Vertu Constellation Quest RM-582V Specifications

VERTU Constellation Quest
Reference Manual
Contents
Preface- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 5
Conventions used in this guide....................................................................... 5
Health and safety - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 6
General........................................................................................................... 6
Operating environment ................................................................................... 6
Electronic devices .......................................................................................... 6
Battery safety ................................................................................................. 7
Wall charger safety......................................................................................... 7
Taking care of your phone - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8
General........................................................................................................... 8
Battery ............................................................................................................ 8
Ceramics and sapphire .................................................................................. 8
Leather ........................................................................................................... 8
Metal .............................................................................................................. 9
Introducing your Vertu phone - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 10
Access codes ............................................................................................... 10
Getting help and support .............................................................................. 11
Getting started - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 12
Vertu package contents................................................................................ 12
Vertu phone layout - front ............................................................................. 12
Setting up your phone .................................................................................. 14
Home key ..................................................................................................... 18
My Key ......................................................................................................... 18
Dedicated keys............................................................................................. 19
Select keys ................................................................................................... 19
QWERTY keyboard...................................................................................... 19
Status bar icons............................................................................................ 20
Lower status bar icons.................................................................................. 20
Commands and audible indicators ............................................................... 21
Setting up your phone - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 22
Setting up your phone for the first time ......................................................... 22
Vertu Startup Wizard .................................................................................... 22
Switch........................................................................................................... 23
Home screen and clock - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 24
Home screen ................................................................................................ 24
Information area ........................................................................................... 24
Dynamic Information area............................................................................. 27
Notification zone........................................................................................... 27
Media feeds.................................................................................................. 27
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Menu .............................................................................................................29
Task viewer ...................................................................................................30
Control panel.................................................................................................30
Setting up your personal and business preferences......................................31
Security- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 32
Security Settings ...........................................................................................32
Phone and SIM card security ........................................................................32
Other security measures: restricting calls......................................................34
Certificate manager.......................................................................................34
Protected Content: Digital Rights Management (DRM) .................................35
View and edit security modules.....................................................................36
Browser security ...........................................................................................36
Call functions and Call Log - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 37
Making a call .................................................................................................37
Speed dialing ................................................................................................38
Answering a call ............................................................................................39
In-call options ................................................................................................40
Voice mail .....................................................................................................41
Multiparty calls ..............................................................................................41
Call barring....................................................................................................42
Call settings ..................................................................................................42
Call forwarding ..............................................................................................43
Network.........................................................................................................44
Licenses........................................................................................................45
Call Log.........................................................................................................46
Making a video call........................................................................................47
Video sharing ................................................................................................48
Video sharing settings...................................................................................48
Share live video or video clips .......................................................................48
Accept an invitation .......................................................................................49
Contacts - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 50
About Contacts .............................................................................................50
Working with contacts ...................................................................................50
Creating a new contact..................................................................................50
Send Contact information..............................................................................50
Editing a contact............................................................................................51
Deleting a contact .........................................................................................52
Contact groups..............................................................................................52
Copy and Duplicate (Manage) Contacts .......................................................53
Contacts memory ..........................................................................................54
Contents
Service numbers .......................................................................................... 54
Contacts settings.......................................................................................... 55
Messages- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 56
Message alerts ............................................................................................. 56
Messaging folders ........................................................................................ 57
Organize messages ..................................................................................... 57
Text messages ............................................................................................. 57
Multimedia messages................................................................................... 58
Emails........................................................................................................... 59
Speech messages and Message Reader..................................................... 60
Presentations ............................................................................................... 60
Service messages ........................................................................................ 60
Cell broadcast .............................................................................................. 61
Messaging settings....................................................................................... 61
Email - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 64
Setting up your email accounts..................................................................... 64
Email settings ............................................................................................... 68
Vertu Services - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 71
Vertu Concierge ........................................................................................... 71
Vertu Technical Support ............................................................................... 71
Vertu Remote Assist..................................................................................... 71
Vertu Select.................................................................................................. 72
City Brief....................................................................................................... 72
Vertu Downloads .......................................................................................... 72
Registration .................................................................................................. 72
Calendar - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 73
Calendar entries ........................................................................................... 73
Calendar settings ......................................................................................... 77
Camera - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 79
Camera setup............................................................................................... 81
Working with captured images and videos ................................................... 82
Connectivity- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 84
Data connections and access points ............................................................ 84
Network settings........................................................................................... 84
Wireless LAN................................................................................................ 85
Active data connections ............................................................................... 86
Sync ............................................................................................................. 86
Bluetooth connectivity .................................................................................. 87
Remote SIM mode ....................................................................................... 89
PC connections.............................................................................................89
Ovi Suite........................................................................................................90
Net Settings ..................................................................................................90
Working with the Internet - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 91
Internet..........................................................................................................91
Network destinations.....................................................................................91
Media feeds ..................................................................................................93
Web settings .................................................................................................95
Office Tools- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 96
Active Notes..................................................................................................96
Calculator......................................................................................................96
File manager .................................................................................................97
Quickoffice ....................................................................................................97
Converter ......................................................................................................97
Zip Manager..................................................................................................98
PDF Reader ..................................................................................................98
Dictionary ......................................................................................................98
Notes ............................................................................................................99
Intranet ..........................................................................................................99
Gallery- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 100
Gallery main view ........................................................................................100
Sound clips .................................................................................................100
Streaming links............................................................................................100
Presentations ..............................................................................................100
Songs..........................................................................................................101
Images ........................................................................................................101
Video clips...................................................................................................101
View images and videos..............................................................................101
Active toolbar ..............................................................................................102
Albums ........................................................................................................103
Tags ............................................................................................................103
Slide show...................................................................................................103
Edit images .................................................................................................104
Edit videos ..................................................................................................104
Print images ................................................................................................104
Home Network - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 106
View and share media files..........................................................................107
Copy media files..........................................................................................108
Home synchronization.................................................................................108
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Contents
Media - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 109
Radio.......................................................................................................... 109
Music Player............................................................................................... 111
Ovi music.................................................................................................... 112
Recorder .................................................................................................... 112
Share online ............................................................................................... 112
RealPlayer.................................................................................................. 114
Video center ............................................................................................... 115
Maps - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 116
Welcome to Maps....................................................................................... 116
My position ................................................................................................. 116
Change the look of the map........................................................................ 117
Download and update maps....................................................................... 117
Using the compass ..................................................................................... 117
About positioning methods ......................................................................... 118
Find places ................................................................................................. 118
Favorites..................................................................................................... 119
Synchronize your Favorites ........................................................................ 119
Share location ............................................................................................ 120
Drive and Walk ........................................................................................... 120
Get traffic and safety information ................................................................ 121
Maps shortcuts ........................................................................................... 123
Map Settings .............................................................................................. 123
Positioning- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 125
Positioning (GPS) ....................................................................................... 125
Application Manager - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 129
Application Manager .................................................................................. 129
Remove applications and software............................................................. 130
Personal Settings - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 131
Profiles ....................................................................................................... 131
Personalize the home screen ..................................................................... 132
Change the display theme .......................................................................... 132
Audio themes ............................................................................................. 133
Desk stand ................................................................................................. 133
Accessories - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 134
Battery ........................................................................................................ 134
Wall charger ............................................................................................... 134
Data cable .................................................................................................. 135
SD card ...................................................................................................... 135
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AV cable......................................................................................................135
Vertu Wired Headset...................................................................................136
Common accessory settings .......................................................................136
Maintenance - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 137
Update software..........................................................................................138
Printing - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 139
Printing........................................................................................................139
Troubleshooting - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 141
Specifications - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 143
Shortcuts - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 144
Shortcuts.....................................................................................................144
Warranty and legal information- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 146
Manufacturer’s limited warranty ..................................................................146
SAR Notice – RM-582V...............................................................................148
FCC/Industry Canada notice .......................................................................148
Declaration of conformity ............................................................................149
Export controls ............................................................................................149
Notices........................................................................................................149
Licenses......................................................................................................149
EU recycling notice .....................................................................................150
Passive Near Field Communication Device ................................................150
Glossary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 151
Index - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 153
Preface
This wireless device is approved for use on EGSM 900 MHz, GSM 850/1800/
1900 MHz, and WCDMA Bands I, II, V, and VI. Contact your service provider for more
information about networks.
To use a device, you must have service from a wireless service provider. Some
features are not available on all networks; other features may require that you make
specific arrangements with your service provider to use them. Network services
involve transmission of data. Check with your service provider for details about fees
in your home network and when roaming on other networks. Your service provider
can explain what charges will apply.
Your service provider may have requested that certain features be disabled or not
activated in your device. If so, these features will not appear on your device menu.
Your device may also have customized items, such as menu names, menu order, and
icons.
To use any features in this device other than the alarm clock, the device must be
switched on.
When using the features in this device, obey all laws and respect all local customs,
privacy, and the legitimate rights of others, including copyrights.
Copyright protection may prevent some images, music, and other content from being
copied, modified, or transferred.
Content owners may use different types of digital rights management (DRM)
technologies to protect their intellectual property, including copyrights. This device
uses various types of DRM software to access DRM-protected content. With this
device, you can access content protected with WMDRM 10 and OMA DRM 2.0. If
certain DRM software fails to protect the content, content owners may ask that its
access to new DRM-protected content be revoked. Revocation may also prevent
renewal of the relevant DRM-protected content already in your device. Revocation of
DRM software does not affect the use of content protected by other types of DRM or
the use of non-DRM-protected content.
Remember to make backup copies or keep a written record of all important
information stored in your device.
Preface
Conventions used in this guide
WARNING: Indicates important information relating to safety.
IMPORTANT: Indicates important information not relating to safety.
NOTE: Indicates a point to be aware of when using your Vertu phone.
TIP: Represents useful information, such as a quick way to access a
feature.
Menu
Represents text that appears on your Vertu phone’s display, for
example, “From the Home screen, select Menu.”
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Reproduction, transfer, distribution, or storage of part or all of the contents in this
document in any form without the prior written permission of Vertu is prohibited. Vertu
operates a policy of continuous development. Vertu reserves the right to make
changes and improvements to any of the products described in this document
without prior notice.
Under no circumstances shall Vertu be responsible for any loss of data or income or
any special, incidental, consequential, or indirect damages howsoever caused.
The contents of this document are provided as is. Except as required by applicable
law, no warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied, including, but not limited
to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are
made with respect to the accuracy, reliability, or contents of this document. Vertu
reserves the right to revise this document or withdraw it at any time without prior
notice. The availability of particular products may vary by region. Please check with
Vertu Concierge.
Vertu and the V logo are trademarks or registered trademarks. Other product and
company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or registered trademarks of
their respective owners.
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Health and safety
Health and safety
WARNING: Read the following simple guidelines. Not following them may
be dangerous or illegal.
General
• Do not attempt to dismantle the phone or any of its accessories. Only qualified
service personnel should repair your Vertu phone and its accessories.
• Do not touch the phone, battery, or wall charger with wet hands.
• Keep your Vertu phone and all parts and accessories out of the reach of small
children and pets. The SIM card and other small parts cause a choking hazard.
• Use only batteries and accessories approved by Vertu for use with this particular
model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty, and
may be dangerous. In particular, use of unapproved chargers or batteries may
pose a risk of fire, explosion, leakage, or other hazard. For availability of approved
accessories, please check with your dealer.
• The bundled battery and wall charger are only for use with your Vertu phone.
Do not use this battery or charger with any other device.
• Before connecting your Vertu phone to another device, read the supporting
documentation to confirm that the other device is compatible.
Operating environment
• Observe all local safety regulations regarding the use of cell phones while driving.
• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call.
• Do not stop on the shoulder of a freeway to answer or make a call, except in an
emergency.
• If using an integrated handsfree device, make sure the phone is securely placed in
its holder.
• Do not place the phone on the passenger seat or where it can break loose during
a collision or sudden stop.
• Only qualified personnel should install the device in a vehicle. Faulty installation or
service may be dangerous. For more information, consult your vehicle
manufacturer or representative.
• Vehicle air bags inflate 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.
• Switch off your Vertu phone when refueling.
• Do not handle your Vertu phone when operating machinery.
• Switch your Vertu phone off if you are entering a hospital or health-care facility.
Medical equipment may be affected by phone use.
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• Switch your Vertu phone off when travelling on an aircraft. The phone signal may
interfere with systems in the aircraft. You are legally bound to comply with this
recommendation.
• Switch your Vertu phone off in any facility where posted notices prohibit phone use.
Always follow building regulations governing phone use.
• Switch your Vertu phone off when blasting is in progress, and observe all provided
guidelines and regulations.
• Switch your Vertu phone off in areas with potentially explosive atmospheres, such
as fuel storage areas and spray paint facilities.
• Keep your Vertu phone away from fuel and chemicals.
Electronic devices
• If you wear a pacemaker, or are in the company of someone who does, you should
be aware that there is a small risk of cell phone use interfering with the operation of
the pacemaker. You should contact your doctor or the manufacturer of the
pacemaker for more information. If you have any reason to suspect that
interference is taking place, switch off your phone immediately.
• Persons with pacemakers should keep the phone more than 6 inches (15 cm) from
the pacemaker when the phone is on.
• Persons with pacemakers should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
• Persons with pacemakers should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize
the risk of interference.
• Mobile phone use may interfere with some hearing aids. If this happens, you
should contact your service provider or doctor for further information.
• Mobile phone use may interfere with the functionality of inadequately shielded
medical devices. Consult a physician or the device manufacturer to ensure safe
procedures are used.
• Mobile phone use may interfere with the functionality of any inadequately shielded
electronic system in a motor vehicle. Examples include air bags and fuel injection
systems. You should contact the manufacturer of the vehicle or system to ensure
that the system is properly shielded.
• Note that excessive sound pressure from earphones and headphones can cause
hearing loss. Consequently before you use any device with earphones and
headphones you should make sure that the volume levels are adjusted to a
comfortable level.
Health and safety
Battery safety
• Stop using the battery if you detect any abnormalities, such as odor, discoloration,
or heat during use, charging, or storage.
• Do not use your Vertu phone with a damaged battery.
• Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can occur when a metallic
object causes a direct connection between the + and - terminals of the battery.
• Do not touch the battery terminals.
• Do not leave the battery in areas of extreme cold or heat.
• Do not store your Vertu phone in, or near, direct heat sources such as radiators.
This could cause the battery to overheat and explode.
• Never soak the battery in water or any other liquid.
• Never attempt to open the battery. The battery contains substances that may be
harmful if swallowed or allowed to come into contact with unprotected skin.
• In the unlikely event of a battery leak, be careful to keep the battery fluid away from
your eyes and skin. If the fluid does come into contact with eyes or skin, flush
thoroughly with clean water and consult a doctor.
• Do not dispose of the battery in a fire.
• Do not dispose off the battery in a regular waste container. The battery contains
toxic chemicals and must be disposed off appropriately. Contact your local
authorities for more information.
Wall charger safety
• Do not use a damaged or worn charger. The use of a damaged or worn charger
could result in electric shock, burns, or fire.
• Do not bend or twist the cable of the charger.
• Do not pull on the connected data cable to remove the charger plug from a socket.
Grasp the plug directly when unplugging the charger to avoid damaging the cable.
• Do not touch the pins of the plug when connecting or disconnecting it from a power
source.
• Never charge your Vertu phone when the connection point is damp or wet.
• Chargers must only be used in dry conditions. They should never be used when
damp or wet.
• Do not place heavy objects on the charger.
• When the charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source.
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Taking care of your phone
Your Vertu products have been crafted from some of the finest materials, and care
should be taken to keep them in good condition. Damage caused to your Vertu phone
by failing to observe these care instructions is not covered by the warranty.
• Only use a soft, clean cloth to clean your Vertu phone. Do not use chemicals,
detergents, abrasive substances, or any liquids. Use a cotton swab to clean the
camera lens.
General
Battery
• Always use your Vertu phone in the intended manner. Incorrect use may affect
performance.
• To avoid permanent damage to your Vertu phone, use only Vertu-approved
batteries and accessories.
• The bundled battery and wall charger are only for use with your Vertu phone.
Do not use this battery or charger with any other device. This could cause
permanent damage to the device, battery, or charger.
• Use only batteries and accessories approved by Vertu for use with this particular
model.
• Before connecting your Vertu phone to another device, read the supporting
documentation to confirm that the other device is compatible.
• Keep your Vertu phone and all parts and accessories out of the reach of small
children and pets.
• Do not allow your Vertu phone, battery, or accessories to come into contact with
liquids or moisture. If your Vertu handset accidentally gets wet, dry it completely
with a soft, absorbent cloth before removing the back cover. Remove the battery
and leave all parts to dry naturally. Do not apply heat.
• Do not use or store your Vertu phone in dusty or dirty locations.
• Do not use or store your Vertu phone in hot or cold areas.
• Do not open your Vertu phone unless absolutely necessary. Before replacing the
back cover, ensure that the interior of the phone and the back cover seals are dry,
clean, and free of any foreign objects.
• Do not mishandle or abuse your Vertu phone.
• Do not apply paint or similar substances to your Vertu phone.
• Interference may affect the performance of your Vertu phone. This is normal and
the phone should operate normally once you move away from the source of the
interference.
• If your Vertu phone or any of the accessories are not working as they should,
please consult your dealer. They can provide you with the expert assistance you
require.
• Do not attempt to disassemble your Vertu phone. Only Vertu-authorized personnel
should service the phone.
• Do not leave the battery connected to the charger and power source for longer than
necessary. This will result in repeated short charging, which will reduce battery
performance and life span. Disconnect the charger when the battery is full.
• Do not leave the battery in areas of extreme cold or heat. This could affect the
performance and lifetime of the battery. A device with a hot or cold battery may not
work temporarily. The battery's optimum performance is in an ambient temperature
between +59°F (+15°C) and +77°F (+25°C).
• Only remove the battery with the phone switched off.
Taking care of your phone
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Ceramics and sapphire
Ceramics and sapphire are very hard materials, but are also brittle and can be
scratched by harder materials or objects. They can also be damaged if dropped.
• Avoid contact between your Vertu phone and hard materials, such as diamond
jewelry, nail files, abrasives, and mineral crystals.
• Do not drop or knock your Vertu phone on hard surfaces.
• Avoid repeated rubbing of your Vertu phone against hard surfaces.
Leather
All Vertu leather products are made by expert craftsmen. Each leather hide is unique
and has natural markings that should be considered part of the individuality of fine
leather. All leather can be damaged and should be treated with care.
• Avoid exposing your Vertu phone to water and high humidity.
• Avoid dropping, knocking, or rubbing your Vertu phone against hard surfaces.
• Do not expose your Vertu phone to extreme temperatures.
• Avoid contact between your Vertu phone and oily substances, makeup, or solvents.
Taking care of your phone
Metal
Vertu metals are finished to a high standard and care needs to be taken to maintain
their appearance.
• Avoid contact between your Vertu phone and chemicals such as solvents, alkaline
and acid solutions, cola-based drinks, and salt water. If contact occurs, wipe with a
clean, soft cloth as soon as possible.
• Avoid contact between your Vertu phone and sharp objects.
• Avoid dropping or knocking your Vertu phone on hard surfaces.
• Do not use metal polishes on your Vertu phone.
Hallmarks
If you own a gold Vertu phone, the hallmarks are stamped on your phone to
authenticate the precious metal used. Precious metal is tested to ensure that the
purity of the alloy conforms to the exacting standards of the European Convention
mark used under the jurisdiction of the Swiss Assay Office.
The hallmark is made up of several stamps, each of which have an individual
meaning. The stamp is located adjacent to the Vertu logo on the back cover of your
phone.
The assay stamp is made up of five marks as follows:
• Serial number.
• Vertu brand mark.
• Common control mark denoting the European Convention mark - 750 (18 carat
gold) in scales.
• Fineness (purity) mark - AU750, (18 carat gold).
• St. Bernard dog’s head - the Swiss Assay mark.
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Introducing your Vertu phone
Introducing your Vertu phone
• A Notification area displays information about recent messages, emails, and
missed calls.
• Quick access to the Vertu City Brief feature allows you to quickly find information
about your home or other city.
• The Concierge button gives you access to the Concierge service and technical
support. Both services are available by voice or email. Use Concierge services for
all your lifestyle needs, and contact Technical Support for any technical issues
concerning your phone.
• News feeds and Vertu Select feeds are displayed on the home screen, keeping
you up to date with the latest news and developments.
• Assisted GPS (A-GPS) along with global maps and navigation software makes it
easy for you to find your way to unfamiliar locations.
• This Vertu phone includes a 5-megapixel camera with autofocus, a media player,
and FM radio.
• 40-GB (8+32) memory is available to store your personal data, including photos
and music.
Access codes
Your new Vertu phone is a feature-rich smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard plus a
high-resolution, VGA, 640 x 480 pixel screen. The phone includes a desktop-like
email client, a highly functional Web browser, and the ability to multitask. Such
flexibility makes it an ideal business tool as well as a phone that is highly capable for
managing your personal activities.
• The feature-rich clock automatically displays your local time and, when you travel,
both your local time at home and the time in your current time zone.
• The network time function automatically maintains accurate time.
• The analog clock displays appointments and alarms, helping you with time
management at a glance.
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For further assistance with access codes and security, refer to “Security Settings” on
page 32 or contact Vertu Technical Support for help.
• Personal identification number (PIN) code — This code protects your SIM card
against unauthorized use. The PIN code (4–8 digits) is usually supplied with the
SIM card. After three consecutive incorrect PIN code entries, the code is blocked
and you need the PUK code to unblock it.
• UPIN code — This code may be supplied with the USIM card. The USIM card is
an enhanced version of the SIM card and is supported by 3G mobile phones.
• PIN2 code — This code (4–8 digits) is supplied with some SIM cards and is
required to access some functions in your device.
• Lock code (also known as security code) — The lock code helps you protect your
device against unauthorized use. The preset code is 12345. You can create and
change the code and set the device to request the code. Keep the new code
secret and in a safe place separate from your device. If you forget the code and
your device is locked, you should contact Technical Support. Additional charges
may apply, and all the personal data in your device may be deleted. For more
information, contact Vertu.
Introducing your Vertu phone
• Personal unblocking key (PUK) code and PUK2 code — These codes (8 digits)
are required to change a blocked PIN code or PIN2 code, respectively. If the
codes are not supplied with the SIM card, contact the network service provider
whose SIM card is in your device.
• UPUK code — This code (8 digits) is required to change a blocked UPIN code. If
the code is not supplied with the USIM card, contact the network service provider
whose USIM card is in your device.
IMEI number
International mobile equipment identity (IMEI) number — This number (15 or 17
digits) is used to identify valid devices on the GSM network. Phones that are stolen
or lost can be blocked from accessing the network. The IMEI number for your phone
is found in the battery compartment under the battery.
The serial number for your phone is stamped on the battery cover.
Getting help and support
To find out more about using your phone, or if you are unsure how your phone should
function, there are a number of ways you can get help.
• Contact Technical Support. You can call or email Vertu Technical Support using
the Concierge key.
• Contact Vertu Concierge, there to assist you with any issue. Concierge offers
personal and sophisticated Help facilities by phone as well as email.
• Use the In-device Help or this user guide.
• Setup wizards available on the phone in Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Sett. wizard help
you with registration and email installations.
If you cannot resolve an issue, do one of the following:
• Restart the device: switch off the device and remove the battery. After about a
minute, replace the battery, and switch on the phone.
• Restore the original factory settings.
• Update your device software. (See “Update software” on page 138.)
If your issue remains unresolved, contact Vertu Concierge or your Vertu dealer.
Before returning your device back for any reason, always back up your data.
In-device Help
Your Vertu phone contains an internal Help system to assist you with using the phone.
1. Most functions have contextual Help available in Options > Help. This provides
the quickest way to get immediate assistance.
2. You can also access the complete Help function by selecting Menu > Help >
Help. This Help contains a search function, which is accessed using Options >
Search.
3. To change the size of the Help text, select Options > Increase font size or
Decrease font size.
4. You may find links to related topics at the end of the Help text. If you select an
underlined word, a short explanation is displayed. Help texts use the following
indicators:
Link to a related Help topic.
Link to the application being discussed.
To switch between Help texts and an application open in the background, select
Options > Show open apps. and the desired application appears.
SD Card
A removable SD card is normally pre-installed in your Vertu phone. It contains the
Reference Manual in PDF format in supported languages as well as additional
software.
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Getting started
Vertu package contents
Getting started
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
Vertu Constellation Quest phone RM-582V
Battery: BP-4LV (Li-ion)
Micro USB wall charger (multi-region) - AC31
V Collection wired stereo headset
AV cable – CA-163V
Polishing cloth
Micro USB – USB data cables (one each for data connection and charger) –
CA101-V
32-GB memory card
The package contents may vary slightly according to regional regulations.
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Vertu phone layout - front
Getting started
Vertu phone layout – back
Vertu phone – left and right views
Top view
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Getting started
Setting up your phone
Keys
Label No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
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Keys
Microphone
Call key
Menu
Calendar
Left Select key
Home key
Earpiece
My Key
Right Select key
Contacts
Email
End key
Middle Select key
Scroll keys (four way)
QWERTY keyboard
Camera
D-ring release for back cover
Secondary microphone
Flash/Flashlight
Loudspeaker
Vertu Concierge key
USB port
Volume increase
Volume decrease
Strap attachment point
Keypad lock
3.5-mm audio socket
Power key
Inserting the SIM card and battery
WARNING: Always switch the phone off and disconnect the charger before
touching the battery.
WARNING: Keep the SIM card out of the reach of small children.
IMPORTANT: The SIM card and its contacts are easily damaged. Be
careful when handling, inserting, or removing the SIM card.
Removing the back cover
With the back of the Vertu phone facing you, lift the D-ring with your fingernail.
Hold the D-ring between your thumb and forefinger and turn it counterclockwise a
quarter of a turn until the cover pops open.
Gently lift off the back cover as shown.
Getting started
Inserting the SIM card
Slide the SIM card holder back into the body of the phone until it is fully inserted.
IMPORTANT: Always switch the phone off before inserting or removing the
USIM/SIM card.
Slide the SIM card tray backwards.
Inserting the memory card
Insert the SIM card into the SIM card tray, making sure that the beveled corner is
located at the bottom right and the gold contact area is facing upwards.
IMPORTANT: Always switch the phone off before inserting or removing a
memory card.
Insert the memory card into the slot just above the SIM card tray, making sure that the
gold contacts are facing downwards. Avoid touching the contacts of the memory card.
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Push the card completely so that it locks into position. To retrieve the memory card,
push the card further into the slot; it will then unlock and slide out to make it easy to
remove.
Inserting the battery
NOTE: Ensure that the SIM and memory card are positioned correctly
before replacing the battery.
Locate the battery with the three terminals facing downwards. Position the battery so
that the battery contacts align with the contacts present in the phone compartment,
then place the battery into the housing.
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Replacing the back cover
Place the two tangs at the base of the back cover in their corresponding slots in the
body of the phone.
Lower the back cover into position and press gently until it clicks into place. The cover
should close tightly using only light pressure.
Getting started
Switching on your Vertu phone
Locking and unlocking the keypad
Press and hold the Power key (shown below) to switch on your Vertu phone.
You can lock the keypad on your Vertu phone to prevent operating them accidentally.
The keypad lock (shown above) slides to lock the keypad. Slide it again to free the
keypad lock.
When the keypad is locked, a key icon
appears. When you receive an incoming
call, the keypad lock is automatically released. When the call is ended, the keypad
relocks.
Keypad lock
Power key
TIP: You can also lock the keypad by pressing the Left Select key, followed
by the Right Select key.
Automatic keyguard
The battery may need charging when you first receive your Vertu phone. Use the
micro USB cable to connect to the charger or PC to charge the phone.
A list of options appears when you press the Power key:
Options
Switch off
Lock keypad
General
Silent
Meeting
Outdoor
Pager
Offline
Description
Switches off the phone
Locks the keypad
Activates the General profile
Activates the Silent profile
Activates the Meeting profile is activated
Activates the Meeting profile is activated
Activates the Meeting profile is activated
Puts the phone in offline mode (in this mode, you are
no longer connected to the network)
Lock phone
Locks the phone
Activate power saving Switches to power saving mode
Set the keyguard to automatically lock the keypad when the phone has not been used
for a set time period.
To set up automatic keyguard:
1. On the home screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Security > Phone and SIM card > Keypad Autolock Period.
2. Press the Middle Select key and either enter a time in minutes for the autolock
period or select None if you do not want to use this feature.
For more information on phone security, refer to “Security Settings” on page 32.
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Getting started
Home key
My Key
The Home key is located at the top left of your phone. A single press of the Home key
brings you back to the Home screen from anywhere.
The Home key flashes in a number of different ways depending on the status of your
phone.
My Key is a user configurable key that you can set up to provide quick access to up
to four applications of your choice.
My Key is located on the top right side of your phone.
To set up My Key:
1. If you are setting up My Key for the first time, pressing My Key displays four fields
where you can select an application to be added for each field.
2. Press the Middle Select key for an application location, select an application from
the list, then press OK.
Indicator
White pulsing light
Green pulsing light
Solid green
Red flashing light
Blue flashing light
Explanation
Phone is on but inactive
Battery is charging
Battery fully charged
Battery is low and needs recharging
An event has occurred, such as a new message, missed call,
or email
Red double flashing Voice call is on mute
3. It is possible to select None for any of the four choices, or simply make only one
active.
To select an application using My Key:
1. Press My Key, and the drop-down menu appears.
2. Use the Up and Down scroll keys to move between the icons, and press the
Middle Select key to open the desired application.
To access the My Key function, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Personalization > My Key.
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Getting started
Dedicated keys
QWERTY keyboard
The Menu, Calendar, Contacts, and Email keys are the default dedicated keys.
These dedicated keys give you quick access to certain applications and tasks. Each
key has been assigned to an application or a task. The keys respond differently to a
short or long press.
The default settings for dedicated keys are shown below:
Your Vertu phone uses a QWERTY keyboard. You can change the software
language. Refer to Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Personalization >
Language, then select Phone language and Writing language.
Dedicated
keys
Key number
(see Page 14)
3
Short press
opens
Menu
Long press opens
Open applications
4
Calendar
New meeting
10
Contacts
New contact
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Email
New email
Certain keys are user configurable.
To configure a key, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Personalization > One-touch key.
Select keys
The Left Select and Right Select keys allow you to choose the options shown at the
bottom of the display, directly above each Select key.
Volume keys
You can increase or decrease the Volume by pressing the volume keys on the right
side of your phone. See keys below, + (volume high) and - (volume low).
Writing text with the keyboard
• To insert punctuation marks, press the corresponding key or a combination of keys.
• To switch between the different character cases, press the Shift key
.
• To insert digits or characters printed at the top of keys, press and hold the
corresponding key, or press and hold the Function key
, then press the
corresponding key.
• To lock the keyboard in Numbers mode, press the Function key twice.
• To delete a character, press the Backspace key
.
• To delete several characters, press and hold the Backspace key.
• To insert characters and symbols that are not shown on the keyboard, press the
Sym key, which displays two screens with special characters
• To copy text, press and hold the Shift key, then scroll to highlight the word, phrase,
or line of text you want to copy. Press Ctrl + C. To insert the text into a document,
move to the position in the document you want, then press Ctrl + V.
• To change the writing language, press Shift + Sym, or, alternatively, when using
the keyboard to write text, select Options > Input options > Writing language,
then choose a language from the options.
• To activate predictive text input, select Options > Input options > Activate
prediction.
To set up settings for auto-completing words, text correction level, and number
matches, select Options > Input options > Settings.
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Status bar icons
Battery is charging, but the battery state is low.
Top status bar
Battery is charging and is now full. The charger can be disconnected.
Displays signals, data connectivity, and battery status icons along with the date.
Signal indicator icons
Power saver mode active. (Press the Power key and select Activate
power saving).
Indicator
Explanation
Four-level signal indicator, currently showing the signal at full strength.
Signal strength adequate, at half strength.
Signal strength is low
Displays when there is no signal, the phone is operating in offline mode,
or no SIM is present in the phone.
Data connectivity icons
Indicator
Explanation
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) is part of the GSM cell phone
standard.
EGPRS data connection available. Enhanced GPRS. EGPRS is similar
to GPRS, but it enables faster connection.
3G data connection is available. 3rd generation mobile
communications is a digital system for mobile communications that
provides increased bandwidth.
HSDPA data communication is available. HSDPA (High-Speed
Downlink Packet Access) is an enhanced version of 3G.
3G data communication is active.
3G data communication is suspended.
3G data communication is not available.
Battery indicator icons
Indicator
Explanation
Battery is fully charged.
Battery is low.
Critical state where battery is about to run out. The red symbol displays
without bars.
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Lower status bar icons
A variety of icons appear in the lower status bar. Each icon displays when a certain
state is active; some examples are shown in the table below.
Icons
Explanation
New email notification.
New message.
Message is in outbox.
Missed calls.
Keypad locked.
Bluetooth is enabled.
USB connection is active.
One or more alarms are set.
Accurate time server is not available.
WLAN connection available.
WLAN connection active.
WLAN secure connection active.
Getting started
Commands and audible indicators
Setting up voice commands
This section describes useful commands and indicators that add flexibility to your
phone.
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Phone > Voice comm.
Voice comms. displays all the functions you can access with voice commands. Voice
comms. also allows you to set the voice command you want to use for each function,
or you can accept the default command prompted by the system.
Turn to silence calls or alarms
When the sensors in your device are activated, you can silence incoming calls or
snooze alarms by turning your phone face down.
To define the turning options, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings and General >
Sensors > Turning control.
Audible indicators
Flashlight
Your Vertu phone can be set to generate an audible signal when a particular event
occurs. For example, when an email arrives at your phone, you can select a specific
tune or set a generated voice alert. You can also set the phone to silent for specific
events. This function is set using Audio Themes.
The camera flash can be used as a flashlight. To switch the flashlight on or off, on the
Home screen, press and hold the space bar.
It is useful when you are using a headset and cannot view your Vertu phone.
WARNING: Do not point the flashlight at anyone's eye.
Accessing a phone feature using a voice command
Using voice recognition, your Vertu phone can dial contacts and access phone
features when you use voice commands.
For information on setting up voice alerts, refer to Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Themes >
Audio themes.
If you select voice alert, enter the text that will be read out by your phone or accept
the default text.
To initiate a voice command:
1. From the home screen, press and hold the Right Select key until you hear a tone
2. Say the voice command.
TIP: If you have a headset connected, press and hold the headset button
until you hear a tone.
You can access the following features on your Vertu phone by saying them as voice
commands:
• Individual contacts – say the name.
• General, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor profiles, and so forth.
• Voice recorder (see Voice recorder in Menu > Media > Recorder).
• Messaging functions, including Messaging, new emails, read emails, and so forth.
• Organizer functions, including Calculator, Calendar, and Clock
• Call voice mailbox, but note you can only call mailboxes if the function is
supported by your service provider.
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Setting up your phone
Vertu Startup Wizard
Setting up your phone
Setting up your phone for the first time
When your Vertu phone is switched on for the first time, the first item displayed is
Registration. The phone then takes you through the terms and conditions and Startup
wizard. This wizard is designed to help you input the necessary settings as quickly
and simply as possible.
When the Startup wizard has completed successfully, the email setup wizard
immediately follows, allowing you to set up your first email account.
When your Vertu phone is switched on for the first time, you are taken through a few
simple steps to set up your phone. Prior to setup, you must insert a valid SIM card into
your Constellation Quest and be in a location with cellular data connectivity.
You will first be asked to accept the terms and conditions. This will automatically
enable the phone to use the core features of your Constellation Quest.
You will then be asked to register the product, which is essential for enabling the
extensive free services offered on your Constellation Quest. If you are already a
registered customer, you must enter your user name and password. If not,
registration is quick, as all you have to do is enter a few details. To complete the
registration process, you must enter the serial number of your Constellation Quest,
which can be found on the battery cover at the back of the phone.
NOTE: If there is no SIM card in the phone on boot up, the system
automatically sets the default date and time, and the Setup wizard does not
run. Once you have inserted your SIM card, the Setup wizard runs.
IMPORTANT: When you are setting up your phone for the first time, make
sure that you are in range of your service provider so that the system can
configure the phone correctly. If a connection is not available, full
registration cannot take place.
Serial Number
This chapter also describes Switch, which is an application to help you copy content,
such as phone numbers, addresses, calendar items, and images, from a compatible
phone to your new Vertu phone.
Registering your Vertu phone
Vertu aims to provide you with the very best service possible. To enable us to do this,
please register your Vertu phone.
Normally your phone will be registered during the setup process using the Vertu
Setup wizard, but there are alternative ways to register your phone:
• Call Vertu Concierge using the dedicated key on your phone.
• Register at the www.vertu.me website.
Selecting City Brief or Vertu Select will launch the registration process if the system
detects that your phone has not yet been registered.
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The Email wizard is now launched so you can configure the email accounts you want
to use on the phone.
If you want to reapply any settings, just run the Sett. wizard located in Menu > Ctrl.
Panel.
Setting up your email accounts
Once the registration process is complete, your email accounts are normally set up
using the Email setup wizard. However, if you do not want to set up your email
accounts at this time, you can do it later. The Email setup wizard appears in the
Information area of the Home screen if no email account is set up during startup.
The wizard helps you set up your Vertu.Me account, corporate email account, or
personal accounts. You can have up to five personal accounts. When setting up an
account, you must enter your user name and password.
Setting up your phone
You can choose to synchronize your contacts, calendar, and tasks on your phone with
either your corporate account or with your Vertu.me account.
Refer to the Email section for more information.
If you skip the wizard process, you can manually open the wizard later. On the Home
screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Sett. wizard.
Switch
Transfer content
You can use the Switch application to copy content, such as phone numbers,
addresses, calendar items, and images, from your previous phone to your present
Vertu phone, provided the two phones are compatible.
The type of content you can transfer depends on the model of the phone from which
you want to transfer content. If that phone supports synchronization, you can
synchronize data between the devices. Your device notifies you if the other phone is
not compatible.
If the other phone cannot be switched on without a SIM card, you must insert a SIM
card into it. When your phone is switched on without a SIM card, the Offline profile is
automatically activated, and transfer can take place.
Transfer content for the first time
1. To retrieve data from the other phone for the first time, on your phone, select
Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Switch.
2. Select the connection type you want to use to transfer the data. Both devices
must support the selected connection type.
3. If you select Bluetooth connectivity as the connection type, connect the two
phones. To have your phone search for phones with Bluetooth connectivity,
select Continue. Select the phone from which you want to transfer content. You
are asked to enter a code on your phone. Enter a code (1 to 16 digits), then select
OK. Enter the same code on the other phone, then select OK. The phones are
now paired.
Some earlier phones may not have the Switch application. In this case, the
Switch application is sent to the other phone as a message. To install Switch on
the other phone, open the message, and follow the instructions on the screen.
4. On your phone, select the content you want to transfer from the other phone.
Once the transfer has started, you can cancel it and continue later.
Content is transferred from the memory of the other phone to the corresponding
location in your phone. The transfer time depends on the amount of data to be
transferred.
Synchronize, retrieve, or send content
Once data has been transferred for the first time, you can select one of the following
options to start a subsequent transfer. The process depends on the model.
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Switch.
•
Synchronize data in a two-way process, provided the other phone supports
synchronization. If an item is deleted in one phone, it is deleted in both. You cannot
restore deleted items with synchronization.
•
Retrieve content from the other phone.
With retrieval, content is transferred from the other phone to your phone. You may
be asked to keep or delete the original content in the other phone, depending on
the phone model.
•
Send content from your phone to your other phone
If you cannot send an item, depending on the type of the other phone, you can add
the item to the Vertu folder, to C:\Vertu or E:\Vertu in your phone. When you select
the folder to transfer, the items are synchronized in the corresponding folder in the
other phone, and vice versa.
Use shortcuts to repeat a transfer
After a data transfer, you can save a shortcut with the transfer settings to the main
view to repeat the same transfer later.
To edit the shortcut, select Options > Shortcut settings. For example, you can
create or change the name of the shortcut.
A transfer log is shown after every transfer. To view the log of the last transfer, select
a shortcut in the main view and Options > View log.
Handle transfer conflicts
If an item to be transferred has been edited in both phones, the phone attempts to
merge the changes automatically. If this is not possible, there is a transfer conflict.
Select Check one by one, Priority to this phone, or Priority to the other phone
to solve the conflict.
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Home Screen and Clock
Information area
Home screen and clock
Home screen
The Home screen displays a clock, an information area, a dynamic zone, and Web
feeds in the Notification zone.
Icons and indicators appear in the status bars, providing information about the status
of your Vertu phone.
Use the scroll keys to move the focus around the Home screen.
Press the Middle Select key when the focus is on a feature you want to open.
The Home screen contains the following areas:
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The following three items are displayed in the Information Area, when the phone is
first started:
• The Set up email wizard displays when the phone is first started.
• WLAN scan off is displayed. This function provides access to the WLAN
application, which allows you to search for WLAN networks.
• Calendar displays with the message “No appointments” when your phone is first
set up.
If you have set up at least two email accounts, the top two information areas display
notifications from the accounts.
The information area below displays calendar appointments. The time of the next
appointment is shown.
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3
4
5
6
1. Top status bar
2. Information area
3. Clock
4. Dynamic Information area
5. Notification zone
6. Lower status bar
The status bar icons are described in the chapter “Getting Started.”
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Setting up the Information area on the home screen
There are a number of applications that can be displayed in the Information area. You
can choose which applications you would like to display as follows:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Personalization > Standby
mode > Mode settings > Home screen applications.
2. Select the options that you want displayed on the screen. Note that there are 13
items or more that can be selected, and the system prioritizes the items that are
displayed following the hierarchy shown in the Home screen applications
menu. Thus, you may select an item, but it will only be displayed when its priority
becomes high enough. You may, therefore, need to deselect items to ensure that
an item is displayed.
3. Note that this function controls the display of media feeds and message alerts as
well.
Home Screen and Clock
Clock
To change the clock time and set alarms on the home screen
The clock has the following features:
• Displays time and date in either analog or digital format.
• Displays alarms set for the next 12 hours (analogue display only).
• Displays free and busy periods taken from the Calendar, around the clock bezel
(analog display only)
• Uses the automatic time feature to keep accurate time.
• Displays the local time or, if you are roaming, displays both the local time and the
time in your home location.
To access the clock, scroll to the left or right to highlight the clock, then press the
Middle Select key.
The Clock application appears with emphasis on the current Time.
Use the Left and Right scroll keys to display one of the three options: Time, Alarms,
and World clock.
WARNING: The date and time are normally set by the automatic time
feature and should not be tampered with.
Analog Clock, showing local time and home time (digital)
Digital Clock showing local time in the large digits and home time in small digits.
To change the date and time settings from the main menu
Clock, date, and time settings are accessed as follows.
From the Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Date and time, or
Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Clock > Options > Settings.
Change the settings as necessary.
Clock – Alarms
To set an alarm:
1. With the Clock application open, in either the Time or Alarms tab, select
Options > New alarm.
2. Scroll to Alarm time:, then select the time for the alarm.
3. Scroll to Description, then change the alarm text, if desired.
4. Scroll to Repeat. By default, the alarm is set to Within 24 hrs, which means the
alarm is only valid during the next day. Press the Middle Select key and select an
alternative option, if desired; the alarm can be repeated daily, weekly, on
workdays, or not repeated.
5. Press Done to save the alarm. Set additional alarms, if desired.
6. The display shows when the next alarm is due to activate.
Any meetings or appointments set are displayed in the analog clock, as shown below.
Analog clock showing alarm at 7 o’clock.
Clock alarms and appointments
The clock, alarm and the world clock are all accessed via the clock, from the Home
screen
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Home Screen and Clock
Analog clock showing busy from 3 to 4 o'clock.
Your phone handles the location using the mobile carrier code of the current network
to obtain the current time, plus, if necessary, access to an online service for greater
accuracy.
By default, both digital and analog clocks display the home time in digital format
within the current clock zone. On returning to the home location, the clock will switch
back to the single clock, only showing a single current time.
Automatic Time settings
To reset an alarm
1. If you want to reset an alarm, click on the Options, then select Reset alarm.
Press Done when you have made your changes.
To remove an alarm
1. Highlight the alarm you want to delete.
2. Select Options > Remove alarm, then press Yes when prompted.
Set alarm ringtones
The selected alarm ringtone applies to all alarms.
1. Open the clock function.
2. Select Options > Settings > Clock alarm tone, then select an alarm in the
displayed list.
3. Press Back to exit the Settings.
World Clock and Dual Time
The Clock allows you to see timings of different locations in the world clock.
To add a specific location to your world clock, select, Clock > World clock >
Options > Add location. It gives you a list of places you can view the time for.
Selecting a particular place adds the location along with the current time at that place.
You can change the clock settings by Clock > World clock > Options > Settings.
This provides you with various options like setting the time zone, setting the home
location, date and time format, clock type, and so on.
The clock includes a dual time handling system that comes into effect when you travel
away from either:
• Your home country
• Your home time zone
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The automatic time feature keeps the phone clock accurate, and means that you do
not need to set the time or date manually at different locations (but the SIM card must
be present in the phone). When enabled, this sets the system clock to the local UTC
value, from which the necessary GMT offsets are applied automatically to present the
correct time and date.
If there is a problem with the automatic time update system, a warning icon
appears in the lower status bar to cover various situations such as:
• The current and home time and the current location are unknown so the time
cannot be updated.
• On first power-up, after agreeing to the terms and conditions, the mobile phone
network was out of reach.
• Travelling to a country with multi-time zone and where the geographic location is
unknown.
• Clock is believed to be inaccurate due to length of time since the last successful
synchronization.
The automatic time setting function can be turned on or off.
1. From the clock application > Options > Settings > Automatic time update.
Or: Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Date and time > Automatic
time update.
2. When the setting is turned On, the following applies:
• The Vertu clock automatically sets the time.
• The phone is in dual time handling mode.
NOTE: If the automatic clock is out of service,
an icon displays on the
bottom status panel notifying you that current time is inaccurate.
NOTE: On factory reset or restore you can re-set the clock options from the
Setup wizard. If you skip the wizard or do not agree with the terms and
conditions, then you must set the clock manually. However, you can still
activate the automatic update feature from the Date and time feature in the
Settings menu, as described above.
Home Screen and Clock
Dynamic Information area
Media feeds
This area shows either City Brief, Music Player, or Radio. If neither the Music
Player or Radio is active, then the City Brief link is displayed.
Media Feeds allows you to easily follow news headlines and your favorite news feeds.
Media feeds are commonly found on news sites, blogs, and wiki pages. Media feeds
are also known as RSS feeds or Web feeds and are identified on Web pages by the
RSS icon
.
Notification zone
The notification zone is dynamic and displays information about calls, messages, and
news feeds.
By default, the notification zone displays information about recent unread messages,
emails, and missed calls. News feeds are displayed when no outstanding items of
higher priority are present.
To view a notification:
1. Scroll to the box, then press the Middle Select key to open it. A box is only visible
if there are items present.
2. The example below displays three notifications; for missed calls, presence of
new messages and voice mail.
Missed call
Unread messages
NOTE: When the phone is set up for the first time, the voice mail notification
appears in the Notification zone. Media feeds will only display when
notifications for messages, missed calls, and voice mail are cleared.
Reading a media feed
1.
2.
3.
4.
Use the scroll keys to highlight the Media feeds area.
Scroll left or right through Media feeds to view the latest headlines.
Press the Middle Select key to view a list of Media Feeds items.
Select a media feed and press the Middle Select key again to view the news
feed, which can be opened in a Web page.
5. The list of news feeds also gives you an opportunity to select other news items.
Voice mail
NOTE: Alternatively, Media feeds can be opened from Menu >
Applications > Media feeds.
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Home Screen and Clock
Auto update of Media Feeds
WARNING: When using Media feeds, outside of your home network,
roaming charges may be imposed by the network operator. Such changes
can vary considerably depending on the operator.
To disable roaming, from the Media feeds panel, select Options >
Settings > Roaming behavior > Disabled.
Download media feeds
Media feeds can be downloaded from the Latest headlines panel.
1. Highlight Media feeds in the Home screenand press the Middle Select key to
take you to the Latest headlines.
2. Scroll up or down and select the media feed you want to download.
3. Press the Middle Select key and a summary of the page downloads.
4. The item can be opened directly when it is downloaded using the Middle Select
key.
5. Press Back to exit the application.
To subscribe to a media feed from the browser
1. Open the Web page, locate the RSS icon, then select it with the Middle Select
key.
2. A message, Subscribe to feed? is displayed. Then, select Yes.
3. The feed is displayed in the Media feeds panel.
To subscribe to a media feed manually
1. Highlight Media feeds in the Home screen, then press the Middle Select key
to take you to the Latest headlines.
2. Select Options > Feed list. The Media feeds panel appears.
3. Select Options > Feed subscriptions, and the Subscribe to feeds panel
appears.
4. Select Options > Add manuallyand enter the URL of the media feed.
5. Press Add. The system validates the feed and adds it to the list or displays a
warning message.
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Turn Media Feeds off in the Settings menu.
1. Highlight Media feeds in the Home screen, then press the Middle Select key to
take you to the Latest headlines.
2. Select Options > Feed list. The Media feeds panel appears.
3. Choose Options > Settings > Automatic update, and select a time interval or Off.
4. Select Back until you exit the function.
Organizing your media feeds
This function enables you to create folders and move your Web feeds into relevant
folders.
1. Highlight Media feeds in the Home screen, then press the Middle Select key to
take you to the Latest headlines.
2. Select Options > Feed list. The Media feeds panel appears.
3. To add a folder, press Options > Add folder, enter a folder name, then press OK.
4. To move an item, highlight it, then press Options > Move. Press the Middle Select
key and the system displays the possible locations for the Web feed. Select the
relevant folder and press Move when the item is moved to the relevant location.
Sorting media feeds
Media feeds can be sorted by time or name.
1. When in one of the Media Feeds panels, select Options > Sort by and select
either Name or Time.
2. The Media feeds on the panel are sorted accordingly.
Adding predefined feeds to the display
1.
2.
3.
4.
Proceed up to step 2 in Organizing your Media feedss.
Press Options > Feed subscriptions.
The Subscribe to feeds panel appears.
Scroll through the list and select items. This is a toggle function; you can select
or deselect an item with the Middle Select key. Alternatively, highlight an entry
and press Options > Subscribe or (Unsubscribe). Items within this list cannot
be deleted.
The feeds icon is grayed out when an item is de-selected.
5. Once an option has been selected, it is included in the media feeds.
6. Press Back to exit Subscribe to feeds. Save the changes when prompted. The
system may take a moment to complete your requests.
Home Screen and Clock
Deleting media feeds
Note that you cannot delete news items; you can only delete the feeds.
1. Proceed up to step 2 in Organizing your Media Feeds.
2. Highlight the item you want to delete. Press Options > Delete. Press the Middle
Select key and the items are deleted.
Media Feeds settings
1. Highlight the Media feeds in the Home screen and press the Middle Select key
to take you to the Latest headlines page.
2. Press the Options > Settings. The Settings options are shown in the table below.
Application
Calendar
Contacts
Log
Web
Messaging
Media
Memory in use
Automatic
update
Internet access
point
Roaming
behavior
Select where to store data.
Select the frequency of automatic updates, or turn off the
feature.
Set the access point for data transfer. Options includes Always
ask, so you can select the most appropriate route.
Deactivate the Media Feeds data connection when not in your
home network.
Menu
The Menu key
displays all the top-level categories within your phone. From
here, you can access all functions and applications.
Ctrl. Panel
Help
Applications
Maps
Office
Vertu
Function
Enables you to keep track of your appointments, meetings,
and special events.
Holds the information of all your contacts.
Displays information about missed, received, and dialed
calls.
Features rich Web browser
Use messaging to send and receive text, multimedia, data,
audio, and email messages.
Provides access to functions that let you work with images,
videos, music, and sound clips and listen to the radio. You
can also post your images online.
Used for setting up your phone.
Provides access to online Help for your phone.
View and manage the software packages installed on your
phone.
Use Maps to locate your position, cities, streets, and
services. You can also plan and execute driving and walking
routes.
Includes tools for handling documents, presentations, and
spreadsheets, including a text editor, calculator, conversion
program, and PDF reader, among others.
Provides access to Vertu Select, City Brief, Vertu
Concierge, Technical Support, Remote Assist, Download,
and Registration.
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Home Screen and Clock
Task viewer
Control panel
Your Vertu phone can run more than one application at a time. Open applications are
indicated with a small green and white circle at the top of the application, as shown
below.
The Control panel provides access to the functions used for setting up your Vertu
phone. They are covered in detail in this user guide in their separate chapters.
A long press on the Menu key,
displays all the Open applications. Use the
Right or Left scroll key to highlight an application. Press the Middle Select key to go
to that application. To exit the application, highlight the application with the Right or
Left scroll key and press the Delete key
on your keypad.
Open
Application
To reduce power consumption and extend battery life, it is best to quit applications
you are not using.
Applications
Connectivity
Phone
App. Mgr.
Themes
Settings
Profiles
Switch
Modes
Clock
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Function
Sets up connectivity to other devices through Bluetooth,
WLAN, USB, and so forth.
Sets up all aspects of the phone, including voice mail, speed
dialing, encryption, and synchronization.
Download, install, and manage applications.
Set up themes and wallpapers.
Sets up functions including Date & time settings,
Personalization, Telephone, Connection, and
Applications for configuring the Camera, Calendar, and
other features.
Set up profiles, such as Meeting, Silent, Outdoor, and
Pager, to suit your needs.
Transfer data (such as contacts and calendar items) from a
compatible Vertu phone, which is useful when setting up your
new Vertu phone.
Switch between business and personal modes. Use Modes
to select how you want your home screen to appear in each
mode.
Set up time and date, alarms, time zone, and home location.
Home Screen and Clock
Printers
Sett. wizard
Net settings
Set up a printer for your phone.
Access the setup wizard for registration and email setup.
Sets up VoIP services.
Setting up your personal and business preferences
You can switch between two home screen views, one for your personal use and
another for business.
To toggle between Personal and Business home screen views, select Menu > Ctrl.
Panel > Themes > General >, then select a view.
To set up your Personal and Business modes, refer to refer to “Email account
preferences” on page 67.
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Security
Phone and SIM card security
Security
PIN code
Your Vertu phone has a number of security features that help to prevent:
• Unauthorized use of your Vertu phone when your SIM card is inserted.
• Unauthorized use of your Vertu phone if a different SIM card is inserted.
• Unauthorized use of your SIM card in another phone.
Security Settings
Your phone's Security module provides the security functions. It manages four
security areas.
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Security.
Phone and SIM
card
Certificate
management
Protected content
Security module
Adjusts the security settings for your device and SIM card.
See “Phone and SIM card security” on page 32
Manages your security certificates
See “Certificate manager” on page 34
Adjusts your settings for DRM protected content
See “Protected Content: Digital Rights Management (DRM)”
on page 35
Manages your security module
See “View and edit security modules” on page 36
To prevent accidentally dialing emergency numbers, avoid using codes that are
similar to emergency numbers.
Codes are displayed as asterisks. When you change a code, enter the current code
then the new code twice.
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The PIN code protects your device from unauthorized use. The PIN code is supplied
with the SIM card.
When the PIN code security feature is active, you must enter the PIN code each time
you switch on your Vertu phone. If you previously used your SIM card in another
phone, the code is the same.
IMPORTANT: The SIM card will be blocked if you enter an incorrect PIN
code three times in a row.
If this happens, you must contact your service provider to obtain the PUK
(PIN Unblocking Key), then enter it into your phone.
The PUK cannot be changed. If you enter an incorrect PUK 10 times in a
row, your SIM card will be permanently blocked.
NOTE: The default setting for the PIN code security feature is defined by
your service provider. Some service providers do not allow you to disable
the PIN code request.
PIN code request
To activate or deactivate the PIN code security feature:
1. From the Home screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Security > Phone and SIM card > PIN code request.
2. Select On to enable the PIN code request, or Off to disable it.
3. Enter the PIN code (which must be 4 to 8 digits long), then select OK.
A confirmation message is displayed.
To change the PIN code
NOTE: To change the PIN code, the PIN code request must be set to On.
1. From the Home screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Security > Phone and SIM card > PIN code.
2. Press the Middle select, and when prompted, enter the current PIN code, then
select OK.
3. When prompted, enter the new PIN code, then select OK.
4. Enter the new PIN code again for verification, then select OK. A confirmation
message is displayed.
Security
PIN2 code
Phone autolock period
The PIN2 code is used to protect the advanced user functions of your SIM card, for
example, fixed dialing. The PIN2 code must not be the same as the PIN code.
To set a timeout after which the device is automatically locked and can be used only
if the correct Lock code is entered. When the device is locked, you can still answer
incoming calls, and calls may still be possible to the official emergency number
programmed into your device.
1. On the Home screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Security > Phone and SIM card > Phone autolock period.
2. Press the Middle select key, then enter a number for the timeout in minutes, or
select None if you do not want to use this feature.
3. Enter the Lock code when prompted.
NOTE: The PIN2 code is supplied with some SIM cards. For more
information, contact your service provider.
To change the PIN2 code:
1. From the Home screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Security > Phone and SIM card > PIN2 code
2. Press the Middle select, and when prompted, enter the current PIN2 code, then
select OK.
3. When prompted, enter the new PIN2 code, then select OK.
4. Enter the new PIN2 code again for verification, then select OK. A confirmation
message is displayed.
IMPORTANT: The PIN2-protected features of your SIM card will be
blocked if you incorrectly enter your PIN2 code a number of times, normally
after three consecutive attempts.
If this happens, you must contact your service provider to obtain the PUK2
(PIN2 Unblocking Key). Enter this into your phone to unblock the PIN2
code and restore your SIM card’s full functionality.
Keypad autolock period
This function allows you to set the keypad to lock automatically after a defined period.
1. On the Home screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Security > Phone and SIM card > Keypad autolock period.
2. Press the Middle select, then either enter a time in minutes for the autolock
period, or select None if you do not want to use this feature.
Lock code
The lock code is used to unlock the device. To avoid unauthorized use of your device,
change the lock code.
To set a new lock code for the phone autolock function:
1. On the Home screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Security > Phone and SIM card > Lock code.
2. The preset Lock code is 12345. Enter the current code and then the new code
twice. The new code can be 4 to 255 characters long. Letters and digits can be
used, and both uppercase and lowercase letters are accepted.
3. The device notifies you if the Lock code is not properly formatted.
Lock if SIM card changed
To lock the phone if you change your SIM card, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings
> General > Security > Phone and SIM card > Lock if SIM card changed.
To prevent the use of your device with an unauthorized SIM card, select Change >
Yes. The device now asks for the Lock code every time a new SIM card is inserted.
Remote phone locking
To lock your phone though your phone is not with you, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel >
Settings > General > Security > Phone and SIM card > Remote phone locking.
To enable locking of your phone with a text message, if your phone is lost or stolen
select Enabled. Write the locking message. You may need to enter the Lock code
to change this setting. To use a remotely locked device again, enter the Lock code.
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Security
Closed user group
NOTE: Closed user groups are only available if they are supported by your
service provider.
A closed user group is a network service that allows you to restrict incoming and
outgoing calls to the specific groups. Contact your service provider for more
information about using this feature.
NOTE: When outgoing calls are limited to closed user groups, calls may be
possible to the emergency numbers programmed in your Vertu phone, for
example, 000, 08, 110, 112, 118, 119, 911, and 999, or other official
emergency numbers.
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Security > Phone and SIM card
> Closed user group.
Select Default to activate the groups agreed to by your network operator, or On to
enter the index number of another group.
Confirm SIM services
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Security > Phone and SIM card
> Confirm SIM services.
To display the confirmation messages sent between the device and the network
when you use network services supported by your SIM card, select Change > Yes.
Other security measures: restricting calls
Call barring
Fixed dialing
NOTE: Fixed dialing is only available if it is supported by your service
provider.
Fixed dialing is a network service that allows you to restrict outgoing calls to the
numbers you specify in a fixed dialing list. Contact your service provider for more
information about using this feature.
Certificate manager
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Security > Certificate
management.
Digital certificates are used to verify the origins of software but do not guarantee
safety. There are a number of different certificates available:
1. Authority certificates
1. Trusted site certificates
2. Personal certificates
3. Phone certificates
During a secure connection, a server may send a server certificate to your device.
Upon receipt, it is cross-checked with an authority certificate stored in your device.
You receive notification if the identity of the server is not authentic or if you do not have
the correct certificate in your device.
You can download a certificate from a Web site or receive a certificate as a message.
Certificates should be used when you connect to an online bank or a remote server
to transfer confidential information. They should also be used if you want to reduce
the risk of viruses or other malicious software, and to check the authenticity of
software you download and install onto your device.
TIP: When you add a new certificate, check its authenticity.
NOTE: Call barring is only available if it is supported by your service
provider.
Call barring is a way of controlling calls and maintaining phone call security. Refer to
“Call barring” on page 42.
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Security
View certificate details
You can only be sure of the correct identity of a server when the signature and validity
period of a server certificate have been checked.
To view certificate details, open a certificate folder, then select a certificate and
Options > Certificate details.
One of the following notes may appear:
Certificate not
trusted
Expired
certificate
Certificate not
valid yet
Certificate
corrupted
You have not set any application to use the certificate. You may
want to change the trust settings.
The period of validity has ended for the selected certificate.
The period of validity has not yet begun for the selected
certificate.
The certificate cannot be used. Contact the certificate issuer.
Certificate trust settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Security > Certificate
management.
Trusting a certificate means that you authorize it to verify Web pages, email servers,
software packages, and other data. Only trusted certificates can be used to verify
services and software.
IMPORTANT: Even if the use of certificates makes the risks involved in remote
connections and software installation considerably smaller, they must be used
correctly in order to benefit from increased security. The existence of a
certificate does not offer any protection in itself; the certificate manager must
contain correct, authentic, or trusted certificates for increased security to be
available. Certificates have a limited lifetime. If Expired certificate or
Certificate not valid yet is displayed, even if the certificate should be valid,
check that the current date and time in your device are correct.
Before changing any certificate settings, you must make sure that you really
trust the certificate owner and that the certificate really belongs to the listed
owner.
To change the trust settings, select a certificate and Options > Trust settings. Scroll
to an application field, then press the scroll key to select Yes or No. You cannot
change the trust settings of a personal certificate.
Depending on the certificate, a list of applications that can use the certificate is
displayed.
Symbian installation
Internet
App. Installation
Online certif. check
VPN
New Symbian operating system application.
Email and graphics.
New Java application.
Online certificate status protocol.
Applicable to the VPN.
Protected Content: Digital Rights Management (DRM)
Other devices can send you media files that are protected by usage rights and for which
you need activation keys. Some activation keys contain unique IDs that allow the media
file provider to track the sending device. Some providers use this service to reward
people who distribute their media files to others who buy usage rights for the files.
Protected content allows you to choose whether providers of media objects
protected by usage rights are allowed to track transfers and transactions of the objects.
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Security > Protected
content.
2. To allow media file providers to track the files sent to you, select Yes in Track
protected object.
3. To save your setting, select Back.
Background
Content owners may use different types of digital rights management (DRM)
technologies to protect their intellectual property, including copyrights. This device
uses various types of DRM software to access DRM-protected content. With this
device, you can access content protected with WMDRM 10 and OMA DRM 2.0. If
certain DRM software fails to protect the content, content owners may ask that its
access to new DRM-protected content be revoked. Revocation may also prevent
renewal of the relevant DRM-protected content already in your device. Revocation of
DRM software does not affect the use of content protected by other types of DRM or
the use of non-DRM-protected content.
License acquisition
Allow usage reporting
Track protected object
License deletion
Options are Automatic or Confirm first
Yes or No
Yes or No
“License store is not yet full. Delete licenses anyway?”
Options are Yes or No.
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Security
View and edit security modules
Security modules usually contain security certificates and public and private keys and
improve security of network connections. Security modules also allow you to use
digital certificates.
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Security > Security module.
• To view or edit a Security module, select the module from the list.
• To view detailed information about a security module, select Options > Security
details.
• To edit the PIN codes for the security module, open the module, then select
Module PIN to edit the PIN code for the Security module or Signing PIN to edit
the PIN code for digital signatures. You may not be able to change these codes for
all security modules.
• The key store contains the contents of the security module. To delete the key
store, select Options > Delete. You may not be able to delete the key store of all
security modules.
Browser security
Security features may be required for some services, for example, online banking or
shopping. For such connections, you need security certificates and possibly a
security module, which may be available on your SIM card. For more information,
contact your service provider.
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Call functions and Call Log
To make an emergency call:
Call functions and Call Log
1. Press the Home key to return to the Home screen.
2. Enter a valid emergency number, for example, 000, 08, 110, 112, 118, 119, 911,
or 999.
Making a call
Before making a call, check that you have a good signal and the battery is charged.
Making a call from the home screen
To make a call from the Home screen:
1. Using the keypad, enter the phone number you want to call. To delete a digit,
press the backspace key.
2. Press the Call key.
3. To end the call (or to cancel the call attempt), press the End key.
Pressing the End always ends a call, even if another application is active.
WARNING: Emergency numbers vary by location and those listed above
may not be supported by your service provider.
3. Press the Send key.
NOTE: When making an emergency call, remember to give all the
necessary information as accurately as possible.
NOTE: Remember that your phone may be the only means of
communication at the scene of an accident—do not end the call until you
are sure that it is appropriate to do so.
Making a call from Contacts
If you press the Middle Select key instead of the Call key, you can make a Voice call,
Video call, or save the number to Contacts.
In addition, you can make a call in Number mode or Alpha mode. Use Number
mode for most calls, while Alpha mode is selected when alphanumeric characters
are appropriate, such as for Internet calls. This is a toggle function.
To make a call from Contacts:
1. Press the Contacts key to access your Contacts.
2. Locate the required contact by scrolling to the desired name, or enter the first
letters or characters of the name in the “Type to search" field to narrow the search.
3. Scroll to the required number, then press the Call key.
Making an emergency call
Making a call from the call logs
WARNING: Your Vertu phone, like any wireless phone, operates using
radio signals, wireless and landline networks, and user-programmed
functions. Because of this, connections under all conditions cannot be
guaranteed. Therefore, you should never rely solely on a wireless phone for
essential communications, for example, medical emergencies.
WARNING: If certain features are in use, you may need to turn them off
before you can make an emergency call. For more information, contact
your service provider.
To make a call from the call logs:
1. From the Home screen, press the Call key, and use the left and right scroll keys
to move between Missed calls, Received calls and Dialed numbers.
Alternatively, select Menu > Log and then select the call category.
2. Select Recent calls.
3. Scroll to the required name or number, then press the Call key to make the call.
4. Alternatively, press the Options key for alternative actions, such as Create
message.
WARNING: Some networks require a valid SIM card to be in the phone in
order to make emergency calls.
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Call functions and Call Log
Calling the last dialed number
Speed dialing
To call the last dialed number, press the Call key twice.
TIP: If you have a headset connected, you can call the last dialed number
by pressing the headset button twice (depending on the headset type).
Automatic redial
Occasionally, a call may not connect because your network is experiencing heavy
traffic or the party called is busy. With the automatic redial feature activated, your
Vertu phone redials the number up to 10 times, and notifies you when the network is
available.
To activate automatic redial:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings >Phone > Call> Automatic redial.
2. Select On by pressing the Middle Select key.
Making a call using voice dialing
Using voice recognition, your Vertu phone can dial contacts and access menu items
in response to your voice commands. These commands do not depend on the
speaker’s voice, so you do not need to record voice tags in advance.
TIP: Voice dialing works best for long unique names.
To make a call to a contact using voice dialing:
1. From the Home screen, press and hold the Right Select key until you hear a tone.
If you have a headset connected, press and hold the headset button until you hear
a tone.
2. Say the name of the contact you want to call.
3. Select the required contact in the displayed list. Your Vertu phone automatically
dials the number.
4. If you do not select a contact in the list within five seconds, the first option is
automatically dialed.
TIP: If the contact you want to call is not listed, select Quit to exit voice
dialing.
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Speed dialing lets you quickly dial numbers from the Home screen. You can save up
to eight numbers in your speed dial list.
Activating speed dialing
To activate speed dialing:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Speed dialing.
2. Select On by pressing the Middle Select key.
Assign a number to the speed dial list
To assign a phone number to one of the number keys (2–9):
1. Press the Contacts key.
2. Scroll to the required number, open it, then select Options > Assign speed dial.
3. Select the speed dial number to assign to the phone number. A confirmation
message is displayed.
NOTE: Speed dial number 1 is reserved for calling your voice mailbox.
Making a call using speed dialing
To make a call using Speed dialing:
From the Home screen, simply press and hold the numeric key assigned to the
required phone number.
Deleting a speed dial
To delete a speed dial:
1. Press the Contacts key.
2. Scroll to the required number, open it, then select Options > Remove speed
dial.
3. Select Yes to confirm the deletion.
Call functions and Call Log
Answering a call
Call waiting
To answer an incoming call:
You can answer a call while another call is in progress. To activate call waiting (network
service), select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Call waiting.
• To answer the waiting call, press the Call key. The first call is put on hold.
• To switch between the two calls, select Swap.
• To connect an incoming call or a call on hold with an active call and to disconnect
yourself from the calls, select Options > Transfer.
• To end the active call, press the End key.
• To end both calls, select Options > End all calls.
Press the Call key.
TIP: If you have a headset connected, you can answer an incoming call by
pressing the headset button, if present.
Automatic answer
Anykey answer
With the Anykey answer feature activated, you can answer an incoming call by
pressing any key except the Power key, selection keys, and End key.
To activate Anykey answer:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Anykey answer.
2. Select On by pressing the Middle Select key.
Silence the ringing tone of a call
To mute the ringing tone of an incoming call, select Silence.
If you do not want to answer a call, press the End key.
With the Automatic Answer feature activated, calls are automatically answered when
a handsfree accessory is connected.
To activate Automatic Answer:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > General > Enhancement.
2. Select either Headset or Wireless car kit.
3. Select Automatic answer.
4. Select On. The automatic answer icon is displayed on the Home screen.
Rejecting or ending a call
To reject or end an incoming call:
Note that if you have activated the Voice call forwarding function from Menu > Ctrl.
panel > Settings > Phone > Call forwarding > Voice calls, you also forward an
incoming call you decline.
When you select Silence to mute the ringing tone of an incoming call, you can send
a text message without rejecting the call, informing the caller that you cannot answer
the call. Select Options > Send message. To set up this option and write a standard
text message, select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Reject call
with message and complete Message text.
Press the End key.
TIP: If you have a headset connected, you can reject an incoming call by
pressing the headset button twice, if present.
Multiple calls
To end an active call and replace it by answering the waiting call, select Options >
Replace.
To end all active calls, select Options > End all calls.
Many of the options that you can use during voice calls are network services.
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Call functions and Call Log
In-call options
Adjusting volume
To adjust the volume during a call, use the Volume keys on the side of your phone.
You can also use the Left and Right scroll keys to change the volume. If you have set
the volume to Mute, select Unmute first.
Putting a call on handsfree
If you have attached a compatible headset with Bluetooth connectivity, to route the
sound to the headset, select Options > Activate handsfree. To switch back to the
handset, select Options > Activate handset.
TIP: When you have only one active voice call, to put the call on hold, press
the Call. To activate the call, press the Call key again.
Putting a call on speakerphone
To put a call on speakerphone, select Loudsp. to activate the loudspeaker.
To switch back to the handset, select Handset.
Alternatively, select Options > Activate loudspeaker / Options > Activate handset.
Menu
Putting a call on hold
To record the conversation, select Menu > Media > Recorder. All parties are recorded.
To put a call on hold, press the Send or select Options > Hold. A notification is
displayed.
To return to the call, press the Send or select Unhold.
To switch between the active call and call on hold, select Options > Swap.
Muting a call
To activate mute when on a call, either press the Concierge key or select Options >
Mute. The call mute icon is displayed
.
To unmute the call, select the Concierge key again or press Unmute.
Sending an image or a video clip
To send an image or a video clip in a multimedia message to the other party, select
Options > Send MMS, then select Media file (in UMTS networks only). You can edit
the message and change the recipient before sending. Press the Call to send the file
to a compatible device.
To send DTMF tone strings
Dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) signals are tones that can be used to access
services such as voice mailboxes and automated billing systems. To send DTMF
tone strings (for example, a password), select Options > Send DTMF. Enter the
DTMF string or search for it in Contacts. To enter a wait (w) or pause character (p),
press * repeatedly.
To send the tone, select OK. You can add DTMF tones to the phone number or DTMF
fields in a contact card.
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You can access the main menu while on a call by selecting the Menu key.
Record
Call functions and Call Log
Voice mail
Multiparty calls
Making a second call
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Phone > Call mailbox.
Any voice mail messages are flagged for your attention in the Notification area of the
Home screen. Click on the icon to access Messages. The icon displays the number
of new messages. Dial your mailbox to access the voice mails. (See “Web feeds”,
“Media feeds” and “Notification zone” ).
When you open the Voice Mail application (network service) for the first time, you are
requested to enter the number of your voice mailbox.
• To call your voice mailbox, scroll to Voice Mailbox in the Notification area on the
Home screen, then select Options > Call voice mailbox.
• To call your video mailbox, scroll to Video Mailbox in the Notification area on the
Home screen, then select Options > Call video mailbox.
• If you have configured net call settings to your device and have an Internet call
mailbox, to call the mailbox select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Phone > Call mailbox
and select Options > Call Internet call mbx.
• To call your mailbox on the home screen, press and hold 1; or press 1, then press
Call. Select the mailbox you want to call.
• To change the mailbox number, select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Phone > Call
mailbox and select Options > Change number.
• Call mailbox can be set up as an item on My Key. To do this, access Menu > Ctrl.
panel > Settings > Personalization > My Key, then select Call mail.
To make a call while already on a call:
1. Select Options > New call.
2. Enter the second number, or select Search to use a number Contacts.
3. Select Call. The first call is put on hold.
Answering or rejecting a second call
To answer an incoming call while already on a call, press the Send key or select
Answer. The first call is put on hold.
To reject an incoming call while already on a call, select Reject.
NOTE: To interact with a second call, call waiting must be active.
For information on activating call waiting, see Call waiting.
Toggling between calls
To toggle between calls, press the Send key or select Swap.
Creating a conference call
You can create a conference call when you have two calls on your Vertu phone—one
that is active and one that is on hold. By creating a conference call, the separate calls
are joined together. Each party is then able to talk with the others.
To create a conference call, select Options > Conference.
Adding a party to a conference call
To add a new party to an ongoing conference call:
1. Make a second call. Select Options > New call. The conference call is put on
hold.
2. When the second call has connected, select Options > Add to conference.
Having a private conversation with a conference call party
To have a private conversation with a conference call party, you must separate that
party from the conference call. To do this:
1. Select Options > Conference > Private call.
2. Select the party you want to have a private conversation with.
3. To cut off a participant, select Conference > Drop a participant.
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Call barring
Call settings
Call barring functions are located in Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call
barring.
You can bar specific numbers from being called or received with the phone (network
service). To change the settings, you need the barring password from your service
provider. Call barring affects all call types.
To view call settings, go to:
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call.
Select from the following:
Select from the following voice call barring settings:
• Outgoing calls — Prevent making voice calls with your phone.
• International calls — Prevent calls to foreign countries or regions.
• International calls except to home country — Prevent calls to foreign countries
or regions, but allow calls to your home country.
• Incoming calls — Prevent incoming calls.
• Incoming calls when roaming — Prevent incoming calls when outside your home
country.
To work with voice call barring:
1. In Call barring, select the barring option, then Options > Check status.
2. To activate the selected call option, Options > Activate.
3. To deactivate the selected call option, Options > Deactivate.
4. To deactivate all voice call barring, select a barring option and Options >
Deactivate all barrings.
5. To change the password used for barring voice and fax calls, select Options >
Edit barring password.
6. Enter the current code, then the new code twice. The barring password must be
four digits long. For details, contact your service provider.
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Call settings
Send my caller ID
Send my Internet
call ID
Call waiting
Description
Displays your phone number to the person you are calling.
Displays your Internet call address to the person you are calling
when making an Internet call.
Sets the device to notify you of incoming calls while you are on a
call (network service).
Internet call
Sets the device to notify you of new incoming Internet calls while
waiting
you are on a call.
Internet call alert Select On to set your device to alert you of incoming Internet calls.
If you select Off, you only receive notifications of missed calls.
Reject call with
Reject a call and send a text message to the caller.
message
Message text
Write the standard text message that is sent when you reject a
call.
Own video in
Allow or deny sending video during a video call from your device.
recvd. call
Image in video
Display a still image if video is not sent during a video call.
call
Automatic redial Set your device to make up to 10 attempts to connect the call after
an unsuccessful call attempt. To stop automatic redialling, press
the end key.
Show call
Displays the length of a call during the call.
duration
Summary after
Displays the length of a call after the call.
call
Speed dialing
Activates speed dialing.
Anykey answer
Activates anykey answer.
Call functions and Call Log
Call settings
Line in use
Line change
Contact search
Description
This setting (network service) is shown only if your SIM card
supports two subscriber numbers, that is, two phone lines. Select
which phone line you want to use for making calls and sending
text messages. You can answer calls on both lines regardless of
the selected line. If you select Line 2 and have not subscribed to
the network service, you are not able to make calls. When Line 2
is selected, it is displayed on the home screen.
Prevents line selection (network service), if supported by your
SIM card. To change this setting, you need the PIN2 code.
Activate contact search on the home screen.
Note that the available options may vary.
Call forwarding
3. Select Activate.
TIP: To view the current status of the forwarding, select Check status. The
current status is displayed. To view the number that calls are forwarded to,
select Number.
TIP: To cancel this forwarding, select Deactivate.
4. If you activated the call forwarding for the option If not answered or If not
available, select the destination of the call, and choose a time after which
forwarding should take place.
NOTE: Canceling all call forwarding may affect the ability to receive voice
mail messages.
NOTE: Your service provider may not allow you to cancel all call forwarding.
Contact your service provider for further information.
Call waiting
The call forwarding feature allows you to divert incoming calls to another phone
number or mailbox if you are not able to answer them. This ensures that you do not
miss any calls.
NOTE: Call forwarding is only available if it is supported by your service
provider.
To set up call forwarding:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call forwarding > Voice calls.
2. Select the conditions under which you would like to forward incoming calls:
• All voice calls - Forward all calls.
• If busy - Forward calls when you are already on a call.
• If not answered - Forward calls when you cannot answer them.
• If out of reach - Forward calls when your Vertu phone is switched off or out of
network coverage.
• If not available - Forward unanswered calls or forward calls when your phone
is busy or out of network coverage.
Call waiting notifies you of an incoming call while you are on another call. You can
then answer or reject the second call. For information on how to answer or reject a
second call, see Answering or rejecting a second call.
NOTE: Call waiting is only available if it is supported by your service
provider.
To set up call waiting:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Call waiting.
2. Select Activate.
TIP: To view the current call waiting status, select Check status.
TIP: To cancel call waiting, select Deactivate.
TIP: To cancel all call forwarding, select Deactivate all forwarding.
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Call duration display
This feature displays the call duration during each call.
To activate the Show call duration feature:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Show call duration.
2. Select On.
Summary after call
This feature displays the call duration after each call.
To activate the Summary after call feature:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Summary after call.
2. Select On.
Send my caller ID
This feature allows call recipients to view your phone number on their phones when
you call them.
To change the caller ID setting:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Send my caller ID.
2. Select one of the following options:
• Set by network - To use the default setting supplied by your service provider.
• Yes - To show your phone number to all call recipients.
• No - To hide your phone number from all call recipients.
Network
Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Network
Networks allows you to select the network type and selection method and indicate
when to use your phone in microcellular networks.
To select the type of network to use, select Network mode. Select the network type,
then select OK. This setting may be preset for your phone, and you may not be able
to select it.
To define how to choose between different available networks, select Operator
selection > Options > Change > Automatic or Manual.
Select Manual if you know that a network is less expensive or transmits data faster
than another.
To indicate when to use your phone in a microcellular network (MCN), select Cell
info display > Options > Change > On. The MCN indicator is only displayed in
standby mode.
Note that in a microcellular network, local calls can cost less.
To change the network settings:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Network.
2. Select one of the following options:
• Network mode - Select the type of network to use; options include Dual Mode,
UMTS (3G), and GSM.
• Operator selection - Options are Automatic or Manual.
• Cell info display - Options are On or Off.
3. To save your settings, select Back.
Note that the available options may vary.
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Call functions and Call Log
Licenses
About Licenses
Select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Phone > Licenses.
Some media files, such as images, music, or video clips, are protected by digital
usage rights. The licenses for such files may allow or restrict their usage. For
example, with some licenses you may listen to a song only a limited number of times.
During one playback session you may rewind, fast- forward, or pause the song, but
once you stop it, you have used one of the instances allowed.
To activate a license, in the licenses main view, select Invalid licenses > Options >
Get license. Establish a network connection at the prompt, and you are directed to
a website where you can purchase rights to the media.
To remove file rights, go to the desired file, and select Options > Delete. If there are
several rights related to the same media file, all the rights are deleted.
The group license view displays all of the files related to a group right. If you have
downloaded multiple media files with the same rights, they are all displayed in this view.
You can open the group view from either the valid licenses or invalid licenses tabs.
To access these files, open the group rights folder.
Use licenses
Digital rights management (DRM)-protected content comes with an associated
license that defines your rights to use the content.
If your device has OMA DRM-protected content, to back up both the license and the
content, use the backup feature of Ovi Suite.
Other transfer methods may not transfer the license which needs to be restored with
the content for you to be able to continue the use of OMA DRM-protected content
after the device memory is formatted. You may also need to restore the license in
case the files on your device get corrupted.
If your device has WMDRM-protected content, both the license and the content will
be lost if the device memory is formatted. You may also lose the license and the
content if the files on your device get corrupted. Losing the license or the content may
limit your ability to use the same content on your device again. For more information,
contact your service provider.
Some licenses may be connected to a specific SIM card, and the protected content
can be accessed only if the SIM card is inserted in the device.
To view your licenses by type, select Valid licenses, Invalid licenses, or Not in use.
To view the license details, select Options > License information.
The following details are displayed for each media file:
• Status — The status is License is valid, License expired, or License not yet
valid.
• Content sending — Allowed indicates that you can send the file to another
device.
• Content in phone — Yes indicates that the file is in the device and the path of the
file is displayed. No indicates that the related file is not currently in the device.
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Call Log
The Call Log feature displays information about the calls you missed, received, and
made recently. You can also view information about message recipients, packet data,
and the number of messages sent and received.
Call history entries are displayed in chronological order. New entries are added to the
top of the lists, moving older entries down accordingly. If a new entry is added to a full
list, the last entry in the list is deleted.
Clearing log lists
To clear log lists:
1. Select Menu > Log. Right scroll to the Calls list, then select Options.
2. Select the Clear log command, which deletes all log entries, even if only a
filtered selection is displayed.
NOTE: Lists are cleared immediately without confirmation requests. When
lists have been cleared, the information cannot be recovered.
Viewing call duration
Viewing recent call information
To view recent call information:
1. Select Menu > Log. The display shows Recent calls > Call duration and
Packet data. Select the call category you want.
2. If Recent calls is selected, three categories are displayed, Missed Calls,
Received calls, and Dialed numbers. Select the relevant option.
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To view information about the duration of calls made and received by your Vertu
phone:
1. Select Menu > Log > Call duration.
2. Select Last call/Received calls/Dialed numbers/All calls to view.
TIP: To clear all call duration lists, select Clear timers. You must enter the
security code. For information about the security code, see View and edit
security modules in Security.
Viewing Call Log
Viewing packet data counters
To view the details of all calls in:
1. Select Menu > Log. Use the Right scroll key to tab to the right and show all calls
listed in chronological order.
2. All types of calls are displayed, prefaced with Voice, Pack., SMS, and so on.
Missed calls are flagged in red, outgoing calls in blue, and received calls in green.
3. Scroll through the list, then press the Middle Select key to view the details of a
particular call.
4. To focus your search, select Options > Filter to sort calls by type.
5. Numbers can be used for calling or saved to Contacts, using the relevant
command in the Options menu.
6. Settings allows you to set the length of time Log entries are stored. The default
is 30 days.
To view information about the volume of packet data (in bytes) sent and received:
1. Select Menu > Log > Packet data.
2. Select the desired item.
NOTE: SMS messages sent over the General Packet Radio Service
(GPRS) are not included in packet data counters or timers.
TIP: To clear all packet data counters, select Clear counters. You must
enter the security code. For information about the security code, see View
and edit security modules in Security.
Call functions and Call Log
Making a video call
Options during video calls
To make a video call, you must have a USIM card and be in the coverage area of a
UMTS network. For availability of and subscription to video call services, contact your
network service provider.
Video calls can only be made between two parties. They can be made to compatible
mobile devices or ISDN clients. Video calls cannot be made while another voice,
video, or data call is active.
To switch between showing video or hearing only sound, select Options > Enable or
Disable and the desired option.
• To take a snapshot of the video you are sending, select Options > Send
snapshot. Video sending is paused and the snapshot is shown to the recipient.
The snapshot is not saved. Press Cancel to resume sending video.
• To zoom your image in or out, select Options > Zoom.
• To route the audio to a compatible headset with Bluetooth connectivity attached
to your device, select Options > Activate handsfree.
• To route the audio back to the loudspeaker of your device, select Options >
Activate handset.
• To change the video quality, select Options > Video preference. The frame rate
for normal quality is 10 fps. Use Clearer detail for small, static details. Use
Smoother motion for moving images.
• To adjust the volume during a video call, use the Volume key on the side of the
device.
Icons
Answer or decline a video call
When you make a video call (network service), you can see a real-time, two-way
video between you and the call recipient. The live video image or video image
captured by the camera in your device is shown to the video call recipient
NOTE: The Vertu phone's camera is on the back of the phone, making the
video call function more suited to showing other people or objects to the
recipient, rather than face-to-face communication.
You are not receiving video (the recipient is not sending video or the network
is not transmitting it).
You have denied video sending from your device. To send a still image instead,
select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Image in video call.
Even if you are denied video sending during a video call, the call is still charged as a
video call. Check the pricing with your service provider.
1. To start a video call, enter the phone number in the home screen, press the
Middle Select key, then select Video call.
Or:
From Contacts select a contact and number then press the Middle Select key
and select Call > Video call.
2. The camera on the back is used for video calls. Starting a video call may take a
while. The Waiting for video image message is shown. If the call is not successful
(for example, video calls are not supported by the network, or the receiving device
is not compatible), you are asked if you want to try a normal call or send a text or
multimedia message instead.
The video call is active when you see two video images, and hear the sound through
the loudspeaker. The call recipient may deny video sending , in which case you
only hear the sound and may see a still image or a gray background graphic.
3. To end the video call, press the End key.
When a video call arrives,
is displayed.
• To answer the video call, press the Call key. Allow video image to be sent to
caller? is displayed. To start sending live video image, select Yes.
If you do not activate the video call, you only hear the sound of the caller. A gray
screen replaces the video image.
• To replace the gray screen with a still image captured by the camera in your device,
select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings > Phone > Call > Image in video call.
• To end the video call, press the End.
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Video sharing
Person-to-person connection settings
Use video sharing (network service) to send live video or a video clip from your
mobile device to another compatible mobile device during a voice call.
The loudspeaker is active when you activate video sharing.
If you do not want to use the loudspeaker for the voice call while you share video, you
can also use a compatible headset.
A person-to-person connection is also known as a session initiation protocol (SIP)
connection. The SIP profile settings must be configured in your device before you can
use video sharing. Contact your service provider for the SIP profile settings, and save
them to your device. Your service provider may send you the settings or give you a
list of the required parameters.
To add a SIP address to a contact:
1. Select Menu > Contacts.
2. Select the contact, or create a new contact.
3. Select Options > Edit.
4. Select Options > Add detaill > Share video.
5. Enter the SIP address in the format username@domainname (you can use an IP
address instead of a domain name).
If you do not know the SIP address for the contact, you can use the phone
number of the recipient, including the country code, to share video (if supported
by the network service provider).
WARNING: Continuous exposure to high volumes may damage your
hearing. Listen to music at moderate levels, and do not hold the device near
your ear when the loudspeaker is in use.
Video sharing requirements
Video sharing requires a UMTS connection. For more information on this service,
UMTS network availability, and fees associated with using the service, contact your
service provider.
To use video sharing, you must do the following:
• Ensure that your device is set up for person-to-person connections.
• Make sure you have an active UMTS connection and are within UMTS network
coverage. If you move outside the UMTS network during a video sharing session,
the sharing stops while your voice call continues.
• Ensure that both the sender and recipient are registered to the UMTS network. If you
invite someone to a sharing session and the recipient’s device is not in the UMTS
network coverage area or does not have video sharing installed or person-to-person
connections set up, the recipient does not receive invitations. You receive an error
message that indicates that the recipient cannot accept the invitation.
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UMTS connection settings
To set up your UMTS connection:
• Contact your service provider to establish an agreement for you to use the UMTS
network.
• Make sure the UMTS access point connection settings for your device are
configured properly. For more information about the settings, contact your service
provider.
Video sharing settings
Share live video or video clips
To adjust video sharing settings, select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings and
Connection > Video sharing.
To set up video sharing, you must have person-to-person and UMTS connection
settings.
During an active voice call, select Options > Share video.
1. To share live video during the call, select Live video.
To share a video clip, select Video clip and the clip you want to share.
You may need to convert the video clip into a suitable format to be able to share
it. If your device notifies you that the video clip must be converted, select OK.
Your device must have a video editor for the conversion to work.
2. If the recipient has several SIP addresses or phone numbers, including the
country code, saved in the contacts list, select the desired address or number. If
the SIP address or phone number of the recipient is not available, enter the
address or number of the recipient, including the country code, then select OK to
send the invitation. Your device sends the invitation to the SIP address.
Call functions and Call Log
Sharing begins automatically when the recipient accepts the invitation.
Options during video sharing
Zoom the video (available for sender only).
Adjust the brightness (available for sender only).
or
Mute or unmute the microphone.
or
Turn the loudspeaker on or off.
or Pause and resume video sharing.
Switch to full screen mode (available for receiver only).
3. To end the sharing session, select Stop. To end the voice call, press the End.
When you end the call, video sharing also ends.
To save the live video you shared, select Yes when prompted. The device notifies you
of the memory location of the saved video. To define the preferred memory location,
select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Settings and Connection > Video sharing > Preferred
saving memory.
If you access other applications while you are sharing a video clip, sharing is paused.
To return to the video sharing view and continue sharing, on the home screen, select
Options > Continue.
Accept an invitation
When someone sends you a video sharing invitation, the invitation message displays
the sender’s name or SIP address. If your device is not set to silent, it rings when you
receive an invitation.
If someone sends you a share invitation and you are not within the UMTS network
coverage area, you will not know that you received an invitation.
When you receive an invitation, select from the following:
• Yes — Accept the invitation, and activate the sharing session.
• No — Reject the invitation. The sender receives a message that you rejected the
invitation. You can also press the End key to reject the invitation and end the voice
call.
To mute the video on your device, select Options > Mute.
To play the video at the original volume, select Options > Original volume. This
does not affect the audio playback of the other party of the phone call.
To end the sharing session, select Stop. To end the voice call, press the End. When
you end the call, video sharing also ends.
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Contacts
Creating a new contact
Contacts
To create and save a new contact to your Vertu phone:
1. Press the Contacts key to access your contacts.
2. Select Options > New contact.
3. Enter the contact information of the new contact in the panels that appear.
4. Select Done when you have finished and the information is saved.
About Contacts
Select the Contacts dedicated key.
With Contacts, you can save and update contact information, including phone
numbers, home addresses, and email addresses. You can add a personal ringtone
or thumbnail image to a contact. You can also create contact groups, which allow you
to communicate with several contacts at the same time. You can also send contact
information to compatible phones.
Working with contacts
Making a call from Contacts
1. Press the Contacts key to access your contacts.
2. Locate the required contact by scrolling to the desired name, or enter the first
letters or characters of the name to narrow the search.
3. Scroll to the required number, select the call type, then press the Call or Middle
Select key.
TIP: You can also save a new contact from the Home screen. To do this:
1. Enter a number, select Options > Save to contacts, then select
Create new or Update existing as required.
2. Select the number type.
3. Enter a name for the contact, then select Done to save it.
TIP: If someone whose phone number is not stored in Contacts calls you,
you can create a contact for that person. To do this:
1. Scroll to the desired number in Log (in Missed calls or Received calls),
then select Options > Save to contacts and Create new or Update
existing. For information on the call history, see Log > Recent calls.
2. Enter a name for the contact, then select Done to save it.
Searching for a contact
Send Contact information
To find a contact stored on your Vertu phone:
1. Press the Contacts key.
2. Enter the first letter of the name of the contact you want to find in the Type to
search field. The list of contacts is filtered to display only the matching contacts.
3. Enter more letters of the contact’s name if needed. Select a contact to view
contact information.
Sending a business card
NOTE: Contacts saved to the SIM card have the SIM
alongside.
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You can save contacts to your SIM card as well as your phone memory by copying
contacts from your phone to your SIM card. This is useful when you want to put your
SIM card into another phone.
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The business card feature allows you to send and receive contact information
through text messages, email, and Bluetooth.
To send a business card in a multimedia message:
1. On the Home screen, press the Contacts key.
2. Scroll to the desired contact, then press the Middle Select key.
3. Select Options > Send business card.
Contacts
4. Select the relevant option from the Via message, Via email, Via Bluetooth, or
Upload list.
5. If the contact details include more than one phone number and a ring tone, select
Selected detail only to send only the default phone number
or
select All contact data to send all of the contact information.
6. Add a recipient to the message, then select Options > Send. A confirmation
message is displayed when the business card has been sent.
Follow on-screen instructions to send the information using the selected method,
especially if Upload is selected.
NOTE: If the contact information includes an image and/or ringtone, the
image and/or ringtone can only be sent in a business card as a multimedia
message, Via email, or Via Bluetooth.
Receiving a business card
When you receive a business card, a notification is displayed on the home page.
To save a received business card:
1. Open the message from the Notification area or from Messages > Inbox to view
the business card.
2. Select Options > Save business card, then press the Middle Select key.
A confirmation message is displayed when you save the information to Contacts.
To discard a received business card without saving it:
1. If you want to view the business card before discarding it, select Options > Open
then Options > Delete.
2. The business card is deleted. A confirmation message is displayed.
Editing a contact
You can edit contacts at any time, changing any information you like. For instance,
add or remove phone numbers and images.
Adding an image to a contact
When you add an image to a contact, it is displayed when you call the contact or the
contact calls you.
To add an image to a contact:
1. Press the Contacts key to access your contacts.
2. Scroll to the required contact, then press the Middle Select key to open the
contact.
3. Select Options > Add image (if there is already an image attached, you have
the option to View, Change, or Remove the image).
4. The Select image: dialog appears, which allows you to choose an image from
the Gallery.
5. Scroll through the list of images that appears, then press Select when the
appropriate image is in focus; this is then attached to the contact.
6. Press Back to exit and save.
Personalize the ringtone
When you add a ringtone to a contact, it plays when the contact calls you.
To personalize the ringtone for a contact:
1. Press the Contacts key to access your contacts.
2. Scroll to the required contact, then press the Middle Select key to open the
contact.
3. Select Options > Ringtone.
Either select one of the existing ringtones from the list that is displayed.
or
Press Download sounds, and access the Ovi site, or press Options and Go to
a New Web page of your choice to locate a ring tone.
TIP: For information on accessing ringtones in the Gallery, see “Sound
clips” on page 100 in the Gallery.
Saving multiple phone numbers for a contact
You can save a more than one phone number for a contact. These can be any
combination of any of the phone types listed and can include more than one phone
number of the same type.
To add a phone number to a contact:
1. Press the Contacts key to access your contacts.
2. Scroll to the required contact, then select Options > Edit.
3. Select Options > Add detail, then choose the type of number you want to add
from the scrollable list.
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Contacts
4. Enter the number, then select Done to save the new number.
TIP: To change the number type:
1. Press the Contacts key to access your contacts.
2. Scroll to the required contact, then select Options > Edit.
3. Scroll to the required number.
4. Select Options > Edit label, then type the label you want for that
number. The label is free text, but the number category, such as Mobile
or Email, does not change.
4. Then select Options > Delete. A warning message displays showing the items
selected for deletion.
Or
If you are deleting marked items from a Group, select Options > Remove from
group.
5. Select Yes to confirm the deletion.
Contact groups
Default phone number
The first number saved for a contact is automatically set as the default phone number.
When you call or send a message to a contact without specifying which phone
number to use, this default number is used.
Adding information to a contact
You can save other information for a contact, such as postal address, birthday, and
email addresses, to your Vertu phone.
To add information to a contact:
1. Press the Contacts key to access your contacts.
2. Scroll to the required contact, then select Options > Edit.
3. Select Options > Add detail, then select the type of information you want to add.
4. Enter the information, then select Done. The contact information is directly
saved.
Deleting a contact
To delete a single contact:
1. Press the Contacts key to access your contacts.
2. Scroll to the required contact, then select Options > Delete.
3. Select Yes to confirm the deletion.
To delete multiple contacts:
1. Press the Contacts key to access your contacts.
2. From the Options menu, select Mark/Unmark.
3. Either select Mark to flag individual contacts or select Mark all to select all
contacts within a group.
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The Contact Groups feature allows you to easily manage and use contacts by
assigning them to groups.
You can assign a ringtone to a group. For example, if you create a group for work
colleagues and assign a specific ringtone to that group, you can quickly and easily
recognize when you are being called by a work colleague.
You can also send messages to a group instead of adding contacts as message
recipients one by one.
Create and save a new group
To create and save a new group:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Select Options > Group > New group.
3. Enter a name for the group.
4. If required, add the conference service number, ID and PIN for that group, as
follows:
Conf. service number — Enter the conference call service number.
Conf. service ID — Enter the conference call ID.
Conf. service PIN — Enter the conference call PIN code.
5. Select a ringtone for the group, if required, then select Save. The list of groups is
displayed after a confirmation message.
Contacts
Adding contacts to a group
NOTE: You must save a group before you can add contacts to it.
To add a contact to a group:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Scroll to the group. Groups are denoted by the Group
icon.
3. Select Options > Group > Add members.
4. Scroll through the list of contacts. Select the contact(s) to add to the group using
the Middle Select key to mark contacts.
5. Press OK to add the selected members to the Group. Contacts are copied over
from the main list, so all contacts remain displayed in the full list. Contacts can
belong to more than one group.
6. Add more contacts to the group, as desired.
Adding a ringtone to a group
1. Select the group you want to work with, then select Options > Group > Ringtone.
2. Choose an existing ringtone to assign to the group, or download a ringtone.
3. Press Select to assign the ringtone and exit.
Viewing and editing group details
To view and edit the details of a group:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Scroll to the desired group, then select Options > Group > Edit group.
3. Change the details of the group, as desired, then select Done to save.
Viewing details of group members
To view the details of group members:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Scroll to the desired group, then select Options > Open.
3. To view the details of a group member, scroll to the member, then select Options
> Open.
Deleting a group
To delete a group:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Scroll to the desired group, then select Options > Group > Delete group.
3. Press the Middle Select key to delete the group, then press Yes to confirm the
deletion.
Removing contacts from a group
To remove a contact from a group:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Scroll to the group, then select Options > Open to open the group.
3. Scroll to the contact, then select Options > Group > Remove member.
4. Select Yes to confirm the deletion or No to abort the process.
Copy and Duplicate (Manage) Contacts
Contacts can be stored in various locations on your Vertu phone. You can store them
on your SIM card or back them up to the phone's mass storage or removable memory
card.
Contacts can be copied and duplicated. Copying copies them to the phone memory,
while Duplicating creates a copy of the contact in the same location, ready for you to
insert a new name.
The Backup function allows you to copy individual, selected, or all contacts to
selected locations.
Copying contacts and creating backups is done at the contact level.
When a single contact is opened for editing, it is possible to Copy, Cut, and Paste
specific text and numbers between both contacts and other applications on your
Vertu phone.
Managing contacts
To copy single contacts:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Select Options > Manage > Copy to copy the contact to another location. If the
contact is in the SIM card, you are offered the option to save to the phone
memory, while if the contact is located on the phone memory, you can save the
contact to the SIM card.
or
Select Options > Manage > Duplicate, a copy of the contact is created ready
for you to save it with a new name.
To copy multiple contacts:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Select Options, then select Mark/Unmark > Mark to select the contact in focus.
3. Repeat step 2 for all relevant contacts.
4. Select Manage > Copy, then press OK to copy all the marked contacts to the
memory or SIM card, as appropriate.
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Contacts
Create backups
Selecting the memory to use
To backup single contacts:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Select Options, select Create backup > Phone to memory card
or Memory card to phone.
In this way, you can move a contact to the required location.
3. Select E: Mass storage or F: Memory card (if present), and the contact is copied
to the selected location.
To select the memory to be used by Contacts:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Select Options > Settings > Contacts.
3. Select Default saving memory.
4. Select either Phone Memory or SIM:
• Phone - New contacts will be stored on the phone.
• SIM card - New contacts will be stored on the SIM card.
5. Repeat the process until step 2, then select Contacts to display. The options
are Phone memory, SIM memory, and Service numbers. Select which of
these you want to display in your contacts.
A confirmation message is displayed.
To back up multiple contacts:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Select Options, then select Mark/Unmark > Mark to select the contact in focus.
3. Repeat step 2 for all relevant contacts.
4. Select Create backup > Phone to memory card, then press the Middle Select
key.
5. Select the destination memory location so that all the marked contacts are
copied to that location.
Contacts memory
Contacts can be stored to your Vertu phone (E: Mass storage or F: Memory card, if
present) and SIM card.
SIM card memory
Contacts stored to the SIM card only have a single name and phone number.
Contacts stored on a USIM card can have a name, three phone numbers and an
email address.
The number of contacts that can be stored on the SIM/USIM card and the number of
characters supported is determined by your service provider.
If you move the SIM card to another phone, your SIM contacts are moved as well.
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NOTE: The memory capacity of the SIM card is determined by your service
provider.
Service numbers
The Service Numbers feature allows you to view and call phone numbers, such as
Help lines, special service numbers, and so forth, which your service provider has
stored on the SIM card.
NOTE: You can only view and call service numbers if this functionality is
supported by your service provider.
NOTE: You cannot edit or delete service numbers.
To view and call service numbers:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Select Service Numbers. The list of services is displayed.
3. To call a service number, scroll to the desired service, then press the Send key
or select Call.
Contacts
Contacts settings
To set up Contacts:
1. Access Contacts.
2. Select Options > Settings > Contacts and the following options shown in the
table below appear.
3. Set up each option as desired. The options available may vary.
Select the contacts you want displayed in the Contact list.
Options include Phone memory, SIM memory, and
Service numbers. Each option is separately selectable.
Default saving
Select whether to save new numbers to the phone; the
memory
options are Memory or SIM Card Memory.
Name display
Change the way contact names are displayed. This
setting is not available for all languages.
Remote search server Change the remote contacts database. This option is
available only if remote contacts databases are supported
by your service provider. Options are None, Mail for
Exchange, and Intellisync
Default contact list
Select which contacts list opens when you open the
Contacts application. This setting is only available when
there is more than one contacts list.
Contacts to display
Contacts saved to the SIM card have the SIM
graphic alongside.
Search for contacts in a remote database
This only works if your email service provider supports this function.
1. To activate remote contact search, select Options > Settings > Contacts >
Remote search server. You must define a remote server before you can
perform remote contact searches.
2. To search for contacts in a remote database, select Contacts > Options >
Search from remote.
3. Enter the name of the contact you want to search for, then select Search. The
phone establishes a data connection to the remote database.
4. To search for contacts on the home screen, start entering characters on the
home screen, then select the database from the proposed matches.
5. To change the remote contacts database, select Options > Settings >
Contacts > Remote search server. This setting affects the database used in
the Contacts and Calendar applications and the home screen, but not the
database used for email.
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Messages
Messages
NOTE: Email messages can also be accessed through Messaging.
Message alerts
Your Vertu phone contains a comprehensive messaging function, which enables you
to send and receive a wide variety of message types. Message types that can be
handled by your phone include:
• Text messages (short message service (SMS) messages)
• Multimedia messages (multimedia messaging service (MMS))
• Emails
• Speech messages
• Presentations (messages including slide shows or video)
• Service messages
• Cell broadcast messages
NOTE: The various types of messages are only available when supported
by your service provider.
To begin using the feature, you need to check the following:
• Insert a valid SIM card into the device and make sure you are in the vicinity of a
cellular network.
• Verify that the network supports the messaging features you want to use and that
they are activated on your SIM card.
• Set the Internet access point settings on the device.
• Define the email account settings on the device (see “Setting up your phone for the
first time” on page 22 and “Email settings” on page 68).
• Enter the text message settings on the device.
• Enter the multimedia message settings on the device.
Your Vertu phone normally recognizes the SIM card provider and automatically
configures some of the message settings during the wizard setup process. If not, you
may need to enter the settings manually or contact your service provider to configure
them.
Messaging is accessed using the Left Select key on your Vertu phone.
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Text messages are automatically received when your Vertu phone is switched on.
When your phone is off, messages are held by your service provider until the next
time your phone is connected to the network.
When a message arrives on your phone, alerts are displayed on the Home screen.
The presence of a new text message is displayed in the Notification area.
When email arrives in one of the email accounts displayed on the Home screen, a
red icon next to the email account name displays the total number of new messages.
If the email account is not displayed in the Information area, then an alert is displayed
at the bottom of the Notification area.
Messages can be accessed directly by highlighting the relevant alert box and
pressing the Middle Select key, which takes you to the relevant message function.
For further information, refer to the “Home screen” on page 24.
Messages
Messaging folders
Organize messages
The messaging function contains the following folders:
Using My folders, you can create a folder structure for storing your messages in a
logical order.
Select Messaging > My folders.
• To create a new folder to organize your messages, select Options > New folder.
• To rename a folder, select Options > Rename folder. You can only rename
folders you have created.
• To move a message to another folder, highlight the message, select Options >
Move to folder, then select OK.
• To sort messages in a specific order, select Options > Sort by, then select the
appropriate option.
• To view the message properties, highlight the message and select Options >
Message details.
New message
Access to create a new message in a selected format.
Inbox
Messages and files received through Bluetooth are
stored in the Inbox folder.
My folders
User-defined folder structure for storing messages.
E-mail account
Access to the email accounts you set up. Email
messages are stored in mailbox folders.
Messages that have not yet been sent can be saved
in the Drafts folder.
Drafts
Sent
Messages that have been sent, excluding Bluetooth
messages, are stored in the Sent folder.
Outbox
If messages cannot be sent, they are stored in the
Outbox for later transmission.
Reports
Reports from message providers are automatically
saved to this area.
TIP: You can move between the Inbox, My folders, Drafts, Sent, and
Outbox using the scroll button to navigate through the tabbed panels.
TIP: Messages are placed in the Outbox folder when, for example, your
device is outside network coverage.
NOTE: The Message Sent icon or text on your device screen does not
indicate that the message has been received at the intended destination.
To request the network to send you delivery reports for text and multimedia messages
you sent:
1. Select Options > Settings > Text message (or Multimedia message) >
Receive report, then select Yes or the relevant option.
2. The reports are then saved to the Reports folder.
Text messages
Text messaging, also know as the short message service (SMS), allows you to
exchange messages containing only text with other phones.
When you send a text message, your Vertu phone uses a profile that defines how the
phone handles interaction with your service provider. In most cases, the profile will
be set using information on the SIM card.
For most service providers, you will not need to modify these settings, as the
necessary information is obtained from your SIM card automatically. Depending on
your SIM card, you may be able to store more than one set of message profiles.
For information on setting up your text messages, refer to:
Messaging > Settings > Text message > Message centers. Select your service
provider, and open the panel to view the message center number.
IMPORTANT: Exercise caution when opening messages. Messages may
contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC.
Opening a text message
1. Select Menu > Messaging > Inbox.
2. Scroll to the relevant message, then press the Middle Select key to open it.
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Messages
Replying to a message
Multimedia messages
With the message open:
1. Press the Middle Select key > Reply > Via message.
2. Enter your reply.
3. Select Options > Send.
Only devices that have compatible features can receive and display multimedia
messages. The appearance of a message may vary depending on the receiving
device.
A multimedia message (MMS) can contain text and objects such as images, sound
clips, and video clips. Before you can send or receive multimedia messages on your
phone, you must define the multimedia message settings. Your phone may recognize
the SIM card provider and configure the correct multimedia message settings
automatically. If not, contact your service provider for the correct settings, request the
settings from your service provider in a configuration message, or use the Settings
wizard application.
Sending a text message
1. Select Messaging > New message > Message.
2. Press the Middle Select key and select the recipient. You can select multiple
recipients, or, if a recipient has more than one number, you will be asked to select
which number to send the message to.
3. In the message field, type in your message.
4. Select Options > Send.
TIP: You can also send an email to the contact if an email address is listed.
Forwarding a text message
To forward a text message:
1. From an open text message, select Options > Forward.
2. Press the Middle Select key and add recipients.
3. If required, edit the message text.
4. Select Options > Send.
Calling the sender of a message
To call the sender of a message:
In an open message, press the Call key.
Editing a message and copying text
You can edit a received message before forwarding or saving it.
To edit a message:
1. Open the message, edit the text, and add recipients.
2. To copy or paste text, select Options > Editing options, then select Copy or
Paste.
3. To insert data, select Options > Insert content to add images, videos, text, and
so forth.
4. Close the message when you have finished.
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The wireless network may limit the size of MMS messages.
If the inserted picture exceeds this limit, the device may make it smaller so that it can
be sent by MMS.
Check the size limit of email messages with your service provider. If you attempt to
send an email message that exceeds the size limit of the email server, the message
is left in the Outbox folder, and the device attempts to resend it periodically. Sending
an email requires a data connection, and continuous attempts to resend the email
may increase your data transfer costs. In the Outbox folder, you can delete such
messages or move them to the Drafts folder.
Creating a multimedia message
1. Select New message, press the Middle Select key, then select the relevant
option. Select Message to send a text or multimedia message (MMS), Audio
message to send a multimedia message that includes one sound clip, or Email
to send an email message.
2. Enter the recipient, then write the message.
3. To add a media file to a multimedia message, select Options > Insert content.
Highlight the relevant icon to define the file type or source you require, then
locate the desired file.
You can add existing media or capture new images or video for inclusion in the
message, for example, Options > Insert content > Insert image > New.
4. Select the Insert other icon to insert a business card, slide, note, or other file.
5. To send the message, select Options > Send, or press the Call key.
Messages
Emails
NOTE: The Message Sent icon or text on your device screen does not
indicate that the message has been received at the intended destination.
Your device supports text messages longer than the limit for a single message.
Longer messages are sent as two or more messages. Your service provider may
charge accordingly.
Characters with accents, other marks, or some language options take more space
and limit the number of characters that can be sent in a single message.
You may not be able to send video clips that are saved in MP4 file format or that
exceed the size limit of the wireless network in a multimedia message.
Receive and reply to multimedia messages
IMPORTANT: Exercise caution when opening messages. Messages may
contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC.
TIP: If you receive multimedia messages that contain objects unsupported
by your device, you cannot open them. Try to send these objects to another
device, such as a computer, and open them there.
1. To reply to a multimedia message, open the message, then select Options >
Reply.
2. Select To Sender to reply to the sender, To All to reply to everyone included in
the received message, Via audio message to reply with an audio message, or
Via email to reply with an email message. Email messaging is available only if a
mailbox is configured and the message is sent from an email address.
3. Enter the text of the message, then select Options > Send.
Emails can be worked on in either the Messaging or Email functions.
For detailed information about working with emails and setting up email accounts,
refer to the Email chapter. This chapter only provides brief information about using
email.
Reading an email message
IMPORTANT: Exercise caution when opening messages. Messages may
contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC.
1. Select the Messaging key.
2. Scroll to the relevant email account, then press the Middle Select key to open it.
3. The email Inbox is displayed. Scroll to the relevant message, then press the
Middle Select key to open it.
4. To open other folders, such as Drafts, scroll up to the Inbox header, then open
the drop down-field and make a selection.
5. To change the order of your emails, scroll to the Date header, then select the
required ordering method.
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To reply to the message sender, select Options > Reply.
To reply to the sender and all other recipients, select Options > Reply to all.
To forward the message, select Options > Forward.
To add an attachment to the email message, select Options > Add attachment.
To remove the selected attachment, select Options > Remove attachment.
To delete an email message, select the message and Options > Actions > Delete.
Create and send an email
1. Select the Messaging key.
2. Either select Messaging, select email account, then Options > Create email.
Or
Select Messaging > New message > Email and then select the email account.
3. Enter the recipient's email address in the To field. Press the Middle Select key
to open Contacts and locate the recipient's email address.
4. Complete the email.
5. Select Options > Send.
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Speech messages and Message Reader
With Message Reader, you can listen to text, multimedia, audio, and email messages.
• To listen to new messages or email, on the Home screen, press and hold the Left
Select key until Msg. Reader opens.
• To listen to a message from your Inbox, scroll to the message, then select
Options > Listen.
• To listen to an email message from your mailbox, scroll to the message, then
select Options > Listen.
• To stop the reading, press the End key.
• To pause and continue the reading, press the scroll key.
• To skip to the next message, scroll right.
• To replay the current message or email, scroll left.
• To skip to the previous message, scroll left at the beginning of the message.
• To view the current message or email in text format without the sound, select
Options > View.
Presentations
Select the Messaging key.
Creating multimedia presentations is not possible if MMS creation mode is set to
Restricted.
To change the setting, select Options > Settings > Multimedia message > MMS
creation mode > Free or Guided.
Creating a presentation message
1. Create the message as described for “Creating a multimedia message” on
page 58.
2. Select Options > Insert content, then choose the Insert presentation icon.
Select the template type to set which media objects you can include in the
presentation, where they appear, and which effects are displayed between
images and slides.
3. To insert images, sound or video clips, or notes into your presentation, scroll to
the corresponding object area, then select Options > Insert. Options include
Image, New Image, and Sound Clip. Select New slide to add another image.
4. Scroll to the text area, then enter the text.
• To choose the presentation's background color and background images for
different slides, select Options > Background settings.
• To set effects between images or slides, select Options > Effect settings.
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• To preview the presentation, select Options > Preview.
Multimedia presentations may only be viewed in compatible phones that support
presentations. They may appear different depending on the phone used.
View presentations
• To view a presentation, open the multimedia message in the Inbox folder. Scroll to
the presentation, then press the Middle Select key to play the presentation.
• To pause the presentation, press the Left Select or Right Select key.
• To resume the presentation, select Options > Continue.
View and save multimedia attachments
• To view multimedia messages as complete presentations, open the message,
then select Options > Play presentation.
TIP: To view or play a multimedia object in a multimedia message, select
View image, Play sound clip, or Play video clip.
• To view the name and size of an attachment, select the message and Options >
Objects.
• To save a multimedia object, select Options > Objects, the object, and Options
> Save.
Service messages
Select the Messaging key.
You can receive special messages that contain data, such as operator logos,
ringtones, bookmarks, and Internet access or email account settings.
Service messages are sent to your phone by service providers. Service messages
may contain notifications such as news headlines, services, and links through which
the message content can be downloaded.
• To define the service message settings, select Messaging and Options >
Settings > Service message.
• To download the service or message content, select Messaging > Options >
Message details.
• To save the contents of these messages, select Options > Save
• To view information about the sender, Web address, expiration date, and other
details of the message before downloading it, select Messaging > Options >
Message details.
Messages
Send service commands
Cell broadcast
You can send a service request message (also known as a USSD command) to your
service provider and request activation of certain network services. Contact your
service provider for the service request text.
To send a service request message, select Messaging > Options > Service
commands. Enter the service request text, then select Options > Send.
Select Messaging and Options > Cell broadcast.
With the cell broadcast network service, you can receive messages from your service
provider on various topics, such as weather or traffic conditions in a particular region.
For available topics and relevant topic numbers, contact your service provider. Cell
broadcast messages cannot be received when the device is in remote SIM mode.
A packet data (GPRS) connection may prevent cell broadcast reception.
Cell broadcast messages cannot be received in UMTS (3G) networks.
• To receive cell broadcast messages, you may need to turn cell broadcast
reception on. Select Options > Settings > Cell broadcast > Reception > On.
• To view messages related to a topic, select the topic.
• To receive messages related to a topic, select Options > Subscribe.
TIP: You can set important topics as “hot topics". You are notified on the
home screen, when you receive a message related to a hot topic. Select a
topic and Options > Hotmark.
• To add, edit, or delete topics, select Options > Topic.
Text messages on the SIM card
Text messages may be stored on your SIM card. Before you can view SIM messages,
you must copy the messages to a folder in the device. After copying the messages to
a folder, you can view them in the folder or delete them from the SIM card.
1. Select Messaging and Options > SIM messages.
2. Select Options > Mark/Unmark > Mark or Mark all to mark every message.
3. Select Options > Copy.
4. Select a folder and OK to begin copying.
To view SIM card messages, open the folder where you copied the messages, then
open a message.
Messaging settings
Select Messaging and Options > Settings.
Open the message type in question, then define all fields marked with Must Be
Defined or a red asterisk.
Your device may recognize the SIM card provider and automatically configure the
correct text message, multimedia message, and GPRS settings. If not, contact your
service provider for the correct settings, request the settings from your service
provider in a configuration message, or use the Settings wizard application.
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Messages
Text message settings
Select Messaging and Options > Settings > Text message.
Select from the following:
View the available message centers for your device, or add a
new one.
Message center in Select a message center to send the message.
use
Character coding When available, select reduced support to use automatic
character conversion into another encoding system.
Receive report
Select Yes if you want the network to send you delivery reports
on your messages (network service).
Message validity Select how long the message center resends your message if
the first attempt fails (network service). If the recipient cannot
be reached within the validity period, the message is deleted
from the message center.
Message sent as Convert the message into another format, for example, fax or
email. Change this option only if you are sure that your
message center is able to convert text messages into these
other formats. For more information, contact your service
provider.
Preferred
Select the preferred method of connection when sending text
connection
messages from your device.
Reply via same
Select whether you want the reply message to be sent using
center
the same text message center number (network service).
Message centers
Multimedia message settings
Select Messaging and Options > Settings >Multimedia message.
Select from the following:
Image size
MMS creation
mode
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Sets the image size used in your multimedia image; options
are large and small.
Select Restricted to set your phone to prevent including
content in multimedia messages that may not be supported by
the network or the receiving device. To receive warnings
about including such content, select Guided. To create a
multimedia message with no restrictions on attachment type,
select Free. If you select Restricted, creating multimedia
presentations is not possible.
Select the default access point to connect to the multimedia
message center. You may not be able to change the default
access point if it is preset in your device by your service
provider.
Multimedia
Select how you want to receive messages, if available. Select
retrieval
Always automatic to always receive multimedia messages
automatically, Auto in home netw. to receive notification of a
new multimedia message that you can retrieve from the
message center (for example, when you are traveling abroad
and are outside your home network), Manual to manually
retrieve multimedia messages from the message center, or
Off to prevent receipt of any multimedia messages. Automatic
retrieval may not be supported in all regions.
Allow anonymous Receive messages from unknown senders.
msgs.
Receive adverts
Receive messages defined as advertisements.
Receive reports
Request for delivery and read reports of sent messages
(network service). It may not be possible to receive a delivery
report of a multimedia message sent to an email address.
Deny report
Select Yes to not send delivery reports from your device for
sending
received multimedia messages.
Message validity Select how long the messaging center tries to send the
message (network service). If the recipient of a message
cannot be reached within the validity period, the message is
removed from the multimedia messaging center. Maximum
time is the maximum amount of time allowed by the network.
Access point in
use
The device requires network support to indicate that a sent message has been
received or read. Depending on the network and other circumstances, this
information may not always be reliable.
Email settings
All information about setting up and managing your email accounts is provided in the
chapter on email.
Messages
Speech settings
Service message settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Phone > Speech.
With Speech, you can set the language, voice, and voice properties for Message Reader.
Select Messaging and Options > Settings > Service message.
• To allow your device to receive service messages from your service provider,
select Service messages > On.
• To select how to download services and service message content, select
Message details > Automatically or Manually. If you select Automatically, you
may still need to confirm some downloads since not all services can be
downloaded automatically.
TIP: When you download a new language, you must download at least one
voice for that language.
Language
Voice
Speed
Volume
Sets the Language for Message Reader. To download
additional languages to your device, select Options >
Download languages.
Sets the speaking Voice. The voice depends on the selected
language.
Sets the speaking rate
Sets the speaking volume
• To view voice details, open Speech and reselect the second Speech tab. Select
the voice you want to listen to. Select Options > Voice details. To listen to a voice,
select the voice and Options > Play voice.
• To delete languages or voices, select the item and Options > Delete.
Message Reader settings
Select Messaging and Options > Settings > Cell broadcast.
• To receive cell broadcast messages, select Reception > On.
• To select the languages in which you want to receive cell broadcast messages,
select Language.
• To display new topics in the cell broadcast topics list, select Topic detection > On.
Other settings
Select Messaging and Options > Settings > Other.
Select from the following:
Activate automatic reading language detection.
Save sent
messages
Number of saved
msgs.
Memory in use
Activate continuous reading of all selected messages.
Folder view
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Phone > Speech, then scroll right to display the
Settings tab.
To change Message Reader settings, define the following:
Language
detection
Continuous
reading
Speech prompts
Audio source
Cell broadcast settings
Select whether to save sent messages in the Sent folder.
Enter the number of sent messages to save. When the limit is
reached, the oldest message is deleted.
Select where to save your messages. You can save messages
to the memory card only if a memory card is inserted.
Select whether you want to see folder information on one or
two lines.
Set Message Reader to insert prompts into messages.
Listen to messages through the earpiece or loudspeaker.
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Email
Email
Constellation Quest provides you with easy access to multiple email accounts. Email
accounts can run under the Mail for Exchange, IMAP, and POP3 protocols.
Use Mail for Exchange for a corporate email account using Microsoft Exchange
Server. You can set the Mail for Exchange account to synchronize your calendar,
contacts, and tasks automatically. If you do this, your email, calendar, contacts, and
tasks on the phone will be synchronized with the Microsoft Exchange Server.
Note that you can only synchronize with one server; therefore, you can only use Mail
for Exchange if you do not want to synchronize your Vertu.Me calendar, contacts, and
tasks.
Other email accounts can be set up in the Email function, and they will be
automatically configured to use the correct protocol.
Setting up your email accounts
The email wizard is the preferred method of email account setup. It appears as part
of the startup wizard when the phone is first initialized for use. Email accounts are set
up as follows:
• If no email account is set up on initiation, the Set up email message appears in
the Information area of your Home screen. This is the easiest way to access the
wizard.
• Alternatively, if one or more email accounts have already been set up, press the
Email key and the Email panel appears. Select New mailb. and the email wizard
appears.
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If pressing the Email key results in the inbox of your mailbox being displayed,
press Back, then press the Email key once again to display the Email panel
shown above.
TIP: Technical Support can set up your email if you prefer or if you are having
problems. To do this, just call Technical Support using the Concierge key.
Running the email wizard
1. When the email wizard displays, select Start.
2. You are asked, Do you want to set up a corporate Mail for Exchange account?
Select Yes to set up your corporate account if it uses Microsoft Exchange Server.
Select No if you are setting up your Vertu.Me, Hotmail, Yahoo, Google, or any
other email account.
3. When setting up your Mail for Exchange account, enter information when
requested. You need your account name, password, user name, and domain
details.
4. When setting up accounts such as Vertu.Me, Hotmail, Yahoo, Google, or any
other listed service, select the relevant service from the list displayed, then enter
your user name and password. Press Accept if a terms and conditions panel
appears. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your email account. The
process ends when your mailbox is displayed.
Email
5. For any other email account, choose the Other option in the list, then enter your
user name and password. Press Accept if a terms and conditions panel
appears. Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your email account. The
process ends when your email box is displayed.
The first email account you set up is displayed in place of the Set up email
message displayed on the Home screen. When you set up a second email
account, this is placed in the second slot of the Information area. Only two
accounts can be displayed on the Home screen.
The parameters for your Microsoft Exchange Server should be available from your
corporate IT department, or, alternatively, call Technical Support for assistance.
Your email account types are identified by icons. Generic email accounts are
identified with the
standard email icon, your Vertu.Me account is identified with
the
Vertu.Me email icon, while accounts such as Hotmail, Google and Yahoo are
identified with their specific icons.
NOTE: If no SIM is present, the phone will try to connect through the
WLAN, if previously set up.
Lotus Notes Traveler
The email link on the Home screen shows the number of unread emails in a red
circle in the inbox for that email service. This increments to a maximum of 99.
Refer to the “Home screen” on page 24 for an explanation of the Home screen.
Reading an email message
IMPORTANT: Exercise caution when opening messages. Messages may
contain malicious software or otherwise be harmful to your device or PC.
1. Open the email account as described above.
2. Scroll to a message, then press the Middle Select key to open and read it.
3. To open other folders, such as Drafts, scroll up to the Inbox header, then open
the drop down-field and make a selection.
TIP: Press T to take you to the top of the list or B to take you to the bottom.
Left scroll takes you to the header section, which displays the date from
anywhere in the list.
4. To change the order of your emails, scroll to the Date header, then select the
required ordering method for your emails.
Vertu users can connect to their corporate email accounts via IBM® Lotus Notes®
Traveler. Lotus Notes Traveler provides two-way, over-the-air synchronization of
information between mobile devices and corporate email accounts via Lotus Notes
even while offline.
This allows users to access email (including attachments) and personal information
management (PIM) applications, such as calendar, contacts, appointments, and todo lists.
Scheduled synchronization and data filtering can be used to optimize phone usage.
Lotus Notes Traveler uses a secure socket layer (SSL) connection for encrypting data
via an HTTPS protocol.
Accessing your emails
All your email accounts, including your Mail for Exchange account, can be
accessed in a number of ways:
• Highlight and select the relevant email account displayed on the Home screen.
• On the Home screen, press the Left Select key to run the Messaging application
and select the relevant email account in the Messaging panel.
• Press the Email key, then select the relevant email account.
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Email
Replying to and forwarding an email
Download attachments
1. To reply to a message, highlight it, then select Options > Reply.
2. To reply to a message and include all the original recipients, highlight it, then
select Options > Reply to all.
3. To forward the message, select Options > Forward.
1. To view the attachments in a received email message, scroll to the attachment
field, then select Options > Actions. If there is one attachment in the message,
select Open to open the attachment. If there are several attachments, select
View List to see a list showing which attachments have been downloaded.
2. To download the selected attachment or all the attachments in the list to your
device, select Options > Actions > Download or Download all. The
attachments are not saved to your device and are deleted when you delete the
message.
3. To save the selected attachment or all the downloaded attachments to your
device, select Options > Actions > Save or Save all.
4. To open the selected, downloaded attachment, select Options > Actions >
Open.
Creating and sending an email
1. From either Messaging or Email, open the relevant email account, then select
Options > Create email.
2. In the To field, enter the recipient's email address or press the Middle Select key
to open Contacts, then select the contacts you want to send the email to. If you
are adding several recipients, insert a semicolon (;) between their email
addresses. Use the Cc field to send a copy to other recipients, or the Bcc field to
send a blind copy to recipients. If the Bcc field is not visible, select Options >
More > Show Bcc field.
3. Complete the subject, and enter your message into the text area.
4. Select Options, then choose from the following:
Priority
Add attachment
Flag
Insert template
Add recipient
Input options
Editing options
More
Set the priority of the message.
Add an attachment to the message.
Flag the message for follow-up.
Insert text from a template.
Add recipients to the message from Contacts.
Activate or deactivate predictive text input, or select the
writing language.
Cut, copy, or paste the selected text.
Hide or Show Cc and Bcc fields
5. Select Options > Send.
Add attachments
Open the email account you want.
• To add an attachment to the email message, select Options > Add attachment
• To remove the selected attachment, select Options > Remove attachment.
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Reply to a meeting request
1. Open the appropriate email account.
2. Select a received meeting request then Options. Now choose from the
following:
Accept
Decline
Forward
Remove from Calendar
Accept the meeting request.
Decline the meeting request.
Forward the meeting request to another recipient.
Remove a cancelled meeting from your calendar.
Search for email messages
1. Open the relevant email mailbox.
2. To search for items within the recipients, subjects, and body texts of the email
messages in the mailbox, select Options > Search.
3. To stop the search, select Options > Stop search.
4. To start a new search, select Options > New search.
Delete emails
1. Open the email account you want.
2. To delete an email message, select the message and Options > Actions >
Delete. The message is placed in the Deleted Items folder, if available. If there is
no Deleted Items folder available, the message is deleted permanently.
3. To empty the Deleted Items folder, select the folder and Options > Empty
Deleted Items.
Email
Switch between email folders
1. Open the appropriate email account.
2. To open another email folder, place the focus on the Inbox at the top of the
display. Press the Middle Select key to display the list of email folders.
3. Use the scroll keys to select the relevant folder, then press the Middle Select key
to open that folder.
You can also use this method to switch between email accounts.
Disconnect from the mailbox
1. Open the appropriate mailbox.
2. To cancel synchronization between the device and email server, and to work with
email without a wireless connection, select Options > Disconnect. If your
mailbox does not have the Disconnect option, select Options > Exit to
disconnect from the mailbox.
3. To restart the synchronization, select Options > Connect.
Email account preferences
Setting up your Email key
This option allows you to select which mailbox to open with the Email key when you
access it with a long press.
1. Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Email key settings.
2. Choose an email account or select the Default setting to use the one you have
previously set as your default email.
Setting up business and personal accounts
To set up your business and personal accounts, go to Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Modes
> Current mode. Select either Business or Personal.
Setting up your primary and secondary email accounts
This option is not available with all mailbox providers.
1. Open the appropriate mailbox.
2. Select Options > Settings > Mailbox settings.
3. The options presented depend on the mailbox type. Typically select either
Mailbox > Out of office > On or Mailbox Settings > Out of office > Off, but these
settings depend on your mailbox provider.
4. To enter the text for the reply, select Out of Office Reply.
Note that you can select different email accounts for your Business and Personal
settings.
1. To set up your primary and secondary email accounts, go to Menu > Ctrl. Panel
> Modes and set up Email notifications.
2. When Mailbox appears, select the Primary tab.
3. Select the mailbox you want to designate as your primary account. This may be
your Vertu.Me account.
4. Scroll to select the Secondary tab, then select the mailbox you want for your
secondary email.
5. Press OK to save and exit.
Synchronizing email messages
Setting up your default mailbox
Set an out-of-office reply
Synchronize email messages between your phone and the email server as follows.
1. Press the Email key, then highlight the email account you want, but do not open it.
2. Select Options >Synchronize all.
3. To cancel the synchronization process, select Options > Cancel
synchronization
4. To stop the synchronization and work with email without a network connection,
select Options > Disconnect all.
5. To reopen the network connection, select Options > Connect all.
To set the default mailbox for your Vertu phone:
1. Select Messaging > Options > Settings > Email > Default mailbox.
2. Highlight the mailbox you want, then the press Middle Select key to activate it.
3. Press Back to save and exit.
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Email
Setting up Lotus Notes Traveler
Global Settings
Follow the instructions provided in the configuration wizard. You must enter your user
ID, password, server name, and access point information, which may be your WLAN.
You may have to update the Advanced Settings, which allow you to select the sync
protocol and port numbers to use and the servlet the phone accesses.
The View Log option provides details on the communication between devices.
Once set up, Lotus Notes Traveler provides you with a mailbox that is synchronized
with your Lotus Notes corporate email account; it is used in a similar way to the other
email accounts.
Message list
Select whether the email messages in the inbox display one
layout
or two lines of text.
Body text preview Preview messages when scrolling through the list of email
messages in the inbox.
Title dividers
To expand and collapse the list of email messages, select On.
Download
Set the device to display a notification when an email
notifications
attachment has been downloaded.
Warn before
Set the device to display a warning before you delete an email
delete
message.
Home screen
Set how many lines of email are displayed in the home screen
information area.
Email settings
Access Email settings as follows:
Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Email.
The following options become available:
• Global settings for your email accounts.
• Settings for individual email accounts
• Personal information management (PIM)
It is also possible to access email settings using the pathways below, but some
functions are accessed in alternative ways.
• Messaging key, then select Options > Settings > Email and the relevant email
account.
• Email key, select the relevant account, then select Options > Settings and
choose one of the available options.
Note that in certain circumstances, Global settings only appear when you select
Back from within the Mailbox settings for an account.
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Email accounts
For each email account, the following settings are displayed: Mailbox, What to
sync, and When to sync:
To access the email accounts:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Email.
2. Highlight the mailbox account you want, then open it with the Middle Select key.
The options available vary, depending on the type of email accounts that have been
set up. If no email accounts have been configured, few options are displayed.
Options include:
• Global settings
• Mailbox settings
• Account settings
• What to sync
• When to sync
Email
Generic Mailbox Settings
Highlight the relevant mailbox account, then select it with the Middle Select key. The
settings for that mailbox are displayed.
Displays details of the mailbox settings, including mailbox name, user name,
password, and domain.
Port
APOP secure
login
NOTE: Note that the options available vary according to email provider.
Enter the number of the port to use for connecting to the
incoming email server. Options are Default Setting or User
Defined.
APOP is an extension to POP3 and uses secures
mechanisms to transfer user names and passwords during
the login transaction. Options are On or Off. This must be
supported by the email service provider.
Outgoing email settings
Mailbox
My email address
Reply-to address
Mailbox name
Mailbox type
My name
User name
Password
Server name
Use signature
Signature line
Advanced mailb.
settings
Displays the full email address of the account.
Optional reply address.
Name of the email account, such as Hotmail or Google.
Options are POP3 or IMAP4.
Enter the name you want displayed when you send an email.
Account user name.
Account password.
Defined by the email provider.
Options are On or Off. Email Signature allows you to place a
line of text automatically at the end of every email, such as
your name.
Enter the line of text that you want to enter for your signature.
Options presented vary with the email provider. They can be
Port and Secure connection, or Incoming email settings and
Outgoing email settings, as displayed in the table below.
Incoming email settings
User name
Password
Incoming mail
server
Access point in
use
Security
Displays the full email address of the account.
Account password.
Select the type of server that hosts your email server. This can
be POP3 or IMAP4. Normally set automatically.
The access point can be defined if you are not using the
preferred access point. Options are Always Ask or User Defined.
Select the required type of security, if any. Options are On
(StartTLS), On (SSL/TLS), or Off.
User
authentication
User name
Password
Outgoing mail
server
Access point in
use
Security
Port
Options are None, Same as for incoming or User
authentication.
The user name assigned to you by your email service
provider.
Enter and verify you login password.
Name of the outgoing SMTP email server.
Always ask or user defined
Options are On (SSL/TLS), On (StartTLS), or Off.
Default or user defined
Generic mailbox: What to Sync
Options are Only headers, Less than (kb) (which you can
define), and Body text and attach.
Emails to retrieve Options are All or Number of emails (which you can define).
Retrieve
Generic mailbox: When to Sync
What to sync
When to sync
Options are Yes and No. Old emails can be removed after a
user-defined time limit using the Remove mail older than
command.
Set up the Connection days, Connection hours, Update
interval, and Retrieve when abroad. Select Only in home
network to avoid roaming charges.
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Account information
Nokia Messaging
Some accounts display account information related to that mailbox.
Nokia Messaging automatically pushes email from your existing email address to
your Vertu phone, which allows you to read, respond to, and organize your emails on
the go.
This messaging service works with a number of popular Internet email providers,
such as Google email services.
Nokia Messaging must be supported by your network and may not be available in all
regions. The Nokia Messaging application is preinstalled on your Vertu phone.
It can run the service on your device even if you have installed other email
applications that do not use Nokia Messaging.
User name
Password
Server name
Phone number
Access point
The user name assigned to you by your email service provider.
Password for your email account
Name of the SMTP email server
Any associated phone number
Normally set by your service provider
PIM settings
Personal information settings, or PIM management, are used to set up
synchronization settings for Calendar, Contacts, and To-do lists.
Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Email > Applications.
Select Calendar
Calendar sync
Remove entr. older
than
Initial sync
Options are Yes or No
Old items can be removed after a specified time limit.
The options are Delete items on phone and Keep items
on phone.
Select Contacts
Calendar sync
Initial sync
Options are Yes or No
The options are Delete items on phone and Keep items
on phone.
Select To-do
To-do sync
Initial sync
Sync completed todos
Options are Yes or No
The options are Delete items on phone and Keep items
on phone.
The options are Yes and No.
Select If Conflict
If conflict
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The options are Server wins and Device wins.
NOTE: It is possible to decline the Nokia Messaging service and then set
up your email account in the regular way using the IMAP/POP3 services
used by your email provider.
Vertu Services
Vertu Services
If you are unable to contact Vertu Concierge using the Concierge key,
call +44 870 737 5535.
Vertu provides a number of exclusive services to enhance the user experience with
your Vertu phone. These include Vertu Select, City Brief, Vertu Concierge,
Technical support, Remote Assist, and Download.
Select Menu > Vertu.
Vertu Technical Support
Vertu Concierge
Should you require technical help with using your Vertu phone, simply call or email Vertu
Technical support using the Concierge key and select Support. If you are unable to
contact Technical support using the Concierge key, call +44 125 286 7500. Visit the
website www.vertu.com for local numbers.
Vertu Technical support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Vertu Remote Assist
Vertu Concierge is a dedicated and independent lifestyle assistance service
available globally 24/7 in your preferred language. Your Vertu Constellation Quest
comes with 12 months complimentary access to this service, once you have
registered the product. Your experience will begin with a personalized call designed
to introduce you to the service, understand your needs, and capture your
preferences. This ensures your relationship with Vertu Concierge is a rich and
rewarding one, meeting your needs and delivering unique opportunities.
To contact Vertu Concierge:
Press the Vertu Concierge key (key 2) on the left side of your phone (screen facing
you), select Vertu Concierge, then select Voice call or Send email.
On a single-use basis and provided Vertu has your consent, this utility enables
Vertu's Technical Support team to remotely access your phone. It is used to assist
you with any problems setting up or using your phone. Please contact Technical
Support before trying to use this service.
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Vertu Services
Vertu Select
Registration
Vertu Select delivers original articles selected to inspire, inform, and entertain,
based on your region, preferences, and passions. Written by selected experts and
organizations, Vertu Select appears on your Vertu Constellation Quest in the media
feeds on the Home screen following registration of the product. The content is often
linked to exclusive offers accessed through Concierge.
When your Vertu phone is switched on for the first time, you are taken through a few
simple steps to set up your phone. Prior to setup, you must insert a valid SIM card into
your Constellation Quest and be in a location with cellular data connectivity.
You will first be asked to accept the terms and conditions. This will automatically
enable the phone to use the core features of your Constellation Quest.
City Brief
Vertu City Brief is an independently written series of destination guides. Each guide
is automatically presented to you on your Vertu Constellation Quest when you are in
that location. City Brief provides helpful advice and suggestions on where to eat,
drink, and visit during your stay.
The link appears on the Home screen. To access City Brief, highlight the area on the
Home screen, then press the Middle Select key; City Brief opens in the Web browser.
City Brief is updated regularly so you can always be confident the information is
accurate and relevant. New destinations are added on a regular basis.
You will then be asked to register the product, which is essential for enabling the
extensive free services offered on your Constellation Quest. If you are already a
registered customer, you must enter your user name and password. If not,
registration is quick, as all you have to do is enter a few details. To complete the
registration, you must enter the serial number of your Constellation Quest, which is
found on the battery cover at the back of the phone.
If you do not register your phone at initial setup, you can do so later by selecting
Registration in the Vertu menu.
Vertu Downloads
Vertu Downloads allows access to downloadable content carefully selected by Vertu
to be appropriate for Constellation Quest customers.
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Serial Number
Calendar
Calendar
The Calendar feature works like an electronic diary. It allows you to keep track of your
appointments, meetings, and other events, such as birthdays. You can also create
To-do lists.
In Month view, all calendar entries are marked with a triangle. The Anniversary
entries are marked with a triangle and an exclamation point. The entries of the
selected day are displayed in a list.
Clock
Appointments for the next 12 hours are displayed on the analog Clock, their
durations displayed around the bevel of the clock (See “Clock” on page 25.).
Calendar
By default, Calendar appears in Month view. Calendar can appear in Week view,
Day view, or Agenda view or by To-do list. You can change the display at any time.
The default view is selected in Calendar Settings. The procedures described below
assume that the default, Month view, is enabled.
Opening Calendar
1. To open Calendar, press the dedicated Calendar key
Or select Menu > Calendar.
2. Move around the calendar and select the relevant date with the Middle Select
key. Calendar then opens to display the Day view, by hour.
3. Whenever you see the triangle icon, scroll across the icon to view the event on
the right. To close the list, scroll away from the icon.
Calendar entries
You can create the following types of Calendar entries:
• Meeting entries remind you of events that have a specific date and time.
• Meeting request are invitations that you can send to participants. Before you
create a Meeting request you must have a compatible mailbox configured on
your phone.
• Memo entries are related to the whole day but not to a specific time of day.
• Anniversary entries remind you of birthdays and special dates. They refer to a
certain day but not a specific time of day. Anniversary entries are repeated every
year.
• To-do entries remind you of a task that has a due date but not a specific time of
day. A priority can be attached to a To-do entry.
Calendar views
Calendar views display the following information:
• Month view shows the current month and calendar entries of the selected day in
a list.
• Week view shows the events for the selected week in seven day boxes.
• Day view shows the events for the selected day grouped into time slots according
to their starting times.
• To-do view shows all to-do items.
• Agenda view shows the events for the selected day in a list.
To change the view:
Select Options > Change View and the desired view.
TIP: You can quickly move between views using the shortcut keys: Month
view (M), Week view (W), Day view (D), Agenda view (A), and To-do
view (T).
Go to a date
Go to date takes you directly to the chosen date.
1. Press the Calendar key.
2. Select Options > Go to date.
3. Enter the required date into the panel, then press OK. Calendar reappears with
the selected date highlighted in the default display format.
To move to the next or previous day in Month view, Week view, Day view, and
Agenda view, select the desired day using the scroll keys.
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Creating a meeting entry
Creating a meeting request
To create a reminder for an event at a specific time:
1. Press the Calendar key, then choose a date.
2. Press Options > New entry then Meeting (N). A new meeting panel appears.
3. Alternatively, with Calendar open at the Day view, scroll to the time when you
want the meeting to take place, then press the Middle Select key, when a yellow
line displays with the
icon. Use the Up and Down scroll keys to select the
duration of the meeting, then press the Middle Select key again. A New
meeting panel appears.
4. Overtype the (Enter subject) field with a suitable description.
5. Enter the start and end times and dates, or select the All day event option.
6. Enter the Location.
7. Select an Alarm time for the event, if desired. The alarm can be set to one of a
number of fixed time intervals before the meeting, (ranging from a number of
days to 0 minutes), or the alarm can be turned off.
If an All day event is selected, the first option offered is to turn the alarm On or
Off. If On is selected, you can select a time and date for the alarm. The system
defaults to 12 pm of the previous day.
8. For a recurring meeting, set the recurrence time (Daily, Weekly, Biweekly
Monthly, OR Yearly). Enter the Repeat until date.
9. By default, the priority is set to Public, but Private or None can be selected using
the left or right scroll key.
To create a new Calendar meeting request and invite other participants:
1. Press the Calendar key and choose a date.
2. Press Options > New entry then Meeting request.
3. If you have a number of email accounts, select the relevant email account when
prompted.
4. A New meeting panel appears. Under the (Required) heading, press the
Middle Select key when the list of possible contacts appears. Scroll through the
list and select individual contacts using the Middle Select key to select
individuals. When the selection is complete, press OK to enter the names.
Alternatively, to add names from your contacts list, enter the first few characters,
then select from the proposed matches. To add optional participants, select
Options > Add optional participants.
5. Complete the remainder of the panel as described for “Creating a meeting entry”
on page 74.
6. Press Done to save the entry if you are not ready to send the meeting request.
7. Select Options > Send, which sends the meeting to a compatible device by
message, email, or Bluetooth.
Priority defines how the entry is handled during synchronization. Select Private
to hide the entry from viewers if the calendar is available online. Select Public to
make the entry visible to viewers, or select None, in which case the entry is not
copied to your computer.
10.Enter a meeting description, if desired.
11.Press Done to save the entry, or select Options > Save, and a confirmation
message is displayed.
TIP: You can quickly create a new Meeting entry by pressing the N key
when the Calendar is displayed.
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Creating a new Calendar memo
To create a new Calendar memo:
1. Press the Calendar key and choose a date.
2. Press Options > New entry then Memo.
3. A New memo panel appears. Enter the subject of the memo, then scroll down to
enter the memo details, if desired. The date of the selected day is displayed,
which you can change.
4. Set the priority as described for “Creating a meeting entry” on page 74.
5. Press Done to save the entry.
6. Select Options and Save, Delete, Send, or Edit an existing entry. Send enables
you to send the Memo to a compatible device via a message, email, or
Bluetooth.
Printing options are set up from the Options menu.
Calendar
Creating an anniversary entry
Edit a Calendar item
To create a reminder for an event at a specific time:
1. Press the Calendar key and choose a date.
2. Press Options > New entry then Anniversary.
A New Anniversary panel appears.
3. Overtype the Enter occasion field with a suitable description.
4. Change or accept the selected date.
5. You can set an early warning reminder for the event. If the alarm is set to Off, no
alarm or reminder options are displayed.
6. Select the reminder time and date options for the event, if desired.
7. Set the priority as described for “Creating a meeting entry” on page 74.
8. Enter a description of the Anniversary, if desired.
9. Press Done to save the entry, or select Options > Save, and a confirmation
message is displayed.
To edit an existing Calendar item:
1. Press the Calendar key.
2. Scroll to the relevant date where the triangle appears, then press the Middle
Select key to select that day. Scroll to the relevant item entry and highlight it, then
press the Middle Select key to open the item.
3. Press Options > Edit to make the Memo available for editing.
4. Scroll through the item, making changes as necessary.
5. To save the changes, press Done or Options > Save.
Creating a to-do entry
To create a To-do entry at a specific time:
1. Press the Calendar key and choose a date.
2. Press Options > New entry then To-do.
A new To-do panel appears.
3. Overtype the Enter subject field with a suitable description.
4. Change or accept the selected date.
5. You can set an early warning reminder for the event. If the alarm is set to Off, no
alarm or date reminder options are displayed.
6. The To-do list can be prioritized. Options are Low, Normal, or High.
7. Select the reminder time and date options for the event, if desired.
8. Set the priority as described for “Creating a meeting entry” (above).
9. Enter a description of the To-do reminder, if desired.
10.Press Done to save the entry, or select Options > Save, and a confirmation
message is displayed.
Moving a Calendar item
This procedure describes how to move a Calendar item by changing the date.
To move a Calendar item:
1. Open the relevant item as described above for editing a Calendar item.
2. Press Options > Edit to make the Memo available for editing.
3. Change the date using the scroll keys and keyboard to make changes.
4. To save the changes, press Options > Save.
Copying a Calendar item
This describes how to copy a Calendar item to another location. Note that not all
elements of an item can be copied (such as the date):
1. Open the relevant item as described (see “Edit a Calendar item” on page 75).
2. Press Options > Edit to make the item available for editing.
3. Place the cursor in the relevant location where the Copy will start, then select
Options > Editing options > Copy. Press the Left Select key that displays
Start. Press Start, then use the scroll keys to highlight the text you want to copy.
Now press the Left Select key that displays Copy. A message appears stating
Text copied to clipboard.
4. Navigate to another item where you want to place the text you copied, then place
the cursor in the correct location.
5. Follow steps 1 to 3 as described above, then select Paste and the text is pasted
to that location.
6. Press Options > Save to save the changes. A confirmation message is
displayed.
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Deleting a Calendar item
1. Press the Calendar key.
2. Scroll to the relevant date where the triangle appears, then press the Middle
Select key to select that day. Scroll to the relevant item entry and highlight it, then
press the Middle Select key to open the item.
3. Press Options > Entry, and a Delete entry? message appears. Select Yes to
delete the item.
The options presented vary according to context. Options presented include
Delete an individual entry and the Before date option which enables you to
delete everything before a user-defined date, which must be in the past.
If the item is a recurring meeting, you are offered the option to Delete this
occurrence, or to Delete the series.
Sending Calendar items
You can send Calendar items in the following ways:
• In the body of a text message or multimedia message. The message type
depends on the details of the Calendar note.
• As an attachment to a multimedia message.
• As a Calendar note.
• Via Bluetooth.
To send a Calendar item in a text message:
1. Press the Calendar key.
2. Scroll to the date of the event, then press the Middle Select key to display the
events for the day.
3. Scroll to the event and highlight it.
4. Select Options > Send, then select Via message.
5. Press the Select key.
6. Add a recipient or recipient group to the message, then select Send. A
confirmation message is displayed when the Calendar note has been sent.
For further information on messages, refer to “Messages” on page 56.
To send a Calendar item as an attachment to an email message:
1. Press the Calendar key.
2. Scroll to the date of the event, then press the Middle Select key to display the
events for the day.
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3. Scroll to the event and highlight it.
4. Select Options > Send, then select Via email. Select an email account, if
prompted.
5. Press the Middle Select key, and your email account opens. The Calendar entry
is attached automatically to the email.
6. Scroll to the To list, then press the Middle Select key when the email contacts list
appears. Highlight a recipient, then press OK. Add additional recipients to the
message, if desired.
7. Select Options > Send. A confirmation message is displayed when the
message has been sent or, if the phone is offline, the message has been placed
in the Outbox.
To send a Calendar item using Via Bluetooth:
1. Press the Calendar key.
2. Scroll to the date of the event, then press the Middle Select key to display the
events for the day.
3. Scroll to the event and highlight it.
4. Select Options > Send, then select Via Bluetooth.
5. Your Vertu phone will search for nearby Bluetooth devices and display them in a
list. (Alternatively, the phone displays the message Activate Bluetooth in
offline mode? Select Yes to continue.
6. Select the device to which you want to send the Calendar memo. Your Vertu
phone connects to the device and sends the memo. A confirmation message is
displayed when the note has been sent.
For further information on Bluetooth, refer to “Bluetooth connectivity” on page 87.
Receiving Calendar items
When you receive a Calendar item, a notification is displayed.
To save a Calendar memo you received:
1. Open the received message, which displays the details of the memo.
2. Select Options using the Left Select key.
3. Select Save to Calendar to save the item.
4. The confirmation message “Calendar entry saved” is displayed.
To discard a received Calendar item without saving it:
1. Open the received message, which displays the details of the memo.
2. Select Options using the Left Select key.
3. Select Delete to delete the memo.
Calendar
Calendar settings
Calendar views
The Calendar Settings menu allows you to set up Calendar to suit your preferences.
You can set up the following:
• Calendar alarm tone
• Alarm snooze time
• Default view
• Week starts on
• Title of week view
• Shortcuts
• Default mailbox
Calendar will revert back to the configuration applied in the Settings menu.
The default Calendar view is the Month view. However, Calendar can also appear
in Week view, Day view, Agenda view, and To-do formats.
Calendar alarm tone
To set the first day of the week:
1. Press the Calendar key, then select Options > Settings.
2. Scroll to Week starts on, then press the Middle Select key to display the days of
the week.
3. Use the Up and Down scroll keys to select the first day of the week.
4. Press the Middle Select key to save and close the function.
5. Press Back to exit.
The Calendar alarm tone is played when an alarm is set for a Calendar meeting,
event, or to-do list.
To set the Calendar alarm tone:
1. Press the Calendar key, then select Options > Settings.
2. Scroll to Calendar alarm tone, then press the Middle Select key to display the list.
3. Scroll through the list and select a tone.
4. Press the Middle Select key to save and close the function.
5. Press Back to exit.
Alarm snooze time
You can set the alarm snooze time to any time from 1 minute to 60 minutes.
To set the alarm snooze time:
1. Press the Calendar key, then select Options > Settings.
2. Scroll to Alarm snooze time, then press the Middle Select key to display the
setting.
3. Use the Left and Right scroll keys to set the value.
4. Press the Middle Select key to save and close the function.
5. Press Back to exit.
To set the Default view
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press the Calendar key, then select Options > Settings.
Scroll to Default view, then press the Middle Select key to display the list.
Scroll through the list and highlight a setting.
Press the Middle Select key to save and close the function.
Press Back to exit.
First day of week
Title of week view
This is a toggle function that allows you to have the Week number or Duration of
week as the title of the weekly view in Calendar.
1. Press the Calendar key, then select Options > Settings.
2. Scroll to Title of week view, then press the scroll keys to toggle between the two
options.
3. Press the Middle Select key to save and close the function.
4. Press Back to exit.
Shortcuts
This is a toggle function that enables or disables Calendar shortcuts:
1. Press the Calendar key, then select Options > Settings.
2. Scroll to Shortcuts, then press the Middle Select key to toggle Shortcuts On or
Off.
3. Scroll away from the function, then press Back to exit.
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Default mailbox
This option only displays when at least one mailbox has been set up. It allows you to
connect your Calendar to a particular email address.
1. Press the Calendar key, then select Options > Settings.
2. Scroll to Default mailbox, then press the Middle Select key to display the list of
available mailboxes.
3. Use the Up and Down scroll keys to select the relevant email address.
4. Press the Middle Select key to save and close the function.
5. Press Back to exit.
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Camera
Camera
You can include the following options in the toolbar:
Image
Your Vertu phone is equipped with a digital camera you can use to take photos and
record video clips. The camera can also capture panoramic views.
Photos are saved in JPEG (.jpg) format, and video clips are saved in 3GPP (.3gp)
format.
Shortcut
name
Add
shortcut
Description
Video
mode
Switches to video mode.
Scene
modes
Lists the available shortcuts and adds the selected
shortcuts to the toolbar.
1. Select Menu > Media > Camera
Or use the Right Select key which by default is set up to open the Camera, but
note that this can be changed.
Panorama
Selects the scene mode in the toolbar.
For still images, options include Automatic, User Defined,
Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night, and Night portrait.
(see “Scene modes” on page 80 for more information on the
user-defined scene modes.)
For video, the only available options are Automatic or Night.
Switches to panorama mode.
Toolbar
Flash
Selects the flash mode (images only).
Self-timer
Switches to self-timer (images only), allowing you to set a
time to take the photo.
Seq. mode
Switches to sequence mode (images only), allowing you to
select the number of photos you want to take in a single
click.
Opens the destination where the photos are saved.
Opening Camera
The toolbar is displayed on the right side of the camera application. Once the camera
function has been opened, press the Left Select key or Right Select key and the
toolbar appears.
1. Use the Up or Down scroll bars to select an option, and the name of the selected
option is displayed.
2. Select the option by pressing the Middle Select key.
3. The toolbar will close automatically after a few seconds.
The toolbar provides you with shortcuts to different items and settings before and
after capturing an image or recording a video clip. The items displayed in the toolbar
are context sensitive and can be customized by adding shortcuts of your choice to
the toolbar.
To customize the camera toolbar, switch to image mode (for taking still images), then
select Options > Customize toolbar.
Go to
Photos
To capture an image
1. On the Home screen, press the Right Select key to activate the camera.
2. The icon in the upper-left corner shows whether the camera is in image
,
panorama, or video
mode. Press the Left Select or Right Select key to
display the toolbar. Select the image mode icon in the toolbar using the Up or
Down scroll keys. Then select the
option with the Middle Select key.
3. Position your Vertu phone to take a portrait or landscape photo. The camera
orientation automatically changes as you move the phone.
4. Aim the camera at the subject, then press the Middle Select key to capture the
image.
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Camera
5. To zoom in or out before capturing an image, use the Up or Down scroll keys or
the Volume keys. A slider appears on the right side showing the extent of the
zoom.
A preview of the photo is displayed. Press Back to return to the camera function, or
work with the image, as described in “Working with captured images and
videos” on page 82.
TIP: The number of photos that you can store on your Vertu phone with the
current settings is shown at the top right of the screen when the toolbar is
displayed.
To capture a video clip
1. On the Home screen, press the Right Select key to activate the camera.
2. The icon in the upper-left corner shows whether the camera is in image
or
video
mode. Press the Left Select or Right Select key to display the toolbar.
Select the Video Mode icon in the toolbar using the Up or Down scroll keys. Then
select the
option with the Middle Select key.
3. Press and release the Middle Select key to start the recording. Use the Left
Select or Right Select key (Stop or Pause) to control the recording. If Pause is
selected, press the Right Select key to continue recording.
4. To zoom in or out, use the Up/Down scroll keys, or the Volume keys. A slider
appears on the right side showing the extent of the zoom.
The status bar at the top of the screen displays information about the recording, as
displayed in the table below.
The red dot indicates recording is in progress; flashing blue lines indicate
that recording is paused.
0.54.10 Elapsed time for the current video clip.
Graphical representation showing the elapsed time of the recording.
1.23.15 Remaining memory for video clip storage (in H:MM:SS) on the selected
storage medium.
Symbol displays the quality of the recording (small blocks =High;
larger blocks =Normal).
Format of the video recording, such as MP4.
Icon indicates the selected storage medium for the video clip, such as
phone or memory card.
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View the video clip by pressing the Play
icon.
Press Back to return to the camera function.
Panorama mode
Select panorama mode from the Options menu or by pressing the Panorama icon
in the toolbar. Panorama applies only to still images. It allows you to select
multiple images and automatically join them to create a panoramic view.
To take an image in panoramic view, press the Middle Select key to take the first
image, then turn to the next position, as shown by the red rectangle on the screen,
and the phone will automatically take the next image. Turn to subsequent positions,
and the camera will take up to six images as it captures the panoramic view. The
camera then joins the individual images into one panoramic view. Press Cancel or
Stop if you want to end the process early.
Scene modes
The options present for scene mode will differ when in image mode or video mode.
A variety of image capture modes are available and optimized for specific conditions.
Below is a list of options available in image mode.
Image
Mode
Automatic
Description
All camera settings are adjusted automatically
User
Defined
Creates, edits, and saves your customized settings
Portrait
Ideal to capture portrait images
Landscape
Ideal to capture outdoor images
Sport
Ideal to capture fast-moving images
Night
Ideal to capture images in low light without flash
Night
portrait
Ideal to capture portraits in low light with flash
When the camera is in video mode, the options in scene mode are Automatic and
Night.
Camera
Flash setting
Camera setup
1. Highlight the flash icon
in the toolbar, then press the Middle Select key.
2. Select the relevant option, and the appropriate icon appears in the toolbar.
Options include Automatic, On, Reduce red eye, and Off.
3. This option is retained until a change is made.
A number of parameters can be set for taking still images or video clips; they are
determined from the context-sensitive Options > Settings. The settings vary for
images and video.
Self-timer
To modify still image settings, select the image mode, select Options > Settings and
from the following:
To take a photo using the self-timer:
1. With Camera in image mode, select the Self-timer option
in the toolbar.
2. You get a list of options to choose from: Off, 2 seconds, 10 seconds, and 20
seconds. Select the relevant option and press OK.
When you are ready to take the photo, press Activate. An audible countdown starts
and the image is captured.
Sequence mode
This allows you to capture several images in a sequence, if enough memory is
available.
Use the Left Select or Right Select key to display the toolbar, select the Sequence
mode
from the options, then press the Middle Select key.
A number of options are available, ranging from a single shot to a user-determined
sequence. The sequence setting captures six shots or, if the key is held down, shots
are taken continuously until the memory available runs out.
Alternatively, select a specific time interval ranging from every 10 seconds to every
30 minutes to take images continuously until the memory runs out.
• Press Cancel to stop the capture process.
• The image is displayed along with a toolbar that appears on the right displaying a
list of options you can use to work on the captured images.
• Select the Options button to delete the image, delete the sequence, or go to the
Gallery where all the images are present.
• To deactivate sequence mode, select Sequence mode > Single shot in the
toolbar.
Image settings
Settings
Image quality
Description
Set the image quality. The better the image quality, the more
memory the image consumes. Displays the image size for each
resolution.
Specify the album to which the recorded videos are saved.
To see the image after the capture, select Yes. To continue
capturing images immediately, select Off.
Specify the default name for the captured images.
Add to Album
Show captured
image
Default image
name
Extended digital The On (continuous) option allows the zoom increments to be
zoom
smooth and continuous between the digital and extended
digital zoom. The Off option allows a limited amount of zoom
while retaining the image resolution.
Capture tone
Set the tone that sounds when you capture an image.
Memory in use
Select where to store your images.
Restore camera Restore the camera settings to the default values.
settings
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Video settings
Working with captured images and videos
To modify video image settings, with the video camera selected, select Options >
Settings and from the following:
The images and videos you capture are automatically saved in Menu > Media >
Gallery > Images.
Once an image or video has been taken, the phone offers a choice of actions available
in the context-sensitive toolbar. The available options vary for images and videos.
Settings
Video quality
Description
Set the quality of the video clip. Options are High, Normal, or
Sharing. Select Sharing if you want to send the video clip in a
multimedia message. The clip is recorded at OCIF resolution in
3GPP file format, and the size is limited to 300 KB (approximately
20 seconds). You may not be able to send video clips saved in the
MPEG-4 file format in a multimedia message. The remaining
recording time is displayed for the selected option.
Audio
Select Mute if you do not want to record sound. An icon appears
recording
on the screen when Mute is selected.
Add to Album Specify the album to which the recorded videos are saved.
Show captured View the first frame of the recorded video clip after the recording
video
stops. To view the entire video clip, select Play in the toolbar.
Default video
Define the default name for recorded video clips.
name
Memory in use Select where to store your video clips.
Restore camera Restore the camera settings to the default values.
settings
Image
Description
View in portrait switches the image between Portrait and Landscape
views
Play the video clip
Send image/video by message, Bluetooth, or upload to the Outbox
Sign in for Share Online so that you can share images with your online
friends
Go to Photos takes you to that particular image/video
Add to Album
Details provides information about the image/video clip, including
resolution, typically 2592 x 1944. Allows you to tag the image and add an
image description
Delete the image or video clip
There are particular options available in the options menu for images and videos.
Pressing the Left Select key brings up a list of options:
For images:
To printer or kiosk
Set as wallpaper
Assign to contact
Rename image
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Select a printer or destination for the image
Sets the image as the current wallpaper
Links the image to a specific contact or contact group
Rename with a meaningful filename
Camera
For videos:
Set as ringtone
Set as contact
ringtone
Rename video
clip
Set the video clip as a ringtone for your Profile or a selection of
your Profiles.
Set the video clip as the ringtone for a specific contact.
Shortcuts
Wh. balance
Rename the video clip.
Brightness
Add shortcuts
This option enables you to add items to the Camera toolbar. To access Add
shortcut, when in image mode, select Options, the Customize toolbar, then Add
shortcut. Options are available to add All shortcuts and Restore defaults.
Image
Image
Shortcuts
Color tone
Description
Changes the color tone before capture.
Contrast
Can be varied from High to Low using a slider.
A preview is shown alongside.
Edit toolbar
Manages the shortcuts on the toolbar.
Exposure
Allows you to compensate for dark or light
conditions using a slider, ranging from two
stops overexposed to two stops
underexposed.
Sets the light for the image before capture. The
options are:
• Automatic
• Low
• Medium
• High
Sets the sharpness of the image to one of three
levels: Hard, Normal, or Soft.
Light sensitivity
Sharpness
Viewfinder
Description
Sets the white balance before capture to:
• Automatic
• Sunny
• Cloudy
• Incandescent
• Fluorescent
Sets the brightness before capturing an image.
To view images and videos
You can view images and videos using the Camera application and through the Menu.
Through the camera:
1. Select the image or video mode in Camera.
2. Select the Go to Photos option in the toolbar. This opens the last captured
image.
3. Using the Right Select key, select Back, which displays other images.
4. All the captured images are displayed along with the month it was captured, the
albums present in the gallery, any tagged images, any downloaded images, and
the images being shared online.
You can also view images and videos in the menu. To do this, select Menu > Media
> Gallery.
Sets the grid while capturing an image.
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Connectivity
Connectivity
Network settings
Your device can automatically switch between the GSM and UMTS networks.
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings and Phone > Network and from the following:
Network mode
Your Vertu phone can be connected to the Internet or another compatible device or
PC in a number of ways, which are described in this section.
Data connections and access points
Your Vertu phone supports packet data connections (network service), such as
GPRS in the GSM network. When using your phone in GSM and UMTS networks,
multiple data connections can be active at the same time, and access points can
share a data connection. In the UMTS network, data connections remain active
during voice calls.
You can also use a WLAN data connection. Only one connection in one wireless LAN
can be active at a time, but several applications can use the same Internet access
point.
To establish a data connection, an access point is required.
You can define different kinds of access points, including the following:
• MMS access point to send and receive multimedia messages
• Internet access point (IAP) to send and receive email and connect to the Internet
Check with your service provider for the type of access point you need for the service
you want to access. For availability and subscription to packet data connection
services, contact your service provider.
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Operator
selection
Cell info display
Select which network to use. If you select Dual mode, the
device automatically uses the GSM or UMTS network,
according to the network parameters and the roaming
agreements between the wireless service providers.
For details and roaming costs, contact your network service
provider. This option is shown only if supported by the
wireless service provider.
A roaming agreement is an agreement between two or more
service providers to allow users of one service provider to use
the services of other service providers.
Select Automatic to set the device to search for and select
any of the available networks. Select Manual to manually
select the network from a list of available networks. If the
connection to the manually selected network is lost, the
device sounds an error tone and asks you to reselect a
network. The selected network must have a roaming
agreement with your home cellular network.
Set the device to indicate when it is used in a cellular network
based on microcellular network (MCN) technology and to
activate cell info reception.
Connectivity
Wireless LAN
Your device can detect and connect to wireless local area networks (WLAN). Using
a WLAN, you can connect your device to the Internet and compatible devices that
have WLAN support.
About WLAN
To use a wireless LAN (WLAN) connection, it must be available in the location, and
your device must be connected to the WLAN. Some WLANs are protected, and you
need an access key from the service provider to connect to them.
NOTE: In France, you are only allowed to use WLAN indoors.
Features that use WLAN or that are allowed to run in the background while using
other features increase the demand on battery power and reduce battery life.
IMPORTANT: Always enable one of the available encryption methods to
increase the security of your wireless LAN connection. Using Encryption
reduces the risk of unauthorized access to your data.
WLAN connections
To use a wireless LAN (WLAN) connection, you must create an Internet access
point (IAP) for WLAN. Use the access point for applications that need to connect to
the Internet.
A WLAN connection is established when you create a data connection using a
WLAN Internet access point. The active WLAN connection ends when you end the
data connection.
You can use WLAN during a voice call or when packet data is active. You can only be
connected to one WLAN access point device at a time, but several applications can
use the same Internet access point.
When the device is in the offline profile, you can still use WLAN (if available).
Remember to comply with any applicable safety requirements when establishing and
using a WLAN connection.
TIP: To check the unique media access control (MAC) address that
identifies your device, enter *#62209526# on the home screen.
WLAN wizard
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Connectivity > WLAN wiz.
The WLAN wizard helps you connect to a wireless LAN (WLAN) and manage your
WLAN connections.
If the search finds WLANs, you can create an Internet access point (IAP) for a
connection and start the Web browser using the IAP by selecting the connection and
Start Web browsing from the Options menu.
If you select a secure WLAN, you are asked to enter the relevant password. To
connect to a hidden network, you must enter the correct network name (service set
identifier: SSID).
If you already have the Web browser running using the currently active WLAN
connection, to return to the Web browser, select Cont. Web browsing. To end the
active connection, select the connection and Disconnect WLAN.
WLAN Internet access points
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Connectivity > WLAN wiz. and Options.
Select from the following:
Filter WLAN
networks
Details
Filter out wireless LANs (WLAN) from the list of detected
networks. The selected networks are not displayed the next
time the application searches for WLANs.
View the details of a network shown in the list. If you select an
active connection, the connection details are displayed.
Operating modes
There are two operating modes in WLAN: infrastructure and ad hoc.
The infrastructure operating mode allows two kinds of communication: wireless
devices are connected to each other through a WLAN access point device, or wireless
devices are connected to a wired LAN through a WLAN access point device.
In the ad hoc operating mode, devices can send and receive data directly between
each other.
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Connectivity
WLAN settings
Active data connections
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > Connection > Wireless LAN.
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Connectivity > Conn. mgr.
Select Active data connections.
In the active data connections view, you can see the open data connections:
Packet data connections
Wireless LAN (WLAN) connections.
To have an indicator displayed when there is a Wireless LAN
(WLAN) available in your current location, select Show
WLAN availability > Yes.
Scan for networks To select the interval for your device to scan for available
WLANs and to update the indicator, select Scan for
networks. This setting is not available unless you select
Show WLAN availability > Yes.
Internet
To set the device to test the Internet capability of the selected
connectivity test WLAN automatically, to ask for permission every time, or to
never perform the connectivity test, select Internet
connectivity test > Run automatically, Ask every time, or
Never run. If you select Run automatically or allow the test
to be performed when the device asks for permission, the
access point is saved to Internet Destinations when the
connectivity test is performed successfully.
Show WLAN
availability
To check the unique media access control (MAC) address that identifies your device,
enter *#62209526# on the home screen. The MAC address is displayed.
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NOTE: The actual bill for calls and services from your service provider may
vary, depending on network features, rounding off for billing, taxes, and so
forth.
• To end a connection, select Options > Disconnect.
• To close all open connections, select Options > Disconnect all.
• To view the details of a connection, select Options > Details.
Sync
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Phone > Sync.
Sync. allows you to synchronize your notes, calendar entries, text and multimedia
messages, browser bookmarks, and contacts with various compatible applications
on a compatible computer and over the Internet.
You may receive synchronization settings in a special message from your service
provider.
A synchronization profile contains the necessary settings for synchronization.
When you open the Sync. application, the default or previously used sync profile is
displayed. To modify the profile, scroll to a sync item, then select Mark to include it in
the profile or Unmark to leave it out.
• To manage sync profiles, select Options and the desired option.
• To synchronize data, select Options > Synchronize. To cancel synchronization
before it finishes, select Cancel.
Normally synchronization is with your PC using Ovi Suite.
Connectivity
Listed below are some typical settings for the Sync. process.
Sync profile name This is a descriptive name for the profile, such as Ovi Suite.
Server version
Email protocol version that you can use with your server. You
can only synchronize email with protocol version 1.2.
Server ID
Enter the server ID. This option is only available if you select
1.2 as the protocol version.
Data bearer
Select the connection type used to connect to the remote
database during synchronization (such as Bluetooth).
Host address
Enter the Web address of the server that contains the
database you want to synchronize your device with.
User name
Enter your user name to identify your device to the server.
Password
Enter your password to identify your device to the server.
Allow sync
To allow the remote server to start synchronizing
requests
automatically, select Automatically accept. To prevent
automatic synchronization, select Not allowed. To have the
server contact you for permission before starting
synchronization, select Ask first.
If present, enter your HTTPS user name and password.
Network user
name and
Password
Synchronization Define the direction of the synchronization process.
type
Contacts sync
Edit the Contacts synchronization settings.
settings
Calendar sync
Edit the Calendar synchronization settings (and other settings).
settings
Bluetooth connectivity
About Bluetooth connectivity
With Bluetooth connectivity, you can make a wireless connection to other compatible
devices, such as cell phones, computers, headsets, and car kits.
You can use the connection to send images, video clips, music and sound clips, and
notes, transfer files from your compatible PC, and print images with a compatible
printer.
Since devices with Bluetooth wireless technology communicate using radio waves,
they do not need to be in direct line of sight. However, they must be within 10 meters
(33 feet) of each other, although the connection may be subject to interference from
obstructions, such as walls, or other electronic devices.
This device is compliant with Bluetooth Specification 2.0 + EDR, supporting the
following profiles: Advanced Audio Distribution, Audio Video Remote Control, Basic
Imaging, Basic Printing, Dial-up Networking, File Transfer, Generic Access, Handsfree, Headset, Human Interface Device, Local Positioning, Object Push, Phone Book
Access, SIM Access, Serial Port, and Video Distribution. To ensure interoperability
between other devices supporting Bluetooth technology, use Vertu-approved
accessories for this model. Check with the manufacturers of other devices to
determine their compatibility with this device.
Features using Bluetooth technology increase the demand on battery power and
reduce battery life.
When the device is locked, only connections to authorized devices are possible.
Advanced settings allow you to define the synchronization process when Roaming
is operating.
The available options may vary.
Viewing the synchronization log
The synchronization log stores statistics about the data that has been transferred
when synchronizing your Vertu phone with a computer or server.
To view the synchronization log:
On the home screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Phone > Sync. > Options > View
log.
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Connectivity
Bluetooth settings
Send data using Bluetooth connectivity
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Connectivity > Bluetooth.
When you open the application for the first time, you are asked to define a name for
your device. You can change the name later.
Select from the following:
Several Bluetooth connections can be active at the same time. For example, if you
are connected to a compatible headset, you can also transfer files to another
compatible device at the same time.
1. Open the application where the item you want to send is stored.
2. Scroll to an item, then select Options > Send > Via Bluetooth.
Devices using Bluetooth technology within range are displayed.
Device icons are as follows:
computer
phone
audio or video device
other device
To interrupt the search, select Cancel.
3. Select the device you want to connect to.
4. If the other device requires pairing before data can be transmitted, a tone sounds
and you are asked to enter a pass code. The same pass code must be entered
in both devices.
When the connection is established, Sending data is displayed.
Turn Bluetooth connectivity On or Off.
To allow your device to be found by other devices with
Bluetooth wireless technology, select Shown to all. To set a
time period after which the visibility is set from show to hide,
select Define period. To hide your device from other devices,
select Hidden.
My phone’s name Edit the name shown to other Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Remote SIM
Enable or disable another device, such as a compatible car kit
accessory, to use the SIM card in your device to connect to
the network.
Bluetooth
My phone’s
visibility
Security tips
When you are not using Bluetooth connectivity, you can control who can find your
device and connect to it as follows:
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Connectivity > Bluetooth, then choose Bluetooth >
Off or select My phone’s visibility and change to Hidden.
Operating the device in Hidden mode is a safer way to avoid malicious software. Do
not accept Bluetooth connectivity from sources you do not trust. Alternatively, switch
off the Bluetooth function. This does not affect other device functions.
Do not pair with or accept connection requests from an unknown device. This
protects your device from harmful content.
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Pair devices
To pair with compatible devices and view your paired devices, select Menu > Ctrl.
Panel > Connectivity > Bluetooth. In the main view of Bluetooth connectivity,
scroll right.
Before pairing, create your own pass code (1 to 16 digits), and agree with the owner
of the other device to use the same code. Devices that do not have a user interface
have a factory-set pass code. The pass code is used only once.
1. To pair with a device, select Options > New paired device. Devices that are in
range are displayed.
2. Select the device, and enter the pass code. The same pass code must be
entered on the other device as well.
Connectivity
3. Some audio enhancements connect automatically to your device after pairing.
Otherwise, scroll to the enhancement, then select Options > Connect to audio
device.
Paired devices are indicated by
in the device search.
4. To set a device as authorized or unauthorized, scroll to the device, then select
from the following options:
Set as authorized Connections between your device and the authorized device
can be made without your knowledge. No separate
acceptance or authorization is needed. Use this status for
your own devices, such as your compatible headset or PC, or
devices that belong to someone you trust. Indicates
authorized devices in the Paired Devices view.
Set as
Connection requests from this device must be accepted
unauthorized
separately every time.
5. To cancel a pairing, scroll to the device, and select Options > Delete.
If you want to cancel all pairings, select Options> Delete all.
Receive data using Bluetooth connectivity
When you receive data through Bluetooth connectivity, a tone sounds and you are
asked if you want to accept the message. If you accept, the
icon is displayed
and the item is placed in the Inbox folder in Messaging. Messages received through
Bluetooth connectivity are indicated by
.
TIP: If your device notifies you that the memory is full when you try to
receive data through Bluetooth connectivity, change the location where the
data is stored.
Block devices
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Connectivity > Bluetooth.
1. To block a device from establishing a Bluetooth connection to your device, open
the Paired Devices tab as described for “Pair devices” on page 88.
2. Scroll to a device you want to block, then select Options > Block.
3. To unblock a device, open the Blocked Devices tab, scroll to a device, then
select Options > Delete.
4. To unblock all blocked devices, select Options > Delete all.
If you reject a pairing request from another device, you are asked if you want to block
all future connection requests from that device. If you accept the query, the remote
device is added to the list of blocked devices.
Remote SIM mode
Before the Remote SIM mode can be activated, the two devices must be paired and
the pairing initiated from the other device. When pairing, use a 16-digit pass code,
and set the other device to Authorized.
To use the Remote SIM mode with a compatible car kit enhancement, activate
Bluetooth connectivity and enable the use of the remote SIM mode with your device.
Activate the Remote SIM mode from the other device.
When the Remote SIM mode is on in your device, Remote SIM mode is displayed
in standby mode. The connection to the wireless network is turned off, as indicated
by
in the signal strength indicator area, and you cannot use SIM card services or
features requiring cellular network coverage.
When the wireless device is in Remote SIM mode, you can only use a compatible
connected enhancement, such as a car kit, to make or receive calls. Your wireless
device will not make any calls while in this mode, except to the emergency numbers
programmed into your device. To make calls from your device, you must leave the
remote SIM mode. If the device is locked, enter the lock code to unlock it.
To leave the remote SIM mode, press the Power key, then select Exit remote SIM
mode.
PC connections
You can use your mobile device with a variety of compatible PC connectivity and data
communications applications. With Ovi Suite, you can, for example, transfer files
and images between your device and a compatible computer.
NOTE: To avoid corrupting data, do not disconnect the USB data cable
during data transfer.
To transfer data between your device and a PC
1. Insert a memory card into your device, and connect the device to a compatible
PC with the data cable.
2. When the device asks which mode to use, select Mass storage. In this mode,
you can see your device as a removable hard drive in your computer.
3. End the connection from the computer (from the Unplug or Eject Hardware
wizard in Microsoft Windows, for example) to avoid damaging the memory card.
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Connectivity
USB data connection options
Ovi Suite
Mass storage
Image transfer
Media transfer
Connect PC to
Web
To use Ovi Suite with your device, install Ovi Suite on your
PC, connect the data cable, then select Ovi Suite.
To view your phone on a computer as a mass storage device
where you can transfer any data files.
To connect your phone to a compatible printer.
To synchronize music with Windows Media Player; a
compatible memory card must be inserted into the phone.
Enables your phone to provide your computer with access to
the Internet.
• To synchronize the music in your device with Music Player, install the Music
Player software onto your PC, connect the data cable, then select Media
transfer.
• To change the USB mode you normally use with the data cable, select Menu >
Ctrl. Panel > Connectivity > USB and USB connection mode, then choose the
option.
• To set the device to ask for the mode each time you connect the data cable to the
device, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Connectivity > USB and Ask on
connection > Yes.
Ovi Suite
Ovi Suite is a set of applications that you can install onto a compatible PC. Ovi Suite
groups all available applications in a launcher window you can open the applications
from. Ovi Suite is included on the SD card supplied with your Vertu phone.
You can use Ovi Suite to synchronize your contacts, calendar, and to-do lists as well
as other notes between your device and a compatible PC application. You can also
use Ovi Suite to
transfer bookmarks between your device and compatible browsers and transfer
images and video clips between your device and compatible PCs.
Pay careful attention to synchronization settings. Data deletion as part of the normal
synchronization process is determined by the settings selected.
To use Ovi Suite, you need a PC that runs Microsoft Windows XP (SP2 or later) or
Windows Vista (SP1 or later) and has USB or Bluetooth connectivity.
Ovi Suite is only compatible with PCs.
For more information about Ovi Suite, see the Support area at www.ovi.com.
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Install Ovi Suite
The latest version of Ovi Suite can be downloaded and installed on your PC from
www.ovi.com.
NOTE: When you are working on your phone with the USB cable
connected in Mass storage mode, you will find that the E and F drives are
not available for storing data or for any phone use. Once you disconnect the
USB cable, these drives become available again.
iSync
The Mac’s iSync application lets you automatically transfer information from iCal
calendars and Address Book contacts stored on a Mac to your mobile phone. Your
cell phone can be synchronized using iSync to display your latest events, and your
contact list can always be up-to-date with your Mac.
Before synchronizing your Mac computer and Vertu phone, you need to install Vertu
iSync plug-ins. This can be downloaded from the Vertu technical support site. For
more information please visit the technical support page of the Vertu web site, select
“Software for MAC and PC”, then choose Constellation Quest and download iSync
plug-ins to your MAC.
Net Settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Net settings.
Net settings enables you to set up Internet call services.
To add a new Internet call service, select Download.
To view and edit the settings for a specific service, select that service.
Working with the Internet
To check how your phone is connecting to the Internet, refer to Menu > Ctrl. Panel >
Settings > Connection > Destinations > Internet.
Review the current options, then select Options > Organize > Change priority to
change the priority of the connection method, if desired.
To add an alternative Internet access point, in Network destinations, select
Internet > Options > New access point.
Working with the Internet
Internet
With the Web browser, you can view full hypertext markup language (HTML) Web
pages on the Internet. You can also browse Web pages that are specifically designed
for mobile devices, and use extensible hypertext markup language (XHTML) or
wireless markup language (WML).
To browse the Web, you need an Internet access point configured in your phone.
Using the Web browser requires network support.
Browsing the Web
To open the Web browser:
1. Select Menu > Web.
Or press and hold 0 in the Home screen.
2. By default, the Web page displays in Bookmarks view, displaying a number of
preselected bookmarks.
3. Some Web pages may contain material, such as video clips, that requires a large
amount of memory to view. If your device runs out of memory while loading such
a Web page, insert a memory card. Otherwise, the video clips are not displayed.
TIP: To send the browser to the background without exiting the application
or closing the connection, press the End key once.
Network destinations
This feature allows your Constellation Quest to automatically select your preferred
wireless access point for Internet use. If your phone finds a wireless LAN that you
previously configured for use by the phone and have set as the highest priority, the
phone will automatically select it as the access point on subsequent occasions. This
means that you will automatically use your preferred Internet access point when it is
available, potentially ensuring you are using the highest speed data connectivity and/
or cheapest rate.
The table below lists commonly used commands for navigating the web.
Go to a Web page
Open a new Web
page
Open a Web feed
Access History
Bookmark pages
In Bookmarks view, select a bookmark, or start entering a
Web address (the
field opens automatically), then select
Go to.
Options > Go to > New Web page.
Options > Go to > Web feeds.
Options > Go to > History.
This adds a new bookmark to the Web page: Options >
Bookmark options > Add bookmark.
Bookmark Manager To manage your bookmarked pages, select Options and the
relevant option.
Clear privacy data Clears saved data from the Cache, Cookies, and History as
well as password data. Select Options > Clear privacy data
and the relevant option. Also available from Options >
Settings > Privacy.
Set up the home
Options > Settings > General >Home page.
page
Disable graphics
Disable graphics to save memory and speed up
downloading. Select Options > Settings > Page > Load
content > Text only.
View snapshots of Select Back. A list of pages you visited during the current
visited Web pages browsing session opens. This option is available if History
list is activated. See Settings > General > History list.
View the shortcut
Options > Keypad shortcuts. To edit the shortcut keys,
keys
select Edit.
Refresh the Web
Options > Web page options > Reload.
page content
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Block or allow the
automatic opening
of multiple windows
Zoom In
Zoom Out
Close Web
Options > Web page options > Block pop-ups or Allow
pop-ups.
Press * (star key).
Press # (pound key).
Options > Exit.
Web browser options:
Browser toolbar
The browser toolbar helps you select frequently used browser functions.
Open toolbar
Close toolbar
Move within the toolbar
Press 1 or the Middle Select key on a blank area of the
Web page.
Press Hide. Also closes automatically after a
subsequent action.
Scroll left or right.
To select a function in the toolbar:
Options > Settings > Toolbar shortcuts.
1. Press the scroll key.
2. In the toolbar, select one of the following actions, depending on what you want to
do:
Go to Web
Enter a Web address.
address
Recently visited View a list of the Web addresses you visit frequently.
pages
Bookmarks
Open Bookmarks view.
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Full screen
View the Web page in full screen.
Overview
Display an overview of the current Web page.
Search by
keyword
Settings
Search the current Web page.
Modify the Web browser settings.
Navigate pages
When browsing a large Web page, you can use Mini map or Page overview to view
the page quickly.
Using the Mini map:
1. Select Menu > Web.
2. Activate the Mini map. Select Options > Settings > General > Mini map > On.
When you scroll through a large Web page, the Mini map opens and displays an
overview of the page.
3. Move around the Mini map by scrolling left, right, up, or down.
4. When you find the desired location, stop scrolling. The Mini map disappears and
leaves you at the selected location.
To locate information on a Web page using Page overview:
1. Press the number 8 key. A miniature image of the current Web page opens.
2. Move around the miniature image by scrolling up, down, left, or right.
3. When you find a section you want to view, select OK to go to that section on the
Web page.
Working with the Internet
Media feeds
Accessing media feeds
Media feeds allow you to easily follow news headlines and your favorite news feed.
Media feeds, also known as Web feeds or RSS feeds, are a collection of news items
found on Web pages. For example, they are used to share the latest news headlines.
Media feeds are commonly found on news sites, blogs, and wiki pages.
The browser application automatically detects if a Web page contains media feeds.
To subscribe to a feed:
1. Highlight the media feed icon on the Web page, then press the Middle Select
key.
2. The Subscribe to feed? message displays. Select Yes.
3. The Web page is now added to your list of media feeds.
4. The feed will now be included in the list of feeds that displays on the Home
screen of your phone.
The table below lists some common commands for use with media feeds.
Subscribe to an available
media feed on the current
page
Update a media feed
Highlight the feed link, then select Options >
Subscribe to Web feeds.
In the Web feeds view, select a feed and Options >
Web feed options > Refresh.
Set automatic update for all In the Web feeds view, select Options > Edit > Edit
media feeds
and select a time interval. This option is not available
if one or more feeds are marked.
WARNING: When using Web feeds, it is strongly recommended that
Roaming is switched off. Charges for feeds may be imposed by the
network operator. Such changes can vary considerably depending on the
operator.
In the Media Feeds panel, select Options > Bookmarks > Web feeds >
Update when roaming.
The Media Feeds panel displays media feeds, including any feeds that have been
added manually in the Latest headlines panel.
1. To access the list of media feeds, on the Home screen, highlight the Media
Feeds area and press the Middle Select key; the Latest headlines panel then
displays.
2. Select Options > Feed list; the Media Feeds panel then displays.
Web feeds
1. On the browser home page, which by default is Bookmarks, select Options > Go
to > Web feeds; the Web feeds page then displays.
2. To add a new feed, select Options > Web feed options > New feed.
3. A new New feed panel appears for you to complete. Add the title and URL, then
decide how often you want the feed to be updated.
4. Web feeds can be exported or imported.
Accessing Bookmarks
You can store your favorite Web pages in Bookmarks for instant access.
To access your bookmarks:
1. If you have a page other than Bookmarks as your home page, select Options >
Go to > Bookmarks.
2. Select a Web address in the list or collection of bookmarks in the Recently Visited
Pages folder.
Useful commands related to Bookmarks are shown below.
Save the current Web page as a While browsing, select Options > Web page
bookmark
options > Save as bookmark.
Edit or delete bookmarks
With bookmarks displayed, select Options >
Bookmark Manager and the relevant option.
Send or add a bookmark, or set Select Options > Bookmark options, then
a bookmarked Web page as the choose the relevant option.
home page
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Content search
Connection security
With keyword search, you can quickly find the information you are looking for on a
Web page.
• To search for text within the current Web page, select Options > Find keyword.
• To go to the previous or next match, scroll up or down.
With a secure connection and security certificates, you can safely browse the Internet.
If the security indicator (ICON) is displayed during a connection, the data
transmission between the device and the Internet gateway or server is encrypted.
The security icon does not indicate that the data transmission between the gateway
and the content server (where the data is stored) is secure. The service provider
secures the data transmission between the gateway and the content server.
Security certificates may be required for some services, such as banking services.
You are notified if the identity of the server is not authentic or if you do not have the
correct security certificate in your device. For more information, contact your service
provider.
TIP: To search for text within the current Web page, press 2.
End the connection
To end the connection and close the Browser application, select Options > Exit.
Privacy data
All Privacy data can be deleted with the All command, or specific items can be
deleted separately, as described below.
To delete All Privacy data, select Options > Clear privacy data > All.
Empty the cache
Emptying the cache memory helps you keep your data secure. The information or
services you have accessed are stored in the cache memory of the device. If you
have accessed or tried to access confidential information requiring passwords,
empty the cache after each browsing session.
With the Web browser open, select Options > Clear privacy data > Cache.
Delete cookies
Cookies contain information collected about your visits to Web pages.
To delete cookies, select Options > Clear privacy data > Cookies.
Delete history
History contain information about Web pages you have visited.
To delete the history, select Options > Clear privacy data > History.
Form/password data
Form/password data contains information on the passwords or data you enter into
different forms on Web pages.
To delete Form/password data, select Options > Clear privacy data > Form/
password data.
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IMPORTANT: Even if the use of certificates makes the risks involved in
remote connections and software installation considerably smaller, they
must be used correctly in order to benefit from increased security. The
existence of a certificate does not offer any protection in itself; the
certificate manager must contain correct, authentic, or trusted certificates
for increased security to be available. Certificates have a limited lifetime. If
Expired certificate or Certificate not valid yet is shown, even if the
certificate should be valid, check that the current date and time in your
device are correct.
Before changing any certificate settings, you must make sure that you really
trust the owner of the certificate and that the certificate really belongs to the
listed owner.
Working with the Internet
Web settings
Privacy settings
To access the Web settings, select Menu > Web and Options > Settings, then
select the appropriate function from the following:
Recently
visited pages
General settings
Access point
Home page
Mini map
History list
Web address
suffix
Security
warnings
Java/ECMA
script
Java/ECMA
script errors
Change the default access point; options include Internet, WAP
Services, and Always Ask. Some or all access points may be
preset in your device by your service provider. You may not be
able to change, create, edit, or remove them.
Define the home page.
Turn Mini map on or off. Mini map helps with Web page navigation.
Select On while browsing, and a list of the pages you have visited
can be seen during the current session. Select Back to view the
pages.
Allows you to define the type of Web addresses that are valid,
such as .com, .net, and .org.
Hide or show security notifications.
Enable or disable the use of scripts.
Select whether you want to receive log and pop-up notes, create
a log file, show pop-up notes, or none at all.
Page settings
Select whether you want to load images and other objects while
browsing. If you select Text only and want to load images or
objects later while browsing, select Options > Display options >
Load images.
Default
If text characters are not shown correctly, you can select another
encoding
encoding according to the language of the current page.
Block pop-ups Allow or block automatic opening of different pop-ups while
browsing.
Automatic
Select whether you want the Web pages to be refreshed
reload
automatically while browsing.
Font size
Define the font size used for Web pages.
Load content
Form data
saving
Cookies
Serial no.
sending
Enable or disable automatic bookmark collection. If you want to
continue saving the addresses of the visited Web pages into the
Recently Visited Pages folder but hide the folder in Bookmarks
view, select Hide folder.
Select whether you want the passwords or data you enter into
different forms on Web pages to be saved and used the next time
you open the page.
Enable or disable the reception and sending of Cookies.
The options are On and Off.
Web feed settings
Acc. point for
auto-update
Update when
roaming
Select the desired access point for updating. This option is only
available when Automatic updates is active.
Select whether you want the Web feeds to be updated
automatically when roaming.
Note that options available may vary.
Keypad shortcuts
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
#
Go to Home page
Opens toolbar
Search by keyword
Back one page
Save as bookmark
Keyboard shortcuts
Reload
Full screen
Page overview
Go to Web address
Star Zooms In
Pound Zooms Out
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Office Tools
Office Tools
Office Tools
Your Vertu phone contains a suite of useful tools in the Office folder. Office includes
two note generators, calculator, conversion tool, file manager, ZIP manager,
Dictionary, Intranet and Quickoffice for viewing Microsoft Office files.
Select Menu > Office > Active notes and Options > Settings.
• To select where to save notes, select Memory in use and the desired memory.
• To change the layout of active notes or to view the notes as a list, select Change
view > Grid or List.
• To see a note in the background when making or receiving phone calls, select
Show note during call > Yes.
TIP: If you temporarily do not want to see notes during phone calls, select
Show note during call > No. This way, you do not have to remove the links
between notes and contact cards.
Active Notes
Calculator
Active Notes allows you to create, edit, and view different kinds of notes, for example,
meeting memos, hobby notes, or shopping lists. You can insert images, videos, and
sound into the notes. You can link notes to other applications, such as Contacts, and
send notes to others.
Select Menu > Office > Calculator.
This calculator has limited accuracy and is designed for simple calculations.
To make a calculation, enter the first number of the calculation. Use the scroll bars
and the Middle Select key to select a function, such as Add or Subtract, from the
function map. Enter the second number, then select the equals sign (=). The
calculator performs operations in the order they are entered. The result of the
calculation remains in the editor field and can be used as the first number of a new
calculation.
The device saves the result of the last calculation in Last Result. Exiting the
Calculator application or switching off the device does not clear the memory. To recall
the last saved result the next time you open the Calculator application, select
Options > Last result.
To save the numbers or results of a calculation, select Options > Memory > Save.
To retrieve and then use the results of a calculation in a new calculation, select
Options > Memory > Recall.
Create and edit notes
Select Menu > Office > Active notes. To add a new note, select Options > New Note.
Or, in Active notes, select the new note by pressing the Middle Select key. To create
a note, start writing.
To edit a note, select the note and Options > Editing options.
To add boldface, italics, or underlining to your text or change the font color, press and
hold the Shift key, then scroll to select the text. Select Options > Text and the relevant
option. A list of other options appears. They are:
• Insert object — Inserts images, sound or video clips, business cards, Web
bookmarks, and files.
• Insert new — Adds new items to the note, such as images and sound and video
clips.
• Input options — Set the way the note is written. You can turn on predictive text,
change the settings of word autocompletion and text correction, and set the
writing language.
Other functions are available in Active notes. You can organize your notes by
creating folders for different notes. Change note settings, the appearance of notes,
and the note storage location. You can also move, rename, and delete notes.
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Settings for Active Notes
Office Tools
File manager
Quickoffice
Select Menu > Office > File mgr..
With File Manager, you can browse, manage, and open files from various locations.
It can be from the phone memory, mass storage, or memory card.
The available options may vary.
To map or delete drives or to define settings for a compatible remote drive connected
to your device, select Options > Remote drives.
Select Menu > Office > Quickoffice.
Quickoffice consists of Quickword for viewing Microsoft Word documents,
Quicksheet for viewing Microsoft Excel worksheets, Quickpoint for viewing Microsoft
PowerPoint presentations, and Quickmanager. You can view and edit Microsoft
Office 2000, XP, 2003, and 2007 documents (DOC, XLS, and PPT file formats) with
Quickoffice.
Not all file formats or features are supported.
Find and organize files
Select Menu > Office > File mgr.
• To find a file, select Options > Find, then choose the location where you want to
search. Enter a search term that matches the filename.
• To move and copy files and folders, or to create new folders, select Options >
Organize, then select the appropriate option.
• To map a Remote drives > Map new drive.
Converter
Manage the phone memory
Convert measurements
For all options to be available, a compatible memory card must be inserted into the
device.
Select Menu > Office > File mgr.
The amount of memory available in each of the three memory options in your phone
is displayed. They are:
C: Phone memory
E: Mass storage
F: Removable memory card
Select Options, then choose from the following:
• Back up phone memory — Creates a backup on memory card. Existing backup
will be overwritten.
• Restore from mem. card — Restores the backup data from memory cards to
phone memory.
Other memory card options include the following:
• Memory card options — Name or format a memory card.
• Memory card password — Set a password to protect a memory card.
You can format the Mass memory, although all data is deleted during the process.
Open the Mass memory, then select Options > Format mass memory.
Using Converter, you can convert units of measurement for length, area, volume,
energy, pressure, time, temperature, velocity, weights, and currency.
Select Menu > Office > Converter.
1. Scroll to the Type field, then use the Middle Select key to open a list of
measures. Select the measurement type to use (other than currency) and OK.
2. Scroll to the first Unit field, then use the Middle Select key to open the unit of
measurement. Select the unit to convert from and OK. Scroll to the next unit field,
then select the unit to convert to.
3. Scroll to the first Amount field, and enter the value to convert. The other Amount
field changes automatically to show the converted value.
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Office Tools
Set base currency and exchange rate
Select Menu > Office > Converter.
When you change base currency, you must enter new exchange rates because all
previously set exchange rates are cleared.
Before you can make currency conversions, you must choose a base currency and
add exchange rates. The rate of the base currency is always 1. The base currency
determines the conversion rates of the other currencies.
1. To set the exchange rate for the unit of currency, scroll to the Type field, then
select Options > Currency rates.
2. Scroll to a currency type or rename a line (for example, from Foreign to EUR),
then enter the exchange rate you want to set for a single unit of currency.
3. To change the base currency, scroll to the currency, then select Options > Set
as base currency.
4. Select Done > Yes to save the changes.
5. After you have set all the necessary exchange rates, you can make currency
conversions.
Note that rounding errors may occur with this tool.
Zip Manager
Select Menu > Office > Zip.
With Zip Manager, you can create new archive files to store compressed ZIP files,
add single or multiple compressed files or directories to an archive, set, clear, or
change the archive password for protected archives, and change settings, such as
compression level and whether to include subfolders.
You can save the archive files to the device memory or a memory card.
PDF Reader
Select Menu > Office > Adobe PDF.
With PDF Reader, you can read PDF documents on your phone's screen, search for
text in PDF documents, modify settings, such as zoom level and page views, and
send PDF files using email.
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Dictionary
Select Menu > Office > Dictionary.
Dictionary allows you to look up word meanings as well as translate words from one
language into another.
To find a word meaning
Simply enter text into the search field. As you enter text, word suggestions appear.
Selecting the word with the Middle Select key displays the meaning and usage
examples.
Selecting Options brings up a list of options, including:
• Listen - Allows you to listen to the word searched for.
• Font size - Provides you with two text view options: Normal and Large.
• New search - Exits from the present screen and brings up the search field.
Translating a word or phrase
1. With Dictionary open, select Options > Languages > Source and choose a
language.
2. Repeat this process to choose a Target language:.
3. Type in the word you want to translate, then press the Middle Select key when
the word or phrase is translated. Only items displayed in the list can be
translated.
Not all languages are supported.
Select Options, then choose from the following:
Listen
History
Languages
Speech
Listen to the selected word.
Find previously translated words from the current session.
Change the source or target language, download languages
from the Internet, or remove a language from the dictionary. You
cannot remove the English language from the dictionary. You can
have two additional languages installed, besides English.
Edit the voice feature settings. You can adjust the speed and
volume of the voice.
Office Tools
Installing languages
Intranet
You need an Internet connection to download language dictionaries.
Select Options > Languages > Download languages.
The phone connects to the Nokia language server, where the SIS (.sis) translation
languages are stored.
Select a language. Check the Accept to Start Download button to accept the
conditions when prompted; the download then begins.
Select a location for the dictionary when prompted.
The intranet application allows you to connect to your company intranet.
Select Menu > Office > Intranet.
Notes
Select Menu > Office > Notes.
You can create and send notes to other compatible devices and save received plain
text files (TXT file format) to Notes.
• To create a new note, select Options > New note, or just start entering the text
and the note editor opens automatically.
• To open a note, select Options > Open, or go the particular note and press the
Middle Select key.
• To send a note to other compatible devices, select Options > Send and the
appropriate option you want to use.
• To print a note, select Options > Printing options and the relevant option for
printing, page setup, preview, and printers.
• To synchronize or enter synchronization settings for a note, select Options >
Synchronization. Select Start to initialize synchronization or Settings to enter
the synchronization settings for the note.
• To establish connection to an intranet, select Options > Connect to Intranet. To
choose a destination when there is more than one intranet available, select
Change destination.
• To view the available wireless LANs (WLAN), select Other WLAN networks.
• To select a connection manually, select Manual connection.
• To update the destination and connection method, select Options > Refresh.
The available options may vary.
Intranet Settings:
Intranet Web user name
Intranet Web password
Intranet Web domain
Startup view
Proxy server address
Proxy port number
Open browser once
conn.
VPN timeout
Enter your intranet user name.
Enter your intranet password.
Enter the intranet domain name.
Select which page is used as the intranet home page.
Enter the proxy server address.
Enter the proxy server port number.
Select whether to allow the browser to launch once
connected to the intranet.
Select whether to have a timeout for the virtual private
network. Enter the time in minutes.
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Gallery
You can browse and open folders and copy and move items to folders. You can also
create albums and copy and add items to albums.
Files stored on your compatible memory card (if inserted) are indicated by the
icon.
• To open a file, select the file in the list. Video clips and streaming links open and
play in Video center, and music and sound clips in Music Player.
• To move or copy a file to another memory location, select a file Options >
Move and copy.
Gallery
Gallery allows you to store and manage multimedia content on your Vertu phone. This
includes images, video and sound clips, songs, streaming links, and presentations.
Your Vertu phone has two internal memories: the phone memory and an internal
memory card (not removable). You can store files in either memory, but the memory
card has more storage space.
NOTE: The internal memory card cannot be removed from your Vertu
phone.
Gallery main view
To access the Gallery:
1. On the Home screen, select Menu > Media > Gallery.
2. Select from the following:
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Images
View images and video clips in Photos
Video clips
View video clips in Video Center
Songs
Open Music Player
Sound clips
Listen to sound clips
Streaming links
View and open streaming links
Presentations
View presentations
Sound clips
Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Sound clips.
This folder contains all the sound clips you have downloaded from the Web. The
sound clips created with the Recorder application, with MMS optimized or normal
quality settings, are also saved in this folder, but the sound clips created with highquality settings are stored in the Songs folder in the Music Player application.
• To listen to a sound file, select the file in the list.
• To rewind or fast-forward, scroll left or right.
• To download sounds, select Downld. sounds.
Streaming links
Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Streaming links.
• To open a streaming link, select the link in the list.
• To add a new streaming link, select Options > New link.
Presentations
Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Presentations.
With presentations, you can view scalable vector graphics (SVG) and Flash files
(SWF), such as cartoons and maps. SVG images maintain their appearance when
printed or viewed at different screen sizes and resolutions.
• To view files, select Presentations. Go to an image, then select Options > Play.
• To pause playing, select Options > Pause.
• To zoom in, press 5. To zoom out, press 0.
• To rotate the image 90 degrees clockwise or counterclockwise, press 1 or 3,
respectively. To rotate the image 45 degrees, press 7 or 9.
• To switch between full and normal screen mode, press *.
Gallery
Songs
Video clips
Songs opens Music Player, displaying your music library. Refer to Media for more
information on Music Player.
Videos opens Video Center. This allows you to view your videos classified in a
number of different ways.
Videos contain the video clips taken from the camera as well as any videos watched
over the Web.
Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Video clips, the select from the following:
Images
Images opens the photo viewer. This allows you to view your photos classified in a
number of different ways.
Photos contains images sorted into the following categories.
Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Images, then select from the following:
View all items
View all the images and videos you captured.
View images and videos categorized by the month they were
captured in.
Albums
View the default albums and the ones you created.
Tags
View the tags you created for each item.
Downloads View items and videos downloaded from the Web or received as
multimedia or email messages.
Share
Post your images or videos to the Web.
online
All
Captured
Months
File storage locations are indicated with the appropriate icon as follows:
C: Phone memory
E: Mass storage
F: Removable memory card
To copy or move files to another memory location, select the file, then select Options
> Move and copy, and move/copy to appropriate locations.
Last watched
My videos
Video feeds
Add new services
View the video you watched most recently
View a list of all the downloaded videos
View and manage your subscribed video feeds
To connect to a service to install video services.
View images and videos
Images and video clips can also be sent to you from a compatible device. To view a
received image or video clip in Photos, you must first save it.
The images and video clip files are in a loop and ordered by date and time.
The number of files is displayed. To browse the files one by one, scroll left or right.
To browse files in groups, scroll up or down.
• To open a file, select the file. When an image opens, use the Volume keys to
zoom in or out.
• To hide the toolbar, select Options > Hide toolbar.
• To start a slide show, select Options > Slide show and the option you want.
• To tag an image or video, select Options > Add tags.
• To add to an album, select Options > Add to album.
• To print your images on a compatible printer, select Options > To printer or
kiosk.
• To edit an image or a video clip, select Options > Edit.
• To move or copy an image or video, select Options > Move and copy, then
choose the appropriate option.
• To assign the image or video to a particular contact or use it as a wallpaper,
select Options > Use image for images and Options > Use video for videos.
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Gallery
View and edit file details
Active toolbar
Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Images. Go to an item.
1. To view and edit image or video properties, select Options > Details > View and
edit, then select from the following:
To enable the active toolbar when you have selected an image or a video clip in a
view, press the Left Select key.
In the active toolbar, go to different items, then select the desired option. The
available options vary depending on the view you are in and whether you have
selected an image or a video clip.
To hide the toolbar, select Options > Hide toolbar. To activate the active toolbar
when it is hidden, press the scroll key.
Select an image or a video clip, then select from the following:
Tags
Description
Location
Title
Albums
Resolution
Duration
Usage rights
View the currently used tags. To add more tags to the current file,
select Add.
View a free-form description of the file. To add a description, select
the field.
View GPS location information, if available.
View the thumbnail image of the file and the current filename. To
edit the filename, select the filename field.
View the albums the current file is located in.
View the size of the image in pixels.
View the length of the video.
To view the DRM rights of the current file, if available, select View.
Organize images and videos
Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Images. You can organize files as follows:
• To view items in Tags view, Add tags to the items.
• To view items by month, select Months.
• To create an album to store items, select Albums > Options > New album.
• To add an image or a video clip to an album, select the item and Options >
Add to album.
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View the image in landscape or portrait mode.
Play the video clip.
Send the image or video clip.
Upload the image or video clip to a compatible online album (only
available if you have set up an account for a compatible online album).
Add the item to an album.
Use Details to manage tags and other properties of the item.
Deletes the image.
Gallery
Albums
With albums, you can conveniently manage your images and video clips.
• To create a new album, select Menu > Media > Gallery > Images > Albums.
Using the Left Select key, press Options > New album. Enter a name for the
album. A new album is created.
• To add a particular image or video to an album, select the image or video you
want to add. Then select Options > Add to album. A list of albums is
displayed. Select from the list of albums or create a new album by selecting
New album. Or, using the Up/Down scroll keys, select Add to album in the
toolbar.
• The items you add to the album are still visible in Photos.
• To remove an image or a video clip from an album, select Gallery > Images >
Albums. Open the album and select the image you want to delete. Using the
Left Select key, select Options > Remove from album. The image is
removed from the album. Though the image is removed from the album, it is
still present in the folder where all the captured images are present.
• To delete an image from the album, open the image and, in the toolbar that
appears, select Delete. This deletes the image from the album as well as all
instances of the image.
• To delete an album, select Gallery > Images > Albums. Select the album to
be deleted, then press Options > Delete. The album is deleted.
Any images in the album are not deleted.
Tags
Use tags to categorize media items in Gallery. You can create and delete tags in Tag
Manager. Tag Manager shows the currently used tags and the number of items
associated with each tag.
• Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Images
• To open Tag Manager, select an image or a video clip and Options > Details
> Tag Manager.
• Displays Create Tags in the Options menu.
• To assign a tag to an image, select the image and Options > Add tags.
• To create a tag, open the image or video, then select Options > Add tags >
New tag.
• To see the tags you created, select Media > Gallery > Images > Tags. The
size of the tag name corresponds to the number of items the tag is assigned to.
To view all the images associated with a tag, select the tag in the list.
• To view the list in alphabetical order, select Options > Alphabetical.
• To view the list in Most Frequently Used order, select Options > Most used.
• To remove an image from a tag, select the tag and the image, then select
Options > Remove from tag.
Slide show
Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Images.
• To view your images as a slide show, select an image and Options > Slide
show > Play forwards or Play backwards. The slide show starts from the
selected file.
• To view only the selected images as a slide show, select Options > Mark/
Unmark > Mark to mark images. To start the slide show, select Options >
Slide show > Play forwards or Play backwards.
• To resume a paused slide show, select Continue.
• To end the slide show, select End.
• To browse the images, scroll left or right.
To adjust the slide show settings before starting the slide show, select Options >
Slide show > Settings, then select from the following:
Music
Song
Delay between
slides
Transition
Add sound to the slide show.
Select a music file from the list.
Adjust the tempo of the slide show.
Make the slide show move smoothly from one slide to
another, and zoom in and out of the images randomly.
To adjust the volume during the slide show, use the Volume key.
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Gallery
Edit images
Image editor
• To edit images right after taking them or those already saved in Gallery, open
an image, then select Options > Edit. The image editor opens and offers you
different edit options indicated by small icons.
• Press Select to select an option. The image is changed accordingly. Select
Options > Apply effect to apply the effect.
You can crop and rotate, adjust the brightness, color, contrast, and resolution, and
add effects, text, clip art, or a frame.
You can apply different effects to the images. Some of the effects are described
below.
Crop image
To crop an image, select Options > Apply effect > Crop and a predefined aspect
ratio in the list. To crop the image size manually, select Manual.
If you select Manual, a cross appears in the upper-left corner of the image. Use the
scroll key to select the area to crop, then select Set. Another cross appears in the
lower-right corner. Again, select the area to crop. To adjust the first selected area,
select Back. The selected areas form a rectangle that encloses the cropped image.
If you select a predefined aspect ratio, select the upper-left corner of the area to crop.
To resize the highlighted area, use the scroll key. To freeze the selected area, press
the scroll key. To move the area within the picture, use the scroll key. To select the
area to crop, press the scroll key.
Reduce red-eye
• To reduce red-eye in an image, select Options > Apply effect > Red-eye
reduction.
• Move the cross onto the eye, then press the Middle Select key. A loop appears
on the display. To resize the loop to fit the size of the eye, use the left and right
scroll keys. To reduce redness, press the Middle Select key. When you have
finished editing the image, press Done.
• To save the changes and return to the previous view, press Back.
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Edit videos
The video editor supports 3GP and MP4 video file formats and AAC, AMR, MP3, and
WAV audio file formats.
It does not necessarily support all features of a file format or all the variations of file
formats.
To edit video clips in Photos, scroll to a video clip, select Options > Edit, then select
from the following:
Merge
Change
sound
Add text
Cut
Add an image or a video clip to the beginning or end of the selected
video clip.
Add a new sound clip or replace the original sound in the video clip.
Add to the beginning or end of the video clip.
Trim the video and mark the sections you want to keep in the video clip.
To take a snapshot of a video clip, in the Cut Video view, select Options > Take
snapshot. In the Thumbnail Preview view, press the scroll key, then select Take
Snapshot.
Print images
Image print
To print images with Image Print, select the image you want to print, then select the
print option in Photos, Camera, Image Editor, or Image Viewer.
Use Image Print to print your images using a compatible USB data cable or Bluetooth
connectivity. You can also print images using wireless LAN. If a compatible memory
card is inserted, you can store the images to the memory card then print them using
a compatible printer.
You can only print images that are in JPEG format. The pictures taken with the
camera are automatically saved in JPEG format.
Gallery
Printer selection
1. To print images with Image Print, select the image, select Options > To Printer or
Kiosk, then choose the print option.
2. When you use Image Print for the first time, a list of available compatible printers
is displayed. Select a printer.
3. The printer is set as the default printer.
4. To use a printer compatible with PictBridge, connect the compatible data cable
before you select the print option and check that the data cable mode is set to
Image print or Ask on connection. The printer is automatically displayed when
you select the print option.
5. If the default printer is not available, a list of available printers is displayed.
6. To change the default printer, select Options > Settings > Default printer.
Print preview
After you select the printer, the selected images are displayed using predefined
layouts.
To change the layout, scroll left or right to browse through the available layouts for the
selected printer. If the images do not fit on a single page, scroll up or down to display
the additional pages.
Print settings
The available options vary depending on the capabilities of the printing device you
selected.
• To set a default printer, select Options > Default printer.
• To select the paper size, select Paper size, the size of paper in the list, and
OK. Select Cancel to return to the previous view.
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Home Network
Home Network
About Home Network
Your Vertu phone is compatible with Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) and certified by
the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA). You can use a wireless LAN (WLAN)
access point device or router to create a home network. Then you can connect
compatible WLAN-enabled UPnP devices to the network. Compatible devices may
include your mobile phone or a PC, sound system, television, or wireless multimedia
receiver connected to a sound system or television.
You can share and synchronize media files in your mobile phone with other
compatible UPnP- and DLNA-certified devices using the home network.
To activate the home network functionality and manage the settings, select Menu >
Applications > Home media.
You can also use the Home media application to view and play media files from
home network devices on your device or other compatible devices, such as a PC,
sound system, or television.
• To view your media files on another home network device (for example, in
Photos), select a file, Options > Show via home net., and the device.
• To use the WLAN function of your phone in a home network, you must have a
working WLAN home connection and other UPnP-enabled home devices
connected to the same home network.
After setting up your home network, you can share your photos and video clips with
your friends and family at home. You can also save your media to a media server or
retrieve media files from a compatible home server. You can play music stored in your
phone using a DLNA-certified home stereo system, controlling the playlists and volume
levels directly from your device. In addition, you can view images captured with your
phone's camera on a compatible TV screen, all controlled with your phone over WLAN.
The home network uses the security settings of the WLAN connection. Use the home
network feature in a WLAN infrastructure network with a WLAN access point device
and encryption enabled.
Your phone is connected to the home network only if you accept a connection request
from another compatible device, or select the option to view, play, or copy media files
on your phone or search for other devices.
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Important security information
When you configure your WLAN home network, you must enable an encryption
method on your access point device and do the same on the other devices you intend
to connect to your home network. Refer to the documentation of the devices. Keep
any passcodes secret and in a safe place, separate from the devices.
You can view or change the settings of the WLAN Internet access point in your
device.
If you use the ad hoc operating mode to create a home network with a compatible
device, enable one of the encryption methods in WLAN security mode when you
configure the Internet access point. This step reduces the risk of an unwanted party
joining the ad hoc network.
Your device notifies you if another device attempts to connect to it and the home
network. Do not accept connection requests from an unknown device.
If you use WLAN in a network that does not have encryption, turn off sharing your files
with other devices, or do not share any private media files.
Home network settings
To share media files saved in Photos with other UPnP-compatible and DLNAcertified devices through a wireless LAN (WLAN), you must create and configure
your WLAN
home Internet access point, then configure the home network settings in the Home
Media application.
The options related to home networks are not available in applications before you
configure the settings in the Home Media application.
1. Select Menu > Applications > Home media.
2. When you access the Home Media application for the first time, the setup wizard
opens, helping you enter the home network settings for your device. To use the
setup wizard later, select Options > Setup wizard, then follow the instructions.
3. To connect a compatible PC to the home network, you must install the relevant
software onto the PC.
Home Network
Configure settings
View and share media files
To configure the settings for home network, select Options > Settings, then choose
from the following:
To share your media files with other UPnP-compatible devices in the home network,
activate content sharing. If content sharing is deactivated in your device, you can still
view and copy the media files stored in another home network device if it is allowed
by the other device.
Access point
Phone’s name
Copy to
To set the device to ask for the home access point every time
you connect to the home network, select Always ask. To
define a new access point that is used automatically when you
use the home network, select Create new. If your home
network does not have WLAN security settings activated, a
security warning is displayed. You can continue and activate
WLAN security later or cancel setting the access point and
first activate WLAN security.
Enter the device name displayed to other compatible devices
in the home network.
Select where to save copied media files. Options are C:
Phone memory, E: Mass memory, and F: Memory card.
Show media files stored in your device
To show your images, videos, and sound clips on another home network device, such
as a compatible TV, do the following:
1. In Photos, select an image or a video clip; or in Gallery, select a sound clip and
Options > Show via home net.
2. Select a compatible device on which the media file is shown. Images are shown
both on the other home network device and your device, and video and sound
are played only on the other device.
3. To stop sharing a media file, select Options > Stop showing.
Activate sharing and define content
Show media files stored on another device
Select Menu > Applications > Home media.
Select from the following:
To show media files that are stored on another home network device on your device
(or on a compatible TV, for example), do the following:
1. Select Menu > Applications > Home media > Browse servers. Your device
searches for compatible devices. Device names are displayed.
2. Select a device.
3. Select the type of media you want to view from the other device. The available
file types depend on the features of the other device.
To search for files using specific criteria, select Options > Find. To sort the files
found, select Options > Sort by.
4. Select the media file or folder you want to view.
5. Select Play or Show, and On phone or On external device.
6. Select the device on which you want to show the file.
To stop sharing the media file, select Back or Stop (available when playing
videos and music).
Allow or deny sharing media files with compatible devices. Do
not activate content sharing before you have configured all the
other settings. If you activate content sharing, other UPnPcompatible devices in the home network can view and copy
the files you selected for sharing in Images and Video Clips,
and use the playlists you selected in Music. If you do not want
other devices to access your files, deactivate content sharing.
Images and video Select media files to share with other devices, or view the
clips
sharing status of images and videos. To update the content of
the folder, select Options > Refresh content.
Music
Select playlists to share with other devices, or view the
sharing status and content of playlists. To update the content
of the folder, select Options > Refresh content.
Content sharing
TIP: You can print images saved in Photos through a home network using
a UPnP-compatible printer. Content sharing does not have to be activated.
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Home Network
Copy media files
• To copy or transfer media files from your device to another compatible device,
such as a UPnP-compatible PC, select a file in Photos, then select Options >
Move and copy > Copy to remote device or Move to remote device. Content
sharing does not have to be switched on.
• To copy or transfer files from the other device to your device, select a file in the
other device, then select the desired copying option in the Options list. Content
sharing does not have to be switched on.
Home synchronization
To edit the transfer settings, select Options > Edit, then choose from the following:
List name
Shrink images
Amount
Starting with
From
Until
Add more rules
Synchronize media files
You can synchronize the media files in your mobile device with those in your home
devices. Make sure your mobile device is within range of your home WLAN and the
home network has been set up.
• To set up home synchronization, select Menu > Applications > Home media >
Media sync, then complete the wizard.
• To run the wizard later, in Home Synchronization main view, select Options >
Run wizard.
• To manually synchronize content in your mobile device with content in your home
devices, select Sync now.
Synchronization settings
To change the synchronization settings, select Options > Synchronization
settings, then choose from the following:
Synchronization
Source devices
Memory in use
Memory manager
Set automatic or manual synchronization.
Select the source devices for synchronization.
View and select the memory used.
To be informed when the device is running out of memory,
select Ask When Full.
Define incoming files
To define and manage lists for incoming media files, select Menu > Applications >
Home media > Media sync > From home.
To define the kinds of files you want to transfer to your device, select the files in the list.
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Enter a new name for the list.
Shrink images to save memory.
Define the maximum number or total size of the files.
Define the download order.
Define the date of the oldest file you want to download. Only
available for images and video clips.
Define the date of the latest file you want to download. Only
available for images and video clips.
Add rules to further define and control incoming files. Rules
can be based on Source Devices, Contains Text, Track
Length, and File Size, depending on file type.
For music files, you can also specify the genre, artist, album, and song you want to
download and the source device used for downloading.
• To browse files in a specific category in your device, select a file type and Options
> Show files.
• To create a predefined or customized list for incoming files, select Options > New
list.
• To change the priority order of the lists, select Options > Change priority. Select
the list you want to move, then select Grab. Move the list to the new location, then
select Drop.
Define outgoing files
To specify which types of files in your device to synchronize with your home media
devices and how to synchronize them, select Menu > Applications > Home media
> Media sync, then open To home. Select the media type, Options, and the
corresponding settings, then choose from the following:
Target devices
Keep on phone
Select target devices to synchronize with, or disable
synchronization.
Select Yes to keep the media content in your device after
synchronization. With images, you can also select whether to
keep the original or a scaled version of it in your device.
Selecting the original size consumes more memory.
Media
Media
Your Vertu phone contains a variety of media applications for both business and
leisure use.
The applications in Media are:
• Radio
• Music Player
• Ovi Music
• Recorder
• Gallery (see “Gallery” on page 100 for more information)
• Camera (see “Camera” on page 79 for more information)
• Share online
• RealPlayer
• Video Center
Radio
Select Menu > Media > Radio. Radio has:
• FM Radio
• Internet Radio
FM Radio
The FM radio depends on an antenna other than the wireless device antenna.
A compatible headset or accessory must be attached to the device for the FM radio
to function properly.
Listen to the radio
Select Menu > Media > Radio > FM radio.
The quality of the radio broadcast depends on the coverage of the radio station in that
particular area.
You can make a call or answer an incoming call while listening to the radio. The radio
is muted when there is an active call.
To start a station search, use the Up or Down scroll key.
If you have saved radio stations in your device, use the Left Select or Right Select
key to go to the next or previous saved station.
Select Options, then choose from the following:
• Activate loudspeaker — Listen to the radio using the loudspeaker.
• Station directory — View available stations based on location (network service).
• Save station — Save the current station to your station list.
• Stations — Open your list of saved stations.
• Play in background — Return to the home screen while listening to the FM radio
in the background.
• Manual tuning — Change the frequency manually.
WARNING: Continuous exposure to high volumes may damage your
hearing. Listen to music at a moderate level, and do not hold the device
near your ear when the loudspeaker is in use.
TIP: You can make a call or answer an incoming call while listening to the
radio. The radio is muted when there is an active call.
Station directory
Select Menu > Media > Radio > FM radio > Options > Station directory.
The station directory allows you to view available stations depending on the location.
You can select the location nearest to you.
Save the station you want by selecting Options > Station > Save.
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Save stations
To save a particular station, select Menu > Media > Radio > FM radio > Options >
Save station.
To listen to a saved station, select Options > Station > Listen.
To change station information, select Options > Station > Edit.
FM radio settings
To automatically search for alternative frequencies if the reception is weak, select
Menu > Media > Radio > FM radio > Options > Settings > Alternative
frequencies > Auto scan on.
To set the default access point for the radio, select Options > Settings > Access
point.
To set your current region, select Options > Settings > Current region. This setting
is displayed only if there is no network coverage when you start the application.
Internet Radio
Select Menu > Media > Radio > Internet radio.
With the Internet Radio application (network service), you can listen to radio stations
available on the Internet. To listen to Internet radio stations, you must have a wireless
LAN (WLAN) or packet data access point set in your device. Listening to the stations
may involve the transmission of large amounts of data through your service provider's
network. The recommended connection method is WLAN. Check with your service
provider for terms and conditions and data service fees before using other connections.
For example, a flat rate data plan can allow large data transfers for a set monthly fee.
Listen to Internet radio stations
Select a station from your favorites or the station directory, or search for stations by
name using the Internet Radio service.
Select Menu > Media > Radio > Internet radio.
To listen to an Internet radio station, do the following:
Select Options > Listen. The Now Playing view opens, displaying information about
the currently playing station and song. To pause the playback, press the scroll key; to
resume, press the scroll key again.
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To view station information, select Options > Station information (not available if
you have saved the station manually).
If you are listening to a station saved in your favorites, scroll left or right to listen to the
previous or next saved station.
Favorite stations
You can listen to stations listed in your favorites or find more stations. Search for
stations based on the following criteria:
• Browse by genre — View the available radio station genres.
• Browse by language — View the languages stations broadcast in.
• Browse by country/region — View the countries stations broadcast from.
• Top stations — View the most popular stations in the directory.
To manage stations manually in Favorites:
1. Select Options > Add station manually. Enter the Web address of the station
and a name that you want to appear in the Favorites list.
2. To add the currently playing station to Favorites, select Options > Add to
Favorites.
3. To view station information, move a station up or down in the list, or, to delete a
station from Favorites, select Options > Station and the desired option.
4. To view only stations beginning with particular letters or numbers, start entering
the characters. Matching stations are displayed.
You can also browse for station links with the Web Browser application. Compatible
links are automatically opened in the Internet Radio application.
Search for stations
Select Menu > Media > Radio > Internet radio.
To search for radio stations in the Internet Radio service by name, do the following:
1. Select Search.
2. Enter a station name or the first letters of the name into the search field, then
press the Middle Select key.
3. Matching stations are displayed.
4. To listen to a station, select the station, the select Options > Listen.
5. To save a station to Favorites, select the station, then select Options > Add to
Favorites.
To make another search, select Options > Search again.
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Internet radio settings
Select Menu > Media > Radio > Internet radio > Options > Settings.
To select the default access point to connect to the network, select Default access
point, then choose from the available options. If you want the device to ask you to
select the access point every time you open the application, select GPRS
connection bitrate.
To change the connection speeds for different connection types, choose from the
following:
• GPRS connection bitrate — GPRS packet data connections
• 3G connection bitrate — 3G packet data connections
• Wi-Fi connection bitrate — WLAN connections
The quality of the radio broadcast depends on the selected connection speed. The
higher the speed, the better the quality. To avoid buffering, use the highest quality
only with high-speed connections.
Music Player
Music Player supports file formats such as AAC, AAC+, eAAC +, MP3, and WMA.
Music Player does not necessarily support all the features of a file format or all the
variations of file formats.
To open the music player, select Menu > Media > Music Player.
Play a song
Select Menu > Media > Music Player.
• To add all available songs to the music library, select Options > Refresh library.
• To play a song, select the desired category and the song.
• To pause playback, press the scroll key; to resume, press the scroll key again. To
stop playback, scroll down.
• To fast-forward or rewind, press and hold the scroll key to the right or left.
• To skip to the next item, scroll right. To return to the beginning of the item, scroll
left. To skip to the previous item, scroll left again within two seconds after a song
has started.
• To modify the tone of the music playback, select Options > Equalizer.
• To modify the balance and stereo image, or to enhance the bass, select Options
> Settings.
• To return to the home screen and leave the player playing in the background,
press the End key briefly.
WARNING: Continuous exposure to high volumes may damage your
hearing. Listen to music at a moderate level, and do not hold the device
near your ear when the loudspeaker is in use.
Playlists
To view and manage playlists, select Music library > Playlists.
• To create a new playlist, select Options > New playlist.
• To add songs to the playlist, select the song and Options > Add to playlist >
Saved playlist or New playlist.
• To reorder songs in a playlist, scroll to the song you want to move, then select
Options > Reorder playlist.
Preset frequency settings
Select Menu > Media > Music Player and Options > Go to Now Playing> Options
> Equalizer.
To use a preset frequency setting when playing music, select the frequency setting
you want to use and Options > Activate.
To modify the frequency of a preset setting, select Options > Edit and a frequency
band, then scroll up or down to adjust its value. You hear your frequency adjustment
immediately in the playback.
To reset the frequency bands to their original values, select Options > Reset to
defaults.
To create your own frequency setting, select Options > New preset. Enter a name
for the frequency setting. Scroll up or down to move between the frequency bands,
and set the frequency for each band.
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Ovi music
Recorder
Select Menu > Media > Ovi Music.
In the Nokia Music Store (network service), you can search for, browse, and purchase
music to download to your device.
To access the Nokia Music Store, you must have a valid Internet access point in the
device. To purchase music, you first need to register for the service.
Nokia Music Store is not available in all countries or regions.
With the Recorder application, you can record voice memos and telephone
conversations. You cannot use the recorder when a data call or GPRS connection is
active.
Select Menu > Media > Recorder.
To record a sound clip, select
.
To stop recording a sound clip, select (image)
.
To listen to the sound clip, select (image)
.
To select the recording quality or where you want to save your sound clips, select
Options > Settings.
Recorded sound clips are saved to the Sound Clips folder in Gallery.
To record a telephone conversation, open recorder during a voice call, then select
(image). Both parties hear a tone every five seconds during recording.
Nokia Music Store settings
The availability and appearance of the Nokia Music Store settings may vary. The
settings may also be predefined and not editable. You may be asked to select the
access point to use when connecting to the Nokia Music Store; select Default Access
Point.
In the Nokia Music Store, you may be able to edit the settings by selecting Options
> Settings.
Share online
Transfer music from a computer
In the Nokia Music Store, you may be able to transfer music from a computer.
You can use the following methods to transfer music:
• To install Nokia Ovi Player to manage and organize your music files, download the
PC software from www.ovi.com and follow the instructions.
• To view your device on a computer as a mass storage device where you can
transfer any data files to, connect to the computer with a compatible USB data
cable or Bluetooth. If you are using a USB data cable, select Mass Storage as the
connection mode. A compatible memory card must be in the device.
• To synchronize music with Windows Media Player, connect a compatible USB
data cable, then select Media Transfer as the connection mode. A compatible
memory card must be in the device.
• To change the default USB connection mode, select Menu > Ctrl. panel >
Connectivity > USB and USB connection mode.
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About Share Online
With Share Online (network service), you can post your images, video clips, and
sound clips from your device to compatible online sharing services, such as albums
and blogs. You can also view and send comments about the posts in these services
and download content to your Vertu phone.
The supported content types and the availability of the Share Online service may vary.
Subscribe to services
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
To subscribe to an online sharing service, go to the service provider's website, then
check that your device is compatible with the service. Create an account as
instructed on the website. You receive a user name and password needed to set up
your device with the account.
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To activate a service:
1. Open the Share Online application in your device, then select a service and
Options > Activate.
2. Allow the device to create a network connection. If you are prompted for an
Internet access point, select one in the list.
3. Sign in to your account as instructed on the service provider’s website.
For availability and third-party service and data transfer costs, contact your service
provider or the relevant third party.
Manage your accounts
• To view your accounts, select Options > Settings > My accounts
• To create a new account, select Options > Add new account.
• To change your user name or password for an account, select the account and
Options > Open.
• To set the account as the default when sending posts from your device, select
Options > Set as default.
• To remove an account, select the account and Options > Delete.
Create a post
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
To post media files to a service, go to a service, then select Options > New upload.
If the online sharing service provides channels for posting files, select the desired
channel.
To add an image, video clip, or sound clip to the post, select Options > Insert.
Enter a title or description for the post, if available.
To add tags to the post, select Tags:.
To enable the posting of location information contained in the file, select Location:.
To send the post to the service, select Options > Upload.
Post files from Photos
You can post your files from Photos to an online sharing service.
1. Select Menu > Media > Gallery > Images and the files you want to post.
2. Select Options > Send > Upload and the desired account.
3. Edit your post as required.
4. Select Options > Upload.
One-Click Upload
One-Click Upload lets you post images to an online sharing service immediately after
capturing them.
To use One-Click Upload, capture an image with your device camera, then select the
online sharing icon in the toolbar
.
Tag list
Tags describe the content of the post and help viewers find content in online sharing
services.
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
• To view the list of available tags when creating a post, select Tags:.
• To add tags to your post, select a tag in the list, then select Done.
• To add several tags to the post, select each tag and Options > Mark/Unmark >
Mark.
• To search for tags, enter the search text into the search field.
• To add a tag to the tag list, select Options > New tag.
Manage posts in Outbox
Outbox shows the posts you are currently uploading, posts that have failed to upload,
and the posts you have sent.
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
• To open Outbox, select Outbox > Options > Open.
• To start uploading a post, select the post and Options > Upload now.
• To cancel uploading a post, select the post and Options > Cancel.
• To delete a post, select the post and Options > Delete.
View service content
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
• To view the content of a service, select the service and Options > Open.
• To open a feed, select the feed. To open the feed in the browser, select the service
provider's website.
• To view comments related to a file, select the file and Options > View comments.
• To view a file in full screen mode, select the file.
• To update a feed, select the feed and Options > Update now.
• If you see an interesting file and want to download the entire feed to your device,
select the file and Options > Subscribe to contact.
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Service provider settings
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
To view the list of service providers, select Options > Settings > Service providers.
To check the details of a service, select the service in the list. To delete the selected
service, select Options > Delete.
Edit account settings
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
• To edit your accounts, select Options > Settings > My accounts and an account.
• To change the user name for the account, select User Name.
• To change the password for an account, select Password.
• To change the account name, select Account Name.
• To set the size of images that you post, select Upload image size > Original,
Medium (1024 x 768 pixels) or Small (640 x 480 pixels).
Edit advanced settings
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
• To edit the advanced settings, select Options > Settings > Advanced.
• To only use a wireless LAN (WLAN) connection for sharing, select Use cellular >
Disabled. To allow a packet data connection, select Enabled.
• To allow sharing and downloading items while outside your home network, select
Allow roaming > Enabled.
• To download new items from the service automatically, select Download interval
and the download interval. To download items manually, select Manual.
Data counters
Select Menu > Media > Share online.
To check the amount of data you have uploaded and downloaded, select Options >
Settings > Data transferred.
To reset the counters, select Options > Clear sent, Clear received, or Clear all.
RealPlayer
Select Menu > Media > RealPlayer.
RealPlayer plays video and sound clips that are stored on your device, transferred from
an email message or a compatible computer, or streamed to your device over the Web.
Supported file formats include MPEG-4, MP4 (not streaming), 3GP, RV, RA, AMR, and
Midi. RealPlayer does not necessarily support all variations of a media file format.
Play video clips and stream links
• To play a video clip, select Video Clips and a clip.
• To stream content over the air (network service), select Streaming Links and a
link. RealPlayer recognizes two kinds of links: an rtsp:// URL and an http:// URL
that points to a RAM file. Before the content begins streaming, your device must
connect to a website and buffer the content. If a network connection problem
causes a playback error, RealPlayer automatically attempts to reconnect to the
Internet access point.
• To download video clips from the Web, select Download Videos.
• To list recently played files, in the application main view, select Recently Played.
• To adjust the volume during playback, use the volume keys.
To fast-forward during playback, scroll right and hold. To rewind during play, scroll left
and hold. To stop the playback or streaming, select Stop. If buffering or the
connection to the streaming site is interrupted, the playback of the clip stops and the
clip rewinds to the beginning. To view the video clip in normal screen mode, select
Options > Continue in normal scr..
View information about a media clip
To view the properties of a video or sound clip or Web link, select Options > Clip
details. Information may include, for example, the bitrate or Internet link of a
streaming file.
RealPlayer settings
Select Menu > Media > RealPlayer.
You may receive RealPlayer settings in a message from your service provider.
To define the settings manually, select Options > Settings > Video or Streaming.
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Video center
The video center helps you manage the videos on your phone.
Select Menu > Media > Video center.
• Select Last watched to view the recent videos watched.
• Select My videos to view all the videos on your phone.
• Select Video feeds to view the feeds.
• Select Add new services to add services from the Ovi Store.
You can change the setting by selecting Menu > Media > Video center > Options.
Select Parental Control to set a parental lock. You can set which memory in the phone
to save videos to and whether to view videos as thumbnails. You can also edit the
connection settings.
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My position
Maps
View your location and the map
See your current location on the map and browse maps of different cities and countries.
Select Menu > Maps and My position.
Welcome to Maps
Maps shows you what's nearby, helps you plan your route, and guides you to where
you want to go:
• Find cities, streets, and services.
• Find your way with turn-by-turn directions.
• Synchronize your favorite locations and routes between your mobile device and
the Ovi Maps Internet service.
• Check weather forecasts and other local information, if available.
Some services may not be available in all countries and may be provided only in
selected languages. The services may be network dependent. For more information,
contact your network service provider.
WARNING: Almost all digital cartography is inaccurate and incomplete to
some extent. Never rely solely on the cartography that you download for
use in this device.
NOTE: Using the service or downloading content may involve the transfer
of large amounts of data, which may result in data traffic costs.
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marks your current position, if available.
indicates your last known position, if your current position is not available.
If only cell-ID-based positioning is available, a red halo around the positioning icon
indicates the general area you might be in. In densely populated areas, the accuracy
of the estimate increases, and the red halo is smaller than in lightly populated areas.
Move around the map
Use the scroll keys. By default, the map is oriented northward.
View your current or last known location
Press 0.
If you browse to an area not covered by the maps stored on your device and you have
an active data connection, new maps are automatically downloaded.
Map coverage varies by country and region.
Maps
Map view
Change the look of the map
View the map in different modes to easily identify where you are:
1. Select Menu > Maps and My position.
2. Press 1, then select from the following:
Maps
Satellite
Terrain
In the standard map view, details such as location names or
expressway numbers are easy to read.
For a detailed view, use satellite images.
At a glance, view the ground type and other information when
you are traveling off-road.
3. To change between 2D and 3D views, press 3.
Download and update maps
Normally, maps are preloaded onto the SD card (F drive). However, if you need to
download or update maps, use the following procedure:
• To avoid mobile data transfer costs, download the latest maps and voice guidance
files to your computer using the Ovi Suite application, then transfer and save them
to your phone.
• To download and install Ovi Suite onto your compatible computer, either go to
www.ovi.com or install it from the SD card supplied with your phone. Refer to
“Install Ovi Suite” on page 90 for further help.
• To make sure your device does not use an Internet connection, in the main menu,
select Options > Settings > Internet > Connection > Offline.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Selected location
Indicator area
Point of interest (for example, a railway station or museum)
Information area
TIP: Save new maps to your device before a journey, so you can browse the
maps without an Internet connection when traveling abroad.
Using the compass
Your Vertu phone contains a compass. When activated, both the compass arrow and
map rotate automatically in the direction the top of your phone is pointing to.
Select Menu > Maps and My position.
Press 5
Press 5
Activate the compass. The map is oriented northward.
Deactivate the compass.
The compass is active when there is a green outline. If the compass needs
calibration, the outline of the compass is red or yellow. Note that the function of the
compass depends on the GPS position being established.
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The compass has limited accuracy. Electromagnetic fields, metal objects, or other
external circumstances may also affect the accuracy of the compass. The compass
should always be properly calibrated.
To calibrate the compass
Rotate the device around all axes in a continuous movement until the outline of the
compass turns green.
About positioning methods
Maps displays your location using GPS, A-GPS, WLAN, or cell-ID-based positioning.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a satellite-based navigation system used for
calculating your location. Assisted GPS (A-GPS) is a network service that sends you
GPS data, improving the speed and accuracy of the positioning.
Wireless local area network (WLAN) positioning improves position accuracy when
GPS signals are not available, especially when you are indoors or between tall
buildings.
With cell-ID-based positioning, the position is determined through the antenna tower
your mobile device is currently connected to.
When you use Maps for the first time, you are prompted to set the Internet access
point to use for downloading map information, using A-GPS, or connecting to a
WLAN.
The availability and quality of GPS signals may be affected by your location, satellite
positions, buildings, natural obstacles, weather conditions, and adjustments to GPS
satellites made by the United States government. GPS signals may not be available
inside buildings or underground.
WARNING: Do not use GPS for precise location measurement, and never
rely solely on the location information provided by GPS and cellular
networks.
NOTE: Using WLAN may be restricted in some countries. For example, in
France, you are only allowed to use WLAN indoors. For more information,
contact your local authorities.
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Find places
Find a location
Maps helps you find specific locations and businesses.
Select Menu > Maps and Search.
1. Enter search words, such as a street address or zip code. To clear the search
field, select Clear.
2. Select Go.
3. In the list of proposed matches, go to the desired item.
• To display the location on the map, select Map.
• To view the other locations in the search results list on the map, scroll up or
down.
List
Browse
categories
Return to the list of proposed matches.
To search for different types of nearby places, select a
category, such as shopping, accommodation, or transport.
If no search results are found, make sure you spelled your search terms correctly.
Problems with your Internet connection may also affect results when searching
online.
• To avoid data transfer costs, you can also get search results without an active
Internet connection if you have maps of the searched area stored on your device.
View location details
• To view more information about a specific location or place, such as a hotel or
restaurant, if available:
Select Menu > Maps and My position.
• To view the details of a place:
Select a place, press the Middle Select key, then choose Show details.
Maps
Favorites
Save places and routes
Save addresses, places of interest, and routes, so they can be quickly used later:
Select Menu > Maps.
To save a place:
1. Select My position.
2. Go to the location. To search for an address or place, select Search.
3. Press the Middle Select key.
4. Select Save place.
To save a route:
1. Select My position.
2. Go to the location. To search for an address or place, select Search.
3. To add another route point, select the Middle Select key > Add to route.
4. Select Add new route point and the appropriate option.
5. Select Show route > Options > Save route.
View your saved places and routes
Select Favorites > Places or Routes.
View and organize places or routes
Use your Favorites to quickly access the places and routes you have saved.
Group the places and routes into a collection, for example, when planning a trip.
Select Menu > Maps and Favorites.
To view a saved place on the map:
1. Select Places.
2. Go to the place.
3. Select Map.
4. To return to the list of saved places, select List.
To add a saved place to a collection:
1. Select Places and the place.
2. Select Organize collections.
3. Select New collection or an existing collection.
If you need to delete places or routes or add a route to a collection, go to the Ovi Maps
Internet service at www.ovi.com.
Send places to your friends
When you want to share place information with your friends, you can send the details
directly to their devices:
1. Select Menu > Maps and My position.
2. Select a location on the map, press the Middle Select key, then select Send.
3. Choose the message type and recipient, then send the message.
Synchronize your Favorites
Plan a trip on your computer on the Ovi Maps website, then synchronize the saved
places, routes, and collections with your mobile device, so you can access the plan
on the go.
To synchronize places, routes, and collections between your mobile device and the
Ovi Maps Internet service, you need a Nokia account. If you do not have one, select
Maps > Options > Account > Nokia account > Create new account.
• To synchronize saved places, routes, and collections, select Favorites >
Synchronize with Ovi. If you do not have a Nokia account, you are prompted to
create one.
• To set the device to synchronize Favorites automatically, select Options >
Settings > Synchronization > Change > At start-up and shutd..
Synchronization requires an active Internet connection and may involve the
transmission of large amounts of data through your service provider’s network.
For information about data transmission charges, contact your service provider.
To use the Ovi Maps Internet service, go to www.ovi.com.
To create a collection:
Select Create new collection, then enter a collection name.
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Share location
Drive and Walk
Publish your current location to Facebook, together with text and a picture.
Your Facebook friends can see your location on a map.
To share your location, you need a Nokia account and a Facebook account.
Get voice guidance
1. Select Menu > Maps and Share loc.
2. Sign in to your Nokia account, or, if you do not have one, select Create new
account.
3. Sign in to your Facebook account.
4. Select your current location.
5. Enter your status update.
6. To attach a picture to your post, select Add a Photo.
7. Select Share Location.
To manage your Facebook account:
In the main view, select Options > Account > Share location settings > Facebook.
Sharing your location and viewing the location of others requires an Internet
connection. This may involve the transmission of large amounts of data and related
data traffic costs.
The Facebook terms of use apply to sharing your location on Facebook. Familiarize
yourself with the Facebook terms of use and privacy practices.
Before sharing your location with others, always consider carefully who you are
sharing it with. Check the privacy settings of the social networking service you are
using, as you might be sharing your location with a large group of people.
Voice guidance, if available in your language, helps you find your way to a destination,
leaving you free to enjoy the journey.
Select Menu > Maps and Drive or Walk.
When you use drive or walk navigation for the first time, you are asked to select the
voice guidance language and to download the appropriate files.
If you select a language that includes street names, the street names are also said
aloud. Voice guidance may not be available in your language.
To change the voice guidance language:
Select Maps > Options > Settings > Navigation > Drive guidance or Walk
guidance and the appropriate option.
To deactivate voice guidance:
Select Maps > Options > Settings > Navigation > Drive guidance or Walk
guidance and None.
To repeat the voice guidance for car navigation:
In the navigation view, select Options > Repeat.
To adjust the volume of the voice guidance for car navigation:
In the navigation view, select Options > Volume.
Drive to your destination
When you need turn-by-turn directions while driving, Maps helps you get to your
destination.
Select Menu > Maps and Drive.
To drive to a destination:
Select Set destination and the appropriate option.
To drive to your home:
Select Drive home.
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When you select Drive Home or Walk Home for the first time, you are prompted to
define your home location. To later change the home location, do the following:
1. In the main view, select Options > Settings > Navigation > Home location >
Change > Redefine.
2. Select the appropriate option.
TIP: To drive without a set destination, select Map. Your location is
displayed in the center of the map as you move.
To change views during navigation:
• Press the scroll key, then select 2D view, 3D view, Arrow view, or Route
overview.
• Obey all local laws. Always keep your hands free to operate the vehicle while
driving. Your first consideration while driving should be road safety.
Navigation view
Get traffic and safety information
Enhance your driving experience with real-time information about traffic events, lane
assistance, and speed limit warnings, if available in your country or region.
Select Menu > Maps and Drive.
To view traffic events on the map:
During drive navigation, select Options > Traffic info. The events are displayed as
triangles and lines.
To update traffic information:
Select Options > Traffic info > Update traffic info.
To avoid traffic events:
When planning a route, you can set the device to avoid traffic events, such as traffic
jams or roadwork.
Select Maps > Options > Settings > Navigation > Reroute due to traffic.
The location of speed cameras may be shown on your route during navigation, if this
feature is enabled. Some jurisdictions prohibit or regulate the use of speed camera
location data. Nokia is not responsible for the accuracy or consequences of using
speed camera location data.
Walk to your destination
When you need directions to follow a route on foot, Maps guides you through
squares, parks, pedestrian zones, and even shopping malls.
Select Menu > Maps and Walk.
To walk to a destination:
Select Set destination and the appropriate option.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Route
Your location and direction
Compass
Information bar (speed, distance, time)
To walk to your home:
Select Walk home.
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Maps
When you select Drive Home or Walk Home for the first time, you are prompted to
define your home location. To later change the home location, do the following:
1. In the main view, select Options > Settings > Navigation > Home location >
Change > Redefine.
2. Select the appropriate option.
TIP: To walk without a set destination, select Map. Your location is
displayed in the center of the map as you move.
Plan a route
Plan your journey, create your route, and view it on the map before setting off.
Select Menu > Maps and My position.
To create a route:
1. Go to your starting point.
2. Press the Middle Select key, then select Add to route.
3. To add another route point, select Add new route point and the appropriate
option.
To change the order of the route points:
1. Go to a route point.
2. Press the Middle Select key, then select Move.
3. Go to the place where you want to move the route point to, then select OK.
To edit the location of a route point:
Go to the route point, press the Middle Select key, then select Edit and the
appropriate option.
To view the route on the map:
Select Show route.
To navigate to the destination:
Select Show route > Options > Start driving or Start walking.
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To change the settings for a route:
The route settings affect the navigation guidance and the way the route is displayed
on the map.
1. In the route planner view, open the Settings tab. To get to the route planner view
from the navigation view, select Options > Route points or Route point list.
2. Set the transportation mode to Drive or Walk. If you select Walk, one-way streets
are regarded as normal streets, and walkways and through routes, such as parks
and shopping malls, can be used.
3. Select the desired option.
To select the walking mode:
Select Settings > Walk > Preferred route > Streets or Straight line. Straight Line
is useful on off-road terrain, as it indicates the walking direction.
To use the faster or shorter driving route:
Open the Settings tab, then select Drive > Route selection > Faster route or
Shorter route.
To use the optimized driving route:
Open the Settings tab, then select Drive > Route selection > Optimized.
The optimized driving route combines the advantages of both the shorter and faster
routes.
You can also choose to allow or avoid using, for example, expressways, toll roads, or
ferries.
Maps
Maps shortcuts
General shortcuts
0
1
2 or 8
4 or 6
5
To return to your current location
To change the map type
To tilt the map
To rotate the map
To return the map to the north up position
Pedestrian navigation shortcuts
2
3
6
7
8
9
To save a location
To search for locations by category
To adjust the volume of the pedestrian navigation guidance
To view the list of route points
To adjust the map for night use
To view the dashboard
Car navigation shortcuts
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
To adjust the map for day or night use
To save the current location
To search for locations by category
To repeat the voice guidance
To find a different route
To adjust the voice guidance volume
To add a stopover to the route
To view traffic information
To view the dashboard
Map Settings
Select Menu > Maps > Options > Settings.
Internet
Connection
Network
destination
Roaming warning
Options are Online or Offline.
Options are Internet, Multimedia Msg, or
WAP Services.
Options are On or Off.
Navigation
Drive guidance
Select language and voice type. You may be
prompted to download the guidance.
Select language or beeps and vibrations.
You may be prompted to download the
guidance.
Define your home location.
Options are Always On, Optimized, and
System Default.
Options are On or Off.
Options are Manual or at selected times
ranging from 5 to 40 minutes.
Options are Automatic or Always Ask.
Walk guidance
Home location
Backlight
Automatic zoom
Traffic info update
Reroute due to
traffic
Time indicator
Options are Travel Time or Time of Arrival.
Speed limit warner Options are On or Off. If On, input speed limit
for <80 km/hr and speed limit for >80 km/hr.
Safety spot warner Options are On, Off, and Only Visual.
Maps improvement Options are On or Off.
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Maps
Route
Transport mode
Route selection
Expressway
Tunnel
Ferry
Toll roads
Unpaved roads
Train ferry
Map
Select the features to display, such as
Cinema, Museum, Parking, and Shops.
Over 25 categories exist.
Colors
Select Day mode, Night mode, or Automatic.
Memory to be used Options are E: Mass Memory or F: Memory
Card.
Maximum memory Select a value between 10% and 90%
use
System of
Options are Imperial or Metric.
measurement
Categories
Synchronization
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Options are Drive or Walk.
Options are Faster Route, Optimized, or
Shorter Route.
Options are Yes or No.
Options are Yes or No.
Options are Yes or No.
Options are Yes or No.
Options are Yes or No.
Options are Yes or No.
Synchronization
Options are Manual, and At start-up
and shutd.
Positioning
Positioning
Positioning (GPS)
You can use applications, such as GPS Data, to find your location or measure
distances and coordinates. These applications require a GPS signal.
Select Menu > Applications > GPS.
About GPS
The GPS coordinates are expressed using the international WGS-84 coordinate
system. The availability of the coordinates may vary by region.
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is operated by the United States government,
which is solely responsible for its accuracy and maintenance. The accuracy of
location data can be affected by adjustments to GPS satellites made by the United
States government and is subject to change according to the United States
Department of Defense civil GPS policy and the Federal Radionavigation Plan.
Accuracy can also be affected by poor satellite geometry. The availability and quality
of GPS signals may be affected by your location, buildings, natural obstacles, and
weather conditions. GPS signals may not be available inside buildings or
underground and may be impaired by materials such as concrete and metal.
GPS should not be used for precise location measurement, and you should never rely
solely on location data from the GPS receiver and cellular radio networks for
positioning or navigation.
The trip meter has limited accuracy, and rounding errors may occur. Accuracy can
also be affected by the availability and quality of GPS signals.
Different positioning methods can be enabled or disabled in positioning settings.
Assisted GPS (A-GPS)
Your device also supports assisted GPS (A-GPS).
A-GPS requires network support.
Assisted GPS (A-GPS) is used to retrieve assistance data over a packet data
connection, which assists in calculating the coordinates of your current location when
your device is receiving signals from satellites.
When you activate A-GPS, your device receives useful satellite information from an
assistance data server over the cellular network. With the help of assisted data, your
device can obtain the GPS position faster.
Your device is preconfigured to use the Nokia A-GPS service if no service-providerspecific A-GPS settings are available. The assistance data is retrieved from the Nokia
A-GPS service server only when needed.
To disable the A-GPS service, select Menu > Applications > GPS > GPS data and
Options > Positioning settings > Positioning methods > Assisted GPS >
Disable.
You must have an Internet access point defined in the device to retrieve assistance
data from the Nokia A-GPS service over a packet data connection. The access point
for A-GPS can be defined in positioning settings. A wireless LAN (WLAN) access
point cannot be used for this service.
Only a packet data Internet access point can be used. Your device asks you to select
the Internet access point when GPS is used for the first time.
Hold your device correctly
When using the GPS receiver, make sure you do not cover the antenna with your
hand. The antenna for the GPS receiver is in the top part of your phone.
Establishing a GPS connection may take a couple of seconds to several minutes.
Establishing a GPS connection in a vehicle may take longer.
The GPS receiver draws its power from the device battery. Using the GPS receiver
may drain the battery faster.
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Positioning
Tips on creating a GPS connection
If your device cannot find the satellite signal, consider the following:
• If you are indoors, go outdoors to receive a better signal.
• If you are outdoors, move to a more open space.
• Ensure that your hand does not cover the GPS antenna of your device.
• Poor weather conditions may affect signal strength.
• Some vehicles have tinted windows, which may block the satellite signals.
Check satellite signal status
To check how many satellites your device has found and whether your device is
receiving satellite signals, select Menu > Applications > GPS > GPS data and
Options > Satellite status.
If your device has found satellites, a bar for each satellite is displayed in the satellite
information view. The longer the bar, the stronger the satellite signal. When your
device has received enough data from the satellite signal to calculate the coordinates
of your location, the bar color changes.
Initially, your device must receive signals from at least four satellites to be able to
calculate the coordinates of your location. When the initial calculation has been made,
it may be possible to continue calculating the coordinates of your location with three
satellites. However, the accuracy is generally better when more satellites are found.
Position requests
You may receive a request from a network service to receive your position
information. Service providers may offer information about local issues, such as
weather and traffic conditions, based on the location of your device. When you
receive a position request, the service making the request is displayed. Select
Accept to allow your position information to be sent or Reject to deny the request.
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Landmarks
With Landmarks, you can save the position information of specific locations in your
device. You can sort the saved locations into different categories, such as business,
and add other information to them, such as addresses. You can use your saved
landmarks in compatible applications, such as GPS Data.
Select Menu > Applications > GPS > Landmarks.
The GPS coordinates are expressed using the international WGS-84 coordinate
system.
Select Options, then choose from the following:
• New landmark — Create a new landmark. To make a positioning request for your
current location, select Current position. To select the location using the map, select
Select from map. To enter the position information manually, select Enter
manually.
• Edit — Edit or add information to a saved landmark (for example, a street address).
• Add to category— Add a landmark to a category in Landmarks. Select each
category you want to add the landmark to.
• Send — Send one or several landmarks to a compatible device. Your received
landmarks are placed in the Inbox folder in Messaging.
You can sort your landmarks into preset categories, or you can create new
categories. To edit and create new landmark categories, open the Categories tab,
then select Options > Edit categories.
Positioning
GPS Data
Select Menu > Applications > GPS > GPS data.
GPS Data is designed to provide route guidance information to a selected destination,
position information about your current location, and travel information, such as the
approximate distance to the destination and the approximate duration of travel.
GPS coordinates are expressed in degrees and decimal degrees format using the
international WGS-84 coordinate system.
To use GPS Data, your device's GPS receiver must initially receive position
information from at least four satellites to calculate the coordinates of your location.
When the initial calculation has been made, it may be possible to continue calculating
the coordinates of your location with three satellites. However, the accuracy is
generally better when more satellites are found.
Route guidance
Select Menu > Applications > GPS > GPS data > Navigation.
Start the route guidance outdoors. If started indoors, the GPS receiver may not
receive the necessary information from the satellites.
Route guidance uses a rotating compass on the device display. A red ball shows the
direction to the destination, and the approximate distance to it is shown inside the
compass ring.
Route guidance is designed to show the straightest route and the shortest distance to
the destination, measured in a straight line. Any obstacles on the route, such as
buildings and natural obstacles, are ignored. Differences in altitude are not taken into
account when calculating the distance. Route guidance is active only when you move.
To set your trip destination, select Options > Set destination and a landmark as the
destination, or enter the latitude and longitude coordinates.
To clear the destination set for your trip, select Stop navigation.
Retrieve position information
Select Menu > Applications > GPS > GPS data > Position.
In the position view, you can view the position information of your current location. An
estimate of the accuracy of the location is displayed.
To save your current location as a landmark, select Options > Save position.
Landmarks are saved locations with additional information; they can be used in other
compatible applications and transferred between compatible devices.
Trip meter
Select Menu > Applications > GPS > GPS data > Trip distance.
The trip meter has limited accuracy, and rounding errors may occur. Accuracy can
also be affected by the availability and quality of GPS signals. To turn trip distance
calculation on or off, select Options > Start or Stop. The calculated values remain
on the display.
Use this feature outdoors to receive a better GPS signal.
To set the trip distance and time and average and maximum speeds to zero, and to
start a new calculation, select Options > Reset. To set the trip meter and total time
to zero, select Restart.
Positioning settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Positioning.
To use a specific positioning method to detect the location of your device, select
Positioning methods
Select from the following:
• Integrated GPS — Use the integrated GPS receiver of your device.
• Assisted GPS — Use assisted GPS (A-GPS) to receive assistance data from an
assistance data server.
• Bluetooth GPS — Use a compatible external GPS receiver with Bluetooth
connectivity.
• Network based — Use information from the cellular network (network service).
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Positioning
Positioning server
To define an access point and positioning server for network-assisted positioning
methods, such as assisted GPS or network-based positioning, select Positioning
server. The positioning server may be preset by your positioning (GPS) service
provider, and you may not be able to edit the settings.
Notation preferences
To select which measurement system you want to use for speeds and distances,
select Measurement system > Metric or Imperial.
To define in which format the coordinate information is displayed in your device,
select Coordinate format and the desired format.
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Application Manager
Application Manager
Application Manager
With Application Manager, you can view detailed information about installed
applications, remove applications, install pending applications, install from a
download source, and define installation settings.
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > App mgr.
Security and data management
You can install two types of applications and software onto your device:
• JME applications based on Java technology with the .jad or .jar file extensions.
• Other applications and software suitable for the Symbian operating system with
the .sis or .sisx file extensions.
Only software that is compatible with your device can be installed.
Install applications
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > App mgr.
You can transfer installation files to your device using a number of methods. Select
Download apps. in App mgr. or Download in the Vertu menu, download files from
a compatible computer or while browsing, receive files in a multimedia message as
an email attachment, or use other connection methods, such as Bluetooth, to
transfers files. You can also use Ovi Suite to install an application onto your device.
Icons in Application Manager indicate the following:
SIS or SISX application
Java application
Widgets
Before installation, note the following:
• To view the application type, version number, and supplier or manufacturer, select
Options > View details.
• To display the application security certificate information, select Details: >
Certificates: > View details.
• If you install a file that contains an update or repair to an existing application, you
can only restore the original application if you have the original installation file or a
full backup copy of the deleted software package. To restore the original
application, uninstall the application, then install the application again from the
original installation file or the backup copy.
To install software or an application:
1. To locate an installation file, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > App mgr. >
Installation files.
Alternatively, search for installation files using File Manager, or select
Messaging > Inbox, then open a message that contains an installation file.
2. In Application Manager, select Options > Install. In other applications, select
the installation file to start the installation.
During installation, the device shows information about installation progress. If you
install an application without a digital signature or certification, the device displays a
warning. Continue installation only if you are sure of the origin and contents of the
application.
• To open an installed application, locate the application in the menu, then select the
application.
• To see which software packages are installed or removed and when, select
Options > View log.
If there is no access point defined for the application, you are asked to select one.
When you download the JAR file, you may need to enter a user name and password
to access the server. You can get these from the application supplier or developer.
IMPORTANT: Your device can only support one antivirus application.
Having more than one application with antivirus functionality could affect
performance and operation or cause the device to stop functioning.
IMPORTANT: Only install and use applications and other software from
trusted sources, such as applications that are Symbian Signed or have
passed Java Verified™ testing.
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Application Manager
After you install applications to a compatible memory card, installation files (.sis,
.sisx) remain in the device memory. The files may use large amounts of memory and
prevent you from storing other files. To free up memory space, use Ovi Suite to back
up installation files to a compatible PC, then use the file manager to remove the
installation files from the device memory. If the SIS file is a message attachment,
delete the message from the Messaging inbox.
Remove applications and software
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > App mgr. > Installed apps.
Scroll to a software package, then select Options > Uninstall. Select Yes to confirm.
You can only reinstall a deleted application if you have the original software package
or a full backup of it. If you remove a software
package, you may no longer be able to open documents created with that software.
If another software package depends on the software package that you removed, the
other software package may stop working. For more information, see the
documentation of the installed software package.
Application Manager settings
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > App mgr.
Select Options > Settings, then choose from the following:
• Software installation — Select whether Symbian software that has no verified
digital signature can be installed.
• Online certificate check — Check the online certificates before installing an
application.
• Default Web address — Set the default address used when checking online
certificates.
Some Java applications may require that a message be sent or a network connection
be made to a specific access point to download extra data or components.
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Personal Settings
Personal Settings
This section describes how to personalize your phone by, for example, adjusting the
various tones, background images, and screen savers.
Profiles
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Profiles.
You can adjust and customize the ringtones, alert tones, and other device tones for
different events, environments, or caller groups. The active profile is shown at the top
of the display on the home screen. However, if the active profile is General, only
today's date is shown.
To create a new profile, select Options > Create new, then define the settings.
To customize a particular profile, select a profile and Options > Personalize.
To change to a particular profile, select a profile and Options > Activate.
The Offline profile prevents your device from accidentally switching on, sending or
receiving messages, or using wireless LAN, Bluetooth connectivity, GPS, or FM
radio; it also closes any Internet connection that may be in operation when the profile
is selected.
The Offline profile does not prevent you from establishing a wireless LAN or
Bluetooth connection at a later time or from restarting the GPS or FM radio, so comply
with any applicable safety requirements when establishing and using these features.
To set the profile to be active until a certain time within the next 24 hours, scroll to the
profile, select Options > Timed, then set the time. When the time expires, the profile
changes back to the previously active untimed profile. When the profile is timed, a
timer icon is displayed on the home screen. The Offline profile cannot be timed.
To delete a profile that you created, select Options > Delete profile. You cannot
delete the predefined profiles.
Select ringtones
To set a ringtone for a profile, select Options > Personalize > Ringtone.
Select a ringtone in the list, or select Download Sounds to open a bookmark folder
containing a list of bookmarks for downloading ringtones using the browser. Any
downloaded tones are saved to Gallery.
To play the ringtone for a selected contact group only, select Options > Personalize
> Alert for, then select the desired group. Phone calls coming from outside that
group have a silent alert.
To change the message tone, select Options > Personalize > Message alert tone.
Customize profiles
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Profiles.
Select Options > Personalize, then choose from the following:
• Ringtone — Select a ringtone in the list, or select Download Sounds to open a
bookmark folder containing a list of bookmarks for downloading ringtones using
the browser. If you have two alternate phone lines in use, you can specify a
ringtone for each line.
• Video call tone — Select a ringtone for video calls.
• Say caller’s name — When you select this option and someone in your contacts
list calls you, the device sounds a ringtone that is a combination of the spoken
name of the contact and the selected ringtone.
• Ringing type — Select how you want the ringtone to alert you.
• Ringing volume — Select the volume of the ringtone.
• Message alert tone — Select a tone for received text messages.
• Email alert tone — Select a tone for received email messages.
• Vibrating alert — Set the device to vibrate when you receive a call or message.
• Keypad tones — Select the volume of the keypad tones.
• Warning tones — Deactivate the warning tones. This setting also affects the
tones of some games and Java™ applications.
• Alert for — Set the device to ring only when receiving calls from phone numbers
that belong to a selected contact group. Phone calls coming from outside that
group have a silent alert.
• Profile name — You can give a name to a new profile or rename an existing
profile. The General and Offline profiles cannot be renamed.
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Personal Settings
Personalize the home screen
You can define two separate home screens for different purposes, for example, one
screen to show your business email and notifications and another to show your
personal email. This way, you do not have to see business-related messages outside
office hours.
To change from one home screen to another, go to Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Modes >
Current mode, then select either Business or Personal.
To define which items you want on your home screens, and to set the appearance of
each home screen, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Modes.
• To change the name of the current home screen, select Options > Rename mode.
• To select which applications and notifications you want to display on the home
screen, select Home screen applications > Options > Change. Check the
applications you want to see, and uncheck the applications you do not want to use.
• To change the background image of the home screen currently in use, select
Wallpaper.
To select which email accounts to display in the notification area of your Business
and Personal home screens:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Modes > Current mode, then select Business.
2. Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Modes > Email notifications and choose your
primary and secondary email accounts.
3. Repeat the process, but select your Personal home screen.
To define your default mailbox
• To set up your default mailbox, select Messaging > Options > Settings > Email
> Default mailbox.
For further information about personalizing your email accounts, refer to “Email
account preferences” on page 67.
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There are a number of ways to set your preferences in the Home screen:
• To set up the Information area, refer to “Setting up the Information area on the
home screen” on page 24.
• To set up your clock functions and alarms, refer to “Clock alarms and
appointments” on page 25.
• To change the software language, refer to “QWERTY keyboard” on page 19.
Change the display theme
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Themes.
Select from the following:
• General — Change the theme used in all applications.
• Standby — Change the theme used on the home screen.
• Wallpaper — Change the background image of the home screen.
• Call image — Change the image displayed during calls.
• Audio themes — Set sounds for various events.
To activate or deactivate the theme effects, select General > Options > Theme
effects, then select On or Off.
Only the themes on the phone are currently available. Additional themes for
download may be provided in the future at Vertu’s discretion.
Personal Settings
Audio themes
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Themes and Audio themes.
You can set sounds for various device events. The sounds can be tones, speech, or
a combination of both.
The Active audio theme is preset to the Vertu theme.
To set a sound for an event, select an event group and the desired event.
To use all the preset sounds in an event group, select the group and Options >
Activate sounds.
Select Options, then choose from the following:
• Play — Play the sound before activating it.
• Save theme — Create a new audio theme.
• Speech — Select Speech to set speech as the sound for an event. Enter the
desired text into the text field. The Speech option is not available if you have
activated the Say Caller's Name option in the current profile.
• Deactivate sounds — Silence all the sounds in an event group.
Desk stand
The Desk stand is an optional feature.
When using the Desk stand, the display can be switched on for extended periods.
The default setting is one hour.
To set up the Desk stand default time period, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel >
Settings > General > Personalization > Desk stand, then choose the desired
time period (1–8 hours).
By default, the keypad remains unlocked, but you can manually lock it. Refer to
“Security Settings” on page 32. However, the display then switches off.
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Accessories
Accessories
Accessories
The following accessories are provided with your Vertu phone:
• Batteries (2)
• Wall charger (comprising wall charger plug and data cable)
• Data cable
• AV cable
• Wired headset
For more information about additional accessories approved for use with your Vertu
phone, please contact Vertu Concierge or visit www.vertu.com.
For safety information on your Vertu phone and accessories, see page 6.
For care and maintenance information on your Vertu phone and accessories, see
page 137.
Battery
Your device is powered by a rechargeable battery. The battery intended for use with
this device is BP-4LV (Li-ion). Vertu may make additional battery models available for
this device. This device is intended to be charged using an AC-31 charger.
The full performance of a new battery is achieved only after two or three complete
charge and discharge cycles.
If a battery is being used for the first time, or if the battery has not been used for a
prolonged period, it may take several minutes before the charging indicator appears
on the display or before any calls can be made.
Battery talk and standby times are estimates and depend on signal strength, network
conditions, features used, battery age and condition, temperatures the battery is
exposed to, and many other factors. The amount of time a device is used for calls
affects standby time. Likewise, the amount of time the device is turned on and in
standby mode affects talk time.
You can maximize battery performance by switching off certain functions, such as
Bluetooth, when they are not in use.
NOTE: If the battery is removed from your Vertu phone for longer than an
hour, you may need to reset the date and time.
You can charge and discharge the battery hundreds of times, but it will eventually
wear out. When the talk and standby times are noticeably shorter than normal,
replace the battery.
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Wall charger
The wall charger supplied with your Vertu phone should be appropriate for your
region. However, you should always check that the electrical rating of the AC outlet is
appropriate for the charger before you attempt to plug it in.
Charging the battery
The battery for your Vertu phone requires charging at regular intervals. The battery
does not have to be completely discharged before you can charge it.
The battery can be charged using the AC charger or the PC micro-USB connector.
To charge the battery using the AC charger:
1. Connect the micro-USB connector to your Vertu phone. Make sure that the
connector is inserted correctly, with the connector symbol on top. The Home key
flashes green while the phone is charging.
2. Plug the charger body into a powered AC outlet. After a few seconds, the
animated battery charging indicator is displayed. A confirmation message is
displayed if your Vertu phone is switched on.
3. The charging time will vary with different power sources.
4. Always charge the battery until it is fully charged. When the battery is fully
charged, the animated battery charging indicator stops. If your Vertu phone is
switched on, the Battery full message is briefly displayed.
Vertu battery authentication guidelines
For your safety, always use original Vertu batteries. To check that you have an original
Vertu battery, purchase it from a Vertu-authorized service center or dealer, and
inspect the holospot label using the following steps:
1. When you look at the holospot on the label, you should see a Vertu symbol and
three characters, similar to those shown below.
2. In the background, you should see the unique holospot serial number.
Successful completion of these steps does not guarantee the authenticity of the
battery. If you cannot confirm authenticity, or if you have reason to believe that your
Vertu battery with the holospot on the label is not an authentic Vertu battery, you
should refrain from using it and take it to the nearest Vertu-authorized service center
or dealer for assistance.
Accessories
Data cable
SD card
The micro-USB data cable allows you to transfer data between your Vertu phone and
a compatible computer, for example, when you are using Vertu Ovi Suite. You can
also transfer data between your Vertu phone and a compatible printer that supports
PictBridge.
A 32-GB SD memory card provided with your Vertu phone (F drive), which can be
used for storing data, including images, videos, contacts, and notes. This card also
contains the Reference Manual in PDF format in supported languages as well as
additional software.
Connecting the data cable to your Vertu phone
Copying data from the SD card
Insert the data cable's micro-USB connector into the slot on the left side of your Vertu
phone, as shown below. Make sure that the connector is inserted correctly, with the
connector symbol on top.
Connect the data cable's USB connector to a USB port of the computer.
1. Connect the phone to the PC using the USB cable.
2. Select the Mass storage option on the phone.
3. Use the file manager on your PC to view the folders on the phone, then locate the
“Vertu” folder.
4. Copy data, such as the Ovi Suite executable file or the Constellation Quest
Reference Manual in PDF format, to a location on your PC.
AV cable
The Video Out cable is used for connecting your phone to external devices.
Plug the AV cable into the 3.5-mm socket on your phone. Connect the RGB outputs
to a device, such as a TV, then select the appropriate input option.
The display from your Vertu phone, as well as sound, now plays through the
connected device.
USB data connection options
When the USB cable is plugged into your phone, the phone starts charging and a
number of USB modes are displayed. Select the appropriate mode using the Up and
Down scroll keys, then press the Middle Select key to confirm your choice.
Connection Type Purpose
PC Suite
For use with Ovi Suite on a PC. The latest version of Ovi Suite
can be downloaded and installed on your PC from www.ovi.com.
Mass storage
To transfer files between your phone and a PC using the
standard file management software.
Image transfer
To transfer images between your phone and a PC using the
standard image-handling software.
Media transfer
To transfer audio/video files between your phone and a PC
using the standard music/video-handling software.
Connect PC to
To enable your PC to use the phone as a modem and connect
Web
to the Internet.
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Accessories
Vertu Wired Headset
Common accessory settings
Your Constellation Quest phone comes with a stereo headset. The Vertu Wired
Headset is designed for making calls and listening to music. The headset includes a
microphone.
• Volume controls are contained within the phone.
• Call handling functions are located within the phone.
• All music controls are located within the phone.
Should you use the headset with a device other than your Constellation Quest, the
3.5-mm adaptor is required.
Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General > Enhancement.
Accessory options include a Headset (which includes a microphone), Headphones,
a Wireless car kit, and a TV-Out facility.
With most accessories, you can do the following:
• To set which profile is activated when you attach an accessory to your phone,
select the accessory and Default profile.
• To set the device to answer phone calls automatically after five seconds when an
accessory is attached, select Automatic answer > On. If the ringing type is set to
Beep once or Silent in the selected profile, automatic answering is disabled.
• To illuminate the device while it is attached to an accessory, select Lights > On.
Key
1. Cable Management
2. Ear bud covers (3 pairs: small, medium, and large)
3. Microphone
4. Vertu slider
5. 3.5-mm audio adaptor
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Maintenance
Maintenance
• To save power, activate the power save mode. Press the Power key, then select
Activate power saving. To deactivate it, press the Power key, then select
Deactivate power saving. You may not be able to change the settings of certain
applications when the power save mode is activated.
Free memory
This chapter contains advice about prolonging the life of the battery in your phone,
managing the phone’s memory together with information about software upgrades.
Prolong battery life
Many features in your device increase the demand on battery power and reduce the
battery time between charges. To save battery power, consider the following:
• Features that use Bluetooth technology and running such features in the
background while using other features increase the demand on battery power.
Deactivate Bluetooth technology when you do not need it.
• Features that use wireless LAN (WLAN) and running such features in the
background while using other features increase the demand on battery power.
WLAN on your Vertu phone deactivates when you are not trying to connect, not
connected to an access point, or not scanning for available networks. To further
reduce battery consumption, you can specify that your device does not scan in the
background for available networks, or scans less often.
• If you have set Packet data to When available and there is no packet data
coverage (GPRS), the device periodically tries to establish a packet data
connection. To prolong the operating time of your device, select Menu > Ctrl.
Panel > Settings >Connection >Packet data > When needed.
• If the signal strength of the cellular network varies much in your area, your device
must scan for the available network repeatedly. This increases the demand on
battery power.
• If the network is set to dual mode in the network settings, the device searches for
the 3G network. You can set the device to use only the GSM network. To use only
the GSM network, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings and Phone > Network
> Network mode > GSM.
• The backlight of the display increases the demand on battery power. In the display
settings, you can change the length of the time-out period after which the backlight
is switched off. Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings and General >
Personalization > Display > Light time-out. To adjust the light sensor that
detects lighting conditions and adjusts the display brightness, in the display
settings, select Light sensor.
To view how much memory is available for different data types, select Menu > Office
> File mgr.
Many features of the device use memory to store data. The device notifies you if
available memory is low.
To free memory, transfer data to an alternative memory (if available) or compatible
computer.
You can also remove the following data, if unnecessary or you no longer need it:
• Messages in the folders in Messaging and retrieved email messages from the
mailbox.
• Saved Web pages.
• Contact information.
• Calendar notes.
• Applications shown in Applications manager that you do not need.
• Installation files (with .sis or .sisx file extensions) of installed applications. Back up
the installation files to a compatible computer.
• Images and video clips in Photos.
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Maintenance
Update software
About software updates
Software updates may include new features and enhanced functions that were not
available at the time of purchase of your device. Updating the software may also
improve device performance.
To receive a notification when new software is available for your device, register with
Vertu. For more information, contact Vertu Concierge or go to www.vertu.com.
WARNING: If you install a software update, you cannot use the device,
even to make emergency calls, until the installation is completed and the
device is restarted.
• Make sure to back up data before accepting installation of an update.
• Downloading software updates may involve the transmission of large
amounts of data (network service).
• Make sure that the device battery has enough power, or connect the
charger before starting the update.
• After updating your device software or applications, the information in
the user guide or Help related to the updated applications may no longer
be up to date.
Software updates over the air
To update the software over the air:
1. Select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Phone > SW update.
2. With Software update (network service), you can check for updates for your
device software or applications and download them to your device.
3. Downloading software updates may involve the transmission of large amounts of
data (network service).
Make sure that the device battery has enough power, or connect the charger
before starting the update.
WARNING: If you install a software update, you cannot use the device,
even to make emergency calls, until the installation is completed and the
device is restarted.
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After updating your device software or applications using Software update, the
information in the user guide or Help related to the updated applications may no
longer be up to date.
Select Options, then choose from the following:
Download the available updates. To unmark specific updates that
you do not want to download, select the updates in the list.
Update via PC Update your device using a PC. This option replaces the Start
update option when updates are only available using the Nokia
Software Update PC application.
View details
View information on an update
View update
View the status of previous updates
history
Settings
Change the settings as follows:
• Default access point used for downloading updates; options
are Default connection, WAP services, or Internet.
• Auto-check for updates; options are On, Off, or Only in
home network
• Connect when roaming; options are Ask first and Conn.
without asking.
Disclaimer
View the license agreement
Start update
Printing
Printing
Color mode
Printer model
Select the color mode.
Select the printer model.
The available options may vary.
Printing options
Printing
You can print documents, such as files, messages, images, or Web pages, from your
device. You may not be able to print all types of documents.
To set up printers, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Printers.
Print files
Before printing a file from an application, make sure you have configured all the
settings necessary to connect your device to the printer.
Select Options > Printing options, then choose from the following:
Print
Page setup
Preview
Printers
Print a document. To print to a file, select Print to file, then set
the location for the file.
You can change the paper size and orientation, define the
margins, and insert a header or footer. The maximum length
of the header and footer is 128 characters.
Preview the document before printing.
Select which printer to use if more than one is configured.
Printer settings
To add a new printer, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Printers > Options > Add.
Define the following:
Printer
Driver
Bearer
Orientation
Paper size
Quality mode
Media type
Enter a name for the printer.
Select a driver for the printer. Options include General and HP
Mobile Printing.
Select a bearer for the printer. Options include Socket/HP
JetDirect, Bluetooth, LPR, and File
Select the orientation: portrait or landscape.
Select the paper size in the list of options.
Options are Normal, Draft, or Best.
Select the media type: options include Plain or Photo.
Open a document, such as a file or message, then select Options > Printing
options > Print.
Enter the following settings to print:
Select an available printer in the list.
Select All Pages, Even Pages, or Odd Pages.
Select All Pages in Range or Defined Pages as the page
range.
Number of copies Enter the number of copies to print.
Print to file
Select to print to a file and determine the location for the file.
Printer
Print
Print range
The available options may vary.
Image print
You can print images from your device using a printer compatible with PictBridge. You
can only print images that are in the JPEG file format.
1. Connect your device to a compatible printer with a compatible data cable, then
select Image transfer as the USB connection mode.
2. To print images in Photos, Camera, or Image Viewer, mark the images, then
select Options > To printer or kiosk
3. A print setup wizard will open.
4. To set your device to ask the purpose of the connection each time the cable is
connected, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel and Connectivity > USB > Ask on
connection > Yes.
Print preview
After you select the printer, the selected images are displayed using predefined
layouts.
If the images do not fit on a single page, scroll up or down to display the additional
pages.
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Printing
Image print view
After you select the printer and images to print, enter the printer settings.
Select from the following:
Layout
Paper size
Print quality
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Select the layout of the images.
Select the paper size.
Select the print quality.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Possible solution
Cannot switch phone on
Battery out of power.
Charge the battery (see page 134).
Battery not installed correctly.
Ensure that the battery is inserted correctly (see page 16).
Phone switches off automatically
Battery out of power.
Charge the battery (see page 134).
Cannot charge battery
Battery not installed correctly.
Ensure that the battery is inserted correctly (see page 16).
Charger not connected.
Ensure that the charger is connected to the phone and to a
working power outlet.
Connectors are dirty.
Clean the connectors of the charger and battery.
Battery has worn out.
Replace the battery.
Battery or charger is damaged.
Replace the battery or charger. Contact your dealer for
assistance.
Battery loses power quickly
Bluetooth is active.
Switch off Bluetooth (see page 88).
Network not displayed
SIM card not installed correctly.
Ensure that the SIM card is inserted correctly (see page 15).
Contacts between SIM card and phone are dirty.
Gently clean the contacts of the SIM card and phone.
Network signal is weak.
Move clear of any obstructions that may block the signal.
SIM card is damaged.
Contact your service provider to obtain a replacement SIM
card.
You are outside of your network service area.
Connect to a different network if this is supported by your
service provider (see page 44).
Call barring is active.
Deactivate call barring (see page 42).
Call forwarding is active
Deactivate call forwarding (see page 43).
Call barring is active.
Deactivate call barring (see page 42).
Phone is set to not ring for incoming calls.
Change or edit the profile (see page 131)
Cannot make a call
Cannot answer a call
No ringing for an incoming call
Edit the tone settings (see page 131).
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
Possible solution
Poor call quality
Network signal is weak.
Move clear of any obstructions that may block the signal.
Network signal is changing frequently, e.g. when traveling on a
train.
Wait until signal strength is consistently high before making or
answering a call.
Other party in a call cannot hear you
Phone is muted.
Unmute the phone (see page 40).
Cannot send or receive text messages
Your service provider is not enabling this service.
Contact your service provider to check your subscription
status.
Service centre number is not correct.
Ensure that the service centre number is correct (see “Vertu
Technical Support” on page 71). To obtain the number, contact
your service provider.
Your service provider is not enabling this service.
Contact your service provider to check your subscription
status.
MMS settings are missing or incorrect.
Ensure that the MMS settings are correct (see “Multimedia
message settings” on page 62). To obtain the settings, contact
your service provider.
Your service provider is not enabling this service.
Contact your service provider to check your subscription
status.
Network settings are missing or incorrect.
Ensure that the network settings are correct. To obtain the
settings, contact your service provider.
Too many items stored on the phone.
Delete any unwanted messages, clear the Internet history, and
delete any unwanted files.
Cannot send or receive MMS messages
Cannot access the Internet
Storage memory is low
Useful Commands
• To locate the IMEI number of your handset, from the home screen enter *#06# and the IMEI number is displayed.
• To find out the version of the software on your phone enter *#0000# and the version details are displayed.
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Specifications
Specifications
Specifications
Physical characteristics
Dimensions (H × W × D)
Volume
Weight (including battery)
Memory
Speech codecs
Bluetooth
116.3 x 60.8 x 12.85 mm
87 cc
165–185 g, depending on version
C: Phone memory – 250 MB free user space
E: Mass storage – 8 GB internal e-MMC
F: Memory card - 32GB micro SD removable card
GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
EDGE
WCDMA I (2100) II (1900) V (850) VI (800)
HSDPA 10.2 Mbps
HSUPA 2 Mbps
WLAN 802.11 b/g, incl. WAPI for PRC
WB-AMR, AMR, EFR, FR, HR
Bluetooth v2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate
Power management
Battery
BP-4LV 1500 mAh Li-ion
Connectivity
Interface
Cable, data connection, and
phone charging.
3.5-mm AV interface
AV cable with 3.5-mm plug and RGB connectors
Display
LCD
Resolution
Brilliant high-contrast TFT display
VGA 640 x 480 pixels (16 million colors)
Audio/video codecs
Audio codecs
Video codecs
Camera
GPS and navigation
GPS
Compass
Maps 3.0
Integrated GPS, A-GPS receivers
Integral
SD card, depending on region
Radio
Stereo FM radio
87.5–108 MHz/76–90 MHz, RDS
Micro-USB system connector (USB 2.0)
MP3/WMA/WAV/RA/AAC/M4A
WMV/RV/MP4/3GP
5-megapixel, full focus, with Enhanced Depth of Field
capability and flash.
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Shortcuts
Ctrl key
Ctrl + C
Ctrl + V
Ctrl + X
Ctrl + A
Shortcuts
Home screen
Shortcuts
There are many shortcut keys available on your Vertu phone, which increase your
efficiency.
Dedicated keys
With the dedicated keys, you can access applications and tasks quickly. Each key
has been assigned an application or a task. The dedicated keys respond differently
to a short press or a long press, and that the Menu key is context sensitive.
Certain One-touch keys are user configurable.
To configure a key, select Menu > Ctrl. Panel > Settings > General >
Personalization > One-touch keys.
By default the dedicated keys are set as follow:
Key
1
2
3
4
Short press
Menu key
Calendar key
Contacts key
Email key
Long press
Open applications
New meeting
New contact.
New email
General shortcuts
Spacebar
Concierge
Home key
My key
Power key
Sym key
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Press and hold to activate or deactivate the Silent profile.
Copy text
Paste text
Cut text
Select all
Press and hold to turn the flashlight on or off. Caution! Do not
look directly at the flashlight.
Button on side provides access to Vertu Concierge
assistance.
Displays the Home screen.
Displays user configured menu bar below My Key, giving
access to a maximum of four applications.
Press and hold to switch your device on and off.
Press once to switch between profiles.
Press and hold to activate or deactivate Bluetooth
connectivity.
Left selection key +
right selection key
Call key
0
1
Number key (2–9)
Lock and unlock the keypad and keyboard.
Open the call log.
Press and hold to open your home page in the Web browser.
Press and hold to call your voice mailbox.
Call a phone number using speed dialing. You must first
activate speed dialing in Menu > Ctrl. Panel and Settings >
Phone > Call > Speed dialing.
Web shortcuts
*
#
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Zoom in the page (star key).
Zoom out the page (pound key).
Go to the Home page.
Show the toolbar.
Open the search dialog.
Return to the previous page.
Save the current page as a bookmark.
Open the map of keypad shortcuts.
Reload the current page.
View the page in full screen.
View the page overview.
Open the dialog for entering a new Web address.
Shortcuts
E-mail shortcuts
C
D
R
A
F
N
P
O
L
J
K
T
B
M
U
E
G
V
W
I
Z
S
Create a new e-mail message.
Remove the selected e-mail messages.
Create a reply message to the sender of the e-mail message.
Create a reply message to the sender and all other recipients.
Forward the e-mail message.
Open the next e-mail message.
Open the previous e-mail message.
Open the selected e-mail message.
Change the follow-up status of the message.
Move up one page in the e-mail message.
Move down one page in the e-mail message.
Move to the first e-mail message in the mailbox or move to the
beginning of an e-mail message.
Move to the last e-mail message in the mailbox or move to the
end of an e-mail message.
Open the list of e-mail folders for moving messages.
Change the read or unread status of an e-mail message.
Accept a meeting request.
Tentatively accept a meeting request.
Decline a meeting request.
Sort e-mail messages.
Expand and collapse the messages.
Start the synchronization.
Start the search.
Calendar shortcuts
A
D
W
M
T
N
Open the agenda view.
Open the day view.
Open the week view.
Open the month view.
Open the to-do view.
Add a new meeting.
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Warranty and legal information
Warranty and legal information
Manufacturer’s limited warranty
NOTE: This limited warranty does not affect your legal (statutory) rights
under your applicable national laws related to the sale of consumer
products.
Vertu provides this limited warranty to purchasers of the Vertu product(s) included in
the sales package (“Product”).
Vertu warrants to you that, during the warranty period, Vertu or a Vertu-authorized
service company will, in a commercially reasonable time, remedy defects in
materials, design, and workmanship free of charge. The Product will be repaired or,
should Vertu, at its discretion, deem it necessary, replaced in accordance with this
limited warranty (unless otherwise required by law).
Warranty period
The warranty period starts at the time of the Product's original purchase by the first
end user. The Product may consist of several different parts, and different parts may
be covered by a different warranty period (hereinafter “warranty period”). The
different warranty periods are:
a.Twenty-four (24) months for the mobile device,
b.Twelve (12) months for accessories (whether included in the mobile device sales
package or sold separately).
To the extent that your national laws permit, the warranty period will not be extended or
renewed or otherwise affected due to subsequent resale or Vertu-authorized repair or
replacement of the Product. However, one or more parts repaired or replaced during
the warranty period will be warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period
or for ninety (90) days from the date of repair or replacement, whichever is longer.
How to get warranty service
If you want to make a claim under this limited warranty, please return your Product or
the affected part (if it is not the entire Product) to a Vertu-authorized service company.
You can call Vertu customer services (national or premium rates may apply) for
further details on how to make a claim. Information about service companies
authorized by Vertu can be found in the sales package or on local Vertu Web pages,
where available.
Any claim under this limited warranty is subject to you notifying Vertu or a Vertuauthorized service company of the alleged defect within a reasonable time of it
having come to your attention, and in any event, no later than the expiration of the
warranty period.
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When making a claim under this limited warranty, you will be required to provide:
a.The Product (or the affected part) and
b.The original proof of purchase, which clearly indicates the name and address of
the seller, the date and place of purchase, the product type, and the IMEI or other
serial number.
What is not covered?
1. This limited warranty does not cover user manuals, third-party software, settings,
content, data, or links, whether included or downloaded in the Product or
whether included during installation, assembly, or shipping, or at any other time
in the delivery chain or otherwise, or in any other way acquired by you. Vertu
does not warrant that any Vertu software will meet your requirements, will work
in combination with any hardware or software provided by a third party, that the
operation of any software will be uninterrupted or error free, or that any defects
in the software are correctable or will be corrected.
2. This limited warranty does not cover a) normal wear and tear (including, without
limitation, wear and tear of camera lenses, batteries, or displays), b) defects
caused by rough handling (including, without limitation, defects caused by sharp
items, bending, compressing or dropping, etc.), or c) defects or damage caused
by misuse of the Product, including use that is contrary to the instructions
provided by Vertu (e.g., as set forth in the Product's Reference Manual), and/or
e) other acts beyond the reasonable control of Vertu.
3. This limited warranty does not cover defects or alleged defects caused by the
fact that the Product was used with, or connected to, any product, accessory,
software, and/or service not manufactured or supplied by Vertu, or was used
otherwise than for its intended use. Defects can be caused by viruses from your
or a third party's unauthorized access to services, other accounts, computer
systems, or networks. This unauthorized access can take place through hacking,
password mining, or a variety of other means.
4. This limited warranty does not cover defects caused by the battery being shortcircuited, the seals of the battery enclosure or cells being broken or tampered
with, or the battery being used in equipment other than that for which it has been
specified.
5. This limited warranty is not enforceable if the Product has been opened,
modified, or repaired by any entity other than an authorized service center, if it
has been repaired using unauthorized spare parts, or if the Product's serial
number, mobile accessory date code, or IMEI number has been removed,
erased, defaced, altered or is illegible in any way. This shall be determined at the
sole discretion of Vertu.
Warranty and legal information
6. This limited warranty is not enforceable if the Product has been exposed to
moisture, dampness, extreme thermal or environmental conditions, or rapid
changes in such conditions, corrosion, oxidation, spillage of food or liquid, or
chemical products.
Other important notices
A third-party, independent service provider provides the SIM card and cellular and/or
other network or system on which the Product operates. Therefore, Vertu does not
accept responsibility under this warranty for the operation, availability, coverage,
services, or range of the cellular or other network or system. Before Vertu or a Vertu
authorized service company can repair or replace the Product, the service provider
may need to remove any SIM lock or other lock that may have been added to restrict
the Product to a specific network or operator. In such situations, please contact your
service provider to unlock the Product.
Please remember to make backup copies or keep written records of all important
content and data stored in your Product, because content and data may be lost
during repair or replacement of the Product. Vertu, in a manner consistent with the
provisions of the section Limitation of Vertu’s liability, shall not under any
circumstances be liable, either expressly or implied, for any damages or losses of any
kind whatsoever resulting from loss of, damage to, or corruption of, content or data
during repair or replacement of the Product.
All parts of the Product or other equipment that Vertu has replaced shall become the
property of Vertu. If the Product is found not to be covered by the terms and
conditions of this limited warranty, Vertu and its authorized service companies
reserve the right to charge a handling fee. When repairing or replacing the Product,
Vertu may use products or parts that are new, equivalent to new, or reconditioned.
Your Product may contain country-specific elements, including software. If the
Product has been reexported from its original destination country to another country,
the Product may contain country-specific elements that are not considered defective
under this limited warranty.
To the extent permitted by applicable law(s), Vertu does not assume any liability for
loss of or damage to or corruption of data, for any loss of profit, loss of use of Products
or functionality, loss of business, loss of contracts, loss of revenues, loss of
anticipated savings, increased costs or expenses, or for any indirect loss or damage,
consequential loss or damage, or special loss or damage.
To the extent permitted by applicable law, Vertu’s liability shall be limited to the
purchase value of the Product. The above limitations shall not apply in the case of
gross negligence or intentional misconduct by Vertu, or in the case of death or
personal injury resulting from Vertu's proven negligence.
NOTE: Your Product is a sophisticated electronic device. Vertu strongly
encourages you to familiarize yourself with the Reference Manual and
instructions provided with and for the Product.
NOTE: The Product may contain high-precision displays, camera lenses,
and other such parts, which could be scratched or otherwise damaged if
not handled very carefully.
Vertu
Keilalahdentie 2-4
FIN-02150 Espoo
Finland
Limitation of Vertu’s liability
This limited warranty is your sole and exclusive remedy against Vertu, and Vertu's
sole and exclusive liability with respect to defects in your Product. This limited
warranty replaces all other Vertu warranties and liabilities, whether oral, written,
(nonmandatory) statutory, contractual, in tort, or otherwise, including, without
limitation, and where permitted by applicable law, any implied conditions, warranties,
or other terms as to satisfactory quality or fitness for purpose. However, this limited
warranty shall not exclude or limit i) any of your legal (statutory) rights under the
applicable national laws or ii) any of your rights against the seller of the Product.
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SAR Notice – RM-582V
FCC/Industry Canada notice
YOUR VERTU PHONE (MODEL: CONSTELLATION QUEST, TYPE: RM-582V, FCC
ID: P7QRM-582V) MEETS GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your Vertu phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the
limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These
guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organization ICNIRP and
include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of
age and health.
The exposure guidelines for mobile devices employ a unit of measurement known as
the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit stated in the ICNIRP guidelines
is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg), averaged over ten grams of tissue. Tests for SAR are
conducted using standard operating positions, with the device transmitting at its
highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands. The actual SAR level of an
operating device can be below the maximum value because the device is designed
to use only the power required to reach the network. That amount changes
depending on a number of factors, such as how close you are to a network base
station. The highest SAR value under the ICNIRP guidelines for use of the device at
the ear is 0.63 W/kg.
This phone meets RF exposure guidelines when used either in the normal use
position against the ear or when positioned at least 15 mm (5/8 inch) away from the
body. When a carrying case, belt clip, or holder is used for body-worn operation, it
should not contain metal and should position the phone at the above-stated distance
away from your body.
To transmit data files or messages, this device requires a good quality connection to
the network. In some cases, transmission of data files or messages may be delayed
until such a connection is available. Make sure that the above separation distance
instructions are followed until the transmission is completed.
Use of device accessories and enhancements may result in different SAR values.
SAR values may vary depending on national reporting and testing requirements and
the network band. Additional SAR information may be provided in the product
information at www.vertu.com.
Your Vertu phone may cause TV or radio interference (for example, when using a
phone in close proximity to receiving equipment). The FCC or Industry Canada can
require you to stop using your phone if such interference cannot be eliminated. If you
require assistance, contact Vertu Concierge.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may
cause undesired operation.
USA and Canada: Your mobile device is also designed to meet the requirements for
exposure to radio waves established by the Federal Communications Commission
(USA) and Industry Canada. These requirements set a SAR limit of 1.6 W/kg,
averaged over one gram of tissue. The highest SAR value reported under this
standard during product certification for use at the ear is 0.85 W/kg, and when
properly worn on the body is 0.70 W/kg.
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NOTE: Vertu is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by
unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could
void your authority to operate the equipment.
Constellation Quest
RM-582V
The headset kit complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) The components may not cause harmful interference,
and (2) the components must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canada ICES-003.
NOTE: In France, you are only allowed to use WLAN indoors. There may
be restrictions for WLAN use in some countries. Check with your local
authorities for more information.
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Declaration of conformity
Licenses
We, Vertu, declare under our sole responsibility that the product, Model Constellation
Quest, type RM-582V, is in conformity with the provision of the following Council
Directive: 1999/5/EC.
Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic or security protocol software from RSA Security.
We, Vertu, declare under our sole responsibility that the product, Model Vertu V
Collection Wired Headset, type WH-1V (Stereo), is in conformity with the provision of
the following Council Directive: 1999/5/EC.
A copy of the Declaration of Conformity for both the above can be found at
www.vertu.com.
Java™ and all Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun
Microsystems, Inc.
Export controls
Your Vertu phone and headset kit may contain commodities, technology, or software
exported from the United States in accordance with the Export Administration
regulations. Diversion contrary to U.S. law is prohibited.
Notices
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Reproduction, transfer, distribution, or storage of part or all of the contents in this
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Under no circumstances shall Vertu be responsible for any loss of data or income or
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The contents of this document are provided as is. Except as required by applicable
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Vertu and the V logo are trademarks or registered trademarks. Other product and
company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or registered trademarks of
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The third-party applications provided with your device may have been created by, and
may be owned by, persons or entities not affiliated with, or related to, Vertu. Vertu
does not own the copyrights or intellectual property rights to the third-party
applications. As such, Vertu does not assume any responsibility for end-user
support, functionality of the applications, or the information in the applications or
these materials. Vertu does not provide any warranty for the third-party applications.
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TITLE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS, FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
NEITHER VERTU NOR ITS AFFILIATES MAKE ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, THAT THE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT
INFRINGE ANY THIRD-PARTY PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, TRADEMARKS, OR
OTHER RIGHTS.
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EU recycling notice
Vertu will comply with European Community requirements for the recycling of Waste
Electrical & Electronic Equipment (WEEE).
This compliance is indicated by the addition of the following symbol to Vertu’s
products where appropriate.
The symbol indicates that the product was put onto the market after the WEEE
legislation was implemented and that the consumer should not dispose of the item in
normal household waste. Rather, it should be appropriately recycled.
If you want Vertu to recycle your product at the end of its life, either return it to the
product point of purchase (if known) or return it to Vertu’s headquarters.
Alternatively, should you purchase a replacement product from another supplier, the
new supplier is obligated to take back the product that is being replaced and recycle
it appropriately.
Background information on the European WEEE directive is available at http://
ec.europa.eu/environment/waste/weee/index_en.htm.
Passive Near Field Communication Device
Your Vertu handset contains a Passive Near Field Communication device.
This device enables Vertu to verify the authenticity of the phone if it is presented at a
Vertu-branded store or Vertu-authorized service company.
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Glossary
Glossary
3G
3rd generation mobile communications. A digital system for mobile communications
that aims at global use and provides increased bandwidth. 3G lets mobile device
users access a wide variety of services, including multimedia.
Ad hoc operating mode
A WLAN network mode allowing two or more devices to connect to each other using
WLAN directly, without a WLAN access point.
Cookies
Cookies are little pieces of information a server sends to you for storage of
information about your visits to a website. When you accept cookies, the server is
able to evaluate your use of the website, what you are interested in, what you want to
read, and so on.
DNS
Domain Name System. An Internet service that translates domain names, such as
www.nokia.com, into IP addresses, such as 192.100.124.195. Domain names are
easier to remember, but this translation is needed because the Internet is based on
IP addresses.
DTMF tones
Dual-tone multifrequency tones. The DTMF system is used by Touch-Tone
telephones. DTMF assigns a specific frequency, or tone, to each key so that it can
easily be identified by a microprocessor. DTMF tones allow you to communicate with
voice mailboxes, computerized telephony systems, and so on.
EAP
Extensible authentication protocol. EAP plug-ins are used in wireless networks to
authenticate wireless devices and authentication servers.
EGPRS
Enhanced GPRS. EGPRS is similar to GPRS, but it enables faster connection. For
availability and data transfer speed, contact your service provider.
GPRS
General packet radio service. GPRS enables wireless access for cell phones to data
networks (network service). GPRS uses packet data technology that sends
information in short bursts of data over the mobile network. The benefit of sending
data in packets is that the network is occupied only when sending or receiving data.
Since GPRS uses the network efficiently, it allows for quick data connection setup
and fast data transmission speeds.
You must subscribe to the GPRS service. For availability and subscription to GPRS,
contact your service provider. During a voice call, you cannot establish a GPRS
connection, and any existing GPRS connection is put on hold unless the network
supports dual transfer mode.
GPS
Global positioning system. GPS is a worldwide radio navigation system.
HSDPA
High-speed downlink packet access. HSDPA brings high-speed data delivery to 3G
terminals, ensuring that users requiring effective multimedia capabilities benefit from
data rates previously unavailable because of limitations in the radio access network.
HTTP
Hypertext transfer protocol. A document transfer protocol used on the Web.
HTTPS
HTTP over a secure connection.
IMAP4
Internet mail access protocol, version 4. A protocol used for accessing your remote
mailbox.
Internet access point
An access point is where your device connects to a network. To use email and
multimedia services or to connect to the Internet and browse Web pages, you must
first define Internet access points for the services.
Infrastructure operating mode
A WLAN network mode where devices are connected to WLAN using a WLAN
access point.
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Glossary
PIN
Personal identification number. The PIN code protects your device from unauthorized
use. The PIN code is supplied with the SIM card. If the PIN code request is selected,
the code is required each time the device is switched on. The PIN code must be 4 to
8 digits long.
PIN2
The PIN2 code is supplied with some SIM cards. The PIN2 code is required to access
certain functions supported by the SIM card. The length of the PIN2 code is 4 to
8 digits.
POP3
Post office protocol, version 3. A common mail protocol that can be used for
accessing your remote mailbox.
PUK and PUK2
Personal Unblocking Key. PUK and PUK2 codes are required to change a blocked
PIN code or PIN2 code, respectively. The length of the code is 8 digits.
SIP
Session Initiation Protocol. SIP is used for creating, modifying, and terminating
certain types of communication sessions with one or more participants.
SSID
Service set identifier: SSID is the name that identifies the specific WLAN.
Streaming: Streaming audio and video files means playing them directly from the web
without downloading them first to your device.
UMTS
Universal Mobile Telecommunications System. UMTS is a 3G mobile communication
system. Besides voice and data, UMTS enables audio and video delivery to wireless
devices. When you use your device on GSM and UMTS networks, multiple data
connections can be active at the same time, and access points can share a data
connection. In the UMTS network, data connections remain active during voice calls.
You can, for example, browse the Web faster than previously possible while
simultaneously speaking on the phone.
UPIN
PIN code used on UMTS networks.
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UPUK
UPIN Unblocking Key. UPUK code is required to change a blocked UPIN code or
PIN2 code. The length of the code is 8 digits.
USIM
SIM card used on UMTS networks.
USSD command
A service request, such as a request to activate an application or configure various
settings remotely, that you can send to your operator or service provider with your
device.
VoIP
Voice over IP technology. VoIP is a set of protocols that facilitates phone calls over an
IP network, such as the Internet.
VPN
Virtual private network. VPN creates a secure connection to compatible corporate
intranet and services, such as email.
WAP
Wireless application protocol. WAP is an international standard for wireless
communication.
WEP
Wired equivalent privacy. WEP is an encryption method that encrypts data before it
is transmitted over WLAN.
WLAN
Wireless local area network.
WPA
Wi-Fi Protected Access. Security method for WLAN.
WPA2
Wi-Fi Protected Access 2. Security method for WLAN.
Index
Index
Numerics
3G
151
A
Access codes 10
Access points 84
Accessories 134
Common accessory settings 136
Activate sharing 107
Active Notes 96
Active sharing
Copy media files 108
Show media files stored in another device 107
Show media files stored in your device 107
View and share media files 107
A-GPS 118, 125
Alarm clock 25
Alarm ringtones 26
Alarm snooze time 77
Albums 103
Anniversary reminder 75
Answering calls 39
Application Manager 129
Application manager
Application manager settings 130
Install applications 129
Install software or an application 129
Remove applications and software 130
Audible indicators 21
Authority certificates 34
Automatic answer 39
Automatic redial 38
Automatic Time settings 26
AV cable 135
B
Battery 134
Charging the battery 134
Prolong battery life 137
Vertu battery authentication 134
Battery indicator icons 20
Battery safety 7
Bluetooth
Block devices 89
Bluetooth connectivity 87
Bluetooth settings 88
Receive data 89
Security tips 88
Send data using 88
Bookmark manager 91
Bookmarks 93
Business cards 50
Business or Personal modes 132
Business preferences 31
C
Calculator 96
Calendar 73
Alarm tones 77
Anniversary entry 75
Calendar alarm 77
Calendar entries 73
Calendar settings 77
Calendar views 73
Default mailbox 78
Deleting a Calendar item 76
Edit a Calendar item 75
First day of the week 77
Meeting entry 74
Meeting request 74
Receiving Calendar items 76
Sending Calendar items 76
To do entry 75
Calendar shortcuts 145
Call
Adjusting volume 40
Answering a call 39
Anykey answer 39
Automatic answer 39
Automatic redialing 38
Call barring 42
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Index
Call forwarding 43
Call Log 46
Call on handsfree 40
Call on hold 40
Call waiting 39, 43
Calling the last dialed number 38
Conference call 41
Duration 44
In-call options 40
Last number 38
Making a call 37
Making a call from contacts 37
Making a call from the call logs 37
Making a call using voice dialing 38
Making an emergency call 37
Multiparty calls 41
Muting a call 40
Private conversation 41
Record 40
Sending an image or a video clip 40
Settings 42
Swapping between calls 41
Voice mail 41
Call barring 34, 42
Call duration 46
Call log
Calling from call logs 37
Viewing recent call information 46
Call waiting 39
Calls
Silence calls or alarms 21
Camera 79, 80
Camera setup 81
Capture an image 79
Captured images and videos 82
Flash setting 81
Image settings 81
Panorama mode 80
Scene modes 80
Self timer 81
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Sequence mode 81
Shortcuts 83
Toolbar 79
Video settings 82
Capture a video clip 80
Cell broadcast 61
Settings 63
Certificate manager 34
Certificate trust settings 35
City Brief 72
Clock 25
Closed user group 34
Commands 21
Compass 117, 127
Concierge 71
Conference calls 41
Connection security 94
Contact Vertu 71
Contacts 50
Adding an image to a contact 51
Adding contacts to a group 53
Adding information to a contact 52
Backups 54
Call from contacts 50
Contacts memory 54
Create new group 52
Creating a new contact 50
Delete multiple contacts 52
Deleting a contact 52
Deleting a group 53
Duplicate contacts 53
Editing group details 53
Groups 52
Managing contacts 53
Receiving a business card 51
Removing contacts from a group 53
Saving multiple phone numbers for a contact 51
Search for contacts in a remote database 55
Searching for a contact 50
Selecting the memory to use 54
Index
Sending a business card
Settings 55
SIM card memory 54
Control panel 30
Converter 97
Creating a contact 50
Current location 116
Sending a message 59
Setting up your email accounts 22
Switch between email folders 67
Synchronizing email messages 67
Email key 67
Email message
Read 59
Email notifications 132
Emergency calls 37
50
D
Data cable 135
Connecting the data cable to your Vertu phone
Data connections 84
Active data connections 86
Data connectivity icons 20
Dedicated keys 19, 144
Default mailbox 67, 132
Delete cookies 94
Desk stand 133
Dictionary 98
Digital rights management 35
Downloads 72
Drive 120
DRM 35
DTMF 40
DTMF tones 40
Dual mode 137
Dual time 26
E
Email
Accounts 64
Attachments 66
Creating and sending an email 66
Delete 66
Email account preferences 67
Email settings 68
Email wizard 64
Generic Mailbox Settings 69
Reading an email message 65
Replying and forwarding an email 66
Search 66
135
F
File manager 97
Find and organize files 97
Free memory 137
Manage the phone memory
Find places 118
Fixed dialing 34
Flashlight 21
FM Radio
FM radio settings 110
97
G
Gallery 100
Generic mailbox settings 68
Global settings 68
Glossary 151
GPS 118, 125
GSM 84
H
Handsfree call 40
Home key 18
Home media 106
Home Network 106
Configure settings 107
Settings for home network 106
Home screen 24
Notification zone 27
Setting up 24
Setting up applications 24
Home synchronization 108
155
Index
Incoming files 108
Outgoing files 108
Settings 108
Synchronize media files
L
Landmarks 126
Layout
Phone layout 12
Licenses 45, 149
Listen to messages 60
Lock
Keypad autolock period 33
Lock code 33
Remote phone locking 33
Security code 10
Lotus Notes
Lotus Notes Traveler 65
Setting up Lotus Notes Traveler
108
I
Icons 20
Images 101
Edit images 104
Organize images 102
Print images 104
View images 101
IMEI number 11
Indicator 18
Information area 24
Install applications 129
Installing languages 99
Internet 91
Browsing the web 91
Internet access point 91, 151
Internet Radio
Internet radio settings 111
Internet radio stations 110
Intranet 99
Intranet Settings 99
iSync 90
J
Java
M
129
K
Keypad autolock 17
Keypad autolock period 33
Keys
Dedicated keys 19
Qwerty keyboard 19
Select keys 19
Volume keys 19
Writing text with the keyboard
156
68
19
Mail for Exchange 65
Manage memory 97
Maps 116
Download and update maps 117
Drive and Walk 120
Favorites 119
Find places 118
Map Settings 123
Map view 117
Maps shortcuts 123
My position 116
Navigation view 121
Plan a route 122
Synchronize your Favorites 119
traffic and safety information 121
Update 117
Using the compass 117
View your saved places and routes
Media
Accessing Media Feeds 93
Media feeds 27, 93
Deleting 29
Downloading 28
Organizing 28
119
Index
Reading 27
Subscribe to a feed 28
Meeting request 66, 74
Memory 97, 101
Contacts 54
Menu 29
Menu key 29
Message
Calling the sender of a message 58
Creating a presentation message 60
Editing a message and copying text 58
Message alerts 56
Messaging settings 61
Organize messages 57
Reading an email message 59
Service messages 60
Speech messages and Message reader 60
Text messages 57
Text messages on the SIM card 61
Messaging folders 57
Modes
Business or Personal 132
Multimedia messages 58
Creating a multimedia message 58
Receive and reply to multimedia messages 59
Multiparty calls 41
Multiple calls 39
Music
Playlists 111
Music Player 111
Preset frequency settings 111
Music Store settings 112
Mute a call 40
My Key 18
My position 116
N
Navigate pages 92
Navigation view 121
Net Settings 90
Network 44
Network destinations
Network settings 84
Notes 99
Notification zone 27
91
O
Office Tools 96
Office tools 96
Ovi music 112
Ovi Suite
Install Ovi Suite 90
P
Packet data 46, 137
Panorama mode 80
PC connections 89
PDF Reader 98
Personal Information Settings 70
Personal preferences 31
Personalize the home screen 132
Phone
Automatic keyguard 17
Inserting the battery 16
Inserting the memory card 15
Inserting the SIM card 15
Locking and unlocking the keypad
Phone autolock period 33
Removing the back cover 14
Replacing the back cover 16
Setting up your phone 14, 22
Switching on your Vertu phone 17
Transfer content 23
17
Shortcuts 23
Transfer conflicts 23
Transfer content for the first time 23
Phone autolock period 33
Phone certificates 34
PIM 70
PIN code 32
Change the PIN code 32
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Index
Pin code 32
Pin code request 32
PIN2 code 33
Playlists 111
Positioning (GPS) 125
Assisted GPS (A-GPS) 125
GPS data 127
Landmarks 126
Positioning settings 127
Retrieve position information 127
Route guidance 127
Tips on creating a GPS connection 126
Trip meter 127
Positioning methods 118
Preferred wireless access point for Internet 91
Presentations 60, 100
Primary and secondary email accounts 67
Printer 105
Printing
Image print 139
Print files 139
Printer settings 139
Printing options 139
Profiles 131
Audio themes 133
Change the display theme 132
Customize profiles 131
Ringtones 131
Q
Quickoffice
R
97
Radio 109
Favorite stations 110
FM Radio 109
Internet Radio 110
Station directory 109
RealPlayer 114
Record conversation 40
Recorder 112
158
Red-eye reduction 104
Register your Vertu phone 72
Registering your Vertu phone 22
Registration 72
Rejecting or ending a call 39
Remote Assist 71
Remote phone locking 33
Remote SIM mode 89
Remove an alarm 26
Remove software 130
Ring tone
Adding a ring tone to a group
Ringtone 51
Ringtones 131
Routes 119, 127
53
S
Satellite status 126
Screen icons 20
SD card 135
Copying data from the SD card
Searching for a contact 50
Security modules 36
Security settings 32
Self-timer 81
Sequence mode 81
Service messages 60
Service numbers 54
Setting date and time 25
Settings
Accessories 136
Application manager 130
Automatic time 26
Bluetooth 88
Browser toolbar 92
Business and Personal 31
Calendar 77
Call 42
Cell broadcast 63
Clock 26
Contacts 55
135
Index
Email 68
Images 81
Intranet 99
Maps 123
Message reader 63
Multimedia messages 62
Other 63
Positioning 127
Print 105
Printing 139
Service messages 63
Speech 63
Synchronization 108
Text messages 61
Video image 82
Share online 112
Shortcuts 144
Calendar 77
Camera 83
Email shortcuts 145
Home screen 144
Maps 123
Web browser 91
Web shortcuts 144
Slide show 103
SMS 57
Software updates 138
Songs 101
Sound clips 100
Speakerphone 40
Speech messages 60
Speech settings 63
Speed dialing 38
Activating speed dialing 38
Assign a number to the speed dial list
Deleting a speed dial 38
Making a call using speed dialing 38
Status bar icons 20
Streaming links 100
Support
Help and support 11
In-device help 11
Switching home screen views 31
Symbian OS 129
Sync 86
Synchronization log 87
Synchronize emails 67
Synchronize, retrieve, or send content 23
T
Taking care of your phone 8
Task viewer 30
Technical support 71
Text message
Open 57
Reply 58
Text messages 57
Themes 21, 132, 133
Transfer music from a computer
Troubleshooting 141
112
U
UMTS 84, 152
USB data connection 90
USB data connection options 135
V
38
Vertu Concierge 71
Vertu Downloads 72
Vertu package contents 12
Vertu Remote Assist 71
Vertu Select 72
Vertu Technical Support 71
Vertu Wired Headset 136
Vertu’s liability 147
Video call 47
Options during a video call 47
Share live video or video clips 48
Video sharing 48
Video sharing requirements 48
Video sharing settings 48
159
Index
Video center 115
Video clips 101
Edit videos 104
Organize videos 102
View videos 101
Voice
Setting up voice commands 21
Voice command 21
Voice dialing 38
Voice mail 41
VoIP 152
Volume in a call 40
VPN 152
W
Walk 120
Wall charger 134
Wall charger safety 7
Warranty 146
Warranty service 146
Web browser 91
Web feeds 93
Web settings 95
Wireless LAN 85
Wizard
Startup Wizard 22
WLAN connections 85
WLAN Internet access points
WLAN settings 86
WLAN wizard 85
World clock 25, 26
Z
Zip Manager
160
98
85