Motorola C300
GSM SYSTEM
User Guide
© 2001 Motorola, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Disclaimer
Motorola, Inc. reserves the right to revise this user guide and make
changes to the product described herein without prior notice.
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SAFETY AND GENERAL INFORMATION
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ON SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION.
READ THIS INFORMATION BEFORE USING YOUR PHONE.
Exposure To Radio Frequency Energy
Your Motorola phone is designed to comply with the following
national and international standards and guidelines regarding
exposure of human beings to radio frequency electromagnetic
energy:
• United States Federal Communications Commission, Code of
Federal Regulations; 47 CFR part 2 sub-part J
• American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Institute of
Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95. 1-1992
• Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) C95.1-1999
Edition
• National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
(NCRP) of the United States, Report 86, 1986
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP) 1998
• Ministry of Health (Canada) Safety Code 6. Limits of Human
Exposure to Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields in the
Frequency Range from 3 kHz to 300 GHz, 1999
• Australian Communications Authority Radiocommunications
(Electromagnetic Radiation - Human Exposure) Standard 1999
(applicable to wireless phones only)
To assure optimal phone performance and make sure human
exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic energy is within the
guidelines set forth in the above standards, always adhere to the
following procedures:
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PORTABLE PHONE OPERATION AND EME
EXPOSURE
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna.
Unauthorized antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage
the phone and may violate FCC regulations.
DO NOT hold the antenna when the phone is "IN USE".
Holding the antenna affects call quality and may cause the phone to
operate at a higher power level than needed.
Phone Operation
When placing or receiving a phone call, hold your phone as you
would a wireline telephone. Speak directly into the microphone.
Body-worn Operation
To maintain compliance with FCC/Health Canada RF exposure
guidelines, if you wear a phone on your body when transmitting,
always place the phone in a Motorola supplied or approved clip,
holder, holster, case, or body harness for this product. Use of
non-Motorola-approved accessories may exceed FCC/Health Canada
RF exposure guidelines. If you do not use a body-worn
accessory, and are not using the phone held in the normal
use position at the ear, ensure the phone and its antenna are
at least one inch (2.5 cm) from your body when transmitting.
Data Operation
When using any data feature of the phone, with or without an
accessory cable, position the phone and its antenna at least one
inch (2.5 cm) from the body.
Approved Accessories
For a list of approved Motorola accessories visit our website at
www.motorola.com.
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ELECTROMAGNETIC
PATIBILITY
INTERFERENCE/COM-
NOTE: Nearly every electronic device is susceptible to
electromagnetic interference (EMI) if inadequately shielded, designed
or otherwise configured for electromagnetic compatibility.
FACILITIES
To avoid electromagnetic interference and/or compatibility conflicts,
turn off your phone in any facility where posted notices instruct you
to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using equipment
that is sensitive to external RF energy.
AIRCRAFT
When instructed to do so, turn off your phone when on board an
aircraft. Any use of a phone must be in accordance with applicable
regulations per airline crew instructions.
MEDICAL DEVICES
Pacemakers
The Advanced Medical Technology Association recommends that a
minimum separation of 6 inches (15 centimeters) be maintained
between a handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker.These
recommendations are consistent with the independent research by,
and recommendations of, the United States Food and Drug
Administration.
Persons with pacemakers should:
• ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches (15 centimeters)
from their pacemaker when the phone is turned ON.
• not carry the phone in the breast pocket.
• use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for
interference.
• turn the phone OFF immediately if you have any reason to
suspect that interference is taking place.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids.
In the event of such interference, you may want to consult your
hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
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Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded
from RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in
obtaining this information.
SAFETY AND GENERAL
USE WHILE DRIVING
Check the laws and regulations on the use of phones in the area
where you drive. Always obey them
When using your phone while driving, please:
• Give full attention to driving and to the road.
• Use hands-free operation, if available.
• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if
driving conditions so require.
OPERATIONAL WARNINGS
FOR VEHICLES WITH AN AIR BAG
Do not place a portable phone in the area over an air bag or in the air
bag deployment area. Air bags inflate with great force. If a portable
phone is placed in the air bag deployment area and the air bag
inflates, the phone may be propelled with great force and cause
serious injury to occupants of the vehicle.
POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES
Turn off your phone prior to entering any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere, unless it is a phone type especially qualified
for use in such areas as "Intrinsically Safe". Do not remove, install, or
charge batteries in such areas. Sparks in a potentially explosive
atmosphere can cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or
even death.
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NOTE: The areas with potentially explosive atmospheres referred to
above include fueling areas such as below decks on boats, fuel or
chemical transfer or storage facilities, areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders, and
any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your
vehicle engine. Areas with potentially explosive atmospheres are
often but not always posted.
BLASTING CAPS AND AREAS
To avoid possible interference with blasting operations, turn off your
phone when you are near electrical blasting caps, in a blasting area,
or in areas posted: "Turn off two-way radio". Obey all signs and
instructions.
OPERATIONAL CAUTIONS
ANTENNAS
Do not use any portable phone that has a damaged antenna.
If a damaged antenna comes into contact with your skin, a minor
burn can result.
BATTERIES
All batteries can cause property damage and/or bodily injury such as
burns if a conductive material such as jewelry, keys, or beaded
chains touch exposed terminals. The conductive material may
complete an electrical circuit (short circuit) and become quite hot.
Exercise care in handling any charged battery, particularly when
placing it inside a pocket, purse, or other container with metal
objects.
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European Union Directives Conformance Statement
This product is in conformance with the
requirements of the applicable EU Council
Directives.
Declarations
of
Conformance
with
the
requirements are located at:
Motorola Ltd.
European Cellular Subscriber Division
Midpoint Alencon Link
Basingstoke, Hampshire RG21 7PL
United Kingdom
APPROVED for connection to
telecommunications systems specified
in the instructions for use subject to
the conditions set out in them.
S/1357/4/V/503894
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Table of Contents
SAFETY AND GENERAL INFORMATION............................ I
1. TOURING YOUR PHONE ...............................................1
APPEARANCE ...................................................................1
IDLE MODE DISPLAY .........................................................3
Idle display icons ............................................................... 3
KEYS .............................................................................4
Function keys .................................................................... 4
Alphanumeric keys ............................................................. 6
2. GETTING STARTED ......................................................7
YOUR SIM CARD .............................................................7
Inserting your SIM card ...................................................... 7
Removing your SIM card..................................................... 7
THE
BATTERY
..................................................................8
Fitting the battery .............................................................. 8
Removing the battery ......................................................... 8
Charging the battery .......................................................... 9
3. USING YOUR PHONE..................................................10
TURNING ON THE PHONE .................................................10
MAKING A PHONE CALL ...................................................10
ENDING A CALL ..............................................................11
ANSWERING A CALL ........................................................11
TURNING OFF THE PHONE ................................................11
ONE-TOUCH DIALING ......................................................11
MAKING A VOICE DIAL CALL .............................................12
LISTENING TO A VOICEMAIL .............................................12
MAKING AN INTERNATIONAL CALL ....................................12
MAKING AN EMERGENCY CALL ..........................................13
DIALING AN EXTENSION NUMBER......................................13
LAST MISSED, DIALED, AND RECEIVED CALLS ......................13
MAKING AN ABBREVIATED CALL ........................................14
PHONE BOOK DIRECTORY SHORTCUT .................................14
MESSAGES MENU SHORTCUT ............................................15
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ADDING PHONE BOOK ENTRIES IN IDLE MODE ....................15
INCOMING CALL WAITING ...............................................16
HOLDING A CALL ............................................................16
MUTING THE MICROPHONE ..............................................16
CALL OPTIONS MENU ......................................................17
ADJUSTING THE EARPIECE VOLUME ...................................18
INITIATING KEYPAD LOCK ...............................................19
4. INPUT MODE MENU ...................................................20
SELECTING AN INPUT MODE .............................................20
Smart Input (iTAP) ........................................................... 21
ABC Input........................................................................ 24
123 Input ........................................................................ 25
Insert Symbol .................................................................. 25
Select Icon ...................................................................... 25
Insert Quick Msg .............................................................. 26
5. QUICK ACCESS...........................................................28
QUICK ACCESS MENU......................................................28
USING THE QUICK ACCESS MENU .....................................29
6. THE MOBILE INTERNET .............................................30
LOGGING ON TO THE INTERNET ........................................30
BROWSER KEY MAPPING .................................................31
SURFING THE INTERNET ..................................................31
LOGGING OFF THE INTERNET ...........................................32
USING BROWSER MENU ...................................................32
7. THE MENUS ................................................................36
USING THE MENUS .........................................................36
Normal access to an option ............................................... 36
Shortcut access................................................................ 37
PHONE BOOK (1) ..........................................................38
Last number (1-1) ............................................................ 38
Find Record (1-2) ............................................................. 39
Add Entry to SIM (1-3) ..................................................... 41
Add Entry to Phone (1-4) .................................................. 41
Delete (1-5)..................................................................... 42
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Caller Group (1-6) ............................................................ 42
Voice Dial (1-7)................................................................ 44
Service Number (1-8) ....................................................... 44
Own Number (1-9) ........................................................... 44
Status (1-10) ................................................................... 45
Copy Record (1-11) .......................................................... 45
MESSAGES (2) ..............................................................48
Inbox (2-1)...................................................................... 48
New Message (2-2) .......................................................... 53
SMS Chat (2-3) ................................................................ 53
Icon Message (2-4) .......................................................... 54
Quick Msg (2-5) ............................................................... 55
Outbox (2-6).................................................................... 56
Voice Mail (2-7) ............................................................... 57
Broadcast (2-8)................................................................ 57
Settings (2-9) .................................................................. 58
Delete All (2-10) .............................................................. 59
CALL SERVICES (3)........................................................59
Call Records (3-1) ............................................................ 59
Call Divert (3-2) ............................................................... 61
Call Barring (3-3) ............................................................. 62
Call Waiting (3-4) ............................................................. 64
Line in Use (3-5) .............................................................. 64
Show Number (3-6).......................................................... 64
PHONE SETTING (4) ......................................................65
ScreenSaver (4-1) ............................................................ 65
Set Time & Date (4-2) ...................................................... 66
Power On/Off (4-3) .......................................................... 66
Browser Setup (4-4) ......................................................... 67
Key Lock (4-5) ................................................................. 69
Language (4-6) ................................................................ 70
Input Mode (4-7) ............................................................. 70
Time Alert (4-8) ............................................................... 70
Auto Redial (4-9) ............................................................. 70
Back Light (4-10) ............................................................. 70
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Voice Dial (4-11) .............................................................. 70
Restore (4-12) ................................................................. 70
NETWORK (5) ...............................................................71
Automatic (5-1) ............................................................... 71
Manual (5-2).................................................................... 71
Band (5-3)....................................................................... 71
SECURITY (6) ...............................................................71
Code Status (6-1)............................................................. 71
Change Code (6-2)........................................................... 72
Fixed Dial (6-3) ................................................................ 73
SIM Lock (6-4) ................................................................. 73
User Group (6-5).............................................................. 74
AUDIO SETTING (7).......................................................75
Ring Type (7-1) ............................................................... 75
Vibracall (7-2) .................................................................. 75
SMS Alert (7-3) ................................................................ 76
Profiles (7-4).................................................................... 76
Caller Group (7-5) ............................................................ 78
Edit Melody (7-6) ............................................................. 78
TOOLS (8)....................................................................82
ScreenSaver (8-1) ............................................................ 82
SIM Menu (8-2) ............................................................... 83
Access Internet (8-3)........................................................ 83
Games (8-4) .................................................................... 83
Calendar (8-5) ................................................................. 88
Set Alarm (8-6) ................................................................ 89
Calculator (8-7)................................................................ 90
Stopwatch (8-8) ............................................................... 91
Hour Minder (8-9) ............................................................ 91
Auto Time Zone (8-10) ..................................................... 92
Quick Access (8-11) ......................................................... 92
8. MENU STRUCTURE MAP .............................................95
9. CARE AND MAINTENANCE .........................................96
10. PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS ...................................97
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1. Touring Your Phone
Appearance
Front
Earpiece
LCD display
Right soft key
Menu key
Left soft key
Send/answer key
Power on/off key
Scroll key
1
2
Alphanumeric
keys
4
GH I
7 PQ RS
5
8
3
6
9
0
*For information on how to use each key, see "Function keys" on page 4.
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Side
Headset jack*
Bottom
Charger port
Back
Lanyard hole
Label
Battery contacts
Battery
Battery compartment
SIM card slot
Battery latch
*For connection to the optional handsfree headset.
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Idle mode display
• Status icon bar
• Press
to access
the
phone
directory.
book
• Time and date
• Press
• Press
to access the menus.
to access
the Messages menu.
Idle display icons
Icons often shown on the idle display:
Icon
Function
Descriptions
Signal
Strength
Signal strength of your designated
network. The more bars displayed, the
stronger the signal.
Receiving a short text message or
Short message having unread messages (see page 48).
Voice mail
waiting
You have a new voice mail (see page
57)
Call divert
All incoming calls are diverted to a
designated number (see page 61).
Line in use
The current line in use (see page 64).
Vibration only
Your phone only vibrates without ringing
when a call comes in. (See page 76).
Battery
Battery power level, the more the bars,
the more the battery power. Four bars:
full. No bars: Recharging immediately.
The icon scrolls during charging until the
battery is full.
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Function
Descriptions
Key lock
Key lock is activated (see page 19 and
69).
Roaming
When your phone is not used on your
home network, this icon will appear.
Keys
Function keys
• In this user guide, "long press" means "pressing and holding a key
for about 2 seconds", while "press" means "pressing and releasing
a key immediately".
• This listing does not include all operations of each key. Please refer
to related sections of this manual for other key commands.
Keys
Commands and functions
Power on/off key
• Long press to switch your phone on/off.
• Press to end or cancel a call.
• Press to return to the previous menu.
• Exit browser and back to idle.
Send/Answer key
• Press to send or answer a call.
• In idle mode, long press to redial the last call number.
• In idle, press to display last dialed / missed / received
numbers.
• Press to select or activate an option.
Menu key
• Accessing the main menu from idle.
• During a call, press to access the Call Options menu.
• During input, press to access the input mode menu.
• Browser's 2nd soft key.
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Keys
Commands and functions
Right soft key
Executes the command shown at the bottom right of the
display:
• In menus, press to select or activate an option (as SELECT/
OK/OPTION shows).
• In idle, press to access the Messages menu. (as
shows).
• Confirms entered digits/text during input (as OK shows).
• Links to the next web page/selects a browser menu option
during an Internet session.
• Browser's 1st soft key.
Left soft key
Executes the command shown at the bottom left of the
display:
• In menus, press to abort a selection/operation and return to
the previous menu or screen (as QUIT/EXIT shows).
• In idle mode, press to access the Phone Book directory (as
shows).
• During input, press to clear one digit/character; long press
to clear all digits/characters (as DELETE shows).
• During an Internet session, press to return to the previous
page; long press to return to homepage.
Scroll key
• Scrolling the menus and options.
• Adjusting volume during a call.
• In idle mode, press to access Quick Access menu.
• In idle mode, long press to access Phone Book directory/
initiate a voice dial call (if voice dial feature is activated).
• During input, press once to move cursor to the next/last
insertion point; long press to move the cursor continuously.
Voicemail key
• In idle, long press to dial the voice mail box number.
• During an internet session, long press to access the browser
menu.
Lock key
• In idle, long press to lock the keypad.
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Commands and functions
Number key
1
~
• In idle, long press to dial any of the first 9 phone numbers
saved in the Phone Book.
• In menus, press to access a corresponding option directly.
9
Alphanumeric keys
Following is a list of the alphanumeric keys and their corresponding
characters and symbols in input.
Key
1
2
3
4 GHI
5
6
7 PQRS
8
9
0
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2. Getting Started
Your SIM card
To successfully use your phone, you must insert a SIM card
(Subscriber Identification Module) supplied by your network operator.
The SIM card contains your subscription number and your phone
number as well as a memory in which you can store phone numbers,
messages, etc.
Inserting your SIM card
Scratches can easily damage the metal contacts of the SIM card.
Pay special attention to the SIM card when you handle and insert.
• Locate the SIM card slot on back of your phone. Place the entire
SIM card into the slot, with the metal contacts of the SIM card
facing down and its cut corner on the upper left.
• Slide the SIM card latch over onto the card.
SIM card
Removing your SIM card
• Push the battery latch back, slide the SIM card latch backwards,
then pick up the card from the slot.
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The battery
Do not remove the battery when your phone is on--you may lose
all your personal settings stored either in your SIM card or phone
memory.
Fitting the battery
• Place the battery onto the back of the handset with the battery's
contacts facing down in alignment with the contacts on the battery
compartment, push the battery forward against the top of the
compartment and press it down till it clicks into the compartment.
Removing the battery
• Push the battery latch back and the battery will rise automatically.
Lift the battery up from the bottom end.
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Charging the battery
• Insert the travel charger connector into the charger port at the
bottom left of the phone.
Charger connector
Charger port
• Pull out the charger connector when charging is done.
• It takes 24 hours for the travel charger to fully charge a new
battery. Recharging takes approximately 160 minutes each time.
• During charging,
on the LCD will blink until the battery is
fully charged. When the battery is low, you will hear a warning
tone and "Battery Low" will appear on the LCD. When the battery
is running out of power,
recharge immediately. Then
automatically.
will appear to remind you to
your phone will power off
• Use only approved batteries, charger and accessories to ensure
proper function of your phone and battery life. Any malfunction or
damage caused by the use of any third-party accessories will
result in warranty being void.
• If batteries need to be replaced or additional batteries are
requested, please make sure the same type of battery that was
included with your package is ordered.
• For safety concerns, when the temperature of the phone goes
over 40° C (104° F) or below 0° C (32° F), charging will come to a
halt. When the phone temperature returns to a normal range,
charging will resume.
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3. Using Your Phone
Turning on the phone
Long press
to turn your phone on.
Making a phone call
a. Enter your PIN. If you type a wrong number while entering your
PIN, delete the wrong number by pressing the left
(DELETE).
When done, press
(OK) or
to confirm.
What is PIN?
PIN (Personal Identification Number) is a password provided by
your network operator. With your PIN, you can use your SIM card
and access the services offered by your operator.
If you enter a wrong PIN three times in a row, your SIM card will be
blocked. To unblock the SIM card, you need to enter the PUK
(Personal Unblocking Key) of the card. Please call the operator, and
ask for PUK.
b. Once your PIN is accepted, the phone will start searching for your
designated network automatically, as
indicates. This may
take a few seconds. When receiving network signals successfully,
the phone beeps twice with its LCD display showing the network
you connect to and then goes into idle mode.
c. Now you can dial a desired number using the keys on the keypad.
Press
to delete wrong digits. Press
to send your call.
• When network service is not available, no signal level will be
displayed on the screen.
• When connected to a network you do not have access to, the
signal strength will still show on the screen. You can only make an
emergency call, though.
• During a call, you can use the call options described on page 17.
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Ending a call
When you finish a phone call, press
or
call and return to idle mode. Also press
(EXIT) to end the
or
(EXIT) if you
want to drop a call after dialing.
Answering a call
When your phone rings or vibrates, the screen will display the name
or the phone number of the caller (Network support dependent). The
name displayed depends on the data in the Phone Book. Press
(OK) or
to answer a call.You can also answer incoming calls by
pressing any key.*
If you want to reject a call, press
or
(EXIT).
* To change the answering mode, you must go to Profiles under the
Audio Setting menu. See page 77 for details.
Turning off the phone
Long press
to turn your phone off.
One-touch dialing
There are two ways of doing one-touch dialing while in idle mode:
• Long press
. The last number you dialed will be dialed again
automatically.
• You can dial any of the first 9 phone numbers saved in the Phone
Book by long pressing its phone book location number. If the
number is saved in the Phone Book at location 5, for example, long
press 5
to make the call.
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Making a voice dial call
You must add a voice tag to a phonebook record and activate the
Voice Dial feature before you can make a voice dial call. For how to
add a voice tag, see Phone Book in chapter 7: The Menus. You
can activate the Voice Dial feature in Voice Dial under the
Phone Setting menu. See page 70.
a. In idle, long press
.
b. Say the voice tag of a desired phone number over the microphone
after tone.
c. When your phone recognizes this voice tag, the number's
phonebook record will appear on the screen asking for your
confirmation. Press
(CALL) or
to make the call. You can
also wait a few seconds and your phone will dial the number
automatically.
Listening to a voicemail
In idle mode, long press
to call your operator’s voice mail center
and listen to the voice mail left by a caller. You can also go to Voice
Mail under the Message menu to make a voicemail call. See more
details on page 57.*
* Voicemail feature is network support and subscription dependent.
Making an international call
a. Enter the outgoing international code, or long press
until "+"
is displayed.
b. Enter the recipient's national code, area code and phone number.
Send out your call by pressing
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Making an emergency call
Enter 112 (the international emergency number) and press
. This
emergency call can be made without a SIM card inserted, so long as
you are within the coverage of the type of network used by your
phone.
Dialing an extension number
After you key in the telephone number, long press
for a second
and "P" will display on the screen. Enter the extension number and
press
to make the call.
Last missed, dialed, and received calls
There are two scenarios in which you can review the most recently
missed, answered and dialed phone numbers as well as the time and
date information associated with the calls:
• If for any reason incoming calls were not answered, a message of
missed calls along with the number of call times will appear to
remind you of the calls you missed. Press
(SELECT) or
twice and the most recently missed call is displayed first. Then use
to display the missed call you want.
• In idle mode, you can press
to access a list of missed, dialed
and received calls. The most recent is displayed first, then you can
press
to scroll to the phone number you want.
When the phone number of a missed/dialed/received call appears on
the screen, you can do the following:
• Press
(CALL) or
to redial the phone number.
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• To store the phone number in your phone book, long press
.
Follow the prompts to enter the name and confirm the phone
number. Then specify a caller group and location number and press
(OK) or
to save. Finally press
(OK) or
again to
add a voice tag to the phone number.
• The phone number saved this way is stored in you SIM card
memory. To save a phone number in the phone memory, go to
Add Entry to Phone in the Phone Book menu. See page 41.
• For details on the caller group, see page 38 and 42. For how to
add a voice tag. See page 40.
Making an abbreviated call
Type a location number of a desired phone book record and press
. Then press
can also press
(OK) or
to dial the displayed number. You
to scroll phonebook numbers till the one you want
appears.
Phone Book directory shortcut
• There are two ways to access the Phone Book directory:
1. As
on the idle screen indicates, press
to access the Phone
Book directory.
2. In idle mode, long press
to access the Phone Book directory.
• Once you access the Phone Book directory, press
to browse the
entries (listed in alphabetical order).
appears at the top left of
the screen if the record you display is stored in the SIM card
memory, while
shows up if the record is stored in the phone
memory.
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• In the directory you can also find an entry by typing the first letter
of its name. For example, if you try to find a name that starts with
"K", press 5
twice to enter "K". The names starting with "K" will
appear first. Scroll the names until you find the one you want.
• When the desired phone number appears, you can:
1. Press
(CALL) or
2. Long press
to dial the number.
to edit the phone number record. You can edit the
record in the same way you save a phone number in the phone
book.
The Phone Book directory shortcut by long pressing
is not
available when the Voice Dial feature is activated.
Messages menu shortcut
As
on the idle screen shows, press
to enter the Messages
menu. For details on the Messages menu see page 48.
Adding Phone Book entries in idle mode
Enter a phone number and press
(SAVE) or long press
.
Follow the prompts to enter the name and confirm phone number,
specify a caller group* and location number for the record, and press
(OK) or
to save. Finally press
(OK) or
again to
add a voice tag to the phone number record*.
* For details on the caller group, see page 38 and 42. For how to add a
voice tag, see page 40.
The phone number saved this way is stored in you SIM card
memory. To save a phone number in the phone memory, go to Add
Entry to Phone in the Phone Book menu. See page 41.
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Incoming call waiting
*If another call comes in while you are on the phone, you can:
• Press
0
and
to reject the waiting call.
• Press
1
and
to end the active call and connect the waiting
call.
• Press
2
and
to hold the active call and connect to the
waiting call.
* Network and subscription dependent.
Holding a call
• When you are on a phone call and wish to dial another number, you
can place the current call on hold by pressing
(HOLD). After a
call is put on hold, “
1” will appear on the screen, and when the
second call is connected, “
1” will pop up.
• When you have an active call and a call that is on hold, you can
press
(SWAP) to switch calls.
• When an active call ends, the call on hold will resume. You can also
make a call on hold active again by pressing
(RESUME) if you
have only a held call.
• This hold-call feature is network and subscription dependent.
• The figure next to
/
(in the example above it is "1")
indicates the number of held/active calls.
Muting the microphone
You can mute the microphone while on a call by pressing
(MUTE), so the person you are speaking with cannot hear your voice.
appears when the microphone is mute. To un-mute the
microphone, press
16
(MUTE) again.
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Call Options menu
When you are on a phone call, press
Options menu listed below. Use
or
(M) to access the Call
to scroll and press
to access a selected option; press
(SELECT)
(QUIT) or
to
leave a selected option.
The options marked "*" are network and subscription dependent.
*SIM Menu
Access the SIM Tool Kit menu.
Mute
Mute the microphone so the person you are speaking with cannot
hear your voice.
appears when this mode is on.
*Messages
You can read, write and send messages with this function. For details
on the Messages menu see page 48.
Conference
The Conference menu has the following options:
The maximum number of parties allowed during a conference
(multi-party) call varies, depending on the network you choose.
* End Call
During a multi-party call, you can end the call on one of the
parties by selecting this function.
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* Swap
This function is available when you have both active and held
calls. Swap transfers the active call to hold and vice versa, so
that you may converse with the other party.
* Hold
This function allows you to put a currently active call on hold, so
that you can initiate a new call.
* Unhold
Once you end the new call while holding an old call, the old call
can be made active again by selecting this function.
* Join Call
This function allows you to make a conference call.
* Private
Talk privately with one participant during a conference call.
* Transfer
This function allows you to end your own call and connect the
active and held calls, so the callers of the active and held calls
can speak with each other alone.
Phone Book
You can access the Phone Book menu by selecting this item.
Call List
View dialed, received, and missed calls. When the desired phone
number appears, press
or
(SELECT) to call, save, or delete
the number.
Adjusting the earpiece volume
When speaking on the phone, press
18
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to adjust the volume.
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Initiating keypad lock
In idle, long press
enabled,
to activate the keypad lock. When the lock is
will appear at the bottom of the idle mode screen. To
deactivate the lock, press
(Unlock) or
, then press
. You
can also activate the keypad lock in the menu option Key Lock. See
page 69.
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4. Input Mode Menu
Your phone provides several input methods when you wish to:
• write short messages.
• enter names or numbers in the phone book.
• jot down notes in the calendar function, etc....*
* For details on these features, see related sections of this user guide.
Message editor display
Cursor
Character count
information
Input mode
indicator
Phonebook editor display
Prompt for
current input
• Press
to delete
characters.
Text area
• Press
for input menu.
• Press
to confirm.
Selecting an input mode
On the editor screen, press
(M) or long press
input mode menu. Scroll the menu with
or
(SELECT)
to select, or press a corresponding number key directly to
choose from the following input modes:
20
and press
to access the
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• The factory default for the input mode is ABC Input (ABCD).
However, you can set the default yourself. See Input Mode under
the Phone Setting menu on page 70. The default input mode
you set appears automatically with the editor screen.
• The input mode menu may vary from market to market.
Smart Input (iTAP)
The Smart Input system (or iTAP, as shown on the editor screen)
analyzes letters as they are being typed to come up with the right
words, making text entry quick and easy. Smart Input (iTAP) is an
efficient alternative to the traditional multi-tapping input, which
requires you to press a key several times for an appropriate letter.
Features of Smart Input (iTAP)
• Just one key press per letter; no multi-pressing for entering letters.
• Comprehensive word database including common names.
• Widely used punctuation and symbols included.
Smart Input (iTAP) keypad mapping
•Confirm text entered.
•Short press to clear a •Access the input menu. •Enter a highlighted
letter.
symbol.
•Long press to clear all
•Select a desired input
text.
mode.
•Exit from input screen
(provided no message
has been keyed in).
•For the next/previous
word candidate.
•Mover the cursor.
•Scroll the punctuation
bar/input menu.
•Long press--access the
punctuation & symbol
bar.
•Upper case/lower case.
•Works the same way
1
2
4
GH I
7 PQRS
5
8
3
as
.
6
9
•Enter letters.
0
•For the next
candidate.
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Tips on using Smart Input (iTAP)
To enter words:
• Type a word by pressing a corresponding alphanumeric key only
once for each letter, without having to consider the order of the
alphabets indicated on the keys. The word you type will appear
outside the text frame before you confirm it OK.
• To switch between upper case and lower case, press
0
(DELETE) once to delete a wrong letter; long press
. Press
to
delete an entire word.
• The word changes as you type letters--disregard what's on the
screen until you type an entire word.
• If the word displayed is not the one you want after typing it
completely, press
press
for the next word candidate. You can also
for the next/previous candidate. When the desired one
appears, press
(OK) or
to put it inside the text frame,
then a space will appear automatically between the word and the
cursor. So you can type the next work directly without having to
leave a space for it.
• After you enter a word in the text area, you can press
once to
move the cursor to the insertion point of the next/last character;
long press to move the cursor continuously.
• In the text area, press
(DELETE) once to clear one character;
long press
22
to clear all text.
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To enter punctuation and symbols:
• You can long press
to display a bar of available punctuation
and symbols at the bottom of the screen. Press
symbols one by one; long press
(OK) or
to scroll the
to scroll page by page. Press
to enter a highlighted symbol, or press a
corresponding number key for a desired symbol directly (
1
~
0
,
from left to right).
• Press
(QUIT) or
to exit the punctuation & symbol bar.
Demo of Smart input (iTAP)
To enter "Come home" on the message editor screen:
a. Press
(M) to access the input mode
menu. Select Smart Input and press
(SELECT) or
b. Press
press
0
.
0
for the upper case "C". Then
2
6
6
for lower case "o" "m"
3
"e".
c. Press
(OK) or
to enter “Come” into
the text frame.
d. Press
4 GHI
6
6
3
for "home".
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e. "good" isn't the word you want, so press
or
for the next candidate "home".
f. Press
(OK) or
to put “home” inside
the text frame.
ABC Input
ABC Input is the factory default input mode that appears
automatically with the editor screen.
If Smart Input (iTAP) doesn't provide the word you want, you also
can press
(M) or long press
for the input menu and select
ABC Input.
Please see "Alphanumeric keys" on page 6 for the listing of the
alphabets and symbols represented by each key in ABC Input.
Tips on using ABC Input:
• Follow the order of the alphabets shown on each key to enter data.
• Press once for the first letter shown on a particular key, twice for
the second letter, and so on and so forth.
• Long press a corresponding key to shift among upper case, lower
case and number.
• When you have entered a letter and want to enter the next one,
you can wait for about two seconds until the cursor moves to the
position of the next letter, or simply press a key immediately to
enter it.
• If you type a wrong letter or number, you can move the cursor to it
by pressing
24
, then press
4. Input Mode Menu
to erase it.
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For example, to enter "Love":
a. Press
5
three times for "L".
b. Long press 6
twice for "o".
to change to lower case and press the same key
c. Press
8
three times for "v".
d. Press
3
twice for "e".
123 Input
This input mode allows you to enter numbers using the alphanumeric
keys 1 ~ 0 . To enter punctuation, long press
to display the
punctuation and select.
Insert Symbol
Displays the bar of punctuation and symbols. Use
bar (long press
to scroll the
to scroll page by page) and when the desired
(OK) or
symbol is highlighted, press
corresponding number key (
1
~
0
. You can also press a
) for a desired symbol.
Select Icon
You can insert an animated icon into a text message you’d like to
send by selecting this input mode.
When the icon list appears, use
you want, then press
to scroll to the animated icon
(SELECT) or
to put the icon in your
message text. The icon you inserted is encoded in the form of three
specific symbols. When done, press
(OK) or
.
• To view the actual icon along with the message text, you must go
to Preview. Please see related sections under the main menu
option Messages (2) (p. 48) in chapter 7.
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• To exit from the icon list without choosing an icon, press
(QUIT) or
.
• To delete the icon from the message text, simply press
to erase
the symbols that represent the icon.
• Select Icon is only available for message editing.
• Each message allows only one icon. The Select Icon option will
not appear in the input mode menu if you already attached an
icon to the message.
• You can also send an icon message by selecting Icon Message in
the Messages menu, see page 54
• Icon message feature must be supported by your network
operator and by the recipient’s phone.
Insert Quick Msg
Quick Msg is a list that allows you to compose messages and notes
by making use of the sentences already stored in the phone.
In the menu option Quick Msg, you can customize the Quick Msg
list by adding the sentences you wrote to the list. See page 55 for
details.
Quick Msg listing
The following is the entries of the default Quick Msg list:
No.
26
Phrases and sentences
6
I'm busy now, will call you later
7
Happy Birthday
8
Please call my mobile number
9
Please call office
10
I’m not coming home for dinner
11
I’m on my way, please wait
12
I love you
13
I’m sorry
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No.
Phrases and sentences
14
Please call home
15
Merry Christmas
16
Happy New Year
17
Have a safe trip
18
Get well soon
19
Thank you
20
I arrived safely
21
Don’t leave until I get there
22
Meet me at [time] [place]
23
I will be there in [xx] minutes
24
I’ll be leaving at
25
Wish you success
• The default Quick Msg list may vary from market to market.
• The first 5 blank entries in the list are reserved for you to store
the sentences you wrote. Please see Quick Msg on page 55.
• Insert Quick Msg is not available in Phone Book.
Using Quick Msg sentences
Scroll with
sentence,
and press
or
press
a
(SELECT) or
corresponding
to enter a desired
number
key
to
select
(1 ~9
). As soon as the sentence is entered, the screen
automatically returns to Smart Input (iTAP). You can now modify the
sentence into the message you want. If you wish to use the other
input modes, press
(M).
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5. Quick Access
Quick Access is a ready menu of 9 regularly used features. It
provides you with an efficient means to access these features directly
and minimizes the number of steps required for accessing via the
main menu.
• You can personalize the Quick Access menu as needed by
selecting what features you want available in this menu. To set up
your own Quick Access menu, you must go to Quick Access
under the Tools menu, see page 92 for details.
• The default Quick Access menu list may vary from market to
market.
Quick Access menu
In idle mode, press
to display the Quick Access menu. The
default menu items and their functions are as follows:
No.
Option
1
Internet
2
ScreenSaver
Download a screensaver animation from
the Web.
3
Add Entry to SIM
Add new phone book entries to the SIM
card memory.
4
New Message
5
Missed Calls
Display and send/save/delete last missed
calls.
6
Profiles
Enable/Disable settings of a selected
profile.
7
Calendar
Access the calendar function.
8
Set Alarm
Set the alarm function.
9
SIM Menu
Access the SIM tool Kit menu provided by
your operator.
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Functionality
Connect to the mobile Internet
Write a new message.
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• The SIM Menu option is a network support and subscription
dependent feature.
• For details on each menu option, please refer to related sections
of this user guide.
Using the Quick Access menu
Press
to scroll through the menu and press
(SELECT) or
to access an option. You can also press a corresponding number key
to get to a desired function directly. To exit from a Quick Access
option or operation, press
or
.
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6. The Mobile Internet
Your phone supports WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) technology.
It allows you to log on to the mobile Internet and browse on-line
services available from your service provider, for example, financial,
sport, travel, and entertainment information.
• The Internet function is network and subscription dependent.
Contact your network operator for details about the mobile
Internet services based on the WAP technology they provide.
• To successfully connect to the Internet you also need to do proper
WAP settings. Please go to Browser Setup in the Phone Setting
menu. See page 67.
Logging on to the Internet
There are two ways to launch the browser and start the Internet
connection:
• In idle mode, press
to access the Quick Access menu (see
chapter 5), scroll to highlight Internet and press
(SELECT) or
.
• In idle mode, press
to access the main menu, scroll to
highlight Tools and press
Internet and press
(SELECT) or
(SELECT) or
. Select Access
. See also page 83.
When you launch the browser, a browser greeting screen as shown
below will pop up and your phone will start dialing simultaneously.
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Browser key mapping
• Back to the previous
page.
• Long press—back to
homepage.
• Browser’s 2nd soft key.
• Linking to the next web
page.
• Browser’s 1st soft key.
• Selecting a browser
menu
option
or
confirming an operation.
• Ending a mobile
Internet session
and back to
idle.
1
0
~
9
3
2
:
• Selecting a Web item/
browser menu option.
• Entering
digits
or
characters.
4
GH I
7 PQ RS
6
5
8
9
• Scrolling Web items or
browser menu options.
• Moving cursor in input.
0
• Long press to access
the browser menu.
Surfing the Internet
After you log on successfully, the homepage you connect to will
appear. Use the following keys to navigate through the web pages:
• Press
• Press
• Press
to scroll up and down the Web menu.
to link to the next web page.
to return to the previous page; long press
to go
back to homepage.
• Press
(browser's 1st soft key) and
(browser's 2nd soft key)
to execute the commands displayed at the bottom of the browser
screen.
You can specify a homepage of your own. See page 34. Your
network service provider specifies the default homepage.
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Several messages may appear while navigating:
Message
Description
Waiting
This message appears before logging on successfully.
Sending
Sending data to the Internet.
Receiving
Receiving data from the Internet.
Network not
responding
The website you connect to is not responding.
Logging off the Internet
To return to idle mode, press
to terminate your Internet
connection and close the browser. The phone will hang up
simultaneously.
Using browser menu
When you browse web pages, long press
to access the browser
menu. The browser menu contains the options below. Scroll and
press
(OK), or press a number key to select. To return from the
current browser menu to the previous screen or web content, press
. Long press
to return to the web content directly. You can
also press
(browser's 1st soft key) and
(browser's 2nd soft
key) to execute the commands displayed at the bottom of the
browser screen. Press
to get back to the idle screen directly.
1 Reload
Reloads the current web page.
2 Home
Goes back to the homepage. To specify a homepage, please see
Homepage on page 34.
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3 Bookmarks
You can open the Bookmarks list to choose a web bookmark. (The
Bookmarks list is stored in the remote server. It can be used only
when you are connected to network.)
4 Mark Site
Bookmarks the current web site or web page to the My Favorites list.
5 My Favorites
• On the My Favorites list you can select a bookmark and press
(menu), then you can edit the name and web address stored in the
bookmark, or erase the bookmark.
• You can also scroll the My Favorites list and press
to a web site bookmarked on the list.
(OK) to link
6 Go to Site
Goes to a specified web site. Enter the address of a desired website
and press
(OK) to connect.
7 Disconnect
Disconnects from the Web but stays in the browser menu for off-line
browsing.
8 About Phone.com
You can read related information about the Phone.com, the browser
version and handset type.
9 Advanced...
You can enter this Advanced setting menu for the following:
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1 Show URL
Shows the web address of the current page. It can be used to
save the current page as your homepage, which can quickly
bring you to the page without waiting next time you activate the
browser from idle mode.
2 Homepage
Specifies a homepage. The homepage you specified is opened
every time you connect to the web main screen or select Home
in the browser menu. You can select this item to get to the editor
screen and specify a desired homepage by entering its web
address. (However, some network service providers do not allow
the user to specify the homepage).
3 Set Up. Link
Selects the UP. Link servers. You can choose to connect to one
specific server. For details on the setting parameters please see
Browser Setup on page 67.
4 Offline Services
Your phone saves the last browsed web pages in its temporary
memory (Cache). You can access a desired web page off-line by
selecting this item. If the web page you want is not stored in the
temporary memory, you will be prompted to connect to the web
service. If the temporary memory is cleared, all web content
stored in it will be erased. Please refer to the Clear Cache
option under Browser Setup on page 69.
5 Outbox
Displays outbox status screen. The unsent information (such as
an unsent Web-based e-mail) is stored here when you navigate
the Web. You can come here to see if there is any unsent
information and send it again the next time you link to the Web.
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6 Restart UP. Browser
Restarts the browser.
7 Encryption
View the encryption information. This function is for security.
There is a security key stored in the browser. The key is used to
encrypt data when transmitting data between the handset and
server. Press
to show the following options:
Verify Key
Verifies the checksum of the key.
New Key
Requests a new key from the server.
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7. The Menus
Your phone's menus cover a wide variety of features. The main menu
is made up of 8 animated images. Each represents a specific main
menu option consisting of related submenus.
Using the menus
Normal access to an option
For example, if you want to change the language setting:
• Press
• Press
to access the
main menu.
for Phone
Setting and press
(SELECT) or
• Press
for
the
desired language and
press
or
.
• Settings are successful.
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• Press
for Language
and press
or
.
(SELECT)
.
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Press
(QUIT or EXIT) or
to return to the previous menu.
Shortcut access
In the main menu, type a corresponding function code listed behind
each option in the following sections. By means of the shortcut
access you can quickly reach a desired function.
For example, if you want to change the language setting (The
function code for the language setting is 4-6):
• Press
(M)
• Press 4 GHI
to
access the main menu.
• Press a corresponding
number key for a
desired language.
to access
Phone Setting.
• Press 6
to access
Language.
• Settings are successful.
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Phone Book (1)
The Phone Book menu allows you to view the phone book
directory you create and add and delete entries. In this
menu you can choose from the following:
Last number (1-1)
Missed (1-1-1)
Displays the last missed calls.*
* Network/Subscription dependent.
Press
to browse the calls. Then press
(SELECT) or
to choose from the following:
Call
Calls back.
Save
Saves the number into the SIM card memory’s phone book:
a. Enter the name and confirm the telephone number and
press
(OK) or
.
b. Add the phone book record to a preferred caller group list,
and press
(SELECT) or
.
What is a caller group?
A caller group has its specific settings, i.e. ring tone, image, etc.
When a member of a particular caller group phones you or sends
you a text message, your phone will make that group's ring tone
and display the image defined for that group, so you can tell
immediately which group the caller belongs to before you answer
the call.
• Each name in the phonebook can belong to only one caller group.
• For how to customize the settings of each caller group, see Caller
Group (1-6) on page 42.
• To activate/deactivate the Caller Group function, go to Caller
Group (7-5). See page 78.
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c. Your phone will assign a location number for this record.
Press
(OK) or
to confirm.
d. You will be prompted to add a voice tag to this record.
Press
(OK) or
and record a voice tag for this
phone number record.*
*For details on how to add a voice tag, see page 40.
Delete
Deletes the number.
Received (1-1-2)
Displays the last received calls.*
* Network/Subscription dependent.
You can use this option the same way as Missed (1-1-1).
Dialed (1-1-3)
Displays the last dialed calls.*
* Network/Subscription dependent.
You can use this option the same way as Missed (1-1-1).
Delete All (1-1-4)
Deletes all records of missed, received, or sent calls.
Find Record (1-2)
Follow the prompt to enter the name. When done, press
(OK) or
, the corresponding location, telephone number and name will
appear on the screen. You can also find a Phone Book record by
typing the first letter of its name. For example, if the name starts
with "K", enter "K" and press
(OK) or
. The names starting
with "K" will appear on the screen. Scroll through the names until the
one you want appears on the screen.
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to choose from the options
below:
Call
Dials the number.
Edit
You can edit the record here. Modify the name, number and
select a caller group for the number.
Delete
Deletes the record.
Copy
Copies the record to another location. Choose to copy the record
to the SIM or phone memory, enter the location number, and
press
(OK) or
.
Voice Dial
To add a voice tag
When you enter this option, "Add Voice Tag?" pops up. Press
(OK) or
and say the recipient's name loud and clear
over the microphone after tone. The handset will replay the
voice tag if recording is successful. Then a special icon will
appear at the top of the record indicating the voice tag has
been attached to this record.
The next time you display this phonebook record the handset
will play its voice tag simultaneously.
* For how to activate/deactivate Voice Dial, see page 70. For how
to make a voice dial call see page 12.
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Record already with a voice tag
Playback
Play the voice tag of this record.
Edit
Change the voice tag the same way as you add a voice
tag.
Delete
Delete the voice tag.
Add Entry to SIM (1-3)
You can store phone book records in your SIM card memory:
a. Enter the name and phone number and press
(OK) or
.
b. Add the phonebook name to a preferred caller group list, and press
(SELECT) or
.
c. Your phone will assign a location number for this record. Press
(OK) or
to confirm.
d. You will be prompted to add a voice tag to this record. Press
(OK) or
page 40.
and record a voice tag the same way as described on
When you enter a new phone number, use the international
number format:
Long press 0
to display "+" and enter the corresponding
country code and the phone number. By doing so, you do not have
to change the records when you are roaming in other countries.
Add Entry to Phone (1-4)
You can store phone book records in the phone memory by selecting
this option. The steps are the same as described in Add Entry to
SIM.
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Delete (1-5)
You can erase phonebook records that are no longer needed:
By Name (1-5-1)
Deletes records by name.
Enter the name of the record and press
record will display on the screen. Press
(OK) or
(OK) or
. The
to
delete.
Delete All In SIM (1-5-2)
Deletes all phone book records stored in the SIM card memory.
You will be prompted to enter the phone code before you delete
all records. Enter the phone code and press
(OK) or
to
delete.
Delete All In Phone (1-5-3)
Deletes all records stored in the phone memory. Steps are the
same as describe in Delete All In SIM.
All Voice Tag (1-5-4)
Erase all taped voice tags from phone book records. Enter the
phone code and press
(OK) or
to delete.
Caller Group (1-6)
You have 5 caller groups to choose from (Default Group and
Group 1~4).You can add any phone book records to a particular
caller group and define such settings as ring tones, images, etc. for
incoming calls from a specific group.
• Settings for Default Group are also applied to incoming calls not
assigned to a caller group.
• To activate/deactivate the Caller Group function, go to Caller
Group (7-5), see page 78.
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Settings for Default Group and Group 1~4 are as follows:
View List
View the phone book names stored in this group.
• If no records were added, “No Matching Record” will pop up.
• If this group already has records in it, you can scroll the records
and when the desired one appears, press
(SELECT) or
to choose to dial the number (Call) or move this record to
another caller group (Edit).
Rename
Change the title of this group. (not available in Default Group)
Vibracall
Set the vibration mode for this group:
Off: Turn the vibration mode off.
Vibrate and Ring: The handset rings and vibrates simultaneously
when there is an incoming call from this group.
Vibrate only: The handset vibrates without ringing when a call
comes in from this group.
Vibrate then Ring: When a call comes in from this group, the
handset vibrates ten times first before it rings.
Ring Type
Define a ring tone for this group. Your phone will ring in the tone
you choose when there is an incoming call from this group.
SMS Alert
Specify an alert tone for short messages from this group.
Icon
Specify an animated icon for this group.
The animated icon you choose will appear when someone
belonging to this group phones you.
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Voice Dial (1-7)
When you enter this option, a list of phone book records with voice
tags will appear. Scroll the list for the record you want and press
(SELECT) or
. You will see the following:
Playback
Play the voice tag of the selected record.
Edit
Change the voice tag the same way as you add a voice tag.
Delete
Erase the voice tag from this record. When erased, the voice tag
list will not have this record.
Service Number (1-8)
Under this option you can view and call the service phone numbers
provided by your network operator.* These numbers are stored and
locked by your operator in your SIM card.
* Network/SIM card dependent.
Own Number (1-9)
Sets or displays the record of your current SIM card number.
• If no own number records are saved in the memory, “No Records
Add Record?” will display on the screen. Press
(OK) or
and enter your name and phone number, then specify a location for
this number (1 or 2).
• If you have already entered your own number data, press
(OK)
or
and choose to add a new record, edit or delete the current
record.
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Status (1-10)
This menu option allows you to view the numbers of free and
occupied phonebook entries. The phone memory can store up to 100
phonebook records, while the number of available entries in the SIM
memory varies, depending on the network service you subscribe to.
The screen will show the numbers of available and occupied entries
in the SIM card. You can press
to view the numbers of free and
occupied entries in the phone memory.
Copy Record (1-11)
This function allows you to copy or move phonebook records
between the SIM and phone memories.
SIM->Phone (1-11-1)
Copy or move phonebook records from the SIM into the phone
memory.
Single (1-11-1-1)
Copy or move a single phonebook record from the SIM
memory into the phone memory.
Keep original (1-11-1-1-1)
Copy a single record from the SIM memory and paste it
into the phone memory, while the original record is still
kept in the SIM memory. Scroll through the records
stored in the SIM memory. When the desired one
appears, press
(OK) or
and the record will be
copied into the phone memory.
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Delete Original (1-11-1-1-2)
Remove a single record from the SIM memory and store
it in the phone memory. Scroll through the records stored
in the SIM memory. When the desired one appears, press
(OK) or
and the record will be moved into the
phone memory.
All (1-11-1-2)
Copy or move all records from the SIM card into the phone
memory.
Keep original (1-11-1-2-1)
Copy all of the records from the SIM memory into the
phone memory, while the original records remain in the
SIM memory. After entering this option, the screen will
show the total number of the records and ask if you want
to copy all the records. Press
(OK) or
and all the
records will be copied into the phone memory.
Delete Original (1-11-1-2-2)
Remove all the records from the SIM and paste them into
the phone memory.
Phone->SIM (1-11-2)
Single (1-11-2-1)
Copy or move a single phonebook record from the phone
memory into the SIM memory.
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Keep original (1-11-2-1-1)
Copy a single record from the phone memory and paste
it into the SIM memory, while the original record is still
kept in the phone memory. Scroll through the records
stored in the phone memory. When the desired one
appears, press
(OK) or
and the record will be
copied into the SIM memory.
Delete Original (1-11-2-1-2)
Remove a single record from the phone memory and
store it in the SIM memory. Scroll through the records
stored in the phone memory. When the desired one
appears, press
(OK) or
and the record will be
moved into the SIM memory.
All (1-11-2-2)
Copy or move all records from the phone memory into the
SIM card.
Keep original (1-11-2-2-1)
Copy all of the records from the phone memory into the
SIM memory, while the original records remain in the
phone memory. After entering this option, the screen will
show the total number of the records and ask if you want
to copy all the records. Press
(OK) or
and all the
records will be copied into the SIM memory.
Delete Original (1-11-2-2-2)
Remove all the original records from the phone memory
and paste them into the SIM.
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Messages (2)
The following
dependent.
options
are
network
and
subscription
Inbox (2-1)
If a new message is received by the phone, a tone is sounded, and
the prompt "Read?" pops up with
(
also appears on the
upper left of the idle screen). Press
(OK) or
to display the
message record directly, or enter this menu option to do so. Then
you will see the record of the last received message showing its
delivery time, date and phone number or caller ID (provided stored in
(SELECT) or
the phone book). Press
to read the message. If
you have two or more new messages, press
message records and press
(SELECT) or
After reading a message, press
to browse the
to read.
(OPTION) or
for the
following options:
Reply
Reply to the message. When you are finished with a reply
message, press
(OK) or
to choose from the following
options:
Single Recipient
Send the reply message to one recipient. When the
recipient’s phone number appears, press
send the message directly.
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Multiple Recipients
By Entry
You can send the message to the recipients you choose
from your phone book entries. Scroll the entries and
press
(SELECT) to select the recipients to whom you
want to send message. You can also press
(CANCEL)
to deselect a recipient. When done, press
to show
the list of the selected recipients. Press
(CHANGE) if
you want to change the list (the way you change the list
is the same as you select/deselect a recipient). Finally,
press
recipients.
to send your message to the selected
By Group
You can send the message to the members you select
from a particular caller group. Choose a preferred group
and select recipients in the same way you select by entry
from the phone book.
Select Icon*
Insert an animated icon into the message. This option works
the same way as Select Icon in the input mode menu. See
page 25 for details on the Select Icon feature.
* The Select Icon option will not appear if you already have an
icon attached to the message.
* The Select Icon feature is disabled after 160 characters are
entered.
Preview
View the modified message. If the message comes along
with an animated icon, the icon will pop up on the screen
first, then you can press
to display the text message.
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Save
Enter a phone number and press
(OK) or
to save
the message to Outbox.
Delete
Deletes the message. When done, "Deleted Read Next?" will
display on the screen. If you want to read the next message,
press
(OK) or
. If you want to exit, press
(QUIT) or
.
Start Chat
This option allows you to initiate a chat session by replying to a
received message in Inbox. You will be prompted to enter your
nickname and a chat message. When done, press
(OK) or
to initiate the chat session. For more information on SMS
Chat, see page 53.
Call Back
Dials the number shown on the record of the received message.
Edit
You can edit the received message. When done, press
or
(OK)
to choose from the following options:
Single Recipient
You can send the message to one recipient in two ways:
„ Simply enter the recipient's phone number as you are
prompted to do so and press
the message directly.
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„ If
you want to select a number from the Phone Book
when you are prompted to enter the phone number,
you can press
(SELECT) or
and enter the
recipient’s name saved in the Phone Book. When the
desired phone number appears, press
(OK) or
to send the message. You can also press
or
twice to select a phone number directly from the Phone
Book without having to enter the name first.
Multiple Recipients
By Entry
You can send the message to the recipients you choose
from your phone book entries. Scroll the entries and
press
(SELECT) to select the recipients to whom you
want to send message. You can also press
(CANCEL)
to deselect a recipient. When done, press
to show
the list of the selected recipients. Press
(CHANGE) if
you want to change the list (the way you change the list
is the same as you select/deselect a recipient). Finally,
press
recipients.
to send your message to the selected
By Group
You can send the message to the members you select
from a particular caller group. Choose a preferred group
and select recipients in the same way you select by entry
from the phone book.
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Select Icon*
Insert an animated icon into the message. This option works
the same way as Select Icon in the input mode menu. See
page 25 for details on the Select Icon feature.
* The Select Icon option will not appear if you already have an
icon attached to the message.
* The Select Icon feature is disabled after 160 characters are
entered.
Preview
View the modified message. If the message comes along
with an animated icon, the icon will pop up on the screen
first, then you can press
to display the text message.
Save
Enter a phone number and press
(OK) or
to save
the message to Outbox.
Send
Forwards the received message to one or more recipients. You
can do this the same way as described on page 50.
Use Number
Displays and uses the phone number of the message.
If a message has more than one number, you can use
scroll the numbers. When the desired one appears, press
(SELECT) or
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Save
Saves the phone number in the Phone Book. Enter the name
and confirm the phone number. Then specify a caller group
(OK)
and location number for the phone number. Press
or
to save the number. Finally tape a voice tag for the
phone number.
Call
Press
(SELECT) or
to dial the number.
New Message (2-2)
This function allows you to write short messages.
Write down the message you want. When done, press
(OK) or
to choose to send or save the message.
This option has the same submenu as Edit in Inbox (2-1).
SMS Chat (2-3)
This feature is network support and subscription dependent.
You can engage in a peer-to-peer chat session by writing short
messages to the other mobile phone user. There are three ways of
initiating a chat session:
1. You can select a previously received message in Inbox (2-1) and
choose Start Chat to set up a chat session. See page 50.
2. When someone invites you to a chat by sending you a chat
message, or when she/he accepts your chat invitation by replying
to your chat message, the chat prompt will pop up showing her/his
name followed by a message. Then you can choose to join the
chat or reject the chat by pressing a corresponding soft key.
3. If you come to this SMS Chat menu to open a chat session, select
Start Chat (2-3-1):
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• First enter a nickname you’d like to use during a chat. Then
write down the message you wish to send and press
or
(OK)
. Finally enter the phone number of the person you want
to chat with and press
(OK) or
to send the message to
invite the recipient to a chat.
• When you have sent a chat message, the message is displayed
on the screen as nickname:>message. Then you can
continue the chat by sending another message.
• If you want to leave the chat session screen, press
(QUIT).
Then you can enter this SMS Chat menu again and choose
Resume Chat to go on with a chat session, or choose End
Chat to terminate a chat session.
• When you are interrupted by an incoming call during a chat
session:
„ You
can press
to answer the call. Upon ending the
call, the screen returns to idle. Then you may resume
the chat session by selecting Resume Chat from the
SMS Chat menu.
„ You can press
to reject the incoming call and
continue the chat by selecting Resume Chat from the
SMS Chat menu.
• You can choose History from the SMS Chat menu and view a
chat log recording the chat conversions. You can also erase the
log data by choosing Erase History.
Icon Message (2-4)
In this option, you can first select an icon you like, then write down a
text message you’d like to send with the icon. When done, choose to
send or save the message. This option has the same submenu as
Edit in Inbox (2-1).
* The Icon Message feature is disabled after 160 characters are
entered.
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Quick Msg (2-5)
This function allows you to personalize the Quick Msg list by writing
and storing your own sentences. You can also use the sentences
already stored in this list to edit a message.
To write and store your Quick Msg sentences
In the Quick Msg list, pick one out of the first five empty entries and
select Edit to start writing your own sentences. When done, press
(OK) or
to save the sentence. The screen will return to the
Quick Msg list showing the sentence stored in the selected entry.
To access a Quick Msg sentence you wrote
In the Quick Msg list, scroll to a desired sentence you wrote and
press
(SELECT) or
, or press a corresponding number key to
select. The following will appear:
View
Displays the entire sentence. Then you can modify the
sentence into the message you want. When finished, press
(OK) or
to choose to send or save the message.
This option has the same submenu as Edit in Inbox (2-1).
Send
You can send the message to one or more recipients. You
can do this the same way as described on page 50.
Edit
Modify the sentence. When finished, press
(OK) or
to save the modified sentence to its Quick Msg entry.
Delete
Deletes the sentence. When done, the entry where the
sentence was previously stored will become blank.
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To access a preset Quick Msg sentence
In the Quick Msg list, scroll to a preset sentence you want and press
(SELECT) or
, or press a number key to select from
sentences 6~9. Then choose View or Send. Operations are the
same as described above.
Outbox (2-6)
You can use this function to read the messages you saved. After
entering this option, you will see the record of the last saved
message showing its phone number and record number. Scroll the
records until the one you want appears on the screen. Then press
(SELECT) or
(OPTION) or
to view the message. When finished, press
to choose from the following:
Delete
Deletes the selected message.
When done, "Deleted Read Next?" will pop up. If you want to
read the next message, press
exit, press
(QUIT) or
(OK) or
. If you want to
.
Edit
Operation and submenu are the same as those of Edit in Inbox
(2-1).
Send
Sends the message to one or more recipients. You can do this
the same way as described on page 50.
Use Number
Displays and uses the phone number of the message.
Operations and submenu are the same as those of Use Number
in Inbox (2-1), see page 52.
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Voice Mail (2-7)
You can call the voice mailbox provided by your operator and listen to
the voice mail left by a caller.
Once your voicemail box receives a message,
center of the screen. Press
find
or
pops up at the
to return to idle, and you will
on the screen indicating a voice mail is waiting at line 1.
(
will show up if line 2 is in use).* Then you can long press
to dial the voice mailbox number directly, or enter this menu option
to do so.
* 1. All voice mail icons are network support dependent. 2. For how to
designate the line in use, please see Line In Use (3-5) on page 64.
Call (2-7-1)
Dial the voice mailbox number to listen to the voice mail.
Edit (2-7-2)
You can modify your voice mailbox number. Enter the voice
mailbox number provided by your operator and press
or
(OK)
.
Broadcast (2-8)
You can receive cell broadcast offered by your network operator, and
choose preferred topics and languages.
Receive (2-8-1)
Choose whether or not to receive the cell broadcast provided by
your operator.
Topics (2-8-2)
Display the topics of the broadcast message.
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After entering this item, "No Topics Add Topic?" will appear if no
topics have been saved before. Press
(OK) or
and enter
the topic you want. If you have entered a topic before, it will
appear on the screen when you select this item. You can then
choose to add a new topic, edit or delete the saved one.
Language (2-8-3)
Display broadcast messages only in the languages you select.
Scroll the languages and press
(SELECT) or
to select.
Settings (2-9)
This menu includes several options to adjust the message settings:
Route Center (2-9-1)
This option stores the phone number of the message center. The
message you send is transmitted via this message center to the
recipient.
Enter the message center number provided by your operator and
press
(OK) or
to save the number.
Valid Period (2-9-2)
You can select the length of time that your text messages are
stored at the message center while the message center attempts
to deliver them.
Reply Path (2-9-3)
You can ask the network to set the route of the reply message
via your own message center. If you set this function on and
send a message to someone and the person replies, the reply
message will follow the path of the previous message that you
sent.
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Notification (2-9-4)
If you activate this function, your network operator will send you
a delivery report.
Format (2-9-5)
You can ask the network to convert your text message into
different formats. Select from the following formats: Text,
Paging, E-Mail, Fax, Voice, ERMES, Telex and Grp4 Fax.
Delete All (2-10)
Deletes all the messages.
Call Services (3)
Call Services provide several options to manage your calls.
Functions under this menu are network support and subscription
dependent.
Call Records (3-1)
This menu contains records of call cost and duration.
Time (3-1-1)
This function records the information of call duration.
Last Call (3-1-1-1)
Shows duration of the last call in hours, minutes & seconds.
All Calls (3-1-1-2)
Shows the total duration of all types of calls.
Outgoing Calls (3-1-1-3)
Shows the total duration of all outgoing calls.
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Incoming Calls (3-1-1-4)
Shows the total duration of all incoming calls.
Clear Time (3-1-1-5)
Clear all duration data.
Cost (3-1-2)
This function records the information of call cost.
Last Call (3-1-2-1)
Shows the cost of the last call.*
* Network support dependent.
All Calls (3-1-2-2)
Shows the total cost of all calls.*
* Network support dependent.
Clear Cost (3-1-2-3)
Clears all cost data.*
* PIN 2 is required.
What is PIN2?
• PIN2 is a second set of PIN that is used mainly to control limited
services such as call cost limitation and fixed dialing numbers.
• If entered incorrectly three times in a row, PIN2 will be locked up.
To unblock PIN2, you need to enter the PUK2 code. Please call
the operator, and ask for PUK2.
Call Rate (3-1-3)
Cost Limit (3-1-3-1)
You can set a limit to the total call cost. Your phone cannot
be used to make a pay call if call cost goes beyond that limit.
When this function is activated, the remaining cost will
appear on the screen.
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On: Enable the cost limit function.*
* PIN2 is required.
Off: Disable this function.
Currency (3-1-3-2)
Allows you to enter a preferred currency base for calculating
the cost of your calls.*
* PIN2 is required.
Charge Unit (3-1-3-3)
Allows you to enter the unit price for calculating the cost.*
* PIN2 is required.
Call Divert (3-2)
You can choose from the following call divert modes as needed.
Divert Voice (3-2-1)
Divert incoming voice calls to a designated phone number.
Activate
Choose to divert calls to your voice mailbox or a designated
phone number, then enter the phone number to divert to and
press
(OK) or
. When you divert calls,
will appear, depending on which line you divert.
appear if you divert both line1 and line2.*
or
will
* For how to designate the line in use, see page 64.
Cancel
Disables this function.
Status
Shows the status of this function.
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When Busy (3-2-2)
Incoming calls are sent to a designated number when your
phone is busy. Settings are the same as those for Divert Voice
(3-2-1).
If No Reply (3-2-3)
When an incoming call is not answered, it will be sent to a
designated phone number. Settings are the same as those for
Divert Voice.
Unreachable (3-2-4)
When the phone is off or located outside the network service
area, incoming calls will be sent to a designated number. Settings
are the same as those for Divert Voice.
Divert Cond. (3-2-5)
Diverts all incoming calls to a designated number when your
phone is busy, unreachable or there is no reply from your phone.
Choose to enable/disable this function.
Cancel All (3-2-6)
Cancels all call divert Settings.
Call Barring (3-3)
You can set up limitations to restrict outgoing or incoming calls.
All Outgoing (3-3-1)
Bars all outgoing calls. Options are as follows:
Activate
Enter the password provided by your network operator and
press
62
(OK) or
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Cancel
Enter the password provided by your network operator and
press
(OK)
to disable the function.
Status
Show the status of this function.
Int'l Out (3-3-2)
Bars all outgoing international calls. Settings are the same as
those for All Outgoing (3-3-1).
Int Exc Home (3-3-3)
Bars outgoing international calls except calls that are connected
to home country. Settings are the same as those for All
Outgoing.
All Incoming (3-3-4)
Bars all incoming calls. Settings are the same as those for All
Outgoing.
In When Roam (3-3-5)
Bars incoming calls when roaming (when you are traveling
abroad). Settings are the same as those for All Outgoing.
Cancel All (3-3-6)
Cancels all call barring settings. Enter the password provided by
your network operator and press
(OK) or
.
Change Code (3-3-7)
Change the password for the Call Barring feature.
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Call Waiting (3-4)
When you are on another call and an incoming call is directed to your
phone, an incoming call number and a call-waiting message will
appear to remind you. Choose to activate, cancel or check the status
of this function.
Line in Use (3-5)
This function allows you to use two different telephone numbers for
one single phone. You can designate the number used to make a call
and use both of these numbers simultaneously to receive calls
without having to use two phones to do so.
Choose Line or Line 2. The icon of the line you selected (
will appear on the idle screen.*
or
)
* Network support dependent.
Show Number (3-6)
You can decide whether or not to show your number on the
recipient's phone when you make a call:
Preset (3-6-1)
Whether or not the recipient's phone will display your number
depends on the default setting on the network side.
On (3-6-2)
The recipient's phone will show your number when you send a
call.
Off (3-6-3)
Your phone number will not appear on the recipient’s phone.
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Phone Setting (4)
This menu allows you to program the phone's various
settings as needed.
ScreenSaver (4-1)
This menu allows your handset to display the screensaver animation
you download from a screensaver website. You can also choose to
display the default animation stored in the phone memory.
Off (4-1-1)
Deactivate the screensaver function. The LCD screen will display
phone and network information in idle mode. No animation will
appear if you select this option.
Download New (4-1-2)
Initiate a WAP session to download an animation from the
preassigned screensaver website. The animation you download
will be stored as an option following Animation 1 and
Animation 2 under this ScreenSaver menu.
• To successfully download animations, you must subscribe to WAP
services and do proper WAP settings in Browser Setup (4-4).
• You can also download animations by selecting ScreenSaver (81) in the Tools menu, see page 82.
• SIS Animation by NeoMtel.
Animation 1 (4-1-3)
Display the handset’s default animation 1.
The screensaver you select will be displayed on the idle screen if
no incoming call is received and you leave the keypad untouched
for about 20-30 seconds. The screensaver will disappear
temporarily if there is an incoming call received by the phone or
when you touch any key on the keypad.
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Animation 2 (4-1-4)
Display the handset’s default animation 2. Scenarios are the
same as described in Animation 1 after you choose to display
animation 2 or any of the animations you downloaded from the
Web.
Set Time & Date (4-2)
Sets current date and time to be displayed on the idle screen.To set
the date, use number keys to enter year, month and day, then press
(OK) or
to confirm. To set current time (24 hr format), use
to enter the hour, then press
0
and enter the minute the same
way. You can also use number keys to type the exact time directly. If
you want to clear digits, press
(DELETE).
Power On/Off (4-3)
This function allows you to have your phone automatically turned on
and off at specified times, helping you save battery life.
Be sure to turn off the power on/off feature when traveling on an
airplane or in other situations where the use of the mobile phone is
prohibited.
Power On Time (4-3-1)
Specify a time at which your phone is automatically turned on.
Use
or number keys to enter hour and minute (24 hr format).
Power Off Time (4-3-2)
Specify a time at which your phone is automatically turned off.
Enable Always (4-3-3)
Enable this mode and your phone will be powered on and off
daily at specified times until you reconfigure this mode.
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Enable Once (4-3-4)
Enable this mode and your phone will perform only one cycle of
power on and power off. Your phone will remain in its present
state until otherwise instructed.
For example, if you set power-on time for 08:00 and power-off
time for 22:00 and select Enable Once at 12:00 while leaving
your phone on, the phone will be powered off at 22:00 and then
powered on again at 08:00 and remain on. If you select Enable
Once at 06:00 and then turn the phone off, the phone will be
powered on at 08:00 and powered off again at 22:00 and remain
off until manually turned on again. If you select Enable Once at
06:00 but keep the phone on, the phone will remain on until
22:00. At 08:00 the next day, the phone will be powered on and
remain on until manually turned off.
Disable (4-3-5)
Disable all scheduled power on/off settings.
Browser Setup (4-4)
To successfully get online using your phone, you need to subscribe to
WAP services available from your network operator or Internet
Service Provider (ISP), and do proper WAP settings here.
Proxy Setting (4-4-1)
Necessary settings for mobile Internet access are made under
this item. You have profile 1 ~ 3 to choose from. For example, if
you select Profile 1:*
* Profile 2 and 3 have the same submenu as profile 1.
Profile 1
Press
(SELECT) or
, and the following options will
appear:
Activate
Set Profile 1 as default.
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Data Info
Enter the following account information provided by your
ISP.
„ Phone #: this is the number that your phone will dial to
access the Internet. Your ISP provides this number.
„ User: this is your user ID, provided by your ISP.
„ Password: key in the password provided by your ISP.
Then set Baud Rate (i.e. data transmission rate) and Line
Type:
„ Baud Rate: the default setting is 9600, which is the
standard data rate for GSM phones.
„ Line Type: this is the type of call you make to your ISP.
The default setting is ISDN.
Primary Data
This is the IP address of the gateway (ISP main server)
through which you access the Internet. Enter the IP
provided by your service provider.
Secondary
Enter the backup IP if available. The backup IP will be
used if the main server does not respond during dial-up.
Home page
Specify the homepage by entering its web address. If the
network service provider has set their default homepage,
however, the page you specify here will not appear. You
can also specify a home page in the browser menu. See
page 34.The homepage you specify in the browser menu
has priority over the page you specify in this option.
Edit Profile Name
You can change the profile name here.
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Idle Time Out (4-4-2)
You can specify the time the phone waits before hanging up if it
detects no Internet activities. Minimum: 30 seconds; Maximum:
1000 seconds.
Clear Cache (4-4-3)
The cache serves as a temporary memory that stores last
browsed web content. Clear the cache will erase all web content
stored in it.
Key Lock (4-5)
You can activate the keypad lock to prevent unintentional key-in
actions, say, when you put your phone in a bag. In idle, you can also
long press
to activate the lock. When the lock is enabled,
will appear at the bottom of the idle mode screen. You still can
answer phone calls by pressing
, then press
. To unlock, press
(Unlock) or
.
Auto KeyLock (4-5-1)
The key lock will be activated approximately 30 seconds after
you set this mode on.
Lock now (4-5-2)
Activate the key lock immediately.
Off (4-5-3)
Disable the function.
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Language (4-6)
You can select the language used to display information.
• The language you choose will be stored in your SIM card memory.
Accordingly, the language setting may change if you insert a
different SIM card.
• If you want to use the default language setting locked in the
phone memory, select Automatic (4-6-1).
Input Mode (4-7)
You can set the default input mode that comes along with the editor
screen.
Time Alert (4-8)
Your phone will beep every minute during a call. Select On or Off.
Auto Redial (4-9)
If you make a call that is not answered, your phone will redial the
number continuously. Your phone will redial up to 10 times before the
call is answered. Choose to turn this function on or off.
Back Light (4-10)
Adjusts the duration of the LCD backlight. The backlight will be
turned on the moment the phone receives calls, messages, etc., or
when you touch any key on the keypad. Select a desired time period
or choose to turn the backlight off.
Voice Dial (4-11)
Enable/disable the voice dial mode in idle.
Restore (4-12)
Reset all settings to default. Enter the phone code (the default phone
code is 1234) and press
70
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Network (5)
When turning on your mobile phone, the phone
automatically connects to the designated network operator.
This menu allows you to select an appropriate network
operator and system as needed.*
* Network and subscription dependent.
Automatic (5-1)
The phone will perform another network operator search after this
function is selected.
Manual (5-2)
The phone lists the available network operators for you to choose
from.
Band (5-3)
Choose the frequency band for the GSM radio standard as needed. If
you select Automatic, your phone will detect the network
environment and select an appropriate network system automatically.
You can also connect your phone to a GSM 900 or GSM 1800 network
by choosing 900 MHz or 1800 MHz.
Security (6)
This menu ensures the security of your phone by setting PIN
check, phone code, SIM lock etc., as well as limitations on
particular outgoing and incoming phone calls.
Code Status (6-1)
PIN code (6-1-1)
Activate/Deactivate the PIN code.
Select On or Off. When you change the PIN code status, you will
be prompted to enter PIN.
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Phone Code (6-1-2)
Activate/Deactivate the phone code. The phone code helps
prevent unauthorized use of your phone. When this function is
on, you must enter your phone code every time you power on
your phone (there is no limitation on the number of wrong
attempts when you enter the phone code).
Select On or Off. When changing the phone code status, you
must enter your phone code. (The default phone code is 1234).
Change Code (6-2)
PIN Code (6-2-1)
You can change your PIN. You need to activate your PIN as
described in 6-1-1 before changing your PIN. First, enter the
original PIN and press
(OK) or
and press
. Enter the new PIN again and press
(OK) or
(OK) or
. Then enter the new PIN
to confirm.
PIN2 Code (6-2-2)
You can change PIN 2 code the same way you change your PIN.*
* When you enter a wrong PIN2 code three times in a row, you need
to enter the PUK2 code to unblock PIN2, if so provided by your
operator.
Phone Code (6-2-3)
You can change your phone code in the same way you change
your PIN.
Network Code (6-2-4)
You can change the network password in the same way you
change your PIN.
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Fixed Dial (6-3)
You can set limitations on the numbers you can call.
• You must get PIN2 before you can use this feature.
• If you enter a wrong PIN2 code three times in a row, you need to
enter the PUK2 code to unblock PIN2, if so provided by your
operator.
View (6-3-1)
You can view the fixed-dial numbers you set.
Set Status (6-3-2)
Enables/disables this feature. You will be prompted to enter PIN2
when you activate this feature.
Modify (6-3-3)
You need to enter PIN2 before you can add, edit and delete the
records of your fixed-dial numbers.
SIM Lock (6-4)
With this function, you can prevent unauthorized use of the phone
with unknown SIM cards.
After you set this function on, if the SIM card in your phone is not the
one used to enable this function, "Insert Correct SIM" will pop up
after you power on and enter the PIN. Press
and enter the
unlock code. If the unlock code entered is correct, the phone will
recognize the SIM card automatically. The next time you power on
your phone with this newly recognized SIM card, you will not be
prompted to enter the unlock code again. However, if the unlock
code entered is incorrect, the display will show "Insert Correct SIM"
again, and the phone will function as if the SIM card were not
inserted.* Your phone can recognize up to 3 different SIM cards.
* There is no limitation on the number of wrong attempts when you enter
the SIM lock code.
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Set Status (6-4-1)
Enables/disables the SIM lock. You need to enter the unlock code
first before you change the SIM lock status (The default unlock
code is 00000000).
Change Code (6-4-2)
Change the unlock code. You will be prompted to enter the
original unlock code first. Enter the original unlock code and new
unlock code twice and press
(OK) or
. The length of the
code may vary from 1 to 8 digits, depending on your setting.
User Group (6-5)
* Network support/ subscription dependent.
The Closed User Group (CUG) service enables users to form closed
user groups to and from which access is restricted. A user may be a
member of one or more CUGs. Members of a particular CUG can
communicate with each other but cannot speak, in general, with
users outside the group.
For details on this function, consult your network operator.
Preset (6-5-1)
Enables CUG service with default CUG number which is preset by
your network operator.
On (6-5-2)
Enter the CUG number to enable the CUG service.
Off (6-5-3)
Disables the CUG service.
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Audio Setting (7)
You can adjust the audio settings of your phone here.
Ring Type (7-1)
Select a ring tone from a variety of melodies. The ring tone you set in
this option will be used for the currently active profile (see Profiles
7-4 on page 76). Scroll the list of the available ring tones and listen
to a highlighted melody. Then press
(SELECT) or
to confirm
your choice.
Vibracall (7-2)
Select a desired vibration mode from the following options. The
vibration mode you set here will be used for the currently active
profile (see Profiles 7-4 on page 76).
Off:
Turn the vibration mode off.
Vibrate and Ring
The handset rings and vibrates simultaneously when a call comes
in.
Vibrate Only
The handset vibrates without ringing when a call comes in.
Vibrate then Ring
When a call comes in, the handset vibrates ten times first before
it rings.
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SMS Alert (7-3)
Select an alert tone for incoming short messages. Your phone will
make the tone you set when a short message has been received.The
alert tone you set in this option will be used for the currently active
profile (see Profiles 7-4).
Profiles (7-4)
This feature allows you to customize such audio settings as ring
tones, vibration, ring volume, etc. to suit a variety of occasions.
When you are in this menu, you will see a list of profiles. You can
customize the settings of each profile and activate one of these
profiles for a special event or situation.
General (7-4-1)
Activate (7-4-1-1)
Activates settings of the General profile.
Customize (7-4-1-2)
This menu allows you to customize the following as needed:
The settings you set in the Caller Group (1-6) have priority over
the following Profile settings (see page 42). Accordingly,
Vibracall, Ring Type and SMS Alert you set here are applied only
when the Caller Group feature is deactivated.
Vibracall
Sets the vibration mode:
„ Off: Turn the vibration mode off.
„ Vibrate and Ring: The handset rings and vibrates
simultaneously when a call comes in.
„ Vibrate Only: The handset vibrates without ringing
when a call comes in.
appears at the top of the idle
screen when you select this mode.*
* However,
will not appear if Caller Group feature is
on, unless you select Vibrate Only for all caller groups.
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then Ring: When a call comes in, the handset
vibrates ten times first before it rings.
„ Vibrate
Ring Type
Select a ringing mode from a variety of melodies. Scroll
the options and listen to the highlighted melody. Then
press
(SELECT) or
to confirm your choice.
Ring Volume
You can adjust the ring volume level
levels are available. Press
level and press
. A total of five
to change the ring volume
(SELECT) or
to confirm.
SMS Alert
Select the alert tone for incoming short messages. Your
phone will make the tone you set when a short message
has been received.
Keypad Tone
This setting determines whether keypad tones will be
sounded. Choose On or Off.
Answer By
2 modes are available for you to answer incoming calls:
Any Key: The incoming calls can be answered by
pressing any key.
*
cannot be used to answer incoming calls even when
the Any Key answering mode is activated.
Send Key: The calls can be answered by pressing
.
Connect Beep
This function allows your phone to beep, vibrate or flash
backlight when the recipient answers your call.
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Silent (7-4-2)
Settings are predefined for occasions where silence is required
(e.g. vibration on, ringer mode off, keypad tone off, etc.). You
can adjust the settings in the same way you adjust General (74-1).
Meeting (7-4-3)
Settings are predefined for the circumstances of a meeting. (e.g.
vibration on, ringer mode on, etc.). You can adjust the settings in
the same way you adjust General.
Outdoors (7-4-4)
Settings are predefined for outdoor activities (e.g., ringer volume
high). You can adjust the settings the same way you adjust
General.
Headset (7-4-5)
Settings are predefined for the occasions when the handsfree kit
is connected to your handset. You can adjust the settings the
same way you adjust General.
Personal (7-4-6)
Options are the same as under General. Adjust the settings in
the same way you adjust General.
Caller Group (7-5)
Activates/deactivates the Caller Group feature.
Edit Melody (7-6)
This function allows you to compose 5 ring melodies of your own
using the available musical notes stored in your phone memory.
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Select an empty ring and the following scale will pop up:
Composing a melody
• To set the note length: Press a corresponding number key
(
1
~
0
) to place the musical note of a desired length on the
scale (see the table below).
• To set the pitch of a note-c, d, e, f, g, a, b and the octave: When
the note of a particular length appears, press the same
corresponding number key (
1
~9
) several times to move
the note up and down on the scale.
• Press
to add
(not available for e, b).
• Press
• Press
to move the cursor between notes.
to delete a note; long press
to delete all notes.
The maximum duration of a score is 24 seconds. No further
note entry will be allowed once this limit is reached.
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Keypad mapping
The table below illustrates how to enter the musical notes of
different length and symbols using their corresponding keys:
Key
Note length
1
1/32
2
1/16
3
1/8
4 GH I
Note Symbol
(inverted)
3/16
5
1/4
6
3/8
7 PQRS
1/2
8
3/4
1
9
0
Rest
Sharp
80
Note symbol
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(Press the same
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Settings
When you finish the score of a melody, press
or
to
choose from the following:
Play
Play the melody you just composed.
Save Tone
Save the melody as an option of Ring Type in Profiles and
Caller Group settings.
Edit
Edit the score of the melody.
Rename
Change the name of the melody.*
* You must save the melody before you change its name.
Timebeat
Adjust the time beat to the rhythm you want.*
* You must save the melody before you change its time beat.
Delete
Delete the melody.
Send Melody
Send the melody to someone like you send a text message.*
* You must save the melody before you can send it. The Send
Melody feature is operator dependent.
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Tools (8)
This submenu provides the following features to better your
wireless life, such as the alarm, hour minder, calendar,
stopwatch, etc.
ScreenSaver (8-1)
This function allows you to download up to 3 screensaver animations
from a screensaver website.*
* You need to subscribe to WAP services before you can download
animations.
Download New (8-1-1)
You can also download animations by selecting ScreenSaver (41) in the Phone Setting menu. See page 65.
• If you enter this option for the first time, you will see a list of 3
empty screensaver entries. Select one from the list and press
(SELECT) or
. Your phone will initiate a WAP session
and take you directly to the preassigned Motorola®
screensaver website. Then you can download the animation
you want from the site.
• After the downloading is successful, the screen returns to the
animation list, and you will see the name of the animation
displayed in the entry you selected. This means that the
animation has been stored in this entry.You can then select this
new animation from the list and decide what to do with the
animation:
„ Play: Show the animation.
„ Delete: Delete the animation.
„ Screensaver: Activate the animation as the idle
screensaver. You can also do this in ScreenSaver (41). See page 65.
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Setup (8-1-2)
This option allows you to change the pre-stored web address
(URL), so you can download animations from another website.
When this option is first selected, the pre-stored animation URL
is provided. Then you can reset this URL. When done, press
(OK) or
website.
to save it as the default URL for a new screensaver
SIM Menu (8-2)
Your network operator provides this feature. Depending on your SIM
card and the services provided, there will be several extra options
under this option. However, if your network operator does not offer
these services, this item will not be displayed on the screen. For
details, please contact your operator.
Access Internet (8-3)
You can also access the Internet via the Quick Access menu by
pressing
in idle mode (see page 28). For details on how to surf
the Internet, please see chapter 6: The Mobile Internet on page
30.
Games (8-4)
Snake (8-4-1)
Make the snake grow longer by feeding it with as many goodies
as possible. Use
2
(up),
8
(down),
6
(right) and
4 GH I
(left), or
(clockwise/counterclockwise) to direct the
snake to a goody. The longer the snake, the higher the score.
You are not allowed to stop the snake or make it go backwards.
When the snake hits its own tail or eggs, or the surrounding
frame, a game is over. Then the screen will show your score.
After you select this game, you will see the following:
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Continue
Resume a paused game. This item appears only when a
game has been temporarily halted.
New Game
Start a new game. If you want to exit the game before it is
over (to halt a game), press
. To resume a halted game,
please go to Continue.
Last View
Show the result of the last game you play.
Level
Set the difficulty level of the game.
Top Score
Show the top score of a game ever played.
Instructions
Read the instructions for the game.
Tetris (8-4-2)
Tetris is a deceptively simple, completely addictive electronic
puzzle game. The object of the game is to position the falling
shapes, called “Tetraminoes,” across the bottom of a rectangular
pit. Tetraminoes are shapes created from 4 blocks joined
together into 7 different patterns. The Tetraminoes must be
rotated as they fall and positioned across the bottom leaving no
open spaces. When an entire horizontal line fills with blocks, the
line clears from the screen. If lines are not completely filled with
blocks, they will not clear from the screen, and the Tetraminoes
will continue to stack up higher and higher. If the stack of
Tetraminoes reaches the top, the game is over!
Use the following keys to move a falling piece:
•
84
or
5
rotates a falling Tetramino.
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•
,
2
, and
move a falling tetramino to the right or to
8
the left.
•
6
drops down a tetramino (if you don't want to wait for it to
reach the bottom).
The menu options in this game are the same as those in Snake.
Numbers (8-4-3)
Rearrange the numbers in the correct order shown below. Use
2
(up),
8
or
5
(down),
(right) and
6
4 GHI
(left), or
(up and down) to move the numbers. While playing, the
screen will show the time and steps you take.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
The menu options in this game are exactly the same as those in
Snake except that there is no Top Score.
Brick (8-4-4)
In this game you have to break an entire set of brick using a ball
and a racket. When you have broken all of the bricks, you go to
the next level with a new set of bricks to break.
• Start a game by pressing
or
5
to fire the ball. The ball is
moving through the screen, bouncing in different directions
after hitting the frame or the bricks. When the ball hits a brick,
the brick disappears.
• Use 6
(right) and 4 GHI (left) to move the racket horizontally
at the screen bottom. You can also press-hold these keys to
move the racket without stopping. When the ball reaches the
bottom, you must hit it to make it bounce towards the bricks.
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• You can change the direction in which the ball bounces by
hitting the ball in a particular angle.
• You have three credits for each game. If the ball goes past the
bottom, you lose a credit. The game ends if you lose all your
three credits.
• The more bricks you break, the more points you score.
• A falling object may appear when the ball hits the bricks. You
can tell what the object means by looking at the icon shown at
the bottom right of the screen, which helps you decide whether
to catch or dodge the object:
„ The skull warns you to dodge a deadly falling object. If
the object hits your racket, you lose one credit.
„ The
key
tells you to catch a falling object for access
to the next level directly.
„ $ tells you to get a falling object for bonus.
„ The missile tells you that catching the object will make
the ball bounce faster.
„
indicates that catching the object will shorten the
racket narrower.
„
indicates that catching the object will lengthen the
racket
The menu options in this game are the same as those in Snake.
Five Stone (8-4-5)
This is a two-player game. One player has black stones; the
other has white stones. A move is placing a stone on an
intersection. The two players make moves in turn. A player wins
the game if there are exactly 5 consecutive stones of his color on
the board in the horizontal or vertical or diagonal direction.
Before playing game, you should decide which side plays first by
choosing from the following options under New Game:
Handset
Your handset plays first.
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Player
You play first.
Use the following keys to play this game:
• Move the cursor using
(left),
4 GHI
• Press
(to upper left),
1
bottom left)
or
(up),
2
9
(down),
8
6
(to bottom right),
3
(to upper right).
5
to place a stone; press
(right),
7 PQRS
(to
to undo one step.
The menu options in this game are exactly the same as those in
Snake except that there is no Top Score.
Box World (8-4-6)
In this puzzle game your job is to get rid of all the boxes. This is
done by pushing each of them onto a fixed black object. When
you finish pushing all boxes onto the black objects, you pass the
boxworld of the current level, and you can proceed with a new
game of the next level.
Use the following keys to play this game:
• Move the pusher using
4 GHI
(left), or
• Press
2
(up),
8
(down),
6
(right),
(up and down).
to undo one move. Press
to play the game all
over again.
• Press
to read the current status about this game, which
includes:
„ The number of the user's moves in this game.
„ The least moves taken in a previous game.
The menu options in this game are exactly the same as those in
Snake except that there is no Top Score.
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Calendar (8-5)
When you enter this function, a calendar will be displayed on the
screen, and the current date will be highlighted. You can use
and
to jump to the last or next month, then press
to select
date forward or backward. If you haven't set the current time and
date yet, please do so in Set Time & Date (4-2). See page 66.
When a date is selected, you can press
(SELECT) or
to enter
its options:
View Day
View the notes for the selected date. After you finish reading a
note, you can press
(SELECT) or
and choose to erase,
edit, or forward a note to another date.
Make Note
First jot down the note, then press
(OK) or
to confirm.
You will be prompted to enter the date for this note. When
finished, "Set Alarm?" will display on the screen. If you want to
enable the alarm function to remind you, you can press
or
(OK)
and set the alarm time. If you don't need the alarm, press
(QUIT) to save the note.
Erase Notes
You can choose One By One and press
and
(SELECT)
or
to select and erase notes individually, or choose All to
erase all notes.
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View All
You can scroll and view the list of all notes. When you finished
reading a note, you can press
(SELECT) or
and choose
to delete, edit the note or move the note to another date.
Select Date
Enter a date you want to highlight on the calendar. When the
screen highlights the date on the calendar, press
or
(SELECT)
to display the same menu of this Calendar feature.
Set Alarm (8-6)
Set the alarm clock:
Daily (8-6-1)
Sets the alarm to go off daily when the alarm time is reached,
even if the handset is powered off. To set current time, use
to enter the hour, then press
0
and enter the minute the same
way. You can also press number keys to enter time. If you want
to clear numbers, press
(DELETE).
Once (8-6-2)
Sets the alarm to go off only once.
Off (8-6-3)
Turn off the alarm clock.
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Calculator (8-7)
You can use your phone as a handy calculator. You can also use this
feature to convert currency values.
Using the calculator feature
In this option, a cursor will appear at the upper left of the screen.
Follow the chart below to enter numbers and arithmetic symbols.
Key
Number/Function
Key
Number/Function
1
1
9
2
2
3
3
+-*/
4 GHI
4
.()
5
5
Clear number/back to
previous screen
6
6
Display result
7 PQRS
7
Move the cursor
8
8
abort operation/exit
calculator
9
0
0
For example, to calculate the following formula:
123 x (456+34) / 4-2
Press
3
Press
90
1
2
4 GHI
3
(3 times)
(OPTION) or
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(4 times)
(twice)
4 GHI
4 GHI
6
5
(twice)
2
.
and select Equals to display the result.
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Converting currency values
a. When the calculator screen appears, press
Select Exchange Rate and press
(OPTION) or
(SELECT) or
.
. Choose
Local to Foreign or Foreign to Local to set the exchange rate.
If you set Local to Foreign as "2", for example, the rate in
Foreign to Local will become "0.5" automatically, and vice versa.
b. When the rate is set, press
(OK) or
to return to the
calculator screen. Enter the sum you want to convert and press
. Then choose To Local or To Foreign to see the converted
figure. According to the rate above, for example, if you enter "20"
and choose To Local, the outcome will be 20*0.5=10. If you
choose To Foreign, the outcome will be 20*2=40.
To exit from the calculator or currency converter feature, press
.
Stopwatch (8-8)
This function allows you to use your phone as a stopwatch. Press
to start/stop the stopwatch. When the stopwatch is on, you can press
to save one record at a time, and the screen will show the record
number being saved. The stopwatch can store up to 9 records. When
the stopwatch stops, use
to check the records. To reset, press
. To exit from the stopwatch, press
.
Hour Minder (8-9)
Set the hour minder. After you activate this feature, the phone beeps
once an hour like a digital watch.
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Auto Time Zone (8-10)
If you travel to a city in a different time zone, your operator will send
you a reminder of the city's local time zone asking you if you'd like to
reset the time shown on your handset, so your handset can display
the exact local time.*
* Network support dependent.
On (8-10-1)
The time displayed on your handset will be reset automatically
according to your operator's time zone reminder.
Confirm (8-10-2)
The handset will ask for your confirmation before it resets its
time display.
Off (8-10-3)
Your phone will continue to display the local time of your home
country, ignoring the time zone reminder from your operator.
Quick Access (8-11)
In this option, the screen will display a configuration list of 29
features as options for you to add to the Quick Access menu
discussed in chapter 5. With this configuration list, you can create a
Quick Access menu of your own by choosing which features you want
readily available.
Below is the configuration menu:
Option
Internet
ScreenSaver
Add Entry to SIM
New Message
Missed Calls
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Connect to the mobile Internet
Download an animation from the Web.
Add new phone book entries to the SIM card
memory.
Write a new message.
View and send/save/delete last missed calls.
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Option
Profiles
Functionality
Enable/Disable settings of a selected profile.
Calendar
Access the calendar function.
Set Alarm
Set the alarm function.
SIM Menu
Access the SIM tool kit menu provided by your
operator (network support and subscription
dependent).
Inbox
Vibrate On/Off
Divert Call On/Off
Quick Msgs
Ring Volume
Last Call Timer
Outbox
Switch Line 1/2
Read messages stored in Inbox.
Set the vibration mode.
Activate/ cancel/check the Divert Voice function.
Access the listing of Quick Msgs to send a
message.
Adjust ring volume.
Display the duration of the last call.
Access the outgoing SMS message list.
Switch between Line 1 and Line 2.
Last Number Dialed Display and call/save/delete last dialed numbers.
Last Call Cost
Last Calls Received
Find By Name
Add Entry to Phone
Voice Mail
Display the charge for the last dialed call.
Display and call/save/delete the numbers of last
calls received.
Find a number by name in the phone book.
Add new phone book entries to the phone
memory.
Dial the voice mailbox number directly.
Phone Mute On/Off Mute and un-mute the microphone.
Change Band
Select the
dependent).
band
to
connect
Calculator
Use the calculator feature.
Stopwatch
Use the stopwatch feature.
to
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Functionality
Access the SMS Chat menu.
Access the Games menu
Customize the Quick Access menu
Scroll the configuration menu and press
(SELECT) or
to
select a highlighted item, or press a corresponding key to select from
item 1-9 directly. Then you will be prompted to specify a location in
the Quick Access menu for the selected item. Enter a location
number (1-9) and press
(OK) or
. "Settings Saved" will
appear indicating that the selected item has been successfully added
to the Quick Access menu.
• The Quick Access menu always has exactly nine options.
• Items that are already listed in the Quick Access menu will be
marked by a location number.
• You can replace any of the nine Quick Access options with a
different preset item listed in the configuration menu.
• A preset item can be assigned to more than one location in the
Quick Access menu.
• You can press a corresponding number key to select any of the
first 9 preset items in the configuration menu.
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9. Care and Maintenance
Notice the following to ensure the proper usage and the life of your
mobile phone:
• Keep your mobile phone and its accessories out of small children's
reach.
• Keep your phone dry. Use your phone at a normal temperature.
Temperature higher than 55°C or lower than -20°C (higher than
131°F or lower than -4°F) may cause damage to your phone.
• Do not use or store your phone in dusty or dirty areas if possible.
• Do not disassemble the phone.
• Do not use harsh detergents to clean the phone.
• If your mobile phone or its accessory is not working properly,
contact your dealer immediately.
• Use only genuine batteries, battery chargers and accessories to
ensure the proper function of your phone and battery life. Any
malfunction or damage caused by the use of any third-party
accessories will void the product warranty.
• Keep battery contacts and the charger port at the bottom of your
phone from direct contact with conductive objects. Otherwise it
may cause a short circuit and result in danger.
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10. Problems and Solutions
If you encounter any problems using your mobile phone, please refer
to the following table. If the problem persists, please contact your
dealer.
Problem
Possible cause
Solution
Poor
signal • You are using your mobile Move to a location where
phone in a location (e.g. in signal can be received
reception
the basement or building) properly.
where signal is weak.
• You are using your mobile Avoid using your mobile
phone in a call-crammed phone in such time, or try
time (e.g. the rush hour). later.
• You are too far from the You can ask your network
base station of your operator for a service range
network operator.
map.
Echo or noise • The network trunk quality Hang up the phone and dial
of your network operator.
again. You can be switched
to a better-quality network
• Poor local telephone line trunk or line.
quality.
The standby • The standby time depends
on the system settings of
time
your network operator.
becomes
• The battery needs to be
short
replaced.
If you are in a location where
the signal is weak, turn your
phone off for the time being.
Use a new battery.
• If the phone cannot get Change your location or turn
connected to a network, it off your phone temporarily.
will continue searching for
the signal from the base
station, which consumes
battery capacity.
Unable
power on
SIM
error
to • Battery has run out.
Recharge the
necessary.
card • SIM card is out of order.
battery
if
Send it to your network
operator for test.
• SIM card is not inserted Insert SIM card correctly.
properly.
• SIM card
dirty.
contacts
are Clean the SIM card contacts
using a soft, dry cloth.
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Unable to
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Solution
Contact
operator.
your
network
• You are away from the Check the service area with
GSM service area.
your network operator.
• Poor signal.
Move to another place where
signal can be received
properly.
Unable to
send a
message
• Your
network
service Contact
provider doesn't support operator.
this service.
your
Unable to
make a call
• You have activated fixed Cancel fixed dial function.
dial function.
Wrong PIN
• You have entered a wrong Contact
your
network
PIN three times in a row.
operator, or use the PUK
code of the SIM card if
provided by your network
operator.
Unable to
charge the
battery
• The battery or charger is Contact your dealer.
out of order.
• 2.The phone temperature Change
the
goes under 5°C or above environment.
40°C.
• Poor connection.
network
charging
Check if all connectors are
connected properly.
Unable to
input data
into the
Phone Book
• The Phone Book memory Delete some data from the
is full.
Phone Book.
Unable to
choose
certain
functions
• Your network operator Contact
doesn't support these operator.
functions, or you do not
subscribe to them.
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Charging notice
• Phone does not immediately turn on May be necessary to charge for a
when plugging in charger after certain period (within 30 minutes).
extended period of non-use.
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