD
120 x 116 pixels / 28 x 27 mm.
Flip open LCD
120 x 360 pixels / 28 x 83 mm.
Memory
User data storage
1.1 MB (1 language).
Ambient temperatures
Max
+55°C / 131°F
Min
-10°C / 14°F
Acoustics
Microphone
Unidirectional Electret.
Loudspeaker
250 mW, 32 ohm.
Buzzer
Electro-magnetic.
Power
Optional mains adapter
5.2 V DC ± 10%, 1A.
Keyboard
Touchscreen
4 row 49 key.
Layout
QWERTY.
Communications
Infrared
IrDA SIR optical link to 115200 baud.
Serial
RS232-compatible to 115200 baud.
Limited Warranty Conditions and International
Service
Thank you for purchasing this Ericsson Product. To get maximum
use of your new Product, we recommend that you follow a few
simple steps:
• Read the Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use.
• Read all the terms and conditions of your Ericsson Warranty.
• Save your original receipt. You will need it for warranty repair
claims. Should your Ericsson Product need warranty service,
please return it to the dealer from whom it was purchased, or
contact your local Ericsson Certified Call Centre or visit
www.ericsson.com/consumers to get further information.
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OUR WARRANTY
Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, Torshamnsgatan 27, 164 80
Stockholm, Sweden, warrants this Product to be free from defects in
material and workmanship at the time of its original purchase by a
consumer, and for a subsequent period of one (1) year.
Any Ericsson accessory is covered by a warranty period of one (1)
year from the date of its original purchase by a consumer in
accordance with the applicable terms and conditions stipulated
herein.
WHAT WE WILL DO
If, during the warranty period, this Product fails to operate under
normal use and service, due to improper materials or workmanship,
Ericsson Service Partners, subsidiaries or authorised distributors will,
at their option, either repair or replace the Product in accordance with
the terms and conditions stipulated herein.
CONDITIONS
1. The warranty is valid only if the original receipt issued to the
original purchaser by the dealer, specifying the date of purchase
and serial number, is presented with the Product to be repaired or
replaced. Ericsson reserves the right to refuse warranty service if
this information has been removed or changed after the original
purchase of the Product from the dealer.
2. If Ericsson repairs or replaces the Product, the repaired or replaced
Product shall be warranted for the remaining time of the original
warranty period or for ninety (90) days from the date of repair,
whichever is longer. Repair or replacement may involve the use of
functionally equivalent reconditioned units. Replaced faulty parts
or components will become the property of Ericsson.
3. This warranty does not cover any failure of the Product due to
normal wear and tear, or due to misuse, including but not limited
to use in other than the normal and customary manner, in
accordance with Ericsson's instructions for use and maintenance
of the Product. Nor does this warranty cover any failure of the
Product due to accident, modification or adjustment, acts of God,
improper ventilation or damages resulting from liquid.
4. Since the cellular system on which the product is to operate is
provided by a carrier independent from Ericsson, Ericsson will not
be responsible for the operation, availability, coverage, services or
range of that system.
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Important Information
5. This warranty does not cover Product failures due to improper
repair installations, modifications or service performed by a nonEricsson Service Partner or opening of the Product by nonEricsson certified persons.
6. The warranty does not cover Product failures which have been
caused by use of non-Ericsson original accessories.
7. Tampering with any of the seals on the Product will void the
warranty.
8. THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES, WHETHER
WRITTEN OR ORAL, OTHER THAN THIS PRINTED
LIMITED WARRANTY. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR
A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE
DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT
SHALL ERICSSON BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE
WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST
PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS, TO THE FULL EXTENT
THOSE DAMAGES CAN BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
Some countries/states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damage, or limitation of the duration of
implied warranties, so the preceding limitations or exclusions may
not apply to you.
The warranty provided does not affect the consumer's statutory rights
under applicable national legislation in force, nor the consumer's
rights against the dealer arising from their sales/ purchase contract.
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
You can have your Ericsson Product serviced within the warranty
period in any country where an identical Product is sold by an
authorised Ericsson distributor. To find out if your Product is sold in
the country you are in, please call the local Call-Centre. In order to be
granted service, you have to present your original receipt specifying
the date of purchase and serial number. Please observe that certain
services may not be possible elsewhere than in the country of original
purchase, for example due to the fact that your Ericsson Product may
have an interior or exterior which is different from equivalent models
sold in other countries. It may not be possible to repair SIM-locked
Products.
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Copyright
Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, 2001
All rights reserved. This manual is copyrighted work of Ericsson
Mobile Communications AB, Kista, Sweden. The programs referred
to herein are copyrighted and trademarked works of Ericsson Mobile
Communications AB, Kista, Sweden, unless otherwise set out below.
Reproduction in whole or in part, including utilization in machines
capable of reproduction or retrieval, without the express written
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The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Ericsson and the Ericsson logo
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service names mentioned in this manual are trademarks of their
respective companies.
Copyright Symbian Ltd, 2001
All rights reserved. The R380e contains the EPOC32 operating
system and software, and Ericsson EPOC Connect 1.x contains the
EPOC32 CONNECT software that is the copyrighted work of
Symbian Ltd, London, England.
EPOC and the EPOC logo are registered trademarks of Symbian Ltd.
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Association and is used under license there from.
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any upgrades thereof, and Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, the
Vendor. By opening the sealed software package and/or using the
software you are agreeing to be bound by the terms of this
Agreement.
Licence
The Licensee is hereby granted a non-transferable, non-exclusive,
restricted right and licence to use the software included herein,
Software. However, the Software licensed hereunder may be
delivered in an inseparable package also containing other software
programs than the Software.
Important Information
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You may: (a) use the enclosed Software on a single Ericsson product;
(b) make copies of the Software solely for purposes of backup. The
copyright notice must be reproduced and included on a label on any
backup copy.
You may not: subject to when applicable, the EC Council Directive of
May 14, 1991 on the legal protection of computer programs (91/250/
EEG) (“Software Directive” Article 6) distribute copies of this
Software or its documentation to others; modify, rent, lease or grant
your rights to this Software to third parties (except in the event the
Ericsson product containing an item of Software is transferred to a
third party and provided the transferee agrees in writing to be bound
by the terms of this Licence Agreement; translate, reverse engineer,
decompile, disassemble or otherwise alter the Software or its
documentation or disclose any information designated as confidential
or proprietary at the time of disclosure or, by nature, is confidential or
proprietary.
Term
Your licence remains effective from the date of receipt until
terminated. You can terminate it at any other time by destroying the
Software together with all copies of the Software in any form. Your
licence will also automatically terminate without notice if you fail to
comply with any term or condition of this Agreement. Upon any
termination you must destroy all copies of the Software in any form.
Limited Warranty
Vendor warrants the media, on which the Software is provided, to be
free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal use for
ninety (90) days after the date of receipt. The Vendor’s and its
suppliers’ entire liability and your exclusive remedy under this
warranty (which is subject to you returning the Software to an
authorized reseller with a copy of your receipt) will be, at Vendor’s
option, to replace the disc(s)/ diskette(s) or refund the purchase price
for the Software and terminate this Agreement.
Except for the above express limited warranties, Vendor and its
suppliers make and you receive no warranties or conditions either
express, implied, statutory or otherwise and Vendor and its suppliers
specifically disclaim any implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose. Vendor does not warrant that the
Software will be uninterrupted or error free. You assume the
responsibility for the selection of the program and hardware to
achieve your intended results; and for the installation, use and results
obtained from the Software.
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Important Information
Some jurisdictions do not allow limitations on duration of an implied
warranty, so the above limitation may not apply to you.
Intended use
The Software shall be used in accordance with the instructions and
for its intended use and purpose only. The software or part of it is not
permitted to be used in for example life support systems, nuclear
facility applications, missile technology, chemical or biologized
industry or of flight navigation or communication of air, ground
support equipment or other similar business, if failure to perform on
behalf of the software in any way, could result in personal injury,
death, damage to tangibles or environmental damage.
Limitation of liability
In no event shall Vendor or its suppliers be liable for any indirect or
consequential losses or damages whatsoever including loss of data,
loss of business, loss of profits, business interruption or personal
injury arising out of the use of or inability to use this Software.
Vendor and its suppliers entire liability under this Agreement shall be
limited to the amount actually paid by Licensee for the Software.
Governing law
The validity, construction and performance of this Agreement shall
be governed by the laws of Sweden.
Regulatory Information
CLASS 1 LED PRODUCT
LEDSCHÜTZKLASSE 1
PRODUKT
LED Safety
The infrared port located at the side of the R380e unit is classified as
a Class 1 LED (Light-Emitting Diode) device according to
International Standard IEC 825-1 (EN 60825-1). This device is not
considered harmful, but the following precautions are recommended:
• If the unit requires service, contact an Ericsson service partner.
• Do not attempt to make any adjustments to this unit.
• Avoid direct eye exposure to the infrared LED beam. Be aware
that the beam is invisible light and cannot be seen.
• Do not attempt to view the LED beam with any type of optical
device.
Important Information
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Declaration of Conformity
We, Ericsson Mobile Communications AB of
Torshamnsgatan 27
SE-164 80 Kista, Sweden
declare under our sole responsibility that our product,
Ericsson type 7100101-BV,
and in combination with our accessories, to which this declaration
relates is in conformity with the appropriate standards TBR 19, 20, 31
and 32, ETS 300 342-1 and EN 60950, following the provisions of,
Radio Equipment and Telecommunication Equipment directive 99/5/
EC with requirements covering EMC directive 89/336/EEC, and Low
voltage directive 73/23/EEC.
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Important Information
Index
Call charge 79
Call handling options 40
Access security settings 177
Call holding 34
Accounts
Call information 68
e-mail 115
Call swapping 41, 64
PC mail 115
Call waiting 34, 64, 74
Alarms 163
Calls
Answering calls 32
answering 32
Area info settings 175
automatic re-dialling 30
Asterisk key 27
conference 41
Attachments 104
data 32
Automatic re-dialling 30
divert 76
Automatic service provider and e-mail
domestic 30
set up 140
emergency 31
Automatic WAP set up 148
fax 32
holding 34
B
information 35
Backing up 196
international 31
Backlight 26
last number 30
Battery
missed 36
charging 9, 10
reject 32
insertion 10
swapping 41
removal 9
waiting 34
Bookmarks 135
CD
Browser 132
contents 6
Business cards 92
User’s Manual 6
Certificates
C
adding 156, 184
Calculator 164
deleting 155, 184
Calculator settings 187
secure sites 137
Calendar
Change language in R380 198
day view 124
Charge indication 11
editing 127
Charger phone plug
month view 122
insertion 10
new appointment 125
removal 10
settings 173
Clear key 26
to do 126
Clock 160
to do view 125
Communication
week view 123
infrared port 38
Calibration 189
Call 59
A
Index
221
Communications Suite
connecting 191
finding on the PC 195
help 198
PC backup 196
preparing 193
restore 197
serial connectivity 193
synchronization 195
Conference calls 41, 65
Contacts
business cards 92
export to SIM card phone book 95
find 97
import from SIM card phone book
94
infrared receive 93
infrared send 89, 92
new 96
personal details 88
settings 172
Copyright information 216
D
Data calls 32
Date 163
Declaration of conformity 220
Deleting
messages 106
Desktop 16, 47
program icons 48
program tabs 47
title bar 48
Display calibration 189
Display Indicators 27
Display Notepad 33
Display settings 170
Divert calls 76
Divert voice calls 38
Documentation
Quick Guide 5
User’s Guide 5
User’s Manual 5
Domestic calls 30
Draft messages 111
DTMF functions 33
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Index
E
Editing
calendar entries 127
messages 107, 110
E-mail
account settings 179
new 113
settings 174
E-mail account 115
E-mail set up 139
Emergency calls 31, 62
Emergency mode 14
Entering information 50
flip open 17
Export to SIM card phone book 95
Extended character set 55
Extras
alarms 163
backlight settings 170
calculator 164
calculator settings 187
calendar settings 173
clock 160
contacts settings 172
date 163
display settings 170
e-mail account settings 179
game 166
general settings 170
input settings 171
locale 171, 172
master reset settings 188
messaging settings 173
miscellaneous settings 172
notepad 157
port settings 187
preferences and settings 169
reset locale settings 187
Reversi 166
service provider settings 185
storage information 188
system 169
Tetris Game 167
time 163
timezones 161
touchscreen calibration 189
WAP Services settings 181
F
I
Fax calls 32
Find
contacts 97
messages 118
Flip closed
making and receiving calls 29
navigation 29
Flip open
contents list 89
desktop 16
entering information 17
navigation 49
program icons 16
program tabs 16
selection guidelines 16
stylus location and usage 15
title bar 16
Forwarding messages 106, 110
Icons
phone 27
Import from SIM
card phone book 94
Inbox 43
Incoming calls 63
Increasing ring 37
Indicators
alarm active 28
battery meter 28
call timer 29
conference call 29
connection name 29
connection number 29
connection progress 29
current network 28
date 28
decipher warning 28
divert call 28
infrared active 28
keylock 28
ring signal off 27, 28
signal strength 28
SMS memory overflow 28
text message received 27
time 28
voice dialling active 28
voice mail 28
Infrared port 38
Input settings 171
International calls 31, 62
Internet 132
G
Game 166
Reversi 166
general settings 170
Get mail 102
Greetings 80
H
Handbook
see Documentation
see Manuals
Handsfree equipment 83
Handwriting Recognition
using 57
Handwriting recognition 52
Extended character set 55
Natural character set 53
Hide identity 39
Homepage 156
setup 156, 185
K
Keyboard settings 171
Keyboards 50
number 52
numeric 50
phone number 51
security access 52
special characters 51
text 50
Keypad lock 36
Keypad positioning 80
Index
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L
Last call information 35
Last dialled numbers list 84
Last number calls 30
Left and right keys 26
Licence agreement 217
Locale settings 171, 172
Lock keypad 36
Locks 81
M
Manual service provider and e-mail
set up 141
Manual WAP set up 149
Manuals
Quick Guide 5
User’s Guide 5
User’s Manual (on CD) 5
Master reset settings 188
Melodies 71
Memory information 188
Messaging
add a sender to contacts 105
attachments 104
auto configuration 120
deleting 106
drafts 111
editing 107, 110
find 118
forwarding 106, 110
get mail 102
new e-mail 113
notification 119
replies 105, 115
sending 107
settings 173
SMS 116
View messages 100
viewing 103
Microphone mute 32, 63
Minute minder 70
Miscellaneous settings 172
Missed calls 36
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Index
Modes
emergency 14
no network 14
standby 13
Mute the microphone 32
My numbers 80
N
Natural character set 53
Navigation
flip closed 29
flip open 49
Networks 77
New appointment 125
New contact 96
Next call type 39
No key 26
No network mode 14
Notepad 157
Notification
messaging 119
Numeric keys 27
O
Office handsfree mode 67
On hold 63
On-screen keyboards 50
Outgoing calls 60
P
PC connectivity 191
PC mail account 115
PC synchronization 195
Personal details 19, 88
Phone
calendar 43
Call 59
call information 68
call meter 79
call swapping 64
call waiting 64, 74
conference calls 65
emergency calls 62
handsfree equipment 83
inbox 43
incoming calls 63
international calls 62
keypad position 80
last dialled numbers list 84
locks 81
melodies 71
microphone mute 63
minute minder 70
my numbers 80
networks 77
office handsfree mode 67
on hold 63
outgoing calls 60
phone book 44
phone menu 36
re-dialling 62
restrict calls 75
ring controls 70
rings signals 70
security 22
service numbers 62
settings 69
sounds and alerts 69
tasks 60
total calls and costs 69
user greetings 80
view 60
voice control 71
voicemail 74
Phone book 44
Phone book key 27
Phone Display Indicators 27
Phone Icons 27
Phone keys
asterisk 27
clear 26
hash 27
left and right 26
no 26
numeric 27
phone book 27
up and down 26
voice memo 26
volume slider 25
yes 26
Phone lock code 23
Phone Menu 36
Phone Symbols 27
PIN code 13
entry 13
PIN codes 22
Port settings 187
Preferences and Settings 169
Problem
card blocked 201
display 202
emergency calls only 201
fax calls 202
inset card displayed 202
memory/disk full 202
no indicator light 202
no network 203
phone locked 203
red indicator light 202
screen 202
security code 202
starting 203
wrong PIN displayed 203
Product Care and Safety 205
Program
toolbar 48
Program icons 48
Program tabs 47
PUK codes 22
Q
Quick Guide 5
Index
225
R
Receiving via infrared 93
Re-dialling 62
Regulatory information 219
Reject call 32
Replying to messages 105
Reset locale settings 187
Restoring 197
Restrict calls 75
Reversi 166
Ring controls 70
Ring signals 70
Ring volume 37
S
Screen calibration 189
Screen settings 170
Security
access password 179
access settings 177
dynamics 178
Phone lock code 23
PIN Codes 22
problems 202
PUK codes 22
secure computing 178
secure computing PIN 179
Selection guidelines 16
Sending
messages 107
Sending an e-mail for the first time
145
Sending personal details via infrared
89
Sending via infrared 92
Serial connectivity 193
Service numbers 39, 62
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Index
Settings
area info 175
backlight 170
calculator 187
calendar 173
contacts 172
display 170
e-mail 174
e-mail account 179
general 170
input 171
keyboard 171
locale 171, 172
master reset 188
messaging 173
miscellaneous 172
port 187
reset locale 187
screen 170, 189
service provider 185
SMS 174
WAP Services 181
Setup
initial settings 17
references 47
security 22
Show identity 39
Silent mode 37
SIM card
insertion 11
removal 12
SIM phone book import 21
SMS
new 116
settings 174
Sounds and alerts 69
Specification 212
Standby mode 13
Stylus
dragging 15
usage 15
Stylus location and usage 15
Symbols
phone 27
System 169
T
Technical data 212
Tetris Tetris 167
Time 163
Time and date
settings 14
Timezones 161
Title bar 48
To do 125, 126
Toolbar 48
Touchscreen calibration 20, 189
Trusted Certificates 155
Turning on first time
language 13
WAP Services
bookmarks 135
browser 132
Ericsson portal 134
history 137
open location 137
settings 181
WAP sites 134
Warranty information 213
XYZ
Yes key 26
U
Up and down keys 26
User greetings 80
User’s Guide 5
User’s Manual 5, 6
Using WAP for the first time 152
V
View messages 100
Viewing messages 103
Voice Calls
divert 38
Voice control 71
Voice mail 35
Voice memo key 26
Voicemail 74
Volume adjustment 32
Volume slider key 25
W
WAP
bookmarks 135
browser 132
connection settings 138
history 137
open location 137
secure sites 137
WAP gateway 147
WAP profiles 148
creating 151, 182
Index
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Index