Audiovox SMT5600 - Smartphone - AT&T User manual

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Congratulations on the purchase of your new Windows Mobile™
Smartphone.
Many of your phone's safety features are system dependent and
may not function exactly as described in this manual. Please check
with your service provider for details.
Please read before operating your device.
THE DEVICE IS NOT CHARGED WHEN YOU TAKE IT OUT
OF THE BOX.
DO NOT REMOVE THE BATTERY PACK WHEN THE DEVICE
IS CHARGING.
WHEN INSERTING YOUR SIM CARD, MAKE SURE THE
DEVICE IS POWERED OFF, AND THAT THE SIM CARD
SNAPS INTO THE SOCKET SECURELY.
YOUR WARRANTY IS INVALIDATED IF YOU OPEN OR
TAMPER WITH THE DEVICE’S OUTER CASING. (For more
information, see the enclosed warranty statement.)
EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
When in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere or where
flammable materials exist, the product should be turned off and the user
should obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause
an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even death. Users are
advised not to use the equipment at refueling points such as service or
gas stations. Users are reminded of the need to observe restrictions
on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots, chemical plants or where
blasting operations are in progress. Areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere are often, but not always, clearly marked. These include
fueling areas, below deck on boats, fuel or chemical transfer and storage
facilities, and areas where the air contains chemicals and particles, such
as grain, dust, or metal powders.
For additional safety information, please see the Appendix.
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Contents
Chapter 1 Getting Started
Knowing Your Smartphone
Status Indicators
Setting Up Your Smartphone
Included Accessories
Navigating
Entering Text and Numbers
Securing Your Smartphone
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
Making a Call
Receiving a Call
Photo Contacts (Caller ID)
In-call Options
Retrieving a Voice Mail Message
Reviewing Your Calls
Speed Dials and Voice Tags
Advanced Dialing Information
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1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
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Chapter 3 Using Your Camera
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3.1 Camera Mode
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3.2 Album Mode
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Chapter 4 Personalizing Your
Smartphone
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4.1 Customizing Smartphone Settings
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Chapter 5 Getting Connected
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5.1 Connecting to the Internet
5.2 Pocket Internet Explorer
5.3 Bluetooth
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Chapter 6 Messaging Features
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
Setting up Accounts
Managing Accounts
Creating Messages
Receiving E-mail and SMS Messages
Viewing Message Folders
Managing Messaging
Instant Messaging
MMS Messaging
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Chapter 7 Synchronizing
Using ActiveSync
Installing ActiveSync
ActiveSync Server
Other Information
Chapter 8 Applications
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
Using Contacts and Beaming
Using Calendar
Using Tasks
Using Voice Notes
Using Windows Media Player
Using Calculator
Using Java MIDlet Manager
Games
Chapter 9 Maintaining Your
Smartphone
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Adding and Removing Programs
File Manager
Task Manager
Space Maker
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Appendix
Regulatory Notices
Troubleshooting
Specifications
Index
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Chapter 1
Getting Started
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
Knowing Your Smartphone
Status Indicators
Setting Up Your Smartphone
Accessories
Navigating
Entering Text and Numbers
Securing Your Smartphone
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1.1 Knowing Your Smartphone
This section will help you familiarize yourself with your
Smartphone’s hardware, including a basic introduction to
the buttons and features found on the top, bottom, front,
side and rear of the phone. A brief explanation of the LED
indicator is also provided.
Top View
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Bottom View
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1. Power Button
When your Smartphone is powered off, press and hold
the Power button to turn it on. Press and quickly release
the Power button to display the Quick List, which allows
you to change profiles or lock your Smartphone. To power
off your Smartphone, press and hold the power button, or
select power off from the Quick List.
2. Infrared Port
Allows your Smartphone to receive data from another
IR-compatible device through Infrared beaming.
3. Earphone Jack
Plug the earphone jack here to use your Smartphone’s
hands free or listen to sound or multimedia files.
4. Mini USB Port
Plug the mini-USB cable in here to synchronize data in
your phone with desktop or notebook PC. Also, plug the
AC charger in here to charge the battery.
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Side View
Front View
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Left
Right
1. LED Indicator
The LED Indicator notifies you of the battery and network
status of your Smartphone. The indicators are described
on the next page.
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LED Indicator
Status
Solid green
Battery is fully charged
Blank
Battery case is empty
Solid Amber
Battery is charging
Flashing green
Network is attached
Flashing red
Battery very low (less than 4%)
Flashing blue
Bluetooth set to “On” or “Discoverable”
mode
Flashing Amber
Battery temperature is hotter or colder than
the functional limits of 0 to 48 degrees Celsius and it has stopped charging
Amber / green LED off
Battery fault. The “Battery Fault” icon is
displayed (
) In this case, the flashing
green LED can be recovered by unplugging the AC adaptor.
Dim
Network is disconnected
2. Speaker
3. Display Screen
The status indicators concerning the current mode,
battery strength, the current activity, or active program
are displayed in the Title Bar at the top of the display.
In the center of the screen is the active menu or
program (or incoming live video stream if Camera
mode is active). At the bottom of the screen are the
menus or commands related to the active program.
4. Left Softkey (Softkey 1)
Performs the function shown in the “softkey label”
on the screen immediately above the button. (For
example, when in the Home screen, pressing the Left
Softkey opens the Start Menu.)
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5. Right Softkey (Softkey 2)
Performs the function shown in the “softkey label” on
the screen immediately above the button. (In many
cases, pressing the Right Softkey opens a menu
associated with a particular application.)
6. Home Button
Press to return to the Home screen at any time.
7. Back Button
Press to go back to the previous screen, or to
backspace over one character in a text field. Press
and hold to delete the contents of an editable field.
Press to start a call or answer an incoming call. Press
and hold to turn the speakerphone mode on or off, or
to switch between an active call and a call on hold.
From the Home screen, press to view Call History.
9. End Button
Press to end a call; press to return to the Home screen;
or press and hold to lock the keypad.
10. Navigation Pad / Action Button
Use to scroll selection up, down, left, or right. Press
straight down on the center of the Navigation Pad
(known as the “Action” button) to select. In a text
field, use the navigation pad to move the cursor right
or left, character by character. (See also Navigation
Pad in Section 1.5).
11. Light Sensor
Dark conditions sensed here will activate a backlight
under the keypad, making it easier to see the buttons
(if enabled in Settings > Power Management).
12. Volume Up/Down Button
This button lets you adjust the volume during the talk
mode. During the standby mode, press and hold the
Volume Down button to launch the Voice Tag feature.
Press and hold the Volume Up button to launch the
Voice Notes recorder.
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8. Talk Button
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13. Camera Button
On the right side of your Smartphone, this button switches
to the Camera mode, (if not already in Camera mode).
If already in Camera mode, pressing this button captures
a still image or begins capturing a video clip, depending
on the current capture submode.
Rear View
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1. Car Antenna Connector
Allows you to attach your Smartphone to a car antenna
for better network signal reception, if desired. Simply peel
off the rubber cap and connect the antenna jack. Replug
the rubber cap if unused. You may not want to use this
feature.
2. Camera Lens
Incoming live video stream enters here and is shown on
the display screen when you are in Camera mode.
3. Self-Portrait Mirror
Position the phone until the mirror reflects the image you
want to capture.
4. Battery Release Latch
Press to release the latch to access the battery, SIM card,
or Mini-SD card. (More illustrations in Section 1.3).
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1.2 Status Indicators
New E-mail
New Voice Mail on line 1
New Voice Mail on line 2
New Voice Mail on both line 1 and line 2
New instant message
Voice call active
Data call active
Call on hold
Missed call
“1” indicates Line 1; “2” indicates Line 2
Battery full
Battery very low (less than 4%)
Battery fault
Signal strength
Radio off
GPRS available
GPRS in use
Ringer off
Multipress input mode, lowercase
Multipress text input mode, uppercase
Multipress text input mode, caps lock
T9 text input mode, lowercase
T9 text input mode, uppercase
Caller ID monitor is running
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Call forwarding
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1.3 Setting Up Your Smartphone
In this section you will learn how to install a battery, SIM card,
Mini SD card, and how to charge the battery.
Installing the SIM Card
The SIM (Subscriber Identification Module) card contains
a computer chip that stores your personal number, phone
book, and other services provided by your cellular service
provider.
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2.
3.
To insert a SIM card:
1. Press on the battery release latch and move the backside
cover downward to open.
2. Remove the battery by lifting it up from both sides of the
bottom end.
3. Lift up the SIM metal socket.
4. Insert the SIM card with the gold-plated contact area on
the card facing down. Push the metal socket down to lock
into place.
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Installing the Mini SD Card
Use only the Mini SD (Secure Digital) card in your Smartphone. You can install the Mini SD card to store images,
video clips, music and other data on your phone.
To insert a Mini SD Card:
2. Slide the Mini SD card into the holder, with the gold-plated
contact area facing down.
3. Push the card down and slide the metal latch over the
Mini SD card to secure it into place.
Installing the Battery
1. Insert the battery by aligning the exposed copper part of
the battery pack with the protruding copper conductor,
then gently push the bottom of the battery into place.
2. Slide the cover on the phone.
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1. Follow the instructions on the previous page for removing
the back cover and battery.
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Charging the Battery
Your Smartphone is powered by a rechargeable LithiumIon battery. The battery will eventually wear out after a few
hundred charges or discharges. Replace the battery through
an authorized vendor when the operating time is noticeably
shorter than usual.
NOTE: The time it takes for a battery to fully charge depends
on the environment temperature at the time of charge; a completed charge normally takes about 3.5-4 hours under 0-10
degree temperatures, and below 3 hours for temperatures
ranging from 20-45 degrees.
Mode
Estimated battery life
Talk time
3.5 to 4 hours
GPRS
Up to 2 hours
Standby
140 hours
Fully charge the new battery before using your Smartphone
for the first time. When the low-battery indicator appears,
save any unsaved data you are working on by synchronizing
your phone with your PC or a Microsoft Exchange Server.
Do not restart your Smartphone until you have connected it
to an external power source.
NOTE: Do not leave your Smartphone connected to a
charger for longer than a week because overcharging can
shorten a battery’s lifespan. Your battery will automatically
discharge when the device is not in use. Leaving the battery
in extremely hot or cold places may also reduce its capacity
or shorten its lifespan.
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Your Smartphone can be charged while powered on or off.
Charge your battery by plugging the AC adaptor into the
mini USB connector at the base of the phone.
Battery Capacity Indicator
Full
50%-74% capacity
28%-49% capacity
Less than 27% capacity
Very Low alert (less than 4%)
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If your Smartphone is turned off, charging is indicated by an
amber light. If it is turned on, charging is indicated by the
solid amber light on the LED indicator and the charging icon.
The completed charge is indicated by either a green light or
a charged icon. You can also charge your phone using the
USB Sync cable while connected to the PC’s USB port.
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1.4 Included Accessories
Mini USB Cable
A USB cable is provided to allow you to synchronize information between your phone and a desktop or notebook PC
using Microsoft ActiveSync. You can also charge the phone’s
battery by plugging the cable to a PC USB port.
Stereo Earphones
Use the earphones to listen to sound or multimedia files. The
earphones can also function as a hands free device.
Using the earphones
Connect the earphone cable to the earphones jack located
at the base of the phone. Press the “Press To Talk” button
on the earphones to receive an incoming call. Press and
hold that button to end a call. Rotate the Volume buttons
to adjust the sound level.
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AC Charger
Your Smartphone can be charged while powered on or off.
Charge your battery by plugging the AC adaptor into the mini
USB connector at the base of the phone. The included AC
adaptor is illustrated below.
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Carrying Case
Also furnished with your Smartphone is a handy carrying
pouch.
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1.5 Navigating
This section discusses how to navigate through your
Smartphone’s screens in order to perform tasks quickly
and easily.
Navigation Pad
The Navigation Pad was identified as item #10 in the illustration on page 9. It provides an easy way to move or scroll
through selections on the screen.
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Press the left side of the Navigation Pad to move left.
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Press the right side of the Navigation Pad to move right.
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Press the top of the Navigation Pad to move up.
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Press the bottom of the Navigation Pad to move down.
Action button:
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Select a highlighted item by pressing straight down on
the center of the Navigation Pad, which is also known as
the Action button. In many cases, scrolling to an item
and pressing the Action button executes a command, or
takes you to a program or setting. When you scroll to a
checkbox, pressing the Action button selects or clears the
box.
Softkeys
There are two softkeys on your Smartphone, located directly
below the display screen (“Left Softkey” and “Right Softkey”).
Each softkey performs the task displayed immediately above
it on the screen (called the “Softkey label”).
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Menus
On many screens, the function of the Right Softkey is to open
a menu which displays a list of options that are relevant to
the current screen/application. Selecting a menu option will
either perform that command or take you to another part of
the user interface where you can perform the command.
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To select a command:
Press the navigation pad Up or Down until the command you
want is highlighted, then press the Action button.
You can also choose menu commands quickly by pressing
the number on the keypad that corresponds to the number
shown to the left of the command you want, when the menu
is open. Each command has a number.
For some commands, there is also a shortcut key that can
be pressed when the menu is not open. Those shortcuts are
shown to the right of the command on the menu.
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The Home Button
Pressing the Home button takes you to the Home screen.
You can gain access to all of your Smartphone’s features
and programs from the Home screen.
The top of the Home screen displays icons for the five applications that were recently accessed. The center of the
Home screen displays upcoming appointments, the number
of text messages in the inbox, and your current profile. To
open an application, scroll to one of these items and press
the Action button on the Navigation Pad.
Five most recently used applications.
Date
Time
Number
of text
messages
Upcoming
appointments
Current
active
profile
The Home screen is the default display when you turn on
your Smartphone. You can also access the screen anytime
by pressing the Home button.
The Back Button
The Back button was identified as item #7 in the illustration on page 9. Pressing the Back button takes you to the
previous screen, in a similar manner to the Back button
on an Internet browser. In a text field, pressing the Back
button moves the cursor back to delete one or more characters. This is similar to pressing the Backspace key on a
keyboard.
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The Start Menu
Your Smartphone comes with many bundled programs
that you can start using immediately. To install additional
programs on your Smartphone, refer to the Companion CD
that came with your phone.
To use the Start menu:
1. When in the Home screen, press the Left Softkey (beneath
the word Start).
2. Select a program by scrolling to it and pressing the Action
button. You can also select the program by pressing the
corresponding number on the menu.
The Quick List offers a list of functions, such as locking your
phone, locking the phone's keypad, and turning on the Flight
mode, as well as the list of available profile types.
To use the Quick List:
1. Press and quickly release the Power button on top of the
Smartphone to display the Quick List. (Caution: If you
press and hold too long, the device will power off.)
2. Select the item you want by scrolling to it and pressing the
Action button, or by pressing the related number.
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The Quick List
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1.6 Entering Text and Numbers
Your Smartphone supports three input modes for entering text
and numbers: Multipress, T9, and Numeric. The Multipress
and T9 modes are used for entering text, and the Numeric
mode is for entering numbers. When you select a field that
requires text or numeric entry, your Smartphone will automatically select the appropriate input mode. When the cursor is
in a field which requires text or number input, you can switch
input modes by holding down the asterisk (*) key. Input and
mode choices are Symbols, 123, Abc, and T9 English. One
of the following status indicators will display in the Title Bar
to show which input mode is currently active:
Indicator
Mode
Multipress text input mode, lowercase
Multipress text input mode, uppercase
Multipress text input mode, caps lock
T9 text input mode, lowercase
T9
T9 text input mode, uppercase
T9 text input mode, caps lock
Numeric input mode
Multipress Mode
When you are in Multipress mode, you can enter a letter by
pressing the number key on which the letter appears. To
enter the first letter on the number key, press the key once,
to enter the second letter, press the key twice quickly, and
so on. The letter entered most recently is underlined until
you have completed the keypresses for the letter and moved
on to the next letter.
For example: To enter the word "hat," press 44, 2, 8.
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When you enter letters that are on the same number key,
you must pause after entering the first letter and wait until
the underline disappears before entering the next letter so
your Smartphone can process the first letter. This pause is
called the Multipress time-out, and you can adjust the length
of the pause between keypresses.
For example: To enter the word "cat," press 222, pause,
press 2, and then press 8. Press the # key to move a
space.
To enter punctuation in Multipress mode, press 1 repeatedly
until you see the punctuation mark that you want.
1. Select Settings from the Start menu.
2. Select Accessibility.
3. In the Multipress time-out field, select the length of the
pause between keypresses that you prefer.
4. Press the Left Softkey (“Done”) to save the settings and
return to the Settings screen.
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To change the Multipress time-out:
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T9 Mode
When you are in the T9 mode, just press the number keys
that contain the letters that you want to form a word. T9
will then analyze your keypresses and attempt to complete
the word.
For example: To enter the word "shoe," press 7, 4, 6, 3.
To enter text in T9 mode:
1. Press and hold the * key until the input menu appears.
Scroll down and choose “English.” The T9 indicator should
appear at the top of the display.
2. Enter letters by pressing the keys on which the letters
appear. Press a key only once for each letter.
3. Press the # key to accept the word and enter a space
after it, or press the Down button on the Navigation Pad
to scroll through the other word options; press the Action
button to accept the word choice.
4. Press 1 and then press the Up or Down button on the
Navigation Pad to cycle through common punctuation
symbols.
NOTE: T9 cannot always find the word you want in the T9
dictionary. In these cases, switch to Multipress mode. After
you have entered the word in Multipress mode, the word will
be added to the T9 dictionary.
Numeric Mode
When you are in the Numeric mode, just press the number(s)
you want to enter on the keypad. If a field permits a numerical entry only, such as the Work phone number field
in Contacts, the input mode will automatically default to
Numeric mode.
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Miscellaneous Input Tasks
To enter a space: In Multipress or T9 mode, press the
# key.
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To start a new line: Press the Action button.
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To switch between uppercase, lowercase, and caps
lock: Press the * key.
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To enter a symbol: Press and hold the # key, select the
symbol you want, and then press the Done softkey.
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To enter a number, an asterisk (*), or a pound sign (#):
Press and hold the * button on your Smartphone’s keypad
to pop up a selection list, then select “123” for Numeric
mode. You can then press the desired corresponding key
on the keypad.
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To delete characters: Press the Back button to
backspace over a single character. Press and hold the
Back button to backspace and delete all text in a field.
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To enter the plus (+) sign for international calls: Press
and hold 0.
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1.7 Securing Your Smartphone
You can customize the level of security you want to have on
your Smartphone by locking the SIM card, the keypad, or
the entire phone.
Locking the Keypad
The keypad lock turns off the keypad functionality. This is
a helpful feature if, for example, your Smartphone is turned
on and in your pocket, and you want to prevent accidental
keypresses from dialing a number, etc.
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To lock your keypad: In the Home screen, press and
hold the End button. The Left softkey will display Unlock,
indicating that your Smartphone is locked.
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To unlock your keypad: In the Home screen, press the
Unlock softkey, and press the # key.
Locking the SIM Card
Locking your SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card prevents
you from using the phone, but you can still turn it on and make
emergency calls. When you turn your Smartphone on, you
will be prompted for your PIN1 password, which you must
enter correctly before you can use your phone.
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To lock the SIM: In the Home screen, press the Start
softkey, select Settings, select Security, select Enable
SIM Lock, and then press the Action button. Enter your
PIN1 password, and then press the Done softkey.
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To unlock the SIM: In the Home screen, press the Start
softkey, select Settings, select Security, select Disable
SIM Lock, and then press the Action button. Enter your
PIN1 password, and then press the Done softkey.
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Locking Your Smartphone
Locking your Smartphone prevents access to personal data.
When you enable this feature, your phone will automatically
lock after a specified time of inactivity. A screen will be displayed requiring your phone lock password before access
is granted. You can still receive calls and make emergency
calls, even when the Smartphone is locked.
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To lock your Smartphone:
1. Press the Power button and quickly release, to display
the Quick List. Select Device lock, then press the Left
Softkey (“Select”).
3. In the Password field, enter the password you want
to use, to access your phone when it is locked.
4. In the Confirm password field, enter the password
again, then press the Done soft key.
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To unlock your Smartphone: Press the Unlock softkey,
enter your password, and then press the Unlock softkey
again.
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To turn off phone lock: Select Start > Settings >
Security > Disable Phone Lock, enter your password,
and then press the Done softkey.
NOTE: If you forget your password, there is a way to regain
access to your Smartphone, but you will lose all programs
you installed. First, turn off your phone. Then press and
hold down the Left Softkey (“Softkey 1”), the Right Softkey
(“Softkey 2”), and the Power button, all at the same time.
Continue to hold them down until a message appears and
asks you if want to clear the memory. If you select 0 to confirm, all programs you installed yourself will be lost, but you
will regain control of your Smartphone. (If you had previously
synchronized with a PC, you can then get the lost programs
back easily by synchronizing with it again.)
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2. In the Lock phone after field, select the amount of
time you want your Smartphone to be inactive before
it automatically locks.
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Chapter 2
Using Your
Smartphone
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
Making a Call
Receiving a Call
Photo Contacts (Caller ID)
In-call Options
Retrieving a Voice Mail Message
Reviewing Your Calls
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2.1 Making a Call
There are several ways to make a call.
Making a call from the Home screen
When in the Home screen, press the numbers on the keypad
to enter the phone number, and then press the Talk button
to make the call. Press the Back button if you need to
backspace over a digit.
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your phone
As you enter a phone number, your phone searches Contacts, Call History, Speed Dial lists, and your SIM card, to
find a matching number. Matching names and numbers will
be displayed. When you see the name of the person you
want to call (or the entire number) displayed, select it and
press the Talk button.
In this example, the first few digits of a phone number have
been entered. The names listed in this screen have all been
found to have phone numbers that start with these digits. At
this point, you can select the desired name without having
to enter more numbers.
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Making a call from Contacts
To make a call by Contact name:
In the Home screen, press the Right Softkey ("Contacts") or
select Contacts from the Start Menu. If there are many contacts listed, you can enter the first few letters of the desired
contact's name to perform a search. Select the name you
want to call and press the Talk button. The phone number
that has been specified as the default phone number for that
contact entry will be dialed.
To make a call from an open Contact card:
In the Home screen, press the Right Softkey ("Contacts")
or select Contacts from the Start Menu. Select the desired
contact, then press the Action button to display all the information for that contact. Select the number you want to call,
then press the Talk button.
NOTE: For more information about Contact list abbreviations and Contact cards, please see Chapter 8.
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To change the default number for a Contact:
In the Home screen, press the Right Softkey ("Contacts")
or select Contacts from the Start Menu. Select the contact
whose default phone number you want to change, then
press the Right or Left navigational button to change the
default number. The abbreviation at the right side of the list
indicates the default number. For example, if you change
“w” to “m,” the default number changes from Work phone
(w) to Mobile phone (m).
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Making a call using a recently dialed
number
When in the Home screen, press the Talk button to display
a list of recently-dialed names/numbers. Select the item you
want to dial, then press the Talk button again.
Making a call from the Call History list
Select Call History from the Start Menu. Select the number
or name you want to call, then press the Talk button.
Making a call from a hyperlink
When you see an underlined phone number presented as
a hyperlink in an E-mail message, just scroll to it, and press
the Action button to make the call.
2. Using
your phone
Making emergency calls
Calls to emergency service numbers can be made under
any circumstances, even if you have locked the SIM card
and/or your phone.
To place an emergency call: Dial the emergency number
appropriate for your location, and press the Talk button.
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2.2 Receiving a Call
When you receive a call, the name and number of the caller
are displayed on the screen. If the name of the caller is not
in your Contacts list, only the caller's phone number is displayed. You can answer a call by pressing the Talk button
or the Left softkey (“Accept”).
If don't want to take the call, press the Right softkey (“Reject”). Note that selecting Reject will connect the caller to
your voice mail box, if you subscribe to this service.
2. Using
your phone
NOTE: This is the default behavior for incoming calls. See
the next section if you want a Photo ID (which you have
associated with the caller) to be displayed on your screen
during incoming calls.
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Answering a second call using Call
Waiting
If you are already talking on the phone when you receive
another call, the Call Waiting screen will appear. To place the
current call on hold and answer the incoming call, press the
Left Softkey (“Accept”) or the Talk button to simultaneously
place the first call on hold and answer the second call.
If you want to end the first call before answering the incoming
call, press the End button, and then press the Accept soft
key or the Talk button to accept the incoming call.
2. Using
your phone
Rejecting a Call Waiting call
If you are already talking on the phone when you receive
another call and you don't want to answer the incoming
call, press the Right Softkey (“Reject”) in the Call Waiting
screen. This will keep your current call in progress, but will
connect the “call waiting” caller to your voice mail box, if you
subscribe to this service.
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2.3 Photo Contacts (Caller ID)
Photo Contacts is a “Caller ID” application that adds more
fun to using your phone. It allows you to assign photos or
animated GIF files to the entries in your Contacts. Then
when a person calls you (for whom you have previously
assigned a photo ID in Contacts), that photo ID will appear
on your phone’s incoming call screen.
You can also perform maintenance on the Contacts, even
create new Contacts and Groups and assign members to
the Groups, right from within Caller ID. (See also Chapter
8 for information about maintaining Contacts.)
The Caller ID utility does not run automatically when you
turn on your phone. You must activate it after the phone
is turned on.
Starting the Photo Caller ID program
NOTE: Even if the Photo Caller ID monitor is not running,
you can still use the program to assign photos and manage
contacts and groups. The photos will display within your
Contacts application, but incoming calls will not be able
to display the Photo IDs you assigned. (To disable Photo
Caller ID manually, use Options > General as mentioned
later in this section.)
2. Using
your phone
Select Photo Contacts from the Start Menu to invoke the
Caller ID program. If you have many Contacts, it may take
a few moments to load them. After they are loaded, the icon
shown below will display in the Title Bar. It indicates that the
“Caller ID monitor” is running, and Photo IDs (if assigned)
will display when incoming calls are received.
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Main List View and Detailed View
2. Using
your phone
When you start the Caller ID application, the main List View
will display as shown in the example below on the left. The
Contacts entries fully mirror those in your Pocket Contacts
(Chapter 8). Any changes you make to your Contacts data
using Caller ID will simultaneously be made in your Pocket
Contacts. In the example below, a Photo ID has already
been assigned to the selected Contact entry. The icon at
the right side of each Contact indicates whether the Contact
resides in your phone’s local memory or on the SIM card.
If a Photo ID has been assigned, an additional icon will
indicate such.
Main (List) View
Detailed View
To switch to Detailed View, press the Action button. All data
that has been entered for the selected Contact will be listed.
To switch back to List View, select Cancel from the menu.
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Menu Commands
The menu in Detailed View lets you display the Next or
Previous contact entry; Edit or Delete the current contact,
and Assign or Unassign a photo ID to it.
The menu in the main List View contains the following
commands:
New
Opens a standard screen in which you can enter data and
create a new entry in your Pocket Contacts.
Delete
Select the entry you want to delete, then select Delete. A
message will remind you that if you delete this entry using Caller ID, it will also be deleted in your Smartphone’s
Contacts.
Manage Group
This command provides a convenient interface that lets you
perform complete management of your contacts groups.
Initially, it opens the Manage Group screen, which lists all
currently existing groups and the number of members assigned to each group, as well as the Photo ID assigned to
the selected group (if any).
2. Using
your phone
Reset Filter
This command is enabled after you have performed any
manual filtering of entries using your Smartphone’s keypad.
For example, if you have pressed the keys for “j,” “a,” “c,”
and “k” to list only the entries containing the string “jack,”
you can select Reset Filter, or press the * shortcut key, to
reset the main view so that all entries are once again listed.
(NOTE: This command does not affect any filtering you
may have done using the Filter command explained on
the next page.)
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Press the Right Softkey in the Manage Group screen to open
the menu, which lets you create New groups, Rename or
Delete groups, Assign Members to groups, Assign Photo
or Unassign Photo, and Preview the behavior of an alreadyassigned photo and/or template.
The Assign Photo, Unassign Photo, and Preview commands in the Manage Group screen operate the same as
those for assigning individual Photo IDs, as explained later
in “Assigning a Photo ID to a Contact.” Note that a Photo
ID assigned to a group will display during an incoming call
only if no individual Photo ID has been assigned to the caller.
The individually-assigned Photo ID has precedence over the
group-assigned Photo ID.
2. Using
your phone
Filter
This command opens a submenu that lets you control which
category of items are listed on the screen: SIM Only, Contacts Only, and Group. By default, No Filter is active.
Assign Photo
Explained later in “Assigning a Photo ID to a Contact.”
Preview
This command is available if a Photo ID is currently assigned
to the selected Contact entry. First, select a Contact entry in
the list that already has a photo assigned to it. Then select
Preview, or press the # button on your phone keypad.
Options
Selecting Options opens a submenu that contains three
commands: Set Default Photos, Display Settings, and
General.
Set Default Photos — Opens a screen that lets you assign,
change, or unassign default Photo IDs for Unknown Photo,
Not-found Photo, and general Default Photo, as follows:
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Unknown Photo: This photo will display whenever the phone
number of the incoming call is not known to Caller ID because
no phone number was “passed in” to your Smartphone. This
would occur if the person calling you has blocked their phone
number from being displayed to the receiver, or has not
enabled the broadcast of their Caller ID.
Not-found Photo: This option in the Set Default Photos
screen lets you assign a generic Photo ID to any incoming call from a person whose number is not found in your
Contacts. That is, the phone number of the incoming call is
known, but has no matching entry in your Contacts.
Default Photo: This photo will display when the incoming
call is found to be from a matching entry in your Contacts
database, but there is no user-assigned Photo ID for either
that individual Contact entry, or for the Group it belongs to.
General — Opens a screen that contains two options:
Storage Path for Re-sized Photos: Every time you
use Assign Photo to assign a photo, Caller ID will
automatically copy and re-size the original photo file.
You can then delete the original file, if you wish to save
valuable storage space in the phone. The Storage Path
for Resized Photos field allows you to specify whether
you want these re-sized photos to be saved to your
Smartphone or to your Storage Card.
Display Photo During Incoming or Waiting Call: Active
by default. If you uncheck this checkbox and then select
“Done,” Photo Contacts will be disabled. The phone
will recover its original background image for incoming
calls, and the Incoming Call monitor will be unloaded from
memory. No photos will display when the checkbox is not
checked.
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your phone
Display Settings — Selecting this from the Options submenu opens the Display Settings screen, which allows you to
specify whether the Photo ID should consist of only a photo
(Use Photo Only), or a photo merged with a template (Use
Template). Options available in this screen will depend on
which of these is active in the Display Style field.
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Assigning a Photo ID to a Contact
The Assign Photo command lets you assign an image file
or animated GIF file (“Photo ID”) to an individual Contact
entry stored in your Pocket Contacts, or Phonebook entry
on the SIM card. You can also specify a size, and a position
for the Photo ID.
2. Using
your phone
And, to add more fun and a stronger visual impact to your
incoming calls, you can assign an animated “template ID,”
which will serve as a frame around the image, if desired.
Templates are animated GIF files, and are available in both
Portrait and Landscape orientation. You can choose to
display the Photo ID only, or the Photo ID together with a
template ID, and easily change Photo IDs and/or Template
IDs at any time. A collection of templates are included in
the \\Storage\My Documents\IA Caller ID Photos folder
of your Smartphone.
NOTE: The steps in this section are for the Assign Photo
command on the main menu (individual Contact assignment), but this same basic procedure can also be followed
when:
•
Assigning a Photo ID to a Group (using the Assign Photo
command on the menu in the Manage Group screen)
•
Assigning “Unknown Photo,” “Not-found Photo,” and
“Default Photo” (using the Assign Photo command on
the menu in the Set Default Photos screen)
•
Assigning an individual Photo ID using the Assign Photo
command on the menu accessed when in Detailed View
First, make sure the photo you want to use is either a JPEG,
BMP, or GIF file (either still or animated GIF). By default, the
\\Storage\My Documents folder is searched for these file
types. If the file you want to use is located somewhere else,
you can optionally search other folders in Step 2 below.
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1. In the main Caller ID screen, select the desired Contact
in the list.
2. Select Assign Photo from the menu, or simply press the
Left Softkey. The first Assign Photo screen will appear.
In it, your JPEG, BMP, and GIF files will be displayed as
thumbnails.
3. Select the file you want to use as the Photo ID.
4. Press the Left Softkey (“Next”). A Preview screen
opens.
2. Using
your phone
Optional: Or, you can use your phone’s camera to take a
new picture and then assign it as a Photo ID. Open the menu
in this Assign Photo screen and select New from Camera.
This switches to Camera mode so you can take a new photo.
After taking a new photo, you will be returned to Caller ID so
you can assign the new photo as a Photo ID.
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If Use Template is active in the Display Settings screen, the
photo is previewed in a template when you press “Next.” An
example is shown below in the figure on the right. You can
use the menu in this Preview screen to preview the Next
Template or Previous Template, or press the navigation
pad Right or Left.
2. Using
your phone
If Use Photo Only happens to be active in the Display Settings screen, the photo alone is previewed with a pre-set
sample name and phone number, according to the current
Position setting in Display Settings. An example is shown
on the left below.
5. If this Preview screen already shows the setup you want,
press the Left Softkey (“Done”).
To access various setup options, press the Right Softkey
to open the menu.
Select Display Settings from the menu if you want to switch
to either Photo Only assignment or Use Template assignment. If you choose Photo Only, you can specify one of
several positions, and a size. If you choose Use Template,
you can specify the template to be used, and the method for
fitting the photo on the Incoming Call screen.
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You can also open the Display Settings screen outside of
the “Assign Photo” process by selecting Options > Display Settings from the main menu in List View, and you
can preview the behavior of any Photo ID assignment by
selecting Preview.
2.4 In-Call Options
Listed below are all the menu options that might possibly be
available when a call is in progress. Some of these options
are only available when multiple calls are in progress or
during a conference call.
End — Disconnect the call.
Hold — Place the active call on hold.
Unhold — Takes the call off hold.
Save Contacts — Create a Contact entry for the caller.
Conference — Join together all existing calls, if you have
subscribed to this service.
Private — Break one call out of a conference and makes this
call active while the rest of the conference is on hold.
Speakerphone — When the speakerphone is activated, it
can be used for hands-free conversation.
Mute — Mute the microphone for the active call. The other
party will not hear anything you say, but you can still hear
the other party.
Unmute — Turn the microphone back on for the active
call.
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Swap — Switch between two calls.
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2.5 Retrieving a Voice Mail Message
When in the Home screen, press and hold 1 (varies with
operator) to call your voice mailbox, and follow the prompts
to retrieve your messages.
NOTE: This is actually a Speed Dial (see section 2.7).
Speed Dial 1 is reserved for voice mail access and the
number is configured in your settings.
2.6 Reviewing your Calls
2. Using
your phone
Using Call History and Call Timers, you can view information about phone calls that you have made and received.
For example, you can see who has called you recently and
find out how much time you have spent talking on your
Smartphone.
Call History
Call History displays the last 36 calls that you have made,
received, and missed. Each entry in Call History contains
the start time of the call, the duration, the caller's name,
if available, and the caller's number. The oldest calls are
automatically deleted from the list to make room for the
newest calls.
To view your Call History, select Call History from the
Start menu. If desired, you can then filter the list so that
only Missed Calls, Incoming Calls, or Outgoing Calls are
listed. Simply open the menu in the Call History screen,
select Filter, and then select the desired category from the
submenu.
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Other commands on the menu in the Call History screen
besides Filter:
Find Contact — Lets you view Contact information related
to the selected entry.
E-mail — Select the entry in the Call History list to whom
you want to send E-mail, then select E-mail on the menu.
You will be switched to the Messaging screen.
View Timers — Opens the Call Timers screen. See the
subsection below for details.
Delete — Removes the selected item from the list.
Delete List — Removes all items in Call History.
Save to Contacts — Creates a new Contact entry using the
info related to the selected item in Call History.
Call Timers gives you detailed information regarding the
length of your last call, the total number of calls made and
received, calls by type (incoming, outgoing, roaming, and
data), and a lifetime counter.
Call Timers is useful for keeping track of your calling patterns;
for example, to determine what type of calling plan you want.
It can also help you estimate your monthly billing. You can
reset Call Timers to zero (0), for example to start timing calls
for a new monthly billing cycle.
To access the Call Timers screen, select Call History from
the Start menu, then open the menu in the Call History screen
and select View Timers.
2. Using
your phone
Call Timers
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2.7 Speed Dials and Voice Tags
You can create “Speed Dials” for frequently-called phone
numbers by simply pressing and holding one or two keys.
You may choose Speed Dial entries from 2-99; Speed Dial
1 is reserved for voice mail access and the number is configured in your settings.
You can create a Speed Dial for a phone number, a program
on the Start menu, an E-mail address, or Web page address
(URL) that is stored in Contacts.
Speed Dials
Creating a Speed Dial for a phone number:
2. Using
your phone
1. In the Home screen, press the Right Softkey (“Contacts”),
or select Contacts from the Start menu.
2. Select the desired Contact entry and then press the Action
button to access the Contact card. All data entered for
that Contact will be listed.
3. Select the phone number for which you want to assign a
Speed Dial.
4. Press the Right Softkey to open the menu and select Add
Speed Dial.
5. In the Keypad Assignment field of the Add Speed Dial
screen, select the number you want to assign as the Speed
Dial. Press the navigational pad Left or Right to select, or
press the Action button to view the full list of choices.
6. Press the Left Softkey (“Done”) to save the new Speed
Dial.
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For URLs and E-mail addresses:
You can also create Speed Dials for URLs (Web addresses)
and E-mail addresses that are stored in Contacts. In Step 3
above, just select the desired E-mail address or URL address
(instead of a phone number).
Making a call using a Speed Dial:
When in the Home screen, press and hold the number on the
keypad that you have assigned as a Speed Dial for a number.
If the Speed Dial number consists of two digits, press the first
digit and then press and hold the second digit.
Viewing Speed Dials you have created:
In the Home screen, select Speed Dial from the Start menu.
All Speed Dial entries will be listed. In addition, you can use
the menu in this screen to perform the following:
Find Contact — Open the Contact card associated with the
selected Speed Dial.
Delete — Delete the selected Speed Dial entry from the
list.
Filter — Lets you filter the list.
2. Using
your phone
Run — Dials the number, starts Internet Explorer, or invokes
Messaging. You can perform this same function by pressing
the Left Softkey (“Go”).
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Voice Tags
You can record a voice tag for a phone number, E-mail address, or Web page address that is stored in your Contacts.
Then, when you verbally speak the voice tag, your Smartphone automatically dials the associated phone number,
opens an E-mail message using the associated address,
or goes to the associated Web page.
Creating a Voice Tag for a phone number, E-mail address, or URL in your Contacts:
1. In the Home screen, press the Right Softkey (“Contacts”)
or select Contacts from the Start menu.
2. Select the desired Contact entry, then press the Action
button to access the related Contact card. All data entered
for that Contact will be listed.
3. Select the phone number, E-mail address, or Web page
address for which you want to assign a Voice Tag.
2. Using
your phone
4. Press the Right Softkey to open the menu, and select Add
Voice Tag.
5. After the message/beep, begin recording the voice tag
(preferably one easy-to-recognize word).
6. Your phone will automatically play back the voice tag. If
successful, a message will indicate such. Select OK to
close the message screen.
7. The Add Speed Dial screen will display. It displays,
and allows you to edit, the Name, Value, and Keypad
Assignment. Press the Left Softkey (“Done”) when ready
to save the new voice tag.
To use the voice tag, press and hold the Volume Down button
on the left side of the phone for three seconds in the Home
screen, to invoke the recording function. Say the word that
you recorded as a voice tag. The phone plays back the voice
tag and then dials the associated phone number; or opens a
new E-mail message; or goes to the associated Web page
(whichever you chose prior to creating it in Step 3 above).
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Creating a Voice Tag for an application
You can also associate a voice tag with an application. For
example, to build a voice tag for the Calendar application,
do as follows:
1. In the Home screen, press the Left Softkey (“Start”) to
open the Start menu.
2. In the Start menu, highlight Calendar in the menu.
3. Press the Right Softkey to open the menu and select Add
Voice Tag.
4. After the message/beep, say “Calendar.”
5. Your Smartphone will automatically play back the voice
tag. If successful, a message will indicate such. Select
OK to close the message screen.
6. The Add Speed Dial screen will display. It displays,
and allows you to edit, the Name, Value, and Keypad
Assignment. Press the Left Softkey (“Done”) when ready
to save the new voice tag.
Editing, Deleting, and Playing Voice Tags
Select Speed Dial from the Start menu. Select the desired
voice tag from the list. Then, from the menu:
•
•
•
To play back an existing voice tag at any time, select Play
Voice Tag from the menu.
To delete it, select Delete from the menu.
To change it, select Edit, then make changes and select
Done.
NOTE: You can also create Voice Notes. This feature
provides a convenient way for you to create a verbal reminder
(in lieu of entering text) by using your phone’s built-in audio
recorder. See Using Voice Notes in Chapter 8 for details.
2. Using
your phone
Then, in the future, you can invoke the Calendar
application by holding the recording button in the Home
screen and then saying “Calendar” after the beep. The
system will repeat the voice tag “Calendar” to indicate that
it recognized the word, and will then launch Calendar. If
the phone misinterprets the word, press the End softkey
and start over, making sure to speak the word clearly and
closely into your Smartphone’s microphone.
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2.8 Advanced Dialing
Information
The following information covers advanced dialing options
that may be useful for phone numbers requiring special
dialing instructions.
Inserting an international country code
International calls require a country code to be included in the
phone number. A plus sign (+) must appear first, followed by
the country code and the rest of the phone number. To enter
the plus sign, press and hold 0 until + appears.
2. Using
your phone
Inserting a three-second pause in a
dialing sequence
Some international calls require a three-second pause in the
dialing sequence in order for the call to process successfully.
To insert a pause:
1. In the Home screen, select Contacts from the Start menu,
or press the Right Softkey (“Contacts”).
2. Select the Contact entry in whose phone number you want
to insert a pause, then press the Action button to access
the Contact card for that entry.
3. Press the Left Softkey (“Edit”), or select Edit from the
menu.
4. In the Edit screen, select the specific phone number
in which you want to insert the pause. Then press the
navigation pad Left or Right position the cursor within the
number where you want to insert a three-second pause.
5. Open the menu and select Insert Pause. The letter "p" will
appear in the number for your reference, to show where the
three-second pause will occur in the dialing sequence.
6. Press the Left Softkey (“Done”).
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Inserting a manual pause in a dialing
sequence
There may be phone numbers that require a pause longer
than three seconds in the dialing sequence. For these cases,
you can pause as long as you want, and manually continue
the dialing sequence using the Talk button.
Follow the same steps outlined above in “Inserting a threesecond pause in a dialing sequence,” except in Step 5, select
Insert Wait from the menu. The letter “w” will appear in
the number for your reference, to show where the indefinite
pause will occur in the dialing sequence. Don’t forget that
when you call a number containing a “manual pause,” you
will need to press the Talk button to continue dialing.
2. Using
your phone
2. Using
your phone
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Chapter 3
Using Your Camera
3.1 Camera Mode
3.2 Album Mode
3. Using your
camera
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3.1 Camera Mode
When in Photo capture mode, you can capture standard still
images. In Picture Theme capture mode, you can place
your captured images into attractive frames (templates). Use
Photo ID capture mode to capture an image that you want
to assign to one of your Contacts as a Photo ID. Or, switch
to Video or MMS Video capture mode and capture “live”
video streams (with audio if desired), then share them with
others. You can even send the captured files via E-mail,
MMS, Bluetooth, or infrared beaming.
Invoking Camera mode
Use any of these methods to switch to Camera mode on
your Smartphone:
•
Press the Camera button on the right side of your
Smartphone. The live incoming video stream will be
shown on your screen. If you have not yet started the
Camera application, the Photo capture mode will be
active by default. If you previously started the Camera in
the current Smartphone session, the most recently used
capture mode will be active.
•
Select Camera or Camcorder from the Start Menu,
or select Album and then press the Left Softkey
(Camera).
•
If already activated recently, you can select the appropriate
icon in the “recently used programs” bar at the top of the
Home screen:
Choosing a Capture submode
When in Camera mode, select Capture Mode from the main
menu, and then select either Photo, Video, MMS Video,
Photo ID, or Picture Theme from the submenu.
NOTE: The first time you capture a new still image, a new
My Photos folder will be created under \My Documents,
and the new file will be placed there. Likewise, when you
capture your first video file, a new My Videos folder will be
created, and the video will be placed in that new folder.
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Capturing a still image
Select Camera from the Start Menu to go directly to Photo
capture mode. If already in a different capture mode, open
the menu and select Photo from the Capture Mode submenu, or press 1 on the keypad to switch to different capture
submodes.
The current capture size (Resolution) dimensions are shown
at the upper left of the screen. Press 2 on your keypad to
select the Resolution. Press the navigation pad up if you
want to Zoom In, or down to Zoom back out (resolution =
Zoom: 640 x 480=1x; 320 x 240=1x, 2x; 160 x 120=1x, 2x,
4x). At the lower left of the screen, the current Zoom ratio is
shown. (The Preview window is fixed at 176 x 144 pixels.)
Besides specifying a capture size, you can also specify the
destination storage media for saved files, rename them after
capturing them, and an output quality (the output format for
image capture is JPEG). The number of images you can
still capture, according to available memory and your current
settings, is always displayed.
To capture the image, press the hardware Camera button on
the right side of the phone, or the Left Softkey (“Capture”),
or the Action button.
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camera
3. Using your
camera
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Capturing a video using Video mode
Select Camcorder from the Start Menu to go directly to
Video capture mode. If already in a different capture mode,
open the menu and select Video from the Capture Mode
submenu, or press 1 on your phone keypad to switch to
different modes.
The Capture Size dimensions are shown at the upper left of
the screen. Press 2 on your keypad to select the size (176 x
144, or 128 x 96). Press the navigation pad Up if you want
to Zoom In, or Down to Zoom back out.
To specify the output format, select Options from the menu
and then Modes. In the Encoder field, select either MPEG4,
H.263, or Motion-JPEG AVI. Also in this screen, you can
set a limit to the video file size, if desired.
Select Options > Video to specify whether or not to capture
audio to accompany the video clip, and to change the default
filenaming convention if desired. As a shortcut, you can press
the 6 button on your phone keypad to toggle audio-capture
capability On and Off. An icon resembling a microphone in
the lower right of the Video Capture screen indicates whether
audio capture is enabled or disabled. When Off, a diagonal
line is drawn through the icon, as shown below.
Audio recording enabled
Audio recording disabled
The amount of time available for your next video capture,
according to available memory and your current settings, is
always displayed.
To begin capturing a video clip, press the Camera button
on the right side of your Smartphone, or the Left Softkey
(“Capture”), or the Action button. Press any of them again to
stop recording. If a limit has been set for the video file size,
recording will stop automatically when the limit is reached.
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Capturing a video using MMS Video
mode
The usage and options for MMS Video capture mode are the
same as for Video capture mode, except for the following:
Whereas the Video capture mode allows you to set any file
size limitation, MMS Video mode is permanently set to a
file size limitation of 95 KB. When the video currently being
recorded reaches a file size of 95 KB, the recording process
will automatically stop.
In addition, when in MMS Video mode, there are only two
choices for Encoder type: MPEG-4, and H.263. Typically,
it is recommended that you use H.263 for video files to be
sent as MMS attachments.
Using Photo ID mode
The Photo ID capture mode captures a still image in the
same way as Photo capture mode, but captures at a size
(176 x 180) which is convenient to use directly as a Photo
ID for one of your contacts. Immediately after capturing an
image using Photo ID capture mode, you can select Save
As > Caller ID Photo from the menu in the Review screen
(shown later in the section entitled The Review screen) to
invoke the Caller ID (Photo Contacts) application.
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camera
In Caller ID, all entries in your Pocket Contacts will be listed.
Select the Contact to which you want to assign the image
you just captured. Then press the Left Softkey (“Next”) and
then again (“Done”) to assign the photo. After that, you
will be returned to the Capture screen of Capture mode
automatically.
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Using Picture Theme mode to frame your
captured photos
The Picture Theme capture mode lets you place your captured images into selected frames.
When in Camera mode, select Capture Mode > Picture
Theme from the menu, or press 1 on your keypad until
Picture Theme is the active capture mode.
When you switch to Picture Theme, one of your templates
in the \My Documents\Frames folder will be loaded. To
load a different template, press the navigation pad Left or
Right; or select Select Template from the menu to browse
and preview each template. The file name, dimensions, and
number of images required for that template will be displayed
in the Select Template screen, as shown below on the left.
The figure on the right below shows the Picture Theme capture mode, ready to capture an image. The incoming video
stream is previewed in the “place holder” where the captured
image will be placed (in this example, it’s the place holder on
the left). Note that “(1/2)” is displayed in the lower right of
the screen. This indicates that the next image captured will
be the first one; no images have been captured yet.
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In templates that require two or more images, the focus
switches to another “place holder” after the first one is
filled.
To capture an image, press the Camera button on the right
side of your Smartphone, the Left Softkey (“Capture”),
or the Action button. The image will be saved with the
frame. As with other still images, it will be placed in the \My
Documents\My Photos folder.
Zoom capability is determined by the currently loaded template, as shown later in the table in the “Zooming in and
out” section.
The Review screen
If the Review after capture checkbox is checked in the Options > General screen (it is checked by default), a Review
screen will appear immediately after you have captured a
file using any of the five capture submodes.
In the example below, a video file has just been captured,
so the first frame of the video file is shown in the Review
screen.
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In the previous figure, the Title Bar indicates Zoom mode.
This means you can press the Up and Down buttons to
Zoom In and Out.
Or, when in Zoom mode, you can press the Action button
to switch to Pan mode. If the image is too large to fit in the
display area, you can press the Up, Down, Left, or Right
buttons to pan the image to the desired position.
Commands on the menu in the Review screen vary according
to the type of captured file, as follows:
Play — This command is available on the menu only if the
newly-captured file is a video file. A Progress Bar at the bottom of the screen will indicate progress of the playback.
Send — via E-mail, via MMS, or via Bluetooth/Infrared
beaming:
If the newly-captured file is a video file in Motion-JPEG AVI
or MPEG-4 format, the Send submenu contains the via
E-mail command, which invokes a new Compose E-mail
screen with the file already attached. If the new file is a
video in H.263 format, or if it is a still image (Photo, Photo
ID, Picture Theme), both via E-mail and via MMS are available on this submenu. (The MMS Composer application is
explained in Chapter 6.)
Finally, the Beam File command on the Send submenu lets
you beam the file using either Infrared or Bluetooth. After
you select Beam File, the Send Data screen will open. Align
your Smartphone port with the port of the other device. When
a device is detected, the device name will be displayed on
the screen. If an Infrared device is detected, the file(s) will
be beamed directly. If a Bluetooth device is detected, press
the Left Softkey (“Beam”) to start beaming.
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File — This submenu lets you:
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Delete (if you decide you don’t want to keep the file)
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Move to (select the folder where you want to move it to)
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Copy to (select the folder where you want to copy it to)
Rename (keep the file and change its name)
Save As — If the newly-captured file is a video, this submenu
lets you save the first frame of the video as your Home
Screen image, and also contains a command to Restore
Home Screen if you want to re-set to the original Home
screen. In addition to the above two commands, if the file is
a still image, the Caller ID Photo command will be available.
This invokes the Photo Caller ID application (as explained
in the previous chapter) and lets you assign the image as a
Photo ID to an entry in your Pocket Contacts.
Back — Keeps the file with its default filename, and returns
to the Capture screen, ready to do more captures.
Album — Switches to the Thumbnail View of Album mode,
where you can view, organize, and manipulate the files.
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Zooming in and out
When in one of the five capture modes, you can press the
Up/Down button to Zoom In/Out. However, Zoom capability
depends on the current Capture Mode, Encoder type, and
Resolution (Capture Size), all of which can be specified in
the Options > Mode screen.
Another way to zoom is to select Zoom on the menu.
Capture Mode
Capture Size Setting
Zoom Available
Photo
160 x 120
1x, 2x, 4x
320 x 240
1x, 2x
640 x 480
None
Photo ID
176 x 180
1x, 2x
Picture Theme
Depends on the size of the currently loaded template. Examples:
Video and
MMS Video
160 x 120 template
1x, 2x, 4x
320 x 240 template
1x, 2x
640 x 480 template
None
800 x 480 template
None
128 x 96
1x, 2x
176 x 144
1x, 2x
NOTE: “1x” indicates normal (unzoomed) size.
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Adjusting for various lighting conditions
From the main menu, select Ambience. The Ambience
submenu lets you easily adjust the Capture screen so that
it looks its best in various environments. Auto is the default
setting, which means it will automatically adjust to different
lighting conditions. You can optionally select Daylight,
Incandescent, Fluorescent, or Night.
Or, you can affect the color display of the incoming video
stream by selecting Grayscale (black and white), Sepia
(light orange hue) or Cool (blue tint).
Adjusting Camera Properties
In addition, you can select Adjust View from the Ambience submenu if you wish to make adjustments to various
Camera Properties of the sensor output. After the Adjust
View screen opens, you can press the Up or Down button to
change the Property (either Gamma, Brightness, Saturation, or Hue), then press the Right or Left button to change
the value of the current Camera Property. If you wish to reset the Camera Properties to their original default settings,
simply open the menu in the Adjust View screen and select
Restore Default.
Setting various Options
After you select Options from the menu, you can enter different screens to customize various behaviors of Camera
mode, as follows:
In the General screen, you can:
•
Specify the storage media to which newly-captured files
are saved: Mini SD card, or Internal Memory (\Storage\My
Documents).
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Set the Flicker Adjustment according to the electrical
voltage used in your country.
•
Enable Review mode, so that every time you capture any
new image or video file, you will enter the Review screen
(shown and explained earlier). It is enabled by default.
•
Disable the audible “shutter” sound so that images will be
captured silently.
Counter
By default, sequential numbers are incorporated into the filename of each new image or video you capture. This screen
lets you reset the counters individually to 001.
Photo
All still images you capture are saved in the JPEG format.
In the Photo screen, you can specify a JPEG quality (Basic,
Normal, Fine, Superfine), and you can change the default
file name prefix (IMAGE) if desired.
The location you specify in the Template Folder field is
where Camera will look for templates when you enter Picture
Theme mode. You can choose Storage Card or Internal
Memory. If Internal Memory is chosen, Camera will look in
the \Storage\My Documents\Frames folder of your phone,
where a collection of template files is located. Likewise,
if Storage Card is chosen, it will look in \My Documents\
Frames of the Storage Card.
Video
By default, all video clips you capture will have accompanying
audio recorded along with the video. In this screen, you can
disable or re-enable the recording of audio along with your
video files. (Or, when in a Capture screen, you can simply
press 6 on your Smartphone’s keypad to toggle audio capture
On and Off.) You can also change the default filename prefix
(VIDEO) which is used for each new video capture.
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Modes
The fields available in the Modes screen will vary depending on the Capture Mode and Encoder type selected. (The
“Encoder” is the output format of newly-captured files.)
If Photo is the selected Capture Mode, you can choose the
desired Resolution (capture size). They are all listed in the
table in the “Zooming In and Out” section.
If Video is the selected Capture Mode, you can use the
Encoder field to specify what file format to record in, and
a desired Resolution. In addition, you can set a maximum
limit to the file size. For example, if you enter 600 KB in the
Limit Video File Size field, then recording will automatically
stop when that file size is reached.
If MMS Video is the selected Capture Mode, the “Limit Video
File Size” field is not available. This is because the maximum
file size is set to 95 KB for MMS Video captures. Encoder
types available are MPEG-4 and H.263.
There are no changeable options available in the Modes
screen when Picture Theme or Photo ID is the selected
Capture Mode.
NOTE: Another way to enter the Modes screen is to select
Menu > Capture Modes > Manage.
About
Displays the name/module, version/build, and copyright
information.
•
Select Album from the menu when in a Capture mode or
in Review mode.
•
Press the * key or the # key on your phone when in a
Capture mode, to switch to Album’s Thumbnail view.
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camera
Switching to Album Mode to view and
manage your images/videos
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3.2 Album Mode
The Album program allows you to view the image and
video files you have captured, as well as audio files and
images/videos you have obtained from other sources such
as E-mail, a mini SD card, infrared beaming, or synchronized
from a PC.
You can manipulate and organize the files into “albums” and
slide shows with various transition effects. View images as
thumbnails in various sizes, or in an enlarged view. You can
zoom in/out, flip horizontally or vertically, rotate, sort, and
associate files. You can even crop/resize/adjust brightness
and save as a new file. In addition, if you connect to a
server with media content via the Internet, Album can play
the streaming media.
Supported File Formats
Still-image formats
JPEG (.jpg, .jpeg, .jpe); GIF (.gif, .giff);
PNG (.png); Bitmap files (.bmp, .2bp,
.wbmp, .wbm)
Animation format
Animated GIF
Video format
Motion-JPEG AVI (.avi)
MPEG-4 Simple profile (.mp4)
3GPP – H.263 baseline (.3gp)
Audio formats
MPEG-4 AAC (Advanced Audio Coding)
in .MP4 format
WAV
MIDI (standard MIDI type 0, 1, and SPMIDI)
AMR-NB (Narrow Band)
AMR-WB (Wide Band)
Note that some file types, although not supported by Album,
will still be represented as icons in Thumbnail View, such
as WMA, WMV, and MP3. For example, MP3 files will be
represented as Windows Media Player icons in Album, and
selecting the icon will invoke Media Player to play the file.
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Thumbnail view mode
Camera searches for the supported image, video, and audio
files in your \My Documents folder. You can use the Change
Folder command to search other folders if desired. Select
Scan Subfolder Files in Options > General if you also want
the subfolders of the parent folder to be searched.
Shown below on the left is Large thumbnail size. An example of List View is shown on the right. Use the Options >
Thumbnail screen to change to other thumbnail views such
as Normal, Small, or Portrait. You can also opt to show an
index number and an “Info Bar” which displays data about
the selected thumbnail (shown on the left below).
Large thumbnails with Info Bar
List View
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To play a video or audio file, or to view a still image in an
enlarged view, select the related thumbnail and then press
the Action button to switch to Detailed View.
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Detailed View mode
Detailed View mode utilizes more of the screen to display still
images or to play back video, animated GIF, or audio files.
Press the navigation pad Left or Right to display the previous
or next file. Press the Up or Down button to Zoom In or Out.
If it is too large to fit in the display area, press the Action
button to switch to Pan mode. You can then press Up/Down/
Left/Right to pan to the desired portion of the image.
The Title Bar displays the index number of the file, and indicates whether Pan mode or Zoom mode is active.
A progress bar and time counter near the bottom of the
screen indicate the file format (and the amount of time that
has elapsed during the playback, if a video file).
If you wish to view files in Full Screen mode, select View >
Full Screen from the menu, or press 6 on your keypad to
toggle between Detailed View and Full Screen. Press 7 to
play/pause, or 8 to mute/unmute audio play.
Press * for Actual Size, or # for a Fit-in-window display.
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Slide Show view mode
First, in Thumbnail View mode, select the thumbnail that you
want to appear initially in the slide show. Then select Slide
Show from the menu. The slide show will then begin with
the currently selected file.
Or, as a shortcut, you can press 0 when in either Thumbnail
View or Detailed View to start a slide show. Each image,
video, and audio file in the current folder will be played using the full screen, according to the settings that have been
specified in the Slide Show Options screen.
The Slide Show Options screen can be accessed by either
selecting Slide Show Options from the menu during Slide
Show view mode, or by selecting Options > Slide Show
from the menu when in Thumbnail View mode. The options
are summarized in the next section.
During a slide show, pressing 6 will also toggle the display
of the Title Bar and Softkey Labels on and off; or, select
Full Screen from the menu. Even if the Softkey labels are
not displayed, you can still press the Right Softkey to open
the menu, or the Left Softkey to end the slide show. You
can also end a slide show by selecting End Show from the
menu, or by pressing the * button or your Smartphone’s
Back button.
To pause a slide show, press the Action button. When
ready to continue playing the slide show, press the Action
button again.
To choose the type and speed of transition effects to be used
during a slide show, select Transition Effects from the menu
when in Slide Show view. Or, when in Thumbnail view, you
can select Options > Transition Effects from the menu.
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During a slide show, you can press the navigation pad Left
and Right to traverse to the previous or next slide.
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Summary of Options screens
Select Options from the menu when in Thumbnail view to
access the following screens:
General
The options in this screen let you choose whether or not
to:
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Search subfolders of the current folder for files of the
supported types.
•
Show the images in ROM in the Album screen.
•
Force backlight and power to remain on during video and
audio playback.
•
Mute audio while playing video files.
•
Automatically replay video, audio, and animated GIF
files.
•
Show or hide the Progress Bar during playback in Detailed
View.
•
Automatically rotate left, right, or never.
Slide Show
In this screen you can specify:
•
The amount of time each file will display during the slide
show.
•
A rule for slide rotation during slide shows.
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The order of slide play (forward, backward, or random).
•
Whether or not to force the backlight and system power
to stay on during a slide show.
•
Whether or not you want each slide show to start in Full
Screen view (Title Bar and Softkey labels are hidden).
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Transition Effects
Select from dozens of transition effects to be used between
slides during a slide show, and specify the speed. This
screen also lets you preview each choice before selecting
it.
Sort By
Lets you sort the sequence of the files in the current folder
according to Name, Date, Size, or Type. Then specify Ascending or Descending order.
Thumbnail
Choose the size for the thumbnails displayed in Thumbnail
mode: Small, Normal, Large, Portrait, or List view. In addition, you can optionally show an index number in the upper
left corner of each thumbnail; and an “Info Bar” in which data
about the selected file is displayed.
Association
Choose the filetypes you want to associate with Album.
Then, whenever you select a file of that type, it will automatically be opened in Album (Bitmap, JPEG, GIF, PNG, AVI,
MPEG-4, MIDI, WAV, AMR-WB, and AMR-NB files).
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Summary of Menu Functions
Some of the functions that the menus in Thumbnail View
and Detailed View allow you to perform:
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Send the selected file via MMS, via E-mail, via Infrared
beaming, or Bluetooth.
•
Delete, move, or copy the selected file.
•
Save As a Caller ID Photo.
•
Save As RingTone Line 1 or Line 2 (if a MIDI file is
selected).
•
Rename the selected file.
•
View Properties of the selected file (such as name, folder,
date, size, type, colors, frames, dimensions, resolution,
audio type, channel, etc.).
•
View the current file in Full Screen (Title Bar and Softkey
labels are hidden).
•
Rotate an image 90 degrees clockwise.
•
Change to another folder and display files of the supported
filetypes in that folder, including sub-options to switch to
\My Documents on your SD card, jump up one level, or
select recently visited folders.
•
The New command in Thumbnail view includes a suboption to invoke the voice recorder function of your phone
and record a Voice Note.
•
Switch to Camera mode.
•
Edit Bitmap, JPEG, or still GIF files, and save changes to
a different filetype. (More information on next page.)
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Editing Files
Album now allows you to edit BMP, JPEG, or still GIF files.
You can crop, resize, and adjust brightness/contrast/
gamma. First, select the image you want to edit. Then
select Edit from the menu when in either Thumbnail View
or Detailed View to enter the Edit screen.
Crop
In the Edit screen, select Crop from the menu. Press the
navigation pad up/down/left/right to position the crossbar as
desired, then press the Action button to delineate one corner
of the area you want to crop. Press the navigation pad
up/down/left/right as needed to enclose the desired area of
the image for cropping, and press the Action button again
to finish specifying the area. Then select Set Area from the
menu. You can also move the specified square/rectangle,
or resize it, using Move Area or Resize Area. Press the
Left Softkey (“Done”) to end the operation.
Resize
After you select Resize from the menu, the Resize screen
opens. You can choose to resize the current image via
Percentage (up to a maximum of 500%), or by Dimension
(width/height up to 9999 pixels).
Level
Save As
This command lets you save the edited version of the file to
a new filename, a different file format, and the desired folder.
Or, you can use Save to overwrite the original file.
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This command lets you adjust the Brightness, Contrast, or
Gamma properties of an existing image. After you select
Level from the menu in the Edit screen, the Brightness
screen will open. To switch to the Contrast or Gamma
screens, select from the menu, or press the navigation pad
Left or Right. To adjust lighter or darker, press the navigation pad Up or Down.
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How Album handles DRM
DRM is Digital Rights Management, a method of controlling the usage of protected media objects after they have
been downloaded. Some digital media files, such as songs
downloaded from online stores, are encrypted to prevent the
files from being unlawfully distributed or shared. Content
providers use the DRM technology to encrypt these files
when applicable. During the encryption process, the content
provider creates a license which specifies how and when
the file can be used.
For example, a content provider could create a license that
allows you to play a certain file on your computer, but not on
your Smartphone. Or, a license that allows you to play a certain file on your Smartphone, but perhaps only for a month,
or perhaps only a certain number of times. Files that have
licenses associated with them are called protected files.
Currently, there are three main methods (listed below)
for delivering DRM-encrypted content and any applicable
associated rights. The DRM-enabled content file and the
“rights object” are separate components. The rights object
is the encryption key, and also includes the instructions on
how the content can be used.
Forward Lock — This type of file is not encrypted, but
instead there is a flag associated with it that does not allow
you the option to send/forward it from your Smartphone.
There can only be one instance of the file.
Combined Delivery — The file is DRM-encrypted and is
delivered to your Smartphone together with its rights object.
In this case, the right is typically a preview or some other
limited execution.
Separate Delivery — The encrypted DRM file is downloaded
to your Smartphone alone, and the rights object is delivered
separately through some other secure channel such as WAP
Push, a special form of SMS with binary content in it.
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The media types that Album supports are listed below. When
you download files of the following formats, and then attempt
to view/play them in Album, Album will detect whether or not
they are protected files, and if so will treat them in conformance to DRM specifications.
Image files: .jpg, .gif, .bmp, .wbmp, .png
Audio files: .wav, .mid, .amr, .awb, .mp4
Video files: .mp4, .3gp, .avi
The previous illustrations of Album’s Thumbnail View in this
chapter show thumbnails of files that are not DRM-protected
files, so no DRM icons displayed in those illustrations.
The figure below contains examples of DRM files. DRM files
that can be used are identified by the “key” icon in the lower
right corner of the thumbnail. DRM files that are invalid (cannot be viewed or played because, for example,the license
has expired or been used) will be indicated by a key icon with
a diagonal line running through it, as shown here.
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Album will enable or disable menu items as appropriate,
according to the current DRM file state. For example, commands on the Send submenu will not function if the file is
Forward Locked or is a Combined Delivery file. But commands on the Send submenu will work if it is a Separate
Delivery file. And the Edit command is always disabled for
all DRM files.
How DRM files affect Album’s Slide Show mode:
If the current folder contains no non-DRM files, and no valid
DRM files, the Slide Show command will be disabled. If
the selected file is an invalid DRM file, Album will skip the
selected file, and will show the next valid DRM or non-DRM
file.
If the current folder does contain one or more valid DRM
files, Album will display this message prior to starting a Slide
Show: “Slide Show contains protected content. Album will
commit rights when the content is used, and skip invalid
rights content automatically.”
If you select No, you will be returned to Thumbnail View. If
you select Yes, only non-DRM and valid DRM files will be
played/displayed during the Slide Show. Invalid DRM files
will be skipped automatically. When valid DRM files are
encountered, Album will commit rights automatically. No
Confirm screens (such as the examples shown on the next
page) will appear.
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Viewing Info about a DRM file:
If you select Properties from the menu in Thumbnail View,
you will notice that the last field in the Properties screen,
Protected Status, indicates Yes if the selected file is any
type of DRM file, and No if a non-DRM file. In addition, if
the selected file is a DRM file, the Properties screen will
contain an Info button. Press the Right Softkey to view
more information about the DRM status of the file (sample
screen shown on the right below).
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A Confirm screen similar to the one shown below on the left will
initially display for DRM files that need to be activated.
If you select a thumbnail representing a valid, usable DRM file,
and then press the Action button to switch to Detailed View so
that you can view/play the file, a Confirm screen will display the
current license status each time (as shown in the example above
on the right) and require you to select Yes (Left Softkey) to consume the rights.
If you select No, a message will state that Album is unable to play
or view the file, and give you an opportunity to switch to Thumbnail
View.
Chapter 4
Personalizing Your
Smartphone
4.1 Customizing Smartphone
Settings
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4.1 Customizing Smartphone
Settings
You can easily view and change various settings in your
Smartphone. For example, you can use your own sounds
for ring tones, use your favorite photo for the Home screen
background, set up Call Forwarding to manage your calls
more efficiently, and more.
Select Settings from the Start menu. The items in the Settings screens are illustrated below.
4.
Personalizing
Note: If you press 9 (“More”) in the first Settings screen,
the second Settings screen (shown above on the right) will
display.
Phone
The following options are available under the Phone
menu:
Call Barring
Enables you to block incoming and/or outgoing calls.
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Call Forwarding
Enables you to forward calls to another number.
Call Options
Specify your Voice Mail number, SMS Service Center number,
Country code, and Area code. If you check the Any key answer checkbox, you will be able to answer incoming calls by
pressing any key. If Show SIM Contacts is checked, entries
on the SIM card will be displayed in your Contacts list.
Call Waiting
Turn the Call Waiting function on or off. By default, this
function is on.
Caller ID
Let your identification be known to all callers; to only the people
in your contacts; or to no callers.
Channels
To configure cell broadcast channels, select Channels, then
check or uncheck Enable Channels, and check or uncheck
Receive Channel List. You can also select a Language (the
default is All). Select Edit Channels from the menu if you
want to Add, Edit, or Delete existing channels.
Fixed Dialing
Limit your calling area to one or more specific phone numbers
and/or area codes. After checking the Enable Fixed Dialing
checkbox, select Edit Numbers from the menu, then select
Add from the menu in the next screen. Enter the phone number or area code to restrict calling for, then select Done.
4.
Personalizing
Networks
Identifies your current network, and allows you to change your
network selection from Automatic to Manual. In addition, the
menu in the Networks screen lets you find a new network,
select a network, and list preferred networks.
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Sounds
Sounds settings are used to customize the sounds for ring
tones, notifications, and reminders.
Select Settings from the Start menu, then select Sounds
in the Settings screen. The Sounds screen will open, in
which you can specify what sound file to use for the following functions:
•
Ring tone
•
Reminders
•
New E-mail arrival
•
New text message arrival
•
New voice message arrival
•
New instant message arrival
•
New channel message arrival
•
Alarm clock
•
SIM toolkit messages
•
Exclamation
•
Question
•
Warnings
•
Keypad control
4.
Personalizing
After selecting one of the fields above, you can press the
navigation pad Right or Left to select different sounds. Or,
press the Action button to open the Select an Item screen
to view the entire list of sounds available for that field, and
select from that screen.
You can use the menu in the Sounds screen to Play or
Delete the selected item.
Press the Left Softkey ("Done") to save all changes.
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To use your own sound:
1. Go to where your sound file is stored on your desktop
computer and copy the file. The WAV, MIDI, and WMA
filetypes can be used.
2. In ActiveSync on your desktop computer, click Explore,
go to \Storage\Application Data\Sounds, then paste the
sound file into the Sounds folder.
3. In the Home screen of your Smartphone, select Settings
> Sounds from the Start menu.
4. Select the desired category (such as Ringtone, Reminders,
New E-mail, etc.), specify a sound, then press the Left
Softkey ("Done").
Profiles
Profile settings are used to configure how your Smartphone notifies you of events such as an incoming call, an
approaching appointment, or an arriving message. For example, when you are attending a meeting, you can choose
the Meeting profile, which lowers the ring of your Smartphone
and notifies you of incoming calls via vibration. Each profile
is pre-defined to use either an audible ring notification, or
a vibration notification, with different alarm types, volumes,
etc., as shown on the next page.
On the Start menu, select Settings > Profiles. Select the
desired profile, then press the Left Softkey ("Done").
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You can also select a different profile using the Quick List.
To display the Quick List screen, press the Power button on
your Smartphone and release quickly. Scroll to the desired
profile and then press the Action button to select it.
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The following table lists the profiles that come with your
Smartphone, and their default attibutes.
Profile
Name
Ring
Type
Ring
Volume
Alarm
Type
Alarm
Volume
Notification
Type
Notification
Volume
System
Sound
Volume
Normal
Ring
3
Increasing
3
Play
sound
3
3
Silent
Vibrate
Off
Vibrate
Off
Vibrate
Off
Off
Meeting
Vibrate
1
Play
sound
1
Play
sound
1
Off
Outdoor
Ring
Loud
Increasing
Loud
Play
sound
Loud
Loud
Automatic
(Toggles between the Normal profile and the Meeting profile, based on your
Calendar)
Headset
Ring
3
Increasing
3
Play
sound
3
3
Car
Ring
4
Increasing
4
Play
sound
4
4
Speaker
phone
Ring
Loud
Increasing
Loud
Play
sound
Loud
Loud
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To edit a profile's default attributes, select the desired profile
in the Profiles screen, then select Edit from the menu. If you
later want to restore the settings back to the default attributes,
select Reset to default from the menu.
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Home screen
Home screen settings are used to change the Home screen
layout, the color scheme, the background image, and the
time delay before the Home screen appears when your
Smartphone is idle.
To view or change these settings, open the Start menu, then
select Settings > Home Screen.
Note that the images available for selection in the Background Image field are those currently in the \Storage\My
Documents folder of your Smartphone. (If the image file
you want to use is not there, copy the file to \Storage \My
Documents.)
About
Select Settings > About from the Start menu to open
the About screen, which displays information about your
Smartphone's operating system such as version numbers,
copyright information, total/available storage, and total/
available memory.
Accessibility
Select Settings > Accessibility to view or modify your settings for System Font Size, Multipress Time-out, Confirmation Time-out, and In-call Alert Volume.
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Beam
If you want to receive infrared or Bluetooth beams from other
devices, you must turn on the option to receive incoming
beams.
To receive incoming beams:
1. Select Settings > Beam from the Start menu.
2. Select Receive incoming beams. Your Smartphone will
receive all incoming beams from other devices until you
clear this option.
Bluetooth
Please see the next chapter for usage of this setting.
Certificates
On your Smartphone, you can add and delete public key
certificates. These certificates help establish your identity
when you log on to a secure network, such as a corporate
network. Certificates also help establish the identity of other
computers, such as servers, with which you connect. This
helps prevent unauthorized users from accessing your device and its information.
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You can store two types of certificates on your Smartphone:
personal certificates that establish your identity, and root
certificates that establish the identity of servers with which
you connect. Your Smartphone may include a set of preinstalled certificates.
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Certificates that establish your identity:
Select Settings > Certificates > Personal, then select
View from the menu to view the selected certificate, or
Delete to delete it.
Certificates that identify servers you've connected to:
Select Settings > Certificates > Root, then select View
from the menu to view the selected certificate, or Delete
to delete it.
Data Connections
Please see the next chapter for usage of this setting.
Date and Time
Select Settings > Date and Time to change your local time
zone, the current date and time, set the alarm time, and turn
the alarm feature on or off.
Owner Information
Select Settings > Owner Information from the Start menu
to enter your personal information such as name, phone
number, and E-mail address. This is helpful, for example,
in the event that you lose your Smartphone, so that you can
be contacted if it is found. In the Owner Information screen,
there is also a Notes field in which you can enter any other
miscellaneous information if desired.
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Power Management
Select Settings > Power Management from the Start menu
if you want to check the current battery level. Also in the
Power Management screen, you can adjust various powersaving settings. Backlight time-out, Display time-out, and
Light Sensor enabled or disabled.
The light sensor is located at the bottom of your Smartphone,
under the 0 button on your keypad. (In the first section of
Chapter 1, it is identified as item 11 in the drawing.) Selecting
On in the Light Sensor Enable field will cause a blue “backlight” behind the keypad to activate when ambient luminance
is lower than 20~28 lux, making it easier to see the buttons.
Selecting Off in this field will conserve battery power, but
there will be no keypad light in dark conditions.
NOTE: You can also view the Battery Level in the form of
a percentage, using the File Manager application described
in Chapter 8. (Select System Info from the menu in File
Manager.)
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Regional Settings
In the Regional Settings screen, (Settings > Regional
Settings), you can change the language used by your
phone (U.S. English, Espanol, Francais, or Deutsch). After
changing the language and some of the other settings, you
must power the phone off and back on in order to make the
changes take effect. The following items can be adjusted:
Language, Locale, Short Date style, Long Date style; and the
format of Time, Positive numbers, Negative numbers, Positive currency amounts, and Negative currency amounts.
NOTE: The last two items in Settings are Remove Programs and Security. Remove Programs is explained in
Chapter 9, section 9.1. Security is discussed in Chapter
1, section 1.7.
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Getting Connected
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Connecting to the Internet
Pocket Internet Explorer
Bluetooth
Modem Link
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5.1 Connecting to the Internet
When in the Home screen, select Settings > Data Connections to access the Data Connections screen. The settings
in this screen enable you to set up Dial-up, Virtual Private
Network (VPN), Proxy, and General Packet Radio Service
(GPRS) connections so you can connect to the Internet or
your corporate network.
With a data connection, you can browse the Web, download
E-mail, chat using MSN Messenger, or synchronize wirelessly with the server. Check with your service provider to
see if a data connection has already been set up for you,
and if over-the-air configuration is supported.
Dial-up Connections
You need to set up a dial-up connection to connect directly
to the Internet or to your corporate network.
To create a dial-up connection to the Internet:
1. When in the Home screen, select Settings > Data
Connections.
2. Press the Right Softkey to open the menu in the Data
Connections screen and select Edit Connections.
3. Select Dial-up Connections in the Connections
screen.
4. In the Dial-up Connections screen, select Add from the
menu.
5. In the Add Dial-up screen, enter a name for the
connection in the Description field.
6. In the Connects to field, select The Internet.
7. Enter the appropriate information for the remaining fields,
and press the Done softkey.
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To create a dial-up connection to your corporate network:
1. When in the Home screen, select Settings > Data
Connections.
2. Press the Right Softkey to open the menu in the Data
Connections screen and select Edit Connections.
3. Select Dial-up Connections in the Connections screen.
4. In the Dial-up Connections screen, select Add from the
menu.
5. In the Add Dialup screen, enter a name for the connection
in the Description field.
6. In the Connects to field, select Work.
7. Enter the appropriate information for the remaining fields,
and press the Done softkey.
In the same way as above, you can choose the following in
the Connections screen, then select Add from the menu to
add new connections:
VPN Connections
A VPN connection is used to access your corporate network
using an existing Internet connection.
Proxy Connections
A Proxy connection is used to access the Internet using an
existing connection to your corporate or a WAP network.
If there is GPRS coverage in your area, you can set up a
GPRS connection to access your corporate network or the
Internet, which is faster than a Dial-up connection.
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Options
After selecting Settings > Data Connections, you can
select Options from the menu in the Data Connections
screen to specify number of redial attempts, amount of idle
time to wait before disconnecting, and type of connection
your desktop has.
Adding a URL Exception
Some URLs for Web pages on your company Intranet may
use periods, for example: intranet.companyname.com. To
view these pages in Pocket Internet Explorer, you must
create a URL exception. Otherwise, the pages will not
display.
NOTE: You do not need to create URL exceptions for
Internet URLs.
1. Select Settings > Data Connections from the Start
menu.
2. Select Work URL Exceptions from the menu.
3. Select Add from the menu.
4. In the URL Pattern field, enter the URL. Separate multiple
URLs with a semicolon (;). Then select Done.
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5.2 Pocket Internet Explorer
Using Pocket Internet Explorer (IE), you can browse the World
Wide Web on your Smartphone. Pocket IE supports HTML
(Hypertext Markup Language), cHTML (compact Hypertext
Markup Language), xHTML, WML 2.0, and WAP (Wireless
Application Protocol). It also supports JScript, ActiveX
controls, and CSS (cascading style sheets). The browser
supports images and sounds, but it does not support frames
on a Web page.
Starting Internet Explorer
When in the Home screen, select Internet Explorer from
the Start menu.
The first time you do this, a default list of Favorites should
appear. If you select one and then press the Action button
or the Left Softkey (“Go”), IE will open that web page.
Entering a URL
To go to a WWW site not listed in your Favorites, open the
menu and select Address Bar. In the Address Bar screen,
enter the desired URL, then press the Go softkey.
Viewing a list of recently-visited web pages
In the Address Bar screen, select View History and then
press the Action button or the Go softkey to view a list of
recently-visited Web pages. To go to a Web page listed in
the History screen, select it and then press the Action button
or the Go softkey.
Press the Back button on your Smartphone to return to a
Web page you visited in the same session.
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The Smartphone caches the Web pages that you view and
stores them until the cache is full. It then replaces the oldest
pages with the new pages. If you go back to a page that is
cached on your phone, you see the stored version unless
you refresh the page to see the latest version.
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NOTE: While you are connected to the Internet, you can
change between Pocket Internet Explorer and other programs on your Smartphone by pressing the Home key and
invoking the program you want. This does not close your
Internet connection. Subsequently returning to Internet
Explorer in the same phone session would re-display the
most recently opened Web page. (To terminate the Internet Explorer program, you can use the Task Manager utility
explained in Chapter 9.)
Using the Favorites list
If you see a Web page you want to visit another time, mark
it as a favorite. The next time you want to visit that Web
page, you can select it from your Favorites list.
If you select Add Favorite from the menu when the desired
Web page is open, the name and URL of the current page is
already filled in. You can edit the Name field and/or Address
(URL) field if necessary. If you previously created additional
folders, select a folder in the Folder field. Then select Add
to add it to your Favorites.
By default, only the Favorites folder exists. To create a new
folder in which to place URLs, select Add Folder from the
menu in the Favorites screen.
To edit the Name, Address (URL), or Folder fields of an
existing entry in your favorites, select the desired Favorite in
the list, then select Edit from the menu. To delete a favorite,
select Delete.
Customizing Pocket Internet Explorer
You can customize Web browsing options, change the network to connect to, and make more memory available on your
phone by clearing stored cookies and Web pages.
Select Options from the menu, then select either General,
Connections, or Memory.
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5.3 Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology. Devices with Bluetooth capabilities can exchange
information over a distance of about 30 feet (10 meters)
without requiring a physical connection.
Unlike infrared beaming, you don't need to line up the devices to beam information with Bluetooth. The devices only
need to be within a range of about 10 meters. You can even
beam information to a device in a different room, as long as
it's within range.
The software included with your Smartphone allows you to
use Bluetooth to beam information such as files, contact
cards, appointments, and tasks to other Bluetooth-enabled
devices.
Bluetooth modes
Select Settings > Bluetooth > Bluetooth. Then select On,
Off, or Discoverable. The behavior of each of these modes
is summarized below.
On — The Bluetooth radio is turned on and you can use
Bluetooth features.
Off — The Bluetooth radio is turned off. You might want to
turn the radio off at times to conserve battery power, or in
situations where radio use is prohibited, like on airplanes
and in hospitals. Bluetooth is also turned off when you turn
Flight Mode on.
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By default the Bluetooth radio is turned off. If you turn it on,
and then turn off your Smartphone, the Bluetooth radio also
turns off. When you turn on your phone again, the Bluetooth
radio turns on automatically.
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Discoverable — The Bluetooth radio is turned on, and any
other Bluetooth devices within range (about 10 meters) can
detect your device and attempt to beam information to it,
establish a bond, or use a Bluetooth service. In this mode,
other devices can detect your device, whether or not a bond
has been created. However, in order to receive a beam from
another device, you must accept it on your device.
If you no longer want your device to be discoverable, select
Off to turn off the radio; or On to leave the radio on but not
allow detection by other devices.
Bonds
A bond is a relationship that you create between your
Smartphone and another Bluetooth device in order to exchange information more securely. Creating a bond involves
entering the same personal identification number (PIN) on
the two devices you want to bond. Once a bond is created,
the devices recognize the bond and are able to exchange
information without your entering a PIN again.
To create a bond:
1. Make sure that the two devices are within 10 meters of
each other and that Bluetooth is in discoverable mode on
both devices.
2. When in the Home screen, select Settings > Bluetooth
> Bluetooth from the Start menu.
3. Select Devices from the menu, and then New. Your device
searches for other Bluetooth devices and displays them
in the list.
4. Select the device you want, then select Add.
5. In PIN, enter a PIN of between 1 and 16 characters, and
select Done.
6. Enter the same PIN on the other device.
7. If desired, enter the name of the other device in Name,
and select Done.
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To accept a bond:
1. Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and in Discoverable
mode.
2. When prompted to bond with the other device, select
Yes.
3. In PIN, enter a PIN of between 1 and 16 characters, and
select Done. You must enter the same PIN that was
entered on the device requesting the bond.
4. Optionally, you can enter the name of the device requesting
the bond in the Name field.
5. Select Done. The bond is now created. You can now
exchange information with the other device.
To delete a bond:
1. Select Settings > Bluetooth > Bluetooth from the Start
menu.
2. Select Devices from the menu.
3. Select the bond you want to delete, then select Delete
from the menu.
NOTE: Select Settings > Bluetooth > BT Setting to enter a
name for your device; to enable/disable Beam Authentication
requirements; or perform ActiveSync setup (bond with other
Bluetooth device which supports serial port or ActiveSync
profile as your ActiveSync partner).
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Chapter 6
Messaging Features
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
Setting Up Accounts
Managing Accounts
Creating Messages
Receiving E-mail and SMS
Messages
Viewing Message Folders
Managing Messaging
Instant Messaging
MMS Messaging
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6.1 Setting Up Accounts
Your Smartphone is equipped with powerful messaging
features such as the ability to send and receive E-mail,
Short Message Service (SMS), and Multimedia Messaging
(MMS). It also allows you to view and manage your message folders, customize message notifications and use MSN
Messenger to communicate with others. Please note that
not all E-mail services allow users to set up POP3 on mobile devices. Consult your network administrator or service
provider for more information on toll and service charges or
other related information. This section describes the steps
required for setting up your Smartphone to send and receive
E-mail messages.
Configuring E-mail accounts
You can send E-mail messages by synchronizing or by connecting directly to an E-mail server through your Internet
service provider or a corporate network.
To set up an E-mail account:
1. When in the Home screen, select Start > Messaging.
2. Select Outlook E-mail > Menu > Options.
3. Select Account Setup > Menu > New.
4. Enter your display name for this E-mail account, and your
E-mail address, and select Next.
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5. In E-mail address, enter the address for this account.
Leave the Automatic setup box checked to obtain E-mail
setting from the Internet. Your Smartphone will make an
Internet connection and attempt to determine the server
settings for E-mail.
6. In User name, enter your user name. This is usually the
first part of your E-mail address, which appears before the
"at" sign (@).
7. In Password, enter your password.
8. In Domain, enter the domain name, if required.
9. To save your password, so that you do not need to enter it
each time you connect to your E-mail server, select Save
password > Next.
NOTE: If you save your password and then lose your phone,
your E-mail could be accessed by someone else.
10.In Server type, scroll to select the type of E-mail server
that hosts your mailbox (IMAP4 or POP3) and select Next.
In Account name, enter a name for this account. You
must use a different name for each account that you set
up.
11. In Network, scroll to the type of network that your E-mail
server runs on and select Next.
12.Enter information about your E-mail servers and select
Next. If you are not sure what to enter, ask your network
administrator.
13.Select message download options and select Next.
14.Select a connection option, then select Next > Finish.
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NOTE: Before configuring E-mail on your Smartphone, you
must have an Internet and E-mail account. You will also
need to configure your Smartphone's data connection, as
described in Chapter 5.
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6.2 Managing Accounts
Use and manage up to eight messaging accounts with your
Smartphone.
Viewing the list of accounts
In the Home screen select Start > Messaging. The list of
accounts that display the number of unread messages in the
Inbox of each account is shown in parentheses.
Moving between accounts
If you have an account open, you can quickly switch to
another account by scrolling right or left, or selecting Menu
> Switch Accounts.
Changing E-mail account options
In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging and then
select an account. Select Menu > Options and then select
the type of option to change. Select Done to confirm.
Deleting an account
In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging, and then select an account. Select Menu >Options > Account Setup.
Scroll to an account and then select Menu > Delete.
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You can start creating a new E-mail, text message (SMS),
or media message (MMS) from Messaging. You can also
create a new E-mail or text message from Contacts. Only
numbers input are allowed for SMS and MMS messages,
and E-mail addresses for E-mail messages.
To create a message in messaging:
1. In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging.
2. Highlight and select an account, and select New.
3. In To, enter recipient E-mail address, SMS number. Insert
a semicolon (;) between multiple addresses or numbers.
4. In Cc, enter the E-mail addresses of persons to receive a
copy. This field does not appear for SMS messages.
5. In Subj, enter a subject. This field does not appear for
SMS messages.
• To save time you can insert predefined text into
messages. In Subj, select Menu > Insert Text for
E-mail and text messages; scroll to the text and select
Insert.
• You can also insert a voice recording into a message.
Select Menu > Insert Recording, and you will be
prompted to start recording.
• At anytime, you can request a delivery receipt by
selecting Menu > Message Options, and then check
on the "Request message delivery notification" box.
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To create a message from a contact card:
1. In the Home screen, select Start > Contacts.
2. Select the contact, select the E-mail address or text
message number to use.
3. Select the account to use; in Subj, enter a subject. This
field does not appear for text messages.
4. Enter a message. Select Send. E-mail messages are
stored in Outbox and sent to recipients the next time you
synchronize or connect your E-mail server and receive
mail. Text messages are sent immediately.
You can send and receive SMS messages up to 160 characters in size. If a SMS message is longer, it is automatically sent in chunks as several small SMS messages, and
is then unified as one SMS message after all of the small
SMS messages have been received.
To cancel a message, select Menu > Cancel Compose.
Saving a draft of a message
You can save a draft of a message that you are composing
to finish and send later. On the Home screen, select Start
> Messaging. Choose an account and select New. Enter
information in the message. Select Menu > Postpone Message. A draft of the message is stored in the Drafts folder
of the account.
Reopening and sending a message draft
In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Select an
account and select Menu > Folders. Select Drafts and then
scroll to the draft message to open.
Edit the message and select Send. E-mail messages are
stored in Outbox and sent to recipients the next time you
synchronize or connect to your E-mail server and send and
receive mail. Text messages are sent immediately. For
information about how to send media messages, go to section 6.8 of this chapter.
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For each messaging account, you can specify a signature to
be automatically inserted into messages that you send.
To specify a signature to insert:
1. In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging.
2. Choose the account, select Menu > Option >
Signatures.
3. Scroll right to switch to the account for which to specify a
signature.
4. Select Use signature with this account.
5. To insert a signature in every message you send, select
Include when replying and forwarding. Otherwise, a
signature is inserted only in new messages.
6. Replace the text within the Signature box with a signature
to insert, and select Done. The signature is inserted into
messages that you send from this account.
To stop inserting a signature:
1. In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging.
2. Select the appropriate item (Media Messages, Outlook
E-Mail, etc.).
3. Select Options from the menu, then select Signatures
from the list.
4. In the Signatures screen, select the account for which you
want to stop inserting a signature into messages.
5. Clear the Use signature with this account checkbox,
then select Done. A signature will no longer be inserted
into messages that you send from this account.
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6.4 Receiving E-mail and SMS
Messages
You can receive E-mail and SMS messages through Inbox
synchronization or by connecting to your E-mail server. You
can then view all of the messages in your Inbox.
Icon indicates new
message
Select to go to
Messaging
When you connect to the E-mail server or synchronize your
Inbox with your PC, only the first 0.5 KB of each new message are downloaded to Inbox on your phone by default.
Only small attachments are downloaded and the original
messages remain on the E-mail server or your computer.
When you receive an E-mail message, your Smartphone
plays a sound and displays an envelope icon at the top of
the screen. By default, the Home screen also displays the
number of unopened E-mail and SMS messages. To quickly
view new messages, scroll down and select the message
notification area on the Home screen, or select the Message soft key.
Working with the message list
Received messages are displayed and stored in the Inbox
folder of the appropriate account. By default, messages are
displayed in the order received, allowing you to change the
display order and date of sent messages.
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Changing message list display options
In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Highlight the
account, then select Menu > Options > Display. Change
the display options and select Done.
Marking a message as Read or Unread
In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Highlight
the account and scroll to the message to mark, then select
Menu > Mark as Read/Unread > Send.
The message is stored in Outbox and sent to recipients the
next time you synchronize or connect to your E-mail server.
SMS messages are sent immediately.
To forward a message:
1. From an open message, select Menu > Forward.
2. In To, enter recipient E-mail addresses or SMS numbers.
Insert a semicolon (;) between multiple addresses or SMS
numbers.
3. Optionally, you can enter an introductory message by
scrolling to the message area, pressing the Action key
to insert a blank line, and entering your text.
4. Select Send. SMS messages are sent immediately. Email messages are stored in Outbox and sent to recipients
the next time you synchronize or connect to your E-mail
server.
Deleting a message:
In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Go to the account
in which to delete a message. Scroll to the message to delete.
Select Menu > Delete.
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Viewing the Inbox message list
In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Scroll right
or left, or press Menu then select the appropriate account.
The Inbox message list displays your received messages.
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Working with large messages and
attachments
When you receive large E-mail messages and attachments,
your Smartphone downloads only a portion of them. You
can view the partial message or attachment and decide if
you want to download the rest of it.
When you synchronize, your Smartphone downloads the
first 0.5 KB of each new E-mail message by default. When
you connect to an Internet E-mail server, it downloads the
amount (in KB) of each new message that you specified
when you set up the account. The message size includes
its attachments. The original messages and attachments
remain on the server or your PC.
The attachment size is omitted from messages received
from a POP3 E-mail server.
In the message list, messages with an attachment display an
envelope icon with a paper clip, which looks like this:
Within a message, attachments are displayed as a list of
hyperlinks at the bottom of the message, and are preceded
by an attachment icon. The hyperlink includes the file name
and size of the attachment.
The following icons indicate the state of each attachment
status:
Not downloaded.
Marked for download.
Downloaded.
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Downloading an attachment
In an open message with an attachment to download, select
the attachment. The attachment is downloaded the next time
you synchronize or connect to your E-mail server and send
and receive E-mail. If there are multiple attachments in the
message, all attachments are downloaded.
View an attachment
In an open message containing a downloaded attachment,
select the attachment. Note that you can open attachments
only for files that are supported by the phone’s installed
applications.
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Downloading a complete E-mail message
In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Select the
account and scroll to the message to download. Select
Menu > Mark for Download. The complete message is
retrieved the next time you synchronize or connect to your
E-mail server and send and receive E-mail.
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6.5 Viewing Message Folders
Each messaging account has a set of folders in which your
Smartphone stores messages for that account.
• Deleted Items: contains messages that you have marked
for deletion.
• Drafts: contains messages that you have saved before
sending.
• Inbox: contains received messages.
• Outbox: contains sent E-mail messages awaiting synchronization, or messages that will be sent upon the next
E-mail server connection. SMS messages are sent immediately over the network and appear in your SMS Outbox
folder only for a few seconds.
• Sent Items: contains copies of sent messages.
You can move a message to a different folder within the
same account.
When you synchronize or send and receive E-mail, your
Smartphone synchronizes any additional E-mail folders that
you have created in Outlook on your desktop computer or
on your E-mail server. It also synchronizes the messages
contained in those folders, if the folders are marked for
synchronization.
To view message folder contents:
1. From the Home screen, select Start > Messaging.
2. In the Messaging screen, choose the account.
3. Select Folders from the menu.
4. From the list of folders, select the folder you want to view,
then press the Left Softkey.
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From the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Choose
the account and scroll to the message to move. Select
Menu > Move. Select the folder into which to move the
message.
To empty the deleted items folder:
1. From the Home screen, select Start > Messaging.
2. Select Menu > Folders.
3. If necessary, scroll right or left to switch to the account for
which to empty the Deleted Items folder.
4. Select Folders > Deleted Items.
5. Select Menu > Empty Folder.
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Moving a message to a different folder:
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6.6 Managing Messaging
All E-mail and SMS messages are stored in the respective
Inbox of each account in Messaging. By default, the most
recently received messages are displayed at the top of the
Inbox list. Using the menu options, you can customize your
Inbox settings to control the way you send, receive, and
view messages.
Using Messaging menu options
It is easy to accomplish common messaging tasks from your
Inbox. Press the New softkey to compose a new message,
or press the Menu softkey to forward, delete, and reply to
messages. Inbox options allow you to customize and manage your messages.
To view messaging menu options:
In the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Choose the
account and then press the Menu softkey.
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Messaging Option
Function
Delete
Delete the selected message.
Reply
Reply to an open or selected message.
Reply All
Reply to the sender and all other
people who received a copy of the
open or selected message.
Forward
Forward the selected message to
another E-mail address.
Folders
View the folders in this account.
Switch
Accounts
Switch between this account and
another.
Move
Move the open or selected message
to another folder.
Mark as Read
Display the header text of a message
in your Inbox in light type, indicating
that the message has been read.
Mark for Download
Retrieve the entire E-mail message from
the E-mail server the next time you connect.
Options
Display a list of Inbox options that you
can customize.
Send/Receive
Connect to your E-mail server to send
and receive messages.
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The following table lists the Messaging functions found under
Menu:
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Customizing messaging options
You can optimize Messaging according to your work environment. For example, you can change the way your messages
are displayed, specify how you want your messages to be
sorted, specify the volume and limit the size of messages
you want to automatically download, and change your synchronization schedule.
Accessing Options menu
From the Home screen, select Start > Messaging. Choose
the account, press the Menu > Options. Select the option
to customize. Modify the settings to change, and press
Done.
The following table lists the Options found under Menu Messaging functions:
Options Menu
Function
Display
Change the message information
displayed in your inbox.
Sending
Specify whether you want to include
an original copy of the message in
your reply, save a copy of your sent
message, or use Unicode for SMS
messages.
Edit My Text
Edit the predefined text so that you
can insert in messages.
Signatures
Add a signature in messages.
Account Setup
Set up your accounts.
Import SIM
Messages
Import SMS messages from a SIM
card to your inbox. The messages
are not removed from the SIM card
after they are imported.
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You can use MSN Messenger on your Smartphone to
send and receive instant messages. MSN Messenger on
your phone provides the same chat environment as MSN
Messenger on your desktop computer. Features of this
environment include:
• Sending and receiving instant messages.
• Seeing the status of others in your Messenger contacts
list, or changing your own status (e.g., available, busy, out
to lunch).
• Inviting other people to a chat.
• Blocking contacts from seeing your status or sending you
messages.
Setting up MSN Messenger
You need either a .NET Passport account or a Hotmail account to set up MSN Messenger. To set up a .NET Passport
account, go to: http://www.passport.com. Once you have an
account, you need to create a connection on your phone that
allows you to connect to the Internet. For more information
about creating connections, see Chapter 5.
Using MSN Messenger
You can sign in to MSN Messenger using your Hotmail
credentials or your .NET Passport.
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To sign in and out of MSN Messenger:
1. From the Home screen, select Start > Messaging > MSN
Messenger > Sign In.
2. In Sign-in Name, enter the sign-in name that you use
for Hotmail or your .NET Passport (Example: name_
123@hotmail.com).
3. In Password, enter your Hotmail or .NET Passport
password.
4. Select Remember my password if you don't want to enter
your password again in the future.
5. Select Sign In.
6. To sign out, select Menu > Sign out.
NOTE: If you do not sign out of MSN Messenger, you will
remain on a data connection. This may result in additional
charges from your service provider.
Adding an MSN Messenger contact:
In the MSN Messenger contacts list, select Menu > Add
Contact. Add the Hotmail or .NET Passport sign-in name
of a person with whom you want to chat. Their sign-in name
is added to the contacts list.
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Deleting an MSN Messenger contact:
In the MSN Messenger contacts list, select the contact.
Select Menu > Delete Contact.
Sending an instant message:
Sign in to MSN Messenger. Scroll to the contact with whom
you want to chat. Select Menu > Send Message. Enter
your message and select Send. This starts a chat with the
contact.
To reply to an instant message:
1. Select Menu > Chats.
2. Select the name of the person sending the instant
message. The message displays, along with a box for
your reply.
3. Enter your reply and select Send. If you want to be able
to receive instant messages at any time your phone
is connected to a network, select Menu > Options >
Passport Account > Run this program when connection
is available > Done.
Inviting a contact to an ongoing chat:
From a chat, select Menu > Invite and then choose a
contact. The contact receives an instant message and can
join the chat.
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Changing between chats:
Select Menu > Chats. In the list of ongoing chats, select
the name of a contact with whom to chat.
Return to the contacts list:
From a chat, select Menu > My Contacts.
Ending a chat:
Select Menu > End Chat.
Seeing who is already chatting:
Select Menu > Chats.
Blocking or unblocking an MSN Messenger contact:
In the MSN Messenger contacts list, select the contact's
name. Select Menu > Block. The contact will no longer be
able to see your status or send you messages. To unblock
the contact, select Menu > Unblock.
Changing your status:
In the MSN Messenger contacts list, select your name.
Select a status description, such as Away. This status
is displayed next to your name in the contact lists of your
contacts.
Change your display name:
In the MSN Messenger contacts list, select Menu. Select
Options > Passport Account. In My display name, enter
your name as you want it to display in the contacts lists of
your contacts.
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You can use MMS to create, view, store, send, or receive
multimedia messages that include text, photos, videos, or
audio files.
Editing MMS Settings
1. Select Configurations from the Start menu.
2. Select MMS Settings. The Preferences screen will open.
The fields in this screen are explained below.
Retrieve Immediately — Choose whether or not to download
messages as soon as they are available on the server.
No. of Attempts — Specify the number of times your messages will attempt to be sent before stopping.
Connect Via — Select your type of Internet/Network connection (Work, WAP Network, etc.).
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Photo Resolution — Choose from a variety of resolutions
(160 x 120, 320 x 240, 640 x 480, etc.). Note that lower
resolutions will normally lessen the time needed to send/
receive a message.
MMSC Settings
The MMSC (“Multimedia Messaging Service Center”) settings are normally pre-set to the appropriate values, and in
most cases you will not need to change them.
However, if you want to view or edit them, select MMSC Settings from the menu in the Preferences screen. The MMSC
Settings screen will open. It contains the Name, MMSC URL,
WAP Gateway, and Max. Sending Size fields.
To view or edit the settings for an existing item, select the
desired item listed in the MMSC Settings screen, then press
the Left Softkey (“Edit”), or select Edit from the menu.
To create a new item, press the Right Softkey to open the
menu in the MMSC Settings screen, then select New from
the menu and fill in the Name, MMSC URL, WAP Gateway,
Port, and Max. Sending Size fields.
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MMS Composer lets you create messages consisting of
multiple slides. Each slide can contain a photo or video,
audio (with photos only), and text. Messages will display
similar to a slide show. You can then send your messages
to other mobile devices or E-mail accounts.
MMS Composer is structured like most typical mail programs. It consists of the Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items, Drafts,
and Deleted Items folders. To change folders, ensure that
you are in the proper MMS account, then select Folders
from the menu. The steps below assume you are in the
Inbox, Outbox, or Sent Items folder.
1. Select Messaging from the Start menu. In the
Messaging screen, select Media Messages.
2. Press the Left Softkey (“New”).
3. An empty message screen will appear. In the To field,
enter the recipient’s phone number or E-mail address.
You can enter it manually, or press the Action button or
select Insert Contact from the menu, to choose a person
from your Contacts. In the Subj field, enter a subject.
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Creating and sending an MMS message
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•
To insert a Photo or Video file:
a. In the screen shown on the previous page, select the
Insert Picture/Video... box. (If necessary, press the
Up or Down button on the navigation pad to select.)
b. Press the Action button. All of your available photo and
video files will be displayed in a Thumbnail view.
c. Highlight the photo or video you want to attach, and
press Select.
In addition, the menu (Right Softkey) accessed
from the Select Media screen contains the following
commands:
Select — Inserts the currently highlighted photo/video
into your message.
Play/Open — Plays the highlighted video or opens
the highlighted photo.
Information — Displays various data about the
selected file.
Delete — Removes the selected file.
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Capture Video — Lets you capture a new video clip
using your Smartphone’s built-in camera, and attach
it to the MMS slide.
List View/Thumbnail View — Toggles the display
between List View (basic file list) and Thumbnail View
(thumbnails of the files).
Change Folder — Lets you choose a different folder
from which you can select a photo or video to add to
your message.
• To insert text:
Select the Insert Text... portion of the screen and manually
enter the desired text. If you want to save text you have
entered (for re-use in a later message), you can press
the Right Softkey to open the menu, then select Save to
Canned Text.
Or, if you want to insert previously-saved text, select Insert
Canned Text from the menu. The Canned Text screen
will open. Choose the text you want, then press the Left
Softkey (“Select”) to insert it.
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Capture Picture — Lets you take a new picture using
your Smartphone’s built-in camera, and attach it to the
MMS slide.
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In addition, the menu (Right Softkey) accessed
from the Canned Text screen contains the following
commands:
Select — Inserts the currently highlighted canned text
into your message.
New — Lets you create a new “canned text” word or
phrase. Type in the text, and then press Save.
Edit — Allows you to modify the currently selected
canned text.
Delete — Removes the currently selected canned
text from the choices available in the Canned Text
screen.
• To attach an audio file:
NOTE: An audio file cannot be inserted into a slide that
already contains a video file.
a. Select the Insert Audio... portion of the screen.
b. Press the Action button. All of your available audio files
will be displayed.
c. Highlight the audio file you want to attach, then press
Select.
In addition, the menu accessed from this screen
contains the following commands:
Select — Inserts the currently highlighted audio file
into your message.
Play — Plays the currently selected file.
Information — Displays various data about the
selected file.
Delete — Removes the currently selected file from
your device.
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Change Folder — Lets you choose a different folder
from which you can select an audio file to add to your
message.
4. Add more slides if desired:
All of the content you insert is included onto a single slide.
The recipient will see the photo or video along with any
text. Attached audio will play as well. However, you aren’t
limited to having only one slide. Press the Right side of
the navigation pad to create a new slide (you can also
select Slides > Add from the menu). You can proceed to
add additional photos/videos/audio and text on new slides.
Press the navigation pad Left/Right to toggle between the
different slides you’ve created. You can also navigate
using Slides > Next and Slides > Previous on the
menu.
5. Press Send to transmit the MMS message, or select Send
Message from the menu.
If your account is set up to receive/send messages
"manually," your message will be routed to the Outbox
for sending. To send the message, go to the Outbox of
the MMS account, and select Send/Receive from the
menu.
You will automatically get an administrator message in
your MMS Inbox prompting you to send the message
if your account is set up to receive/send messages
"automatically." To send the message immediately,
scroll to the System Administrator message, then select
Send/Receive from the menu.
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Capture Audio — Lets you record a new audio track.
A Record screen will open. Press Record to start
recording, and Stop to stop recording. You can then
preview the new recording by pressing Play. Press
Done to add it to your message.
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To access these additional options, press the Right Softkey
to open the menu:
Insert Object — Insert a picture/video, audio track, or text
into the current slide. This works the same as doing it on
the slide directly.
Capture — Take a picture, or record video or audio, and
attach the newly-captured file to your MMS message.
Clear Picture/Video/Text/Audio — Removes the selected
photo/video/text/audio file from the message.
Slides — Add, remove, or jump to the next/previous slide.
You can also adjust the duration of the current slide.
Template — Choose New From Template to create a
message with preset content. Choose Save As Template
to save your current message as a new template.
Send Options — Set the expiration, delivery time, and/or
priority of your message. You can also choose to send
the message anonymously and enter recipients to send
copies to.
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Send Message — Sends the message.
Cancel — Cancels the creation of the message.
This command only appears on the menu when you are
in the To field:
Recipients — Choose Add to add recipients from your
address book, or Clear All to remove any recipients you
may have already added.
This command only appears on the menu when you are in
the Subject field:
Edit Subject — Choose Canned Text to add a previously
saved text string to your subject, or Clear to erase the current Subject text.
Viewing MMS messages
When previewing a message you are creating, or when
viewing a message in one of your folders, you can press the
Left Softkey to Pause the message. Press the Left Softkey
again to Play. Or, you can press the Right Softkey to open
the menu, which contains:
Stop/Play — Stops or resumes message playback.
Object View — Displays a list view of the various message
components. Highlight a component and press Open to
view it. The menu accessed from the Object View screen
lets you open, save, or view info about that component.
Next — Jumps to the next slide, if any.
Previous — Jumps to the previous slide.
When the message has completed playback, you will see a
list of various message info. Press Done to exit.
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Preview Message — “Plays” your message so you can see
what the recipient will see.
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Chapter 7
Synchronizing
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Using ActiveSync
Installing ActiveSync
Server ActiveSync
Other Information
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7.1 Using ActiveSync
Maintaining a steady connection between your Smartphone
and your desktop or notebook PC is essential. This process
of sharing information is called "synchronization." ActiveSync synchronizes information stored on your Smartphone
from your PC or Microsoft Exchange Server.* It also allows
you to share files between your Smartphone and your PC.
When you synchronize, ActiveSync compares the information on your Smartphone with the information on your PC
and/or Exchange Server and updates all locations with the
most recent information.
With ActiveSync, you can:
• Keep your Outlook information up-to-date by synchronizing your Smartphone with your PC.
• Maintain connection with your Inbox, Calendar, and Contacts with a server* so that you have the latest information,
even when your computer is turned off.
• Copy (rather than synchronize) files between your Smartphone and your PC. Installation of new Smartphone software
applications/utilities are done through ActiveSync.
• Have control over when synchronization occurs by selecting a synchronization schedule.*
• Select which types of information are synchronized, and
specify how much information is synchronized. For example,
you can choose how many weeks of past appointments to
synchronize.
• Using Server ActiveSync, you can synchronize information directly with Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.*
* Wireless access to Outlook or Microsoft Exchange requires IT
configuration. Additional software and hardware may be required.
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7.2 Installing ActiveSync
Before synchronization can begin, you must install ActiveSync 3.7 or above on your desktop or notebook PC. Use
the Companion CD that came with your device, or install
ActiveSync for free by downloading the software from Microsoft's web site at http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile.
ActiveSync is already installed on your phone.
Creating a partnership
7.
Synchronizing
After the ActiveSync installation is completed, the New Partnership wizard will help you set up a partnership between
your Smartphone and your desktop or notebook PC. Your
first synchronization process will automatically begin when
you finish using the wizard. After the first synchronization,
you will notice that the information from your PC that you
selected now appears on your Smartphone. Before setting
up ActiveSync, connect the device to your computer using
a USB port, or via infrared connection.
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Selective synchronization
The first synchronization begins automatically after you finish
using the New Partnership wizard.
By default, ActiveSync does not automatically synchronize
all Outlook information. You can use ActiveSync options
to turn synchronization for specific information types on
and off:
1. On your PC, open the Microsoft ActiveSync program.
Click on Options.
2. By default, Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Inbox will
be synchronized. De-select the check box for the item (s)
you do not want to synchronize.
3. To adjust the settings for a particular type of information,
click on the type and then select Settings. For example,
you may select which folders in Inbox to synchronize.
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7.3 ActiveSync Server
Before synchronizing information with a server, make sure
all the requested server authentication information such as
username, password, and the name of the Microsoft Mobile
Information Server are correct. In the New Partnership
wizard, select Synchronize with Microsoft Mobile Information Server and/or this PC, instead of Synchronize
with this PC.
To set up ActiveSync Server:
2. Select Menu, then Options.
3. Select Server Settings, and then Connection.
4. In User name, enter your Microsoft Exchange user
name.
5. In Password, enter your Microsoft Exchange password.
6. In Domain, enter the name of the domain of your
Exchange server (if required).
7. If you want the device to save your password so that
you need not enter it when connecting, select Save
password.
8. If configuring a Server Name, enter the name of your
Exchange server.
9. Select Done. To begin synchronizing with the server,
press the Sync softkey.
To change server synchronization settings:
First, disconnect your phone from the PC. From your
Smartphone's Home screen, select Start > ActiveSync. In
the ActiveSync screen, open the menu and select Options
> Server Settings. Select synchronization settings to edit
Calendar, Contacts, or Inbox; change the amount of information to be synchronized. To synchronize the information,
select the Sync [Information Type] with a server checkbox
on the appropriate synchronization settings page.
7.
Synchronizing
1. From the Home screen, press the Start softkey, then select
ActiveSync from the list of programs.
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Scheduling server synchronization
You can create a schedule for automatically synchronizing
information on your phone with your PC or with a Microsoft
Exchange Server. To set up a synchronization schedule
with your PC, you must use ActiveSync on the PC. For
instructions, see Change desktop synchronization schedule
in ActiveSync Help on the PC.
To set up a synchronization schedule with an Exchange
server, you must use ActiveSync on your Smartphone.
You can schedule synchronization of your device on two
separate schedules:
Peak times schedule: To synchronize during working hours
or other times you experience higher mail volumes.
Off-peak schedule: To synchronize during times when you
experience lower mail volumes. When you are roaming, you
can synchronize manually to reduce roaming charges, or you
can synchronize using the mobile schedules.
1. To edit schedule settings, your Smartphone must be
disconnected from your PC. From your Smartphone's
Home screen, select Start.
2. Select ActiveSync.
3. Select Menu, then Options.
4. Select Mobile Schedule.
a. Select how often to synchronize in the Peak time sync
list.
b. Select how often to synchronize in the Off-peak time
sync list.
c. Select whether or not to synchronize on a schedule in
the Roaming sync list.
d. Select Sync outgoing items as they are sent to
synchronize every time you send E-mail.
5. Select Done.
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If you create a schedule for synchronizing while connected
to a PC as well as a schedule for synchronizing remotely
(wirelessly), the phone synchronizes according to both
schedules.
Synchronizing Automatically
NOTE: You can synchronize as items arrive, only if your
company or service provider is running Microsoft Exchange
Server with Exchange ActiveSync.
Scheduling synchronization
1. From your Smartphone's Home screen, select Start.
2. Select ActiveSync.
3. Select Menu, then Options.
4. Select Mobile Schedule.
5. Set Peak time sync and/or Off-peak time sync to As
items arrive.
6. Select Done.
7.
Synchronizing
With ActiveSync, you can schedule automatic synchronization between your device and a server every time an
item arrives or is changed at the server. Your device is
informed of that event and synchronizes automatically to
retrieve those items, always keeping your phone up-to-date.
You must synchronize your device at least once (such as after
creating a partnership) before you can see and change the
settings for synchronization as items arrive.
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7.4 Other Information
Remote synchronization
Remote synchronization is when your device is synchronizing
over a wireless connection instead of using a direct local connection to a desktop computer. Synchronizing remotely with
your desktop computer may depend on your network configuration. For example, you may need to set up a virtual private
network (VPN) connection to your network.
To synchronize remotely, you need to set up a connection
first. Then configure your Smartphone. In the ActiveSync
window, select Options > PC Settings from the menu: In
Use, select the computer name. Then select or clear Use
mobile schedule to sync with this PC, and Sync with this
PC during manual sync.
Synchronizing Inbox
When you select Inbox for synchronization in ActiveSync,
E-mail messages are synchronized as part of the general
synchronization process. During synchronization, the following events occur:
•
Messages are copied from the Outlook Inbox folder on
your PC, or from Microsoft Exchange Server, to the Inbox
folder on your phone.
•
By default, when synchronizing Inbox information with
your PC or Microsoft Exchange Server, you receive only
messages from the last 3 days and the first 500 bytes of
each new message.
•
The messages on your Smartphone and on your PC are
linked. When you delete a message on your phone, it is
deleted from your PC the next time you synchronize, and
vice versa.
•
Messages in subfolders of other Outlook E-mail folders
are synchronized only if the folders have been selected
for synchronization in Inbox on your Smartphone.
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NOTE: SMS and MMS messages are not received in Messaging through synchronization. Instead, they are sent to
your Smartphone by way of your cellular service provider.
Synchronizing Calendar
When you select Calendar for synchronization in ActiveSync, by default Calendar items from the last two weeks are
synchronized. Calendar items created on your Smartphone
are copied to your desktop computer and/or server during synchronization, and vice versa. Similarly, Calendar items that
are deleted from your Smartphone are deleted from your PC
and/or server during synchronization, and vice versa.
Synchronizing Tasks
Task synchronization is automatically selected in ActiveSync.
By default, all of your incomplete tasks are synchronized.
Tasks created on your phone are copied to your desktop
computer during synchronization, and vice versa. Similarly,
tasks that are deleted from your phone are deleted from your
desktop computer during synchronization, and vice versa.
NOTE: Tasks can be synchronized only with your desktop
computer; they cannot be synchronized with a server.
7.
Synchronizing
Synchronizing Contacts
When you select Contacts for synchronization in ActiveSync,
by default all of your contacts are synchronized. Contacts
created on your Smartphone are copied to your PC and/or
server during synchronization, and vice versa. Similarly,
contacts that are deleted from your Smartphone are deleted
from your desktop computer and/or server during synchronization, and vice versa.
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ActiveSync error messages
If your information cannot be successfully synchronized, you
will see an error message on your Smartphone. To view
more information about the error, scroll to it and press the
Action key. You might also want to consult "Synchronizing Information" in ActiveSync Help on your desktop computer.
Chapter 8
Applications
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
Using Contacts and Beaming
Using Calendar
Using Tasks
Using Voice Notes
Using Windows Media Player
Using Calculator
Using JAVA MIDlet Manager
Games
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Pocket Outlook includes Contacts, Calendar, Tasks,
Inbox/Messaging, and Voice Notes. You can use these
programs individually or together. For example, E-mail addresses stored in Contacts can be used to address E-mail
messages in Inbox.
For information about Inbox and messaging, see Chapter
6, Messaging Features. The other applications in Pocket
Outlook mentioned above are explained on the next several
pages.
Using ActiveSync, you can synchronize information in Outlook or Exchange on your PC with your Smartphone. You can
also synchronize this information directly with an Exchange
server. Each time you synchronize, ActiveSync compares
the changes you made on your Smartphone, and PC or
server, and updates both with the latest information.
For information about using ActiveSync, see Chapter 7 or
your Quick Start Guide.
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8.1 Using Contacts and Beaming
Contacts is like an online address book where you can store
information about people and businesses you communicate
with regularly. For example, you can store multiple phone
numbers, E-mail and street addresses, Web pages, birthday,
anniversary date, etc. You can use Contacts to dial phone
numbers and compose E-mail and SMS messages directly
from the “contact card.”
The Contacts list
The Contacts list displays the names of your contacts alphabetically, along with an abbreviation for the default communication method, such as the person's work phone number (w)
or home phone number (h). This makes it easy to reach the
contact using the method you prefer. Note that if the contact
entry includes a work phone number, your Smartphone will
automatically set it as the default number.
Select Contacts from the Start menu, or press the Right
Softkey (“Contacts”) from the Home screen. The list of
Contacts will appear, as shown in the example below.
8.
Applications
To access Contacts:
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The following table shows some of the abbreviations that might be
displayed in the Contacts list and their meanings.
Abbreviation
Meaning
w
Work phone
w2
Second work phone
wfx
Work facsimile
h
Home phone
h2
Second home phone
m
Mobile phone
pgr
Pager
car
Car phone
txt
Text message number
e
E-mail address
e2
Second E-mail address
e3
Third E-mail address
web
Web page
To call a contact using the default number:
1. Select Contacts from the Start menu, or press the Right
Softkey (“Contacts”) from the Home screen. The list of
Contacts will appear.
2. Select the contact you want to call.
3. Press the Talk button. Your Smartphone will dial the
contact's default phone number. The abbreviation for
this number appears to the right of the contact name.
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NOTE: If you want to change the default number, select the
desired Contact entry and press the Action button. Then
select the number you want to assign as the default, and
select Set as Default from the menu.
To call a contact using a number other than the default
number:
•
Select the contact in the list, press the navigation pad Left
or Right to display the abbreviation for the number you
want to use, then press the Talk button.
To find a contact by entering a name:
•
Begin entering the name of the contact to find until the
name is displayed. For example, to find "Sandra," enter
7, 2, 6, 3, 7, 2 because these numbers correspond to the
letters for that name.
To filter contacts:
Select Filter from the menu, then select the category
whose entries you want to display, such as Business,
Miscellaneous, or Personal. Only the contacts assigned
to the category you select are displayed in the list.
To create a new contact:
•
When the Contacts list is displayed, press the Left Softkey
(“New”), or select New Contact from the menu. After
entering the desired data, press Done.
To delete a contact:
•
Select the desired entry in the Contacts list, then select
Delete from the menu.
To assign a Photo ID to a contact:
•
Use the Photo Contacts (Caller ID) application. This was
explained earlier in Chapter 2.
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Contact cards
To view a “contact card,” select the desired contact in the
list and press the Action button. A contact card displays all
of the information that you have entered for that contact.
You can use the menu to add it to your Speed Dial, send
a text message, save it to your SIM card, set the selected
number as the default number, beam the Contact, delete
it, or edit it.
To view and edit an existing contact card:
Select the desired entry from the Contact list. Press the
Action button to view the contact card. If you wish to
modify it, press the Left Softkey (“Edit”) or select Edit from
the menu.
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To call a contact from a contact card:
•
Select the desired entry from the Contact list. Press the
Action button to access that contact card. Press the
navigation pad Up or Down to select the number you want
to call, then press the Action button to dial that number.
You can also press the Talk button to dial the number.
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To send E-mail from a contact card:
1. Select the desired entry from the Contact list.
2. Press the Action button to open the related contact
card.
3 Select the E-mail address, and press the Action button.
4. Select an account to use, and press the Action button.
5. Enter a subject, compose your message, and then select
Send.
Using contact card menu options
Select the desired contact in the list, then press the Action
button to access the related contact card (shown in the figure
on the previous page). Using the menu accessed from that
screen, you can perform the functions listed below.
Send Text Message
Enables you to send a text message to the contact.
Add Voice Tag
After recording a Voice Tag, it serves as a shortcut to a phone
number, E-mail address, or Web URL when you speak the
Voice Tag. (Explained in more detail in Chapter 2.)
Save to SIM
Saves the contact to the SIM card.
Set as Default
Makes the selected phone number or E-mail address the
default communication method for the contact.
Beam Contact
Sends the contact card to another mobile device or a desktop
PC using infrared.
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Add Speed Dial
Enables you to create a shortcut to a phone number, E-mail
address, or Web URL by assigning one or two numbers as a
speed dial. (Explained in more detail in Chapter 2.)
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Delete
Removes the contact card from the Contacts list.
Edit
Enables you to modify information in the contact card.
Beaming information
You can use the Bluetooth or infrared port on your Smartphone to send and receive (beam) contact information
between your phone and another mobile device or a PC
that has Bluetooth or an infrared port and supports vCards
and vCal. However, you cannot beam SIM contacts. See
Chapter 5 for more information about Bluetooth.
To beam a contact:
1. Select Contacts from the Start menu.
2. Select the Contact entry you want to beam.
3. Select Beam Contact from the menu in the Contacts
screen.
4. Scroll to the device to which you want to beam.
5. Do one of the following:
• To beam by infrared, make sure that the infrared
ports are unobstructed and within close range of each
other.
•
To beam by using Bluetooth, make sure that both
Bluetooth radios are turned on and that Bluetooth is
discoverable on the receiving device.
6. Press the Left Softkey (“Beam”).
Status information will then be displayed, indicating the
name of the device to which your Smartphone is beaming,
and whether the beaming process is pending, finished, or
has failed.
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To receive beamed information:
1. Select Settings from the Start menu.
2. In the Settings screen, select Beam.
3. Select the Receive incoming beams checkbox so that
the checkbox is checked.
4. Do one of the following:
•
To receive by infrared, align the infrared ports so that
they are unobstructed and within close range of each
other.
•
To receive by using Bluetooth, make sure your
Bluetooth radio is turned on and in discoverable
mode.
5. Select Done. Your phone is now capable of receiving
beams (until you clear the Receive incoming beams
checkbox).
SIM contacts
SIM contacts are stored on your SIM card. When you insert
your SIM card into a different device, you can view and
use the SIM contact information on the new device. Unlike
regular contact cards, you can store only one phone number
for each SIM contact.
To create a new SIM contact:
1. Select Contacts from the Start Menu, or press the Right
Softkey (“Contacts”) from the Home screen.
2. Open the menu and select New SIM Contact.
3. Enter the Name and Number, then select Done.
The new contact appears in your contact list. A SIM icon will
display to the right of the name, indicating that the contact
is stored on your SIM card.
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NOTE: Your Smartphone can receive beamed files of any
type, but you may need to copy some files to your PC for
viewing.
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8.2 Using Calendar
Calendar is the scheduling program on your Smartphone,
where you can create and view appointments and view your
calendar by day, week, or month. When you create and
edit appointments in Calendar, your changes are reflected
in Outlook on your PC when you synchronize.
To open Calendar:
•
From the Home screen, select Calendar from the Start
menu.
To create a new appointment:
1. In the Calendar screen, select New from the menu.
2. Enter information about the appointment.
When inputting a Calendar entry, note that in the Reminder
field you can specify the amount of time prior to the appointment that you want to be reminded. If you don't want
to be reminded, select None. The default reminder time is
15 minutes. If you want to change the reminder time later,
open the desired Calendar entry and then press the Left
Softkey (“Edit”), or select Edit from the menu in the Calendar
screen, and scroll to the Reminder field.
When you create a new appointment on your Smartphone,
you can synchronize Calendar with your PC or Exchange
Server to keep your schedule information up-to-date in all
locations.
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To edit an appointment:
1. Select Calendar from the Start menu.
2. Select the desired appointment, press the Action button,
and then select Edit from the menu or press the Left
Softkey (“Edit”).
3. If the appointment is recurring, select Yes to edit only the
current occurrence, or select No to edit the series.
4. Make your changes and select Done.
To delete an appointment:
1. Select Calendar from the Start menu.
2. Scroll to the appointment to delete.
3. Select Menu, then Delete.
4. If the appointment is recurring, select Yes to delete only the
current occurrence, or select No to delete the series.
You can view your schedule in three different views: Agenda,
Week, and Month.
Agenda View is the default view for calendar information.
This view displays meetings and appointments scheduled
for the current day. Appointments are shown in chronological order according to start time. All-day appointments are
shown as a single line at the top of the Agenda view.
When in Agenda View, you can select Week View or Month
View from the menu. Press the navigation pad Left or Right
to select a desired date/time, then press the Action button
to view the corresponding entries, if any. Or, use the menu
to Go to Today, Go to Date, set Options, or return to the
default Agenda View.
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Note that in Month View, arrows pointing upward represent
morning appointments, and arrows pointing downward represent afternoon appointments. If you have both morning
and afternoon appointments on the same day, the arrows
form a colored box. All-day events are indicated by an empty
box. If you have morning and afternoon appointments and
an all-day event on the same day, an empty box surrounds
a colored box.
Customizing the calendar view
You can change viewing options for Calendar, such as
specifying the first day of the week and the number of days
per week to display, as well as showing and hiding week
numbers.
1. From the Home screen, select Start.
2. Select Calendar.
3. Select Menu, then Options.
4. Scroll to select the options you want and select Done.
Importing calendar information
You can import calendar information from another calendar
program that uses the iCal or vCal format. You can import
calendar information from attachments in E-mail messages,
SMS messages, and links in Pocket Internet Explorer, or by
beaming. When you import information and then synchronize, the information is added to Outlook on your PC.
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8.3 Using Tasks
A task is a personal or work-related project, assignment,
or errand to track through to completion. A task can occur
once, or it can recur. A recurring task can repeat at regular
intervals, or repeat based on the date you mark the task
complete.
The task list
The task list is your "to do" list. When you create or edit tasks
with Outlook on your PC and then synchronize with your
Smartphone, additional task information may display.
A task that has been marked as high priority is preceded by
an exclamation mark, and one marked as low priority by a
downward-pointing arrow. On color devices, overdue tasks
are displayed bold and red.
To create a new task:
•
Select Tasks from the Start Menu. “Enter new task here”
is displayed. Press the navigation pad Up to move the
focus to that field, then enter the task name and press the
Action button.
To mark a task as Complete:
•
Select Tasks from the Start Menu. Select the desired task
in the list (one whose checkbox is not checked) and then
press the Left Softkey (“Complete”).
To change a completed task to Incomplete:
•
Select Tasks from the Start Menu. Select the desired task
in the list (one that has already been marked as Complete
with a checked checkbox) and then press the Left Softkey
(“Activate”).
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Note that if you synchronize tasks with your PC, completed
tasks are removed from your phone during synchronization. They are then displayed in gray with a strikethrough
on your PC.
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8.4 Using Voice Notes
You can use Voice Notes to create and play back short voice
recordings and verbal reminders, in lieu of entering text, using your Smartphone’s built-in audio recorder. Voice Notes
are included in the All Notes list and are named consecutively
(Recording1, Recording2, and so on).
To create a Voice Note:
1. Select Voice Notes from the Start menu, or hold down
the Volume Up button for about three seconds (on the left
side of your phone). The All Notes screen displays.
2. Press the Left Softkey (“Record”), or select Record
from the menu. Right after you do this, the recording
process begins, so be ready to start speaking into your
Smartphone’s microphone immediately. A counter displays
the number of seconds elapsed during recording.
3. Press the Left Softkey (“Stop”) to stop recording a
voice note. The voice note is saved (to \Storage\My
Documents\Notes), and appears in the All Notes list
of Voice Notes. By default, the first recording is named
Recording1.
To rename, play, or delete a Voice Note:
•
Select the desired Voice Note file, then select either
Rename, Play, or Delete from the menu.
If you delete a voice note that has a default name, such as
Recording1, this name becomes available for the next new
voice note that you create.
NOTES:
•
Voice Note files will be shown as thumbnails in the Album
(Camera Wizard) application, and you can play them as
you would any other audio file while in Album mode.
•
You can also record a new voice note using the Album
application. While in Thumbnail View mode, select New
> Voice Note from the menu.
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8.5 Using Windows Media Player
Your Smartphone comes with Microsoft® Windows Media®
Player 10 Mobile, which lets you play Windows Media Audio,
Windows Media Video, and MP3 audio files. You can also
copy digital music and video directly from your PC to your
phone by using either Windows Media Player or ActiveSync.
For more information about copying files using Windows
Media Player, see Media Player Help on your PC. For
more information about copying files using ActiveSync, see
ActiveSync Help on your PC.
Windows Media Player 10 Mobile for Smartphone has three
primary screens:
Now Playing screen — The screen that displays the Now
Playing playlist. This special playlist indicates the currently
playing file and any files that are “queued up” to play next.
Library screen — This screen, also illustrated on the next
page, lets you quickly find your audio files, video files, and
playlists. It contains categories such as My Music, My
Video, My TV, and My Playlists. This screen will initially
appear when you start Media Player, if the Start Player
on Library screen checkbox is checked in the Options >
Library screen.
To start Media Player, select Windows Media from the
Start Menu.
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Playback screen — This screen, illustrated on the next
page, displays the playback controls (such as Play, Pause,
Next, Previous, and Volume), the album art window, and
the video window. This screen will initially appear when you
start Media Player, if the Start Player on Library screen
checkbox is not checked in the Library Options screen (Options > Library).
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About Libraries
The library contains links to your audio files, video files, and
playlists. As with the desktop Media Player, it lets you sort
your content by criteria such as artist name, album title,
or genre. But unlike the desktop Player, your Smartphone
player can have multiple libraries. Each library represents an
available storage location. For example, if you store some
content in the internal RAM storage, the My Device library
contains links to those files. If you also store content on storage cards, you will have additional libraries for each card. In
the Library screen, you can choose the desired library.
When you turn on your Smartphone and invoke Media Player,
the program automatically searches the internal storage for
compatible digital media files. Similarly, when you insert a
storage card, Media Player asks you if you want to search
it for content. If you agree, it adds any content it finds to a
Mounted Volume library. If you then copy new files to your
Smartphone or storage card and they do not appear in the
library, you can manually update the library by using the
Update Library command.
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Supported File Formats
High-quality digital media files can require a large amount
of storage space. To minimize file size, digital media files
are often compressed by using software called a codec
(“compressor/decompressor”). To play the file, it must be
decompressed using the same codec that compressed the
file. To see which codecs a file uses, select it and then select
Properties from the menu.
File Formats Supported
File Extensions
Video
l
l
l
l
Windows Media Video
MPEG4 Simple Profile
H.263
Motion JPEG
.wmv, .asf
.mp4
.3gp
.avi
l
l
l
l
l
l
Windows Media Audio
MP3
MIDI
AMR Narrow Band
AMR Wide Band
AAC
.wma
.mp3
.mid, .midi, .rmi
.amr
.awb
.m4a
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About Playlists
A playlist is a list of digital media files that play in a specified
order. Your playlists are available in the library, in the My
Playlists category (see previous figure). A temporary playlist,
called Now Playing, is available from the menu in the Now
Playing screen. It lists the currently playing file, as well as
any files that have been “queued up” to play next.
About DRM, licenses, and protected files
Some digital media files, such as songs downloaded from
online stores, are encrypted to prevent the files from being
unlawfully distributed or shared. Content providers use a
technology called Digital Rights Management (DRM), to encrypt the files. During the encryption process, the content
provider creates a license which specifies how and when
the file can be used.
For example, a content provider could create a license that
allows you to play a certain file on your computer, but not
on your Smartphone. Or, a license that allows you to play
a certain file on your Smartphone, but only for a month, or
perhaps only a certain number of times. Files that have
licenses associated with them are called protected files.
If you want to copy a protected file from your desktop computer to your Smartphone, use the desktop Media Player to
synchronize the file to your Smartphone (instead of dragging
the file from a folder on your desktop computer to a folder
on your Smartphone or storage card). This will ensure that
the license is copied along with the protected file. In the
desktop version of Windows Media Player 10 or later, you
can use the Sync feature to automatically copy your audio
files, video files, and playlists to your Smartphone every
time you connect.
To see the protection status of a file, select it and then select
Properties from the menu.
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Commands available on the menu will differ, depending on
the screen you are viewing. When playback of an audio or
video file is in progress, the menu contains the following
options:
Playback screen
Option
Function
Play or pause playback of the current file.
Stop
Stops playback. If playback is started
again, it will start from the beginning of
the current file.
Shuffle
Plays the items in the Now Playing
playlist in a random order.
Repeat
Plays the items in the Now Playing
playlist repeatedly.
Full Screen
When a video is playing, displays it
using the entire screen.
Library
Displays the Library screen so you can
choose a file to play.
Open URL
Play a streaming media file on a network (for example, content streamed
from an Internet radio station.)
Options
Lets you adjust various Media Player
options related to playback, audio/
video, network, library, skins, and
hardware button assignment (see
next page).
Properties
Displays information about the currently playing file.
About
Displays information about Windows
Media Player, such as the version.
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As shown in the previous figure, the amount of time elapsed
during playback is displayed. In this example, 35 seconds of
an MP3 audio file has played so far. You can press the Up
navigational button to increase volume by 5%, or press Down
to decrease volume by 5%. The volume is also displayed in
the screen (in this illustration, it is at 70%). Press the Right
navigational button to start playing the next sequential file,
or press Left to play the previous file in this playlist. Press
the Action button to Pause or Play.
The assignments of these hardware buttons can be changed
to other functions in Media Player, if desired. Select Options
> Buttons to view all current button assignments. To “map”
a function to a different hardware button, select it in the list,
then select Assign from the menu in the Button Mapping
screen, and then press the button on the Smartphone you
want to assign the function to. Select Reset from the menu
if you ever want to return all button assignments to their
original default settings.
NOTE: See How Album Handles DRM in Chapter 3 for more
information about DRM files.
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8.6 Using Calculator
Calculator performs basic arithmetic, such as addition,
subtraction, multiplication, and division.
To perform a calculation:
1. When in the Home screen, select Accessories from the
Start menu.
2. Select Calculator.
3. Enter the first number of the formula using the keypad.
4. Press the Right Softkey (“Options”). From the menu
select the type of calculation to perform: Add, Subtract,
Multiply, Divide, or Decimal Point.
NOTES:
A decimal point can also be inserted conveniently by
pressing the asterisk (*) key on your keypad.
•
In addition, you can scroll through the available
mathematical symbols by pressing the # key until the
symbol you want is displayed (instead of selecting from
the menu).
•
Or, you can use the navigation pad to select a
mathematical symbol as follows: Press the Up button
for the plus sign (+); Down for the minus sign (-); Left
for the division sign (/); and Right for the multiplication
sign (X).
5. Enter the second number of the formula using the
keypad.
6. Open the Options menu again and select Equals, or press
the Action button.
To clear a displayed number or calculation, press the
Left softkey (“Clear”).
To clear the last digit entered, press your phone’s Back
button.
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8.7 Using Java MIDlet Manager
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Your phone supports Java 2 Edition, J2ME. The Java MIDlet
Manager (JMM) allows you to download Java applications
such as games and tools specifically designed for mobile
phones. You will find that some Java applications and games
may have already been installed on your Smartphone. When
you select MIDlet Manager from the Start menu in the Home
screen, a screen similar to the example shown below will
appear. This figure also shows the main menu.
The Java MIDlet Manager gives you the flexibility of installing and managing additional J2ME applications from the
Internet.
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Downloading Java games and utilities
To install, run, and manage MIDlet programs (MIDlets) on
your Smartphone, you have to first download the MIDlet
directly to your device from your desktop or notebook PC.
To download and install MIDlets directly from the Internet:
1. Connect to the Internet and select a MIDlet you wish to
download. (Download both the .jad file and related .jar
file.)
2. Confirm that you wish to download the relevant files before
the download begins. Once the download is complete,
the Java MIDlet Manager automatically starts and prompts
you to install your new MIDlet.
To download MIDlets from the Internet on your PC:
2. Choose the game or utility you want to install, download
it, and save it to your hard drive.
3. Click on the file and move it to your Smartphone, to Mobile
Device\phone\Storage\My Documents.
To install MIDlets on your Smartphone from your PC:
1. Click on Install in the MIDlet Manager menu.
2. Choose a MIDlet available from the Install screen. Select
a MIDlet by moving up/down using the navigation pad, or
by pressing the related number on the keypad.
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1. Make sure your Smartphone is synchronized to your PC.
Using your Internet Explorer, go to www.midlet.org or
any site that provides MIDlets for download.
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Uninstalling and re-installing MIDlets
To Uninstall
In the Java Apps screen (an example was shown in the previous figure), use the navigation pad to highlight the MIDlet
you want to uninstall, then select Manage from the menu.
Select Uninstall from the Manage submenu. You will be
asked to confirm your selection.
To Re-install:
In the Java Apps screen, select Install from the menu to access the Install screen. Use the navigation pad to highlight
the MIDlet you want to re-install, then select Install from the
menu in the Install screen.
Running MIDlets
To run a MIDlet, go to the Java Apps screen and select
the required MIDlet using the navigation pad or the related
number on the keypad. Consult the content provider on
how to use the game or utility you have installed. Some
MIDlets have an Exit or Stop command within their menu
structure. The content providers determine the location of
this command.
Other menus and commands
Some of the other functions available include:
Settings
Select Settings from the menu to access these options:
Display Options — Allows you to adapt the way the MIDlet
manager displays information. Sort Options allows you
to choose whether you view your MIDlets in groups or as
a list. View Options allows you to determine how lists of
MIDlets are ordered.
System Info — Displays information about the total
storage space for MIDlets, the amount currently used
and the amount currently available.
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About Java MIDlet Manager — Displays version
information.
Choose Network Type — Opens the Select Service
screen and enables you to choose your connection.
Rename
Select the MIDlet you want to rename, then enter the new
name for that MIDlet in the dialog box.
Running
Lists the MIDlet(s) currently running on your Smartphone.
Recent
Lists the most recently run MIDlets (maximum of nine can
be listed).
Move
Lets you move the selected item into a different group.
Manage > Uninstall
Deletes the selected MIDlet from your phone’s memory.
Ensure that the MIDlet you want to select is not running.
Also note that you cannot uninstall a MIDlet individually
from a MIDlet suite. You must uninstall the complete MIDlet suite.
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Manage > Upgrade
You may be able to upgrade certain MIDlets using a network
connection. The availability of this feature is determined
by MIDlet manufacturers/distributors and their licensing
arrangements. You must be connected to an appropriate
network for this feature to be available, for example a corporate intranet or the Internet.
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8.8 Games
Jawbreaker
The object of Jawbreaker is to clear out all the balls. The
rule is that you may only clear out adjacent same-colored
balls. The score depends on the number of the balls you
clear out at every move.
To start a game of Jawbreaker, select Games from the
Start menu, then select Jawbreaker. To start a new game,
press the Left Softkey, or select New Game from the menu.
The menu also lets you view Statistics or set Options.
To score, navigate to the ball you want to clear and press
the Action button. The group will be outlined, and the score
for that selection will be shown. To accept that selection,
press the Action button again. To select a different grouping,
press the navigation pad Up/Down/Left/Right.
Score equation: S = B * (B-1)
S: Score per move
B: Number of balls you clear out
For example, you score 30 points for clearing out 6 balls
at one move.
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Solitaire
The object of Solitaire is to use all the cards in the deck to
build up the four suit stacks in ascending order, beginning
with the aces. You win the game when all cards are on the
suit stacks.
To play Solitaire:
•
Move any aces on the seven stacks to the four card spaces
at the top of the screen, and then make any other available
plays.
•
When you have made all available plays, press the Draw
soft key to turn over cards.
The card that is face up on the deck is always available
for play.
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To start a game of Solitaire, select Games from the Start
menu, then select Solitaire. To start a new game, select
New Game from the menu.
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To move cards:
A number or character is displayed above each card stack.
On the keypad, press the number or character of the card to
move, and then press the number or character of the stack
to which you want to move the card.
Pressing the navigation pad Up moves a card to one of the
four stacks in the upper right corner of the screen if it belongs
there. For example, if an ace appears in one of the lower
stacks, press the number above it, and then press the navigation pad Up. If pressing the navigation pad Up does not move
your card to the card stack, press the number or character of
the card to move, then press the navigation pad Up.
Chapter 9
Maintaining Your
Smartphone
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
Adding and Removing Programs
File Manager
Task Manager
Space Maker
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9.1 Adding and Removing
Programs
You can use Add/Remove Programs on the Tools Menu of
Microsoft ActiveSync to add and remove programs. If you are
connected via ActiveSync (see Chapter 7), and the program
you want to install has an installer file that can be executed
from the PC, installation will be performed automatically
when you invoke the Installer file on your PC.
If the program installation is done via a CAB file, copy
the CAB file to the \Storage\My Documents folder of your
phone. Then select it in File Manager (explained on the
next page) and press the Action button; it will then install
automatically.
If you do install additional programs into your Smartphone,
and then want to remove one or more of those programs,
another way to do so (besides Add/Remove Programs in
ActiveSync) is to select Settings from the Start Menu, and
then Remove Programs. All of the programs you’ve installed yourself will be listed in the Remove Programs screen.
Select the program you want to delete, then press the Right
Softkey to open the menu and select Remove.
NOTE: When you use the Clear Storage utility to reset
all of your Smartphone’s settings back to the manufacturer
default values, this will also erase all of your data.
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9.2 File Manager
Select File Manager from the Start menu to invoke the File
Manager application.
File Manager provides many easy-to-use features for file
and folder management. It operates in either of two major
views, with a separate menu of commands for each view.
Tree View displays the entire file structure in your Smartphone’s memory. The functions in Tree View primarily focus
on folder management.
List View displays the details of the selected folder (its subfolders and files). The functions in List View are basically
file-oriented. Note that some files may not be displayed for
security reasons.
Tree view
When initially invoked, File Manager is in Tree View by
default. An example is illustrated below.
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Menu Commands in Tree View
Folder
Selecting Folder opens a submenu that lets you create a
New Folder which will be a subfolder under the current
folder; or Rename, Copy, or Move the currently selected
folder.
Find
This command lets you search for files according to filename
and/or text content. First, select the folder where you want
the search to be executed, then select Find. The Find screen
will open. Enter part or all of a filename (if you wish to search
by name), and/or enter a text string (if you wish to search
for all files containing that string). You can also specify the
folder to be searched. If any matches are found, the Find
Result screen will open.
Go To
Allows you to switch to other folders conveniently. Shortcut:
press G (the 4 key on your Smartphone’s keypad) when the
menu is not open.
Delete
Allows you to delete an entire folder and all of its contents.
Shortcut: press D (the 3 key on the keypad) when the menu
is not open. To delete individual files, use Delete on the
menu when in List View.
Refresh
“Repaints” the Tree View to reflect the actual current contents
in memory. You can also press the asterisk (*) shortcut key
to update the screen.
Properties
Displays data related to the selected folder. (If you wish to
view information about an individual file, use the Properties
command in List View.)
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Options
The Options screen contains several checkboxes that allow
you to customize certain behaviors of File Manager. For
example, you can choose to use a small font, show or hide
file extensions, show or hide files in ROM, force confirmation
before overwriting or deleting files, etc. Select Reset Default
(on the menu in the Options screen) if you ever want to reset
all options to the default behavior.
System Info
The System Info screen displays useful information about
Battery power, Memory usage, Flash, and Device data.
About
Displays application name, version, build, and copyright
information
List view
If in Tree View, press the Left Softkey to switch to List View.
If the currently selected folder in Tree View contains no
subfolders, pressing the Action button will also switch to
List View. (If the selected folder in Tree View does have
subfolders, pressing the Action button expands or collapses
the tree for that folder.)
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Menu Commands in List View
You can perform many additional file management functions using the commands on the menu when in List View,
as follows:
File
Selecting File opens a submenu that lets you create a New
Folder which will be a subfolder under the current folder;
or Rename, Copy To, Move To, or Duplicate the currently
selected file(s).
Selecting Associate on the File submenu allows you to associate all files that have the same extension as the selected
file with a specific application program. Then whenever you
select a file of the associated file type, it will open using the
application you specified.
Even if a particular file type is already associated with a
particular application, you can perform a one-time override
of that default association using the Open With command
on the File submenu. It allows you to select a file, and then
individually select the application that you want to open the
file with.
Create Shortcut on the File submenu enables you to create
a shortcut for a file and place it in any folder. First, select
the file for which you want to create a shortcut, then select
Create Shortcut and select the folder where you want it
to be placed.
Zip Extraction
This command lets you “unzip” (extract) ZIP files that you
may have received into your Smartphone via ActiveSync,
infrared beaming, E-mail, etc. First, select the desired file
(filename must have an extension of .zip). Then select Zip
Extraction. This opens a submenu containing the Contents
and Extract Here commands.
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Select Extract Here from the submenu if you just want to
extract all the files immediately and place them in the current folder.
Selecting Contents from the submenu will list all the files
contained in the selected ZIP file. In the screen listing the
individual files, you can open a menu containing several
options. Among them are:
Extract To — If you don’t want all files in the list to be
extracted, you can first select only the files you want.
Then select the folder/subfolder where you want to place
the extracted files and press the Left Softkey (“Extract”).
Integrity Test — This command checks to see if the data
contained in all of the individual files (contained in the
current ZIP file) is correct.
View — This command is available when only one individual
file or one folder is selected. If an individual file within the
ZIP file is selected, then the View command invokes the
application associated with that filetype and displays the
file. If the ZIP file contains folders, and one of the folders
within the ZIP file is selected, then the View command
will open the folder and display a list of the files within
it. A “plus sign” (+) will be shown in front of encrypted
items in a ZIP file.
Sort By
Lets you sort the items in the list by Name, Size, Date, or
Type, in either Ascending or Descending order.
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Selection
The next command on the main menu in List View (after the
Zip Extraction command) is Selection. It opens a submenu
that lets you Go to Top, Go to End, Select All, Select None,
Invert Select, or enable Select Multiple if you want to select
more than one item in the list. In the Select Multiple screen,
the menu offers additional options to select only the folders
in the list, or only the files in the list.
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Send
This command opens a submenu containing two commands:
Send via E-mail — Only one file can be E-mailed at a
time. (If multiple files are selected, this command will be
disabled.) First, select the file you want to E-mail, then
select this command. The Compose New screen will open
with the selected file already attached.
Beam — Select one or more files that you want to send, or
an entire folder, then select this command. File Manager
can send files either via Infrared beaming, or via Bluetooth.
The Send Data screen will open. Align your Smartphone
port with the port of the other device. When a device is
detected, the device name will be displayed on the screen.
If an Infrared device is detected, the file(s) will be beamed
directly. If a Bluetooth device is detected, press the Left
Softkey (“Beam”) to start beaming. The number of files
sent successfully will be displayed near the bottom of the
screen. After the files have finished being sent, “Done”
displays. You can beam them again to another device, if
desired, by pressing the Left Softkey again.
Run
If the currently selected file is an executable program file,
selecting Run will invoke that application. Or, if you have
used the Associate command on the File submenu to associate a particular file type with a particular application,
selecting Run (when a file of that file type is selected) will
start the associated application. The Action button is the
shortcut key for this command.
Delete
Select the file or folder you want to delete, then select Delete
on the menu (or press D on your Smartphone’s keypad when
the menu is not open).
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Refresh
When you select Refresh from the menu, or press the
asterisk (*) shortcut key on your keypad when the menu
is closed, the contents of the List View will be repainted to
reflect the actual current contents in memory.
Properties
If a file or folder is selected in the list at the time you select
Properties from the main List View menu, the Properties
screen will display related information. Also, in the bottom
portion of the screen, you can change some attributes of the
file or folder, and view others. (This command is disabled if
multiple files/folders are disabled.)
See the next page for illustrations of the Properties screen
for DRM files.
Options
The Options screen is the same one you can access from
the menu in Tree View. It contains several checkboxes that
allow you to customize certain behaviors of File Manager.
For example, you can choose to use a small font, show or
hide file extensions, show or hide files in ROM, etc. Select
Reset Default (on the menu in the Options screen) if you ever
want to reset all options to the default behavior.
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How File Manager handles DRM
DRM is Digital Rights Management, a method of controlling the usage of protected media objects after they have been downloaded.
Some digital media files, such as songs downloaded from online
stores, are encrypted to prevent the files from being unlawfully distributed or shared. Content providers use the DRM technology to
encrypt these files when applicable. During the encryption process,
the content provider creates a license which specifies how and when
the file can be used. Files that have licenses associated with them
are called protected files. More information about DRM (ForwardLock, Combined Delivery, Separate Delivery, etc.) was provided in
“How Album Handles DRM” in Chapter 3.
The previous figure of File Manager’s List View showed non-DRM
files. The figure below is a sample listing of DRM files. Similar to
the Album application explained in Chapter 3, “key” icons are used
to denote DRM files.
DRM files that can be used are identified by a key icon (with no line).
DRM files that are invalid (cannot be viewed or played because
license has expired or been used) are indicated by a key icon with
a diagonal line running through it.
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The DRM icon displays in List View as well as in the Rename, Associate, Open With, Select Multiple, Delete, and Properties screens.
The example figures below show the Properties screen.
Choosing License from the menu opens a screen of options such as
Play, Display, Execute, and Print. File Manager will take the appropriate action depending on the option you choose and depending on
the license associated with the protected file. For example, selecting
Play might open a Confirm screen like the examples illustrated in
the last page of Chapter 3.
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File Manager will allow or not allow the use of menu items as appropriate, according to the current DRM file state. For example,
commands on the Send submenu will not function if the file is
Forward Locked or is a Combined Delivery (content and rights
downloaded together) file. But commands on the Send submenu
are enabled if it is a Separate Delivery (content and rights are
downloaded separately) file.
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9.3 Task Manager
Task Manager lists all the tasks/applications currently running on your Smartphone. You can then easily switch to and
activate any currently running task, terminate any tasks, and
view free memory/battery information.
When Task Manager is initially invoked, it lists all tasks/
applications that are currently running in the memory of your
Smartphone. An example is illustrated below.
Menu Commands
Go To
This command activates the selected application/task. First,
select the application in the list that you want to use. Then
select Go To from the menu, or press the Action button, to
switch to that application and make it the active task. (You
can also use the Left Softkey to activate a task if the menu
is not open.)
Refresh
Selecting the Refresh command, or pressing the asterisk
(*) key on the phone keypad, will update and repaint the list
of currently running tasks.
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Stop
The Stop command (the 7 key on your Smartphone’s keypad, if the menu is not open) stops the selected application.
If for any reason the task cannot be terminated, a message
will inform you of such. After you have stopped an application, the amount of Free Memory (shown near the bottom
of the screen) is updated.
Stop All
Selecting Stop All (pressing the 2 key if the menu is not
open), tells Task Manager to try to stop all the listed applications. A message will ask you to confirm that you want to
terminate all currently running applications. Press the Left
Softkey (“OK”) to confirm.
Stop All But Selected
Select the one task in the list that you do not want to stop.
Then select Stop All But Selected. All other running tasks
will then be terminated, except the one you selected.
System Info
Select System Info to view details concerning your Power/
Battery, Memory, Flash, and Device information. The illustration below shows the upper half of a sample System
Info screen.
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9.4 Space Maker
Your phone has a built-in, unremovable default storage card.
The nomenclature of the card is hardware-dependent (in
some phones it is known as “Flash” Storage). Your Smartphone uses this card to store certain data, such as the data
in your Contacts, Tasks, Appointments (Calendar), and Email items. There are times when free storage space might
become low, at which time you might want to delete any less
important items in order to free up space.
Space Maker makes it easy for you to delete specific categories of any unwanted data in Flash storage as you see fit,
thereby letting you control the amount of space available.
The main Space Maker screen, shown below on the left,
displays the total amount of space available in your particular
built-in storage, the amount of space currently being occupied
by your data on the card (and percentage) and the amount
of space currently not being used (and percentage).
Keypad shortcuts: When the menu is not open, you can
press the 2 key to invoke the Erase All command, or press
the asterisk (*) key to update the storage usage data to reflect
the current “Used” and “Free” amounts.
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Menu Commands
Erase E-mail
Selecting Erase E-mail will open a submenu that gives you
the flexibility to delete all E-mail; or only the E-mail marked
as “Read;” or only the E-mail in these individual folders:
Deleted Items, Drafts, Inbox, Outbox, or Sent Items.
Deleting All E-mail — Select All to delete all E-mail in all
folders. All attachments will also be deleted. Note that
SMS and MMS messages will not be deleted. (If you wish
to delete SMS messages in your Inbox, use the Erase SMS
command described on the next page.)
After you select All from the submenu, a confirmation screen
will appear. It displays the number of E-mails that will be
deleted, and the amount of space currently being used by
those messages which will be “freed up” in your Flash storage after the command has executed. Press the Left Softkey
to Confirm, or the Right Softkey to Cancel.
After the “Delete All E-mail” operation has finished, all E-mail
will be deleted from the phone. Therefore, the next time you
synchronize after deleting, your E-mail will be out-of-sync
since it will be gone from your Smartphone but will still exist
on your PC. If you want E-mail to be synchronized on both
phone and PC, first delete your current partnership and then
create a new partnership.
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Deleting Individual Categories of E-mail — Likewise, you
can select one of the following commands from the submenu
to delete only the E-mail in those categories: Read (deletes
all E-mail marked as “Read”); Deleted Items; Drafts; Inbox;
Outbox; and/or Sent Items. In each case, a screen will
open which displays the number of items in that category,
and the total space being used by those items (similar to the
example illustrated on the next page).
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Erase SMS
The Erase SMS command opens a submenu that gives you
a choice of deleting all SMS (Short Message Service) messages, or only the messages marked as “Read.” Whether
you select All or Read from the submenu, a confirmation
screen will appear and display the number of SMS messages that will be deleted, as well as the amount of space
being used by those SMS messages. An example is shown
below. Press the Left Softkey (“Confirm”) to delete. You will
then be returned to the main Space Maker screen illustrated
earlier, and the new total “Used” and “Free” storage amounts
will be displayed.
Erase Call History
To delete all Call History data, select Erase Call History on
the menu. A confirmation screen will display the number of
Call History records that will be deleted, and the amount of
space currently being used by those records (similar to the
screen shown above). Press the Left Softkey to Confirm
that you want to delete all Call History records, or the Right
Softkey to Cancel.
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Erase Speed Dial
To delete all Speed Dial entries, select Erase Speed Dial
on the menu. A confirmation screen will display the number
of Speed Dial records that will be deleted, and the amount
of space currently being used by that data. Press the Left
Softkey to delete, or the Right Softkey to cancel.
Erase Voice Notes
This command deletes all voice recordings you have created and stored in Flash storage, using your phone’s Voice
Notes function. In the confirmation screen, press the Left
Softkey to delete.
Erase All
When you select the Erase All command from the menu
(press 2 on your Smartphone’s keypad, when the menu is
not open), the screen shown below opens. It allows you to
conveniently select multiple categories of data that you want
to delete (rather than deleting categories of data one-by-one
using the individual commands on the main menu).
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After checking the desired checkboxes in the previous figure,
press the Left Softkey to begin the Erase process. You will
still be given an opportunity to confirm the deletion of each
category individually. Note that only the categories listed
in the previous figure will be erased. MMS messages are
not deleted.
Refresh
Selecting Refresh on the menu, pressing the asterisk (*)
shortcut key, or pressing the Left Softkey in the main screen,
updates and re-displays the amounts of Used Storage and
Free Storage.
Whenever you use any of the “Erase” commands on the
menu, the Refresh operation will be performed automatically to show you the new storage amounts resulting from
the deletion.
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Regulatory Notices
Troubleshooting
Specifications
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Regulatory Notices
Agency Identification Numbers
For regulatory identification purposes, your product is assigned a model number of ST20B. The Battery Pack has
been assigned a model number of ST26A and ST26B.
To ensure continued reliable and safe operation of your
Smartphone, use only the accessories listed below with
your ST20B.
NOTE: This product is intended to be used with a certified
class 2 limited power source, rated 5 volts DC, maximum
1A power supply unit.
European Union Notice
Products with CE marking comply with the R&TTE Directive
(99/5/EC), the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low
Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission
of the European Community.
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Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the
following European Norms (in brackets are the equivalent
international standards):
§ EN 60950 (IEC 60950) - Safety of Information Technology
Equipment.
§ ETSI EN 301 489-7 - Electromagnetic compatibility
and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) for radio equipment and services;
Part 7: Specific conditions for mobile and portable
radio and ancillary equipment of digital cellular radio
telecommunications systems (GSM and DCS).
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§ ETSI EN 301 511 – Global System for Mobile
communications (GSM); Harmonized standard for mobile
stations in the GSM 850 and DCS 1800 bands covering
essential requirements under article 3.2 of the R&TTE
directive (1999/5/EC).
§ ANSI/IEEE C.95.1-1992- specific absorption rate in
mobile phone emission condition for body health.
§ FCC part 15 - Radio Frequency Devices and part 24
– Personal Communications Services.
§ EN 50360 - 2001– Product standard to demonstrate the
compliance of mobile phones with the basic restrictions
related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields (300
MHz – 3 GHz).
§ SAR value:
FCC (1g) Head 0.611W/kg; Body 1.340W/kg.
CE (10g) Head 0.297W/kg; Body 0.619 W/kg.
§ ETSI EN 301 489-1 Electromagnetic compatibility
and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and
services; Part 1: Common technical requirements.
§ ETSI EN 301 489-17 Electromagnetic compatibility
and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic
Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment
and services; Part 17: Specific conditions for 2.4
GHz wideband transmission systems and 5 GHz high
performance RLAN equipment.
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§ ETSI EN 300 328 Electromagnetic compatibility and
Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband Transmission
systems; data transmission equipment operating in the
2.4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum modulation
techniques.
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Federal Communications Commission
Notice
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This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause
harmful interference to radio communications. However,
there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or TV reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment on and off, the user
is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio or
television technician for help.
Modifications
The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes
or modifications made to the device that are not expressly
approved by High Tech Computer Corporation may void
the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
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Important Safety Information
Retain and follow all product safety and operating instructions. Observe all warnings on the product and in the
operating instructions.
To reduce the risk of bodily injury, electric shock, fire, and
damage to the equipment, observe the following precautions.
Safety Precautions for RF Exposure
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Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating
positions specified by the FCC with the phone transmitting
at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency
bands. Although the SAR is determined at the highest
certified power level, the actual SAR level of the phone
while operation can be well below the maximum value. This
is because the phone is designed to operate at multiple
power levels so as to use only the power required to reach
the network. In general, the closer you are to a wireless
base station antenna, the lower the power output. Before
a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be
tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the
limit established by the government-adopted requirement
for safe exposure. The tests are performed in positions
and locations (for example, at the ear and worn on the
body) as required by the FCC for each model. (Body-worn
measurements may differ among phone models, depending
upon available accessories and FCC requirements.) For
body-worn operation, to maintain compliance with FCC
RF exposure guidelines, use only original manufacturer
approved accessories. When carrying the phone while
it is on, use the specific original manufacturer supplied
or approved carrying case, holster, or other body-worn
accessory.
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Use only original manufacturer-approved accessories,
or accessories that do not contain any metal: Use of
non-original manufacturer-approved accessories may
violate FCC RF exposure guidelines and should be
avoided.
Heed service markings: Except as explained elsewhere
in the Operating or Service documentation, do not service
any product yourself. Service needed on components inside these compartments should be done by an authorized
service technician or provider.
Damage requiring service: Unplug the product from the
electrical outlet and refer servicing to an authorized service
technician or provider under the following conditions:
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Liquid has been spilled or an object has fallen into
the product.
•
The product has been exposed to rain or water.
•
The product has been dropped or damaged.
•
There are noticeable signs of overheating.
•
The product does not operate normally when you
follow the operating instructions.
Avoid hot areas: The product should be placed away from
heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or
other products (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Avoid wet areas: Never use the product in a wet location.
Avoid pushing objects into product: Never push objects
of any kind into cabinet slots or other openings in the product. Slots and openings are provided for ventilation. These
openings must not be blocked or covered.
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Mounting accessories: Do not use the product on an
unstable table, cart, stand, tripod, or bracket. Any mounting
of the product should follow the manufacturer’s instructions,
and should use a mounting accessory recommended by
the manufacturer.
Avoid unstable mounting: Do not place the product with
an unstable base.
Use product with approved equipment: This product
should be used only with personal computers and options
identified as suitable for use with your equipment.
Adjust the volume: Turn down the volume before using
headphones or other audio devices.
Cleaning: Unplug the product from the wall outlet before
cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners.
Use a slightly damp cloth for cleaning, but NEVER use water
to clean an LCD screen.
Safety Precautions for Power Supply
Unit
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Use the correct external power source: A product should
be operated only from the type of power source indicated
on the electrical ratings label. If you are not sure of the
type of power source required, consult your authorized
service provider or local power company. For a product
that operates from battery power or other sources, refer to
the operating instructions that are included with the product.
Handle battery packs carefully: This product contains
a Lithium ion battery. There is a risk of fire and burns
if the battery pack is handled improperly. Do not attempt
to open or service the battery pack. Do not disassemble,
crush, puncture, short external contacts or circuits, dispose
of in fire or water, or expose a battery pack to temperatures
higher than 140° F (60° C).
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Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF)
Signals
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It
is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission
limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the
Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines
and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines are based on the safety
standards previously set by both U.S. and international
standards bodies:
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI) IEEE.
C95.1-1992
• National Council on Radiation Protection and Measure-
ment (NCRP). Report 86. 1986
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection (ICNIRP) 1996
• Ministry of Health (Canada), Safety Code 6. The standards
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include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the
safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
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The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs
a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption
Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/kg.
In the U.S. and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones
used by the public is 1.6 Watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over
one gram of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial
margin of safety to give additional protection for the public
and to account for any variations in usage. Normal conditions only ensure the radiative performance and safety of the
interference. As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment, users are advised that for satisfactory operation of the
equipment and for the safety of personnel, it is recommended
that no part of the human body be allowed to come too close
to the antenna during operation of the equipment.
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WARNING:
Your Smartphone contains a Lithium ion battery
pack. There is a risk of fire and burns if the battery
pack is handled improperly. Do not disassemble,
crush, puncture, short external contacts, or dispose
of in fire or water. Do not attempt to open or service
the battery pack. Replace only with the battery
pack designated for this product. Recycle or
dispose of batteries properly. Do not discard with
your regular trash.
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Telecommunications & Internet
Association (TIA) Safety Information
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends
that a minimum separation of six inches be maintained between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid
potential interference with the pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent with the independent research
by and recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
• Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six
inches from their pacemaker when the phone is
turned ON.
•
Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
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• Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to
minimize the potential for interference. If you have
any reason to suspect that interference is taking
place, turn your phone OFF immediately.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to
consult your service provider, or call the customer service
line to discuss alternatives.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if they are adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician
may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any
regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so.
Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment
that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
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Safety Precautions
SAFETY IN AIRCRAFT: This product can cause
interference to an aircraft's navigation system and
network. In most countries it is against the law to
use this product on board an airplane.
ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY: Do not use this
product in gas stations, fuel stores, chemical plants
and locations containing explosives.
ROAD SAFETY: Vehicle drivers in motion are not
permitted to use handheld telephony services, except
in emergency. In some countries, using hands-free
devices as an alternative is allowed.
MEDICAL EQUIPMENT SAFETY: This product
may cause medical equipment malfunction. In most
hospitals or medical centers use of this product is
forbidden.
Other tips and cautions
Avoid using the product near metal structures (for
example, the steel frame of a building).
•
Avoid using the product near strong electromagnetic
sources, such as microwave ovens, sound speakers,
TV and radio.
•
Avoid using this product after a dramatic change in
temperature.
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Troubleshooting
If you encounter a problem with your phone, please review
the list below to try and find a solution. If still having problems, please contact Technical Support or your dealer.
Problem
n My Smartphone's
screen is blank.
Solution
•
Appendix
•
Your phone is designed by default
to switch to a screen saver. To
turn it on, press any key.
Your battery may be run down.
Charge the battery immediately.
n My phone does not
make any sound
or vibrate when the
phone rings or alarms
occur.
•
n My phone operation
has become very
slow.
You may have opened too many
programs. To release the operation
load, you can terminate unneeded
programs using the Task Manager
utility (see Chapter 9).
n A “battery low”
warning message
pops up on the
screen.
Plug the AC power into your phone to
charge it.
•
Check the Sounds settings by
selecting Settings > Sounds
from the Start menu.
Select Calendar from the Start
menu and then select Options
from the Calendar menu to see if
Set Reminders is activated.
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Problem
n Viewing my incoming
messages.
Solution
Select Messaging from the Start
menu, then select either Outlook
E-Mail, MMS (Multimedia messages),
or Text Messages (for SMS).
Some ways to create space on your
phone are:
• Delete any unnecessary files such
as old E-mail, image files, or large
video files.
• Delete unneeded programs
by selecting Settings from the
Start menu and then Remove
Programs.
• Use Task Manager to terminate
unneeded tasks (see Chapter 9).
• Use Space Maker to delete misc.
unneeded items (see Chapter 9).
n I cannot open an
image or video file.
The file type of the image or video
may not be supported. See Chapter
3 for a list of all supported image/
video file formats.
n The image appears
dark when using the
camera.
When in the Camera screen, you can
adjust for different lighting conditions
by selecting Ambience from the
menu and then selecting an effect,
and/or Adjust View properties.
Appendix
n A warning message
about “Running out of
memory” pops up on
the screen.
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ActiveSync Problems
Problem
Appendix
n ActiveSync operation
cannot be performed
or connected.
Solution
•
Make sure the mini USB cable is
connected securely.
•
Make sure you have installed the
ActiveSync software found on the
Companion CD that came with
your phone.
•
Make sure the settings are correct
in File Menu > Connection
Settings... in the Microsoft
ActiveSync window on your
desktop computer.
•
Chapter 7 discusses ActiveSync.
If still not working, try to uninstall
the ActiveSync software (using
Control Panel on your desktop
computer), then reinstall.
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Problem
n ActiveSync is
connected, but data
or information cannot
be transferred.
n I cannot perform
over-the-air
synchronization.
Solution
Check Tools Menu > Options... in
the Microsoft ActiveSync window on
your desktop computer to see if the
information type you want has been
selected for synchronizing. See
more details about ActiveSync in
Chapter 7.
Ensure that Microsoft Mobile Information Server has been installed.
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Connection Problems
Appendix
Problem
Solution
n Unable to use
Infrared (IR) to
transfer information.
Try the following:
• Transfer only one file, or no more
than 25 contact cards, at a time.
• Line up the IR ports so that they
are unobstructed and within close
range.
• Make sure nothing is between the
two IR ports.
• Adjust the room lighting. Some
types of light interfere with IR
connections. Try moving to a
different location or turning off
some lights. Do not try to use
infrared beaming in the sunlight.
n Cannot connect to
the Internet.
Try the following:
• Ensure that you have set up and
connected to an Internet Service
Provider.
• Ensure that the wireless connection
to your mobile Service Provider is
switched on and that the signal is
unobstructed.
• Verify with your Internet Service
Provider that your user name and
password are correct.
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Problem
n Cannot end a
Bluetooth connection.
n Cannot find a
particular device.
Solution
If another device leaves its link On when
it is pairing with your phone, the only
way to disconnect is by deactivating
the Bluetooth link. Select Settings >
Bluetooth from the Start menu, then
set the Bluetooth field to Off.
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•
•
•
A number of resources are
available to help you troubleshoot.
For more information, see the
Windows Media Player Mobile
pages at:
http://www.microsoft.com/
windows/windowsmedia/
support/faq.aspx
Appendix
n Having problems
using Windows Media
Player.
Ensure that the other device is
activated.
Ensure that you are within 10
meters of each other, and that
there are no obstructions.
Ensure that the other device is not
in “Hidden” mode.
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Specifications
System Information
Processor
TI OMAP, 200 MHz
Memory — ROM
64 MB (Standard)
— RAM
Operating System
32 MB (Standard) SDRAM
Windows Mobile™ Smartphone 2003
AKU2 Update, Second Edition
Display
Type
Transflective 2.2 inch TFT-LCD
Resolution
176 x 220 at 64K colors
GSM/GPRS Tri-Band Module
GSM850
824 ~ 849, 869 ~ 894 MHz
DCS1800
1710 ~ 1785, 1805 ~ 1880 MHz
DCS1900
1850 ~ 1910, 1930 ~ 1990 MHz
Appendix
Camera Module
Type
Color CMOS
Resolution
VGA with JPEG encoder
Expansion Slots
SD / MMC Slot
Mini SD memory card
Connection
Infrared
IrDA SIR
I/O port
Standard 5-pin mini-USB port for
signals (for USB and power)
Audio
Stereo headphone jack
Bluetooth
Class 2 transmit power
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Controls and Lights
Navigation
5-way navigation pad
Buttons
2 Softkeys
Back
Home
Camera
2 phone function: Call, End
Volume control button (up, down)
Record Audio (hold Vol. Down 3 sec.)
Power on / off
One dialing keypad
Lights
Event notification
Charge status
GSM/GPRS signals
Bluetooth connection
Audio
Microphone/Speaker
Built-in microphone and 3-in-1
speaker
Headphone
MP3 stereo
Power Supply
1050mAh (typical) Lithium ion
removable, rechargeable battery
Talk Time
3.5 to 4 hours
Standby
140 hours
AC adapter
- AC input / Frequency
100 ~ 240 VAC / 50 ~ 60Hz
- Rated Output
5V / 1A DC (typical)
* Contents subject to change without notice.
Appendix
Battery
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Index
A
Accept (receiving calls) 35
Beam (Phone Settings) 88
ActiveSync, installing 132
Bluetooth usage 97
Add/Remove Programs 168
Bonds (Bluetooth) 98
Album mode
Brightness (Camera) 65
Detailed View 70
BT Settings (Bluetooth) 99
Digital Rights Management 76
C
Editing functions 75
Full Screen View 70
Slide Show View 71
Supported file types 68
Thumbnail View 69
Ambience (camera) 65
Assigning Photo ID to Contact 42
Appendix
Audio, inserting into MMS 126
Audio, recording with video 66
Calculator 161
Calendar 150
Caller ID 37
Caller ID enabling 83
Calling from Contacts 33
Calling from Home screen 32
Call Barring 82
B
Call Forwarding 83
Battery, charging 16
Call Timers 47
Back button 11,22
Battery, status indicators 17
Battery level (checking) 90
Beaming Contacts 148
Call History 46
Call History, erasing (Space
Maker) 184
Call Waiting 36,83
Camcorder Capture Mode 58
Camera button 12
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Camera Mode usage 56
Caps Lock on/off 27
Capture sizes (Camera) 64
Certificates (Phone Settings) 88
Chat, starting 119
Clear Storage utility 168
E
E-mail, composing 105
E-mail, deleting (Space
Maker) 183
Contact Cards 146
E-mail account, setting up
102
Counter, resetting (Camera) 66
Earphones 18
Country code 52
Earphones plug 8
D
Data Connections 92
Date/Time Settings 89
Default photo (Caller ID) 41
Detailed View (Album) 70
Detailed View (Caller ID) 38
Dial-up Connections 92
Dialing pause, inserting 52
Album 76
File Manager 178
Media Player 158
Discoverable Mode (Bluetooth)
97,98
Encoder types (Camera) 64
End button 11
F
Favorites (Internet Explorer)
96
FCC/Regulatory Notices 190
File Manager
Bluetooth/Infrared 176
Digital Rights Mgmt 178
List View 173
Tree View 171
Zip Extraction 174
Find (search for files) 172
Flash storage, deleting items
182
Flicker Adjustment (Camera)
66
Appendix
Digital Rights Management
Emergency calls 34
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Forwarding E-mail/SMS 109
Full Screen View (Album) 70
G
Games, Java, downloading 163
GPRS Connections 93
H
Home screen 22
Settings 87
I
Image, capturing 57
In-call Options 45
Infrared port 8
Appendix
Instant messaging 117
Integrity test (for ZIP files) 175
International “+” input 27
Internet Explorer 95
J
K
Keypad backlight 90
Keypad lock/unlock 28
L
LED Indicator colors 10
Lighting adjustment (camera)
65
Light Sensor (keypad backlight)
90
List View (File Manager) 173
Locking/unlocking phone 29
Locking keypad/SIM card 28
M
Media Player 155
Digital Rights Mgmt 158
Libraries 156
Supported file formats 157
Message draft, saving 106
Message folders, viewing
104,112
Messaging Options 114
Java, installing apps 162
MIDlet Manager (Java) 162
Jawbreaker (game) 166
Mini SD card, inserting 15
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Mirror 12
Photo Capture Mode 57
MMS, creating message 121
Photo Contacts, using 37
MMS Settings 121
Photo ID Capture Mode 59
MMS Video Capture Mode 59
Picture, inserting into MMS
124
Model number (phone/battery)
188
Monitor, Caller ID 37
MSN Messenger 117
Multipress Mode 24
Picture, taking 57
Picture Theme Capture Mode
60
Pocket Contacts 143
Multipress Time-out setting 25
Pocket Internet Explorer 95
N
Profiles 85,86
Navigation Pad 11,20
Networks screen (Phone) 83
New from Camera (Photo ID) 43
Not-found photo (Caller ID) 41
Numeric Mode 26
Owner Information 89
P
Partnership, creating, ActiveSync 133
Password, enabling/disabling 29
Proxy Connections 93
Q
Quick List 23,85
R
Receiving incoming beams
88, 149
Receiving calls 35
Regional Settings 90
Rejecting calls 35
Resolution (capture size) 64
Review (captured files) 61
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O
Power Management (battery)
90
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S
Templates (Picture Theme)
61
Server ActiveSync 135
Text, misc. input 27
SD Card, mini 15
Signatures in messages 107
SIM card, inserting 14
SIM card lock/unlock 28
SIM Contacts, creating 149
Slide Show Mode (Album) 71
Softkeys 20
Solitaire (game) 167
Sounds Settings 84
Space Maker 182
Specifications 204
Speed Dials 48
Speed Dials, erasing (Space
Maker) 185
Status Indicators 13
Stopping running apps 181
Appendix
Synchronizing remotely 138
System Info display 173
T
T9 Mode 26
Talk button 11,35
Tasks application, using 153
Task Manager 180
Templates (Caller ID) 42,44
Text, inserting into MMS 125
Three-second dialing pause
52
Thumbnail View (Album) 69
Transition Effects (Album)
71,73
Tree View (File Manager) 171
U
Unknown photo (Caller ID) 41
USB Cable 8,18
V
Video, capturing 58
Video, inserting into MMS
124
Voice Mail, retrieving 46
Voice Notes 74,154
Voice Notes, erasing (Space
Maker) 185
Voice Tags 50
VPN Connections 93
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W
Work URL Exceptions 94
Z
ZIP files, extracting 174
Zooming (Camera Mode) 64
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