Asus M530w Cell Phone User Manual

M530w
SMARTPHONE
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USER MANUAL
ASUS contact information
ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. (Asia-Pacific)
Address
Web site
Technical Support
Telephone
Support Fax
Software download
15 Li-Te Road, Peitou, Taipei, Taiwan 112
www.asus.com.tw
+886-2-2894-3447
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+886-2-2890-7698
support.asus.com*
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Address
Telephone
Fax Web site
Software download
44370 Nobel Drive, Fremont, CA 94538, USA
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Address
Telephone
Fax Online contact
Technical Support
Telephone
Fax Online support
Web site
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E3364
First edition
July 2007
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Safety Information
Safety precautions for the power supply unit and battery
Use the correct external power source. The power adapter of this product can only be
operated from the type of power source indicated on the electrical ratings label. If you are
not sure of the type of power source required, consult your authorised service provider.
Battery pack care. This product contains a Li-Ion Polymer battery. There is a risk of fire
and burns if the battery pack is handled improperly. Do not attempt to open or service the
battery pack.
WARNING DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY PACK IS INCORRECTLY
REPLACED. TO REDUCE RISK OF FIRE OR BURNS, DO NOT
DISASSEMBLE, CRUSH, PUNCTURE, OR SHORT EXTERNAL CONTACTS
OR CIRCUITS. DO NOT DISPOSE OF IN FIRE OR WATER, OR EXPOSE
TO TEMPERATURES HIGHER THAN 60OC(140OF). REPLACE THE
BATTERY PACK ONLY WITH MANUFACTURER SPECIFIED BATTERIES.
RECYCLE OR DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO LOCAL
REGULATIONS.
Aircraft
Switch off your wireless device whenever you are instructed to do so by airport or airline staff. If
your device offers a “flight mode” or similar feature, consult airline staff as to its use in flight.
Driving
Full attention should be given to driving at all times. Local laws and regulations restricting the use of
wireless devices while driving must be observed.
Hospitals
Mobile phones should be switched off whenever you are requested to do so in hospitals, clinics, or
health care facilities. These requests are designed to prevent possible interference with sensitive
medical equipment.
Petrol Stations
Obey all posted signs with respect to the use of wireless devices or other radio equipment in
locations with flammable material and chemicals. Switch off your wireless device whenever you are
instructed by authorised staff.
Interference
Care must be taken when using the phone in close proximity to personal medical devices such as
pacemakers and hearing aids.
For Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum space of 15cm be maintained between a
mobile phone and a pacemaker to avoid interfence with the pacemaker. To achieve this, use the
phone on the opposite ear to your pacemaker and do not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
For Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some hearing aids. In the event of such
interference, you may want to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
For Other Medical Devices
Consult your physician and the device manufacturer to determine if operation of your phone may
interfere with the operation of your medical device.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
Your M530w has been designed, manufactured and tested not to exceed the limits for exposure to
electromagnetic fields recommended by the Council of the European Union. These limits are part of
comprehensive guidelines developed by independent scientific organisations.
European standards provide for the amount of radio frequency electromagnetic energy absorbed by
the body when using a phone to be measured by reference to the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR).
The SAR limit for the general public is currently 2 watts per kilogram averaged over 10 grams of
body tissue.
Radio Frequency (RF) radiation exposure for body-worn operation: To ensure compliance
with RF exposure guidelines, this device must be used to with a minimum of 1.5 cm (0.6 6 inch)
separation from the body. Failure to observe these instructions could result in your RF exposure
exceeding the relevant guideline limits.
The maximum SAR value for M530w is GSM: 0.196W/kg@10g(CE); DCS: 0.413W/kg@10g(CE);
and WCDMA: 0.323W/kg@10g(CE).
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Getting Started............................................................................................ 1
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
1-5
1-6
Introducing the ASUS M530w Smartphone...................................................................1
Getting to know your Smartphone.................................................................................2
Installing the SIM card and battery................................................................................7
Installing and removing a microSD card........................................................................9
Charging your Smartphone.........................................................................................10
Turning your Smartphone ON/OFF.............................................................................11
Chapter 2 Learning to Use Your Smartphone.......................................................... 12
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
Navigating...................................................................................................................12
Home screen...............................................................................................................14
Start menu...................................................................................................................16
Quick List.....................................................................................................................17
Chapter 3 Using Call Features.................................................................................. 18
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3-4
3-5
Making a voice call......................................................................................................18
Responding to a voice call..........................................................................................22
Options during a call....................................................................................................23
Making a video call......................................................................................................24
Responding to a video call..........................................................................................25
Chapter 4 Synchronising with ActiveSync.............................................................. 26
4-1
4-2
4-3
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Microsoft ActiveSync...................................................................................................26
Installing ActiveSync on your PC.................................................................................27
Connecting your Smartphone to a PC.........................................................................28
Creating a partnership.................................................................................................28
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Synchronising with a PC.............................................................................................29
Synchronising with an Exchange Server.....................................................................31
Creating a synchronisation schedule..........................................................................32
Remote synchronisation..............................................................................................34
Chapter 5 Managing Your Smartphone.................................................................... 35
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Personalising your Smartphone..................................................................................35
Improving performance...............................................................................................42
Turning on/off wireless mode......................................................................................43
Keeping your Smartphone secure...............................................................................44
Restarting your Smartphone.......................................................................................47
Resetting your Smartphone.........................................................................................47
Adding and removing programs..................................................................................48
Managing and backing up files....................................................................................49
Chapter 6 Getting Connected.................................................................................... 52
6-1
6-2
6-3
6-4
Connecting to the Internet...........................................................................................52
Internet Sharing...........................................................................................................55
Using Internet Explorer Mobile....................................................................................56
Using Bluetooth®.........................................................................................................59
Chapter 7 Messaging................................................................................................. 64
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Entering text, numbers, and symbols..........................................................................64
Setting up accounts.....................................................................................................67
Managing accounts.....................................................................................................68
Text and e-mail messages...........................................................................................68
MMS messaging..........................................................................................................72
Windows® Live.............................................................................................................75
Chapter 8 Organising Your Life................................................................................. 79
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Using Contacts............................................................................................................79
Using Calendar............................................................................................................82
Using Tasks.................................................................................................................84
Using Voice Notes.......................................................................................................85
Chapter 9 Multimedia................................................................................................. 86
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Using your camera......................................................................................................86
Working with pictures and videos................................................................................89
Listening to music and watching videos......................................................................92
Using Java (MIDlet Manager)......................................................................................96
Chapter10 Voice Commander..................................................................................... 98
10-1 Using the Voice Commander.......................................................................................98
10-2 Using the Vocab Settings..........................................................................................110
10-3 Using the Digit Trainer............................................................................................... 111
Chapter11 Other Features........................................................................................ 112
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11-5
11-6
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WorldCard Mobile......................................................................................................112
Task Manager............................................................................................................113
ClearVue Office Applications.....................................................................................113
Spb® Zip....................................................................................................................115
Default Settings.........................................................................................................115
Mode Switcher...........................................................................................................116
Remote Presenter.....................................................................................................117
Appendix Notices..................................................................................................... 126
Index .................................................................................................................. 130
ASUS M530w specifications
Processor
Marvell PXA270 416MHz tri-band GSM/GPRS
Operating system
Microsoft® Windows Mobile™ 6 (Standard version)
Network system
Tri-Band GSM/GPRS (900/1800/1900) + WCDMA(UMTS) (2100MHz)
GPRS class 10
Memory
256MB Flash ROM
64MB SDRAM
Display
2.4-inch 65K color TFT-LCD (240 x 320 pixels)
Camera
Dual CMOS camera
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2.0 megapixel CMOS main camera with built-in LED flash,
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Expansion slot
One slot - Micro SD card slot
Connectivity
Bluetooth® v2.0 / USB 1.1 (client +host) /WLAN 802.11b/g
Audio
2.5 mm stereo earphone jack / built-in microphone / built-in speakerphone
Size
117 mm x 65 mm x 13.8 mm
Weight
135 grams (with battery)
Battery
1200mAh removable/rechargeable Li-ion
Battery life
150 hours standby time / 4 hours talk time with GSM and 2 hours talk time
with WCDMA *
* The actual performance is dependent on multiple factors, including network and usage environment.
Package contents
Your package includes several accessories for the Smartphone. After unpacking, check the items
against the list below and make sure that they are in good condition. If any item is missing or
damaged, contact your dealer or retailer immediately.
Standard items
• ASUS M530w Smartphone
• USB sync cable
• AC adapter
• Microsoft Getting Started CD: includes Microsoft® ActiveSync® 4.5
• Removable/ rechargeable 1200mAh Li-ion battery (SBP-10 battery manufactured by
Welldone)
• Headset
• Manual
• Quick Start Guide
• Warranty card
• Protection case
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Operate this unit (including the protection case) within a temperature
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your Smartphone and accessories, Chapter 1 Getting Started
1-1 Introducing the ASUS M530w Smartphone
The ASUS® M530w 3G Smartphone comes with the latest mobile technology that fits your world into
your hands. The M530w is a tri-band mobile phone with high resolution LCD, built-in dual CMOS
camera with camcorder, video calling and messaging capability, organizer, GPRS, and a microSD
card slot.
In addition to 256 MB phone memory, the microSD card extends storage space, allowing you to
save photos, messages, texts, graphics, and audio files like no other mobile phone can, making it a
perfect partner whether you are on or off the road.
With these features and many more, the ASUS M530w is sure to give you a satisfying mobile phone
experience.
1-2 Getting to know your Smartphone
Layout
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1 Power/Quick List button
Top feature
2 Power LED
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7 Navigation buttons
8 Action button
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14 Volume controller
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15 Earphone slot
Bottom features
16 Mini-USB connector
17 Camera lens
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20 Battery compartment
21 Camera button / Function
Side key
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Rear features
Right side feature
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Device components description
No.
Item
Description
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Power/Quick List button
Press and hold to turn the phone ON/OFF.
Press and quickly release to open the Quick List, which gives you
quick access to Wireless Manager (for enabling and disabling wireless
capabilities), Key lock, and preset profiles.
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Notification LED
This multi-color LED notifies the following:
• Green - Phone fully charged.
• Flashing green - Network detected.
• Red - Phone is charging.
• Flashing red - Event notification.
• Flashing blue - Bluetooth® or WLAN(IEEE 802.11b/g) ON.
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Sub Camera Lens
This sub camera is for the video conference.
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Call key
Press to answer a call or dial a number.
Press twice to redial last number.
Press and hold during an active call to switch to speakerphone mode.
Press once to place an active call on hold and answer another incoming call.
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Left Soft key
Use to select the command right above it on the main display.
When the keypad is locked, press this key followed quickly by the Asterisk
key to unlock.
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Home Button
Press to return to the Home screen.
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Navigation buttons
Use this to move up, down, right, and left through selections on the
display.
The primary use of the Up and Down navigation keys is for movement
within menus and navigation through contacts.
The primary use of the Left and Right keys is change settings and edit
text.
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Item
Description
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Action button
The Action key acts much like the Enter key on a keyboard. In general, press
to confirm an action. When you scroll to a check box, pressing the Action key
selects or clears the check box.
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Right Soft key
Performs the task indicated above the button.
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Back button
Press to go back to the previous screen.
Press to delete in a text field.
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End key
Press to end a call.
Press and hold to lock the keypad.
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QWERTY keypad
Press to enter text, numbers, and symbols. For more information see 7-2
Entering text, numbers, and symbols.
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Select button
The Select button acts much like the Action key. Press this button to confirm an
action. When you scroll to a check box, press this button to select or clear the
check box.
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Camera lens
This 2-megapixel camera comes with Auto-Macro (AM) lens and flash light
features.
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Camera flashlight
Allows you to capture images in a dim environment.
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No.
Item
Description
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Speaker
Allows you to listen audio media and phone calls.
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Battery compartment
Contains the battery that supplies power to the device.
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Camera button /
Function Side key
By default, this button is used to activate the Camera application:
Press to launch the camera viewfinder.
Press to take a picture if already in camera mode.
To change the key assignment and activate other applications using this
button, press Start > More > Settings > More > Key Assignment. From the
dropdown list, select the application you want to activate using this button.
Getting Started
1-3 Installing the SIM card and battery
The phone operator provides you with a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card that stores your
mobile phone number, phone book entries, and SMS/MMS messages. Install the SIM card before
you install the battery.
NOTE
The SIM card usually comes embedded on a plastic card. Read the SIM card
documentation before removing the SIM card. Remove any rough edges on
the SIM card before you install it to the Smartphone.
To install a SIM card:
1. Remove the battery compartment cover.
2. Insert the SIM card into the slot with its nicked corner and its contacts face down.
3. Replace the battery compartment cover.
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To insert the battery:
1. Align the gold metal contacts on the battery with the contacts on the phone.
2. Slide the back cover into your phone.
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CAUTION
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Use only the battery that comes with your Smarthphone package. Use of an
incorrect battery type may result in injury or explosion.
Getting Started
1-4 Installing and removing a microSD card
To install a microSD card
1. Remove the battery compartment cover.
2. With the label side (usually the side with the card
manufacturer’s name) face up, and the barcode/serial
number side face down, insert the card into the
microSD card slot located on the right side of the
phone.
3. Push the card all the way into the slot until it fits
completely.
To remove the microSD card
1. Press the card slightly until it ejects. You may then
safely remove the card.
2. Replace battery compartment cover.
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A microSD card fits only in one orientation, and slides smoothly into the slot if
inserted correctly. DO NOT force the card into the slot.
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1-5 Charging your Smartphone
WARNING Use only the charger that came with your Smartphone.
Make sure that the battery is fully charged before using the Smartphone for the first time. Initial battery
charging may take about eight (8) hours. You can charge the battery when the phone is either on or off.
A battery icon on the screen indicates the battery power level. Refer to “Status indicator icons” in
2-2 Home screen for battery icon indications.
To charge the battery
1. Connect the AC adapter to a power source.
2. Connect the power cable plug to the mini USB sync and power connector.
NOTE
The power LED lights up amber to indicate that the battery is charging and
lights up green when the battery is fully-charged.
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1-6 Turning your Smartphone ON/OFF
To turn ON your phone
1. Press and hold Power
for approximately three seconds until the display turns on.
2. If you are asked for a Personal Identification Number (PIN) code, key in the code using the
keypad, then press Action
. The main display shows the idle screen.
3. Enter your PIN and press Done. Wait for your operator and Microsoft screens to load.
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and select Power off from the Quick List screen.
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Chapter 2 Learning to Use Your Smartphone
2-1 Navigating
Your Smartphone has several keys to help you navigate through your Smartphone’s screens and
make selections.
Navigation pad
The navigation pad consists of four keys and provides
an easy way to move or scroll through selections on the
screen.
Up
The primary use of the Up and Down navigation keys is for
movement within menus and navigation through contacts.
The primary use of the Left and Right keys is to change the
settings and edit text.
Action key
Right
Left
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Home key
The Home key takes you to the Home screen.
Back key
The Back key takes you to the previous screen. In a text
field, the Back key deletes characters to the left of the
cursor.
Soft keys
The two soft keys on your Smartphone are located directly
below the display screen. Each soft key performs the
action displayed right above it on the soft key bar. These
two soft keys are context-sensitive; that is, the function of
these two keys vary depending on what you are doing.
QWERTY keypad
You can use the alphanumeric keypad to quickly select
programs and settings on your Smartphone. Press the
number on the keypad that corresponds to the number
shown next to the program or setting that you want to
select.
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2-2 Home screen
The Home screen automatically displays when you turn on your Smartphone or leave it idle.
The top of the Home screen displays the six most recently-used programs. The center of the display
shows the service provider, the time, your next appointment, your current profile, and the number of
new text messages. Scrolling to any of these items and pressing Action
opens the associated
program.
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Status indicators
Power status
Your service provider
Select and press Action to
open Wireless Manager
Network signal strength
Time/Date
Most recently-used programs
Your next appointment
Select and press Action to
open Calendar
Left soft key command
Press the Left soft key to
launch the Start menu, which
displays all the installed
programs and settings
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Right soft key command
Press the Right soft key to open
applications such as Contacts,
Messages, or Call History.
Learning to Use Your Smartphone
Status indicator icons
Status indicators appear at the top of the screen and on the Home screen. The following table lists
common status indicators and their meanings.
New e-mail or text message
(SMS)
Signal strength
Roaming
New instant message
No signal
3G Roaming
Voice call
No service
3G network available
Voice call in progress
Multipress input mode,
lowercase
GPRS available
Data call in progress
Numeric input mode
GPRS in use
Calls are forwarded
Synchronisation error
WiFi available
Call on hold
Sound ON.
Bluetooth on
Missed call
Ringer off
Battery level
Pending alarm
Low battery
Missing SIM card
Battery charging
Faulty SIM
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2-3 Start menu
Your Smartphone comes with many preinstalled
programs that you can start using right away. These
programs can be accessed from the Start menu.
To use the Start menu
1. On the Home screen, press Start.
2. Scroll to a program using the navigation
keypad and press Action
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You can add programs to the Start menu by
downloading them from the internet on your PC and
using ActiveSync to copy it to your phone.
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2-4 Quick List
The Quick List provides quick and convenient access to a list of
common commands, such as turning off the phone, locking the
phone, turning off wireless capabilities, and changing the profile
type.
To use the Quick List
1. Press and quickly release Power
to display the
Quick List.
NOTE: If you press and hold too long, the phone will power
off.
2. Select the command you want by scrolling to it and pressing Action
, Select, or by pressing the corresponding
number on the alphanumeric keypad.
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3-1 Making a voice call
Calling from the Home screen
To call from the Home screen
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To redial the last number called, press Send twice from the Home screen.
Using Call Features
Calling a Contacts entry
To call a Contacts entry
1. On the Home screen, press Contacts.
2. Select the contact name to call using the Up/Down navigation keys.
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3. Use the Left/Right navigation keys to change the default number. The letter to the right of the
contact’s name indicates the default number — m (mobile), w (work), or h (home).
Calling a number from the Call History list
To make a call from the Call History list
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Calling using speed dial
You can create speed dials for frequently-called phone numbers or frequently-accessed items by
simply pressing and holding one or two keys. You may choose Speed Dial entries from 2-99. You
can create a Speed Dial for a phone number, a program on the Start menu, an E-mail address, or a
Web page address (URL) that is stored in Contacts and in the SIM card.
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speed dial feature.
To create a speed dial for a phone number, e-mail address, or URL address
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Contacts.
2. Select a contact and press Action
to view the contact details.
3. Select the phone number, e-mail address, or URL address, for which you want to assign a speed
dial and press Menu > Add to Speed Dial.
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On the Home screen, press and hold the number on the keypad that you have assigned as a speed
dial for a number. If the keypad assignment consists of two digits, press the first digit then press and
hold the second digit.
To create a speed dial for an item on the Start menu
1. On the Home screen, press Start.
2. Select an item and press Menu > Add Speed Dial.
4. Enter appropriate details in Name, Value, and Keypad assignment . In Keypad assignment,
use the Left/Right navigationkeys to select, or press Action to view the full list of choices.
5. Press Done .
Making emergency calls
Calls to emergency service numbers can be made under any circumstances, even if you have
locked the SIM card or your phone.
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To place an international call
1. Press and hold + on the keypad to enter a plus sign.
2. Enter the full phone number with the country code, area code, and phone number, and then
press Call.
3-2 Responding to a voice call
Depending on your settings, the phone rings, vibrates, or rings and vibrates when it receives an
incoming call. When you receive a call, the screen displays the caller’s name and phone number.
If the caller is not in your Contacts list, the screen displays the number only. When you receive a
phone call, you have the option to answer it or ignore it.
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Listed in the table below are the possible menu options for when a call is in progress. Some of these
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To answer another call
1. Press Answer to place the first call on hold and answer the second call.
2. To end the second call and return to the first call, press End
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3-4 Making a video call
During a video call, you see a live video stream of the person you are talking to in the display
and the other person can see you on as well. To be able to make a video call, you must be in the
coverage of a UMTS network. For availability and subscription to video call services, contact your
network operator or service provider.
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When the line is connected, you can see two video images and hear the sound through the
loudspeaker.
3. Press End
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4-1 Microsoft ActiveSync
With ActiveSync, you can synchronise the information on your PC with the information on your
Smartphone. Synchronisation compares the data on your phone with your PC and updates both with
the most recent information. You can also use synchronisation to add new programs to your phone.
Before you can synchronise your phone with your PC, you need to complete the following steps:
1. Install ActiveSync on your PC.
2. Connect your phone to the PC.
3. Create a partnership between the two devices.
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4-2 Installing ActiveSync on your PC
The ActiveSync program is already installed on your Smartphone. To synchronise information on
your phone with your PC, you must also install ActiveSync on your PC. Install ActiveSync from the
Getting Started CD that comes with your product package.
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Before starting the ActiveSync installation, make sure that you have Microsoft®
Outlook® installed on your PC.
IMPORTANT Do not connect your phone to your PC until you have finished installing
ActiveSync.
To install ActiveSync on your PC
1. Place the Getting Started CD into the optical drive of your PC and follow the on-screen
instructions to install ActiveSync.
2. Click Start Here to display the Overview screen.
3. Click Install ActiveSync, then follow the on-screen instructions to complete installation.
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4-3 Connecting your Smartphone to a PC
To connect your Smartphone to a PC
1. When prompted, connect the
appropriate end of the USB sync cable
to the mini USB and power connector at
the bottom of your phone and the other
end to a USB port on your PC.
2. ActiveSync will autostart when it detects
your phone, and the Smartphone Sync
Setup Wizard will open.
4-4 Creating a partnership
The wizard guides you through the steps to create a partnership. In the Sync Setup Wizard, you can
do the following:
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synchronise your phone with Exchange Server, obtain the name of the Exchange Server, your
user name, password, and domain name from your administrator before completing the wizard.
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Choose information types (Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, Outlook E-mail, Favorites) to synchronise.
When you finish the wizard, ActiveSync synchronises your phone automatically. Once
synchronisation completes, you can disconnect your phone from your PC. After the first
synchronisation, you will notice that the information from your PC that you selected now appears on
your Smartphone.
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4-5 Synchronising with a PC
Changing information to synchronise
By default, ActiveSync does not automatically synchronise all Outlook information. You can use
ActiveSync options to turn synchronisation for specific information types on and off:
1. On the Home screen, press Start > ActiveSync.
2. Press Menu > Options.
3. Do one or more of the following:
• Select the check box for the items you want to synchronise.
• Clear the check box for any items you do not want to synchronise.
• To customise synchronisation of a PC, select the PC name then press Menu > Settings.
• To customise synchronisation of a particular type of information, select the information type
then press Settings.
• To stop synchronising with a PC completely, select the PC name and press Menu > Delete.
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Using USB sync cable
1. Connect your phone to a PC using the USB sync cable.
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press Start > ActiveSync.
3. Press Sync to start synchronising.
4. Press Stop to stop synchronisation before it completes.
Using Bluetooth
You can synchronise your phone with a PC using the Bluetooth wireless technology.
1. Follow the instructions in ActiveSync Help on the PC for configuring Bluetooth on your PC to
support ActiveSync.
2. On the Home screen, press Start > ActiveSync.
3. Press Menu > Connect via Bluetooth. Ensure that the phone and PC are within close range.
NOTE
If this is the first time you have connected to this PC using Bluetooth, you
must complete the Bluetooth wizard on the phone and set up a Bluetooth
partnership with the PC before synchronising. For more information about
setting up a Bluetooth partnership, see “Creating a Bluetooth partnership” in
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4. Press Sync.
5. When finished, press Menu > Disconnect Bluetooth. To preserve battery power, turn off
Bluetooth.
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4-6 Synchronising with an Exchange Server
To set up an Exchange Server connection, you will need to get the name of the server and the
server domain name from your service provider or system administrator. You must also know your
Exchange user name and password.
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Before you change synchronisation settings on the phone, disconnect it from
your PC.
1. On the Home screen, press Start > ActiveSync > Menu > Configure Server. If you have not
yet set up sync with Exchange Server, the system displays the message Add Server Source.
2. In Server address, enter the name of the server running Exchange Server, and press Next .
3. Enter your user name, password, and domain name, and press Next.
If you want the phone to save your password so that you will not need to enter it again when
connecting, select the Save password check box.
4. Select the check boxes for the types of information items that you want to synchronise with the
Exchange Server.
5. To change available synchronisation settings, select the type of information, and press Menu >
Settings.
6. To change the rules for resolving synchronisation conflicts, Menu > Advanced.
7. Press Finish .
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4-7 Creating a synchronisation schedule
You can create a schedule for automatically synchronising information on your Smartphone with
your PC or with Microsoft Exchange Server.
To set up a synchronisation schedule with your PC, you must use ActiveSync on the PC. For more
information on synchronisation, see ActiveSync Help on the PC.
To set up a synchronisation schedule with an Exchange server, you must use ActiveSync on your
phone. See the next section for details.
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Scheduling synchronisation
Before changing synchronisation settings on the phone, disconnect the phone from your PC.
To schedule synchronisation
1. On the Home screen, press Start > ActiveSync > Menu > Schedule.
2. Do one or more of the following:
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Automatically as items arrive.
Under Peak times, select As items arrive. It is more cost-efficient to
synchronise on at regular intervals when mail volume is high.
Under Off-peak times, select As items arrive. This can be more costefficient than synchronising on a regular schedule when mail volume
is low.
When you are working, or e-mail
volume is high.
Select an appropriately frequent interval in the Peak times list.
When e-mail volume is low.
Select a longer interval or As items arrive in the Off-peak times list.
While roaming
Select the Use above settings while roaming check box. To
minimize roaming charges, clear the check box, and synchronise
manually while roaming.
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To change peak time settings to more accurately adjust to periods of e-mail
volume for you, press Menu > Peak Times.
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4-8 Remote synchronisation
Remote synchronisation is when your phone is synchronised over a wireless connection instead
of using a direct local connection to a PC. Synchronising remotely with your PC may depend on
your network configuration. For example, you may need to set up a virtual private network (VPN)
connection to your network.
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5-1 Personalising your Smartphone
Settings screens
You can view and change settings on your Smartphone to make it look and behave the way you like
it. This includes changing the Home screen layout, adding your own ring tone, and set options for
calls you receive, such as Call Forwarding and Call Waiting.
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings to display the Settings screen.
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or press Left or Right on the navigation pad to display next or previous page of
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Personalising your Home screen
To personalise your Home screen
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Home Screen.
2. Make your desired changes and press Done.
To personalise the Home screen with your own image
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Multimedia > Pictures & Videos.
2. Select an image to use as the background image and press Action.
3. Press Menu > Use as Home Screen.
4. Use the Left/Right navigation keys to adjust the transparency and press Finish.
Setting the date, time, and alarm
To set the date and time
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Clock and Alarm > Date and Time.
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Changing regional settings
To change regional settings
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > More > More > Regional Settings.
2. In Language, select your preferred language for the phone interface and menus.
3. In Locale, select your current location. The Locale option automatically changes the format of
the remaining options, such as date, time, and currency, to reflect those used in that locale.
4. Press Done after you have finished making changes.
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To activate the new language settings, you will need to turn the phone off and
back on.
Changing profile settings
A profile determines how you get notified of events such as incoming calls, upcoming appointments,
and new messages. Your current profile is displayed on the Home screen.
To quickly change the current profile
To quickly switch to a different profile, press and quickly release Power and scroll to the desired
profile in the Quick List screen and press Select. To open the second page of the Quick List screen
for more profile options, select More.
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When profile is set to Automatic, your phone will automatically switch to Silent
mode whenever you have a meeting set up in Calendar.
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Profiles.
2. Scroll to the profile you want to change, press Menu > Edit.
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3. Change the settings and press Done .
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To restore the default settings of a profile, press Menu and select Reset to
default.
Setting up advanced sounds
Use the Advanced Sounds settings to customise the sounds for ring tones, notifications, reminders,
alarm clock, alert, warnings, email,text message, and key tones. The phone comes with 13 preinstalled polyphonic ring tones from which you can choose.
To change the sound
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Advanced Sounds.
2. Highlight the item for which you want to change the sound.
3. Do one of the following:
• Scroll left/right to select a different sound.
• Press Action
to open the Select an Item screen, which allows you to select from a full
list of sounds available for that event.
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4. Paste the file to any location you want on your Smartphone.
5. On the Home screen of your Smartphone, press Start > More> Settings > Advanced Sounds.
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allows the person who finds the phone to be able to contact you in case it is lost.
To enter owner information
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > More > More > More> Owner
Information.
2. Enter your details and press Done.
Assigning keypad functions
You Smartphone comes with preinstalled programs which may have default keypad functions
assigned to them. Use the Keypad Assignment settings to customise the keypad functions to open
the programs you often use, or to perform shortcuts such as going back to the Home screen or
launching the Quick List.
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Changing the Start Menu view
Use the Start Menu settings to change the viewing layout of the Start menu. You can view the Start
menu either in Grid View or List View.
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the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > More > Start Menu.
2. Select either Grid View or List View, then press Done.
Setting up the video call
Use the Video Phone settings to set up the video call settings on your Smartphone.
To set up the video call
1. On
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2. In the General screen, you may choose to set up the following:
• Select the Accept without camera option to accept a video call even when the other party does not have a camera feature on his phone.
• In Media in video call, you may choose to present a picture, use the default medium, or not to use any medium.
• In Default audio out to, you may choose the audio sound to be transmitted from your Smartphone. You may choose Loudspeaker, or Receiver.
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Adjusting the headset volume level
Use the Headset Volume Limiter settings to adjust the volume level for your headset.
To adjust the headset volume level
1. On
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2. Use the left and right soft keys to decrease or increase the volume level.
3 Press Done.
5-2 Improving performance
Changing accessibility settings
To change accessibility settings
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > More > More > Accessibility.
2. Set your preference for the following:
In System font size, set the font size to be displayed on your phone.
In Multipress time out, set the length of time to wait between keypresses when entering text in
Multipress mode.
In Confirmation time out, set the delay before an unconfirmed action times out.
In In-call alert volume, set the volume for incoming call or receiving new message alerts while
you are on the phone.
3. Press Done.
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Changing power settings
Use Power Management to check the battery level and to configure power-saving settings, such as
backlight and display time-outs.
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > More > More > Power Management.
2. Adjust the following options:
In Backlight time out on battery, set the amount of time for the phone to be idle before the
backlight turns off.
In Backlight time out on AC, set the amount of time for the phone to be idle before the
backlight turns off when using AC power.
In Display time out, set the time limit for the phone to be idle before the screen turns off.
3. Press Done.
5-3 Turning on/off wireless mode
To turn on/off Bluetooth
Do one of the following:
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Press and quickly release Power
to display the Quick List screen and select Wireless
Manager. Select Bluetooth and press Action
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On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth. You may
select: Menu > Turn off Bluetooth, Menu > Turn on Bluetooth, Menu > Turn On Visibility,
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To turn on/off radio mode
Press and quickly release Power
to display the Quick List screen and select Wireless
Manager. Select All Off and press Action
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Turn off all radio interfaces of your phone when you are on an aircraft or in a
hospital. You will not be able to make calls or send messages/e-mails but will
still be able to use the organizer functions of your phone.
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Customise the level of security you want your phone to have by locking the keypad, the SIM card, or
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Locking the keypad and multimedia player controls
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Locking the SIM card
Locking the SIM card prevents you and others from using the Smartphone until the correct password
is entered, but you will still be able to make emergency calls. When you turn on the phone, you will
be asked to enter your PIN1 password.
To lock the SIM card and set the PIN
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings >More > Security > Enable SIM PIN.
2. Enter the password (SIM card’s PIN1), and press Done .
Once the PIN is enabled, your Smartphone will ask you to enter the PIN whenever you turn it on.
To unlock the SIM card
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings >More > Security > Disable SIM PIN.
2. Enter the password (SIM card’s PIN1), and press Done .
To change the PIN
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings >More > Security > Change SIM PIN.
2. Enter the original PIN1 code.
3. Enter and confirm the new PIN, and then press Done .
To change PIN2
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings >Security > Change PIN2.
2. Enter the original PIN2 code (SIM card’s PIN2).
3. Enter and confirm the new PIN2, and then press Done .
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Locking the phone
To lock the phone
1. On
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2. Select the Prompt if device unused for check box by pressing Action
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3. Scroll down to the field below and select the amount of time for the phone to be inactive before it
locks automatically.
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Fixed dialling allows you to restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers, if supported by
your SIM card. You need the PIN2 code for this function. When this function is active, you can only
call those phone numbers that are included in the fixed dialling list. Call barring, on the other hand, blocks certain types of call. Before you can use it, you must set up a Fixed dialling list.
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Phone > More > Fixed Dialling.
2. Select Enable fixed dialling by pressing Action
and then press Done .
3. Enter your SIM PIN 2, and press Done .Once fixed dialling has been turned on, you can begin to
store fixed dialling numbers.
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Blocking incoming/outgoing calls
Emergency calls can still be made with Call Barring on.
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Phone > Call Barring.
2. In Block incoming calls, select Off, When roaming, or All calls.
3. In Block outgoing calls, select Off, Int’l except to home, Int’l calls, or All calls.
4. Press Done .
5-5 Restarting your Smartphone
Occasionally, you may need to restart your phone; for example, when a program is not performing
properly or the phone does not respond to key presses.
To restart the phone
1. Remove the battery.
2. Reinsert the battery and turn on your phone.
5-6 Resetting your Smartphone
Resetting your phone will remove all data from memory and restore the phone back to the factory
default settings.
NOTE
When you reset your phone, all data you have entered in RAM, including
all files, system settings, and additional programs you have installed, will be
erased.
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To reset your phone
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Tools > Default Settings.
2. Enter 1234 to confirm you want to restore default settings and press OK .
The phone will restart automatically after it has been reset.
5-7 Adding and removing programs
You can use ActiveSync to add programs to your phone or add a program directly from the Internet.
To add programs
1. Download the program to your PC.
2. Read any installation instructions or documentation that comes with the program. Many
programs provide special installation instructions.
3. Connect your Smartphone to the PC using a USB cable.
4. Double-click the *.exe file.
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• If the executable file is an installation wizard, follow the instructions on the screen. Once the
program has been installed on your PC, the wizard will automatically transfer the program to
your phone.
• If an installation wizard does not start, you will see an error message stating that the program
is valid but that it is designed for a different type of PC. You will need to copy this program to
your phone. If you cannot find any installation instructions for the program, use ActiveSync to
copy the program file to the Program Files folder on your phone.
Managing Your Smartphone
To remove a program
NOTE
Programs that come with the phone cannot be removed.
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > More > More > Remove Programs.
2. Scroll to the program to remove.
3. Press Menu > Remove.
5-8 Managing and backing up files
There are a couple of ways to manage your files. You can use the File Explorer on your Smartphone
or use ActiveSync on your PC.
You can back up files to your PC using ActiveSync or copy files to a storage card on your phone.
You can also efficiently manage your files and folders using the File Explorer program on your
phone. Changes you make to the information on your phone will not affect the information on your
PC. If you want to automatically update information on both your phone and PC, synchronise the
information instead. For more information about copying and synchronising files, see ActiveSync
Help on your PC.
To copy a file using ActiveSync
Copying a file results in separate versions of a file on your phone and PC. Because the files are not
synchronised, changes made to one file will not affect the other.
1. Connect your phone to your PC using a USB cable.
2. In ActiveSync, click Explore.
3. Go to the file that you want to copy on your phone or PC.
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4. Do one of the following:
• To copy the file to your phone, right-click the file, and click Copy. Right-click the desired folder
on your phone, and click Paste.
NOTE
To copy files to a storage card, insert a microSD card (see 1-4 Installing and
removing a microSD card). You can play MP3 and other media files directly
from a microSD card inserted into your phone.
• To copy the file to your PC, right-click the file and click Copy. Right-click the desired folder on
your PC, and click Paste.
Using File Explorer
File Explorer allows you to manage the files and folders on your phone just like you do on your PC.
To start File Explorer
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On the Home screen, press Start > More > File Explorer.
You can do the following on the File Explorer:
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Create a new folder
Go to where you want to create the new folder. Press Menu > Edit >
New Folder. Enter a name for the new folder and press Action
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Rename a file or folder
Select the file or folder that you want to rename, and press Menu >
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Select the file or folder that you want to delete, and press Menu > Edit >
Delete.
Beam a file
Select the file that you want to send. Press Menu > Beam. Select the
device to which you want to send and press Beam.
Send a file by e-mail
Select the file to send, press Menu > Send. Select the e-mail account you
want to send the file to and press Select. A new e-mail message is created
with the file already attached.
Display information about a file
or folder
Select the file or folder, and press Menu > Properties.
Sort files and folders
Press Menu > Sort By, and select a sort option.
Move a file or folder from one
location to another
Select the file or folder that you want to move. Press Menu > Edit > Cut.
Navigate to the new location and press Menu > Edit > Paste.
Duplicate a file or folder
Select the file or folder that you want to duplicate. Press Menu > Edit >
Copy. Navigate to the new location and press Menu > Edit > Paste.
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You can set up connections to the Internet and corporate network at work to do such activities as
browse the Internet or intranet, send and receive emails and instant messages, and synchronise
information using ActiveSync.
With an active connection, you can browse the web, download e-mails, chat using MSN Messenger,
or synchronise wirelessly with the server. Check with your Internet Service Provider to see if a
connection has already been set up for you, and if over-the-air configuration is supported.
6-1 Connecting to the Internet
On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections to open the Connections screen.
Connections settings allow you to set up Dial-up, Virtual Private Network (VPN), Bluetooth, Proxy,
and General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) connections, so you can connect to the Internet or your
corporate network.
Dial-up connection
To create a Dial-up connection
Every network connection is different. You should gather all of the relevant information or network
settings you need before starting this process.
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Dial-up.
2. Press Menu > Add.
3. Enter the appropriate information.
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NOTE
In Connects to, select The Internet to connect directly to the Internet, Work
to connect to your corporate network, WAP Network to connect to a Wireless
Application Protocol network, or Secure WAP Network to connect to secure
WAP sites, such as a bank.
4. Press Done .
GPRS, Proxy, and VPN connections
You can create GPRS, Proxy, and VPN connections using the same procedure as that for a Dial-up
connection.
GPRS connection
GPRS is a high-speed transmission through the mobile phone network, which provides permanent
online connection. To use GPRS to connect to the network, you need to apply for GPRS service with
your Internet Service Provider.
Proxy connection
If you are connected to your ISP or private network during synchronisation, your Smartphone should
download the proper proxy settings from your PC. If these settings are not on your PC or need
to be changed, ask your Internet Service Provider or network administrator for the proxy server
name, server type, port, type of Socks protocol used, and your user name and password. A proxy
connection is used to access the Internet using an existing connection to your corporate network.
VPN connection
A VPN connection helps you to securely connect to servers, such as a corporate network, using an
existing Internet connection. Ask your network administrator for your user name, password, domain
name, TCP/IP settings, and host name or IP address of the VPN server.
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Changing option settings
The Options screen enables you to specify the number of redial attempts, time to wait before
disconnecting, and how your PC connects to the network.
To access the Options screen
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections.
2. Press Menu > Advanced > Menu > Options.
Adding a URL exception
Some companies use periods in their intranet URLs (for example, intranet.companyname.com).
A Work URL exception tells Internet Explorer Mobile to look on the Work network to find the URL
instead of searching the Internet.
To add a URL exception
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2. Press Menu > Advanced > Menu > Work URL Exceptions.
3. Press Menu > Add.
4. In URL Pattern, enter the URL, and press Done .
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NOTE
Separate multiple URLs with a semicolon (;).
You should not create URL exceptions for URLs on the Internet.
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6-2 Internet Sharing
The Internet Sharing feature enables you to use your Smartphone as an external modem for
your computer to connect to the Internet. To connect your Smartphone to your PC for Internet
connectivity, you can use either a USB or a Bluetooth device.
Setting up a USB connection
To set up a USB connection.
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Internet > Internet Sharing.
2. In PC Connection, select USB.
3. In Network Connection, select the type of connection that your Smartphone will use to connect
to the Internet.
NOTE
You must first create a network connection. Refer to 6-1 Connecting to the
Internet.
4. Press Connect.
5. Connect your Smartphone to your PC using the USB sync cable. The status will change to
Connected, and your PC is now connected to the Internet.
Setting up a Bluetooth® connection
To set up a Bluetooth® connection
1. Create a Bluetooth® partnership between your Smartphone and your computer.
NOTE
Refer to the section “Creating a Bluetooth partnership” under 6-4 Using
Bluetooth®.
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2. On the Home screen, press Start > Internet > Internet Sharing.
3. In PC Connection, select Bluetooth PAN.
4. In Network Connection, select the type of connection that your Smartphone will use to connect
to the Internet.
NOTE
You must first create a network connection. Refer to 6-1 Connecting to the
Internet.
5. Press Connect.
6-3 Using Internet Explorer Mobile
You can use Internet Explorer Mobile to browse mobile favorites and channels that have been
downloaded to your device without connecting to the Internet. You can also connect to the Internet
through an ISP or a network connection to browse the Web.
NOTE
Make sure that you have set up your Smartphone’s connection. Refer to 6-1
Connecting to the Internet.
Opening Internet Explorer Mobile
To open Internet Explorer
On the Home screen, press Start > Internet > Internet Explorer.
With Internet Explorer Mobile, the Favorites and History lists are displayed as the main screen
instead of a home page, so you can easily go to your favorite Web sites. You can add Web sites that
you visit frequently to the Favorites list.
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Change connection options
1. Press Menu > Tools > Options > Connections.
2. Do one of the following:
• To allow Internet Explorer to select network settings, select
Automatically detect settings.
• To manually choose network settings, in Select network, select the
network to which Internet Explorer should connect.
View your Favorites list
From any Web page, press Favorites.
Go to a Web page
In Internet Explorer, press Menu > Address Bar. Enter the Web page
address and press Go.
Go to a Web page in the History
list
Press Menu > History. Select a Web page, and click Go.
Clear history, cookies, or
temporary files
Press Menu > Tools > Options > Memory.
Add a Web page to the
Favorites list
From the Web page that you want to add, press Menu > Add to Favorites.
Change the size of text on Web
pages
Press Menu > View > Text Size and select the size you want.
Show or hide pictures on Web
pages
Press Menu > View > Show Pictures. A check mark next to Show
Pictures indicates that pictures will be displayed on Web pages.
View a page in full screen mode
Press Menu > View > Full Screen.
Exit full screen mode
Press one of the soft keys, and then press Menu > View > Full Screen to
cancel the selection.
Change Web page display
options
Press Menu > View. Select one of the display options.
Create a new folder in Favorites
Press Favorites > Menu > Add Folder.
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Move a favorite to a folder
Press Favorites. Select the favorite to move. Press Menu > Edit. Under
Folder, scroll to the folder to which you want to move the favorite and
press Done.
Send a link via e-mail
Go to the Web page you want to send and press Menu > Tools > Send
Link... > Outlook E-mail.
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6-4 Using Bluetooth®
Bluetooth® is a short-range wireless communications technology that allows you to communicate
with other devices, such as headsets, printers, PCs, GPS receivers, and other users’ mobile
devices. Devices with Bluetooth capabilities can exchange information without requiring a physical
connection. Unlike infrared, you do not need to line up devices to exchange information through
Bluetooth. The devices only need to be within a range of about 10 meters (30 feet) in an open space
environment. You can even beam information to a device in a different room, as long as it is within
the specified range.
Setting Bluetooth mode
By default Bluetooth is turned off. If you turn it on, and then turn off your phone, Bluetooth also turns
off. When you turn on your phone again, Bluetooth turns on automatically.
To set Bluetooth mode
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth > Menu.
2. Select Turn On/Off Bluetooth, Turn On/Off Visibility and press Done .
NOTE
You can also turn Bluetooth on and off by pressing and quickly releasing
Power to access the Quick List and selecting Wireless Manager. Select
Settings > Bluetooth Settings to set Bluetooth mode or select Bluetooth and
press Action
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Turn On Bluetooth
The Bluetooth radio is turned on and you can use Bluetooth features.
Turn Off Bluetooth
The Bluetooth radio is turned off. You might want to turn the radio off at times to
conserve battery power, or in situations where radio use is prohibited, like on airplanes
and in hospitals.
Turn On Visibility
The Bluetooth radio is turned on, and other Bluetooth devices within range (about 10
meters) can detect your phone.
Turn Off Visibility
The Bluetooth radio is turned on, but other Bluetooth devices cannot detect your
phone.
Creating a Bluetooth partnership
Before your phone can communicate with another device, you need to create a partnership between
your phone and the other Bluetooth-enabled device. Your phone can create partnerships with up to
10 other Bluetooth devices.
To create a Bluetooth partnership
1. Ensure that the two devices are within close range and that both Bluetooth-enabled devices are
discoverable.
2. On the Home screen, press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth.
3. Select Add new Device.... Your phone searches for other Bluetooth-enabled devices and
displays them in the list.
4. Select the device with which you want to create a Bluetooth partnership, and press Next.
5. Enter a enter a personal identification number (PIN) between 1 and 16 characters, and press
Next.
6. Enter the same PIN on the other device.
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NOTE
Once you create a partnership, you don’t need to Turn on Visibility to beam
information between them. Bluetooth needs only to be turned on.
Pairing with a Bluetooth headset
1. On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth > Menu and
select Turn On Bluetooth and Turn On Visibility.
2. Turn on your Bluetooth headset and bring it to within 10 meters of your Smartphone.
3. Put your Bluetooth headset into pairing mode. Refer to your Bluetooth headset’s user manual for
instructions.
4. On your phone, press Add new device....
5. Select the Bluetooth headset on the Add Devices list and press Next.
6. Enter the passkey provided in the headset user manual. The phone will now pair with the
headset.
7. Set the Bluetooth mode on your phone to On and you are ready to talk hands free.
Listening to streaming audio with a Bluetooth headset
1. Make sure that your phone is paired with a Bluetooth headset by following the instructions in
“Pairing with a Bluetooth headset.”
2. On the Home screen, press Start > More
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Beam information
using Bluetooth
Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and that the device that you want to beam to is
discoverable. Select the item that you want to beam and press Menu > Beam [item].
Select the Bluetooth device to which you want to beam the item and press Beam.
Accept a Bluetooth
partnership
Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and that your phone is discoverable. When
prompted to accept a Bluetooth partnership with the other device, press Yes. In PIN,
enter a personal identification number (PIN) between 1 and 16 characters, and press
Done. You must enter the same PIN that was entered on the device requesting the
Bluetooth partnership.
Receive beamed
information
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Beam. Select
Receive incoming beams. Press Yes.
To receive beams by using Bluetooth, ensure Bluetooth is turned on and that your
phone is discoverable and within close range.
Rename a Bluetooth
device
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth.
Select the Bluetooth device to rename and press Menu > Edit. In Name, enter a new
name for the Bluetooth device, press Next, and then press Done.
Synchronise using
Bluetooth
On the Home screen, press Start > More > ActiveSync > Menu > Connect via
Bluetooth. See “Using Bluetooth” in 4-5 Synchronising with a PC for more
information.
End a Bluetooth
partnership
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth.
Select the Bluetooth device with which you want to end the partnership and press
Menu > Delete.
Specify a folder for
received images from
the Image server
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth
Profiles > Images. In Default image directory, enter the desired directory for storing
received images.
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Open received
images from the
Image server in the
image viewer
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth
Profiles > Images. Select the Open received images check box.
Save a thumbnail
version of received
images in the same
folder as the received
images
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth
Profiles > Images. Select the Request thumbnail check box.
Configure security for
Bluetooth use
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth
Profiles > Security.
Specify a folder
on your phone to
share with another
Bluetooth-enabled
device
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth
Profiles > File Transfer. In Root directory, enter the path to the folder. Select the
Use server authorization check box if authorization is required each time a remote
client wants to connect.
Configure a
Bluetooth printer
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth
Profiles > Printer.
View the status of
individual printing
jobs
On the Home screen, press Start > More > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth
Profiles > Printer. Press Menu > Status...
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Your Smartphone is capable of composing, sending, and receiving Outlook e-mail, Internet e-mail,
Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) messages, and text messages.
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7-2 Setting up accounts
Before you can send and receive e-mails, you need to set up an e-mail account that you have with
an Internet service provider (ISP) or an account that you access using a VPN server connection
(typically a work account). You can send e-mail messages by synchronising or by connecting directly
to an E-mail server through your Internet service provider or a corporate network.
NOTE
Before you set up an e-mail address on your Smartphone, you must have an
Internet or an e-mail account.
To set up an e-mail account
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging > New E-mail Account....
3. In E-mail address, enter the e-mail address for this account.
4. Select Try to get e-mail settings automatically from the Internet. Automatic setup attempts to
download necessary e-mail server settings so that you do not need to enter them manually.
5. Follow the instructions to complete the setup.
NOTE
If Automatic setup is successful, your user name is already entered and you
can press Next, and then Finish to complete setting up your account, or press
Options to access additional settings.
If Automatic setup is unsuccessful or you have an account you access using
a VPN server connection, you will have to contact your ISP (Internet Service
Provider) or network administrator to obtain information for entering settings
manually.
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7-3 Managing accounts
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View a list of accounts
On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. A list of accounts is
displayed with the number of unread messages in the Inbox of each account
shown in parenthesis.
Send/receive Internet e-mail
messages
On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. Select the Internet e-mail
account for which you want to send and receive messages and press Menu >
Send/Receive. To stop this process, press Menu > Stop Send/Receive.
Delete an account
On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. Select an account and press
Menu > Delete.
Switch between accounts
With an account open, press Menu > Tools > Switch Accounts or use the
Left/Right navigation keys to quickly switch to another account.
Changing account options
On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. Select an account and press
Select. Press Menu > Tools > Options and then select the type of option
you want to change. Select Done to confirm.
7-4 Text and e-mail messages
To compose and send a text or e-mail message
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging.
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sent the next time you connect.
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While composing your message, press Menu > Insert > Picture.
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While composing your message, press Menu > Insert > Voice Note.
Set the priority, security, and
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While composing your message, press Menu > Message Options.
Cancel a message
While composing your message, press Menu > Cancel Message.
Save a message
While composing your message, press Menu > Save to Drafts.
Delete a message
With the message you want to delete selected, press Delete.
Move a message to another folder
With the message you want to move selected, press Menu > Move.
Scroll to the new folder and press Select.
Sort messages
On any account screen, press Menu > Tools > Options > Display. In
Sort Messages by, select your desired sort method.
Insert a signature
On any account screen, press Menu > Tools > Options > Signatures.
Change message options
On any account screen, press Menu > Tools > Options.
Downloading e-mail messages
Use Messaging to send and receive e-mail messages in one of two ways:
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You can e-mail messages as part of the general synchronisation process. You will need to enable
mail synchronisation in ActiveSync. For more information on enabling mail synchronisation, see the
ActiveSync online help on your PC.
NOTE
To connect directly to an e-mail server, see 4-6 Synchronising with an
Exchange Server.
Managing folders
Each Messaging account has a set of five folders: Deleted Items, Drafts, Inbox, Outbox, and Sent
Items. These folders store messages that you send and receive through the account. You can move
a message to a different folder within the same account.
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On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. Select the account that
you want to view. Press Menu > Folders and select the folder that you
want to view.
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folder
On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging. Select the account
with the message that you want to move. Scroll to the message you
want to move and press Menu > Move. Select the folder into which to
move the message.
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7-5 MMS messaging
MMS (Multimedia Messaging System) allows you to send text messages with multiple slides.
Included on each slide can be a picture, video or audio, or text. MMS messages are sent by GPRS
(General Packet Radio Service) to e-mail accounts or other MMS-enabled mobile devices.
NOTE
You need to subscribe to the GPRS and MMS services with your service
provider before you can send and receive MMS messages. Ask your phone
operator on how to activate the MMS feature. Only mobile phones with MMS
feature can send/receive MMS messages.
Depending on the service that you subscribe to, you may not be able to send
and receive MMS messages to users using a different mobile phone network.
Accessing MMS
Do one of the following:
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Editing MMS settings
On the MMS main screen, press Menu > Tools > Options to open the Preferences screen and edit
MMS settings. Select or clear check boxes according to your needs.
On the MMS main screen, press Menu > MMS Settings > MMSC Settings, and select your
Internet Service Provider from the list. Press Menu > Edit to access Multimedia Messaging Service
Center (MMSC) settings.You should contact your mobile service operator for detail settings.
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Messaging
Composing and sending an MMS message
To compose and send an MMS message
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Messaging > MMS > Menu > New.
2. In the To: field, enter the mobile phone number or e-mail of your recipient. You can enter it using
the keypad or press Menu > Add Recipient to select from your Contacts. If you have more
than one recipient, separate them with semicommas.
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The following assumes that you are on the MMS message screen.
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Copy the message to other
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Use the Up/Down navigation keys to scroll up to display the Cc field.
Enter the recipient‘s phone number or e-mail address or press Action
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Use the Up/Down navigation keys to scroll up to display the Bcc field.
Enter the recipient‘s phone number or e-mail address or press Action
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Hide sender information
Press Menu > Options > Send Options. Select the Hide Sender
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Go to the next slide
Press the Right navigation key.
Go to the previous slide
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Create an MMS message from a
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Press Menu > Template > New from Templates to compose a
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Create an MMS message template
Create a message or open an existing message, and press Menu >
Template > Save as Templates.
Add preset or frequently used text
strings to a message
In a text field, press Menu > Insert > My Text. Select the text string
that you want to add and press Action or Insert.
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In a text field, press Menu > Insert > My Text to open the My Text
screen. Press Menu > Add My Text or Menu > Edit My Text.
Request message delivery
notification
Press Menu > Options > Send Options. Select the Delivery Report
check box.
Messaging
7-6 Windows® Live
Windows® Live is an instant messaging software that is preinstalled in your Smartphone. It allows
you to:
• Send and receive instant messages to your contacts who are online; and
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Access your Hotmail® account to send and receive e-mails.
To use Windows® Live, you must have a Passport account. If you have a Hotmail® or an MSN®
account, you already have a Passport. Once you have obtained either a Microsoft® Passport or
Microsoft® Exchange Server account, you are ready to set up your account.
NOTE You need a Microsoft® Passport account to use Windows Live® application. If
you do not have a passport account, go to www.passport.com to obtain one.
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1. From the Home screen, press Start > More > Windows Live.
2. On the Windows Live - Sign In screen, press Sign in to Windows Live to enter Windows Live
Setup session.
3. Press Accept. Then enter the e-mail address and password for your Hotmail® account.
4. Select Save password if you do not want to enter your password again in the future and press
Next.
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5. Select the check boxes if you want the Windows Live to show on the the Home screen.
6. Select what you want to sync on your device by checking the check boxes.
7. Sync e-mail for Hotmail account.
Using Windows® Live Messenger
To sign in and out of Windows® Live Messenger
1. Set e-mail address and password in Windows® Live.
2. When the setting is finished, from the Home screen, press Start > More > Messenger.
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remain connected. This may result in additional charges from your service
provider.
Common Windows® Live Messenger features
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Add a contact
Press Menu > Add new contact, and follow the instructions on the
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Delete a contact
Select the contact to delete and press Menu > Contact options >
Remove Contact.
Send an instant message
Select the recipient for the instant message from the displayed window
at the bottom of the screen. Enter your message and press Send.
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From a chat session, press Menu > Options > Add participant, then
select a contact.
Switch to another chat session
In the list of ongoing chats displayed at the bottom of screen, select the
name of a contact with whom to chat.
Return to the contacts list
The contact list is on the left of the screen.
End a chat session
From a chat session, press Menu > End Conversation.
See all who are chatting
From a chat session, press Menu > Options > View participants.
Block someone on your Messenger
contacts list from seeing and
contacting you
In the Messenger contacts list, select the contact’s name. Press Menu
> Contact options > Block contact. The contact will no longer be
able to see your status or send you messages.
Unblock a contact
In the Messenger contacts list, select the contact’s name. Press Menu
> Contact options > Unblock contact.
Change your status
In the Messenger contacts list, select your name. Select a status
description and press Menu > Change status.
Send a voice clip
Press Voice clip to record then press Send.
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NOTES for MSN Messenger service: If your Internet service provider (ISP) only allows one connection at a time, you
will meet some problems when using MSN Messenger concurrently with other
applications. Such problems as described below may occur: 1. You cannot use MSN Messenger and your Blackberry on the device at the
same time. If you have already activated your Blackberry connection, and then
activate MSN Messenger, MSN Messenger will always occupy the service
connection. 2. If MMS uses different network setting with MSN Messenger and you use
MSN Messenger first, you cannot send/receive MMS and use MSN Messenger
at the same time. Hence, we recommend that you close MSN Messenger before activating any
applications that require an Internet connection such as Internet Explorer,
MMS, or Blackberry.
To close MSN
1. Log out from your MSN account.
2. Click the power key and choose B to enter Wireless Device Manager.
3. Close Data Connection.
4. To activate an application, launch Data Connection again. Then open your desired connection
service (Internet Explorer, MMS, or Blackberry).
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8-1 Using Contacts
Contacts maintains a list of your friends and colleagues so that you can easily find the information
you look for, whether you are at home or on the road. Using Bluetooth on the device, you can
quickly share Contacts information with other device users. If you use Outlook on your PC, you can
synchronise Contacts between your phone and PC.
Viewing Contacts
To view the Contacts list, do one of the following:
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The contact list displays the names of your contacts alphabetically. Beside each name in the contact
list is an abbreviation for the default communication method, such as the person’s work phone
number (w) or home phone number (h). If the contact information includes a work phone number,
your Smartphone automatically sets it as the default number.
If there are phone numbers stored in your SIM card, the entries will be displayed at the end of the
list, with a SIM card icon following the name.
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Create a new contact
On the Home screen, press Contacts > New > Outlook Contact. Enter information
for the new contact and press Done.
Create a new contact
on the SIM card
On the Home screen, press Contacts > New > SIM Contact.
NOTE: You can only store one phone number for a SIM contact.
Edit a contact’s
information
On the Home screen, press Contacts. Select the contact whose information you want
to edit and press Action. Press Menu > Edit. When finished making changes, press
Done.
Call a contact from
the contact list
On the Home screen, press Contacts. Select the contact to call and press Call. To
call a phone number other than the default, select the contact, use the Up/Down
navigation keys to scroll to the number you want to call, and press Call.
Send a text message
to a contact
On the Home screen, press Contacts. Select the contact to which you want to send a
text message and press Action. Scroll to Send Text Message.
Send an MMS
message to a contact
On the Home screen, press Contacts. Select the contact to which you want to send
an MMS message and press Menu > Send MMS.
Beam a contact’s
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On the Home screen, press Contacts. Select the contact to beam and press Menu >
Send Contact > Beam. Select the device and press Beam.
Find a contact by
name
On the Home screen, press Contacts. If you are not in Name view, press Menu >
View By > Name. Enter the first few letters of the contact’s name or the first few digits
of the phone number until the contact is displayed.
Find a contact by
company
On the Home screen, press Contacts. Press Menu > View By > Company. Select
the company that your contact works at and press Action to see all the contacts who
work there.
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From the Contact list, press Menu > Filter. Select the category that you have
assigned to the contact. To show all contacts again, select All Contacts.
Assign a ring tone to
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On the Home screen, press Contacts. Select the contact to which you want to assign
a custom ring tone and press Action. Press Menu > Edit and scroll to Custom ring
tone. Use the Left/Right navigation keys to select a ring tone and press Done.
NOTE: You can only assign a ring tone to contacts who are in your Outlook Contact
list.
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contact
On the Home screen, press Contacts. Select the contact to which you want to add a
picture and press Action. Press Menu > Edit and scroll to Picture and press Action.
Select an already existing picture and press Select or select Camera and take a
picture to use.
NOTE: You can only add a picture to contacts who are in your Outlook Contact list.
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8-2 Using Calendar
Use Calendar to schedule appointments, including meetings and other events. Your appointments
for the day can be displayed on the Home screen. You can also set Calendar to remind you of
appointments. If you use Outlook on your PC, you can synchronise appointments between your
phone and PC.
To open the Calendar program, do one of the following:
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3. Enter information about the appointment.
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8-3 Using Tasks
Use Tasks to keep track of what you have to do.
The Tasks list
The task list is your “things to do” list. When you create or edit tasks with Outlook on your PC and
then synchronise it with your phone, additional information, such as due date, priority, and category,
may show. A task that has been marked as high priority is preceded by an exclamation mark, and
one marked as low priority by a downward-pointing arrow. Overdue tasks are displayed in bold red.
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list up to date in both locations.
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You can use Voice Notes to create and play back short voice recordings and verbal reminders.
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to stop recording.
Play, rename, or delete a voice note
From the All Notes screen, select the voice note and then press Menu
> Play, Menu > Rename, or Menu > Delete.
Set a voice note as a ring tone
From the All Notes screen, select the voice note to use as your current
ring tone and then press Menu > Set As Ringtone. Press OK to
confirm.
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9-1 Using your camera
Your Smartphone features a 2.0 megapixel built-in dual CMOS camera with flash, making it easy to
take photos and record video clips with audio and sharing them with your family and friends.
Taking a picture
To take a picture
1. Do one of the following:
• On the Home screen, press Start > Multimedia > Camera.
• Press the Camera button on the right side of your phone.
NOTE
If the camera is currently in Video mode, press the left navigation key to switch
to Camera mode.
2. Press Action button or Camera button to take your picture. The picture is automatically saved in
JPEG format to the location specified.
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Change the zoom factor
In Camera mode, press Menu > Zoom and select a zoom factor or
press the Up/Down navigation keys.
Change the brightness
In Camera mode, press Menu > Advanced > Color Adjustment >
Brightness. Press the left or right navigation keys to adjust the level of
brightness. The default brightness level is 3.
Turn on the flash
In Camera mode, press Menu > Flash Mode > On.
Specify the file extension, filename
prefix to use, date and time stamp,
shutter sound, and burst interval
In Camera mode, press Menu > Advanced > Camera. To view the
options from an item’s dropdown list, select the item and press Action.
Take a series of (4 and 9 continuous) pictures
In Camera mode, press Menu > Burst.
Set the timer (5-10 seconds time
lag)
In Camera mode, press Menu > Self Timer.
Take a close up picture (switch to
macro mode)
In Camera mode, press� Menu > Macro Mode > On to switch to macro
mode.
Set a picture size to use when
taking pictures for emailing
In Camera mode, press Menu > Picture Size. Select the desired size.
Change filename prefix for captured
images
In Camera mode, press Menu > Advanced > Camera. In File Name
Prefix, enter the desired prefix.
Save the pictures
In Camera mode, press Menu > Save to. You may save the pictures to
the phone or to the storage card. Make sure that you have inserted a
microSD card before choosing to save to the storage card.
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Recording a video clip
To record a video clip
1. Do one of the following:
• On the Home screen, press Start > Multimedia > Camera.
• Press Camera button on the right side of your phone.
2. Press Menu > Change Mode > Video Mode and press Done > Exit. You can also press the
right navigation key to switch the mode.
3. Press Action
or Camera button to start recording. The record indicator turns from green to
red when the device starts recording.
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Change the zoom factor
In Video mode, press Menu > Zoom. Press the up/down keys to select a zoom
factor.
Set video effects
In Video mode, press Menu > Effect. Select the desired effect.
Turn on the flash
In Video mode, press Menu > Flash Mode > On.
Take a close up video
In Video mode, press Menu > Macro Mode > On to switch to macro mode.
Save video clips
In Video mode, press Menu > Save to. Select if you want to save the video
clips to the phone or to the storage card. Make sure that you have inserted a
microSD card before choosing to save to the storage card.
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9-2 Working with pictures and videos
Using Pictures & Videos
The Pictures & Videos program allows you to work with pictures or video clips on your Smartphone.
After you have taken the pictures and videos, you can organise, edit, beam, as well as send them by
using a messaging program.
To open the Pictures & Videos program, do one of the following:
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Press Start > Multimedia > Pictures & Videos.
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View a picture
Select the picture you want to see and press View.
Play a video clip
Select the video clip, shown as a Windows Media Player icon, you want to
see and press Play.
Delete a picture or video clip
Select the picture or video clip you want to delete and press Menu >
Delete.
View your pictures as a slide
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Press Menu > Play Slide Show.
Set a picture as the Home
screen
Select the picture you want to use as the Home screen and press View >
Menu > Use as Home Screen. Adjust the transparency and press Finish.
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Edit a picture
Select the picture you want to edit and press View. Press Menu > Edit, and
do the following:
• To rotate the picture 90 degrees, press Menu > Rotate.
• To crop the picture, press Menu > Crop. Use the navigation pad to
position the first corner of the cropping area and press Next. Position the
second corner and press Finish. To start over, press Previous
• To automatically readjust the brightness and contrast levels of the
picture, press Menu > Auto Correct.
Press Menu > Save As, to save the edited picture with a different name.
E-mail a picture or video clip
(You must already be set up to
send and receive messages
- see 7-2 Setting up accounts)
Select the picture or video clip you want to send and press Menu > Send.
Select the e-mail account you want to send the picture/video file to and
press Select. A new e-mail message is created with the file attached. Enter
the recipient’s e-mail address, the subject, and your message, and press
Send.
Send a picture or video clip
using MMS
Select the picture or video clip you want to send and press Menu > Send.
Select MMS and press Select . A new MMS message is created with the file
attached. Enter the recipient’s mobile phone number and the subject. Scroll
down to Insert Audio (available only for pictures), press Action
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select an audio clip to attach. Scroll down to Insert Text, enter your message;
and press Send.
Print a picture to a Bluetoothenable printer
Select the picture you want to print and press Menu > Print via Bluetooth.
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Copy and paste the file in the desired folder/location.
Set whether pictures are
rotated clockwise or counterclockwise.
Press Menu > Options > General. Select the second scroll box and use
the Left/Right navigation keys to select Right (clockwise) or Left (counterclockwise).
Set the screensaver to play
when the phone is connected to
a PC for more than two minutes
Press Menu > Options > Slideshow. Select the second scroll box and use
the Left/Right navigation keys to select Portrait Pictures or Landscape
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9-3 Listening to music and watching videos
Use Microsoft® Windows Media™ Player Mobile for Smartphone to play digital audio and video files
that are stored on your phone or on the Web. You can listen to media files through the speaker on
the back of your Smartphone or through a stereo headset.
Windows Media Player Mobile can play the following types of files:
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Windows Media Video (WMV)
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Motion Picture Experts Group-2 Audio Layer-3 (MP3)
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Third generation video standard H.263 baseline (3GP)
Use Microsoft Windows Media Player on your PC to copy digital audio and video to your phone.
Windows Media Player screens
Playback screen
The default screen that displays the playback controls (such as Play, Pause, Next, Previous, and
Volume) and the video window. You can change the appearance of this screen by choosing a
different skin.
Now Playing screen
The screen that displays the Now Playing playlist. This special playlist indicates the currently playing
file and any files that are queued up to play next.
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Library screen
The screen that lets you quickly find your audio files, video files, and playlists. It contains categories
such as My Music, My Videos, My TV, and My Playlists.
Playing media files
To play a media file
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Multimedia > Windows Media.
2. Press Menu > Library.
3. Do one of the following:
• To play a file from a library, select the library you want to use in the Library list and press
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When playback of an audio or video clip is in progress, the menu contains the following options.
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Library
Displays the Library screen so you can choose a file to play.
Play/Pause
Play or pause playback of current file.
Stop
Stops playback. If playback is started again, it will start from the beginning of the
current file.
Shuffle/Repeat
Select Shuffle to play the items in the Now Playing playlist in random order and
Repeat to play the items in the Now Playing playlist repeatedly.
Full Screen
When a video is playing, it is displayed using the entire screen.
Options
Lets you adjust various Media Player options related to playback, video, network,
library, skins, and hardware button assignment
Properties
Displays information about the file that is currently playing.
About
Displays information about Windows Media Player.
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Navigation controls
Keypad controls
Play/Pause
Press to play/pause the
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Volume
Press up/down
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Now Playing
Press to access
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9-4 Using Java (MIDlet Manager)
Your phone supports Java 2 Edition, J2ME. The Java MIDlet Manager allows you to download Java
applications, such as games and utilities, that are specifically designed for mobile phones and then
easily install and manage them.
To install, run, and manage MIDlet programs (MIDlets) on your phone, you have to first download
the MIDlets to your device directly
Installing Java MIDlets directly from the Internet
To install Java MIDlets directly from the Internet
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Tools > Java. The Java screen appears.
2. Press Menu > Install > Internet to open Internet Explorer.
3. Locate the MIDlet/MIDlet suite while connected to the Internet.
4. Select the MIDlet/MIDlet suite to download.
5. Press Yes to start installing the MIDlet/MIDlet suite.
6. Press Done to confirm.
Installing Java MIDlets from a PC
You can install the MIDlets/MIDlet suites on your phone from a PC using the USB sync cable,
or Bluetooth. MIDlets copied to your phone using infrared, Bluetooth, or e-mail attachments are
automatically saved in the My Documents folder.
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To install Java MIDlets from your PC
1. Download the games and utilities that you want to install on your Smartphone from your PC.
2. Open ActiveSync on your PC and click Explore.
3. Go to the My Device\My Documents or the My Device\Storage Card folder on your
Smartphone and paste the files.
4. On the Home screen of your phone, press Start > Tools > Java. The esmertec Java screen
appears.
5. Press Menu > Install > Local. A list of all MIDlets/MIDlet suites available displays.
6. Select the MIDlet/MIDlet suite to install and press Install.
7. Press Yes to install.
8. Press Done to confirm.
Running Java MIDlets
To run Java MIDlets
1. On the Home screen, press Start > Tools
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2. Select a MIDlet, and then press Action
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Chapter10 Voice Commander
10-1Using the Voice Commander
The Voice Commander enables you to use voice commands to make phone calls and to launch
applications in your Smartphone. It enables you to customise commands and personalise the digit
model by adaptation.
To launch the Voice Commander, do one of the following:
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Press Start > Tools > Voice Commander.
• Long press the volume up button.
NOTE For efffective voice command recognition, create a voice tag for contact
entries, or for applications in your Smartphone. Refer to 10-2 Using the Vocab
Settings for instructions on creating voice tags.
Functions
The Voice Commander has several functions such as voice name dialling, voice show contact,
voice digit dial/redial/callback, and other functions.
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Voice Name Dialling
Use this function to call a contact person’s home, work, or mobile number.
Usage: Call <Contact> at <Home/Work/Mobile>
Example 1: Call a person at his home.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Call John Doe at home”
System: “Call John Doe at home, is this correct?”
User: “Yes”
System: “Dialling”, dial to John Doe’s home phone.
Example 2: Call a person with only one contact number in the system, such as his office
phone number.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Call John Doe”
System: “Call John Doe at work, is this correct?” <System had detected that John Doe only has an office phone number>
User: “Yes”
System: “Dialling”, dial to John Doe’s office number
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Example 3: Call a person with multiple contact numbers.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Call John Doe”
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System will display all John Doe’s contact numbers.
System: “Call John Doe, home, work, mobile, or cancel?”
User: “Home”
System: “Dialling”, dial to John Doe’s home number.
Example 4: Call a person whose name sounds exactly the same as another contact person.
For example: Bryan Lee and Brian Li
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Call Bryan Lee”
System: “More than one Bryan Lee, please select”
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System will show all contact persons whose names sound the same as that
of the person you want to call. You can double-click on the contact person
you want to call. If this contact person has more than one phone number, the
system will display all of them and ask which phone number you want to call.
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System: “Home, work, mobile, or cancel?”
User: Select Mobile number from the list.
System: “Dialling”, dial Bryan Lee’s mobile number
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If the contact person only has one contact number, the system will
automatically dial that number.
When the system shows all the contact person’s phone numbers, you can
select and double-click the selected contact number. The system will dial this
number automatically.
Voice Show Contact
Use this function to ask for a contact person’s information.
Usage: Show <Contact> [at Home/at Work/at Mobile]
Example 1: Show a person’s contact information.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Show John Doe”
System: “John Doe”!
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System will show John Doe’s contact information.
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Example 2: Asking for a specific information.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Show John Doe at work”
System: “John Doe, work, 0229109088”
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System will show John Doe’s contact information.
Example 3: The person has no contact number.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Show John Doe at home”
System: “John Doe has no home number”
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System will also show John Doe’s personal information.
Example 4: The person’s name sounds the same with that of another contact person or
persons. For example: Bryan Lee and Brian Li
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Show Bryan Lee at work”
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System: “More than one Bryan Lee, please select”
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The system will show all the contact persons whose names sounds the same
as that of the person you are inquiring about. Double-click on the contact
person you want.
If the contact person does not have the contact number you want such as his
home number, the system will prompt: “<Contact> has no home number”; but
the system will still show that person’s other contact information.
Voice Digit Dial/Redial/Callback
Use this function to directly voice a phone number to dial.
Usage: Digit Dial
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Digit Dial”
System: “What number?”
User: “0229109088”
System: “0229109088. Confirm, Cancel, Redial?”
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If you say “Confirm”, the system will dial the number automatically. If you
say “Cancel”, the system will return to the Voice Commander’s main screen
and will prompt you for a command again. If you say “Redial”, the system will
prompt for another number.
To improve the accuracy of the digit dialer, train a personal digit adaptation
model. Refer to 10-3 Using the Digit Trainer for more details.
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Usage: Redial
Use this command to dial the last outgoing call in the call history.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Redial”
System: “Call John Doe at home, is this correct?”
User: “Yes”
System: “Dialling”
Usage: Callback
Use this command to dial the last incoming number in the call history.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
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System: “Say your command”
User: “Callback”
System: “Call Bryan Lee at home, is this correct?”
User: “Yes
System: “Dialling”
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Voice Start Application
Use this function to quickly launch applications in your Smartphone.
Usage:Start <Application>
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command.
2. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Start Calendar”
System: “Calendar”
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The system will launch the Calendar application.
Today’s/Tomorrow’s/This week’s appointments
Use this function to display your appointments in your Calendar.
Usage:Today’s/Tomorrow/This week’s appointments
Example: There are three appointments for today.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Today’s appointments”
System: “There are 3 appointments” (The system will play every appointment’s contents)
NOTE
Long press the volume up button to stop the current playback and go back to
the Voice Commander’s main screen.
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Email/SMS/What time is it
Use this function to display your unread emails and SMS, and tell you the time.
Usage: Read Email / SMS
Use this command to read your e-mails and SMS.
Example: There are three unread e-mails.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Read E-mail”
System: “You have 3 e-mail” (The system will play every e-mail’s contents)
NOTE
Long press the volume up button to stop the current playback and go back to
the Voice Commander’s main screen.
Usage: What time is it
Use this command to ask about the current time
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
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System: “Say your command”
User: “What time is it?” (The system will tell you the time).
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Meeting mode
Use this function to turn off your phone’s ringer.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Meeting mode”
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The system will mute your phone’s ringer.
Call History
Use this function to display your call history.
Usage: Call History
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Call History”
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The system will display your call history.
Voice Play Music
Use this function to play songs in your music list.
NOTE
The system supports .mp3 and .wma file formats.
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Usage: Play <song’s file name>
Example 1: You want to assign a song playback.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Play The Moment”
System: “The Moment”
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The screen switches to play mode and plays the song.
Example 2: You want to assign all songs for playback.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Play music”
System: “Play music”
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The screen switches to play mode and plays all songs.
Example 3: You want to skip a song during playback.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
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User: You can say “Previous” to play the previous song or say “Next” to play the next song
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Example 4: You want to pause or resume playing the song.
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: You can say “Pause” to pause playing songs or say “Resume” to resume playing songs.
What can I say
Use this function if you have trouble using the Voice Commander. You can use this function to look
for available voice commands
Usage: What can I say
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “What can I say”
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The system will display all the available voice commands.
You may also look for available voice commands from Menu > Help in the
Voice Commander’s main screen.
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Goodbye
Use this function to quit the Voice Commander.
Usage: Goodbye
1. Launch the Voice Commander and give the command. The following exchange will take place:
System: “Say your command”
User: “Goodbye”
System: “Goodbye”
10-2Using the Vocab Settings
The Vocab Settings enables you to create voice tags for entries in your Contacts list, or for
applications in your Smartphone. Creating voice tags makes it easier for your device to recognize
voice commands.
To use the Vocab Settings
1. Press Voice Command > Menu > Vocab Settings.
2. Press Menu, then select which menu item you want to create a voice tag for. A list of available
data for your chosen item is displayed. For example, if you press Menu > Contacts, your list of
contact entries is displayed.
3. From the list, select the data you want to create a voice tag for.
4. Press Menu > Voice Tag, then start to record your voice. For example, when you are creating a
voice tag for a contact entry, speak the name of the contact clearly.
5. Press OK when you are satisfied with your recording. Otherwise, press Cancel.
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Voice Sensitivity
Your Smartphone allows you to set the level of voice sensitivity. When you speak a command to
your device, your Smartphone compares your spoken command to the voice tags based on these
levels of sensitivity: Normal, Accurate, and Sensitive.
• When set to Normal, your Smartphone will record voice tags without any of the background noise.
• When set to Accurate, your Smartphone will record voice tags exactly as you recorded them.
• When set to Sensitive, your Smartphone will record all sounds including background noise.
To set the level of voice sensitivity
1. Press Voice Command > Menu > Vocab Settings.
2. Press Menu, then select which menu item you want to create a voice tag for. A list of available
data for your chosen item is displayed.
3. Press Menu > Advanced Settings. Choose the sensitivity level.
4. Press OK when finished.
10-3Using the Digit Trainer
The Digit Trainer enables you to record a digit adaptation model for easy speech recognition.
To use the Digit Trainer
1. Press Voice Command > Menu > Digit Trainer.
2. Press Record, then say the digits displayed on the screen.
3. After the recording, the message “Is this utterance correct?”, appear. Press Yes to confirm.
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Chapter11 Other Features
11-1 WorldCard Mobile
The WorldCard Mobile is a character recognition tool that scans and identifies the printed text on a
business card then automatically categorizes the information and sends it to your Contact list. Using
a picture file of a business card, WorldCard Mobile analyzes the appearance of the details in the
business card and converts them to editable text in your Contact list.
Using the WorldCard Mobile
To capture a business card picture file
1. Press Start > Organizer > WorldCard Mobile. The WorldCard Mobile screen displays.
2. Press Capture to take a photo of the business card you want to process.
3. Press
to save.
4. From the BCRView screen, press Recognize.
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11-2Task Manager
The Task Manager displays the available applications in your Smartphone, and enables you to
view, close, activate, or close all applications, as well as give the resource information about an
application.
To launch the Task Manager
1. From the Home screen, press Start > Tools > Task Manager.
2. Select the application, and press Menu. From the Menu selection, choose what you want to do
with the application.
11-3ClearVue Office Applications
Your Smartphone comes with preinstalled ClearVue Office applications that enables you to view
documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and pdf files.
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The Word Viewer opens a word file.
The PDF Viewer opens a pdf file.
The PPT Viewer opens a Powerpoint presentation file.
The Excel Viewer opens an Excel spreadsheet file.
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Word Viewer
This viewer shows documents created in Microsoft Word 97, 2000, 2002 (XP), and 2003. It can also
display documents saved in Rich Text Format (.rtf).
To start this application, press Start > Office > Word Viewer.
PDF Viewer
This viewer displays Portable Document Format (.pdf) files.
To start this application, press Start > Office > PDF Viewer.
PPT Viewer
This viewer shows presentations created in Microsoft PowerPoint 97, 2000, 2002 (XP), and 2003.
To start this application, press Start > Office > PPT Viewer.
Excel Viewer
This viewer displays spreadsheets created in Microsoft Excel 97, 2000, 2002 (XP), and 2003..
To start this application, press Start > Office > Excel Viewer.
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Other Features
11-4Spb® Zip
The Spb® Zip is a compression utility which enables you to zip your files to reduce your files to
conserve storage space in your Smartphone.
To launch the Spb Zip
1. From the Home screen, press Start > Tools > Spb Zip. All your file folders will be displayed.
2. Select the files/folders to compress.
3. Press Add to ZIP. The compression process starts.
11-5Default Settings
This option allows you to restore the default factory settings.
To restore default settings:
1. Press Start > Tools > Default Settings.
2. Enter ‘1234’ in the Password field to confirm that you want to restore to default settings.
3. Press Ok.
WARNING This option will delete all files stored in this device.
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11-6Mode Switcher
Mode switcher allows you to easily switch between applications and tasks. To use the mode
switcher, press the mode switcher button on your device keypad. Press again to shift between
applications.
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You can configure the mode switcher and define the switcher type or select items to appear in the
mode switcher pop-up menu.
To define the switcher type
1. Press Start > More > Settings > More > Mode Switcher.
2. Press the left and right navigation keys to select the Switcher type.
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To select items to appear in the switcher pop-up menu
1. Press Start > Settings > More > Mode Switcher.
2. Press Menu > Item Settings.
3. Use the right soft key to scroll through the items and check the boxes to select up to four
applications to display on the Mode Switcher Bar.
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11-7Remote Presenter
From your Smartphone, Remote Presenter allows you to remotely control PowerPoint™
presentations running on your desktop or notebook. Operating over a Bluetooth wireless connection,
it promotes convenience and freedom of movement during your presentation. It also enables you to
review slide notes without affecting the audience’s view of the slide show.
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Before you start, make sure to install the Remote Presenter utility on your computer. You can find the installation files in the bundled support CD.
Remote Presenter works with Bluetooth-enabled computers only.
To use the Remote Presenter
1. Press Start > Tools > Remote Presenter.
2. Do the following before searching for
Bluetooth devices:
• Activate Bluetooth in your computer.
• Launch the Remote Presenter program in
your computer.
When done, press Next.
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The following describes the Remote Presenter menu on your computer screen.
PowerPoint.ppt file path
Press to change path
Press to start or stop
Bluetooth COM port
3. From the list of Bluetooth devices found,
select the name of computer containing
your PowerPoint presentation then press
Next.
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Press to exit
Other Features
4. When requested, input the authentication
passkey on your computer and your
Smartphone.
NOTE The Bluetooth
authentication passkey
is only required if a
paired relationship is not
yet established with the
other device.
5. From the Remote Controller menu on
your computer, click Start to establish a
connection. Press OK to exit reminder.
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6. When the connection is established, press
OK.
7. Tap the name of PowerPoint (.ppt) file to
show then press Next.
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Other Features
Upon selection, Microsoft® PowerPoint is automatically launched on your computer with the selected
file open.
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8. You can now remotely control the PowerPoint presentation on your computer using your device.
The following describes the control menu on your device.
Indicates Bluetooth® signal
Timer
Press the left/right
key to scroll
through the list of
slides
Press to display
menu options
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Other Features
Creating a new COM port manually
If the operating system of your computer is Windows® XP/Vista, the Remote Presenter might
not work even if your device successfully searches and finds your computer. To solve this issue,
manually set a new COM port in your computer.
To create a new COM port
1. From the Control Panel, launch Bluetooth Devices. The
Bluetooth Devices screen appears.
2. Click the Options tab. Under Discovery, select Allow Bluetooth
devices to find this computer.
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3. Click the COM Ports tab, then click Add. The Add COM Port
screen appears.
4. Select Incoming (devices initiates the
connection), and click OK when done. The
newly created COM port is displayed on the list of
available COM ports.
NOTE
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For more information on COM ports, refer to the following websites:
http://support.microsoft/com/kb/885365/
http://support.microsoft/com/kb/883258/
Other Features
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Appendix Notices
Federal Communications Commission Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This device and its antenna must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with manufacturer’s instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
Canadian Department of Communications Statement
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus set out in the
Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications.
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
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UL Safety Notices
Required for UL 1459 covering telecommunications (telephone) equipment intended to be electrically connected to a
telecommunication network that has an operating voltage to ground that does not exceed 200V peak, 300V peak-topeak, and 105V rms, and installed or used in accordance with the National Electrical Code (NFPA 70).
When using the Smartphone, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock,
and injury to persons, including the following:
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Do not use the Smartphone near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub, in a
wet basement or near a swimming pool.
Do not use the Smartphone during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
•
Do not use the Smartphone in the vicinity of a gas leak.
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Required for UL 1642 covering primary (non-rechargeable) and secondary (rechargeable) lithium batteries for use as power
sources in products. These batteries contain metallic lithium, or a lithium alloy, or a lithium ion, and may consist of a single
electrochemical cell or two or more cells connected in series, parallel, or both, that convert chemical energy into electrical
energy by an irreversible or reversible chemical reaction.
•
Do not dispose the Smartphone battery pack in a fire, as they may explode. Check with local codes for possible
special disposal instructions to reduce the risk of injury to persons due to fire or explosion.
•
Do not use power adapters or batteries from other devices to reduce the risk of injury to persons due to fire or
explosion. Use only UL certified power adapters or batteries supplied by the manufacturer or authorised retailers.
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Checklist of Regulatory Statement
15.21
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your
authorisation to use the device.
CAUTION: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Prohibition of co-location
This device must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter
15.105 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Requirements, Part 15
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of
the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
—Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
—Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
—Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
—Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Regulatory information / Disclaimers
Installation and use of this Wireless LAN device must be in strict accordance with the instructions included in the
user documentation provided with the product. Any changes or modifications (including the antennas) made to this
device that are not expressly approved by the manufacturer may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorised modification
of this device, or the substitution of the connecting cables and equipment other than manufacturer specified. It is
the responsibility of the user to correct any interference caused by such unauthorised modification, substitution or
attachment. Manufacturer and its authorised resellers or distributors will assume no liability for any damage or violation
of government regulations arising from failing to comply with these guidelines.
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CAUTION: To maintain compliance with FCC’s RF exposure guidelines, this equipment should be installed and
operated with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and your body. Use on the supplied antenna. Unauthorised
antenna, modification, or attachments could damage the transmitter and may violate FCC regulations.
Safety Information
In order to maintain compliance with FCC’s RF exposure guidelines, this equipment should be installed and operated
with minimum distance 20cm between the radiator and your body. Use only with supplied antenna. Unauthorised
antenna, modification, or attachments could damage the transmitter and may violate FCC regulations.
Caution Statement of the FCC Radio Frequency Exposure
This Wireless LAN radio device has been evaluated under FCC Bulletin OET 65C and found compliant to the
requirements as set forth in CFR 47 Sections 2.1091, 2.1093, and 15.247(b)(4) addressing RF Exposure from radio
frequency devices. The radiation output power of this Wireless LAN device is far below the FCC radio frequency
exposure limits. Nevertheless, this device shall be used in such a manner that the potential for human contact during
normal operation—as a mobile or portable device but use in a body-worn way is strictly prohibit. When using this
device, a certain separation distance between antenna and nearby persons has to be kept to ensure RF exposure
compliance. In order to comply with the RF exposure limits established in the ANSI C95.1 standards, the distance
between the antennas and the user should not be less than 20cm.
Replaceable batteries
If an equipment is provided with a replaceable battery and if replacement by an incorrect type could result in an
explosion (e.g. with some lithium batteries), the following applies:
– if the battery is placed in an OPERATOR ACCESS AREA, there shall be a marking close to the battery or a
statement in both the operating and the servicing instructions;
– if the battery is placed elsewhere in the equipment, there shall be a marking close to the battery or a statement in the
servicing instructions.
The marking or statement shall include the following or similar text:
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS
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Index
Index
A
ActiveSync
Copying files 49
Installing 27
Adding programs 48
Answering voice calls 22
B
Battery
Charging 10
Beam
Bluetooth 62
Picture 90
Video clip 90
Bluetooth
Beaming 62
Creating a partnership 60
Headset 61
Partnership 62
Printer 63
Receiving information 62
Renaming device 62
Security 63
Setting Bluetooth mode 59
Synchronising 31, 62
Turning on/off 43, 59
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D
Calendar
Scheduling an appointment 82
Call barring 47
Calls
Answering 22, 25
Emergency 21
From Call History 19
From Contacts 19
From the Home screen 18
International 21
Rejecting 22, 25
Using speed dial 20
Camera
Recording a video clip 88
Save to a different location 91
Taking a picture 86
Turning on the flash 87
Charging
Battery 10
Connecting
Internet 52
Phone to PC 28
Connections
Dial-up 52
GPRS 53
Proxy 53
USB 55
VPN 53
Contacts
Viewing 79
Date
Setting 37
Delete
Pictures 89
Video clips 89
Dial-up connection 52
E
E-mail accounts
Setting up 67
E-mail messages
Composing 68
Downloading 70
Sending 68
Synchronising 71
Emergency calls 21
Exchange Server
Synchronising 31
F
File Explorer
Beaming files 51
Creating folders 50
Deleting files 51
Deleting folders 51
Moving files 51
Moving folders 51
Renaming files 50
Renaming folders 50
Sending a file by e-mail 51
Starting 50
Using 50
Files
Copying 49
Fixed dialing 46
Internet Sharing 55
USB connection 55
H
K
Home screen 14
Personalising 37
Setting 89
Status indicator icons 15
Hotmail 75
L
I
Indicators
Status 15
Input modes
Changing 65
Multipress mode 65
Numeric mode 66
Installing
ActiveSync 27
Java MIDlets
From a PC 96
From the Internet 96
MicroSD card 9
Storage card 9
International calls 21
Internet
Connecting 52
Internet Explorer Mobile 56
Changing options 57
J
Java MIDlets
Installing 96
Running 97
Keypad
Locking 44
Unlocking 44
Locking
Phone 46
SIM card 45
M
Messaging
Changing options 68
Deleting accounts 68
E-mail 68
Inserting a signature 70
Managing accounts 68
Managing folders 71
MMS 72
Switching accounts 68
Text 68
MicroSD card
Installing 9
Removing 9
MIDlets
Running 97
MMS messaging
Accessing 72
Editing settings 72
Hiding recipient 74
Hiding sender 74
My Text 74
Preset text 74
Requesting delivery notice 74
Sending
Pictures 90
Video clips 90
Using templates 74
Multimedia player controls
Locking 44
Unlocking 44
Multipress mode 65
N
Numeric mode 66
P
Partnership
Creating 28
Personalising
Home screen 37
Phone
Locking 46
Resetting 47
Turning off 11
Turning on 11
Phone settings
Call barring 47
Fixed dialling 46
Pictures
Auto Correct 90
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Beaming 90
Croping 90
Deleting 89
E-mailing 90
Rotating 91
Saving 91
Sending by MMS 90
Viewing 89
Pictures and Videos
Editing a picture 90
Viewing a picture 89
PIN
Changing 45
PIN2
Changing 45
Printer
Configuring 63
Profiles 17
Changing settings 38
Programs
Adding 48
Calendar 82
Contacts 79
File Explorer 50
Creating folders 50
Internet Explorer Mobile 56
Internet Sharing 55
Java 96
Pictures & Videos 89
Removing 49
Tasks 84
Voice Notes 85
Windows Media Player 92
Controls 95
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Q
Quick List 17
QWERTY keypad 64
R
Rejecting calls 22, 25
Remote synchronisation 34
Removing programs 48
Resetting
Phone 47
S
Scheduling
Synchronisation 33
Screen
Settings 35
Security
Bluetooth 63
Settings
Date 37
Headset Volume Limiter 42
Phone
Call barring 47
Fixed dialling 46
Profile 38
Start Menu 41
Time 37
Video Phone 41
Settings screens 35
Setting up
E-mail accounts 67
SIM card
Locking 45
Unlocking 45
Speed dial 20
Start menu 16
Status indicator icons 15
Storage card
Installing 9
Removing 9
Symbols
Entering 66
Synchronising
Creating a schedule 32
E-mail messages 71
Remotely 34
Using Bluetooth 30
Using USB sync cable 30
With an Exchange Server 31
With a PC 29
T
Tasks 84
Text messages
Composing 68
Sending 68
Time
Setting 37
U
UL Safety Notices 127
Unlocking
keypad 44
Multimedia player controls 44
SIM card 45
URL exception 54
USB connection 55
V
Video clips
Beaming 90
E-mailing 90
Playing 89
Sending by MMS 90
Voice Notes 85
W
Windows Live 75
Hotmail 75
Windows Live Messenger 76
Windows Media Player 92
Controls 95
Wireless Manager 4, 17
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