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Ericsson R320S User`s guide
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Getting Started 5
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Contents
at a Glance
Preparing Your Phone for Use 6
Turning Your Phone On and Off 11
Display Information and Key Functions 13
Making and Receiving Calls 15
During a Call 18
Functions and Settings 21
Ericsson R320s
Second edition (December 1999)
This User’s Guide is published by
Ericsson Mobile Communications AB,
without any warranty. Improvements and
changes to this User’s Guide necessitated
by typographical errors, inaccuracies of
current information, or improvements to
programs and/or equipment, may be made
by Ericsson Mobile Communications AB
at any time and without notice. Such
changes will, however, be incorporated into
new editions of this
User’s Guide.
All rights reserved.
©Ericsson Mobile Communications AB,
1999
Publication number: EN/LZT 108 2754 R2A
INNOVATRON PATENTS
R320 Features 23
Using the Menus 24
Your Personal Phone Book 30
Using the Call List 39
Your Voice Mail Service 41
Personalizing Your Phone 43
Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS) 52
Communicating via the Built-in Modem 62
Sending and Receiving Fax, Data and E-mail 67
Business Card Exchange 70
Diverting Incoming Calls 73
Security for Your Phone and Subscription 75
Handling More than One Call Simultaneously 83
Setting Network Preferences 88
Knowing the Call Time and Call Cost 91
Using Two Voice Lines 94
Using the WAP™ Browser 95
Calendar 104
Voice Memo 109
Voice Control 112
Code Memo 115
Calling Card Calls 118
Extras 121
The Profile Concept 125
Accessories 128
Online Services 135
Additional Information 139
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Quick Keys 140
Troubleshooting 142
Ericsson Mobile Internet 144
The Online Version of this User´s Guide 145
Technical Data 146
Glossary 147
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use 152
Warranty 158
Declaration of Conformity 160
Index 161
Please note!
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Some of the services in this manual are not supported by all
networks. This also applies to the GSM International Emergency
Number 112.
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Please contact your network operator or service provider if you are
in doubt whether you can use a particular service or not.
Note! You should read the Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
and the Warranty chapters before using your mobile phone.
WAP™, W@P™ and WAP Forum™ are registered trademarks of the
WAP Forum, LTD., a registered company in the United Kingdom.
The
symbol on our products signifies that they have been
certified according to the EMC directive 89/336/EEC, the
Telecommunications directive 91/263/EEC, and the Low Voltage
directive 73/23/EEC when applicable. The products fulfil the
requirements according to the following standards:
Cellular Phones and Accessories in Combination:
ETS 300 342-1 EMC for European digital cellular
telecommunications.
Accessories Without Direct Connection to a Cellular Phone:
EN 50081 Electromagnetic compatibility, Generic Emission
Standard, and EN 50082 Electromagnetic compatibility, Generic
Immunity Standard.
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Getting Started
Preparing Your Phone for Use
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Turning Your Phone On and Off
11
Display Information and Key Functions
13
Making and Receiving Calls
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During a Call
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Preparing Your Phone
for Use
Overview
Front
Antenna
Volume key
Indicator light
Earpiece
Infrared eye
Display
Voice Memo button
Keypad
Power On/Off
Navigation keys
Microphone
Back
Connector for external antenna
Battery release catch
Battery
Hole for belt clip screw
Handsfree
connector
Charging connector
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Preparing Your Phone for Use
insert the SIM card
attach the battery to the phone
charge the battery
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Assembly
You need to do the following to use your phone:
The SIM Card
When you register as a subscriber with a network operator, you get a SIM
(Subscriber Identity Module) card. The SIM card contains a computer chip
that keeps track of your phone number, the services included in your
subscription, and your Phone Book information, among other things.
SIM cards come in two sizes. One is the size of a credit card and the other is
smaller. Your phone uses the smaller card. Many credit card-sized SIM cards
have a perforated smaller card that you can take out easily. Before you can use
your phone, you must insert the SIM card as shown below.
Inserting and Removing the SIM Card
1. Remove the battery if attached. Slide the SIM card into the slot, under the
silvery holders, with the golden connectors facing down and the cut corner
to the right.
2. Raise the edge of the SIM card and slide it out.
The PIN
Most SIM cards are supplied with a security code, also known as PIN
(Personal Identity Number), which you need to access the network. Every
time you turn on your phone, you are asked to enter your PIN. You will find
your PIN in the information from your operator.
Some operators may have services that require a second PIN, your PIN2.
You should be careful with your PIN, since it is your protection against
unauthorized use of your subscription.
Preparing Your Phone for Use
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If your PIN is entered incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM card is
Unblocking Key code), which you also get from your operator.
The Battery
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blocked. If this happens, you can unlock it by using your PUK (Personal
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Your phone comes with a lithium battery. The battery is not charged when you
buy your phone, but there may be enough power to switch the phone on.
Note! We recommend that you charge the battery for up to three hours before
you use the phone for the first time.
Attaching the Battery to your Phone
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Place the battery on the back of the phone and push until you hear a click
When to Charge the Battery
The battery that comes with your phone can be charged whenever you wish
without affecting its performance. You can also charge the battery when the
phone is off.
To remind you that you will soon need to charge the battery or replace it with
a charged one:
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an alarm signal (a short beep) sounds and the message Attention! Battery low
appears in the display.
the indicator light on top of the phone starts flashing red.
If you have an Ericsson-approved battery, you can check the remaining talk
and standby times in the Status menu by sliding the volume key upwards or
downwards in standby mode. The total remaining standby and talk time
depends on the type of battery you use and your position in the network.
Please note that these times are approximate and you may have 20% less time
than is shown in the display.
Note! The phone turns itself off when the battery can no longer power it
satisfactorily.
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Preparing Your Phone for Use
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Charging the Battery
1. Make sure that the battery is
3. Connect the charger to the phone
attached to the phone.
as shown in the picture. The flash
2. Connect the charger to the mains.
symbol on the plug must face
upwards.
Note! The mains plug may look different depending on the mains socket in
your country. Do not connect it to any other item than your Ericsson Travel
Charger CTR-10. It must not be separated from the charger when plugged
into the mains socket.
To indicate charging:
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the battery meter in the display pulses continuously
the indicator on top of the phone shows a steady red light (or green, if the
phone is switched on)
the message Optimized Charging is shown briefly in the display (with an
Ericsson-approved battery)
Note! If you charge a new battery that is empty, or a battery that has not been
used for a long time, it may take several minutes until you get an indication of
charging in the display. Only then can you switch on and use your phone.
When the battery is fully charged, the battery meter in the display is full and
the indicator on top of the phone shows a steady green light.
Tip! You can use the phone while the battery is being charged. However, this
lengthens the charging time.
An Ericsson-approved battery is indicated by Optimized Charging each time you
start charging the battery. For the best charging, talk and standby times in the
long run, we recommend that you use only Ericsson-approved batteries with
your phone.
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Note! Batteries that are not Ericsson-approved are charged slowly for safety
the display during the charging process.
Disconnecting the Charger
Move the plug connected to the phone
upwards to remove it, as shown in the
picture.
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reasons. These are indicated by the message ‘Alien battery - Slow charging’ in
Removing the Battery
1. Slide the release catch upwards.
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Preparing Your Phone for Use
2. Lift the battery away from the
phone.
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Turning Your Phone On
and Off
Turning Your Phone On
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Press and hold the N O key until you hear a tone.
If “PIN:” Appears in the Display
Some SIM cards are protected with a PIN code. If PIN: appears in the display
after you have turned on the phone:
1. Enter your PIN. If you make a mistake while entering your PIN, erase the
wrong number by pressing the C key.
2. Press Y E S .
Note! If your PIN is entered incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM card is
blocked. You can unblock it by using your PUK. See “The SIM Card Lock” on
page 75.
If ‘Phone locked’ appears in the display, enter your phone lock code. See
“The Phone Lock” on page 76.
Network Search
After you have turned on the phone (and entered your PIN), the phone
searches for a network.
When a network is found, the phone beeps three times. The indicator light on
top of the phone flashes green once every second and your network operator’s
name (in most cases abbreviated) appears in the display.
This is called standby mode. You can now make and receive calls.
Note! See “Error Messages” on page 142, if you do not reach standby.
Initial Settings
The first time you turn on your phone, you may want to choose the ring signal
type and set the clock and date. For more information about these and other
settings, see “Personalizing Your Phone” on page 43.
Turning Your Phone On and Off
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Display Language
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Most modern SIM cards automatically set the display language to the
language of the country where you bought your SIM card, (Automatic). If this is
not the case, the preset language is English. To change the display language, see
“Display Language and Input Method” on page 48.
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If your phone shows a language that you do not understand, you can change it
to Automatic, or English, in the following ways:
To change the display language to Automatic
1. If not in standby mode, press and hold the N O key to go to standby.
2. Press
l.
3. Enter 8888.
4. Press
r.
To change the display language to English
1. If not in standby mode, press and hold the N O key to go to standby.
2. Press
l.
3. Enter 0000.
4. Press
r.
Turning Your Phone Off
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In standby mode, press and hold the N O key until you hear a tone.
Turning Your Phone On and Off
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Display Information and
Key Functions
In standby mode, the display shows the name of your operator, the time, the
signal strength and the battery power.
Other icons appear if you receive any messages, divert all your incoming
calls, set the alarm clock and so on. In this chapter, you will also learn about
the key functions.
Display Information
The table below shows and explains each icon which may appear in standby.
Icon
Name
Explanation
Signal strength
meter
Tells you the strength of the network
signal.
Battery meter
Tells you the status of the battery.
Missed call
indicator
You have missed an incoming call.
Divert indicator
All incoming calls will be diverted to a
Accept Some/None defined number.
indicator
No calls or only certain calls from
numbers in a list are received.
Ring signal off
indicator
No sound can be heard when you
receive a call.
Alarm indicator
The alarm clock has been set and is
on.
Silent indicator
All audible signals are turned off,
except the alarm and timer.
SMS indicator
You have received a text message.
Voice mail indicator You have received a voice message,
depending on your subscription.
Line 1 indicator
Line 1 is in use for outgoing calls - if
you subscribe to the Two Line Service
Line 2 indicator
Line 2 is in use - if you subscribe to the
Two Line Service.
Infrared modem
The built-in infrared modem is
activated.
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Keylock indicator
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Ciphering indicator Ciphering is currently not being
provided by the network.
Indicates that the keypad is locked.
Note! Each menu has got its own symbol. See “Menu Graphics” on page 24.
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Key Functions
The table below explains the key functions.
Key
Use
YES
To make calls and answer calls.
To voice dial, press and hold the key.
To enter the Call List from standby.
To choose a menu, sub-menu or setting.
NO
To turn the phone on or off, press and hold the key from
standby.
To end a call.
To reject a call.
To go back one level in the menus, to exit a setting or to
leave a setting unchanged.
To get back to standby mode, press and hold the key.
u, l and r
To enter the menu system.
To move (scroll) through menus, lists and text.
C (Clear)
To erase numbers and letters from the display.
To mute the microphone during a call, press and hold down
the key.
To set the phone silent, press and hold the key from
standby.
To delete an item from a list.
Number keys
To enter the digits 0-9.
The 0 key enters the international prefix (+) if held down.
To call your Voice Mail, press and hold the 1 key.
To enter the phone book, press and hold any of the
numbers 2-9.
To move through menus using shortcuts.
To enter letters, for example when writing an SMS.
*
To enter *.
To shift between capital and lower-case letters.
# (Hash)
To enter #.
Volume key
upwards and
downwards
To increase or decrease the volume of the earpiece or
handsfree loudspeaker during a call.
To reject an incoming call, slide the key twice.
To voice dial, slide and hold the key.
To move through the menus.
To enter the Status menu.
Note! For information about the menus, see “Moving through the Menus” on
page 26.
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Making and Receiving
Calls
In this chapter, we assume that you have turned on your phone and that you
are within range of a network. If you are abroad, you may use other networks,
provided your home network has an agreement that allows you to do this. See
“Setting Network Preferences” on page 88.
Making a Call
1. Enter the area code and
phone number.
2. Press Y E S .
Note! Some countries may not use area codes.
While a call is in progress, a time counter automatically starts and you can see
how long you have been on the phone. If your network and subscription
supports it, you see the price of the call in the display. See “Knowing the Call
Time and Call Cost” on page 91.
Ending a Call
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Press N O to end the call.
Re-dialling a Previously Called Number
In the Call List you find numbers that you have dialled, answered or missed.
To re-dial a previously called number
1. Press Y E S to enter the Call List.
2. Scroll through the list with
u and select the number you want to call.
3. Press Y E S to make the call.
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Automatic Re-Dialling
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For more information, see “Using the Call List” on page 39.
If the connection failed when you first called, the display shows Retry?. You
User busy
Retry?
can now re-dial the number by pressing Y E S . Your phone automatically redials (up to 10 times)
until the call is answered. When the call is successfully connected, you
hear a ring signal.
until you press a key or receive a call.
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Note! Automatic re-dialling is not available for fax and data calls.
Making International Calls
1. Press and hold the 0 key until a + sign appears.
The + replaces the international prefix number of the country from which
you are calling.
2. Enter the country code, area code (without the leading zero) and phone
number.
3. Press Y E S .
Making Emergency Calls
1. Enter 112 (the international emergency number).
2. Press Y E S .
The international emergency number 112 can normally be used in any country,
with or without a SIM card inserted, if a GSM network is within range.
Note! Some network operators may require that a SIM card is inserted, and in
some cases that the PIN code has been entered as well.
Some networks may not use the international emergency number 112.
Receiving a Call
When you receive a call, the phone rings and the display shows Answer?
Answer?
If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification (CLI) service and
the caller’s network sends the number, you see the caller’s number in the
display. If the caller’s number and name are stored in the phone book, the
caller’s name is displayed instead.
If the incoming call is a restricted number, the display shows Private.
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Making and Receiving Calls
Press Y E S to answer the
call.
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Answering a Call
Rejecting a Call
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Busy tone
Slide the volume key on the side of the phone twice.
The display shows Busy tone. The caller hears a busy tone if this is sup-
ported by the caller’s subscription. If Divert Calls When Busy is on, the
call is diverted to the number you have specified. See “Diverting Incoming
Calls” on page 73.
Ciphering
Ciphering is a built-in feature that scrambles your calls and messages to
provide additional privacy.
An exclamation mark is shown in the display during a call, to indicate that
ciphering is currently not being provided by the network.
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During a Call
Your phone has several functions, which you might find helpful while a call is
in progress.
Changing the Listening Volume
You can easily change the listening volume during a call by sliding the
volume key on the side of the phone.
To change the listening volume during a call
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Slide upwards to increase the volume.
Slide downwards to decrease the volume.
Muting the Microphone
If you wish, you may turn the microphone off during a call.
To turn the microphone off temporarily during a call
1. Press and hold down the C key.
Muted
Muted appears in the display.
2. To continue your conversation, release the C key.
Tip! Instead of pressing and holding the C key, you can put the call on hold.
To put a call on hold
1. Press Y E S .
Call held
Call held appears in the display.
2. To continue your conversation, press Y E S again.
Sending Tone Signals
To use telephone banking services or to control an answering machine, you
need to use codes. These codes are sent as tone signals (also known as DTMF
tones or touch tones). With your mobile phone, you may use these codes
during a call. If you press 0- 9, * and # during a call, these numbers and
characters are sent as tone signals.
Tip! You can also save codes only or codes together with a phone number in
your Phone Book. See “Telephone Banking Services” on page 36. However, it
may be a risk to save your codes in the phone in case it is stolen. In order to
safely store your codes in the phone, see “Code Memo” on page 115.
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The Notepad
If you want to make a note of a phone number during a call, you can use your
phone display as a notepad.
Note! You can also record either yourself or the person you talk to during a
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call. See “Voice Memo” on page 109.
To use the notepad during a call
• Use the number keys to enter the number.
When you end the call, the number remains in the display or, if Ask to Save is
On, you will be asked to save the number in your phone book. You can also
find the number in Add Number in the Phone Book menu. See “Your Personal
Phone Book” on page 30.
When you enter the number, the person you are talking to will hear the tones.
If you wish, you may turn the tones off during a call. See “Turn Off Tones” on
page 48.
Checking the Duration or Cost of the Call
During a call, the display normally shows the duration in minutes and
seconds. Depending on your subscription, you may see the call cost displayed
instead.
Note! This depends on your network and SIM subscription. See “Knowing the
Call Time and Call Cost” on page 91.
Minute Minder
If you turn on the minute minder, you hear a beep once every minute during a
call as a reminder of the duration of the ongoing call. See “Minute Minder” on
page 47.
More than One Call Simultaneously
Your phone is capable of handling more than one call simultaneously. You can
put the current call on hold and then make or answer a second call. You can
also set up a conference call with up to five people. See “Handling More than
One Call Simultaneously” on page 83.
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Functions and Settings
R320 Features
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Using the Menus
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Your Personal Phone Book
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Using the Call List
39
Your Voice Mail Service
41
Personalizing Your Phone
43
Sending and Receiving
Text Messages (SMS)
52
Communicating via the Built-in Modem
62
Sending and Receiving Fax,
Data and E-mail
67
Business Card Exchange
70
Diverting Incoming Calls
73
Security for Your Phone and Subscription
75
Handling More than One Call
Simultaneously
83
Setting Network Preferences
88
Knowing the Call Time and Call Cost
91
Using Two Voice Lines
94
Calendar
104
Voice Memo
109
Voice Control
112
Code Memo
115
Calling Card Calls
118
Extras
121
The Profile Concept
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Accessories
128
Online Services
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R320 Features
Your R320 is a new generation phone: a Dual Band phone with a lithium
battery; a phone of modern design and advanced technology. It contains a
whole new set of functionality helping you to be more efficient and
productive, no matter where you are.
Use the WAP micro-browser the same way you use an ordinary Internet
browser; to access a whole world of useful information services. Let the
Calendar keep track of all your meetings and remind you in advance. Relieve
your memory by using the Voice Memo to record yourself or another person,
and store your credit card codes, your PC-password and more in the Code
Memo.
Or why not use the Voice Control and say ‘Answer’ to answer a call or
‘Busy’ if you wish to reject the call. You can also call a person by simply
saying the name.
The R320 has a Profile feature which makes it possible for you to change a
few settings by just choosing a certain profile, since each profile includes a
group of settings preset to suit a certain environment. For example, when you
go to a meeting, you can just choose the ‘Meeting’ profile and a number of
settings that suit a meeting are then set.
The profiles are also related to intelligent accessories such as a desktop
charger, a portable or vehicle handsfree. For example, you may place the
R320 in a vehicle handsfree kit and the ‘In Car’ profile is chosen
automatically.
In the display of the R320 you can see a mixture of text and symbols, which
makes it easier for you to move through the menus when you want to change a
certain setting, turn on the Vibrating Alert, send a message, save a number
and so on.
An extra feature is the numbered shortcuts, which takes you to a certain
setting quickly and easily. You may also create your own favourite menu,
My Shortcuts, by including the settings you use most often. If you should
need help using the menus, the R320 is equipped with help text to guide you.
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Using the Menus
You can find all your phone functions in the menus. You use the menus every
time you want to change a setting in your phone, such as the ring signal. You
also use the menus to get the most out of your phone: to set the alarm clock,
send text messages, save important phone numbers, etc.
The menus are arranged in a loop, which you enter and move (scroll) through
with the
l and r keys or by using shortcuts. Each menu contains a list of
options. Some menus have sub-menus with additional options.
Menu Graphics
You enter the menus by pressing
l or r. At the top of the display there are
icons symbolizing each menu. Besides these, there are symbols within the
sub-menus indicating missed calls, help texts, voice labels etc.
The table below illustrates and explains each menu icon and symbol.
Symbol
Name
Description
Phone Book menu
Your personal phone book
Messages menu
Handling of text and voice messages.
Ongoing Call menu/ Handling of ongoing calls, call time
Call Info menu
and call cost information.
Settings menu
Personal settings and profiles.
Extras menu
Calendar, voice memo, games, alarm
clock and other extras.
WAP Services
menu
Gives you access to Internet.
My Shortcuts menu A selection of your most frequently
used functions.
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Ongoing call
indicator
You have an ongoing call.
Missed calls
indicator
Indicates a missed call in the call list.
Answered call
indicator
Indicates an answered call in the call
list.
Dialled number
indicator
Indicates a dialled number in the call
list.
Indicates that a phone book entry is
saved in the phone memory.
Group indicator
Indicates that a phone book entry is a
group.
Unread SMS
indicator
Indicates that a text message has not
been read.
Unchecked voice
Mail
Indicates that a voice message has
not been checked.
Phone book
look up indicator
Indicates that you can enter the phone
book by pressing .
SIM card memory
indicator
Indicates that an SMS is saved in the
SIM card memory.
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Phone memory
indicator
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Voice label in phone Indicates that a voice label has been
indicator
recorded for an entry in the phone
only.
Voice label in car
indicator
Indicates that a voice label has been
recorded for an entry in the car
handsfree kit.
Voice label in phone Indicates that a voice label has been
and in car indicator recorded for an entry in the phone and
in the car handsfree kit.
Preferred network
indicator
Indicates that a network is preferred
and can be used.
Forbidden network
indicator
Indicates that a network is forbidden
and cannot be used.
Home network
indicator
Indicates that your network is within
range and can be used.
Help text indicator
Indicates a help text.
Lock indicator
Indicates that the card lock or phone
lock is on.
Key Lock indicator
Indicates that the keypad is locked
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Moving through the Menus
There are two ways of moving through the menus:
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scrolling by using
using shortcuts
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Scrolling by Using
u, l and r.
Press...
to...
U
l or r
scroll up or down through menus or functions.
YES
select a menu, sub-menu or setting.
NO
go back one level in the menu system, exit a setting or
leave a setting unchanged.
go back to standby mode by pressing and holding the
key.
C
delete an item from a list.
switch between menus or functions.
Note! For information about how to enter letters, see “Entering Letters” on
page 31.
Tip! Once in the menu system, you can press and hold the
u key or slide and
hold the volume key until you reach the sub-menu that you want instead of
pressing the
u key repeatedly.
Using Shortcuts
A quicker way to move through the menus is to use the shortcuts. You simply
enter the number of the menu or submenu to which you want to go, but you
first need to enter the menus by pressing
l or r. To get back to standby, you
press and hold N O as normal.
Tip! A quicker way to enter the ‘Find and Call’ menu is to press and hold
r.
A quicker way to enter the first sub-menu in the ‘My Shortcuts’ menu is to
press and hold
l.
Note! Your phone may not have all the menu alternatives described in this
manual since many of them are network- and subscription dependent. Because
of this, the shortcut numbers may vary between phones.
How to Interpret the Instructions
In the instructions in this manual we use the scrolling keys
u l r to
describe the functions and settings, since the shortcut numbers may vary
between phones due to your subscription and network.
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To set the key sound
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Key Sound, Y E S .
2. Select Tone.
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In this instruction we are going to set the key sound to ‘Tone’.
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Interpret the instruction as follows:
1. From the standby mode, use
l or r to scroll to the Settings menu.
2. Press Y E S to select the menu.
Now you are in the Settings menu.
The name of the menu that you have chosen is shown at the top of the
display (Settings).
3. Press Y E S to select the Sounds & Alerts sub-menu.
(You do not need to scroll with the arrow keys since this is the first
sub-menu in the main menu Settings).
4. Use
u to scroll to the Key Sound sub-menu.
Press Y E S to select the sub-menu.
5. Use
u to scroll to Tone.
Press Y E S to select the Tone alternative.
Now you have set the key sound to ‘Tone’.
To go back to standby mode, press and hold the N O key.
This is how to interpret the same instruction as above when using shortcuts:
To set the key sound
1. Press
l or r to enter the menu system.
2. Press 4 to select the Settings menu.
3. Press 1 to select the Sounds & Alerts sub-menu.
4. Press 8 to select the Key Sound sub-menu.
5. Select Tone.
Display Text
When you move through the menu system, the display changes. The following
hints can help you:
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Black text within a frame at the top indicates the menu you have chosen.
Inverted text on a black layer indicates your position in the menu system.
If you press Y E S you enter this menu or select this setting.
Grey text indicates a function that is temporarily unavailable, for example
due to your subscription or due to a certain setting which is not set to on.
Text marked with a tick indicates the current setting or settings selected.
Text marked with a filled button indicates the current setting selected.
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My Shortcuts
You can place your favourite settings in the menu My Shortcuts. In this way,
you can reach the settings you use most, quickly and easily.
When you buy your phone, My Shortcuts contains a few settings which you
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can remove if you wish. You can also add a setting from another menu to
My Shortcuts.
To add a setting to My Shortcuts
1. Scroll to My Shortcuts, Y E S , Edit Shortcuts, Y E S .
2. Select a setting from the list by pressing *.
3. Enter the position number you want for your setting in this menu.
4. Press Y E S .
If you want to add another setting, repeat steps 2 and 3.
To remove a setting from My Shortcuts, repeat steps 1 and 2.
5. Press Y E S to exit the list.
Tip! A quicker way to enter the first sub-menu in the ‘My Shortcuts’ menu is
to press and hold
l.
The Dynamic Call Info/Ongoing Call Menu
Depending on whether a call is ongoing or not, the menus Call Info and
Ongoing Call will replace each other:
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During an ongoing call: The menu Ongoing Call is active with its submenu options, e.g. Hold Call, Switch Calls.
During standby mode: The menu Call Info is active with its sub-menu
options, e.g. Last Call, Total Time.
When the Ongoing Call menu is active, you can find the Call Info menu at the
bottom of the Ongoing Call menu.
Help Texts
To help you use the functions and settings of the menus, your phone includes
pop-up help texts that explain the sub-menus.
These help texts are set to On when you buy your phone, but you may turn
them off at any time.
To turn the help texts on or off
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Display, Y E S , Menu Help.
2. Select On or Off.
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Messages
Call Voice Mail
Inbox
Send New
Unsent
Templates
Sent Items
Options
Phone Book
Find and Call
Find and Send*
Add Number
Find and Edit
Business Cards
Voice Labels
Groups
Email Addresses
Calling Cards
Options
Memory Status
Fixed Numbers
Info Numbers
ServiceNumbers
Missed Calls
Call List
Call Costs
Call Timers
Next Call
Options
Call Info
Sounds & Alerts
Profiles
Call Options
Networks
Display
Language
Time and Date
Locks
Voice Control
Handsfree
Master Reset
Settings
* Only available during a call
Turn on/off Tones*
Hold Call*
Switch Calls*
Release Active*
Retrieve Call*
Join Calls*
Transfer Call*
Extract Part*
Release All*
Release Part*
Parties in Conf*
Call Info*
Ongoing Call
My network
04:22pm
Homepage
Bookmarks
WAP Profiles
Enter Address
Resume
WAP Settings
Calendar
Infrared Port
Alarm Clock
Timer
Stopwatch
Code Memo
Calculator
Games
Voice Memo
Accessories
Select Profile
Ring Volume
Switch to Line 1
Infrared Port
Edit Shortcuts
My Shortcuts
alternatives are network and subscription dependent.
menu alternatives in your phone. Many of the
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Please note that this image displays all the possible
depends on whether a call is ongoing or not.
merged into one dynamic menu. Which one is active
The Call Info menu and Ongoing Call menu are
WAP Services
Extras
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Your Personal
Phone Book
You can create a personal phone book by saving phone numbers and
accompanying names (an entry). An easy way to make calls is by recalling the
phone numbers or names saved in your phone book.
Creating a Personal Phone Book
Before you start creating your personal phone book, there are a few things you
need to know. You need to learn about the memories, how to save the numbers
with the international (+) sign and how to enter letters.
Phone Book Memories
You can save phone numbers and names in:
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•
the card memory on the SIM card
the phone memory
Your entries are first saved in the positions on your SIM card. The actual
number of memory positions available depends on your SIM card.
Saving your numbers in the card memory allows you to use the numbers
saved on the SIM card even when you change phones, i.e. when you insert
your SIM card into another phone.
By saving your numbers in the phone memory, they are always available to
you in your phone, even if you change SIM cards. The phone memory holds
99 positions in which your entries are saved when all SIM positions are
occupied.
International Numbers
If you intend to use your phone both at home and abroad, it is a good idea to
save all phone numbers as international phone numbers, i.e. with the (+) sign,
(which automatically replaces the international dialling prefix for the country
you are calling from) followed by the country code, the area code and the
phone number.
To enter an international phone number
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Press and hold 0 to enter the + sign.
Exclude the leading zero in the area code.
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Entering Letters
You can enter letters when you are using the phone book and when you are
composing a short message (SMS). See “Sending and Receiving Text
Messages (SMS)” on page 52.
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Press the appropriate key, 1–9, 0 or #, repeatedly until the character you want
appears in the display.
Press…
to get…
1
Space - ? ! ‚ . : ; " ’ < = > ( ) _ 1
2
ABCÅÄÆàÇ2Γ
3
DEFèÉ3∆Φ
4
GHIì4
5
JKL5Λ
6
MNOÑÖØò6
7
PQRSß7ΠΣ
8
TUVÜù8
9
WXYZ9
0
+&@/¤%$£¥§¿¡0Θ Ξ Ψ Ω
#
# *↵
Example:
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To enter an ‘A’, press 2 once.
To enter a ‘B’, press 2 twice quickly.
To enter lower-case letters, enter the letter, for example an ‘A’ and then
press *. An ‘a’ appears. Lower-case letters now appear until you press *
again.
To enter numbers, press and hold any numeric key.
To delete letters and numbers, press the C key.
You may also use the volume key as a shortcut to certain letters:
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To enter a ‘B’, slide the volume key upwards and press 2.
To enter a ‘C’, slide the volume key downwards and press 2.
If you use the input method called WAP Address, the table above changes
slightly. Then the ~ sign is added to the number 1 key. Also, the signs . _ : are
moved to the left in the row. See “Display Language and Input Method” on
page 48.
Tip! You can choose another alphabet by pressing and holding #. You can
also decide what alphabets you want to choose from, see “Display Language
and Input Method” on page 48.
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Saving a Number Together with a Name
Every phone number that you save includes a position number. You can save
the phone numbers together with a name to make it easier for you to keep
track of your phone numbers.
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To save a number together with a name
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Add Number, Y E S .
A list of numbers used but not saved may appear.
2. Select Add new? or any of the numbers from the list by pressing Y E S .
3. Enter a phone number that you wish to save (including the + sign and the
country code).
4. Enter a name that you want to associate with the phone number and press
YES.
5. You now have three options:
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•
To save the number in the suggested first empty position, press Y E S .
To save the number in another position, press the C key to erase the
position number, enter a new position number and press Y E S .
•
To save the number in the phone memory, you need to know how many
positions you have got on your SIM card. You can check this in Memory Status in the Phone Book menu. If you, for example, have 200
positions on your SIM, you can enter position number 201 to save a
number in the phone memory.
If you have turned the Voice Dialling on, you are asked if you want to add a
voice label to your phone book entry. See “Voice Control” on page 112.
Ask to Save
If you wish to be asked to save any dialled or answered number that is not
already saved in your phone book, you can turn on the Ask to Save option.
To turn Ask to Save function on or off
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Ask to Save.
2. Select Off. Press Y E S .
Note! Your subscription must support the Calling Line Identification service.
Calling a Number Saved In the Phone Book
You can either call a number by using the name saved with it or you can call
the number by using the memory position that it was saved in.
The order of searching for names and numbers depends on the sort order you
have chosen, i.e. by name or by position.
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2. Select a sort order.
To call a number saved in the phone book
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Find and Call, Y E S .
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To choose a sort order
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Sort Order, Y E S .
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2. Enter the position number or the name (or the first few letters of the name)
associated with the number that you want to call.
3. Press Y E S .
If the name displayed is not the one you want, press
u until you find the
correct name and number.
4. Press Y E S to make the call.
Tip! A quicker way to enter the ‘Find and Call’ menu is to press and hold
r.
Shortcuts to Phone Book Entries
When in standby, you can find an entry by:
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entering the position number followed by # .
pressing and holding one of the keys 2-9 to find an entry beginning with a
specific letter.
For example, pressing and holding 2 takes you to the first entry beginning
with the letter A (or closest following).
Once you are in the list of phone book entries you can use
u to scroll
through the positions, or enter a position number or a letter to go to a certain
entry.
Speed Dialling
You can call the phone numbers that you have saved in positions 1–9 in the
memory by entering the position number and then pressing Y E S .
Example:
1. Enter the number 3.
2. Press Y E S to make the call.
Keeping the Phone Book Up to Date
You may need to change the names and numbers in the phone book from time
to time. You may also want to change the position number for the entry.
Editing a Phone Number In the Phone Book
You need to find the phone book entry that you wish to edit. You can use
either the stored position or the name. See “Calling a Number Saved In the
Phone Book” on page 32.
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To edit an entry
1. Scroll to Phone book, Y E S , Find and Edit, Y E S .
2. Enter the position number or the name for the entry that you wish to edit.
Press Y E S .
If the name displayed is not the one you want, press
u until you find the
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correct name and number.
3. Press Y E S to select the entry.
4. Select Edit.
5. Edit the number and press Y E S .
Use
l and r to move the cursor. Use the C key to delete.
6. Edit the name and press Y E S .
7. Edit the position number and press Y E S .
Copying From One SIM Card to Another
If you want to change SIM cards, you do not need to save all the entries in
your phone book once again. Instead, you can copy the entries from one SIM
card to another, via the phone’s memory.
Note! To make sure you do not erase entries that you want to keep, it is
important that you check your phone memory and your two SIM card
memories before you start copying, see “Checking the Status of the Memory”
on page 38.
If your Phone Memory contains phone book entries that you wish to copy to
the new SIM card, you first need to copy these entries from the phone memory
to the new SIM card. Otherwise, you can start copying from your old SIM
card to your new SIM card straight away. See “To copy from one SIM card to
another” on page 35.
To copy from the phone memory to the new SIM card
1. Insert the new SIM card.
2. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Copy, Y E S , Copy to Card, Y E S .
3. Enter the position number of the SIM card where you want to start saving
your phone memory entries. Press YES.
For example, if the SIM card you want to copy to contains 10 entries that
you wish to keep, you should select position number 11.
4. Press Y E S again to start copying.
5. Wait until the display shows Phone book entries copied together with the
number of copied entries.
6. Continue under the heading "To copy phone book entries from one SIM
card to another" below.
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To copy from one SIM card to another
1. Make sure your old SIM card is inserted into your phone.
2. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Copy, Y E S , Copy from card, Y E S .
3. Enter the position number from which you want to start copying and press
YES.
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4. Press Y E S again to start copying.
5. Wait until the display shows Phone book entries copied together with the
number of copied entries.
6. Switch off your phone, enter the new SIM card and switch on the phone.
7. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Copy, Y E S , Copy to card, Y E S .
8. Enter the position number on the new SIM card to which you want to start
saving and press Y E S .
9. Press Y E S again to start copying.
10. Wait until the display shows Phone book entries copied together with the
number of copied entries.
Note! The phone can only copy 99 entries at a time. If your SIM card contains
more than 99 entries, you need to start copying from position 100 the next
time you start copying, and so on.
Overwrite Protection
If you try to save a phone number in a position which already contains a
phone number, the message Overwrite? appears together with the name saved in
that position. You now have two options:
To save the number in the selected position
•
Press Y E S to replace the number with the new one.
To save the number in a different position
1. Press N O .
2. Enter the new position number.
3. Press Y E S to save the number in the new position.
When the Card Memory Is Full
When all SIM card positions are full, an icon appears next to the position
number, see margin. From now on your entries are stored in the phone
memory.
If all positions, including the phone memory are full, you have to delete an old
number by entering a position that is already occupied and press Y E S .
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To delete an entry from the memory
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Find and Edit, Y E S .
2. Enter the position number or the name of the number that you want to
delete and press Y E S . (This depends on the sort order, i.e. by name or by
position.)
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3. Press Y E S .
4. Select Delete.
5. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
To delete all entries from the phone memory
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Delete All, Y E S .
Delete all in
phone memory?
2. The question Delete all in phone memory? appears.
Press Y E S .
3. Enter the phone lock code (0000 or another one that you have chosen
yourself).
All entries in the phone memory are deleted.
Telephone Banking Services
If you use telephone banking services, you can save the phone number of your
bank together with your personal codes and account numbers. You only need
to add pauses between the phone number, account number and security code.
You insert a pause by pressing and holding the * key. Talk to your bank about
the correct flow of the phone number, codes and the number of pauses that are
required.
Note! However, it may be a risk to save your codes in the phone in case it is
stolen. In order to safely store your codes in the phone, see “Code Memo” on
page 115.
To save a phone number with an account number and security code
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Add Number, Y E S .
2. After entering the phone number, press and hold the * key until the pause
character p appears in the display.
3. Enter the code, if needed enter another pause, another code and so on.
4. Enter the name that you want to associate with the phone number and code
and press Y E S .
5. Press Y E S to save.
If you want to save the number in a different position than the one
suggested. See “Saving a Number Together with a Name” on page 32.
To make a call with tone signal codes, proceed as described in “Calling a
Number Saved In the Phone Book” on page 32. When you make the call, the
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phone dials the number, waits until the call is answered and then sends the
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code. If you insert another pause and another code, it pauses again, sends the
next code and so on.
Groups
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The phone also allows you to create groups of phone book entries. In this way
you can send a text message to several recipients at the same time.
See “Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS)” on page 52.
To create a new group
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Groups, Y E S , Add group?, Y E S .
2. Enter a name for the group and press Y E S .
3. Scroll to Add member?, Y E S .
4. Select an entry in your phone book.
5. To add the next member, press Y E S at Add member?.
To add a new member to an existing group
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Groups, Y E S .
2. Select the group that you want to edit.
3. Scroll to Edit, Y E S , Add member?, Y E S .
4. Select an entry in your phone book.
To delete a member from a group
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Groups, Y E S .
2. Select the group that you want to edit.
3. Select Edit.
4. Scroll to the member that you want to delete and press C .
5. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
To delete a group
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Groups, Y E S .
2. Select the group that you want to delete.
3. Select Delete.
4. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
E-mail Addresses
You can save e-mail addresses to be used when you want to send a text
message as an e-mail. You can save 10 e-mail addresses consisting of 60
characters each.
See “Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS)” on page 52.
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To save an e-mail address
2. Enter an e-mail address and press Y E S .
3. Enter a name and press Y E S .
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1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Email Addresses, Y E S , Add new?, Y E S .
To edit an e-mail address
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Email Addresses, Y E S .
2. Select the entry that you want to edit.
3. Select Edit.
4. Edit the e-mail address and press Y E S .
5. Edit the name and press Y E S .
To delete an e-mail address
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Email Addresses, Y E S .
2. Select the entry that you want to delete.
3. Select Delete.
4. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
Checking the Status of the Memory
The Memory Status function in your phone book lets you check how many
memory positions you have left in your memories.
To check the status of your different phone book memories
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Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Memory Status, Y E S .
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Using the Call List
The Call List is a phone number log that saves information (time, date, phone
number and name) about the last 30 incoming and outgoing calls. Once your
list exceeds 30 calls, the oldest one is deleted.
Note! Depending on whether a call is ongoing or not, the menus ‘Call Info’
and ‘Ongoing Call’ will replace each other. See “The Dynamic Call Info/
Ongoing Call Menu” on page 28 for more information.
What Calls Are Saved?
The numbers that you have dialled are always saved. If your subscription
includes the Calling Line Identification (CLI) service and the caller’s network
sends the number, you will also find the numbers (together with a name if
saved in your phone book) of answered and missed calls in the Call List. If
the incoming call is a restricted number, the display shows Private. You can call
any of the numbers in the Call List.
The Call List saves:
Dialled numbers
Answered calls
Missed calls
All the calls are saved together in chronological order. The last call you have
made is saved in the first position. If the same number is called more than
once, the latest call replaces earlier ones. If you check a call within 24 hours,
the time of the call is displayed. Otherwise, the time is replaced by the date.
Note! If you change SIM cards or turn the Call List off, the list is cleared.
Called numbers may remain in the SIM card memory though.
To call a number from the call list
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call List, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the number that you want to call and press Y E S .
Tip! Press Y E S when the phone is in standby mode to go directly to the call
list.
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2. Scroll to the number you want to delete and press C .
The question Delete? appears in the display.
3. Press Y E S to delete the number.
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To delete a number from the call list
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call List, Y E S .
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To clear the call list
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Clear Call List, Y E S .
Call list
Reset?
The question Call List Clear? appears in the display.
2. Press Y E S to clear the call list.
To turn the call list on or off
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Set Call List, Y E S .
2. Select On or Off.
If you select Off the question Call List Clear? appears in the display.
3. Press Y E S to clear the call list.
Missed Calls
If you have missed a call, the message Missed Calls: 1 appears in standby mode,
Missed calls: 1
where the number 1 indicates the number of missed calls.
1. Press Y E S to display the missed calls.
2. If you wish to call a number from the list of missed calls, press Y E S at the
number you want to call.
Note! You can also see the Missed Calls List in the ‘Call Info’ menu. Missed
calls are also saved in the Call List.
Showing And Hiding Your Number
Some operators offer subscriptions where your phone number is normally
hidden. You can choose to show or hide your number for a particular call, if
Calling Line Identification Restriction service (CLIR) is supported by your
subscription.
To hide your phone number for a particular call
1. Enter the phone number you wish to call.
2. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Next Call, Y E S , Hide My Number, Y E S .
3. Press Y E S to make the call.
To show your phone number for a particular call
1. Enter the phone number you wish to call.
2. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Next Call, Y E S , Show MyNumber, Y E S .
3. Press Y E S to make the call.
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Your Voice Mail Service
This service depends on your subscription and operator.
The answering service of your network allows callers to leave a voice
message when you cannot answer your calls. Depending on your network
operator, you will be informed that you have received a voice message in
different ways.
Some operators inform you by sending a specific Voice Mail indication. If
this is the case, the voice mail icon appears in the display.
Most operators, however, inform you by sending a text message, (i.e. an
SMS), for example asking you to call your Voice Mail Service.
Note! For more information about your Voice Mail Service, please refer to the
information provided by your network operator.
Communicating With Your Voice Mail Service
If you want your phone to easily interact with your Voice Mail Service, you
can store the number to your Voice Mail Service. You will get the number in
the information provided by your network operator.
To store your Voice Mail number
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Voice Mail No., Y E S .
2. Enter your Voice Mail number and press Y E S .
Note! The number to your Voice Mail Service may be different if you are
calling from a network that is not your home network.
Calling Your Voice Mail
When you receive a voice mail, an alert signal sounds and the message
New voicemail appears in the display (only if you receive the specific voice mail
indication). If you want to check your voice mail now, press Y E S to call your
Voice Mail Service.
If you press N O , you can call your Voice Mail Service at a later time to listen
to your recorded messages.
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Tip! You can also call your Voice Mail Service by pressing and holding 1
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Changing Number and Signal
To change your Voice Mail number
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Voice Mail No., Y E S .
2. Press and hold C to delete the existing number.
3. Enter your new Voice Mail number and press Y E S .
To change the message alert signal
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Message Alert, Y E S .
2. Select the signal you want.
Tip! If you subscribe to the Two Line Service, you may have different Voice
Mail numbers for your two lines. You may also set different options for the two
lines. For example, you can set all incoming calls on Line 1 to be diverted to
your Voice Mail and let all incoming calls on Line 2 be connected.
Further information about your Voice Mail Service can be found in the
operating instructions supplied by your network operator.
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Silent
You can choose to set your phone completely silent so that all signals except
the alarm and timer signals are turned off.
To set the phone silent
1. From standby, press and hold C .
2. Select Turn on Silent.
An icon appears in standby.
To cancel, repeat step 1 and press Y E S at Turn off Silent.
Ring Signal Volume
You can set the volume in six steps. The first step means that two clicks are
heard when you receive a call. You can also turn the ring signal off (0). An
icon then appears in standby.
To set the ring signal volume
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Ring Volume, Y E S .
The level of the ring volume appears in the display.
2. Use
u to increase or decrease the volume.
The phone rings once with the actual setting as you increase the volume.
3. Press Y E S to save the setting.
Tip! Use the volume key on the side of the phone to change the volume.
Increasing Ring
You can choose a ring signal that rises in steps from the softest volume to the
loudest, Increasing Ring.
To set the ring signal to Increasing Ring
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Increasing Ring, Y E S .
2. Select On.
The Increasing Ring must be Off for the ring signal volume to apply.
Note! If the phone is set to silent, the increasing ring signal is not heard.
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Ring Signal Type
You can choose a ring signal from a list of different sounds and melodies. You
can also compose up to four melodies of your own by entering notes with the
keypad. See “Composing and Editing Your Own Ring Signals” on page 45.
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To choose one of the existing ring signals
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Ring Signals, Y E S , Voice Calls,
YES.
2. With
u, select the ring signal type that you want and press Y E S . When
scrolling through the list, the melody currently stored in the highlighted
position is played.
Tip! If you do not wish to disturb other people, use the volume key on the side
of the phone to scroll silently.
Different Ring Signals for Line 1 and Line 2
If you subscribe to the Two Line Service, you can set different ring signals for
the two lines. Line 1 and Line 2 are displayed instead of Voice.
Different Ring Signals for Voice, Data and Fax Calls
Provided your SIM subscription supports Fax and Data calls, you can set
different ring signals for voice, fax and data calls respectively.
Specific Ring Signals for Personal Calls
If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification (CLI) service,
you can assign a personal ring signal to up to ten callers. You can, for
example, have one ring signal for your friend and another one for your
colleague.
If the last seven digits of a caller’s number correspond to a number you have
specified, then that caller’s ring signal is used.
You can include question marks (?) in a phone number. For example,
012345??? means that calls from phone numbers between 012345000 and
012345999 will have the same personal ring signal. You get a question mark
by pressing and holding #.
To specify a caller’s number and the accompanying ring signal
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Ring Signals, Y E S , Personal Rings,
Y E S , Add new?, Y E S .
2. Enter the caller’s number and press Y E S .
You can also recall it from the Phone Book by pressing
3. Select the ring signal type you want and press Y E S .
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To delete a caller’s number
YES.
2. Scroll to the number you wish to delete and press Y E S .
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3. Select Delete and press Y E S .
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1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Ring Signals, Y E S , Personal Rings,
Composing and Editing Your Own Ring Signals
You can compose four different ring signals.
To compose a ring signal
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , My Melodies, Y E S .
2. Select My Melody 1, My Melody 2, My Melody 3 or My Melody 4.
3. Press C to clear the display.
4. The keypad now works as a keyboard (see figure in margin above).
Use the keypad to enter notes:
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B
Press and hold a key to enter a long note.
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Press 0 to raise the note one octave.
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Press # once to raise the note one semitone.
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Press # twice to lower the note one semitone.
5. To listen to your melody, press Y E S .
6. Press Y E S again to save it or press N O to continue editing.
To edit a ring signal
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , My Melodies, Y E S .
2. Scroll to either My Melody 1, My Melody 2, My Melody 3 or My Melody 4 and press
YES.
3. Select Edit.
The notes are displayed and you can edit the melody notes with the keys.
Press Y E S to play it.
Note! You can also compose your own and download existing ring melodies
from the Ericsson Mobile Internet:
http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com
Sending and Receiving Ring Melodies
You can use the built-in modem in your phone to send your ring melodies to
and another similar phone or a handheld PC/PDA. You can receive melodies
from another similar phone, a handheld PC/PDA or a PC.
In order to send ring melodies, your phone uses a standard called ‘IrDA-Ultra’
and to receive, it can use both ‘IrDA-Ultra’ and ‘Standard IR’.
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and certain PCs and handheld PCs/PDAs. Also, the minimum distance
between your phone and another phone, a PC or a handheld PC/PDA can
vary. If you do not know whether your PC or handheld PC/PDA supports the
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transfer of calendar appointments, or how far away you can place the phone
from it, please consult the User’s Guide of your PC or handheld PC/PDA or
contact the local retailer.
To send a melody
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , My Melodies, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the melody that you want to send. Press Y E S .
3. Position the infrared eye next to the
infrared eye on the phone or handheld
PC/PDA to which you want to send the
melody. Be sure to remain connected
during the whole transfer.
4. Select Beam and press Y E S .
When the transmission has succeeded, the
display shows Melody beamed.
To receive a melody
1. Activate the phone’s infrared eye by scrolling to Extras, Y E S , Infrared Port,
Y E S , 10 minutes, Y E S .
Also, make sure that the infrared eye on the senders'
mobile phone is facing the infrared eye on your phone.
2. When your phone has received the melody, you hear a short tone and see
the text New melody received.
3. If you want to hear the melody before you store it, press Y E S to answer the
question Play?. Otherwise press N O .
4. Press Y E S when you see the text Save melody?.
5. Select in which position in the melody list you want to store the new
melody. The old melody stored in that position will be erased. When
scrolling through the list, the melody currently stored in the highlighted
position is played.
6. Press Y E S to store the melody.
Note! You cannot select ‘Infrared Port’ from the Extras menu if you are using
the WAP browser, or if you use a cable for the communication between your
phone and the computer.
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Vibrating Alert
You can choose to be notified of an incoming call by the buzzing of the
Vibrating Alert. You can set the phone’s Vibrating Alert to one of the
following:
On (all the time)
On If Silent (on when the ring volume is turned off or when you have set
the phone to silent)
Off (all the time)
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Note! When your phone is placed in a desktop charger or a handsfree car kit,
the Vibrating Alert is turned off automatically.
To set the Vibrating Alert
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Vibrating Alert, Y E S .
2. Select the setting you want. Press Y E S .
Message Signal
You can choose whether to hear clicks, tones or nothing (silent) when you
receive a voice or text message (SMS).
To set the message signal
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Message Alert, Y E S .
2. Select the signal you want. Press Y E S .
You can also find the Message Alert in Options in the Messages menu.
Alarm Signal
To change the alarm signal for the alarm clock
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Alarm Signal, Y E S .
2. Select the signal you want. Press Y E S .
Key Sound
You can choose whether to hear clicks, tones or nothing (silent) when you
press the keys.
To set the key sound
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Sounds & Alerts, Y E S , Key Sound, Y E S .
2. Select the key sound you want. Press Y E S .
Minute Minder
If you turn on the minute minder, you hear a beep once every minute during a
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2. Select On or Off. Press Y E S .
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1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Timers, Y E S , Minute Minder, Y E S .
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If you make a note of a number during a call, you use the display as a notepad,
see “The Notepad” on page 19. The person you are talking to will hear the
tone signals as you press the keys. If you wish to, you may turn the tone
signals off.
Note! You can only turn the tones on or off during a call.
To turn the tone signals off during a call
1. Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S .
2. Select Turn off Tones. Press Y E S .
To turn the tone signals on during a call
1. Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S .
2. Select Turn on Tones. Press Y E S .
Display Light
You can set the display light to automatic, off or on. In automatic mode, the
display light is turned off automatically a few seconds after you have pressed
the last key. It comes on again when you press a key or when you receive a
call or message.
To set the display light
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Display, Y E S , Light, Y E S .
2. Select the display light setting you want. Press Y E S .
Display Language and Input Method
Most modern SIM cards automatically set the display language to the
language of the country where you bought your SIM card, Automatic. If this
is not the case, the preset language is English.
You can also select which input methods for text you can choose from when
using the phone book and when writing text messages.
To change the display language
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Language, Y E S , Menus, Y E S .
2. Select the language you want. Press Y E S .
l, 0000, r in standby.
l, 8888, r in standby.
Tip! You can always choose English by pressing
You can always choose Automatic by pressing
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To select input methods to choose from
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Language, Y E S , Input, Y E S .
2. Use * to select or deselect the input methods you want to choose from
when using the phone book and when writing text messages.
The input method called WAP Address is used for entering addresses to WAP
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pages. Besides the ordinary characters found in the input method abc..., the ~
sign is added to the number 1 key. Also, the signs . _ : are moved to the left in
the row. See “Entering Letters” on page 31.
When you enter or edit a phone book entry or compose a message, you can
alter between these input methods by pressing and holding #.
Greeting Text
When you turn on your phone, ERICSSON appears in the display. Instead of this,
you can write your own greeting.
To write a new greeting
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Display, Y E S , User Greeting, Y E S .
2. Select Custom. Press Y E S .
3. Write your new greeting, using the number keys. For information on how
to enter letters, see “Entering Letters” on page 31.
You may also edit your existing greeting.
4. Press Y E S to confirm your setting.
To set the standard greeting
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Display, Y E S , User Greeting, Y E S .
2. Select Standard. Press Y E S .
To turn the greeting off
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Display, Y E S , User Greeting, Y E S .
2. Select Off. Press Y E S .
Phone Number Display
My Numbers allows you to check your phone number(s). If your phone
number cannot be retrieved from your SIM card, you can enter it yourself.
To enter your phone number
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Display, Y E S , My Numbers, Y E S , Voice, Y E S .
2. Enter the number and then press Y E S .
Tip! You can also enter your fax and/or data number and your different
numbers for Line 1 and Line 2, if these are supported by your subscription.
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Time
The time is always displayed when the phone is in standby mode.
To set the time format
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Time Format, Y E S .
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2. Select the 24-hour or 12-hour (am/pm) clock. Press Y E S .
To set the clock
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Set Time, Y E S .
2. Enter the time in hours and minutes, and press Y E S .
Move from number to number by pressing
l or r.
If you select the 12-hour clock, you can alternate between am and pm by
pressing #.
Automatic Time Zone
With the Automatic Time Zone function, you will be asked whether to
update the clock when you enter a new time zone. You can choose to turn the
function off, if you like.
To turn the Automatic Time Zone off
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Auto Time Zone, Y E S .
2. Select Off. Press Y E S .
Note! This service depends on the network.
Date
When the phone is in standby mode, you can slide the volume key upwards or
downwards to see today’s date in the Status menu.
To set the date format
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Date Format, Y E S .
2. Select the date format you want. Press Y E S .
To set the date
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Time and Date, Y E S , Set Date, Y E S .
2. Enter the year (two digits), month and day and then press Y E S .
If you have chosen another date format you must enter the date differently.
Master Reset
You can reset the phone’s settings to the way they were when you bought your
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2. Enter the phone lock code (0000) and press Y E S .
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1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Master Reset, Y E S .
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The phone lock code may be another one, in case you have changed it.
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Sending and Receiving
Text Messages (SMS)
The Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send and receive text
messages consisting of up to 160 characters.
A useful feature in your phone is that you can send text messages to a group
which you have defined in your phone book. See “Groups” on page 37.
Instead of calling or sending a text message to the members of that group one
at a time, you can simply send a single group SMS.
If your SIM card does not contain the phone number to your network service
centre, you must specify the number yourself. Otherwise you cannot reply to
received messages or send your own messages. See “Enable the Phone to
Send SMS” below.
Note! The Short Message Service may not be available on all networks. Some
network operators may only allow SMS to be sent within their own network.
Enable the Phone to Send SMS
If you want to send or reply to a message, you need to make sure that your
network operator’s Service centre number is set. Most modern SIM cards
already contain this information at the time of purchase. You can obtain the
service centre number from your network operator.
To activate a service centre number found in the list
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Service Centres, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the number you want and press Y E S .
3. Select Activate.
If no number is found in the list, you have to set the number yourself.
To enter the phone number to your service centre
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Service Centres, Y E S , Add new?, Y E S .
2. Enter the number, including the international (+) sign and country code
and press Y E S .
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Composing a Text Message
For more information on how to enter text and the letters, see “Entering
Letters” on page 31.
Example:
To enter an ‘A’, press 2 once.
To enter a ‘B’, press 2 twice quickly.
To enter lower-case letters, enter the letter, for example an ‘A’ and then
press *. An ‘a’ appears. Lower-case letters now appear until you press *
again.
To enter numbers, press and hold the numeric keys.
To delete letters, press the C key.
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You may also use the volume key as a shortcut to certain letters:
To enter a ‘B’, slide the volume key upwards and press 2.
To enter a ‘C’, slide the volume key downwards and press 2.
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Sending a New Text Message
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Send New, Y E S .
2. Enter your message and press Y E S .
3. Enter the recipient’s phone number or recall it from the phone book by
pressing
l.
4. Press Y E S to send the message.
5. Sending message appears in the display followed by Message has been sent.
Note! If you have turned on any of the “Set On Send” options (Message Type,
Validity Period, Reply Request), you need to make these choices before
entering the phone number. See “Customizing Your Text Messages” on page
54.
Storing the Message for Later Use
If you do not want to send the message now, you can save it in the phone
memory and send it later:
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Press N O when you are asked to enter a phone number. The message can
now be recalled from the Unsent list in the Messages menu.
To send the message later
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Unsent, Y E S
2. Select the message you want to send.
The message appears in the display.
3. Press Y E S .
4. Select Send.
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message types you can use.
Sending Text Messages to a Group
With your phone you can send text messages to a pre-defined group. You need
to specify a group and save it in your phone book before you can send text
messages to a group. For more information on how to create groups, see
“Groups” on page 37.
To send a text message to a group
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Send New, Y E S .
2. Enter your message and press Y E S .
3. Press
l to enter the Phone Book menu.
4. Scroll to Groups and press Y E S .
5. Select the group you want and press Y E S to send the message.
Note! When you send text messages to a group, you will be charged for each
member included in that group.
Customizing Your Text Messages
Before you send your message, you can set the type of message, the validity
period and if you want the recipient of your message to reply to your message.
Message Type
Your phone can send different types of messages. Your network operator’s
service centre may offer the facility of converting a text message into a format
(e-mail, fax, etc.) that suits the equipment that is going to receive the message.
Please contact your network operator to find out which message types you can
use and how.
You can set a standard message type that you want to use or you can turn on a
Set on Send option, which means that you are asked to select which message
type you want to send, before sending it.
To set a standard message type
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Message Type, Y E S , Set Default, Y E S .
2. Select the message type you want.
The selected message type is now standard until you change it.
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1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Message Type, Y E S , Set on Send, Y E S .
2. Select On or Off.
Validity Period
If your message cannot be delivered because the recipient has turned off the
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phone, your service centre can save the message to send it later. If the service
centre has not been able to reach the recipient within a certain time, the
message will be deleted.
You can set a validity period as your standard or you can turn on a Set on
Send option, which means that you are asked to set the validity period before
sending the message.
To set a validity period as your standard
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Validity Period, Y E S , Set Default, Y E S .
2. Select the validity period you want.
The selected validity period is now your standard until you change it.
To turn the Set on Send function on or off
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options Y E S , Validity Period, Y E S , Set on Send, Y E S .
2. Select On or Off.
Reply to Messages
If you want the recipient of your message to reply, you can turn on the
Request Reply option. When this function is on, you are asked to choose if
you want the recipient to reply or not before your message is sent. If you want
the recipient to reply, select On and press Y E S .
To turn the Request Reply function on or off
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Reply Request, Y E S .
2. Select On or Off.
Note! Not all network operators support these functions.
Templates
If you have one or more standard messages that you use often, you can save
these as templates to be reused whenever you want. You can save up to 5
templates which can consist of 30 characters each. Your templates are saved in
the phone memory.
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2. Enter the message and press Y E S .
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To save a template
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Templates, Y E S , Add new?, Y E S .
For more information on how to enter text, See “Composing a Text
Message” on page 53.
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3. If you want to send the message now, press Y E S when Send message now?
appears in the display, and proceed as described in “Sending a New Text
Message” on page 53. The message is saved in the list of templates.
4. If you do not want to send the message now, press N O . The message is
saved as a template for later use.
To send a template
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Templates, Y E S .
2. Select the template you want to send.
You may edit the message before sending it. See “Sending a New Text
Message” on page 53.
3. When you have completed the message, press Y E S .
4. Enter the recipient’s phone number.
5. Press Y E S to send the template.
To delete a template
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Templates, Y E S .
2. Select the message you want to delete and then press C .
The message Delete? appears in the display.
3. Press Y E S to delete the message.
Receiving a Message
New message
Read now?
When you receive a message, you hear a sound, the indicator light on the top
of the phone rapidly flashes green and the message New message Read now?
appears in the display.
To read the message now
1. Press Y E S when you see the question New message Read now?.
The display shows when the message was received and from what number
it was sent, if your network supports the Calling Line Identification service
(CLI). If you have saved the number together with a name in the phone
book, the name is shown instead.
r takes you forward and
l takes you backwards through the message. An arrow at the bottom right
2. Scroll through the message using the arrow keys.
corner of the display indicates that there is more text in the message.
3. At the end of the message, when the arrow in the display disappears, press
YES.
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A new menu with different options appears:
Sending and Receiving Text Messages (SMS)
Reply
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Forward
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Save
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Call
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Read Next
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The options are described on the following pages.
Note! If the sender of the message wants you to reply, the message ‘Reply
requested Reply?’ appears in the display when you press Y E S , if this function
is supported by your network operator. If you do not want to reply, press N O .
To read the message later
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Press N O when you see the question New message Read now?.
The message is now saved in the phone memory and an envelope icon
appears at the top of the display. The envelope icon disappears as soon as
you have read the message. If you want to read the message later you can
retrieve it from the Inbox menu (see below).
Calling a Phone Number Found in a Message
1. Select the phone number, e.g. Call 0990237237.
2. Press Y E S when the number is highlighted.
Calling the Sender of the Message
1. When you have read the message, press Y E S .
2. Select Call in the option list.
If you have saved the number together with a name in the phone book, the
name of the person who sent the message appears together with Call.
Replying to a Message
1. When you have read the message, press Y E S .
2. Select Reply in the option list.
Your display now looks like the picture in the margin.
3. Select what message you want to send as a reply (send a new message or
include this message when sending a message in return).
4. Enter your message and press Y E S to send the message.
Note! If the sender of the message wants you to reply, the message ‘Reply
requested Reply?’ appears in the display, if this function is supported by your
network operator, when you press Y E S at the end of the message. Press Y E S
again to reply. If you do not want to reply, press N O .
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1. When you have read the message, press Y E S .
2. Select Forward in the option list.
You may edit your message before sending it.
3. When you have completed your message, press Y E S .
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4. Enter the recipient’s phone number.
5. Press Y E S to send the message.
Deleting a Message
1. When you have read the message, press Y E S .
2. Select Delete in the option list.
Tip! You can also delete a message by pressing C while reading it. The
message Delete? appears in the display. Press Y E S to delete the message.
You can delete a message from the list of messages in the Inbox menu without
having to open it.
To delete a message from the list in the Inbox menu
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Inbox, Y E S .
2. Select the message you want to delete and press C .
The message Delete? appears in the display.
3. Press Y E S to delete the message.
Saving Incoming Messages
If you do not want to read an incoming message at once, it is automatically
saved in the phone memory. This allows you to read it later. If there are any
unread messages in this memory, the envelope icon appears at the top of the
standby display.
The phone memory can hold up to 15 messages. When all memory positions
are full, the oldest read message is overwritten when a new message is
received.
If the phone memory becomes full of unread messages, new messages are
automatically saved on the SIM card.
Messages remain in the phone memory until you delete them, until you insert
a different SIM card or until the phone needs the memory space to save new
messages.
The SIM Card Memory
You can save important messages on your SIM card. Messages that are saved
on the SIM card remain there until you delete them, i.e. they will not be
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messages that you can save depends on your SIM card.
To save a received message in the SIM card memory
1. When you have read the message, press Y E S .
2. Select Save in the option list.
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The message automatically moves from the phone memory to the SIM
card memory. The display shows the position of the message and the
Saved on card
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number of saved messages, for example the third message of fifteen that
can be saved on the SIM card.
Note! If you save your messages on the SIM card, you can reach them if you
should use your SIM card with another phone.
Reading a Saved Message
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Inbox, Y E S .
means an unread message.
means that the message is saved on the SIM card.
2. Select the message you want to read.
3. Read the message as described in “Receiving a Message” on page 56.
4. If you want to read the next message, press Y E S at the end of the message.
5. Select Read Next in the option list.
Area Information
The ordinary Short Message Service is a personal service that carries your
private messages. The Area Information is another type of text message which
is sent to all subscribers in a certain network area.
The information may be a local road report or a phone number to a local taxi.
Note! This feature may not be available on all networks.
To turn Area Information on or off
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Area Info, Y E S , Reception.
2. Select On or Off.
Area Information Message Types
Each type of Area Information message is identified by a three-digit code. The
list below shows examples of the Area information codes that exist today.
Code:
AI Message Type:
000
Index
010
Newsflashes
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AI Message Type:
020
Hospitals
022
Doctors
024
Pharmacies
Long-distance road reports
032
Local road reports
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Taxis
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Weather
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District cell information
052
Network information
054
Operator services
056
Directory enquiries (national)
057
Directory enquiries (international)
058
Customer care (national)
059
Customer care (international)
Note! These codes are operator dependent. For information about the area
information services that you can use, please refer to the information supplied
by your network operator.
Area Information Message List
You can decide which types of area information messages you wish to receive.
The number of Area Info codes that can be saved depends on your SIM card.
To insert an Area Information code
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Area Info, Y E S , Edit List, Y E S ,
Add new?, Y E S .
2. Enter the new code and press Y E S .
To delete the code
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Area Info, Y E S , Edit List, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the code you want to delete and press C.
The message Erase? appears in the display.
3. Press Y E S to delete the code.
Receiving an Area Message
When you receive an Area Information message, the message automatically
appears in the display. You read the message in the same way as you read an
ordinary text message, see “Receiving a Message” on page 56. When you
have read the message, press Y E S . The message is deleted.
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Cell Information
The Cell information channel (see “Area Information Message List” on page
60) is used by network operators for sending messages to their subscribers
within a certain network area. For example, the operator may inform you that
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you are within your home network area and that you can now make calls at a
lower rate.
Note! This feature may not be supported by your network operator.
To turn Cell Information on or off
1. Scroll to Messages, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Cell Information, Y E S ,
2. Select On or Off.
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Communicating via the
Built-in Modem
A very convenient feature of your mobile phone is the built-in modem (which
equates to a PC Card modem). With the modem, you can connect your mobile
phone to another similar mobile phone, a handheld PC/PDA or a PC. By
doing this you can send and receive business cards, calendar appointments
and ring melodies.
In order to use the modem with a handheld PC or PDA (EPOC, Windows CE
or Palm OS), please go to http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com for the latest
information and software.
Also, after having installed the modem on a PC or handheld PC/PDA, you can
send and receive fax and e-mail messages, browse the Internet and much
more. See “Using the Modem with a PC” on page 63.
Note! In order for you to use various communications services, you need the
appropriate software, for example a fax program, an e-mail program or an
Internet browser. In order to use the modem together with the WAP browser in
your mobile phone, you also need a mobile phone subscription that supports
this. See “Using the WAP™ Browser” on page 95.
Activating and Deactivating the Infrared Modem
You can choose to activate the built-in infrared modem either automatically or
manually.
The built-in modem has three settings:
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On.The modem will continue searching for other infrared devices until you
turn the modem Off.
Off. The modem is inactive.
10 minutes.The modem will automatically disconnect itself 10 minutes after
the latest connection was ended. This in order to save battery power.
When the infrared modem has been activated, an icon appears in the display.
Your selected setting remains until you select another setting, even if you turn
your phone off.
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Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Infrared Port, Y E S , On, Y E S .
To set the modem to Off
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Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Infrared Port, Y E S , Off, Y E S .
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To set the modem to On
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Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Infrared Port, Y E S , 10 minutes, Y E S
Note! The ‘Infrared Port’ function can also be found in My Shortcuts. See
“My Shortcuts” on page 28.
Using the Modem with a PC
In order to use the built-in modem together with a PC, you have to install the
modem on the PC.
The following requirements has to be fulfilled in order for you to use the builtin modem with a PC:
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IR-equipped computer with Windows® 95/98/NT 4.0, which is configured
for infrared communication (unless you are using a cable). The computer
also needs a Pentium® processor, 30 MB of free hard drive space and a
CD-ROM drive.
To install the built-in modem on the PC
1. Insert the CD in your CD drive. The CD should start automatically, but if it
does not, you can start it manually by choosing Run from the Start menu,
and typing d:\start.exe (change the D drive if your CD drive is named
differently). You can also find the files necessary for installing the built-in
modem on: http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com
2. From the main menu, click Select language and then click OK.
3. Click Software installation and then click Install now!.
4. Follow the Installation Wizard. Place your mobile phone next to the
infrared eye on the computer (or connect it to the cable) when the Wizard
instructs you to.
Note! Do NOT connect your mobile phone to the computer until the
installation program tells you to. This way the installation will run more
smoothly.
Connecting to the PC Using the Built-in Infrared Eye
1. Place your mobile phone according to the picture below. The infrared eye
on the phone should face the infrared eye on the computer. Make sure the
phone is switched on and that the built-in infrared eye is activated, see
“Activating and Deactivating the Infrared Modem” on page 62.
2. Your PC now establishes contact with your mobile phone.
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30°
Connecting to a PC Using a Cable
To establish communication between your computer and your phone, you can
also use an RS232 cable.
Note! The RS232 cable is an accessory and is not included in the mobile
phone kit. If you want to use a cable, be sure to ask for an Ericsson RS232
cable that can be used with your phone.
To connect using a cable
1. Make sure you have installed the modem as described in “To install the
built-in modem on the PC” on page 63.
2. Connect the cable according to the picture below. When you connect the
cable to your mobile phone, you may have to press hard to attach it
properly.
3. Your PC will now establish contact with your phone.
Note! The Ericsson RS232 cable supports the following five signals in the
RS232 standard: Tx, Rx, CTS, RTS, GND. If you experience any problem with
your connection, please go to Ericsson Mobile Internet on
http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com for further information and support.
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Switching Between Infrared Communication and Cable
Communication
You can alternate between using infrared communication or an external
RS232 cable when communicating with your PC. Every time you want to
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change between infrared and cable communication, you need to start the
Setup Assistant.
To switch communication mode
1. Make sure you have gone through all the steps in “To install the built-in
modem on the PC” on page 63.
2. Double-click the file Troubleshooter for R320.bat, which you can find
on your computer under C:/Program files/Ericsson/Communications Suite.
3. When the Setup Assistant is started, it asks you to select a connection type:
Infrared or Cable. Choose the one you want to change to.
4. The Setup Assistant then helps you make the correct settings (and helps
you install any missing components if necessary).
Solving Connection Problems After the Installation
If you have connection problems between your mobile phone and your
computer despite proper installation, you can start the Setup Assistant.
This is the program that analyzes your computer, and helps you install any
missing components.
To start the Setup Assistant
Double-click the file Troubleshooter for R320.bat, which you can find on
your computer under:
C:/Program files/Ericsson/Communications Suite/Troubleshooter for
R320.bat
Tips on Using the Built-in Modem
To make sure you get the most out of your built-in modem, follow these
guidelines:
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You can break infrared communication between your mobile phone and
computer for a short while (approximately 15-20 seconds) without
interrupting the connection. You can configure your computer to make a
warning sound when the mobile phone is removed from its reach. Make
sure you place your mobile phone back in position within the time limit in
order to remain connected.
Strong sunlight can interfere with the infrared light. To ensure a stable
connection, keep the connecting devices away from sunlight.
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The Content of the CD
Among other things, the CD that comes with your mobile phone contains this
User’s Guide in .pdf format, various useful information and software.
Trademark Information
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Microsoft, Windows, Windows CE and Windows NT are registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Pentium is a registered trademark or trademark of Intel.
Psion, EPOC, EPOC32, Series 5 and other names of Psion products or
products of Psion Group companies referenced herein are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Psion plc or the Psion Group.
3Com, Palm, PalmPilot and Palm OS are trademarks or registered trademarks
of 3Com Corporation or its subsidiaries.
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Sending and Receiving
Fax, Data and E-mail
To be able to use different communications services you need the appropriate
software such as a fax program, an e-mail program or an Internet browser.
You also need a phone subscription that supports fax and/or data transmission.
This is not included in the phone kit. For detailed information, please consult
the User’s Guides or your network operator.
Sending Fax and Data Calls
All fax and data calls are initiated from the appropriate computer software. To
send fax and data calls you need to connect your phone to a computer via an
infrared communication link or a cable and then start the appropriate program.
Receiving Fax and Data Calls
The procedure for receiving fax and data calls depends on your network and
subscription. If you have different numbers for voice, fax and data calls, this is
referred to as multi numbering. This means that you can have up to three
numbers in your subscription. If you only have one number for all call types,
this is referred to as single numbering.
Receiving Fax and Data Calls – Multi Numbering
If your network and subscription support multi numbering, the display shows
what kind of a call you are receiving. There are two possible calls apart from
voice calls:
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Fax calls
Data calls
To receive a fax or data call
1. Connect your computer to the phone.
2. Answer the call from within the program (if it is not answered
automatically).
Note! You cannot answer an incoming fax or data call by pressing the Y E S
key on the phone, but you can reject the call by pressing N O .
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If you have a SIM card that does not support separate fax and data numbers,
the phone does not recognize what kind of a call you are receiving.
Next Incoming Call Type
If you want to receive a fax or data call you have to set the phone to one of
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these options in the Next Incoming sub-menu. You only see this menu if your
phone detects that you do not have separate numbers for data, fax and voice.
Once you have set your phone for a specific incoming call, it stays like this
until you change it. The normal setting is Voice.
Note! Depending on whether a call is ongoing or not, the menus ‘Call Info’
and ‘Ongoing Call’ replace each other. See “The Dynamic Call Info/Ongoing
Call Menu” on page 28 for more information.
To set the next incoming call type
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Next Call, Y E S , Next Incoming, Y E S .
2. Select the call type you want (Voice, Data or Fax).
3. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
Changing the fax class
If you use fax class 1 and have problems faxing from one mobile phone to
another, it is probably due to long delays over the GSM network.
To change the fax class if you are using Microsoft® fax on Windows 95
1. Click Start and point to Settings. A sub-menu appears.
2. Click Control Panel.
3. Double-click the Mail and Fax icon (it may be called Mail).
4. In the dialog box that appears, select Microsoft fax. Click Properties.
5. Select the Modem tab.
6. Select Ericsson R320. Click Properties.
7. In the dialog box that appears, click Advanced.
8. Select the box Use class 2 if available.
9. Click OK.
10. Restart Microsoft fax for the changes to take effect.
If you want to use other fax programs or operating systems, please consult
your User’s Guides.
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Sending and Receiving E-mail
You can use the phone’s built-in modem and a computer to send or receive
e-mail.
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1. In the Dial-Up Networking service on your computer, choose the Ericsson
R320 as the modem you wish to use.
2. Place your mobile phone next to your computer and make sure it is
connected properly, i.e. within 1 metre and 30 degrees of the other infrared
eye.
3. Start your e-mail program and write a message.
4. Send your e-mail message.
Receiving an e-mail
1. In the Dial-Up Networking service on your computer, choose the Ericsson
R320 as the modem you wish to use.
2. Place your mobile phone next to your computer and make sure it is
connected properly.
3. Start your e-mail program and open your inbox to read your new e-mail
messages.
Note! The steps above are only shown as examples. For detailed information
on how to use your e-mail program, fax program and Internet browser as well
as how to set up the programs properly, please consult the appropriate User’s
Guides or your service provider.
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Business Card
Exchange
An electronic business card consists of a name and a phone number and your
phone allows you to send and receive the people in your phone book as
business cards. You can also create, edit and send your own business card.
The business cards can be sent from your mobile phone to another similar
phone and certain handheld PCs/PDAs. The phone can receive business cards
from another similar phone, a handheld PC/PDA or a PC.
In order to send business cards, your phone uses a standard called
‘IrDA-Ultra’ and to receive, it can use both ‘IrDA-Ultra’ and ‘Standard IR’. If
you encounter problems, this can be due to the fact that your PC, handheld
PC/PDA cannot handle these standards.
Note! If you do not know whether your PC, handheld PC/PDA can handle the
transfer of electronic business cards, please consult its User’s Guide or
contact either the manufacturer or the local retailer of the PC, handheld PC/
PDA.
Before you start sending and receiving
with the built-in modem, make sure that
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the infrared eye on the mobile phone,
handheld PC/PDA or PC is no more than
a metre away and at an angle of 30
30°
degrees or less from your phone.
Sending Business Cards
To send your own business card
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Business Card, Y E S .
2. Position the phone’s infrared eye next to the infrared eye of the phone,
computer or handheld PC/PDA to which you want to send the business
card.
3. Select Beam My Card.
If you have not created your personal business card yet, you are asked if
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Wait until the display shows Business card beamed.
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you want to create one
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Business Card, Y E S , Find & Beam, Y E S .
2. Start a search in your mobile phone’s phone book by entering the first
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letter of the person whose business card you want to send.
If you have chosen to sort the names in your phone book by position, you
start a search in the phone book by entering a position number instead of a
name. See “To choose a sort order” on page 33.
3. Position your phone’s infrared eye next to the infrared eye on the phone to
which you want to send the business card.
4. Press Y E S .
Wait until the display shows Business card beamed.
Editing Your Own Business Card
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Business Card, Y E S , Edit My Card, Y E S .
2. Edit your own phone number, press Y E S , edit your name and press Y E S
again.
Receiving a Business Card
The infrared eye on your phone has to be activated if you want to receive
business cards.
1. Activate the infrared eye by scrolling to Extras, Y E S , Infrared Port, Y E S , 10
minutes, Y E S . You can also reach this function by placing it in My
Shortcuts, see “My Shortcuts” on page 28.
2. Position the infrared eye on your phone
next to the infrared eye on the phone,
handheld PC/PDA or computer from
which you want to receive the business
card.
3. When your phone has received the
business card, you will hear a short tone
and see the incoming business card
together with the text Save received business
card? in the display.
4. Press Y E S to store the new business card in your phone and wait until the
display shows Saved.
If you see the message Phonebook memory full in the display, you are asked if
you want to overwrite a position in the phone book.
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Note! You cannot select ‘Infrared Port’ from the Extras menu if you are using
phone and the computer.
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Diverting Incoming Calls
If you want to make certain that your incoming calls are correctly handled
when you are unable to answer them, you can use the Divert Calls service to
divert them to another phone number.
Note! The Divert Calls service may not be available on all networks.
The Divert Calls service lets you divert your voice, fax and data calls
respectively - provided your subscription supports fax and data calls.
For voice calls, you may choose between the following divert alternatives:
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All Voice Calls - divert all voice calls.
When Busy - divert calls if you are already on the phone
No Reply - divert calls that you do not answer within a specified time limit
(operator dependent)
Not Reachable - divert calls if your phone is turned off or if you are
unreachable.
Note! These alternatives are only valid for voice calls.
If you subscribe to the Two Line Service, you may set different Divert Calls
for your two voice lines, i.e. Line 1 and Line 2. You will then have an
additional divert alternative, i.e. All Line 2 Calls.
Tip! If you place your phone in a specific Ericsson Desktop Charger, your
calls may be diverted automatically. See “Desktop Charger” on page 128.
When you are making a phone call and the phone call is diverted to another
number, this is indicated in your display, if supported by your subscription.
Similarly, when receiving an incoming phone call which has been diverted
from another number, this is indicated in your display, if supported by your
subscription.
Activating Divert Calls
To turn on the Divert Calls function
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Divert Calls, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the divert you want to turn on (All Voice Calls, When Busy, No Reply, Not
Reachable, Fax Calls or Data Calls) and press Y E S .
3. Select Activate.
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4. A phone number recently used for the divert function or a number recently
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present in the display will be suggested as a divert number. Enter the
phone number, including the area code, to which you want your calls to be
diverted and then press Y E S . If you need to delete numbers, press C .
Tip! If the phone number is stored in the phone book, you do not need to enter
l and then recall the number.
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When you turn on the All Voice Calls divert, an icon is shown in standby.
Note! When the Restricted Calls function is on, some Divert Calls options
cannot be activated. See “Security for Your Phone and Subscription” on page
75.
Cancelling Divert Calls
To cancel a certain Divert Calls
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Divert Calls, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the divert you want to cancel and press Y E S .
3. Select Cancel.
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message which informs you
that the Divert Calls has been cancelled.
Checking the Divert Status
To check the status of a certain Divert Calls
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Divert Calls, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the divert you want to check and press Y E S .
3. Select Get Status.
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message which informs you
whether the Divert Calls is on or not.
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Security for Your Phone
and Subscription
There are several ways to protect your phone and subscription from
unauthorized use. Anything from a SIM card lock to full phone number
control.
The SIM Card Lock
The SIM card lock only protects your subscription and not your phone itself
from unauthorized use. If you change SIM cards, the phone still works with
the new SIM card.
Most SIM cards are locked at the time of purchase. If the SIM card lock is on,
you have to enter the PIN (Personal Identity Number) every time you turn on
your phone. If you enter your PIN incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM
card is blocked. This is indicated by the message PIN blocked. If this happens
you need to unblock it to access your subscription.
To unblock your SIM card
1. PIN blocked appears.
2. Enter your PUK (or PUK2) which you will find in the information
supplied by your network operator.
3. Press Y E S .
4. Enter a new four- to eight-digit PIN (or PIN2).
5. Press Y E S .
6. Re-enter the new PIN (or PIN2) to confirm.
7. Press Y E S .
Note! If you enter the wrong PUK ten times in a row, your card is permanently
blocked. If this happens, you should contact your network operator.
To change your PIN code
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Change PIN, Y E S .
2. Enter your old (current) PIN and press Y E S .
3. Enter your new PIN and press Y E S .
The phone asks you to repeat the PIN.
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The PIN has now been changed.
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4. Enter your new PIN a second time and press Y E S .
Note! If the message ‘Codes do not match’ appears, this means you entered
the new PIN incorrectly. If the message ‘Wrong PIN’ appears, followed by
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‘Old PIN:’, you entered your old PIN incorrectly.
To change your PIN 2
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Change PIN2, Y E S .
2. Follow the same procedure as described in ‘To change your PIN code’
above.
To turn off the SIM card lock
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Protection, Y E S , Off,
YES.
2. Enter your PIN and press Y E S .
The message Unlocked confirms that the card lock has now been turned off.
Note! This only works if your SIM card allows you to cancel the card lock.
To turn on the SIM card lock
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Card Lock, Y E S , Protection, Y E S , On,
YES.
2. Enter your PIN and press Y E S .
The message Locked confirms that the card lock is now on.
The Phone Lock
The phone lock protects the phone against unauthorized use if it is stolen and
the SIM card is exchanged. It is not on when you buy the phone. You can
change the phone lock code (0000) to any four- to eight-digit personal code.
The phone lock can be On, Automatic or Off.
Phone Lock On
If the phone lock is On, the message Phone locked Phone lock code: appears each
time you turn on the phone. You have to enter your code followed by Y E S to
use your phone.
Automatic
If the phone lock is set to Automatic, you do not need to enter your phone
lock code until a different SIM card is inserted in the phone. After the phone
lock code has been entered correctly, the phone can be used with the new SIM
card. You are not asked to enter the phone lock code again until the original
SIM card or a different SIM card is inserted.
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Changing the phone lock code
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1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Phone Lock, Y E S , Change Code, Y E S .
2. Follow the steps described in “To change your PIN code” on page 75.
Note! It is important that you remember your new code. If you should forget it,
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you have to hand in your phone to your local Ericsson retailer.
To set the phone lock to on, automatic or off
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Phone Lock, Y E S , Protection, Y E S .
2. Select On, Automatic or Off. The current selected setting is not available in
the list.
3. Enter the phone lock code and press Y E S .
The new lock status is shown.
The Keypad Lock
The keypad lock feature helps you to avoid accidental dialling, which can
happen if you keep your phone in your pocket. You can choose between
manual and automatic keylock.
An icon in the shape of a key
in the display informs you that the keypad is
locked.
Note! Calls to the international emergency number 112 can be made when the
keypad is locked. If the phone alarm rings, you can turn it off by pressing any
key.
The keypad remains locked until you:
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answer an incoming call,
replace the battery,
unlock the keypad.
The Manual Keylock
To lock the keypad manually
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Press C until the Standby menu appears and then press *, or scroll to Keylock
on and press Y E S .
To unlock the keypad
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Press C and then press *or Y E S to answer the question Turn off Keylock?.
The Automatic Keylock
Automatic keylock means that if no keys are pressed in 25 seconds, the
keypad will be locked.
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2. Select On and press Y E S .
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To set the automatic keylock
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Locks, Y E S , Auto Keylock, Y E S .
Note! The keypad lock is always disabled if the phone is connected to vehicle
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handsfree equipment.
Restrict Calls
The Restrict Calls service allows you to restrict certain types of calls to be
made and received.
Note! This service may not be available on all networks or may require a
separate subscription.
The following calls can be restricted:
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all outgoing calls, All Outgoing
all outgoing international calls, Outgoing Intl
all outgoing international calls except to your home country, Outg Intl Roam
all incoming calls, All Incoming
all incoming calls when you are abroad (when roaming), Inc when Roam
To make sure that a call restriction is not changed by someone else, you need a
password, which comes with your subscription, to turn on or cancel a call
restriction. You can change the password as often as you like.
To turn a call restriction on or off
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Restrict Calls, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the option you want and press Y E S .
3. Select Activate or Cancel.
4. Enter your password and press Y E S .
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message which informs
you whether the call restriction is on or not.
Note! If you divert incoming calls you cannot activate some Restrict Calls
options. Likewise, if you restrict calls, you cannot activate some Divert Calls
options. See “Diverting Incoming Calls” on page 73.
To cancel all restricted calls
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Restrict Calls, Y E S , Cancel All, Y E S .
2. Enter your password and press Y E S .
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message confirming that all
call restrictions have been cancelled.
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2. Scroll to the option you want and press Y E S .
3. Select Get Status.
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To check the status of a call restriction
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Restrict Calls, Y E S .
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message which informs you
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whether the call restriction is on or not.
To change the password
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Restrict Calls, Y E S , Change Passwd,
YES.
2. Enter the old (current) password and press Y E S .
3. Enter the new password and press Y E S .
4. Enter the new password a second time and press Y E S .
The message Please wait appears, followed by a message confirming that the
password has been changed.
Fixed Dialling
Fixed Dialling is a way of restricting outgoing calls. It requires a SIM card
that allows fixed numbers to be saved. The fixed numbers are normally
protected by your PIN2. How many fixed numbers you can save depends on
your SIM card.
The Fixed Dialling function allows calls to be made only to certain numbers
saved on the SIM card. If an attempt is made to call other numbers, the
message Number not permitted appears in the display.
It is possible to save partial numbers, for example an area code, or an area
code followed by the first digits common to several numbers. Storing
0123456 allows calls to be made to all numbers starting with 0123456.
Numbers beginning with the international (+) sign and country code can also
be saved, allowing you to make calls abroad.
Numbers which include question marks can be saved. A question mark should
be read as a wild card, i.e. it can represent any number (0-9). To enter a
question mark press and hold #.
Note! The Fixed Dialling service does not prohibit calls to the international
emergency number 112.
To turn the Fixed Dialling service on or off
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Fixed Dialling, Y E S .
2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
3. Select On or Off.
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To save fixed numbers
2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
3. Enter the fixed number and press Y E S .
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1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Fixed Numbers, Y E S , Add new?, Y E S .
4. Enter the name you want to associate with the number and press Y E S .
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To edit a saved fixed number
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Fixed Numbers, Y E S , Edit, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the fixed number that you want to edit and press Y E S .
3. Select Edit.
4. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
5. Edit the fixed number and press Y E S .
6. Edit the name and press Y E S .
7. Enter the position number and press Y E S .
To delete a fixed number
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Fixed Numbers, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the fixed number that you want to delete and press Y E S .
3. Select Delete.
4. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
The fixed number is deleted.
Closed User Groups
The Closed User Group (CUG) function is another way of lowering call
costs. It depends entirely on your operator and subscription. Not all networks
support this function.
Your network operator can place certain numbers in groups. On some
networks it is cheaper to make calls within a call group. You can have a
maximum of 10 groups.
To add a Closed User Group
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S , Edit List, Y E S .
2. Scroll to Add new? and press Y E S .
3. Enter the name of the user group and press Y E S .
4. Enter the index number of the group and press Y E S .
Note! The index numbers are provided by your network operator.
To activate a Closed User Group
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S , Edit List, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the group you want and press Y E S .
3. Select Activate.
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To call outside Closed User Groups
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Calls can only be made within the selected user group.
You can decide whether outgoing calls to a non Closed User Group number
are allowed.
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S , Open Calls,
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YES.
2. Select On.
To edit a name in the Closed User Group List
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S , Edit List, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the group that you want to edit and press Y E S .
3. Select Edit.
4. Enter a new name and press Y E S .
To delete a group from the Closed User Group List
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Closed Groups, Y E S , Edit List, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the group that you want to delete and press Y E S .
3. Select Delete.
Accept Calls
With the Accept Calls service, you can choose to receive calls only from
certain numbers. Other calls are automatically rejected by a busy tone. You
have to store the numbers that you want to receive in an Accepted List. The
rejected calls are saved in the Call List in the Call Info menu. When you buy
your phone, the setting for the Accept Calls service is set to From All, i.e.
you receive calls as normal.
To add numbers to the Accepted Callers List
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Accept Calls, Y E S , Accepted List,
YES.
2. Scroll to Add new?, Y E S . This takes you to your phone book.
3. Select a number.
To add more participants in the Accepted Callers List, repeat steps 2 to 3
above. It is possible to choose a number within a group in your phone
book.
To delete numbers from the Accepted Callers List
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Accept Calls, Y E S , Accepted List,
YES.
2. Scroll to the number you want to delete and press C .
3. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
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To check the Accepted Callers List
YES.
To turn on the From List function
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1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Accept Calls, Y E S , Accepted List,
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Accept Calls, Y E S , Accept Options,
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YES.
2. Select From List.
Now you will only receive calls from the participants in the Accepted
Callers List. An icon is shown in standby.
To turn on the From No One function
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Accept Calls, Y E S , Accept Options,
YES.
2. Select From No One.
All incoming calls will now be rejected. The caller hears a busy tone and
you get no indication of incoming calls. An icon is shown in standby.
To turn on the From All function
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Accept Calls, Y E S , Accept Options,
YES.
2. Select From All.
You will now receive all calls as normal.
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Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Accept Calls, Y E S , Accept Options,
YES.
The Accepted Calls alternative that is on is marked with a filled button.
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Handling More than One
Call Simultaneously
Your phone allows you to handle more than one call simultaneously. This
means that you can put a call that is in progress on hold, while you make or
answer a second call, and then switch between the two calls.
You may also set up a Conference Call to have a joint conversation with up to
five people. You may put an individual or a group of conference members on
hold while you add other people to the conference call. You may also put
conference members on hold while you talk to someone privately. See
“Conference Calls” on page 85.
Note! Depending on whether a call is ongoing or not, the menus ‘Call Info’
and ‘Ongoing Call’ will replace each other. See “The Dynamic Call Info/
Ongoing Call Menu” on page 28 for more information.
The Call Waiting Service
If you wish to be able to receive a second call, while another call is in
progress, you must turn on the Call Waiting service.
Note! The Call Waiting service may not be available on all networks.If you
are engaged in a fax or a data call, you will not hear any incoming calls.
Incoming calls are rejected.
To turn on the Call Waiting service
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Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Call Waiting, Y E S , Activate, Y E S .
There may be a short delay before the network responds. In the meantime,
the message Please wait is displayed. This is followed by the message Call
Waiting Activated.
To cancel the Call Waiting service
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Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Call Waiting, Y E S , Cancel, Y E S .
To check whether the Call Waiting service is on or not
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Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Call Options, Y E S , Call Waiting, Y E S , Get Status, Y E S .
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Call held
2. Enter the number you wish to call and press Y E S .
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Making a Second Call
1. Put the current call on hold by pressing Y E S .
You may also retrieve the number from your phone book by pressing and
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holding
Note! You can only put one call on hold.
Receiving a Second Call
If the Call Waiting service is on, you hear a tone in the earpiece if you receive
a second call. The number or name of the caller is normally shown at the top
of the display together with a list of the alternatives Answer, Busy and
Release&Answer. If the incoming call is a restricted number, the display shows
Private.
You can do one of the following:
Put the current call on hold and answer the waiting call
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Press Y E S to answer the waiting call.
The current call is now put on hold.
Your held call is marked in grey in the display and the active call is marked
in black.
Continue the current call and reject the waiting call
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Select Busy.
The waiting call is rejected. If the caller’s network supports it, the caller
hears a busy tone.
Note! If ’Divert When Busy’ is on, the waiting call is diverted to the number
you have specified.
End the current call and answer the waiting call
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Select Release&Answer.
One Active Call and One Call On Hold
When you have one active call and one call on hold, you can do one of the
following:
Switch between the two calls
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Press Y E S .
End the active call and return to the call on hold
1. Press N O . The question Retrieve call? appears.
2. Press Y E S .
If you press N O , also the call on hold will be ended.
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Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S , Release All, Y E S .
Connect the two calls (Call Transfer)
Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S , Transfer Call, Y E S .
The two calls are now connected to each other, and you are disconnected
from both calls.
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End both calls
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Note! The Call Transfer service may not be available on all networks.
Join the two calls into a Conference Call
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Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S , Join Calls, Y E S .
See ‘Conference Calls’ below.
Receiving a Third Call
If the Call Waiting service is on, you may receive a third call when you have
one active call and a second call on hold. From now on, you cannot answer
any more calls without disconnecting one, if you do not want to create a
conference call. You hear a tone in the earpiece and Busy and Release&Answer
appear in the display.
You can do one of the following:
End the current call and accept the waiting call
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Select Release&Answer.
The waiting call becomes active and the call on hold remains on hold.
Reject the waiting call
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Select Busy.
The third call is rejected. Provided the caller’s network supports this
function, the caller hears a busy tone.
Create a conference call
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Conference Calls
A conference call is a call with more than two participants. As in an ordinary
conference, all participants can hear each other at the same time. You may
include up to five participants in a conference call.
Note! The Conference Call service may not be available on all networks.
Creating a Conference Call
To create a conference call, you must have one active call and one call on
hold.
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To join the two calls into a conference call
Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S , Join Calls, Y E S .
You have now created a conference call (with yourself, the former active
and held calls as participants).
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You may put the conference group on hold and then add new participants.
To add a new participant
1. Press Y E S to put the conference group on hold.
2. Call the next person you wish to include in the conference group.
3. Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S , Join Calls, Y E S .
You can include up to five participants in the conference group by
repeating steps 1 to 3 above.
To check the participants in the conference group
1. Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S , Parties in Conf, Y E S .
The first participant’s phone number is displayed, if available. If the
participant’s number and name are stored in your phone book, the name is
displayed instead. Otherwise the display shows part 1, 2 etc.
2. Scroll with
d to check the other participants.
Having a Private Conversation with One of the Participants
If you wish to have a private conversation with one of the participants, you
may extract that participant from the conference and put the other participants
on hold.
To extract a participant
1. Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S , Extract Part, Y E S .
2. Select the participant that you want to extract. Press Y E S .
To rejoin the participant to the conference group
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Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S , Join Calls, Y E S .
Releasing Participants from the Conference Group
You can release participants from the conference group one by one or all at
once.
To release a certain participant
1. Scroll to Ongoing Call, Y E S , Release Part, Y E S .
2. Select the participant that you want to release. Press Y E S .
To release all participants
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Making a Call while a Conference Call Is in Progress
switch between the new call and the conference call.
To put the conference group on hold and make a new call
1. Press Y E S .
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2. Enter the number you wish to call and press Y E S .
To switch between the new call and the conference group
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Press Y E S .
To end the new call and return to the conference group
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Press N O and then Y E S .
Ending the Conference Call
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Press N O .
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Setting Network
Preferences
Searching for Networks
When you turn on the phone, it searches for the last accessed network. If this
is not within range, you may use another network, provided your home
network has an agreement that allows you to do so. This is called roaming.
The order of preference in which the phone chooses a network is determined
by a list of preferred networks on your SIM card. Your phone includes a
number of functions that let you determine how it searches for a network. You
may also choose a network yourself from those within range.
To select a network
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Select Network, Y E S .
2. If there is more than one network within range, scroll to the network you
want and press Y E S to select it.
To start an automatic network search
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Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , New Search, Y E S .
The phone automatically starts searching for a network according to the
list of preferred networks stored on your SIM card.
Display Information
The currently used network is marked with a filled button. Together with the
network name, you also get the following information in the display:
The display shows...
meaning...
Your home network is within range. You can use it.
The name of the network is included in a list of
preferred networks on your SIM card. You can use
this network.
The name of the network is included in a list of
forbidden networks on your SIM card. You may not
be allowed to use this network, except for
emergency calls.
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All other networks without any icons are available, i.e. they are not included
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in the preferred or forbidden list on your SIM card but they may be used.
Forbidden Networks
The names of the forbidden networks are stored on your SIM card. If such a
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forbidden network is within range, it is left out when the phone searches for a
network (automatic search mode).
If your home network and a forbidden network come to an agreement that
allows you to use the forbidden network, you can select this network even
though the message Forbidden is displayed.
List of Preferred Networks
You can create and edit a list that defines in which order your phone will
select a network during automatic network selection, when your home
network is not within range.
The number of networks that can be stored in the list depends on your SIM
card.
You can review the network list and rearrange the order of the networks.
You can also add new networks to the list and delete networks from it.
To review the list of networks
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S .
The name of the first network is displayed.
Use
u to scroll through the networks in the list.
To see a network’s full name
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S .
2. Scroll to a network and press Y E S .
3. Select Full Name.
To add a network to the list
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S , Add new?, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the network that you want to add and press Y E S .
If the network you want does not appear in the list, scroll to Other and press
YES.
Enter the three-digit country number and the two-digit network
number and press Y E S .
3. Enter a position number and press Y E S .
Note! All lower prioritized networks will be shifted one step down in the list.
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2. Scroll to the network that you want to delete and press Y E S .
3. Select Delete.
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1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S .
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1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Preferred Nets, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the network that you want to move and press Y E S .
3. Select Change Priority.
4. Enter the new position within the list and press Y E S .
Search Modes
When you turn on your phone, it searches for a network. This can be done in
two different ways, depending on the search mode that is on. When you buy
your phone it is set to automatic search mode.
Automatic search mode means that your phone searches for the last accessed
network first. If this is not available, it automatically searches for another
available network within range.
Manual search mode means that your phone searches for the last accessed
network first. If this is not available, the question Select net? appears. You
then need to choose a network as described in “Searching for Networks” on
page 88.
To turn on the automatic search mode
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Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Search Mode, Y E S , Automatic, Y E S .
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Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Networks, Y E S , Search Mode, Y E S , Manual, Y E S .
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Knowing the Call Time
and Call Cost
During a call, the duration of the call is shown in the display. When you end
the call, the call duration information is shown for another three seconds. If
you subscribe to cost information, the call cost (or the number of call units) is
displayed instead of the call duration.
Note! Depending on whether a call is ongoing or not, the menus ‘Call Info’
and ‘Ongoing Call’ will replace each other. See “The Dynamic Call Info/
Ongoing Call Menu” on page 28 for more information.
Total Call Time or Call Cost
The Call Info menu allows you to check the total time or cost of your calls.
To check the duration of the last call
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Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Timers, Y E S , Last Call, Y E S .
Now you can check the duration of the last call.
To check the cost of the last call
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Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Costs, Y E S , Last Call, Y E S .
Now you can check the cost (if you subscribe to cost information) of the
last call.
To check the time of your outgoing calls
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Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Timers, Y E S , Outgoing Time, Y E S .
To check the total call time
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Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Timers, Y E S , Total Time, Y E S .
To check the total call cost
Total Time
Reset?
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Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Costs, Y E S , Total Cost, Y E S .
To reset the total call time
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Timers, Y E S , Clear Timers, Y E S .
2. Select Total Time or Outgoing time.
3. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
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2. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
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To reset the total call cost
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Costs, Y E S , Clear Total Cost, Y E S .
Note! If you subscribe to cost information, you must enter your PIN2 to clear
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the cost or time counter.
Determining the Call Cost
The Tariff function lets you enter and specify the price per call unit. The price
entered is stored on your SIM card.
Note! This service must be supported by your subscription and your network.
If you do not specify a price per call unit, the number of call units is displayed
during a call, and in ‘Last call’ and ‘Total cost’ in the ‘Call Info’ menu.
To enter the price per call unit
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S Call Costs, Y E S , Set Tariff, Y E S .
2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
3. Select Change Tariff.
4. Enter the code for the currency you want, for example GBP for Pound
Sterling, and then press Y E S .
5. Enter the price per call unit, for example 0.75, and press Y E S . To enter the
decimal point, press #.
To revert to call units
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S Call Costs, Y E S , Set Tariff, Y E S .
2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
3. Select Units.
Credit Limit for Calls
If both your network and SIM card support this feature, you can enter a total
amount of money that can be used for making calls. This could be useful when
you lend your phone to someone and do not want their call costs to exceed a
certain amount which you can decide. After a call is made, the cost is
deducted from this amount. When the amount reaches zero, no more calls can
be made.
Note! As the price of a call may vary due to where you are calling from, at
what time of the day you are calling and so on, the credit limit is only an
estimated value.
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2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
3. Select Change Credit.
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To set a specific credit limit
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Costs, Y E S , Set Credit, Y E S .
4. Enter the amount, for example 30 pounds, and then press Y E S .
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To set unlimited credit
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Call Costs, Y E S , Set Credit, Y E S .
2. Enter your PIN2 and press Y E S .
3. Select Unlimited.
Note! If you set the credit to Unlimited, the cost counter starts from zero and
increases.
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Using Two Voice Lines
If your subscription supports the Two Line Service, your phone will have two
voice lines with different phone numbers, separate bills and perhaps different
subscription services. This is useful for example if you want to keep business
calls and private calls on separate lines.
When you buy your phone, the names of the lines are normally Line 1 and
Line 2, but you can change their names. You can only send text messages
(SMS) on Line 1. An icon indicates the line currently chosen for outgoing
calls.
To change the name of a line
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Display, Y E S , Edit Line Tags, Y E S .
2. Select a line.
3. Enter a new name and press Y E S .
Changing Phone Lines
When you want to make a call, you need to choose which line to use.
Note! Incoming calls can be received on both lines, irrespective of the line
currently chosen.
To change phone lines
1. Scroll to Call Info, Y E S , Next Call, Y E S .
2. Select Switch to Line 1 or Switch to Line 2.
From now on, all outgoing calls are made on this line.
Note! Depending on whether a call is ongoing or not, the menus ‘Call Info’
and ‘Ongoing Call’ will replace each other. See “The Dynamic Call Info/
Ongoing Call Menu” on page 28 for more information.
Different Settings for Each Line
You may have different settings for each line, for example the ring signal or
divert calls.
Tip! You may also have separate Voice Mail numbers for each phone line, if
supported by your subscription.
Some operators may show the call time or call cost for each line respectively.
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Using the WAP™ Browser
During the last couple of years we have grown accustomed to browsing the
Internet via our computers. This has proven to be a simple and effective way
to find all kinds of information.
Thanks to a new technology called WAP (Wireless Application Protocol), a
new dimension of mobility has been added to the Internet. Now you can find a
lot of useful information by using the micro browser in your mobile phone,
instead of using your computer. WAP is a standard specifically created for
mobile communications devices and gives fast and easy access to Internet
information and services.
Examples of WAP services you will be able to find are:
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Ericsson Mobile Internet, a portal offering you online access to customer
services, user guides and useful information when you are travelling.
Reservation services.
News, sports and weather.
Restaurants, cinemas, games etc.
Banking and stock exchange quotations.
Voice mail, e-mail and fax mail.
You can reach the Ericsson Mobile Internet at:
mobileinternet.ericsson.com
Using WAP Profiles to Simplify your Browsing
In order to simplify your browsing, the browser in your mobile phone can
contain up to five different WAP profiles. A WAP profile consists of a group
of network settings, which you only need to enter once into your phone. After
having entered them, you simply switch between the different WAP profiles,
without having to re-enter the settings every time you want to change your
network connection.
For instance, one profile can be connected to your network operator, another
can be connected to your bank and a third one can be connected to your
company’s intranet etc.
Note! Make sure that the WAP settings in your phone are correctly set. Please
contact your network operator to make sure your WAP settings are correct
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and that your subscription supports WAP browsing. See “Changing the WAP
Whenever you work with your WAP profiles, you need to remember two
things:
You can use up to five different homepages. Each of your WAP profiles
can have its own homepage. This way you can use up to five different
homepages. For instance: You have entered a network operator WAP
profile and an intranet WAP profile. Whenever you switch between these
WAP profiles, the homepage in your browser can change to different WAP
addresses chosen by you. See “Opening and Changing A Home Page” on
page 96.
A saved bookmark might not work with all your WAP profiles.
Whenever you bookmark a WAP page, that bookmark might get tied to the
network settings you have stored in the WAP profile you are using just
then. Consequently, if you can not access a bookmark, you might solve the
problem by switching to another WAP profile and then accessing the
bookmark again. See “Working with Bookmarks” on page 97.
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To switch between WAP profiles
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , WAP Profiles, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the WAP profile you want to use and press Y E S .
This WAP profile will be used until you switch to another profile.
Viewing a WAP Page
Below is described the three different ways in which you can go to a WAP
page:
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By opening a home page
By going to a stored bookmark
By going to a WAP page by entering its address
Opening and Changing A Home Page
Each of your WAP profiles can store its own homepage. Therefore, whenever
you switch from one WAP profile to another, you can also change your
homepage automatically. See “Using WAP Profiles to Simplify your
Browsing” on page 95.
When you buy your mobile phone, Ericsson Mobile Internet is set to be your
home page in all your five WAP profiles. When you go to a homepage, you
might be asked to select an access type. See “Choosing Which Access Type to
Use When Browsing” on page 102.
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2. Select the top menu item and press Y E S .
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To go to a homepage
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S .
The name of this menu item depends on what you have chosen to call it.
See “Editing the Homepage of a WAP profile” on page 101. The default
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names for your five homepages are Home 1, Home 2, Home 3, etc.
To edit your home page
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , WAP Settings, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the WAP profile whose homepage you wish to edit. Press Y E S .
3. Select Edit Homepage and enter the address of the WAP page that you want
to use as your home page for this WAP profile, for instance:
mobileinternet.ericsson.com.
4. Press Y E S .
To turn the WAP page you are browsing into a homepage
1. Start the browser in one of the ways described in this chapter.
2. Go to the WAP page that you want to use as the homepage for the WAP
profile you are currently using.
3. When the WAP page is displayed in the browser, press and hold Y E S until
the Options menu appears.
4. Select New homepage and press Y E S .
5. The question Change Homepage? appears. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
Working with Bookmarks
You use WAP bookmarks in your mobile phone just as you do in an ordinary
Internet browser. They provide you with a way back to a certain WAP page
that is important to you or that you expect to visit often. You can store a
maximum of 25 bookmarks.
The Importance of WAP Profiles When Accessing Bookmarks
When you bookmark a WAP page, that bookmark might get tied to the
network settings in the WAP profile you are using just then. This means that a
saved bookmark might not work with all your WAP profiles.
For instance, you browse your corporate intranet and bookmark a page there.
The next time you enter the browser, you switch to the WAP profile that is tied
to your network operator. In this case you might not reach the intranet
bookmark, because the settings in the network operator’s WAP profile are
different from the setting in the intranet WAP profile.
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In order to reach the intranet bookmark again, you therefore need to switch to
WAP Profiles to Simplify your Browsing” on page 95.
To add a bookmark
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S .
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2. Start your browsing, either by selecting Bookmarks or Enter Address from the
menu or by going to a homepage.
Read more about how to use these menus in the rest of this chapter.
3. When you have found the WAP page that you want to bookmark, press
and hold Y E S until the Options menu appears.
4. Scroll to the sub-menu Add bookmark and press Y E S .
If your bookmark list is full, you have to delete another bookmark before
you can save the new one.
5. Your new bookmark has been saved when you see the text Bookmark stored.
To go to a bookmark
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , Bookmarks, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the bookmark you want to go to and press Y E S .
3. Scroll to Go to and press Y E S .
To delete a bookmark
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , Bookmarks, Y E S .
2. Select the bookmark you wish to delete and press C.
3. Press Y E S again when the display shows Delete?.
To edit a bookmark
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , Bookmarks, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the bookmark you wish to edit and press Y E S .
3. Scroll to Edit and press Y E S .
4. Enter the name of the bookmark and then press Y E S .
5. Enter the WAP address and then press Y E S .
To reach your bookmarks when you are browsing
1. When you are browsing, press and hold Y E S until the Options menu appears.
2. Select Suspend.
3. In the WAP Services menu, scroll to Bookmarks and press Y E S .
4. Scroll to the bookmark that you wish to go to and press Y E S .
5. Select Go to.
To send a bookmark to another person via SMS
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , Bookmarks, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the bookmark you wish to send and press Y E S .
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4. Enter your message and press Y E S .
Enter the recipient’s phone number or retrieve it from the phone book by
pressing .
5. Press Y E S to send the message.
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Tip! To send the bookmark you are currently visiting in the browser: open the
Options menu by pressing and holding Y E S and then select ‘Send as link’.
Going to a WAP Page by Entering its Address
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , Enter Address, Y E S .
2. Enter the address of the WAP page you want to go to, for instance:
mobileinternet.ericsson.com
3. Press Y E S .
If you are already browsing, the browser goes directly to your chosen address.
Otherwise, you may have to choose which access type to use in order to
access WAP pages. See “Choosing Which Access Type to Use When
Browsing” on page 102.
Note! When you enter a WAP address, you do not need to enter the prefix
http://. You only need to enter a prefix if you want to use another protocol than
http, such as ftp. In that case you use the prefix ftp://.
Your Options While Browsing
You can only reach the Options menu when you are browsing, and it may look a
bit different depending on which page you are looking at. For example, it can
contain special features. It always, however, contains the options below:
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Suspend. Go back to the WAP Services menu where you can access your
bookmarks among other things.
Reload. Get the latest version of the WAP page by refreshing its content.
Add bookmark. Add the page you are currently browsing to your list of
bookmarks.
Send as link. Send the current page as a bookmark to another phone via
SMS.
New homepage. Set the current WAP page as your homepage.
Exit the browser.
To reach the Options menu
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No matter where you are browsing, press and hold Y E S until the Options
menu appears.
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Returning to the Browser after Accessing the Menus
If you have selected Suspend from the Options menu, in order to go to the WAP
Services menu, you can easily return to the WAP page that you visited when
you left the browser. You might, however, not enter the WAP page exactly
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where you left it.
To return to the browser
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Changing the WAP Profile Settings
Before you start using the WAP browser, it is important that you make sure the
WAP profile settings in your phone are correctly set. For each WAP profile,
you need to fill in your user ID, gateway address and access type, among other
things.
There are three ways in which WAP profile settings can be entered into your
phone:
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When you buy the phone together with a WAP subscription. In this
case the network operator has already entered the settings you need.
Over the air via an SMS. In this case your network operator sends you an
SMS which contains all the necessary WAP settings for a WAP profile.
When this happens, you will be asked if you want to install the settings,
and to select in which WAP profile you want to enter the received settings.
Note! Before you accept to install the new settings, it is very important
that you are sure who the sender of the settings is. If you are unsure,
answer N O to the question and call your network operator. If it was they
who sent the WAP settings, ask them to send the SMS again.
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Manually by yourself. In this case your network operator, the company
you work for, your bank, etc. provide you with the correct WAP settings.
You then enter the settings yourself manually into the WAP profile you
wish to use.
Changing the WAP Profile Settings Manually
All the WAP settings in your phone are connected to WAP profiles. Each time
you enter a WAP setting, you therefore need to specify in which WAP profile
you want to enter the setting. See “Using WAP Profiles to Simplify your
Browsing” on page 95.
Note! Please contact your network operator before you start changing the
settings manually. This way you can be sure the entered settings are correct.
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Renaming a WAP profile
Instead of the default names Profile 1, Profile 2 etc., you can rename the
profiles so that you can separate them easily. For instance you can use the
name of your network operator for WAP profile, the name of your bank for
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another WAP profile and the name of your company for a third WAP profile.
To rename a WAP profile
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , WAP Settings, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the WAP profile you wish to rename and press Y E S .
3. Select Rename, enter a new name and press Y E S .
Editing the Homepage of a WAP profile
Your homepage in the browser is connected to the WAP profile you are using.
In order for you to know which WAP profile is active, we advice you to enter
guiding names for your homepages.
To edit the homepage of a WAP profile
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , WAP Settings, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the WAP profile whose homepage you want to edit and press
YES.
3. Select Edit Homepage, enter the WAP address you want to use as the
homepage connected to this WAP profile and press Y E S .
Showing Images
You can choose whether you want to see images or not when you are
browsing. The images take extra time to download, but the WAP pages look
better with them. When you buy the phone, the Show Images setting is set to
On.
To turn the image load on or off
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , WAP Settings, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the WAP profile whose image settings you want to edit and press
YES.
3. Scroll to Show Images, select On or Off and press Y E S .
Note! If you have turned the Show Images function Off, the images are
displayed as icons in the display. If an image contains a link, you can access
this link by highlighting the image and pressing Y E S .
Download Timeout
When you try to access some WAP pages, you may have to wait for a long
time while your phone tries to download the page. You can set the time that
shall pass before the download attempt is stopped.
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To set the download timeout
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , WAP Settings, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the WAP profile whose download timeout you want to edit and
press Y E S .
3. Select Response Timer, enter how many seconds you want the download to
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continue before it stops and press Y E S .
Choosing Which Access Type to Use When Browsing
When you choose which access type to use when you are browsing, you tell
your phone and a WAP gateway how they should connect to each other.
There are two ways in which this connection can be established: either via a
GSM Data connection or via SMS (Short Message Service). The speed and
cost of the WAP service depends on which access type you use. For more
details regarding price and accessibility, please contact your local service
provider or telecommunications operator.
Some network subscriptions allow you to use both a GSM Data connection
and SMS when browsing. In this case you can choose to be asked which
access type you want to use, each time you start the browser. If you can use
only one access type, we recommend that you set this as your preferred access
type.
To set a preferred access type for a WAP profile
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , WAP Settings, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the WAP profile whose access type you want to edit. Press Y E S .
3. Scroll to Access Type, Y E S , Always ask, Y E S .
If you want to be asked which access type to use each time you start the
browser, select On. Otherwise select Off.
4. Press Y E S .
5. Select either GSM Data or SMS to be the access type you want to use with this
WAP profile.
Setting up a GSM Data Connection
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , WAP Settings, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the WAP profile for which you want to use a GSM Data
Connection and press Y E S .
3. Scroll to Gateway, Y E S , User ID, Y E S
4. Enter the User ID to your gateway and press Y E S .
5. Scroll to Password and press Y E S .
6. Enter the Password to your gateway and press Y E S .
7. Scroll to GSM Data addr. and press Y E S .
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8. Enter the IP address to your gateway and press Y E S .
Note! An IP address consists of four groups of digits, with a maximum of three
in each group. If one of your digit groups consists of only one or two digits,
you have to enter a zero (0) in front of the original digit for each digit that is
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missing. Example: If you were to enter the IP number above, 123.4.67.901,
you would need to write 123.004.067.901.
9. After you have entered the IP address, press N O in order to jump up one
level in the menu system. You should now stand directly under the WAP
profile you are editing.
10. Scroll to GSM Data and press Y E S .
11. Scroll to Phone Number and press Y E S .
12. Enter the phone number you should use with your GSM Data connection
and press Y E S .
13. Scroll to User ID and press Y E S .
14. Enter the user ID to your GSM Data connection and press Y E S .
15. Scroll to Password and press Y E S .
16. Enter the password to your GSM Data connection and press Y E S .
17. Scroll to Dialtype and press Y E S .
18. Select whether you want to use Analogue or ISDN connection.
19. Scroll to InactiveTimeout and enter how many seconds the browser should
remain idle while connected before it asks you to remain either connected
or if it should disconnect. Press Y E S .
Setting up an SMS Connection
1. Scroll to WAP Services, Y E S , WAP Settings, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the WAP profile for which you want to use an SMS Connection
and press Y E S .
3. Scroll to Gateway, Y E S , User ID, Y E S
4. Enter the user ID to your gateway and press Y E S .
5. Scroll to Password and press Y E S .
6. Enter the password to your gateway and press Y E S .
7. Scroll to SMS address and press Y E S .
8. Enter the phone number to your gateway and press Y E S .
9. After you have entered the SMS address phone number, press N O in order
to jump up one level in the menu system. You should now stand directly
under the WAP profile you are editing.
10. Scroll to SMS and press Y E S .
11. Select Service Centre and enter the phone number to your SMS Service
Centre.
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Calendar
The Calendar makes it possible for you to keep track of important phone
calls that you need to make or meetings that you need to attend. You can also
have the phone remind you before an appointment. In this way, you can be
sure that you don’t miss anything important, no matter where you are.
You can store three different appointments in your Calendar:
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Meetings, including date and time, duration, subject, location and a
reminder.
Phone calls, including date and time, duration, what phone number to call,
subject and a reminder.
General reminders including date, time and subject.
Adding a Meeting or Phone Call
To add a meeting or phone call
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S , Add new, Y E S .
2. Select either Meeting or Phone call and press Y E S .
3. Enter the Start date: and press Y E S .
4. Enter the Start time: and press Y E S .
5. Use
u to select the Duration time for the meeting. Press Y E S .
You can also select Other and enter the end date and time.
If you are adding a phone call reminder, enter the Number you should call or
recall a number from the phone book by pressing
l. Press Y E S .
6. Enter the Subject: and press Y E S .
If it is a meeting, enter the Location.
7. Use
u to select when to get a Reminder about the meeting. Press Y E S .
When the reminder has been stored, the display shows New entry added.
Adding a General Reminder
To add a new general reminder
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S , Add new, Y E S .
2. Select Reminder and then press Y E S .
3. Enter the Start date: and press Y E S .
4. Enter the Start time: and press Y E S .
5. Enter the Subject: and press Y E S .
When the reminder has been stored, the display shows New entry added.
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Deleting an Appointment
To delete single appointments
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S .
2. Go to the day of the appointment you wish to delete by selecting either
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View today, Week view or Month view.
3. In View today: Scroll to the appointment you wish to delete and press C.
In Week view and Month view: First select the day of the appointment and then
scroll to the appointment you wish to delete and press C.
4. The question Delete? appears. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
To delete all appointments or appointments older than a day or a week
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S , Delete, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the items you want to delete and press Y E S . You can delete items
older than one week (1 week old), older than one day (1 day old) or all
appointments in the Calendar (Delete all).
3. The question Delete? appears. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
Editing a Calendar Appointment
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S .
2. Go to the day of the appointment you wish to edit by selecting either View
today, Week view or Month view.
3. Scroll to the appointment you wish to edit and press Y E S . Press Y E S
again.
4. Select Edit.
5. Enter the correct date, time etc. and press Y E S after each one.
If you do not want to change a part of an entry, e.g. the date, press Y E S
and it remains the same.
6. The entry has been successfully changed when you see the text Saved in the
display.
Calling a Phone Number Stored in an Appointment
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S .
2. Go to the day of the appointment in which the phone number is stored, by
selecting either View today, Week view or Month view.
3. Scroll to the appointment and press Y E S and then Y E S again.
4. Select Call from the list.
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2. Navigate through the appointments using
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Viewing Today’s Appointments
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S , View today, Y E S .
u, or select Add new to add a new
appointment for today.
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Weekly Overview
The weekly overview displays all your appointments during a certain week.
All your appointments are displayed as boxes, and the number of the week is
displayed in the top right-hand corner.
To see a weekly overview
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S , Week view, Y E S .
2. Use the key pad in the following ways:
l and r to jump from one day to another.
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Use
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Press 1 and 3 to jump a week backwards or forward.
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Press 4 and 6 to jump a month backwards or forward.
•
Press 7 and 9 to jump a year backwards or forward.
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Use
u to move backwards and forwards within one day.
You can always jump to a day by pressing Y E S when you have scrolled to it.
You can then view all the appointments for that day, or add a new appointment
by selecting Add new.
Monthly Overview
You can view a whole month including the number of the week, which is
displayed in the top right-hand corner. Days which include an appointment are
marked in bold.
To see a monthly overview
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S , Month view, Y E S .
2. Use the key pad in the following ways:
l and r to jump from one day to another.
u to jump a week backwards or forward.
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Use
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Press 1 and 3 or
•
Press 4 and 6 to jump a month backwards or forward.
•
Press 7 and 9 to jump a year backwards or forward.
•
Press C to return to today’s date. The day of today is always displayed
within a square.
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Press and hold Y E S for a short moment to jump to the weekly overview.
You can always go to a day and then press Y E S to view all the appointments
for that day, or add a new appointment by selecting Add new.
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Sending and Receiving Calendar Appointments
Whenever you and your business colleagues, friends or spouse need to
synchronize your calendars, you can use the Beaming function. In this way
you can send and receive appointments instead of having to enter them by
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hand into the phone.
Before you start sending or receiving calendar appointments, you need to
make sure that:
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The RS232 cable is not attached to your phone. If it is, just disconnect the
cable before the transfer of the appointment.
The built-in modem is not occupied by some other infrared transfer, for
example, if you are sending or receiving a fax or e-mail. End this transfer
before you start the transfer of appointments.
Note! It is only possible to send an appointment to another similar phone or
handheld PC/PDA. You can receive appointments from another similar phone
and certain PCs and handheld PCs/PDAs. Also, the minimum distance
between your phone and another phone, a PC or a handheld PC/PDA can
vary. If you do not know whether your PC or handheld PC/PDA supports the
transfer of calendar appointments, or how far away you can place the phone
from it, please consult the User’s Guide of your PC or handheld PC/PDA or
contact the local retailer.
To send a Calendar appointment
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S .
2. Go to the day of the appointment you wish to send by selecting either View
today, Week view or Month view.
3. Select the appointment you want to send and press Y E S . Press Y E S again.
4. Position your mobile phone next to the
other person’s phone. Make sure the
infrared eyes are facing each other and that
they are within a meter and 30 degrees of
each other.
5. Scroll to Beam and then press Y E S .
6. The calendar appointment has been sent
when you see Beamed in the display.
To receive a Calendar appointment
The infrared eye on your phone has to be activated if you want to receive
calendar appointments.
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Infrared Port, Y E S , 10 minutes, Y E S .
You can also reach this function by placing it in My Shortcuts, see “My
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2. Position your mobile phone next to the other person’s phone or PDA.
Make sure the infrared eyes are facing each other and that they are within a
meter and 30 degrees of each other.
3. Ask the other person to send the appointment.
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4. If you want to view the received calendar entry before storing it, then press
YES
when you see the text New entry received, view?.
If you want to store the calendar entry without viewing it, press N O .
5. Press Y E S to answer the question Accept entry?.
The received appointment is then stored automatically in the correct day.
Note! You cannot select ‘Infrared Port’ from the ‘Extras’ menu if you are
using the WAP browser or if you use a cable for communication between your
phone and the computer.
Viewing the Storage Status
To view the storage status of all Calendar appointments
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Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calendar, Y E S , Status, Y E S .
Here you can see how many percent of the storage entries that are free or
used, and the interval between your first and last appointment.
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Voice Memo
The voice memo function allows you to record up to one and a half minutes of
your own messages or parts of one or several calls. This is useful when you
want to remember what you or someone else has said, but you do not have pen
and paper available.
You can make a voice memo recording at any time, including during a call,
simply by pressing and holding the voice memo button
m located just below
the Y E S button on your mobile phone.
The voice memos are stored in your mobile phone and can be accessed even if
you change your SIM card.
Recording a Voice Memo
Normally when you record a voice memo, your own voice is recorded. If, on
the other hand, a call is in progress and you start recording a voice memo,
your phone starts recording the other person by default. To change which part
gets recorded, see “Setting the Channel for Recording During Calls” on page
111.
Two seconds before the voice memory is full, you hear a tone. Recordings
shorter than 0.25 seconds are not saved.
To record a voice memo
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To end the recording
•
M
until you hear a tone and then release it.
Press the voice memo button
When recording starts, the display shows the message Recording together
with the remaining recording time.
Press the voice memo button
m. The display reads Voice memo saved.
When a call is not in progress, a recording is automatically ended when you
receive an incoming call. When you are recording during a call, the recording
is automatically ended when you or the other person ends the call.
The voice memo is saved with the default name ‘Memo’, together with the
lables you have chosen, see “Changing Your Voice Memo Labels” on page
111.
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If you have recorded during a call, the other person’s phone number is shown
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instead of ‘Memo’. If this number is stored in your mobile phones’ phone
book, the name of the person you were talking to is shown instead.
Viewing and Playing Voice Memos
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You can view and play your voice memos at any time, except during a call.
To view and play your stored voice memos
1. Briefly press the voice memo button
m.
u to scroll to the voice memo you wish to hear.
m to listen to your voice memo. Listen to
the next voice memo in the list by pressing the voice memo button m
2. Use
3. Press the voice memo button
again.
4. Wait until the voice memo has ended or press N O to stop playback.
Erasing And Renaming Voice Memos
To erase or rename a voice memo
m.
u to scroll to the voice memo you wish to erase or rename.
1. Briefly press the voice memo button
2. Use
3. Press C when the voice memo you want is highlighted. The Options menu
is displayed.
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To erase: Select Erase and press Y E S . Press Y E S again if you are sure
you want to erase it.
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To rename: Select Rename and press Y E S . You can then enter a new
name for the current voice memo and save it by pressing Y E S .
To erase all voice memos
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Voice Memo, Y E S , Erase all, Y E S .
2. If you are sure you wish to erase all your stored voice memos, press Y E S
again.
Viewing the Storage Capability
You can easily see how many seconds you have left for remaining recordings.
1. Briefly press the voice memo button
m.
2. Scroll to the memory indicator bar at the top and press Y E S . In the display
you can see how many seconds of free memory are left for voice memos.
Setting the Recording Quality
In standby mode, you can record your voice memo in two different modes,
depending on what sound quality and recording time you require.
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You can choose either to record at High quality with 36 seconds of high sound
quality.
To set the recording quality
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Voice Memo, Y E S , Set Quality, Y E S .
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2. Select whether you wish to use 92 sec Normal or 36 sec High and then press
YES
to confirm your choice.
The default is Normal quality, but recordings during a call are made with the
sound quality of the network you are using.
Setting the Channel for Recording During Calls
You can set the recording channel in your phone to either Record Myself,
which means that your own voice will be recorded or Record Other, which
means the person you are talking to will be recorded.
When you buy the phone, Record Other is the default setting for all
recordings during ongoing calls.
To set the recording channel
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Voice Memo, Y E S , During Calls, Y E S .
2. Select Record Myself if you want to record your own voice when
recording voice memos, or select Record Other if you want to record the
other person.
3. Press Y E S to confirm your selection.
Changing Your Voice Memo Labels
Whenever you record a voice memo, you can choose what kind of information
you want to see displayed along with your voice memos. You can choose to
display the date, time or length of the voice memo.
To change your voice memo labels
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Voice Memo, Y E S , Set View, Y E S .
2. Scroll to DateRecorded, TimeRecorded or Length and press # or * to display it or
not.
3. Press Y E S when you have finished.
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Voice Control
Your phone allows you to:
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voice dial - call someone by simply saying the name
answer and reject calls using your voice when connected to a handsfree kit
To call someone, you only need to press Y E S until you hear a tone, say the
name (voice label) associated with that person and your phone automatically
dials the number. To answer or reject calls, say Answer or Busy.
Preparing Your Phone for Voice Dialling
When you buy your phone, voice dialling is set to on. If, for some reason, it
has been turned off, you will need to turn it on again before you can start using
it.
To turn Voice Dialling on
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Voice Control, Y E S , Voice Dialling, Y E S .
2. Select On.
Your phone is now ready to record voice labels.
Note! Once you have turned voice dialling on, you are asked if you want to
record a voice label every time you save a new number in your phone book.
See “Saving a Number Together with a Name” on page 32.
Before you can use voice dialling, you need to record voice labels for your
phone book entries. To get a good result when recording voice labels, make
sure you are in a quiet environment.
To record voice labels for existing phone book entries
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Voice Labels, Y E S , Add voice?, Y E S .
2. Select a phone book entry to which you want to add a voice label.
3. Wait for the tone and say the name (voice label) that you want to save.
After the tone,
say the name
The voice label is played back to you.
4. Press Y E S to save the voice label you have recorded.
If you do not find the recording OK, repeat step 3.
An icon appears next to those phone book entries for which you have saved a
voice label.
You can also record voice labels in Find and Edit in the Phone Book menu.
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your voice labels in the car, when connected to a vehicle handsfree. Voice
labels for phone book entries recorded in the phone will not be available in
the car, and vice versa. For more information about the Vehicle Handsfree
unit, see “Vehicle Handsfree” on page 131.
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Recording Problems
If your phone cannot detect any speech, one of the following might have
happened:
• you spoke too softly - try speaking louder
• the voice label was too short - it should be around one second long
• you spoke too late or too soon - speak after the tone
Go back to step 1 of ‘To record voice labels for phone book entries’.
Listening to and Editing Voice Labels
Your phone allows you to listen to and edit a list of the phone book entries that
have voice labels.
To listen to and/or edit the voice labels saved in your phone book
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Find and Edit, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the entry that you want to edit.
The voice label is played back to you.
3. Press Y E S .
4. Select Replace Voice if you want to re-record the voice label or select Erase
Voice if you want to erase the recorded voice label.
5. Continue according to the instructions for editing text or recording voice
labels, respectively.
You can also listen to and/or edit your voice labels in Find and Edit in the Phone
Book menu.
Voice Label Playback
If you have recorded a voice label for an entry in your phone book, the voice
label is played back to you in the following cases:
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when you move through the phone book or voice label list and reach
this entry
•
when you receive a call from the number corresponding to this entry
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when you voice dial this entry (before the call is connected)
Making Calls Using Your Voice
To make a call
1. Press and hold Y E S until you hear a tone.
2. Release Y E S and say a name that you have recorded earlier.
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The name (voice label) is played back to you, and the call is connected.
Instead of pressing and holding Y E S , as in step 1 above, you can slide and
hold the volume key.
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When connected to a portable or vehicle handsfree unit, you can answer or
reject incoming calls by using your voice.
Before you can use voice answering, you need to turn on the voice answering
function and record your voice commands.
To turn on Voice Answering
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Handsfree, Y E S , VoiceAnswering, Y E S .
2. Select On.
You now have to train your phone to recognize your voice answering
commands.
3. Press Y E S to continue.
4. Follow the instructions in the phone display, i.e. say the word Answer and
press Y E S to save your recording. (Use the microphone of the Handsfree
unit). If the recording was not OK, repeat step 3.
5. Say the word Busy and press Y E S to save your recordings.
Note! If you prefer, you can use other words instead of ‘Answer’ and ‘Busy’.
To answer an incoming call using your voice
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When the phone rings, say the word Answer.
The word Answer is played back to you and the call will be connected.
To reject an incoming call
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When the phone rings, say the word Busy.
The word Busy is played back to you, and the call is rejected, i.e. the caller
hears a busy tone.
Note! For more information about handsfree units, see “Portable Handsfree”
on page 130 and “Vehicle Handsfree” on page 131.
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Code Memo
Today there is an ever-increasing number of security codes connected to our
credit cards, our home, our work etc. Usually, they all have different security
codes. The more cards you have, the harder it is to remember all the codes.
This problem has been eliminated thanks to the code memo function in your
phone.
The big advantage with the code memo is that, instead of remembering all
your different codes, you only have to remember the password that you use to
open the code memo. When you have entered the correct password, all your
codes are then displayed in your phone.
Checkword and Security
Using the Check Word Function
In order for you to know you have entered the correct password in the code
memo, you can also store a checkword. This checkword serves as a
confirmation that the password is correct. When you open the code memo and
enter your password, the checkword is displayed for a short time.
If the password is correct, then the displayed codes are correct. If not, the
wrong checkword is displayed followed by the wrong codes. This is to
prevent unauthorized people from accessing your codes.
We recommend that you use a checkword that is only meaningful to you.
Note! Be sure to remember the entered password and checkword. Ericsson
cannot read your encrypted codes, so if you forget your password you need to
type any password at all (which will not display the right codes), open the
code memo and delete all the existing codes. Then you have to enter your
codes again.
Factors Strengthening Code Memo Security
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•
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You get no feedback telling you whether the password is right or wrong,
except for the checkword - but only you know what that word is.
All codes are encrypted in the mobile phone.
When you have accessed your codes, they are displayed for only a limited
time. This way another person can not see your codes if you leave the
phone behind or if someone steals your phone.
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Note! Normally, when you enter a password or an SMS, letters are displayed
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when you press the keys on your mobile phone. By pressing and holding # you
can easily change between alphabetic abc... and numeric 123... input.
Opening the Code Memo
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To open the Code Memo for the first time
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Code Memo, Y E S .
The following message appears: Enter a password consisting of 4 digits. Use this
password to access the Code Memo next time.
2. Press Y E S and enter a 4 digit password to start the code memo (be sure to
remember the new password.) Press Y E S .
3. Confirm the new password by entering it again.
4. Enter a checkword so that later on you know you have entered the correct
password. The checkword can consist of both letters and digits.
5. Press Y E S .
To open the Code Memo after the first time
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Code Memo, Y E S .
2. Enter your password and press Y E S .
Your stored checkword appears. When the decrypting process has
finished, codes are displayed based on the entered password.
Adding, Deleting and Changing Codes
Adding a New Code
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Code Memo, Y E S .
2. Enter your password to open the code memo.
3. Select Add new code?, Y E S .
4. Enter a name associated with the code, for example the name of the credit
card company, and press Y E S .
5. Enter the code which you want to add to the code memo and press Y E S .
The display reads New code added.
Deleting a Single Code
1. Open the code memo as described above.
2. Scroll to the code you want to delete and press C.
3. The question Delete? appears. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
When the code has been deleted, the display reads Deleted.
Changing a Code
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Code Memo, Y E S .
2. Enter your password to open the code memo.
3. Scroll to the code you want to change and press Y E S . Press Y E S again.
4. Select Edit.
5. Enter the name and press Y E S , enter the code and press Y E S .
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Resetting All Codes
Note! This function resets all your codes and your password to open the code
memo.
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Code Memo, Y E S .
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2. Enter your password to open the code memo.
3. Scroll to Options and press Y E S .
4. Scroll to Reset and press Y E S .
5. The question Reset Code Memo? appears. Press Y E S to confirm your choice.
When the reset has finished, the display reads Reset of Code Memo ready.
Whenever you want to start using the code memo again, you need to start at
“To open the Code Memo for the first time” on page 116.
Changing the Code Memo Password
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Code Memo, Y E S .
2. Enter your password to open the code memo.
3. Scroll to Options and press Y E S .
4. Scroll to Change Passwd and press Y E S .
5. Enter your new password and press Y E S .
6. Repeat the new password and press Y E S .
7. Enter a checkword and press Y E S .
The message Password has been changed appears.
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Calling Card Calls
When making international or long distance calls, you may not want your
operator to charge you for these calls on your normal account. If you have a
credit card or a calling card, you may want to redirect the charges to one of
these accounts instead. The Calling card service lets you redirect the charges
to either a credit card account or to a calling card account.
You can save two separate card numbers in your phone. These numbers are
protected by a four- to eight-digit phone lock code. When you buy your phone
the code is set to 0000. You may change the code to one that you choose
yourself. See “The Phone Lock” on page 76.
Note! You cannot use the Calling card service when making a fax or a data
call.
Activating the Calling Card Service
To be able to make calling card calls, you need to turn on the service.
To turn on the Calling card service
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Options, Y E S , Set CallingCards, Y E S .
2. Enter your phone lock code (0000) and press Y E S .
3. Select On.
The Calling card service is now on and the sub-menu Calling Cards is
available in the Phone Book menu.
Saving Calling Card Numbers
You can save two calling card numbers in your phone.
To save a card number
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Calling Cards, Y E S .
2. Enter your phone lock code and press Y E S .
3. Select Add new?.
4. Enter the access number of the calling card server and press Y E S .
5. Enter a name that you want to associate with your calling card server and
press Y E S .
6. Enter the verification code of the calling card server and press Y E S .
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verification code first and press Y E S to confirm your choice.
Note! Your service provider will give you the information needed for the
verification codes.
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To delete a card number
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Calling Cards, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the card number that you want to delete and press Y E S .
3. Select Delete.
The question Delete? appears in the display.
4. Press Y E S .
The card number has been deleted.
To edit a card number
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Calling Cards, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the card number that you want to edit and press Y E S .
3. Select Edit.
You may now edit the card number.
4. Press Y E S to confirm the new number.
You may now also edit the name and code.
Choosing a Card
If you have saved two card numbers, you must choose which card you want to
use before making a calling card call.
To select a card
1. Scroll to Phone Book, Y E S , Calling Cards, Y E S .
2. Enter your phone lock code and press Y E S .
3. Select the card that you want to use.
4. Select Activate card.
Making a Calling Card Call
1. In stand-by mode, enter the phone number of your calling card server or
retrieve it from the Phone Book by pressing and holding
r.
2. Press and hold Y E S .
The access number of the calling card server is called and during the
connecting phase, you are asked to send the phone number of the person
that you want to call and the verification code, in the order chosen earlier
(see above).
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sent automatically. Now you are connected to your personal phone call.
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Extras
Alarm Clock
The phone has an alarm clock, which you may find useful when travelling.
When it is on, an icon is shown in the display.
The alarm rings at the time set and the display flashes, even if the phone is
turned off. The volume of the alarm signal is always increasing, provided the
battery is attached and charged.
The alarm rings for 60 seconds and is repeated every nine minutes, if you do
not turn it off. After 60 minutes, the repeat function is turned off
automatically.
To set the time of the alarm
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Alarm Clock, Y E S .
2. Enter the time.
3. Press Y E S to confirm your setting.
The alarm has now been activated.
To change the alarm time
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Alarm Clock, Y E S , Set New Time, Y E S .
2. Enter the time.
3. Press Y E S to confirm your setting.
To turn the alarm signal off
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Press any key to turn the alarm off when it rings.
If you do not want the alarm to be repeated, press Y E S .
To turn off the alarm function
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Alarm Clock, Y E S .
2. Select Cancel.
Calculator
The phone has a built-in calculator, which can add, subtract, divide and
multiply.
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Press # to get +, -, x, /.
Press C to erase a figure to the left of the cursor.
Press * to enter a decimal point.
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1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Calculator, Y E S .
2. Enter 134.
3. Press # repeatedly until the division sign (/ ) appears.
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To use the calculator
In this example we are going to divide 134 by 32.
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4. Enter 32.
5. Press Y E S to get the answer.
6. To clear the display, press C .
Stopwatch
The phone has a built-in stopwatch for you to time a certain activity.
To run the stopwatch
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Stopwatch, Y E S .
2. Press Y E S to start the stopwatch. Press Y E S again to stop it.
To reset the stopwatch
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Press C when the stopwatch is not running.
Tip! By pressing # when the stopwatch is running, you can store up to 9 lap
times. Press
l or r to check your stored lap times.
Note! If you receive an incoming call or voice or text message while the
stopwatch is running, the stopwatch is turned off. If you exit the stop watch
menu the stop watch is turned off.
Timer
The phone has a built-in 24-hour timer. You set the time you want and when
that time is out, an alert signal sounds.
To set the timer
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Timer, Y E S .
2. Enter the hours, minutes and seconds and press Y E S .
The countdown begins. The timer is shown in standby mode.
When the alert sounds, press any key to turn it off.
To set a new time when the timer is running
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Timer, Y E S , Set New Time, Y E S .
2. Enter the time and press Y E S .
The countdown begins. The timer is shown in standby mode.
When the alert sounds, press any key to turn it off.
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2. Select Cancel.
Note! The timer does not work when the phone is turned off.
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To turn off the timer
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Timer, Y E S .
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Games
Your phone has two different games for your enjoyment. There are help texts
available in each game as a guide for you to get started.
Tetris®
The object of Tetris is to prevent the blocks from reaching the top. Each time
you fill a line, the line disappears.
To start Tetris®
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Games, Y E S , Tetris, Y E S .
Tetris appears in the display.
2. To start a game, select Start.
3. Select level (1–10) by using
l or r.
4. Press any key to start.
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Instead of choosing Start you can scroll with
l or r to select High-
score, Help or Quit (at step 2 above).
To control the game
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8
2
5
3
or slide the volume key downwards = move left
or slide the volume key upwards = move right
or 9 = rotate
or 6 = drop faster
C = pause
N O = quit
Tetris®; © Elorg 1987. Classic Tetris™; © Elorg 1998
Tetris Logo by Roger Dean, © The Tetris Company 1997
All Rights Reserved
Klondike
The object of Klondike is to form four piles of cards, one per suit, running
from ace to king. The cards are dealt out into seven columns. The last six
columns have one or more cards facing downwards. If the top card in a
column is removed, revealing the face-down card, you may turn it face up.
Only kings, or stacks of cards beginning with a king may be moved to an
empty column.
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Columns of cards are built up in descending order and alternating colour. For
spades.
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example, the eight of hearts may be placed on either the nine of clubs or
The remaining cards in the deck are available for play. You can turn these
cards one at a time. The card in the discard pile may be placed on the columns
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or the ace piles. When you run out of cards in the deck, you can flip it over
and continue.
To start Klondike
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Games, Y E S , Klondike, Y E S .
Klondike appears in the display.
2. To start a game select New game (or Resume game if you have played before).
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Instead of choosing Start you can scroll with
Resume game or Help (at step 2 above).
To control the game
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3
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= Select card/pile, Confirm move, Flip card
= Turn up new card from game deck
= Put card on ace pile
= View a pile (selection and move is possible)
l or r to select
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The Profile Concept
Your phone includes a number of pre-programmed profiles. A profile is a
group of settings which are set to suit a certain environment. For example,
when you go to a meeting, you can just choose the Meeting profile and a
number of settings that suit a meeting are set.
Some phone accessories can choose a profile automatically. For example,
when you place your phone in a vehicle handsfree unit, the In Car profile is
chosen. For more information on automatic activation of profiles,
see “Accessories” on page 128.
The Profiles
There are six pre-programmed profiles:
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Normal
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Meeting
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In Car
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Outdoors
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Port H-free
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Home
Your phone is always set to one of the six profiles. When you buy your phone,
it is set to the Normal profile. You cannot create more profiles, but you can
change the name of a profile, change the settings included in a profile or add
an accessory to a certain profile.
Note! You cannot change the name of the ‘Normal’ profile and you cannot
add an accessory to the ‘Normal’ profile.
Tip! To find out which profile you are currently in, slide the volume key
upwards or downwards in standby mode.
The table below shows the settings of each profile.
Normal
Meeting
In Car
Outdoors
Port H-free Home
5(6)
0(6)
6(6)
6(6)
6(6)
5(6)
Increasing Ring Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Vibrating Alert
On if
Silent
Off
On
On
Off
Ring Volume
On
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Meeting
In Car
Outdoors
Port H-free Home
From All
From All
From All
From All
From All
Divert Calls
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Calling Cards
None
None
None
None
None
Light
Auto
Auto
On
Auto
Auto
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Normal
Accept Calls
From All
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Auto
Line 1/2
Line 1
Line 1
Line 1
Line 1
Line 1
Line 1
Silent
Off
On
Off
Off
Off
Off
Auto Activation Off
Off
On
Off
On
Off
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Car Hands- free
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Handsfree -
Choosing a Profile Manually
You can always choose to use another profile than the one you currently use.
To choose a profile manually
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Select Profile, Y E S .
2. Select the profile you want. Press Y E S .
You can also find Select Profile in the My Shortcuts menu.
Note! A profile with no accessories associated, such as ‘Meeting’ or
‘Normal’, must be chosen manually, even if automatic activation is on. The
profiles associated with accessories can be chosen automatically.
See “Accessories” on page 128.
Changing the Profile Settings
You can re-name the pre-programmed profiles and change the settings
according to your wishes.
To change the name of a profile
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Profile Name, Y E S .
2. Enter a new name and press Y E S .
To change a profile setting
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Edit Profile, Y E S .
A list of the profile settings appears.
2. Select a setting by pressing Y E S .
3. Change the profile setting according to your wishes.
For information, see relevant chapters: “Personalizing Your Phone” on
page 43, “Security for Your Phone and Subscription” on page 75,
“Security for Your Phone and Subscription” on page 75 and “Accessories”
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on page 128.
If you change a setting which is included in a certain profile, the profile is
updated. With the Reset Profiles function, you can change all profile settings
back to the way they were set when you bought your phone.
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To reset the profile settings
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Reset Profiles, Y E S .
2. Answer Y E S if you are sure you want to reset all profiles.
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Accessories
By using your phone together with Ericsson original accessories, you have
access to a large range of useful features, in addition to those you have when
the phone is used separately.
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Automatic divert of incoming calls when the phone is placed in a desktop
charger
Portable handsfree calling
Handsfree calling in your car
Note! This is on condition that the specific accessories exist in your market.
The Profiles concept, see “The Profile Concept” on page 125, allows you to
instruct your phone to activate a specific profile automatically when used
together with a certain accessory. On the following pages you can find
information on how different accessories interact with your phone and its
different profiles.
Every time you disconnect your phone from the accessory, the profile is
changed to the one which was active before, if the current profile was
activated automatically.
For the profiles associated with an accessory to change automatically, the
automatic activation must be on. When you buy your phone, the automatic
activation is set to On for the vehicle and portable handsfree units. If you
wish, you can turn it off.
To turn automatic activation on or off
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Auto Activation, Y E S .
2. Select On or Off.
Desktop Charger
If you use your phone with a specific Ericsson Desktop Charger you have
access to some useful features besides ordinary charging. You can choose to
make the phone switch to the Home profile automatically and divert all calls
to your home number when you place your phone in the charger.
To be able to use these features, you need to make some settings the first time
you place your phone in the desktop charger.
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Placing the Phone in the Desktop Charger
1. Place the phone in the desktop
charger as shown in the picture
and press downwards to attach
the phone.
2. To detach the phone from the
charger, pull the phone towards
you and upwards.
Note! For further instructions on how to connect the desktop charger, please
contact your local Ericsson retailer.
To associate the desktop charger with a profile and a divert number
1. Place the phone in the desktop charger. The message Choose profile? appears
in the display.
2. Press Y E S . (If you press N O , the desktop charger will not be associated
with any profile).
3. Select a profile that you want to associate with the desktop charger, for
example the Home profile. Press Y E S .
4. The message Divert when connected to accessory? appears. Press Y E S .
This means that you want to divert your calls, for example, to your home
number, when you place the phone in the desktop charger.
(If you press N O , your calls will not be diverted).
5. Enter a phone number including the area code (for example your home
number) and press Y E S .
A number you used before may be suggested to you. Press Y E S if you
want to choose that number, or enter another number.
6. The message Automatic activation on? appears. Press Y E S .
The message Profile: Home appears to confirm your choice.
You can also make these settings later, if you wish. In that case, you need to
add the desktop charger to the Home profile, or another profile. See “To add
an accessory to a profile” on page 134. You may set the divert number in the
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Edit Profile submenu, where all profile settings are included (Settings, Y E S ,
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Profiles, Y E S , Edit Profile, Y E S ). See “Changing the Profile Settings” on page
126.
Note! The phone must be switched on and the automatic activation must be on
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for the phone to switch profile automatically when connected to an accessory.
Tip! If you have several desktop chargers, each charger can be associated
with a specific profile or all chargers can be associated with the same profile.
Portable Handsfree
When you connect a specific Ericsson Portable Handsfree to your phone,
the Port H-free profile is set automatically. This means that all profile settings
are set to the values specified for the Port H-free profile. See “The Profile
Concept” on page 125.
Tip! If you do not want your phone to switch profile automatically when you
connect it to the Portable Handsfree, you need to turn the Auto activation off.
To do this, manually select the ‘Port H-free’ profile, and set the Auto
activation to off.
Using the Portable Handsfree
To answer an incoming call
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When the phone rings, press the button on your Portable Handsfree once.
Tip! You can also answer a call by using your voice. See “Voice Answering”
on page 114.
To end a call
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Press the button on your Portable Handsfree once.
If the Call Waiting service is on, see “The Call Waiting Service” on page 83,
you can answer a second call by pressing the button on your Portable
Handsfree.
To answer a second call
1. Press the button on your Portable Handsfree once to answer the waiting
call. The current call is now put on hold.
2. When you press the button on your Portable Handsfree again, the second
call is disconnected and the first call is retrieved automatically.
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To voice dial using the Portable Handsfree
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1. Press and hold the button on your Portable Handsfree until you hear a
tone from the phone.
2. Release the button and say a name (voice label) that you have recorded
previously.
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The name is played back to you and the call is connected.
Note! Before you can use voice dialling, you need to record voice labels for
entries in your phone book. See “Preparing Your Phone for Voice Dialling”
on page 112.
For best performance when voice dialling and voice answering with a
Portable Handsfree unit, we recommend recording your voice labels when
connected to a Portable Handsfree unit.
Vehicle Handsfree
When you connect an Ericsson Advanced Vehicle Handsfree to your phone,
the In Car profile is set automatically. This means that all profile settings are
set to the values specified for the In Car profile. See “The Profile Concept”
on page 125.
Placing the Phone in the Vehicle Handsfree
1. Place the phone in the
holder as shown in the
picture and press
backwards to attach it.
2. To release the phone, press
the button on top of the
holder.
Your Advanced Vehicle Handsfree should be installed by professional
personnel. For more information, please contact your local Ericsson retailer.
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Tip! If you do not want your phone to switch profile automatically when you
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connect it to the Advanced Vehicle Handsfree, you need to turn the Auto
Activation off. To do this, manually select the ‘In Car’ profile and set the Auto
Activation to off.
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The Advanced Vehicle handsfree unit is equipped with its own voice control
system which allows you to:
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voice dial - call someone by simply saying the name
answer and reject calls using your voice
Before you can use voice dialling, you need to record voice labels to entries in
your phone book and the Voice Dialling function needs to be on.
See “Preparing Your Phone for Voice Dialling” on page 112. To use voice
dialling with the Advanced Vehicle handsfree unit, you need to record the
voice labels in the car. Voice labels for phone book entries recorded in the
phone will not be available in the car, and vice versa.
The vehicle handsfree can store up to 100 voice labels. The icons for the
phone book entries with voice labels saved when connected to a vehicle
handsfree kit look slightly different from those that you save in the phone, see
margin.
To voice dial using the Vehicle Handsfree
1. Slide and hold the volume key or press Y E S until you hear a tone.
2. Release and say a name (voice label) that you recorded in the car earlier.
(Use the microphone of the vehicle handsfree unit.)
The name is played back to you, and the call is connected.
To answer a call using your voice
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See “Voice Answering” on page 114.
Handsfree Types
If you use an Advanced Vehicle Handsfree Unit, you can choose between
two different ways in which your phone can handle the speech. This is done in
the Handsfree sub-menu.
Basic Handsfree
Basic Handsfree means that the phone handles the call in semi-duplex mode.
This means that you cannot speak at the same time as the person at the other
end of the line. Use this alternative only if Full Handsfree does not work
properly.
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Full Handsfree means that the phone handles the call in full duplex mode.
This considerably increases the quality of speech, since you do not have to
wait until it is your turn to speak.
For this function to work properly, your phone adapts to the sound
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environment around the handsfree equipment. This adaptation might take a
few calls. During this learning phase, the person you are talking to might hear
an echo of his or her own voice (because the sound goes from the speaker into
the microphone again). However, this disappears as the other person speaks. If
the echo lasts longer than the first few calls, try Basic Handsfree instead.
Tip! Set the handsfree type to ‘Full Handsfree’ first. If speech quality is poor,
set the ‘Basic Handsfree’ type instead.
To set the handsfree type
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Handsfree, Y E S , Handsfree Type, Y E S .
2. Select the type you want. Press Y E S .
Answering Mode
When using a portable or vehicle handsfree unit, you may choose to answer
incoming calls in either of two ways: Any Key or Auto.
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Any Key: If this function is turned on, you can answer an incoming call by
pressing any key, except the N O key.
Auto: If this function is turned on, an incoming call is answered
automatically after one ring signal.
To set an answering mode
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Handsfree, Y E S , Answering Mode, Y E S .
2. Select a mode. Press Y E S .
If you choose the Normal alternative, you have to answer calls as normal.
Tip! You can also answer calls by using the Voice Answering function. See
“Voice Answering” on page 114.
Adding Accessories to a Profile
You can add one or many accessories to a profile. For example, if you usually
use a portable handsfree together with a specific charger, you may add the
charger to the Port H-free profile. The phone recognizes the accessory as it is
connected and switches profile automatically.
Note! It is the first accessory which is connected to the phone which switches
the profile. Only profiles associated with accessories can be activated
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automatically. You must first choose the profile manually to which you want to
To add an accessory to a profile
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Accessories, Y E S .
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Now you are in the list of the accessories which are already associated
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with the profile.
2. Select Add accessory?.
Now you are in the list of all accessories that can be associated with the
profile.
3. Select an accessory.
4. The question Automatic activation on? appears, if automatic activation is not
on already.
Press Y E S to turn automatic activation on, which means that the profile
will be chosen automatically when the accessory is connected.
Note! You can associate 12 accessories with a profile, besides the portable
and vehicle handsfree units. Any accessory above this number will work as
ordinary non-profile accessories. You cannot have the same accessory
associated with several profiles.
To remove an accessory from a profile
1. Scroll to Settings, Y E S , Profiles, Y E S , Accessories, Y E S .
2. Scroll to the accessory that you want to remove and press C .
3. Delete? appears. Press Y E S .
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Online Services
Imagine that you hear about a new service that your network operator is
offering. You call your operator, explain that you want to subscribe to the
service and suddenly, within seconds, you have a new menu in your phone
that instantly lets you use the new service.
You do not need upgraded software for your phone, but you may need to visit
your network operator to get a new SIM card. The rest is all taken care of over
the air.
This is just one example of the added value services that are made possible
through the Online Services.
Note! Your phone does not support all services offered by the Online Services.
What is Online Services?
The Online Services is the network operators’ way of offering customized
services, independently of mobile phones and mobile phone manufacturers.
Compatibility
Added value services based on the Online Services require two things in
order to work:
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a mobile phone that supports the Online Services.
Your Ericsson phone is such a phone.
a network operator offering the Online Services.
Note! The Online Services on the SIM are designed and run by network
operators and not by mobile phone manufacturers. If you require further
information about the Online Services, please contact your network operator.
New Menu
A SIM card which supports the Online Services works in the same way as a
normal SIM card.
When you have inserted your SIM card and turned on your phone, your
network operator may download data to your SIM card. After the first data
download and after restarting your phone, the proactive SIM offers a new
menu in the phone. The menu offers you new features and services, which can
be used instantly.
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In your phone, this menu appears under the Extras menu. There can only be
menus under the new sub-menu entry.
To enter your new menu system
1. Scroll to Extras, Y E S , Online Services, Y E S .
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If any sub-menus appear, select the one that you want and press Y E S .
2. Press N O to go back to the standby menu.
Note! Some operators may not use the name Online Services for this menu.
Please consult your network operator for more information.
Proactive SIM
The Online Services provides a proactive SIM. This means that the SIM can
tell the phone to take certain actions. These actions could include:
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showing text from the SIM in the phone’s display
setting up a call to a number on the SIM
initiating a dialogue with the user
Note! All these actions are taken by the SIM card and, consequently, they have
nothing to do with the phone’s software.
Data Download to the SIM Over the Air
Your network operator may at any time download new data to your SIM card
over the air. This new data could consist of new features or a new menu.
Resetting your SIM Card
When the operator updates your SIM card over the air, the phone notifies you
by showing a message in your display. You also hear a beep.
In order for your new SIM settings to take effect, you have to turn off your
phone and then turn it on again.
Note! After a data download the phone may not work and you will not be able
to use it until you restart it. This feature is operator dependent and will
probably not happen very often.
SIM Card Initiated Features
The SIM card may prompt you to make a call. This could happen even if you
are already engaged in a call.
When this happens, the phone will notify you by producing a sound and
showing a message in the display.
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If you are not engaged in a call, a message is shown in the display, asking
you whether you want to confirm and make the SIM card initiated call.
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If you want to make the SIM card initiated call, press Y E S .
If you do not want to make the SIM card initiated call, press N O .
If you are already engaged in a call, you are asked either to put the current
call on hold or to end it.
A message appears in the display, asking you whether you want to confirm
and make the SIM card initiated call.
• If you want to make the SIM card initiated call, press Y E S .
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If you do not want to make the SIM card initiated call, (you may want
to continue with the ongoing call) press N O .
Send a SIM Card Initiated SMS
The SIM card may set up an SMS (text message) and ask you to send this
message, for example by the question Send message now?. Press Y E S if you
want to send the SMS.
Details of Services Offered
All services and functions that come with the Online Services are network
dependent. Please contact your network operator for details of services offered
by the Online Services.
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Additional Information
Quick Keys
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Troubleshooting
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Ericsson Mobile Internet
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The Online Version of this User´s Guide
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Technical Data
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Glossary
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Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
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Warranty
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Declaration of Conformity
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Index
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Quick Keys
Several keys on your phone can be used to optimize the phone’s functionality
and decrease the number of times you need to press a key. Some of the key
combinations demand that your phone is in a certain mode and some can be
made from the standby mode.
The table describes some of the most useful key combinations.
To...
Mode:
press Y E S
when in standby
voice dial
press and hold Y E S
when in standby
voice dial
slide and hold the volume
key upwards or downwards
when in standby
call your Voice Mail
press and hold 1
when in standby
enter the + sign to
make an international
phone call
press and hold 0
when in standby
set the phone silent
press and hold C
when in standby
mute the microphone
press and hold down C
during a call
reach a phone book
entry
press the position number
and #
when in standby
reach a phone book
entry beginning with a
specific letter
press and hold any of the
keys 2 -9
when in standby
speed dial
press any of the number
keys 1 -9 and Y E S
when in standby
enter Find and Call
press and hold
when in standby
put a call on hold
press Y E S
during a call
retrieve a call
press Y E S again
during a call
reject a call
quickly slide the volume key when receiving a call
upwards or downwards twice
enter the menu system
press
move through menus
or lists
slide (and hold) the volume
key upwards or downwards
when in the menus
select a menu or
setting
press Y E S
when in the menus
delete an item
press and hold C
when in lists
go back to standby
press and hold N O
when in the menus
enter the Call List
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Do this:
Quick Keys
r
l or r
when in standby
To...
Do this:
enter the first sub-menu
of the My Shortcuts
menu
press and hold
find out which profile
you are using
slide the volume key
upwards or downwards
when in standby
change the language
to Automatic
press
l 8888 r
when in standby
change the language
to English
press
l 0000 r
when in standby
reach the second letter
or character of a key
slide the volume key
upwards and press any
of the number keys
when entering letters
reach the third letter
or character of a key
slide the volume key
downwards and press
any of the number keys
when entering letters
change between lowerand upper-case letters
press and hold *
when entering letters
enter numbers
press and hold any of the
number keys
when entering letters
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enter a space
press 1 once
when entering letters
enter a question mark
slide the volume key
downwards and press 1
when entering letters
enter the @ -sign
slide the volume key
downwards and press 0
when entering letters
enter a p (pause)
press and hold *
when saving codes
erase letters and
numbers
press C
when entering letters
and numbers
A quick way to move through the menus is to use shortcuts. You simply enter
the number of the menu or sub-menu to which you want to go. See “Using
Shortcuts” on page 26 and “To set the key sound” on page 27.
To quickly and easily reach the settings you use most, you can place your
favourite settings in the menu My Shortcuts. See “My Shortcuts” on page 28.
For more information about key functions, see “Key Functions” on page 14,
“Moving through the Menus” on page 26 and “Entering Letters” on page 31.
Quick Keys
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Troubleshooting
This chapter lists some problems that you might encounter while using your
phone. Some problems require that you call your service provider, but most of
the problems you encounter you can easily correct yourself.
Error Messages
Insert Card
Insert card
There is no SIM card in the phone or you may have inserted it incorrectly.
Insert a SIM card. See “The SIM Card” on page 7.
Insert Correct SIM Card
Insert correct
SIM card
The phone is set to only work with certain SIM cards. Insert the correct SIM
card.
SOS Calls Only
You are within range of a network but you are not allowed to use it. However,
SOS calls only
in an emergency, some operators allow you to call the international emergency
number 112. See “Making Emergency Calls” on page 16.
No Network
No network
There is no network within range or the received signal is too weak. You have
to move to get a signal that is strong enough.
Wrong PIN, Wrong PIN2
You have entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly.
Wrong PIN
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Enter the correct PIN or PIN2, and press Y E S .
See “The SIM Card Lock” on page 75.
Codes do not match
When you want to change a security code (for example your PIN) you have to
Codes do not
match
confirm the new code by entering it again. The two codes that you have
entered do not match. See “The SIM Card Lock” on page 75.
PIN/PIN2 Blocked
PIN blocked
You have entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly three times in a row. To
unblock, see “The SIM Card Lock” on page 75.
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PUK blocked- Contact operator
You entered your personal unblocking key code (PUK) incorrectly 10 times in
a row. Contact your network provider or service operator.
Phone Locked
The phone is locked. To unlock the phone, see “The Phone Lock” on page 76.
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PUK blockedContact operator
Phone lock code:
Phone lock code:
Your phone comes with the phone lock code, 0000. You can change it to any
four-to eight-digit code. See “The Phone Lock” on page 76.
Number not permitted
Number not
permitted
The Fixed Dialling function is on and the number you have dialled is not part
of your fixed numbers list. See “Fixed Dialling” on page 79.
Charging, alien battery
Charging,
alien battery
The battery you are using is not an Ericsson-approved battery and is charging
slowly for safety reasons.
No Indication of Charging
When you start charging a battery that is empty or a battery that has not been
used for a long time, it make take a while until the indicator on the top of the
phone shows a red light and the battery meter appears.
The Phone Cannot Be Switched On
Handheld Phone
•
Recharge or replace the battery. See “The Battery” on page 8.
Handsfree Phone in Vehicle
•
Make sure that the phone is properly inserted into its holder. See “Vehicle
Handsfree” on page 131.
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Ericsson Mobile Internet
When you are on the move and in need of communication and information,
the Mobile Internet is the answer.
The Mobile Internet is a service supplied by Ericsson to make it easier for
you to communicate and receive information quickly, wherever you are. It
gives you access to various messaging services, on-line customer services,
user manuals and other useful information. With the Mobile Internet you can
also download communications software to ensure you get the best out of your
Ericsson products.
The Ericsson Mobile Internet address is:
http://mobileinternet.ericsson.com
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The Online Version of
this User´s Guide
On the CD that comes with your phone, you can find an online version of this
User’s Guide. This can be handy when you quickly want to look something up
and you do not have the paper version of the User’s Guide nearby.
When you run the installation program from the CD, as described in “To
install the built-in modem on the PC” on page 63, this User’s Guide is
installed as a file on your computer, in the language you choose during
installation. If you cannot find your native language on the CD, you can
follow the steps below in order to install the correct version.
To change the language of the Online User’s Guide
1. Insert the CD in your CD drive. The CD should start automatically. If it
does not, you can start it manually by choosing Run from the Start menu,
and typing d:\start.exe (change the D drive if your CD drive is named
differently).
2. On the CD-Browser, click the Help link.
3. Click SelectLang.exe and then select the language you want to use.
This starts the re-installation of the online version of this User’s Guide.
When you have run the installation program from the CD you can usually find
the User’s Guide on your computer in:
C:/Program Files/Ericsson/Ericsson Communications Suite.
The Online Version of this User´s Guide
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Technical Data
General
Product name
R320
System
GSM 900/GSM1800
SIM card
Small plug-in card, 3V or 5V type
Type number
110 1201-BV
Dimensions
Size
130 x 51 x 15 mm
Weight with Ultra Slim battery
95g
Weight without battery
75g
Ambient temperatures
Max
+55°C
Min
-10°C
The built-in modem
Standards for transfer
R320 supports secondary implementation
of standard IrDA and IrDA-Ultra.
Data transmission rate
9,600 bps without compression because
communication via GSM is limited to 9,600
bps. With V.42bis compression you can
reach data transmission rates of up to
38,400 bps.
Fax
* Up to 9,600 bps
* Group III, class 1 and 2. Class 2 is
recommended.
Power consumption
Using the built-in modem for infrared communication increases battery consumption
depending on what sort of communication
you have established (fax, e-mail, etc.).
RS232
You can use an RS232 cable for transfer
via the built-in modem.
CLASS 1 LED PRODUCT.
The IrDA Feature Trademark is owned by the Infrared Data
Association and is used under license there from.
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Glossary
Advice of Charge (AoC)
enables you to monitor the cost of calls made from your mobile phone. Details
of the last call and total calls made are shown in the phone display. To use this
service, it must be supported by your network.
Area Information (AI)
is a service that allows you to receive messages about pre-set topics i.e.
weather forecasts, road reports, etc. To use this service, it must be supported
by your network.
Calling Line Identification (CLI)
shows the number of the person calling you in your mobile phone display. You
can then make an informed choice as to whether or not to take the call. Bear in
mind that not all numbers can be displayed. To use this service, it must be
supported by your network.
Divert
enables you to forward calls to another number, for example your voice mail
or home phone.
DTMF or Touch Tone
Dual Tone Multi Frequency signal – codes sent as tone signals. Used for
telephone banking, accessing an answering machine, etc.
Dual Band GSM 900/1800
Your phone is a dual band phone, which means that you can use your phone
on two different kinds of networks – the GSM 900 and the GSM 1800 (also
called PCN or DCS 1800) systems.
A dual band phone that combines the two standards can use both frequencies.
This increases capacity in densely populated urban areas, and consequently
improves the coverage offered by your network operator. It also offers you
enhanced international roaming, thanks to the additional networks now
available when you are travelling.
The switching between the two systems is done automatically and seamlessly,
which means that you can use your phone without ever having to consider
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which system is best at the time. This is taken care of by the networks.
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However, you should note that the functions offered and the network coverage
differ depending on your choice of operator and/or subscription.
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is used for keying in letters or numbers from the keypad.
Fixed Numbers
enables you to allow only numbers beginning with certain pre-defined figures
to be dialled from your mobile phone. The service is protected by your PIN2.
To use this service, it must be supported by your network.
Full Duplex
in handsfree equipment means that both parties on the phone can talk at the
same time. The opposite is simplex mode when one party talks and the other
must wait for his/her turn.
Fax Class
Standards for fax transmission are set as classes. Class I and II allow data
transfer speeds of between 2400 up to 9600 bps.
GSM 900
GSM is the world's most widely-used digital network, now operating in over
100 countries around the world, particularly in Europe and Asia-Pacific.
The Global System for Mobile Communications is the most-widely used
digital mobile phone system. The GSM systems family also includes GSM
1800 and GSM 1900. There are different phases of roll-out for the GSM
system and GSM phones are either phase 1 or phase 2 compliant.
GSM 1800
also known as DCS 1800 or PCN, is a digital network working on a frequency
of 1800 MHz. It is used in Europe and Asia-Pacific.
International (+) Sign
mobile phone (+) sign that automatically adds the correct international code in
front of a telephone number when dialling out of a country. You then have to
enter the code of the country you are calling.
International Roaming
a mobile phone feature that allows you to switch between networks offering
coverage abroad. Your mobile phone automatically selects a network or
system (your home network), but if it is not in range or unavailable, it selects
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network operators in different countries.
Line 1/Line 2
see Two Line Service.
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Menu System
is where you can access all the phone’s functions. The menus can be accessed
and viewed by scrolling with the arrow keys.
Micro browser
accesses and displays the Internet contents in your mobile phone, just as an
ordinary browser does in your computer. The micro browser uses small file
sizes and the bandwidth of the wireless-handheld network.
Network
a mobile phone network or system consists of a network of cells or areas. A
radio base station serves each cell from where calls are forwarded to and
received from your mobile phone by wireless radio signals.
Network Operator
to be able to use your phone, you need a subscription to a network. You get
this subscription from a network operator, together with a SIM card that you
need to use with your phone.
Phone Book
a memory in your mobile phone or SIM card where phone numbers can be
stored and accessed by name or position.
PC-Card
also called PCMCIA, the PC-card can act as a modem and connect your
mobile phone to a laptop or organizer, enabling data and fax transmission. The
thin type II card is the most common size.
PIN
Personal Identification Number – a code used for all GSM-based phones to
establish authorization for access to certain functions or information. The PIN
code comes with your subscription.
PIN2
Personal Identification Number 2 – an authorization code which is used only
for special services. The PIN2 code comes with your subscription.
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PUK
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Personal Unblocking Key Code – used to unlock a blocked SIM card. This
comes with your subscription.
Restrict Calls
enables you to restrict or bar certain or all types of calls to and from your
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mobile phone, i.e. outgoing calls, outgoing international calls, incoming calls.
Barring is switched on with a personal code. To use this service, it must be
supported by your network.
Roaming
within your home network, this means that your mobile phone automatically
sets up communication procedures with different radio base stations when on
the move.
Scroll
move between the menus and functions by pressing
u, l or r.
Select
choose a menu or function by pressing the Y E S key.
Semi-Duplex
in handsfree equipment, full duplex means that the connection is open for both
parties to talk simultaneously. The opposite, simplex, is when it is open to one
at a time. Semi-duplex gives close to, but not complete, duplex functionality.
Service Provider
a company that provides services and subscriptions to mobile phone users.
Short Message Service (SMS)
allows messages of up to 160 characters to be sent and received via the
network operator's message centre to your mobile phone. Messages are stored
if the phone is off or out of reach ensuring that they reach you. To use this
service, it must be supported by your network.
SIM card
Subscriber Identity Module card – a card that must be inserted in any
GSM-based mobile phone. It contains subscriber details, security information
and memory for a personal directory of numbers. The card can be a small
plug-in type or credit card-sized but both types have the same functions. Your
phone uses the small plug-in card.
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Subscription
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is the contract that you have with the service/network provider. To use your
phone, you need to have a subscription to a network. You get a SIM
(Subscriber Identity Module) card with your subscription. The services
included in your subscription depend on your choice of operator and/or
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subscription. So some of the services and functions described in this manual
may not be accessible to you. If you want a complete list of the services
included in your subscription, please contact your network operator.
Two Line Service
enables you to have two lines and two different phone numbers on one
subscription for your mobile phone. This makes it possible to have separate
numbers for business and personal calls. To use this service, it must be
supported by your network.
WAP™
The Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is an open, global specification that
makes it possible for mobile users with wireless devices to access and interact
with information and services easily.
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Guidelines for Safe
and Efficient Use
Note! Read this information before using your mobile phone.
Product Care and Maintenance
Your mobile phone is a highly sophisticated electronic device. To get the most
out of your mobile phone read this text about product care, safe and efficient
use.
Product Care
•
Keep your mobile phone dry.
•
Avoid exposing your mobile phone to extreme hot or cold temperatures.
•
Avoid placing your mobile phone close to lit candles, cigarettes, naked
flames or any heat source.
•
As with all sophisticated electronic devices rough treatment could damage
your mobile phone.
•
Only use a soft damp cloth to clean your mobile phone.
•
Do not paint your mobile phone as the paint could obstruct the earphone,
microphone or any moveable parts and prevent normal use.
•
Do not attempt to disassemble your mobile phone, a broken warranty seal
will void the warranty. The phone does not contain consumer serviceable
components. Service should only be performed by Certified Service Partners.
•
Only use Ericsson original accessories. Failure to do so may result in loss
of performance, damage to the phone, fire, electric shock or injury. The
warranty does not cover product failures which have been caused by use of
non-Ericsson original accessories.
•
Treat your mobile phone with care, keep it in a clean and dust free place.
Antenna Care and Replacement
•
To avoid impaired performance please ensure your mobile phone's antenna
is not bent or damaged.
•
Do not remove the antenna yourself. If your phone's antenna is damaged
please take it to a Certified Service Partner.
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Only use an antenna that has been specifically designed for your phone.
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Unauthorised antennas, modifications, or attachments could damage the
phone and may violate the appropriate regulations causing loss of per-
formance and radio frequency (RF) energy above the recommended limits.
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Efficient Phone Operation
To enjoy optimum performance with minimum power consumption please:
•
Hold the phone as you would any other telephone. While speaking directly
into the mouthpiece, angle the antenna in a direction up and over your
shoulder. If the antenna is extendable/retractable, it should be extended
during a call.
•
Do not hold the antenna when the phone is in use. Holding the antenna
affects call quality, may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level
than needed and shorten talk and standby times. If your mobile phone is
equipped with an infrared eye, never direct the infrared ray at anyone's eye
and make sure that it does not disturb any other infrared units.
Radio Frequency Energy
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When the phone is
turned on, it receives and transmits radio frequency (RF) energy. Depending
on the type of mobile phone you possess, it operates on different frequency
ranges and employs commonly used modulation techniques. The system that
handles your call when you are using your phone controls the power level at
which your phone transmits.
Exposure to Radio Frequency Energy
The International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP), supported by the World Health Organisation (WHO), published
during1996 a statement and in 1998 guidelines which set recommended limits
for exposure to RF fields from handheld mobile telephones. According to
ICNIRP statement, which is based on the available body of research, there is
no evidence that mobile terminals meeting the recommended limits can cause
any adverse health effects. All Ericsson telephones conform to the ICNIRP
guidelines and other international exposure standards, such as:
•
CENELEC European Pre-standard ENV50166-2:1995 (Europe)
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ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 (USA, Asia-Pacific)
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AS/NZS 2772.1 (Int):1998 (Australia, New Zealand)
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Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile phones in the areas where
you drive. If you are going to use your phone while driving, please:
Give full attention to driving.
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Use an Ericsson Vehicle Handsfree Solution, if available. Law in many
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countries requires vehicle Handsfree Solution. Read the installation
instructions carefully before installing a vehicle Handsfree Solution.
•
Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
RF energy may affect some electronic systems in motor vehicles such as car
stereo, safety equipment etc. In addition, some vehicle manufacturers do not
allow use of mobile phones, unless the installation is supported by a handsfree
kit with an external antenna, in their vehicles. Check with your vehicle manufacturer's representative to be sure that your mobile phone will not affect the
electronic systems in your vehicle.
Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
An air bag inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including either
installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the air bag or in the
air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle wireless equipment is improperly
installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment, for example equipment in hospitals and
cars, is shielded from RF energy. However, certain electronic equipment is
not, therefore:
•
Do not use your mobile phone near medical equipment without requesting
permission.
Mobile phones may affect the operation of some implanted cardiac pacemakers and other medically implanted equipment. Pacemaker patients should be
aware that the use of a mobile phone very close to a pacemaker might cause
the device to malfunction. Avoid placing the phone over the pacemaker, i.e. in
your breast pocket. When using the phone, place it at your ear opposite the
pacemaker. If a minimum distance of 15 cm is kept between the phone and the
pacemaker, the risk of interference is limited. If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, immediately turn off your phone.
Contact your cardiologist for more information.
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Some hearing aids might be disturbed by mobile phones. In the event of such
tomer services line to discuss alternatives.
Aircraft
Turn off your mobile phone before boarding any aircraft.
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disturbance, you may want to consult your service provider, or call the cus-
•
Do not use it on the ground without crew permission.
To prevent interference with communication systems, you must not use your
mobile phone while the plane is in the air.
Blasting Areas
Turn off your mobile phone when in a blasting area or in areas posted “turn off
two-way radio” to avoid interfering with blasting operations. Construction
crews often use remote control RF devices to set off explosives.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres
Turn off your mobile phone when in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere. It is rare, but your phone or its accessories could generate sparks.
Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury
or even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not always,
clearly marked. They include fuelling areas, such as petrol stations, below
deck on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities, and areas where
the air contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal powders.
Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or explosives in the compartment of your vehicle, which contains your mobile phone and accessories.
Power Supply
•
Connect AC (Power supply) only to designated power sources as marked
on the product.
•
To reduce risk of damage to the electric cord, remove it from the outlet by
holding onto the AC adapter rather than the cord.
•
Make sure the cord is positioned so that it will not be stepped on, tripped
over or otherwise subjected to damage or stress.
•
To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the unit from any power source
before attempting to clean it.
•
The charger must not be used outdoors or in damp areas.
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Children
Do not allow children to play with your mobile phone since it contains small
parts that could become detached and create a choking hazard.
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IMPORTANT!
This phone, like any mobile phone, operates using radio signals, cellular and
landline networks as well as user-programmed functions, which cannot guarantee connection under all conditions. Therefore you should never rely solely
upon any mobile phone for essential communications (for example medical
emergencies).
Remember, in order to make or receive calls the phone must be switched on
and in a service area with adequate cellular signal strength. Emergency calls
may not be possible on all cellular phone networks or when certain network
services and/or phone features are in use. Check with your local service
provider.
Battery Information
New Batteries
The battery delivered with your phone is not fully charged.
Battery Use and Care
A rechargeable battery has a long service life if treated properly. A new
battery, or one that has not been used for a long period of time could have
reduced capacity the first few times it is being used.
•
The talk and standby times depend on the actual transmission conditions
when using the phone. If the phone is used nearby a base station less
power is required and talk and standby times are prolonged.
•
Use only Ericsson original batteries and the AC/DC adapter supplied with
your battery charger. Using non original Ericsson accessories could be
dangerous and the warranty does not cover product failures which have
been caused by use of non-Ericsson original accessories.
•
Do not expose your battery to extreme temperatures, never above +60°C
(+140°F). For maximum battery capacity use your battery in room temperature. If the battery is used in cold temperatures the battery capacity will
be reduced.
•
The battery can only be charged when the temperature is between +5°C
(+41°F) and +45°C (+113°F).
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Turn off your phone before removing the battery.
•
Use only the battery for the intended purpose.
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Do not attempt to take a battery apart.
•
Do not let the metal contacts on the battery touch another metal object.
This could short-circuit and damage the battery.
•
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Do not expose a battery to open flames. This could cause the battery to
explode.
Do not expose a battery to liquid.
•
Do not allow the battery to be placed into the mouth. Battery electrolytes
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may be toxic if swallowed.
Recycling Your Battery
The battery must be disposed of properly and should never be placed in
municipal waste. Check local regulations for proper disposal instructions.
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Warranty
Thank you for purchasing this Ericsson Product. To get maximum use of the
features of your new product we recommend that you follow a few simple
steps:
•
Read the Guidelines for safe and efficient use.
•
Read all the terms and conditions of your Ericsson Warranty.
•
Save your original receipt. You will need it for warranty repair claims.
Should your Ericsson Product need warranty service, you should return it
to the dealer from whom it was purchased or contact your local Ericsson
helpdesk to get further information.
Our Warranty
Ericsson warrants this Product to be free from defects in material and workmanship at the time of its original purchase by a consumer, and for a subsequent period of one (1) year.
All accessories for the Product are covered by a warranty for a period of one
(1) year from the date of its original purchase by a consumer.
What We Will Do
If, during the warranty period, this Product fails to operate under normal use
and service, due to improper materials or workmanship, Ericsson subsidiaries,
authorised distributors or authorised service partners will, at its option, either
repair or replace the Product in accordance with the terms and conditions
stipulated herein.
Conditions
1. The warranty is valid only if the original receipt issued to the original
purchaser by the dealer, specifying the date of purchase and serial number,
is presented with the product to be repaired or replaced. Ericsson reserves
the right to refuse warranty service if this information has been removed or
changed after the original purchase of the product from the dealer.
2. If Ericsson repairs or replaces the Product, the repaired or replaced Product shall be warranted for the remaining time of the original warranty
period or for ninety (90) days from the date of repair, whichever is longer.
Repair or replacement may be via functionally equivalent reconditioned
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units. Replaced faulty parts or components will become the property of
3. This warranty does not cover any failure of the Product due to normal
wear and tear, misuse, including but not limited to use in other than the
normal and customary manner, in accordance with Ericsson´s instructions
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for use and maintenance of the Product, accident, modification or adjustment, acts of God, improper ventilation and damages resulting from liquid.
4. This warranty does not cover product failures due to repair installations,
modifications or improper service performed by a non-Ericsson authorised
service workshop or opening of the product by non-Ericsson authorised
persons.
5. The warranty does not cover product failures which have been caused by
use of non-Ericsson original accessories.
6. Tampering with any of the seals on the products will void the warranty.
7. THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES, WHETHER
WRITTEN OR ORAL, OTHER THAN THIS PRINTED LIMITED
WARRANTY. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE
LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IN
NO EVENT SHALL ERICSSON BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS. TO THE FULL EXTENT THOSE DAMAGES CAN BE
DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
Some countries do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damage, or limitation of the duration of implied warranties, so the
preceding limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives
you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may vary
from country to country.
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Declaration
of Conformity
We, Ericsson Mobile Communications AB of
Nya Vattentornet
221 83 Lund, Sweden
declare under our sole responsibility that our product
Ericsson type 110 1201-BV
to which this declaration relates, conforms to the appropriate standards
TBR 19, TBR 20, TBR31, TBR32, ETS 300 342-1 and EN 60950,
following the provisions of Teleterminals directive 91/263/EEC,
EMC directive 89/336/EEC, and Low voltage directive 73/23/EEC.
Stockholm November 12, 1999
(Place & date of issue)
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Johan Siberg, President
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Index
A
Accept calls 81
Add accessories to a profile 133
Alarm 121
Alarm indicator 13
Alarm signal 47
Answered calls indicator 39
Answering calls 17
Answering mode 133
Answering service. See Voice Mail
Appointments, storing them in the
calendar 104
Area information 59
message types 59
receiving area messages 60
Assembling the phone 7
B
Banking by phone 36
Barring calls. See Restrict calls
Battery 8
attaching 8
charging 8, 9
detaching 8
Bell. See Alarm indicator
Bookmarks in the WAP browser 97
Browser, using the WAP browser 95
Built-in modem 62
Business Card Exchange 70
C
Cable, connecting using a cable 64
Calculator 121
Call barring. See Restrict calls
Call cost 91
setting a credit limit 92
specifying price per unit 92
Call divert
activating 73
Call list
calling from call list 39
using the call list 39
Call restrictions. See Restrict calls
Call time 91
Call waiting 83
Call waiting service
activating 83
cancelling 83
Calling
from call list 39
Calling card
making a call 119
saving number 118
Calling card services
activating 118
Calling Line Identification (CLI) 39
Calls
answering 17
making 15
putting on hold 18, 84, 86, 87
receiving 16
redialling 15
rejecting 17
switching between calls 84
CB. See Area information
Cell broadcast. See Area information
Changing phone lines 94
Changing the language of the Online
User’s Guide 145
Charging 8, 9
disconnecting the charger 10
Choosing a card 119
Clock. See Time
Closed user groups 80
Code Memo 115
Communicating 62
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Fax, sending and receiving 67
Features 23
Fixed dialling 79
activating 79
Fixed numbers 80
editing 80
storing 80
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Conference calls 85
adding new participants 86
creating 85
extracting a participant 86
releasing a participant 86
reviewing participants 86
Connecting Using Infrared
Communication 63
Copying From One SIM Card to
Another 34
Credit card
making a call 119
saving number 118
D
Data, sending and receiving 67
Date 50
format 50
setting 50
Desktop charger 128
Dialled numbers indicator 39
Display
greeting text 49
language 12, 48
light 48
Display information 13
Divert Calls 73
activating 73
checking status 74
divert indicator 13, 74
incoming calls 73
Divert calls
cancelling 74
Divert indicator 13, 74
DTMF tones 18
Dual Band 147
E
Electronic business cards, sending
and receiving 70
E-mail, sending and receiving 67
Emergency calls 16
Erasing and renaming voice
memos 110
Ericsson Mobile Internet 144
Error messages 142
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Games 123
General reminders, storing them in
the calendar 104
Glossary 147
Greeting text in the display 49
H
Handsfree usage 132
I
Indicators in display 39
alarm 13
answered calls 39
battery meter 13
dialled numbers 39
divert 13
line 13
missed calls 13, 39
signal strength meter 13
silent ring 13
SMS 13
Initial settings 11
Input Method 48
International calls 16
International emergency number 16
K
Key functions 14
Keypad 6
Keypad Lock 77
L
Language in the display 12, 48
Letters, entering 31
Line
chosing a line 94
M
Personal ring signal 44
Phone book 30
checking status of memory 38
creating 30
edit a phone number 33
e-mail addresses 37
entering letters 31
erasing phone number 36
groups 37
international numbers 30
keeping up to date 33
memory 30
memory full 35
overwrite protection 35
shortcuts 33
Phone calls, storing them in the
calendar 104
Phone lock 76
activating/cancelling 77
auto lock 76
changing the security code 77
full lock 76
Phone number
displaying own 49
Phone number in SMS
replying to 57
PIN 7, 11
changing 75
PIN2 7
changing 76
Playing voice memos 110
Plus sign (+) 16
Portable handsfree 130
Problems, starting the Setup
Assistant 65
Profile
change name of 126
Profiles 125, 130
automatic activation 125
change settings 126
selecting 126
PUK 8, 75
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Making a call 15
Meetings, storing them in the
calendar 104
Menu system 24
display text 27
moving through 26
Message signal 47
Message types (SMS) 54
Microphone
muting 18
Minute minder 47
Missed calls 40
Missed calls indicator 13, 39
Mobile Internet 144
Monthly overview in the
calendar 106
Muting microphone 18
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Lock - keypad lock 77
N
Name label 32
Network
forbidden networks 89
preferences 88
preferred networks 89
search modes 90
selecting 88
Note Pad 19
O
Online services 135
Online User’s Guide, changing the
language of 145
Online Version of this User´s
Guide 145
Overview 6
Own business card, editing and
sending 71
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Quick Keys 140
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Receive calls 16
Receiving a business card 71
Receiving messages (SMS) 56
Recording a voice memo 109
Redialling numbers 15
Rejecting calls 17
Request reply (SMS) 55
Resetting phone 50
Restrict calls 78
cancelling all 78
changing password 79
changing status 78
Ring signal
choosing 44
composing own 45
personal 44
type 44
volume 43
SIM Card, copying from one SIM
card to another 34
SMS 52
composing messages 53
deleting a message 58
editing messages 53
enabling phone for sending 52
forwarding messages 58
message types 54
reading stored messages 59
receiving messages 56
reply requested 55
replying to messages 57
sending messages 53
storing messages 58
templates 55
types 54
SMS indicator 13
Speed dialling 33
Stop watch 122
Storage status, in the calendar 108
Stored messages (SMS)
reading 59
Storing appointments in the
calendar 104
Storing codes in your Code
Memo 115
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Scroll 14
Sending and receiving calendar
appointments 107
Sending business cards 70
Sending messages (SMS) 53
Settings
initial 11
Shortcuts 140
Silent ring signal 13
SIM
Application Toolkit 135
data download to 136
proactive 136
SIM card 7
features initiated by 136
inserting 7
resetting 136
unblocking 75
SIM card lock
activating 76
cancelling 76
unlocking 75
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Technical data 146
Telephone banking 36
Text messages (SMS) 52
Time 50
format 50
setting 50
Timer 122
Tone signals 18
Touch tones 18
Troubleshooting 142
Turning your phone off 12
Turning your phone on 11
Two Line Service 94
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Vehicle handsfree 131
Voice control
answering 112, 114
dialling 112
labels 112
making calls 113
rejecting 112
Voice label 112
Voice mail 41
activating 41
calling 41
changing number 42
changing signal 42
Voice Mail indicator 13
Voice memos 109
Volume
changing 18
Volume keys 14, 17
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W
WAP Browser 95
Weekly overview in the
calendar 106
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