Sony W715, 09903504, 00300224 Datasheet

Sony W715, 09903504, 00300224 Datasheet
Thank you for purchasing a Sony Ericsson W715 Walkman™.
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Contents
Getting started......................6
Assembly............................................6
Turning on the phone.........................7
Help....................................................8
Charging the battery..........................8
Phone overview................................10
Menu overview.................................12
Navigation........................................14
Memory............................................15
Phone language...............................16
Entering text.....................................16
Walkman™ .........................18
Stereo portable handsfree...............18
Walkman™ player............................18
PlayNow™........................................22
TrackID™.........................................23
Online music and video clips...........23
Video player.....................................23
Radio................................................23
MusicDJ™........................................24
Record sound...................................24
Transferring and
handling content.................25
Handling content in the phone.........25
Sending content to another
phone...............................................25
Transferring content to and from
a computer.......................................26
Using the USB cable........................26
Phone name.....................................27
Using Bluetooth™ wireless
technology........................................28
Backing up and restoring.................29
Calling..................................31
Making and receiving calls...............31
Contacts...........................................33
Speed dial........................................36
More calling features........................36
Messaging...........................40
Text and picture messages..............40
Voice messages...............................42
Email.................................................42
Instant messaging ...........................43
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Imaging ...............................45
More features......................60
Using the camera.............................45
More camera features......................46
Viewing and tagging photos............46
Using photos....................................47
Working with photos........................48
Blogging...........................................48
Printing photos.................................50
Flight mode......................................60
Update Service.................................60
Alarms..............................................61
Calendar...........................................62
Notes................................................63
Tasks................................................63
Profiles.............................................63
Time and date..................................64
Theme..............................................64
Main menu layout.............................64
Ringtones.........................................64
Screen orientation............................65
Games..............................................65
Applications.....................................65
Locks................................................66
Internet................................50
Bookmarks.......................................50
History pages...................................51
More browser features.....................51
Internet security and certificates......52
Web feeds........................................52
Wi-Fi™.............................................53
DLNA™............................................54
GPS.....................................55
Using GPS........................................55
Google Maps™ for mobile...............55
Driving directions.............................56
More GPS features...........................56
Synchronising.....................58
Troubleshooting..................68
Common questions..........................68
Error messages................................71
Important information.........72
Index....................................84
Synchronising using a computer.....58
Synchronising using an Internet
service..............................................59
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Sony Ericsson W715 Walkman™
UMTS/HSPA band 1/8 GSM/GPRS/EDGE
850/900/1800/1900
This User guide is published by Sony Ericsson
Mobile Communications AB or its local affiliated
company, without any warranty. Improvements and
changes to this User guide necessitated by
typographical errors, inaccuracies of current
information, or improvements to programs and/or
equipment, may be made by Sony Ericsson Mobile
Communications AB at any time and without notice.
Such changes will, however, be incorporated into
new editions of this User guide.
All rights reserved.
©Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, 2008
Publication number: 1221-6668.1
Please note:
Some of the services in this User guide are not
supported by all networks. This also applies to the
GSM International Emergency Number 112.
Please contact your network operator or service
provider if you are in doubt whether you can use a
particular service or not.
Please read the Important information before you
use your mobile phone.
Your mobile phone has the capability to download,
store and forward additional content, e.g. ringtones.
The use of such content may be restricted or
prohibited by rights of third parties, including but not
limited to restriction under applicable copyright
laws. You, and not Sony Ericsson, are entirely
responsible for additional content that you
download to or forward from your mobile phone.
Prior to your use of any additional content, please
verify that your intended use is properly licensed or
is otherwise authorized. Sony Ericsson does not
guarantee the accuracy, integrity or quality of any
additional content or any other third party content.
Under no circumstances will Sony Ericsson be liable
in any way for your improper use of additional
content or other third party content.
Smart-Fit Rendering is a trademark or a registered
trademark of ACCESS Co., Ltd.
Bluetooth is a trademark or a registered trademark
of Bluetooth SIG Inc. and any use of such mark by
Sony Ericsson is under license.
The Liquid Identity logo, SensMe, MusicDJ,
PhotoDJ, TrackID and VideoDJ are trademarks or
registered trademarks of Sony Ericsson Mobile
Communications AB.
TrackID™ is powered by Gracenote Mobile
MusicID™. Gracenote and Gracenote Mobile
MusicID are trademarks or registered trademarks of
Gracenote, Inc.
is a trademark or a registered
WALKMAN
trademark of Sony Corporation.
Wi-Fi is a trademark or a registered trademark of the
Wi-Fi Alliance.
DLNA is a trademark or registered trademark of the
Digital Living Network Alliance.
PLAYSTATION is a trademark or registered
trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc.
Sony, Memory Stick Micro™ and M2™ are
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Microsoft, ActiveSync, Windows, Outlook, Windows
Media and Vista are registered trademarks or
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T9™ Text Input is a trademark or a registered
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Input is licensed under one or more of the following:
U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541, 5,187,480,
5,945,928, and 6,011,554; Canadian Pat. No.
1,331,057, United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B;
Hong Kong Standard Pat. No. HK0940329; Republic
of Singapore Pat. No. 51383; Euro.Pat. No. 0 842
463(96927260.8) DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL, PT, ES, SE,
GB; and additional patents are pending worldwide.
This product is protected by certain intellectual
property rights of Microsoft. Use or distribution of
such technology outside of this product is prohibited
without a license from Microsoft.
Content owners use Windows Media digital rights
management technology (WMDRM) to protect their
intellectual property, including copyrights. This
device uses WMDRM software to access WMDRMprotected content. If the WMDRM software fails to
protect the content, content owners may ask
Microsoft to revoke the software's ability to use
WMDRM to play or copy protected content.
Revocation does not affect unprotected content.
When you download licenses for protected content,
you agree that Microsoft may include a revocation
list with the licenses. Content owners may require
you to upgrade WMDRM to access their content. If
you decline an upgrade, you will not be able to
access content that requires the upgrade.
This product is licensed under the MPEG-4 visual
and AVC patent portfolio licenses for the personal
and non-commercial use of a consumer for (i)
encoding video in compliance with the MPEG-4
visual standard ("MPEG-4 video") or the AVC
standard ("AVC video") and/or (ii) decoding MPEG4 or AVC video that was encoded by a consumer
engaged in a personal and non-commercial activity
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See http://www.mpegla.com. MPEG Layer-3 audio
decoding technology licensed from Fraunhofer IIS
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Note
Tip
Warning
A service or function is network- or
subscription-dependent. Contact
your network operator for details.
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Use a selection or navigation key
to scroll and select. See
Navigation on page 14.
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Getting started
Assembly
Before you start using your phone, you
need to insert a SIM card and the
battery.
3 Slide the SIM card into its holder with
the gold-coloured contacts facing
down.
To insert the battery
To insert the SIM card
1 Unlock the battery cover lock.
2 Remove the battery cover.
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1 Insert the battery with the label side up
and the connectors facing each other.
2 Attach the battery cover and lock it.
Turning on the phone
To turn on the phone
SIM card
The SIM (Subscriber Identity Module)
card, which you get from your network
operator, contains information about
your subscription. Always turn off your
phone and detach the charger before
you insert or remove the SIM card.
You can save contacts on the SIM card
before you remove it from your phone.
See To copy names and numbers to the
SIM card on page 34.
PIN
You may need a PIN (Personal
Identification Number) to activate the
services and functions in your phone.
Your PIN is supplied by your network
operator. Each PIN digit appears as *,
unless it starts with emergency number
digits, for example, 112 or 911. You can
see and call an emergency number
without entering a PIN.
1 Press and hold down .
2 Enter your SIM card PIN, if requested,
and select OK.
3 Select a language.
4 Follow the instructions to use the setup
wizard for basic settings and useful
tips.
If you want to correct a mistake when you
enter your PIN, press
.
If you enter the wrong PIN three times in
a row, the SIM card is blocked. See SIM
card lock on page 66.
Standby
After you have turned on your phone
and entered your PIN, the name of the
network operator appears. This view is
called standby. Your phone is now
ready for use.
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Using other networks
Making and receiving calls, using
messaging, and data transfer, for
example, Internet-based services,
outside your home network (roaming),
may incur additional costs. Contact
your operator for more information.
Help
In addition to this User guide, Feature
guides and more information are
available at
www.sonyericsson.com/support.
To view the phone status
• From standby press the volume key.
Phone, memory and battery
information is shown.
Charging the battery
The phone battery is partly charged
when you buy it.
To charge the battery
Help and information are also available
in your phone.
To view tips and tricks
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Setup wizard.
2 Select Tips and tricks.
To view information about functions
• Scroll to a function and select Info, if
available. In some cases, Info appears
under Options.
To view the phone demonstration
• From standby select Menu >
Entertainment > Demo tour.
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1 Connect the charger to the phone. It
takes approximately 2.5 hours to fully
charge the battery. Press a key to view
the screen.
2 Remove the charger by tilting the plug
upwards.
You can use your phone while it is
charging. You can charge the battery at
any time and for more or less than 2.5
hours. You can interrupt the charging
without damaging the battery.
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Phone overview
1
Ear speaker
2
Screen light sensor
3
Screen
4
Connector for charger, handsfree
and USB cable
5
Selection keys
6
Navigation key
7
Call key
8
Activity menu key
9
Memory card slot (under the cover)
10
Video call camera
11
End key, On/off key
12
C key (Clear)
13
Silent key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
10
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12
13
14
Walkman™ key
15
Video call indicator
16
Main camera
17
Volume, digital zoom keys
18
Flash
19
Camera key
20
Loudspeaker
14
15
16
17
18
19
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Menu overview
PlayNow™*
Camera
Myself
New contact
Location services
Organiser
Tracker
Google Maps*
Navigation*
My favourites
Status info
Log
Settings
Calls**
All
Answered
File manager **
Alarms
Applications
Video call
Calendar
Tasks
Notes
Synchronisation
Timer
Stopwatch
Light
Calculator
Code memo
Entertainment
Dialled
Missed
Internet
Messaging
Write new
Inbox
Messages
Email
IM*
Call voicemail
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Contacts
Online services*
TrackID™
Location services
Games
VideoDJ™
PhotoDJ™
MusicDJ™
Remote control
Record sound
Demo tour
Media
Photo
Music
Video
Games
Web feeds
Settings
WALKMAN
Settings**
General
Profiles
Time & date
Language
Update service
Voice control
New events
Shortcuts
Flight mode
Security
Setup wizard
Accessibility*
Phone status
Master reset
Sounds & alerts
Ring volume
Ringtone
Silent mode
Increasing ring
Vibrating alert
Message alert
Key sound
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Display
Wallpaper
Main menu layout
Theme
Startup screen
Screen saver
Clock size
Brightness
Edit line names*
* Some menus are operator-,
network- and subscriptiondependent.
** You can use the navigation
key to scroll between tabs in
submenus. For more
information, see Navigation
on page 14.
Calls
Speed dial
Smart search
Divert calls
Switch to line 2*
Manage calls
Time & cost*
Show/hide my no.
Handsfree
Open to answer
Close to end call
Connectivity
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth
USB
Phone name
Network sharing
Synchronisation
Device management
Mobile networks
Data communication*
Internet settings
Streaming settings
Message settings*
SIP settings
Accessories
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Navigation
To navigate the phone menus
To return to standby
• Press
.
To navigate your media
1 From standby select Menu > Media.
2 Scroll to a menu item and press the
navigation key right.
3 To go back, press the navigation key
left.
To delete items
• Press
to delete items such as
numbers, letters, pictures and sounds.
Tabs
Tabs may be available. For example,
Settings have tabs.
1 From standby select Menu.
2 Use the navigation key to move
through the menus.
To select actions on the screen
• Press the left, centre or right selection
key.
To view options for an item
• Select Options to, for example, edit.
To end a function
• Press
.
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To scroll between tabs
• Press the navigation key left or right.
Shortcuts
You can use keypad shortcuts to go
directly to functions.
To use navigation key shortcuts
• From standby press , ,
or
go directly to a function.
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To edit a navigation key shortcut
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Shortcuts.
2 Scroll to an option and select Edit.
3 Scroll to a menu option and select
Shortc..
Main menu shortcuts
Menu numbering starts from the top left
icon and moves across and then down
row by row.
To go directly to a main menu item
• From standby select Menu and press
–
,
,
or
.
To open the activity menu
• Press
.
Memory
You can save content on the memory
card, in the phone memory and on the
SIM card. Photos and music are saved
on the memory card, if a memory card
is inserted. If not, or if the memory card
is full, photos and music are saved in
the phone memory. Messages and
contacts are saved in the phone
memory, but you can choose to save
them on the SIM card.
The Main menu layout must be set to
Grid. See To change the main menu
layout on page 64.
Memory card
Activity menu
The activity menu gives you quick
access to:
Your phone supports Memory Stick
Micro™ (M2™) memory card adding
more storage space to your phone. It
can also be used as a portable memory
card with other compatible devices.
• New events – missed calls and new
messages.
• Running apps – applications that are
running in the background.
• My shortcuts – add your favourite
functions to access them quickly.
• Internet – quick access to the
Internet.
You may have to purchase a memory card
separately.
You can move content between the
memory card and the phone memory.
See Handling content in the phone on
page 25.
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To insert a memory card
To remove a memory card
• Remove the battery cover and press
the edge of the memory card to release
and remove it.
Phone language
• Remove the battery cover and insert
the memory card with the goldcoloured contacts facing up.
You can select a language to use in
your phone.
To change the phone language
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Language > Phone
language.
2 Select an option.
Entering text
You can use multitap text input or T9™
Text Input
to enter text. The T9 Text
Input method uses a built-in dictionary.
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To change text input method
• When you enter text, press and hold
.
down
To shift between capitals and lowercase letters
• When you enter text, press
.
To enter numbers
• When you enter text, press and hold
–
.
down
To enter full stops and commas
• When you enter text, press
.
To enter a symbol
1 When you enter text, select Options >
Add symbol.
2 Scroll to a symbol and select Insert.
5 Press
to accept a suggestion.
To enter text using multitap
1 From standby select, for example,
Menu > Messaging > Write new >
Message.
2 If
is displayed, press and hold down
to change to multitap text input.
3 Press
–
repeatedly until the
desired letter appears.
4 When a word is written, press
to
add a space.
To add words to the built-in dictionary
1 When you enter text using T9 Text
Input, select Options > Spell word.
2 Write the word using multitap input and
select Insert.
To enter text using T9™ Text Input
1 From standby select, for example,
Menu > Messaging > Write new >
Message.
2 If
is not displayed, press and hold
down
to change to T9 Text Input.
3 Press each key only once, even if the
letter you want is not the first letter on
the key. For example, to write the word
“Jane”, press
,
,
,
.
Write the whole word before looking at
the suggestions.
4 Use or to view suggestions.
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Walkman™
Walkman™ player
You can listen to music, audio books
and podcasts. Use Sony Ericsson
Media Manager to transfer content to
and from your phone. For more
information, see Transferring content
to and from a computer on page 26.
To play music
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Music.
2 Browse by category using the
navigation key.
3 Scroll to a title and select Play.
Stereo portable handsfree
To stop playing music
• Press the centre selection key.
To fast forward and rewind
• Press and hold down
or .
To move between tracks
• Press
or .
To minimise the player
• Press
.
To return to the player
• Press
.
To use the handsfree
• Connect the portable handsfree. Music
stops when you receive a call and
resumes when the call has ended.
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Shake control
To shuffle tracks
To switch track
• When music is playing, press and hold
down
and move the phone to the
right with a flick of your wrist to go to
the next track. To go to the previous
track, use the same action to the left.
• When music is playing, press and hold
down
and shake your phone.
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To change the volume
3 Select any of the presets, except
Normal.
Playlists
You can create playlists to organise
your music. You can add tracks to
more than one playlist.
Deleting a playlist, or a track from a
playlist, does not delete the track from
the memory, just the reference to the
track in that list.
It may take a few minutes for the phone to
create a playlist.
1 When music is playing, hold the phone
out in front of you facing upwards.
2 Press and hold down
and bend
your arm upwards towards you to
increase the volume. To decrease the
volume, repeat the action in the
opposite direction.
Clear stereo and clear bass
Clear stereo and clear bass are turned
on when you set the equaliser
manually.
To turn on clear stereo and clear bass
using equaliser presets
1 From standby press
.
2 Select Options > Settings > Equaliser.
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To create a playlist
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Music > Playlists.
2 Scroll to New playlist and select Add.
3 Enter a name and select OK.
4 For each track you want to add, scroll
to the track and select Mark.
5 Select Add to add the marked tracks to
the playlist.
To add tracks to a playlist
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Music > Playlists.
2 Select a playlist.
3 Scroll to Add music and select Add.
4 For each track you want to add, scroll
to the track and select Mark.
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5 Select Add to add the marked tracks to
the playlist.
SensMe™
With SensMe™ you can create
playlists in two ways, by mood or from
all the tracks in your phone. By mood,
you first use Sony Ericsson Media
Manager to analyse and transfer tracks
to your phone. Information such as
mood, tempo and chords is then
added. The tracks are displayed as
dots on a map with two axes. In the
All view, all the tracks in your phone are
placed randomly on the map. You can
create a playlist by selecting an area of
tracks.
For information on how to analyse your
music, click
in the top right corner of
the Sony Ericsson Media Manager
window.
To create a playlist by mood
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Music.
2 Scroll to SensMe™ and select Open.
3 Make sure you are in Mood view. If you
are not, select Mood.
4 To preview different tracks, press ,
,
or .
5 To choose an area of tracks, select
Add and press or .
6 To create the playlist and play it in the
Walkman™ player, select Create.
7 Select Options > Save playlist.
8 Enter a name and select OK.
To create a playlist from All view
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Music.
2 Scroll to SensMe™ and select Open.
3 Make sure you are in All view. If you are
not, select All.
4 To preview different tracks, press ,
,
or .
5 To choose an area of tracks, select
Add and press or .
6 To create the playlist and play it in the
Walkman™ player, select Create.
7 Select Options > Save playlist.
8 Enter a name and select OK.
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Audio books
You can listen to audio books you have
transferred to your phone from a
computer using Sony Ericsson Media
Manager.
It may take a few minutes before a
transferred audio book appears in the list
of available audio books.
To access audio books
• From standby select Menu > Media >
Music > Audio books.
You can find audio books in formats
other than M4B and those that do not
have ID3v2 chapter tags in the Tracks
folder.
Buy Now
If you subscribe to a music service
allowing limited, non-permanent use
with your phone, you can mark a track
you are interested in buying later. The
next time you synchronise your music
with Windows Media® Player on a
computer with enabled Internet
access, you should be asked if you
want to buy the track you marked
earlier. If you accept, the track is
downloaded to your computer and
your selected music service account is
charged. This service requires a
subscription and account with a
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downloadable music service, a
computer with Microsoft® Windows
Media® Player 11 or subsequent
compatible version of Windows
Media® Player, and a USB computer
connection.
You cannot see that a track is marked.
You cannot unmark tracks you have
already marked.
To mark a track
• When the track you want to mark is
playing, press and hold down
.
PlayNow™
You can connect to PlayNow™ to
download ringtones, games, music,
themes and wallpapers. You can
preview or listen to content before you
purchase and download it to your
phone. If you cannot use PlayNow™,
see I cannot use Internet-based
services on page 69.
This service is not available in all
countries.
To use PlayNow™
1 From standby select Menu >
PlayNow™.
2 Scroll the PlayNow™ Web site and
follow the instructions to preview and
purchase content.
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TrackID™
3 Select Save.
TrackID™ is a music recognition
service. You can search for title, artist
and album name for a track you hear
playing through a loudspeaker or on
the radio. If you cannot use TrackID™,
see I cannot use Internet-based
services on page 69.
To stream music and video clips
1 From standby select Menu > Internet.
2 Select Options > Go to > Bookmarks.
3 Select a link to stream from.
To search for track information
• When you hear a track through a
loudspeaker, from standby select
Menu > Entertainment > TrackID™ >
Start.
• When the radio is playing select
Options > TrackID™.
For best results, use TrackID™ in a quiet
area.
Online music and video clips
You can view video clips and listen to
music by streaming them to your phone
from the Internet. If you cannot use the
Internet, see I cannot use Internetbased services on page 69.
To select a data account for
streaming
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Streaming
settings > Connect using:.
2 Select the data account to use.
Video player
To play videos
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Video > Videos.
2 Scroll to a title and select Play.
To stop playing videos
• Press the centre selection key.
Radio
Do not use your phone as a radio in places
where this is prohibited.
To turn on the radio
1 Connect a handsfree to the phone.
2 From standby select Menu > Radio.
To search for channels automatically
• Select Search.
To search for channels manually
• Press
or .
To change the volume
• Press the volume key up or down.
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To minimise the radio
• Select Options > Minimise.
To return to the radio
• From standby select Menu > Radio.
Saving channels
You can save up to 20 preset channels.
To save channels
1 When you have found a radio channel,
select Options > Save.
2 Scroll to a position and select Insert.
To select saved channels
1 Select Options > Channels.
2 Select a radio channel.
To switch between saved channels
• Press or .
MusicDJ™
You can compose and edit your own
melodies to use as ringtones. Prearranged sounds with different
characteristics are available.
4 Select Options > Save melody.
Record sound
You can record a voice memo or a call.
Recorded sounds can also be set as
ringtones.
In some countries or states it is required
by law that you inform the other person
before recording the call.
To record a sound
• From standby select Menu >
Entertainment > Record sound >
Record.
To record a call
1 During an ongoing call, select Options
> Record.
2 Select Save to save the recording.
To listen to a recording
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > File manager.
2 Scroll to Music and select Open.
3 Scroll to a recording and select Play.
To compose a melody
1 From standby select Menu >
Entertainment > MusicDJ™.
2 Select to Insert, Copy or Paste sounds.
3 Use , , or to scroll between
the sounds.
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handling content
1
You can transfer and handle content
such as pictures and music.
2
You are not allowed to exchange some
copyright-protected material. identifies
a protected item.
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4
5
Handling content in the phone
To view information about content
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > File manager.
2 Find an item and select Options >
Information.
You can use File manager to handle
content saved in the phone memory or
on a memory card. Tabs and icons in
File manager show where the content
is saved. If the memory is full, delete
some content to create space.
To view memory status
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > File manager.
2 Select Options > Memory status.
3 Select Memory card or Phone.
1
2
3
4
To move items between the phone
memory and the memory card
From standby select Menu >
Organiser > File manager.
Find an item and select Options >
Manage file > Move.
Select Memory card or Phone.
Scroll to a folder and select Open.
Select Paste.
To select more than one item in a
folder
From standby select Menu >
Organiser > File manager.
Scroll to a folder and select Open.
Select Options > Mark > Mark
several.
For each item you want to mark, scroll
to the item and select Mark.
Sending content to another
phone
You can send content, for example, in
messages or using Bluetooth™
wireless technology.
To send content
1 Scroll to an item and select Options >
Send.
2 Select a transfer method.
Make sure the receiving device supports
the transfer method you select.
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Transferring content to and
from a computer
You can use Sony Ericsson Media
Manager to transfer content between
your phone and a computer.
Sony Ericsson Media Manager software is
included on the CD that comes with your
phone and available for download at
www.sonyericsson.com/support.
When you move or copy content from
a computer to your phone
unrecognised content is saved in the
Other folder in File manager.
Required operating systems
You need one of these operating
systems to use the software included
on the CD:
• Microsoft® Windows Vista™ (32 bit
and 64 bit versions of: Ultimate,
Enterprise, Business, Home
Premium, Home Basic)
• Microsoft® Windows XP (Pro or
Home), Service Pack 2 or higher
To install Sony Ericsson Media
Manager
1 Turn on your computer and insert the
CD. The CD starts automatically and
the installation window opens.
2 Select a language and click OK.
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3 Click Install Sony Ericsson Media
Manager and follow the instructions.
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2
3
4
5
6
To transfer content using Sony
Ericsson Media Manager
Connect the phone to a computer with
a USB cable supported by your phone.
Computer: Start/Programs/
Sony Ericsson/Sony Ericsson Media
Manager.
Phone: Select Media transfer.
Computer: Select Portable device and
click OK.
Wait until the phone appears in
Sony Ericsson Media Manager.
Move files between your phone and the
computer in Sony Ericsson Media
Manager.
Do not remove the USB cable from your
phone or computer during transfer, as this
may corrupt the memory card or the
phone memory.
For details on transferring music, click
in the top right corner of the
Sony Ericsson Media Manager window.
Using the USB cable
You can connect your phone to a
computer with the USB cable to
synchronise, transfer and back up
phone content and use your phone as
a modem. For more information, go to
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www.sonyericsson.com/support to
read Feature guides.
Before using the USB cable
See Required operating systems on
page 26.
Only use a USB cable supported by your
phone. Do not remove the USB cable
from your phone or computer during
transfer as this may corrupt the memory
card or the phone memory.
To disconnect the USB cable safely
1 Computer: Close any software that you
are using with your phone.
2 Disconnect the USB cable.
Drag and drop content
You can drag and drop content
between your phone, a memory card
and a computer in Microsoft Windows
Explorer.
To drag and drop content
1 Connect your phone to a computer
using the USB cable.
2 Phone: Select Media transfer. The
phone will remain activated during file
transfer.
3 Computer: Wait until the phone
memory and memory card appear as
external disks in Windows Explorer.
4 Drag and drop selected files between
the phone and the computer.
Phone name
You can enter a name for your phone
that is shown to other devices when
using, for example, Bluetooth™
wireless technology.
To enter a phone name
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Phone name.
2 Enter the phone name and select OK.
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Using Bluetooth™ wireless
technology
The Bluetooth™ function is free of
charge and makes wireless connection
to other Bluetooth devices possible.
You can, for example:
• Connect to handsfree devices.
• Connect to several devices at the
same time.
• Connect to computers and access
the Internet.
• Exchange items.
• Play multiplayer games.
A range within 10 metres (33 feet), with no
solid objects in between, is
recommended for Bluetooth
communication.
Before using Bluetooth wireless
technology
You must turn on the Bluetooth
function to communicate with other
devices. You may also have to pair your
phone with other Bluetooth devices.
To turn on the Bluetooth function
• From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Bluetooth >
Turn on.
Make sure that the device you want to pair
your phone with has the Bluetooth
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function activated and Bluetooth visibility
turned on.
To pair the phone with a device
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Bluetooth >
My devices.
2 Scroll to New device and select Add to
search for available devices.
3 Select a device.
4 Enter a passcode, if required.
To allow connection to the phone
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Bluetooth >
My devices.
2 Select a device from the list.
3 Select Options > Allow connection.
4 Select Always ask or Always allow.
This is only possible with devices that
require access to a secure service.
To pair the phone with a Bluetooth
handsfree for the first time
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Bluetooth >
Handsfree.
2 Scroll to a device and select Yes.
3 Enter a passcode, if required.
Power saving
You can save battery power with the
Power save function. In Power save
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Suite. You can backup and restore
content such as music, pictures and
video clips using the Sony Ericsson
Media Manager
mode you can only connect with a
single Bluetooth device. If you want to
connect with more than one Bluetooth
device at the same time you must turn
this function off.
Before backing up and restoring, you
need to install the Sony Ericsson PC
Suite and the Sony Ericsson Media
Manager.
To turn on powersave
• From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Bluetooth >
Power save > On.
You can backup and restore contacts
within your phone using a Memory
Stick Micro™ (M2™) memory card.
You can move content between the
memory card and the phone memory.
See Handling content in the phone on
page 25.
Transferring sound to and from a
Bluetooth handsfree
You can transfer the sound to and from
a Bluetooth handsfree using a phone
key or the handsfree key.
To transfer sound
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Bluetooth >
Handsfree > Incoming call.
2 Select an option. In phone transfers
sound to the phone. In handsfree
transfers sound to the handsfree.
To transfer sound during a call
1 During a call, select Sound.
2 Select from the list.
Backing up and restoring
You can backup and restore contacts,
the calendar, tasks, notes and
bookmarks using the Sony Ericsson PC
Back up your phone content regularly to
make sure you do not lose it.
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2
3
4
To make a backup using the
Sony Ericsson PC Suite
Computer: Start the Sony Ericsson PC
Suite from Start/Programs/
Sony Ericsson/Sony Ericsson PC
Suite.
Follow the instructions in the
Sony Ericsson PC Suite for how to
connect.
Phone: Select Phone mode.
Computer: Go to the backup and
restore section in the Sony Ericsson PC
Suite and make a backup.
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To restore phone content using the
Sony Ericsson PC Suite
You can also connect your phone to a
computer using Bluetooth.
The Sony Ericsson PC Suite will overwrite
all the phone content during the restore
process. You may damage your phone if
you interrupt the process.
To restore phone content using the
Sony Ericsson Media Manager
1 Computer: Start the Sony Ericsson PC
Suite from Start/Programs/
Sony Ericsson/Sony Ericsson PC
Suite.
2 Follow the instructions in the
Sony Ericsson PC Suite for how to
connect.
3 Phone: Select Phone mode.
4 Computer: Go to the backup and
restore section in the Sony Ericsson PC
Suite and restore your phone.
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2
3
4
5
To make a backup using the Sony
Ericsson Media Manager
Connect your phone to the computer
using a USB cable.
Phone: Select Media transfer mode.
Computer: Start Sony Ericsson Media
Manager from Start/Programs/
Sony Ericsson/Sony Ericsson Media
Manager.
Go to the backup section in the
Sony Ericsson Media Manager.
Select the files you want to back up and
make a backup.
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The Sony Ericsson Media Manager will
compare your phone content with your
computer backup and then restore files
missing in your phone. You may damage
your phone if you interrupt the process.
1 Connect your phone to the computer.
2 Phone: Select Media transfer mode.
3 Computer: Start Sony Ericsson Media
Manager from Start/Programs/
Sony Ericsson/Sony Ericsson Media
Manager.
4 Go to the backup section in the
Sony Ericsson Media Manager.
5 Select the files you want to restore and
restore them.
For more information on backing up and
restoring in Sony Ericsson Media
Manager see the Sony Ericsson Media
Manager Feature guide at
www.sonyericsson.com/support.
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Making and receiving calls
You need to turn on your phone and be
within range of a network.
To make a call
1 From standby enter a phone number
(with international country code and
area code, if applicable).
2 Press
.
You can call numbers from your contacts
and call list. See Contacts on page 33,
and Call list on page 33. You can also
use your voice to make calls. See Voice
control on page 37.
To end a call
• Press
.
To make international calls
1 From standby press and hold down
until a “+” sign appears.
2 Enter the country code, area code
(without the first zero) and phone
number.
3 Press
.
To re-dial a number
• When Retry? appears select Yes.
Do not hold your phone to your ear when
waiting. When the call connects, your
phone gives a loud signal.
To answer a call
• Press
.
To reject a call
• Press
.
To change the ear speaker volume
during a call
• Press the volume key up or down.
To mute the microphone during a call
1 Press and hold down
.
2 Press and hold down
again to
resume.
To turn on the loudspeaker during a
call
• Press SpkrOn.
Do not hold your phone to your ear when
using the loudspeaker. This could
damage your hearing.
To view missed calls from standby
• Press
to open the call list.
Networks
Your phone switches automatically
between GSM and 3G (UMTS)
networks depending on availability.
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Some network operators allow you to
switch networks manually.
To switch networks manually
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Mobile
networks > GSM/3G networks.
2 Select an option.
Emergency calls
Your phone supports international
emergency numbers, for example, 112
or 911. You can normally use these
numbers to make emergency calls in
any country, with or without the SIM
card inserted, if you are within range of
a network.
In some countries, other emergency
numbers may also be promoted. Your
network operator may therefore have
saved additional local emergency
numbers on the SIM card.
To make an emergency call
• From standby enter 112 (the
international emergency number) and
press
.
To view your local emergency
numbers
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
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2 Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Special numbers >
Emergency nos..
Video call
You can share experiences with friends
and family as they happen or save them
to share later. You see the person you
are talking to on your screen. The other
person sees you or what is on your
camera.
Before making video calls
3G (UMTS) service is available when
appears. To make a video call, both
parties on the call must have a 3G
(UMTS) phone subscription that
supports 3G (UMTS) service and 3G
(UMTS) coverage.
To make a video call
1 From standby enter a phone number
(with international country code and
area code, if applicable).
2 Select Options > Make video call.
To use the zoom with an outgoing
video call
• Press or .
To view video call options
• During the call, select Options.
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Call list
You can view information about recent
calls.
To call a number from the call list
1 From standby press
and scroll to
a tab.
2 Scroll to a name or a number and press
.
Contacts
You can save names, phone numbers
and personal information in Contacts.
Information can be saved in the phone
memory or on the SIM card.
You can synchronise your contacts using
the Sony Ericsson PC Suite.
Default contacts
You can choose which contact
information is shown as default. If
Phone contacts is selected as default,
your contacts show all the information
saved in Contacts. If you select SIM
contacts as default, your contacts
show names and numbers saved on
the SIM card.
To select default contacts
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Advanced > Default
contacts.
3 Select an option.
Phone contacts
Phone contacts can contain names,
phone numbers and personal
information. They are saved in the
phone memory.
To add a phone contact
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select Add.
3 Enter the name and select OK.
4 Scroll to New number: and select
Add.
5 Enter the number and select OK.
6 Select a number option.
7 Scroll between the tabs and add
information to the fields.
8 Select Save.
Calling contacts
To call a contact
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to a contact and press
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To go directly to the contacts list
• From standby press and hold down
–
.
To call with Smart search
1 From standby press
–
to
enter a sequence of (at least two) digits.
All entries which match the sequence
of digits or corresponding letters are
shown in a list.
2 Scroll to a contact or a phone number
and press
.
To turn on or off Smart search
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Calls tab > Smart search.
2 Select an option.
Editing contacts
1
2
3
4
5
To add information to a phone
contact
From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
Scroll to a contact and select Options
> Edit contact.
Scroll between the tabs and select
Add or Edit.
Select an option and an item to add or
edit.
Select Save.
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If your subscription supports Calling Line
Identification (CLI) service, you can
assign personal ringtones and pictures to
contacts.
To copy names and numbers to
phone contacts
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Advanced > Copy from
SIM.
3 Select an option.
To copy names and numbers to the
SIM card
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Advanced > Copy to SIM.
3 Select an option.
When you copy all contacts from your
phone to the SIM card, all existing SIM
card information is replaced.
To automatically save names and
phone numbers on the SIM card
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Advanced > Auto save on
SIM.
3 Select an option.
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To save contacts on a memory card
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Advanced > Back up to m.
card.
SIM contacts
SIM contacts can contain names and
numbers only. They are saved on the
SIM card.
To add a SIM contact
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select Add.
3 Enter the name and select OK.
4 Enter the number and select OK.
5 Select a number option and add more
information, if available.
6 Select Save.
Deleting contacts
To delete all contacts
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Advanced > Delete all
contacts.
3 Select an option.
Contact memory status
The number of contacts you can save
in your phone or on the SIM card
depends on available memory.
To view contact memory status
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Advanced > Memory
status.
Myself
You can enter information about
yourself and, for example, send your
business card.
To enter Myself information
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to Myself and select Open.
3 Scroll to an option and edit the
information.
4 Select Save.
To add your own business card
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to Myself and select Open.
3 Scroll to My contact info and select
Add > Create new.
4 Scroll between the tabs and add
information to the fields.
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5 Enter the information and select Save.
Groups
You can create a group of phone
numbers and email addresses from
Phone contacts to send messages to.
See Messaging on page 40. You can
also use groups (with phone numbers)
when you create accepted callers lists.
See Accept calls on page 39.
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2
3
4
5
6
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To create a group of numbers and
email addresses
From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Groups.
Scroll to New group and select Add.
Enter a name for the group and select
Continue.
Scroll to New and select Add.
For each contact phone number or
email address you want to mark, scroll
to it and select Mark.
Select Continue > Done.
Speed dial
Speed dialling lets you select nine
contacts that you can dial quickly. The
contacts can be saved in positions 1-9.
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2
3
4
To add contacts to speed dial
numbers
From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Speed dial.
Scroll to a position number and select
Add.
Select a contact.
To speed dial
• From standby enter the position
.
number and press
More calling features
Voicemail
If your subscription includes an
answering service, callers can leave a
voicemail message when you cannot
answer a call.
To enter your voicemail number
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Messages > Settings >
the Message settings tab > Voicemail
number.
2 Enter the number and select OK.
To call your voicemail service
• From standby press and hold down
.
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Voice control
By creating voice commands you can:
• Voice dial – call someone by saying
their name
• Answer and reject calls when you
use a handsfree
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2
3
4
5
To record a voice command using
voice dialling
From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Voice control >
Voice dialling > Activate.
Select Yes > New voice command and
select a contact. If the contact has
more than one number, select the
number to add the voice command to.
Record a voice command such as
“John mobile.”
Follow the instructions that appear.
Wait for the tone and say the command
to record. The voice command is
played back to you.
If the recording sounds OK, select
Yes. If not, select No and repeat steps
3 and 4.
Voice commands are saved in the phone
memory only. They cannot be used in
another phone.
To voice dial
1 From standby press and hold down a
volume key.
2 Wait for the tone and say a recorded
name, for example “John mobile.” The
phone plays the name back to you and
connects the call.
Diverting calls
You can divert calls, for example, to an
answering service.
When Restrict calls is used, some divert
call options are not available. See
Restricted dialling on page 39.
To divert calls
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Calls tab > Divert calls.
2 Select a call type and a divert option.
3 Select Activate.
4 Enter the number to divert calls to and
select OK.
More than one call
You can handle more than one call at a
time. For example, you can put an
ongoing call on hold, while you make or
answer a second call. You can also
switch between the two calls. You
cannot answer a third call without
ending one of the first two calls.
Call waiting
You will hear a beep if you receive a
second call while call waiting is active.
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To activate call waiting
• From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Calls tab > Manage calls > Call
waiting > Activate.
To make a second call
1 During the call, press
. This puts
the ongoing call on hold.
2 Select Options > Add call.
3 Enter the number to call and press
.
To answer a second call
• During the call, press
. This puts
the ongoing call on hold.
To reject a second call
• During the call, press
and
continue with the ongoing call.
To end an ongoing call and answer a
second call
• During the call, select Replace active
call.
Handling two voice calls
You can have calls ongoing and on
hold at the same time.
To switch between two calls
• During the call, press
.
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To join two calls
• During the call, select Options > Join
calls.
To connect two calls
• During the call, select Options >
Transfer call. You are disconnected
from both calls.
To end an ongoing call and return to
the call on hold
• First press
and then
.
Conference calls
With a conference call, you can have a
joint conversation with up to five
people.
To add a new participant
1 During the call, press
. This puts
the joined calls on hold.
2 Select Options > Add call.
3 Enter the number to call and press
.
4 Select Options > Join calls to add the
new participant.
5 Repeat this task to add more
participants.
To release a participant
1 Select Options > Release party.
2 Select the participant to release.
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To have a private conversation
1 During the call, select Options > Talk
to and select the participant to talk to.
2 To resume the conference call, select
Options > Join calls.
My numbers
You can view, add and edit your own
phone numbers.
To check your phone numbers
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to New contact and select
Options > Special numbers > My
numbers.
3 Select an option.
Accept calls
You can choose to receive calls from
certain phone numbers only.
To add numbers to the accepted
callers list
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Calls tab > Manage calls >
Accept calls > Only from list.
2 Scroll to New and select Add.
3 Select a contact or Groups.
See Groups on page 36.
To accept all calls
• From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Calls tab > Manage calls >
Accept calls > All callers.
Restricted dialling
You can restrict outgoing and incoming
calls. A password from your service
provider is required.
If you divert incoming calls, you cannot
use some restrict calls options.
Restrict calls options
Standard options are:
• All outgoing – all outgoing calls
• Outgoing intl – all outgoing
international calls
• Outgoing intl roam. – all outgoing
international calls except to your
home country
• All incoming – all incoming calls
• Inc. when roaming – all incoming
calls when you are abroad
To restrict calls
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Calls tab > Manage calls >
Restrict calls.
2 Select an option.
3 Select Activate.
4 Enter your password and select OK.
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Call time and cost
During a call, the phone shows how
long you have been talking. You can
also check on the duration of your last
call, your outgoing calls and the total
time of all your calls.
To check the call time
• From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Calls tab > Time & cost > Call
timers.
Showing or hiding your phone number
You can decide to show or hide your
phone number when you make a call.
To hide your phone number
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Calls tab > Show/hide my no..
2 Select Hide number.
Messaging
Text and picture messages
Messages can contain text, pictures,
sound effects, animations, and
melodies. You can also create and use
templates for your messages.
When sending messages, the phone
automatically selects the most suitable
method (as a text or picture message)
for sending the message.
If you cannot use picture messages,
see I cannot use Internet-based
services on page 69.
Sending messages
You can send messages from your
phone.
To create and send a message
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Write new > Message.
2 Enter text. To add items to the
message, press , scroll
and select
an item.
3 Select Continue > Contacts look-up.
4 Select a recipient and select Send.
If you send a message to a group, you will
be charged for each member. See
Groups on page 36.
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To copy and paste text in a message
1 When you write the message, select
Options > Copy & paste.
2 Select Copy all or Mark & copy. Scroll
to and mark text in the message.
3 Select Options > Copy & paste >
Paste.
Receiving and saving messages
You are notified when you receive a
message. Messages are automatically
saved in the phone memory. When the
phone memory is full, you can delete
messages or save them on a memory
card or on the SIM card.
To save an incoming message on a
memory card
• From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Messages > Settings >
Save to > Memory card.
To save a message on the SIM card
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Messages and select a
folder.
2 Scroll to a message and select
Options > Save message.
To view a message from the inbox
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Inbox.
2 Scroll to the message and select View.
To call a number in a message
• When you view the message, scroll to
the phone number and press
.
Templates
If you often use the same phrases and
pictures in a message, you can save
the message as a template.
To add a message template
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Messages > Templates
> New template > Add.
2 Enter text. To add items to the
message, press , scroll
and select
an item.
3 Select Save.
4 Enter a title and select OK.
To save a message as a template
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Inbox.
2 Scroll to the message and select View
> Options > Save as template.
Message options
You can set some options, such as the
Message alert and default storage
location, to apply to all messages. You
can set other options, such as the
Delivery priority and Delivery time, for
each message you send.
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To set options for all messages
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Messages > Settings.
2 Scroll to an option and choose Select.
To set options for a specific message
1 When the message is ready and a
recipient is selected, select Options >
Advanced.
2 Scroll to an option and select Edit.
Voice messages
You can send and receive a sound
recording as a voice message.
The sender and recipient must have a
subscription supporting picture
messaging.
To record and send a voice message
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Write new > Voice
message.
2 Record the message and select Stop >
Send > Contacts look-up.
3 Select a recipient and select Send.
Email
You can use standard email functions
and your computer email address in
your phone.
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You can synchronise your email using
Microsoft® Exchange ActiveSync®.
Before using email
You can use the setup wizard to check
if settings are available for your email
account or you can enter them
manually. You can also receive settings
at www.sonyericsson.com/support.
To create an email account
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Email > Accounts.
2 Scroll to New account and select Add.
If you enter settings manually, you can
contact your email provider for more
information. An email provider could be
the company that supplied your email
address.
To write and send an email message
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Email > Write new.
2 Select Add > Enter email address.
Enter the email address and select OK.
3 To add more recipients, scroll to To:
and select Edit.
4 Scroll to an option and select Add >
Enter email address. Enter the email
address and select OK. When you are
ready, select Done.
5 Select Edit and enter a subject. Select
OK.
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6 Select Edit and enter the text. Select
OK.
7 Select Add and choose a file to attach.
8 Select Continue > Send.
To receive and read an email
message
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Email > Inbox >
Options > Check new email.
2 Scroll to the message and select View.
To save an email message
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Email > Inbox.
2 Scroll to the message and select View
> Options > Save message.
To reply to an email message
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Email > Inbox.
2 Scroll to the message and select
Options > Reply.
3 Write the reply and select OK.
4 Select Continue > Send.
To view an attachment in an email
message
• When you view the message, select
Options > Attachments > Use > View.
Active email account
If you have several email accounts, you
can change which one is active.
To change the active email account
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Email > Accounts.
2 Select an account.
Push email
You can receive notification in your
phone from your email server that you
have new email messages.
To turn on push email notification
• From standby select Menu >
Messaging > Email > Settings > Push
email.
When using push email, the phone stays
connected to the email server and
normal traffic rates apply. Contact your
network operator for details.
Instant messaging
You can connect and log in to the
Instant messaging server to
communicate online with chat
messages. If you cannot use Instant
messaging, see I cannot use Internetbased services on page 69.
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Before using Instant messaging
If no settings exist in your phone, you
need to enter server settings. Your
service provider can provide standard
settings information such as:
•
•
•
•
Username
Password
Server address
Internet profile
To enter Instant messaging server
settings
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > IM > Configure.
2 Scroll to a setting and select Add.
To log in to the Instant messaging
server
• From standby select Menu >
Messaging > IM > Log in.
To log out of the Instant messaging
server
• Select Options > Log out.
To add a chat contact
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > IM > the Contacts tab.
2 Select Options > Add contact.
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To send a chat message
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > IM > the Contacts tab.
2 Scroll to a contact and select Chat.
3 Write the message and select Send.
Status
You can show your status, for example,
Happy or Busy, to your contacts only.
You can also show your status to all
users on the Instant messaging server.
To view my status
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > IM.
2 You are the first contact listed.
To update your status
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > IM > the Contacts tab.
2 Scroll to your name and select
Change.
3 Edit the information and select Save.
Chat group
A chat group can be started by your
service provider, by an individual
Instant messaging user or by yourself.
You can save chat groups by saving a
chat invitation or by searching for a
specific chat group.
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To create a chat group
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > IM > the Chat groups
tab.
2 Select Options > Add chat group >
New chat group.
3 Select who to invite from your contacts
list and select Continue.
4 Enter a short invitation text and select
Continue > Send.
You can take photos and record video
clips to view, save or send. You find
saved photos and video clips in
Media and in File manager.
Using the camera
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To add a chat group
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > IM > the Chat groups tab
> Options > Add chat group.
2 Select an option.
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Conversation history is saved between
log out and when you log in again to let
you return to chat messages from
previous conversations.
To save a conversation
1 From standby select Menu >
Messaging > IM > the Conversations
tab.
2 Enter a conversation.
3 Select Options > Advanced > Save
conversation.
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Take photos/Record video
2
Zoom in or out
To activate the camera
• From standby press
.
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To take a photo
1 Activate the camera and press the
navigation key to scroll to .
2 Press
to take a photo. The photo
is automatically saved.
To record a video clip
1 Activate the camera and press the
.
navigation key to scroll to
2 Press
fully down to start
recording.
3 To stop recording, press
fully
down. The video clip is automatically
saved.
To use zoom
• Press the volume key.
When taking a photo, zoom is available
only in VGA mode.
To adjust brightness
• Press the navigation key. The amount
.
of brightness is shown beside the
To view photos
1 Activate the camera and press the
navigation key to scroll to .
2 Scroll through the photos.
To view video clips
1 Activate the camera and press the
navigation key to scroll to .
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2 Scroll to a video clip and press the
centre selection key.
More camera features
To change settings
• Activate the camera and select
.
To view information about settings
• Scroll to a setting and select .
To improve a photo with Photo fix
1 Activate the camera and press the
navigation key to scroll to .
2 Make sure Review is set to On. Select
> Settings and scroll to Review >
On.
3 Take a photo.
4 During review, select Options > Photo
fix.
Viewing and tagging photos
To view photos in a slide show
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Camera album.
2 Select a month.
3 Scroll to a photo and select View.
4 Select Options > Slide show.
5 Select a mood.
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Viewing photos on a map
When appears on the screen, your
geographical position is saved with the
photos you take. This is called geo
tagging, and it shows the approximate
location of where a photo was taken.
To view photos on a map
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Camera album.
2 Select a month.
3 Scroll to a photo and select View.
4 Select Options > View on map.
To change the geo tagging setting
1 Activate the camera and press the
navigation key to scroll to .
2 Select
> Settings > Add position.
3 Select an option.
Photo tags
You can tag photos to categorise them
in Photo tags. For example, you can
create a tag called vacation and add it
to all your vacation photos.
To create a new photo tag
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Camera album.
2 Select a month.
3 Scroll to a photo and select View.
4 Press and select Options > New
tag.
5 Enter a name and select OK.
6 Select an icon.
7 To tag the photo, select Options > Tag
this photo.
To tag photos
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Camera album.
2 Select a month.
3 Scroll to a photo and select View.
4 Press and scroll to a tag.
5 Select Options > Tag this photo.
6 For each photo you want to tag, scroll
to the photo and select Options > Tag
this photo.
Using photos
You can add a photo to a contact, use
it during phone startup, as a wallpaper
in standby or as a screen saver.
To use photos
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Camera album.
2 Select a month.
3 Scroll to a photo and select View.
4 Select Options > Use as.
5 Select an option.
To set a Java™ application as a
wallpaper
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Display tab.
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2 Select Wallpaper > Application.
3 Select a Java application.
You can only see the Java applications
that have support for wallpaper.
Working with photos
You can view, enhance and organise
your photos and video clips on your
computer by installing the Adobe™
Photoshop™ Album Starter Edition. It
is included on the CD that comes with
your phone and available for download
at www.sonyericsson.com/support.
Use Sony Ericsson Media Manager to
transfer content to and from your
phone. For more information, see
Transferring content to and from a
computer on page 26.
PhotoDJ™ and VideoDJ™
You can edit photos and video clips.
To edit and save a photo
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Camera album.
2 Select a month.
3 Scroll to a photo and select View.
4 Select Options > Edit in PhotoDJ™.
5 Edit the photo.
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To edit and save a video clip
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > File manager > Videos.
2 Scroll to a video clip and select
Options > Edit in VideoDJ™.
3 Edit the video clip.
4 Select Options > Save.
To trim a video clip
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > File manager > Videos.
2 Scroll to a video clip and select
Options > Edit in VideoDJ™ > Edit >
Trim.
3 Select OK > Set > Start to set the
starting point.
4 Select Set > End to set the ending
point.
5 Select Trim > Options > Save.
Blogging
A blog is a personal Web page. If your
subscription supports this service, you
can send photos or video clips to a
blog. If you cannot use blogging, see I
cannot use Internet-based services on
page 69.
Web services may require a separate
license agreement between you and the
service provider. Additional regulations
and charges may apply. Contact your
service provider.
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To send photos to an existing blog
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Camera album.
2 Select a month.
3 Scroll to a photo and select View.
4 Select Options > Send > To Web site
> New Web site > Add.
5 Enter the blog address and select OK.
6 Enter the address and title.
7 Select Save and select the blog.
8 Enter the text.
9 Select Continue > Send.
To send photos to Blogger
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Camera album.
2 Select a month.
3 Scroll to a photo and select View.
4 Select Options > Send > To Web site.
5 Select Blogger.
6 Enter a title and text and select OK >
Publish.
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2
3
4
5
6
To send photos or videos you have
just taken to a blog
When you have taken a photo, select
Send > To Web site.
Select New Web site > Add.
Enter the email address account used
for sending to your blog.
Enter the Web address and title.
Select Save and select the blog.
Enter the text.
7 Select Continue > Send.
To send video clips to an existing blog
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Video > Videos.
2 Select Options > Send > To Web site.
3 Select New Web site > Add.
4 Enter the email address account used
for sending to your blog.
5 Enter the Web address and title.
6 Select Save and select the blog.
7 Enter the text.
8 Select Continue > Send.
9 Enter the text.
To send video clips to Blogger
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Video > Videos.
2 Scroll to a video clip.
3 Select Options > Send > To Web site.
4 Select Blogger.
5 Enter a title and text and select OK >
Publish.
To go to a blog address from contacts
1 From standby select Menu >
Contacts.
2 Scroll to a contact and select Open.
3 Scroll to a Web address and select Go
to.
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Printing photos
You can print photos using the USB
cable connected to a compatible
printer.
You can also print using a Bluetooth
compatible printer that supports the
Object Push Profile.
To print photos using a USB cable
1 Connect a USB cable to the phone.
2 Connect the USB cable to the printer.
3 Wait for feedback in the phone and
select OK.
4 Enter printer settings (if required) and
select Print.
5 From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Camera album.
6 Select a month.
7 Scroll to a photo and select Options >
Print.
You should disconnect and re-connect
the USB cable if there is a printer error.
Internet
If you cannot use the Internet, see I
cannot use Internet-based services on
page 69.
To start browsing
1 From standby select Search.
2 Enter a Web address, a search phrase
or the name of a bookmark.
3 Scroll to an item in the list and select
Go to or Search.
To exit the browser
• When you browse the Internet, select
Options > Exit browser.
Bookmarks
You can create and edit bookmarks as
quick links to your favourite Web
pages.
To create a bookmark
1 When you browse the Internet, select
Options > Tools > Add bookmark.
2 Enter a title and an address. Select
Save.
To select a bookmark
1 From standby select Menu > Internet.
2 Select Options > Go to > Bookmarks.
3 Scroll to a bookmark and select Go to.
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History pages
2 Select a picture.
You can view Web pages you have
browsed.
To find text on a Web page
1 When you browse the Internet, select
Options > Tools > Find on page.
2 Enter text and press Find.
To view history pages
• From standby select Menu > Internet >
Options > Go to > History.
More browser features
To use pan and zoom on a Web page
1 When you browse the Internet, press
.
2 Use the navigation key to move the
frame.
3 Press Zoom.
4 To switch back to pan, press
.
To use pan and zoom, Smart-Fit must be
turned off.
To turn on or off Smart-Fit
Rendering™
1 From standby select Menu > Internet >
Options > Advanced > Smart-Fit.
2 Select an option.
To make a call when you browse
• Press
.
To save a picture from a Web page
1 When you browse the Internet, select
Options > Tools > Save picture.
To send a link
1 When you browse the Internet, select
Options > Tools > Send link.
2 Select a transfer method.
Make sure the receiving device supports
the transfer method you select.
Internet keypad shortcuts
You can use the keypad to go directly
to an Internet browser function.
Key
Shortcut
Bookmarks
-
Enter text to Enter
address, Search Internet
or search in Bookmarks
Zoom
Pan & zoom (when SmartFit is off)
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To select Internet keypad shortcuts
1 From standby select Menu > Internet.
2 Select Options > Advanced > Keypad
mode > Shortcuts.
Internet security and
certificates
Your phone supports secure browsing.
Certain Internet services, such as
banking, require certificates in your
phone. Your phone may already
contain certificates when you buy it or
you can download new certificates.
To view certificates in the phone
• From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Security >
Certificates.
Web feeds
You can subscribe to and download
frequently updated content, such as
news, podcasts or photos, using Web
feeds.
To add new feeds for a Web page
1 When you browse a page on the
Internet that has Web feeds, indicated
by , select Options > Web feeds.
2 For each feed you want to add, scroll
to the feed and select Mark.
3 Select Continue.
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To search for Web feeds
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Web feeds.
2 Select New feed and enter a Web
address.
To download content via Web feeds
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Web feeds.
2 Scroll to an updated feed and select
View or
.
3 Select a heading to expand.
4 Select an icon depending on content,
to open a Web page,
to
download an audio podcast,
to
download a video podcast or
to
download a photo.
You can also subscribe to and download
content to a computer via feeds using
Sony Ericsson Media Manager. You can
then transfer the content to your phone.
Updating Web feeds
You can manually update your feeds,
or schedule updates. When there are
updates,
appears on the screen.
To schedule Web feed updates
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Web feeds.
2 Scroll to a feed and select Options >
Schedule update.
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3 Select an option.
Frequent updates may be costly.
Web feeds in standby
You can show news updates on the
standby screen.
To show Web feeds in standby
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Web feeds.
2 Scroll to a feed and select Options >
Settings > Standby ticker > Show in
standby.
To access Web feeds from standby
1 From standby select Ticker.
2 To read more about a feed, press or
to scroll to a headline and select Go
to.
Podcasts
Podcasts are files, for example, radio
programmes or video content, that you
can download and play. You subscribe
to and download podcasts using Web
feeds.
To access audio podcasts
• From standby select Menu > Media >
Music > Podcasts.
To access video podcasts
• From standby select Menu > Media >
Video > Podcasts.
Photo feeds
You can subscribe to Photo feeds and
download photos. To start using Photo
feeds, see Web feeds on page 52.
To access photo feeds
• From standby select Menu > Media >
Photo > Photo feeds.
Wi-Fi™
Using Wi-Fi™ you can access the
Internet wirelessly with your phone.
You can browse the Internet at home
(personal networks) or in public access
zones (hot spots):
• Personal networks – usually
protected. A pass phrase or a key is
required from the owner.
• Hot spots – usually non-protected
but often requires you to log on to the
operator’s service before you get
Internet access.
Using Wi-Fi
To be able to browse the Internet using
Wi-Fi you need to search for and
connect to an available network and
then open the Internet browser.
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To turn on Wi-Fi
• From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Wi-Fi > Turn
on.
To connect to a network
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Wi-Fi.
2 Scroll to a network and select
Connect.
To activate DLNA
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Network
sharing.
2 Scroll to and select a favourite network.
3 Select On > Save.
To start browsing using Wi-Fi
1 Make sure
is showing in status bar.
2 From standby select Menu > Internet.
Often used networks can be saved as
favourites. These will connect
automatically when you are within range
if you turn on Auto connect.
DLNA™
Your phone has a built-in DLNA™
(Digital Living Network Alliance) server
that connects to the home network
through Wi-Fi. Other DLNA devices
connected to the same home network
can access, view and play images and
music saved on your phone. A
compatible DLNA device can be a
computer, TV or PLAYSTATION®3. For
DLNA to work, Wi-Fi must be turned on
and the phone must be connected to a
favourite network.
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GPS
Your phone has a GPS receiver that
uses satellite signals to calculate your
location.
If you cannot use some GPS features, see
I cannot use Internet-based services on
page 69.
Using GPS
Your location can be found when you
have a clear view of the sky. If your
location is not found after a few
minutes, move to another location. To
help the search, stand still and do not
cover the GPS antenna.
The first time you use the GPS it may take
up to 10 minutes before your location is
found.
Assisted start
With Assisted start your location is
calculated more quickly. If not turned
off, Assisted start will automatically be
used to find your location when
Assisted GPS (A-GPS) technology is
available.
To set when to use Assisted start
1 From standby select Menu >
Entertainment > Location services >
Settings > Assisted start.
2 Select an option.
Google Maps™ for mobile
Google Maps™ lets you view your
current location, find other locations
and calculate routes.
When you start Google Maps, your
approximate location is shown using
information from nearby mobile towers.
Your location is updated with a more
precise position when the GPS receiver
finds your location.
To use Google Maps
• From standby select Menu >
Entertainment > Location services >
Google Maps.
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To learn more about Google Maps
• When you use Google Maps, select
Options > Help.
Driving directions
Wayfinder Navigator™ guides you to
your destination using voice
instructions. A free three-month trial
version of Wayfinder Navigator is
included in the phone.
Sony Ericsson does not warrant the
accuracy of any directional services
including but not limited to turn-by-turn
navigational services.
To start Wayfinder Navigator
More GPS features
Save locations
You can find all saved locations in My
favourites.
To save your current location
1 From standby select Menu >
Entertainment > Location services >
My favourites > Add new place.
2 Select Edit and enter the title. Select
OK.
3 Scroll to Description: and select Add.
Enter the description and select OK.
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4 Scroll to Position: and select Add >
Current position.
5 Select Save.
To view a saved location on a map
1 From standby select Menu >
Entertainment > Location services >
My favourites.
2 Scroll to a location and select Go to.
To access favourites from Google
Maps
• Press
.
Location requests
External services may ask for your
location.
To change access for external
services
1 From standby select Menu >
Entertainment > Location services >
Settings > Privacy.
2 Select an option.
Turn off GPS
The GPS receiver turns off
automatically when it is not in use. You
can also turn the GPS receiver off
manually. This saves battery power
when you use features that do not
require the GPS receiver to find your
location.
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To turn on or off GPS manually
1 From standby select Menu >
Entertainment > Location services >
Settings.
2 Select Enable GPS or Disable GPS.
Tracker
Tracker is a GPS-based sports
application which allows you to keep
track of your speed, distance, route
and energy consumption during
training. You can base the training on
how long time you want to train or on
what distance you want to cover. You
can also base it on a previous training
route which has GPS data.
Information provided by use of the
Tracker application is approximate. Sony
Ericsson makes no warranty of any kind
with respect to the accuracy of the
Tracker application. Any serious health
and fitness concerns should be referred
to a health care professional.
To start a training session
1 From standby select Menu > Location
services > Tracker > Start training.
2 Select a training type.
3 Scroll to an item, select Edit and enter
the data.
4 Select Done to save.
5 Select Start to start training.
To compare results during training
1 From standby select Menu > Location
services > Tracker > Start training.
2 Select Route based.
3 Scroll to Route:, select Edit and select
a route.
4 Scroll to Live compare and select
Edit.
5 Scroll to the result you want to
compare with and select Compare.
6 Select Done and then Start.
To end a training session manually
• During a training session, select
Pause > End.
Results
The training result is shown after a
session is ended. You can view past
results anytime, and compare them if
they have GPS data.
To compare results
1 From standby select Menu> Location
services > Tracker > Results.
2 Scroll to a result and select Options >
Compare.
3 Select a result to compare with.
Energy consumption
To calculate and view the energy
consumption for a session you must
first set your personal profile in
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Settings in Tracker. You view the
energy consumption in the result view.
To turn on energy consumption
• From standby select Menu > Location
services > Tracker > Settings >
Energy consumption > On.
Synchronising
You can synchronise in two different
ways. You can synchronise your phone
using a computer program or you can
synchronise using an Internet service.
Use only one of the synchronisation
methods at a time with your phone.
For more information, go to
www.sonyericsson.com/support to
read the Synchronisation Feature
guide.
Synchronising using a
computer
You can use the USB cable or
Bluetooth wireless technology to
synchronise phone contacts,
appointments, bookmarks, tasks and
notes with a computer program such
as Microsoft Outlook®.
Before synchronising, you need to
install the Sony Ericsson PC Suite.
Sony Ericsson PC Suite software is
included on the CD with your phone and
available for download at
www.sonyericsson.com/support.
See Required operating systems on
page 26.
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To install the Sony Ericsson PC Suite
1 Turn on your computer and insert the
CD. The CD starts automatically and
the installation window opens.
2 Select a language and click OK.
3 Click Install Sony Ericsson PC suite and
follow the instructions on the screen.
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2
3
4
Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync. For
more information, go to
www.sonyericsson.com/support to
read the Synchronisation Feature
guide.
To synchronise using the
Sony Ericsson PC Suite
Computer: Start Sony Ericsson PC
Suite from Start/Programs/
Sony Ericsson/Sony Ericsson PC
Suite.
Follow the instructions in the
Sony Ericsson PC Suite for how to
connect.
Phone: Select Phone mode.
Computer: When you are notified that
the Sony Ericsson PC Suite has found
your phone, you can start
synchronising.
For usage details, see the
Sony Ericsson PC Suite Help section
once the software has been installed on
your computer.
Synchronising using an
Internet service
You can synchronise with an Internet
service using SyncML™ or a
Microsoft® Exchange Server using
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Flight mode
In Flight mode the network and radio
transceivers are turned off to prevent
disturbance to sensitive equipment.
When the flight mode menu is activated
you are asked to select a mode the next
time you turn on your phone:
• Normal mode – full functionality
• Flight mode – limited functionality
To activate the flight mode menu
• From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Flight mode >
Continue > Show at startup.
To select flight mode
1 When the flight mode menu is
activated, turn off your phone.
2 Turn on your phone and select Flight
mode.
Update Service
To view the current software in the
phone
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Update service.
2 Select Software version.
Update Service using the phone
You can update your phone over the air
using your phone. You do not lose
personal or phone information.
Update Service using your phone
requires data access such as GPRS, 3G
or HSDPA.
To select update settings
• From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Update service >
Settings > Internet settings.
To use Update Service using the
phone
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Update service.
2 Select Search for update and follow
the instructions that appear.
You can update your phone with the
latest software using your phone or a
PC.
This service is not available in all
countries/regions.
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Update Service using a PC
You can update your phone using the
provided USB cable and an Internet
connected PC.
Make sure all personal data on your
phone's memory is backed up before you
perform an update using a PC.
To use Update Service using a PC
• Go to
www.sonyericsson.com/updateservice
.
Alarms
You can set a sound or the radio as an
alarm signal. The alarm sounds even if
the phone is turned off. When the alarm
sounds you can silence it or turn it off.
To set the alarm
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Alarms.
2 Scroll to an alarm and select Edit.
3 Scroll to Time: and select Edit.
4 Enter a time and select OK > Save.
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2
3
4
To set the recurrent alarm
From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Alarms.
Scroll to an alarm and select Edit.
Scroll to Recurrent: and select Edit.
Scroll to a day and select Mark.
5 To select another day, scroll to the day
and select Mark.
6 Select Done > Save.
To set the alarm signal
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Alarms.
2 Scroll to an alarm and select Edit.
3 Scroll to the
tab.
4 Scroll to Alarm signal: and select Edit.
5 Find and select an alarm signal. Select
Save.
To silence the alarm
• When the alarm sounds, press any key.
• To repeat the alarm, select Snooze.
To turn off the alarm
• When the alarm sounds, press any key,
then select Turn off.
To cancel the alarm
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Alarms.
2 Scroll to an alarm and select Turn off.
The alarm in silent mode
You can set the alarm not to sound
when the phone is in silent mode.
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2
3
4
5
To set an alarm to sound or not in
silent mode
From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Alarms.
Scroll to an alarm and select Edit.
Scroll to the
tab.
Scroll to Silent mode: and select Edit.
Select an option.
To set the snooze duration
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Alarms.
2 Scroll to an alarm and select Edit.
3 Scroll to Snooze duration: and select
Edit.
4 Select an option.
Calendar
You can synchronise your calendar with
a computer calendar, with a calendar on
the Web or with a Microsoft® Exchange
Server (Microsoft® Outlook®).
Appointments
You can add new appointments or
reuse existing appointments.
To add an appointment
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Calendar.
2 Select a date.
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3 Scroll to New appointment and select
Add.
4 Enter the information and confirm each
entry.
5 Select Save.
To view an appointment
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Calendar.
2 Select a date.
3 Scroll to an appointment and select
View.
To edit an appointment
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Calendar.
2 Select a date.
3 Scroll to an appointment and select
View.
4 Select Options > Edit.
5 Edit the appointment and confirm each
entry.
6 Select Save.
To set when reminders should sound
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Calendar.
2 Select a date.
3 Select Options > Advanced >
Reminders.
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A reminders option set in calendar affects
a reminders option set in tasks.
Notes
You can make notes and save them.
You can also show a note in standby.
To add a note
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Notes.
2 Scroll to New note and select Add.
3 Write a note and select Save.
To show a note in standby
1 From standby select Menu
>Organiser > Notes.
2 Scroll to a note and select Options >
Show in standby.
To hide a note from standby
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Notes.
2 Scroll to the note shown in standby.
This is marked with an icon. Select
Options > Hide in standby.
Tasks
You can add new tasks or reuse
existing tasks.
To add a task
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Tasks.
2 Select New task and select Add.
3 Select an option.
4 Enter details and confirm each entry.
To set when reminders should sound
1 From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Tasks.
2 Scroll to a task and select Options >
Reminders.
3 Select an option.
A reminders option set in tasks affects a
reminders option set in calendar.
Profiles
You can change settings such as the
ring volume and vibrating alert to suit
different locations. You can reset all
profiles to the phone’s original settings.
To select a profile
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Profiles.
2 Select a profile.
To view and edit a profile
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Profiles.
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2 Scroll to a profile and select Options >
View and edit.
You cannot rename the Normal profile.
Time and date
To set the time
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Time & date >
Time.
2 Enter the time and select Save.
To set the date
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Time & date >
Date.
2 Enter the date and select Save.
To set the time zone
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Time & date > My
time zone.
2 Select the time zone you are in.
If you select a city, My time zone also
updates the time when daylight saving
time changes.
Theme
You can change the appearance of the
screen through items such as colours
and wallpaper. You can also create
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new themes and download them. For
more information, go to
www.sonyericsson.com/fun.
To set a theme
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Display tab > Theme.
2 Scroll to a theme and select Set.
Main menu layout
You can change the layout of the icons
in the main menu.
To change the main menu layout
1 From standby select Menu > Options
> Main menu layout.
2 Select an option.
Ringtones
To set a ringtone
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Sounds & alerts tab > Ringtone.
2 Find and select a ringtone.
To set the ringtone volume
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Sounds & alerts tab > Ring
volume.
2 Press
or
to change the volume.
3 Select Save.
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To turn off the ringtone
• From standby press and hold down
.
The alarm signal is not affected.
To set the vibrating alert
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Sounds & alerts tab > Vibrating
alert.
2 Select an option.
Screen orientation
You can change between landscape
and portrait orientation, or select Auto
rotate to have the orientation change
when you rotate the phone.
To change screen orientation in the
browser
1 From standby select Menu > Internet.
2 Select Options > Advanced >
Orientation.
3 Select an option.
To change screen orientation in
Media
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Settings > Orientation.
2 Select an option.
Games
Your phone contains preloaded
games. You can also download games.
Help texts are available for most
games.
To start a game
1 From standby select Menu > Media >
Games.
2 Select a game.
To end a game
• Press
.
Applications
You can download and run Java
applications. You can also view
information or set different
permissions. If you cannot use Java
applications, see I cannot use Internetbased services on page 69.
To select a Java application
• Select an application.
To set permissions for a Java
application
1 Scroll to an application and select
Options > Permissions.
2 Set permissions.
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Java application screen size
Some Java applications are designed
for a specific screen size. For more
information, contact the application
vendor.
To set the screen size for a Java
application
1 Scroll to an application and select
Options > Screen size.
2 Select an option.
Walk mate
Walk mate is a step counter
application. It keeps track of how many
steps you have walked and how many
steps you have left towards a daily
goal. You can put your phone in a
pocket when you use Walk mate. You
can also set Walk mate as wallpaper to
view in standby.
To set Walk mate as wallpaper
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Display tab.
2 Select Wallpaper > Application.
3 Select Walk mate.
Locks
SIM card lock
This lock only protects your
subscription. Your phone will work with
a new SIM card. If the lock is on, you
have to enter a PIN (Personal Identity
Number).
If you enter your PIN incorrectly three
times in a row, the SIM card is blocked
and you need to enter your PUK
(Personal Unblocking Key). Your PIN
and PUK are supplied by your network
operator.
To unblock the SIM card
1 When PIN blocked appears, enter your
PUK and select OK.
2 Enter a new four-to-eight-digit PIN and
select OK.
3 Re-enter the new PIN and select OK.
To edit the PIN
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Security > Locks
> SIM protection > Change PIN.
2 Enter your PIN and select OK.
3 Enter a new four-to-eight-digit PIN and
select OK.
4 Re-enter the new PIN and select OK.
If Codes do not match appears, you
entered the new PIN incorrectly. If Wrong
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PIN appears, followed by Old PIN:, you
entered your old PIN incorrectly.
To use the SIM card lock
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Security > Locks
> SIM protection > Protection.
2 Select an option.
3 Enter your PIN and select OK.
Phone lock
You can stop unauthorised use of your
phone. Change the phone lock code
(0000) to any four-to-eight-digit
personal code.
It is important that you remember your
new code. If you forget it, you have to take
your phone to your local Sony Ericsson
retailer.
To use the phone lock
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Security > Locks
> Phone protection > Protection.
2 Select an option.
3 Enter the phone lock code and select
OK.
To unlock the phone
• Enter your code and select OK.
To change the phone lock code
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Security > Locks
> Phone protection > Change code.
2 Enter the old code and select OK.
3 Enter the new code and select OK.
4 Repeat the code and select OK.
Keypad lock
You can set this lock to avoid
accidental dialling. Incoming calls can
be answered without unlocking the
keypad.
Calls to the international emergency
number 112 can still be made.
To use the automatic keylock
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Security >
Automatic keylock.
2 Select an option.
To unlock the keypad manually
• From standby press any key and select
Unlock > OK.
IMEI number
Keep a copy of your IMEI (International
Mobile Equipment Identity) number in
case your phone is stolen.
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To view your IMEI number
• From standby press
,
,
.
,
,
Troubleshooting
Some problems will require you to call
your network operator.
For more support go to
www.sonyericsson.com/support.
Common questions
I have problems with memory
capacity or the phone is working
slowly
Restart your phone every day to free
memory or do a Master reset.
Master reset
If you select Reset settings, the
changes that you have made to
settings will be deleted.
If you select Reset all, your settings
and content, such as contacts,
messages, pictures, sounds and
downloaded games, will be deleted.
You may also lose content that was in
the phone at purchase.
To reset the phone
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Master reset.
2 Select an option.
3 Follow the instructions that appear.
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I cannot charge the phone or battery
capacity is low
The charger is not properly connected
or the battery connection is poor.
Remove the battery and clean the
connectors.
To download settings using the Setup
wizard
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the General tab > Setup wizard >
Settings download.
2 Follow the instructions that appear.
The battery is worn out and needs to be
replaced. See Charging the battery on
page 8.
Contact your network operator or service
provider for more information.
No battery icon appears when I start
charging the phone
It may take a few minutes before the
battery icon appears on the screen.
Some menu options appear in grey
A service is not activated. Contact your
network operator.
I cannot use Internet-based services
Your subscription does not include
data capability. Settings are missing or
incorrect.
You can download settings using the
setup wizard or by going to
www.sonyericsson.com/support.
I cannot send messages from my
phone
Most messages require a service
centre number to send them. The
number is supplied by your service
provider and is usually saved on the
SIM card. If the number to your service
centre is not saved on your SIM card,
you must enter the number yourself.
To send most picture messages, you
must set an MMS profile and the
address of your message server. If no
MMS profile or message server exists,
you can receive all the settings
automatically from your network
operator or at
www.sonyericsson.com/support.
To enter a service centre number
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Message
settings > Text message and scroll to
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2
3
4
5
Service centre. The number is shown if
it is saved on the SIM card.
If there is no number shown, select
Edit.
Scroll to New ServiceCentre and
select Add.
Enter the number, including the
international “+” sign and country
code.
Select Save.
To select an MMS profile
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Message
settings > Picture message.
2 Select an existing profile or create a
new one.
To set the message server address
1 From standby select Menu > Settings
> the Connectivity tab > Message
settings > Picture message.
2 Scroll to a profile and select Options >
Edit.
3 Scroll to Message server and select
Edit.
4 Enter the address and select OK >
Save.
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The phone does not ring or rings too
softly
Make sure that Silent mode has not
been set to On. See To turn off the
ringtone on page 65.
Check the ringtone volume. See To set
the ringtone volume on page 64.
Check the profile. See To select a
profile on page 63.
Check the divert call options. See To
divert calls on page 37.
The phone cannot be detected by
other devices using Bluetooth
wireless technology
You have not turned the Bluetooth
function on. Make sure that the visibility
is set to show phone. See To turn on
the Bluetooth function on page 28.
I cannot synchronise or transfer
content between my phone and my
computer, when using the USB cable.
The cable or software that came with
your phone has not been properly
installed. Go to
www.sonyericsson.com/support to
read Feature guides which contain
detailed installation instructions and
troubleshooting guides.
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I have forgotten my code memo
passcode
If you forget your passcode, you must
reset the code memo. This means that
all entries in the code memo are
deleted. The next time you enter the
code memo, you must proceed as if
you are opening it for the first time.
1
2
3
4
To reset code memo
From standby select Menu >
Organiser > Code memo.
Enter an incorrect passcode 3 times.
Reset Code memo and delete all
items? appears.
Select Yes.
Where can I find the regulatory
information such as my IMEI number
if I cannot turn on my phone?
Error messages
Insert SIM
There is no SIM card in your phone or
you may have inserted it incorrectly.
See To insert the SIM card on page 6.
The SIM card connectors need
cleaning. If the card is damaged,
contact your network operator.
Insert correct SIM card
Your phone is set to work only with
certain SIM cards. Check if you are
using the correct operator SIM card.
Wrong PIN/Wrong PIN2
You have entered your PIN or PIN2
incorrectly.
Enter the correct PIN or PIN2 and
select Yes.
PIN blocked/PIN2 blocked
You have entered your PIN or PIN2
code incorrectly three times in a row.
To unblock, see SIM card lock on
page 66.
Codes do not match
Codes that you have entered do not
match. When you want to change a
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security code, for example your PIN,
you have to confirm the new code. See
SIM card lock on page 66.
No netw. coverage
Your phone is in flight mode. See Flight
mode on page 60.
Your phone is not receiving any
network signal, or the received signal is
too weak. Contact your network
operator and make sure that the
network has coverage where you are.
The SIM card is not working properly.
Insert your SIM card in another phone.
If this works, it is probably your phone
that is causing the problem. Please
contact the nearest Sony Ericsson
service location.
Emerg. calls only
You are within range of a network, but
you are not allowed to use it. However,
in an emergency, some network
operators allow you to call the
international emergency number 112.
See Emergency calls on page 32.
PUK blocked. Contact operator.
You entered your personal unblocking
key code (PUK) incorrectly 10 times in
a row.
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Important information
Sony Ericsson Consumer Web
site
Atwww.sonyericsson.com/support there is a
support section where help and tips are only a few
clicks away. Here you will find the latest computer
software updates and tips on how to use your
product more efficiently.
Service and support
You have access to a portfolio of exclusive service
advantages such as:
• Global and local Web sites providing support.
• A global network of call centres.
• An extensive network of Sony Ericsson service
partners.
• A warranty period. Learn more about the
warranty conditions in the Important information.
At www.sonyericsson.com/support, you can find the
latest support tools and information. For operatorspecific services and features, please contact your
network operator.
You can also contact our call centres. If your
country/region is not represented in the list below,
please contact your local dealer. (Calls are charged
according to national rates, including local taxes,
unless the phone number is a toll-free number.)
If your product needs service, please contact the
dealer from whom it was purchased, or one of our
service partners. For warranty claims, save proof of
purchase.
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Anguilla
1-800-080-9518 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Antigua and Barbuda
1-800-081-9518 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Argentina
0800-333-7427 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Australia
1300 650-050 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
The Bahamas
1-800-205-6062 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Barbados
1-800-082-9518 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Belgique/België
02-0745 1611
[email protected]
Belize
AN 815, PIN 5597 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Bermuda
1-800-083-9518 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Bolivia
800-100-542 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Brasil
4001-0444 (ligação gratuita)
[email protected]
Canada
1 866 766 9374 (Toll Free / sans frais)
[email protected]
Cayman Islands
1-800-084-9518 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Central and Southern
Africa
+27 11 506 0123
[email protected]
Česká republika
0844 550 055
[email protected]
Chile
1230-020-0656 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Colombia
01800-0966-080 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Costa Rica
0 800 011 0400 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Danmark
3331 2828
[email protected]
Deutschland
0180 534 2020 (ortsübliche Gebühren)
[email protected]
Dominica
1-800-085-9518 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Ecuador
1-800-0102-50 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Eesti
06 032 032
[email protected]
Egypt/‫مصر‬
16727
[email protected]
Ελλάδα
801 11 810 810
+30 210 899 19 19 (από κινητό τηλέφωνο)
[email protected]
El Salvador
800-6323 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
España
902 180 576 (tarifa local)
[email protected]
France
0825 383 383
[email protected]
Guatemala
1-800-300-0057 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
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Haïti/Ayiti
AN 193, PIN 5598 (numéro gratuit / nimewo
gratis)
[email protected]
Honduras
AN 8000122, PIN 5599 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Hong Kong/香港
+852 8203 8863
[email protected]
Hrvatska
062 000 000
[email protected]
India/भारत
1800 11 1800 (Toll Free)
+91 (011) 39011111
[email protected]
Indonesia
021 2701388
[email protected]
Ireland
1850 545 888 (Local rate)
[email protected]
Italia
06 48895206 (tariffa locale)
[email protected]
Jamaica
1-800-442-3471 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Κύπρος/Kıbrıs
0800 90 909
[email protected]
Latvija
67 21 43 01
[email protected]
Lietuva
8 700 55030
[email protected]
Magyarország
01 880 47 47
[email protected]
Malaysia
1800-88-9900 (Toll Free / bebas tol)
[email protected]
Maroc/‫المغرب‬
+212 2 2958 344
[email protected]
México
0 1800 000 4722 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Nederland
0900 8998318
[email protected]
Nederlandse Antillen
001-866-509-8660 (gratis nummer)
[email protected]
New Zealand
0800-100-150 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Nicaragua
AN 1800-0166, PIN 5600 (número
gratuito)
[email protected]
Norge
815 00 840 (lokaltakst)
[email protected]
Österreich
0810 200 245
[email protected]
Pakistan/‫پاکستان‬
021 - 111 22 55 73
[email protected]
Panamá
00800-787-0009 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Paraguay
009 800 54 20032 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Perú
0800-532-38 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
Philippines/Pilipinas
+63 2 7891860
[email protected]
Polska
+48 22 22 77 444
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Portugal
808 204 466 (chamada local)
[email protected]
República Dominicana
1-800-751-3370 (número gratuito)
[email protected]
România
+40 21 401 0401
[email protected]
Saint Kitts and Nevis
1-800-087-9518 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Saint Vincent and the
Grenadines
1-800-088-9518 (Toll Free)
[email protected]
Schweiz/Suisse/
Svizzera
0848 824 040
[email protected]
Singapore
+65 6744 0733
[email protected]
Slovensko
02 5443 6443
[email protected]
South Africa
0861 632222
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Suomi
09 299 2000
Sverige
013 24 45 00 (lokal taxa)
[email protected]
Trinidad and Tobago
1-800-080-9521 (Toll Free)
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Türkiye
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Guidelines for Safe and
Efficient Use
Please follow these guidelines.
Failure to do so might entail a
potential health risk or product
malfunction. If in doubt as to its
proper function, have the product
checked by a certified service partner before
charging or using it.
Recommendations for care and safe
use of our products
• Handle with care and keep in a clean and dustfree place.
• Warning! May explode if disposed of in fire.
• Do not expose to liquid or moisture or excess
humidity.
• For optimum performance,
the product should not be
operated in temperatures
below -10°C(+14°F) or above
+45°C(+113°F). Do not
expose the battery to temperatures above
+60°C(+140°F).
• Do not expose to flames or lit
tobacco products.
• Do not drop, throw or try to
bend the product.
• Do not paint or attempt to
disassemble or modify the
product. Only Sony Ericsson
authorised personnel should
perform service.
• Consult with authorised medical staff and the
instructions of the medical device manufacturer
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before using the product near pacemakers or
other medical devices or equipment.
• Discontinue use of electronic devices, or disable
the radio transmitting functionality of the device,
where required or requested to do so.
• Do not use where a potentially explosive
atmosphere exists.
• Do not place the product, or install wireless
equipment, in the area above an air bag in a car.
• Caution: Cracked or broken displays may create
sharp edges or splinters that could be harmful
upon contact.
• Do not use the Bluetooth Headset in positions
where it is uncomfortable or will be subject to
pressure.
Children
Warning! Keep out of the reach of
children. Do not allow children to
play with mobile phones or
accessories. They could hurt themselves or others.
Products may contain small parts that could
become detached and create a choking hazard.
Power supply (Charger)
Connect the charger to power sources as marked on
the product. Do not use outdoors or in damp areas.
Do not alter or subject the cord to damage or stress.
Unplug the unit before cleaning it. Never alter the
plug. If it does not fit into the outlet, have a proper
outlet installed by an electrician. When a power
supply is connected there is a small drain of power.
To avoid this small energy waste, disconnect the
power supply when the product is fully charged. Use
of charging devices that are not Sony Ericsson
branded may pose increased safety risks.
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Battery
GPS/Location based functions
New or idle batteries can have short-term reduced
capacity. Fully charge the battery before initial use.
Use for the intended purpose only. Charge the
battery in temperatures between +5°C(+41°F) and
+45°C(+113°F). Do not put the battery into your
mouth. Do not let the battery contacts touch another
metal object. Turn off the product before removing
the battery. Performance depends on temperatures,
signal strength, usage patterns, features selected
and voice or data transmissions. Only
Sony Ericsson service partners should remove or
replace built-in batteries. Use of batteries that are
not Sony Ericsson branded may pose increased
safety risks. Replace the battery only with another
Sony Ericsson battery that has been qualified with
the product per the standard IEEE-1725. Use of an
unqualified battery may present a risk of fire,
explosion, leakage or other hazard.
Some products provide GPS/Location based
functions. Location determining functionality is
provided “As is” and “With all faults”.
Sony Ericsson does not make any representation or
warranty as to the accuracy of such location
information.
Use of location-based information by the device
may not be uninterrupted or error free and may
additionally be dependent on network service
availability. Please note that functionality may be
reduced or prevented in certain environments such
as building interiors or areas adjacent to buildings.
Caution: Do not use GPS functionality in a manner
which causes distraction from driving.
Personal medical devices
Mobile phones may affect implanted medical
equipment. Reduce risk of interference by keeping
a minimum distance of 15 cm(6 inches) between the
phone and the device. Use the phone at your right
ear. Do not carry the phone in your breast pocket.
Turn off the phone if you suspect interference. For
all medical devices, consult a physician and the
manufacturer.
Driving
Some vehicle manufacturers forbid the use of
phones in their vehicles unless a handsfree kit with
an external antenna supports the installation. Check
with the vehicle manufacturer's representative to be
sure that the mobile phone or Bluetooth handsfree
will not affect the electronic systems in the vehicle.
Full attention should be given to driving at all times
and local laws and regulations restricting the use of
wireless devices while driving must be observed.
Emergency calls
Calls cannot be guaranteed under all conditions.
Never rely solely upon mobile phones for essential
communication. Calls may not be possible in all
areas, on all networks, or when certain network
services and/or phone features are used.
Antenna
Use of antenna devices not marketed by
Sony Ericsson could damage the phone, reduce
performance, and produce SAR levels above the
established limits. Do not cover the antenna with
your hand as this affects call quality, power levels
and can shorten talk and standby times.
Radio Frequency (RF) exposure and
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
When the phone or Bluetooth handsfree is turned
on, it emits low levels of radio frequency energy.
International safety guidelines have been developed
through periodic and thorough evaluation of
scientific studies. These guidelines establish
permitted levels of radio wave exposure. The
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guidelines include a safety margin designed to
assure the safety of all persons and to account for
any variations in measurements.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is used to measure
radio frequency energy absorbed by the body when
using a mobile phone. The SAR value is determined
at the highest certified power level in laboratory
conditions, but because the phone is designed to
use the minimum power necessary to access the
chosen network, the actual SAR level can be well
below this value. There is no proof of difference in
safety based on difference in SAR value.
Products with radio transmitters sold in the US must
be certified by the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC). When required, tests are
performed when the phone is placed at the ear and
when worn on the body. For body-worn operation,
the phone has been tested when positioned a
minimum of 15 mm from the body without any metal
parts in the vicinity of the phone or when properly
used with an appropriate Sony Ericsson accessory
and worn on the body.
For more information about SAR and radio
frequency exposure, go to:
www.sonyericsson.com/health.
Flight mode
Bluetooth and WLAN functionality, if available in the
device, can be enabled in Flight mode but may be
prohibited onboard aircraft or in other areas where
radio transmissions are prohibited. In such
environments, please seek proper authorisation
before enabling Bluetooth or WLAN functionality
even in Flight mode.
Malware
Malware (short for malicious software) is software
that can harm the mobile phone or other computers.
Malware or harmful applications can include viruses,
worms, spyware, and other unwanted programs.
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While the device does employ security measures to
resist such efforts, Sony Ericsson does not warrant
or represent that the device will be impervious to the
introduction of malware. You can however reduce
the risk of malware attacks by using care when
downloading content or accepting applications,
refraining from opening or responding to messages
from unknown sources, using trustworthy services
to access the Internet, and only downloading
content to the mobile phone from known, reliable
sources.
Accessories
Use only Sony Ericsson branded original
accessories and certified service partners.
Sony Ericsson does not test third-party accessories.
Accessories may influence RF exposure, radio
performance, loudness, electric safety and other
areas. Third-party accessories and parts may pose
a risk to your health or safety or decrease
performance.
Accessible Solutions/Special Needs
In the US, compatible Sony Ericsson phones may
offer compatibility with TTY terminals (with use of
necessary accessory). For more information call the
Sony Ericsson Special Needs Center on
877 878 1996 (TTY) or 877 207 2056 (voice), or go
to www.sonyericsson-snc.com.
Disposal of old electrical
and electronic equipment
Electronic equipment and batteries
should not be included as
household waste but should be left at an appropriate
collection point for recycling. This helps prevent
potential negative consequences for the
environment and human health. Check local
regulations by contacting your local city office, your
household waste disposal service, the shop where
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you purchased the product or calling a
Sony Ericsson call centre. Do not attempt to remove
internal batteries. Internal batteries shall be removed
only by a waste treatment facility or trained service
professional.
Disposing of the battery
Check local regulations or call a
Sony Ericsson call centre for
information. Never use municipal
waste.
Memory card
If the product comes complete with a removable
memory card, it is generally compatible with the
handset purchased but may not be compatible with
other devices or the capabilities of their memory
cards. Check other devices for compatibility before
purchase or use. If the product is equipped with a
memory card reader, check memory card
compatibility before purchase or use.
Memory cards are generally formatted prior to
shipping. To reformat the memory card, use a
compatible device. Do not use the standard
operating system format when formatting the
memory card on a PC. For details, refer to the
operating instructions of the device or contact
customer support.
Warning!
If the device requires an adapter for insertion into the
handset or another device, do not insert the card
directly without the required adapter.
Precautions on memory card use
• Do not expose the memory card to moisture.
• Do not touch terminal connections with your
hand or any metal object.
• Do not strike, bend, or drop the memory card.
• Do not attempt to disassemble or modify the
memory card.
• Do not use or store the memory card in humid or
corrosive locations or in excessive heat such as
a closed car in summer, in direct sunlight or near
a heater, etc.
• Do not press or bend the end of the memory card
adapter with excessive force.
• Do not let dirt, dust, or foreign objects get into the
insert port of any memory card adapter.
• Check you have inserted the memory card
correctly.
• Insert the memory card as far as it will go into any
memory card adapter needed. The memory card
may not operate properly unless fully inserted.
• We recommend that you make a backup copy of
important data. We are not responsible for any
loss or damage to content you store on the
memory card.
• Recorded data may be damaged or lost when
you remove the memory card or memory card
adapter, turn off the power while formatting,
reading or writing data, or use the memory card
in locations subject to static electricity or high
electrical field emissions.
Protection of personal information
Erase personal data before disposing of the product.
To delete data, perform a master reset. Deleting data
from the phone memory does not ensure that it
cannot be recovered. Sony Ericsson does not
warrant against recovery of information and does
not assume responsibility for disclosure of any
information even after a master reset.
Loudness warning!
Avoid volume levels that may be harmful to your
hearing.
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End User Licence Agreement
Limited Warranty
Software delivered with this device and its media is
owned by Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications
AB, and/or its affiliated companies and its suppliers
and licensors.
Sony Ericsson grants you a non-exclusive limited
licence to use the Software solely in conjunction with
the Device on which it is installed or delivered.
Ownership of the Software is not sold, transferred or
otherwise conveyed.
Do not use any means to discover the source code
or any component of the Software, reproduce and
distribute the Software, or modify the Software. You
are entitled to transfer rights and obligations to the
Software to a third party, solely together with the
Device with which you received the Software,
provided the third party agrees in writing to be
bound by the terms of this Licence.
This licence exists throughout the useful life of this
Device. It can be terminated by transferring your
rights to the Device to a third party in writing.
Failure to comply with any of these terms and
conditions will terminate the licence immediately.
Sony Ericsson and its third party suppliers and
licensors retain all rights, title and interest in and to
the Software. To the extent that the Software
contains material or code of a third party, such third
parties shall be beneficiaries of these terms.
This licence is governed by the laws of Sweden.
When applicable, the foregoing applies to statutory
consumer rights.
In the event Software accompanying or provided in
conjunction with your device is provided with
additional terms and conditions, such provisions
shall also govern your possession and usage of the
Software.
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB,
SE-221 88 Lund, Sweden, (Sony Ericsson) or its
local affiliated company, provides this Limited
Warranty for your mobile phone, original accessory
delivered with your mobile phone, and/or your
mobile computing product (hereinafter referred to as
“Product”).
Should your Product need warranty service, please
return it to the dealer from whom it was purchased,
or contact your local Sony Ericsson Call Center
(national rates may apply) or visit
www.sonyericsson.com to get further information.
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Our warranty
Subject to the conditions of this Limited Warranty,
Sony Ericsson warrants this Product to be free from
defects in design, material and workmanship at the
time of its original purchase by a consumer. This
Limited Warranty will last for a period of two (2) years
as from the original date of purchase of the Product
for your mobile phone, and for a period of one (1)
year following the original purchase date of the
Product for all original accessories (such as the
battery, charger or handsfree kit) which may be
delivered with your mobile phone.
What we will do
If, during the warranty period, this Product fails to
operate under normal use and service, due to
defects in design, materials or workmanship,
Sony Ericsson authorised distributors or service
partners, in the country/region* where you
purchased the Product, will, at their option, either
repair or replace the Product in accordance with the
terms and conditions stipulated herein.
Sony Ericsson and its service partners reserve the
right to charge a handling fee if a returned Product
is found not to be under warranty according to the
conditions below.
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Please note that some of your personal settings,
downloads and other information may be lost when
your Sony Ericsson Product is repaired or replaced.
At present, Sony Ericsson may be prevented by
applicable law, other regulation or technical
restrictions from making a backup copy of certain
downloads. Sony Ericsson does not take any
responsibility for any lost information of any kind and
will not reimburse you for any such loss. You should
always make backup copies of all the information
stored on your Sony Ericsson Product such as
downloads, calendar and contacts before handing
in your Sony Ericsson Product for repair or
replacement.
Conditions
1. This Limited Warranty is valid only if the original
proof of purchase for this Product issued by a
Sony Ericsson authorised dealer specifying the date
of purchase and serial number**, is presented with
the Product to be repaired or replaced.
Sony Ericsson reserves the right to refuse warranty
service if this information has been removed or
changed after the original purchase of the Product
from the dealer.
2. If Sony Ericsson repairs or replaces the Product, the
repair for the defect concerned, or the replaced
Product shall be warranted for the remaining time of
the original warranty period or for ninety (90) days
from the date of repair, whichever is longer. Repair
or replacement may involve the use of functionally
equivalent reconditioned units. Replaced parts or
components will become the property of
Sony Ericsson.
3. This warranty does not cover any failure of the
Product due to normal wear and tear, or due to
misuse, including but not limited to use in other than
the normal and customary manner, in accordance
with the Sony Ericsson instructions for use and
maintenance of the Product. Nor does this warranty
cover any failure of the Product due to accident,
software or hardware modification or adjustment,
acts of God or damage resulting from liquid.
A rechargeable battery can be charged and
discharged more than a hundred times. However, it
will eventually wear out – this is not a defect and
corresponds to normal wear and tear. When the talktime or standby time is noticeably shorter, it is time
to replace the battery. Sony Ericsson recommends
that you use only batteries and chargers approved
by Sony Ericsson.
Minor variations in display brightness and colour
may occur between phones. There may be tiny
bright or dark dots on the display. These are called
defective pixels and occur when individual dots have
malfunctioned and can not be adjusted. Two
defective pixels are deemed acceptable.
Minor variations in camera image appearance may
occur between phones. This is nothing uncommon
and is not regarded as a defective camera module.
4. Since the cellular system on which the Product is to
operate is provided by a carrier independent from
Sony Ericsson, Sony Ericsson will not be responsible
for the operation, availability, coverage, services or
range of that system.
5. This warranty does not cover Product failures
caused by installations, modifications, or repair or
opening of the Product performed by a nonSony Ericsson authorised person.
6. The warranty does not cover Product failures which
have been caused by use of accessories or other
peripheral devices which are not Sony Ericsson
branded original accessories intended for use with
the Product.
Sony Ericsson disclaims any and all warranties,
whether express or implied, for failures caused to
the Product or peripheral devices as a result of
viruses, trojan horses, spyware, or other malicious
software. Sony Ericsson strongly recommends that
you install appropriate virus protection software on
your Product and any peripheral devices connected
to it, as available, and update it regularly, to better
protect your device. It is understood, however, that
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such software will never fully protect your Product
or its peripheral devices and Sony Ericsson
disclaims all warranties, whether express or implied,
in case of failure by such antivirus software to fulfil
its intended purpose.
7. Tampering with any of the seals on the Product will
void the warranty.
8. THERE ARE NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES,
WHETHER WRITTEN OR ORAL, OTHER THAN THIS
PRINTED LIMITED WARRANTY. ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE
DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IN NO
EVENT SHALL SONY ERICSSON OR ITS
LICENSORS BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE
WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
LOST PROFITS OR COMMERCIAL LOSS TO THE
FULL EXTENT THOSE DAMAGES CAN BE
DISCLAIMED BY LAW.
Some countries/states do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or
limitation of the duration of implied warranties, so
the preceding limitations or exclusions may not
apply to you.
The warranty provided does not affect the
consumer’s statutory rights under applicable
legislation in force, nor the consumer’s rights against
the dealer arising from their sales / purchase
contract.
*Geographical scope of the warranty
If you have purchased your Product in a country
member of the European Economic Area (EEA) or in
Switzerland or the Republic of Turkey, and such
Product was intended for sale in the EEA or in
Switzerland or in Turkey, you can have your Product
serviced in any EEA country or in Switzerland or in
Turkey, under the warranty conditions prevailing in
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the country in which you require servicing, provided
that an identical Product is sold in such country by
an authorised Sony Ericsson distributor. To find out
if your Product is sold in the country you are in,
please call the local Sony Ericsson Call Center.
Please observe that certain services may not be
available outside the country of original purchase,
for example, due to the fact that your Product may
have an interior or exterior which is different from
equivalent models sold in other countries. Please
note in addition that it may sometimes not be
possible to repair SIM-locked Products.
** In some countries/regions additional information
(such as a valid warranty card) may be requested.
FCC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of
the FCC rules. Operation is subject
to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Any change or modification not expressly approved
by Sony Ericsson may void the user's authority to
operate the equipment.
This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which can be
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determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference
by one or more of the following measures:
Declaration of Conformity for
W715
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
We, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB of
Nya Vattentornet
SE-221 88 Lund, Sweden
declare under our sole responsibility that our
product
Sony Ericsson type AAD-3880025-BV
and in combination with our accessories, to which
this declaration relates is in conformity with the
appropriate standards EN 301 511:V9.0.2, EN 301
908-1:V3.2.1, EN 301 908-2:V3.2.1, EN 300
328:V1.7.1, EN 301 489-7:V1.3.1, EN 301 48917:V1.2.1, EN 301 489-24:V1.4.1, EN 300 4401:V1.4.1, EN 300 440-2:V1.1.2, EN 301 4893:V1.4.1, EN 60 950-1:2006 following the provisions
of, Radio Equipment and Telecommunication
Terminal Equipment directive 1999/5/EC.
Industry Canada Statement
This device complies with RSS-210 of Industry
Canada.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired operation of
the device.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with
Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme
à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Lund, October 2008
Rikko Sakaguchi,
Head of Creation & Development
We fulfil the requirements of the R&TTE Directive
(1999/5/EC).
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Index
A
activity menu ........................................15
alarms ...................................................61
answering service .................................36
applications ..........................................65
appointments .......................................62
assembly ................................................6
audio book ...........................................22
auto rotate ............................................65
B
backing up and restoring .....................29
battery
charging .........................................9
inserting ..........................................7
use and care .................................77
blog ......................................................48
Bluetooth™ wireless technology .........28
bookmarks ...........................................50
business card .......................................35
C
calendar ................................................62
call divert ..............................................37
call list ..................................................33
call numbers in message ......................41
call time ................................................40
caller-specific ringtones .......................34
calls
accepting .....................................39
84
answering and rejecting ...............31
emergency ...................................32
handling two calls ........................38
international ..................................31
making and receiving ...................31
putting on hold .............................37
recording ......................................24
video .............................................32
camera .................................................45
activating ......................................45
overview .......................................45
printing .........................................50
clear bass .............................................20
clear stereo ...........................................20
code memo ..........................................71
conference calls ...................................38
contacts
adding phone contacts ................33
default contacts ...........................33
groups of ......................................36
costs .......................................................8
D
date ......................................................64
declaration of conformity .....................83
DLNA™ ................................................54
downloading music ..............................22
E
email .....................................................42
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K
emergency numbers ............................32
end user licence agreement .................80
entering text .........................................16
keypad lock ..........................................67
keys ......................................................10
F
L
file manager ..........................................25
flight mode ...........................................60
G
games ...................................................65
geo tagging ..........................................47
Google Maps™ ....................................55
GPS ......................................................55
groups ..................................................36
H
handsfree .......................................18, 37
Bluetooth™ wireless technology . 28
help .........................................................8
hiding number ......................................40
I
imaging .................................................45
IMEI number .........................................67
instant messaging ................................43
Internet
bookmarks ...................................50
screen orientation ........................65
security and certificates ...............52
settings .........................................69
language ...............................................16
location services ...................................55
lock
keypad ..........................................67
phone ...........................................67
SIM card .......................................66
M
master reset .........................................68
Media Manager ....................................26
media transfer ......................................26
memory ................................................15
memory card ........................................15
memory status .....................................35
menu overview .....................................12
messages
email .............................................42
text and picture ............................40
voice .............................................42
microphone ..........................................31
MMS See picture messages
MusicDJ™ ............................................24
my numbers .........................................39
N
navigating menus .................................14
notes ....................................................63
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O
online music and video clips ................23
P
restricted dialling ..................................39
ringtones ..............................................64
roaming ..................................................8
RSS feeds See Web feeds
pan and zoom, Web pages ..................51
PC Suite ...............................................58
phone memory .....................................15
phone mode .........................................59
phone name .........................................27
phone, turning on ...................................7
photo fix ...............................................46
PhotoDJ™ ............................................48
photos ..................................................46
editing ..........................................48
feeds ............................................53
geo tagging ..................................47
improving .....................................46
tags ..............................................47
picture messages .................................40
pictures ................................................46
PIN ....................................................7, 66
playlists ................................................20
PlayNow™ ............................................22
podcasts ..............................................53
power saving ........................................28
profiles ..................................................63
PUK ......................................................66
push email ............................................43
safety guidelines ...................................76
screen orientation .................................65
search, on Web pages .........................51
selection keys .......................................14
SensMe™ .............................................21
settings, Internet ..................................69
shake control ........................................19
shortcuts ..............................................14
SIM card
copying to/from ............................34
inserting ..........................................6
lock and unblock ..........................66
SMS See text messages
SOS See emergency numbers
sound recorder .....................................24
Specific Absorption Rate .....................77
speed dialling .......................................36
standby ..................................................7
notes ............................................63
step counter .........................................66
support .................................................72
synchronising .......................................58
R
T
radio .....................................................23
recording, listen to ...............................24
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S
T9™ Text Input .....................................17
tagging photos .....................................46
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tasks .....................................................63
templates ..............................................41
text messages ......................................40
theme ...................................................64
time ......................................................64
time zone ..............................................64
Tracker .................................................57
TrackID™ .............................................23
training .................................................57
transfer method
Bluetooth™ wireless technology . 28
USB cable ....................................26
transferring
music ............................................26
photos ..........................................26
sound ...........................................29
turning on/off
Bluetooth™ function ....................28
phone lock ....................................67
SIM lock protection ......................67
voicemail ..............................................36
volume
ear speaker ..................................31
ringtone ........................................64
W
Walk mate ............................................66
Walkman™ player ................................18
warranty ...............................................80
Web feeds ............................................52
Web pages, history ..............................51
Wi-Fi™ .................................................53
Z
zoom ....................................................46
U
Update Service .....................................60
USB cable ............................................26
V
video editing .........................................48
video player ..........................................23
video recorder ......................................45
VideoDJ™ ............................................48
voice control .........................................37
voice messages ....................................42
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