Sony Ericsson V800 Telephone User Manual

Sony Ericsson V800 Telephone User Manual
Table of Contents
Introduction ....................................................... 3
Congratulations ................................................. 3
Legal information .............................................. 3
Instruction symbols ........................................... 6
What’s in the box .............................................. 6
Basics ................................................................. 7
Getting to know your phone ............................... 8
Menu overview ............................................... 10
Getting started ................................................ 11
Keys and navigation ........................................ 14
Calling ............................................................ 17
Video call ....................................................... 20
Entering text ................................................... 21
My Items ........................................................ 24
Phonebook ..................................................... 26
Call list ........................................................... 31
Speed dialling ................................................. 31
Voicemail ....................................................... 32
Sony Ericsson V800 Swisscom
Voice control ................................................... 32
Diverting calls ................................................. 35
More than one call .......................................... 35
More call features ........................................... 37
Messaging ........................................................ 42
Text messages (SMS) ...................................... 42
Picture messages (MMS) ................................. 46
Postcard ......................................................... 49
Email .............................................................. 50
Area and cell information ................................. 51
Messages glossary .......................................... 52
Pictures and sounds ........................................ 54
Introduction to camera and video recorder ........ 54
Taking pictures and recording videos ............... 55
Pictures .......................................................... 60
Composing melodies ....................................... 63
Sound recorder ............................................... 63
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Vodafone live! and Internet ............................. 65
Vodafone live! ................................................. 65
Internet .......................................................... 65
Downloading ................................................... 69
live! Album ..................................................... 69
Media player ................................................... 70
Connectivity ..................................................... 73
Synchronizing ................................................. 73
Bluetooth™ wireless technology ...................... 75
Infrared port ................................................... 78
Transferring files using the USB cable .............. 79
Settings ............................................................ 79
Setup wizard ................................................... 79
Time and date ................................................ 80
Start-up screen and power save ...................... 80
Themes .......................................................... 80
Ringtones and melodies .................................. 81
Profiles ........................................................... 82
SIM card lock .................................................. 82
Phone lock ..................................................... 83
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More features ................................................... 84
Calendar ........................................................ 84
Tasks ............................................................. 86
More useful features ....................................... 87
Online services ............................................... 90
Troubleshooting ............................................... 91
Master reset ................................................... 91
Solutions ........................................................ 91
Icons shown in standby ................................... 93
Health & Safety ................................................ 96
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use ................ 96
Limited Warranty ............................................. 99
Declaration of Conformity .............................. 102
Index ............................................................... 103
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Introduction
Introduction
In this part of the user guide you find a table of contents which
offers a general outline of the guide. To find more specific
information about your phone´s functionality, please refer
to the index at the back of the user guide.
You will also find information about what is included in the
box when you unpack your phone.
Congratulations
Congratulations and thank you for choosing the Sony Ericsson
V800 (customized for Vodafone live!).
We hope that you will be pleased with this new UMTS phone.
It will bring you the best of mobile telephony, including faster
UMTS access to Vodafone live!, video calling, video messaging,
video and music clip download (saved to your phone or
streamed to your phone to view now).
Legal information
Sony Ericsson
UMTS-GSM 900/1800/1900
Third edition (November 2004)
This user guide is published by Sony Ericsson Mobile
Communications AB, without any warranty. Improvements
and changes to this user guide necessitated by typographical
errors, inaccuracies of current information, or improvements
to programs and/or equipment, may be made by Sony Ericsson
Mobile Communications AB at any time and without notice.
Such changes will, however, be incorporated into new editions
of this user guide.
All rights reserved.
©Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, 2004
Publication number: EN/LZT 108 7164 R4A
Please note:
Some of the services in this user guide are not supported
by all networks. This also applies to the GSM International
Emergency Number 112.
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Please contact your network operator or service provider if you
are in doubt whether you can use a particular service or not.
Memory Stick™ and Memory Stick Duo™ are trademarks
or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.
Please read the Guidelines for safe and efficient use and the
Limited warranty chapters before you use your mobile phone.
Motion Eye™ is a trademark or a registered trademark
of Sony Corporation.
Your mobile phone has the capability to download, store and
forward additional content, e.g. ringtones. The use of such
content may be restricted or prohibited by rights of third parties,
including but not limited to restriction under applicable
copyright laws. You, and not Sony Ericsson, are entirely
responsible for additional content that you download to or
forward from your mobile phone. Prior to your use of any
additional content, please verify that your intended use is
properly licensed or is otherwise authorized. Sony Ericsson
does not guarantee the accuracy, integrity or quality of any
additional content or any other third party content. Under no
circumstances will Sony Ericsson be liable in any way for your
improper use of additional content or other third party content.
MusicDJ™ is a trademark or a registered trademark
of Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB.
The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth
SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sony Ericsson is under
license.
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Windows is either a registered trademark or a trademark
of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S.
Mac OS is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered
in the U.S. and other countries.
T9™ Text Input is a trademark or a registered trademark
of Tegic Communications.
T9™ Text Input is licensed under one or more of the following:
U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480, 5,945,928,
and 6,011,554; Canadian Pat. No. 1,331,057, United Kingdom
Pat. No. 2238414B; Hong Kong Standard Pat. No. HK0940329;
Republic of Singapore Pat. No. 51383; Euro.Pat. No. 0 842
463(96927260.8) DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL, PT, ES, SE, GB;
and additional patents are pending worldwide.
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Java™ and all Java based trademarks and logos are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems,
Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.
End-user license agreement for Sun™ Java™ J2ME™.
1. Restrictions: Software is confidential copyrighted information
of Sun and title to all copies is retained by Sun and/or its
licensors. Customer shall not modify, decompile, disassemble,
decrypt, extract, or otherwise reverse engineer Software.
Software may not be leased, assigned, or sublicensed,
in whole or in part.
2. Export Regulations: Software, including technical data, is
subject to U.S. export control laws, including the U.S. Export
Administration Act and its associated regulations, and may
be subject to export or import regulations in other countries.
Customer agrees to comply strictly with all such regulations
and acknowledges that it has the responsibility to obtain
licenses to export, re-export, or import Software. Software
may not be downloaded, or otherwise exported or re-exported
(i) into, or to a national or resident of, Cuba, Iraq, Iran,
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has embargoed goods; or (ii) to anyone on the U.S.
Treasury Department's list of Specially Designated Nations
or the U.S. Commerce Department's Table of Denial Orders.
3. Restricted Rights: Use, duplication or disclosure by the
United States government is subject to the restrictions
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Software Clauses in DFARS 252.227-7013(c) (1) (ii)
and FAR 52.227-19(c) (2) as applicable.
Part of the software in this product is copyright © SyncML
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Other product and company names mentioned herein may
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Any rights not expressly granted herein are reserved.
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Instruction symbols
The following instruction symbols appear in this user guide:
%11 Getting started for information on how to assemble and
start using your phone.
} Use the selection keys or the navigation key to scroll
and select.
% See also page ...
Please also see %14 Keys and navigation for more useful
information.
What’s in the box
In the box you will find:
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a phone.
a battery cover.
a battery.
a Memory Stick Duo™.
a Memory Stick Duo™ adaptor.
a charger.
a USB cable.
a portable stereo handsfree headset.
a cleaning pad.
a CD including PC software.
a Vodafone live! Quick start guide.
a user guide (you are reading it now).
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Basics
Basics
This chapter gives you the basics for getting started with your
phone. You’ll learn how to assemble and turn on your phone,
and then you can use the setup wizard to quickly set up your
phone.
You’ll learn how to use call functions such as making voice
or video call, how to use the phonebook and how to enter text.
There’s also a quick overview of the parts of your phone, the
main functions of the keys, and what’s available in the menus.
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Getting to know your phone
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Light.
Camera lens.
Volume buttons.
External display.
Network and battery indicator light.
Loudspeaker.
Infrared port.
Handsfree connector.
Camera button. Press and hold to activate
the camera.
Light button.
USB port.
Charger connector.
For more information on keys and navigation,
%14 Keys and navigation.
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Overview, phone open
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Speaker.
Screen.
Selection keys.
Back key.
Video call key.
Voicemail key.
Star key.
Power on/off.
Navigation key.
Clear key.
Media player key.
Menu key.
Silent key.
Microphone.
For more information on keys and navigation,
%14 Keys and navigation.
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Menu overview
1 Games
2 Vodafone live!
(select to connect
to Vodafone live!)
3 Media Player
4 Camera
5 Messaging
Create messagez
Inbox
Drafts
Outbox
Sent messages
Saved messages
Templates
Email
Call voicemail
live! Album
Settings
6 My Items
Pictures
Videos
Sounds
Themes
Web pages
Games
Applications
Other
7 Organizer
Online services
Applications
Calendar
Tasks
Notes
Alarms
Timer
Stopwatch
Record sound
MusicDJ™
Calculator
Code memo
8 Phonebook
Options
New contact
9 Favourites*
10 Connectivity
Online services
Bluetooth
Infrared port
Synchronization
Mobile networks
Data comm.
Internet settings
Streaming settings
Settings for Java™
Accessories
11 Calls
12 Settings
General
Profiles
Time & date
Power save
Language
Voice control
Shortcuts
Locks
Setup wizard
Phone status
Format Memory Stick
Master reset
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Sounds & alerts
Volume
Ringtone
Silent mode
Increasing ring
Vibrating alert
Message alert
Key sound
Display
Main wallpaper
External wallpaper
Themes
Start-up screen
Sleep mode clock
Screen saver
Light
Note: Some of the
menus are network
operator specific.
Available menu items
may vary, please review
the menus in your
phone to get a
complete overview.
Calls
Divert calls
Manage calls
Time & cost
Show or hide no.
Open to answer
Handsfree
* Use this menu to connect directly to the online pages of the Vodafone live! service you want, without having to navigate through the portal.
This menu is offline, so no online connection is created until you click on one of the links.
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Getting started
Assembling the phone
Before you can use your phone you need to:
• Insert the SIM card.
• Attach and charge the battery.
• Insert the Memory Stick Duo.
SIM card
When you register as a subscriber with Swisscom Mobile,
you get a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card. The SIM card
contains a computer chip that keeps track of your phone
number, the services included in your subscription, and your
phonebook information, among other things.
Note: If you have been using a SIM card in another phone,
make sure that your information is saved to the SIM card before
you remove it from the other phone. For example, contacts may
have been saved in the phone memory, %26 Phonebook.
SIM card and battery information
Always turn off the phone and detach the charger before you
insert or remove a SIM card.
Note: It may take up to 30 minutes before the battery icon
appears when charging.
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To insert the SIM card and the Memory Stick Duo
and charge the battery
1. Remove the battery cover as shown in the picture.
2. Slide the SIM card into its slot under the silvery holder,
making sure that the gold contacts of the SIM card are
facing down, and the cut-off edge is aligned correctly.
Insert the Memory Stick Duo in the slot.
3. Place the battery on the back of the phone with the label
side up and the connectors facing each other.
4. Place the battery cover as shown in the picture and slide
it into place.
5. Connect the charger to the phone at the flash symbol.
The flash symbol on the charger plug must face upwards.
6. It may take up to 30 minutes before the battery icon appears
on the screen.
7. Wait approximately 4 hours or until the battery icon indicates
that the battery is fully charged. If you do not see the battery
icon after this time, press any key on the keypad to activate
the screen.
8. Remove the charger by tilting the plug upwards.
Note: To remove the SIM card, you have to remove
the battery first.
Memory Stick Duo™
Sony Memory Stick Duo gives you extra storage capacity
for content such as pictures, music and video clips.
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With the Memory Stick Duo you can share your saved
information by moving or copying it to other Memory Stick Duo
compatible devices.
You can also use it as a portable memory for office documents,
and move documents between the phone and a PC using the
Memory Stick, Bluetooth™ wireless technology, the infrared
port or the USB cable, %79 Transferring files using the USB
cable.
To insert and remove the Memory Stick Duo™
1. Insert the Memory Stick Duo in the slot as shown in
%12 To insert the SIM card and the Memory Stick Duo
and charge the battery.
2. Remove the battery cover and slide out the Memory Stick Duo
to remove it.
Memory Stick Duo adaptor
Your phone comes with the shorter memory stick variant,
Memory Stick Duo. Use the Memory Stick Duo adaptor when
using your Memory Stick Duo in a device equipped with a
regular-sized Memory Stick. Insert your Memory Stick Duo
according to the picture on the adaptor.
PIN (Personal Identity Number)
You may need a PIN (Personal Identity Number) to activate
the services in your phone. Your PIN is provided by Swisscom.
When you enter your PIN, the digits appear as ****, unless your
PIN starts with the same digits as an emergency number, for
example 112. This is so that you can see and call an emergency
number without entering a PIN, %19 Emergency calls.
If you make a mistake while entering your PIN, delete the
number by pressing
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Note: If you enter the wrong PIN three times in a row, the
SIM card is blocked and the message PIN blocked appears.
To unblock it, you need to enter your PUK (Personal Unblocking
Key), %82 SIM card lock.
Available services
Some services and functions described in this user guide
are network- or subscription-dependent. Because of this,
all menus may not be available in your phone. Please consult
www.swisscom-mobile.ch for more information about your
subscription.
For more information about Sony Memory Stick, visit
www.memorystick.com.
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Turning on the phone and making calls
Make sure that the phone is charged before you turn it on.
When you have turned the phone on, you can use a setup
wizard to quickly and easily prepare your phone for use.
To turn on the phone
1. Open the phone, press and hold
.
2. Enter your SIM card PIN, if you have one.
3. At first start-up, select the language you want for your
phone menus.
} Yes if you want the setup wizard to help you get started,
and follow the instructions that appear to complete the setup.
Setup wizard
You can use the setup wizard to help you get started with the
basic settings in your phone. The wizard also gives you tips
on how to use the keypad.
You can start the wizard from the menu system at any time.
} Settings } the General tab } Setup wizard.
• When the phone rings, open the phone and press Yes, or
simply open the phone if Open to answer, is activated,
%18 To activate or deactivate open to answer.
Keys and navigation
Use
to enter the desktop. The desktop is where all
the main menu icons are. Some submenus include tabs that
appear on the screen. Scroll to a tab with the navigation key
and select an option.
The standby screen is displayed when you are not calling
or using the menus. This is where you can see, for example,
your operator’s name, the time and the date. At the top of
the standby screen you find the status bar.
When in the menus, } More to enter a list of options.
There are different alternatives in the list of options
depending on where you are in the menus.
To make and receive calls
• Enter the phone number (with international prefix and area
code if applicable). } Call to make a voice call, or press
to make a video call. } End call to end the call.
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More information, explanations or tips about selected features,
menus or functions are available in your phone. Scroll to the
menu item } Info.
Press to go to the desktop where the main menu
icons are. In a menu, press to return to the desktop.
During an ongoing call or while browsing the Internet,
press to return to the desktop.
Press to select highlighted items.
Move through menus and tabs.
Press to go back one level in the menus.
Press and hold to return to standby.
Press to end a function.
Press to select the options shown immediately above
these keys on the screen.
Press to delete items, such as pictures,
sounds and contacts.
Press to make a video call or to enter video call mode.
Press to start the media player.
In standby, press to view status information
To reject a call, quickly press twice when receiving
a call.
To turn off the ringtone when receiving a call,
press once.
During a call, press to increase the volume.
When using the media player (also when minimized)
with closed phone, press to increase the volume –
press and hold to skip back one track.
When using the camera, press to increase brightness.
In standby, press to view the next calendar
appointment.
To reject a call, quickly press twice when receiving
a call.
To turn off the ringtone when receiving a call,
press once.
During a call, press to decrease the volume.
When using the media player (also when minimized)
with closed phone, press to decrease the volume –
press and hold to skip forward one track.
When using the camera, press to decrease
brightness.
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Press and hold to call your voicemail service (if set)
%32 To enter the number to your voicemail service.
Press and hold to set the phone to silent. The alarm
signal rings even if the phone is set to silent.
To turn off the ringtone when receiving a call,
press once.
During a call, press to mute the microphone.
- Press and hold any of these keys to reach a contact
beginning with a specific letter.
- To speed dial, press any of these keys and press Call,
%31 To speed dial.
Phone language
Most SIM cards automatically set the language used in the
menu to the language of the country where you bought your
SIM card. If this is not the case, the predefined language is
English. If you use the setup wizard to help you get started
with your phone, you will be asked to select phone language,
%79 Setup wizard.
You can always choose Automatic language by pressing
8888
in standby. You can always choose English
by pressing
0000
in standby.
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Shortcuts
A quicker way to move through the menus is to use shortcuts.
You can use desktop shortcuts to quickly get to a menu, and
you can use the predefined standby shortcuts to quickly reach
certain functions.
Using desktop shortcuts
Enter the menus by pressing
and then enter the number
of the menu to which you want to go. For example, to reach
the fifth menu item, press
. To reach the tenth, eleventh
and twelfth menu items, press
,
and
respectively. To get back to standby, press and hold
.
Using standby shortcuts
You can use the predefined shortcuts and use the navigation
keys to go directly to that function in standby.
Predefined standby shortcuts
In your Vodafone live! phone, the following shortcuts
are predefined in standby:
A list of shortcuts including setting the phone to silent,
selecting profile, turning on/off Bluetooth and turning on/
off infrared,
Phonebook,
Create message
and
Calendar.
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To edit a standby shortcut
1. In standby, press
} Edit shortcuts and select which
shortcut you want to edit, } Edit.
2. Scroll to a function that you want to create a new shortcut
to } Shortcut.
What is shown in the external display
When the phone is closed, you can use the external display for
a number of things. Use it to view time and date, battery status,
network operator, who is calling and song titles when you play
music. You can also view the next meeting in the calendar by
pressing the
volume key from standby. The display lights
up at incoming calls and alerts. When using the camera, you
can use the external display as viewfinder. You can also set a
wallpaper for this display, %63 To set a picture as wallpaper
for the external display.
Calling
Before you can make or receive any calls, you must turn on the
phone and be within range of a network, %14 Turning on the
phone and making calls. To make a video call, you have to be
within range of a UMTS network. UMTS service is available
when the UMTS icon appears in the status bar, %20 Video call.
Networks
When you turn on the phone, it automatically selects your home
network if this is within range. If it is not within range, you may
use another network, provided Swisscom has an agreement
that allows you to do so. This is called roaming.
You can select the network you want to use, or you can add
a network to your list of preferred networks. You can also
change the order in which networks are selected during
an automatic search. For all such options } Connectivity
} Mobile networks.
To make a call
1. Enter the phone number (with international and area code
if applicable).
2. } Call to make a voice call, or More } Make video call.
3. } End call to end the call.
You can call numbers from the call list and the phonebook,
%31 Call list and %26 Phonebook. You can also use your
voice to make calls, %32 Voice control.
To change the speaker volume during a call
Use the volume buttons on the side of the phone to increase
or decrease the speaker volume during a call.
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To use the loudspeaker during a voice call
1. Press
and select Turn on speaker to turn
on the loudspeaker.
2. Press
and select Turn off speaker to turn
off the loudspeaker.
Note: Do not hold the phone to your ear while using
the loudspeaker. This could damage your hearing.
To turn off the microphone during a call
1. Press
} Mute microphone, or press and hold
until the icon for muted microphone is displayed.
2. } Unmute, or press and hold
again, to resume
the conversation.
Receiving voice calls
When you receive a call, the phone rings and Answer?
is displayed.
You can answer a call by opening the phone or by using the
keys. If you do not want to answer calls by opening the phone,
you can deactivate this function.
If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification
service and the caller’s number is identified, the number
is displayed. If not, Unknown is displayed.
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If you have saved the number in the phonebook, the name and
number are displayed. If you have assigned a picture to a contact,
the picture is also displayed. If the number is a restricted
number, Withheld is displayed.
You can use your voice to answer or reject calls,
%34 Voice answering.
To activate or deactivate open to answer
} Settings } the Calls tab } Open to answer
and select On or Off.
To answer a call
Open the phone, press Yes, or simply open the phone
if Open to answer is On.
To reject a call
• When the phone is open, press No or close the phone.
• When the phone is closed, quickly press a volume button
twice.
Missed calls
If you have missed a call, Missed calls: appears in standby,
and in the external display if the phone is closed, indicating
the number of missed calls. } Yes to view the missed calls
in the call list. If you want to view the missed calls later } No.
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To check your missed calls
To go to the desktop during a call
1. From standby } Calls and scroll to the missed calls tab.
Use
,
,
and
to scroll between the tabs.
2. To call a number from the list, scroll to the number } Call.
1. Press
.
2. Select a menu on the desktop to use a function.
3. To return to the desktop or the ongoing call view, press
one or more times.
Automatic redialling
To redial a number
If the connection of the call failed and Retry? is displayed
} Yes.
Note: Do not hold the phone to your ear while waiting.
When the call is connected, the phone gives a loud signal.
The phone redials the number up to ten times or until:
• The call is connected.
• You press Cancel.
• You receive a call.
Automatic redialling is only available for voice and video calls,
not for data calls
Using the desktop during a call
During a call you can go to the desktop to use other functions.
For example, if your subscription and network supports this,
you can connect to the Internet during a call.
Making international calls
When you make an international call, the + replaces the
international prefix number of the country from which you are
calling. You can make a call from abroad, using another network,
provided Swisscom has an agreement with that network.
To make international calls
1. Press and hold
until a + sign appears on the screen.
2. Enter the country code, area code (without the leading zero)
and phone number } Call.
Emergency calls
Your phone supports international emergency numbers, for
example, 112 and 911. This means that these numbers can
normally be used to make an emergency call in any country,
with or without a SIM card inserted, if a GSM or UMTS network
is within range.
Note: Swisscom may have saved additional local emergency
numbers on the SIM card.
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To make an emergency call.
To make a video call
Enter, for example, 112 (the international emergency number)
} Call.
1. Press
when UMTS service is available.
2. Enter the phone number and press Call. To retrieve a phone
number from the phonebook } Call... } Contacts
and scroll to the phone number you want to call } Call
or press
.
To view emergency numbers
} Phonebook } Options } Special numbers
} Emergency numbers.
Video call
With video call, you can see the person you are talking
to on your screen.
When the UMTS network icon is displayed in the status
bar at the top of the screen, you are able to make and
receive video calls to and from other UMTS telephones.
Video call demo mode
You can use the video call functions without making a call,
if you, for example, want to prepare a view and check how
it looks before calling. Press
.
Most video call functions are available in the demo mode.
You can also make video calls from standby or from other
applications, such as the phonebook or messages.
In standby, } Calls, highlight a number and press
.
In the phonebook, highlight a number and press
.
In a message, highlight a number in the message and
press
.
To turn off or on the camera of the outgoing video
You can turn off and on the camera during a video call
by pressing Camera.
To adjust the brightness of the outgoing video
Press
to decrease the brightness, or
to increase
the brightness of the outgoing video picture.
To zoom the outgoing video in or out
Press
Press
20
to zoom in the outgoing video picture 2x.
again to zoom 4x. Press
to zoom out again.
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To accept an incoming video call
Press Yes or open the phone to accept the video call
(if Open to answer is activated), %18 To activate
or deactivate open to answer.
To end a video call
During an ongoing video call, press End call.
Video call options
Press
to view, and select from, the following options:
• Turn off speaker/Turn on speaker – turn off and
on the incoming sound during a video call.
• Mute microphone/Unmute mic. – turn off and on the
microphone during a video call (this option is available
during calls).
• Switch pictures – choose between showing the incoming
or the outgoing video in full size display.
• Hide small pic./Show small pic. – choose if you want
to hide or show the small picture.
• Night mode – use when the lighting conditions are poor.
This setting affects the outgoing video.
• Advanced – to view, and select, the following options:
• Answer mode – choose whether the camera should be
on or off when you answer a video call. If you answer with
the camera turned off, you can easily turn on the camera
by pressing Camera.
• Alternative pic. – this picture will be shown to the other
party when you have turned off the camera.
• Camera quality – select what picture quality to use for
the outgoing video. This setting will take effect at the next
call – not during an ongoing call.
• Mirror image – you will see a mirror image of the outgoing
video. If you turn mirror image on, you will see yourself as
you would in a mirror. This setting only affects the picture
when the camera lens is pointing inwards.
• Contacts – select a contact to view during an ongoing
call – useful, for example, when you want to check a
number or an email address for a contact (this option
is visible during calls).
• Transfer sound – transfer the sound to and from
handsfree equipment using Bluetooth wireless
technology.
• Demo clip – turn demo clip on or off.
Entering text
There are two ways of entering letters, for example, when
writing a message or writing a name in the phonebook:
• Multitap text input
You press each key as many times as needed to show
the letter you want.
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• T9™ Text Input
The T9 Text Input method uses a built-in dictionary to
recognize the most commonly used word for each sequence
of key presses. This way, you press each key only once,
even if the letter you want is not the first letter on the key.
Writing languages
Before you start entering letters, you need to select the
languages that you want to use when writing.
To select writing language
1. } Settings } the General tab } Language
} Writing language.
2. Scroll to each language that you want to use and mark it.
} Save to exit the menu.
When writing, you can switch to one of your selected languages
by pressing and holding
.
To enter letters using multitap text input
1. To enter text, you have to be in a function where text input
is possible, for example } Messaging } Create message
} SMS.
2. Press the appropriate key,
–
,
or
,
repeatedly until the character you want appears on the screen.
You can see which characters you can choose from for a
specific key in the box in the top right corner of the screen.
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Example:
• To enter an ‘A’, press
once.
• To enter a ‘B’, quickly press
twice.
• To shift between capital and lower-case letters, press
,
then enter the letter.
• You can use the volume buttons as a shortcut to certain
letters. To enter a ‘B’, press and hold
and press
.
To enter a ‘C’, press and hold
and press
.
To enter letters using T9 Text Input
1. To enter text, you have to be in a function where text input
is possible, for example } Messaging } Create message
} SMS.
2. For example, if you want to write the word “Jane”,
press
,
,
,
.
3. If the word shown is the one you want, press
to accept
and add a space. To accept a word without adding a space,
press
. If the word shown is not the one you want, press
or
repeatedly to view alternative words. Accept
a word and add a space by pressing
.
4. Continue writing your message. To enter a full stop or other
punctuation marks, press
and then
or
repeatedly. Accept by pressing
.
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To add words to the T9 Text Input dictionary
1. While entering letters } More } Spell word.
2. Edit the word by using multitap input. Navigate between the
letters with
and
. To delete a character, press
.
To delete the entire word, press and hold
.
3. When you have edited the word } Insert. The word is
added to the T9 Text Input dictionary. Next time you enter
this word using T9 Text Input, it will appear as one of the
alternative words.
• Writing method – a list of methods available
for the current language is shown.
• Dictionary (T9) – turn T9 Text Input on or off.
• Word suggestions – select to view, or not, word suggestions
when writing a word.
• My words – manage the words that you have added
to the dictionary.
• National chars. – Turn off language-specific characters
to save space. This option appears only for some writing
languages.
To select another writing method
Before, or while entering letters, press and hold
to select another writing method.
Options when entering letters
} More to view a list of options. The list may contain some
or all of the following:
• Add symbol – symbols and punctuation marks such
as ? and , are shown. Move between the symbols by
using
,
,
and
.
• Add item – pictures, melodies and sounds.
• Spell word – for T9 Text Input only. Edit the suggested
word by using multitap text input.
• Text format – change style, size and alignment.
• Writing language – a list of available languages is shown.
Some keys you can use when entering letters
Shift between capital- and
lower case letters
press
Delete letters and numbers
press
Shift between multitap or T9
Text Input methods
press and hold
Select writing languages
press and hold
Enter numbers
press and hold any
of the number keys
Enter the + sign
press and hold
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Enter a p (pause)
press and hold
when entering
numbers or saving
codes in number
fields
Reach the second letter
or character of a key
press and hold the
volume button
and press any of the
number keys
Reach the third letter
or character of a key
press and hold the
volume button
and press any of the
number keys
Enter a space
press
Using T9 Text Input
Accept a word and add a space
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press
View alternative punctuation
marks
press
or
, then
repeatedly
My Items
Using multitap text input
View alternative words
Enter a full stop
or
press
Items such as pictures, videos, sounds, themes, games,
applications and Web pages are saved as files in folders.
All files that the phone cannot recognize are saved in the
Other folder. The phone has several predefined folders and
subfolders. You can also create your own subfolders in the
predefined folders, to which you can move your saved files.
If you highlight a file in the pictures, videos or sounds folders
} More } Use, you can use the file for several purposes.
You can, for example, set a sound as ringtone, set a picture
as screen saver, or add a picture to a contact.
When handling files, you can select several or all files in a folder
at the same time and send them, or delete them or move them
to a folder. You can move and copy files between the Memory
Stick Duo and the phone. Icons indicate where the files are
saved.
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All files, except some copyright-protected files,
are automatically saved on the Memory Stick Duo.
If Memory Stick full appears, you cannot save anything
on the Memory Stick Duo until you have deleted some of the
content from the Memory Stick Duo or moved it to the phone
memory. If the Memory Stick Duo is not inserted in the phone,
files will be saved to the phone if there is enough memory left.
To move a file to a folder
1. } My Items and select a folder.
2. Scroll to a file, for example, a picture that you want to
move } More } Manage files } Move to folder.
3. Select the folder you want to move the file to,
or select New folder and name the folder } OK.
To send a file from a folder
Highlight the file } More } Send.
To send several files from a folder
To select several files
1. } My Items and select a file } More } Mark several.
2. Scroll and select more files by pressing Mark or Unmark.
To select all files in a folder
} My Items and select a file } More } Mark all,
or Unmark all to remove the selection.
To copy a file to the phone
1. Scroll to the file, for example, a sound, that you want
to copy, } More } Manage files.
2. Select Copy to phone. Now you have two files with
the same name, but different icons in front of them,
telling you where the file is saved.
To copy a file to the Memory Stick Duo
Follow the same steps as for copying a file to the phone
but select Copy to ext. mem instead of Copy to phone.
1. Highlight a file } More } Mark several.
2. Scroll and select more files by pressing Mark,
then } More } Send, and select send method.
To move or copy files to a PC
To create a subfolder
To delete a file from the Memory Stick Duo
1. } My Items and open a folder.
2. } More } New folder.
3. Enter a name for the folder, } OK to save the folder.
Scroll to the file you want to delete from the Memory Stick Duo
and press
.
%79 Transferring files using the USB cable.
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Formatting a Memory Stick Duo™
Contacts or SIM numbers as default phonebook
You can format a Memory Stick Duo if you want to delete
all information from it, or if it has been corrupted.
If you select to use contacts as default, your phonebook will
show all information saved in contacts. If you select SIM
numbers as default, the phonebook will show names and
numbers saved on the SIM card.
To format the Memory Stick Duo
} My Items and highlight a folder } More
} Format ext. mem.
File information
Items that are downloaded, or received using Bluetooth wireless
technology, the infrared port, text or picture messages may be
copyright-protected. If a file is protected, you may not be able
to copy or send that file. You can select to view information
for the file.
Note: If you want to play a sound or video file, it has to be
copyright-protected (OMA DRM Separate Delivery). Please
consult Swisscom Mobile Customer Care for more information.
Phonebook
You can save your phonebook information in the phone memory, as
contacts, or on the SIM card, as names and numbers. You can
choose which phonebook – contacts or SIM numbers – is
shown as default.
For useful information and settings in the phonebook
} Phonebook } Options.
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To select contacts or SIM numbers as your phonebook
1. } Phonebook } Options } Advanced
} Default phonebook.
2. Select Contacts or SIM numbers.
Contacts
Contacts is like an address book, in which you can store names,
phone numbers and email addresses. You can also add pictures,
ringtones and personal information, such as Web and street
addresses to the contacts.
When you add information to a contact, the information is
organized under five tabs. Use , ,
and
to scroll
between the tabs and their information fields.
SIM numbers
On your SIM card, you can save entries as a name with
a single number. The number of entries you can save depends
on the amount of memory available on the SIM card, see
} Phonebook } Options } Advanced } Memory status.
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Note: Contact Swisscom Mobile Customer Care for more
information.
To add a contact
1. } Phonebook } New contact } Add.
2. Enter the name directly or press Add and enter the name
} OK.
3. Enter the number directly or press Add and enter
the number } OK.
4. Select a number type.
5. Scroll between the tabs and select fields to enter more
information. To enter symbols, for example, @ in an email
address } Symbols and select a symbol } Insert.
6. When you have entered the information you want for your
contact } Save.
To add a SIM number
If SIM numbers is your default phonebook, follow the same
steps as for adding a contact. You can add only name and
number to the SIM numbers phonebook.
To send a message to a contact from the phonebook
1. } Phonebook. Scroll to, or enter the first letters
of the contact you want to send a message to.
2. When the contact you want to send a message to is highlighted,
press
or
to scroll to a number or an email address
for the contact.
3. } More } Send message.
4. Select message type, and create your message.
To send a message to several recipients from
the phonebook
1. } Phonebook. Scroll to, or enter the first letters
of a contact you want to send a message to.
2. } More } Mark several.
3. When the contact you want to message is highlighted,
press
or
to scroll to a number or an email address
of that contact.
4. Scroll and select more numbers or email addresses
of contacts by pressing Mark.
5. When the numbers or email addresses you want to message
are marked } More } Send message.
6. Select message type, and create your message.
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Pictures and personal ringtones
To call a SIM number
You can add a picture and a personal ringtone to a phonebook
contact. When that person calls, the picture is displayed
(provided your subscription supports the Calling Line
Identification service) and the ringtone is played.
1. } Phonebook. If SIM numbers is the default phonebook,
select the name and number you want to call from the list
} Call.
2. If Contacts is the default phonebook } Phonebook
} Options } SIM numbers and select the name
and number you want to call from the list } Call.
To add a picture or a ringtone to a contact
1. } Phonebook and select the contact you want to
add a picture or ringtone to } More } Edit contact.
2. Use , ,
and
to scroll to the relevant tab
and select Picture: or Ringtone: } Add. This takes you
to My Items.
3. Select a picture or a sound. } Save to save the contact.
Calling from the phonebook
You can call one of the numbers saved for one of your contacts,
or a number on your SIM card. If contacts is the default
phonebook, you can choose to call from contacts or from
the SIM card. If SIM numbers is the default phonebook,
you can only call the numbers on the SIM card.
To call a contact
1. } Phonebook. Scroll to, or enter the first letters
of the contact you want to call.
2. When the contact you want to call is highlighted } Call.
If the contact has more than one number, press
or
to select the number. To make a video call, press
when
the contact is highlighted.
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Ask to save
When you end a call, the phone can prompt you to add a phone
number or email address to your phonebook.
To activate ask to save in contacts
} Phonebook } Options } Advanced } Ask to save } On.
Updating the phonebook
You can easily update and edit any information in your
phonebook.
To edit a contact
1. } Phonebook and select a contact } More
} Edit contact.
2. Use , ,
and
to scroll to the relevant tab
and edit the information you want to edit } Save.
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To edit SIM numbers
Default items for contacts
1. If SIM numbers is your default phonebook } Phonebook
and the number you want to edit. (If contacts is your default
phonebook } Phonebook } Options } SIM numbers.
Select the name and number you want to edit.)
2. } More } Edit and edit the name and number.
The default item is displayed first for the contact, and is
therefore quicker to reach. You can set the default item –
a phone number, email address or a Web address – to be
displayed first for each contact.
To add numbers
1. } Phonebook and scroll to a contact } More
} Default number.
2. Select the phone number, email address or Web address
that you want as default item.
You can update your phonebook with numbers that you have
dialled and with numbers from calls that you have received
or missed.
1. } Calls from standby and select a tab in the call list.
2. Scroll to the number you want to add to the phonebook
} More } Save number.
3. Add the number to a new contact or to an existing contact.
To delete a contact or a SIM number
} Phonebook and scroll to the contact or SIM number
you want to delete, press
.
To delete all contacts
1. } Phonebook } Options } Advanced
} Delete all contacts.
2. } Yes and enter the phone lock code } OK. The default
phone lock code is 0000. Names and numbers that are
saved on the SIM card are not deleted.
To set the default item for a contact
Copying contacts
You can copy names and numbers to and from your contacts
and the SIM card. Choose if you want to copy all SIM numbers,
or just one SIM number.
Note: When you select to copy all contacts from the phone
to the SIM card, all existing information on the SIM card will
be replaced.
You can also set the phone to save entries automatically to the
SIM card. With this setting, names and phone numbers that
you add or edit in the phonebook are also saved on the SIM
card. The number of phone numbers that can be saved
depends on the type of SIM card.
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To copy names and numbers to the SIM card
To send all contacts
1. } Phonebook } Options } Advanced } Copy to SIM.
2. Select Copy all or Copy a number.
} Phonebook } Options } Advanced } Send all contacts
and select a transfer method.
To copy SIM numbers to contacts
Checking the memory
With the memory status function in your phonebook, you can
check how many positions you have left in the phone memory
and SIM memory.
1. } Phonebook } Options } Advanced
} Copy from SIM.
2. Select Copy all or Copy a number.
To automatically save names and phone numbers
to the SIM card
1. } Phonebook } Options } Advanced
} Auto save on SIM.
2. Select On.
Sending contacts
You can send contacts using Bluetooth wireless technology,
the infrared port or a text or picture message.
To send a contact
1. } Phonebook and select a contact } More
} Send contact.
2. Select a transfer method.
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To check the memory
} Phonebook } Options } Advanced } Memory status.
Synchronizing contacts
You can back up and synchronize your contacts with the
Vodafone live! network.
1. } Phonebook } Options } Sync. contacts.
2. If you have more than one account, select which account
to use } Select. If you do not have an account in the phone,
%74 To enter the remote synchronization settings.
Note: Visit www.swisscom-mobile.ch for details. This service
is not available for all countries.
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Call list
To clear the call list
The numbers of the last 30 calls that you have made are saved
in the call list. If your subscription includes the Calling Line
Identification service and the caller’s number is identified, the
call list also shows the numbers of answered and missed calls.
In addition to the call list with all numbers, there are also
separate lists for dialled, answered and missed calls, organized
under tabs.
To call a number from the call list
1. } Calls from standby and select a tab.
2. Scroll to the name or number you want to call } Call.
To make a video call from the call list
1. } Calls from standby and select a tab.
2. Scroll to the number you want to call } More
} Make video call or press
when the number
is highlighted.
To add a number from the call list to the phonebook
1. } Calls from standby and select a tab.
2. Scroll to the number you want to add } More
} Save number.
3. } New contact to create a new contact, or select an
existing contact to add the number to a contact already
in the phonebook.
} Calls and scroll to the tab with all calls } More } Delete all.
Speed dialling
You can save the phone numbers that you want to reach easily
in positions 1-9 in your phone and on your SIM card.
To speed dial
From standby, enter the position number and } Call.
To set the position number for speed dialling
1. } Phonebook } Options } Speed dial and scroll to the
position to which you want to add a phone number } Add.
2. Select a number.
To replace a number in the speed dial list
1. } Phonebook } Options } Speed dial.
2. Scroll to the number } Replace. Select a new number
for the position.
Note: To speed dial with contacts as default phonebook, numbers
have to be saved as contacts, and to speed dial with SIM
numbers as default phonebook, numbers have to be saved on
your SIM card.
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Voicemail
If your subscription includes an answering service, callers can
leave a voicemail message when you cannot answer a call.
Voice commands can only be saved in the phone, not on the
SIM card. When recording, make sure that you are in a quiet
environment and try to use names that are distinct from each
other, %34 Tips when using voice commands.
Receiving a voicemail message
Before voice dialling
Depending on your network operator, you are informed that
someone has left a message by a text message or by a
voicemail icon. Press Yes to read the text message and call
the voicemail service to listen to the message.
You must first activate the voice dialling function and record
your voice commands. An icon appears next to a phone
number that has a voice command.
Calling your voicemail service
Note: Turn the media player off before using voice dialling.
Scroll to the media player and press
to turn off.
You can easily call your voicemail service by pressing and
holding
. If you have not set your voicemail number, you
will be asked if you want to enter the number. } Yes to enter
the number. You get the number from your service provider.
To enter the number to your voicemail service
} Messaging } Templates } Voicemail number.
Voice control
With your phone, you can use your voice to:
• Voice dial – call someone by saying the name.
• Activate voice control by saying a “magic word”.
• Answer and reject calls when using a handsfree kit.
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To activate voice dialling and record names
1. } Settings } the General tab } Voice control
} Voice dialling } Activate } Yes } New voice
} Add and select a contact.
2. If the contact has more than one number, use
and
to view the numbers. Select the phone number to which you
want to add the voice command. Now you are going to record
a voice command such as “John mobile” for the phone
number you selected.
3. Instructions appear. Wait for the tone and say the command
that you want to record. The voice command is played back
to you.
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4. If the recording sounds ok } Yes. If not } No and repeat
step 3.
5. To record another voice command for a contact
} New voice } Add again and repeat steps 2-5 above.
Caller name
You can choose whether you want to hear the recorded contact
name when you receive a call from that contact.
To turn the caller name On or Off
} Settings } the General tab } Voice control
} Play caller name.
Voice dialling
You can voice dial by saying a pre-recorded voice command.
Start voice dialling from standby using the phone, a portable
handsfree, a Bluetooth headset or by saying your magic word.
To make a call from the phone
1. From standby, press and hold one of the volume buttons.
2. Wait for the tone and say the name you recorded earlier,
for example “John mobile”. The name is played back
to you and the call is connected.
To make a call with a handsfree
From standby, press the handsfree button, or Bluetooth
headset button.
The magic word
You can record a magic word and use it as a voice command
to allow totally handsfree access to voice dialling. Instead of
pressing and holding a volume button to voice dial, you say the
magic word and then one of your recorded voice commands.
The magic word is especially suitable when using a car
handsfree kit.
Note: Choose a long, unusual word or phrase that can easily
be distinguished from ordinary background speech.
To activate and record the magic word
1. } Settings } the General tab } Voice control
} Magic word } Activate.
2. Instructions appear. } Continue. Wait for the tone
and say the magic word.
3. Instructions appear. } Continue and select the
environments in which you want your magic word
to be activated. You can select several alternatives.
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Voice answering
Editing your voice commands
You can answer or reject incoming voice and video calls by
using your voice, when using a portable handsfree or a car
handsfree kit.
You can keep all your voice commands up to date by re-recording
them or deleting the ones you do not use. You can also edit a
voice command for a phone number in the phonebook. Select
the contact you want to edit a voice command for } More
} Edit contact. Scroll to the relevant tab and edit your voice
command.
Note: You cannot use voice answering if you have selected
an MP3 file as ringtone.
To activate voice answering and record voice answer
commands
1. } Settings } the General tab } Voice control
} Voice answer } Activate.
2. Instructions appear. } Continue. Wait for the tone and
say “Answer”, or another word. If the recording sounds
ok } Yes. If not } No and repeat step 2.
3. Say “Busy”, or another word } Yes.
4. Instructions appear. } Continue and select the
environments in which you want voice answering
to be activated. You can select several alternatives.
To answer a call using voice commands
When the phone rings, say “Answer” and the call is connected.
To reject a call using voice commands
When the phone rings, say “Busy”.
To re-record a voice command
1. } Settings } the General tab } Voice control
} Voice dialling } Edit names.
2. Select a voice command } More } Replace voice.
3. Wait for the tone and say the command.
Tips when using voice commands
If your phone cannot detect speech, one of the following might
have happened:
• You spoke too softly – try speaking louder.
• You held the phone too far away – hold it nearer to your mouth.
• The voice command was too short – it should be around
one second long and more than one syllable.
• You spoke too late or too soon – speak immediately after
the tone.
The call is rejected. The caller is diverted to voicemail,
if activated, or hears a busy tone.
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• You did not record the voice command when the handsfree
was attached – for voice control with a handsfree kit, record
when the handsfree is attached.
• You used another intonation – use the same intonation
as you did when recording the voice command.
3. Enter the phone number to which you want your calls
to be diverted, or } Look up to find the contact in your
phonebook } OK.
To deactivate a call divert
Scroll to the divert option } Deactivate.
Diverting calls
To check all divert options
If you cannot answer incoming calls, you can divert them
to another number, for example, your answering service.
} Settings } the Calls tab } Divert always } Check all.
Note: When the Restrict calls function is activated,
some Divert calls options are not available.
You can choose between the following divert options:
• Divert always – divert all calls.
• When busy – divert calls if you are already on the phone.
• Not reachable – divert calls if your phone is turned off
or if you are unreachable.
• No reply – divert calls that you do not answer within
a specified time limit (operator-dependent).
To activate a call divert
1. } Settings } the Calls tab } Divert always.
2. Select a call type and then one of the divert options
} Activate.
More than one call
You can handle more than one voice call simultaneously.
For example, you can put an ongoing call on hold, while
you make or answer a second call, and then switch between
the two calls.
Note: When you have an ongoing video call and receive
a second call you have to end the video call to be able
to answer the second call.
Call waiting service
If the call waiting service is activated, you hear a beep
if you receive a second call during an ongoing call.
To activate or deactivate the call waiting service
} Settings } the Calls tab } Manage calls } Call waiting.
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To make a second call
Conference calls
1. } Hold to put the ongoing call on hold.
2. Enter the number you want to call } Call.
In a conference call, you can have a joint conversation with up
to five other people. You can also put a conference call on hold
and make another call. Conference calling is only available for
voice calls.
Receiving a second voice call
When you receive a second voice call, you can do the following:
• } Answer to answer the second call and put the ongoing
call on hold.
• } Busy to reject the second call and continue
the ongoing call.
• } Replace active call to answer the second call
and to end the ongoing call.
Handling two voice calls
When you have one ongoing voice call and one voice call
on hold, you can do the following:
• } Switch to switch between the two calls.
• Press
} Join calls to join the two calls into
a conference call.
• Press
} Transfer call, to connect the two calls.
You are disconnected from both calls.
• } End call to end the ongoing call, then press Yes
to retrieve the held call.
• } End call twice to end both calls.
• You cannot answer a third call without ending one of the
first two calls or joining them into a conference call.
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Note: There may be additional charges for calls involving
multiple parties, contact Swisscom Mobile Customer Care
for more information.
Creating a conference call
To create a conference call, you must first have one ongoing
call and one call on hold. In a conference call you can have
a private conversation with one of the participants or release
a participant.
To join the two calls into a conference call
Press
} Join calls.
To add a new participant
1. } Hold to put the joined calls on hold.
2. Press
} Add call and call the next person you want
to include in the conference call.
3. Press
} Join calls.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 to include more participants.
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To release a participant
Groups
Press
} Release part and select the participant that
you want to release from the conference call.
You can create a group of numbers and email addresses.
By doing so, you can send messages to several recipients
at the same time %42 Messaging. You can also use groups
(with numbers) when you create accepted callers lists
%38 Accept calls.
To have a private conversation
1. Press
} Talk to and select the participant that you want
to talk to.
2. } Join calls to resume the conference call.
More call features
My numbers
You can view, add and edit your own phone numbers.
To check your phone numbers
} Phonebook } Options } Special numbers
} My numbers and select one of the options.
Notepad
You can use the phone to make a note of a phone number
during a call. When you end the call, the number remains
on the screen. } Call to call the number. } More
} Save number and select a contact to save the number.
If you want to create a new contact and save the number
} New contact.
To create a group of numbers and email addresses
} Phonebook } Options } Groups } New group } Add.
Enter a name for the group } Continue.
} New } Add to find the contact in your phonebook.
Select a number or an email address from the contact.
If the contact has more than one item, use
and
to view the items.
5. Repeat steps 3-4 to add more numbers or email addresses
to the group. } Done to save the group.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Business cards
You can add your own business card to the phonebook. You can
exchange business cards between your phone and another
similar phone or a PC, using Bluetooth wireless technology,
the infrared port, cable or a text or picture message.
To add your own business card
} Phonebook } Options } My business card
and add information for your business card } Save.
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To send your business card
To add numbers to the accepted callers list
} Phonebook } Options } My business card
} Send my card and select a transfer method.
When you receive the business card } Yes to save
the business card in the phonebook.
1. } Settings } the Calls tab } Manage calls
} Accept calls } Only from list.
2. } New } Add. This takes you to the phonebook. Select
contacts from your phonebook. To add a group to the accepted
callers list } Groups (requires that you have created groups
%37 Groups).
Showing or hiding your number
To accept all calls
If your subscription supports the Calling Line Identification
Restriction (CLIR) service, you can hide your phone number
when making a call. You select this as a default setting.
} Settings } the Calls tab } Manage calls } Accept calls
} All callers.
To always show or hide your phone number
You can use the restrict calls service to restrict outgoing and
incoming calls. This may be useful, for example, when you
are abroad. To use this service, you need a password which
you get from your service provider.
To receive a business card
1. } Settings } the Calls tab } Show or hide no.
2. Select Show number, Hide number or Network default.
Accept calls
With the accept calls service, you can choose to receive calls
only from certain phone numbers. Other calls are automatically
rejected by a busy tone. If the call divert option When busy is
activated, calls are diverted instead of rejected by a busy tone.
The phone numbers of calls you have rejected are saved in the
call list.
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Restricted dialling
Note: If you divert incoming calls, you cannot activate some
restrict calls options.
The following calls can be restricted:
• All outgoing calls – All outgoing.
• All outgoing international calls – Outgoing intl.
• All outgoing international calls except to your home
country – Outgoing intl roam.
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• All incoming calls – All incoming.
• All incoming calls when you are abroad (when roaming) –
Inc. when roaming.
To activate or deactivate a call restriction
1. } Settings } the Calls tab } Manage calls
} Restrict calls and select an option.
2. Select Activate or Deactivate.
3. Enter your password } OK.
Fixed dialling
The fixed dialling function allows calls to be made only to certain
numbers. Fixed dialling requires a SIM card that allows fixed
numbers to be saved. The fixed numbers are protected by
your PIN2.
Note: Calls to the international emergency number 112 can
still be made, even when the fixed dialling function is activated.
When fixed dialling is activated, you cannot use numbers which
are stored on the SIM card.
Partial numbers can be saved. For example, saving 0123456
allows calls to be made to all numbers starting with 0123456.
You may also use the wild card character ?. For example,
saving 01234567?0, allows calls to be made to numbers
from 0123456700 to 0123456790.
To activate or deactivate fixed dialling
1. } Phonebook } Options } Special numbers
} Fixed dialling and select Activate or Deactivate.
2. Enter your PIN2 } OK.
To save a fixed number
} Phonebook } Options } Special numbers
} Fixed dialling } Fixed numbers } New number
and enter the information.
Note: To be able to use packet-switched services (GPRS),
for example, browsing the Internet, when fixed dialling is active,
you have to enter the code *99# in the fixed numbers list.
Two voice lines
If you have a subscription that supports alternate line service,
your phone may have two voice lines with different phone
numbers.
This may be useful if, for example, you want to keep business
calls and private calls on separate lines. You select which line
you want to use for outgoing calls. All outgoing calls are made
on this line until you change it. Incoming calls can still be
received on either line.
You can change the names of the lines, and have different
settings for each line, for example, different ringtones.
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To select a line
To reset the call cost meter
} Settings } the Calls tab and select line 1 or 2.
} Settings } the Calls tab } Time & cost } Call costs
} More } Clear total cost.
To change the name of a line
} Settings } the Display tab } Edit line names and select
one of the lines to edit the name.
Call time and cost
During a call, the duration of the call is shown on the screen.
If you subscribe to cost information, you can check the duration
of your last call, outgoing calls and the total time. You can also
check the cost of your last call and the total cost of your calls.
Note: If you subscribe to cost information, you must enter your
PIN2 to reset the cost or time counter.
To check the call time
} Settings } the Calls tab } Time & cost } Call timers.
To reset the call time meter
} Settings } the Calls tab } Time & cost } Call timers
} More and select Reset total or Reset outgoing.
To check the call cost
Setting the call cost
You can use the tariff function to specify the price per call unit.
If you do not specify a price per call unit, the number of call
units appears.
To enter the price per call unit
1. } Settings } the Calls tab } Time & cost } Call costs
} More } Set tariff.
2. Enter your PIN2 } OK.
3. } Currency and enter the code for the currency you want,
(for example GBP for Pounds Sterling) } OK.
4. } Units and enter the price per call unit } OK. To enter
a decimal point, press
.
Credit limit for calls
You can enter a total amount of money that can be used for
making calls. When the amount reaches zero, no more calls
can be made. Please note that the credit limit is only an
estimated value.
} Settings } the Calls tab } Time & cost } Call costs.
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To set a credit limit
Closed user groups
1. } Settings } the Calls tab } Time & cost } Call costs
} More } Set credit and enter your PIN2 } OK.
2. Select Limited or Unlimited. If you select Limited,
enter an amount } OK.
The closed user group function is a way of lowering call costs.
If you subscribe to closed user groups it is cheaper, on some
networks, to make calls within a call group. You can save ten
groups.
Call priority service
To add a group
You can request a certain priority when you make a call, if your
subscription supports the call priority service. The priority levels
are defined by your network operator and are normally within
the range of 0-4, where 0 is the highest priority.
1. } Settings } the Calls tab } Manage calls
} Closed groups } Edit list } New group } Add.
2. Enter the name of the user group } Continue.
3. Enter the index number } Save. You get the index number
from your network operator.
To check or change your standard priority level
To call outside a closed user group
1. } Settings } the Calls tab } Manage calls
} Default priority.
2. The network sends available priority levels. Select a priority
level.
} Settings } the Calls tab } Manage calls
} Closed groups } Open calls } On. When Off is selected,
it is only possible to call within the group.
To change the priority for one call
Tone signals
1. Enter the phone number you want to call.
2. } More } Call priority and select a priority. The number
is called.
You can use telephone banking services or control an answering
machine by sending tone signals (also known as DTMF tones
or touch tones) during a call.
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• To send the tones, press the keys
,
or
.
• To clear the screen after the call is finished, press
.
• To turn the tones on or off during a call, press
in standby
and select Turn off tones or Turn on tones.
Messaging
This chapter gives information about the types of messages
supported in your phone as well as a complete Messaging
glossary.
You will find instructions on how to send, read and manage
text messages (SMS), picture messages (MMS) and email.
Details about Area Information (traffic reports etc.) and Cell
Information (important information from your network operator)
exist. Please contact your service provider for more information
about these services.
Text messages (SMS)
Text messages are sent via SMS (Short Messaging Service).
Text messages can contain simple pictures, animations,
melodies and sound effects. Text messages can be sent
to one person, several recipients or to a group of recipients
that you have saved in the phonebook %37 Groups.
Note: If you send a text message to a group, you are charged
for each member of that group.
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Messaging
Before you start
First make sure that the number of your service centre is set.
The number is supplied by your service provider and is usually
saved on the SIM card.
To set the service centre number
1. } Messaging } Settings } SMS } Service centre.
If the service centre number is saved on the SIM card,
it is shown in the list.
2. If there is no number in the list } Add and enter the number,
including the international “+” sign and country code } Save.
Sending text messages
For information about entering letters %21 Entering text.
Note: Some language-specific characters use more space.
For some languages you can deactivate National chars.
to save space. %23 Options when entering letters
To write and send a text message
1. } Messaging } Create message } SMS.
2. Write your message } Continue. If you want to save the
message for later, press
} Yes to save it in Drafts.
3. } Enter phone no. and enter the recipient’s phone number,
or } Phonebook look up to retrieve a number or a group
from the phonebook. To enter an email address } Enter
email address. A list below the send options shows the
last 10 recipients. You can also select a recipient from this
list. } Send.
To insert an item in a text message
1. } Messaging } Create message } SMS.
2. While writing your message } More } Add item.
3. Select Picture, Sound effect, Melody, Animation,
Templates or Picture (other).
4. Select an item.
Formatting text
You can change the style, size and alignment of the text,
and create new paragraphs.
Note: Text formatting only applies when Latin characters
are used.
To format the text in a text message
1. } Messaging } Create message } SMS.
2. While writing your message } More } Text format.
Then select Text size, Text style, Alignment
or New paragraph.
3. Select a text format.
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Receiving text messages
To save a message to the SIM card
When you receive a text message, a message alert sounds.
} Messaging } Inbox } More } Save message
} Saved messages.
} Yes to read the text message or } No if you want to read
the message later.
While reading the text message you can, for example, go to
a Web address found in the text message, save a picture found
in the text message or listen to a sound inserted in the text
message.
When you have read the text message } More to view a list
of options. Press
to close the text message.
Calling a number in a text message
You can call a phone number that appears in a text message.
To call a number in a text message
Select the phone number } Call.
Saving and deleting text messages
Text messages are saved in the phone memory. When the phone
memory is full, you must delete messages or move them to the
SIM card to be able to receive new messages. Messages that
you have saved on the SIM card remain there until you
delete them.
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To save an item from a text message
1. Select the phone number, Web address, picture or sound
that you want to save in the message } More.
2. If you have selected to save a phone number } Use
} Save number. If you have selected a Web address
} Save bookmark, a picture } Save picture,
a sound } Save sound.
To save or delete several messages
1. } Messaging and select a folder.
2. Select a message } More } Mark several.
3. Scroll and select more messages by pressing Mark
or Unmark.
4. Press More } Save messages or press More
} Delete messages.
To delete a message
} Messaging } Inbox } More } Delete.
To delete all messages
} Messaging } Inbox } More } Delete all msgs.
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Long messages
Message options
The number of characters that a text message can contain
depends on the language you are writing in. You can send a
longer message by linking two or more messages. Please note
that you are charged for each of the messages linked in a long
message. You may not receive all parts of a long message at
the same time.
You can set a default value for several message options or
choose the settings each time you send a message. You can,
for example, request a delivery report, select what type of text
message you want to send or set how long a message should
be valid. For details about the message options
%52 Messages glossary.
Note: Check with Swisscom Mobile Customer Care for
the maximum number of messages that can be linked.
To set a default text message option
To turn long messages on
To set a message option for a specific message
} Messaging } Settings } SMS } Max. msg length
} Edit } Max. available.
Templates
If you have one or more messages that you send often, you can
save these as templates. Your phone has predefined templates,
but you can also create your own.
To create a template
1. } Messaging } Templates } New template } Add
} Text.
2. Write the message } OK.
3. Enter a title for the message } OK.
} Messaging } Settings } SMS and select an option.
1. When you have selected a recipient to send your text
message to } More } Advanced.
2. Select the option that you want to change } Edit and select
a new setting.
3. } Done when you have changed the options.
To check the delivery status of a sent message
} Messaging } Sent messages and select a text message
} View } More } View status.
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Picture messages (MMS)
Picture messages can contain text, pictures, video clips,
camera pictures, melodies and sound recordings and are sent
via MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). You must have a
subscription that supports MMS, and the receiver of the picture
message must also have support for MMS. Picture messages
can be sent to a mobile phone or an email account.
Before sending a picture message, you can select from different
options to adjust and enhance your message. You can, for
example, preview the entire message or a single page in the
message, add a background colour or change the timing for the
message. The size of the message is displayed in the top right
corner of the screen.
Before you start
You can also enhance individual items in the message, for
example, adjust item timing, add colour to text and change the
text size. For details about options %52 Messages glossary.
Before sending a picture message, make sure that:
To write and send a picture message
1. The address to your message server is set } Messaging
} Settings } MMS } Message server.
2. You have entered the correct settings } Messaging
} Settings } MMS } Internet profile. Select a profile
or New profile. If you do not have the required settings,
please contact Swisscom Mobile Customer Care.
1. } Messaging } Create message } MMS } Add to view
a list of items to add to your message. Select an item.
2. } Add to add more items to the message.
3. } More to view and select options to enhance the message.
4. To enhance individual items in the message, highlight an
item and press the left selection key.
5. When you have finished writing your message } More
} Send.
6. } Enter phone no. and enter the recipient’s phone number,
or } Phonebook look up to retrieve a number or a
group from the phonebook. To enter an email address
} Enter email address. A list below the send options shows
the last 10 recipients. You can also select a recipient from
this list.
Writing and sending picture messages
When composing a picture message, you select from different
items to format your message. The different items are: Camera
(take a picture or record a video clip), Picture (choose from
existing pictures), Text, Sound, Video (choose from existing
video clips) and Sound recording (record a sound). You can
send your business card as an attachment in a picture message.
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7. If needed } More to select additional send options. You can
select Add recipient or Recipients to add more recipients,
Edit subject to change the subject, Advanced to select
a send option which is specific for this message
or Add attachment.
8. } Send.
To make a call while writing a picture message
1. While writing your message } More } Make a call.
2. Enter or retrieve a phone number } Call. You return
to the message.
3. To end the call } More } End call.
Default message options
You can, for example, request read reports or delivery reports
and set a validity period for picture messages. These settings
are valid for all picture messages that you send. For details
about the default message options %52 Messages glossary.
To set a default message option
} Messaging } Settings } MMS and select one
of the options.
Receiving picture messages
When you receive a picture message, a message alert sounds.
} Yes to read or play the message. Press Stop to stop the
message. When you have read the message } Reply to reply
immediately or } More to view a list of options. Press
to close the message.
Save items from a picture message
When you have viewed a picture message } More
} Save items and select an item from the list that
appears } Save.
Delete picture messages
Picture messages are saved in the phone memory.
When the phone memory is full, you must delete
messages to be able to receive new messages.
To delete a message
1. } Messaging and select a folder.
2. Select the message } More } Delete. You can also
press
to delete the entire message.
To delete several messages
1. } Messaging and select a folder.
2. Select a message } More } Mark several.
3. Scroll and select more messages by pressing Mark
or Unmark.
4. } More } Delete messages.
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To delete all messages
To create a signature
} Messaging and select a folder } More } Delete all msgs.
1. } Messaging } Settings } MMS } Signature
} Add new signature } Add.
2. } Add to view a list of items to add to your signature.
Select an item.
3. } Add to add more items to the signature.
4. } More } Save signature to save the signature.
Templates
You can base your message on one of the predefined
templates. You can also add new templates.
To use a predefined template for a picture message
1. } Messaging } Templates and select a template } Use.
2. } Add to make changes or add new items.
3. } More } Send to send the message.
Note: The signature adds to the total size of the picture
message.
To create a new template for a picture message
} Messaging } Settings } MMS } Signature
} My signature to include a signature in all new picture
messages you write, or No signature not to include a signature.
If you have selected No signature, you can still add a signature
each time you want to use it by adding it when you write the
message.
1. } Messaging } Templates } New template } Add
} MMS } Select.
2. } Add to add new items.
3. } More } Save template } Select to save the template.
4. You can now edit the title of the template. Then confirm by
pressing OK.
Signatures
You can create a signature to add to your picture messages.
Signatures can cover one page and contain the same items
as a picture message, as well as Web links and phone numbers.
The recipient can highlight a Web address or a phone number
in the signature and browse to the address or call the number.
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To turn on or off the signature
To add a signature to a picture message
If you have selected not to include a signature as default,
you can add a signature while writing your message, } Add
} Signature.
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Automatic download
To send a postcard
You can select how you want your picture messages
to be downloaded.
1. } Messaging } Create message } Postcard.
2. Select Picture to add a picture to your postcard, or
Camera picture if you want to take a picture to include
in the postcard.
3. Write a message to accompany the picture } OK.
4. } Send } Address: to enter name and address, or you
can either select Phonebook look up to retrieve a contact,
or select a recipient from the list of previous recipients.
5. When you have entered name and address } OK } Send.
The picture and message will be printed on a postcard and
sent to the address that you select.
} Messaging } Settings } MMS } Auto download
to view the following:
• Always – your phone automatically downloads messages
to your phone as soon as they come to your network
operator’s server. This is default.
• Ask in roaming – you will be asked if you want to
download messages when you are using a network
other than your network operator’s.
• Never in roam. – the messages are never downloaded
when you are using a network other than your network
operator’s.
• Always ask – you will always be asked if you want
to download messages, regardless of the network used.
• Off – new messages appear in the inbox as icons.
Select the message } View } Yes to download.
Note: You can always download previously not downloaded
messages in the Inbox by highlighting the message } View.
Postcard
As part of Vodafone live! you can have a message with picture
and text delivered as a postcard to a street address.
More ways of sending postcards
Another way of sending a postcard is to use the phonebook by
selecting a contact, More } Send message } As Postcard.
You can also create a postcard by selecting My Items
} Pictures. Select a picture } More } Send } As Postcard.
To view a sent postcard
} Messaging } Sent messages and highlight the message
} View.
Note: Visit www.swisscom-mobile.ch for details. This service
is not available in all countries.
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Email
You can use your phone to send and receive email messages.
Please note that you need a subscription that supports data
transmission. For more information, contact Swisscom
Customer Services.
The necessary settings for Mail have been pre-configured
in your phone. However, you must configure your personal
Mail user name and password. If you are not a Mail customer,
visit www.swisscom-mobile.ch for more information or call
Swisscom Customer Services. %65 Setting up Internet and
email.
To configure username and password
1. } Messaging } Email } Settings.
2. Highlight the account } More } Edit account.
3. Enter username and password } Save.
For details about the settings %52 Messages glossary.
Writing and sending email messages
When writing and sending your email message, you can select
from several options to accompany your message. For details
about the options %52 Messages glossary.
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} Messaging } Email } Inbox } Send&rec } (when the
inbox is empty) or } Messaging } Email } Inbox } More
} Send & receive offers the fastest way to send, or check for,
new email messages.
Note: The number of email messages that can be saved depends
on how much memory is left in the phone. All email messages
are also saved on your email server, and you can view both
older and newer messages on the server.
To write and send an email message
1. } Messaging } Email } Create message.
2. Write the subject for your message } Continue and then
the text } Continue.
3. Enter email address to enter an email address or
Phonebook look up to retrieve an address from your
phonebook. You can also select an address from the list
of previous recipients (if any).
4. Send to send your email message or More to view a list
of options for your message. You can, for example, add an
attachment containing a picture, video clip, sound or your
business card.
To receive and read email messages
1. } Messaging } Email } Inbox } Send&rec (when inbox
is empty) or } Messaging } Email } Inbox } More
} Send & receive to download new messages.
2. Go to the Inbox and select a message to read it.
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To reply to an email message
To delete an email message (POP3 users)
1. Open the email message } Reply.
2. Write your message. } More to view options for the message.
3. } Send to send the message.
1. } Messaging } Email } Inbox and select the message
} More.
2. Select Mark for deletion. The message is deleted the next
time you connect to your email server. If you want to delete
several messages } Mark several. Scroll and select more
messages by pressing Mark or Unmark. } More
} Mark for deletion.
To save an email address or a phone number in an email
message
1. Select the email address or phone number that you want
to save } More.
2. If you have selected to save an email address
} Save email. If you have selected to save a phone
number } Use } Save number.
To save an email message
1. Open the email message } More } Save message.
2. The message is saved in Saved email in the Email menu.
To save several email messages
1. } Messaging } Email.
2. Select a message } More } Mark several.
3. Scroll and select more messages by pressing Mark
or Unmark.
4. } More } Save messages.
To delete an email message (IMAP4 users)
1. } Messaging } Email } Inbox and select the message
} More.
2. } Mark for deletion. The message is marked for deletion
on the server. If you want to delete several messages
} Mark several. Scroll and select more messages by
pressing Mark or Unmark. } More } Mark for deletion.
3. } More } Clear inbox. and press With send & rec.
or No send & rec. to delete messages.
Area and cell information
Area information is a type of text message (for example, a local
traffic report) that is sent to all subscribers within a certain
network area. When you receive an area information message,
the message automatically appears on the screen. Press Save
to save the message in your inbox, or Discard to delete the
message.
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The cell information channel is used by some network operators
to send messages about a certain network area to their
subscribers within that area.
To turn area information on or off
} Messaging } Settings } Area info } Reception.
Note: Please consult your service provider for more information
about area information.
To turn on the cell information channel
} Messaging } Settings } Area info } Cell information.
Messages glossary
Options and settings for text, picture and email messages
are listed below:
• Accept messages – select which messages you want
to accept and download.
• Add attachment – add, for example, pictures, sounds,
themes, video clips, business cards or recordings to
a message.
• Auto download – select how you want your picture
messages to be downloaded %49 Automatic download.
• Check interval – select how often you want the phone to
connect to your email server and check for incoming email
messages.
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• Connect using – select which data account to use when
connecting to a specific email account.
• Content alert – give a warning when messages are larger
than 30Kb.
• Copy outgoing – select if you want email messages sent
from your phone also to be sent to an email address of your
choice. This way, your sent messages are copied and can be
saved for future reference.
• Creation mode – select settings for content in picture
messages. The recipient may not be able to view some
content.
• Delivery report – request a status report to check
if a message has been delivered.
• Download – select whether to receive headers and text
or headers only in email messages.
• Incoming port – if needed, change the number of the port
used by the protocol you are using.
• Incoming server – enter the name or IP address of the
service provider for incoming email messages. For example,
mail.server.com or 10.1.1.1.
• Internet profile – select Internet settings specific
for picture messaging.
• Mailbox – enter a username for your email account.
• Message server – enter the message server or service
centre address for picture messages.
• Outgoing port – if needed, change the number of the port
used by the SMTP protocol.
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• Outgoing server – enter the name or IP address of the
SMTP server to be able to send email messages.
• Page timing – set the duration in seconds that the page
will be shown on the recipient’s display.
• Password – enter a password for your email account.
Your service provider may alternatively request a password
on connection.
• Picture – add a picture, or replace with an alternative,
from the Pictures folder.
• Priority – set the message priority, select High, Normal
or Low.
• Preview – view the entire picture message before sending it.
• Preview page – view a specific page in the picture
message, without having to play the entire message.
• Protocol – select POP3 or IMAP4.
• Read report – request confirmation that the message
has been read.
• Request reply – include a reply request if you want
the recipient of your message to reply.
• Save in Drafts – save the email message
in the Drafts folder.
• Save in Outbox – save the email message
in the Outbox folder.
• Set priority – set the message priority, select High,
Normal or Low.
• Signature – select if you want to add your business card
to your email messages.
• SMS type – the phone supports different types of messages.
Your service provider may offer the facility of converting a
text message into a format (email or fax, for example) that
suits the equipment that is going to receive the message.
• Sound – add a sound, or replace with an alternative,
from the Sounds folder.
• Subject: – write a title for your message.
• Timing – set how many seconds you want an item
in a message to be displayed.
• Validity period – if your message cannot be delivered,
for example, if the recipient has turned off the phone, your
service centre can save the message to send it later.
• Video – add a video clip, or replace with an alternative,
from the Videos folder.
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Pictures and sounds
Introduction to camera and video
recorder
Here you can see how to take photos and record video clips.
These can be sent as messages or uploaded to a personal
album on Vodafone live! With the Postcard function, you can
learn how to send photos as a traditional postcard.
You can also see how to compose your own melodies using
MusicDJ™ and record sounds with the sound recorder.
Your phone has a digital Motion Eye™ camera which also
works as a video recorder. The camera lens can be rotated
to point inwards towards you, or outwards, away from you.
You turn on the camera by pressing and holding
on
the side of the camera. You can easily switch between
the camera and the video recorder by pressing
or
.
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You can take pictures, record video clips, save and view them
and send them as email attachments or in picture messages
via MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). To do this, you need
a subscription that supports these services. Please check with
Swisscom Mobile Customer Care.
You can also use a picture as a screen saver or as wallpaper,
or save it together with a contact in your phonebook so that the
picture appears when that person calls %28 To add a picture
or a ringtone to a contact.
Before you start
The phone that you are sending the picture or video clip
to needs to support data transmission and picture messaging
in order to receive and show the picture or video clip.
Before you send a picture or video clip using picture messaging
make sure that:
Light
Your phone has a light which is placed around the lens. To take
pictures or record video clips in a dimly lit environment, press
to turn on the camera light. To turn off the camera light,
press
again. If you do not turn the light off, it will be
deactivated after a while, in order to save battery.
Warning!
Do not look directly at the camera light diodes of the phone
using a magnification device. Failure to comply with this
warning may damage your eyes.
Taking pictures and recording videos
When the phone is opened you can use the camera to take
pictures or to record video clips.
• You have set the address to your message server for picture
messaging and that Internet settings are entered in your
phone, %46 Picture messages (MMS).
Before you send a picture or video clip using email make
sure that:
• You have entered settings for a data account and
for an email account in your phone, %50 Email.
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To take pictures and record video clips with
the phone open
• Press
to switch to camera if video recorder is activated.
} Capture to take a picture. When the lens is turned
outwards the picture is automatically adjusted to the
correct orientation: heads up, feet down. In the top right
corner of the screen, a counter shows the number of
pictures you can still save. The smaller the picture size,
the more pictures you can save. To delete a picture you
have taken, press
. To save the picture and return
to the viewfinder, press
. Camera pictures are saved
in My Items } Pictures } Camera pictures.
• Press
to switch to video recorder if the camera is
activated. } Record to start the recording. You record
video clips with the phone held in a vertical position.
} Pause if you want to pause during the recording.
To delete a video clip you have recorded, press
.
To save the video clip and return to the viewfinder,
press
. Camera video clips are saved in My Items
} Videos } Camera video clips.
To use the zoom
Press
to zoom in on the subject. Press
to zoom out.
To adjust brightness
Press and hold
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to activate the camera.
Use the volume buttons on the side of the phone to increase
or decrease brightness.
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Taking pictures with the phone closed
You can take pictures in two ways: either with the phone
closed, or open. With the phone closed, the external display
works as a viewfinder.
To take a self-portrait
Note: You cannot change any settings when taking pictures
with the phone closed, except for the adjusting of brightness.
To take pictures with the phone closed
1. Press and hold the camera button to activate the camera.
2. Press the camera button to take a picture. The picture
is displayed and saved in My Items.
3. Press the camera button again to return to the viewfinder
mode.
The camera (when used with the phone closed) is deactivated
15 seconds after you last press a button.
Note: If you open the phone while using the camera,
the viewfinder automatically switches to the screen
(the main display).
1. Hold the phone as shown in the illustration, i e with
the viewfinder turned towards you.
2. Press and hold the camera button on the side of the phone
to activate the camera.
3. Make sure that you have selected the camera, and not the
video recorder. (Press
to switch to the camera if the
video recorder is activated.) Press the camera button again
to take the picture.
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Camera options
Video options
When the camera is activated press More to view more options.
When the video recorder is activated press More to view more
options.
Note: All phones that support pictures can receive the picture
size 160x120. Some phones that support pictures cannot
receive the picture sizes 640x480 and 1280x1024. The best
picture size to view on a PC is 1280x1024.
Options before you take a picture:
• View all pictures – view all your pictures.
• Panorama – you can create a panorama picture by
taking a series of three pictures that are merged into
one picture. For best result, make sure that the pictures
you take overlap.
• Picture size – choose between 160x120, 640x480
and 1280x1024 pixels.
• Night mode – enhance picture quality with longer
exposure time.
• Effects – select different effects for your picture.
• Frames – add a frame to your picture.
• Picture quality – select quality for your picture. The
higher the quality, the more memory capacity is required.
• Self-timer – the picture is taken a few seconds later.
• Save to – select where to save pictures taken with
the camera.
• Reset file no. – reset the numbering of the pictures
taken with the camera, which are saved on the Memory
Stick Duo.
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• View all clips – view all your video clips.
• Video size – choose between 176x144
and 128x96 pixels.
• Night mode – enhance video clip quality with longer
exposure time.
• Effects – select different effects for your video clip.
• Recording time – set the length for your video clip.
If you select For picture msg the video clip fits in
a picture message.
• Save to – select where to save video clips recorded
with the video recorder.
Saving pictures and video clips
When you have taken a picture or recorded a video clip,
the phone automatically saves it. Pictures that you take
are saved in the Camera pictures subfolder, and clips
you record are saved in the Camera video clips subfolder.
If Memory Stick full is displayed, you cannot save any more
pictures or video clips on the Memory Stick Duo until you have
deleted an item from it. %24 My Items.
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Sending pictures and video clips
Postcard
When you have taken a picture or recorded a video clip, you
can send them instantly in a picture message. To exchange
pictures and video clips using other transfer methods
%61 Exchanging pictures.
As part of Vodafone live! you can have a message with picture
and text delivered as a postcard to a street address.
To take and send a picture
1. Press and hold the camera button to activate the camera.
Press
to switch to the camera if the video recorder
is activated.
2. Take a picture by pressing Capture.
3. } Send and create your picture message.
To record and send video clips
1. Press and hold the camera button to activate the camera.
Press
to switch to the video recorder if the camera
is activated.
2. } Record to start the video recording. } Stop to end
the recording.
3. When you have finished the recording, select Play to view
the video clip or Send and create your picture message
to send the video clip. If you want to delete the recording,
press
.
To send a postcard
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Take the picture by pressing Capture.
} Send } As Postcard.
} Add } Text to add a message to accompany the picture.
Write your message } OK.
} Send } Address: to enter name and address, or you
can either select Phonebook look up to retrieve a contact,
or select a recipient from the list of previous recipients.
6. When you have entered name and address } OK } Send.
The picture and message will be printed on a postcard and
sent to the address that you select.
Note: Visit www.swisscom-mobile.ch for details. This service
is not available in all countries.
More ways of sending postcards
You can also create a postcard by selecting My Items
} Pictures. Select a picture } More } Send } As Postcard.
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Album
With Vodafone live!, you can save pictures in a Web-based
album. This is useful if you are running out of phone memory,
or if you wish to share your pictures with friends in a virtual
album that they (and you) can access on the Web. You can
upload a picture in the following ways:
To upload a picture
• } My Items } Pictures, select a picture, More } Send
} live! Album.
• From the camera, Capture } Send } live! Album.
• You can also upload a message by selecting a folder in
Messaging, highlight a message, More } live! Album.
Note: Visit www.swisscom-mobile.ch for details. This service
is not available in all countries.
Pictures
Your phone comes with a number of pictures. You can delete
the pictures that come with your phone if you, for example,
want to free memory. All pictures are saved in My Items
} Pictures. You can:
• Have a picture as wallpaper and as screen saver.
• Assign a picture to a contact in the phonebook.
%28 To add a picture or a ringtone to a contact
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• Exchange pictures using Bluetooth wireless technology,
the infrared port, cable, picture messages or email.
• Upload pictures to the Vodafone live! Album.
%60 Album.
Animations
You can save animations in your phone. Animations
are handled like pictures.
Handling pictures
You can add, edit, or delete pictures in My Items. The number
of pictures that you can save depends on the size of the pictures.
File types supported are GIF, JPEG, WBMP, PNG and BMP.
To view your pictures
1. } My Items } Pictures.
2. The pictures are shown in thumbnail view. To get a full view
} View.
To display pictures in a slide show
You can view your pictures automatically using the slide show
function.
} My Items } Pictures and scroll to a picture. } View
} More } Slide show }. To pause } Pause. To resume
} Resume. To stop } Exit.
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To view information about a picture or a video clip
To display information about a picture or video clip,
} My Items } Pictures } More } Information.
Key
Function
up
Key
Function
right down
To download a picture
down
1. } My Items } Pictures } Go to.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.
To edit and save a picture
Editing pictures
Function
1. } My Items } Pictures and scroll to the picture you want
} View } More } Edit. You can now start to edit the
picture. To edit pictures taken with the camera, you must
select 160x120 or 320x240 as picture size.
2. } More } Save picture to save the picture.
activate tool
left
Exchanging pictures
select tool
left up
select colour
left down
exit the picture
editor
right
undo
right up
When editing pictures, press
or use the keys as follows:
Key
Function
,
Key
,
or
,
You can exchange pictures using Bluetooth wireless technology,
the infrared port, cable, picture messages or email. Please
note that you are not allowed to exchange copyright-protected
material. For more information on sending pictures in messages
%46 Picture messages (MMS).
To send a picture
1. } My Items } Pictures and scroll to the picture you want
} More } Send.
2. Select a transfer method.
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To receive and save a picture
Screen saver and wallpaper
1. Open the message you received the picture in, or turn on
Bluetooth or the infrared port if these transfer methods are
being used to send the picture.
2. If you received the picture in a message } More
} Save picture. If you received the picture via Bluetooth
or the infrared port, follow the instructions that appear
on the screen.
The phone has a screen saver, which is activated automatically
when the phone has been in idle mode for a few seconds. After
a few more seconds, the screen saver changes to sleep mode,
to save power. Press any key on the keypad and the screen
turns on again. If you have a picture as wallpaper, this picture
is shown in standby mode. You can select wallpaper both for
the screen, and for the external display.
Remote screen
To use a picture as screen saver
You can view your pictures on a remote screen, for example,
a TV, when using a compatible Bluetooth adaptor. The adaptor
is an accessory, and not included in the box. Please refer to
the adaptor user guide for information on how to connect your
phone and the remote screen. You can then use the phone to
control the screen. Use the slide show function to show several
pictures in succession.
1. } Settings } the Display tab } Screen saver } Picture.
2. Select the picture you want to use as screen saver.
To connect to a remote screen
My Items } Applications or Games, highlight
a Java application } More } As screen saver.
1. } My Items } Pictures and scroll to the picture you want
} View } More } Remote screen.
2. The phone searches for other Bluetooth devices and a list of
available devices is displayed. Select the device you want to
use. For more information about connecting using
Bluetooth, %75 Bluetooth™ wireless technology.
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You can also use some Java applications as screen savers.
You must close these kinds of screen savers from within
the Java application.
To use a Java application as screen saver
To set a picture as wallpaper for the screen
} Settings } the Display tab } Main wallpaper } Picture
and select the picture you want to use as wallpaper.
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To set a picture as wallpaper for the external display
} Settings } the Display tab } External wallpaper
} Picture and select the picture you want to use as wallpaper.
To set screen savers and wallpapers from My Items
} My Items } Pictures, highlight a picture } More } Use
} As screen saver, Extern. wallpaper or Main wallpaper.
Sending and receiving
You can send and receive melodies in several ways, for
example using Bluetooth wireless technology, the infrared port,
email or text or picture messages.
Note: You cannot send a polyphonic melody or an MP3 file
in a text message.
To send a melody
Composing melodies
You can compose and edit melodies to use as ringtones using
MusicDJ™. A melody consists of four tracks – Drums, Basses,
Chords and Accents. A track contains a number of music
blocks. The blocks consist of pre-arranged sounds with different
characteristics. The blocks are grouped into Intro, Verse,
Chorus and Break. You compose a melody by adding music
blocks to the tracks.
To compose a melody
1. } Organizer } MusicDJ™.
2. Choose to Insert, Copy and Paste blocks to compose
your melody. Use
,
,
or
to move between
the blocks. Press
to delete a block. } More to view
more options.
To edit a previously created melody
} My Items } Sounds and select the melody } More } Edit.
1. } My Items } Sounds and select a melody.
2. } More } Send and select a transfer method.
To receive a melody
1. Open the message you received the melody in, or turn
on Bluetooth or the infrared port if these transfer methods
are being used to send the melody.
2. When you receive the melody, follow the instructions that
appear on the screen.
Sound recorder
With the sound recorder, you can record either your own
memos or calls. Recorded sounds can also be set as ringtones.
All participants in a call are automatically recorded. When
recording a call conversation, the recording is stopped if any
participant ends the call, and when recording a sound, the
recording stops automatically if you receive a call. Recordings
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Pictures and sounds
are automatically saved on the Memory Stick Duo if it is
inserted, or in the phone, and can be accessed even if you
change your SIM card.
Note: In some countries or states it is required by law that you
inform the other person before recording the call.
To start a sound recording
To listen to your recordings
1. } My Items } Sounds and select the recording you want
to hear.
2. } Play to listen to the recording. Press
and
to go to the previous or the next recording. Press
and hold
or
to rewind or fast forward.
3. } Stop to stop playback.
1. } Organizer } Record sound.
2. Wait until you hear a tone. When the recording starts,
Recording is displayed together with the time of the current
recording (increasing).
To end and play a sound recording
} Save to end the recording, and } Play to listen to the
recording.
To view recording options
} More to view the following options:
Record new, Send, Rename, Delete, Recorded sounds.
The recording stops automatically if you receive a call, or when
the call ends. You hear a tone a few seconds before the
memory is full.
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Vodafone live! and Internet
Vodafone live! offers pictures, video clips, ringtones and games
all of which can be easily downloaded with the Internet browser.
Use the media player to stream video and sound to your phone,
and play and organize your video and sound files.
Vodafone live!
Vodafone live! is your mobile Internet portal – full of information
downloads, games, music and services. It is easy to use, and
because the GPRS or even faster UMTS connection can be
“always on” there is no wait for dialling up. You pay only for
data you send or receive, not for how long you are connected.
Connect to
Vodafone live!
Press the
Vodafone live! key (in standby) to connect to
the Vodafone live! main menu. To exit, press and hold
.
You can also go to the Vodafone live! offline Web page –
Favourites. This menu is offline, so you will not be connected
until you choose a link. The following describes some of the
services you can choose:
Vodafone live! services
• More sounds – download sounds and ringtones
• More pictures – download pictures, animations and wallpaper
• More games – download new games to your phone
• Video & Audio – download or stream video and music clips
• More themes – download a new look for your phone’s
menus
• Media Album – online storage for your pictures and sounds
• Mail – a single mailbox for all your email messages,
voicemail and faxes
• News – get the latest news reports and weather forecasts
• Sport – news, results, and latest scores
• Search – find what you need in Vodafone live!
Tip! Vodafone live! is growing and changing all the time, so
these options may vary. Keep checking it out to see what’s new.
Internet
Setting up Internet and email
In order to use the Internet, and send and receive picture
and email messages, you need the following:
• A phone subscription that supports data transmission.
• Settings entered in your phone.
• The first time you use these functions, you may also have
to register as an Internet/email user.
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Vodafone live! and Internet
However, your phone has already been customized to give
access to Vodafone live! – Swisscom Mobile mobile Internet
portal. You should already be registered, and do not need to
change or configure any settings. If you have problems connecting
to Vodafone live!, the Internet or using email, please visit the
Web site www.swisscom-mobile.ch or call the Hotline.
Simply use the navigation key to highlight the item you want to
select, then press
to open that page. Press
to go back
a page. } More to view more browsing options.
Using Internet
Options when browsing
Press More to view different browsing options. The options
may vary depending on the site you are visiting.
Your phone has a browser that uses WAP (Wireless Application
Protocol) or HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) to bring
Internet to your mobile phone.
To stop browsing
Press More and select Exit browser.
The options menu always contains the following:
To select Internet profile
1. } Connectivity } Internet settings } Internet profiles.
2. Select the WAP/HTTP profile you want to use.
To start browsing
Press the Vodafone live! key
on your phone, or scroll
to Favourites, and select a service or press More for the
following:
• Go to one of your bookmarks: } Favourites } More
} Bookmarks } Go to.
• Enter the address of a Web site: } Favourites } More }
Enter address } New address to enter a new Web
page address or select one of the 10 latest entered
addresses. When you enter a Web page address, the
normal http:// prefix is not needed.
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• Exit browser – disconnect and go to standby.
• Downloading – list any suspended or ongoing downloads
from the Web.
• Go to the homepage set for the current Internet profile.
• Bookmarks – add the site you are currently browsing to
your list of bookmarks, or view the list of bookmarks for the
current profile. Select to stream music or videos.
• Enter address – enter the Web page address of a site you
want to visit.
• History – list of previously visited sites.
• Refresh page – refresh the contents of the Web page.
• Save – save the Web page or save a picture from the
Web page.
• Send link – send a link to the current site to another phone.
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• Appearance – customize the appearance of the current
Web page. Select whether pictures should be displayed on
the Web pages. Select whether sounds that are available
on the Web page should be played.
• Security status – display current security information.
• Make a call/End call – if your subscription supports it,
you can make a call while browsing the Internet by selecting
Make a call. Select End call to end the call and continue
browsing.
Note: If you highlight an email address when browsing
a Web site, you can send a text message to that address.
Using bookmarks
You use bookmarks in your mobile phone just as you do with
a PC Internet browser. You can create and edit bookmarks.
To create a bookmark
1. Browse to a Web or WAP page.
2. } More } New bookmark.
To use a bookmark
1. } Favourites } More } Bookmarks.
2. You can now do the following:
• Highlight a bookmark } Go to to browse to the Web
or WAP page you have defined for the bookmark.
• Highlight a bookmark } More to choose from more options.
Downloading
You can download, for example, pictures, themes, games
and ringtones, from Vodafone live! directly to your phone.
To download items
1. Press the Vodafone live! key on your phone. This will connect
you directly to Vodafone live!
2. Click on the Downloads link, and choose the item you want
to download. Follow the instructions to start downloading.
3. Your phone will automatically guide you through the process
of installing your downloaded items.
More download options
You can also download via My Items } Pictures or Sounds.
Selecting More Pictures will connect you directly to the Image
Download section of Vodafone live! (for wallpapers, etc.).
More Sounds connects you to the Sound Download section
(for ringtones, etc.). You can download games via Games
} More Games. This connects you to the Games Download
section.
Stored information
When browsing you can save information in your phone.
Note: It is advisable to clear any sensitive information about
previously visited Internet services. This is to avoid a security
risk if your phone is misplaced, lost or stolen.
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The following information can be saved:
Using applications for Java™
•
•
•
•
You can run applications for Java on your phone. A number of
applications for Java need to connect to the Internet to receive
information, for example, games that download new levels from
a game server or news applications that download instant news
from a web site.
Web pages.
Pictures from Web pages.
Cookies – improve site access efficiency.
Passwords – improve server access efficiency.
To save Web pages or pictures
1. When browsing, } More } Save.
2. Select Picture on page and follow the instructions
on the screen to save a picture from the Web page.
Select Web page to save the Web page.
You need an HTTP Internet profile to allow applications for Java
to connect to the Internet. Please contact Swisscom Mobile
Customer Care for the correct settings.
Pictures are saved in the Pictures folder in My Items
and Web pages are saved in the Web pages folder.
1. } Connectivity } Settings for Java™
} Internet profiles.
2. Select the HTTP profile you want to use.
To allow or clear cookies in your phone
1. } Connectivity } Internet settings } Cookies.
2. Select an option and confirm.
To clear the password list
1. } Connectivity } Internet settings } Clear passwords.
2. Select to confirm.
To select a profile for Java
Internet security
Your phone has support for both WAP and HTTP secure browsing.
To activate a secure connection to the WAP gateway you need
to turn on security in your Internet profile. If your Internet profile
is an HTTP profile, the connection will be secure if the
URL starts with https://.
Note: Security for a connection between a WAP gateway and
a service provider is the responsibility of the service provider.
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To turn on a secure connection (WAP)
To download pictures and ringtones
1. } Connectivity } Internet settings } Internet profiles.
2. Highlight a profile, } More } Settings.
3. Turn on security.
1. } My Items } Pictures
2. } More Pictures for images and wallpaper, or } Sounds
} More Sounds for ringtones and sounds.
3. Follow the instructions to download.
Trusted certificates
To establish a secure connection when using certain Internet
services, for example, banking or shopping, you need
certificates in your phone.
Trusted certificates are used to verify the WAP gateway that you
are trying to connect to. Your phone may already contain
trusted certificates when you buy it or you may be able to
download them.
To check the certificates in your phone
1. } Connectivity } Internet settings } Security.
2. Select Trusted cert.
Downloading
Change your phone whenever you want by downloading
new polyphonic ringtones, videos, games, applications
and wallpaper from Vodafone live!
When the UMTS icon is displayed, you will notice an immediate
difference – downloads are significantly faster.
To set a downloaded sound as your new ringtone, } My Items
} Sounds } More } Use } Set as ringtone.
To download games
1. } Games } More Games.
2. Follow the instructions to download.
live! Album
Picture upload
With Vodafone live! you can save pictures in a Web-based
album. This is useful if you are running out of phone memory,
or if you wish to share your pictures with friends in a virtual
album that they (and you) can access on the Web. You can
upload a picture in three ways.
To upload a picture
• } My Items } Pictures, select a picture, More } Send
} live! Album.
• From the camera, Capture } Send } live! Album.
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• You can also upload a message by selecting a folder in
Messages, highlight a message, More } live! Album.
Note: Visit www.swisscom-mobile.ch for details. This service
is not available in all countries.
The playlists All music and All videos are automatically
generated and contain all music and video files that are stored
in the phone memory and on the Memory Stick Duo. You cannot
delete or rename these playlists.
To create a playlist
Media player
The media player works as a music player and video player
all in one. You can play music and video clips that you receive
in a picture message, or that you download to your phone.
The following are supported by the media player: MP3, MP4,
UMTSP and WAV (with 16 kHz as maximum sample rate).
1. } Media Player } More } New playlist } enter the name
of the playlist } OK.
2. Select among the files that are available in My Items. You
can add several files at a time and you can search folders.
You can also add folders. All files in the selected folders will
be added to the playlist.
To add files to a playlist
Note: Turn the media player off before using voice dialling.
Scroll to and select the Media Player and press
to turn off.
1. } Media Player, select a playlist }Open } More
} Add media.
2. Select among the files that are available in My Items. You
can add several files at a time and you can search folders.
You can also add folders. All files in the selected folders will
be added to the playlist.
Playlists
To delete files from a playlist
To organize the media files that are stored in My Items you can
create playlists. A playlist can contain music as well as video
clips. Files in a playlist can be sorted by artist, title or by the
order the files were added to the playlist. You can add a file to
more than one playlist.
1. } Media Player, select a playlist } Open.
2. Select the file } More } Remove.
You can also stream music and videos from Web sites.
When streaming, links have to be UMTSPP compatible.
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Note: When you delete a file from the playlist, it is not deleted
permanently from the phone’s memory. You can add the file
to another playlist.
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To delete playlists
Media player control
} Media Player, select a playlist } More } Delete playlist.
• } Pause to pause the playback.
• Press
to skip forward to the next music track
or video clip.
• Press
to skip back to the previous music track
or video clip.
• Press and hold
and
to fast forward or rewind
when playing music tracks.
• Press
and
to scroll through the playlist during
playback. Files that are highlighted will not be selected
until you press Stop } Play.
• When a video clip is paused, press and hold
to play
the video in slow motion.
Note: When you delete a playlist, you do not delete any of the
files in the playlist. You can add those files to another playlist.
Music and video clips
To play music and videos
} Media Player and select a playlist } Open } Play.
The playlist keeps on playing until you press Pause or Stop.
Note: You can also play individual media files from the Sounds
folder in My Items. However, you can only play playlists from
the media player application.
To change play mode
1. } Media Player } More } Play mode.
2. Select:
• Shuffle on to play the playlist files in random order.
• Loop on to restart the playlist when the last file has been
played.
Note: You can also change the play mode from within
the playlists.
Media player options
} More to view the following options:
• New playlist – create a new playlist.
• Play mode – change the playback order of songs
and videos. Select loop or shuffle.
• Equalizer – change the settings of the treble and bass
when playing music.
• Rename – rename the playlist. You can only rename
user-created playlists.
• Delete playlist – delete the playlist. Only the playlist is
deleted; the files are still listed in My Items. You can only
delete user-created playlists.
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Media options
Video options
When you have selected a playlist, } More to view
the following options:
When you have selected a playlist, } More to view
the following options:
• Information – view information about the current track
or video.
• Add media – add files or folders to the playlist.
• Minimize – minimize the media player and return
to standby. The music continues to play and you can
use other applications and functions in the phone.
• Play mode – change the playback order of songs
and videos.
• Equalizer – change the settings of the treble
and bass when playing music.
• Sort – sort the playlist by artist, title or by the order
files were added to the playlist.
• Send song/Send video – send a sound or video file
using Bluetooth wireless technology, the infrared port,
text or picture messages or email.
• Remove – remove the file from the playlist.
• Information – view information about the current video.
• Play mode – change the playback order of videos.
• Send song/Send video – send a sound or video file
using Bluetooth wireless technology, the infrared port,
text or picture messages or email.
Online music and videos
You can view videos and listen to music that you find on
a Web site by streaming them to your phone. When browsing,
and when you have found a link for streaming, the media player
will open automatically when the link is selected.
In order to stream you must have a data account. Your phone
should be pre-configured with a data account. If it is not, please
visit the Web site www.swisscom-mobile.ch or call the Hotline.
To select data account
1. Scroll to Connectivity } Streaming settings.
2. Select the data account you want to use.
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To stream video and audio
1. } My Items } Videos } Video & Audio.
2. Follow the instructions to stream.
Links for streaming can be saved as bookmarks in the phone.
To save streamed links as bookmarks
During streaming } Save bookmark.
To stream saved music and videos
1. } Favourites } More } Bookmarks.
2. Select a link to stream. The media player will open
and play the streamed music or video.
Connectivity
You can connect your phone using Bluetooth™ wireless
technology, the infrared port or by using the USB cable that
comes with the phone.
When your phone is connected to another device, for example
a PC or another phone, you can synchronize phonebook and
calendar items, or transfer content between the phone and
the PC or between the phones.
You can use Bluetooth wireless technology to connect
accessories to your phone, for example portable handsfree
equipment.
Synchronizing
You can synchronize your phone contacts, appointments, tasks,
notes and email messages with similar programs in, for example,
a PC or mobile phone using Bluetooth wireless technology, the
infrared port or a cable (synchronization with nearby devices).
Synchronization software for your PC is available on the CD that
comes with the phone.
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You can also synchronize with programs on the Internet using
WAP or HTTP (remote synchronization with Internet services).
Please visit www.SonyEricsson.com/support to download
Getting started guides on synchronization, or contact Swisscom
Mobile Customer Care for more information about
synchronizing.
Note: When using USB, make sure you only use the USB cable
that comes with the phone.
To select sync order for names
} Phonebook } Options } Advanced } Sync. order
to select the order in which first and last name appear
in the phone when you synchronize contacts.
Synchronization with nearby devices
Install the PC synchronization software from the CD
that comes with your phone or download it from
www.SonyEricsson.com/support. For detailed information,
please refer to the PC synchronization software help.
Remote synchronization with Internet services
Contact Swisscom Mobile Customer Care for more information
about the services on the Internet with which you can
synchronize, and to receive username, password and addresses
for the different services. Swisscom may be able to send you
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the synchronization account settings in a message. You need to
have an Internet profile set in your mobile phone %65 Setting
up Internet and email.
To enter the remote synchronization settings
1. } Connectivity } Synchronization } New account.
If you do not have an account, you will be asked if you want
to create an account. } Yes to create a new account.
2. Enter a name for the new account } Continue. A list of
options to enter will appear. Add the server address of the
synchronization server, a server username and a server
password. } OK when you have entered each setting.
3. Select Connection and select the WAP or HTTP profile
that you want to use for the synchronization.
4. Select Remote initiation to set whether to allow
the synchronization server or other device to initiate
a synchronization or not. You can also choose to always
be asked.
5. Select Sync. interval to set how often you want the
phone to automatically connect to the server and start
a synchronization.
6. Select Applications and select the applications that you
want to synchronize, for example, Phonebook } OK.
7. Select Application settings and select application. Enter
the name of the database and, if required, your username
and password } OK.
8. Press
} Save to save your new account.
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To start the remote synchronization
Before you start
} Connectivity } Synchronization and select a remote
account } Start.
To communicate with another Bluetooth device, you first
need to turn Bluetooth on, make sure that your phone is visible
and add the device to the list of devices in your phone. You can
exchange items without adding the device to the list.
To synchronize with your PC, and to browse the Internet,
you also need to install software on your PC from the CD
that comes with your phone, or download it from
www.SonyEricsson.com/support.
To view a synchronization log
} Connectivity } Synchronization and select an account,
} More } View log.
Bluetooth™ wireless technology
Your phone has built-in Bluetooth™ wireless technology which
makes it possible for you to connect your phone wirelessly
to other Bluetooth devices such as a handsfree, PC or other
phones.
You can, for example, have a conversation via a cordless
Bluetooth handsfree or browse the Internet, wirelessly
connected via a mobile phone. You can automatically
synchronize information in your phone and your PC. You can
also exchange, for example, business cards, calendar items,
pictures, sounds and themes.
Bluetooth range
Your phone can communicate with other Bluetooth devices
within a range of up to 10 to 20 metres. The connection may
be improved if there are no solid objects in between your phone
and the other Bluetooth device.
Note: Please check if local laws or regulations restrict the use
of Bluetooth wireless technology. If Bluetooth is not allowed,
you must ensure that the Bluetooth function is turned off.
The maximum allowed Bluetooth radio output power in the
phone is automatically adjusted according to possible local
restrictions. This means that the range may vary.
To turn Bluetooth on
} Connectivity } Bluetooth } Turn on.
To add a device to your phone
1. } Connectivity } Bluetooth } My devices
} New device. The Bluetooth function
of the other device must also be turned on.
2. Press Add and your phone will search for all types
of available Bluetooth devices. Press More if you want
to select a specific type of device to search for.
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3. The phone searches for Bluetooth devices. A list of available
devices of the type you selected is then displayed. Select
a device.
4. If the device (for example, a headset) you are adding to your
phone has its own passcode, enter this passcode in your
phone. If not, create a passcode of digits yourself and enter
it in both devices.
To manage your listed devices
1. } Connectivity } Bluetooth } My devices.
2. Then select a device from the list and press More to view
a list of options.
Phone name
You can choose a name for your phone. This name is shown
in other devices when your phone is found, and it is also used
for the infrared port.
To enter a phone name
} Connectivity } Bluetooth } Phone name.
Visibility
In order for your phone to be found when searched for by other
Bluetooth devices, you must make sure that Bluetooth is turned
on and your phone is visible to other devices.
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To hide or show your phone when using Bluetooth
1. } Connectivity } Bluetooth } Visibility.
2. Select Show phone or Hide phone.
Sending and receiving items
To send or receive an item, for example, a contact from the
phonebook or a picture taken with the camera, using Bluetooth
wireless technology, you need to make sure that the devices
are within range. After you select Bluetooth as the transfer
method for sending, a list of possible receiving devices is
presented. First in the list will be the last device you were in
contact with and devices that have been previously added to
your phone. The phone also searches for other devices that
are shown in the list.
To send an item
1. } Phonebook and select a contact, when contacts
is default phonebook, More.
2. } Send contact } Via Bluetooth. The phone searches
for devices.
3. Select the device you want to send the item to and press
Send.
To receive an item
} Connectivity } Bluetooth } Turn on.
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When you receive the item, follow the instructions on the screen.
To direct sound when using a handsfree
Using the phone with a Bluetooth handsfree
1. } Connectivity } Bluetooth } Handsfree
} Incoming call.
2. Select Place in phone or Place in h-free.
To add a Bluetooth handsfree to your phone
Remote control
} Connectivity } Bluetooth } Handsfree. The first time
you add a handsfree, Add a handsfree device to use with
the phone? is displayed, press Yes.
You can use your phone as a remote control device to control
applications on a PC. For example, you can control a media
player or Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentations.
Note: Make sure that your phone is visible to other devices.
If you already have a handsfree in your list of devices,
} Connectivity } Bluetooth } Handsfree } My handsfree
} New handsfree, and press Add.
Transferring sound
When you are using a Bluetooth handsfree with your phone,
you can choose where the sound should be transferred during
a call. You can also select where the sound should be handled
when answering an incoming call with the keypad.
To transfer sound when using a handsfree
1. During a call, press
and select Transfer sound.
2. Select to transfer sound either to the phone or to other
handsfree devices that have been added to your phone.
To select remote control
1. } Connectivity } Bluetooth } Remote control.
2. Select the configuration file you want to use and the PC you
want to connect to.
File transfer
You can use a PC to view and transfer content contained
in My Items and on the Memory Stick Duo. You can use
the drag-and-drop functionality in your PC to:
• Transfer files from the phone to the PC.
• Transfer files from the PC to the phone.
• Delete files from the phone.
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File browsing
You can browse and retrieve the files contained in other
devices that support the server role of the file transfer profile.
To do this, you must first add the other device to your list of
My devices.
Note: To check whether the device has support for this specific
functionality, please refer to the list of Bluetooth services
available in the other device.
To turn the infrared port on
• From standby, press
} Turn on infrared
(infrared is turned on for 10 minutes), or
• } Connectivity } Infrared port } 10 minutes
to turn on infrared for 10 minutes only.
To connect two devices.
To browse files
1. } Connectivity } Bluetooth } My devices.
2. Select a device } Browse.
Infrared port
You can use the infrared port to establish contact between your
phone and a PC or another device equipped with an infrared
port. You can, for example, synchronize calendar items,
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and contacts.
Note: If you are connecting to a PC, please refer to its user
documentation.
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1. Place your phone as in the picture. The infrared port on
the phone must face the infrared port on the other device.
2. Your phone now establishes contact with the other device.
To send an item using the infrared port
(example: a contact)
1. Make sure that the infrared port of both devices is on.
} Phonebook and select a contact, when contacts
is default phonebook.
2. } More } Send contact } Via infrared.
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Transferring files using the USB cable
When you connect your phone to a PC using the USB cable,
you can view the phone’s Memory Stick as a drive on the PC.
Your phone has to be turned on.
Note: When using USB, make sure you only use the USB cable
that comes with the phone.
Settings
You can use settings to personalize your phone by changing the
appearance of the screen and changing the ringtone.
You can also use settings to protect your phone from
unauthorized use. Use the SIM card or phone lock features.
You can use the drag-and-drop functionality in your PC to:
•
•
•
•
Transfer files from the phone to the PC.
Transfer files from the PC to the phone.
Move and organize files on the Memory Stick Duo.
Delete files from the Memory Stick Duo.
Note: Your PC needs to have one of the following operating
systems to be able use this feature: Windows® 2000,
Windows ME, Windows XP and Mac OS X.
Setup wizard
You can use the setup wizard to help you get started with the
basic settings in your phone. If you do not want help the first
time you turn on your phone, you can choose to use the wizard
later. You can also select to start the wizard from the menu
system at any time. The wizard gives you tips on how to use
the keypad and guides you through some basic settings.
To start the setup wizard from the menu system
1. } Settings } the General tab } Setup wizard.
2. Select language for your phone.
3. To use the wizard } Yes and follow the instructions
that appear to complete the setup.
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Settings
Time and date
You can also set the time and date without using the setup
wizard. The time is always displayed in standby.
To set the time and date
• } Settings } the General tab } Time & date
} Time. Enter the time } Save.
• To set the time format (12-hour or 24-hour clock)
} Format and select an option.
• You can set the date and date format in Settings
} the General tab } Time & date } Date.
Advanced time settings
In Settings } the General tab } Time & date you can set
time zone and daylight saving time. If you have activated Auto
time zone, you are asked whether you want to update the time
when your phone changes network. If you press Yes, the time
is updated automatically.
Start-up screen and power save
When you turn your phone on or off, the start-up screen
appears. You can also set your own start-up screen.
Power save is designed to optimize standby time.
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To select a start-up screen
} Settings } the Display tab } Start-up screen and
select a picture for the start-up screen. You can also select
no start-up screen at all, or go back to the original one.
To set power save
} Settings } the General tab } Power save.
Themes
You can change the appearance of the screen, for example,
the colours and wallpaper, by using themes. Your phone comes
with some predefined themes. You cannot delete these, but
you can download new themes from Vodafone live!
To select or change a theme
} My Items } Themes and select a theme.
Exchanging themes
You can exchange themes using Bluetooth wireless technology,
the infrared port or email. Please note that you are not allowed
to exchange copyright-protected material.
To send a theme
1. } My Items } Themes and select a theme } More
} Send.
2. Select a transfer method.
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To download a theme
To select a ringtone
1. } My Items } Themes } More Themes.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.
} My Items, select a folder which contains sounds, for
example, Sounds, highlight a sound file } More } Use
} Set as ringtone, or }Settings } the Sounds & alerts
tab } Ringtone.
To receive and save a theme
1. Open the message you received the theme in, or turn
on Bluetooth or the infrared port if these transfer methods
are being used to send the theme.
2. When you receive the item, follow the instructions
that appear on the screen.
Ringtones and melodies
Your phone comes with a number of standard and polyphonic
melodies which can be used as ringtones. You can exchange
melodies via Bluetooth wireless technology, the infrared port
or cable. Please note that you are not allowed to exchange
copyright-protected material.
Note: If you want to use an MP3 file as a ringtone, you can only
use copyright-protected files specially designed as ringtones.
Please consult Swisscom Mobile Customer Care for more
information. If you select an MP3 file as ringtone, you cannot
use voice answering %34 Voice answering. Select a file type
other than MP3 to be able to use voice answering.
To turn the ringtone on or off
Press and hold
from standby. All signals except
the alarm signal are turned on or off.
To set the ringtone volume
1. } Settings } the Sounds & alerts tab } Volume
and press
or
to decrease or increase the volume.
2. } Save to save the setting.
To download a ringtone
1. } My Items } Sounds } More Sounds.
2. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Specific ringtones for personal calls
If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification (CLI)
service, you can assign a personal ringtone to up to ten callers,
%28 To add a picture or a ringtone to a contact.
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Settings
Vibrating alert
You can choose to be notified of an incoming call by the buzzing
of the vibrating alert. You can set:
You can reset all profile settings to the way they were set when
you bought your phone.
Automatic activation
• On – all the time.
• On if in Silent – on when the ring volume is turned off
or when you have set the phone to silent.
• Off – all the time.
Some profiles, for example In car, are automatically activated
when used with a specific accessory. When the accessory
is disconnected, the profile is changed back.
To set the vibrating alert
} Settings } the General tab } Profiles } Select profile.
} Settings } the Sounds & alerts tab } Vibrating alert
and select the setting you want.
To select a profile
To change a profile setting
Sounds and alerts options
} Settings } the General tab } Profiles } Edit profile
and select the setting that you want to change.
From Settings } the Sounds & alerts tab, you can set:
To rename a profile
• Message alert – select how you want to be notified
of an incoming message.
• Key sound – select what sound you want the keys to make
when you press them.
} Settings } the General tab } Profiles } Edit profile
} Profile name.
To reset all profile settings
} Settings } the General tab } Profiles } Reset profiles.
Profiles
Your phone has a number of predefined profiles to suit a certain
environment. For example, the ringtone is turned off in the
Meeting profile. You can add accessories to, rename or
change these profiles.
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SIM card lock
The SIM card lock protects your subscription, but not your
phone itself, from unauthorized use. If you change SIM cards,
the phone still works with the new SIM card.
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Settings
Most SIM cards are locked at the time of purchase. If the
SIM card lock is on, you have to enter a PIN (Personal Identity
Number) every time you turn on your phone.
If you enter your PIN incorrectly three times in a row,
the SIM card is blocked. This is indicated by the message
PIN blocked. To unblock it you need to enter your PUK
(Personal Unblocking Key). Your PIN and PUK are supplied
by Swisscom.
To unblock your SIM card
1. When PIN blocked is displayed, enter your PUK } OK.
2. Enter a new four- to eight-digit PIN } OK.
3. Re-enter the new PIN to confirm } OK.
To edit your PIN
} Settings } the General tab } Locks } SIM lock
} Change PIN.
To turn the SIM card lock on or off
1. } Settings } the General tab } Locks } SIM lock
} Protection and select On or Off.
2. Enter your PIN } OK.
Note: If the message Codes do not match appears, you
entered the new PIN incorrectly. If the message Wrong PIN
appears, followed by Old PIN:, you entered your old PIN
incorrectly.
Phone lock
The phone lock protects the phone against unauthorized use
if it is stolen and the SIM card is exchanged. It is not on when
you buy the phone. You can change the phone lock code (0000)
to any four- to eight-digit personal code.
Phone lock on
If the phone lock is on, the message Phone locked appears
each time you turn on the phone. You have to enter your code
followed by Yes to use your phone.
Automatic phone lock
If the phone lock is set to automatic, you do not need to enter
your phone lock code until a different SIM card is inserted in
the phone.
Note: It is important that you remember your new code. If you
should forget it, you have to hand in your phone to your local
Sony Ericsson retailer.
To set the phone lock
1. } Settings } the General tab } Locks } Phone lock
} Protection and select an alternative.
2. Enter the phone lock code } OK.
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More features
To edit your phone lock code
} Settings } the General tab } Locks } Phone lock
} Change code.
More features
This chapter lists a number of useful features that are available
to you. For example, learn how to use the calendar and how to
use tasks.
You will also receive instructions on how to use the timer,
the alarm clock, notes and the calculator. Included in the phone
is also a feature that allows you to remember all your codes;
the code memo.
Calendar
You can use the calendar to keep track of important meetings
that you need to attend. The calendar can be synchronized with
a PC calendar or with a calendar on the Web %73 Synchronizing.
Appointments
You can save up to 300 appointments depending on the size
of each item. You can choose to add a new appointment or
use an old one as a template by copying and editing it.
You can also set a reminder for an appointment.
To add a new appointment
1. } Organizer } Calendar and highlight the date for the
appointment } Select } New appointment } Add.
2. Enter date, subject, location and reminder. Confirm each entry.
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More features
To view an appointment
To send an appointment
1. } Organizer } Calendar and select a day on which
you have an appointment (marked in bold).
2. Scroll to the appointment } View.
3. } More for options to reschedule, edit, send, copy or
delete.
In the list of appointments for a certain day, select the item you
want to send } More } Send and select a transfer method.
To view next appointment in the external display
When the phone is closed, simply press the
button from standby.
volume
Find an appointment
You can search for appointments that contain a specific text.
To search for appointments
1. } Organizer } Calendar } More } Advanced } Find.
2. Enter the text you want to search for } OK. Appointments
that match your search are shown. Select View to view your
appointments or More for options to reschedule, edit, send,
copy or delete.
Exchanging appointments
You can send and receive appointments using Bluetooth
wireless technology, the infrared port or picture messages.
Receiving an appointment
When Add appointment? is displayed } Yes to save
the appointment.
Reminder options
To set when reminders should sound
1. } Organizer } Calendar } More } Advanced
} Reminders.
2. } Always if you want the reminder to sound even though
the phone is turned off. When the reminder sounds } Yes
to read the appointment. } No to turn off the reminder.
Note: A reminder option set in the calendar affects a reminder
option set in tasks.
Viewing your calendar
To view your calendar content } Organizer } Calendar.
Days on which you have appointments are marked in bold.
} More } View week.
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Navigating in your calendar
Tasks
Use the navigation key to move between days or weeks.
In the monthly and weekly views, you can also use the keypad
as follows.
You can keep track of phone calls you need to make or things
that you need to do. You can save up to 80 tasks depending on
the size of each item. You can choose to add a new task or use
an old one as a template by copying and editing it. You can also
set a reminder for a task.
Back a week
Next week
Back a month
Next month
Back a year
Next year
Today’s date
Calendar settings
} Organizer } Calendar } More } and select one of
the options:
•
•
•
•
View week – select, add, edit or delete appointments.
New appointment – add a new appointment.
Change date – change the date of your calendar.
Advanced – for options to find, delete all, set reminders
or select a start day for the week.
To add a new task
1. } Organizer } Tasks } New task } Add.
2. Select a category. If the category is a phone call,
enter the phone number } Continue.
3. Enter a subject } Continue.
4. If you want to set a reminder for your task } Yes.
To set reminders
} Organizer } Tasks and select a task } More
} Reminders.
Reminder options
} Always if you want the reminder to sound even though the
phone is turned off. When the reminder sounds } Yes to read
the task, or to call the phone number in a phone task. } No
to turn off the reminder.
Note: A reminder option set in tasks affects a reminder option
set in the calendar.
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To view a task
To set an alarm
} Organizer } Tasks and select a task } View.
} Organizer } Alarms } Alarm and enter the time } Save.
Exchanging tasks
Using the alarm
• To change the alarm time, } Organizer } Alarms } Alarm
and enter a new time.
• To turn the alarm signal off when it rings, press any key.
If you do not want the alarm to be repeated } Turn off.
• To cancel the alarm } Organizer } Alarms } Alarm
} Turn off.
• To set a recurrent alarm } Organizer } Alarms
} Recurrent alarm. Enter the time and select the days on
which you want the alarm to recur by scrolling and pressing
Mark. } Done to exit the menu.
• To select an alarm signal } Organizer } Alarms
} Alarm signal.
You can send and receive tasks using Bluetooth wireless
technology, the infrared port or picture messages.
To send a task
1. In the list of tasks for a certain day, select the item you want
to send } More } Send.
2. Select a transfer method.
Receiving a task
When Add task? is displayed } Yes to save the appointment
or task.
More useful features
Notes
Alarm clock
If you need to remember something, you can make a note
of it in your phone. You can save up to 10 notes.
The alarm can be set to ring at a specific time within 24 hours,
or recurrently at a specific time on several days. You can have
both these alarms set at the same time. The alarm signal rings
even if the phone is set to silent or turned off.
To add a note
} Organizer } Notes } New note } Add and enter the note
} Save.
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To handle the notes
Timer
1. } Organizer } Notes and a list of notes appears.
2. Select the note that you want to handle. } More to edit,
show a note in standby (or hide it), send or delete a note.
Your phone has a built-in timer. When the signal rings,
press any key to turn it off.
To set the timer
Exchanging notes
You can send and receive notes using Bluetooth wireless
technology, the infrared port or picture messages. You can
also synchronize notes with a PC %73 Synchronizing.
} Organizer } Timer and enter the hours, minutes
and seconds after which you want the timer to go off.
To send a note
The phone has a calculator, which can add, subtract,
divide and multiply.
Organizer } Notes and select the note that you want to send
} More } Send and select a transfer method.
To receive a note
Add note? appears } Yes to save the note among your other
notes.
Stopwatch
Your phone has a stopwatch that can save several laps. The
stopwatch continues to run when you answer an incoming call.
To use the stopwatch
1. } Organizer } Stopwatch } Start.
2. } Stop or } New lap if you want a lap time.
3. To reset the stopwatch } Reset.
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Calculator
To use the calculator
} Organizer } Calculator.
• Press
• Press
• Press
or
to select ÷ x - + % =
to delete the figure.
to enter a decimal point.
Code memo
Instead of having to remember all the different security codes
for credit cards, for example, you can save them in the code
memo in your phone. Then all you need to remember is the
passcode to open the code memo. You can save a maximum
of 10 codes in the code memo.
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Checkword and security
To confirm that you have entered the correct passcode for the
code memo and to prevent unauthorized access to your codes,
you must enter a checkword.
When you enter your passcode to open the code memo, the
checkword is shown for a short time. If the passcode is correct,
the correct codes are shown. If you enter the incorrect
passcode, the checkword and the codes that are shown
are also incorrect.
Factors strengthening the security of the code memo
function are:
• You get no feedback about whether the passcode is correct,
except for the checkword, and only you know the checkword.
• All codes are encrypted in the phone.
• When you access your codes, they are shown for a limited
time only.
To open code memo for the first time
1. } Organizer } Code memo. A message with instructions
is displayed } Continue.
2. Enter a four-digit passcode to open code memo } Continue.
3. Re-enter the new passcode to confirm.
4. Enter a checkword (maximum 15 characters) } Done.
The checkword can consist of both letters and numbers.
The next time you open the code memo, your checkword
appears after you enter the passcode, and then your added
codes are shown.
To add a new code
1. } Organizer } Code memo and enter your passcode
} New code } Add.
2. Enter a name associated with the code, for example,
the name of the credit card company } Continue.
3. Enter the code } Done.
To change the passcode
1. Open code memo as described above } More
} Change passcode.
2. Enter your new passcode } Continue.
3. Re-enter the new passcode } Continue.
4. Enter a checkword } Done.
Forgot your passcode?
If you forget your passcode, just enter any passcode to access
the code memo function. The checkword and codes that are
then shown are incorrect. You must now reset the code memo.
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More features
To reset code memo
1. } More } Reset.
2. Reset code memo? is displayed } Yes. The code memo is
reset and all entries are cleared. The next time you enter the
code memo, you must start at %89 To open code memo for
the first time.
A SIM card which supports online services works in the same
way as a normal SIM card. When you have inserted your
SIM card and turned on the phone, your network operator can
download data to your SIM card. When you restart the phone
after the first data download, a new submenu appears under
the menu.
Torch light
Note: This menu only appears if your SIM card supports this
service. Your phone may not support all of the services offered.
You can use the light on the Motion Eye camera without using
the camera or video recorder.
To enter your new menu system
To turn on and off the light
} Connectivity } Online services. Some operators may
not use the name Online services.
When the phone is closed, press and hold
on the side
of the phone to turn the light on, press
to turn it off.
When the phone is open, press
to turn the light on or off.
Note: If you do not turn the light off, it will be deactivated after
a while in order to save battery.
Online services
Online services are customized services offered by network
operators, independently of mobile phones and mobile phone
manufacturers.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This chapter lists offers solutions to problems that you might
encounter while using your phone. Some problems require that
you call your service provider, but most of the problems you
can easily correct yourself.
However, if you need to hand in your phone for repair, please
note that you may lose information and content that you have
saved in your phone. You are advised to make a copy of such
information before handing your phone in for repair.
Master reset
You can return the phone to its original state by deleting the
changes that you have made to settings, and the content that
you have added or edited.
• If you select Reset settings, the changes that you have
made to settings will be deleted.
• If you select Reset all, in addition to your changes to
settings, all contacts, messages, personal data, and content
that you have downloaded, received or edited will also be
deleted.
To reset the phone
1. } Settings } the General tab } Master reset.
2. } Reset settings } Reset all.
3. Enter the phone lock code (0000 or the new code if you
have changed it) } OK.
Note: If you select Reset all, content such as melodies
and pictures that you have downloaded, received or edited
are also deleted.
Solutions
The phone cannot be switched on
Recharge or replace the battery. %12 To insert the SIM card
and the Memory Stick Duo and charge the battery.
No indication of charging
When you start charging a battery that is empty or a battery
that has not been used for a long time, it may take up to
30 minutes before the battery icon appears on the screen.
Menu language
If the screen shows a language that you do not understand, you
can always choose Automatic (determined by your SIM card)
by pressing
8888
in standby. You can always choose
English by pressing
0000
in standby.
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Troubleshooting
Grey menu options
Grey text indicates a function that is temporarily unavailable,
for example, if a service is not activated, or if your subscription
does not support the function. Since you cannot send themes,
pictures and sounds that are copyright-protected, the Send
menu is sometimes unavailable.
Insert SIM
There is no SIM card in the phone or you may have inserted
it incorrectly. Insert a SIM card. %12 To insert the SIM card
and the Memory Stick Duo and charge the battery.
Insert correct SIM card
The phone is set to work only with certain SIM cards.
Insert the correct SIM card.
Codes do not match
When you want to change a security code (for example your
PIN) you have to confirm the new code by entering it again.
The two codes that you have entered do not match.
%82 SIM card lock.
PIN blocked/PIN2 blocked
You have entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly three times
in a row. To unblock, %82 SIM card lock.
PUK blocked
You entered your personal unblocking key code (PUK) incorrectly
10 times in a row. Contact Swisscom Mobile Customer Care.
Phone locked
The phone is locked. To unlock the phone, %83 Phone lock.
Emergency calls only
You are within range of a network, but you are not allowed
to use it. However, in an emergency, some network operators
allow you to call the international emergency number 112.
%19 Emergency calls.
Phone lock code
Your phone comes with the phone lock code 0000. You can
change it to any four- to eight-digit code. %83 Phone lock.
No network
There is no network within range or the received signal is too
weak. You have to move to get a signal that is strong enough.
Number not permitted
The fixed dialling function is activated and the number you have
dialled is not on your fixed numbers list. %39 Fixed dialling.
Wrong PIN/Wrong PIN2
You have entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly. Enter the correct
PIN or PIN2 } Yes. %82 SIM card lock.
Charging, alien battery
The battery that you are using is not a Sony Ericsson-approved
battery, %99 Battery use and care.
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Icons shown in standby
The phone cannot be detected by other users
via Bluetooth™
Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on and that your phone is
visible to other users, %76 To hide or show your phone when
using Bluetooth.
Icons shown in standby
The table below lists and explains icons which appear
in standby mode.
Icon
Description
Press
to go to the desktop
The UMTS network is available
The UMTS network signal is not available
Tells you the strength of the GSM network signal
GPRS is within range
GPRS is within range and can be used
A GPRS session is in progress
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Icons shown in standby
Icon
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Description
Icon
Description
Tells you are in a premium charge zone
The magic word is activated.
Ciphering is currently not being provided
by the network
Speakerphone is activated
Tells you the status of the battery
A Java application is running
A profile other than Normal has been selected
Data is being downloaded to the phone
The card or phone lock is on. A secure Internet
connection is established
Data is being uploaded from the phone
The timer has been set and is on
Bluetooth port is turned on
The alarm clock has been set and is on
Bluetooth headset is connected to your phone
All signals are off, except the alarm and timer
The infrared port is on
The stopwatch is working in the background
Infrared communication is in progress
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Icons shown in standby
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
You have missed an incoming call
You have received a picture message
An ongoing call
You have received an email message
The media player is running
You have received a message via cell broadcast
You cannot receive any incoming calls
You have received a WAP push message
Line 1 is in use for outgoing calls
Your phone is receiving a picture message
Line 2 is in use for outgoing calls
Your phone is sending a picture message
All incoming calls are diverted to a defined
number
Your email client is sending or receiving email
You have received a voice message
One or more messages are waiting to be
downloaded from the server
You have received a text message
One or more picture messages are waiting
to be downloaded from the server
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Health & Safety
Icon
Description
Messenger status icon
Health & Safety
Please read this section carefully. It contains health and safety
information that when followed allows for safe and efficient use
of the phone.
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Please read this information before using your
mobile phone.
Recommendations
• Always treat your product with care and keep
it in a clean and dust-free place.
• Do not expose your product to liquid or moisture
or humidity.
• Do not expose your product to extreme high
or low temperatures.
• Do not expose your product to open flames
or lit tobacco products.
• Do not drop, throw or try to bend your product.
• Do not close your product with an object inserted between
keypad and display; this may damage your product.
• Do not paint your product.
• Do not use your product near medical equipment without
requesting permission.
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• Do not use your product when in, or around aircraft, or areas
posted “turn off two-way radio”.
• Do not use your product in an area where
a potentially explosive atmosphere exists.
• Do not place your product or install wireless
equipment in the area above your car's air bag.
• Do not attempt to disassemble your product.
Only Sony Ericsson authorised personnel
should perform service.
Efficient use
Hold your mobile phone as you would any other phone. Do not
cover the top of the phone when in use, as this affects call
quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power
level than needed, thus shortening talk and standby times.
Radio frequency (RF), radio wave exposure
and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information
Your mobile phone is a low-power radio transmitter and
receiver. When it is turned on, it emits low levels of radio
frequency energy (also known as radio waves or radio
frequency fields).
Governments around the world have adopted comprehensive
international safety guidelines, developed by scientific
organizations, e.g. ICNIRP (International Commission on
Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection) and IEEE (The institute
of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.) through periodic
and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. These guidelines
establish permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the
general population. The levels include a safety margin designed
to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and
health, and to account for any variations in measurements.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is the unit of measurement for
the amount of radio frequency energy absorbed by the body
when using a mobile phone. The SAR value is determined at
the highest certified power level in laboratory conditions, but
the actual SAR level of the mobile phone while operating can
be well below this value.
This is because the mobile phone is designed to use
the minimum power required to reach the network.
Variations in SAR below the radio frequency exposure
guidelines do not mean that there are variations in safety. While
there may be differences in SAR levels among mobile phones,
all Sony Ericsson mobile phone models are designed to meet
radio frequency exposure guidelines.
A separate leaflet with SAR information for this mobile phone
model is included with the material that comes with this mobile
phone. This information can also be found, together with more
information on radio frequency exposure and SAR, on
www.SonyEricsson.com.
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Health & Safety
Driving
CHILDREN
Please check if local laws and regulations restrict the use of
mobile phones while driving or require drivers to use handsfree
solutions. We recommend that you use only Ericsson or
Sony Ericsson handsfree solutions intended for use with your
product. Please note that because of possible interference to
electronic equipment, some vehicle manufacturers forbid the
use of mobile phones in their vehicles unless a handsfree kit
with an external antenna supports the installation.
DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY WITH YOUR
MOBILE PHONE OR ITS ACCESSORIES. THEY
COULD HURT THEMSELVES OR OTHERS, OR
COULD ACCIDENTALLY DAMAGE THE MOBILE PHONE
OR ACCESSORY. YOUR MOBILE PHONE OR ITS ACCESSORY
MAY CONTAIN SMALL PARTS THAT COULD BE DETACHED AND
CREATE A CHOKING HAZARD.
Always give full attention to driving and pull off the road and
park before making or answering a call if driving conditions
so require.
Personal medical devices
Mobile phones may affect the operation of cardiac pacemakers
and other implanted equipment. Please avoid placing the
mobile phone over the pacemaker, e.g. in your breast pocket.
When using the mobile phone, place it at the ear opposite the
pacemaker. If a minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) is kept
between the mobile phone and the pacemaker, the risk of
interference is limited. If you have any reason to suspect that
interference is taking place, immediately turn off your mobile
phone. Contact your cardiologist for more information.
Disposing of the product
Your mobile phone should not be placed in
municipal waste. Please check local regulations
for disposal of electronic products.
Power supply
Connect the AC power adapter only to designated power
sources as marked on the product. Make sure the cord is
positioned so that it will not be subjected to damage or stress.
To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the unit from any power
source before attempting to clean it. The AC power adapter
must not be used outdoors or in damp areas. Never alter the
cord or plug. If the plug will not fit into the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
For other medical devices, please consult the manufacturer
of the device.
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Health & Safety
Emergency calls
Mobile phones operate using radio signals, which cannot
guarantee connection under all conditions. Therefore you
should never rely solely upon any mobile phone for essential
communications (e.g. medical emergencies).
Emergency calls may not be possible on all cellular networks
or when certain network services and/or mobile phone features
are in use. Check with your local service provider.
Battery use and care
We recommend that you fully charge the battery before you
use your mobile phone for the first time. The battery can
only be charged in temperatures between +5°C (+41°F)
and +45°C (+113°F).
A new battery or one that has not been used for a long time
could have reduced capacity the first few times it is used.
The talk and standby times depend on the actual transmission
conditions when using the mobile phone. If the mobile phone
is used near a base station, less power is required and talk
and standby times are prolonged.
• Warning! May explode if disposed of in fire.
• Use only Ericsson or Sony Ericsson branded original
batteries and chargers intended for use with your mobile
phone. Other chargers may not charge sufficiently or may
produce excessive heat. Using other batteries and chargers
could be dangerous.
• Do not expose the battery to liquid.
• Do not let the metal contacts on the battery touch another
metal object. This could short-circuit and damage the battery.
• Do not disassemble or modify the battery.
• Do not expose the battery to extreme
temperatures, never above +60°C (+140°F).
For maximum battery capacity, use the battery
in room temperature.
• Turn off your mobile phone before removing
the battery.
• Keep out of children's reach.
• Use the battery for the intended purpose only.
• Do not allow the battery to be put into the mouth.
Battery electrolytes may be toxic if swallowed.
Disposing of the battery
Please check local regulations for disposal of
batteries or call your local Sony Ericsson Customer
Care Center for information.
The battery should never be placed in municipal waste.
Use a battery disposal facility if available.
Limited Warranty
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, S-221 88 Lund,
Sweden, (Sony Ericsson), provides this Limited Warranty for
your mobile phone and original accessory delivered with your
mobile phone (hereinafter referred to as “Product”).
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Health & Safety
Should your Product need warranty service, please return it to
the dealer from whom it was purchased, or contact your local
Sony Ericsson Customer Care Centre (national rates may apply)
or visit www.SonyEricsson.com to get further information.
Our warranty
Subject to the conditions of this Limited Warranty,
Sony Ericsson warrants this Product to be free from defects
in design, material and workmanship at the time of its original
purchase by a consumer, and for a subsequent period of one
(1) year.
What we will do
If, during the warranty period, this Product fails to operate
under normal use and service, due to defects in design,
materials or workmanship, Sony Ericsson authorised
distributors or service partners, in the country/region* where
you purchased the Product, will, at their option, either repair
or replace the Product in accordance with the terms and
conditions stipulated herein.
Sony Ericsson and its service partners reserve the right
to charge a handling fee if a returned Product is found not
to be under warranty according to the conditions below.
Please note that some of your personal settings, downloads or
other information may be lost when your Sony Ericsson Product
is repaired or replaced. At present Sony Ericsson may be
prevented by applicable law, other regulation or technical
restrictions from making a backup copy of certain downloads.
Sony Ericsson does not take any responsibility for any lost
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information of any kind and will not reimburse you for any
such loss. You should always make backup copies of all the
information stored on your Sony Ericsson Product such as
downloads, calendar and contacts before handing in your
Sony Ericsson Product for repair or replacement.
Conditions
1. The warranty is valid only if the original proof of purchase
issued to the original purchaser by an, for this Product,
Sony Ericsson authorised dealer, specifying the date of
purchase and serial number**, is presented with the Product
to be repaired or replaced. Sony Ericsson reserves the right
to refuse warranty service if this information has been
removed or changed after the original purchase of the
Product from the dealer.
2. If Sony Ericsson repairs or replaces the Product, the
repaired or replaced Product shall be warranted for the
remaining time of the original warranty period or for ninety
(90) days from the date of repair, whichever is longer. Repair
or replacement may involve the use of functionally
equivalent reconditioned units. Replaced parts or
components will become the property of Sony Ericsson.
This warranty does not cover any failure of the Product due
to normal wear and tear, or due to misuse, including but
not limited to use in other than the normal and customary
manner, in accordance with the Sony Ericsson instructions
for use and maintenance of the Product. Nor does this
warranty cover any failure of the Product due to accident,
software or hardware modification or adjustment, acts
of God or damage resulting from liquid.
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Health & Safety
A rechargeable battery can be charged and discharged
hundreds of times. However, it will eventually wear out this is not a defect. When the talk-time or standby time
is noticeably shorter, it is time to replace your battery.
Sony Ericsson recommends that you use only batteries
and chargers approved by Sony Ericsson.
3. Since the cellular system on which the Product is to operate
is provided by a carrier independent from Sony Ericsson,
Sony Ericsson will not be responsible for the operation,
availability, coverage, services or range of that system.
4. This warranty does not cover Product failures caused by
installations, modifications, or repair or opening of the
Product performed by a non-Sony Ericsson authorised
person.
5. The warranty does not cover Product failures which have
been caused by use of accessories or other peripheral
devices which are not Ericsson or Sony Ericsson branded
original accessories intended for use with the Product.
6. Tampering with any of the seals on the Product will void
the warranty.
THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES, WHETHER WRITTEN
OR ORAL, OTHER THAN THIS PRINTED LIMITED WARRANTY.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION
OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IN NO EVENT SHALL
SONY ERICSSON OR ITS LICENSORS BE LIABLE FOR
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE
WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST
PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS; TO THE FULL EXTENT
THOSE DAMAGES CAN BE DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
Some countries/states do not allow the exclusion or limitation
of incidental or consequential damages, or limitation of the
duration of implied warranties, so the preceding limitations
or exclusions may not apply to you.
The warranty provided does not affect the consumer's statutory
rights under applicable legislation in force, nor the consumer's
rights against the dealer arising from their
sales/purchase contract.
*EUROPEAN UNION (EU)
If you have purchased your Product in an EU country you can
have your Product serviced, under the conditions set out above,
within the warranty period in any EU country where an identical
Product is sold by an authorised Sony Ericsson distributor.
To find out if your Product is sold in the EU country you are in,
please call the local Sony Ericsson Customer Care Centre.
Please observe that certain services may not be possible
elsewhere than in the country of original purchase, for example
due to the fact that your Product may have an interior or exterior
which is different from equivalent models sold in other EU
countries. It may not be possible to repair SIM-locked Products.
** In some countries/regions additional information is requested.
If so, this is clearly shown on the valid proof of purchase.
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Declaration of Conformity
FCC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions:
We, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB of
Nya Vattentornet
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
S-221 88 Lund, Sweden
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
declare under our sole responsibility that our product
Sony Ericsson type AAD-3021011-BV
and in combination with our accessories, to which this
declaration relates is in conformity with the appropriate
standards UMTSPP TS 51.010-1, UMTSPP TS 34.121,
EN 301489-7, EN 301489-24, EN 300328, EN 301489-17
and EN 60950, following the provisions of Radio Equipment
and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment directive 99/5/EC
with requirements covering EMC directive 89/336/EEC,
and Low Voltage directive 73/23/EEC.
July 2004
0682
Hiroshi Yoshioka, Head of Product Business Unit GSM/UMTS
We fulfil the requirements of the R&TTE Directive (99/5/EC).
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Index
A
accept calls 38
alarm clock 87
animations 60
answering
calls 18
using voice control 34
answering service 32
appointments 84–85
area information 51
ask to save contact 28
assembling phone 12
automatic redialling 19
B
battery
alien 92
charging 12
inserting 12
use and care 99
Bluetooth™ 75–78
bookmarks, Internet 66
business cards 37
buttons 9
C
calculator 88
calendar 84–85
call costs 40
call list 31
call priority 41
call time 40
call waiting 35
calling
from call list 31
from phonebook 28
numbers in message 44
using voice dialling 33
calls
accepting 38
answering 18
automatic redialling 19
diverting 35
emergency 19
fixed dialling 39
handling two calls 36
international 19
making 17
making notes during 21
missed 18
putting on hold 35
receiving 18
rejecting 18
restricting 38
speed dialling 31
video 20–21
camera 54
camera light 55
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cell information 51
certificates, Internet security 69
charging, battery 12
closed user groups 41
code memo 88
codes
PIN 13
PUK 13, 92
conference calls 36
contacts 26
as default phonebook 27
groups of 37
cookies 68
copying
to/from Memory Stick Duo™ 25
to/from SIM card 30
cost information 40
credit limit 40
D
date, setting 80
declaration of conformity 102
desktop 14
diverting calls 35
downloading 69
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E
email
using 50–51
emergency calls 19
external display 8, 17
F
fixed dialling 39
formatting text, in messages 43
G
games See Vodafone live! 65
glossary, messages 52
groups 37
H
handsfree 77
hiding number 38
I
icons, in standby 93
infrared port 78
international calls 19
Internet
cookies 68
security 68–69
settings 65
J
Java™, settings 68
K
keys 9
L
language in phone 91
letters, entering 23
light
camera 55
torch 90
live! Album 69
locks
phone lock 92
SIM card 82
long messages 45
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M
magic word 33
media player 70–73
Memory Stick Duo™ 12–13
menus 14
messages
area information 51
cell information 51
email 50
picture 46
postcard 49
microphone, turning off/on 18
missed calls 18
MMS See picture messages 46
multitap text input
entering 22
music, playing 71
MusicDJ™ 63
My items 24
N
network operator services 65, 90
networks, selecting 17
notepad 21
notes 87–88
number
hiding 38
my own 37
O
on if in silent 82
online services 65, 90
P
passcodes
Bluetooth™ 76
code memo 89
passwords, Internet 68
phone lock 83, 92
phone overview 8–9
phonebook
adding contacts 27
checking memory 30
picture messages 46–49
picture upload
live! Album 69
PIN code
changing 83
postcard 49
power save 80
priority, when calling 41
profiles 82
PUK 83, 92
R
recording
voice commands 32–34
redialling 19
remote screen 62
resetting phone 91
restricted dialling 38
ringtones 81
ringtones, composing 63
roaming 17
S
safety guidelines 96
saving
from picture messages 47
from text messages 44
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screen saver 62
pictures 62
wallpaper 62
security
code memo 88
Internet 68–69
phone lock 83
SIM card lock 82
self-portrait 57
sending
appointments 85, 87
business cards 38
contacts 30
melodies and ringtones 63
notes 88
pictures 46, 59, 76
postcard 49, 59
tasks 85, 87
themes 80
video clips 59
settings for Java™ 68
setup wizard 79
shortcuts 16
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SIM card
copying to/from 30
inserting 12
lock 82
phonebook 26
saving numbers on 26
unblocking 83
SIM numbers 26–28
slide show 60
SMS See text messages 42
SOS numbers 19
speaker volume 17
speed dialling 31
start-up screen 80
stopwatch 88
streaming media 73
synchronizing 73–75
T
T9™ Text Input
entering letters 22
tasks 86–87
templates
for picture messages 48
for text messages 45
text messages 42–45
themes 80
time, setting 80
timer 88
torch light 90
turning on/off
Bluetooth 75
infrared port 78
phone lock 83
ringtone 16
SIM lock protection 83
two voice lines 39
U
unblocking
PIN 13
SIM card 83
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V
vibrating alert 82
video calls 20–21
video clips 70
Vodafone live! 65
voice answering 34
voice control 32–35
voice dialling 33
voicemail 32
volume, changing 17
W
wallpaper 62
warranty 99
writing
using multitap input 22
using T9™ Text Input 22
Z
zoom 56
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