Presto
user guide
User Guide
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Presto User Guide
FCC Notice
This manual is based on the production version of the Kyocera
S1350 phone. Software changes may have occurred after this
printing. Kyocera reserves the right to make changes in
technical and product specifications without prior notice.
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manner not permitted by law.
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deemed to grant—either directly or by implication, estoppel, or
otherwise—any license under the copyrights, patents, or patent
applications of KCI or any third party software provider, except
for the normal, non-exclusive royalty-free license to use that
arises by operation of law in the sale of a product.
Kyocera is a registered trademark of Kyocera Corporation. Brick
Attack and Race 21 are trademarks of Kyocera Wireless Corp.
QUALCOMM is a registered trademark of QUALCOMM
Incorporated.
Openwave is a trademark of Openwave Systems Incorporated.
eZiText is a registered trademark of Zi Corporation. TransFlash
is a trademark of SanDisk Corporation. Bluetooth trademarks
are owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and used by Kyocera
Communications Inc. under license.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Copyright © 2011 Kyocera Corporation. All rights reserved.
Ringer Tones Copyright © 2000-2011 Kyocera Corporation.
82-A6252-1EN, Rev. 001
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.
Accessories used with this device for body-worn operations
must not contain any metallic components and must provide at
least 15 mm separation distance including the antenna and the
user’s body.
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S
REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is
designed and manufactured to not exceed the emission limits for
exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. These
limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish
permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The
guidelines are based on standards that were developed by
independent scientific organizations 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 mobile phones 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.*
Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions
specified by the FCC with the phone transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all tested frequency bands.
Although the SAR is determined at the highest certified power
level, the actual SAR level of the phone while operating can be
well below the maximum value. This is because the phone is
designed to operate at multiple power levels so as to use only
the power required to reach the network. In general, the closer
you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power
output.
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Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must
be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the
limit established by the government-adopted requirement for
safe exposure. 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.
Body-worn measurements differ among phone models,
depending upon availability of accessories and FCC
requirements. While there may be differences between the SAR
levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet
the government requirement for safe exposure.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model
phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance
with the FCC RF emission guidelines.
The highest reported SAR values of this phone are:
Cellular CDMA mode (Part 22):
Head: 1.48 W/kg; Body-worn: 0.90 W/kg
PCS mode (Part 24):
Head: 1.28 W/kg; Body-worn: 1.11 W/kg
AWS mode (Part 27):
Head: 1.40 W/kg; Body-worn: 1.08 W/kg
SAR information on this model phone is on file with the FCC and
can be found under the Display Grant section
www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid after searching on the FCC ID:
OVFS13503CB.
Additional information on SAR can be found on the Cellular
Telecommunications and Internet Association (CTIA) web-site at
www.ctia.org.
* In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile
phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over
one gram of tissue.
Bluetooth® Certification
For information about S1350 Bluetooth Certification, visit the
Bluetooth Qualification Program Web site at
www.bluetooth.org/tpg/listings.cfm.
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Caution
The user is cautioned that changes or modifications not
expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the warranty and user’s authority to operate the
equipment.
Optimize your Phone’s Performance
Use the instructions in this guide to learn how to optimize the
performance and life of your phone and battery.
Air Bags
If you have an air bag, DO NOT place installed or portable
phone equipment or other objects over the air bag or in the air
bag deployment area. If equipment is not properly installed, you
and your passengers risk serious injury.
Medical Devices
Pacemakers—Warning to pacemaker wearers: Wireless
phones, when in the ‘on’ position, have been shown to interfere
with pacemakers. The phone should be kept at least six (6)
inches away from the pacemaker to reduce risk.
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association and the wireless
technology research community recommend that you follow
these guidelines to minimize the potential for interference.
• Always keep the phone at least six inches (15 centimeters)
away from your pacemaker when the phone is turned on.
• Do not carry your phone near your heart.
• Use the ear opposite the pacemaker.
• If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking
place, turn off your phone immediately.
Hearing aids—Some digital wireless phones may interfere with
hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may want to
call the customer service line to discuss alternatives.
Other medical devices—If you use any other personal medical
device, consult the manufacturer of the device to determine if it
is adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician
may be able to help you obtain this information.
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In health care facilities—Turn your phone off in health care
facilities when instructed. Hospitals and health care facilities
may be using equipment that is sensitive to external RF energy.
Avoid Magnetic Environments
Potentially unsafe areas
Keep Your Phone Dry
Posted facilities—Turn your phone off in any facility when
posted notices require you to do so.
Aircraft—FCC regulations prohibit using your phone on a plane
that is in the air. Turn your phone off or switch it to Airplane
Mode before boarding aircraft.
Vehicles—RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles.
Check with the manufacturer of the device to determine if it is
adequately shielded from external RF energy.
Blasting areas—Turn off your phone where blasting is in
progress. Observe restrictions, and follow any regulations or
rules.
Potentially explosive atmospheres—Turn off your phone
when you are in any area with a potentially explosive
atmosphere. Obey all signs and instructions. Sparks in such
areas could cause an explosion or fire, resulting in bodily injury
or death. Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are
often, but not always, clearly marked.
They include:
• fueling areas such as gas stations
• below deck on boats
• transfer or storage facilities for fuel or chemicals
• vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas, such as propane or
butane
• areas where the air contains chemicals or particles such as
grain, dust, or metal powders
• any other area where you would normally be advised to turn
off your vehicle engine
Use with Care
Use only in normal position (to ear). Avoid dropping, hitting,
bending, or sitting on the phone.
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Keep the phone away from magnets which can cause improper
functioning of the phone.
Keep the phone dry. Damage can result if the phone gets wet.
Water damage is not covered under warranty.
Resetting the Phone
If the screen seems frozen and the keypad does not respond to
key presses, reset the phone by completing the following steps:
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Remove and replace the battery.
If the problem persists, return the phone to the dealer for
service.
Accessories
Kyocera makes no representation or warranty with regard to
accessories other than those originally packaged with the
phone. Please check with the manufacturer of any third party
accessories as to compatibility and safety.
Radio Frequency (RF) Energy
Your telephone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is on,
it receives and sends out RF energy. Your service provider’s
network controls the power of the RF signal. This power level
can range from 0.006 to 0.6 watts.
In August 1996, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for
hand-held wireless phones. These guidelines are consistent with
the safety standards previously set by both U.S. and
international standards bodies in the following reports:
• ANSI C95.1 (American National Standards Institute, 1992)
• NCRP Report 86 (National Council on Radiation Protection
and Measurements, 1986)
• ICNIRP (International Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection, 1996)
Your phone complies with the standards set by these reports
and the FCC guidelines.
E911 Mandates
Where service is available, this phone complies with the Phase I
and Phase II E911 Mandates issued by the FCC.
Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) with Mobile
Phones
Some mobile phones and hearing devices (hearing aids and
cochlear implants), when used together, result in buzzing,
humming, or whining noises detected by the user.
Some hearing devices are more immune than others to this
interference noise, and phones also vary in the amount of
interference they generate.
The wireless telephone industry has developed ratings for some
of their mobile phones, to assist hearing device users in finding
phones that may be compatible with their hearing devices. Not
all phones have been rated.
Phones that are rated have the rating on their box or a label on
the box. The ratings are not guarantees and results will vary
depending on the user’s hearing device and hearing loss. If your
hearing device happens to be vulnerable to interference, you
may not be able to use a rated phone successfully. Trying out
the phone with your hearing device is the best way to evaluate it
for your personal needs.
M-Ratings—Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements
and are likely to generate less interference to hearing devices
than phones that are not labeled. M4 is the better/higher of the
two ratings.
T-Ratings—Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements and
are likely to be more usable with a hearing device’s telecoil (“T
Switch” or “Telephone Switch”) than unrated phones. T4 is the
better/higher of the two ratings. (Note that not all hearing
devices have telecoils in them.)
Hearing devices may also be measured for immunity to this type
of interference. Your hearing device manufacturer or hearing
health professional may help you choose the proper rating for
your mobile phone. The more immune your hearing aid is, the
less likely you are to experience interference noise from mobile
phones.
User Guide
For more information about hearing aid compatibility, visit the
FCC’s Consumer & Governmental Affairs Bureau Web site at
www.fcc.gov/cgb/dro.
Kyocera Communications Inc.
www.kyocera-wireless.com
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Table of Contents
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Get Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Phone Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Phone Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Main Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Guide Conventions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
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Text Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Recent Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Recent Calls Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Work with Call Lists. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Erase Call List Records . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Work with Call Timers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
View Data Counter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Contacts Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Access Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Add Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Use Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Customize Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Erase Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contact Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speed Dial List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Voice Dial List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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@metro. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Application Shopping and Downloading. .48
Access Downloaded Applications . . . . . . .48
Changing your @metro Settings . . . . . . . .48
Buy New Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
What Do I Pay? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Delete Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49
Text Entry Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Text Entry Quick Reference . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Messaging Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35
Send Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Send Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36
Manage Received Messages . . . . . . . . . . .41
Manage Voicemail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Manage Sent Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
Message Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Erase Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Check Message Count . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Call Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Power Phone Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Make Phone Calls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Answer Phone Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
End Phone Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activate Voice Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Volume Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Use Speed Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Emergency Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Check Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
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MetroWEB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Launch Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Browse the Web . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Add a Bookmark . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
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Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Camera Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Take a Picture. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Camera Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
10 Media Gallery. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Media Gallery Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53
Sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Media File Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54
Erase Media Files. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
11 Tools. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
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Tools Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Voice Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Scheduler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Alarm Clock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Use Tip Calculator. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Use Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Use Timer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Use Stopwatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
World Clock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Memopad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
12 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
Settings Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Convenience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Voice Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Check Memory Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Phone Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
13 Voice Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77
Call a Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Call a Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Use a Shortcut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Find a Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
14 Get Help. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79
Phone Help. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Customer Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Qualified Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
Consumer Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . .80
Kyocera Communications Inc. ("Kyocera")
End User License Agreement . . . . . . . . . . . .82
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87
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Get Started
Phone Battery
Charge the Battery
Install the Battery
1. Connect the AC
adapter to the
Micro-USB jack on the
side of the phone.
2. Plug the adapter into a
wall outlet.
The battery icon in the
upper-right corner of the screen tells you
whether the phone is:
– Charging (the icon is animated)
– Partially charged
– Fully charged
You must have at least a partial charge in the
battery to make or receive calls. You can safely
recharge the battery at any time, even if it has a
partial charge.
Note: Before removing the battery, make sure
the phone is powered off.
1. Hold the phone face
down.
2. Find notch directly
below the back cover. It
is square. Using your
thumbnail, lift the cover
to remove.
3. Place the battery in the
battery casing with the
metal contacts facing
toward the top of the
phone. The metal
contacts of the battery
must make contact with
the metal contacts of the battery casing.
4. Replace the battery
door by lining up the
notches with the
openings at the top and
on each side of the
battery casing.
5. Snap the cover into
place.
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Battery Safety Guidelines
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Do not disassemble or open the battery.
Do not crush, bend, deform, puncture, or
shred the battery.
Do not attempt to insert foreign objects into
the battery.
Do not immerse the battery or expose it to
water or other liquids. Even if a battery
appears to dry out and operate normally,
internal parts can slowly corrode and pose a
safety hazard.
Always keep the battery between 15 °C and
25 °C (59 °F and 77 °F). Do not expose the
battery to extremes of temperature (heat or
cold), fire, or other hazards such as a
cooking surface, iron, or radiator.
Never use any damaged battery.
Only use the battery for its intended phone.
Only use the battery with a qualified
charger. Use of an unqualified battery
charger may present a risk of fire,
explosion, leakage, or other hazard. If you
are unsure about whether a charger is
qualified, contact customer support.
Do not short-circuit the battery or allow
metallic conductive objects—such as keys,
coins, or jewelry—to contact the battery’s
terminals.
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Replace the battery only with another
qualified battery. Use of an unqualified
battery may present a risk of fire,
explosion, leakage, or other hazard. If you
are unsure about whether a replacement
battery is compatible, contact customer
support.
Promptly dispose of used batteries in
accordance with local regulations and
recycle if possible. Do not dispose as
household waste.
Supervise all battery usage by children.
Avoid dropping the phone or battery. If the
phone or battery is dropped, especially on a
hard surface, an internal short-circuit can
occur and pose a safety hazard. If you
suspect battery damage, take it to a service
center for inspection.
Improper battery use may result in a fire,
explosion, or other hazard.
Playing games or using the Web.
Taking pictures with the flash on.
Keeping backlighting on.
Operating when far away from a base
station or cell site.
Using data cables or accessories.
Operating when no service is available, or
service is available intermittently.
High earpiece and ringer volume settings.
Repeating sound, vibration, or lighted
alerts.
Phone Battery
Phone Overview
Get to Know Your Phone
The following shows the front of the phone.
1. External speaker.
2. Home screen.
3. Left softkey selects items that appear on the lower left of the
display. At the home screen, you can select Menu.
4. Speakerphone key activates the speakerphone and answers
incoming calls.
5. Navigation key scrolls through lists and text entry fields and
accesses the following shortcuts from the home screen:
– Scroll left or right to highlight an icon on the application bar.
– Scroll up to go to Contacts > View All.
– Scroll down to go to Messaging.
6. Send key starts or answers a call. Press once to display the All
Calls list, and two times to redial the last number dialed.
7. Keypad for entering numbers, letters, or symbols.
8. * Shift key changes the text mode in text entry. Press and hold to
activate keyguard.
9. Right softkey selects items that appear on the lower right of the
display. At the home screen, you can select Contacts.
10. OK key selects a menu item or option. At the home screen, you launch the application bar
when you press the OK key.
11. Back key erases characters in text entry and returns you to the previous screen when
navigating through menus.
12. End key turns the phone on and off, ends a call or browser session, and returns you to the
home screen.
13. # Space key enters a space during text entry. Press and hold to activate or deactivate silent
mode.
14. 0 Next key cycles through word choices during text entry.
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The following shows the back of the phone.
1. Jack for a hands-free headset (sold separately).
2. Camera lens.
3. Jack for AC adapter (included) and Micro-USB cable (sold
separately).
4. Accessory eyelet (for optional straps and lanyards). You need
to take the back cover off to attach a strap or lanyard correctly.
5. Volume key raises or lowers ringer volume.
6. Shortcut key accesses a feature on your phone. You can assign
which feature the Shortcut key accesses.
Warning: Inserting an accessory into the incorrect jack will
damage the phone.
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Phone Overview
MetroPCS Applications
At the home screen, your phone displays an application bar. Scroll left or right with the
Navigation key to highlight an application. Press the OK key to launch an application. Your
phone has the following application shortcuts available:
mail@metro
Send email messages.
Metro411
Find a phone number.
Visual Voice Mail
Access your voicemail.
MetroWEB
Launch the web browser.
@metro App Store
Download an application.
MetroNavigator
Find directions using GPS.
Pocket Express
Check the news.
myMetro
Check your account status.
MetroBACKUP
Back up your data.
My Extras
Download a media file.
Note: Please check with your service provider regarding the pricing and availability of these
applications.
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Screen Icons
These icons may appear on your phone’s screen.
The phone is operating in IS2000 (1X)
digital mode.
The phone is in airplane mode.
The alarm clock is set.
The phone is set to auto answer.
The battery is fully charged. The more black
bars, the greater the charge.
The phone is transferring data with
Bluetooth.
A headset or other hands free device is in
operation.
A headset or other hands free device is
transferring data.
Bluetooth wireless technology is disabled
(Off).
Bluetooth wireless technology is enabled
(On).
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(blinking) The phone is receiving
high-speed data.
(blinking) The phone is sending high-speed
data.
The phone is operating in IS95 digital
mode.
Content is DRM protected.
Position location is set to emergency
services only.
Position location is set to your service
provider and to emergency services.
The phone has a high speed data
connection.
A call is in progress.
The phone is set to light up instead of ring.
New message.
New photo and text message.
The phone is in camera mode.
New photo and voice message.
The battery will not charge.
New photo message.
Data service is available and active on your
phone. Check with your service provider for
availability.
New photo, voice and text message.
Data service is available, but the phone is
dormant.
New voice and text message.
New text message.
New voice message.
Phone Overview
The phone is not receiving a signal. You
cannot make or receive calls.
The phone is roaming outside of its home
service area.
The phone is in privacy mode or is
accessing a secure Web site.
The phone is receiving a signal. You can
make and receive calls. Fewer bars indicate
a weaker signal.
The speaker phone is turned on.
A T-coil hearing aid is in operation.
A traffic channel is active.
The phone is in TTY device mode.
The phone is set to vibrate or to vibrate and
then ring.
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Main Menu
From the home screen, select Menu to access the main menu.
Idle State >
Level 1 >
Level 2
Menu
Recent Calls
Access these options: All, Incoming, Outgoing, Missed,
Erase Call Lists, Call Timers, and Kilobyte Counter.
Contacts
Access these options: View All, Add New, Metro411, View
Groups, Speed Dial List, Voice Dial List, Delete All, and
Contacts Count.
Messaging
Access these options: Inbox, New Text Msg, New Pic Msg,
Email, Voicemail, MetroWeb Alerts, Sent Msgs, Outbox,
Saved Msgs, Drafts, Msg Settings, Erase Msgs, and
Message Count.
@metro
Download an application.
MetroWEB
Browse the web.
Camera
Take a picture.
Media Gallery
Access these options: Images, Sounds, and Delete Content.
Tools
Access these options: Voice Memo, Scheduler, Alarm
Clock, Tip Calculator, Calculator, Timer, Stopwatch,
World Clock, and Memopad.
Settings
Access these options: Bluetooth, Sounds, Display,
Convenience, Voice Features, Accessories, Network,
Security, Memory Status, and Phone Info.
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Main Menu
Guide Conventions
In this guide, the following conventions are
used when describing phone features.
Select means to press the Left softkey, Right
softkey or OK key to select an item seen on the
display. For example, “Select Menu” tells you
to physically press the left softkey to choose
Menu from the display.
Press means to press a phone key. For
example, “Press the Send key to make a phone
call” tells you to physically press the Send key
on your phone.
Scroll means to use the Navigation key to
move through a list on the display. For
example, “Scroll through your contacts list to
choose a contact” means to physically press the
Navigation key up or down to scroll through
the list on the display.
> (greater than symbol) tells you to select an
option from a menu or list. For example,
“Menu > Settings” means to:
1. Press the left softkey to select Menu.
2. Scroll to the Settings option.
3. Press the OK key to select Settings.
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Call Features
This section describes the basic features related
to calls.
Power Phone Up
•
•
To turn your phone on, press and hold the
End key until the phone display lights up.
To turn your phone off, press and hold the
End key until the phone plays a short
musical sound and turns off.
Make Phone Calls
Make sure you are in an area where a signal
can be received. Look for the signal strength
icon on the home screen. The more bars, the
stronger the signal. If there are no bars, move
to where the signal strength is better.
When the phone has been idle for a time, it
cycles into power save mode. Press any key to
return to normal operating mode.
There are several ways you can make a phone
call.
Call Using Voice Commands
You can use voice commands to call a contact
from your voice dial list or to dial a phone
number. For more information, see “Voice
Commands” on page 77.
Redial a Number
1. Press the Send key to open your call
history.
2. Highlight a phone number or contact and
press the Send key.
Note: To redial the last number called,
received or missed, press the Send key twice.
Answer Phone Calls
When a call comes in, the phone rings,
vibrates, or lights up. The phone number of the
caller also appears if it is not restricted. If the
number is stored in your contacts list, the
contact’s name appears. There are several ways
you can answer a phone call.
Call Using a Number
Answer Using Earpiece
1. Enter a phone number.
2. Press the Send key.
Press the Send key.
Answer Using Speakerphone
Call Using a Contact
Press the Speakerphone key.
1. From View All, highlight a contact.
2. Press the Send key.
End Phone Calls
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Press the End key.
Power Phone Up
Activate Voice Dialing
Use Speed Dialing
1. Press and hold the Send key.
2. Follow the prompts.
For more information, see “Voice Commands”
on page 77.
Speed dialing allows you to assign a one- or
two-digit shortcut to a contact. Before you can
use speed dialing you must save a phone
number as a contact and assign a speed dial
location to it. See “Assign Speed Dials to
Contacts” on page 31.
To call a contact that has a speed dial location:
1. Enter the one- or two-digit speed dial
location.
2. Press the Send key.
Volume Control
Adjust Volume during a Call
Press the Volume key up or down to adjust the
earpiece volume during a call.
Use the Speakerphone
Your phone has a built-in speakerphone.
• To turn on the speakerphone, press the
Speakerphone key. The speakerphone icon
appears on the home screen when the
speakerphone is on.
• To turn off the speakerphone, press the
Speakerphone key again.
Note: If you press the Speakerphone key
during an incoming call, you will answer the
call.
Silence an Incoming Call
•
•
To silence the phone without answering the
call, press the Back key or press the
Volume key up or down.
To silence the phone and answer the call,
press the Back key or press the Volume
key up or down and then press the Send
key.
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Emergency Services
Call Emergency Services
You can call an emergency code even if your
phone is locked or your account is restricted.
When you call, your phone enters emergency
mode. This enables the emergency service
exclusive access to your phone to call you
back, if necessary. To make or receive regular
calls after dialing the code, you must exit this
mode.
To dial an emergency code:
1. Enter the 3-digit emergency code.
2. Press the Send key.
Note: Regardless of the 3-digit emergency
code (911, 111, 999, 000, etc.), your phone
operates as described above.
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Exit Emergency Services
When you have completed the emergency call:
1. Select Exit.
2. Select Exit again to confirm your choice.
Note: To determine who has access to your
location, see “Set Location Information” on
page 74.
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Emergency Services
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Text Entry
You can enter letters, numbers, and symbols in
contacts, text messages, and your banner.
Text Entry Modes
The text entry screen has the following
features:
1. Characters remaining
that you can type.
Allowed message
length can vary
depending on your
service.
2. Text entry fields.
3. Current capitalization setting.
4. Current text entry mode.
Note: The entry mode will default depending
on the task you are doing. For example, when
entering a phone number, you are in Numbers
Only mode. When entering a name for a
contact, you are in Normal Alpha mode.
Enter Letters with Number Keypad
From the text entry field, select Options >
Normal Alpha to enter letters. You can enter
text in the following ways:
• To enter a letter, press a key once for the
first letter, twice for the second letter, and
so on. If your phone is set to Spanish,
accented letters are available. Wait for the
cursor to move right and enter the next
character. Press the # Space key to enter a
space.
• To change case mode for a single letter,
press that key until you see the letter case
you want. To change the case mode, press
the * Shift key.
• To enter a number, press and hold a number
key until the number appears on the screen.
The icon indicates you are in Normal
Alpha input mode. Press and hold the * Shift
key to switch input modes.
Enter Numbers with Number Keypad
From the text entry field, select Options >
Numbers Only to enter a number when you
press a key once.
The icon indicates you are in Numbers
Only input mode. Press and hold the * Shift
key to switch input modes.
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Rapid Entry with Number Keypad
From the text entry field, select Options >
Rapid Entry to check words you are trying to
spell against a dictionary of common words.
You can enter text in the following ways:
• To enter words, press a key once. For
example, to enter the word “Glow” press
the 4 > 5 > 6 keys. If the word doesn’t
match what you want, press 0 Next key to
look at other word matches. When you see
the word you want, scroll right.
• To change case mode, press the * Shift key.
• To enter a number, press and hold a number
key until the number appears on the screen.
The icon indicates you are in Rapid Entry
input mode. Press and hold the * Shift input
key to switch input modes.
Enter Symbols with Number Keypad
While entering text in Normal Alpha mode,
you can enter symbols by pressing the 1 key
until you see the symbol you want. Using this
method, you have access to the following
symbols:
.@?!-,&:‘
To access the full set of symbols:
1. From the text entry field, select Options >
Add Symbols.
2. Scroll up or down to view the list of
symbols.
3. Press the number key corresponding to the
symbols to enter it.
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Text Entry Modes
Text Entry Quick Reference
This table gives instructions for entering letters, numbers, and symbols.
To...
Do this...
Enter a letter
Use Normal Alpha mode and press a key until you
see the letter your want.
Enter a number
Use Numbers Only mode and press a key.
Enter a symbol
Use Normal Alpha mode and press the 1 key until
you see the symbol you want.
Enter a space
Press the # Space key.
Erase a character
Press the Back key.
Erase all characters
Press and hold the Back key.
Move the cursor right or left
Scroll left or right.
Move the cursor up or down
Scroll up or down.
Change input mode
Press and hold the * Shift key.
Change case mode
Press the * Shift key.
Capitalize any letter
In Normal Alpha mode, press the * Shift key. Choose
uppercase.
Lowercase any letter
In Normal Alpha mode, press the * Shift key. Choose
lowercase.
Initial caps
In Normal Alpha mode, press the * Shift key. Choose
sentence case.
Select options on the bottom of the screen
Press the appropriate left or right softkey.
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Recent Calls
Recent Calls Menu
Select Recent Calls from the main menu to access the following functions:
Level 1 >
Level 2 >
Level 3
Recent Calls
All
See a list of all voice calls.
Incoming
See a list of all voice calls you have received.
Outgoing
See a list of all voice calls you have made.
Missed
See a list of all voice calls you have missed.
Erase Call Lists
Access these options: All, Incoming, Outgoing, and Missed.
Call Timers
Access these options: All Voice Calls, All Data Calls, and
Life.
Kilobyte Counter
See how much data you have sent and received.
Work with Call Lists
Return a Received Call
Return Any Call
1. From Incoming, highlight a number.
2. Press the Send key to call the number or
select Options to access more features.
This list contains all calls received.
1. From All, highlight a number.
2. Press the Send key to call the number or
select Options to access more features.
This list contains all calls made and received.
Return an Outgoing Call
1. From Outgoing, highlight a number.
2. Press the Send key to call the number or
select Options to access more features.
This list contains all calls you have made.
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Recent Calls Menu
Return a Missed Call
Send Text Message from Call List
1. From Missed, highlight a number.
2. Press the Send key to call the number or
select Options to access more features.
This list contains all calls you received, but did
not answer.
1. At a call list, highlight a contact.
2. Select Options > Send Text Msg.
3. Complete your text message and select
Send.
Manage a Missed Call Alert
When you have missed a call, a “Missed Call”
alert appears on your screen. You can do one of
the following:
• To clear the screen, select Dismiss.
• To view the call details, select View or
press the OK key.
• To return the call, select View and press the
Send key.
Send Multimedia Message from Call List
1. At a call list, highlight a contact.
2. Select Options > Send Picture Msg.
3. Complete your multimedia message and
select Send.
Erase Call List Records
Erase a Single Record
Call List Options
1. At a call list, highlight a contact.
2. Select Options > Erase Record > Yes.
Save Number from Call List
Erase a Call List
1. At a call list, highlight a number.
2. Select Options > Save.
3. Select Save New Contact to create a new
contact or Add to Existing to add a number
to an existing contact.
From Erase Call Lists, select a call list to
erase records from. For example to erase all
records from the incoming call list, select
Incoming > Yes.
Erase All Call Lists
View Contact from Call List
From Erase Call Lists, select All > Yes to
erase all records from all call lists.
1. At a call list, highlight a contact.
2. Select Options > View to see the contact
details screen.
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Work with Call Timers
View Outgoing Data Timer
View Last Call Timer
From All Data Calls, select Total Sent to view
the number of calls and the total call time.
Select Done when finished.
This timer tracks all calls made since you last
reset the timer. To reset this timer to zero,
select Reset > Yes.
From All Voice Calls, select Last Voice Call
to view the total call time of your last call made
or received. Select Done when finished.
View Outgoing Calls Timer
From All Voice Calls, select Total Dialed to
view the number of calls and the total call time.
Select Done when finished.
This timer tracks all calls made since you last
reset the timer. To reset this timer to zero,
select Reset > Yes.
View Incoming Calls Timer
From All Voice Calls, select Total Received to
view the number of calls and the total call time.
Select Done when finished.
This timer tracks all calls received since you
last reset the timer. To reset this timer to zero,
select Reset > Yes.
View All Calls Timer
From All Voice Calls, select All Calls to view
the number of calls and the total call time.
Select Done when finished.
This timer tracks all calls received since you
last reset the timer. To reset this timer to zero,
select Reset > Yes.
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View Incoming Data Timer
From All Data Calls, select Total Received to
view the number of calls and the total call time.
Select Done when finished.
This timer tracks all calls received since you
last reset the timer. To reset this timer to zero,
select Reset > Yes.
View All Data Timer
From All Data Calls, select All Calls to view
the amount of data sent and received by the
phone since the last reset. Select Done when
finished.
This timer tracks all calls received since you
last reset the timer. To reset this timer to zero,
select Reset > Yes.
View Calls Life Timer
From Life, select All Voice Calls to view the
number of calls and the total call time. Select
Done when finished.
This timer tracks all calls made and received
for life of the phone and cannot be reset.
Work with Call Timers
View Data Life Timer
From Life, select All Data Calls to view the
number of calls and the total call time. Select
Done when finished.
This timer tracks data sent and received for life
of the phone and cannot be reset.
View Data Counter
Select Kilobyte Counter to view the amount
of kilobytes sent during data calls. Select Done
when finished.
This timer tracks kilobytes sent during data
calls made, data calls received, and for the life
of the phone. To reset the data counter to zero,
select Options > Reset > Yes.
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Contacts
Use Contacts to store information about a person or company.
Contacts Menu
Select Contacts from the main menu to access the following functions:
Level 1 >
Contacts
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Level 2 >
Level 3
View All
Access your existing contacts list.
Add New
Add a new entry to your contacts list.
Metro411
Find a phone number.
View Groups
View your groups of contacts.
Speed Dial List
View your contacts assigned with speed dials.
Voice Dial List
View your contacts assigned with voice dials.
Delete All
Access these options: Contacts Only, Groups Only, and
Delete All.
Contacts Count
Check how much contact space you have used.
Contacts Menu
Access Contacts
Add Contacts
Access Contacts List
Add Contacts from Home Screen
1. From View All, enter the first letter of your
desired contact and scroll to highlight it.
2. Do one of the following:
– Press the Send key to call the contact.
– Press the OK key to view the contact’s
details.
– Select New to create a new contact.
– Select Options to access more
functions.
1. From the home screen, enter a phone
number to save (include the area code).
2. Select Save > Save New Contact.
3. Enter a name for the contact.
4. Enter additional phone numbers, email
addresses, and other contact details. (Scroll
up or down to move through the contact
fields.)
5. When done, select Save.
View Contact Details
Add Contacts from Contacts Menu
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
number, address or note.
3. Select the detail you want to view. For
example, to view a phone number, select
Options > View Number.
Use Frequent List
With Frequent List enabled, you can view 15
of your most frequently called contacts. See
“Enable Frequent List” on page 71.
Use Fast Find
With Fast Find enabled, you can press one or
two keys to view closer matches in your
contacts list. See “Call Contact using Fast
Find” on page 71.
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1. From Add New, enter a name for the
contact. Scroll down to the next field when
done.
2. Enter a primary number for the contact.
3. Enter additional phone numbers, email
addresses, and other contact details. (Scroll
up or down to move through the contact
fields.)
4. When done, select Save.
Add a Code or Extension
When saving the phone number of an
automated service, you may include a pause
for dialing an extension.
1. From the home screen, enter a phone
number.
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2. Select Options and a type of pause:
– Time Pause causes the phone to stop
dialing for two seconds.
– Hard Pause causes the phone to wait
until you select Release while making
the call.
3. Enter the remaining numbers and select
Save > Save New Contact.
4. Complete the contact information and
select Save.
3. Select Options > Send Pic Msg.
4. Complete your multimedia message and
select Send.
Send a Contact vCard
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
number.
3. Select Options > Call.
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight the
contact name.
3. Select Options > Send as vCard > Via
MMS (to attach to a multimedia message),
Via Bluetooth (to send to a
Bluetooth-enabled device), or To Printer
(to print on a Bluetooth-enabled device).
4. Complete the appropriate task to send the
contact information.
Note: If your phone has no Bluetooth feature,
you may send the contact information with a
message only.
Send a Text Message to Contacts
Customize Contacts
Use Contacts
Call Contacts
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
number or email address.
3. Select Options > Send Text Msg.
4. Complete your text message and select
Send.
Send a Multimedia Message to
Contacts
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
number or email address.
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Edit Contact Details
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, select Edit.
3. Enter additional phone numbers, email
addresses, and other contact details. (Scroll
up or down to move through the contact
fields.)
4. When done, select Save.
Use Contacts
Assign Number Types
Add a Prefix to Phone Numbers
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, select Edit.
3. Press down twice to scroll to the number
type dropdown and press the OK key.
4. Select a number type. The appropriate icon
appears next to the number in your contacts
list.
5. Select Save.
Use Prepend to add a prefix, such as an area
code, to a phone number:
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
number.
3. Select Options > Prepend to enter the
prefix at the beginning of the number.
4. Select Save.
Assign Ringers to Contacts
Assign Speed Dials to Contacts
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight the
contact name.
3. Select Options > Ringer > Assign Ringer
and a ringer from the list. (Scroll to play the
ringers.)
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
number.
3. Select Options > Add Speed Dial.
4. Select a location from the list to assign the
speed dial number.
Assign Message Tones to Contacts
Change Primary Numbers
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight the
contact name.
3. Select Options > Msg Tone > Assign Msg
Tone and a ringer from the list. (Scroll to
play the ringers.)
When a contact has more than one number, the
first number becomes the primary number by
default. To change the contact’s primary
number:
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
number.
3. Select Options > Primary Number > Yes.
Assign Pictures to Contacts
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight the
contact name.
3. Select Options > Picture > Assign Picture
to assign a picture.
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Add Contacts to Groups
Erase an Entire Contact
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
number or email address.
3. Select Options > Add to Group.
4. Select groups from the list provided. A
checkmark appears next to each selection.
You can also remove a checkmark.
5. When finished, select Done.
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight the
contact name.
3. Select Options > Erase Contact > Yes to
erase the entire contact.
Visit Web Addresses
Erase All Contacts
From Delete All, select Contacts Only > Yes
> Yes to erase all your contacts.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
Web address.
3. Select Options > Launch Web.
Erase All Contacts and Groups
Erase Contacts
Contact Groups
Erase Contact Details
You can assign your contacts to groups. Your
phone comes with default groups. You can also
create your own groups.
1. From View All, select a contact.
2. At the contact details screen, highlight a
number, address or note.
3. Select your desired erase option and then
select Yes. For example, to erase an
address, select Options > Erase Address >
Yes.
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From Delete All, select Delete All > Yes > Yes
to erase all your contacts and groups.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
View Groups
1. Select View Groups to view your
preloaded groups, followed by the custom
groups you have created.
2. Highlight a group and do one of the
following:
– Press the OK key to view the group
details.
– Select New to create a new group.
– Select Options to access more
functions.
Erase Contacts
Create a New Group
Assign Ringers to Groups
1. From View Groups, select New.
2. Enter a name for the group and select Next.
3. Select contacts from the list provided. A
checkmark appears next to each selection.
You can also remove checkmarks.
4. When finished, select Done.
Your new group appears the next time you
view your groups list.
1. From View Groups, select a group.
2. At the group details screen, scroll to the
group name.
3. Select Options > Ringer > Assign Ringer
and a ringer from the list. (Scroll to play the
ringers.)
Assign Message Tones to Groups
1. From View Groups, highlight a group.
2. Select Options > Send Text Msg.
3. Complete your text message and select
Send.
1. From View Groups, select a group.
2. At the group details screen, scroll to the
group name.
3. Select Options > Msg Tone > Assign Msg
Tone and a ringer from the list. (Scroll to
play the ringers.)
Send Multimedia Messages to Groups
Assign Pictures to Groups
1. From View Groups list, highlight a group.
2. Select Options > Send Pic Msg.
3. Complete your multimedia message and
select Send.
1. From View Groups, select a group you
have created.
2. At the group details screen, scroll to the
group name.
3. Select Options > Picture > Assign Picture
to assign a picture.
Send Text Messages to Groups
Add or Remove Contacts from Groups
1. From View Groups, highlight a group.
2. Select Options > Edit.
3. If you are modifying a group you created,
select Next. Otherwise, go to the next step.
4. Select contacts from the list provided. A
checkmark appears next to each contact in
the group. Press the OK key to add or
remove checkmarks.
5. When finished, select Done.
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Send a Group vCard
1. At the View Groups list, highlight a group.
2. Select Options > Send as vCard > Via
Bluetooth.
3. Complete the appropriate task to send the
group information.
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Erase a Group
Voice Dial List
1. From View Groups, highlight a group.
2. Select Options > Erase > Yes.
Enable Voice Dial Tags
Erase All Groups
From Delete All, select Groups Only > Yes >
Yes to erase all your groups.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information
or erase preloaded groups.
Speed Dial List
Assign Speed Dial Numbers
1. From Speed Dial List, highlight an
unassigned number (marked as empty).
2. Select Assign.
3. At the contacts list, select a contact.
4. At the contact details screen, select a phone
number.
Your phone creates a voice dial tag for each
contact that has a name field which is not blank
or a name that is more than five syllables. You
can enable or disable the voice dial tags
associated with your contacts.
1. From Voice Dial List, press the OK key to
add or remove checkmarks. A checkmark
appears next to each enabled voice dial.
(Scroll through the list to play the voice
dial tags.)
2. When done, select Save.
Search Contact Voice
You can use voice commands to find a contact
in your voice dial list. For more information,
see “Find a Contact” on page 78.
Clear Speed Dial Numbers
Check Contacts
1. From Speed Dial List, highlight an
assigned number.
2. Select Erase > Yes.
Select Contacts Count to check how many
contacts you have stored.
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Speed Dial List
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Messaging
Use Messaging to send, receive, and erase messages from your phone.
Messaging Menu
Select Messaging from the main menu to access the following functions:
Level 1 >
Level 2 >
Level 3
Messaging
Inbox
Shows a list of received text and multimedia messages.
New Text Msg
Compose a text message.
New Pic Msg
Compose a multimedia message.
Email
Compose an email.
Voicemail
Shows how many voicemails are waiting.
MetroWeb Alerts
Shows how many alerts are waiting.
Sent Msgs
Shows a list of messages you have successfully sent.
Outbox
Shows a list of messages you have sent, but are pending or
failed.
Saved Msgs
Shows a list of messages you have saved.
Drafts
Shows a list of messages that have been started, but saved to
be completed at a later time.
Msg Settings
Access these options: Alerts, Msg List View, Signature,
QuickText, Auto Retrieve, CC and BCC, Callback
Number, Auto Save, Auto-Delete, Default Text, Text Msg
Receipt, Pic Msg Receipt, Voicemail Number, Erase
Recent List, and Pic Msg Reply by.
Erase Msgs
Access these options: Inbox, Outbox, Sent Msgs, Saved
Msgs, Drafts, and All.
Message Count
Check how many messages you have.
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Send Email
From Messaging, select Email to launch the
email application. For more information on
this application, contact metroPCS.
Send Messages
Create a Text Message
You can only send text messages to phone
numbers capable of receiving them or to email
addresses if supported.
1. From New Text Msg, enter a recipient’s
phone number or email address. (Select
Options to access contacts, groups or
recently used addresses. Scroll down to
move to the next field when done.)
You can message up to ten recipients at
once. Use comma or spaces to separate
addresses.
2. Enter the message. (Select Options to
access more features.)
3. When done, select Send.
Create a Multimedia Message
You can only send multimedia messages to
phone numbers capable of receiving them or to
email addresses. If the character and file size
limit for a single multimedia message is
exceeded, the message must be edited to meet
the size limitation.
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Note: Multimedia messaging is not available
on all phones. Check with your service
provider.
1. From New Pic Msg, enter a recipient’s
phone number or email address. (Select
Options to access contacts, groups or
recently used addresses. Scroll down to
move to the next field when done.)
You can message up to ten recipients at
once. Use comma or spaces to separate
addresses.
2. Repeat the first step for CC and BCC, if
needed.
3. Enter a subject.
4. Enter a message.
5. Attach an image file. (Select Options to
access more features.)
6. Attach a sound file. (Select Options to
access more features.)
7. When done, select Send.
Receive Calls while Creating Messages
If you receive a call while creating a message a
notification appears. Do one of the following:
• Select Ignore to ignore the call and return
to the message screen.
• Press the Send key to answer the call and
your phone automatically saves the
message to Drafts.
Send Email
Enter Message Recipients
The following describes how to add recipients
to your messages, depending on the services
provided. Check with your service provider for
availability.
Add Recipients from Contacts
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Contacts when entering a phone
number or email address.
2. Select a contact from the contacts list.
3. Select a number or address.
4. Complete your message.
Add Recipients from Recent List
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Recent List when entering a
phone number or email address.
2. Select a number or address.
3. Complete your message.
Add Recipients from Recent Calls
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Recent Calls when entering a
phone number or email address.
2. Select a number.
3. Complete your message.
Send to Groups
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Groups when entering a phone
number or email address.
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2. Select a group.
3. Complete your message.
Save Recipients as Contacts
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Save Address when entering a
phone number or email address.
2. Select a number or address.
3. Select Options > Save New Contact (to
create a new contact) or Options > Add to
Contact (to add the number or address to
an existing contact).
Add Recipients from Message Text
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Add Address when entering the
text to add more recipients.
2. Enter a number or address to add.
3. Complete your message.
Save Messages to Drafts
At the compose message screen, select
Options > Save Message when entering the
text. Your phone saves the message to Drafts
for you to complete at a later time.
Complete Messages in Drafts
1. From Drafts, highlight your desired
message.
2. Select Edit or Options > Edit.
3. Complete your message.
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Use Preset Text
Add Contacts to Messages
Add Preset Text
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Insert Contact when entering
the text.
2. Select a contact from your contacts list.
3. Complete your message.
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Insert QuickText when
entering the text.
2. Select a preset text entry.
3. Complete your message.
Save Messages as Preset Text
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Save as QuickText when
entering the text to use it later as preset text.
2. Complete your message.
Save Received Messages as Preset Text
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Save as QuickText to use it later as
preset text.
Attaching Files to Messages
The following describes how to select Options
to add various files to your messages when
entering the text, depending on the services
provided.
Add Memos to Messages
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Insert Note when entering the
text.
2. Select a memo.
3. Complete your message.
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Add Events to Messages
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Insert Event when entering the
text.
2. Select an event from your events list.
3. Complete your message.
Add Slides to Messages
Use slides in a multimedia message to send
multiple files of the same type, such as pictures
or voice memos. A multimedia message may
have up to ten slides.
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Add New Slide when entering
the text.
2. Select a slide and add more files or text if
needed.
To navigate through the slides, select
Options > Next Slide or Previous Slide.
To erase the current slide, select Options >
Erase Slide.
3. Complete your message.
You can only attach a limited number of files.
Send Messages
Add Media Files to Messages
Preview Messages
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Media Gallery when adding a
media file.
2. Select a file to add to your message.
To remove a media file, select the
applicable option. For example, to remove
a sound, select Options > Remove Sound.
3. Complete your message.
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Preview Message when
entering the message or media file.
2. Do one of the following:
– If the message has more than one slide,
select Next to view the next slide.
– If the message has only one slide, select
Send to send message.
– Select Options to access more features.
Take Pictures for Messages
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Take a Picture when adding an
image.
2. Take a picture.
3. Select it to add to your message.
4. Complete your message.
Record Sounds for Messages
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Record Sound when adding a
sound.
2. Record a sound.
3. Select it to add to your message.
4. Complete your message.
Set Writing Language
1. At the compose message screen, select
Options > Writing Language to change
the language you compose your message
in.
2. Complete your message.
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Set Individual Message Settings
The following describes how to set message
settings for individual messages.
Note: Your selection of each of the following
message settings overrides that selected for all
messages from Msg Settings.
Request a Message Receipt
1. When entering a message, select Options >
Msg Settings > Msg Receipt > Request to
request a message delivery notice.
2. Complete your message.
Set Message Priority
1. When entering a message, select Options >
Msg Settings > Set Priority to set the
priority level.
2. Complete your message.
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Change the Callback Number
1. When entering the message, select Options
> Msg Settings > Callback Number.
2. Enter your callback number and select OK.
3. Complete your message.
Send Messages Later
1. When entering a message, select Options >
Msg Settings > Send Later.
2. Select Immediate or Set Time to set a
specific time to send the message.
3. Press the OK key to change the time.
– Scroll left or right to move between the
hour, minute, and AM/PM.
– Scroll up or down to change the hour,
minute, and AM/PM.
4. Select Next.
5. Press the OK key to change the date.
– Scroll left or right to move between the
month, day, and year.
– Scroll up or down to change the month,
day, and year.
6. Select Done.
7. Complete your message. Your phone will
save the message and send it later.
Set the Validity Period
1. When entering a message, select Options >
Msg Settings > Validity Period.
2. Select Set Time to set how long to keep
your message valid before removing it
from the phone if not sent.
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3. Press the OK key to change the time.
– Scroll left or right to move between the
hour, minute, and AM/PM.
– Scroll up or down to change the hour,
minute, and AM/PM.
4. Select Next.
5. Press the OK key to change the date.
– Scroll left or right to move between the
month, day, and year.
– Scroll up or down to change the month,
day, and year.
6. Select Done.
7. Complete your message.
Request a Message Read Receipt
1. When entering the message, select Options
> Msg Settings > Msg Read Receipt >
Request to request a notice sent upon
reading the message.
2. Complete your message.
Set CC and BCC Fields
1. When entering the message, select Options
> Msg Settings > CC and BCC to enable
or disable the CC and BCC address fields.
2. Complete your message.
Set the Slide Interval
1. When entering the message, select Options
> Msg Settings > Slide Interval.
2. Select a time interval for the slides.
3. Complete your message.
Send Messages
Manage Received Messages
Reply to Text Messages
Reply to Multimedia Messages (with
Prompt)
When receiving a message, your phone
displays a notification and the message icon
appears at the top of your screen. The message
icon flashes with an urgent message alert if the
message is urgent.
1. When a message notification appears,
select Inbox (to view the message) or
Ignore (to clear the notification).
An icon appears at the top of your screen
when you have an unread message.
2. From Inbox, highlight a message and select
View > Reply (to compose your message)
or Options (to access more features).
3. Complete your message and select Send.
When receiving a message in prompt mode,
your phone displays a notification showing a
new message is available for download.
1. At the download notification, select Yes (to
download the message) or Options (to
retrieve it later or erase it without
downloading).
2. At the message notification, select View (to
view the message) or Later (to check it
later).
3. Select Reply or Options > Reply if the
message has more than one slide.
Select Options to access more features.
4. Complete your message and select Send.
Select Options to access more features.
Reply to Multimedia Messages (with
Auto Retrieve)
Forward Messages
When receiving a message in auto retrieve
mode, your phone automatically downloads it
with a notification.
Note: If receiving a message during a call, the
phone downloads the message after the call.
1. At a message notification, select View (to
view the message) or Later (to check it
later).
2. After viewing the message, select Reply or
Options > Reply if the message has more
than one slide.
Select Options to access more features.
3. Complete your message and select Send.
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1. When viewing a received message, select
Options > Forward.
2. Enter a number or address.
3. Complete your message and select Send.
Reply to all Recipients
1. When viewing a received message, select
Options > Reply All to send your reply to
all the message recipients.
2. Complete the message and select Send.
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Reply with a Copy of the Message
Sort Messages in Inbox
1. When viewing a received message, select
Options > Reply with Copy.
The original message appears in your reply
message.
2. Complete your message and select Send.
1. From Inbox, select Options > Sort.
2. Select a sort option.
Go to Web Addresses in Messages
Call Sender
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Launch Browser to go to a web
address included in the message.
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Call to call the sender.
Manage Attached Files
Save Received Messages
Play Attached Files
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Save Message to save it to Saved
Msgs.
View Recipients
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Recipients to check all recipients of
the message.
View Sender Information
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Sender to view an existing contact,
add to an existing contact, or create a new
contact depending on the sender.
Lock Messages
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Lock Msg to protect it from
accidental deletion. To unlock the message,
select Options > Unlock Msg.
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When viewing a received message with files
attached, select Options > Play (to play an
attached file), Stop (to stop playing), or Mute
(to turn off the sound).
Save Attached Files
When viewing a received message with files
attached, select the applicable save option to
save the attached files, including graphics,
sounds, contacts (vCard), or events (vCal). For
example, to save a contact, select Options >
Save Contact.
View Messages with Multiple Slides
When viewing a received message containing
multiple slides, use the following options to
navigate through the slides.
• Next to view the next slide.
• Options > Replay to restart the message
from the beginning slide.
• Options > Pause to pause at the current
slide.
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Options > Resume to resume playing the
slides.
Options > Done to exit the message.
View Message Information
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Message Info to view the message
priority, sent time, size, etc.
Replay Messages
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Replay to restart the message
(including a slide or sound if contained) from
the beginning.
Manage Voicemail
Check your Voicemail
When you receive a voicemail message, a
notification with a voicemail message icon
appears at the top of your screen.
• At the voicemail notification, select Call to
call your voicemail number and follow the
system prompts to retrieve the message.
Select Ignore to clear the notification
without checking messages. The
notification icon remains on top of the
screen until you listen to the message.
• When only the voicemail message icon
appears on top of the screen, select
Voicemail and follow the system prompts
to retrieve the message.
Configure your Voicemail
Manage Sent Messages
Before your phone can receive voicemail
messages, you need to set up a password and
record a personal greeting with your service
provider.
When you have set up your voicemail, all
unanswered calls to your phone are
automatically transferred to voicemail, even if
your phone is in use or turned off.
1. Press and hold the 1 key.
2. Follow the system prompts to create a
password and record a greeting.
Check Message Status in Sent Folder
Use the following symbols to check the Sent
folder for the status of messages successfully
sent.
The scheduled message will be sent at
the scheduled time. You cannot cancel
delivery of the message.
The message was sent. You cannot
cancel delivery of the message.
The message has been received.
The message has been sent to more than
one recipient.
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Check Message Status in Outbox
Use the following symbols to check your
Outbox for the status of messages sent but still
in process.
The message is pending and will be sent
when possible. You can cancel delivery
of the message.
The message cannot be sent because
service is not available. An alert appears
on your phone if the message cannot be
sent.
Unable to Send Messages
You may not be able to send or receive
messages if your phone’s memory is nearly
full, or if digital service is not available at the
time. To free up memory, erase old messages.
See “Erase Messages” on page 47.
Appended Messages
If you go over the character limit for a single
message, the phone may automatically append
an empty segment to your message to make
space.
Warning: Your service provider may charge
you for each message segment.
When you start a message, the maximum
character limit appears once you are in the
message entry field. This number counts down
as you enter characters, until it reaches 0.
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If you continue to enter text after this counter
reaches 0, a message segment may be
appended. When you reach the message size
limit, you are prompted to edit the message or
alerted that the message is being appended.
Note: Appended messages may not be
available on all phones. Check with your
service provider.
Message Settings
The following message settings affect all
messages unless you change them for
individual messages.
Set Message Alerts
1. From Alerts, select Msg Alert.
2. Select an alert for messages.
If you select an & Remind alert, the phone
notifies you once when receiving a new
message and notifies you again every five
minutes. To stop a reminder alert, select
Ignore.
Set Page Alerts
1. From Alerts, select Page Alert.
2. Select an alert for pages.
If you select an & Remind alert, the phone
notifies you once when receiving a new
message and notifies you again every five
minutes. To stop a reminder alert, select
Ignore.
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Set Voicemail Alerts
Edit Preset Messages
1. From Alerts, select Voicemail Alert.
2. Select an alert for voicemails.
If you select an & Remind alert, the phone
notifies you once when receiving a new
message and notifies you again every five
minutes. To stop a reminder alert, select
Ignore.
Your phone comes with preset messages, such
as “Please call me,” which you can insert into
the body of a text message. You can edit or
create up to 40 preset messages.
1. From QuickText, do one of the following:
– Scroll to a preset message and select
Edit.
– Select New Msg to create a new preset
message.
2. Enter or edit the text.
3. Select Save.
Note: You can also save messages you have
written or received as preset messages.
Set Message List View
From Msg List View, select one of the
following to set your message list display:
• Sender & Preview displays the sender and
first part of messages.
• Sender & Date-Time displays the sender
and sent time of messages.
• Msg Preview displays the first part of
messages.
• Sender displays the message sender.
Set your Signature
You can create a signature to appear at the end
of all outgoing messages.
1. From Signature, enter your signature.
2. Select OK to save the signature.
Note: The signature counts towards the
character limit of your message.
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Enable Auto Retrieve
From Auto Retrieve, select one of the
following:
• Disabled turns off auto retrieve and
prompts you before downloading any
multimedia messages.
• Enabled turns on auto retrieve to
automatically download multimedia
messages.
Enable CC/BCC Fields
From CC and BCC, select Disable (to hide
the CC and BCC fields) or Enable (to show
them).
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Set Callback Number
1. From Callback Number, enter a new
number to change your default callback
number.
2. Select OK to save the number.
Select Enable to send a callback number with
every message you send.
Enable Save to Sent
From Auto Save, select Enabled to
automatically save outgoing messages to the
Sent Msgs folder.
Enable Auto-Erase
Use Auto-Delete to set your phone to erase
messages automatically when it needs memory
for incoming messages.
From Auto-Delete, select one of the following:
• Disabled erases no messages.
• Old Inbox Msgs erases old messages in
Inbox when memory is needed.
• Sent Msgs erases old messages in Sent
Msgs when memory is needed.
• Both erases old messages in both Inbox
and Sent Msgs when memory is needed.
Set Default Text
You can change the default text entry mode
when creating a text message. This setting
applies only to the Message field, not the Send
To field.
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From Default Text, select Normal Alpha (to
enter text letter by letter) or Rapid Entry (to
enter text with word recognition).
Request Text Message Receipts
From Text Msg Receipt, select Request to
request a notification when a recipient has
received your text message.
Request Multimedia Message Receipts
From Pic Msg Receipt, select Request to
request a notification when a recipient has
received your multimedia message.
Set your Voicemail Number
Often your service provider automatically
programs your voicemail number (the number
your phone calls to retrieve voicemail). To
change it:
1. From Voicemail Number, select Edit.
2. Enter your voicemail number. (Use
Options > Time Pause or Hard Pause to
enter pauses.)
3. Select Save.
Erase Recent List
From Erase Recent List, select Yes to clear
the list of recipients you have recently sent
messages to.
Message Settings
Set Multimedia Message Response
Erase All Messages
From Pic Msg Reply by, select Text Msg or
Pic Msg to set the default reply to a
multimedia message.
If you select Text Msg, you go to the text
message compose screen when you reply to a
multimedia message. When you select Pic
Msg, you go to the multimedia message
compose screen.
From Erase Msgs, select All > Yes to erase all
messages from all folders, except for voicemail
messages.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Check Message Count
From Message Count screen, check how
many messages you have stored.
Erase Messages
Erasing old messages frees up memory in your
phone. You can erase messages as you send or
read them, erase them one at a time, or erase
them all at once.
Erase a Single Message
When viewing a received message, select
Options > Erase > Yes.
Note: You can erase a scheduled message, but
cannot cancel its delivery.
Erase Messages from a Folder
From Erase Msgs, select a folder to erase
messages from. For example, to erase received
messages, select Inbox > Yes.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
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@metro
Download ringtones, games, graphics, and
more from @metro. For information on
airtime charges, contact your service provider.
Application Shopping and
Downloading
1. From the home screen, select @metro.
Note: The first time you access @metro, it
will take a few moments to load and then a
welcome message will display. Press the OK
key to continue.
2. Scroll down to highlight Catalog and press
the OK key. The Catalog takes a few
moments to load and the Catalog menu
appears.
3. Scroll to browse the Catalog.
4. Follow the instructions to purchase content.
Note: Please check with your service provider
for availability of applications.
Access Downloaded
Applications
Applications that have already been
downloaded or pre-loaded to your handset can
be accessed by selecting My Apps.
1. From the home screen, select @metro.
2. Scroll right to select My Apps.
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3. Scroll down to highlight an application.
Press the OK key.
4. Follow the instructions to access the
applicaton.
Changing your @metro
Settings
Use Options in My Apps to manage, sort, and
delete applications.
1. From the home screen, select @metro.
2. Scroll right to select My Apps.
3. Scroll Options and one of the following:
– Launch launches the selected
application.
– View Info displays the application
details.
– Delete removes the application.
– Check Upgrade checks if a new
application version is available.
– Move Apps moves an application to a
different location.
– Sort List By sorts applications by date
or name.
– View Purchase Log displays
applications purchase history.
Application Shopping and Downloading
Buy New Applications
To buy new and exciting applications, visit
@metro. It provides you with a variety of
applications you can choose from.
What Do I Pay?
When you buy an application, you will be
charged for the purchase cost of the
application.
Delete Applications
You may delete applications that are no longer
needed.
1. From the home screen, select @metro.
2. Scroll right to select My Apps.
3. Scroll down to highlight an application.
4. Select Options > Delete.
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MetroWEB
You can use your phone to browse the Internet
if you have obtained phone Internet services
from your service provider and if over-the-air
Internet access is available in your area.
Launch Browser
Select MetroWEB to launch the browser. An
alert appears notifying of airtime fees, if you
have enabled web alerts. Select OK to
continue.
If this is the first time you have connected to
the Internet, a message informs you that
security is not yet enabled for your browser.
Select Yes to enable security.
Add a Bookmark
1. Surf to the Web page you want to
bookmark and select Options > Add to
Bookmarks.
2. Edit the bookmark’s details, if needed.
3. Select Options > Save to save the
bookmark.
To access your saved bookmarks, select
Options > Bookmarks from any web page.
Scroll to a bookmark and press the OK key.
Browse the Web
A browser home page with a list of bookmarks
and some browser menu options appear when
you are connected to the Web. The lock icon
appears in a secure session. You can do the
following:
• To choose a site, scroll to the link and press
the OK key.
• An underline and an arrow indicate that
there is more text. Scroll down to view the
rest of the text.
• Press the Back key to return to the previous
screen.
• Press the End key to exit.
• Select Options to access more browser
features.
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Camera
Camera Tips
Your phone has a camera. Before using your
phone’s camera, here are some tips:
• You cannot activate the camera while on an
active call or while browsing the Internet.
• Once the camera is active, the home screen
acts as the viewfinder.
• If you get a “Low memory” error, check
your resolution and quality compression
settings.
• If there is no activity within 30 seconds
after you turn your camera on, the camera
times out and returns to the previous launch
point.
• Menu settings and options can only be
accessed when the camera is active.
• Numbers in the top right corner indicate the
number of snapshots remaining before the
phone runs out of memory.
Take a Picture
1. To activate the camera, select Camera
from the main menu.
2. Focus on the image using the phone’s
display as a viewfinder.
3. To take a picture, press the OK key. The
picture is saved to Camera Pictures.
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4. Select Send > Via MMS (to attach to a
multimedia message), Via Bluetooth (to
send to a Bluetooth-enabled device), or To
Printer (to print on a Bluetooth-enabled
device).
Select Erase to delete the picture from your
phone.
5. Press the End key to exit camera mode.
Camera Options
Camera Settings
Adjust the Resolution
From camera mode, select Options > Settings
> Resolution and a size for your pictures.
Numbers in the bottom left corner indicate the
current resolution setting.
Set Self Timer
From camera mode, select Options > Settings
> Self Timer and a time.
The icon indicates the timer is activated.
When you take a picture, a beep plays three
seconds from the time the shutter snaps the
picture.
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Enable Date/Time Stamp
Set Color Tone
From camera mode, select Options > Settings
> Date/Time > On to place a date/time stamp
on each picture taken.
The icon indicates when the date/time
stamp is on.
1. From camera mode, select Options >
Settings > Color Tone.
2. Scroll left or right to select a color tone.
Look at the viewfinder to see how each
setting looks.
Enable Multishot Mode
From camera mode, select Options > Settings
> Multishot > On to take multiple pictures.
The icon indicates multishot mode is
enabled. When you take a picture, press and
hold the OK key to take multiple pictures. A
single tone plays for each picture taken.
Your camera is set to a lower resolution during
multishot mode. The resolution setting returns
to the previous setting when you are done.
Set Shutter Sound
1. From camera mode, select Options >
Settings > Shutter Sound.
2. Select a sound to play when the shutter
takes a picture.
Set White Balance
1. From camera mode, select Options >
Settings > White Balance.
2. Scroll left or right to select the white
balance setting. Look at the display to see
how each setting looks.
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Set Picture Quality
From camera mode, select Options > Settings
> Picture Quality and a quality level for your
picture.
When you select a higher quality level, the size
of the file is bigger.
Set Brightness Level
1. From camera mode, select Options >
Brightness.
2. Scroll left or right to change the brightness
level. Press the OK key to set the
brightness.
Go to Camera Pictures
From camera mode, select Options > Camera
Pictures to see all of the pictures you have
taken. These are located in Camera Pictures.
Take a Picture in a Frame
1. From camera mode, select Options >
Frames.
2. Scroll left or right to view the frames
available.
3. Select OK to choose a frame.
4. Take a picture with the frame. The frame is
part of the image and can not be removed.
Camera Options
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Use Media Gallery to retrieve and playback media files and other downloads.
Media Gallery Menu
Select Media Gallery from the main menu to access the following functions:
Level 1 >
Level 2 >
Level 3
Media Gallery
Images
Access these options: Camera Pictures, Saved Images,
Wallpapers, Wallpaper Shuffle, and Caller IDs.
Sounds
Access these options: Saved Sounds, Ringers, Ringer
Shuffle, and Voice Memos.
Delete Content
Access these options: Camera Pics Only, Images Only,
Sounds Only, and Erase All.
Images
Send an Image
Send a Picture
1. From Saved Images, select an image.
2. Select Send > Via MMS (to attach to a
multimedia message), Via Bluetooth (to
send to a Bluetooth-enabled device), or To
Printer (to print on a Bluetooth-enabled
device).
3. Complete the appropriate task.
Note: If your phone has no Bluetooth feature,
you may send the file with a message only.
1. From Camera Pictures, select a picture.
2. Select Send > Via MMS (to attach to a
multimedia message), Via Bluetooth (to
send to a Bluetooth-enabled device), or To
Printer (to print on a Bluetooth-enabled
device).
3. Complete the appropriate task.
Note: If your phone has no Bluetooth feature,
you may send the file with a message only.
Change the Default Wallpaper
1. From Wallpapers, select a wallpaper.
2. Select Set Default.
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Edit the Wallpaper Shuffle
Edit the Ringer Shuffle
1. From Wallpaper Shuffle, select Edit. With
no wallpapers saved, you need to add files.
2. Select Add to include a file in the shuffle,
Remove to remove a file from the shuffle,
or Options to access more features.
3. When finished, select Options > Done.
1. From Ringer Shuffle, select Edit.
2. Select Add to include a file in the shuffle,
Remove to remove a file from the shuffle,
or Options to access more features.
3. When finished, select Options > Done.
You can only edit the shuffle with at least a file
added.
Assign a Caller ID
1. From Caller IDs, select an image.
2. Select Assign.
3. At the contacts list, select a contact.
Sounds
Send a Sound
1. From Saved Sounds, highlight a sound.
2. Select Send > Via MMS (to attach to a
multimedia message) or Via Bluetooth (to
send to a Bluetooth-enabled device).
3. Complete the appropriate task.
Note: If your phone has no Bluetooth feature,
you may send the file with a message only.
Assign a Ringer
Play a Voice Memo
1. From Voice Memos, highlight a memo you
have recorded.
2. Select Play.
Use the Navigation key to control the
playback tools displayed.
Media File Options
Rename a File
1. From a media file list, highlight a file.
2. Select Options > Rename.
3. Enter a new name and select Save.
You can only rename unlocked files. Preloaded
files on your phone are always locked.
1. From Ringers, highlight a ringer.
2. Select Assign and choose how you want to
assign the ringer.
3. Complete the appropriate task.
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Sounds
Send a File
Add Files to a Shuffle
1. From a media file list, highlight a file.
2. Select Options > Send > Via MMS (to
attach to a multimedia message), Via
Bluetooth (to send to a Bluetooth-enabled
device), or To Printer (to print on a
Bluetooth-enabled device). The options
available depend on the file type.
3. Complete the appropriate task.
Note: If your phone has no Bluetooth feature,
you may send the file with a message only.
1. From a media file list, highlight a file.
2. Select Options > Shuffle to add the file to
the applicable shuffle.
Assign a File
1. From a media file list, select a file.
2. Select Options > Modify.
3. Select Options and an option to rotate,
resize, and so on.
4. When done, select Save to save over an
existing file or as a new one.
1. From a media file list, highlight a file.
2. Select Options > Assign and choose how
to assign the file.
3. Complete the appropriate task.
Lock a File
1. From a media file list, highlight a file.
2. Select Options > Lock to protect a file
from being accidently erased. To unlock the
file, select Options > Unlock.
Play a File
View File Details
1. From a media file list, highlight a file.
2. Select Options > Details to view the
details such as file size or save date.
3. Select OK to exit.
Modify a File
Use the Zoom
1.
2.
3.
4.
From a media file list, select a file.
Select Options > Zoom.
Use the Navigation key to zoom in and out.
Select Cancel to exit.
1. From a media file list, highlight a file.
2. Select Options > Play.
Use the Navigation key to control the
playback tools displayed.
User Guide
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View a Slideshow
Erase All Image Files
1. From Camera Pictures, select Options >
Slideshow to play the slideshow of the files
contained in the current folder.
2. Select Pause (to stop), Play (to resume), or
Options (to access more features).
With Options selected, your phone
automatically pauses the slideshow.
3. When you are done, select Options > Exit.
From Delete Content, select Images Only >
Yes to erase all files in the Images folder.
Note: You can only erase unlocked files.
Preloaded files on your phone are always
locked.
Erase Media Files
Erase a Single File
1. From a media file list, highlight a file.
2. Select Options > Erase > Yes.
You can only erase unlocked files. Preloaded
files on your phone are always locked.
Erase All Files in a Folder
From a media file list, select Options > Erase
All > Yes.
Note: You can only erase unlocked files.
Preloaded files on your phone are always
locked.
Erase All Sound Files
From Delete Content, select Sounds Only >
Yes to erase all files in the Sounds folder.
Note: You can only erase unlocked files.
Preloaded files on your phone are always
locked.
Erase All Media Files
From Delete Content, select Erase All > Yes
to erase all files in the Media Gallery folder.
Note: You can only erase unlocked files.
Preloaded files on your phone are always
locked.
Erase All Pictures
From Delete Content, select Camera Pics
Only > Yes to erase all files in the Camera
Pictures folder.
Note: You can only erase unlocked files.
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Erase Media Files
11 Tools
Tools Menu
Select Tools from the main menu to access the following functions:
Level 1 >
Level 2 >
Level 3
Tools
Voice Memo
Access these options: Record New and Recorded Memos.
Scheduler
Schedule an appointment.
Alarm Clock
Set an alarm.
Tip Calculator
Calculate a tip.
Calculator
Perform basic calculations.
Timer
Set a countdown timer.
Stopwatch
Use a stopwatch timer.
World Clock
View times from different time zones.
Memopad
Access these options: New Memo and View Memos.
User Guide
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Voice Memo
Use Voice Memo to record and play back
audio memos.
Record Voice Memos
1. From Voice Memo, select Record New.
2. Record your voice memo and select Stop
when done.
3. Select Save.
If you receive an incoming call while recording
a memo, the memo is saved and the incoming
call screen appears.
Play Voice Memos
1. From Recorded Memos, highlight a
memo.
2. Select Play to play the memo or Options to
access more features.
Scheduler
Use Scheduler to schedule events and set
reminder alerts.
Create an Event
1. From Add New Event, enter a name.
Scroll down to move to the next field when
done.
2. Press the OK key to select an event type
from the list.
3. Press the OK key to change the date, if
needed.
– Scroll left or right to move between
month, day, and year fields.
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– Scroll up or down to change month,
day, and year.
Press the OK key to save and move to the
next field.
4. Press the OK key to change the time, if
needed.
– Scroll left or right to move between
hour, minute, and AM/PM fields.
– Scroll up or down to change hour,
minute, and AM/PM.
Press the OK key to save and move to the
next field.
5. Press the OK key to change the duration, if
needed.
– Scroll left or right to move between
hour and minute fields.
– Scroll up or down to change hour and
minute.
Press the OK key to save and move to the
next field.
6. Press the OK key to select a priority from
the list.
7. Press the OK key to select a reminder from
the list.
8. Press the OK key to select a reminder
sound from the list.
9. Press the OK key to select During Event
to enable silent mode or Off to have normal
sounds.
10. Press the OK key to select a recurring
event from the list, if needed.
11. Select Save.
Voice Memo
View Events
Return to the Current Date
View Events by Month
From View Day, select Options > Go to
Today to return to the current date.
1. From View Month, scroll through the
month view. (Days with events are
highlighted.)
2. Press the OK key to select a date.
3. Do one of the following:
– Scroll left or right to move to another
date.
– Select an event.
– Scroll to a time and select Add New to
create a new event.
– Select Options to access more features.
View Events by Date
From View Day, do one of the following:
• Scroll left or right to move to another date.
• Select an event.
• Scroll to a time and select Add New to
create a new event.
• Select Options to access more features.
Go to a Specific Date
1. From Go to Date, scroll left or right to
move between month, day, and year fields.
Scroll up or down to change month, day, or
year.
2. Press the OK key to select the date.
View Events by List
From View All Events, select an event from
the list or Options to access more features.
User Guide
Sort Events by Time
From View All Events, select Options > Sort
by Time to sort events by time.
Sort Events by Type
From View All Events, select Options > Sort
by Type to sort events by their assigned type.
Sort Events by Priority
From View All Events, select Options > Sort
by Priority to sort events by their assigned
priority.
Modify Events
Edit an Event
1. From View Day, select an event.
2. At the event details screen, select Options
> Edit.
3. Modify the event and select Save.
Send an Event
1. From View Day, select an event.
2. At the event details screen, select Options
> Send > Via MMS (to attach the file to a
multimedia message), Via Bluetooth (to
send the file to a Bluetooth-enabled
device), or To Printer (to print the file on a
Bluetooth-enabled device).
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3. Complete the appropriate task.
Note: If your phone has no Bluetooth feature,
you may only send the file with a message.
Copy an Event
1. From View Day, select an event.
2. At the event details screen, select Options
> Copy.
3. Enter a new name for the event.
4. Complete the event and select Save.
Erase Events
Erase an Event
1. From View Day, select an event.
2. At the event details screen, select Options
> Erase > Yes.
Erase the Current Day’s Events
From View Day, select Options > Erase
Today’s Events > Yes to erase all events on
that day.
Erase All Events
From View All Events, select Options >
Erase All Events > Yes to erase all events
from the phone.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Erase All Past Events
From View All Events, select Options >
Erase All Past Events > Yes to erase all past
events from the phone.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Change Scheduler Settings
From Settings, you can modify the following
features.
Set Scheduler Hours
1. From Scheduler Hours, modify the start
and end times.
– Scroll left or right to move between
hour, minute, and AM/PM fields.
– Scroll up or down to change hour,
minute, and AM/PM.
2. Select Save when done.
Erase Events Automatically
From Auto Erase, select an option from the
list to set when to automatically erase your past
events.
Set Event Priority
From Priority, select an option to set every
event you create with this priority type.
Set Event Reminder
From Reminder, select an option to set every
event you create with this reminder setting.
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Scheduler
Set Event Reminder Alert
Set the Quick Alarm
From Reminder Sound, select an option to set
every event you create with this reminder alert.
(Scroll to listen to sounds.)
From Silent Mode, select an option to set
every event you create with this silent mode.
1. From Alarm Clock, scroll to the quick
alarm and select Set.
2. Choose a time. (A notification shows the
quick alarm is on.)
When the quick alarm rings, select Off to turn
off the alarm, or Reset to set the quick alarm
again.
Alarm Clock
Change Alarm Clock Settings
You can set up to four alerts with your phone’s
three alarm clocks and one quick alarm.
Note: The alert occurs only if the phone is on.
From Settings, you can modify the following
features.
Set an Alarm
From Snooze Duration, select an option to set
how long before the alarm goes off again when
you hit the snooze.
Set Event Silent Mode
1. From Alarm Clock, scroll to one of the
alarms and select Set.
2. Press the OK key to change the time, if
needed.
– Scroll left or right to move between
hour, minute and AM/PM fields.
– Scroll up or down to change hour,
minute and AM/PM.
Press the OK key to save time and move to
the next field.
3. Press the OK key to select a sound from the
list.
4. Press the OK key to select a recurring
alarm from the list, if needed.
5. Press the OK key to enter a note.
6. Select Save.
When the alarm rings, select Stop to turn off
the alarm or Snooze to set the alarm to ring in
another ten minutes.
User Guide
Set Snooze Duration
Set Snooze Limit
From Snooze Limit, select an option to set
how many times you can hit the snooze.
Use Tip Calculator
1. From Tip Calculator, enter the amount of
your bill.
2. Select the percentage you want to tip.
3. Enter the number of people sharing the bill
(or enter 1 if paying the entire bill).
4. Select Next to view the final bill.
5. Select Done when finished.
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Use Calculator
1. From Calculator, enter the first number.
2. Select a mathematical operation:
– Scroll left to multiply.
– Scroll right to divide.
– Scroll up to add.
– Scroll down to subtract.
Your selection will appear highlighted.
3. Enter the second number, and press the OK
key to view the result.
4. Select Exit to return to the menu, or
Options and one of the following:
– Square squares the entered value.
– Square Root shows the square root of
the entered value.
– Cube cubes the entered value.
– MS replaces the value currently stored
in memory with the displayed result on
the screen.
– M+ adds displayed result on the screen
to the value currently stored in memory.
– MR displays value currently stored in
memory on the screen.
– MC clears value currently stored in
memory.
Use Timer
The timer counts down for the specified time.
It beeps when that amount of time has elapsed.
1. From Timer, select Set.
2. Enter the time length.
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– Scroll left or right to move between
hours, minutes, or seconds fields.
– Scroll up or down to change hours,
minutes, or seconds.
3. Select Sound, and choose from the list to
modify the sound.
4. To work the timer, select from the
following options:
– Start begins the countdown.
– Stop pauses the countdown.
– Reset clears the timer.
When the countdown is complete, select Off to
silence the alarm.
Use Stopwatch
From Stopwatch, select from the following
options:
• Start begins counting.
• Stop pauses counting.
• Reset clears the stopwatch.
Press the Back key to exit.
World Clock
Use World Clock to check times in cities
around the world in relation to your local time.
Set World Clock
1. From World Clock, first scroll left or right
to select a time zone.
2. Check your local time and date on the first
line, followed by your selected world city
and its time and date.
Use Calculator
Search World Clock
Call a Number in a Memo
1. From World Clock, select Options >
Search City or Search Country.
2. Enter the first letter(s) of your desired city
or country.
3. Select a city or country from the list.
If you have a phone number in a memo, you
can call it.
1. From View Memos, highlight a memo.
2. Select Options > Use Numbers.
3. Select a number, and press the Send key.
Memopad
Lock a Memo
Write a Memo
1. From New Memo, enter the memo.
2. Select Save.
View a Memo
From View Memos, select View to open a
memo or Options to access more features.
Edit a Memo
1. From View Memos, highlight a memo.
2. Select Options > Edit.
3. Edit the memo, and select Save.
Send a Memo
1. From View Memos, highlight a memo.
2. Select Options > Send as SMS.
3. Complete the message, and select Send.
User Guide
You can lock a memo to prevent it from being
edited or erased.
1. From View Memos, highlight a memo.
2. Select Options > Lock Memo.
To unlock a memo, select Unlock Memo.
Erase a Memo
1. From View Memos, highlight a memo.
2. Select Options > Erase > Yes.
Erase All Memos
From View Memos, select Options > Erase
All > Yes.
Note: Selecting Erase All only erases
unlocked memos.
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12 Settings
Settings Menu
Select Settings from the main menu to access the following functions:
Level 1 >
Level 2 >
Level 3
Settings
Bluetooth
Access these options: On/Off, My Devices, and Settings.
Sounds
Access these options: Ringers, Volume, Pwr On/Off Sound,
and Keypad.
Display
Access these options: Set Wallpaper, Wallpaper Shuffle,
Themes, Main Menu View, Icon Display Mode, My
Banner, Backlighting, Brightness, Language, and
Time/Date Format.
Convenience
Access these options: Date/Time Display, Set Time/Date
(with Airplane Mode enabled), Airplane Mode, Auto
Keyguard, Auto-Hyphen, 1-Touch Dialing, Fast Find,
Frequent List, Missed Call Alert, Any Key Answer, and
Shortcut Key.
Voice Features
Access these options: Automatic Add, Expert Mode,
Display Results, Digit Lengths, Voice Answer, and Voice
Training.
Accessories
Access these options: Headset Sounds, Auto-Answer, TTY
Device, and T-coil Hearing Aid.
Network
Access these options: Privacy Alert, Voice Privacy,
Roam/Svc Alert, Roam Option, Set Phone Line, Location,
and Roam Call Alert.
Security
Access these options: Lock Phone, Limit Calls, New Lock
Code, Reset Default, and Master Clear.
Memory Status
Check how much memory your phone is using.
Phone Info
Access these options: Build Info, Icon Keys, and Phone
Help.
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Settings Menu
Bluetooth
The Bluetooth® wireless technology (not
available on all phones) enables wireless
connectivity with accessories such as portable
or installed hands-free car kits, phones,
handsets, computers, and so on. For details,
check with your service provider.
You must use a Bluetooth device (compatible
with Class 2 Bluetooth wireless technology,
version 1.2) in order to use this phone
wirelessly. Bluetooth accessories display a
symbol on your phone.
Enable Bluetooth
Before you can connect your phone with a
Bluetooth device, you need to enable the
Bluetooth feature on your phone.
From On/Off, select On.
Pair with a Device
To enable your phone to communicate with a
Bluetooth device, you need to "pair" the device
with your phone. The following instructions
describe the process. You may also need to
reference the user guide provided with your
Bluetooth device.
1. Prepare the Bluetooth device (accessory)
for pairing as described in the device’s user
guide.
2. From My Devices, select Find New. Your
phone then searches and detects any
available Bluetooth devices in the vicinity.
User Guide
You must enable the Bluetooth feature on
your phone.
3. At the device list, highlight a device and
select Add.
Accept the pairing if prompted.
4. If necessary, enter the password provided
with the Bluetooth device and select OK.
With the password accepted, the device
appears in your device list.
Use Bluetooth Devices
Connect to a Device
Before you can use Bluetooth, you must get
your phone ready to communicate with a
device. This is called “connecting.”
To connect your phone to a Bluetooth device,
from My Devices, highlight a device and select
Connect.
A notification appears confirming the
connection. You can now use the device with
your phone.
Disconnect from a Device
From My Devices, highlight a connected
device and select Disconnect.
Rename a Device
1. From My Devices, highlight a device.
2. Select Options > Rename.
3. Enter a new name and select Save.
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Delete a Device
View Supported Services
You can delete a Bluetooth device that you
have paired your phone with.
1. From My Devices, highlight a device.
2. Select Options > Delete > Yes.
Select Services to view a list of the Bluetooth
service profiles your phone supports.
View Device Services
A Bluetooth device paired with your phone
may have more than one service profile (such
as Headset, Handsfree, and so on). Do the
following to check the services available:
1. From My Devices, highlight a device.
2. Select Options > Services.
3. At the service list, highlight a profile and
select Connect to change the active profile.
Change Bluetooth Settings
From Settings, you can modify the following
Bluetooth features.
Change Phone’s Name
You can change the name presented for other
Bluetooth devices’ search of your phone.
From My Name, enter a new name and select
Save.
Limit Visibility
You can limit the time your phone is visible to
other Bluetooth devices.
From Visibility, select an option to set the
phone visible for your selected time before
becoming invisible.
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Enable OBEX Authentication
From OBEX Authentication, select Enabled.
With object exchange (OBEX) authentication
enabled, you need a user name and password to
transfer files via Bluetooth.
Sounds
Your phone has several settings that control the
sound. You can select from a variety of ringers
and adjust the volume.
Ringers
From Ringers, you can modify the following
settings.
Set Ringers
From Ringer Type, select a ringer. (Scroll
down the list to play the ringers.)
Set Roam Ringer
From Roam Ringer, select a ringer. (Scroll
down the list to play the ringers.)
Enable Roam Ringer
From Roam Ringer Activation, select Enable
to activate the roam ringer.
Sounds
Ringer Shuffle
Set Earpiece Volume
– Enable Ringer Shuffle
From Ringer Shuffle, select Enable to turn on
the ringer shuffle.
1. From Earpiece Volume, scroll right or left
to set the earpiece volume.
2. Press the OK key to save.
– Edit Ringer Shuffle
Set Keypad Volume
1. From Ringer Shuffle, select Edit.
2. Select Add (to include the file in the
shuffle) or Remove (to remove the file
from the shuffle).
3. When finished, select Options > Done.
1. From Key Volume, scroll right or left to set
the keypad volume.
2. Press the OK key to save.
– View Ringer Shuffle
1. From Ringer Shuffle, select View. Only
the files used in your shuffle appear.
2. Select Edit to modify the shuffle list or
press the Back key to exit.
Volume
From Volume, you can modify the following
settings.
Set Ringer Volume
1. From Ringer Volume, scroll right or left to
set the ringer volume.
2. Press the OK key to save.
Set Speakerphone Volume
1. From Speakerphone Volume, scroll right
or left to set the speakerphone volume.
2. Press the OK key to save.
User Guide
Set Power On/Off Sounds
1. From Pwr On/Off Sound, select Power
On Sound or Power Off Sound.
2. Select a sound to play when your phone
powers on or off. (Scroll down the list to
play the sounds.)
Keypad
From Keypad, you can modify the following
settings.
Set Key Press Sounds
From Key Sound, select Tone, Click, or Off to
set the sounds you hear when pressing the
keypad.
Set Key Tone Length
From Key Length, select Normal or Long to
set the length of the keypad tone.
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Display
Set Wallpaper Shuffle Interval
Set Wallpaper
1. From Wallpaper Shuffle, select Set
Shuffle Time.
2. Select an interval time from the list. Your
wallpaper changes to another file in the
shuffle at the selected interval time.
You can select a wallpaper for your phone’s
home screen.
1. From Set Wallpaper, select Camera
Pictures, Saved Images, or Wallpapers.
To turn off wallpaper, select None.
2. Select a file. You may need to resize or
crop the file.
3. Select Done.
Wallpaper Shuffle
Enable Wallpaper Shuffle
From Wallpaper Shuffle, select Enable to
turn on wallpaper shuffle.
Edit Wallpaper Shuffle
1. From Wallpaper Shuffle, select Edit.
2. Select Add (to include a file in the shuffle)
or Remove (to remove a file from the
shuffle).
3. When finished, select Options > Done.
View Wallpaper Shuffle
Set Theme
From Themes, select a color theme for the
display background.
Set Main Menu View
From Main Menu View, select one of the
following:
• Grid displays icons of each menu item,
with its name at the top of the screen.
• List displays a list of all menu items.
The next time you view the Menu, your
selected menu style appears.
Set Icon Display Mode
To change the application bar display, select
Icon Display Mode and one of the following:
• On displays the application bar solid all the
time.
• Off turns off the application bar.
1. From Wallpaper Shuffle, select View. The
files in your shuffle appear.
2. Select Edit to modify the shuffle list or
press the Back key to exit.
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Display
Set Greeting Banner
Set Brightness
The banner is the personal label for your
phone, appearing on the home screen above the
time and date.
1. From My Banner, select Edit.
2. Press the Back key to clear the current
banner.
3. Enter your new text (up to 14 characters).
4. Select Save.
1. From Brightness, scroll to change the
brightness level.
2. Select Save.
Backlighting
Set Display Duration
From Backlighting, select Display Duration
and one of the following:
• Always Dim forces the backlight to remain
dim before turning off.
• 7 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 15 Seconds, or 30
Seconds turns backlighting on for the set
time after your last keypress.
• Always Bright forces the backlight to
remain bright before turning off.
Set Keypad Duration
From Backlighting, select Keypad Duration
and one of the following:
• Off forces the backlight to remain dim
before turning off.
• 7 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 15 Seconds, 30
Seconds, or 60 Seconds turns backlighting
on for the set time after your last keypress.
• Same as Display matches the setting for
the Display Duration.
User Guide
Set Language
From Language, select a language.
Set Time and Date Format
From Time/Date Format, select a time and
date format.
Convenience
Use these settings to make your phone more
convenient to use.
Enable Date/Time Display
From Date/Time Display, select Enabled to
show the date and time when the phone is in
idle state.
Set Date and Time
In Airplane mode, you can set the time and
date manually.
Note: You can only access Set Time/Date with
Airplane Mode enabled.
1. From Set Time/Date, do the following to
change the date:
– Scroll left or right to move between the
month, day, and year fields.
– Scroll up or down to change the month,
day, and year.
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2. Press the OK key to save the date.
3. Do the following to change the time:
– Scroll left or right to move between the
hour, minute, and AM/PM fields.
– Scroll up or down to change the hour,
minute, and AM/PM.
4. Press the OK key to save the time.
5. Select Done.
Enable Airplane Mode
While in an airplane, it is normally required
that you turn off your mobile phone because it
emits RF signals that interfere with air traffic
control. In airplane mode, however, your
phone does not emit RF signals. You cannot
make or receive calls, send text messages, use
the Browser or Bluetooth, but you can play
games, use the Scheduler, set the clock, and
make emergency calls to designated
emergency numbers. Please check with
uniformed personnel before operating your
phone in Airplane mode.
From Airplane Mode, select Enabled > OK
to activate airplane mode.
With airplane mode enabled, you can also set
the time and date manually.
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Auto Keyguard
Enable Auto Keyguard
Use Auto Keyguard to automatically lock the
keypad after 30 seconds of inactivity to prevent
accidental key presses.
From Auto Keyguard, select Enabled or from
the home screen, press and hold the * Shift
key.
Unlock Keyguard
From the home screen, select Unlock and press
the * Shift key to unlock the keypad.
Enable Auto-Hyphenation
Auto-hyphenation, when enabled,
automatically inserts hyphens into your phone
numbers to be consistent with the U.S. dialing
plan (or the North American Numbering Plan).
From Auto-Hyphen, select Enabled to turn on
auto-hyphenation.
Use 1-Touch Dialing
The 1-Touch Dialing feature is the fastest way
to call a speed dial location. To call a contact
with speed dial, press and hold the speed
dialing location.
If it is a two-digit location, press the first digit
briefly, then press and hold the second digit.
Convenience
Note: To use 1-Touch dialing, you must enable
1-Touch dialing on your phone and have a
speed dial location assigned to a contact.
From 1-Touch Dialing, select Enabled to turn
on 1-touch dialing.
Call Contact using Fast Find
1. From Fast Find, select Enabled to turn on
fast find.
2. From the home screen, press the keys
corresponding to the letters of the name
you want to find. A matching contact or
speed dial entry appears.
3. Scroll to your desired contact and press the
Send key to call the number.
Enable Frequent List
From Frequent List, select Enabled. With
Frequent List enabled, the last 15 of your
most frequently called contacts appear at the
beginning of your contacts list. Scroll past the
straight line to view the entire contacts list.
Set Missed Call Alert
From Missed Call Alert, select an alert type
for missed calls.
If you select an & Remind alert, the phone
notifies you once when receiving a new
message and notifies you again every five
minutes. To stop a reminder alert, select
Ignore.
User Guide
Enable Any Key Answer
From Any Key Answer, select Enabled to
answer calls when you press any key on the
keypad.
Set Shortcut Key
From Shortcut Key, select a feature from the
list. The next time you press the Shortcut key,
it will open this feature. You can reset
Shortcut Key at any time.
Voice Features
Use the following features to customize the
voice commands.
Enable Automatic Add
From Automatic Add, select Enabled to
automatically add a contact to your voice dial
list when you create a new contact.
Set Expert Mode
Use Expert Mode to speak a command after
you hear a tone instead of following the initial
voice prompts.
From Expert Mode, select one of the
following:
• Normal sets the phone to default voice
prompts.
• Expert sets the phone to sound tones
instead of voice prompts.
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Set Display Results
Answer Using Voice Answer
You can set the phone to display up to three
voice recognition contacts when calling or
searching for a contact with voice commands.
From Display Results, select Single Best or
Three Best.
When you receive an incoming call, the phone
prompts “Incoming call, answer?” With the
caller recognized as a contact entry in your
phone, the phone prompts “Incoming call from
(Name), answer?” Do one of the following:
• Say “Yes” or press any key except the End
key to answer the call.
• Say “No” or press the End key to ignore
the call.
• Remain silent. The voice alert repeats twice
and the phone rings once before returning
to the home screen.
Set Digit Lengths
You can set the number of digits used for a
phone number in your voice dial list.
From Digit Lengths, select one of the
following options:
• North American recognizes only 7, 10,
and 1 + 10 digits in a phone number.
• Permit All allows 4-14 digits in a phone
number.
Voice Answer
Enable Voice Answer
You can set your phone to answer a call with
your voice when using a hands-free accessory.
1. From Auto-Answer, select Disabled.
2. From Ringer Mode, select Normal
Sounds.
3. From Headset Sounds, select Out of
Headset.
4. From Voice Answer, select With
Accessory.
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Use Voice Training
If your phone has trouble recognizing your
voice, you can train your phone to recognize
your specific voice for numbers.
1. From Voice Training, read the message
and select OK > Train Numbers > OK.
2. Follow the prompts for each number until
training is complete.
Note: You must read the numbers digit by digit
for voice training to work.
Accessories
Set Headset Sounds
With a headset attached to your phone, you can
play the ringer through the headset or phone
speaker.
From Headset Sounds, select Out of Phone
(ringing from the phone speaker) or Out of
Headset (ringing from the headset).
Accessories
Enable Auto-Answer
Network
From Auto-Answer, select After 5 Seconds.
The phone automatically answers after five
seconds with a headset attached.
Enable Privacy Alert
Connect to TTY Device
You can connect the phone to a teletype (TTY)
device for the hearing impaired. (TTY device
sold separately.)
Note: Enable TTY only when using the phone
with a TTY device.
1. Connect the TTY device to your phone.
2. From TTY Device, select OK to clear the
notification.
3. Select one of the following:
– TTY Off disables TTY.
– TTY On enables TTY devices.
– TTY On + Talk enables TTY devices
and voice carry over.
– TTY On + Hear enables TTY devices
and hearing carry over.
Note: You can also enter ##889 with your
keypad and select TTY to enable TTY.
Connect to Hearing Aid Device
With a T-coil hearing aid device (sold
separately) connected, you can enable the
hearing aid feature.
1. Connect the T-coil hearing aid device to
your phone.
2. From T-coil Hearing Aid, select OK >
Enabled.
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From Privacy Alert, select Enabled to set
your phone to alert you when enhanced digital
CDMA privacy is lost or regained.
Enable Voice Privacy
From Voice Privacy, select Enhanced to use
enhanced digital CDMA privacy.
Enable Roaming Service Alert
Use this setting if you want the phone to alert
you when you roam outside of your home
service area.
From Roam/Svc Alert, select one of the
following:
• Disabled turns roaming service alert off.
• When No Svc alerts you with three tones
decreasing in pitch when service is lost and
three tones increasing in pitch when service
is acquired again.
• On Roam Change alerts you with two
decreasing tones when roaming service is
acquired and three increasing tones when
home area service is acquired again.
• On Any Change alerts you with three
increasing tones if there is a change in
roaming service or three decreasing tones if
the phone loses service.
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Set Roaming Restrictions
You can restrict your phone from making a call
when roaming.
From Roam Option, select Automatic (to
allow roaming) or Home Only (to disallow
roaming).
Set Phone Line
Your phone can have two service accounts, or
phone lines, associated with it. Each phone line
has its own phone number.
Note: You must first establish a second phone
line with your service provider. Once
established, a second phone number becomes
available in the menu for selection.
From Set Phone Line, read the note and select
OK and one of the phone lines.
When using one line, you cannot receive calls
from the other. It would be as if the phone were
“off” for that number. Your voicemail,
however, still takes messages. All contacts and
settings are shared for both lines.
Set Location Information
Use Location to share your location
information with network services other than
emergency services (for example, 911, 111,
999 and 000) in serviced areas. This feature
works only when your phone is in digital
mode. You do have the option of turning off
the locator to emergency services.
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From Location, select one of the following:
• 911 Only (default) shares your position
information only with emergency services
when you call your 3-digit emergency
code.
• Location On shares your position
information, in addition to emergency
services.
Enable Roaming Call Alert
You can set the phone to warn you before you
answer or place a call while roaming.
Note: Call prompt is disabled when the phone
is in Emergency Mode.
From Roam Call Alert, select Enabled.
The phone emits a distinctive ring to indicate
when you are roaming during a call. To accept
or place a call while roaming, you must press
1.
Security
This section describes the security features on
your phone. You can adjust these features to
prevent access to your personal information.
All security features are shielded by a
four-digit lock code (typically 0000 or the last
4 digits of your phone number).
Security
Lock Phone
Set Lock Phone
With your phone locked, you can call only
emergency numbers or your service provider’s
customer service number. You can still receive
incoming calls.
1. From Security, enter your four-digit lock
code.
2. Select Lock Phone > OK and one of the
following:
– Lock Now locks the phone
immediately.
– On Power Up locks the phone every
time you turn it on.
– Auto Lock options. Locks your phone
after a time of inactivity. Select one of
the options to choose different times.
Unlock the Phone
1. From the home screen, select Unlock.
2. Enter your four-digit lock code.
Set Limit Calls
You can limit the calls that can be made from
your phone to emergency numbers, your
contacts, and your service provider’s numbers.
1. From Security, enter your four-digit lock
code.
2. Select Limit Calls and one of the
following:
– No Limit does not limit calls.
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– Limit Outgoing limits outgoing calls
while incoming calls still work.
– Limit All limits both incoming and
outgoing calls.
Change Lock Code
Change your lock code from the default.
1. From Security, enter your four-digit lock
code.
2. Select New Lock Code > Yes.
3. Enter a new four-digit code.
4. Re-enter your new lock code.
Reset Phone
From Reset Default, select Yes > Yes reset all
menus and other customizations to the factory
default.
Note: No user data will be removed from the
phone.
Delete User Data
From Master Clear, select Yes > Yes to erase
all personal user data from the phone.
Note: You cannot recover deleted information.
Check Memory Status
From Memory Status, check how much
memory is being used by your phone.
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Phone Info
View Version Information
Select Build Info to check your phone’s
software and hardware information.
View Phone Icons
Select Icon Keys to view the icons used in
your phone.
Access Phone Help
From Phone Help, access the help for your
phone.
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Phone Info
13 Voice Commands
You can execute certain commands through
voice recognition. To control the settings
associated with voice commands, see “Voice
Features” on page 71.
Call a Contact
1. From the home screen, press and hold the
Send key. The phone prompts, “Say a
command”.
2. Say “Contact” and the name of the person
you want to call.
The phone prompts, “Please repeat” or
“Say a name” if it does not recognize the
name. If the name you spoke matches a
contact in the voice dial list, the phone
prompts: “Name, correct?” Say “Yes” to
make the call, “No” to select a similar
name, or “Cancel” to cancel the phone call.
If the phone finds multiple voice tags that
sound like the name you said, the phone
will list the names. You will be asked to
verify which name you want to call. Say
“Yes” when you hear the correct name. Say
“No” when you hear an incorrect name.
3. Press the End key to end the call.
To modify your voice dial list, see “Enable
Voice Dial Tags” on page 34.
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Call a Number
1. From the home screen, press and hold the
Send key. The phone prompts, “Say a
command”.
2. Say “Dial Number” and then speak the
digits of the number you want to call. If you
pause, the phone prompts you, “Did you
say <number>” or “Say a number” if it
does not recognize the name. Say “Yes” to
make the call, “No” to cancel the phone
call.
3. Press the End key to end the call.
Use a Shortcut
1. From the home screen, press and hold the
Send key. The phone prompts, “Say a
command”.
2. Say the name of the menu item you want to
access or say “Shortcuts” to view a list of
menu items. The phone prompts, “Say one
of the shortcuts”.
3. Say the name of the menu item you want to
access.
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Find a Contact
1. From the home screen, press and hold the
Send key. The phone prompts, “Say a
command”.
2. Say “Find Contact”. The phone prompts,
“Say a name”.
The phone prompts, “Please repeat” or “Say a
name” if it does not recognize the name. If the
name you spoke matches a contact in the voice
dial list, the phone prompts: “Name, correct?”
Say “Yes” to display the contact, “No” to select
a similar name, or “Cancel” to cancel the
search.
Note: You can only search for contacts that are
in the voice dial list.
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Find a Contact
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Phone Help
From Phone Info, select Phone Help to access
the help for your phone. You can find a
complete user guide at
www.kyocera-wireless.com/support.
Customer Support
Your service provider’s customer support
department may be accessible directly from
your phone when you dial a number, such as
*611 (check with your service provider). They
can answer questions about your phone, phone
bill, call coverage area, and specific features
available to you, such as call forwarding or
voicemail. For questions about the phone
features, refer to the materials provided with
your phone, or visit
www.kyocera-wireless.com.
For additional questions, you may contact the
Kyocera Communications Inc. Customer Care
Center in any of the following ways:
• Web site: www.kyocera-wireless.com.
• Email: phone-help@kyocera-wireless.com.
• Phone (U. S. and Canada): 1-800-349-4478
or 1-858-882-2000 (press 2 for Product
Information).
User Guide
Before requesting support, please try to
reproduce and isolate the problem. When you
contact the Customer Care Center, be ready to
provide the following information:
• The name of your service provider.
• The actual error message or problem you
are experiencing.
• The steps you took to reproduce the
problem.
• The phone’s mobile equipment identifier
(MEID).
Note: From Phone Info, select Build Info.
Scroll down to MEID (dec). The 18-digit
number is the MEID number. If your phone
uses an electronic service number (ESN), ESN
replaces MEID.
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If the problem with your phone persists, return
the phone with all accessories and packaging to
the dealer for qualified service.
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Kyocera Communications Inc. (“KYOCERA”)
offers you a limited warranty that the enclosed
product or products (the “Product”) will be free
from defects in material and workmanship for
a period that expires one year from the date of
sale of the Product to you, provided that you
are the original end-user purchaser of the
Product and provided that your purchase was
made from an authorized supplier. Transfer or
resale of a Product will automatically terminate
warranty coverage with respect to that Product.
This limited warranty is not transferable to any
third party, including but not limited to any
subsequent purchaser or owner of the Product.
KYOCERA shall, at its sole and absolute
discretion, either repair or replace a Product
(which unit may use refurbished parts of
similar quality and functionality) if found by
KYOCERA to be defective in material or
workmanship, or if KYOCERA determines
that it is unable to repair or replace such
Product, KYOCERA shall refund the purchase
price for such Product, provided that the
subject Product (i) is returned, with
transportation prepaid, to a KYOCERA
authorized service center within the one year
warranty period, and (ii) is accompanied by a
proof of purchase in the form of a bill of sale or
receipted invoice which evidences that the
subject Product is within the one year warranty
period (“Proof of Purchase”). After the one
year warranty period, you must pay all
shipping, parts and labor charges.
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void with respect to the following: (i) any
Product which has been improperly installed,
repaired, maintained or modified; (ii) any
Product which has been subjected to misuse
(including any Product used in conjunction
with hardware electrically or mechanically
incompatible or used with accessories not
approved by KYOCERA), abuse, accident,
physical damage, abnormal operation,
improper handling, neglect, exposure to fire,
water or excessive moisture or dampness or
extreme changes in climate or temperature;
(iii) any Product operated outside published
maximum ratings; (iv) cosmetic damage; (v)
any Product on which warranty stickers or
Product serial numbers have been removed,
altered, or rendered illegible; (vi) cost of
installation, removal or reinstallation; (vii)
signal reception problems (unless caused by
defects in material and workmanship); (viii)
damage the result of fire, flood, acts of God or
other acts which are not the fault of
KYOCERA and which the Product is not
specified to tolerate, including damage caused
by mishandling, shipping and blown fuses; (ix)
consumable (such as fuses); or (x) any Product
which has been opened, repaired, modified or
altered by anyone other than KYOCERA or a
KYOCERA authorized service center.
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CHECK WITH THE MANUFACTURER OF
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RESPECT TO THE PRODUCTS,
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Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion
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For warranty service information, please call
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Index
Symbols
@metro, 48
Numerics
1-touch dialing, 71
A
accessories
headsets, 72
T-coil hearing aid, 73
TTY device, 73
airplane mode, 70
set date and time, 69
alarm clock, 61
snooze duration, 61
snooze reminder, 61
alerts
calls, 54, 66
messages, 44
missed calls, 71
pages, 44
roaming, 66, 73, 74
scheduler, 61
voice privacy, 73
voicemail, 45
applications
buying, 49
deleting, 49
downloading, 48
email, 36
launching, 13, 48
auto-hyphenation, 70
B
backlighting, 69
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banner, 69
battery
charging, 9
drain, 10
installing, 9
recharging, 9
safety guidelines, 10
Bluetooth, 65
activating, 65
adding devices, 65
changing phone name, 66
connecting, 65
connecting devices, 65
deleting devices, 66
OBEX authentication, 66
pairing, 65, 66
renaming devices, 65
visibility, 66
bookmarks, 50
browser
bookmarks, 50
launching, 50
navigating, 50
C
calculator, 62
calendar, see scheduler
call history, see call lists
call lists
all, 24
erasing, 25
incoming, 24
missed, 25
outgoing calls, 24
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saving numbers, 25
sending messages, 25
viewing contacts, 25
call logs, see call lists
call timers
all data, 26
all voice, 26
data, 27
data received, 26
data sent, 26
incoming, 26
last, 26
life data, 27
life voice, 26
outgoing, 26
caller IDs, 54
calls
alerts, 66
answering, 18
any key answer, 71
auto answer, 73
call lists, 24
emergency, 19, 20
ending, 18
limiting, 75
making, 18
missed, 71
redialing, 18
silencing, 19
voice answer, 72
voice commands, 77
camera, 51
brightness, 52
color tone, 52
date stamp, 52
multishot, 52
picture quality, 52
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resolution, 51
self timer, 51
shutter sound, 52
taking pictures, 51
white balance, 52
CDMA privacy, 73
consumer limited warranty, 80, 82
contact groups, 32
contacts, 28
adding, 29
adding prefixes, 31
assigning alerts, 31
assigning pictures, 31
calling, 30
changing primary number, 31
checking memory, 34
editing, 30
erasing, 32
groups, 32
number types, 31
sending messages, 30
sending vCard, 30
viewing, 29
voice search, 78
web addresses, 32
contacts list, 29
conventions, using this guide, 17
countdown timer, 62
customer support, 79
D
data counter, 27
date and time, 69
display, 68
application bar, 68
brightness, 69
language, 69
time and date, 69
downloading
applications, 48
games, 48
drafts folder, 37
E
earpiece, 18
email, 36
emergency calls, 19, 20
emergency services, 74
F
fast find, 71
frequent list, 71
G
games
downloading, 48
groups
adding, 33
adding contacts, 32
assigning alerts, 33
assigning pictures, 33
editing, 33
erasing, 34
sending messages, 33
sending vCard, 33
viewing, 32
groups list, 32
H
headset sounds, 72
headsets
auto answer, 73
voice answer, 72
help, getting, 79
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I
icons, 14
images
erasing, 56
sending, 53
inbox, 41
incoming calls, 24
Internet, 50
K
keyguard
activating, 70
unlocking, 70
keypad
setting sounds, 67
tone length, 67
L
language, 69
location information, 74
lock code, 75
M
media files
adding to shuffle, 55
assigning, 55
details, 55
erasing, 56
locking, 55
modifying, 55
playing, 55
renaming, 54
sending, 55
zoom, 55
media gallery, 53
memopad, 63
calling numbers, 63
creating memos, 63
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editing memos, 63
erasing memos, 63
locking memos, 63
sending memos, 63
viewing memos, 63
memory status, 75
menus
contacts, 28
main, 16
media gallery, 53
messaging, 35
recent calls, 24
setting main view, 68
settings, 64
tools, 57
messages
adding addresses, 37
adding contacts, 37
adding groups, 37
adding media files, 39
adding preset text, 38, 45
adding slides, 38
alerts, 44
appended, 44
attaching contacts, 38
attaching events, 38
attaching notes, 38
attaching pictures, 39
attaching sounds, 39
callback number, 40, 46
calling numbers, 42
checking status, 43, 44
completing drafts, 37
creating, 36
delivery receipts, 39, 46
erasing, 46, 47
forwarding, 41
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incoming calls, 36
list view, 45
locking, 42
playing attachments, 42
previewing, 39
read receipts, 40
recent calls, 37
recent list, 37, 46
replaying, 43
replying, 41, 42
replying to multimedia messages, 47
saving, 42, 46
saving addresses, 37
saving attachments, 42
saving drafts, 37
saving preset text, 38
sending later, 40
setting priority, 39
signature, 45
slide intervals, 40
sorting, 42
unable to send, 44
validity period, 40
viewing information, 43
viewing recipients, 42
viewing sender, 42
viewing slides, 42
web addresses, 42
writing language, 39
missed calls, 25
multimedia, 53
multimedia messages, 36
auto retrieve, 41, 45
CC/BCC fields, 45
prompt, 41
N
navigation shortcuts, 11
notifications
messages, 41
voicemail, 43
number prefixes, 31
number types, 31
O
OBEX authentication, 66
outbox, 44
outgoing calls, 24
P
pages
alerts, 44
phone
answering calls, 18
build information, 76
changing lock code, 75
codes, 29
extensions, 29
icons, 14, 76
locking, 75
making calls, 18
overview, 11
reset, 75
service, 79
switching numbers, 74
turning on, 18
user guide, 76
phone help, 79
picture messages, see multimedia messages
pictures
erasing, 56
frames, 52
sending, 53
slideshow, 56
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taking, 39, 51
viewing, 52
power on sounds, 67
preset text, 38, 45
primary number, 31
Q
quick alarm, 61
R
ringer shuffle
activating, 67
editing, 54, 67
viewing, 67
ringers
assigning, 54
roaming
alerts, 66, 73, 74
restrictions, 74
S
scheduler, 58
alerts, 61
auto erase, 60
copying events, 60
creating events, 58
day view, 59
editing events, 59
erasing events, 60
event priority, 60
event reminders, 60
finding dates, 59
finding events, 59
month view, 59
sending events, 59
silent mode, 61
sorting events, 59
work hours, 60
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security, 74
sent messages folder, 43, 46
settings
accessories, 72
alarm clock, 61
Bluetooth, 66
camera, 51
convenience, 69
display, 68
network, 73
scheduler, 60, 66, 67
security, 74
sounds, 66
voice commands, 71
shortcut key, 71
slideshow, 56
sounds
erasing, 56
power, 67
recording, 39
sending, 54
speakerphone, 18, 19
speed dial list
adding contact, 31
editing, 34
using, 19
stopwatch, 62
support, customer, 79
symbols, 22
T
T-coil hearing aid, 73
teletype device, 73
text entry, 21, 23
letters, 21
modes, 21, 46
numbers, 21
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rapid entry, 22
symbols, 22
text messages, 36, 41
themes, 68
timer, 62
tip calculator, 61
tools, 57
alarm clock, 61
calculator, 62
memopad, 63
scheduler, 58
stopwatch, 62
timer, 62
tip calculator, 61
voice memos, 58
world clock, 62
U
user guide, 76
V
voice commands, 71, 77
display results, 72
expert mode, 71
finding contacts, 78
making calls, 77
shortcuts, 77
voice training, 72
voice dial list
automatic add, 71
digit lengths, 72
editing, 34
voice dialing, 19
voice memos, 58
playing, 54, 58
recording, 58
voicemail
alerts, 45
changing number, 46
checking, 43
configuring, 43
volume
adjusting, 19
earpiece, 67
keypad, 67
ringers, 67
speakerphone, 67
W
wallpaper shuffle
activating, 68
editing, 54, 68
time interval, 68
viewing, 68
wallpapers, 53, 68
warranty, 80, 82
web browser, 50
world clock, 62, 63
User Guide
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Kyocera Communications Inc.
www.kyocera-wireless.com
82-A6252-1EN, Rev. 001
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