Toshiba TG01 Manual

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Table of contents

Preface 5

Declaration of conformity 6

Health and safety 7

General 7

Operating environment 8

Electronic devices 9

Battery safety 10

AC charger safety 11

Emergency calls 11

FCC notice 12

Information to user 12

FCC RF exposure information 13

European RF Exposure

Information 15

Disposal 16

Care and maintenance 18

General 18

Battery care and maintenance 20

Restarting your Toshiba phone 21

Resetting your Toshiba phone 22

Reinitialising your Toshiba phone 22

Getting started 23

Unpacking 23

Phone layout and functions 24

Installing the SIM card, microSD card and battery 27

Using the stylus 31

Charging the battery 32

Switching the power on and off 33

Toshiba Touch user interface 34

Operator Settings 39

Synchronising your Toshiba phone with a PC 39

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Call functions 42

Receiving a call 42

Ending a call 42

Making a call 43

Speed Dial 44

In-call options 45

Multiple and multiparty calls 46

Call History 48

Messaging 49

Text messages 49

MMS messages 51

E-mail 54

Applications and multimedia 57

Office Mobile 57

Calendar 58

Contacts 60

Internet Explorer 63

Games 64

Camera 65

CorePlayer 67

File Explorer 67

Getting Started 67

Java 67

Notes 68

PhotoBase 69

Pictures & Videos 69

Search 70

SIM Toolkit 70

Tasks 71

VideoEditor 72

Windows Live 72

Windows Media 72

Table of contents

Connectivity 74

Wireless Manager 74

Bluetooth 74

Beam 77

Internet connections 78

Domain Enroll 78

Internet Sharing 78

USB to PC 79

Wi-Fi 79

Settings 80

Volume control 80

Location Request 80

Security settings 81

Customising the Start Menu 83

Customising the Toshiba Menu 84

Owner Information 84

Phone settings 84

Sounds & Notifications 89

About 90

Adjust Motion Sensor 91

Backlight settings 91

Browser Settings 92

Certificates 92

Clock & Alarms 92

Customer Feedback 93

Encryption 93

Error Reporting 94

External GPS 94

Free Pad Settings 95

Internal GPS 95

Managed Programs 95

Master Clear 96

Memory management 97

Motion Sensor Settings 97

Power settings 97

Power Saving Settings 97

Regional Settings 98

Remove Programs 98

Screen settings 99

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Task Manager 100

Video Quality Setting 100

Windows Update 100

Sleep Mode Indicator 101

Operator Name Setting 101

Specifications 102

Troubleshooting 105

Annex 1 - Text input 109

Input methods 109

Input Panel 109

Writing and drawing on the screen 113

Annex 2 - Navigating your Toshiba phone 115

Start Menu 115

Phone screen 116

Accessing applications and settings 117

Annex 3 - Common status icons 121

Annex 4 - Configuring SMS, MMS and e-mail 124

Setting up text messages service centre 124

Configuring MMS settings 124

Setting up e-mail accounts 125

General messaging options 130

Annex 5 - Configuring internet settings 132

Toshiba Corporation 137

End User License Agreements

(EULAs) 139

Licenses 145

Index 147

Preface

Hello and welcome

Congratulations on your purchase of the Toshiba TG01.

For additional phone content, please visit www.toshiba-europe.com/mobile.

If you require further technical support please contact our customer operations team as follows:

Tel.: 008000 505 2006

E-mail: [email protected]

Opening hours: Monday - Friday 9AM - 1PM and 2PM - 6PM (CET)

We hope you enjoy using your new Toshiba phone.

To use your Toshiba phone, you must have service from a wireless service provider. Many of the features in your Toshiba phone depend on features in the wireless network to function. These network services may not be available on all networks, or you may have to make specific arrangements with your service provider before you can utilise network services. Your service provider may need to give you additional instructions for their use and explain what charges will apply. Some networks may have limitations that affect how you can use network services. For instance, some networks may not support all language-dependent characters and services.

The availability of particular products may vary by region.

Due to the continual development of our products, Toshiba reserves the right to modify this document at any time without prior notice.

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Declaration of conformity

We, Toshiba Information Systems UK (Ltd), Mobile Communications Division, of

Toshiba Court, Weybridge Business Park, Addlestone Road, Weybridge, KT15 2UL declare under our sole responsibility that this product (TG01, Type (Model) Name TM5-E01) is in conformity with the following standards and/or other normative documents:

EN 301 511, EN 301 908-1, EN 301 908-2, EN 60950-1, EN 300 328, EN 300 440, EN 50360, EN 62209-1,

EN 301 489-1, EN 301 489-3, EN 301 489-7, EN 301 489-17, and EN 301 489-24

We hereby declare that all essential radio test suites, EMC & safety requirements have been carried out and that the above named product is in conformity to all the essential requirements of Directive 1999/5/EC.

The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article 10(5) and detailed in Annex IV of Directive 1999/5/

EC has been followed with the involvement of the following Notified Body(ies):

Cetecom GmbH, Im Teelbruch 116, 45219 Essen, Germany

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5 March 2009

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Hidehito Koka

Deputy Managing Director of TIU

General Manager Mobile Communications Division

Health and safety

• Do not attempt to dismantle the phone or any of its accessories. Only qualified service personnel should repair the phone and its accessories.

• Do not touch the phone, battery or AC charger with wet hands.

• Keep your Toshiba phone, and all parts and accessories, out of the reach of small children and pets. The SIM card and other small parts could present a choking hazard.

• Use only Toshiba approved batteries and accessories.

• The bundled battery and AC charger are only for use with your Toshiba phone. Do not use this battery or AC charger with any other device.

• Use of third party equipment (including batteries, cables and accessories) not manufactured or authorised by Toshiba may invalidate the warranty of your phone and adversely affect the operation of the phone.

• Before connecting your Toshiba phone to another device, read the supporting documentation to confirm that the other device is compatible.

• When using the headset, be careful not to listen at excessive volumes. Listening to loud sound levels may lead to hearing loss.

• It is recommended that pregnant and young women take precautions while in a call and keep the phone at a distance from their lower abdomen. For this situation, use of a handsfree kit is recommended.

• Your phone contains metal that may cause skin irritation.

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Operating environment

• Observe all local safety regulations regarding the use of mobile phones while driving.

• Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call.

• Do not stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway to answer or make a call, except in an emergency.

• If using an integrated hands-free device, make sure the phone is securely placed in its holder.

• Only qualified personnel should install the device in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may invalidate any warranty. For more information, consult your vehicle manufacturer or representative.

• Do not place objects, including either installed or portable wireless equipment, in the area over the airbag or in the airbag deployment area.

• Switch off your Toshiba phone when refuelling.

• Do not handle your Toshiba phone when operating machinery.

• Switch your Toshiba phone off if you are entering a hospital or health care facility.

Medical equipment may be affected by phone usage.

• Switch your Toshiba phone off when travelling on an aircraft. The phone signal may interfere with systems in the aircraft. You are legally bound to comply with this recommendation.

• Switch your Toshiba phone off in any facility where posted notices prohibit phone usage.

Always follow building regulations governing phone usage.

• Switch your Toshiba phone off when blasting is in progress, and observe all provided guidelines and regulations.

• Switch your Toshiba phone off in areas with potentially explosive atmospheres, such as fuel storage areas and spray paint facilities.

• Switch your Toshiba phone off when outdoors during an electrical storm.

Health and safety

• Keep your Toshiba phone away from fuel and chemicals.

Electronic devices

• If you wear a pacemaker, or are in the company of someone who does, you should be aware that there is a small risk of mobile phone usage interfering with the operation of the pacemaker. You should contact your doctor, or the manufacturer of the pacemaker, for more information. If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, switch off your phone immediately.

• Mobile phone usage may interfere with some hearing aids. If this happens, you should contact your service provider or doctor for further information.

• Mobile phone usage may interfere with the functionality of inadequately shielded medical devices. Consult a physician or the manufacturer of the device to ensure safe procedures are used.

• Mobile phone usage may interfere with the functionality of any inadequately shielded electronic system in a motor vehicle.

Examples include airbags and fuel injection systems. You should contact the manufacturer of the vehicle or system to ensure that the system is properly shielded.

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Battery safety

• Only use batteries approved by Toshiba for use in this handset. There is a risk of explosion if the battery is replaced with an incorrect type.

• Only recharge the battery with the recommended charger supplied by Toshiba.

• Stop using the battery if you detect any abnormalities, such as odour, discolouration or heat during use, charging or storage.

• Do not use your Toshiba phone with a damaged battery.

• Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can occur when a metallic object causes a direct connection between the + and - terminals of the battery.

• Do not touch the battery terminals.

• Do not leave the battery in areas of extreme cold or heat.

• Never soak the battery in water or any other liquid.

• Never attempt to open the battery. The battery contains substances that may be harmful if swallowed or allowed to come into contact with unprotected skin.

• In the unlikely event of a battery leak, take care to keep the battery discharge away from your eyes and skin. If the leakage does come into contact with eyes or skin, flush thoroughly with clean water and consult a doctor.

• Do not dispose of the battery in a fire.

• Do not dispose of the battery in a regular waste container. The battery contains toxic chemicals and must be disposed of appropriately. Contact your local authorities for more information.

Health and safety

AC charger safety

• Do not use a damaged or worn AC charger.

The use of a damaged or worn AC charger could result in electric shock, burns or fire.

Contact an authorised Toshiba service provider immediately to obtain a suitable replacement.

• Do not bend or twist the cable of the AC charger.

• Do not pull on the cable of the AC charger in order to remove the plug from a socket. Grasp the plug directly when unplugging the AC charger to avoid causing any damage to the cable.

• Do not touch the pins of the plug when connecting or disconnecting it from a power source.

• Do not place heavy objects on the AC charger.

• When the AC charger is not in use, disconnect it from the power source.

Emergency calls

When making emergency calls from your

Toshiba phone, ensure that the phone is switched on and in service.

Calls cannot be made to emergency services while data communication is being performed within a GSM area. Also, calls may not be able to be made to emergency services depending on the network services of some service providers.

IMPORTANT: You can make calls to emergency services when the SIM card is not inserted (if supported by the network), the SIM card is locked, the phone is locked, Call Barring is set, or Fixed

Dialing is set.

There is no guarantee that a connection can be established in all countries and areas because operation of your phone differs depending on the wireless network, wireless signal and your setting status. Do not rely solely on your mobile phone when you need to make emergency calls.

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FCC notice

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

Information to user

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation; if this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

1. Reorient/relocate the receiving aerial.

2. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.

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3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from the outlet the receiver is currently connected.

4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/

TV technician for help.

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WARNING: Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the manufacturer responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.

FCC RF exposure information

Your Toshiba phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal

Communications Commission of the U.S.

Government.

The guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent scientific organisations through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. The standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.

The exposure standard for wireless handsets employs a unit of measurement known as the

Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg. The tests are performed in positions and locations (e.g., at the ear and worn on the body) as required by the

FCC for each model. The SAR value for this model handset when tested for use at the ear is

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0.590 W/kg and when worn on the body, as described in this user guide, is 0.885 W/kg.

Body-worn operation

This phone was tested for typical body-worn operations with the back of the phone kept at a distance of 1.5 cm from the body. To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure requirements, use accessories that maintain a

1.5cm separation distance between your body and the back of the phone. The use of belt clips, holsters and similar accessories should not contain metallic components. The use of accessories that do not satisfy these requirements may not comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, and should be avoided.

The FCC has granted an Equipment

Authorization for this model handset with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF emission guidelines. SAR information on this model handset is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display

Grant section of https://fjallfoss.fcc.gov/oetcf/ eas/reports/GenericSearch.cfm after searching on FCC ID SP2-TM5-E01.

Additional information on Specific Absorption

Rates (SAR) can be found on the Cellular

Telecommunications & Internet Association

(CTIA) website at http://www.phonefacts.net.

Health and safety

European RF Exposure

Information

Your Toshiba phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for exposure to radio waves recommended by international guidelines. These guidelines were developed by the independent scientific organisation ICNIRP and include safety margins designed to assure the protection of all persons, regardless of age and health.

The guidelines use a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.

The SAR limit for mobile devices is 2 W/kg and the SAR value for this device when tested at the ear was 0.491 W/kg*. As mobile devices offer a range of functions, they can be used in other positions, such as on the body as described in this user guide**. In this case, the tested SAR value is 0.372 W/kg.

As SAR is measured utilising the device’s highest transmitting power, the actual SAR of this device while operating is typically below that indicated above. This is due to automatic changes to the power level of the device to ensure it only uses the minimum level required to reach the network.

The World Health Organization has stated that present scientific information does not indicate the need for any special precautions for the use of mobile devices. They state that if you want to reduce your exposure then you can do so by limiting the length of calls or using a ‘hands-free’ device to keep the mobile phone away from the head and body. Additional Information can be found on the website of the World Health

Organization (http://www.who.int/emf).

* The tests are carried out in accordance with international guidelines for testing.

** Please see FCC RF exposure information

for further information about body worn operations.

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Health and safety

Disposal

The following information is only valid for EUmember states.

Disposal of products

products and batteries, you will help to assure the proper disposal of products and thus help to prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.

For more detailed information about the collection and recycling programmes available in your country, please contact your local city office or the shop where you purchased the product.

Disposal of batteries and/or accumulators

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The crossed out wheeled dust bin symbol indicates that products must be collected and disposed of separately from household waste.

Integrated batteries and accumulators can be disposed of with the product. They will be separated at the recycling centres.

The black bar indicates that the product was placed on the market after August 13, 2005.

By participating in separate collection of

The crossed out wheeled dust bin symbol indicates that batteries and/or accumulators must be collected and disposed of separately from household waste.

Health and safety

If the battery or accumulator contains more than the specified values of lead (Pb), mercury (Hg), and/or cadmium (Cd) defined in the Battery

Directive (2006/66/EC), then the chemical symbols for lead (Pb), mercury (Hg) and/or cadmium (Cd) will appear below the crossed out wheeled dust bin symbol.

By participating in separate collection of batteries, you will help to assure the proper disposal of products and batteries and thus help to prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health.

For more detailed information about the collection and recycling programmes available in your country, please contact your local city office or the shop where you purchased the product.

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Care and maintenance

You can greatly enhance the lifespan of your

Toshiba phone, and the parts and accessories, by following the suggestions below.

TIP: Maintaining your Toshiba phone, and the parts and accessories, in a good condition will help you fulfil the warranty obligations.

• Always use your Toshiba phone in the intended manner. Incorrect usage may affect performance.

• To avoid permanent damage to your Toshiba phone, use only Toshiba approved batteries and accessories.

• The bundled battery and AC charger are only for use with your Toshiba phone. Do not use this battery or AC charger with any other device. This could cause permanent damage to the device, battery or charger.

• Use of third party equipment (including batteries, cables and accessories) not manufactured or authorised by Toshiba may invalidate the warranty of your phone and adversely affect the operation of the phone.

• Before connecting your Toshiba phone to another device, read the supporting documentation to confirm that the other device is compatible.

• Keep your Toshiba phone, and all parts and accessories, out of the reach of small children and pets.

• Do not allow your Toshiba phone, battery or accessories to come into contact with liquids or moisture. Moisture of any kind can corrode the electronic circuits. The manufacturer's warranty may become invalid if the phone or battery get wet due to misuse.

• Do not use or store your Toshiba phone in dusty or dirty locations.

• Do not use or store your Toshiba phone in hot areas. High temperatures will shorten the lifespan of the phone, damage the battery, and warp/melt internal circuits.

Care and maintenance

• Do not store your Toshiba phone in, or near, direct heat sources such as radiators. This could cause the battery to overheat and explode.

• Do not store your Toshiba phone in cold areas. A big difference between room temperature and the temperature in the phone can cause condensation to form inside the phone, damaging the electronic circuits.

• Do not place your Toshiba phone alongside computer disks, credit cards, travel cards and other magnetic media. Information contained on disks or cards may be affected by the phone.

• Do not expose your Toshiba phone to strong magnetic fields. This may cause temporary malfunction.

• Do not open your Toshiba phone unless absolutely necessary.

• Do not mishandle or abuse your Toshiba phone. Dropping the phone, or knocking or shaking it, can damage the internal circuits.

• Do not apply paint or other such substances to your Toshiba phone.

• Interference may affect the performance of your Toshiba phone. This is normal and the phone should operate as normal once you move away from the source of the interference.

• If your Toshiba phone, or any of the accessories, are not working as they should, please consult your dealer. They can provide you with the expert assistance you require.

• Do not attempt to disassemble your Toshiba phone. Only Toshiba authorised personnel should service the phone.

• When your Toshiba phone is set to vibrate, the vibration may cause the phone to move.

Take care not to place the phone near a heat source or the edge of a high surface.

• Only use a soft, clean cloth to clean your

Toshiba phone. Do not use chemicals, detergents, abrasive substances, or any liquids. Use a cotton swab to clean the camera lens.

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• Do not use water to clean the touch screen.

• Keep the touch screen and tip of the stylus clean to avoid permanent damage.

• Keep sharp objects away from the touch screen to avoid it being scratched and damaged.

• For touch screen input, use only the included stylus or your finger. Use of other objects can damage the input panel and will void the warranty.

• If the tip of the stylus is damaged, do not use it. If you operate the touch screen with a damaged stylus, the touch screen may be damaged. When the stylus is damaged, please purchase a new one.

• Do not tap hard on the touch screen, as this may cause permanent damage to the screen.

• To avoid scratches on the touch screen, avoid placing your Toshiba phone with the touch screen facing downwards.

• It is recommended that you use the bundled stylus when pressing the Reset button.

Battery care and maintenance

Your Toshiba phone is powered by a rechargeable Lithium ion (Li-ion) battery.

The full performance of a new battery is achieved only after two or three complete charge and discharge cycles.

The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of times, but it will eventually wear out.

When the talk and standby times are noticeably shorter than normal, it is recommended that you buy a new battery.

• A new battery, or one that has not been used for a long time, could have reduced capacity during initial use.

• Do not leave the battery connected to the charger and power source for longer than necessary. This will result in repeated short charging, which will reduce battery performance and lifespan. Please disconnect the AC charger when the battery is full.

Care and maintenance

• Do not leave the battery in areas of extreme cold or heat. This could affect the performance of the battery.

• The battery has optimum performance in an ambient temperature of between +5 °C

(+41 °F) and +35 °C (+95 °F).

• Only remove the battery with the phone switched off.

• Do not leave the battery empty or disconnected for a long time, as this may cause data to be reset.

• If you are not going to use your phone for a long time, fully charge the battery, then switch off the phone. The phone should be stored in a dry place away from direct sunlight.

Recharge the phone approximately every six months.

• Avoid repeated short charging. It is preferable to let the battery go flat and then recharge it completely.

Restarting your Toshiba phone

If you have any problems, such as the phone freezing, restart the phone.

To restart your Toshiba phone:

1. Press and hold the Power key.

2. Tap Power Off to confirm powering off the phone.

3. Wait a few seconds, then press and hold the

Power key for approximately two seconds to switch the phone on.

IMPORTANT: If you restart your Toshiba phone, data that you have not saved will be lost.

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Resetting your Toshiba phone

If you still have problems after restarting your phone, you can reset the phone.

Resetting your Toshiba phone causes it to restart and adjusts memory allocation. Your phone will return to the same status as the last time you used it, though unsaved data may be lost.

To reset your Toshiba phone:

Using the stylus, press and hold the Reset

button. The phone will switch on after resetting.

IMPORTANT: If you reset your Toshiba phone, data that you have not saved may be lost.

TIP: You can also reset your Toshiba phone by pressing the Power key for approximately 15 seconds.

If, after you have reset your Toshiba phone, there is still a problem:

1. Remove the battery (see Getting started

for instructions).

2. Re-insert the battery, then switch on the

phone (see Getting started for

instructions).

Reinitialising your Toshiba phone

For details of reinitialising your Toshiba phone,

see Master Clear in Settings.

We recommend that you back up all of your data before reinitialising your Toshiba phone.

IMPORTANT: It is recommended that you frequently back up the data on your

Toshiba phone.

Getting started

Please ensure that the contents of your sales pack include:

• Your Toshiba phone and stylus

• Battery

• AC charger

• USB cable

• Headset and headset adapter

• Orange Booklet

• Quick Start Guide

• Legal and Safety Information leaflet

• CD (Getting Started)

• CD (User Guide)

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NOTE: If any of the items listed are missing, contact the retailer where you purchased your Toshiba phone.

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Phone layout and functions

1. Earpiece

2. LED indicator - indicates various states of the phone.

Red - phone is charging.

Blue - a call, message or notification has been received.

Green - phone is in sleep mode.

3. Touch screen

4. x/ok key - equivalent to the x or ok button displayed at the top right corner of the screen.

5. Touch Sensor (TS) key - enables you to quickly and easily carry out a number of actions, including zooming in/out when using some applications and opening the Toshiba

Free Pad.

6. Microphone

7. Home key - press to access the Toshiba

Home Screen.

8. Stylus

Getting started

9. Camera lens

10. microSD card slot

11. Battery cover

12. Speaker

13. SIM card slot

14. Reset button - press using the stylus to reset the phone.

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15. Cable, phone charging and headset

connector (Micro-USB)

16. Camera key - long press to launch the

Camera application.

If Camera application is already running, press to capture a photo or begin/stop recording a video clip.

17. Volume Down key - short press to decrease the volume; long press to switch between portrait and landscape modes when the Auto screen orientation change

checkbox is unticked (see Motion Sensor

Settings in Settings for details).

18. Volume Up key - short press to increase the volume; long press to lock the keypad.

19. Power key - short press to enter/leave sleep mode; long press to switch phone on/ off; press for approximately 15 seconds to reset phone.

Getting started

Installing the SIM card, microSD card and battery

IMPORTANT: The SIM card is easily damaged by scratching and bending, so take care when handling it.

IMPORTANT: Keep SIM card away from static, dust and water.

IMPORTANT: Power off the phone and disconnect the charger before inserting or removing the SIM card.

To install the SIM card, microSD card and battery:

1. Move the cover of the cable, phone charging and headset connector away from the side of the phone.

2. With the back of the phone facing up, press down on the battery cover. Slide the cover towards the bottom of the phone, then lift it upwards and remove it from the phone.

3. If the battery is already installed, lift the tab at its base, then remove the battery.

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4. With the gold connectors facing downwards, align the SIM card the correct way, as shown in the diagram below. Push down lightly while sliding the SIM card into place.

5. With the gold connectors facing downwards, align the microSD card the correct way, as shown in the diagram below. Gently slide the microSD card into the slot until it clicks into place.

Getting started

To remove the microSD card, gently press it inwards. It will automatically eject.

IMPORTANT: Do not remove the microSD card while the phone is reading data from, or writing data to, the card.

TIP: Your Toshiba TG01 supports microSDHC™ memory cards. When transferring a memory card from your

Toshiba phone to another device, please check with the device manufacturer that

SDHC cards are fully supported.

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6. Insert the battery into the battery compartment with the gold connectors facing towards the top of the phone. The battery is shaped so that it can only be inserted this way. Gently push on the bottom of the battery (non-connector end) to insert it completely.

7. Gently slide the battery cover upward into place.

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WARNING: There is a danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly replaced.

Getting started

Using the stylus

The stylus is used for menu selection and data input on the touch screen of your Toshiba phone.

• Tap: Touch the screen once with the stylus to open items and select options.

• Drag: Hold the stylus on the screen and drag it to select text and images. Drag in a list to select multiple items.

• Tap and hold: Tap and hold the stylus on an item to see a list of actions available for that item. On the pop-up menu that is displayed, tap the required action.

IMPORTANT: For touch screen input, use only the included stylus or your finger. Use of other objects can damage the touch screen and will void the warranty.

IMPORTANT: Do not tap hard on the touch screen, as this may cause permanent damage to the screen.

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IMPORTANT: If the tip of the stylus is damaged, do not use it. If you use the touch screen with a damaged stylus, the touch screen may be damaged. When the stylus is damaged, please purchase a new one.

NOTE: Take care not to lose the stylus. It cannot be stored in the phone.

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Charging the battery

You will need to fully charge the battery before you can switch your Toshiba phone on for the first time. You can charge your battery in the following two ways:

• Either plug the AC charger into an AC outlet and connect it to the charger connector on your Toshiba phone. When the battery is fully charged, unplug the AC charger from the AC outlet and disconnect it from the phone charger connector by gripping it tightly and pulling gently, or

• connect your Toshiba phone to a PC with the

USB cable.

IMPORTANT: Do not remove the battery while it is charging.

The battery will only achieve optimum performance after two or three complete charges.

When charging is complete, disconnect the AC charger from the power source, or the USB cable from the PC, then disconnect your

Toshiba phone.

Battery information

Battery performance depends on many factors, such as your service provider's network configuration, signal strength, the temperature of the environment in which you operate your

Toshiba phone, the features and/or settings you select and use, items attached to your phone's connecting ports, and your voice, data, and other program usage patterns.

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NOTE: It is recommended that you save the data in your phone memory to a PC or storage card. The manufacturer is not responsible for data lost or altered due to battery discharge.

TIP: For information on optimising the power performance of your Toshiba

phone, see Backlight settings

and

Power settings in Settings.

Getting started

Low battery

When the battery charge level drops to 20% of its total capacity, an alert message and the low battery icon are displayed.

If the battery charge level runs too low for normal operation, your Toshiba phone will automatically switch off.

Managing a low battery

When the low battery alert is displayed, you should do the following:

1. Save your current data.

2. Charge the battery as soon as possible.

3. If you are unable to charge the battery immediately, we recommend that you switch off your phone.

Switching the power on and off

To switch your Toshiba phone on:

1. Press and hold the Power key for approximately two seconds.

2. If a PIN or security code is requested, enter the code.

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WARNING: The PIN code activates the services in your Toshiba phone and should be provided in the documentation supplied by your service provider.

If you enter the incorrect PIN for your SIM card three consecutive times, you will need to contact your service provider to obtain the Personal Unblocking Key

(PUK). Do not try to guess the PUK as your SIM card will be rendered permanently inoperative following ten consecutive unsuccessful attempts.

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To switch your Toshiba phone off:

1. Press and hold the Power key.

2. Tap Power Off to confirm powering off the phone.

Toshiba Touch user interface

Overview

The Toshiba Touch user interface is a customisable user interface that enables you to access information, run applications, make calls and navigate your Toshiba phone in a simple and quick way, using only one hand.

Toshiba Home Screen

The Toshiba Home Screen adds a fast and convenient way to navigate through your

Toshiba phone.

Important information such as date, time, status indicators and appointments is displayed on the

Toshiba Home Screen.

The Toshiba Home Screen also includes a menu system of eight stripes of thumbnail icons.

Getting started

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1. Start icon - tap to access the Windows

Mobile Start Menu.

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2. Status indicators. See Annex 3 - Common

status icons for further information.

3. Setting icon - enables you to edit the Clock or

Calendar settings if one of these gadgets is selected. If an alarm has been set, the alarm icon will be displayed here.

4. Gadget zone - displays information according to the currently selected gadget item (Information prompt, Clock, ToDo List/

Tasks or Calendar).

5. Tap an icon to change the item displayed in the gadget zone. To turn off the gadget zone, tap the icon.

6. Toshiba Menu. For details, see Toshiba

Menu.

7. Toshiba Menu headings. For details, see

Toshiba Menu.

8. Toshiba Menu thumbnails. For details, see

Toshiba Menu.

9. - used to make, answer and hold calls.

Tap to access the Phone screen.

10. - ends calls/operations and returns to

Toshiba Home Screen.

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11. Right softkey - enables you to change the order and colours of the Toshiba Menu stripes, and select the thumbnails.

To access the Toshiba Home Screen at any time, press the Home key or tap .

Toshiba Menu

The Toshiba Menu makes it easy to access various applications with your fingertip.

Each stripe consists of a heading and up to three visible thumbnails.

Headings can be specific applications or more general application launchers. Tap a heading to access the application or launcher directly.

Thumbnails can represent specific applications

(e.g. Calendar), functions of applications (e.g. incoming call history), or specific items (e.g. a picture). Tap a thumbnail to access the required application, function or item.

To view all of the thumbnails in a stripe, slide your finger upwards along the stripe as shown in the diagram below.

Getting started

To view the other stripes, slide your finger left or right as shown in the diagram below.

Slide your finger down the stripe to minimise the list of thumbnails.

For information on customising the Toshiba

Menu, see Customising the Toshiba Menu in

Settings.

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Motion Sensor

The Motion Sensor in your Toshiba phone enables you to quickly and easily carry out a variety of operations.

You can set up your phone to carry out specific operations when you move the phone in a particular way. Examples of the motions and corresponding operations are as follows:

• Change the screen orientation by turning the phone sideways.

• Answer a call by lightly shaking the phone.

• Move forwards and backwards through web pages by tilting the phone while pressing the centre of the TS key.

• Start Task Manager by tapping the back of the phone twice.

For information on setting up the Motion

Sensor, see Motion Sensor Settings in

Settings.

Toshiba Free Pad

The Toshiba Free Pad consists of two items - the Multi Function Pad and the Free Cursor

Pad.

The Multi Function Pad operates as cursor

(up, down, left, right) and Enter keys. It also enables you to access the Start Menu.

The Free Cursor Pad displays a mouse pointer on the screen so that you can operate the phone in the same way as using a mouse with a PC.

To open the Toshiba Free Pad, slide your finger upwards on the centre of the TS key.

To switch between the Multi Function Pad and the Free Cursor Pad, tap and hold the switching icon at the bottom right of the pad.

To move the Toshiba Free Pad:

1. Tap and hold on the bar at the top of the

Toshiba Free Pad. The bar will expand.

2. Drag the Toshiba Free Pad to a new position.

To close the Toshiba Free Pad, drag it out of the touch screen.

Getting started

Operator Settings

Using Operator Settings, you can quickly and easily configure mobile service provider settings, including GPRS, WAP, and MMS.

To use Operator Settings:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Operator Settings.

3. If the required settings are available from the U/SIM, tap the button showing your mobile service provider name.

4. If the settings are not available from the

U/SIM, tap Select Country.

5. Tap your country in the list.

6. Tap your mobile service provider in the list.

Synchronising your Toshiba phone with a PC

ActiveSync (for PCs running

Windows XP or earlier)

ActiveSync acts as the gateway between your

Microsoft Windows-powered PC and your

Toshiba phone. It allows you to synchronise

Microsoft Outlook information, Microsoft Office documents, pictures, music, videos and applications to and from your device.

In addition to synchronising with a PC,

ActiveSync allows you to synchronise

Microsoft Outlook information directly with

Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and Microsoft

Exchange Server 2007, so that you can keep your e-mail, calendar data, tasks and contact information updated wirelessly when you’re away from your PC.

You can install ActiveSync from your Windows

Mobile Getting Started CD.

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Once the software has been installed and your

Toshiba phone is connected to your PC, the

ActiveSync Setup Wizard is started. Simply follow the on-screen instructions.

If you are not synchronising directly with a

Microsoft Exchange server, do not select the option to synchronise directly with a server. The alternative is to synchronise your Toshiba phone with your PC. You cannot do both at the same time.

Starting and stopping ActiveSync synchronisation

To start and stop synchronisation:

1. Access ActiveSync. For details, see

Accessing applications and settings in

Annex 2 - Navigating your Toshiba

phone.

2. To start synchronisation, tap Sync.

3. To stop synchronisation, tap Stop.

Changing ActiveSync settings

Once you have set up synchronisation using the

ActiveSync Setup Wizard on the PC, you can change your synchronization settings at a later stage:

• If you want to change ActiveSync settings for synchronising with a PC, use

ActiveSync on the PC. For more information, see ActiveSync Help on the PC.

• If you want to change ActiveSync settings for synchronising with an Exchange server, use ActiveSync on your Toshiba phone.

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NOTE: Disconnect your Toshiba phone from your PC before changing the synchronisation settings.

Getting started

Windows Mobile Device Center

(for PCs running Windows Vista)

The Windows Mobile Device Center:

• Combines an efficient synchronisation platform with a compelling user experience.

• Enables you to set up new partnerships, synchronise content and manage music, pictures and video with Windows Mobile powered devices (Windows Mobile 2003 or later).

• Helps you to synchronise information such as e-mail, contacts and calendar appointments, easily manage your synchronisation settings, and transfer documents between your device and PC.

You can install Windows Mobile Device Center

(WMDC) from your Windows Mobile Getting

Started CD.

For further information on ActiveSync and

WMDC, refer to the Help on your PC.

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Call functions

Answering or ignoring a call

• To answer an incoming call, tap or

Answer.

• To ignore an incoming call, tap or Ignore.

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NOTE: If you choose to ignore a call, the caller will be connected to your voice mail, provided you are subscribed to this service.

TIP: When you have the headset connected to your Toshiba phone, you can do the following:

• Answer an incoming call by pressing the headset button.

• Ignore an incoming call by pressing and holding the headset button.

Ending a call

To end a call, tap or End.

TIP: When you have the headset connected to your Toshiba phone, you can end a call by pressing and holding the headset button.

Call functions

Making a call

Before making a call, ensure that your Toshiba phone is switched on, that there is a valid SIM card installed, and that the signal is sufficiently strong.

Making a call from the Phone screen

To make a call from the Phone screen:

1. Access the Phone screen.

2. Enter a phone number using the numeric keypad.

Dialling the last number called

To dial the last number called:

From the Toshiba Home Screen, tap twice.

Making a call from Contacts

To make a call from Contacts:

1. Access Contacts.

2. Scroll to the required contact, then tap .

TIP: If you have a long list of contacts, enter the first few letters of the contact's name. The phone will display only the matching contact. To call the contact, tap

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TIP: A work phone number (w), mobile phone number (m) and home phone number (h) can be assigned to a contact that is saved to the phone.

The mobile phone number is dialled by default.

To call a non-default number:

1. Tap the required contact.

2. Scroll to the required phone number, then tap or Call.

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Making an international call

To make an international call:

1. Access the Phone screen.

2. Tap and hold 0 on the keypad until the + sign is displayed.

3. Enter the full phone number, including the country code, area code (without the first 0) and phone number.

4. Tap

Speed Dial

Creating a speed dial

To create a speed dial:

1. Access Speed Dial.

2. Tap Menu > New.

3. Tap the required contact.

4. In the Location: field, select the speed dial number.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok twice.

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NOTE: The digit 0 is reserved for inserting the + character when dialling an international phone number. The digit 1 is reserved for calling your voice mail mailbox as a speed dial.

Call functions

TIP: To create a speed dial from

Contacts:

1. Tap the required contact.

2. Scroll to the required phone number, then tap Menu > Add to Speed Dial...

3. In the Location: field, select the speed dial number.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok twice.

Making a call using speed d ial

To make a call using speed dial:

1. Access Speed Dial.

2. Scroll to the required speed dial, then tap or Call.

TIP: To make a call using speed dial from the Phone screen:

From the Phone screen, tap and hold the required speed dial number on the keypad. If the speed dial number has two digits, tap the first digit, then tap and hold the second digit.

In-call options

Adjusting the volume

To adjust the volume while in a call:

Press the Volume Up key to increase the volume, and the Volume Down key to decrease the volume.

Putting a call on speakerphone

To put a call on speakerphone, tap Speaker On or Menu > Turn Speakerphone On.

To switch the speakerphone off, tap Speaker

Off or Menu > Turn Speakerphone Off.

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Muting a call

To mute a call, tap Mute or Menu > Mute.

To unmute the call, tap Unmute or Menu >

Unmute.

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Putting a call on hold

To put a call on hold, tap , Hold or Menu >

Hold.

To unhold the call, tap , Unhold or Menu >

Unhold.

TIP: When you have the headset connected to your Toshiba phone, you can place a call on hold by pressing the headset button.

To unhold the call, press the button again.

Putting a call on hands-free

To put a call on hands-free:

When hands-free equipment is attached to your

Toshiba phone, the item Menu > Turn Hands-

free On will be enabled.

Multiple and multiparty calls

Answering or ignoring a second call

• To answer a second call, tap or Answer.

The original call will be put on hold.

• To ignore a second call, tap or Ignore.

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Call Waiting in Settings.

Making a second call

To make a second call while already in a call:

1. Tap Hold or Menu > Hold to put the first call on hold.

2. Tap Keypad to display the numeric keypad.

3. Dial the second number, then tap or

Talk. The first call will remain on hold.

Swapping between calls

To swap between calls, tap , Swap or Menu

> Swap.

Call functions

Creating a conference call

To create a conference call:

With two calls active on your Toshiba phone, one active and the other on hold, tap Menu >

Conference. The calls will be joined together, and each party will be able to hear the other.

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TIP: To add another party to the conference call:

1. Tap Hold or Menu > Hold to put the conference call on hold.

2. Dial the number for the new party, then tap Talk.

3. When the new party has answered, tap

Menu > Conference.

Having a private conversation with a conference call party

To have a private conversation with a conference call party, you need to split the conference call.

To have a private conversation from a conference call:

1. Tap Menu > Private.

2. Scroll to the party with whom you wish to have the private conversation, then tap

Private.

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Call History

Call History displays a list of calls that you have missed, received and dialled recently.

Viewing Call History

To view Call History:

1. Access Call History.

2. If required, you can filter the list by tapping

Menu > Filter > Missed/Outgoing/

Incoming.

3. To view the details of a call, tap the required call.

Deleting Call History records

To delete a call from Call History:

1. Access Call History.

2. Scroll to the required entry in the list, then tap Menu > Delete.

3. Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.

To delete all calls from Call History:

1. Access Call History.

2. Tap Menu > Delete All Calls.

3. Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.

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History does not reset the Call Timers.

These need to be reset separately (see

Resetting Call Timers).

Viewing Call Timers

To view Call Timers:

1. Access Call History.

2. Tap Menu > Call Timers...

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Resetting Call Timers

To reset Call Timers:

1. Access Call History.

2. Tap Menu > Call Timers...

3. Tap Reset.

Messaging

You can create, send, receive, organise, delete and store the following message types on your

Toshiba phone:

• Short Message Service (SMS) messages.

• Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) messages.

• E-mail.

You can also use Windows Live to access

Hotmail.

Text messages

Text messaging, or the Short Message Service

(SMS), enables you to exchange text messages with other phones. For details on text messages, contact your service provider.

For information on setting up your text message

service centre, see Setting up text messages

service centre in Annex 4 - Configuring

SMS, MMS and e-mail.

Your Toshiba phone supports the sending of more than the standard 160-character limit. If you enter more than 160 characters, the message is split into linked text messages.

These linked messages will be sent at the same time.

Receiving text messages

Text messages are automatically received when your Toshiba phone is switched on. When your phone is off, messages are held by your service provider until the next time your phone is connected to the network.

Your Toshiba phone will alert you when a new text message arrives.

When you have an ongoing conversation using text messages, the messages are threaded together into a single conversation. This enables you to view the entire conversation as you type.

Replying to a text message

To reply to a text message:

1. From an open message, tap Reply. If you are replying to multiple recipients, tap Menu

> Reply/Forward > Reply All.

2. Enter your message.

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3. Tap Send.

Forwarding a text message

To forward a text message:

1. From an open message, tap Menu > Reply/

Forward > Forward.

2. Add recipient(s). For details of how to add a recipient, refer to Creating and sending a

text message.

3. If required, edit the message in the message area.

4. Tap Send.

Creating and sending a text message

To create and send a text message:

1. Access SMS/MMS.

2. Tap Menu > New > SMS.

3. Add recipient(s) using one or more of the following methods:

• With the cursor in the To: field, tap Menu >

Add Recipient..., then tap a recipient from the list of contacts.

• With the cursor in the To: field, enter the first few letters of a name stored in Contacts, then tap Menu > Check Names. If several matches are displayed, select the required one.

• Enter mobile phone number(s) in the To: field. Use a semicolon to separate multiple recipients.

• Tap To:, then tap a recipient from the list of contacts.

4. Scroll to the message area and enter your message.

5. Tap Send.

Options available when creating a text message

To convert the message to an MMS message, tap Menu > Insert, then tap the type of item that you want to add to the message.

To save time by inserting predefined text, tap

Menu > My Text, then select the text to insert.

You can also edit existing My Text items as required.

Messaging

To save a message as a draft, tap Menu > Save

to Drafts.

To check spelling before sending the message, tap Menu > Spell Check.

To delete the message without sending it, tap

Menu > Cancel Message.

Requesting delivery notification

To request a delivery notification:

1. Tap Menu > Message Options...

2. Tick the Request message delivery

notification checkbox.

3. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

MMS messages

The Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) enables you to exchange multimedia messages containing data such as text, pictures, sounds, animation and video clips. You can send MMS messages to other mobile phones or to e-mail addresses. For details of MMS, and to enable your account for this service, contact your service provider.

For details of configuring MMS settings

manually, see Configuring MMS settings in

Annex 4 - Configuring SMS, MMS and e-

mail.

Receiving MMS messages

Your Toshiba phone will alert you when a new

MMS message arrives. Depending on your settings, the message contents may download a few moments later.

To view the MMS message, tap the message in the SMS/MMS Inbox, then tap .

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Creating an MMS message

An MMS message can consist of many pages, also known as 'slides'. Each slide can hold an image, a sound and text, but you do not need to set all of these for each message. The maximum amount of content that can be sent in a message is set by your service provider.

To create an MMS message:

1. Access SMS/MMS.

2. Tap Menu > New > MMS.

3. Add recipient(s) using one or more of the following methods:

• With the cursor in the To: field, tap Menu >

Add Recipient > From Contacts.../From

Call History..., then tap a recipient.

• Enter mobile phone number(s) in the To: field. Use a semicolon to separate multiple recipients.

• Tap To:, then tap a recipient from the list of contacts.

4. Enter a message.

5. Tap Send when the message is ready.

Options available when creating an MMS message

You can add recipient(s) in copy (Cc:) or blind copy (Bcc:) to your message.

TIP: Scroll up to view the Cc: and Bcc: fields.

You can enter a subject for the message in the

Subject: field.

Inserting a picture or video

To insert a picture or video in the message:

1. Tap Insert picture/video or Menu > Insert

> Picture/Video... A preview of all pictures and videos in the current folder is displayed.

2. Either select one of the previewed pictures or launch the Camera application and capture a new picture or video.

Once you have selected a picture or video, the message creation screen is displayed again.

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TIP: You can capture a new picture or video from the message creation screen by tapping Menu > Capture > Image/

Video.

Inserting text

To insert text in the message:

1. Tap Insert text here or Menu > Insert >

Text...

2. Enter text. To insert predefined text, tap

Menu > Insert My Text...

3. Tap Done when you have finished inserting text.

Inserting audio

To insert audio in the message:

1. Tap Insert audio or Menu > Insert >

Audio... A list of all audio files in the current folder is displayed.

2. Select one of the audio files.

To use or create a template:

Tap Menu > Template. Tap Select a

Template... to select a template to use for a new MMS message, or Save as Template to save the current MMS message as a template for future use.

To preview the message before sending, tap the

Play icon.

To delete the message without sending it, tap

Menu > Cancel Message.

To select a background colour for the message, tap Menu > Options > Background, then tap the required colour.

You can also set the priority of the message, a delivery time delay for the sending of the message, an expiry time for the message, and request delivery and read reports.

To set these options, tap Menu > Options >

Send Options..., then set the options as required.

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E-mail

Before you can send or receive e-mails, you need to set up an e-mail account. Your Toshiba phone supports the following types of e-mail accounts:

• Internet e-mail (POP3/IMAP).

• Exchange server (Outlook).

For details of setting up e-mail accounts, see

Setting up e-mail accounts in Annex 4 -

Configuring SMS, MMS and e-mail.

Creating an e-mail

To create an e-mail:

1. Access Messaging.

2. Tap the e-mail account to use.

3. Tap Menu > New.

4. Add recipient(s) using one or more of the following methods:

• With the cursor in the To: field, tap Menu >

Add Recipient..., then tap a recipient from the list of contacts.

• With the cursor in the To: field, enter the first few letters of a name stored in Contacts, then tap Menu > Check Names. If several matches are displayed, select the required one.

• Enter e-mail address(es) in the To: field.

Use a semicolon to separate multiple recipients.

• Tap To:, then tap a recipient from the list of contacts.

5. Scroll to the message area and enter your message.

6. Tap Send when the message is ready.

E-mails are stored in your Outbox and are sent to recipients the next time you synchronise or connect to your e-mail server.

Messaging

Options available when creating an e-mail

You can add recipients in the Cc: and/or Bcc: fields.

TIP: Scroll up to view the Cc: and Bcc: fields.

You can enter a subject for the e-mail in the

Subject: field.

To add an attachment, tap Menu > Insert >

Picture/Voice Note/File, then select the item to add.

To save time by inserting predefined text, tap

Menu > My Text, then select the text to insert.

To save a message as a draft, tap Menu > Save

to Drafts.

To check spelling before sending the message, tap Menu > Spell Check.

To delete the message without sending it, tap

Menu > Cancel Message.

To set the priority of the e-mail, tap Menu >

Message Options..., then select the required option in the Priority: field.

Sending and receiving e-mail

To send and receive e-mail:

1. Access Messaging.

2. Tap the required e-mail account.

3. Tap Menu > Send/Receive. Your Toshiba phone connects to your Internet e-mail server and sends and receives your messages.

TIP: To stop this process, tap Menu >

Stop Send/Receive.

Downloading a complete e-mail

To download a complete e-mail:

1. Access Messaging.

2. Tap the required e-mail account.

3. Tap the required e-mail, then tap Menu >

Download Message. The complete message is retrieved the next time you synchronise or connect to your e-mail server to send/receive e-mail.

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Downloading and viewing an e-mail attachment

To download and view an e-mail attachment:

From an open message with an attachment, tap the attachment. The attachment is downloaded the next time you synchronise or connect to your e-mail server to send/receive e-mail.

After it has been downloaded, you can tap the attachment to view it.

Applications and multimedia

Excel Mobile

With Excel Mobile you can work on spreadsheets in the same way as on a PC. You can create new spreadsheets and charts, and open and edit workbooks created on a PC.

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NOTE: Some data and formatting may be lost when you save a workbook created on a PC to your Toshiba phone. See the

Microsoft website for details.

OneNote Mobile

With OneNote Mobile, you can gather notes and information in one place.

Notes in OneNote Mobile can contain text, images and voice recordings. You can also synchronise the notes with OneNote on a PC using ActiveSync.

PowerPoint Mobile

With PowerPoint Mobile, slide show presentations created on your PC can be opened and viewed on your Toshiba phone.

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Word Mobile

With Word Mobile you can work on documents in the same way as on a PC. You can create new documents and templates, and open and edit documents created on a PC.

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NOTE: Some data and formatting may be lost when you save the document on your

Toshiba phone. See the Microsoft website for details.

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Calendar

The Calendar application works like an electronic diary. You can keep track of your appointments, including meetings and other events.

You can display reminders on your Toshiba phone, as well as synchronising your phone with Outlook on your PC.

You can also schedule meetings via e-mail with contacts who use Microsoft Outlook or Outlook

Mobile.

Scheduling an appointment

To schedule a new appointment:

1. Access Calendar.

2. Tap Menu > New Appointment.

3. Enter details of the appointment, then tap the x/ok key or ok.

TIP: To send a meeting request:

1. Tap the Attendees: field.

2. Tap Add Required Attendee... or

Add Optional Attendee... as required.

3. Tap the contact to invite.

4. Add more contacts if required.

5. Tap the x/ok key,ok or Done when you have finished adding attendees.

6. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

7. Tap Yes to save the change and send the meeting request to the attendees.

The meeting request will be sent to the attendees when you next synchronise your Toshiba phone with your PC.

When attendees accept the meeting request, the meeting is automatically added to their schedules. When their responses are received, your calendar is updated.

Applications and multimedia

Sending an appointment

You can send an appointment within an MMS message.

To send an appointment:

1. Access Calendar.

2. Tap the required appointment.

3. Tap Menu > Send as vCalendar.

4. Add a recipient to the message, then tap

Send.

Changing the Calendar view

To change the Calendar view:

Tap the Left softkey to toggle between

Agenda, Day, Week, Month and Year views.

TIP: You can also change the Calendar view by tapping Menu > View, then tapping the required view.

Changing the default reminder time

By default, the reminder time is set to 15 minutes before an appointment.

To change the default reminder time:

1. Access Calendar.

2. Tap Menu > Tools > Options...

3. Tap the Appointments tab.

4. Make sure that the Set reminders for new

items checkbox is ticked, then change the reminder time.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

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Contacts

You can use the Contacts feature to store phone numbers, e-mail addresses, home addresses, and other information relating to a contact. You can also add a picture or assign a ring tone to a contact.

If you use Microsoft Outlook on a PC, you can synchronise contacts between your Toshiba phone and the PC.

Creating a new contact

To create a new contact:

1. Access Contacts.

2. Tap New.

3. Tap the contact type to create (Outlook

Contact or SIM Contact). Outlook contacts are stored on your Toshiba phone.

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USIM card can include a name, three phone numbers and an e-mail address.

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4. Enter the details of the new contact.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

TIP: You can customise Outlook contacts by adding a picture or a ring tone to uniquely identify the person calling you.

TIP: If someone whose phone number is not stored in Contacts calls you, you can create a contact for that person. To do this:

1. Access Call History.

2. Scroll to the required call, then tap

Menu > Save to Contacts.

3. Tap <New Contact>.

4. Tap the contact type to create.

5. Edit the details of the new contact as required, then tap Save.

Applications and multimedia

Finding a contact

To find a contact by name:

1. Access Contacts.

2. Tap the Enter a name... field.

3. Enter the first letter of the name of the contact to find. Matching contacts will be listed.

Copying contacts

To copy a phone contact to the SIM card:

1. Access Contacts.

2. Tap the required contact.

3. Tap Menu > Save to SIM.

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SIM card, only the supported fields will be copied.

To copy a SIM contact to the phone:

1. Access Contacts.

2. Tap the required contact.

3. Tap Menu > Save to Contacts.

To copy all phone contacts to the SIM card:

1. Access SIM Manager.

2. Tap the picture of the phone.

3. Tap Menu > Select All.

4. Tap Menu > Copy to SIM.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok after the copying has finished.

6. Tap the x/ok key or ok twice to exit the SIM

Manager application.

To copy all SIM contacts to the phone:

1. Access SIM Manager.

2. Tap the picture of the SIM card.

3. Tap Menu > Select All.

4. Tap Menu > Copy to Phone.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok after the copying has finished.

6. Tap the x/ok key or ok twice to exit the SIM

Manager application.

Deleting contacts

To delete a contact:

1. Access Contacts.

2. Tap the required contact.

3. Tap Menu > Delete Contact.

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4. Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.

To delete all contacts:

1. Access Contacts.

2. Tap Menu > Select Contacts > All.

3. Tap Menu > Delete Contact.

4. Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.

To delete all contacts from the phone:

1. Access SIM Manager.

2. Tap the picture of the phone.

3. Tap Menu > Select All.

4. Tap Delete.

5. Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.

6. Tap the x/ok key or ok after the deleting.

7. Tap the x/ok key or ok twice to exit the SIM

Manager application.

To delete all contacts from the SIM card:

1. Access SIM Manager.

2. Tap the picture of the SIM card.

3. Tap Menu > Select All.

4. Tap Delete.

5. Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.

6. Tap the x/ok key or ok after the deleting.

7. Tap the x/ok key or ok twice to exit the SIM

Manager application.

Sending contact information

You can send contact information in a text message or MMS message, or using Bluetooth.

To send contact information in a text message:

1. Access Contacts.

2. Tap the required contact.

3. Tap Menu > Send Contact > Text

Messages.

4. Select the specific information to send, then tap Done.

5. Add a recipient to the message, then tap

Send.

To send contact information in an MMS message:

1. Access Contacts.

2. Tap the required contact.

3. Tap Menu > Send as vCard.

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4. Add a recipient to the message, then tap

Send.

For details of sending contact information using

Bluetooth, see Beaming an item in

Connectivity.

Changing the text size of web pages

To change the text size of a web page:

1. From a web page, tap Menu > View > Text

Size.

2. Tap the required size.

Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer Mobile gives quick and easy access to searching using Live Search and web pages in your Favorites and History.

You can also type in an address to access other web pages.

Adding a web page to Favorites

To add a web page to Favorites:

1. From a web page, tap Menu > Add to

Favorites.

2. Edit the details if required, then tap Add.

Accessing a web page

To access a web page:

1. Access Internet Explorer.

2. Tap Menu > Go to Web Address.

3. Enter the address of the web page.

4. Tap the icon to the right of the address bar

(green arrow).

TIP: To return to the home page, tap

Menu > Home Page.

Changing the home page

To change the home page:

1. From a web page, tap Menu > Tools >

Options.

2. Tap Home Page.

3. Tap one of the following options:

Default Home page - to use the default home page.

Current page - to set the current web page as the home page.

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Custom page - to set a new home page.

Enter the address of the new home page in the field below.

4. Tap Done.

2. Select the Messaging account to use to send the link. A new message is created with the web page address in the body of the message.

3. Add a recipient and edit the message if required.

4. Tap Send.

Clearing temporary files, cookies and History

When you use the Internet, your Toshiba phone stores data that uses up some of the storage capacity of the phone. You can delete these files to free up storage.

To clear temporary files, cookies and History:

1. Access Internet Explorer.

2. Tap Menu > Tools > Options.

3. Tap Browsing History.

4. Scroll to the item to clear, then tap Clear.

5. Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.

6. Tap Done when you have finished.

Sending a link

To send a link using Messaging:

1. From a web page, tap Menu > Tools >

Send Link...

Increasing the speed of your

Internet browser

For details of increasing the speed of your

Internet browser, see Browser Settings in

Settings.

Games

Your Toshiba phone comes preloaded with the following games:

Bubble Breaker

Monopoly World Demo

NFS Undercover Demo

Solitaire

Applications and multimedia

Camera

Your Toshiba phone is equipped with a digital camera that can be used to capture photographs and video clips.

Starting the Camera

You can launch the Camera application using one of the following methods:

• From the Toshiba Home Screen, tap Start

> Programs > Camera.

• Press the Camera key.

• of a subject in motion.

- to capture a photograph after approximately 5, 10 or 15 seconds. This feature is useful for capturing a photograph that you can be in.

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- to select the required resolution for the photo or video.

NOTE: Images of higher resolution

(quality) will use more storage space.

- to zoom in and out.

Main Camera screen

The following options are available from the main Camera screen:

• - to access the Camera menu items.

• - to change the screen orientation.

• - to toggle the capture mode between the following modes:

- default, to capture a single photograph.

- to capture a video.

- to capture a series of 9 photos. This feature is useful for capturing a photograph

Capturing a photo

To capture a photo:

1. Start the Camera.

2. Aim the camera at the subject, then press the Camera key or tap . A preview of the photo is displayed.

TIP: To activate the auto-focus feature, tap before capturing the photo.

3. Select the required action from the following:

• tap to save the photo.

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• tap > Send to send the photo in an MMS message or e-mail.

• tap or > Delete, then to delete the photo.

Capturing a video

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NOTE: Close all open applications before capturing videos with maximum resolution

(640 x 480). This will avoid any deterioration in the video quality.

To capture a video:

1. Start the Camera.

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3. Aim the camera at the subject, then press the Camera key or tap to start recording.

TIP: To capture the video without sound, tap before capturing the video. The icon will change to .

4. Press the Camera key or tap to stop recording.

5. Select the required action from the following:

• tap to save the video.

• tap > Play to play the video.

• tap > Send to send the video in an MMS message or e-mail.

• tap or > Delete, then to delete the video.

Changing storage location

By default, all photographs and videos taken with the Camera are saved in the My Pictures folder on your Toshiba phone.

To save photographs and videos on a storage card:

1. Ensure that a storage card has been

installed (refer to Installing the SIM card,

microSD card and battery in Getting

started for installation instructions).

2. Start the Camera.

3. Tap

Settings...

4. Tap the General tab.

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5. In the Save to: field, select Storage Card.

6. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

CorePlayer

With CorePlayer, you can take control of your mobile multimedia playback using

CorePlayer’s simple yet powerful interface and features. It also comes with built-in YouTube support.

For any further information, visit http://support.corecodec.com/.

Java

Your Toshiba phone supports Java applications

(known as MIDlets) that are written for mobile devices. MIDlets include games and utilities.

Your phone supports Java 2 Edition, J2ME.

The Java application on your Toshiba phone enables you to download, install and manage

MIDlets.

File Explorer

File Explorer enables you to view and manage files saved in your Toshiba phone, or on a storage card.

Getting Started

Getting Started gives you step-by-step instructions for carrying out common procedures with your Toshiba phone.

Installing a Java application

To install a Java application:

1. Access Java.

2. Tap Menu > Install.

3. Select where to install the application from:

• To install from a website, tap Browser. This will launch the default browser. Go to the website with the required Java application and download the application. It is then loaded into the Java application.

• To install from a specific URL, tap URL.

If the URL has already been entered, tap it, then tap Go.

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If the URL has not been entered, tap Add, enter a name for the URL and the web address, then tap OK.

• To install an application stored on your

Toshiba phone, tap Local Files. All uninstalled Java applications stored on the phone and the storage card are displayed.

Tap the one to install.

4. The details of the selected application will be displayed and you will be prompted to confirm the installation. Tap Continue to install the application.

5. Select the folder in which to install the application, then tap OK.

6. Wait a few seconds while the application is installed. You can then run the application.

Running a Java application

Once Java applications are successfully installed, they are displayed on the main Java screen.

To run a Java application:

1. Access Java.

2. Tap the required application.

Notes

With

Notes, you can quickly capture ideas, questions, reminders, to-do lists and meeting notes by writing, typing or recording your voice in a note. This is especially useful when you don’t have a pen and paper to hand.

For further details of Notes, see Writing and

drawing on the screen in Annex 1 - Text

input.

Creating a note

To create a note:

1. Access Notes.

2. Tap New.

3. Change the input method if required. See

Input methods in Annex 1 - Text input for

further details.

4. Enter the note using your selected input method.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

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NOTE: To record a voice note, use the recording toolbar.

If this bar is not displayed, tap Menu >

View Recording Toolbar.

Viewing or playing a note

To view or play a note:

1. Access Notes.

2. Tap the note to view or play.

Pictures & Videos

Viewing pictures and videos

You can view pictures and videos stored on your

Toshiba phone or storage card using the

Pictures & Videos application.

To view pictures and videos:

1. Access Pictures & Videos.

2. Tap the required picture or video.

PhotoBase

PhotoBase is an image manager that enables you to manage and quickly preview images stored on your Toshiba phone. It also enables you to edit images and display your favourite images on the Calendar.

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Search

You can search for files and other items stored on your Toshiba phone in the My Documents folder or on a storage card.

You can search by file name or by keywords located in the item. For example, you can search e-mail messages, notes, appointments, contacts, and tasks as well as in Help.

To search for a file or an item:

1. Access Search.

2. In the Search for: field, enter the file name, word, or other information you require.

3. If you have searched for an item before, tap the arrow to the right of the Search for: field to find it in the searching history.

4. In the Type: field, select a data type to help narrow your search.

5. Tap Search.

In the Results list, you can tap the item you require to open it.

SIM Toolkit

When you install a SIM card that has applications loaded on it, you can run the applications using the SIM Toolkit application.

To run an application from the SIM card:

1. Access SIM Toolkit. The list of SIM applications is displayed.

2. Select the application that you want to run, then tap Select.

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NOTE: The SIM Toolkit icon ( ) is not displayed when the installed SIM card does not have any applications loaded.

The title of this icon depends on the title of the SIM. It will generally show the name of your service provider.

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Tasks

With the Tasks application, you can create oneoff tasks or recurring tasks. You can also set reminders for your tasks, and organise them by category.

Overdue tasks will be displayed in red.

TIP: You can synchronise tasks on your

Toshiba phone with your PC. This will keep tasks up to date in both locations.

If you create a new task with a reminder on your PC and then synchronise tasks with your phone, the reminder is activated at the time set on your PC.

Creating a task

To create a new task:

1. Access Tasks.

2. Tap Menu > New Task.

TIP: You can also create a task by entering a name for the task in the Tap

here to add a new task field. However, using this method you will need to add the details of the task separately.

3. Edit the details of the task as required.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

Changing the status of a task

When a new task is created, it will be set as active. When you have completed the task, you can update its status.

To mark a task as completed:

1. Access Tasks.

2. Scroll to the required task, then tap

Complete.

TIP: If you need to reactivate a task, scroll to the required task, then tap Activate.

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VideoEditor

VideoEditor enables you to easily edit videos.

You can also create video clips by combining still images, or create a video storyboard by mixing video, photos, text and music.

Windows Live

Windows Live gives access to searching using

Live Search.

Windows Media

Overview of Windows Media

Player 10 Mobile

You can use Windows Media Player 10 Mobile to play digital audio and video files that are stored on your Toshiba phone, a storage card or on the Internet.

Overview of screens and menus

Windows Media Player 10 Mobile has three primary screens:

Library screen - enables quick access of files and playlists. It also includes an item that enables you to switch to the Now

Playing screen.

To switch to the Playback screen from the

Library screen, tap the x/ok key or ok.

The Library screen will be the default screen displayed when you first use Windows

Media Player Mobile.

Now Playing screen - displays the Now

Playing playlist. This shows the file currently playing, as well as any files that are queued

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up to play next.

Playback screen - displays the playback controls and the video window. You can change the appearance of this screen by selecting a different skin.

Playing items stored on your

Toshiba phone

Use the Library to find and play music, videos, and playlists that are stored on your Toshiba phone or storage card.

To play an item stored on your Toshiba phone:

1. Access Windows Media.

2. If the item is in the Library, scroll to the item, then tap Play.

If the item is not in the Library, tap Menu >

Open File... Scroll to the item, then tap

Play.

TIP: To add files to the Library, tap Menu

> Update Library...

Playing items stored on a network

To play an item stored on a network:

1. Access Windows Media.

2. From the Library screen, tap Menu > Open

URL...

3. Enter the URL of the file, then tap OK, or select a URL from the History: field.

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NOTE: To play an item on a network, your

Toshiba phone must connect to the network. For more information about connecting your phone to a network, see

Internet connections in Connectivity.

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Connectivity

Wireless Manager enables you to easily switch the Phone, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi functionality on or off.

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NOTE: You can conserve battery power by switching off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi when they are not in use.

Switching radio transmission on/ off

You can switch the telephony radio transmission of your Toshiba phone on and off.

When the radio transmission is off, it is in 'Flight

Mode'. In this mode, you will not be able to make or receive calls, send or receive messages, or access the Internet.

To switch radio transmission on/off:

From Wireless Manager, tap the Phone item.

Radio transmission will toggle on or off.

Bluetooth

Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology. Devices with

Bluetooth capabilities can exchange data over a distance of approximately 10 metres without requiring a wired connection.

Bluetooth on your Toshiba phone has three modes: Off, On and Visible.

In Off mode, you cannot send or receive data using Bluetooth.

In On mode, your Toshiba phone can search for and connect to other devices. However, your phone will not be visible in searches by other devices.

In Visible mode, your Toshiba phone can search for and connect to other devices. Your phone will also be visible to other devices.

Changing Bluetooth mode

By default, Bluetooth is in Off mode. Bluetooth will remain in the same mode when turning your

Toshiba phone off and on.

Connectivity

To change Bluetooth mode:

1. Access Bluetooth.

2. Tab the Mode tab.

3. To set Bluetooth to Off mode, untick the

Turn on Bluetooth checkbox.

To set Bluetooth to On mode, tick the Turn

on Bluetooth checkbox.

To set Bluetooth to Visible mode, tick both the Turn on Bluetooth and Make this

device visible to other devices checkboxes.

TIP: You can also toggle Bluetooth mode using Wireless Manager.

Pairing devices

When devices are paired, a relationship is created that enables the exchange of data between the devices.

The pairing can be set up using a passcode, which will ensure that exchanged data is kept secure.

Pairing of devices only needs to be carried out once. After this, the devices can connect to each other and exchange data without the passcode needing to be entered again.

Before pairing your Toshiba phone with another device, ensure that:

• Your Toshiba phone and the other device are within 10 metres of each other.

• Bluetooth on your Toshiba phone is set to

On or Visible.

• Bluetooth on the other device is set to

Visible.

To pair your Toshiba phone with another device:

1. Access Bluetooth.

2. On the Devices tab, tap Add new device...

Your Toshiba phone will search for other

Bluetooth-enabled devices and display them in a list.

3. Tap the required device, then tap Next.

4. For enhanced security, enter a passcode in the Passcode: field. This is alphanumeric, and can be between 1 and 16 characters in length.

5. Tap Next.

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6. Wait for the other device to accept the pairing. If a passcode has been set on your

Toshiba phone, then it will need to be entered on the other device.

7. To edit the settings for the device, tap

Advanced. You can then edit the name to be used for the device, and select services to use from the device. Tap Save when you have finished.

To finish the pairing without editing the settings, tap Done.

Connecting a Bluetooth headset

Before connecting a Bluetooth headset to your

Toshiba phone, ensure that:

• Bluetooth on your Toshiba phone is set to

Visible.

• the Bluetooth headset is set to pairing mode.

To connect a Bluetooth headset:

1. Access Bluetooth.

2. On the Devices tab, tap Add new device...

3. Tap the Bluetooth headset in the list of devices, then tap Next.

4. Enter the passcode for the headset. This will be provided with your Bluetooth headset.

5. Tap Next.

6. Wait for the headset to accept the pairing.

7. A confirmation will be displayed when the headset has been connected. Tap

Advanced.

8. If required, edit the name of the headset.

9. Make sure that the Hands Free checkbox is ticked. If you are using a stereo Bluetooth headset, also make sure that the Wireless

Stereo checkbox is ticked.

10.Tap Save when you have finished.

Bluetooth security

Although your Toshiba phone has security features compliant with the Bluetooth standard specification, this security might not work properly when using your Toshiba phone in a non-secure environment. Take care when using the Bluetooth feature.

Connectivity

Beam

The term ‘Beam’ is used to describe the short range transfer of data between two devices via a Bluetooth connection.

You can beam Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Pictures & Videos items, and other files stored on your Toshiba phone, to other devices.

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NOTE: Bluetooth must be set to On or

Visible to send beamed items.

To receive beamed items, Bluetooth must be set to Visible.

Beaming an item

To beam an item to another device:

1. Scroll to the item that you want to beam, then tap Menu > Beam... (This path will vary slightly depending on the type of item that you want to beam.)

2. Tap the device to which you want to send the item.

Configuring your Toshiba phone to receive beamed data

To configure your Toshiba phone to receive beamed data:

1. Access Beam.

2. Tick the Receive all incoming beams. checkbox, then tap the x/ok key or ok.

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Internet connections

Your Toshiba phone is equipped with powerful networking functions that enable you to connect to the Internet through a General Packet Radio

Service (GPRS) or Universal Mobile

Telecommunications System (UMTS) network.

You can set up connections to the Internet or to a corporate network to browse the Internet, and exchange e-mail or instant messages.

If your Toshiba phone has not been preconfigured, you will need to manually enter the details for the required internet connections.

For details of setting up internet connections,

see Annex 5 - Configuring internet settings.

Domain Enroll

Domain Enroll enables you to enroll your

Toshiba phone as a domain member. You can then connect your phone securely to a network, e.g. your work network.

Internet Sharing

Internet Sharing enables you to use your

Toshiba phone as a modem for a PC.

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NOTE: This functionality is only available if it is supported on your SIM card.

To connect to the Internet using Internet

Sharing:

1. Connect your Toshiba phone to a PC using the USB cable or Bluetooth.

2. Access Internet Sharing.

3. In the PC Connection: field, select the type of connection used for connecting the phone and PC.

4. In the Network Connection: field, select the connection to use to connect to the

Internet.

5. Tap Connect. Once the connection is enabled, you can access the Internet on a

PC using your Toshiba phone as a modem.

6. When you have finished using the Internet, tap Disconnect on your phone.

Connectivity

USB to PC

USB to PC enables you to change the type of

USB connection used between your Toshiba phone and PC.

Wi-Fi

Your Toshiba phone supports Wi-Fi (Wireless

LAN), which is IEEE 802.11b/g compliant.

Connecting to a Wi-Fi network

Before connecting to a Wi-Fi network, ensure that Wi-Fi on your Toshiba phone is on.

To connect to a Wi-Fi network:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Wi-Fi Settings.

3. Tap the required network, then tap

Connect

or add a new network by tapping Add New and entering the details of the network.

TIP: You can also connect to a Wi-Fi network from the Wi-Fi settings.

Wi-Fi security

It is possible for an outside party to easily gain unlawful access to your Toshiba phone via

Wi-Fi if the security function is not used.

Without this security, your Toshiba phone carries the risk of unlawful access, wiretapping, and loss or destruction of data.

You should set up your Toshiba phone to use the authentication and encryption features in order to prevent such access.

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Settings

You can access the phone sound volume and ringer/call volume settings by tapping the ringer icon on the title bar.

Volume control has the following settings:

• Phone sound volume - 6 levels.

• Ringer/call volume - 6 levels.

• Both phone volume and ringer/call volume can be set to On, Vibrate or Off.

TIP: You can change the volume settings by pressing the Volume keys.

TIP: You can also change the phone volume and ringer/call volume settings using Toshiba Volume Settings. To do this:

1. Access Volume Settings.

2. Tap the required setting (On, Vibrate or Off), then tap OK.

Location Request

Location Request sets the action of your

Toshiba phone when there is a location request from the third party.

Settings

Security settings

It is advisable to apply certain security features in case your Toshiba phone is lost or stolen.

You can apply the following security to prevent unauthorised use:

• Device lock - using a password, this feature prevents unauthorised use of your Toshiba phone.

When this feature is activated, you will be prompted for a password when you switch on your Toshiba phone, and when you leave it idle for a set period of time. You will need to enter the password before you can use your

Toshiba phone.

• Phone lock - using a personal identification number (PIN), this feature prevents unauthorised use of your SIM card in any phone. When this feature is activated, you will be prompted for your PIN when you switch on your Toshiba phone. You cannot use the SIM card until the PIN is entered correctly.

SIM Lock - this feature prevents unauthorised use of your Toshiba phone with other SIM cards. When this feature is activated, your Toshiba phone can only be used with the SIM card that was in the phone during SIM Lock activation.

• Keypad lock - this feature prevents accidental calls and operations.

Enabling device lock

To enable the device lock:

1. Access Lock.

2. On the Password tab, tick the Prompt if

device unused for checkbox, and select how long your device can be left idle before a password is required.

3. Select a password type.

4. Enter and confirm a password.

5. Enter a hint on the Hint tab if required.

6. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

7. Tap Yes to confirm the changes.

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IMPORTANT: If you forget your password, you will need to reinitialise your

phone. See Master Clear for details.

Disabling device lock

To disable the device lock:

1. Access Lock.

2. Enter your current password, then tap

Unlock.

3. On the Password tab, untick the Prompt if

device unused for checkbox.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

5. Tap Yes to confirm the change.

Enabling phone lock

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NOTE: Before you start, you will need to know the SIM PIN. This is provided with your SIM card.

To enable the phone lock:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Security tab.

3. Tick the Require PIN when phone is used checkbox.

4. Enter the SIM PIN, then tap Enter.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

Disabling phone lock

To disable the phone lock:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Security tab.

3. Untick the Require PIN when phone is

used checkbox.

4. Enter the SIM PIN, then tap Enter.

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WARNING: If you enter the incorrect PIN for your SIM card three consecutive times, you will need to contact your service provider to obtain the PUK. Do not try to guess the PUK as your SIM card will be rendered permanently inoperative following ten consecutive unsuccessful attempts.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

Settings

Activating SIM Lock

To activate SIM Lock:

1. Access SIM Lock.

2. Tick the Lock phone to use current SIM

card only checkbox.

3. Enter and confirm a password of eight digits.

4. Tap Done, the x/ok key or ok.

5. Tap Yes to confirm the changes.

Deactivating SIM Lock

To deactivate SIM Lock:

1. Access SIM Lock.

2. Enter the SIM Lock password, then tap

Done, the x/ok key or ok.

3. Untick the Lock phone to use current SIM

card only checkbox.

4. Tap Done, the x/ok key or ok.

5. Tap Yes to confirm the changes.

Locking and unlocking the keypad

To lock the keypad, press and hold the Volume

Up key.

To unlock the keypad, tap the Unlock softkey, then tap Unlock on the screen.

Customising the Start Menu

You can select the applications to be displayed in the Start Menu. Applications that are not selected can be accessed by tapping Start >

Programs from the Toshiba Home Screen.

To customise the Start Menu:

1. Access Menus.

2. Tick the checkboxes for the required applications, then tap the x/ok key or ok.

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NOTE: Only seven items can be selected for the Start Menu.

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Customising the Toshiba

Menu

To customise the Toshiba Menu:

1. From the Toshiba Home Screen, tap

Menu.

2. Select the required settings from the following:

• tap Change Stripes to change the order and colours of the stripes.

• tap Thumbnail Settings to select the thumbnails for each stripe.

3. Tap OK when you have finished.

Owner Information

Owner Information enables you to enter contact information so that your phone can be easily returned if it is lost.

Phone settings

Setting ring tones

To set a ring tone:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. On the Phone tab, select the following:

• In the Ring type: field, select the required type of tone. This can be ringing, vibration, a combination of ringing and vibration, or none.

• In the Ring tone: field, select the required tone.

TIP: Tap the play icon to listen to a sample of the selected ring tone.

3. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

TIP: You can use custom sounds as ring tones. You can copy the files to your phone from your PC using ActiveSync, or download them from the Internet.

TIP: You can also set the ring tone from the Sounds & Notifications settings.

Settings

Setting keypad tones

To set keypad tones:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. On the Phone tab, select the required type of keypad tones in the Keypad: field. To have no keypad tones, select Off.

Call Barring

Call Barring enables you to block certain categories of incoming and outgoing calls (for example, international calls).

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NOTE: Before setting up Call Barring, you will need to obtain your call barring password from your service provider.

To set up Call Barring:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Services tab.

3. In the list of services, tap Call Barring, then tap the Get Settings... button. The settings will then be read from the network.

4. When the current settings are displayed, select the settings required for blocking incoming and outgoing calls.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

6. Enter the call barring password, then tap the

x/ok key or ok. The settings are sent to the network.

Caller ID

Caller ID allows selected call recipients to view your name and phone number information on their phone when you call them.

To configure Caller ID:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Services tab.

3. In the list of services, tap Caller ID, then tap the Get Settings... button.

4. In the Provide my caller ID to: field, select one of the following:

Everyone - your information will be displayed to everyone that you call.

No one - your information will be hidden from everyone that you call.

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Only to contacts - your information will only be displayed when you call a number stored in Contacts.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

Call Forwarding

Call Forwarding enables you to forward incoming calls to another number.

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NOTE: Call Forwarding is only available if it is supported by your service provider.

To set up Call Forwarding:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Services tab.

3. In the list of services, tap Call Forwarding, then tap the Get Settings... button.

4. Select the conditions during which you would like to forward incoming calls. Enter the phone number(s) for forwarded calls.

TIP: If you have set up voice mail, you can select Voicemail as the phone number for forwarded calls. For details of setting up voice mail, see Setting up voice mail.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

Call Waiting

Call Waiting notifies you of incoming calls when you are already in a call. You will then have the option to answer or ignore the second call.

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NOTE: Call Waiting is only available if it is supported by your service provider.

To enable Call Waiting:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Services tab.

3. In the list of services, tap Call Waiting, then tap the Get Settings... button.

4. Select whether or not you wish to be notified of waiting calls.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

Settings

Setting up voice mail

Voice mail is normally preconfigured. If it is not preconfigured, you can save your voice mail number to the phone manually.

To set up voice mail manually:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Mail Settings.

3. Tap SMS.

4. Enter your voice mail number in the Voice

mail number: field. This can be obtained from your service provider.

5. Tap OK.

Fixed Dialing

Fixed Dialing restricts the numbers that you can call from your Toshiba phone. When Fixed

Dialing is activated, you can only call predefined numbers or area codes. These numbers are stored in a list that you can set up and edit using your Toshiba phone.

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NOTE: Before setting up Fixed Dialing, you will need to obtain PIN2 from your service provider.

To set up Fixed Dialing:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Services tab.

3. In the list of services, tap Fixed Dialing, then tap the Get Settings... button.

4. Tick the Enable fixed dialing checkbox.

5. Tap Menu > Add.

6. In the Add or change the number

pattern: field, enter the phone number or area code you want to be able to call.

7. Tap Done.

8. If required, add more numbers, then tap

Done.

9. Enter PIN2, then tap Done.

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Setting the network selection type

To set the network selection type:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Network tab.

3. In the Network selection field, select

Automatic or Manual as required.

4. If you select Automatic, your Toshiba phone will register to the default network.

This network is defined by your SIM card.

5. If you select Manual, you will need to wait for the phone to search for all available networks.

When the list of networks is displayed, tap the required network, then tap OK. Your

Toshiba phone will register to the selected network.

6. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

The default setting is Automatic.

If you select Manual, and your current network becomes unavailable, you will need to wait for the phone to search for all available networks.

You can then select one to connect to.

Preferred networks

If you have selected the Automatic network selection type, following any failure in connection to your home network, your Toshiba phone will attempt to connect to the first network in the list of Preferred networks. If this fails, the phone will attempt to connect to the next network in the list, and so on.

To set up or update the list of Preferred

networks:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Network tab.

3. Tap Set Networks. The settings will then be read from the network.

4. Add new networks or reorder the list as required. You can also remove networks from the list by unticking the checkbox beside the network name.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

Settings

Connecting to a network

To connect to a network:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Network tab.

3. Tap Find Network. You will need to wait for the phone to search for all available networks.

When the list of networks is displayed, tap the required network, then tap OK. Your

Toshiba phone will register to the selected network.

Setting network mode

To set the network mode:

1. Access the Phone settings.

2. Tap the Mode tab.

3. Select a network mode from one of the following:

Automatic - selects network mode automatically.

HSDPA - selects 3G/3.5G network mode.

GSM - selects 2G/2.5G network mode.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

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NOTE: Changing the network mode settings may limit the ability of your

Toshiba phone to connect to the wireless network, and may result in signal failure.

Sounds & Notifications

You can set a different sound for different events. The sound can be set to something different for each type of event.

You can also set up the sounds and vibrations required when tapping the screen.

Setting sounds and notifications

To set sounds and notifications:

1. Access Sounds & Notifications.

2. On the Sounds tab, select the required settings from the following:

• Tick the Events checkbox to enable sounds for events such as warnings.

• Tick the Programs checkbox to enable sounds for applications.

• Select whether to enable sounds for

Screen taps or pressing Hardware

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buttons. You can also specify the level of the sounds.

3. On the Notifications tab, select the specific sound required for each event, and the way in which you want to be notified of the event.

Available items are dependent on the event selected.

TIP: Tap the play icon to listen to a sample of the selected sound.

TIP: You can use custom sounds by copying the files to your phone from your

PC using ActiveSync, or downloading them from the Internet.

TIP: Disabling sounds and flashing lights for events will help to conserve battery power.

4. On the Vibrations tab, select whether to activate vibrations for screen taps. You can also specify the length of the vibrations.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

About

The About setting enables you to view technical information about your Toshiba phone, including the operating system and memory of the phone. This information is useful when installing new applications on your Toshiba phone.

You can also change the name of your Toshiba phone as it is displayed to other devices (for example, when using Bluetooth).

Changing device name

To change the device name:

1. Access About.

2. Tap the Device ID tab.

3. Enter a new name for your Toshiba phone in the Device name: field. You can also add a description if required.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

Settings

Adjust Motion Sensor

If the Motion Sensor does not seem to be operating correctly, you can adjust it as follows:

1. Place your Toshiba phone on a stable, level surface, with the touch screen facing upwards.

2. Access Adjust Motion Sensor.

3. If the yellow circle is not in the centre of the target area, tap Adjust.

4. When the adjustment is complete, tap OK.

Backlight settings

You can adjust the brightness of the backlight, and set the backlight to dim after a specific amount of time has elapsed.

You can configure settings to prolong battery power.

To change the backlight settings:

1. Access Backlight.

2. On the Battery Power tab, you can select when to turn off the backlight when using battery power.

3. On the External Power tab, you can select when to turn off the backlight when using external power.

4. On the Brightness tab, you can adjust the brightness of the screen when using battery or external power.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

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Browser Settings

Browser Settings enables you to set Internet

Explorer as a high speed browser.

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NOTE: Using the high speed browser setting will increase battery consumption, and may increase the time taken to switch your Toshiba phone on/off.

Certificates

To view certificate details:

Access Certificates. On each tab, the certificate names, along with their issuing authority and expiry date, are displayed. Tap a certificate to view its details.

Clock & Alarms

Setting the date and time

To set the date and time:

1. Access Clock & Alarms.

2. In the Home section, you can set the time zone, current time and date for when you are at home.

3. In the Visiting section, you can set the time zone, current time and date when visiting another country or time zone.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

5. Tap Yes to save the changes.

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NOTE: These settings are only lost if you reset your Toshiba phone. Your settings are saved if you power off the phone, or if the battery is fully discharged.

Setting an alarm

To set an alarm:

1. Access Clock & Alarms.

2. Tap the Alarms tab.

Settings

3. Tap the letters below the < Description > field to select the days when the alarm is required.

4. Tap the time display on the right to set a time for this alarm, then tap the x/ok key or ok.

5. Tap the bell icon to select the types of alarm to use.

6. Tap the x/ok key or ok twice.

Additional clock and alarm settings

To set the clock to be displayed on the title bar in all programs:

1. Access Clock & Alarms.

2. Tap the More tab.

3. Tick the Display the clock on the title bar

in all programs checkbox.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

To set alarms to be audible even when the phone is set to silent or vibrate:

1. Access Clock & Alarms.

2. Tap the More tab.

3. Tick the Sound alarms even when the

device is set to silent or vibrate checkbox.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

Customer Feedback

Customer Feedback sends anonymous information to Microsoft for use in helping improve Windows Mobile software.

Encryption

This feature allows you to secure sensitive information on your storage card. The data will only be accessible when the card is installed in your Toshiba phone. If the card is lost or stolen, the information remains secure. The contents of the storage card cannot be accessed by anyone else because they are encrypted.

To encrypt the contents of your storage card:

1. Access Encryption.

2. Tick the Encrypt files when placed on a

storage card. checkbox.

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3. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

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WARNING: Anyone in possession of the encryption key can decrypt and access information stored on the storage card.

Error Reporting

Error Reporting sends data from your Toshiba phone to Microsoft technical support groups.

The data is used to diagnose program errors for devices running Windows Mobile software.

If a program error occurs, Error Reporting starts automatically. The information Microsoft receives is used by programming groups at

Microsoft. The data is used for quality control and will not be used for tracking individual users, installations or for any marketing purpose.

External GPS

To set up External GPS:

1. Access External GPS.

2. On the Programs tab, select the port that your Toshiba phone will use to obtain GPS data.

3. On the Hardware tab, select the hardware port to which your GPS device is connected.

You can also set the baud rate.

4. On the Access tab, tick the Manage GPS

automatically (recommended) checkbox if required. You are strongly advised to use this feature as it will enable Windows Mobile to manage access to your GPS device, and allows multiple programs to obtain GPS data simultaneously.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

Settings

Free Pad Settings

Enabling and disabling Toshiba

Free Pad

To enable/disable the Toshiba Free Pad:

1. Access Free Pad Settings.

2. Tick or untick the Use Toshiba Free Pad checkbox as required.

3. Tap OK.

Setting up Toshiba Free Pad for left or right-handed use

To set up Toshiba Free Pad for left or righthanded use:

1. Access Free Pad Settings.

2. Ensure that the Use Toshiba Free Pad checkbox is ticked.

3. Select Right-handed or Left-handed as required.

4. Tap OK.

Internal GPS

Internal GPS enables you to change the settings for downloading the latest satellite data from the network and detecting position information quickly.

Managed Programs

Managed Programs lists applications that have been installed remotely by your company system administrator. You can view details of these applications.

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Master Clear

Master Clear resets all settings on your

Toshiba phone to their factory defaults, and deletes all of your data.

You should only use this procedure as a last resort. It is recommended that you back up all of your data before using Master Clear.

If you are experiencing a problem with an application, it is most likely a result of a conflict between installed programs. We recommend uninstalling the most recently added program first. Also verify that the program is designed to be run on your Toshiba phone by comparing the requirements to the information provided with your phone. To view this information, access

About.

To reinitialise your Toshiba phone when it is switched on:

1. Access Master Clear.

2. Follow the on-screen instructions to reinitialise your phone. The phone will restart after it has been reinitialised.

To reinitialise your Toshiba phone if there are problems in accessing the Master Clear application:

1. Press and hold the Power key, the Volume

Up key and the Camera key until the

Master Clear screen is displayed (at least five seconds).

2. Within 60 seconds, press the Volume

Down key to select < Yes > for the onscreen confirmation, then press the

Camera key.

3. Press the Volume Down key to select

< Yes > for the on-screen final confirmation, then press the Camera key. The phone will restart after it has been reinitialised.

Settings

Memory management

To ensure optimum performance of your

Toshiba phone, it is necessary to maintain sufficient memory.

To check the memory available on your Toshiba phone:

1. Access Memory.

2. On the Main tab, you can view the details of

Storage and Program memory.

3. On the Storage Card tab, you can view the memory available on the storage card.

4. Tap Find large files using storage

memory. to search for specific files.

Motion Sensor Settings

Using these settings, you can select whether the motion sensor is activated when you tilt, shake, or tap your Toshiba phone.

Power settings

The Power settings enable you to check the battery status and configure settings to prolong battery power.

To view and change Power settings:

1. Access Power.

2. On the Battery tab, the remaining battery power is displayed.

3. On the Advanced tab, you can select when to turn off the phone when using battery or external power.

4. On the Wi-Fi tab, you can restrict sleep mode activation, and set the power save setting to use when Wi-Fi is on.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

Power Saving Settings

Power Saving Settings enables you to set up your Toshiba phone to optimise performance or save battery power, depending on your preferences.

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Regional Settings

Regional Settings enables you to specify the styles in which numbers, currency, time and date are displayed.

To change Regional Settings:

1. Access Regional Settings.

2. On the Region tab, select your region in the drop-down list. Changing this setting automatically updates the styles in which numbers, currency, time and date are displayed to the defaults for the selected region.

3. Change specific items on the other tabs if required.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

Remove Programs

Remove Programs enables you to delete applications that you have installed.

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To remove a program:

1. Access Remove Programs.

2. Tap the application to remove, then tap

Remove.

3. Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished removing programs.

Settings

Screen settings

Adjusting screen settings

To adjust screen settings:

1. Access Screen.

2. On the General tab, you can set up the screen orientation and alignment.

3. On the ClearType tab, you can enable

ClearType, which smooths the edge of screen fonts.

4. On the Text Size tab, you can slide the marker to adjust the text size. An example of the selected text size is displayed.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

Adjusting scroll speed

The scroll speed is the speed at which you can scroll through items in a list.

To adjust the scroll speed:

1. Access Buttons.

2. In the Delay before first repeat: field, move the pointer to adjust the time taken before scrolling begins.

3. In the Repeat rate: field, move the pointer to adjust the time taken to scroll from one item to the next.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

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Task Manager

Task Manager enables you to quickly switch between currently running applications.

It also enables you to end an application if it becomes unstable or the memory is low.

Switching between applications

To switch between applications using Task

Manager:

1. Access Task Manager.

2. Double-tap on the application to access.

TIP: Alternatively, tap the application, then tap Menu > Switch To.

Ending applications

To end an application using Task Manager:

1. Access Task Manager.

2. Tap the application to end, then tap End

Task. To end all running applications, tap

Menu > End All Tasks, then tap Yes to confirm the action.

3. Tap Menu > Exit when you have finished.

Video Quality Setting

This setting enables you to set the quality for playing video files.

Windows Update

You can use Windows Update to update the

Microsoft applications on your Toshiba phone.

Setting up Windows Update

To set up Windows Update:

1. Access Windows Update.

2. Tap Next.

3. Select one of the following options:

Automatic - your Toshiba phone will automatically check for and download important updates.

Manual - you will need to manually download and install important and optional updates.

4. Tap Next.

5. Tap Finish.

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Checking for updates

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updates. See Annex 5 - Configuring

internet settings for details of setting up

the connection.

To check for updates:

1. Access Windows Update.

2. Tap Check Now.

Sleep Mode Indicator

This setting enables you to set the LED indicator to be on when your Toshiba phone is in sleep mode.

Operator Name Setting

This setting enables you to select whether the operator name is displayed on the Toshiba

Home Screen.

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Specifications

System Information

Processor

Memory

Operating System

Qualcomm

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Snapdragon™ QSD8250 at 1 GHz

RAM : 256 MB

ROM : 512 MB

Windows Mobile

®

6.1 Professional

UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA GSM/GPRS/EDGE Frequency Range

Within 3G (UMTS) 2100 1920 - 2170 MHz

Within GSM 850

Within GSM 900

824 - 894 MHz

880 - 960 MHz

Within DCS 1800

Within PCS 1900

1710 - 1880 MHz

1850 - 1990 MHz

Continuous Talk Time

Within 3G (UMTS) area

Within GSM area

Continuous Standby Time

Within 3G (UMTS) area

Within GSM area

Approximately 240 minutes

Approximately 275 minutes

Approximately 220 hours

Approximately 225 hours

Specifications

Maximum Output

Within 3G (UMTS) 2100

Within GSM 850

Within GSM 900

Within DCS 1800

Within PCS 1900

Dimensions (H × W × D)

Weight

AC Charger

Input voltage

Charging temperature range

Battery charging time

Display

LCD

Resolution

Class 3 0.25 W

Class 4 2 W

Class 4 2 W

Class 1 1 W

Class 1 1 W

Approximately 130 mm x 70 mm x 9.9 mm

Approximately 129 g

100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz

5 to 35 °C

Approximately 140 minutes

4.1'' TFT LCD with Touch screen

800 x 480 (65536 colours)

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Audio/Video codecs

Audio

Video

Connectivity

Bluetooth

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Interface

Cable, headset and phone charging

Headset Connector

Expansion slot

AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMRNB, MP3, WMA

ASF, H.263, H.264, MPEG-4, WMV

Bluetooth™ ver2.0 + EDR (Power Class 2)

Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)

Audio/Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)

Generic Access Profile (GAP)

Hands-Free Profile (HFP)

Headset Profile (HSP)

Personal Area Networking Profile (PAN)

Phone Book Access Profile (PBAP)

Serial Port Profile (SPP)

IEEE 802.11b/g

AES, TKIP, WEP, WPA, WPA-PSK, WPA2, WPA2-PSK

Micro-USB (Client, Full Speed, High Speed, Host) / Headset /

Charger

Micro-USB stereo headset microSD™

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Problem

Cannot switch phone on.

Possible cause

Battery out of power.

Possible solution

Charge the battery (see page 32).

Battery not installed correctly. Ensure that the battery is inserted correctly

(see page 30).

Battery out of power.

Charge the battery (see page 32).

Phone switches off automatically.

Cannot charge battery.

Battery loses power quickly.

Battery not installed correctly. Ensure that the battery is inserted correctly

(see page 30).

AC charger not connected.

Ensure that the AC charger is connected to the phone and to a working AC outlet.

Connectors are dirty.

Battery has worn out.

Battery or AC charger is damaged.

Backlight and Power settings need to be adjusted.

Clean the connectors of the AC charger and battery.

Replace the battery.

Replace the battery or charger. Contact your dealer for assistance.

Adjust settings to optimise power

performance (see page 91 and page 97).

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Problem

Network not displayed.

Cannot make a call.

Cannot answer a call.

No ringing for an incoming call.

Possible cause

SIM card not installed correctly.

Contacts between SIM card and phone are dirty.

Network signal is weak.

Possible solution

Ensure that the SIM card is inserted

correctly (see page 28).

Gently clean the contacts of the SIM card and phone.

Move clear of any obstructions that may block the signal.

SIM card is damaged.

You are outside of your network service area.

Contact your service provider to obtain a replacement SIM card.

Connect to a different network if this is supported by your service provider

(see page 89).

Phone or SIM card is locked.

Unlock the phone or SIM card

(see page 81).

Call Barring is active.

Call Forwarding is active.

Call Barring is active.

Phone is set to not ring for incoming calls.

Deactivate Call Barring (see page 85).

Deactivate Call Forwarding (see page 86).

Deactivate Call Barring (see page 85).

Edit the ringtone settings (see page 84).

Troubleshooting

Problem Possible cause

Poor call quality. Network signal is weak.

Network signal is changing frequently, e.g. when travelling on a train.

Phone is muted.

Possible solution

Move clear of any obstructions that may block the signal.

Wait until signal strength is consistently high before making or answering a call.

Unmute the phone (see page 45).

Other party in a call cannot hear you.

Cannot send or receive text messages.

Cannot send or receive MMS messages.

Cannot access the Internet.

Your service provider is not enabling this service.

Your service provider is not enabling this service.

MMS settings are missing or incorrect.

Your service provider is not enabling this service.

Network settings are missing or incorrect.

Contact your service provider to check your subscription status.

Contact your service provider to check your subscription status.

Ensure that the MMS settings are correct

(see page 124). To obtain the settings,

contact your service provider.

Contact your service provider to check your subscription status.

Ensure that the network settings are correct

(see page 78). To obtain the settings,

contact your service provider.

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Problem

Storage memory is low.

Possible cause

Too many items stored on the phone.

Storage card is not recognised.

Storage card not installed correctly.

Storage card is damaged.

Possible solution

Delete any unwanted messages, clear the

Internet history, and delete any unwanted files.

Ensure that the storage card is inserted

correctly (see page 28).

Replace the storage card.

Annex 1 - Text input

Your Toshiba phone enables you to enter information in three different ways:

• Typing - using the Input Panel.

• Writing - using the stylus, writing directly on the screen.

• Drawing - using the stylus, drawing directly on the screen.

Input Panel

The Input Panel provides the following input methods:

Block Recognizer

Keyboard

Letter Recognizer

Toshiba Keyboard

Transcriber

The Input Panel icon is displayed at the centre bottom of the screen when text input is possible.

To open the Input Panel, tap the Input Panel icon. You can then tap the arrow beside the icon to select other input methods.

When you begin entering a word using any of the input methods except Transcriber, your

Toshiba phone will suggest possible words. Tap one of the suggested words to enter it.

Your Toshiba phone will learn words as you use them. They will then be used as suggested words in the future.

Block Recognizer

With Block Recognizer, you use a single stroke to write individual letters, numbers and punctuation, which are then converted into typed text.

The handwriting area is divided into two designated parts: abc and 123.

Write characters, numbers, symbols and punctuation in the separate areas:

• Write in the abc area to enter lower case letters.

• Write in the 123 area to enter numbers.

• Tap the button in the bottom right corner labelled ‘@$*’ to open the table of symbols and punctuation.

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NOTE: Block Recognizer is available when text entry is possible.

TIP: For help with using Block

Recognizer, tap ? in the right corner to see a demo.

Keyboard

With Keyboard, you use the stylus to tap on the keyboard to enter characters.

TIP: Tap áü to enter miscellaneous letters and symbols.

Letter Recognizer

With Letter Recognizer, you can write individual letters, numbers and punctuation, which are then converted into typed text.

The handwriting area is divided into three designated parts: ABC, abc and 123.

Write characters, numbers, symbols, and punctuation in the separate areas:

• Write in the ABC area to enter upper case letters.

• Write in the abc area to enter lower case letters.

• Write in the 123 area to enter numbers.

• Tap the button in the bottom right corner labelled ‘@$*’ to open the table of symbols and punctuation.

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TIP: For help with using Letter

Recognizer, tap ? in the right corner to see a demo.

Toshiba Keyboard

With Toshiba Keyboard, you use the stylus to tap on the keyboard to enter characters.

Toshiba Keyboard consists of the following three keyboard layouts:

QWERTY pad - this has a similar layout to a

PC keyboard.

Multi-tap pad - this has a similar layout to a conventional multi-tap mobile phone keypad.

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Numeric/Symbol pad - this enables easy entry of numbers, symbols and special language characters.

Tap the pad switch buttons ( and for

QWERTY pad, different pads.

Multi-tap pad,

Numeric/Symbol pad) to switch between the

Transcriber

Transcriber is a handwriting recognition program that enables you to write in cursive, print, or a combination of both.

Transcriber enables you to write anywhere on the screen using the stylus, just as you would write on paper. Unlike when using Block

Recognizer and Letter Recognizer, you can write entire sentences. When you pause,

Transcriber will convert the written text to typed text.

Transcriber works transparently in the background, recognising words with its integrated dictionary. When Transcriber is active, it interprets stylus movement anywhere on the screen as handwriting input.

Showing and hiding the Transcriber toolbar

The Transcriber toolbar provides easy access to several tools, as well as Enter, Space, and

Backspace buttons, and left and right arrow buttons. It is displayed at the bottom of the screen when Transcriber is active.

To show or hide the Transcriber toolbar, tap the Transcriber icon at the bottom of the screen.

Using the Transcriber keyboard

Transcriber comes with an on-screen keyboard that provides an easy way to add punctuation or a special symbol to existing text.

To access the Transcriber keyboard:

Tap the keyboard button on the Transcriber toolbar. The keyboard is displayed until you tap the keyboard button again.

TIP: To reposition the keyboard, tap and hold the top bar, then drag it to the desired location.

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TIP: When no text is selected, you can open the keyboard by doing the gesture.

Editing text with Transcriber

To edit text with Transcriber:

1. Draw a line across the text you want to edit.

After you lift the stylus from the screen, the line will disappear and the selected text will be highlighted.

2. Do one of the following:

• Rewrite the text.

• Use gestures to capitalise letters, insert a space, etc.

Using gestures in Transcriber

To use gestures in Transcriber:

Use quick strokes of the stylus to edit your text.

Do the Enter, Space, and Tab gestures while writing text to insert returns, spaces, or tabs.

Available gestures are described in the

Overview of Microsoft Transcriber.

Optimising handwriting recognition for

Transcriber

If Transcriber does not recognise your handwriting as accurately or quickly as you would like, there are some things you can do to optimise handwriting recognition.

• Select the Writing Direction: picture that best matches the slant of your handwriting.

• Use Letter Shapes to eliminate letter shapes that you do not use or to learn methods of writing characters that will make them easier for Transcriber to recognise.

• Try writing in another format. If you have been printing, try writing cursive, or if you have been writing in both cursive and print, try printing alone.

• Adjust the speed at which Transcriber returns text after you write.

• Add a user dictionary that contains special terms you may be using, such as medical or legal terms.

• Verify that you are using your Letter Shapes user profile.

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Input Options

To set the input options:

1. Tap the Input Panel selector arrow, then tap Options...

2. In the Input method: field, select the required input method. Tap Options... to access the options available for the selected method. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

3. Tap the Word Completion tab to change the settings for suggested words and automatic correction.

4. Tap the Options tab to change the general input settings, including zoom levels and capitalisation.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

Writing and drawing on the screen

With your Toshiba phone, you can draw directly on the screen, write on the screen, and save notes in your own handwriting. To do this, you must first set the input mode in Notes to

Writing. If you prefer to use handwriting or frequently add drawings to your notes, you may find it helpful to set Writing as the default input mode. If you prefer typed text, set Typing as the default input mode.

To set the input mode for Notes:

1. Access Notes.

2. Tap Menu > Options...

3. In the Default mode: field, select one of the following:

Writing - if you want to draw or enter handwritten text in a note.

Typing - if you want to create a typed note.

4. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

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To hand write a note:

1. Access Notes.

2. Tap New.

3. Tap Menu, and make sure that Draw is ticked.

4. Write text on the screen.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

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NOTE: If a letter crosses three or more ruled lines, it is treated as a drawing rather than text.

To draw on the screen using the stylus:

1. Access Notes.

2. Tap New.

3. Tap Menu, and make sure that Draw is ticked.

4. Using the stylus, draw over at least three ruled lines. A box labelled Drawing is displayed around the drawing.

5. Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

TIP: To select a drawing (for example, to copy or delete it), tap and hold the drawing briefly. When you lift the stylus, the drawing is selected.

Annex 2 - Navigating your Toshiba phone

This section gives information about some of the main screens on your Toshiba phone. It also gives an overview of the menu structure of your phone.

Start Menu

1

2

3

5

6

1. Today.

2. Pinned applications.

3. Recently used applications.

4. Programs.

5. Settings.

6. Help.

Tap the required item to access it.

To access the Start Menu, tap the Start icon from the Toshiba Home Screen or Multi

Function Pad.

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Phone screen

• From the Toshiba Home Screen, tap

Phone or .

• From the Toshiba Free Pad (multi function pad only), tap the Start icon, then tap

Phone.

TIP: When you tap a key on the numeric keypad, a list of names and/or numbers is displayed. This list shows matching names and numbers from Contacts, Call

History, Speed Dial and the SIM card.

For example, if you tap 2, names beginning with A, B or C and phone numbers beginning with 2 are displayed.

You can enter more characters to reduce the number of matching entries.

To call an entry, tap it, then tap or Call.

You can access the Phone screen in the following ways:

• From the Toshiba Home Screen, tap the heading of the Phone menu.

• From the Toshiba Home Screen, tap Start

> Phone.

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Accessing applications and settings

Toshiba Menu structure

Phone (Outgoing, Incoming, Contacts)

Phone screen

Settings (Wireless Manager, Volume

Settings, Lock)

Alarms

Lock

Wireless Manager

Owner Information

Task Manager

Volume Settings

Toshiba Help

Easy Connection

Network Settings

Operator Settings

Mail Settings

Wi-Fi Settings

Toshiba Utilities

Sound Settings

Notification Settings

Motion Sensor Settings

Clock

Sleep Mode Indicator

Video Quality Setting

Browser Settings

Power Saving Settings

Operator Name Setting

Free Pad Settings

Adjust Motion Sensor

Applications (Maps, Play Video, Contacts)

Maps

Play Video

Monopoly World Demo

NFS Undercover

CorePlayer

Contacts

Excel Mobile

OneNote Mobile

PowerPoint Mobile

Word Mobile

Adobe Reader LE

Internet Explorer

Internet Sharing

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Java

Messaging

PhotoBase

Pictures & Videos

VideoEditor

Windows Live

Orange World (Internet, Search, TV&Video,

Help, Account)

Internet Explorer

Messaging (SMS/MMS, New SMS, Email)

Messaging

Media (Help)

Windows Media

Files (My Music, My Pictures, My Videos)

File Explorer

Tools (Search, ActiveSync, Calendar)

ActiveSync

Calculator

Calendar

Notes

Search

SIM Manager

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Contacts Backup

NOTE: The Toshiba Menu is customisable so the default menu structure has been described. For information on customising the Toshiba

Menu, see Customising the Toshiba

Menu in Settings.

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Windows Mobile menu structure

Start

Office Mobile

Excel Mobile

OneNote Mobile

PowerPoint Mobile

Word Mobile

Calendar

Contacts

Internet Explorer

Messaging

SMS/MMS

Orange e-mail

Setup E-mail

Phone

Programs

Games

Bubble Breaker

Monopoly World Demo

NFS Undercover Demo

Solitaire

ActiveSync

Adobe Reader LE

Calculator

Camera

Contacts Backup

CorePlayer

File Explorer

Getting Started

Internet Sharing

Java

Notes

Orange Maps

PhotoBase

Pictures & Videos

Search

SIM Manager

SIM Toolkit

Task Manager

Tasks

Video Player

VideoEditor

Windows Live

Windows Media

Settings

Personal

Buttons

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Input

Location Request

Lock

Menus

Owner Information

Phone

SIM Lock

Sounds & Notifications

Today

System

About

Adjust Motion Sensor

Backlight

Browser Settings

Certificates

Clock & Alarms

Customer Feedback

Encryption

Error Reporting

External GPS

Free Pad Settings

Internal GPS

Managed Programs

Master Clear

Memory

Motion Sensor Settings

Power

Power Saving Settings

Regional Settings

Remove Programs

Screen

Sleep Mode Indicator

Task Manager

Video Quality Setting

Windows Update

Connections

Beam

Bluetooth

Connections

Domain Enroll

GPRS Settings

USB to PC

Wi-Fi

Help

Wireless Manager

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Type

Radio signal icons

Icon Description

Signal strength

No signal

No radio service. The phone has not yet connected to a network.

Radio signal lost. The phone is searching for a signal.

Phone set to Off.

GPRS available

EDGE available

3G/UMTS available

HSDPA available

Connecting to GPRS

Connecting to EDGE

Connecting to 3G/UMTS

Connecting to HSDPA

Active GPRS connection

Active EDGE connection

Active 3G/UMTS connection

Active HSDPA connection

Roaming

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Type

Connectivity icons

Call icons

Volume icons

Notification icons

Icon Description

Bluetooth set to On.

Incoming beam.

Wi-Fi set to On.

Wi-Fi network(s) in range.

Animated - connecting to a Wi-Fi network.

Static - connected to a Wi-Fi network.

Call in progress

Data call in progress

Call on hold

Speakerphone on

Calls forwarded

Missed call

Ringer on for incoming calls

Ringer off for incoming calls

Vibrate for incoming calls

New message(s) received (includes voice mail messages)*

New voice mail message received*

New instant message(s) received

New MMS message(s) received

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Type

Notification icons

Battery icons

ActiveSync icons

Other icons

Icon Description

Multiple notifications. This icon is displayed when there are multiple occurrences that would normally each display an icon, for example, when there is a missed call and a message received.

This icon is displayed automatically after the last notification icon has been displayed briefly. You can tap this icon to view the individual notifications.

Battery level

Battery level low

Battery charging

Synchronisation over GPRS in progress

Synchronisation over EDGE in progress

Synchronisation over 3G/UMTS in progress

Synchronisation over Wi-Fi in progress

Synchronisation error

Alarm pending

No SIM card

* The type of voice mail message indicator displayed is dependent on your service provider. Your service provider may also allow you to select the type of voice mail notification that you receive.

Please contact your service provider for details.

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Setting up text messages service centre

To set up the text messages service centre:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Mail Settings.

3. Tap SMS.

4. Enter the required number in the Text

messages service centre: field. This number can be obtained from your service provider.

5. Tap OK.

TIP: You can also set up the text messages service centre from the Phone settings.

Configuring MMS settings

If your Toshiba phone has not been preconfigured, you will need to manually enter the details of the MMS account. These details are available from your service provider.

To configure MMS settings:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Mail Settings.

3. Tap MMS.

4. Tap Add New.

5. Enter the following details:

Server name: - enter a descriptive name, such as the name of your service provider.

Gateway: - enter the WAP gateway to be used for this connection.

Server address: - enter the URL address of the MMS server.

6. Tap Next.

7. Enter the following details:

Port number: - enter the HTTP port number for connecting to the MMS server and for file transfer.

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Message sending size limit: - select the maximum MMS message size permitted by your service provider.

Connect via: - select the connection point for the MMS server.

8. Tap OK.

TIP: If you have several MMS providers, you can set one as the default. To do this, scroll to the required entry, then tap

Default. A check mark is displayed next to the default MMSC entry.

Setting up e-mail accounts

Setting up an e-mail account automatically

To set up an e-mail account automatically:

1. Access Messaging.

2. Tap Setup E-mail.

3. In the E-mail address: field, enter the e-mail address for this account.

4. Enter a password in the Password: field.

TIP: Choose a strong password - strengthen the security of your password by selecting a combination of alphabet and numeric characters.

5. Tick the Save password checkbox if you wish to save your password to your Toshiba phone. This will mean that you do not need to enter it each time you connect to your email server. This may or may not be required by your internet service provider

(ISP).

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!

WARNING: If you save your password and then lose your Toshiba phone, you run the risk of someone else being able to access your e-mail account.

6. Tap Next.

7. Ensure that the Try to get e-mail settings

automatically from the Internet is ticked, then tap Next.

If the account has set up successfully, you are prompted to send and receive e-mail.

If the account has not set up successfully, tap

Next and then set up the account manually.

Setting up an Internet or custom domain e-mail account manually

You will need to set up an Internet or custom domain e-mail account if your e-mail provider supports POP or IMAP e-mail. Contact your email provider for further information.

A custom domain e-mail account has an address hosted by a different provider than indicated by the domain. For example, your email address may be “[email protected]”, although “live.com” hosts the account and provides the messaging services.

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NOTE: Before setting up the account, you will need to obtain the required information from your e-mail provider.

To set up an Internet or custom domain e-mail account manually:

1. Access Messaging.

2. Tap Setup E-mail.

3. In the E-mail address: field, enter the email address for this account.

4. Enter a password in the Password: field.

5. Tick the Save password checkbox if you wish to save your password to your Toshiba phone. This will mean that you do not need to enter it each time you connect to your email server. This may or may not be required by your internet service provider

(ISP).

6. Tap Next.

7. Untick the Try to get e-mail settings

automatically from the Internet

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checkbox, then tap Next.

8. In the Your e-mail provider: field, select

Internet e-mail or Custom domain as required.

9. Tap Next.

10.If you are setting up a custom domain e-mail account, enter the domain of your e-mail address provider in the E-mail provider

domain: field, then tap Next.

11.Enter the name that you want displayed when you send e-mail in the Your name: field.

12.Enter a unique name for this account in the

Account display name: field, then tap

Next.

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NOTE: This name cannot be changed later.

13.Enter the name of the incoming server in the

Incoming mail server: field.

14.Select the server type that hosts your e-mail mailbox in the Account type: list (POP3 or

IMAP4), then tap Next.

15.Enter the user name assigned to you by your ISP in the User name: field. This is usually the first part of your e-mail address, before the ‘@’ sign.

16.Tap Next.

17.Enter the name of the outgoing server in the

Outgoing (SMTP) mail server: field.

18.Tick the Outgoing server requires

authentication checkbox if the outgoing server requires authentication. This authentication will use the user name and password that you have already entered.

19.Tick the Use the same user name and

password for sending e-mail checkbox if required.

20.Tap the Advanced Server Settings link to set the following additional settings if required.

Tick the checkboxes if you wish to enable

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection.

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IMPORTANT: SSL connection enables you to send and/or receive personal information more securely. If you select one or both of these options and your ISP does not support SSL connection, you will not be able to send and/or receive e-mail.

The Network connection: field enables you to select the network to which your email server connects.

Tap Done when you have finished.

21.Tap Next.

22.Select the frequency with which to send and receive your e-mail in the Automatic Send/

Receive: field.

23.Tap the Review all download settings link to set the following additional settings if required:

The Download messages: field enables you to set the time range for downloading messages from the server.

Tap Advanced Settings to edit additional settings for sending, receiving and deleting e-mails if required.

Tap Done, then Next when you have finished.

24.Select the format for sending messages

(HTML or Plain Text) in the Message

format: field.

25.Select the download size limitation in the

Message download limit: field.

26.Select the download preferences for attachments in IMAP4 e-mails in the

Download attachments: field.

27.Tap Finish.

Setting up an Outlook e-mail account manually

An Outlook e-mail account is created and managed by a Microsoft Exchange server, usually within a company or other organisation.

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NOTE: You need to have an e-mail account set up on the Exchange server before you can receive e-mails from this account on your Toshiba phone. Contact the administrator of the Exchange server for further information.

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NOTE: Before setting up the account, you will need to obtain the required information about the Exchange server. Contact the administrator of the Exchange server for further information.

To set up an Outlook e-mail account manually:

1. Access Messaging.

2. Tap Setup E-mail.

3. In the E-mail address: field, enter the email address for this account.

4. Enter the password of your Outlook e-mail account in the Password: field.

5. Tick the Save password checkbox if you wish to save your password to your Toshiba phone. This will mean that you do not need to enter it each time you connect to your email server. This may or may not be required by your internet service provider

(ISP).

6. Tap Next.

7. Untick the Try to get e-mail settings

automatically from the Internet checkbox, then tap Next.

8. In the Your e-mail provider: field, select

Exchange server, then tap Next.

9. Tap Next.

10.Tap Next.

11.Enter the address of the Exchange server in the Server address: field.

12.If the Exchange server uses SSL, ensure that the This server requires an

encrypted (SSL) connection checkbox is ticked.

13.Tap Next.

14.Make sure that the user name and password information is correct.

15.Enter the Exchange server domain in the

Domain: field, then tap Next.

16.Select the data that you would like to synchronise with the Exchange server (from

Contacts, Calendar, E-mail and Tasks).

17.Tap Finish.

18.Wait for the synchronisation to finish. This may take several minutes.

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General messaging options

You can customise the options for your

Messaging accounts, message options, addressing, and message storage.

To access the Messaging options:

1. Access Messaging.

2. Tap Menu > Options.

3. Customise the following options as required:

Accounts tab - enables you to change the settings for each messaging account.

Tap New account... to set up a new messaging account.

Tick the Display account picker when

opening Messaging checkbox if you would like to select the messaging account each time you open Messaging.

Message tab - enables you to change options for sending and deleting messages.

Address tab - enables you to select whether to check Contacts as well as any online address books for e-mail addresses.

You can also add online address books and select which ones to use for e-mail address checking.

Storage tab - enables you to check the memory space of your phone, storage card and attachments. You can also select whether to store attachments on a storage card, and specify how deleted items are emptied.

Inserting a signature

To create a signature and insert it in messages:

1. Access Messaging.

2. Tap Menu > Options.

3. On the Accounts tab, tap Signatures...

4. In the Select an account: field, select the account for which you are creating the signature.

5. Tick the Use signature with this account checkbox.

6. To insert a signature in every message you send, tick the Use when replying and

forwarding checkbox. If this checkbox is not ticked, the signature is inserted in new

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messages only.

7. Enter the signature.

8. Tap the x/ok key or ok twice.

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NOTE: Before you begin, you will need to obtain the following information:

• From your phone service provider - data connectivity plan information, access point name, and PAP/CHAP security settings.

• From your ISP or wireless service provider - access point name, user name and password, and other security information.

Setting up a GPRS connection

GPRS is a packet-based wireless communication service which enables data to be sent and received using mobile phones.

You can use GPRS to connect to the Internet or to send and receive MMS messages using your phone. When you use GPRS, you will usually be billed based on the data traffic volume.

However, you should check billing information with your service provider.

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NOTE: Before setting up a GPRS connection, you will need to obtain the required settings from your service provider. As a minimum, the access point name will be required.

To set up a GPRS connection manually:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Network Settings.

3. Tap Network Settings.

4. Select Cellular Line (GPRS), then tap

Next.

5. In the Access point name: field, enter the

GPRS access point name (APN) for your service provider, then tap Next.

6. In the User name: field, enter your user name for the network, then tap Next.

7. In the Password: field, enter your password for the network, then tap Next.

8. If you need to specify extra settings, tap one or more of the following items and enter the required information:

Domain - enter the domain name, then tap

OK.

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IP Address - select Use server-assigned

IP address to automatically configure the

IP address. Otherwise, select Use specific

IP address and manually enter the IP address.

Tap Next.

Tick the checkbox(es) for the required types of compression, then tap OK.

Server Address - to automatically configure the server address, select Use

server-assigned addresses, then tap

Next.

Otherwise, select Use specific server

address to manually enter the server address information in the Primary DNS:,

Secondary DNS:, Primary WINS:, and

Secondary WINS: fields.

Tap OK.

9. Authentication - select one of the following:

None - no authentication (default).

CHAP - use Challenge Handshake

Authentication Protocol.

PAP - use Password Authentication

Protocol.

10.In the ISP name: field, enter a name for the

GPRS connection.

11.Tap OK.

Setting up a dial-up connection

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To set up a dial-up connection:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Network Settings.

3. Tap Network Settings.

4. Select Cellular Line, then tap Next.

5. In the Dialling number: field, enter the phone number used to dial the network, then tap Next.

6. Enter the required information. See Setting

up a GPRS connection for details.

7. Tap OK.

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Setting up a VPN connection

IMPORTANT: Please ensure that you have set up a GPRS connection before attempting to set up a VPN connection.

The VPN connection uses the GPRS connection to connect to a network, such as a corporate network.

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NOTE: Before setting up a VPN connection, you will need to obtain the required settings.

To set up a VPN connection:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Network Settings.

3. Tap Advanced.

4. On the Tasks tab, tap Add a new VPN

server connection in the My Work

Network section.

5. Enter the following information:

Name: - name for the connection.

Host name/ IP: - name of the VPN server.

VPN type: - select the type of VPN.

6. Tap Next.

7. If you selected IPSec/L2TP in the VPN

type: field, select the type of authentication.

Enter the pre-shared key if required.

Tap Next.

8. Enter the required information. See Setting

up a GPRS connection for details.

9. Tap Finish.

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Setting up a proxy connection

Depending on your service provider's configuration, you may need to add a proxy connection to allow your Toshiba phone to access the Internet or WAP services.

Your service provider will be able to advise whether you need to create a proxy connection.

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NOTE: Before setting up a proxy connection, you will need to obtain the required settings from your service provider.

To set up a proxy connection:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Network Settings.

3. Tap Advanced.

4. On the Tasks tab, tap Set up my proxy

server for the required group.

5. On the Proxy Settings tab, tick the This

network connects to the Internet and

This network uses a proxy server to

connect to the Internet checkboxes.

6. In the Proxy server: field, enter the name of the proxy server.

7. If you need to specify extra settings, tap the

Advanced... button and edit the settings as required.

Tap the x/ok key or ok when you have finished.

8. Tap the x/ok key or ok.

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Connecting to intranet URLs

Some URLs for corporate intranet pages may use ‘.’ characters, for example: intranet.companyname.com. To view these pages, you need to set up a URL exception.

To set up a URL exception:

1. Access Easy Connection.

2. Tap Network Settings.

3. Tap Advanced.

4. Tap the Advanced tab.

5. Tap the Exceptions... button.

6. Tap Add new URL...

7. In the Work URL: field, enter the required

URL.

8. Tap the x/ok key or ok three times.

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9. Transfers. The Software may be transferred only as installed on the Phone to a lawful third party user, where that party accepts the terms of this EULA, which will continue to apply.

10. IF YOU ARE DEALING AS A CONSUMER IN THE UK AND THE

SOFTWARE QUALIFIES AS 'GOODS', YOUR STATUTORY

RIGHTS UNDER APPLICABLE LAW ARE NOT AFFECTED.

11. The Software is subject to change for upgrading purposes without prior notice.

EU Warranty

Your Toshiba phone, battery and AC charger contain no user serviceable parts. For further information on service, please contact your retailer or service provider.

End User License Agreements (EULAs)

MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSE

TERMS FOR WINDOWS MOBILE 6.1

SOFTWARE

These license terms are an agreement between you and TOSHIBA.

Please read them. They apply to the software included on this device.

The software also includes any separate media on which you received the software.

The software on this device includes software licensed by TOSHIBA from Microsoft Corporation or its affiliate.

The terms also apply to any

• updates,

• supplements,

• Internet-based services, and

• support services for this software, unless other terms accompany those items. If so, those terms apply.

As described below, using some features also operates as your consent to the transmission of certain standard computer information for Internet-based services.

By using the software, including use on this device, you accept these terms. If you do not accept them, do not use the device or software. Instead, contact TOSHIBA to determine its return policy for a refund or credit.

WARNING: If the software contains voice operated technologies, then operating this software requires user attention. Diverting attention away from the road while driving can possibly cause an accident or other serious consequence. Even occasional, short diversions of attention can be dangerous if your attention is diverted away from your driving task at a critical time. TOSHIBA and Microsoft make no representations, warranties or other determinations that ANY use of this software is legal, safe, or in any manner recommended or intended while driving or otherwise operating a motor vehicle.

If you comply with these license terms, you have the rights below.

1. USE RIGHTS. You may use the software on the device with which you acquired the software.

2. ADDITIONAL LICENSING REQUIREMENTS AND/OR USE

RIGHTS.

a. Specific Use. TOSHIBA designed this device for a specific use. You may only use the software for that use.

b. Included Microsoft Programs and Additional Required

Licenses. Except as provided below, these license terms apply to all Microsoft programs included with the software. If the license terms with any of those programs give you other rights that do not expressly conflict with these license terms, you also have those rights.

i. This agreement does not grant you any rights with respect to the Windows Mobile Device Center, Microsoft

ActiveSync or Microsoft Outlook 2007 Trial which are subject to the licenses accompanying those items.

c. Speech Recognition. If the software includes speech recognition component(s), you understand that speech recognition is an inherently statistical process and that recognition errors are inherent in the process. Neither

TOSHIBA nor Microsoft or their suppliers shall be liable for any damages arising out of errors in the speech recognition process.

d. Phone Functionality. If the device software includes phone functionality, all or certain portions of the device software may be inoperable if you do not have and maintain a service account with a wireless telecommunication carrier ("Mobile

Operator"), or if the Mobile Operator's network is not operating or configured to operate with the device.

3. SCOPE OF LICENSE. The software is licensed, not sold. This agreement only gives you some rights to use the software.

TOSHIBA and Microsoft reserve all other rights. Unless applicable law gives you more rights despite this limitation, you

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may use the software only as expressly permitted in this agreement. In doing so, you must comply with any technical limitations in the software that allow you to use it only in certain ways. You shall not:

• work around any technical limitations in the software;

• reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble the software;

• make more copies of the software than specified in this agreement;

• publish the software for others to copy;

• rent, lease or lend the software; or

• use the software for commercial software hosting services.

Except as expressly provided in this agreement, rights to access the software on this device do not give you any right to implement

Microsoft patents or other Microsoft intellectual property in software or devices that access this device.

You may use remote access technologies in the software such as

Remote Desktop Mobile to access the software remotely from a computer or server. You are responsible for obtaining any licenses required for use of the protocols to access other software.

4. INTERNET-BASED SERVICES. Microsoft provides Internetbased services with the software. Microsoft may change or cancel them at any time.

a. Consent for Internet-based Services. The software features described below connect to Microsoft or service provider computer systems over the Internet. In some cases, you will not receive a separate notice when they connect. You may switch off some of these features or not use them. For more information about these features, visit http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=81931.

By using these features, you consent to the

transmission of this information. Microsoft does not use the information to identify or contact you.

Device Information. The following features use Internet protocols, which send to the appropriate systems device information, such as your Internet protocol address, the type of operating system, browser and name and version of the software you are using, and the language code of the device where you installed the software. Microsoft uses this information to make the Internet-based services available to you.

Windows Mobile Update Feature. The Windows Mobile

Update feature provides you the ability to obtain and install software updates on your device if updates are available. You may choose not to use this feature. TOSHIBA and/or your

Mobile Operator may not support this feature or an update for your device.

Windows Media Digital Rights Management. Content owners use Windows Media digital rights management technology (WMDRM) to protect their intellectual property, including copyrights. This software and third party software use WMDRM to play and copy WMDRM-protected content. If the software fails to protect the content, content owners may ask Microsoft to revoke the software's ability to use WMDRM to play or copy protected content. Revocation does not affect other content. When you download licenses for protected content, you agree that Microsoft may include a revocation list with the licenses. Content owners may require you to upgrade

WMDRM to access their content. Microsoft software that includes WMDRM will ask for your consent prior to the upgrade. If you decline an upgrade, you will not be able to access content that requires the upgrade.

b. Misuse of Internet-based Services. You shall not use these services in any way that could harm them or impair anyone else's use of them. You shall not use the services to try to gain unauthorized access to any service, data, account or network by any means.

5. NOTICES ABOUT THE MPEG-4 VISUAL STANDARD. The software may include MPEG-4 visual decoding technology. This technology is a format for data compression of video information.

MPEG LA, L.L.C. requires this notice:

USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN ANY MANNER THAT COMPLIES

End User License Agreements (EULAs)

WITH THE MPEG 4 VISUAL STANDARD IS PROHIBITED,

EXCEPT FOR USE DIRECTLY RELATED TO (A) DATA OR

INFORMATION (i) GENERATED BY AND OBTAINED

WITHOUT CHARGE FROM A CONSUMER NOT THEREBY

ENGAGED IN A BUSINESS ENTERPRISE, AND (ii) FOR

PERSONAL USE ONLY; AND (B) OTHER USES

SPECIFICALLY AND SEPARATELY LICENSED BY MPEG LA,

L.L.C.

If you have questions about the MPEG-4 visual standard, please contact MPEG LA, L.L.C., 250 Steele Street, Suite 300, Denver,

CO 80206; www.mpegla.com.

6. DIGITAL CERTIFICATES. The software uses digital certificates in X.509 format. These digital certificates are used for authentication.

7. CONNECTIVITY SOFTWARE. Your device package may include Windows Mobile Device Center or Microsoft ActiveSync software. If it is included, then you may install and use it in accordance with the license terms that are provided with it. If no license terms are provided, then you may install and use only one

(1) copy of the software on a single computer.

8. NETWORK ACCESS. If you are using a network, such as an employer network, the network administrator may limit features or functionality on your device.

9. PRODUCT SUPPORT. Contact TOSHIBA for support options.

Refer to the support information provided with the device.

10. LINKS TO THIRD PARTY WEBSITES. If the software provides links to third party websites, those links are provided to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply an endorsement of the third party website by Microsoft.

11. BACKUP COPY. You may make one backup copy of the software. You may use it only to reinstall the software on the device.

12. PROOF OF LICENSE. If you acquired the software on the device, or on a disc or other media, a genuine Certificate of

Authenticity label with a genuine copy of the software identifies licensed software. To be valid, this label must be affixed to the device, or included on or in TOSHIBA's software packaging. If you receive the label separately, it is not valid. You should keep the label on the device or packaging to prove that you are licensed to use the software. To identify genuine Microsoft software, see http://www.howtotell.com.

13. TRANSFER TO A THIRD PARTY. You may transfer the software only with the device, the Certificate of Authenticity label, and these license terms directly to a third party. Before the transfer, that party must agree that these license terms apply to the transfer and use of the software. You may not retain any copies of the software including the backup copy.

14. NOT FAULT TOLERANT. The software is not fault tolerant.

TOSHIBA installed the software on the device and is

responsible for how it operates on the device.

15. RESTRICTED USE. The Microsoft software was designed for systems that do not require fail-safe performance. You may not use the Microsoft software in any device or system in which a malfunction of the software would result in foreseeable risk of injury or death to any person. This includes operation of nuclear facilities, aircraft navigation or communication systems and air traffic control.

16. NO WARRANTIES FOR THE SOFTWARE. The software is

provided "as is". You bear all risks of using it. Microsoft gives no express warranties, guarantees or conditions. Any warranties you receive regarding the device or the software do not originate from, and are not binding on, Microsoft or its affiliates. When allowed by your local laws, TOSHIBA and Microsoft exclude implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose and non-

infringement.

17. LIABILITY LIMITATIONS. You can recover from Microsoft

and its affiliates only direct damages up to fifty U.S. Dollars

(U.S. $50.00), or equivalent in local currency. You cannot recover any other damages, including consequential, lost profits, special, indirect or incidental damages.

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This limitation applies to:

• anything related to the software, services, content

(including code) on third party internet sites, or third party programs, and

• claims for breach of contract, breach of warranty, guarantee or condition, strict liability, negligence, or other tort to the extent permitted by applicable law.

It also applies even if Microsoft should have been aware of the possibility of the damages. The above limitation may not apply to you because your country may not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental, consequential or other damages.

18. EXPORT RESTRICTIONS. The software is subject to United

States export laws and regulations. You must comply with all domestic and international export laws and regulations that apply to the software. These laws include restrictions on destinations, end users and end use. For additional information, see www.microsoft.com/exporting.

End User License Agreement for

ArcSoft Software

The following is a legal software license agreement between you, the software end user, and ArcSoft, Inc. Carefully read this license agreement before using the relevant ArcSoft software ("Software").

Installing the Software on a computer or other hardware device indicates that you have read this license agreement and agree to its terms.

1. Grant of License. This license permits you to use one copy of the Software included in this package or product on any single computer. For each software licensee, the program can be "in use" on only one computer or hardware device at any given time.

The Software is "in use" when it is either loaded into RAM or installed into the hard disk or other permanent memory of a computer or other hardware device. A special license permit from

ArcSoft is required if the program is going to be installed on a network server for the sole purpose of distribution to other computers. You may not modify, translate, reverse assemble, decompile, disassemble or otherwise attempt (i) to defeat, avoid, bypass, remove, deactivate or otherwise circumvent any software protection mechanisms in the Software, including without limitation any such mechanism used to restrict or control the functionality of the Software, or (ii) to derive the source code or the underlying ideas, algorithms, structure or organization from the Software (except to the extent that such activities may not be prohibited under applicable law).

2. Copyright. The Software contained in this package or device is protected by United States copyright laws, international treaty provisions, and all other applicable national laws. The Software must be treated like all other copyrighted materials (e.g. books and musical recordings). This license does not allow the

Software to be rented or leased, and the written materials accompanying the Software (if any) may not be copied.

End User License Agreements (EULAs)

3. Ownership. Title, ownership rights, and all intellectual property rights in and to the Software and any accompanying documentation, and any copy of the foregoing, shall remain the sole and exclusive property of ArcSoft and/or its third party licensors. You agree to abide by the copyright law and all other applicable laws. You acknowledge that the Software contains valuable confidential information and trade secrets of ArcSoft and/or its third party licensors.

4. Warranty Disclaimer. NO WARRANTIES, EITHER EXPRESS

OR IMPLIED, ARE MADE WITH RESPECT TO THIS

SOFTWARE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED

WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A

PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND WARRANTIES FOR NON-

INFRINGEMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, AND

ARCSOFT EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES NOT

STATED HEREIN. YOU ASSUME THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO

THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE.

SHOULD THE SOFTWARE PROVE DEFECTIVE, YOU, AND

NOT ARCSOFT OR AN AUTHORIZED RESELLER, ASSUME

THE ENTIRE COST OF NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR,

OR CORRECTION. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE

EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, SO THE ABOVE

EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY

GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO

HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.

YOUR SOLE REMEDY AND THE ENTIRE LIABILITY OF

ARCSOFT ARE SET FORTH ABOVE. IN NO EVENT WILL

ARCSOFT BE LIABLE TO YOU OR ANY OTHER PERSON FOR

ANY DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY INCIDENTAL OR

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EXPENSES, LOST PROFITS,

LOST SAVINGS, OR OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF

USE OF OR INABILITY TO USE SUCH SOFTWARE.

5. No Liability for Consequential Damages. In no event shall

ArcSoft be liable for any damages whatsoever (including but not limited to damages for loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, or any other pecuniary loss) which results from an inability to use this Software, even if

ArcSoft, Inc. has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Because some states/jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages, the above limitations may not apply to you.

6. Export. Subject to permission of the appropriate United States or foreign licenses, export or re-export the product incorporating the

Software is able to be made.

7. U.S. Government Restricted Rights. If you are a unit or agency of the United States government, the Software and related documentation are deemed to be "commercial computer software" and "commercial computer software documentation," respectively, pursuant to DFAR Section 227.7202 and FAR

Section 12.212(b), as applicable. Any use, modification, reproduction, release, performing, displaying or disclosing of the

Software and/or the related documentation by the United States government shall be governed solely by the terms of this

Agreement and shall be prohibited except to the extent expressly permitted by the terms of this Agreement. Any technical data provided that is not covered by the above provisions is deemed to be "technical data commercial items" pursuant to DFAR

Section 227.7015(a). Any use, modification, reproduction, release, performing, displaying or disclosing of such technical data shall be governed by the terms of DFAR Section

227.7015(b).

8. High Risk Activities. The Software is not fault-tolerant and is not designed or intended for use in hazardous environments requiring fail-safe performance, or any other application in which the failure of the Software could lead directly to death, personal injury, or severe physical or property damage (collectively, "High

Risk Activities"). ARCSOFT EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY

EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR HIGH

RISK ACTIVITIES.

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9. Termination. Your rights with respect to the Software may be terminated, either immediately or after a notice period not exceeding thirty (30) days, upon unauthorized copying of the

Software or failure to comply with the restrictions contained in this license agreement. Upon termination of the license, you shall

cease to use thereof.

10. Governing Law. If this product was purchased in the United

States, this Agreement is governed by the laws of the state of

California; otherwise, local laws may apply.

Licenses

Snapdragon™ is a trademark of Qualcomm

Incorporated.

The Bluetooth™ word mark and logos are trademarks owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

Microsoft, Windows, Windows Mobile,

Windows Live, Hotmail, Windows Media,

ActiveSync, Internet Explorer, Outlook, Excel,

PowerPoint and Word are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft

Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

ArcSoft and the ArcSoft logo are registered trademarks of ArcSoft, Inc.

CorePlayer® is a registered trademark of

CoreCodec, Inc.

Java™ and all Java-based marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun

Microsystems, Inc.

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microSD™ and the microSD™ logo are trademarks.

The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Logo is a certification mark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.

Index

About 90

AC charger 105

AC charger safety 11

Alarm 92

Attachments 55, 56

Authentication 133

B

Backlight 91, 105

Battery 20, 30, 32, 91, 97, 105

Battery safety 10

Beam 77

Block Recognizer 109

Bluetooth 74

Bluetooth headset 76

Bluetooth mode 74

Browser Settings 92

C

Calendar 58

Call Barring 85, 106

Call barring password 85

Call Forwarding 86, 106

Call History 48

Call Timers 48

Call Waiting 86

Caller ID 85

Camera 65

Certificates 92

Clock 92

Conference calls 47

Contacts 43, 60

Cookies 64

CorePlayer 67

Creating a contact 60

Creating an e-mail 54

Creating an MMS message 52

Custom domain e-mail 126

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Customer Feedback 93

D

Date 92

Device lock 81

Device name 90

Dial-up connection 133

Disposal 16

Domain Enroll 78

Drafts 51, 55

Drawing 113

E

Electronic devices 9

E-mail 54

Emergency calls 11

Encryption 93

Ending a call 42

Ending applications 100

Error Reporting 94

European RF Exposure

Information 15

Excel Mobile 57

Exchange server 54, 128

External GPS 94

F

FCC notice 12

File Explorer 67

Fixed Dialling 87

Flight Mode 74

Forwarding a message 50

G

Games 64

Gestures 112

Getting Started 67

GPRS connection 132

GSM 89

Index

H

Hands-free 46

Holding a call 46

HSDPA 89

I

Input Options 113

Input Panel 109

Internal GPS 95

International calls 44

Internet 107

Internet connections 78

Internet e-mail 54, 126

Internet Explorer 63

Internet Favourites 63

Internet History 64

Internet Sharing 78

J

Java 67

K

Keyboard 110

Keypad 83

Keypad tones 85

L

Letter Recognizer 110

Location Request 80

M

Making a call 43

Managed Programs 95

Master Clear 96

Memory 97

microSD card 28

MMS messages 51, 107

MMS settings 124

Motion Sensor 38, 91, 97

Muting a call 45

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N

Network mode 89

Notes 68

O

Office Mobile 57

OneNote Mobile 57

Operating environment 8

Operator Name 101

Operator Settings 39

Outlook e-mail 128

Owner Information 84

P

Pairing 75

Phone layout 24

Phone lock 82

Phone screen 116

PhotoBase 69

Photos 65

Pictures 69

Pictures & Videos 69

Power 97, 105

PowerPoint Mobile 57

Preferred networks 88

Proxy connection 135

R

Receiving a call 42

Receiving MMS messages 51

Regional Settings 98

Reinitialising 22

Reminders 59

Removing Programs 98

Replying to a message 49

Resetting 22

Restarting 21

Ring tones 84

Index

S

Screen 99

Search 70

Security 81

Sending a text message 50

Sending and receiving e-mail 55

Sending contacts 62

Setting up e-mail 125

Signatures 130

SIM card 27, 28, 106

SIM Lock 83

SIM Toolkit 70

Sleep Mode Indicator 101

Speakerphone 45

Speed Dial 44

Start Menu 83, 115

Starting and stopping synchronisation 40

Status icons 121

Storage card 66

T

Task Manager 100

Tasks 71

Temporary internet files 64

Text messages 49, 107

Text messages service centre 124

Time 92

Toshiba Free Pad 38, 95

Toshiba Home Screen 34

Toshiba Keyboard 110

Toshiba Menu 36, 84, 117

Toshiba Touch user interface 34

Transcriber 111

Transcriber toolbar 111

U

USB to PC 79

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Index

V

Video Quality 100

VideoEditor 72

Videos 66, 69

Voice mail 87

Volume 45

Volume control 80

VPN connection 134

W

Wi-Fi 79

Wi-Fi security 79

Windows Live 72

Windows Media Player 72

Windows Update 100

Wireless Manager 74

Word Completion 113

Word Mobile 57

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