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Ericsson T68 User guide
Using your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600
with the Logitech wireless
hub
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Using your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 with the Logitech wireless hub
Contents
Introduction 3
Product compatibility 3
About this guide 4
Get connected 6
Connecting your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 6
Checking whether your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 is paired or
connected 15
Get organized - synchronize! 16
Synchronizing - why, what, and when 16
Checking the synchronization settings 19
Synchronizing your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 and your
computer 20
Communicate with co-workers and friends 21
Send a text (SMS) message 22
Read a text (SMS) message 25
Receive notification of a new text (SMS) message 26
Back-up the phone book on your mobile phone 27
Share your pictures 29
Transfer pictures from your computer to your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 30
Transfer pictures from your Sony Ericsson T610 to your computer 31
Learn more about connecting 33
Pairing your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 on request 33
Disconnecting and unpairing your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 35
Troubleshooting 36
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Introduction
If you have a Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 mobile phone you can
connect it to your computer through the Bluetooth® wireless hub provided with
your Logitech® product. Do so and discover what cordless freedom offers:
communicate efficiently, share information without wires, save time.
With your Logitech wireless hub it’s easy to get organized fast…
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Quick and easy synchronization lets you share a single address book,
calendar, and notes between your computer and mobile phone.
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Forget the frustration of entering names and numbers into both your phone
and computer – just enter them once and transfer them!
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Even losing your mobile phone doesn’t mean losing your phone book,
because you’ve got the details on your computer ready to quickly upload to
your next mobile phone.
Take advantage of the Mobile Phone Suite (taskbar icon ) bundled with your
Logitech® product, which you can install on your computer. Use it to create, send
and receive text messages (also referred to as Short Message Service or SMS
messages) on your computer, and be notified on your computer of incoming text
messages.
Sharing pictures has never been easier. You can transfer pictures between your
computer and mobile phone, perhaps to personalize your phone with your
favorite photograph or share photographs with your friends. Just a few clicks is all
it takes.
And remember, no wires or cables. You can do all of this while moving around,
even with your phone in your pocket, as long as you stay in range – typically up
to 30 feet or 10 meters depending on your surroundings. What’s more, solid
objects won’t cause a problem because there does not need to be a line-of-sight
connection between your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 and Logitech
wireless hub.
In short, connecting a Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 to your Logitech
wireless hub means you can work and communicate more effectively.
Welcome to the expanding world of cordless freedom offered through your
Logitech wireless hub.
Product compatibility
The following products are covered in this guide:
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Ericsson T68.
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Sony Ericsson T68i/T610/T616.
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Sony Ericsson Z600
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About this guide
This guide gets you started using your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600
mobile phone with your computer. It explains how to connect the two devices,
and then how to get organized and communicate.
Prerequisites
This guide assumes that:
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You have installed your Logitech product and the SetPoint™ software.
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You have installed the Mobile Phone Suite provided with SetPoint. This is
required if you want to send and receive text messages using your computer.
Refer to the installation CD with SetPoint for more information about installing
Mobile Phone Suite.
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You are using the Bluetooth wireless hub supplied with your Logitech
product.
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You have a working Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 mobile phone.
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You are familiar with basic Bluetooth technology. If not, please read the
section below.
Further information
This guide contains all the information you need to connect and start using your
mobile phone. If you need further information, additional sources are available:
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www.logitech.com/bluetooth provides general information about the
Bluetooth technology.
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www.logitech.com/bluetooth/howto provides a Using my Bluetooth devices
with the Logitech wireless hub guide which introduces the Bluetooth®
concepts you need to be familiar with, and ‘how to’ guides such as this for
each supported device. There is also a product compatibility matrix which lists
the products that have been tested and approved for use with the Logitech
wireless hub. You can also find out what you can do with each device.
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How to use this guide
The following symbols are used in this guide:
Symbol
Explanation
Tip - a handy hint that may provide a useful alternative or save time.
Note - helpful information that requires your attention.
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Get connected
Connecting your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 mobile phone to your
computer is easy. A wizard guides you through the steps involved, including
discovering your device and pairing it with your computer.
The procedure described below for discovering, pairing and setting up
services does not actually connect your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 and your computer. This is because the two
devices do not actually need to connect until information is transferred,
whether through synchronizing, using text messaging, or some other
method such as using dial-up networking.
Connecting your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600
To connect your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 mobile phone and
computer:
1.
Make your mobile phone discoverable.
To make your phone visible to your Logitech wireless hub, put it in
discoverable mode. On your phone, do either of the following:
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If you have a Sony Ericsson T610/Z600, scroll to Connectivity Æ
Bluetooth Æ Options Æ Visibility Æ Show phone and
Connectivity Æ Bluetooth Æ Turn On.
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If you have a Sony Ericsson T68 or T68i, scroll to Connect Æ
4 Bluetooth Æ 1 Discoverable.
If you have a Sony Ericsson T68 or T68i and the Discoverable option is
unavailable, this may be because:
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It is in ‘Off’ operation mode. To correct this, on your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i, scroll to Connect Æ 4 Bluetooth Æ 4 Options Æ
1 Operation mode and select ‘On’.
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Your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i is already connected to a Bluetooth
device.
Your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i is now discoverable for the next three minutes (the
T610/Z600 remains discoverable permanently).
If you spend more than three minutes carrying out the pairing process,
don’t worry... your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i prompts you to choose
whether you want it to remain discoverable - press Yes to do so.
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2.
Start the Bluetooth Setup Wizard.
The easiest way to do this is to press the Connect button on the front of
your Bluetooth wireless hub. The first screen of the wizard is displayed:
You can also start the Bluetooth Setup Wizard by:
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Right-clicking the Bluetooth icon, , in the Windows Taskbar and
selecting Add a Bluetooth Device from the menu displayed.
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Selecting Add a Bluetooth Device from the Bluetooth Tasks
panel in the My Bluetooth Places screen in your Windows
Explorer (available in Windows XP only).
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3.
Search for devices.
Click Next > to proceed. A wizard then searches for Bluetooth devices
within range, and displays those it finds:
The devices found are listed.
If a large number of devices
are found, make a selection
here to display just those
you are interested in.
Click here to search again
if your mobile phone is not found.
Your mobile phone may not be found at the first time you carry out a
search. Click Search Again to repeat the search.
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4.
Select your mobile phone.
Highlight your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 and click Next >.
You can give your mobile phone a name that is personal to you, instead
of just ‘T68’ or ‘T610’. On your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i scroll to
1 Connect Æ 4 Bluetooth Æ 4 Options Æ 2 Phone name Æ 1 Edit or
on your Sony Ericsson T610 scroll to Connectivity Æ Bluetooth Æ
Options Æ Phone name.
You have now discovered your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 mobile
phone! The following dialog is displayed:
1. Enter a number in Pin Code.
2. Click the Initiate Pairing button.
5.
Pair your mobile phone and computer.
To pair your phone and computer, enter a PIN Code of up to 16 digits into
the dialog shown above and click Initiate Pairing. (A PIN Code is also
known as a Passkey.)
Please note:
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An explanation of the reasons why Bluetooth devices need to be
paired is provided in the guide Using my Bluetooth devices with
the Logitech wireless hub.
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If you want to, you can click Skip Pairing at this stage but doing so
means you need to pair the two devices every time you want to
transfer any data - synchronize, send text messages, and so on.
Your computer then makes a pairing request to your phone. A message is
displayed on your phone asking whether you want to accept the pairing
request.
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6.
Confirm the pairing.
If you have a Sony Ericsson T68 or T68i select option 2 Add to paired on
your phone. If you have a Sony Ericsson T610/Z600 select the option Add
to My devices on your phone.
If you have a Sony Ericsson T68 or T68i, do not select option 1 Accept
because this does not create a permanent pairing.
7.
Complete the pairing.
Type a Passkey into your phone to match the PIN Code you entered on
your computer, and then select Yes (on the T68 or T68i) or Ok (on the
T610/Z600).
The message ‘Pairing succeeded’ is displayed on your mobile phone,
followed by ‘Computer Added to paired devices’ (on the T68 or T68i) or
‘Computer Added to My Devices’ (on the T610/Z600).
When your mobile phone and computer are successfully paired, the
Bluetooth Service Selection dialog is displayed:
You can optionally set up these
services, but don’t activate the serial
port services unless you want to use
other programs that may need them.
To enable file transfer, select the
OBEX Object Push service.
IrMC Synchronization is required to
synchronize contact details.
For the Sony Ericsson T610/Z600, you can select the OBEX File Transfer
service if you want to transfer pictures from your phone to your computer.
If you get an error message indicating that your mobile phone hasn’t
paired, this may be for a variety of reasons: your mobile phone may
have come out of discoverable mode or may be out of range. For
suggestions about the actions you can take see Troubleshooting,
page 36.
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The next step is to set up the services you want to use with your mobile
phone by clicking the relevant check box and then specifying the options
appropriate to you. For most services the default settings are fine, and you
can choose to make the connection secure. OBEX Object Push and IrMC
Synchronization are the two main services that need to be set up. In
addition, if you have a Sony Ericsson T610/Z600 select the OBEX File
Transfer service if you want to transfer pictures from your phone to your
computer.
This guide describes how to synchronize your mobile phone using
IrMC Synchronization. However, it is possible to connect to a serial port
and use the software that came with your mobile phone, though there
are some limitations.
8.
Select the IrMC Synchronization service.
Do so by checking the IrMC Synchronization box. The following dialog is
shown:
To encrypt information you
transfer, check this box.
Specify settings in these fields
to suit your requirements.
To make sure that the connection between your mobile phone and computer is
secure (the data is encrypted), check the Secure Connection box.
The options you specify in the other fields depend on your requirements.
For example if your address book program on your computer is Microsoft
Outlook and you want to synchronize as much information as possible
then select ‘Synchronize Microsoft Outlook’ in the four drop-down lists and
check the Email Attachments box.
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Please note:
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IrMC Synchronization can be carried out with contact details stored
in three programs - Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, and
Lotus Notes.
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If you don’t have any of these programs, you cannot synchronize
contact data using IrMC synchronization with your mobile phone.
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You can also use Mobile Phone Suite to back-up the phone book
on your mobile phone, if you want to. See the section Back-up the
phone book on your mobile phone, page 27.
When you’ve finished the changes, click OK. You return to the Bluetooth
Service Selection dialog.
9.
Select the OBEX Object Push service.
Do so by checking the OBEX Object Push box. The following dialog is
displayed:
To encrypt information you transfer, check
this box.
Specify settings in these fields to suit your
requirements.
To make sure that the connection between your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 and computer is secure (the data is encrypted),
check the Secure Connection box.
Select options in the other fields to suit your requirements – for example if
you want to save the business cards you receive to Microsoft Outlook on
your computer select ‘Microsoft Outlook’ in the drop-down list for Received
Business Cards.
When you’ve finished the changes, click OK. You return to the Bluetooth
Service Selection dialog.
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10. Select the OBEX File Transfer service (Sony Ericsson T610/Z600 only).
If you have a Sony Ericsson T610/Z600, select the OBEX File Transfer
service.
Do so by checking the OBEX File Transfer box. The following dialog is
shown:
To encrypt information you
transfer, check this box.
To make sure that the connection between your Sony Ericsson T610/Z600
and computer is secure (the data is encrypted), check the Secure
Connection box.
When you’ve finished the changes, click OK. You return to the Bluetooth
Service Selection dialog.
11.
Click Finish to complete the connection procedure.
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A device icon for your mobile phone is created in your Bluetooth Neighborhood.
To see the device icon:
1.
Double-click the Bluetooth icon, , in the Windows Taskbar. The Explore
My Bluetooth Places window is displayed.
2.
Select Entire Bluetooth Neighborhood if you are using Windows 2000,
or View devices in range if you are using Windows XP. Your Bluetooth
Neighborhood is displayed:
Your mobile phone device icon.
The check mark shows it is paired.
At this stage it’s OK just to leave your mobile phone paired with your computer
(not actually connected). When you synchronize data or use your computer’s
text messaging facilities, connection takes place automatically.
The device icon changes to show that your mobile phone is now paired (see
the next section).
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Checking whether your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 is paired or connected
If you want to find out whether your mobile phone is paired or connected, you can
do so by looking in My Bluetooth Places and locating the device icon for your
mobile phone. The device icon shows whether it is paired and/or connected:
Windows
2000
Windows
XP
Not paired or
connected
Windows
2000
Windows
XP
Paired but not
connected
Windows
2000
Windows
XP
Paired and
connected
If you have followed the steps in the previous section but your mobile phone is
still not paired, see Troubleshooting, page 36 for suggestions of the actions you
should take.
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Get organized - synchronize!
Having paired your mobile phone with your computer, you’re able to synchronize
the contact information it contains and the contact information on your computer.
(If you haven’t paired the device yet, see Connecting your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 6.) This keeps both devices up-to-date without
having to key in all the details twice.
The method of synchronizing described in this guide is IrMC
Synchronization. It is possible to synchronize using other methods, such
as using the software that came with your mobile phone, but we
recommend using IrMC Synchronization as it provides more features.
IrMC Synchronization can be used to synchronize contact details stored in
three programs - Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, and Lotus Notes.
Synchronizing - why, what, and when
Wondering what synchronizing is all about... why you may want to do it, what
gets synchronized, and how often? Read on…
Why should I synchronize?
First of all, synchronizing is easy and can save you lots of time. And, thanks to
your Logitech wireless hub, it can be done quickly and simply without wires or
cables, so there’s no need to plug your mobile phone into your computer.
The information you can synchronize is held in Personal Information Manager
(PIM) databases, such as the address book in Outlook and your phone book in
your mobile phone, and therefore this is sometimes referred to as PIM
Synchronization.
An example of time-saving synchronization is if you have all your contacts stored
on your computer and have recently bought a Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600. Without plugging in cables you can get all the
telephone numbers, email addresses, and calendar appointments onto your
mobile phone.
On the other hand, you may have your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600
phone book full of information that you want to put into a program (such as a
spreadsheet) on your computer and save or print. Again, without cables, you can
transfer the details.
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What information is synchronized?
The information that is synchronized depends on the programs you have on your
computer, the method you use to synchronize, and the settings you have chosen.
Your mobile phone’s phone book details are always synchronized. For each
contact this can include their name, their home, work and mobile telephone
numbers, and their e-mail address.
As well as your mobile phone’s phone book, more information may be
synchronized, as determined by the options you selected when pairing your
mobile phone with your computer. You may also synchronize:
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Business Cards
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Calendar Items
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Notes
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Emails
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Email attachments
During the synchronization process, if an item is on your computer but not on
your mobile phone (or the other way round), then it is created on your mobile
phone (or computer) during synchronization. What’s more, if an item has been
updated on either device it is automatically updated on the other device.
It’s totally up to you how much data you choose to synchronize.
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When do I synchronize?
The frequency you should synchronize depends on how often you change the
details on your mobile phone or computer, and how important it is to you to have
the two sets of details matching and up to date.
For example, you may want to keep your list of telephone numbers on your
computer and on your mobile phone similar but not necessarily identical all the
time. In this case, you would synchronize the details occasionally, for example
when you’ve added or changed a few telephone numbers in one of the places.
Alternatively, you may choose to keep your calendar appointments on your office
computer but also need them on your mobile phone when you are away from the
office, for meetings, appointments, and so on. In this case, you may want to
synchronize the information daily.
If you want to keep all the information on more than one computer (for example,
one at home and one at work), you can easily do so. Simply synchronize your
Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 with all of the computers you want to
store the information on. And, you can do it without the hassle of carrying cables
around with your mobile phone and plugging them in to each computer!
The first time you synchronize, it can take typically between ten and
fifteen minutes. Subsequent synchronizations are much quicker.
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Checking the synchronization settings
If you want to check and change the synchronization settings you selected during
pairing, follow the steps below:
1.
2.
Go to My Bluetooth Places.
The easiest way to do this is by double-clicking the Bluetooth icon,
the Windows Taskbar.
, in
Display the synchronization settings.
Right-click the Phone IrMC Synchronization icon and select Properties.
The Bluetooth Properties dialog is displayed:
To encrypt information you transfer,
check this box.
Specify settings in these fields to suit
your requirements.
3.
Make appropriate changes.
If you want to change any settings, do so, and then click OK.
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Synchronizing your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600
and your computer
To synchronize the contact details on your mobile phone and your computer:
1.
Make sure that your mobile phone is paired to your computer. See the
section Connecting your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 6.
2.
Right-click the Bluetooth icon,
3.
Select Quick Connect Æ PIM Synchronization Æ Phone Name.

, in the Windows Taskbar.
Please note:
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The first time you synchronize, it may take about ten to fifteen
minutes - subsequent synchronizations are much quicker.
•
If your mobile phone is not shown in this menu, then it is not
currently discovered or paired with your computer. To pair the two
devices, see Connecting your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 6.
•
You can also start synchronization from your Entire Bluetooth
Neighborhood by right-clicking the device icon and selecting Start
IrMC Synchronization.
•
If your mobile phone is not currently paired but it is in discoverable
mode, you are prompted to pair it - see Pairing your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 on request, page 33.
•
During synchronization the mobile phone is locked so that you
cannot make telephone calls with it.
The synchronization starts and a progress bar is displayed.
When the synchronization is complete, a confirmation message dialog is
displayed:
4.
Click OK to close the dialog.
If you have problems synchronizing, see Troubleshooting, page 36 for
suggestions of the actions you should take.
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Communicate with co-workers and friends
Once you have discovered your mobile phone and paired it with your computer
you can use your computer as your mobile phone’s interface to create text
messages and access the phone book on your mobile phone.
Text messages are also known as Short Message Service (SMS)
messages.
How do you do this? Simple - use the Mobile Phone Suite program (has a
in the Windows Taskbar) provided with your SetPoint software.
icon
If Mobile Phone Suite is not installed on your computer refer to the
SetPoint installation CD for more information.
So what can you do with Mobile Phone Suite?
Essentially, carry out text messaging on your computer. Read on for examples...
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Send a text message to a friend or co-worker using your computer keyboard
to type the message. See the section Send a text (SMS) message, page 22.
•
Read the content of a text message on your computer screen that you have
received on your mobile phone. See the section Read a text (SMS) message,
page 25.
•
Receive notification of a new text message on your mobile phone in the
Windows Taskbar on your computer. See the section Receive notification of
a new text (SMS) message, page 26.
•
Back-up your mobile phone’s phone book onto your computer. See the
section Back-up the phone book on your mobile phone, page 27.
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Back-up the text messages you have received.
For further information, see:
•
The online help provided with the Mobile Phone Suite.
•
www.logitech.com/bluetooth/howto. The information available here
includes a product compatibility matrix listing the mobile phones that
have been tested and are supported by Mobile Phone Suite.
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Send a text (SMS) message
To send a text (SMS) message:
1.
Connect your phone.
Make sure that your mobile phone is paired and connected to your
computer (for example by checking that the device icon has a check mark).
See the section Connecting your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600,
page 6.
2.
Open your Mobile Phone Suite inbox.
The easiest way to do this is to double-click the Mobile Phone Suite icon
in the Windows Taskbar. The Inbox is displayed:
Start a new text
message by
clicking here.
You can also open the Inbox by selecting from the list of programs on
the Windows® Start menu Mobile Phone Suite Æ Mobile Phone Suite.
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3.
Create a new message.
To do this, click New,
, to open the Compose new SMS message
window, which you can use to write the text message and select the contact
you want to send it to. The Compose new SMS message window is
displayed:
Click this button to send the text message.
Type the message here.
Click this button to select recipients.
4.
Type the message.
Use the panel in the lower half of the window.
5.
Select recipients.
Click the To button to choose the contacts who you want to send the text
message to:
The recipients are listed in
the right-hand pane.
Click this button to
choose the recipients.
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6.
Choose which contacts are to receive the message.
To select the mobile phone number of the person you want to send the text
message to, scroll through your list of contacts in the left-hand panel of the
Select the Recipients dialog until you find the one you want. Highlight it
and click
to display their details in the right-hand panel.
You can repeat this to send the same text message to more than one
person.
If the mobile phone number of the person you want to send the text
message is not displayed in your list of contacts, enter their mobile phone
number in Typed in Phone Number and click Add to selected to display
it in the right-hand panel.
7.
Complete the message.
Click OK when you have finished. You return to the Compose new SMS
message window.
The list of contacts displayed in the Select the Recipients dialog is the
list of contacts you have stored in your mobile phone. If no contacts are
displayed, or if you have recently updated the list on your mobile phone
you can update the list in Mobile Phone Suite by clicking Contacts,
, in
, in the Phonebook window. (Refer to the
the Inbox and clicking Read,
online help for Mobile Phone Suite for more information).
You are now ready to send your text message.
8.
Send the message.
Simply click Send,
, to complete the procedure and send the message.
You cannot send a text message using the Mobile Phone Suite if the
mobile phone is in use, for example if someone is making a phone call
with it.
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Read a text (SMS) message
To read a text (SMS) message you have received via your mobile phone:
1.
Connect your phone.
Make sure that your mobile phone is paired and connected to your
computer. See the section Connecting your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 6.
2.
Open your Mobile Phone Suite inbox.
To read a text message the first thing you must do is open the Inbox for the
Mobile Phone Suite. The easiest way to do this is to double-click the Mobile
Phone Suite icon, , in the Windows Taskbar, and select Open Inbox from
the menu displayed.
You can also open the Inbox by selecting from the list of programs on the
Windows® Start menu Mobile Phone Suite Æ Mobile Phone Suite.
The top panel of the Inbox displays a list of text messages that you have
received via the Mobile Phone Suite. Any unopened messages are shown
in bold.
3.
View the message.
Click once on the text message you want to read. Its content is displayed in
the panel in the lower half of the Inbox:
The content of
the selected text
message in your
inbox is shown.
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Receive notification of a new text (SMS) message
To receive notification of a new text (SMS) message on your mobile phone in the
Windows Taskbar on your computer:
1.
Connect your phone.
Make sure that your mobile phone is paired and connected to your
computer. See the section Connecting your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 6.
2.
Choose the notification option.
Right-click the Mobile Phone Suite icon, , in the Windows Taskbar and
select one of the following options:
•
Immediate notification, SMS message and incoming call
•
Immediate notification, SMS message only
•
Periodic notification, SMS message only (power saving)
To save the battery charge of your mobile phone we recommend using the
power saving option.
When a text message arrives on your mobile phone you are notified on your
computer by an envelope appearing in front on the Mobile Phone Suite icon
in the Windows Taskbar. A message is also displayed next to the Mobile
Phone Icon:
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Back-up the phone book on your mobile phone
To back-up the phone book on your mobile phone to your computer:
1.
Connect your phone.
Make sure that your mobile phone is paired and connected to your
computer. See the section Connecting your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 6.
2.
Open your Mobile Phone Suite inbox.
The easiest way to do this is to double-click the Mobile Phone Suite icon
in the Windows Taskbar. The Inbox is displayed:
Back-up the
phone book
on your
mobile phone
by clicking
here.
You can also open the Inbox by selecting from the list of programs on the
Windows® Start menu Mobile Phone Suite Æ Mobile Phone Suite.
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3.
Display your contacts.
Click Contacts,
, to display the Phonebook window which you can use
to back-up your phone book. The Phonebook window is displayed:
Click here to start the back-up.
4.
Start the back-up.
Click Read,
progress:
. The back-up is started. A dialog is displayed showing its
When the back-up of the phone book on your mobile phone is complete this
dialog is closed.
The first time you back-up your phone book, it may take about ten to
fifteen minutes - subsequent back-ups should be quicker.
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Share your pictures
Once you have paired and connected your mobile phone, why not personalize it
with your favorite photograph or transfer photographs you have taken with your
mobile phone to share with your friends.
How do you do this? … By transferring pictures between your computer and your
mobile phone. This is easy with your Logitech wireless hub.
For details, see the sections:
•
Transfer pictures from your computer to your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 30, for information about how to transfer
pictures to your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600.
•
Transfer pictures from your Sony Ericsson T610/T616/Z600 (only) to your
computer, page 31, for information about how to transfer pictures to your
computer from your Sony Ericsson T610/Z600 (not T68 or T68i).
Why not transfer more than one – so that you can change the picture to suit the
situation, or share your favorite photographs with your friends.
Please note:
•
Refer to the user guide for your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 for information about how to set a picture you
have transferred as the background to your mobile phone screen.
•
The file types you can transfer from your computer to your mobile phone
depend on which phone you have. For a Sony Ericsson T68/T68i you
can transfer .jpeg and .gif files, and for a Sony Ericsson T610/Z600 you
can transfer .jpeg, .gif, .png, .bmp, and .wbmp files.
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Transfer pictures from your computer to your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600
To copy pictures from your computer to your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 mobile phone:
1.
Connect your phone.
Make sure that your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 is paired and
connected to your computer. See the section Connecting your Sony
Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 6.
2.
Locate the picture.
In Windows Explorer browse to find the picture you want to transfer to your
mobile phone.
3.
Send the picture.
Right-click the picture and select Send to Æ Bluetooth Æ Phone name.
Please note:
•
If the name of your phone is not shown in the list, click Other. A
Select Device dialog is displayed from which you can select your
Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600.
•
Alternatively, you can use drag and drop. In Windows Explorer
locate the file you want to transfer and the My Bluetooth Places
Æ Entire Bluetooth Neighborhood Æ Phone name Æ File
Transfer folder, then drag and drop the file onto that folder.
On your mobile phone a request to transfer a picture is received and a
message displayed.
4.
Confirm the transfer.
Press Yes on your mobile phone pad to Continue the transfer.
A dialog is displayed on your computer showing the progress of the transfer.
When the transfer is complete this dialog is closed.
If you try to exchange large pictures, it could take some time
because the memory of the mobile phone is small, so it can lead to
an unexpected connection loss and some unreliability.
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Transfer pictures from your Sony Ericsson T610/T616/Z600
(only) to your computer
This facility is only available for the Sony Ericsson T610/Z600, not for
the T68 or T68i.
To copy pictures from your Sony Ericsson T610/Z600 to your computer:
1.
Connect your phone.
Make sure that your Sony Ericsson T610/Z600 is paired and connected to
your computer. See the section Connecting your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 6.
2.
View your Bluetooth services.
Double-click the Bluetooth icon, , in the Windows Taskbar. The Explore
My Bluetooth Places window is displayed, for example:
Double-click this to locate files on
your mobile phone.
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3.
Select the OBEX File Transfer service.
Double-click the OBEX File Transfer service icon for your mobile phone to
display the folders and files on your Sony Ericsson T610/Z600:
4.
Highlight the picture.
Click once on the picture you want to transfer to your computer.
5.
Choose the destination folder.
Open a Windows Explorer window, and locate the folder where you want
the picture to be copied.
6.
Transfer the picture.
Drag and drop the highlighted picture from your mobile phone into the
Windows Explorer window to copy it to that location.
A message is displayed on your both your computer and your phone
showing the progress of the transfer. When the transfer is complete this
message is removed and the picture is available on your computer.
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Learn more about connecting
This section contains additional information that may be useful to you when
pairing, disconnecting, and unpairing your mobile phone.
Pairing your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 on
request
If you skip the pairing process during the initial connection procedure, then when
you try to later synchronize your mobile phone with your computer, you are
requested by Bluetooth to pair the two devices. You must do this before you can
synchronize.
To pair your mobile phone and your computer on request:
1.
Make your mobile phone discoverable.
To make sure that your mobile phone is in discoverable mode, do either of
the following:
•
If you have a Sony Ericsson T68 or T68i, scroll to Connect Æ 4
Bluetooth Æ 1 Discoverable.
-or•
2.
If you have a Sony Ericsson T610/Z600, scroll to Connectivity Æ
Bluetooth Æ Options Æ Visibility Æ Show phone and
Connectivity Æ Bluetooth Æ Turn On.
Choose your mobile phone.
Right-click the Bluetooth icon, , in the Windows Taskbar and select
Quick Connect Æ PIM Synchronization Æ Phone Name.
A message is displayed next to the Bluetooth icon,
Taskbar:
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Click on this message to remove it. The Bluetooth PIN Code Request
dialog is displayed:
3.
Enter the PIN Code.
Type the Bluetooth PIN Code and click OK. (A PIN Code is also known as
a Passkey.)
On your mobile phone you are prompted to choose whether to accept the
pairing request from your computer.
4.
Confirm the pairing.
Select option 2 Add to paired and then type a Passkey to match the
PIN Code you entered on your computer.
The message ‘Pairing succeeded’ is displayed on your mobile phone,
followed by ‘Computer Added to paired devices’.
The synchronization then starts.
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Disconnecting and unpairing your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600
When you no longer need to have your mobile phone connected to your
computer, you should disconnect and unpair it.
Disconnecting…
Certain services on your mobile phone keep it connected to your computer, for
example synchronization and immediate notification of text messages. To
disconnect your mobile phone when one of these services is running, you need
to stop the service in the appropriate way. On doing so, the device icon changes
to show that the mobile phone is paired but no longer connected.
Unpairing…
There may be different reasons why you may want to unpair your mobile phone,
for instance:
•
To reduce the list of services or devices in My Bluetooth Places in order to
focus on the devices being used.
•
If you have connected to a co-worker’s computer but no longer want to permit
further information transfer to your mobile phone from that computer.
•
To avoid accidentally connecting the computer with your mobile phone as this
can break the connection to another computer.
If you will be using your mobile phone with your computer again soon, it
will save time if you leave it paired.
To unpair your mobile phone from your computer:
1.
View the devices.
To do this, go to My Bluetooth Places. The easiest way to do this is by
double-clicking the Bluetooth icon, , in the Windows Taskbar, and then
either selecting View devices in range (Windows XP) or Entire
Bluetooth Neighborhood (Windows 2000).
2.
Unpair the device.
Right-click the device icon for the mobile phone and select Unpair device.
The device icon changes to show that the mobile phone is no longer paired
or connected.
If you have disconnected and unpaired your mobile phone from your computer
then to re-connect you need to start the connection process again, as described
from the start of section Connecting your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, page 6.
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Troubleshooting
If you are experiencing difficulties connecting or using your Sony Ericsson
T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, check whether your problem is listed below. If it is, try
the suggestions made to resolve the problem.
I can’t pair my Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 with
my computer
There are various reasons why your mobile phone and computer may not pair:
•
Your mobile phone may have come out of discoverable mode.
•
Your mobile phone may be out of range.
•
Your mobile phone may already be connected to another device in range.
•
Your mobile phone can only be paired simultaneously with up to 10 devices.
Check that your mobile phone is not communicating with another device, make
sure it is in range and in discoverable mode, and try the pairing procedure again.
Finally, if none of the above works, try switching your mobile phone off and back
on again.
I can’t pair my Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600 with
my headset service
Try the following:
•
The pairing process must be initiated from your mobile phone, not your
computer, so select Connect Æ Bluetooth Æ Discover. Follow the
on-screen instructions.
•
Unpair the mobile phone, and then start the pairing procedure again.
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I’m having problems synchronizing
If you are getting errors when synchronizing, try the following:
•
Make sure that your mobile phone is not connected to another Bluetooth
device. You cannot synchronize unless your mobile phone is connected to
your computer only.
•
Check that your mobile phone is paired to your computer before you start
synchronization. Look in My Bluetooth Places and locate the device icon for
your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600:
The
(Windows 2000) or
it is paired.
(Windows XP) device icon is displayed if
If your mobile phone is not paired before you start synchronization you may
get an error message, such as a ‘General OBEX error’ message.
•
Press the Connect button on the front of your Bluetooth wireless hub, and
follow the on-screen instructions.
•
If your mobile phone is configured to receive immediate notification then you
cannot start synchronization because your mobile phone and your computer
are connected. You need to switch off immediate notification. See Receive
notification of a new text (SMS) message, page 26, for details.
•
If you think that the synchronization is taking too long, bear in mind that the
first time you synchronize your mobile phone with your computer it can
typically take up to fifteen minutes. Subsequent synchronizations take much
less time.
•
Finally, if none of the above works, try switching your mobile phone off and
back on again.
•
When a computer's audio gateway/headset service is connected,
synchronization / sending file may not be successful.
Bear in mind that while synchronizing you cannot receive notification of text
messages or calls.
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I can’t send pictures from my Sony Ericsson T68 or T68i to
my computer
When your computer is connected to other Bluetooth devices, such as a mouse
or keyboard, unfortunately you cannot send a picture from your Sony Ericsson
T68 or T68i to your computer.
You can send pictures from a Sony Ericsson T610/Z600 - see Transfer
pictures from your Sony Ericsson T610/T616/Z600 (only) to your
computer, page 31. In addition, you can send pictures from your computer
to your Sony Ericsson T68/T68i/T610/T616/Z600, though the facility can
be unreliable - see Transfer pictures from your computer to your , page
30.
I’m having problems sending text (SMS) messages
If the sending of text (SMS) messages using the Mobile Phone Suite program is
not working reliably or not at all, try the following:
•
If an error message is displayed saying that you may need to ‘redo pairing’,
check to see if your mobile phone is paired to the computer. Look in My
Bluetooth Places and locate the device icon for your mobile phone:
The
(Windows 2000) or
it is paired.
(Windows XP) device icon is displayed if
•
If your mobile phone is currently being used on a phone call then text
messaging cannot be carried out. Wait until your mobile phone is no longer
being used.
•
Finally, switch off your mobile phone and switch it on, in order to re-initialize
its configuration.
For more information refer to the online help for the Mobile Phone Suite.
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