Sonim XP5300 Force 3G, XP 5300 Force 3G, XP5300 User guide

Sonim XP5300 Force 3G, XP 5300 Force 3G, XP5300 User guide
USER
GUIDE
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SONIM
XP5300 FORCE 3G
English
Copyright © 2011 Sonim Technologies, Inc.
SONIM and the Sonim logo are trademarks of Sonim
Technologies, Inc. Other company and product names
may be trademarks or registered trade- marks of the
respective owners with whom they are associated.
Disposal of Old Electrical and Electronic Equipment
The symbol of the crossed-out wheeled
bin indicates that within the countries in
the European Union, this product, and any
enhancements marked with this symbol,
can not be disposed as unsorted waste
but must be taken to separate collection at
their end- of-life.
Disposal of Battery
Please check local regulations for disposal
of batteries. The battery should never be
placed in municipal waste. Use a battery
disposal facility if available.
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General Information————————7
Phone Models Covered
Network Services
Sonim Support Information
Use the Guide Effectively
Contents
Your Safety Guidelines————————10
Battery Performance
Battery Replacement
Avoid Short Circuit
Avoid High Temperatures
Battery Disposal
Personal Medical Devices
Child Safety
Emergency Calls
SAR Information
Getting Started————————15
Getting Started
Battery Usage
Inserting the Battery
Removing the Battery
Charging the Battery
Set Battery Alert
Your SIM Card
Inserting the SIM Card
Removing the SIM Card
Switching On
Home Screen
Key Shortcuts in Home Screen
Basic Settings
Keypad Functions
Your Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G
Phone————————27
Your Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
Main Menu
Main Menu Icons
Home Screen Indicators
Key Operations without Your SIM Card
Calls————————31
Calls
Dial a Number
Dial an International Number
Dial a Number via Names
Dial a Number via the Call History
Managing Call History
Call Timers
Call Settings
Auto Answer
Anykey Answer
Call Waiting
Caller ID
Call Forwarding
Call Barring
Fixed Number Dialing
Advance Settings
Receive a Call
Recording a Call
Settings————————35
Settings
Phone Settings
Network Settings
A-GPS
Security Settings
Restore Factory Settings
Managing Your Files————————40
Managing Your Files
Managing Contacts
Add a New Contact
View the Contact Details
Sending a Message from Contacts
Dialing a Number from Contacts
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Contents
Edit the Contact Details
Delete Contact
Copy Numbers between Phone and SIM
Move Numbers between Phone and SIM
Sending Contact
Send Contact by e-mail
Selecting Multiple Contacts
Caller Groups
Phonebook Settings
Searching Contacts
Messages————————47
Messages
Write Message
Manage Your Messages
Inbox
Drafts
Outbox
Sent Messages
Email Messages
Configuring Email Accounts
Send and Receive
Write Email
Email Inbox
Email Outbox
Email Sent
Email Draft
Clear Emails
Delete Marked Emails
Broadcast Messages
Templates
Message Settings
SMS Settings
MMS Settings
Voicemail Server
Text Input Mode
Profiles————————56
Sound Settings
Tools
Calendar
Alarm
Calculator
Unit Converter
World Clock
Sound Recorder
Notes
Typical Stopwatch
Text Reader
SIM Card Menu
Applications————————61
Java
Network Profile Settings
Application Manager
Opera Mini
Installing Java Application from WAP
Installing Java Application from SD Card
City Cruiser
WAP Browser
Connectivity————————63
Connectivity
Sending Data via Bluetooth
Receiving Data via Bluetooth
USB Function
Camera————————66
Camera
Camera Options
Music————————68
Music
Media Player
FM Radio
Hardcoded Shortcuts————————70
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Hardcoded Shortcuts
Micro SD Card————————71
Micro SD (Secure Digital) Card
Inserting Micro SD Card into the Phone
PC- TOOLS————————72
PC-Tools
Installation of PC-Tools
Using PC-Tools with XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
Contents
End User License Agreement————————73
Comprehensive 3 Year Warranty
Our Warranty
What We Will Do
Phone Care
Conditions
Declaration of Conformity————————77
Declaration of Conformity
Index————————78
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Make sure to register within 30 days from date of purchase to activate and take advantage of this Comprehensive
Product Warranty. Sonim reserves the right to refuse warranty service otherwise.
•
Refer to www.sonimtech.com/support for further details.
Congratulations on the purchase of a Sonim XP5300™
FORCE 3G mobile phone. This phone is a GSM/
GPRS/EDGE/UMTS enabled handset with quad-band
capabilities and has an intuitive, feature-rich user
interface, which allows you to make the best use of the
offered functions.
Phone Models Covered
This user guide covers two Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G™
phone models: XP5300-E-R1 and XP5300-A-R1. These
two models contain an identical scope of features and
utilize the same set of 2G RF bands: GSM 850, GSM 900,
DCS 1800, PCS 1900 MHz bands.
service provider and obtain instructions for their use from
your service provider.
Sonim Support Information
For additional product and support information,
visit www.sonimtech.com.
Use the Guide Effectively
Familiarize yourself with the terminology and symbols
used in the guide to help you use your phone effectively.
General Information
They differ only in the optimization of their antennas:
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Sonim XP5300-E-R1 (Optimized for GSM 900 and
DCS 1800 MHz bands)
HOME SCREEN
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Sonim XP5300-A-R1 (Optimized for GSM 850 and
PCS 1900 MHz bands)
This is the screen displayed when
the phone is in idle condition.
PRESS
Means to press and release a key
immediately. For example, Press
2 means that you press the key
on the keypad that is labelled
with the numeral 2 and the
alphabets “ABC”.
UMTS bands supported by XP5300-E-R1 are 2100, 1700,
and 900.
UMTS bands supported by XP5300-A-R1 are 2100, 1900
and 850.
The model name can be read on the phone label under
the battery. In this User Guide, both models are referred
to as Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G, except for the few
places where information corresponding to a specific
model (that is, XP5300-A-R1 or XP5300-E-R1) can be
found.
Network Services
These are additional services that you can avail through
your network service provider. To make the best of these
services, you must subscribe to them through your
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General Information
SELECT
PRESS & HOLD
Means to either press the
Left or Right Selection
Key to apply the
command indicated at
the bottom of the screen.
The Center navigation key
can also be used to select
options. For example, if
this guide says Select
Menu > Messages >
Write message, you must
press the Left Selection
Key to select Menu, scroll
to Messages and press
the Left Selection Key,
scroll to Create message
and press the Left
Selection Key. To return to
the previous screen, press
the Right Selection Key.
Means to press and
hold a key for 2 seconds
before releasing the key.
This action is typically
used when trying to
switch on/off the phone
or when using shortcut
keys to access specific
functions. For example:
press and hold 1 to
access voicemail.
MENU OPTIONS
Press Options to display
menu options on the
screen. The selection keys
are used to accomplish
the indicated option.
SELECT MENU
Means to press the Left
Selection Key to select
the Menu option or press
the Menu key (centre) for
the same result.
A MENU ITEM SUFFIXED
WITH THREE DOTS (…)
Means more options are
available but only one has
been mentioned in the
guide.
Signifies a Note.
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Options Commonly Used across Menu Items
General Information
The following are common actions used across various
menu items:
BACK
Displays the previous
screen. Use the Right
Selection Key to perform
this function.
CLEAR
Deletes data character by
character. Use the Right
Selection Key to perform
this function.
OK
Confirms an action. Use
the Left Selection Key or
the Menu key to perform
this function.
CLEAR KEY
Use this key to delete
while editing a message
or delete a selected item
in a list.
BACK KEY
Use this key to display the
previous screen.
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Please read and understand the following safety guidelines before you use the phone. These guidelines provide details
to enable you to operate your phone safely and conform to any legal requirements regarding the use of cellular phones.
Do not to use the phone at a refuelling point. Observe restrictions when using radio equipment at
fuel depots, chemical plants or where blasting operations are in progress.
Your Safety Guidelines
Electrical interference may obstruct the use of your phone. Observe restrictions in hospitals and
near medical equipment.
Switch off your cellular phone when in an aircraft. Wireless phones can cause interference or danger
to an aircraft. In an aircraft, the phone can be used in flight mode.
Do not expose the battery to high temperatures (in excess of 60°C).
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Adhere to road safety laws. Do not hold/use a phone while you are driving; find a safe place to stop
first. Do not speak into a hands-free microphone while you are driving.
Avoid using the phone in close proximity to personal medical devices,
such as pacemakers and hearing aids.
Use only Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G approved charging equipment to charge your phone and avoid
damage to your phone.
The symbol of the crossed-out wheeled bin indicates that within the countries in the European
Union, this product, and any enhancements marked with this symbol, can not be disposed as
unsorted waste but must be taken to separate collection at their end-of-life.
Ensure that only qualified personnel install or repair your phone.
Your Safety Guidelines
The Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G is water-proof and can be submerged to 2 metres for 30 minutes.
•
Ensure to properly close the rubber cover of the charging connector and audio connector, to
avoid deposits of water drops on these connectors, when the phone is immersed in water.
•
Water droplets may condense under the display cover if the phone is immersed in water
with significant drop in temperature. This does not indicate water leakage. The droplets will
disappear at room temperature.
The Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G is dust-resistant, rugged and shock-resistant. However, it is
not dust-proof or un-breakable if subjected to overwhelming impact. For best results and long
product life, one should protect the Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G from salt water, dust and strong
impacts.
Make back-up copies of important information stored in your phone or maintain a written record.
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Your Safety Guidelines
Battery Performance
Avoid High Temperatures
A rechargeable battery powers your device. Use the
battery only for its intended purpose. Never use any
charger or battery that is damaged. If the battery is
completely discharged, it may take a few minutes before
the charging indicator appears on the display or before
any calls can be made. The full performance of a new
battery is achieved only after three to four complete
charge and discharge cycles. The battery can be charged
and discharged hundreds of times but it will eventually
wear out. Unplug the charger from the electrical plug and
the device when not in use. Ensure that you do not leave
the fully charged battery connected to a charger. If left
unused, a fully charged battery will lose its charge over
time.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a
closed car in summer or winter conditions, will reduce
the capacity and lifetime of the battery. For the best
results, try to keep the battery between 15°C and 25°C
(59°F and 77°F). A device with a hot or cold battery
may not work temporarily, even when the battery is fully
charged. Battery performance is particularly limited in
temperatures well below freezing.
Battery Replacement
When the talk and standby times are noticeably shorter
than normal, replace the battery with an original Sonim
battery. If a replacement battery is being used for the first
time or if the battery has not been used for a prolonged
period, it may be necessary to connect the charger and
then disconnect and reconnect it to begin charging the
battery.
Avoid Short Circuit
Do not short-circuit the battery. An accidental shortcircuit can occur when a metallic object such as a coin,
clip, or pen causes direct connection of the positive (+)
and negative (-) terminals of the battery. (These look
like metal strips on the battery.) This might happen, for
example, when you carry a spare battery in your pocket
or purse. A short-circuit at the terminals may damage the
battery or the connecting object.
Battery Disposal
Do not dispose off batteries in a fire as they may explode.
Batteries may also explode if damaged. Dispose of
batteries according to local regulations and recycle when
possible. Do not dispose as household waste. Do not
dismantle, open or shred cells or batteries. In the event of
a battery leak, do not allow the liquid to come in contact
with the skin or eyes. In the event of leak or a hazard
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seek medical help immediately.
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, for
example in your breast pocket. When using the mobile
phone, place it at the ear opposite the pacemaker. If a
minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) is kept between
the mobile phone and the pacemaker, the risk of
interference is limited. If you suspect that interference
is taking place, immediately turn off your mobile phone.
Contact your cardiologist for more information. For
other medical devices, consult your physician and the
manufacturer of the device. Comply with instructions to
switch off the device or deactivate the RF transmitter
when required, especially when posted in hospitals and
aeroplanes. Equipment used in these places may be
sensitive to radio waves emitted from the device and
adversely affect their operation. Also, observe restrictions
at gas stations or other areas with flammable atmosphere
or when close to electro-explosive devices.
Your Safety Guidelines
Child Safety
Do not allow children to play with your mobile phone or
its accessories. Keep it out of their reach. They could
hurt themselves or others, or could accidentally damage
the mobile phone or accessories. Your mobile phone and
its accessories may contain small parts, which could be
detached and create a choking hazard.
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 in all areas, on all
cellular networks, or when certain network services and/
or mobile phone features are in use. Check with your
local service provider.
SAR Information
The Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G has been certified in
compliance with the Government’s requirements for
exposure to Radio Waves.
When communicating over the wireless network, the
mobile phone emits via the radio frequency waves low
levels of radio energy. The Specific Absorption Rate, or
SAR, is the amount of RF energy absorbed by the body
while using the phone and is expressed in watts/kilogram
(W/kg).
Governments around the world have adopted
comprehensive international safety guidelines, developed
by scientific organizations, for example, ICNIRP
(International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection) and IEEE (The Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers Inc.). These guidelines establish
permitted levels of radio wave exposure for the general
population.
Tests for SAR are conducted using standardized methods
with the phone transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all used frequency bands.
SAR Data Information for residents in countries that
have adopted the SAR limit recommended by the
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection (ICNIRP). For example, European Union,
Japan, Brazil and New Zealand.
The limit recommended by ICNIRP is 2 W/kg averaged
over ten (10) gram of tissue.
The highest SAR value for the Sonim XP5300-E-R1
phone when tested by Sonim for use:
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By the ear is 0.791 W/kg W/kg (10g).
•
Worn on the body is 1.59 W/kg (10 g) provided that
the phone is used with a non-metallic accessory
with the handset at least 1.5 cm from the body, or
with the original Sonim accessory intended for this
phone and worn on the body.
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SAR Data Information for residents in the United
States and Canada.
Your Safety Guidelines
In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for
mobile phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kilogram
averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard
incorporates a margin of safety to give additional
protection for the public and to account for any variations
in measurements.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public
in the US, it must be tested and certified by the Federal
Communications Commission (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, by the ear and worn on
the body) as required by the FCC for each model.
The highest SAR value for the Sonim XP5300-A-R1
phone when tested by Sonim for use:
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By the ear is 1.56 W/kg (1 g).
•
Worn on the body is 0.967 W/kg (1 g).
For body-worn operation, this phone meets FCC RF
exposure guidelines provided that it is used with a nonmetallic accessory with the handset at least 1.5 cm from
the body, or with the original Sonim accessory intended
for this phone and worn on the body. Use of other
accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidelines.
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Getting Started
This section provides information on using your Sonim
XP5300 FORCE 3G phone.
Getting Started
The list of items in the Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G phone
box are:
•
User Guide CD
•
Sonim 3 Year Warranty Flyer
•
Quick Start Guide
•
Registration Card
•
Welcome Letter
•
Screwdriver
•
Adaptor
•
USB Cable
•
Charger
Battery Usage
•
Use only a Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G certified
battery that is designed for this phone model.
•
The use of other batteries may void the warranty
terms of your phone and cause damage.
•
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It is recommended to protect the battery
from extreme temperature environments and
moisture.
Please keep the battery out of the reach of children.
Inserting the Battery
1
Unscrew Cover
To open the battery cover,
rotate both the battery cover
screws in an counter clockwise
direction (as shown in the
figure). Sometimes, the battery
cover may be tight and some
extra effort is required to open
it. You can use the screwdriver
provided to open the screws.
2
Lift Cover
Lift the back cover to reveal the
battery slot.
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3
Insert Battery
Insert the battery and flush into
the battery slot such that the
three metallic contacts at the
top of the battery are aligned
with the metallic contacts within
the battery compartment.
4
Close Cover
Close the battery cover. Rotate the
battery cover screws in clockwise
direction. You can use the screwdriver
provided to tighten the screws. Ensure
not to overtighten the screws.
Removing the Battery
Follow steps 1 and 2 of “Inserting the Battery” on page 15.
Getting Started
To remove the battery, lift the cover behind the phone and
raise the upper end of the battery from the slot.
The battery can now be removed.
Follow step 4 of “Inserting the Battery” on page 15 to close
the cover.
Charging the Battery
The battery delivered with your mobile phone is not fully
charged. We recommend that you charge your mobile for
5 hours before you use your mobile phone for the first
time.
The phone with a fully charged battery can
remain in the standby mode for a duration of
up to 800 hours. If the battery is completely
out of charge, it can take several minutes for
the charging icon to appear when the charger
is connected.
1
Insert Charger
Insert the charger plug into a power outlet.
2
Connect to Phone
3
Charging Animation
4
Charging Icon
The charger port is located on
the left side of the phone. To
access the charger port, lift the
cover with the USB sign. Insert the
3.5mm jack/connector of the
charger to the port.
Alternatively, you can use the
standard USB cable and adaptor
to charge the phone battery. Insert
the adaptor to the charger port of
the phone. Connect one end of
the standard USB cable to the
adaptor and the other end of the
USB cable to the PC.
If the battery is being charged when
the phone is switched off,only the
battery icon is displayed (as shown
in the adjacent figure).
If the battery is being charged while
the phone is switched on, you will notice
that the bars in the battery charge icon
(visible on the home screen) show movement
indicating that the battery is being charged.
After the phone is fully charged the battery
bars on the display stop scrolling. You can
disconnect the charger from the phone.
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CAUTION: There is a risk of explosion while
charging if the battery has been replaced by an
incorrect type.
Set Battery Alert
When you set the battery alert, every time the battery
charge is low you hear an alarm. To set the battery alert
select Menu > Profiles > General > Customize > Extra
tone > Warning. Select to activate the alert.
Getting Started
Your SIM Card
Purchase a SIM card from your mobile operator. The
SIM card associates your network services (for example,
phone number, data services, and so on) with your
phone.
Inserting the SIM Card
1
Switch Off Phone
Ensure that the phone is switched off.
2
Lift Cover
Lift the battery cover and remove the battery. For
instructions refer “Inserting the Battery” on page 15.
3
Place SIM Card
4
Lock Cover
Place the SIM card by
pushing it upward in the
designated slot located
under the battery.
Reinsert the battery and the cover. Turn the battery
cover screws clockwise to lock the battery cover.
Removing the SIM Card
1
Switch Off Phone
2
Lift Cover
3
Remove SIM Card
4
Lock Cover
Ensure the phone is switched off.
Lift the battery cover and remove the battery. For
instructions refer “Inserting the Battery” on page 15.
Remove the SIM card by pushing it downward from
the slot.
Reinsert the battery and the cover.
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Parts of the Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
The Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G keypad has 11 function keys
and 12 alphanumeric keys. The left side of
the phone has one key and the right side
of the phone has three keys.
Ear piece
Headset port
Getting Started
Charger/USB port
Display screen
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Function keys
Alphanumeric keys
Microphone
Parts of the Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
Volume keys
Torch
Headset port
Camera
Getting Started
Loud speaker
Battery cover
screws
Battery cover
Charger/
USB
port
Torch
(press
and hold)
Java
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Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G Keypad
The following figure identifies different keys in the phone key pad.
Getting Started
Menu key
Navigation arrow keys
(Up/Down/Left/Right)
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Left Selection Key (LSK)
Clear Key
Right Selection Key (RSK)
Back Key
Call/Accept/Send
Power On/Off/End call
Press and hold to lock the keypad
Press and hold to turn
on/off meeting mode
Press and hold to display + (before
dialing an international number)
Some features are enabled only if
the SIM card is present.
Getting Started
Switching On
Key Shortcuts in Home Screen
Press and Hold the Power ON/OFF key for 2 seconds to
Power ON the phone.
The following can be accessed from the home screen.
When the phone is switched on, it tries to register with
the network. After successful registration, the name of
the service provider is displayed.
Press
To Access
Menu Key
Main Menu
Home Screen
Left Selection Key
Main Menu
Right Selection Key
Names
Call/Accept/Send Key
All Calls List
Up Arrow
Calendar
Down Arrow
Phonebook
Right Arrow
Write message
Left Arrow
FM Radio
Certain information is displayed when the phone is in
standby mode, for example, the name of the service
provider, date and time, battery charge status, Data
service connectivity. Other indicators may be displayed (if
the feature is activated), like the alarm, call forward and
so on. 1
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2
7
3
6
5
4
1.
DISPLAY ICONS
2.
BATTERY
CHARGE
INDICATOR
3.
SERVICE
PROVIDER
4.
RSK COMMAND
5.
LSK COMMAND
6.
DATE AND DAY
7.
TIME
8.
SIGNAL
STRENGTH
INDICATOR
The four functions that are performed using
the arrow keys are set as factory defaults,
however they can be changed. Select Menu
> Settings > Phone settings > Dedicated
key. Select the required arrow key and select
Edit.
You cannot use the arrow keys when a
notification for example: 1 missed call, is
displayed on the home screen.
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Basic Settings
Security Settings
To prevent unauthorised use of your phone, you can set a
PIN code. The PIN is operator dependent.
1.
Getting Started
2.
Select Menu > Settings > Security settings > PIN
protection > On. Enter the PIN. Select OK. After
this is set, every time you power on the phone, you
will be requested to enter the PIN. If the PIN code is
wrong you cannot access the phone.
To change the PIN code select Menu > Settings >
Security settings > Change PIN. You can change
codes for PIN and PIN2. Contact your service
provider for details.
Phonelock Mode
In the phonelock mode, the phone can be unlocked only
by entering a password.
To enter the phonelock password, select Menu >
Settings > Security settings > Phone lock. The default
password for phone lock needs to be entered to lock the
phone. Enter the password again to unlock the phone.
The default password for phonelock is 1234.
If the phone lock is enabled, every time you power on the
phone, you will be requested to enter the password.
Auto Keypad Lock
To lock the keypad, select Menu > Settings > Phone
settings > Auto keypad lock. You can choose to switch
it off by selecting None or enable the feature by setting
time.
You can also press and hold the ‘*’ to lock the keypad.
To unlock the keypad, press ‘LSK’ and then ‘*’ key.
Date and Time
To set the Date and Time, select Menu > Settings >
Phone settings > Time and date > Set time/date.
Silent Mode
In the silent mode, the alerts for Calls, Organizer, SMS,
and battery status are disabled. Select Menu > Profiles
> Silent.
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Keypad Functions
The following table displays the various keys and the corresponding functions they perform:
Keypad key
Operations
POWER ON/OFF/END CALL
•
•
•
•
Press to end a call (GSM).
Press and hold to switch on or switch off the mobile phone.
Press when in Menu or Edit modes to return to Standby mode.
Press to reject an incoming call.
•
•
•
Press to answer an incoming call.
After entering a phone number, press to make a call.
Press while in Standby mode to access All calls list.
Getting Started
CALL/ACCEPT/SEND
LSK/RSK
CLEAR (C)
BACK
These keys are present immediately below the display screen.
• Press the Left Selection Key (LSK) or Right Selection Key (RSK) to select the
function indicated at the bottom of the screen. The indicated functions can
vary according to different program definitions.
• Press LSK to access the main menu in standby mode.
• Press RSK to access the Names in standby mode.
This key is present below the LSK key.
• Press this key to delete the text, while editing a message
• Press this key to delete a selected item in a list.
This key is present below the RSK key. Press this key to display the previous
screen.
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Keypad key
Operations
MENU KEY (CENTRE)
Present at the centre of the navigation keys.
• Press while in standby mode to enter the main menu.
• Press when required to be used as a toggle key to select or clear a checkbox.
• Press to perform similar tasks as the Left Selection Key.
• Press to select the OK command.
The Left and Right Selection Keys and Power On/Off keys surround this key group.
There are arrows on the key that denote the direction to scroll for information
displayed on the screen.
Getting Started
UP/DOWN
Press to move the cursor up or down in the text editor.
• Press to view the pages in the text editor.
• Press to browse menus/lists at the same level.
• Press to browse the main menu.
NAVIGATION KEYS
LEFT/RIGHT
Press to navigate between tabs.
• Press to move the cursor left or right in the text editor.
• Press to browse the main menu.
• Press to view the previous or next picture when previewing pictures.
•
Press the required keys to enter the desired phone number and press
to
make a call. Alternatively, enter the number and select Option > Call to dial
the number.
Press and hold any numeric key to access the shortcut assigned, while in
standby mode.
Enter text while in the text editor.
•
•
Press and hold in standby mode to access your Voice mail.
When entering text, press to enter space.
•
ALPHA-NUMERIC KEYS
•
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Keypad key
Operations
Press and hold to set the ringtones.
Press and hold to access the Profiles menu.
Press and hold to set the alarm.
Getting Started
Press and hold to access the calculator.
Press and hold to access the bluetooth.
Press and hold to access the WAP Browser.
Press and hold to access the shortcuts.
Press and hold to select the required language.
The above preset functions of number keys (from 2 to 9) can be changed only to the speed dial
functionality.
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Keypad key
Operations
Getting Started
Press and hold to display ‘+’ used for dialing an international number, while in
standby mode.
•
•
•
Press and hold to lock the keypad.
With backlight on, press LSK followed by this key to unlock the keypad.
When entering text, press to display special characters, for example, period,
comma, and so on. Press and hold to display the text input languages.
•
•
Press and hold in standby mode to switch between Meeting on/off modes.
When entering text, press to switch between lower case, upper case or
numeric. Press and hold to enable T9 mode.
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Your Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
Home Screen Indicators
This model is a bar type phone with a single LCD screen.
The graphic field of the screen is 240 (w) and 320 (h)
pixels. The TFT technology used displays 262K colours.
The home screen indicators are visible when the phone
is in standby mode. Some icons indicate the status of
certain functionalities of the phone, for example, the
battery charge indicator, the network status indicator, the
date and time etc. Some icons are displayed only if the
specific service is activated.
Main Menu
Your Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
To access the phone menu, press the menu key. The
main menu which comprises the following 12 items
appears.
Main Menu Icons
1
2
4
3
12
5
6
11
10
9
8
7
1.
CALLS
2.
MESSAGES
3.
SETTINGS
4.
MY FILES
5.
PROFILES
6.
BROWSER
7.
MUSIC
8.
APPLICATIONS
9.
CAMERA
10. CONNECTIVITY
11. TOOLS
12. PHONEBOOK
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The following table describes the display indicators on
the top bar of the home screen in the Sonim XP5300
FORCE 3G phone. These icons depend on the selected
theme.
Your Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
Display
Indicators
Name
Description
Battery
Three clear bars indicate
maximum battery charge.
Opaque bars indicate
decline in battery charge.
Roaming
This icon is only displayed
when your phone is
registered with a non
home network.
GPRS
G icon indicates that
the phone is attached to
2G network and GPRS
feature is available in the
phone.
Boxed G icon indicates
that the phone is in active
data connection and
GPRS feature is available
in the phone.
E icon indicates that the
phone is attached to 2G
network and EDGE feature
is available in the phone.
EDGE
Boxed E icon indicates
that the phone is in active
data connection and
EDGE feature is available
in the phone.
3G icon indicates that the
phone is attached to 3G
packet network
3G
Boxed 3G icon indicates
that the phone is in active
data connection in 3G
packet network.
Alarm
Clock
Indicates that the alarm
clock has been set.
Stop
watch
Indicates that the
Stopwatch is running.
Meeting
Indicates that the phone is
on meeting mode.
Call
Forward
Indicates that the
call forward function is
enabled.
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Your Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
Display
Indicators
Name
Description
Unread
Message
Indicates that there are
unread messages in
the inbox.
Voice
Message
Indicates a new voice
message.
Display
Indicators
Name
Description
2G
Indicates the signal
strength when registered
to 2G network.
3G
Indicates the signal
strength when registered
to 3G network.
JAVA
Indicates that the Java
application is active
and is available in the
background.
that the
Keypad Lock Indicates
keypad is locked.
Bluetooth
Connectivity
Indicates that
bluetooth is active.
Bluetooth
CarKit/
Headset
Connectivity
Indicates that your
device is paired
and connected to a
carkit or headset with
bluetooth connectivity.
Wired
Headset
Indicates that a wired
headset is connected.
Both
Vibration
and Ringing
Indicates that the
phone performs both
vibration and ringing.
The following table describes the display indicators on
the GSM call screen in the Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G
phone:
Display
indicators
Name
Description
Active Call
Indicates an active
call.
Call on Hold
Indicates a call on
hold.
Call on Mute
Indicates a call on
mute.
Handsfree
Call
Indicates a handsfree
call.
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The following table describes the display indicators on
the home screen in the Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G phone:
Display
Indicators
Name
Your Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
Incoming
Call
Description
Indicates an incoming
call.
Outgoing
Call
Indicates an outgoing
call.
Missed Call
Indicates a missed
call.
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My files
•
Profiles
•
Tools
•
Applications
•
Connectivity
•
Camera
•
Music
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Key Operations without Your SIM Card
Menus Accessible
The following menus can be accessed on the phone
without the SIM card:
•
•
Settings
•
Phone settings
•
AGPS settings
•
Security settings
Phonebook
Calls
1.
To access the Call history, press
OR select
Menu > Calls > Call history. All the available call
history is displayed.
2.
Select a list, scroll to the number and press
dial the number.
This section provides information on managing calls.
Calls
Dial a Number
1.
Use the numeric keys to enter the number and press
.
2.
Alternatively you can enter the desired phone
number and select Option > Call.
to
Managing Call History
Contacts within the call history have the following
options:
Dial an International Number
•
Press and hold the numeric key 0 till the + symbol is
displayed. Enter the Country code, Area code (without
preceding 0) and the phone number and press
or
select Option > Call.
View: You can view the details of the call such
as the type of call, name, number, call time, call
duration and times of call.
•
Call: You can call the selected contact.
•
Send text message: You can send an SMS to the
number. Enter the SMS and select Option to view
the SMS options and send it accordingly.
Dial a Number via Names
You can dial a number directly from the Names.
To Locate a Phone Number
1.
On the home screen, select Names. Scroll to the
phone number.
2.
Press
to dial the number OR select Option >
Call OR press the easy call key. Press
or select
End to disconnect.
Dial a Number via the Call History
The Call History comprises separate lists for All calls,
Missed calls, Dialled calls and Received calls.
•
Sent multimedia message: You can send an MMS
to the number. Enter the MMS and select Option to
view the MMS options and send it accordingly.
•
Save to Phonebook: You can save the number in
Contacts (if it is not saved). This option is displayed
only if the number is not saved.
•
Edit before call: You can edit the number before
dialing.
•
Delete: You can delete the number from the Call
history.
•
Delete all: You can delete all the numbers from the
Call history.
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Call Timers
Call Waiting
•
To view the total time spent on the last call, select
Menu > Calls > Call history > Call timers > Last
call.
When call waiting is enabled and the phone is in
conversation, the incoming number is displayed when
you receive a call.
•
To view the total time spent on outgoing calls, select
Menu > Calls > Call history > Call timers > Dialled
calls.
1.
To enable this facility, select Menu > Calls > Call
settings > Call waiting > Activate.
•
To view the total time spent on incoming calls,
select Menu > Calls > Call history > Call timers >
Received calls.
2.
•
To reset the time of all calls, select Menu > Calls >
Call history > Call timers > Reset all.
To cancel this facility, select Menu > Calls > Call
settings > Call waiting > Deactivate. You will not
be prompted when you receive an incoming call
while your phone is busy. The caller will receive a
busy signal.
3.
To verify the call waiting status, select Menu > Calls
> Call settings > Call waiting > Query Status.
Calls
Call Settings
Caller ID
Auto Answer
When auto answer is enabled, your incoming calls will
automatically be answered. Select Menu > Calls > Call
settings > Earphone Auto answer > On.
To display the ID to the receiver, select Menu > Calls >
Call settings > Caller ID > Send ID.
To hide your id from the receiver, select Menu > Calls >
Call settings > Caller ID > Hide ID.
Anykey Answer
When enabled, you can press any key except
answer a call.
When you make a call, you can select whether or not to
display your id to the receiver.
to
To activate this feature, select Menu > Calls > Call
settings > Anykey > On.
Long pressing (press and hold) the Power on/
off key
during a GSM call will only end the
call and not switch off the phone.
Select Menu > calls > Call settings > Caller ID > Set
by network to allow the network operator to define the
Caller ID settings.
Call Forwarding
You can forward your incoming calls to a number in
the Contacts or a new number, provided your network
operator supports this service. To access call forward
settings, select Menu > Calls > Call settings > Call
divert. The Call forward options are mentioned below:
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verification.
Call Forward
Option
Function
All voice calls
Forward all incoming calls to a
pre-designated number.
Call Barring Option Function
If unreachable
Forward calls when you have
switched off your phone or you
are out of network coverage
area.
Outgoing calls
All outgoing calls or
international calls or Local
and Home only.
If no answer
Forward calls when you do not
answer incoming calls.
Incoming calls
If busy
Forward calls when your phone
is busy.
All incoming calls or
incoming calls while
roaming can be barred.
Cancel all
Deactivates call barring.
Deactivates the call forward
option.
Change barring
password
You can change the barring
password by entering a new
password.
Calls
Cancel all diverts
When All calls divert is enabled, the icon
is displayed at the top of the screen when the
phone is in standby mode.
Call Barring
You can set the Call barring facility for all incoming and
outgoing calls, international calls, local and home only
calls.
1.
To set call barring settings, select Menu > Calls >
Call settings > Call barring > select the required
call barring option.
2.
Enter the restriction password. (Your network
operator provides this before you use this function).
This password will be sent to the network for
The Call barring options are mentioned below:
Fixed Number Dialing
A fixed set of numbers are stored as fixed numbers
and only those numbers can be dialed from the phone.
User(s) can make calls from Contacts or dial the number
if the selected number is stored in fixed numbers list.
User(s) can however receive calls from any number.
User(s) cannot make calls to the numbers which are not
stored in fixed numbers list.
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1.
Select Menu > Calls > Call settings > Fixed Dial >
Mode > On. Enter the PIN2 to activate fixed number
dialing.
1.
2.
Select Fixed Dial List to add a new number and to
view the numbers present in the list.
To receive a call, press the Accept key
press Left Selection key. Select Accept.
2.
To reject a call press the Power on/off key
press Left Selection key. Select Reject.
For your PIN2, please contact your service
provider.
3.
To receive another call while you are already
speaking, enable the call waiting feature for GSM
calls. Select Menu > Calls > Call settings > Call
waiting > Activate.
Advance Settings
Calls
Auto Redial
When auto redial is enabled, your phone will
automatically redial within a set interval, if a call does not
connect.
1.
To enable this function select Menu > Calls > Call
settings > Advance settings > Auto redial > On.
2.
If the attempt to call is not successful, you will be
prompted with the message Auto redial? Select OK
to redial. Select Back to return to home screen.
Call Time Display
You can select Menu > Calls > Call settings >
Advanced settings > Call time display > On to activate
the call time display.
Call Time Reminder
When enabled, you receive a prompt at the set time
of every minute during a conversation. Select Menu >
Calls > Call settings > Advance settings > Call time
reminder > On. Select OK and set the reminder time.
You can set the reminder time between 30 to 60 seconds.
Receive a Call
OR
OR
Recording a Call
1.
While making a call or receiving a call, select
Options > Sound recorder.
2.
Select Stop to stop the recording. Save the record.
3.
The recorded file is saved in the location My files >
Phone (or Memory card) > Audio.
Depending on the settings, the storage location can be
phone or Memory card.
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Settings
Phone Settings
This section provides information on the various settings
for the phone. To access, select Menu > Settings >
Phone settings.
Time and Date
You can set and display the date and time on the phone.
You can also select the display format.
Settings
To set the Date and Time, select Phone settings > Time
and date > Set time/date.
The date formats supported are DD MM
YYYY , MM DD YYYY, YYYY MM DD with the
different date separators.
To enable this feature, select Schedule Power on/off >
Edit > Status > Enable and Power off. Select the time
after which the phone will be automatically switched off.
Select OK. Select Disable to disable this feature.
Language
You can change the phone’s interaction language by
selecting your preferred language. For example, select
Phone settings > Language > English to display all
menu items, user feedback messages and text entry
language in English.
Display Settings
You can activate and modify the display settings. Select
Phone settings > Display.
1.
Wallpaper: Allows you to set the background screen
display using the embedded pictures available in
your phone or from your own pictures that you have 35
downloaded on to your phone or Micro SD card. The
selected wallpaper is displayed on the home screen.
2.
Screensaver: Select this to make the screen saver
appear on the idle screen. User can select the
screensaver image.
3.
Show date and time: Select this to display date and
time on the home screen.
4.
Themes: Allows you to set the colour theme and
icons for the main menu and other screens. There
are two themes available. Select Menu > Settings
> Phone settings > Display > Themes > Theme 1
OR Theme 2 > Activate.
The time formats supported are 24 hr and 12
hr.
Auto Update of date and time: This feature allows the
phone to automatically adjust the time and date to the
time and date details sent by the network. To activate this
feature select Phone settings > Time and date > Auto
update of date and time > On. Please note that this
feature has to be supported by the network.
Schedule Power On
To enable this feature, select Schedule Power on/off >
Edit > Status > Enable and Power on. Select the time
after which the phone should be automatically switched
on. Select OK. Select Disable to disable this feature.
Schedule Power Off
Dedicated Key
Dedicated keys are the navigation keys that can be set
for specific functions. To assign specific function to
the keys, select Menu > Settings > Phone settings >
Dedicated key > Select a key > Edit. You can also
change the specific function previously assigned to the
key.
Speed Dial
Auto Keypad Lock
To enable this feature, select Menu > Settings > Phone
settings > Auto keypad lock. Select the time after which
the keypad will be automatically locked. Select None
to disable this feature. The keypad should be locked
automatically when the phone is in idle state on home
screen.
Settings
This option enables you to dial a number quickly via a
shortcut.
1.
Select Menu > Settings > Phone settings >
Dedicated key > Speed dial. Select Status > On.
The shortcut is set.
2.
To add a new contact, select Set numbers. Select
the number key (from 2 to 9) to which you want to
assign the speed dial. Select the contact from the
phonebook and save. The Speed dial is set.
3.
To make a call, press and hold the shortcut
designated number key for Speed dial from home
screen.
The preset functions of number keys can be
changed only to the speed dial functionality..
Power Saving
You can set the backlight level and duration. Select Menu
> Settings > Phone settings > Power saving > LCD
backlight. Select the brightness level for the backlight
of the screen. The screen display is active for the period
chosen by you. The screen display active time can be
selected between 5-60 sec.
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Network Settings
Select Menu > Settings > Network settings. The
following network settings are displayed:
Network Selection
This relates to various network related settings. You
can select your network, specify the network account,
indicate whether GPRS is required at all times, and so on.
•
New search: You can search the network for
the phone to connect when you are selecting
the network manually.
•
Select Network: Your phone will select
the network automatically or you can do it
manually.
Selection Mode: You can select Auto to set
the phone to automatically select a cellular
network available in your area, or select
Manual to set the network manually. If manual
mode is set, the user has to invoke Select
Network to do network selection.
Preferences
Settings
•
You can view the list of networks. Select Option to Add
existing, Add new network code, Change priority, or
Delete. This list is made to use while the user is roaming.
GPRS Connection
You can access the GPRS network. Enables you to
choose the registration preference.
Select Always to continuously remain
registered with the GPRS network.
Select When needed to get registered with
the GPRS network only when data transfer is
required.
Data Account
You can set the network account and view the GPRS
information.
GPRS: You can add, view, edit and delete the accounts.
You can edit the following information in the accounts:
Account name, APN, User name, Password, Auth. type,
Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS. Make the changes
and select Save. Refer “WAP Browser” on page 62 for
further information.
Service Selection
You can view and set the required type of network.
•
GSM/GPRS: Select this to register to GSM network
only.
•
WCDMA: Select this to register to 3G network only.
If 3G network is not available, the phone proceeds
to no signal condition, even if GSM coverage is
present.
•
Automatic: This is a recommended option. Select
this to register to 3G network, if available. If the 3G
network is not available, the phone registers to the
GSM network. Once the phone is registered to 3G
network, ‘3G’ icon is displayed on the home screen
of the phone.
Network Information
You can view the network operator and network service
details.
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A-GPS
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a Global
Navigation Satellite System. It uses satellites that transmit
precise microwave signals, which enable GPS receivers
to determine their current location and time.
Settings
When an user accesses an application that requires GPS,
then GPS is turned on automatically. After the application
is closed, GPS is turned off automatically.
The GPS relies on satellite signal to calculate position.
Under conditions of poor satellite reception (that is,
under a tree, bad weather, and so on) standalone GPS
receivers take long time (sometimes a few minutes) to
provide location information to the users. The special
feature Assisted GPS (A-GPS) available in Sonim XP5300
FORCE 3G speeds up the phone’s process of calculating
the position irrespective of the signal conditions. When
A-GPS is enabled, the phone automatically downloads
the latest satellite related information (Ephemeris data)
through GPRS. This information is used along with the
satellite signals to calculate the position (Downloading of
Ephemeris data may result in network charges).
To configure the A-GPS on your phone, do the following:
1.
Procure the internet access point and A-GPS server
information from the service provider or operator.
2.
Select Menu > Settings > AGPS settings.
3.
Select AGPS > On.
4.
Select AGPS profiles and then press Select. In
AGPS profiles, select the required profile and click
Options > Activate. You can also select Edit. Enter
the name, address, data account, port, and TLS as
provided by the service provider or operator.
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the required menu that needs to be password
protected.
Security Settings
Settings
To prevent unauthorized use of your phone, you can set
the PIN protection and keypad lock.
PIN Protection
Select Done and then save. The selected menu is
password protected.
Certificate Manager
4.
To enable PIN protection, select Menu > Settings >
Security settings > PIN protection > On. Enter the
password.
Change PIN
You can view the details of the authorized certificates and
user certificates.
To change the PIN protection password, select Change
PIN.
Change PIN2
Select to reset the settings to the original factory settings.
Please note that this can remove changes you have made
to your settings.
To change any security related password, select Change
PIN2 and change the particular password.
Change Phone Lock Password
The default password for phonelock is 1234. To change
the phonelock password, Menu > Settings > Security
settings > Change Phone Lock Password. Enter the
password.
Safeguard
You can set a password and prevent unauthorized usage
of messages, phonebook, call history and my files menu
of your phone. To use this application, do the following:
1.
Select Menu > Settings > Security Settings >
Safeguard > Safeguard > On.
2.
Enter the input password. The default password is
1234.
3.
Select Activation and enter the password. Select
Restore Factory Settings
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Managing Your Files
Managing Your Files
Using the My files menu, you can store and manage
audio files, image files, .jar files, .jad files and .txt files.
You can preview the files, view their details and delete
files. The internal storage capacity is approximately 60
MB.
Sort by
You can sort the images by name,
type, time, and size.
Mark several
You can select all the images or
select one by one.
Copy
You can copy a file to different
folder.
1.
To view your files select Menu > My files.
2.
Scroll to a category and select either Images OR
Audio OR Others and select OK.
Move
You can move a file to different
folder.
3.
For pictures, select the images that you would have
saved. For sounds, select the audio files that you
would have saved.
Delete all files
You can delete all the images.
Details
4.
Scroll to file from the displayed list and select
Option to display further options.
You can view the creation date,
size, and copyright details of the
file.
For an image file, the following options are present.
Option
Function
View
You can view the image in full
screen mode.
Send
You can send the image to any
phone as a multimedia message,
e-mail message or via Bluetooth.
Use as
You can use the image as
wallpaper, screen saver, and caller
picture.
New folder
You can create a new folder.
Rename
You can rename the image.
Delete
You can delete the image.
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Managing Your Files
For an audio file, the following options are present.
Option
Function
Play
You can play the audio file.
Send
You can send the audio file to any
phone as multimedia message, as
an e-mail, or via Bluetooth.
Use as
You can use the audio file as
ringtone.
New folder
You can create a new folder.
Rename
You can rename a file.
Delete
You can delete the audio file.
Sort by
You can sort the audio files by
name, type, time, or size.
Mark several
You can select all the audio files or
select one by one.
Copy
You can copy a file to different
folder.
Move
You can move a file to different
folder.
Delete all files
You can delete all the audio files.
Details
You can view the creation date,
size, and copyright details of the
file.
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•
You can use the phonebook to maintain phone numbers
of your contacts. This feature enables you to add, delete,
dial phone numbers, send SMS and MMS messages. To
access the contacts, select Menu > Phonebook. The
contacts are displayed.
Sending a Message from Contacts
You can use the volume keys to scroll through
the contacts.
Add a New Contact
Managing Contacts
Press the Menu key.
Managing Contacts
You can send SMS and MMS messages to the contacts.
Sending SMS
1.
On the home screen, select Menu > Phonebook.
Select the contact.
2.
Select Option > Send text message.
3.
Enter the message and select Option > Send to.
Select additional recipients, if any.
•
To add a new contact, select Menu > Phonebook >
Options > Add new contact. Press the menu key.
Enter the name and phone number and select Save.
4. Select Option > Send, to send the message.
Sending MMS
•
Alternatively, you can directly enter a number and
select Option > Save to Phonebook > Add new
contact. Enter the name of the contact and select
Save.
1.
On the home screen, select Menu > Phonebook.
Select the contact.
2.
Select Option > Send multimedia message.
You can also add a contact from Call history menu
(refer “Managing Call History” on page 31) and Write
message menu (refer “Write Message” on page 47).
3.
Enter the message and select Option. You can add
the required picture, sound, video, subject, and
slides to the message. Select the required file.
4.
Select Option > Send to. Select additional
recipients, if any.
5.
Select Option > Send, to send the message.
•
The new number is updated in the Contacts list.
If Phone is selected as the storage location,
then the user can add many details apart from
the name and phone number. The user can
add a maximum of 1000 contacts.
View the Contact Details
On the home screen, select Menu > Phonebook. Select
the contact. Do one of the following:
•
Select Options > View
Dialing a Number from Contacts
On the home screen, select Menu > Phonebook. Select
the contact. Do one of the following.
•
Select Option > Call.
•
Press the easy call key.
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Edit the Contact Details
Sending Contact
You can enter or edit the contact details. On the home
screen, select Menu > Phonebook. Select the contact.
Select Option > Edit.
You can send contact information by SMS, MMS, e-mail
or Bluetooth.
Send Contact by SMS
Delete Contact
To delete a contact, select Menu > Phonebook. Select
the contact and select Option > Delete > A message
appears Delete? Select Yes to delete.
Managing Contacts
Copy Numbers between Phone and SIM
•
To copy a selected number from SIM card to Phone
memory, select Menu > Phonebook > Option >
Copy > To phone. Select OK.
•
To copy a selected number from Phone memory to
SIM card, select Menu > Phonebook > Option >
Copy > To SIM. Select OK.
•
To copy a selected number from SIM card or Phone
memory to a file, select Menu > Phonebook >
Option > Copy > To file. Select OK.
Move Numbers between Phone and SIM
To move a selected number from SIM card to Phone
memory or Phone memory to SIM card, select Menu
> Phonebook > Option > Move. Select OK. Moved
records are deleted from the source location.
When the contact details are moved from
Phone to SIM, only the contact name and
mobile number is saved in the SIM card.
1.
Select Menu > Phonebook. Select the contact.
2.
Select Option > Send contact > As text message.
Select additional recipients, if any.
Select Option > Send to send the contact
information.
Send Contact by MMS
3.
1.
Select Menu > Phonebook. Select the contact.
2.
Select Option > Send contact > As multimedia
message.
3.
Enter the message and select Option. You can add
the required picture, sound, video, subject, and
slides to the message. Select the required file.
4.
Select Option > Send to. Select additional
recipients, if any.
5.
Select Option > Send, to send the contact
information.
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Send Contact by e-mail
2.
Select Option > Send contact > Via Bluetooth.
If Bluetooth is not on, the user will get a prompt to
turn it on.
Select Menu > Phonebook. Select the contact.
2.
Select Option > Send contact > As Email. Enter
the following details:
4.
•
To: You can enter the recipient’s e-mail
address.
Select the paired device to which you want to send
the name card.
5.
•
CC: You can enter the e-mail address of the
recipient, to whom a copy of the e-mail has to
be sent.
If the device is not paired, select Search new
device and then select the device.
6.
When the other device accepts the contact, Done
message will be displayed.
•
BCC: You can enter the e-mail address of the
recipient, to whom a blind copy of the e-mail
has to be sent.
•
Subject: You can enter the subject of the
e-mail.
•
Attachments: By default the selected contact
details are attached. You can also include other
attachments, if any.
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Priority: You can set the priority for the
message.
Managing Contacts
1.
3.
3.
Select Done > A message appears displaying
the size of the message > Select Yes to send the
message.
You will not be able to send the contact by
e-mail, if e-mail account is not configured.
To configure the e-mail account, refer Refer
“Configuring Email Accounts” on page 51.
Send Contact by Bluetooth
1.
Select Menu > Phonebook. Select the contact.
Selecting Multiple Contacts
To select multiple contacts, select Menu > Phonebook >
Option > Mark several. To select the contacts, scroll to
the required contacts and do one of the following:
•
Select Option > Mark.
•
Press the menu key.
•
Select Option > Mark all to select all the contacts in
the phonebook.
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Managing Contacts
Once the contacts are marked, the following options are
displayed:
Option
Function
Unmark
You can unmark the selected
contact.
Send text message
You can send an sms message
to all the marked contacts.
Send multimedia
message
You can send a multimedia
message to all the marked
contacts.
Delete marked
You can delete all the selected
contacts.
Mark all
You can select all the contacts
in the phonebook. This option is
displayed only if all the contacts
are not selected.
phonebook is displayed. Select the phone numbers
to be added to the group.
Only the contacts stored in phone memory can
be added to the group.
•
To manage a group, select Menu > Phonebook >
Option > Caller groups. Select a group and then
select Option. The following options are displayed.
Option
Function
View members
You can view the contacts
in the group.
Delete
You can delete the group.
Delete all
You can delete all the
groups.
Send text message
You can send an SMS
message to the contacts
in the group.
Caller Groups
Send multimedia
message
You can create a new group, add a new contact to the
group, and manage the groups.
You can send an MMS
message to the contacts in
the group.
Group settings
You can rename the group,
assign a ring tone to the
group, and add a picture to
the group.
Unmark all
You can unmark all the selected
contacts.
•
To create a new group, select Menu > Phonebook >
Option > Caller groups > Add new group. You can
assign a name, ringtone and picture for the group.
•
To add a new contact in a group, select Menu >
Phonebook. Select the contact. Select Option >
Caller groups. Select a group. Select Option >
View members > Options > Add members. The
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Phonebook Settings
To view or define settings for your phonebook, select
Menu > Phonebook > Option > Phonebook settings.
•
Managing Contacts
•
•
Preferred storage: You can select either SIM or
Phone or both as the default memory location to
store the contacts.
My number: You can manage your own information.
The following sub-menus are present.
•
Edit my number: Enter your name and other
personal details such as Mobile number, Home
number, Company name, Email address, Office
number, and Fax number. Select OK and Save.
•
Send my number: You can send your
information to any number via SMS, MMS,
e-mail and bluetooth.
Extra Numbers: You can view some special
purpose phone numbers. The following sub-menus
are present.
•
Owner numbers: Contains the number and
name of the owner. You can edit or delete the
information.
•
Service numbers: Contains the service
numbers provided by the operator.
•
Memory status: You can view the number of
contacts stored in the SIM and mobile phone.
•
Copy contacts: You can copy all the selected
records from SIM card to phone memory and from
phone memory to SIM card.
•
Move contacts: You can move all the selected
records from SIM card to phone memory and from
phone memory to SIM card.
•
Delete all contacts: You can delete all the contact
records stored in the SIM card and phone memory.
Searching Contacts
1.
Select Menu > Phonebook
2.
Enter the contact name.
3.
The contact will be displayed.
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Messages
Send to
You can select recipients
for the message. You
can enter a new number
or select from the
Phonebook.
Insert symbol
You can select the
required symbol to
include in the message.
Input Method
Options
You can set the input
options to T9, add a new
T9 word or enable auto
completion, alphabetic
prediction and chinese
prediction under
Advanced Settings.
Edit options
You can mark the required
text of a message, select
Copy all to copy the
complete text or Cut
all to cut the complete
message and paste at a
desired location.
You can send SMS and MMS messages to your contacts.
SMS and MMS are convenient and inexpensive means
of communication. You can send a text message to
other people via SMS service. MMS allows you to send
messages by including multimedia content such as
pictures, audio files, video files, and so on.
You can use the Messages menu in your phone to send
an SMS and MMS message to other mobile phones or
any other equipment that can receive SMS and MMS.
Messages
The MMS facility is available only if you
subscribe it from your network operator.
To access the messages function select Menu >
Messages. The list of options are displayed.
Write Message
You can create SMS and MMS messages.
SMS Messages
1.
To create a SMS message select Menu > Messages
> Write message > Text message.
2.
Enter the message in the text pane. The text input
mode is displayed at the top left of the screen. Press
and release # to select the appropriate text input
mode (refer “Text Input Mode” on page 55).
3.
Enter the message and select Option. The following
options are present:
Option
Function
Insert template
You can use a message
template stored in
Templates folder.
Advanced
You can insert an object,
number of a contact,
name of a contact, and
bookmarks. You can also
select the text formats
such as size, style,
alignment and paragraph
styles for the text.
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Save to drafts
You can save the message
as a draft in Draft folder.
1.
Select Send to and select the recipients of the
message.
2.
Select Option > Send, to send the message.
Input Method
Option
You can set the input options
to T9, add a new T9 word
or enable auto completion,
alphabetic prediction and
chinese prediction under
Advanced Settings.
Edit options
You can mark the required text
of a message, select Copy all to
copy the complete text or Cut
all to cut the complete message
and paste at a desired location.
Add picture
You can add a picture to the
message.
Add sound
You can add a sound to the
message. You can also record
a new sound using a sound
recorder and save it in the
folder.
Instead of selecting Option, press the menu
key to quickly send the message to a number
in Phonebook.
Messages
MMS Messages
1.
To write a MMS message select Menu > Messages
> Write message > Multimedia message.
2.
Enter the message in the text pane. The text input
mode is displayed at the top left of the screen. Press
and release # to select the appropriate text input
mode.
3.
Enter the message and select Option. The following
options are present:
Option
Function
Send to
You can select recipients for
the message. You can enter a
new number or select from the
Phonebook.
Insert symbol
You can select the required
symbol to include in the
message.
Add video
You can add a video to the
message.
Add subject
You can add a subject to the
message.
Preview MMS
You can preview the message
before sending.
Slide options
You can set to display a slide
either behind or before the
message and set the slide
display timings.
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Advanced
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View: You can view the message.
•
Reply by SMS: You can send a text message to the
sender of that message.
•
Reply by MMS: You can send a multimedia
message to the sender of that message.
Save as template
You can save the message as a
template in Template folder.
•
Call sender: You can call the sender of the
message.
Details
You can view the details of the
message such as message
type, subject, size, number of
recipients, and attachment list.
•
Forward: You can send the message to another
recipient.
•
Delete: You can delete the message.
•
Delete all: You can delete all the messages.
•
Mark several: You can select multiple messages,
one by one.
•
Save to Phonebook: You can save the numbers to
the phonebook.
•
Mark as unread: You can mark a message as
unread.
•
Advanced: You can copy and move messages from
the phone memory to SIM card or from SIM card to
phone memory.
7.
To open a message, scroll to a message and press
the menu key.
8.
After a message is opened other functions can
be performed. Select Option to list the following
options: Reply, Call sender, Forward, Delete,
Edit, and also other Advanced options to use the
number, URL, e-mail, USSD, copy or move the
messages from phone memory to SIM card or from
SIM card to phone memory.
4.
Messages
You can use a message
template stored in Templates
folder.
You can attach a file, contact
details, and insert bookmarks.
5.
Select Option > Send to and select the recipients of
the message.
Select Option > Send, to send the message.
Instead of selecting Option, press the menu
key to quickly send the message to a number
in Phonebook.
Manage Your Messages
The inbox, draft, outbox and sent folders display the
number of stored messages in parenthesis.
Inbox
The Inbox stores and displays all the incoming SMS and
MMS messages.
To access the Inbox, select Menu > Messages > Inbox.
The Inbox displays a list of messages.
6.
Scroll to a message and select Option to view the
following list of options.
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Drafts
2.
Select Option to view the following list of options.
Messages that have been saved to be sent later are
stored in Draft.
•
View: You can view the message.
•
Resend: You can resend the message.
•
Edit: You can edit the message.
•
Delete: You can delete the message.
•
Delete all: You can delete all the messages.
•
Mark several: You can select multiple messages,
one by one.
•
Advanced: You can copy and move messages from
phone memory to SIM card or from SIM card to
phone memory.
3.
Press the Menu key to view the message.
4.
Press Option > Resend to send the message.
Messages
1.
To access unsent messages, select Menu >
Messages > Drafts.
2.
Select Option to view the following list of options.
•
View: You can view the message.
•
Send: You can send the message.
•
Edit: You can edit the message.
•
Delete: You can delete the message.
•
Delete all: You can delete all the messages.
•
Mark several: You can select multiple messages,
one by one.
•
Advanced: You can copy and move messages from
phone memory to SIM card or from SIM card to
phone memory.
•
Details: You can view the details of the multimedia
or e-mail message. This option is not present for
SMS messages.
3.
Press the menu key to view the message.
4.
Select Option > Send to send the message.
Outbox
Messages that were undelivered to the recipient due to
some reason are stored in Outbox.
1.
To access undelivered messages, select Menu >
Messages > Outbox.
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Sent Messages
You can store total number of 100 e-mail
messages and maximum of 50 e-mail
messages per e-mail account.
Messages
Messages that have been sent and delivered are stored
in Sent.
1.
To access sent messages, select Menu >
Messages > Sent.
Configuring Email Accounts
2.
Select Option to view the following list of options.
•
View: You can view the message.
You have to configure and create an e-mail account to
access the e-mail functionalities.
•
Forward: You can send the message to another
recipient.
•
Delete: You can delete the message.
•
Delete all: You can delete all the messages.
•
Advanced: You can copy and move messages to
the phone memory.
3.
Press the menu key to view the message.
The messages are saved in Sent, only if it is
activated in Messages > Message settings >
Common settings. Refer “Message Settings”
on page 54.
Email Messages
You can send, receive, and manage e-mail messages. To
access, select Menu > Messages > Email.
The E-mail acccount has to be configured
created and activated to access the e-mail
messages.
1.
To create an e-mail account Menu > Messages >
Email > Email accounts > Options > New account
> A message appears Start to create account? >
Select Yes.
2.
Enter the e-mail address and select Options > Next.
3.
Select the required protocol and Options > Next.
The data account is displayed. Select Options >
Next.
4.
Enter the Incoming server address. Select Options
> Next.
5.
Enter the outgoing server address. Select Options
> Next.
6.
Enter the user name. Select Options > Next.
7.
Enter the password. Select Options > Next.
8.
Enter the account name. Select Options > Done.
The e-mail account is saved.
9.
Select Options > Activate to activate the e-mail
account.
Instead of selecting Option > Next, press the
menu key to quickly go to the next step.
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Send and Receive
messages.
You can view the number of messages sent and received.
2.
Scroll to a message and select Option to view the
list of inbox options.
Write Email
3.
To open a message, scroll to a message and press
the menu key.
To write an e-mail, select Menu > Messages >
Email > Write Email.
2.
Enter the following details:
Messages
1.
3.
Messages that were undelivered to the recipient due to
some reason are stored in Outbox.
•
To: You can enter the recipient’s e-mail
address.
•
CC: You can enter the e-mail address of the
receipient, to whom a copy of the e-mail has to
be sent.
•
BCC: You can enter the e-mail address of the
receipient, to whom a blind copy of the e-mail
has to be sent.
•
Subject: You can enter the subject of the
e-mail.
Email Sent
•
Attachments: You can also include
attachments.
•
Priority: You can set the priority for the
message.
Select Done > A message appears displaying the
size of the message > Select Yes to send the
message.
Email Inbox
The Inbox stores and displays all the incoming messages.
1.
Email Outbox
To access the inbox, select Menu > Messages
> Email > Inbox. The inbox displays a list of
1.
To access undelivered messages, select Menu >
Messages > Email > Outbox.
2.
Select Option to display the outbox options.
3.
Press the menu key to view the message.
4.
Press Option > Send to send the message.
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Messages that have been sent and delivered are stored
in Sent.
1.
To access sent messages, select Menu >
Messages Email > Sent.
2.
Select Option to display the sent options.
3.
Press the menu key to view the message.
4.
Press Option > Send to resend the message.
Email Draft
•
Languages: Select the required language.
Messages that have been saved to be sent later are
stored in Drafts.
•
Channel settings: Select, add, edit, and delete
channels.
1.
To access unsent messages, select Menu >
Messages > Email > Draft.
2.
Select Option to view the draft options.
3.
Press the menu key to view the message.
4.
Press Option > Send to send the message.
Templates
When you send messages to contacts, you can use the
predefined messages stored in Templates folder. You can
use a text message template for an SMS message and
multimedia message template for an MMS message.
Messages
Clear Emails
Messages stored in the inbox, outbox, sent, and drafts,
that are not required can be deleted. To access, select
Menu > Messages > Email > Clear mailbox.
Delete Marked Emails
Marked messages stored in the inbox, outbox, sent,
and drafts can be deleted. To access, select Menu >
Messages > Email > Clear mailbox.
Templates
You can use a message template stored in Templates
folder.
Broadcast Messages
You can select to receive broadcast messages. On the
home screen, select Menu > Messages > Broadcast
message.
•
Receive mode: Select On to get information about
the reception tower.
•
Read message: Select this to read the message.
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Message Settings
MMS Settings
To view or define settings for your messages, select
Menu > Messages > Message settings.
Select Message settings > Multimedia message to edit
the following MMS settings:
SMS Settings
Select Message settings > Text message to edit the
following SMS settings:
Profile settings: You can view and edit the profile
name, validity period, and type of message.
•
Common settings: You can set the following
options:
Messages
•
Settings
Function
Delivery report
You can get a confirmation
report whether or not the
message has been delivered.
Reply Path
You can view the message
centre number, provided by
your service provider, via which
your messages are sent and
received.
Save sent
message
You can save the sent
messages.
•
Memory status: You can view the number of
messages stored in the SIM and mobile phone.
•
Preferred storage: You can select SIM card or
Phone memory as the storage location of messages.
By default, the storage location will be Phone
memory.
•
Preferred connection: Select the type of
connection whether GPRS or GSM or only GSM.
You can also update the MMS settings from
www.sonimtech.com/support and then click
Over the air Internet Settings.
•
Profiles: You can add a new profile, activate, and
view the details of an existing profile. You can view
the profile name, data account, connection type,
user name, and password.
•
Common settings: You can set the following
options:
Settings
Function
Compose
You can set the slide time,
creation mode, picture size
and select to insert signature
automatically. You can enter the
text, picture, video, or sound for
the signature.
Sending
You can set the validity period,
activate to receive the delivery
report and read report, priority,
delivery time and save the sent
message.
Retrieval
You can select to retrieve the
message in home network or
while roaming. You can allow
or reject anonymous mails and
advertisements, You can send
the read report and delivery
report.
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Settings
Function
Preferred
storage
You can select mobile phone or
memory card as the stoarage
location of messages.
Memory
status
You can view the number of
messages stored in mobile
phone and memory card.
Messages
Voicemail Server
Your incoming calls can be forwarded to your voice mail.
Callers will be prompted to leave a message for you. This
feature requires you to enter a voice mail number which
is provided by your service provider. To set voice mail
number, select Menu > Messages > Message settings
> Voicemail server. Enter the number provided by your
service provider. Select Save. This number should be
used when you want to listen to your stored voice mail
messages.
When you need to listen to your incoming voice mail
messages, select Menu > Messages > Text message
> Voicemail server. Select voice mail number. Select
Options > Call voicemail. You are connected to your
mailbox where you can hear the stored voice mails
messages.
Text Input Mode
When you enter text, the input mode is displayed at the
top left of the screen. Press and release the # key to view
the different text input modes, that is conventional (Abc/
ABC/abc) and numeric (123). Press and hold the # key to
enable the T9 mode.
In conventional mode, you can enter a letter by
repeatedly pressing a key until the letter you want
appears. Numeric mode is used to input numbers.
In T9 mode, when you press a key, the alphabets or
letters are displayed. Scroll to the alphabet or letter and
press the menu key to select.
1.
2.
To enter a character, press the numeric key
repeatedly until the desired character appears on
the screen. For example, to enter GOOD, in the text
mode, press 4 once to display G, press 6 thrice to
display O, and again press 6 thrice to display O and
press 3 once to display D.
OR
If you are in T9 mode, press 4 once. Press 6 twice.
Press 3 once, scroll to and select GOOD.
3.
When editing text, to insert a space between
characters or words, press 1.
4.
To erase a character select Clear.
5.
Press 0 to insert a full stop(.).
You can also select Options > Edit to edit the voice mail
name and number.
For quick access to voice mail, press and hold
1.
To switch between upper case (ABC), lower
case (abc) or sentence case (Abc), use key #.
When the sentence case is used, the letter which
comes immediately after the characters full stop
(.), exclamation mark (!) and question mark (?)
automatically becomes capital.
To insert special characters, press * to display the special
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Profiles
characters. Press the navigation keys to scroll through
the special characters. Select the character to appear in
the text.
Press and hold * to display the text input in different
languages. Press the menu key to select the language.
Select Done to change the text input language.Profiles
to choose tone settings, ring volume, alert type,
ring type or extra tone. Select Menu > Profiles >
Meeting > Activate to activate this profile. You
can also press and hold the # key to activate the
meeting mode.
•
Outdoor: Here both the vibrate and ring modes are
enabled. Parameters in this mode can be changed.
Select Menu > Profiles > Outdoors > Option >
Customize to open the Customize screen. You can
use this screen to choose tone settings, ring volume,
alert type, ring type, or extra tone.
•
Silent: Here all sounds are kept in mute. Select
Menu > Profiles > Silent > Activate to activate this
profile.
You can activate and modify various settings on your
Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G phone using Profiles.
On the home screen, select Menu > Profiles to display
the options.
You can customise the profiles to use features such
as tone settings, ring volume, alert type, ring type and
extra tone. There are six environment profiles present in
this phone. General is the default profile, while the other
profiles are Meeting, Outdoor, Silent, Flight mode and
Headset.
You cannot change the parameters for the
Silent mode.
•
•
General: This is the default profile where all
sounds are enabled. Parameters in this mode can
be changed. Select Menu > Profiles > General
> Options > Customize to open the Customize
screen. You can use this screen to choose tone
settings, ring volume, alert type, ring type or extra
tone. Select Menu > Profiles > General > Options
> Activate to activate this profile.
Meeting: Here only the vibrate mode is enabled.
Parameters in this mode can be changed. Select
Menu > Profiles > Meeting > Customize to open
the Customize screen. You can use this screen
Alarm tone will be played even in Silent profile.
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•
Flight mode: Here all sounds are kept in mute.
Select Menu > Profiles > Flight mode to open
the Flight mode screen. Select Flight mode to
activate this profile. In this mode, you cannot make
or receive calls but can play Media player and FM
radio. You can deactivate the flight mode only by
selecting Menu > Profiles > Flight mode > Normal
mode.
•
Headset: Parameters in this mode can be changed.
Select Menu > Profiles > Headset > Customize to
open the Customize screen. You can use this screen
to choose Tone settings, Volume, Alert type, Ring
type or Extra tone.
Sound Settings
Select Menu > Profiles > General > Customize.
Changing it effects the current set profile. The following
sound settings are displayed:
Tone settings: You can set the tone for incoming
calls, messages, and keypad.
2.
Volume: You can set the volume for ringtone and
keytone.
3.
Alert Type: You can set the alert type for incoming
calls and messages. You can select Ring only,
Vibrate only, Vibrate and Ring, Vibrate then ring.
4.
Ringtype: You can set the ringtype for your calls,
SMS alerts, alarms, and calendar. You can select
single ring type, repeated ring type, or ascending
ring type.
Profiles
1.
You can download and store ring tones over
Bluetooth or WAP. The supported ringtone
formats are MIDI, MP3, WAV, AAC and AMR.
5.
Extra tone: You can set tones for warning, error, and
connections.
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Tools
Edit Events
This section contains miscellaneous features supported
by the handset.
Select Menu > Tools > Calendar > Option > View.
Select the event. Select Option > Edit. Make the
changes. Select Done and Save.
Tools
Calendar
The calendar enables you to set appointments, schedule
reminders when required, set alerts and repeat specific
settings. Tasks can be viewed on daily and weekly basis.
Alarm
1.
To access the Organizer and its associated
functions, select Menu > Tools > Calendar. The
calendar for the current month is displayed. Use the
navigation keys to navigate across months.
1.
To set a simple alarm, select Menu > Tools > Alarm
> Edit > On. Enter the time and select Repeat >
Once. Select Done.
2.
Select Option to view the list of options available.
2.
To set a recurrent alarm, select Menu > Tools
> Alarm > Edit > On. Enter the time and select
Repeat > Everyday or Custom. Using the menu
key, select the day and select Done.
3.
To set the alarm tone, select Menu > Tools > Alarm
> Edit > Alarm tone > Tone. Select the alarm tone.
4.
To enable snooze, select Menu > Tools > Alarm >
Edit > Snooze. Use the left and right arrow keys to
set the time for snooze.
•
View: You can view the list of events for the
day.
•
View all: You can view all the events.
•
Add event: You can enter a new event.
•
Delete event: You can delete an event.
•
Jump to date: You can go to a particular date
and view the events for that date.
•
Go to today: You can access the current date.
•
Go to weekly view: You can view the list of
events for the week.
When you are in weekly view, the option
changes to Go to monthly view to view the
calendar of the month.
You can set alarm for a particular time. Select Menu >
Tools > Alarm.
The alarm will work even if the phone is in
Silent mode.
The alarm will work even if the phone is
switched off.
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Calculator
This phone accepts numbers up to a maximum
of 12 digits per entry.
Tools
The calculator in this phone is designed to perform
simple mathematical calculations.
1.
Select Menu > Tools > Calculator.
2.
To enter the numbers, press the numeric keys.
3.
To use mathematical operators use the navigation
keys.
Navigation Key
Operation
Up
+ (Addition)
Down
- (Subtraction)
Left
* (Multiplication)
Right
/ (Division)
4.
After performing the calculations, press the menu
key for the final result.
The following calculator options are also displayed.
Option
Function
MC
Clears number from memory
MR
Reads the number from memory
M+
Adds a number to the number in
memory and stores the result in
memory
M-
Subtracts a number to the
number in memory and stores the
result in memory
Unit Converter
You can convert one type of physical units to another
type. Select Menu > Tools > Unit converter.
1.
Select the type of physical unit. Use the Right or Left
navigation keys to scroll. For example, Weight from
Kg to Pound.
2.
Scroll down and enter the value in Kg slot or Pound
slot, for example, 10 Kg and select OK.
3.
The Weight for 10 Kgs is converted to pounds and is
displayed in the Pound slot.
You can select Unit converter > Currency converter to
convert the currency based on rate. Enter the rate and
then enter the local value of the currency. The equivalent
foreign value of the currency is displayed.
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Tools
World Clock
Notes
You can view the time of major cities in different time
zones using this function. You also have the option to use
Daylight Saving Time (DST).
Select Menu > Tools > Notes to store the required
information.
The local time is displayed in the lower half of the screen.
Typical Stopwatch
1.
To view the international clock, select Menu > Tools
> World clock.
Select Menu > Tools > Typical stopwatch to start and
stop the timer, as required.
2.
To view the time of different cities, select the
required city using the navigation keys and the time
is displayed.
Text Reader
3.
To set Daylight Saving Time (DST), select Menu >
Tools > World clock > Option > Daylight saving
time for foreign city > On.
Sound Recorder
Select Menu > Tools > Sound recorder.
1.
To record an audio file, select Option > New record.
2.
To temporarily stop the recording, select Pause.
3.
To continue with the recording, select Cont.
To end the recording, select Stop. A message
appears Save audio? > Select Yes. The recorded
audio file is stored under My files. For more
information refer “Managing Your Files” on page 40.
Audio Playback
4.
The user can do instant playback of the recorded audio
within the sound recorder. To listen to a recorded audio
file, select Menu > Tools > Sound recorder > Options
> List. You can also select Menu > My files > Open >
Audio > Open to access the audio files.
Select Menu > Tools > Text reader to view and read the
.txt files.
SIM Card Menu
You can access certain services provided by the operator
using this menu. This feature can be accessed via Menu
> Tools > Operator service.
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Java
Installing Java Application from WAP
Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G has a set of Mobile Java
applications pre-installed on the phone. You can also
download more Java applications via WAP, Bluetooth, SD
Card or Java Application Manager.
Configure WAP as described in “WAP Browser” on page
62. Launch WAP. Browse http/WAP link where the file (.jar
or .jad) is present. Select the file. The installation process
begins. Once the application is installed successfully, it
will be displayed in the Java box.
Network Profile Settings
To use the applications requiring internet service, the
network profile must be set.
Select Menu > Connectivity > Java Profiles. Select the
homepage, data account and connection type for the
profile.
Applications
GPSData
Installing Java Application from SD Card
Select Menu > My files > Memory card. Select the file
(.jar or .jad). The installation process begins. Once the
application is installed successfully, it will be displayed in
the Java box.
City Cruiser
The application provides information on longitude,
latitude, and altitude. To access this application, select
Menu -> Applications -> Java -> GPSData.
City Cruiser is a GPS navigation application for mobile
phones. This application provides voice-guided turnby-turn navigation. The application downloads the local
maps provided by the application service provider.
Application Manager
To use this application, you should configure the Java
network profile by selecting Connectivity > Java.
This is a Mobile Java application download service
provided by Sonim. The application provides links to a
set of Mobile Java applications recommended by Sonim.
In order to use the application, ensure to setup the Java
Network Profile settings. To access this application,
select Menu -> Applications -> Java -> Application
Manager.
Opera Mini
Opera Mini is one of the most popular mobile web
browsers. Opera Mini presents the users with rich and
very fast web experience. The Sonim XP5300 FORCE
3G comes with a pre-bundled copy of Opera Mini. Select
Menu > Applications > Java > Opera Mini to launch
Opera Mini.
To launch the City Cruiser, select Menu > Applications >
Java > City Cruiser.
Once the application is launched, select the country with
which you want to use this application. The application
data for the selected country is downloaded and installed
on the phone as separate application. For example: City
Cruiser UK.
Some Java applications running in the
foreground can be pushed to the background
by pressing the
key.
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WAP Browser
WAP Browser
This mobile phone has an internal WAP browser that
allows you to browse contents of various WAP websites
on the Internet. This facility is made available only if
you subscribe to a data service from your network
operator for Internet access. You need to consult your
local operator for more details. Configure the WAP when
you use it for the first time. Some WAP parameters on
your phone have already been set to a specific network
operator. If you utilize the services of the same network
operator you can directly operate the WAP service with
the available configuration. If not, you need to reconfigure
the settings.
If you are unable to view WAP web pages
because of change in WAP parameters or
change in WAP web address or contents,
please consult your network operator and
Internet Content Provider (ICP) for updates.
•
Service inbox: This is the inbox for WAP push
messages.
•
Settings: The following configurations can be set via
this menu:
•
Profiles: In this menu, existing profiles are
listed on the display. Scroll to the required
profile and select OK. You can also add new
profiles.
•
Browser options: You can clear cache,
cookies and authentication information.
•
Preferences: You can set the time out, select
to display or not display images in the web
pages and you can enable or disable the
cookies and cache.
•
Security settings: You can view the trusted
certificates.
•
Service message settings: You can decide
whether or not to receive the push messages
from operators and web portals. You can set
the service loading, and white list numbers.
•
Restore browser settings: You can restore to
the original browser settings.
Select Menu > Browser. The following sub menus are
displayed:
•
Homepage: This is the page that is displayed first
when you open the WAP browser.
•
Bookmarks: You can use this menu to add and
manage your bookmarks and go directly to the
corresponding web address. You can also edit or
delete bookmarks via this menu.
•
Input address: You can enter a web address directly
and browse.
•
History: You can view web pages which you have
viewed previously. Click on them to open the pages.
•
Stored pages: You can view the pages that are
saved.
You can also update the WAP settings from
www.sonimtech.com/support and then click
Over the air Internet Settings.
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2.
Select the device of your choice. Select Pair.
3.
Enter the passcode (for example, 0000) in the Enter
passcode screen. The same passcode must be
entered for the other device also.
Bluetooth
4.
Select OK.
Bluetooth is a wireless connection that enables devices
to exchange information. Devices within a range of 10
meters can be connected wirelessly using Bluetooth
technology.
5.
When the other device accepts your request the
message Pairing Done is displayed on the screen.
6.
When the other device rejects your request the
message Pairing Failed is displayed on the screen.
Connectivity
Connectivity
You can access Bluetooth and data accounts.
The Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G is compliant with
Bluetooth specification 2.0 supporting the following
profiles: Headset profile, Hands free profile, Object
exchange profile, Dial up networking profile, Serial port
profile. This device can send images and audio files using
Bluetooth connection.
Prior to pairing the devices, ensure that the
visibility settings for the pairing devices are
activated. To activate the visibility settings,
select Menu > Connectivity > Bluetooth >
Settings > Visibility > On.
There may be restrictions on using Bluetooth
technology in some locations. Check with your
local authorities or service providers.
Activate Bluetooth
Select Menu > Connectivity > Bluetooth > Power
> On. Use the menu key to toggle between on and
off. When Bluetooth is activated, the Bluetooth icon is
displayed on the home screen.
Deactivate Bluetooth
Select Menu > Connectivity > Bluetooth > Power > Off.
Use the menu key to toggle between on and off.
Pairing Devices
1.
Select Menu > Connectivity > Bluetooth > Search
new device.
Do not pair with an unknown device for
security reasons.
Connecting a Bluetooth Headset
You can connect a bluetooth headset after pairing it with
your phone.
1.
Select Menu > Connectivity > Bluetooth > My
device.
2.
Select the paired Bluetooth headset.
3.
Select Option > Connect.
For more details, refer the user manual of the
Bluetooth headset.
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Rename Paired Device
1.
Select Menu > Connectivity > Bluetooth > My
device.
2.
Select the paired device.
3.
Select Option > Rename.
4.
Enter the new name.
Connectivity
5. Select OK.
Delete Paired Device
1.
Select Menu > Connectivity > Bluetooth > My
device.
2.
Select the paired device.
3.
Select Option > Delete.
If you cancel the pairing with a device that
is connected, pairing is removed and the
connection is switched off immediately.
Remote SIM
Mode
Select this option to access the
SIM card inserted in your phone
using Bluetooth car kit.
Sharing
Permissions
Select this option to provide full
control or read-only permission to
the other device connected to your
device.
About
You can view the device name, address and other support
services.
Sending Data via Bluetooth
You can transfer files to another compatible device.
1.
Select Menu > My files.
2.
To send an image file, select Images > select the file
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OR To send an audio file, select Audio > select the file
OR To send any other file, select Others > select the
file.
3.
Select Option > Send > via Bluetooth.
4.
Select the paired device to which you want to send the
file.
Bluetooth Settings
1.
Select Menu > Connectivity > Bluetooth > Settings.
2.
Edit the following details.
Option
Description
Visibility
Select On to show your presence
to other devices. Select Off to hide
your presence from other devices.
My name
Select this option to change the
name of your device.
5.
Storage
Select the storage location.
When the other device accepts your file, the message
Done is displayed on the screen.
6.
When the other device rejects the file, the message
Unfinished is displayed on the screen.
My devices screen displays the paired
devices. To send a data to an unpaired
device, select Search new device. Select the
unpaired device of your choice. Enter the pin
code when you are asked to enter.
Receiving Data via Bluetooth
To receive data using Bluetooth, your device should be
Bluetooth activated and must be visible to other devices.
1.
When you receive a data, you are asked if you want
to accept it.
2.
Select Accept to receive data OR select Reject to
refuse the data.
3.
If you accept, the data will be stored in My files >
Images or Audio or Others.
Connectivity
Data Account
You can set the Network account and view the GPRS
information.
To set the network profile, select Menu > Connectivity >
Data account and create a new data account.
GPRS: You can create, edit and delete the accounts.
You can edit the following information in the accounts:
Account name, APN, User name, Password and Authority
type, Primary DNS and Secondary DNS. Make the
changes and select Save.
USB Function
The USB cable of the phone can be used as a mass
storage device. When the phone is connected to the
computer via a USB cable, the following two options are
displayed:
•
Mass storage: Select this to use the USB cable as
mass storage device to transfer and synchronize
data between the Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G phone
and your computer.
•
COM port: Select this to use the phone with
PC-Sync software.
When the phone is connected to the computer
via USB cable, you can select only to charge
the phone by pressing the Back button. You
need not select the Mass storage or COM port
option.
When the phone is connected to the computer
via USB cable and the SD Card is also present
in the phone, the SD card and the phone
memory are displayed as two separate drives
in the computer.
When the phone is connected to the computer
via USB cable, you cannot access the My files
menu in the phone. To access the My files
menu, disconnect the USB cable.
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Refer “Managing Your Files” on page 40 for further
information.
Camera
The Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G has a 2MP (megapixel)
camera for taking pictures. The pictures can then be
saved in your phone.
•
Capture Mode: You can select the required
Capture mode, from the following options: Normal,
Continuous Shot, Burst Shot, Panorama, Add frame.
Select Menu > Camera OR press the camera key.
The camera is switched on.
•
•
Select the menu key OR press the camera key to
shoot the picture. The picture is auotmatically saved
in Menu > My files > Phone > Images.
Image Size: You can select the picture size from the
following options: QVGA, VGA, 1 MP and 2 Mp.
•
Highlight: You can enable or disable automatic
flash.
•
After clicking the picture, select Option to display
the following options:
•
Self-timer: You can enable the self-time and set it to
5 or 10 seconds. The picture will be shot only after
the seet time, after pressing the menu key.
Camera
•
•
Forward: You can send the picture to another
phone as multimedia message, e-mail or via
Bluetooth.
•
White balance: You can select the required white
background color balance.
•
Delete: You can delete the selected file.
•
Effects: You can select the required color effects for
the image to be taken.
•
Scene mode: You can select Auto for the scene
mode to be automatic or Night mode for the image
shot at night.
•
Advanced Settings:
Select Menu > Camera > Press LSK > Photo
Album > Select an image > Options > Use
as to set the saved image as wallpaper,
screensaver, and caller picture. Refer
“Managing Your Files” on page 40 for further
information.
Camera Options
To view the camera options, select Menu > Camera >
Press LSK. The following options are displayed:
•
Switch To: You can switch to Video recorder
mode or Camera mode, to shoot a video or take
photographs, or select Photo Album to view the
saved images. Select an image and click Options
to view the image options such as send the photo,
rename the photo, delete the photo, and so on.
•
Storage: You can set the default storage
location for pictures as Phone memory OR
Memory card.
•
Image Quality: You can select the picture
quality from the following options: Normal,
Good or Low.
•
Time Stamp: You can add time stamps to the
photographs and videos.
•
Shutter Sound: You can select the shutter
sound from the provided options.
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•
Anti-Flicker : You can set the frequency of
flicker as 50 Hz OR 60 Hz.
•
Restore default: Select this to reset the
camera settings to the original factory camera
settings.
Camera
While taking a picture, you can use the
navigation arrow keys and alphanumeric keys
to quickly access various camera options.
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Music
My Playlists
Media Player
You can view all the stored playlists. Select Option to
display the following options:
You can use the built-in media player to play the audio
and video files. To access media player, select Menu >
Music > Media player. The following sub-menus are
listed:
Now Playing
•
Music
You can view the audio/video files that is currently being
played. You can pause, stop, play the previous song, or
the next following song by using the navigation arrow
keys. Select Option > settings to display and set the
following settings:
Settings
Function
Player
settings
Define the background display
settings, shuffle the playlist, and song
repeat sequence of the playlist. You
can play the audio in background.
A strip in the screen indicates that
audio is playing in background. You
can also define the sound effects and
Bass enhancement.
Audio settings
You can define the play speed of the
audio.
Video settings
You can define the play speed of the
video.
Bluetooth
Settings
You can listen to music using a
Bluetooth stereo connected to the
phone.
Open: You can open a playlist and select Option.
The following options are displayed:
Option
Function
Play
Play a selected file.
Details
View the details of the file.
Move up
Select a file that is at the top of
the list by moving up. This option
is available only if there are more
than one file.
Move down
Select a file that is at the bottom
of the list by moving down. This
option is available only if there are
more than one file.
Add
Include a new file to the playlist.
Remove
Remove a file from the playlist.
Send
Send a file as a multimedia
message, e-mail message, or via
bluetooth to another user.
Use as
Use the file as a ringtone.
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New: You can add a new playlist.
•
Delete all: You can delete all the playlists.
•
Delete: You can delete a playlist.
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•
Rename: You can rename a playlist.
•
Storage: You can store the playlist in phone.
•
Manual input: You can manually enter the frequency
to play a channel.
Select ‘#’ key to input decimals while
entering the frequency.
You can play .mp3, .wav, .amr, and .aac audio
files. You can play MPEG and 3GP video files.
Music
FM Radio
The FM radio is built-in and
offers instant and easy access
to FM radio channels in your
phone. A wired headset must be
attached to the phone, as the
wire works as an antenna for the
radio. To connect the headset to
the phone, lift the cover with the
headset sign located on the left
side of the phone. You can then
listen to the radio via the wired
headset.
You should connect only 3.5 mm stereo
headset to use the FM radio.
Select Menu > Music > FM radio. The radio starts
playing. You can use the navigation keys to stop, play,
and search the required channel. Select Option to display
the following options.
•
Channel list: You can view the channels that have
already been saved. Select a Channel > Option >
Play to play.
•
Auto search: You can automatically search and
save the radio channels.
•
Settings: You can define the following settings:
Settings
Function
Background play
You can play the radio in
background. A strip in the
screen indicates that radio is
playing in background.
Skin
You can define the
background display settings.
Loudspeaker
You can select On to play
FM radio in the phone
speaker,
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Hardcoded Shortcuts
Hardcoded Shortcuts
The following are a set of special shortcuts related to
voice calls. Some of these features may require network
support.
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Enter 0 followed by SEND - releases all held calls
or sets User Determined User Busy (UDUB) for a
waiting call.
•
Enter 1 followed by SEND - Releases all active calls
(if any exist) and accepts the other (held or waiting)
call.
•
Enter 1X followed by SEND - Releases a specific
active call X.
•
Enter 2 followed by SEND - Places all active calls (if
any exists) on hold and accepts the other (held or
waiting) call.
•
Enter 2X followed by SEND - Places all active calls
on hold except call X with which communication
shall be supported.
•
Enter 3 followed by SEND - Adds a held call to the
conversation.
•
Enter 4 followed by SEND - Connects two calls and
disconnects the subscriber from both calls (ECT).
•
Enter 4 * “Directory Number” followed by SEND
- Redirects an incoming or a waiting call to the
specified directory number.
•
Enter 5 followed by SEND - Activates the completion
of calls to busy subscriber request.
•
Enter “Directory Number” followed by SEND Places all active calls (if any exists) on hold and sets
up a new call to the specified directory number.
•
Enter END - Releases the subscriber from all calls
(except a possible waiting call).
“X” is the numbering (starting with 1) of the
call given by the sequence of setting up or
receiving the calls (active, held or waiting)
as seen by the served subscriber. Calls hold
their number until they are released. New
calls take the lowest available number.
Where both a held and a waiting call exist,
the above procedures shall apply to the
waiting call (that is, not to the held call) in
conflicting situation.
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Micro SD (Secure Digital) Card
4.
Place the SD card in the designated slot and close
the silver clip.
5.
Replace the battery and the cover. Turn the battery
cover screws clockwise to lock the battery cover.
Micro SD Card
In Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G phone, you can insert
a removable Micro SD Card to increase the storage
capacity. This card is inserted into the slot inside the
phone. You can perform the following functions on the
SD card.
•
Formatting of the SD card.
•
Viewing memory details such as free space and total
space.
•
Setting the images in the SD card as wallpaper.
•
Setting the audio files in the SD card as ringtones.
The maximum capacity supported is up to
16 GB.
Inserting Micro SD Card into the Phone
1.
Ensure the phone is switched off.
2.
Lift the battery cover and remove the battery. For
instructions refer “Inserting the Battery” on page 15.
3.
Slide and lift the silver clip over the designated slot
located below the SIM card slot.
When the Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G phone is
connected to a computer using USB, the Micro
SD card is displayed as a separate drive in the
computer.
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PC-Tools
Sonim XP5300 PC Tools application provides
synchronization of contacts, calendar and related data
between your computer and XP5300 phone to ensure
that both media have complete up-to-date data at the
same time. You can also easily data transfer between a
computer and an XP5300 FORCE 3G phone.
Installation of PC-Tools
PC- TOOLS
You can download the Mobile Phone PC Tools Installer
from http://www.sonimtech.com/support/downloads.php
and install as follows:
1.
Connect to http://www.sonimtech.com/support/
downloads.php.
2.
Select the appropriate phone model.
3.
Click Accept to accept the terms of the disclaimer
and to continue downloading.
4.
Select the destination folder in your computer to
save the zipped file.
5.
Navigate to the destination folder and click the
Autorun.exe file to install the PC-Tools on your
computer.
Using PC-Tools with XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone
To use the PC-Tools with your XP5300 FORCE 3G Phone,
do the following:
1.
Click the PC-Tools icon (
desktop.
2.
Connect the XP5300 FORCE 3G phone to the USB
port of the computer using a USB cable.
) on your computer
If the phone is not connected to the computer,
then all the menus in the PC-Tools application
are disabled except Setup menu.
4.
Once the USB cable is connected, the USB config
screen is displayed on the phone. Select COM port
and click OK.
5.
Use Sync Manager application to syncronize data
including contacts and calendar, between your
computer and mobile phone to ensure both media
have complete up-to-date data.
For complete information on PC-Tools
installation procedures and using the PC-Tools,
refer XP5300 PC-Tools Installation and User
Guide.
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End User License Agreement
This wireless device, (the “Device”) contains software
owned by Sonim Technologies, Inc. (“Sonim”) and its
third party suppliers and licensors (collectively, the
“Software”). As user of this Device, Sonim grants you a
non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-assignable license
to use the software solely in conjunction with the Device
on which it is installed and/or delivered with. Nothing
herein shall be construed as a sale of the Software to a
user of this Device.
You shall not reproduce, modify, distribute, reverse
engineer, decompile, otherwise alter or use any other
means to discover the source code of the Software
or any component of the Software. For avoidance of
doubt, you are at all times entitled to transfer all rights
and obligations to the Software to a third party, solely
together with the Device with which you received the
Software, provided always that such third party agrees in
writing to be bound by these rules.
You are granted this license for a term of the useful life of
this Device. You can terminate this license by transferring
all your rights to the Device on which you have received
the Software to a third party in writing. If you fail to
comply with any of the terms and conditions set out in
this license, it will terminate with immediate effect Sonim
and its third party suppliers and licensors are the sole and
exclusive owner of and retain all rights, title and interest
in and to the Software. Sonim, and, to the extent that the
Software contains material or code of a third party, such
third party, shall be entitled third party beneficiaries of
these terms. The validity, construction and performance
of this license shall be governed by the laws of Delaware,
United States.
Comprehensive 3 Year Warranty
Sonim provides this Comprehensive three year warranty
for your mobile phone (hereinafter referred to as
Product”).
To activate the three year comprehensive warranty,
register your phone within 30 days at www.sonimtech.
com/register.
Should your Product need service, please contact your
local Sonim Customer Service Center. The online support
and country specific contact information can be found at:
www.sonimtech.com/support.
Our Warranty
Subject to the conditions of this Comprehensive 3 year
Warranty Sonim warrants this product to be free from
major defects in design, material and workmanship at
the time of its original purchase by a consumer, and for a
subsequent period of Three (3) years.
What We Will Do
If during the guarantee period, this product fails to
operate under normal use and service, due to defects
in design, material or workmanship, Sonim’s authorised
distributors or service partners, in the country/region
where you purchased the product, will repair or replace
at the sole discretion of Sonim, with the same or better
model in the same or better condition. Sonim and its
service partners reserve the right to charge a handling fee
if a returned product is found not to be under warranty
according to the conditions below.
Please note that some of your personal settings,
downloads or other information may be lost when your
Sonim Product is repaired or replaced. Sonim does not
take any responsibility for any lost information of any kind
and will not reimburse you for any such loss.
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You should always make backup copies of all the
information stored on your Sonim Product such as
downloads, calendar and contacts before handing in your
Sonim Product for repair or replacement.
3.
If Sonim 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 Sonim.
4.
This warranty does not cover any failure of the
Product due to normal wear and tear, or due to
misuse or abuse, including but not limited to use
in other than the normal and customary manner, in
accordance with the Sonim instructions for use and
maintenance of the Product. Nor does this warranty
cover any failure of the Product due to software or
hardware modification or adjustment, acts of God
or damage resulting from liquid interacting with the
product beyond what is described as acceptable
in the user guide for the product. A rechargeable
battery can be charged and discharged hundreds of
times. However, it will eventually wear out - this is
not a defect. When the talk-time or standby time is
noticeably shorter, it is time to replace your battery.
Sonim recommends that you use only batteries and
chargers approved by Sonim. Minor variations in
display brightness and colour may occur between
phones. There may be tiny bright or dark dots on
the display. These are called defective pixels and
occur when individual dots have malfunctioned and
can not be adjusted. Several defective pixels are
deemed acceptable.
Phone Care
End User License Agreement
The Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G is designated class IP68
for dust and water protection, according to the IEC
Ingress Protection (IP) Standard 60529. This means that
the phone is dust protected and can be submerged into
2m deep water for up to 30 minutes. Immersion in deeper
water can damage it and must be avoided.
The Sonim XP5300 FORCE 3G is solid and built for heavy
duty use. Its design protects against disassembly or
mechanical damage when subjected to forces equal to
free fall from the height of 2 meters. Subjecting the phone
to stronger impact and forces can damage it and must be
avoided.
Conditions
1.
The warranty is valid only if the product has been
registered within 30 days of date of purchase, and
sonim reserves the right to refuse warranty service
otherwise.
2.
Should the phone not be registered, the warranty is
valid only if the original proof of purchase issued to
the original purchaser by a Sonim authorised dealer,
specifying the date of purchase and serial number
for this Product, is presented with the Product to
be repaired or replaced. Sonim 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.
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End User License Agreement
5.
This warranty does not cover Product failures
caused by installations, modifications, or repair or
opening of the Product performed by a non-Sonim
authorised person. Tampering with any of the seals
on the Product will void the warranty.
6.
The warranty does not cover Product failures which
have been caused by use of accessories or other
peripheral devices which are not Sonim branded
original accessories intended for use with the
Product.
7.
The 3 year warranty does not cover battery,
accessories or any 3rd party SW applications, which
are instead covered to the extent provided by the
original vendor guarantee for these products.
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 SONIM 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.
DURATION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY. IN NO
EVENT SHALL SONIM 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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End User License Agreement
WARNING: Changes or modifications made to
this equipment not expressly approved by Sonim
Technologies, Inc. for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
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Declaration of Conformity
Declaration of Conformity
Sonim Technologies Inc, declares that the mobile phone
Sonim XP5300-E-R1 is in compliance with the essential
requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive
1999/5/EC.
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A
Connectivity 62
H
AGPS Settings 37
Contacts 41
Add 41
Call 62
Delete 62
Edit 62
Groups 43
Multiple contacts 43
Search 45
Send 62
Send message 41
Settings 45
View 62
Hardcoded Shortcuts 69
Audio
Playback 59
B
Index
Battery
Bars 15
Charge 15, 20
Usage 14
Bluetooth
Activate 62
Deactivate 62
Delete pair device 62
Headset 62
Pair devices 62
Receive data 62
Rename 62
Send data 62
Settings 62
Bookmarks 61
C
Calculator 58
Calendar 65
Call accept/Send key 19
Call list 30
Calls on hold/waiting 31
Camera 65
Options 65
D
Display Settings 34
Divert calls 31
E
e-mail messages 50
Configure account 50
Delete 50
Draft 50
Inbox 50
Outbox 50
Sent 50
Write 50
Homepage 61
I
International number dialling 30
J
Java
Installing Java Application From
SD Card 60
Installing Java Application From
WAP 60
K
Keypad
Accept/Send 22
Back 59
Clear 59
End call 22
Function keys 17
LSK/RSK 22
Navigation keys 19, 23
Power On/Off 22
L
F
Language 34
Fixed number dialing 33
Left Selection Key 19
Flight mode 55
M
FM radio 67
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Managing your files 39
Index
Menu
Calls 30
Connectivity 62
Key 20, 22
Main 26
Messages 46
Multimedia 67
My files 39
Phonebook 41
Profiles 55
Settings 34
SIM toolkit 20, 26, 59
Tools 57
WAP 61
Messages 46
Broadcast 52
Delete 48
Draft 48, 51
e-mail 48
Inbox 48, 51
Outbox 48
Sent 48
Settings 53
Template 52
Text input mode 54
Write MMS 47
Write SMS 46
Micro SD card 70
Insert 70
P
PC-TOOLS 72
Profiles 55
Flight 55
General 55
Headset 55
Indoor 55
Meeting 55
Outdoor 55
Silent 55
Unit converter 58
USB function 64
W
R
WAP 61
Address 61
Service inbox 61
Settings 61
Recording a call 33
Wired headset 71
S
Security Settings 38
World clock 59
Write Messages 46
Silent mode 55
Sound Recorder 59
Speed dial 35
T
Text input mode 54
Themes 34
Tools
Alarm clock 57
Audio playback 58, 62
Audio recorder 62
Calculator 58
Sound recorder 58
Unit converter 58
World clock 58
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