Sony Ericsson T616 manual

Sony Ericsson T616 manual

Mobile Phone T616

Contents

Getting to know your phone 4

Key functions, quick keys, entering letters.

Personalizing your phone 17

Download settings or choose from the phone.

Calling 25

Use the Phonebook, voice control, call options.

Messaging 45

Multimedia messaging, chat and email.

Camera 53

Use the camera.

Setting up WAP and Email 56

All you need to know about setting up WAP and email.

Using WAP 63

WAP browser, bookmarks.

Transferring and exchanging information 66

Bluetooth wireless technology, synchronization.

More features 71

Calendar, alarm clock, stopwatch, timer, games.

Security 79

SIM card lock, phonelock.

Troubleshooting 80

Why doesn’t the phone work the way I want?

Additional information 82

Safe and efficient use, warranty, declaration of conformity.

Icons 90

What do the icons mean?

Index 96

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Contents 1

Sony Ericsson

First edition (May 2003)

This manual is published by Sony Ericsson Mobile

Communications AB, without any warranty.

Improvements and changes to this manual 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 manual.

All rights reserved.

©

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, 2003

Publication number: AE/LZT 123 7545 R1

Please note:

Some of the services in this manual are not supported by all networks. This also applies to the GSM

International Emergency Number 911 or 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 Guidelines for safe and efficient use and the Limited warranty chapters before you use your mobile phone.

The BLUETOOTH trademarks are owned by

Bluetooth SIG, Inc.

T9™ Text Input is a trademark or a registered trademark of Tegic Communications.

T9™ Text Input is licensed under one or more of the following: U.S. Pat. Nos. 5,818,437, 5,953,541,

5,187,480, 5,945,928, and 6,011,554; Canadian Pat.

No. 1,331,057, United Kingdom Pat. No. 2238414B;

Hong Kong Standard Pat. No. HK0940329; Republic of Singapore Pat. No. 51383; Euro.Pat. No. 0 842

463(96927260.8) DE/DK, FI, FR, IT, NL, PT, ES, SE,

GB; and additional patents are pending worldwide.

Java and all Java based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun

Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries.

End-user license agreement for Sun™ Java™

J2ME™.

1. Restrictions: Software is confidential copyrighted information of Sun and title to all copies is retained by

Sun and/or its licensors. Customer shall not modify, decompile, disassemble, decrypt, extract, or otherwise reverse engineer Software. Software may not be leased, assigned, or sublicensed, in whole or in part.

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Getting to know your phone

About this user’s guide

The “Getting to know your phone” chapter gives a quick overview of the main functions of the phone, shortcuts and general information.

More information and downloads are available at www.SonyEricsson.com/ or wap.SonyEricsson.com/

Available services

Some services and functions described in this user’s guide are network or subscription-dependent, which means that all menus may not be available in your phone.

This symbol indicates that a service or function is network or subscriptiondependent.

Please consult your network operator for more information about your subscription.

Assembly

Before you can use your phone you need to:

• Insert the SIM card.

• Attach and charge the battery. See “SIM card and battery information” on page 5.

Note: Always turn off the phone and detach the charger before you insert or remove a SIM card.

The SIM card

When you register as a subscriber with a network operator, you get a SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) card. The SIM card contains a computer chip that keeps track of your phone number, the services included in your subscription, and your Phonebook information, among other things.

Tip: Check if your information is saved to the SIM card before you remove it from another phone. For example, Phonebook entries may be saved in the phone memory.

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SIM card and battery information

It may take up to 30 minutes before an icon appears when charging.

1. Insert the SIM card. Slide the metal holder over the

SIM card to lock it in place.

2. Place the battery on the back of the phone with the label side up.

3. Place the back cover as shown in the picture and slide it into place.

4. Connect the charger to the phone at the flash symbol

( ). The flash symbol on the charger plug must face upwards.

5. It may take up to 30 minutes before the battery charging icon appears in the display.

6. Wait approximately 4 hours or until the icon indicates that the battery is fully charged. If you do not see the battery icon after this time, press any key or the joystick to activate the display.

7. Remove the charger by tilting the plug upwards.

Note: You have to insert the SIM card and charge the battery before you can use the phone.

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Turning the phone on

Wel on/off

If you make a mistake while entering your PIN, delete the wrong number by pressing .

When you enter your pin, the digits will be masked with an asterisk (*). Do not choose emergency numbers for your PIN because emergency numbers are not masked. Some number sequences may not be hidden because they could be part of an emergency number sequence.

Note: If you enter the wrong PIN three times in a row, the SIM card is blocked and the message "PIN blocked" appears. To unblock it, you need to enter your PUK (Personal Unblocking Key). Your PUK is provided by your network operator.

To turn off the phone

Press and hold the on/off button at the top of the phone.

To turn on the phone

Press and briefly hold the on/off button on the top of the phone.

Note: The first time you turn on the phone it takes up to 40 seconds to begin operating.

• Enter your PIN (Personal Identity Number), if you have one for your SIM card.

Your PIN is provided by your network operator.

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Navigating the menus

The main menus are shown as icons on the desktop.

To go to the desktop, press the joystick.

Move up, down, left, right through menus.

Press to select highlighted items.

Desktop

Example

To set an alarm

1. Use the joystick to scroll to Organizer, and press the left key to select it.

2. Use the joystick to scroll down to Alarms, and press the left key to select this function. Press the left key again to select Alarm.

3. Enter the time and press the left your entry.

key to save

Throughout this user’s guide instructions such as those above will be given in a shorter form, as follows:

Press to go back one level in the menus.

Press and hold to return to standby.

Press to select the options shown above these keys in the display.

To set an alarm

1. Scroll to Organizer, Alarms, Alarm.

2. Enter the time, Save

.

To make and receive calls from standby

• Enter the area code and phone number, press

Call

.

• Press

End Call

to end the call.

• When the phone rings, press

Yes

to answer the call.

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Key functions

Press once to activate camera function. Press again to take a picture.

Volume keys increase/decrease the earpiece volume during a call. Scroll through menus, lists and text. Enter the Status menu in standby. Press twice to reject an incoming call. Press once to mute the ring tone when receiving a call.

Press to select the options that appear in the display immediately above these keys.

Press once to go back one level in the menus. Press and hold to return to standby.

Enter *.

Shift between lower/upper case when entering text.

Infrared port.

Press and hold to switch the phone on or off.

Press to go directly to the

Internet.

4-way navigation and center select allows you to move through the menus, lists and texts. The arrows indicate the direction to tilt the joystick.

Press down on the joystick to select an option.

Delete numbers, letters or an item from a list. Press and hold to mute the microphone

(during calls) or mute sound.

1-9, 0 Enter digits, 0–9, and letters.

Press and hold to enter the international prefix +.

Press 7 to enter a pause. Press

9 to enter a question mark (?).

Enter # or a space.

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Quick keys

Useful key combinations are described below.

To...

Quickly access the main menu items

When in standby:

Tilt the joystick to the right. Then, press the digit key that corresponds to the location of the menu icon.

Start the camera

Press

Go directly to the internet Press make an emergency call enter the emergency number and press

Call enter Call Contact press enter Call List enter Internet Services voice dial press

Calls ( press

) press and hold a volume key or say your magic word (when voice dial is on)

To...

call your voicemail enter the + sign mute the ring tone when receiving a call set the phone to silent

When in standby: press and hold press and hold press , or press a volume key once press and hold reach a contact beginning with a specific letter press and hold any of the reach a phone number at a specific position.

press the position number and speed dial press any of the number

Take a picture

Call

Press to start the camera. Press again to take a picture.

enter the first submenu of the shortcut menu press enter the main menu press or press the center of the joystick

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To...

When in standby: enter the menu to see today’s date, the profile in use and the model name of the phone press a volume key once press

8888 change the language to Automatic change the language to English reject an incoming call press

0000 quickly press a volume key twice when receiving a call or press

No

To...

put a call on hold retrieve a call mute the microphone

During a call: press

Hold press

Retrieve press and hold to unmute the microphone press and hold enter the options menu press center of the joystick.

To...

move through menus or lists quickly access the submenu items delete an item go back to standby

To...

reach the second letter or character of a key reach the third letter or character of a key

When in the menus: press (and hold) a volume key or use the joystick

Press the digit key that corresponds to the number of the menu item in the menu list press and hold when in lists press and hold

When entering letters using multitap text input: press the volume key and press any of the number keys press the volume key and press any of the number keys

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When entering letters using multitap text input: shift between capital and lower-case letters enter numbers the letter press and hold any of the number keys enter a space press delete letters and numbers press press and hold shift between multitap or

T9 Text input methods shift between input languages (including character or numeric) press and hold

To...

When entering letters using T9 Text Input: or view alternative words accept a word and add a space press press enter a full stop/period.

press

To...

When entering letters using T9 Text Input: shift between capital and lower-case letters enter numbers the letter press and hold any of the number keys delete letters and numbers press shift between multitap or

T9 Text input methods press and hold shift between input languages (including character or numeric) press and hold

Help texts

More information, explanations or tips about selected menus or functions are available in your phone.

To get help

Select the menu or function and press

Info

.

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Delete and edit

If you add items, for example, a contact, a note, an appointment or a WAP bookmark, you can delete or edit them.

To delete an item

Select an item and press .

To edit an item

Select an item, press

More

, and choose from the list of options.

Online services

Online services are customized services offered by network operators, independent of mobile phones and mobile phone manufacturers.

A SIM card which supports Online services works in the same way as a normal SIM card. When you have inserted your SIM card and turned on your phone, your network operator can download data to your SIM card. When you restart your phone after the first data download, a new submenu appears under the menu.

To enter your new menu system

Scroll to Connect, Online Services.

Note: This menu only appears if your SIM card supports this service. Some operators may not use the name “Online services”. Your phone may not support all of the services offered.

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Menu overview

Operator direct link

Internet

Services

(link to operator’s website)

Phonebook Calls

My Shortcuts Camera Messages Entertainment Pictures &

Sounds

Ring Volume

Select Profile

Switch to Line 1*

My Numbers

Edit Shortcuts

Connect Organizer

Text

Picture

Call Voicemail

Email

Chat

WAP Push

Area Info.*

Options

Settings

Games & More

Other Games

My Pictures

More Pictures

My Sounds

More Sounds

Themes

More Themes

Draw Picture

Music DJ

Record Sound

Call

Manage SIM

Call Contact

Manage Contact

Pictures

Personal Rings

Voice Commands

Special Numbers

Advanced

Options

Missed Calls

Call List

Switch to Line 1*

Forward Calls

Manage Calls

Time & Cost

Next Call

Options

Online Services*

Bluetooth

Infrared Port

WAP Options

Synchronization

GSM Networks

Data Comm.

Accessories

Calendar

Notes

Alarms

Timer

Stopwatch

Calculator

Code Memo

Sounds and

Alerts

Display

Profiles

Language

Time and Date

Voice Control

Locks

Handsfree

Master Reset

* Please note that some menus/ icons are operator, network and subscription dependent.

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Entering letters

You can enter letters, for example, when you add names to the Phonebook, write text messages or enter WAP addresses.

Apart from the way you normally enter letters in your phone, using multitap text input, you can use

T9

Text Input for entering text messages and email, for example, if the input language you select supports this. T9

Text Input is a predictive input

method and is a quicker way to write texts. See “T9

Text Input” on page 15.

Input languages

Before you start entering letters, you need to select the input languages that you want to use when writing.

To select input languages

1. Scroll to Settings, Language, Input.

2. Scroll to the language that you want to use for entering letters and check each language you want.

3. Press

Ok

to exit the menu.

When writing, you can switch to one of your selected input languages by pressing

More and then

selecting Language. See “The list of options” on page 16.

Multitap text input

When saving names in the Phonebook or when writing WAP addresses, you enter letters using multitap text input. You press each key as many times as needed to show the letter you want. In the following example, we are going to write a name in the Phonebook.

To enter letters using multitap text input

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Manage Contact, Add Contact.

2. Press Add and then the appropriate key, – ,

or , repeatedly until the character you want appears in the display.

See the table of the Latin alphabet below:

Press… to get…

". , - ? !’ @ : ; / ( )1

A B C Å Ä Æ à Ç 2

Γ

D E F è É 3

∆ Φ

G H I ì 4

J K L 5

Λ

M N O Ñ Ö Ø ò 6

P Q R S ß 7

Π Σ

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Press…

More to get…

T U V Ü ù 8

W X Y Z 9

+ 0

Space

↵ ¶ for an options list to delete letters and numbers to shift between capital and lower-case letters press and hold to enter numbers

T9 Text Input

You can use T9™ Text Input when writing, for example, text messages and email. The T9™ Text

Input method uses a built-in dictionary that recognizes the most commonly used word for each sequence of key presses. This way, you press each key only once, even if the letter you want is not the first letter on the key.

To shift from multitap to T9 text input method

Press and hold .

-

Example:

• To enter an ‘A’, press once.

• To enter a ‘B’, quickly press twice.

• To shift between capital and lower-case letters, press

, then enter the letter.

Tip: You can also use the volume keys as a shortcut to certain letters:

To enter a ‘

B’, press the

volume key and press .

To enter a ‘

C’, press the

volume key and press

.

To enter letters using T9 Text Input

1. Scroll to Messages, Text, Write New.

2. For example, if you want to write the word “Jane”, press , , , .

3. If the word shown is the one you want:

• press to accept and add a space.

(To accept a word without adding a space, press .)

If the word shown is not the one you want:

• Press or repeatedly to view alternative words (candidates). Accept a word and add a space by pressing .

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If you do not find the word you want by pressing or :

• Press

More

to go to a list of options.

• Select Spell Word.

• Press and hold or delete one letter at a time by pressing repeatedly.

to delete the entire word,

• Write the new word using multitap text input and press

Insert

.

The word is added to the dictionary. The next time you enter the word, it appears as one of the alternative words.

4. Continue writing your message. See “Sending text messages” on page 45. Press

to enter a full stop/period. To enter other punctuation marks, press

and then or repeatedly. Accept by pressing .

Press and hold to select an input language.

• Insert Item – Pictures, melodies and sounds.

• Spell Word – Change the suggested word by using multitap text input.

• Text Format – Change style, size and alignment.

• Input Language– Change input language.

• Input Method – Change input method.

• Word Suggestions – Select to show a list of suggested words.

My Words – A list of words you have added to the dictionary.

• Help.

The list of options

If you press

More

when writing, you enter a list of options:

• Add Symbol – Symbols and punctuation marks such as ? and, are shown. Move between the symbols by using the joystick.

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Personalizing your phone

You can adjust the phone settings to suit your own requirements.

Note: If you change a setting which is included in a profile, the active profile is also changed.

See “Profiles” on page 24.

Themes

You can change the appearance of the display, for example, the colors and background picture, by using themes. Your phone comes with some pre-set themes. You can create new themes and download them to your phone.

For more information, visit www.SonyEricsson.com or wap.SonyEricsson.com.

To download a theme

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, More Themes.

2. Select a link.

To send a theme

You can exchange themes via IR, Bluetooth wireless technology, picture message or email. Please note that you are not allowed to exchange copyrightprotected material. For more information on sending

themes in messages, see “Messaging” on page 45.

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, Themes.

2. Select a theme, press

More

.

3. Select Send.

4. Select a transfer method.

To receive and save a theme

1. From standby, press

More

and select Turn On

Bluetooth or Turn On IR.

2. When you receive the theme, press

Save

to save it.

Pictures

Your phone comes with a number of pictures. You can:

• Download more pictures to your phone.

• Have a picture as wallpaper when in standby mode.

• Assign a picture to a contact in the Phonebook.

When that person calls, the picture appears in the display (provided your subscription supports the

Calling Line Identification service). See “To add a picture to a phonebook contact” on page 28.

• Insert a picture in a text message.

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All pictures are saved in My Pictures, in the Pictures

& Sounds menu.

You can also save animations in your phone. These are handled like pictures.

Note: Pictures deleted from My Pictures are also removed from your phonebook.

To download a picture

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, More Pictures.

2. Select a link.

Note: Animations must be in GIF format. Note that not all image sizes are supported.

Handling pictures

You can add, edit, or delete pictures in My Pictures.

The number of pictures that can be saved depends on the size of the pictures. File types supported are GIF,

JPEG and WBMP.

The pictures are shown in thumbnail view. To get a full view, press

View

.

To turn wallpaper on or off

Scroll to Settings, Display, Wallpaper, Activate.

To set a picture as wallpaper

1. Scroll to Settings, Display, Wallpaper, Select

Picture, .

2. Select a picture to accept.

To view your pictures

Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, My Pictures.

Tip: You can select Wallpaper by pressing

More when viewing pictures in My pictures.

Note: PC-based tools are available on www.SonyEricsson.com.

To delete a picture

1. Scroll to or display the picture.

2. Press

.

3. When prompted to delete the picture, press confirm.

to

To edit and save a picture

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, My Pictures.

2. Scroll to the picture you want,

More

.

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3. Scroll to Edit. You can now start to edit the picture if it is smaller than the screen size.

4. Press More

, select Save Picture. The picture is saved in My Pictures.

Press… to… select tool.

select a color.

Note: To edit pictures taken with the camera, you must select 120x160 as picture size.

To draw a picture

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, Draw Picture.

2. Select a type.

3. Select

Tool and choose the tool you want to work with. Activate the tool by pressing the joystick.

When editing or drawing a picture:

Tip: Press and hold the key for continuous key presses.

Note: Once you enlarge a picture, it will continue to enlarge until you deactivate the feature.

Press… to…

More navigate activate the current drawing tool.

view an options menu.

press and hold to exit the picture editor.

undo the last action.

Exchanging pictures

You can exchange pictures via IR, Bluetooth wireless technology, MMS or email. Please note that you are not allowed to exchange copyright-protected material. For more information on sending pictures

in messages, see “Messaging” on page 45. Save the

email address of a WAP album in your Phonebook and you can save pictures in that album if you send the pictures as attachments.

To send a picture

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, My Pictures. Scroll to the picture you want,

More

.

2. Select Send.

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3. Select a transfer method.

If you use infrared make sure that the infrared ports are facing each other.

To receive and save a picture

1. Scroll to Connect, Bluetooth, Turn On.

2. When you receive the picture, press Save to save it in My Pictures.

When you receive a picture in a text message or a picture message, a new message appears in your

Inbox. To save the picture in My Pictures, highlight the picture by moving the joystick to select it and press

Save

.

Screen saver

The phone has a screen saver, which is activated automatically when the phone has been in idle mode for a few seconds. After a few more seconds, the screen saver changes to sleep mode to save power.

To turn the screen saver On or Off, scroll to Settings,

Display, Screen Saver, Activate.

To use a picture as the screen saver

You select a picture saved in the phone and use it as the screen saver.

1. Scroll to Settings, Display, Screen Saver, Select

Picture.

2. Scroll to and select the picture you want to use as the screen saver.

3. Press

Select to accept.

Ring tones and melodies

Your phone comes with a number of ring tones and melodies. You can edit your own ring tones and melodies and send them to a friend in a text message.

It is also possible to exchange melodies via WAP,

Bluetooth wireless technology, IR or cable. Please note that you are not allowed to exchange copyrightprotected material. You can also download ring tones to your phone.

To select a ring tone

Scroll to Settings, Sounds and Alerts, Ring Sounds.

To download a ring tone

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, More Sounds.

2. Select a link.

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To set the ring tone volume

1. Scroll to Settings, Sounds and Alerts, Ring Volume.

2. Press

or to increase the volume. Press or

to decrease the volume.

3. Press Save

to save the setting.

• To turn the ring tone on or off, press and hold from standby.

All signals except the alarm and timer signals are turned off.

To compose a ring tone or melody

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, Music DJ.

2. Choose to insert a selection of pre-recorded music blocks. You can choose from four different selections.

3. Copy and paste these blocks to build up your melody.

4. Select More to play the melody and view other options.

Note: To edit your own melody, scroll to Pictures &

Sounds, My Sounds, select the melody and press

More

. Select

Edit

.

To send a melody

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, My Sounds.

2. Scroll to a melody,

More

.

3. Select Send.

4. Select a transfer method.

Note: To send a ring tone or melody in a text

message, see “To insert an item in a text message” on page 45.

Receiving melodies

You can receive a sound or melody via IR, Bluetooth wireless technology, text, picture message, or download it via WAP. When you receive the sound or melody, press

Save

to save it in My Sounds.

Increasing ring

You can choose a ring tone that rises in steps from the lowest volume to the highest.

To turn increasing ring On or Off,

Scroll to Settings, Sounds and Alerts, Increasing Ring.

Specific ring tones for personal calls

If you subscribe to the Two Line Service, you can set different ring tones for the two voice lines. Line 1 and Line 2 are displayed instead of Voice Calls.

If your subscription includes the Calling Line

Identification (CLI) service, you can assign a personal ring tone to up to ten callers.

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To set a specific ring tone for a caller

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Personal Rings, New Contact.

2. Select a contact.

3. Select a ring tone.

Sounds and alerts

You can choose to be notified of an incoming call by the buzzing of the vibrating alert. You can set the phone’s vibrating alert to one of the following:

• On – all the time.

• On If Silent – on when the ring volume is turned off or when you have set the phone to silent.

• Off – all the time.

Menu language

Most SIM cards automatically set the menu language to the language of the country where you bought your SIM card. If this is not the case, the preset language is English.

To change the menu language

1. Scroll to Settings, Language, Menu.

2. Select a language.

Display light

The display light can be set to automatic or on. In automatic mode, the display light is turned off a few seconds after your last key press.

• To set the display light, scroll to Settings, Display,

Light.

• To set the display contrast, scroll to Settings,

Display, Contrast.

To set the vibrating alert

1. Scroll to Settings, Sounds and Alerts, Vibrating

Alert.

2. Select the setting you want.

From the Settings, Sounds and Alerts menu, you can also select Message Alert, Key Sound and turn on the

Minute Minder.

If you turn on the minute minder, you hear a beep once every minute during a call.

Time settings

The time is always displayed in standby.

• To set the time, scroll to Settings, Time and Date,

Set Time.

You can choose a 12-hour clock or a 24-hour clock.

• To set the time format, scroll to Settings, Time and

Date, Time Format.

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Date

When the phone is in standby mode, you can press a volume key up or down to see today’s date in the

Status menu.You can set the date and date format in the Settings, Time and Date menu.

Answering mode

When using a portable handsfree kit, you can choose to answer a call by pressing any key (except the

No key) or set the phone to answer the call automatically.

• To select answering mode, scroll to Settings,

Handsfree, Answering Mode.

Start-up picture

When you turn your phone on or off, the Sony

Ericsson start-up animation appears in the display until fully powered on. Your operator’s own greeting may be shown instead.

Advanced time settings

Under Advanced in the Settings, Time and

Date menu, you can set time zone and daylight saving time. By changing these you also change the time.

When your phone changes network, and the time sent out from the operator deviates from the time in your phone, you are asked whether you want to update the time if you have turned on Auto Time

Zone. If you press

Yes

, the time is updated automatically.

To select a start-up picture

1. Scroll to Settings, Display, Start-Up Picture.

2. Select which start-up picture you would like.

My phone numbers

You can check your own mobile phone number(s).

• To check your phone number, scroll to Phonebook,

Special Numbers, My Numbers. If your number is not saved on your SIM card, you can enter it yourself.

Keypad lock

You can lock the keypad to avoid dialing a number by accident.

Note: Calls to the emergency number 911 can still be made, even when the keypad is locked.

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Automatic keylock

Automatic keylock means the keypad is locked

25 seconds after you last press a key.

• To lock the keypad manually, press

More in standby, and select * Lock keys.

example, when you go to a meeting, you can simply choose the Meeting profile and a number of settings, such as the ring tone, is turned off.

• To select a profile, scroll to Settings, Profiles,

Select Profile.

The keypad remains locked until you answer an incoming call or until you unlock the keypad manually.

• To unlock the keypad, press

Unlock and then .

My shortcuts

You can place your favorite functions that you want to reach quickly and easily in the My Shortcuts menu.

To change a profile setting

1. Scroll to Settings, Profiles, Edit Profile.

2. Select a setting.

3. Change the profile settings and press

Select

to confirm.

• To rename a profile, scroll to Settings, Profiles,

Edit Profile, Profile name:.

To add a function to my shortcuts

1. Scroll to My Shortcuts, Edit Shortcuts.

2. Select a function from the list by pressing Check

.

3. Enter the position number you want for this function in your menu and press

Ok

.

4. Press

Save

to exit the list.

You can reset all profile settings to the way they were set when you bought your phone.

• To reset all profiles, scroll to Settings, Profiles,

Reset Profiles.

Profiles

Your phone has a number of preset profiles which are set to suit a certain environment. You can rename, change and add accessories to these profiles. For

Automatic activation

Some profiles, for example In Car, are automatically activated when used with a specific accessory. When disconnected, the profile is changed back.

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Master reset

You can reset all the settings in the phone to the way they were when you bought your phone by selecting

Reset Settings.

If you also want to delete all contacts, messages and other personal data, select Reset All instead.

Calling

Before you can make or receive any calls, you must turn on the phone and be within range of a network.

See “Turning the phone on” on page 6.

To reset the phone

1. Scroll to Settings, Master Reset.

2. Select Reset Settings or Reset All.

Enter the phone lock code (0000 or the new code if you have changed it) and press

Ok

.

3. If you are sure you wish to reset, press Yes

to answer the Continue? prompt. If unsure, press

No

and the settings will remain unchanged.

Making calls

1. Enter the area code (if necessary) and the phone number.

2. Press

Call

to make the call.

3. Press End Call

to end the call.

Note: It is not necessary to dial "1" to make long distance calls.

To change the earpiece volume during a call

Use the volume keys on the side of the phone to increase or decrease the earpiece volume during a call.

To mute the microphone during a call

Press and hold until the display shows Muted..

Press and hold conversation.

again to resume the

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Automatic redialing

If the connection of the call failed and the display shows Retry?, press

Yes

. The phone re-dials the number (up to ten times):

• Until the call is connected.

• Until you press a key or receive a call.

Note: Do not hold the phone to your ear while waiting. When the call is connected, the phone gives out a loud signal.

Automatic redialing is not available for fax and data calls.

Making international calls

1. Press and hold display.

until a + sign appears in the

The + replaces the international prefix number of the country from which you are calling.

2. Enter the country code, area code (without the leading zero) and phone number,

Call

.

Making emergency calls

• Enter your emergency number, press

Call

.

Your phone supports the international emergency numbers, 911, 112 and 08. This means that these numbers can normally be used to make an emergency call in any country, with or without a SIM card inserted, if a GSM network is within range.

Note: Some network operators may require that a

SIM card is inserted, and in some cases that the PIN has been entered as well.

In some countries, other emergency numbers may also be promoted. Your operator may therefore have saved additional local emergency numbers on the

SIM card.

• To view your local emergency numbers, scroll to

Phonebook, Special Numbers, Emergency Nos.

Receiving calls

When you receive a call, the phone rings and the display shows Answer?.

If your subscription includes the Calling Line

Identification service and the caller’s number is identified, the number is displayed. If you have saved the number in the Phonebook, the name and number are displayed. If you have assigned a picture to a contact, the picture is displayed. If the number is a hidden number, the display shows Withheld.

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To answer a call

Press

Yes

To reject a call

Press

No

.

.

Call list

The numbers of the last 30 calls that you have made are saved in the call list. If your subscription includes the Calling Line Identification service and the caller’s number is identified, you will also find the numbers of answered and missed calls in the call list.

Note: The call will automatically be forwarded to voicemail if it is set up through your service provider.

To check your missed calls

1. Press Yes

to display the missed calls.

2. To call a number from the list, scroll to the number,

Call

.

To call a number from the call list

1. To enter the call list, press Calls

from standby.

2. Scroll to the number you want to call,

Call

.

Tip: You can also use your voice to answer or reject

calls. See “Voice control” on page 32.

Missed calls

If you have missed a call, Missed calls:x appears in standby. X indicates the number of missed calls.

• To clear the call list, scroll to Calls, Options, Clear

Call List.

• To turn the call list on or off, scroll to Calls, Options,

Call Listing.

Call priority service

You can request a certain priority when you make a call, if your subscription supports the call priority service.

The priority levels are defined by your operator and are normally within the range of 0 – 4, where 0 is the highest priority.

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To check or change your standard priority level

1. Scroll to Calls, Manage Calls, Default Priority.

2. The network sends available priority levels.

3. Select a priority level.

To change the priority for one call

1. Enter the phone number you want to call.

2. Scroll to Calls, Next Call, Call Priority.

3. Select a priority. The number is called.

To set the fields in contact information

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Options, Contact Info..

2. Press

Check/Uncheck

to select or clear fields.

If your Phonebook is empty, you are prompted to copy information from your SIM card. If you press

No

, you can add new contacts. If you press

Yes

, your contact list is copied from your SIM.

Phonebook

In the Phonebook you can store the information on your SIM card and on your phone. You have space for up to 510 numbers. You can save all the information needed to contact people. You can also set how much information you want to show for your contacts.

Entries saved as contacts are stored in your phone’s memory, not on your SIM card. To synchronize your

phone-based contact list with your PDA or PC, see

“Synchronization” on page 69.

To add a contact

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Manage Contact, Add Contact.

2. Scroll to the field you want to fill in,

Add

.

3. Enter the information, Ok

.

4. Select the next field and so on.

5. When you have entered the information, press

Save

.

Tip: To enter an unsaved number, press

Lookup when you are in a number field, and select a number in the unsaved numbers list.

Pictures, personal rings and voice commands

You can add a picture, personal ring tone and voice command to a contact.

To call a contact from your SIM card

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Call.

2. Enter the letter corresponding to the first letter of the contact you want to find,

Ok

.

3. Select the number you want to call.

To add a picture to a phonebook contact

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Pictures.

2. Enter the letter corresponding to the first letter of the contact you want to find,

Ok

.

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3. Scroll to the name, Ok

.

4. This takes you to My Pictures. Select a picture,

Yes

.

• Select Personal Rings to add a personal ring tone.

• Select Voice Commands to add a voice command.

To call a contact from your contact list

1. From standby, press and hold one of the number keys 2-9 to find a contact beginning with the first letter on that key (or closest following).

• For example, press and hold 5 to go to the first contact beginning with “J”. To go to a contact beginning with “L” press 5 three times after you have entered the list of contacts.

2. When the contact you want to call is highlighted, press

Select

.

3. Select the number you want to call, Call

.

Updating the phonebook

When needed, you can easily update or delete any contact information.

To edit a contact

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Manage Contact, Edit Contact.

2. Enter the letter corresponding to the first letter of the contact you want to find,

Ok.

3. Scroll to the name,

Edit

.

4. Select Edit Information.

5. Scroll to the field you want to fill in,

Edit

.

6. Enter the information, Ok

.

7. Select the next field and so on.

8. When you have entered the information, press Save

.

To delete a contact

• Scroll to Phonebook, Manage Contact, Delete

Contact. Then select the contact and press

Delete

.

Tip: You can also delete a contact by pressing when the contact is highlighted.

To delete all contacts

• To delete all contacts, scroll to Phonebook,

Advanced, Delete all?.

Note: Contacts that are saved on the SIM card are not deleted.

Default (standard) number

Each contact has a default phone number. The first phone number you link to a contact automatically becomes the default number. If you scroll to a certain contact in the Call Contact list and then press

Call

, the default number is highlighted.

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To set the default number

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Manage Contact, Edit Contact.

2. Enter the letter corresponding to the first letter of the contact you want to find,

Ok

.

3. Scroll to the name, Edit

.

4. Select Default Number. Highlight the number you want as default, press

Select

.

Business cards

You can add your own business card to the

Phonebook.

• To add your own business card, scroll to Phonebook,

Manage Contact, My Card. Then select Add.

Groups

You can create a group of contacts. By doing so, you can send messages to several recipients at the same

time. See “Sending text messages” on page 45.

Exchanging business cards

You can exchange business cards between your phone and another similar phone, a PDA or a PC, using Bluetooth wireless technology, the infrared port, text or picture message.

To create a group of contacts

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Manage Contact, Groups,

Add Group,

Add

.

2. Enter a name for the group, Ok

.

3. Select Add member.

4. Enter the letter corresponding to the first letter of the contact you want to find,

Ok

.

5. Select the contact.

6. Select a phone number.

7. Repeat steps 3-6 to add more members.

To send your business card

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Manage Contact, My Card,

Send.

2. Select a transfer method.

If you use infrared make sure that the infrared ports are facing each other.

When you receive a business card via a text message, you accept the card by pressing functions on.

Yes

. To be able to receive a business card using the infrared port or

Bluetooth wireless technology, you need to turn these

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To receive a business card

1. From standby, press

More

and scroll to Turn On

Bluetooth or Turn On IR.

2. When you receive the business card, press

Yes

.

To send a contact

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Manage Contact, Send

Contact.

2. Enter the letter corresponding to the first letter of the contact you want to find,

Ok

.

3. Scroll to the contact you want to send, Send

.

4. Select transfer method.

If you use infrared make sure that the infrared ports are facing each other.

To send all contacts

Scroll to Phonebook, Advanced, Send All and select a transfer method.

Copy contacts

You can copy the contacts between your phone’s memory and the SIM card. The number of phone numbers that can be saved depends on the type of

SIM card.

To copy contacts to the SIM card

Scroll to Phonebook, Advanced, Copy to SIM.

Note: Everything on the SIM card is replaced.

To copy contacts to the phone

Scroll to Phonebook, Advanced, Copy from SIM.

Tip: When you have selected a contact on the

SIM card in the Call menu, you can copy it to the phone by pressing

More

and then selecting

Copy to Phonebook.

Speed dialing

You can save the phone numbers that you want to reach easily in positions 1-9 on your SIM card.

To call any of these phone numbers from standby:

Enter the position number and press

Call

.

To change position numbers

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Advanced, Position List.

2. Select the phone number you wish to change.

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3. Select the position to which you want to move the phone number.

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to continue to move phone numbers.

5. When you have finished, press Back

.

Checking the memory

With the Memory status function in your Phonebook, you can check how many positions you have left in your memory for the phone, SIM, email and voice commands.

To check the memory

Scroll to Phonebook, Advanced, Memory Status.

Voice control

With your phone, you can use your voice to:

• Voice dial – call someone by saying the name and number type.

• Re-dial the last dialed number.

• Answer and reject calls when using a handsfree kit.

• Change profile.

• Record or listen to sound recordings by using voice commands.

• Activate the voice control by saying a “magic word”.

You can save approximately 50 recorded words as voice commands in the 40 seconds available. This also depends on what is saved in the memory with other functions. When recording, make sure you are in a quiet environment and try to use short words.

Before voice dialing

You must first turn on the name dialing function and record your voice commands.

To turn voice dialing on and record number types

1. Scroll to Settings, Voice Control, Voice Dialing.

2. Select On. Now you are going to record a voice command for each number type you use with your

Phonebook contacts, for example, “home” or “mobile”.

3. Instructions appear. Press Ok

.

4. Select a number type,

Select

.

5. Add voice? will appear. Press Yes

.

6. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say the command that you want to record. The voice command is played back to you.

7. If the recording sounds OK, press Yes

to save the voice command. If not, press

No

and repeat step 4.

8. Repeat steps 4 and 7 for each voice command you need.

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You also need to record voice commands for each contact name, for example, “John”.

To record a voice command for a contact name

1. Scroll to Settings, Voice Control, Voice Dialing, Edit

Names, Add voice.

2. Enter the letter corresponding to the first letter of the contact you want to find,

Ok

.

3. Select a contact.

4. Follow the instructions in the display.

An icon appears next to a contact name that has a voice command.

To make a call

1. From standby, press and hold a volume key for one second.

2. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say a name, for example “John”. The name is played back to you.

3. If you have several numbers for that contact, after a second tone, say the number type, for example,

“home”.

The number type is played back to you, and the call is connected.

Caller name

You can choose whether you want to hear the recorded contact name when you receive an incoming call from that contact.

• To turn the caller name On or Off, scroll to Settings,

Voice Control, Caller Name.

From standby, you can also initiate voice dialing, voice profiles and voice control of sound recordings by:

• Pressing and holding a volume key.

• Pressing the handsfree button (when using a portable handsfree or a Bluetooth headset).

• Saying the magic word. See “The magic word” on page 34.

Voice dialing

You can voice dial by saying a pre-recorded word.

Redialing

You can use your voice to redial the last dialed number, if you record a voice command for redialing.

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To turn on and to record a redial command

1. Scroll to Settings, Voice Control, Voice Redial.

2. Select On.

3. Instructions appear. Press

Ok

.

4. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say

“Redial”, or another word. If the recording sounds

OK, press

Yes

. If not, press

No

and repeat step 3.

To redial using a voice command

1. From standby, press and hold a volume key for one second.

2. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say

“Re-dial”. The voice command is played back to you and the last dialed number is called.

4. Instructions appear. Press Ok

.

5. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say

“Answer”, or another word. If the recording sounds

OK, press

Yes

. If not, press

No

and repeat step 5.

6. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say

“Busy”, or another word. If the recording sounds

OK, press

Yes

. If not, press

No

and repeat step 6.

To answer a call using voice commands

When the phone rings, say “Answer”.

The call is connected.

To reject a call using voice commands

When the phone rings, say “Busy”.

The call is rejected. The caller is forwarded to voicemail, if turned on, or hears a busy tone.

Voice answering

You can answer or reject incoming calls by using your voice, when using a portable handsfree or a car handsfree kit.

To turn on voice answering and record voice answer commands

1. Scroll to Settings, Voice Control, Voice Answer.

2. Select On.

3. Select the accessories you want to be able to use with voice answering by pressing

Check and then

Save

.

The magic word

You can record a magic word and use it as a voice command to allow total handsfree access to voice control. Instead of pressing a volume key, you say the magic word and then one of your recorded voice commands. The magic word is especially suitable when using a car handsfree kit.

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Tip: Choose a long, unusual word which can easily be distinguished from ordinary background speech.

5. Add voice? will appear. Press Yes

.

6. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say the profile name. Repeat steps 4 and 6 to record voice commands for the other profiles.

To turn on and record the magic word

1. Scroll to Settings, Voice Control, Magic Word.

2. Select On.

3. Select the accessories you want to be able to use with the magic word by pressing

4. Instructions appear. Press

5. Press Ok again.

Ok

Check

.

and then

Save

.

6. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say the magic word.

To change a profile using voice commands

1. From standby, press and hold a volume key for one second.

2. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say the profile command for the required profile.

The profile command is played back to you and the current profile is changed.

Tip: Turn off the magic word when you no longer need total handsfree access in order to save battery power.

Sound recordings

Instead of using the menus, you can record voice commands to start or to listen to a recording.

Changing profiles

If you record voice commands for your profiles, you can change profile with your voice.

To turn on and record profile commands

1. Scroll to Settings, Voice Control, Voice Profiles.

2. Select On.

3. Instructions appear. Press Ok

.

4. Select a profile.

To turn on and record recording commands

1. Scroll to Settings, Voice Control, Record Sound.

2. Select On.

3. Instructions appear. Press Ok

.

4. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say

“Record”, then press

Yes

.

5. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say

“Play”, then press

Yes

.

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To start a recording using a voice command

1. From standby, press and hold a volume key for one second.

2. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say

“Record”. The voice command is played back to you and a tone indicates that the recording has begun.

3. To end the recording, press Stop

.

To listen to recording using a voice command

1. From standby, press and hold a volume key for one second.

2. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say

“Play”. The voice command is played back to you.

3. Listen to your recordings. Press Stop

to stop.

Editing your voice commands

You can keep all your voice commands up to date by re-recording them or deleting the ones you do not use. See the following example:

To re-record a voice command

1. Scroll to Settings, Voice Control, Voice Profiles,

Edit Commands.

2. Select a voice command.

3. Select Replace Voice.

To listen to a recorded voice command, select

Play Voice.

4. Lift the phone to your ear, wait for the tone and say the command.

You can also edit the voice command for a contact name in Phonebook, Manage Contact, Edit Contact.

Tips when recording and using voice commands

If your phone cannot detect speech, one of the following might have happened:

• You spoke too softly – try speaking louder.

• You held the phone too far away – hold it as you do during a call.

• The voice command was too short – it should be around one second long and more than one syllable.

• You spoke too late or too soon – speak immediately after the tone.

• You did not record the voice command when the handsfree was attached – for voice control with a handsfree kit, record when the handsfree is attached.

• You used another intonation – use the same intonation as you did when recording the voice command.

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Voicemail

If your subscription includes an answering service, callers can leave a voicemail message when you cannot answer a call.

Receiving a voicemail message

Depending on your network operator, you are informed that someone has left a message by a text message or by a voicemail indication. Press

Yes

to read the message.

You can check the duration of your last call, outgoing calls and the total time.

• To check the call time, scroll to Calls, Time & Cost,

Call Timers and select an option. To reset the call time meter, select Reset Timers.

You can check the cost of your last call and the total cost of your calls.

• To check the call cost, scroll to Calls, Time & Cost,

Call Costs and select an option. To reset the call cost meter, select Clear Total Cost.

Calling your voicemail service

You can easily call your voicemail service by pressing and holding , if you have saved your voicemail number in the phone. You get the number from your service provider.

• To enter the number, scroll to Messages, Options,

Voicemail Number

Call time and cost

During a call, the duration of the call is shown in the display. If you subscribe to cost information, the call cost (or the number of call units) is displayed.

Note: If you subscribe to cost information, you must enter your PIN2 to clear the cost or time counter.

Setting the call cost

You can use the Tariff function to specify the price per call unit. If you do not specify a price per call unit, the number of call units appears.

To enter the price per call unit

1. Scroll to Calls, Time & Cost, Call Costs, Set Rate.

2. Enter your PIN2, Ok

.

3. Select Change,

Ok

.

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4. Enter the code for the currency you want, (for example

USD for U.S. Dollars),

Ok

.

5. Enter the price per call unit, Ok

.

To enter a decimal point, press .

Credit limit for calls

You can enter a total amount of money that can be used for making calls. When the amount reaches zero, no more calls can be made. Please note that the credit limit is only an estimated value.

To set a credit limit

1. Scroll to Calls, Time & Cost, Call Costs, Set Credit.

2. Enter your PIN2,

Ok

.

3. Select Change, Ok

.

4. Enter an amount,

Ok

.

Forwarding calls

If you cannot answer incoming voice, fax or data calls, you can forward them to another number, for example your answering service.

For voice calls, you can choose between the following forward alternatives:

• Always Forward – forward all voice calls.

• When Busy – forward calls if you are already on the phone.

• Not Reachable – forward calls if your phone is turned off or if you are unreachable.

• No Reply – forward calls that you do not answer within a specified time limit (operator-dependent).

Note: When the Restrict Calls function is on, some

Forward Calls options cannot be activated. For

more information on restricting calls, see

“Restricted dialing” on page 42.

To turn on Call Forward

1. Scroll to Calls, Forward Calls.

2. Select a call category and then a forward alternative.

3. Select Activate.

4. Enter the phone number to which you want your calls to be forwarded and press

Ok

, or retrieve it from the Phonebook. When the icon is displayed,

Call forward it turned on.

To turn off Call Forward

To turn off a call forward, select a forward option and select Cancel.

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To check status

• Scroll to Calls, Manage Calls, Forward Calls. Select a call type. Scroll to the forward you want to check.

Select Get Status.

• To check the status of all call forwards, select Check

All in the Forward Calls menu.

More than one call

You can handle more than one call simultaneously. For example, you can put an ongoing call on hold, while you make or answer a second call, and then switch between the two calls.

Note: You can only put one call on hold.

Receiving a second call

• To answer the second call and put the ongoing call on hold, press

Answer

.

• To reject the second call and continue the ongoing call, select Busy.

• Select Release & Answer to answer the second call and to end the ongoing call.

Call waiting service

If the call waiting service is on, you hear a beep in the earpiece if you receive a second call during an ongoing call.

• To turn the call waiting service on or off, scroll to

Calls, Manage Calls, Call Waiting.

Handling two calls

When you have one ongoing call and one call on hold, you can do the following:

• Press Switch Calls to switch between the two calls.

• Press the center of the joystick and then select Join

Calls to join the two calls into a conference call.

• Press the center of the joystick and then select

Transfer Call, to connect the two calls. You are disconnected from both calls.

• Press

End Call

to end the ongoing call, then press the right softkey twice.

• Press

End Call

twice to end both calls.

To make a second call

1. Press Hold Call to put the ongoing call on hold.

2. Enter the number you want to call and press

Call

, or retrieve a number from the Phonebook.

Note: You cannot answer a third call without ending one of the first two calls.

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Conference calls

In a conference call, you can have a joint conversation with up to five other people.

You can also put a conference on hold and make another call.

To add a new participant

1. Press Hold Call to put the conference call on hold.

2. Call the next person you wish to include in the conference call.

3. Press the center of the joystick, select Join Calls,

Yes

.

Repeat steps 1 to 3 to include more participants.

To release a participant

1. Press the center of the joystick, select Release Party,

Yes

.

2. Select the participant and press

Select

.

Note: There may be additional charges for calls involving multiple parties. Contact your service provider for more information.

Creating a conference call

To create a conference call, you must first have one ongoing call and one call on hold.

To join the two calls into a conference call

• Press the center of the joystick,

Yes

, Join Calls,

Yes

.

To end the conference call

• Press

End Call

.

Having a private conversation

You can have a private conversation with one of the participants and put the other participants on hold.

• Press the center of the joystick, then select Extract

Part to select the participant that you want to talk with.

• Select Join Calls to resume the conference call.

Two voice lines

Your phone may have two voice lines with different phone numbers. This may be useful if, for example, you want to keep business and private calls on separate lines.

• To select a line, scroll to Calls, Next Call.

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All outgoing calls are made on this line until you change it. Incoming calls can still be received on either line.

You can change the names of the lines, and have different settings for each line, for example, different ring tones.

• To change the name of a line, scroll to Settings,

Display, Edit Line Tags.

To turn the calling card service on or off

1. Scroll to Calls, Time & Cost, Calling Cards, Use

Calling Cards.

2. Enter your phonelock code,

Ok

(the default phone lock code is 0000).

3. Select On or Off,

Ok

.

Calling card calls

You can use the calling card service to redirect the cost of a call to a credit card or a calling card account, instead of your normal account. This may be useful, for example, when making long distance calls.

You can save two separate calling card numbers.

The numbers and the codes associated with them are protected by the phonelock code.

Before making a calling card call, you need to select and activate a card.

Note: You cannot use the calling card service for fax and data calls.

To save a card number

1. Scroll to Calls, Time & Cost, Calling Cards,

My Cards.

2. Enter your phonelock code, Ok

.

3. Select New Card.

Enter the card settings (the access number and name of the calling card server, and the verification code).

You get this information from your card provider.

Select which you want to send first – the number that you want to call, or the verification code.

To select a card

1. Scroll to Calls, Time & Cost, Calling Cards,

My Cards.

2. Enter your phone lock code,

Ok

.

3. Select a card.

4. Select Activate Card.

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To make a calling card call

1. Enter the phone number of the person you want to call or retrieve the number from the Phonebook.

2. Press

More

and select Use Calling Cards.

The access number of the calling card server is called. During the connecting phase, you are asked to send the phone number you want to call and the verification code.

3. Press Yes

when the display shows Send called number?, or wait a few seconds and the number and code are sent automatically.

Restricted dialing

You can use the restrict calls service to restrict outgoing and incoming calls. This may be useful, for example, when you are abroad. To use this service, you need a password which you get from your service provider.

Note: If you forward incoming calls, you cannot activate some Restrict Calls options.

The following calls can be restricted:

• All Outgoing – All outgoing calls.

• Outgoing Intl. – All outgoing international calls.

• Outg. Intl. Roam – All outgoing international calls except to your home country.

• All Incoming – All incoming calls.

• Inc. when Roam – All incoming calls when you are abroad (when roaming).

Fixed Dialing

The fixed dialing function allows calls to be made only to certain numbers saved on the

SIM card. Fixed dialing requires a SIM card that allows fixed numbers to be saved. The fixed numbers are protected by your PIN2.

Note: Calls to the emergency numbers can still be made, even when the fixed dialing function is on.

• Partial numbers can be saved. For example, saving

0123456 allows calls to be made to all numbers starting with 0123456.

• Numbers with question marks can be saved. For example, saving 01234567?0, allows calls to be made to numbers from 0123456700 to 0123456790.

To enter a question mark, press and hold .

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To turn fixed dialing on or off

1. Scroll to Phonebook, Options, Fixed Dialing.

2. Enter your PIN2, Ok

.

3. Select On or Off.

• To call outside a Closed User Group, select Calls,

Manage Calls, Closed Groups, Open Calls and then select On.

Accept calls

With the accept calls service, you can choose to receive calls only from certain numbers. Other calls are automatically rejected by a busy tone. The phone numbers of calls you have rejected are saved in the

Call List.

• To save a fixed number, scroll to Phonebook, Special

Numbers, Fixed Numbers. Select New Number and enter the information.

Closed user groups

The Closed User Group function is a way of lowering call costs. On some networks it is cheaper to make calls within a call group. You can save ten groups.

To add numbers to the accepted callers list

1. Scroll to Calls, Manage Calls, Accept Calls,

Accepted List.

2. Scroll to New, Add

.

This takes you to the Phonebook or Groups.

3. Select an entry.

• To select an accept option, scroll to Calls, Manage

Calls, Accept Calls, Accept Options.

To activate a group

1. Scroll to Calls, Manage Calls, Closed Groups,

Edit List.

2. Select a group.

3. Select Activate.

Calls can only be made within the selected group.

Networks

When you turn on the phone, it automatically selects your home network if this is within range. If it is not within range, you may use another network, provided your network operator has an agreement that allows you to do so. This is called roaming.

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You can select the network you want to use, or you can add a network to your list of preferred networks. You can also change the order in which networks are selected during an automatic search.

For all such options, scroll to Connect, GSM

Networks.

Tone signals

You can use telephone banking services or control an answering machine by sending tone signals (also known as DTMF tones or touch tones) during a call.

• To send the tones, press the number keys 0-9,

and .

• To clear the display after the call is finished, press .

• To enter a pause, press 7.

Notepad

You can use the phone to make a note of a phone number during a call. When you press the number keys, the person you are talking to hears tone signals. To turn these tone signals off during the call, press the center of the joystick and select Turn Off

Tones. When you end the call, the number remains in the display. You can then call the number by pressing

Call

.

Showing or hiding your number

If your subscription supports the Calling

Line Identification Restriction (CLIR) service, you can hide your phone number when making a call.

To show or hide your phone number

1. Enter the phone number you want to call.

2. Press More

and select Hide My Number or

Show My Number.

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Messaging

Your phone supports various messaging services - text messaging (SMS), chat messaging, multimedia and email. Please contact your service provider for details of which services you can use. For more information

about text, see “Entering letters” on page 14.

3. Enter the number, including the international “+” sign and country code,

Ok

.

Sending text messages

For information about entering letters, see

“Entering letters” on page 14.

Text messaging

Text messages can be sent to one person, several recipients or to a group of recipients that you have

saved in the Phonebook. See “Groups” on page 30.

Text messages can also contain pictures, animations, melodies and sounds.

To write and send a text message

1. Scroll to Messages, Text, Write New.

2. Write your message,

Continue

.

3. Enter the recipient’s phone number, or retrieve a number or a group from the Phonebook by pressing

Lookup

.

4. Press

Send

.

Before you start

• First make sure that the number of your service center is set. The number is supplied by your service provider and is usually saved on the SIM card.

To set the service center number

1. Scroll to Messages, Text, Options, Service Centers.

If the service center number is saved on the SIM card, it appears in the display.

2. If there is no number in the list, select Add New, Add

.

Note: If you send a text message to a group, you are charged for each member of that group.

To insert an item in a text message

1. Scroll to Messages, Text, Write New.

2. While writing your message press More

.

3. Select Insert Item.

4. Select Picture, Sound, Melody, Animation or Picture

(other).

5. Select an item, yes

.

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Text formatting

You can change the style (bold, italics, etc.), size and alignment of the text, and create new paragraphs, in a text message.

To format the text in a text message

1. Scroll to Messages, Text, Write New.

2. Write the text message. Press More

.

3. Select Text Format. Then select Text Size, Text Style,

Alignment or New Paragraph.

4. Select a text format,

Ok

.

Receiving text messages

When you receive a text message, the phone gives you an audible signal and the message Read now? appears in the display.

Press

Yes

to read the text message, or

No

if you want to read the message later. You may not receive all parts of a long message at the same time.

• While reading the text message you can, for example, start a chat session with the sender or go to a WAP address found in the text message.

When you have read the text message, press

More

to view a list of options.

Press to close the text message.

Calling a number in a text message

You can call a phone number that appears in a text message.

• Select the phone number using the joystick,

Call

.

Saving incoming text messages

Incoming text messages are saved in the phone memory. When the phone memory is full, incoming text messages can be saved on the SIM card.

Messages that you have saved on the SIM card remain there until you delete them.

To save from a text message

When the phone number, WAP address, picture, animation or melody is highlighted, press

More

.

Then select

Save

.

• A picture or animation is saved in My Pictures.

• A melody is saved in My Sounds.

• A phone number is saved in Phonebook.

• A WAP address is saved in Bookmarks.

Long messages

A text message can contain up to 160 characters.

You can send a longer message by linking two or more messages. Please note that you are charged for each message within a linked message.

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• To turn long messages on, select Long Messages from the Messages, Text, Options menu, then select On.

Note: Check with your service provider for the maximum number of messages that can be combined to form one long message.

• SMS Type – The phone supports different types of messages. Your service provider may offer the facility of converting a text message into a format (email or fax, for example) that suits the equipment that is going to receive the message.

• Status Request – Check if a message has been delivered.

Templates

If you have one or more messages that you send often, you can save these as templates. There are five predefined templates in your phone, but you can also create your own.

To set a default message option

1. Scroll to Messages, Text, Options.

2. Select an option.

To turn set on send on or off

Repeat steps 1 and 2 above, then select Set on Send.

To create a template

1. Scroll to Messages, Text, Templates, New Template,

Add

.

2. Write the message, Ok

.

3. Press

Yes

if you want to send the message now.

Press

No

to save the template.

To check the status of a sent message

Scroll to Messages, Text, Sent Items, select a text message, View Status.

Message options

You can set a default value for the message options below, or you can turn on the Set on send option which means that you choose the settings each time you send a message.

Picture Messages

Picture messages can contain text, pictures and sounds and are sent via MMS

(Multimedia Messaging Service). You must have a subscription that supports MMS or use a 3rd party MMS provider. The recipient must also have

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an MMS-enabled subscription. Picture messages can be sent to a mobile phone and email account.

You can also send contacts, calendar entries, sound recordings and notes as attachments.

Before you start

Before sending a picture message, make sure that:

• The number to your service center is set. To set the message server number, scroll to Messages, Picture,

Options, Message Server.

• You have entered the WAP settings. Scroll to

Messages, Picture, Options, WAP Profile and select

Select or Create New. To create a WAP profile, see

“Setting up WAP and Email” on page 56. Your

operator can automatically download all the settings you need.

To compose and send MMS

1. Scroll to Messages, Picture, Create New.

The following options appear:

• Picture – From My Pictures.

• Text – Write a message.

• Sound – From My Sounds.

• Camera – From the Camera.

• Recording – Record a message to accompany the picture.

• Page Options – Start a new page.

2. Select an option.

3. Press

Add to continue composing the message.

4. Press More for the following options:

• Send – Send the message.

• Preview – View the message before sending.

• Preview Page – View the page in the message.

• Page Timing – Set the duration in seconds that the page will be shown on the recipient’s display.

• Wallpaper – Set the background color.

• Delete Page – Remove a page.

5. Select Send

.

6. Enter a recipient’s phone number or press

Lookup to retrieve it from the phonebook.

7. Press

Send

.

Note: If you entered the number manually, press proceed to go to “Advanced send options”.

Send options

Before sending MMS, you can set different options.

• To edit an option, scroll to Messages, Picture,

Options.

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Advanced send options

You can enter more information to accompany the message as follows:

• To: – Phone number or email address. These can be selected from the Phonebook.

• Subject: – Write a title,

Yes

.

• Cc: – Phone number or email address.

• Bcc: – Phone number or email address.

• Attachments: – Add your own card, a business card or a melody from My Sounds.

• Priority: – High, normal, low.

• Delivery report: – Turn on or off.

• Read report: – Turn on or off.

Tip: You can base your message on one of the predefined templates.

To use a pre-defined template for a picture message

1. Scroll to Messages, Picture, Templates.

2. Select a template and press Add

to make changes.

Receiving picture messages

When you receive a picture message, the phone beeps and the message Read now? appears in the display. Press

Yes

to read the message.

Note: You can receive and store a maximum of

20 messages. You may have to delete old messages before you can receive new ones.

Restrict messages

From the Messages, Picture, Options, Restrict

Messages, Home Network or Roaming Network select one of the following:

• Allow – Your phone automatically downloads messages to your phone as soon as they come to your operator’s server. This is default.

• Always Ask – You will be prompted to download or to keep it on the server.

• Restrict – New messages appear in the box as icons.

No prompt is received with the message.

• From the Messages, Picture, Options, Restrict

Messages, Filter, select the type of message you want to reject automatically:

• Advertisements

• Anonymous

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Mobile chat

The mobile chat function works in the same way as a chat on the Internet. You can choose a nickname that will appear in the recipient’s display each time you send a chat message.

• Write your chat message reply and press

Send

.

• To suspend a chat session, press .

• To resume a chat session, scroll to Messages, Chat,

Resume

• To end a chat session, scroll to Messages, Chat, End.

Note: This feature is operator dependent.

• To reject a chat message, press

No

.

To enter a chat nickname

1. Scroll to Messages, Chat.

2. Select Nickname.

3. Enter your nickname (maximum of 6 characters),

Ok

.

If you receive a new chat message while another chat session is ongoing, press

Yes

to end the ongoing session and start the new one.

To start a chat session

1. Scroll to Messages, Chat, Start New.

2. Enter the recipient’s phone number, or retrieve it from the Phonebook by pressing

Lookup

.

3. Write your message,

Send

.

Receiving a chat session invitation

When you receive a chat session invitation, the phone gives you an audible signal and the message

New chat message arrived. Chat now? appears in the display.

• To read the chat message, press

Yes

.

Area information

Area information is a type of text message

(for example, a local traffic report) that is sent to all subscribers in a certain network area. When you receive an area information message, the message automatically appears in the display. You cannot save area messages. Please consult your service provider for more information about area information codes.

• To turn area information on or off, scroll to Messages,

Area Info., Reception.

• To enter an area information code, scroll to

Messages, Area Info., Message List, Add New

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Cell information

The cell information channel is used by some network operators to send messages to their subscribers within a certain network area.

• To turn on the channel, scroll to Messages, Area Info.,

Cell Information.

Email

You can use your phone to send and receive email messages. Please note that you need a subscription that supports data transmission. For more information, consult your service provider.

To write and send an email message

1. Scroll to Messages, Email, Write New.

2. Select:

• To: – Then add name, enter an email address, or retrieve an email address from the Phonebook. To retrieve a saved address from the Phonebook or received messages in your inbox, press

Lookup and select either Phonebook or Archive. When you have finished adding recipients, press

No

to return to writing an email message.

• Cc: – If you want to send a copy of the message to someone.

• Priority: – Set the message priority.

• Subject: – Write a title,

Ok

.

• Text: – Write your message,

Ok

.

• Attachments: – Add pictures to a message.

Before you start

First make sure that you have:

• Set up a data account. See “Data account” on page 58.

• Set up and select an email account. See “Email account settings” on page 62.

Sending and receiving email messages

The Send & Receive option offers the fastest way to send email messages saved in the Outbox and to check for new email messages.

To retrieve a number from the phonebook or archive press

Lookup

.

When you have finished, press

Done

.

3. Select one of the following:

• Send Now – The email message is sent.

• Send w. Attach. – You can attach a picture from

My Pictures or from a digital camera connected via IR. Select a picture and press

Send

.

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• Save to Outbox – The email message is saved in the Outbox.

• Save to Drafts – The email message is saved in the Drafts folder.

• Send & Receive in the Email menu – All email messages in the Outbox are sent.

To reply to an email message

1. Open the email message.

2. Place the cursor in the text and press More

.

3. Select Reply or Reply All.

4. Select Write New or Include This Msg. to include the received message.

5. Write a message.

Note: Attachments are not saved to the Drafts folder and must be re-inserted before sending.

To save an email address or a phone number

• When the email address or phone number is highlighted, select

Save

.

To receive and read email messages

1. Scroll to Messages, Email, Send & Receive

2. When the email messages have been downloaded to the phone, scroll to Messages, Email, Inbox to read them.

Archiving

You can archive an email message in order to read it later. You can archive only as much text as the display shows.

Note: The phone can save up to six complete email messages depending on size or you can download

headers only. See “Email account settings” on page 62. All email messages are also saved on your

email server.

An arrow in the top or bottom right corner indicates that there are more messages on the server.

To archive an email message

1. Open the email message.

2. Make sure that the text you want to archive is visible in the display.

3. Place the cursor in the text and press

More

.

4. Select Copy to Archive The text can be found in the

Archive submenu.

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To delete an email message (POP3 users)

1. Scroll to Messages, Email, Inbox.

2. Scroll to the message and press More

.

3. Select Mark To Delete. The message is deleted the next time you connect to your email server by selecting Send & receive.

To delete email messages (IMAP4 users)

1. Scroll to Messages, Email, Inbox.

2. Scroll to the message and press

More

.

3. Select Mark To Delete The message is marked for deletion on the server.

4. Select Purge Inbox.

5. The message is deleted the next time you connect to your email server by selecting Send & Receive.

Camera

Your mobile phone has a digital camera. You can take pictures and send them as picture messages.

To do this, you need a subscription that supports this service. Please check with your network operator.

You can also use a picture as a screen saver or as wallpaper, or save it together with a contact in your phonebook so that the picture appears when that

person calls. See “To add a picture to a phonebook contact” on page 28.

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Taking pictures

There are different ways to take a picture. You can scroll to Camera and hold the phone as shown in the illustration. You can see the subject in the phone display. Press

Capture to take the picture.

Press the camera button on the side of the phone to activate the camera. Hold the phone as shown in the illustration. You can see the image in the phone display. Press the camera button again to take the picture.

Tip: For best results, hold the phone 2 feet away from your face.

Tip: For best results, hold the phone still for

1 second during capture mode.

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You can also take a self-portrait. Hold the phone as shown in the illustration. You can see your reflection in the mirror provided. Press the camera button on the side of the phone to activate the camera. Press the camera button again to take the picture.

To attach the mirror to your phone

1. Remove the back cover and rubber plug from the phone.

2. Place the mirror in the opening and press down to secure it.

Options

When the camera is activated, press

More

for the following options.

My Pictures – View all your pictures.

Picture Size – Choose between 288x352 or 120x160.

Night Mode – Use in poor lighting conditions.

Effects – Select different effects for your picture.

Default Name – Create a name for your picture.

Self-Timer – The picture is taken approximately

10 seconds later. You will be prompted with audio beeps when the phone is preparing to take the picture. You must reset the timer after every picture.

Note: All phones that support pictures can receive the picture size 120x160. Some phones that support pictures cannot receive the picture size 288x352.

The best picture size to view on a PC is 288x352.

Saving and deleting pictures

When you have taken a picture, you can save it to

My Pictures.

If Memory full. appears, you cannot save any more pictures until you have deleted an item from the phone’s memory.

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Picture messaging

Before you send a picture message, you need to enter your service center number and WAP settings in your phone. Your network operator provides you

with the settings. See “Setting up WAP and Email” on page 56. The phone that you are sending the

picture to needs to support data transmission and pictures in order to receive and show the picture.

To take and send a picture

1. Scroll to Camera.

2. Take a picture by pressing

Capture

.

3. Press Send to select a sending option.

4. Highlight one of the following send options:

• As MMS

• As Email

• Via Bluetooth

• Via Infrared

5. Press Select

.

Setting up WAP and Email

In order to use the Internet, browse via Internet

Services or send and receive picture and email messages, the following are required:

1. A phone subscription that supports data transmission.

2. Settings entered in your phone.

• Your settings may already be entered when you buy your phone.

• You can receive settings in a text message from your network operator or service provider.

Settings are also available at www.SonyEricsson.com/

• You can set up with the wizard in Connect, WAP

Options, WAP Profiles, New Profile. The wizard is also started when you try to access the Internet without having configured a profile.

3. You may also have to register as a WAP/email user with your service provider or network operator.

Note: Some settings are not necessarily mandatory.

Please consult your network operator or service provider for more information.

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Receive settings in a text message

Your GSM network operator or Internet service provider may be able to send the required data account, WAP and email settings direct to your phone in a text message.

Set up with the wizard

If your phone is not set up for WAP, you can ask your network operator or service provider to provide you with WAP settings information. Then you can simply use the wizard in your phone to help guide you through the relevant settings.

Note: The wizard starts automatically if no WAP settings exist in your phone.

• A name for the data account.

• For GSM enter phone number and for GPRS enter

APN (Access point name address) – the address of the external data network you want to connect to, either an IP address or a text string.

• Use your user ID to log on to the external data network.

• Use your password to log on to the external data network.

• Save the new data account.

• Select the new data account to be used.

8. Enter IP address for the gateway.

9. Save the new profile.

Enter or edit settings manually

You can manually enter or edit settings information from your network operator or service provider.

To set up using the wizard

1. Scroll to Internet services, and select a homepage

(for example Sony Ericsson).

2. Create now? appears. Press Yes

.

3. Enter a name for the profile. Press

Ok

.

4. Select Connect Using. Press Edit

.

5. Select New Account. Press

Add

.

6. Select an account type, GSM Data or GPRS Data.

7. Select New Account, and press

Edit

, enter the following:

To create profile settings manually

1. Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, WAP Profiles.

2. Select New Profile and press Add

to create a new profile, or select an existing profile and press

Edit to edit an existing profile.

• See steps 3 - 7 in “To set up using the wizard” on page 57.

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Note: If no settings exist, you must enter data account (connection settings) as well as WAP profile settings.

• Enter your user ID for the WAP gateway.

• Enter your password for the WAP gateway.

• See WAP security.

• View pictures while browsing.

3. Enter or edit settings until all required information is entered. Press

Save

.

To edit profile settings

1. Scroll to Connect,

WAP Options, WAP Profiles.

2. Select an existing profile and press existing profile.

Edit to edit an

Data account

You may want to create or edit an existing data account.

To create a data account manually

1. Scroll to Connect,

Data Comm., Data Accounts.

2. See steps 5 - 7 in “To set up using the wizard” on page 57.

When editing a profile, you can do the following:

• Change the name of the profile.

• Select data account.

• Enter, Select, ChangeWAP gateway server address.

• Add more profile settings, see below.

• Remove the profile.

To edit a data account

1. Scroll to Connect, Data Comm., Data Accounts.

2. Select a data account.

3. Select

Edit

.

4. Select the setting you want to edit.

5. Repeat step 4 for other settings you want to edit.

If you select Advanced settings you can also do the following:

• Enter the address of the WAP site you want to have as your homepage.

• Select an alternative data account, if the first fails.

More settings information

To use the WAP browser, via a WAP service provider, you need settings for:

• a specific data account for WAP, and a WAP profile.

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To use email messaging, via an Internet service provider, you need settings for:

• a specific data account for email, and an email account.

To send a text message to an email address via your network operator, you need to set:

• an email gateway phone number.

Descriptions

A data account includes connection settings for access to an Internet server at your service provider.

A WAP profile includes user settings that allow browsing and picture messaging.

An email account includes user settings that allow email messaging direct from your phone, such as those provided by your Internet service provider.

Alternatively, Email via WAP includes user settings that also allow email messaging, such as those provided by your Internet service provider. However, this is set up on your service provider’s WAP site.

Note: Check with your WAP service provider if their site supports email.

WAP profile

The WAP settings are stored in a WAP profile.

In most cases, you only need to use one profile to access the Internet.

You set up and use additional WAP profiles, for example, when accessing secure Internet sites, such as a banking site or a corporate intranet. You then simply switch between profiles when you need to

change the network connection. See “To set up using the wizard” on page 57 for more information.

Data account

You can have several data accounts saved in your phone with different settings for different purposes.

The main setting for a data account is the connection method.

Data account settings can be created with the

wizard. See “Set up with the wizard” on page 57.

You can choose either GSM Data or GPRS Data account types.

Note: Please contact your network operator for charging details.

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GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) allows access where you can always be online.

Note: You need a subscription that supports GPRS.

GPRS settings that are available:

• APN – the address of the external data network you want to connect to, either an IP address or a text string.

• Your user ID to log on to the external data network.

• Your password to log on to the external data network.

• Password request – if this setting is on, you are asked for a password each time you log on to the external data network.

• Preferred service – if you want to be able to accept incoming calls during a GPRS session, select Automatic. If not, select GPRS Only.

• The IP address that the phone uses when communicating with the network. If you do not enter an address, the network provides you with a temporary IP address.

• If the network does not provide the IP address to the DNS server automatically, you may enter it here.

• Advanced settings – these are optional. Consult your network operator.

GSM settings include some settings that are similar to GPRS settings and some that are GSM specific as follows:

• The phone number of your Internet service provider.

• Select the speed you want for the connection.

• Select analog connection.

Note: If you want to change access type, you have to create a new data account and select the access type you want to use.

Preferred service

You can set GPRS or GSM as the preferred service.

To select preferred mode

• Scroll to Connect, Data Comm., Preferred Service and select GPRS and GSM or GSM Only.

WAP security

Your phone has support for WAP secure browsing.

When you turn on security, the connection between your phone and the WAP gateway is secure.

Note: Security for a connection between a WAP gateway and a WAP service provider is the responsibility of the WAP service provider.

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To turn on a secure connection

1. Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, WAP Profiles.

2. Select the profile to be used. Press Edit

.

3. Select Advanced, Security.

4. Select On or Off.

Security module (Locks)

The security module is located on the SIM card, if your network operator or service provider supplies such a service. It can contain both certificates and your private keys. The security module is protected by a special access PIN and your phone asks you for it when establishing a secure connection.

To enter the access PIN (for the security module) and the signature PIN

• Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, Security, Locks.

Digital signatures

You can sign a contract with your phone by entering a digital signature PIN as if signing with a pen on paper. Digital signature records can be traced back to your private key through a certificate that is used for signing a contract.

All transactions (signed contracts) made with your phone when browsing are stored in your phone.

To check your contracts

• Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, Security, Contracts.

Trusted certificates and Client certificates

To establish a secure connection when using certain

WAP services, for example banking or WAP shopping, you need certificates in your phone.

• The different types of certificates are as follows:

1. Server certificates are used to identify a WAP gateway to the phone and to show that it is certified by a trusted authority. The server certificate is checked against trusted certificates that are stored in the phone or in a security module. If the phone cannot verify the identity of a server, you are given the option to terminate or continue the connection.

2. Trusted certificates are used to verify the WAP gateway that you are trying to connect to. Your phone may already contain trusted certificates when you buy it. If you have a security module, it may also contain trusted certificates. You can also download trusted certificates from www.SonyEricsson.com.

3. Client certificates are located in a security module together with your private keys. Client certificates can be used to present your identity to a bank or other services. They can also be used for digital signatures.

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To check the certificates in your phone

• Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, Security, Client

Certificates.

Email account settings

An email account specifies, for example, the server that is used for your email messages.

There are three ways to create an email account:

• send a request in a text message

• create an email account manually

• use the Internet

To request settings in a text message

1. Scroll to Messages,

Email, Options.

2. Select Auto Configure,

Send

.

To create an email account manually

1. Scroll to Messages, Email, Options.

2. Select Edit Account.

3. Select Add New

4. Enter a name for the account, for example Home or Office.

5. Select Connect Using.

6. Select the data account you want to use with this e-mail account.

7. Enter the rest of the settings in the list, some of which are optional. To enter the settings, scroll to the setting, press

Select

and enter the information. Press

Ok

to confirm. Repeat this for each required setting.

You use the same email settings in your phone as in your PC email program. If you do not have an email service, contact your operator to get all the necessary settings.

• Protocol – select POP3 or IMAP4.

• Incoming Server – enter the name or IP address of the service provider for incoming email messages.

For example, mail.server.com or 10.1.1.1.

• Incoming Port – if needed, change the number of the port used by the protocol you are using.

• Mailbox – enter a user name for your email account.

• Password – enter a password for your email account.

Your service provider may alternatively request a password on connection.

• Outgoing Server – enter the name or IP address of the SMTP server to be able to send email messages.

• Outgoing Port – if needed, change the number of the port used by the SMTP protocol.

• Email Address – enter your email address.

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• Download – select whether to receive headers and text or headers only.

• From name – enter your name.

• Signature – select if you want to add your business card to your email messages.

• Copy Outgoing – Select On, if you want email messages sent from your phone also to be sent to an email address of your choice. This way, your sent mes ages are copied and can be saved for future reference.

• Check Interval – Select how often you want the phone to connect to your email server and check for incoming email messages.

If you have both an office and a home email account, you can set one of them as default:

• Select Set Account from the Messages, Email,

Options menu and select the account.

Using WAP

Your phone has a WAP (Wireless Application

Protocol) browser and email messaging which are designed to bring a modified Internet to your mobile phone. A wide range of services are available, for example, news, entertainment, timetables, reservations, banking, e-commerce, positioning and email.

Before you start

First make sure that you have:

• A phone subscription that supports data transmission.

• Correct settings in your phone for mobile Internet,

WAP and/or email messaging.

• Registered as a WAP/Email user with your network operator or service provider.

Note: See “Email account settings” on page 62 or

“Email” on page 51 for more information about

e- mail set-up and messaging.

To select a WAP profile

1. Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, WAP Profiles.

2. Select the profile you want to use.

You then return to the WAP Options menu and the

WAP profile is selected.

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Using the WAP browser

To start browsing

• Select either the top middle or top left icon on the desktop. When the WAP page is loaded into the phone, press

More

and select from the following:

• Open your home page at the top of the list, for example, Sony Ericsson.

• Go to one of your bookmarks. Select Bookmarks.

• Enter the address of a WAP site. Select Enter

Address, to enter a new WAP address or select one of the 10 most recently entered addresses.

• Enter the WAP address of a site you want to visit.

• Save a picture from the site.

• Send a text message with a link to the current

WAP page to another phone.

• Send a link to the current site to another phone via infrared or Bluetooth.

• Refresh the contents of the WAP page.

• Disconnect and go to standby.

• Display current status information, for example, profile, access type, connection time, data rate, security, address.

• Set the current site as the home page of the WAP profile you are using.

Tip: When you enter a WAP address, the normal http:// prefix is not needed.

Note: If you select an email address when browsing a WAP site, you can reply with a text message.

To exit WAP and disconnect

• Press

More

and scroll to Exit.

Options when browsing

1. Select More

.

2. Select one of the following:

• Go to the home page set for the current profile.

• Add the site you are currently browsing to your list of bookmarks, or see the list of bookmarks for the current profile.

Using bookmarks

You use bookmarks in your mobile phone just as you do with a PC Internet browser. You can have up to

25 bookmarks.

To work with bookmarks

1. Scroll to Internet Services.

2. Press

More

, Bookmarks.

3. Select the bookmark you want to work with.

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4. Press More

and select one of the following options:

• Go to Bookmark – Go to the marked WAP address.

• Edit – Edit the name and/or the WAP address of the bookmark.

• Delete – Delete the bookmark.

• Send as Text Msg. – Send a link to the WAP address in a text message.

• Send – Send a link to the current WAP address via infrared.

• Set as Homepage – Set the WAP address as the home page.

Downloading

You can download pictures, themes, games and ring tones, for example, from WAP sites directly to your phone.

To download from wap.sonyericsson.com

1. Scroll to Sony Ericsson.

2. Select what you want to download and follow the instructions that appear.

Note: Be sure to download themes specifically for your Sony Ericsson mobile phone model. Themes designed for use with other Sony Ericsson phone models will not work properly.

Stored information

The following information can be saved in your phone:

• Cache – improves memory efficiency.

• Passwords – improves server access efficiency.

• Cookies – improves site access efficiency.

To clear cache

Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, Clear Cache.

To remember passwords

Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, Password List,

Remember Pwds..

To clear passwords

Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, Password List,

Clear Passwords.

To allow cookies

1. Scroll to Connect, WAP Options,

Cookies.

2. Select Allow Cookies.

To clear cookies

1. Scroll to Connect, WAP Options, Cookies.

2. Select Clear Cookies.

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It is advisable to clear any sensitive information about previously visited WAP services. This is to avoid a security risk if your phone is misplaced, lost or stolen.

Transferring and exchanging information

Bluetooth™ wireless technology

Your phone has built-in Bluetooth wireless technology which makes it possible for you to connect your phone wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices such as a handsfree, PC or other phones. You can, for example, have a conversation (via a cordless

Bluetooth handsfree) or browse the Internet

(wirelessly connected via your mobile phone).

You can automatically synchronize information in your phone and your PC. You can also exchange, for example, contacts, calendar items and pictures.

Note: We recommend that your phone and the

Bluetooth device you are communicating with are within a range of 33 feet. The connection may be improved if there are no solid objects in between your phone and the other Bluetooth device.

Before you start

To communicate with another Bluetooth device, you first need to add the device to the list of paired devices. To synchronize with your PC, and to

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browse the Internet, you also need to install software on your PC from the Sony Ericsson web site, www.SonyEricsson.com/support/.

You can exchange items or play games without having to add the other device to the list of My devices.

Note: To add a device or accept the addition of a device to My devices means that the device has access to functionality and content in the phone.

To turn Bluetooth on

1. In standby, press

More

.

2. Select Turn On Bluetooth.

Note: To conserve battery power, turn off Bluetooth when not in use.

To add a device to your phone

1. Scroll to Connect, Bluetooth, My Devices,

New Device.

Press

Add and your phone searches for all types of available devices. Press

More

if you want to select a specific type of device to search for.

2. The phone searches for Bluetooth devices. A list of available devices appears in the display. Select a device.

3. Enter a passkey (up to 16 digits) for the device, both in the phone and, for example, in the PC. (If a passkey does not come with the Bluetooth device when you buy it, you need to create one yourself.)

To organize your list of devices

Scroll to Connect, Bluetooth, My Devices. Then select a device from the list and press a list of options.

More to view

Phone name

You can choose a name for your phone. This name is shown in other devices when your phone is found, and is also used for the infrared port.

• To enter a name, scroll to Connect, Bluetooth,

Options, Edit Phone Name.

In order for your phone to be found by other

Bluetooth devices, you must make sure Bluetooth is turned on and your phone is visible to other devices.

To hide or show your phone when using

Bluetooth

1. Scroll to Connect, Bluetooth,

Options, Visibility.

2. Select Show Phone or Hide Phone.

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Handsfree

To add a Bluetooth handsfree to your phone

1. Scroll to Connect, Bluetooth, Handsfree,

My Handsfree, New Handsfree.

2. Select

Add

.

Transferring sound when using a handsfree

When you are using a Bluetooth handsfree with your phone, you can choose where the sound should be transferred during a call.

• Scroll to Ongoing Call, Transfer Sound or select

More in standby during the call.Then select either to transfer sound to the phone or to other handsfree devices that have been added to your phone.

• You can select where to direct the sound when making a call.

• Scroll to Connect, Bluetooth, Handsfree, Ongoing

Call, then select In Handsfree, In Phone, Always Ask.

Sending and receiving

To send an item using Bluetooth wireless technology, you need to make sure that the devices are within

33 feet.

To send an item

After you select Bluetooth as the transfer method, a list of possible receivers is presented. First in the list will be the last device you were in contact with and devices that have been previously added to your phone. The phone also searches for other devices which are shown in the list

Tip: You can send certain items in your phone

(calendar overviews, appointments and tasks, contacts, text messages) to specific Bluetooth printers.

Note: In countries where the use of Bluetooth wireless technology is not allowed, you must ensure that the Bluetooth function is set to Off.

Infrared port

You can use the built-in infrared port to establish contact between your phone and a PC or another device equipped with an infrared port.

Activate the infrared port

Before you can connect to another infrared device you have to activate the infrared port in your phone.

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• To activate the infrared port, scroll to Connect,

Infrared Port. From standby, you can also select

More

, Turn On IR.

Settings, Control Panel, Infrared, Options tab,

Enable infrared communication).

Note: To conserve battery power, turn off Infrared when not in use.

2. Your phone now establishes contact with the other device.

Note: Infrared will remain on for 10 minutes after the last item is sent or received.

To connect two devices

1. Place your phone as in the picture. The infrared port on the phone must face the infrared port on the other device.

Synchronization

You can synchronize the Calendar and Phonebook in your phone with similar programs in, for example, a

PC, PDA or mobile phone and with similar programs on the Internet.

• To select which order first name and last name appear in the phone when you synchronize contacts, scroll to Phonebook, Options, Synchronize View.

Note: If you are connecting to a PC, make sure your

PC has activated infrared communication (Start,

Synchronization with nearby devices

After installing the synchronization program from the Sony Ericsson WAP site, www.SonyEricsson.com/support/, you can synchronize your phone with your PC.

A status bar shows the progress of the synchronization. If you use a cable, the synchronization starts as soon as you connect the cable. For more information, please refer to the synchronization software online help.

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Internet synchronization

You can synchronize your mobile phone contacts, appointments and tasks with similar programs on the

Internet, using WAP. Contact your network operator for more information about these programs on the

Internet and to receive user ID, password and addresses for the different programs. You must also have a WAP profile set in your mobile phone.

Fax and data calls

Send fax and data calls

To send fax messages and make data calls, you need to connect your phone to a computer, and then start the appropriate software program.

Receive fax and data calls

The procedure of receiving fax messages and data calls depends on your network and subscription. If you have separate numbers for voice, fax and data calls, your phone recognizes the type of call.

To receive a fax or data call (separate numbers)

1. Connect your phone to a computer.

2. Answer the call from within the software program (if it does not answer automatically).

You cannot answer a fax or data call by pressing

Yes on the phone.

One number

If you have a SIM card that does not support separate fax and data numbers, the phone does not recognize the type of incoming call.

If you want to receive a fax or data call, you have to set the phone to one of these options. Once you have set your phone for a specific incoming call, it stays like this until you change it.

To select the call type you want your next incoming call to be, scroll to Calls, Next Call,

Next Incoming Call.

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Alarm clock

The alarm can be set to ring at a specific time within

24 hours, or recurrently at a specific time on several days. You can have both these alarms set at the same time. Even if you have set your phone to silent, the alarm and timer signals ring. The alarm clock also rings if the phone is turned off.

To set an alarm

1. Scroll to Organizer, Alarms, Alarm.

2. Enter the time, Save

.

• To change the alarm time, scroll to Organizer,

Alarms, Alarm, Set New Time.

• Press any key to turn the alarm signal off when it rings. If you do not want the alarm to be repeated, press

Yes

.

• To cancel the alarm, scroll to Organizer, Alarms,

Alarm, Cancel.

• To set a recurrent alarm, scroll to Organizer, Alarms,

Recurrent Alarm. Then enter the time and select the days that you want the alarm to recur by scrolling and pressing

Check

. Press

Save

to exit the menu.

• To select an alarm signal, scroll to Settings, Sounds and Alerts, Alarm Signal.

Stopwatch

Scroll to Organizer, Stopwatch.

• Press

Start

to start the stopwatch.

• Press

New lap to start a new lap time.

• Press

Stop

to finish.

• Press

Restart

to restart the stopwatch.

• Press

Reset to reset the stopwatch.

Note: The stopwatch is turned off when you answer an incoming call or when you exit the stopwatch menu.

Timer

The phone has a 24-hour timer.

• To set the timer, scroll to Organizer, Timer. When the signal rings, press any key to turn it off.

Calculator

The phone has a calculator, which can add, subtract, multiply, divide and calculate percentages.

• Enter a digit and scroll to a symbol (+, -, x, /, %, .).

• Press

• Press

to delete a digit or symbol.

to start a new calculation.

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Code memo

Instead of having to remember all the different security codes for credit cards, you can, for example, save them in the code memo in your phone. Then all you need to remember is the password to open the code memo. You can save a maximum of ten codes in the code memo.

To open code memo for the first time

1. Scroll to Organizer, Code Memo.

A message with instructions appears.

2. Press

Ok

.

3. Enter a four-digit password to open Code Memo, Ok

.

4. Re-enter the new password to confirm.

5. Enter a checkword (maximum 15 characters), Ok

.

The checkword can consist of both letters and numbers. To enter a number, press and hold the key.

Checkword and security

To confirm that you have entered the correct password for the code memo and to prevent unauthorized access to your codes, you must enter a checkword. When you enter your password to open the code memo, the checkword is shown for a short time. If the password is correct, the correct codes are shown. If you enter the incorrect password, the checkword and the codes that are shown are also incorrect.

Factors strengthening the security of the Code memo function are:

• You get no feedback about whether the password is correct, except for the checkword, and only you know the checkword.

• All codes are encrypted in the mobile phone.

• When you access your codes, they are shown for a limited time only.

To add a new code

1. Scroll to Organizer, Code Memo.

2. Enter your password.

3. Select New Code,

Add

.

4. Enter a name associated with the code, for example, the name of the credit card company,

Ok

.

5. Enter the code, Ok

.

To open code memo

1. Scroll to Organizer, Code Memo.

2. Enter your password, Ok

.

Your entered checkword appears. When the decryption process has finished, your codes are shown.

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To change the password

1. Open code memo as described above.

2. Press More

, Change Password.

3. Enter your new password,

Ok

.

4. Re-enter the new password, Ok

.

5. Enter a checkword,

Ok

.

Forgot your password?

If you forget your password, just enter any password to access the Code memo function. The checkword and codes that are then shown are incorrect. You must now reset the Code memo.

To reset code memo

1. Press More

, Reset.

2. Reset code memo? appears. Press

Yes.

The Code memo is reset and all entries are cleared.

The next time you enter the Code memo, you must

start at “To open code memo for the first time” on page 72.

Calendar

You can use the calendar to keep track of important meetings that you need to attend, phone calls that you need to make or tasks that you need to do. The calendar can be synchronized with a PC calendar or, using WAP, with a calendar on the Web. For more

information see “Synchronization” on page 69.

Appointments and tasks

You can save up to 300 appointments and 80 tasks in your calendar, depending on the size of each item.

You can choose to add a new appointment or task, or to use an old appointment or task as a template by copying and editing it.

Tip: When you are in the list of appointments and tasks for a certain day, you can press

More

to edit, delete, reschedule, send or copy. You can also call a number included in a phone call task.

To add a new appointment

1. Scroll to Organizer, Calendar, Add Appointment.

2. Enter the appropriate information, for example, subject, location, icon and times. Confirm each entry with

Ok

,

Select

, or

Save

.

3. If you want to set a reminder for your appointment, select a reminder.

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To add a new task

1. Scroll to Organizer, Calendar, Tasks, New Task, Add

.

2. Select a category.

• If the category is a phone call, enter the phone number,

Ok

.

3. Enter a subject,

Ok

.

4. If you want to set a reminder for your appointment, press

Yes

. Save the date and time.

Viewing your calendar

To view your calendar content, scroll to Organizer,

Calendar, and then select one of the following:

• View Today – All appointments for today as well as unfinished tasks are shown.

• View Week – Move within and among the days by moving the joystick. Press

Select

to view a certain day.

• View Month – Move within and among the days or weeks by moving the joystick. Press

Select to view a certain day. Days on which you have appointments are marked in bold.

Tip: In the monthly and weekly views, you can go to next week by pressing 3, to next month by pressing 6 and to next year by pressing 9. You can go back a week, a month or a year by pressing 1, 4, and 7 respectively. To reach the current day, press .

Calendar settings

• Select Options from the Organizer, Calendar menu and then select one of the options:

• View.

Starting Day – Select a start day for the week.

Week Display – Select 5-Day Week or 7-Day

Week.

• Profile Switch – If you want the phone to remind you to switch profile when a meeting is about to start, select Manual. If you want the profile to be switched automatically, select Auto, then select a profile.

• Reminders – Select Always if you want the reminder to sound even though the phone is turned off.

Check the status

You can check how much space is left for new appointments and tasks.

• To check the status, scroll to Organizer, Calendar,

Advanced, Memory Status.

Tip: To delete all appointments and tasks in your calendar, select Delete All in the Advanced menu.

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Exchanging calendar entries

You can send and receive appointments and tasks using Bluetooth wireless technology, the infrared port or picture message.

To send an appointment or a task

1. In the list of appointments and tasks for a certain day, scroll to the item you want to send and press

More

.

2. Select Send.

3. Select a transfer method.

To receive an appointment or a task

1. From standby, press More

and scroll to Turn On

Bluetooth or Turn On IR.

Both the infrared port and the Bluetooth function are activated for ten minutes.

2. Add appointment? or Add task? appears. Press Yes to save the appointment or task in your calendar.

If your phone’s memory is full, you must remove some items before you can save any new ones.

Find an appointment or task

You can search for appointments and tasks that contain a specific text.

To search for appointments or tasks

1. Scroll to Organizer, Calendar, Advanced, Find.

2. Check or uncheck if you want to search for appointments or tasks (if you have added any).

Press

Save

.

3. Enter the text you want to search for, Ok

.

Appointments or tasks that match your search are shown. Select to view the item or edit, delete, reschedule, send, or copy the item by pressing

More

.

Sound recorder

With the Sound recorder function, you can record either your own memos or calls. All participants in the call are automatically recorded. The recording is stopped if any party ends the call.

The recordings are saved in your mobile phone and can be accessed even if you change your SIM card.

Note: In some countries or states it is required by law that you inform the other person before recording the call.

To start a sound recording

• Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, Record Sound.

• Wait until you hear a tone. When the recording starts, the display shows Recording together with the time of the current recording.

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To end the recording

• Press

Cancel

.

Tip: You can start recording or listening to

recordings with a voice command. See “Voice control” on page 32.

To delete or rename a sound recording

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, My Sounds.

2. Scroll to the recording you wish to delete or rename.

3. Press

More

when the recording is highlighted.

4. Select Delete or Rename.

Settings

The recording stops automatically if you receive an incoming call or when the call ends. You hear a tone a few seconds before the memory is full.

Listening to recordings

You can listen to your recordings at any time, even during a call, and both people will hear them.

To see the information on your recordings

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, My sounds.

2. Scroll to a recording. Press More

.

3. Select Sound Info.

4. Both the date/time and length of the message are shown.

To listen to your recordings

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, My Sounds.

2. Select the recording you wish to hear. Press

Play

.

To send a recording

1. Scroll to Pictures & Sounds, My Sounds.

2. Scroll to the recording you wish to send.

3. Press More

and select Send.

Entertainment

Your phone has several entertaining applications and games. You can play some of the games with another person, both using your phone, or you can play on two phones, using Bluetooth wireless technology or infrared. You can also download games and applications directly to your phone. Help texts are available in some games and applications.

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To start an application

1. Scroll to Games, Other Games.

2. Select an application, Start

.

To download an application

1. Scroll to Games, Games & More.

2. Scroll to a direct link, Start

.

Note: Make sure the file sizes do not exceed the free

memory in your phone. See “Checking the memory” on page 32.

To start and end a game

1. Scroll to Games, Other Games.

2. Select a game, press Start

.

3. Press

More

to read help texts.

4. Press

to end the game.

Tip: If you press More, you will get more information about your game.

To download a game

1. Scroll to Games,

Other Games.

2. Select New Game,

Go to Page

.

How to control the games:

Use the joystick to move up, down, left or right and to select an item, or use the keys as follows:

left up

left

left down

up

select/fire

down

right up

right

right down

Notes

If you need to remember something, you can make a note of it in your phone. You can add, edit, delete or send a note. You can save 10 notes.

To add a note

1. Scroll to Organizer, Notes, ANew Note,

Add

.

2. Enter the note, Ok

.

To view the notes

1. Scroll to Organizer, Notes.

2. A list which shows the beginning of each note appears. Select the note that you want to view.

Post note

You can display a note in standby mode.

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To display a note in standby

1. Press

More

and scroll to Post Note.

2. Select the note you want to display in standby or select ANew Note to write a new note.

• If the note is long and you cannot see all of it, press

More

, Show Note.

• To turn off the note in standby, press

More

, Hide

Note.

Exchanging notes

You can send and receive notes using Bluetooth wireless technology, the infrared port or picture messaging.

To send a note

1. Scroll to a note and press More

to display the list of options.

2. Select Send.

3. Select a transfer method.

To receive a note

1. From standby, press

More

and scroll to Turn On

Bluetooth or Turn On IR.

Both the infrared port and the Bluetooth function are activated for ten minutes.

2. Add note? appears. Press Save

to save the note among your other notes.

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Security

SIM card lock

The SIM card lock protects your subscription, but not your phone itself, from unauthorized use. If you change SIM cards, the phone still works with the new SIM card.

Most SIM cards are locked at the time of purchase.

If the SIM card lock is on, you have to enter a “PIN”

(Personal Identity Number) every time you turn on your phone.

If you enter your PIN incorrectly three times in a row, the SIM card is blocked. This is indicated by the message PIN blocked.. To unblock it you need to enter your “PUK” (Personal Unblocking Key). Your

PIN and PUK are supplied by your operator.

To unblock your SIM card

1. PIN blocked. appears in the display.

2. Enter your PUK and press Ok

.

3. Enter a new four- to eight-digit PIN and press

Ok

.

4. Re-enter the new PIN to confirm and press Ok

.

• To edit your PIN, scroll to Settings, Locks, SIM

Lock, Change PIN.

Note: If the message “Codes do not match.” appears, you entered the new PIN incorrectly. If the message “Wrong PIN.” appears, followed by “Old

PIN:”, you entered your old PIN incorrectly.

• To edit your PIN2, scroll to Settings, Locks, SIM

Lock, Change PIN2.

To turn the SIM card lock on or off

1. Scroll to Settings, Locks, SIM Lock,

Protection.

2. Select On or Off.

3. Enter your PIN and press

Ok

.

Phonelock

The phonelock protects the phone against unauthorized use if it is stolen and the SIM card is exchanged. It is not on when you buy the phone.

You can change the phonelock code (0000) to any four- to eight-digit personal code. The phonelock can be set to on, automatic or off.

Phone lock on

If the phone lock is on, the message Phone locked. appears each time you turn on the phone. You have to enter your code followed by

Yes

to use your phone.

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Automatic

If the phonelock is set to automatic, you do not need to enter your phonelock code until a different SIM card is inserted in the phone.

• To edit your phonelock code, scroll to Settings,

Locks, Phonelock, Change Code.

Note: It is important that you remember your new code. If you should forget it, contact your service provider.

To set the phone lock

1. Scroll to Settings, Locks, Phonelock, Protection.

2. Select an alternative.

3. Enter the phonelock code and press Ok

.

Troubleshooting

This chapter lists some problems that you might encounter while using your phone. Some problems require that you call your service provider, but you can easily correct most of the problems yourself.

The phone cannot be switched on

Hand-held phone

Recharge or replace the battery. See “SIM card and battery information” on page 5.

No indication of charging

When you start charging a battery that is empty or a battery that has not been used for a long time, it may take up to 30 minutes before the battery icon appears in the display.

Menu language

If the display shows a language that you do not understand, you can always choose Automatic

(determined by your SIM card) by pressing 8888

in standby. You can always choose English by pressing 0000 in standby.

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Grey menu options

Grey text indicates a function that is temporarily unavailable, for example due to your subscription or due to a certain setting which has not been turned on.

Since you cannot send themes, pictures and sounds that are copyright-protected, the Send menu is sometimes unavailable.

Error messages

Insert SIM.

There is no SIM card in the phone or you may have inserted it incorrectly. Insert a SIM card. See “SIM card and battery information” on page 5.

Insert correct SIM card.

The phone is set to work only with certain SIM cards. Insert the correct SIM card.

Emergen. Calls Only

You are within range of a network, but you are not allowed to use it. However, in an emergency, some operators allow you to call the international

emergency number 911. See “Making emergency calls” on page 26.

No network.

There is no network within range or the received signal is too weak. You have to move to get a signal that is strong enough.

Wrong PIN./Wrong PIN2.

You have entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly.

Enter the correct PIN or PIN2, and press

Yes

. See

“SIM card lock” on page 79.

Codes do not match.

When you want to change a security code (for example, your PIN) you have to confirm the new code by entering it again. The two codes that you

have entered do not match. See “SIM card lock” on page 79.

PIN blocked./PIN2 blocked.

You have entered your PIN or PIN2 incorrectly three

times in a row. To unblock your phone, see “SIM card lock” on page 79.

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PUK blocked. Contact operator.

You entered your personal unblocking key code

(PUK) incorrectly 10 times in a row. Contact your network operator or service provider.

Phone locked.

The phone is locked. To unlock the phone, see

“Phonelock” on page 79.

Phone lock code:

Your phone comes with the phone lock code, 0000.

You can change it to any four- to eight-digit code.

See “Phonelock” on page 79.

Additional information

Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use

Please read this information before using your mobile phone.

RECOMMENDATIONS

• Always treat your product with care and keep it in a clean and dust-free place.

• Do not expose your product to liquid or moisture or humidity.

Number not permitted.

The Fixed dialing function is on and the number you

have dialed is not on your fixed numbers list. See

“Fixed Dialing” on page 42.

• Do not expose your product to extreme high or low temperatures.

• Do not expose your product to open flames or lit tobacco products.

• Do not drop, throw or try to bend your product.

• Do not paint your product.

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• Do not use your product near medical equipment without requesting permission.

• Do not use your product when in, or around aircraft, or areas posted “turn off two-way radio”.

• Do not use your product in an area where a potentially explosive atmosphere exists.

• Do not place your product or install wireless equipment in the area above your car’s air bag.

• Do not attempt to disassemble your product. Only Sony Ericsson authorised personnel should perform service.

• Do not direct the infrared ray at anyone's eye and make sure that it does not disturb any other infrared units.

ANTENNA

Only use an antenna that has been specifically designed by Sony Ericsson for your mobile phone. Use of unauthorised or modified antennas could damage your mobile phone and may violate regulations, causing loss of performance and SAR levels above the recommended limits (see below).

EFFICIENT USE

Hold your mobile phone as you would any other phone. Do not cover the top of the phone when in use, as this affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a higher power level than needed, thus shortening talk and standby times.

RADIO FREQUENCY (RF) EXPOSURE

AND SAR

Your mobile phone is a low-power radio transmitter and receiver. When it is turned on, it emits low levels of radio frequency energy (also known as radio waves or radio frequency fields).

Governments around the world have adopted comprehensive international safety guidelines, developed by scientific organizations, e.g. ICNIRP

(International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation

Protection), through periodic and thorough evaluation of scientific studies. These guidelines establish permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the general population. All Sony Ericsson mobile phone models are designed to operate within these stringent levels.

The levels include a safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health, and to account for any variations in measurements.

Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) is the unit of measurement for the amount of radio frequency energy absorbed by the body when using a mobile phone. The SAR value is determined at the highest

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certified power level in laboratory conditions, but the actual SAR level of the mobile phone while operating can be well below this value.

This is because the mobile phone is designed to use the minimum power required to reach the network.

Therefore, the closer you are to a base station, the more likely it is that the actual SAR level will decrease.

Variations in SAR below the radio frequency exposure guidelines do not mean that there are variations in safety. While there may be differences in

SAR levels among various mobile phones, all Sony

Ericsson mobile phone models are designed to meet radio frequency exposure guidelines.

Accessories can significantly affect a mobile phone's compliance with the radio frequency exposure guidelines. For example, the Federal Communication

Commission in the U.S. requires that some manufacturers' accessories shall be tested, and

Sony Ericsson has done so with respect to its products. To avoid causing loss of performance or radio frequency exposure levels above the permissible limits it is recommended that you only use Sony

Ericsson or Ericsson original accessories supplied with or designated for use with this mobile phone.

If you wear the mobile phone on your body while it is transmitting, and you do not use a Sony Ericsson or

Ericsson original body worn accessory, please ensure that the mobile phone is positioned a minimum of

1.5 cm from your body and that you are not using an accessory that contain any metal.

A separate leaflet with SAR information for this mobile phone model is included with the material that comes with this mobile phone. This information can also be found, together with more information on radio frequency exposure and SAR, on www.SonyEricsson.com/.

DRIVING

Please check if local laws and regulations restrict the use of mobile phones while driving or require drivers to use handsfree solutions. We recommend that you use only Ericsson or Sony Ericsson handsfree solutions intended for use with your product. Please note that because of possible interference to electronic equipment, some vehicle manufacturers forbid the use of mobile phones in their vehicles unless a handsfree kit with an external antenna supports the installation.

Always give full attention to driving and pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if driving conditions so require.

PERSONAL MEDICAL DEVICES

Mobile phones may affect the operation of cardiac pacemakers and other implanted equipment. Please avoid placing the mobile phone over the pacemaker, e.g. in your breast pocket. When using the mobile phone, place it at the ear opposite the pacemaker. If a minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) is kept between

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the mobile phone and the pacemaker, the risk of interference is limited. If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, immediately turn off your mobile phone. Contact your cardiologist for more information.

For other medical devices, please consult the manufacturer of the device.

CHILDREN

DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY

WITH YOUR MOBILE PHONE OR ITS

ACCESSORIES. THEY COULD HURT

THEMSELVES OR OTHERS, OR COULD

ACCIDENTALLY DAMAGE THE MOBILE PHONE

OR ACCESSORY. YOUR MOBILE PHONE OR ITS

ACCESSORY MAY CONTAIN SMALL PARTS THAT

COULD BE DETACHED AND CREATE A CHOKING

HAZARD.

DISPOSING OF THE PRODUCT

Your mobile phone should not be placed in municipal waste. Please check local regulations for disposal of electronic products.

POWER SUPPLY

Connect the AC power adapter only to designated power sources as marked on the product. Make sure the cord is positioned so that it will not be subjected to damage or stress. To reduce risk of electric shock, unplug the unit from any power source before attempting to clean it. The AC power adapter must not be used outdoors or in damp areas. Never alter the cord or plug. If the plug will not fit into the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.

EMERGENCY CALLS

Mobile phones operate using radio signals, which cannot guarantee connection under all conditions.

Therefore you should never rely solely upon any mobile phone for essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies).

Emergency calls may not be possible on all cellular networks or when certain network services and/or mobile phone features are in use. Check with your local service provider.

Emergency Response Center Location

Technology

Using wireless technology to help find you in case of an emergency is a goal shared by the entire wireless industry, local phone companies and the emergency response centers. Your phone may support an emergency positioning system being implemented by some service providers. But the complexity of mobile communication technology, combined with related implementation technologies, means that your wireless

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carrier, the local phone companies, and emergency response centers all have a role to play in implementing this capability.

So even if your phone supports this technology and even if the locating features works in one area there is no guarantee that it will work in all areas for all calls to emergency response centers. Always review with an emergency response center all location data you have, including intersecting streets, as well as any landmarks, to assist in locating you.

Sony Ericsson is committed to continuing to work with the entire communications industry to improve location features for emergency response.

Sony Ericsson is not liable for any service(s) including operation, coverage, or range of the network services provided by network carriers independent of Sony Ericsson.

The talk and standby times depend on the actual transmission conditions when using the mobile phone.

If the mobile phone is used near a base station, less power is required and talk and standby times are prolonged.

• Warning! May explode if disposed of in fire.

• Use only Ericsson or Sony Ericsson branded original batteries and chargers intended for use with your mobile phone. Other chargers may not charge sufficiently or may produce excessive heat. Using other batteries and chargers could be dangerous.

• Do not expose the battery to liquid.

• Do not let the metal contacts on the battery touch another metal object. This could short-circuit and damage the battery. BATTERY USE AND CARE

We recommend that you fully charge the battery before you use your mobile phone for the first time.

The battery can only be charged in temperatures between +5°C (+41°F) and +45°C (+113°F).

A new battery or one that has not been used for a long time could have reduced capacity the first few times it is used.

• Do not disassemble or modify the battery.

• Do not expose the battery to extreme temperatures, never above +60°C

(+140°F). For maximum battery capacity, use the battery in room temperature.

• Turn off your mobile phone before removing the battery.

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• Keep out of children’s reach.

• Use the battery for the intended purpose only.

• Do not allow the battery to be put into the mouth. Battery electrolytes may be toxic if swallowed.

DISPOSING OF THE BATTERY

Please check local regulations for disposal of batteries or call your local

Sony Ericsson Customer Care Center for information.

The battery should never be placed in municipal waste. Use a battery disposal facility if available.

Limited Warranty

Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, S-221 88

Lund, Sweden, (Sony Ericsson), provides this Limited

Warranty for your mobile phone and original accessory delivered with your mobile phone (hereinafter referred to as “Product”).

Should your Product need warranty service, please return it to the dealer from whom it was purchased, or contact your local Sony Ericsson Customer Care

Center (national rates may apply) or visit www.SonyEricsson.com to get further information.

OUR WARRANTY

Subject to the conditions of this Limited Warranty,

Sony Ericsson warrants this Product to be free from defects in design, material and workmanship at the time of its original purchase by a consumer, and for a subsequent period of one (1) year.

WHAT WE WILL DO

If, during the warranty period, this Product fails to operate under normal use and service, due to defects in design, materials or workmanship, Sony Ericsson authorised distributors or service partners, in the country/region* where you purchased the Product, will, at their option, either repair or replace the Product in accordance with the terms and conditions stipulated herein.

Sony Ericsson and its service partners reserve the right to charge a handling fee if a returned Product is found not to be under warranty according to the conditions below.

Please note that your personal settings/downloads might be lost when the Product is repaired or replaced.

CONDITIONS

1. The warranty is valid only if the original proof of purchase issued to the original purchaser by an, for this Product, Sony Ericsson authorised dealer, specifying the date of purchase and serial number**, is presented with the Product to be repaired or

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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.

5. This warranty does not cover Product failures caused by installations, modifications, or repair or opening of the Product performed by a non-Sony Ericsson authorised person.

2. If Sony Ericsson repairs or replaces the Product, the repaired or replaced Product shall be warranted for the remaining time of the original warranty period or for ninety (90) days from the date of repair, whichever is longer. Repair or replacement may involve the use of functionally equivalent reconditioned units. Replaced parts or components will become the property of Sony

Ericsson.

6. The warranty does not cover Product failures which have been caused by use of accessories or other peripheral devices which are not Ericsson or Sony

Ericsson branded original accessories intended for use with the Product.

7. Tampering with any of the seals on the Product will void the warranty.

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.

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.

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.

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Some countries/states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, or limitation of the duration of implied warranties, so the preceding limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.

The warranty provided does not affect the consumer's statutory rights under applicable legislation in force, nor the consumer's rights against the dealer arising from their sales/ purchase contract.

* EUROPEAN UNION (EU)

If you have purchased your Product in an EU country you can have your Product serviced, under the conditions set out above, within the warranty period in any EU country where an identical Product is sold by an authorised Sony Ericsson distributor. To find out if your Product is sold in the EU country you are in, please call the local Sony Ericsson Customer Care

Center. Please observe that certain services may not be possible elsewhere than in the country of original purchase, for example due to the fact that your

Product may have an interior or exterior which is different from equivalent models sold in other EU countries. It may not be possible to repair SIM-locked

Products.

** In some countries/regions additional information is requested. If so, this is clearly shown on the valid proof of purchase.

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.

Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by the government-adopted requirement for safe exposure.

The tests are performed in positions and locations

(that is, at the ear and worn on the body) as required by the FCC for each model. For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets FCC RF exposure guidelines when the handset is positioned a minimum of 15 mm from the body without metal parts between the phone and the body or when used with intended Sony Ericsson original body worn accessory.

Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines.

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Declaration of Conformity

We, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB of

Nya Vattentornet

S-221 88 Lund, Sweden.

declare under our sole responsibility that our product

Sony Ericsson type AAB-1031011-BV and in combination with our accessories, to which this declaration relates is in conformity with the appropriate standards 3GPP TS 51.010-1, EN 301489-7,

EN 300328, EN 301489-17 and EN 60950, following the provisions of, Radio Equipment and Telecommunication

Terminal Equipment directive 99/5/EC with requirements covering EMC directive 89/336/EEC, and Low Voltage directive 73/23/EEC.

Lund, February 2003

Place & date of issue

0682

Hiroshi Yoshioka, Head of Product Business Unit GSM/UMTS

We fulfil the requirements of the R&TTE Directive

(99/5/EC).

Icons

The table below shows icons which may appear in standby or in the menus.

Icon Description

Desktop icons

Your personal phone book.

Handling of text, pictures, email and voice messages.

Handling of call time, call cost information and ongoing calls.

Handling of ongoing calls. Only available during calls.

Camera function.

Handling of pictures, sounds and themes.

Personal settings including profiles, display, language, time and locks.

Gives you access to Internet services.

Calendar, alarm clock and other extras.

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Icon Description

Receive items via Bluetooth, infrared, networks, data communications settings,

WAP options and accessories.

Create your own menu for the functions you use most often.

Operator services

Games and applications.

Standby

Desktop icon.

Tells you the strength of the GSM network signal.

GPRS is within range.

GPRS is within range and can be used.

Tells you are in a premium charge zone.

Tells you the status of the battery.

Icon Description

You cannot receive any incoming calls.

You have missed an incoming call.

All incoming calls are forwarded to a defined number.

No calls or only certain calls from numbers in a list are received.

All signals are off, except the alarm and timer.

The alarm clock has been set and is on.

The timer has been set and is on.

A profile other than Normal has been chosen.

The keypad is locked.

The card lock or phonelock is on.

A secure WAP connection is established.

You have received a text message.

You have received an email message.

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Icon Description

You have received a picture message.

You have received a voice message.

You have received a WAP push message.

The infrared port is on.

Infrared communication is in progress.

A GPRS session is in progress.

Line 1 is in use for outgoing calls.

Line 2 is in use for outgoing calls.

Ciphering is currently not being provided by the network.

The network is preferred and can be used.

The network is forbidden and cannot be used.

Your home network is within range and can be used.

Icon Description

An ongoing call.

You are running Java.

Bluetooth is On.

Bluetooth is Active.

A chat session is in progress.

A Bluetooth headset, added to your phone.

A Bluetooth phone, added to your phone.

A Bluetooth PC, added to your phone.

A Bluetooth printer, added to your phone.

A Bluetooth PDA, added to your phone.

Other Bluetooth device.

The appointment is a meeting.

The appointment is a date.

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Icon Description

The appointment is to travel.

The appointment is a vacation.

The appointment is an anniversary.

A miscellaneous appointment.

A miscellaneous task.

An all day calendar appointment.

A reminder is set for a calendar appointment.

A task has been set.

The task is a phone call.

A completed task in your calendar.

A task or message of high priority.

A task or message of low priority.

Icon Description

Phonebook

You can enter the phone book by pressing

A home number in the phone book.

A work number in the phone book.

A mobile number in the phone book.

An email address in the phone book.

A picture is connected to the contact.

Messages

A text message is saved on the SIM card.

A voice message has not been checked.

A message has not been read.

A theme is attached to a message.

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Icon Description

A message has been read.

Only part of a read email message is saved in the phone.

Only part of an unread email or a multimedia message is saved in the phone.

A read message will be deleted the next time you connect to the server.

An unread message will be deleted the next time you connect to the server.

A damaged message.

A read picture message

.

An unread picture message.

The message has not been sent.

The message has been sent.

A message has been read by the recipient.

A message has been delivered to the recipient.

Icon Description

A sent message that has expired or been rejected by the recipient.

Pre-defined message template (not editable).

User-defined message template.

A picture message is playing.

A picture message has been stopped.

A picture message has been paused.

Picture could not be shown.

A business card is attached to a picture message.

An event is attached to a picture message.

A theme is attached to a picture message.

A picture message contains a melody.

A picture message contains a recorded sound.

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Icon Description

Cursor in a picture message.

More message options.

Chat message prompt.

Calls

A missed call in the call list.

An answered call in the call list.

A dialed number in the call list.

Call from a number on the SIM card.

Your magic word is active.

Multimedia

An i-Melody saved in My sounds.

An e-Melody saved in My sounds.

Icon Description

A polyphonic melody saved in My sounds.

Camera

Large picture size.

Small picture size.

Text input

T9 text input.

Upper & lower case letters.

Upper case letters.

Lower case letters.

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Index

A

About 4

Alarm clock 71

Answering mode 23

Area information 50

B

Battery 5

Bluetooth wireless technology 66

Business cards 30

C

Calculator 71

Calendar 73

Call costs 37, 43

calling card 41, 43

credit limit 38

minute minder 22

Call time 37

Calls

accept 43

answer 6, 27

automatic redialing 26

call list 27

Camera 53

Cell information 51

Chat 50

Code memo 72

Conference calls 40

Contacts 28

Contrast (display) 22

Credit limit 43

D

emergency 26

fixed dialing 42

forward 38

groups 30

international 26

make 6, 25

missed 27

put on hold 39

receive 6, 26

reject 27

restrict 42

speed dialing 31

Data calls 70

Declaration of conformity 90

Desktop 7

Display

contrast 22

greeting 23

icons 90

light 22

Downloading 65

Drawing pictures 19

E

Email 51

gateway 59

settings 56, 59, 62

Emergency calls 26

Error messages 81

F

Fax, sending and receiving 70

Fixed dialing 42

Forwarding calls 38

G

Games 76

GPRS 60

Greeting 23

Groups 30

closed user groups 43

conference calls 40

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H

Handsfree 23

Help texts 11

I

Icons (display) 90

Infrared port 68

International calls 26

International emergency number 26

Internet, see WAP 63

K

Key functions 8

Key sound 22

Keypad lock 23

L

Language (display) 22

Locks

keypad 23

phone 79

SIM card 79

M

Magic word 34

Melodies, see Ring tones 20

Melody composer 21

Menu language 22

Minute minder 22, 43

Mirror 55

Missed calls 27

MMS 47

MMS, see Multimedia messages 47

Mobile Internet, see WAP 63

Multimedia messages 47

Multimedia Messaging Service 47

Multitap text input 14

My numbers 23

My shortcuts 24

N

Navigating the menus 7

Networks 6, 43

Notes 77

O

Online services 12

Own number 23

P

Passkey 67

Personal ring tone 21

Phone book 28

check memory 32

Phone lock 79

Picture editor 19

Picture messages 47

Picture messaging 47

Pictures 17

background picture 18

draw 19

edit 18

exchange 19

PIN

change 79

enter 6

PIN2

change 79

Profiles 24

PUK 79

Q

Quick keys 9

R

Redialing 26

Reset 25

Restrict messages 49

Ring tones 20

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S

Screen saver 20

Security

WAP 60

Shortcuts 9, 24

Silent ring tone 21

SIM card 12

copy contacts 31

unblock 79

SIM card lock 79

SMS, see Text messages 45

Sound recorder 75

Speed dialing 31

Stopwatch 71

Synchronization 69

T

T9 Text input 15

Taking pictures 54

Text messages 45

email gateway 59

Themes 17

Time settings 22

Timer 71

Turning the phone on/off 6

Two voice lines 40

V

Vibrating alert 22

Voice answering 34

Voice control 32

Voice dialing 33

Voicemail 37

W

WAP 63

bookmarks 64 options 64

security 60

settings 56

settings (manual) 57 settings (text message) 57 settings (wizard) 57

Warranty 87

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