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A quick guide to your
Xda® IQ
Contents
Section 1
Section 2
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Getting started
2
Using it
Remove the rear cover
2
Work more conveniently
10
Insert your SIM card
2
Mobile phone
10
Insert the battery and
replace the cover
Internet and messaging
10
3
Video and pictures
10
Charge the battery
4
A world of connections
10
A tour of your Xda IQ
12
In the box
16
Turn on and set up
for the first time
4
Enter your PIN
6
Synchronise with your PC
7
Section 3
Help and troubleshooting
22
General questions
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Getting started
1. Open the rear cover
2. Insert your SIM card
Remove the rear cover by placing
the phone in one hand with the
keypad facing down in the palm
of your hand. Press down on the
back cover with your other hand
and slide it open in the direction
of the arrow.
Open the SIM card door on the
lower right. Insert the SIM card
into the door with its gold-plated
contacts facing down. Close the
door and press down to lock it.
Please be careful not to force any
of the SIM reader components,
as this may cause damage.
It doesn’t take much pressure
to insert the SIM correctly.
3. Insert the battery
and replace the cover
Carefully connect the battery
so the gold contacts connect
with the row of connectors
on the top left hand side of
the Xda IQ (just below the
camera lens). You can only fit
the battery one way and you
shouldn’t need to use force.
Gently press the battery down
to secure it (there’ll be a small
click as it’s locked into place).
Slide the battery cover towards
the camera lens then lightly snap
into place.
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Smart IQ: it’s a good
idea to charge the battery
for at least eight hours
before you use your
Xda IQ for the first time.
4. Charge the battery
You need to charge the battery
fully before using your Xda IQ
for the first time.
Connect the AC charger to your
Xda IQ and plug it into the wall.
We recommend you use the
AC adaptor the first time you
charge your Xda IQ, and not the
PC synchronisation cable.
5. Turn on and set up
for the first time
Turn on your Xda IQ by pressing
the power button on the top
left-hand edge.
Your Xda IQ will start to set itself
up and add settings supplied by O2.
A solid amber light shows
your Xda IQ is being charged.
This light will turn green when
the battery is fully charged.
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5
Smart IQ: you’ll block
your SIM card if you
enter the wrong PIN
three times. This means
you won’t be able to
make or receive any
calls, texts or picture
messages. Don’t worry
– you can easily sort this
out by contacting your
service provider. They’ll
unblock it for you
right away.
6. Enter your PIN
7. Synchronise with your PC
When your Xda IQ restarts,
it may ask you to enter the
PIN for your SIM. All new
connections to O2 have a
PIN on their SIM.
Because your Xda IQ is designed
to complement your PC as a
smartphone, you can work with
the same information in both
places. You can synchronise
your Xda IQ with Microsoft®
Outlook® on your PC. This will
let you keep a copy of your
address book, appointments
and emails on both your Xda IQ
and computer. Whenever you
add appointments or write
emails on your phone, you
can copy them across to your
PC each time you connect.
This way, you’ll always have a
back up copy of your information.
Tap in your PIN and select Enter.
If you’re an O2 Ireland customer,
please enter the PUK code
supplied with your SIM or call
Customer Service on 1909.
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To synchronise your Xda IQ
with your Windows PC,
you need to install Microsoft
ActiveSync® 4.1. You’ll find
ActiveSync on the Getting
Started CD in your Xda IQ box,
along with a copy of Microsoft
Outlook 2002 and a single
PC licence.
After you’ve installed ActiveSync,
connect the USB cable to your
PC and Xda IQ, then follow
the on-screen instructions to
get synchronised.
Now you’re set up,
let’s get going.
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Section 2
• Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Edition • 110 grams • 2.2” QVGA, 64k transflective colour backlit LCD • 64MB Flash ROM 64MB RAM • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • W
LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Video and MP3 playback • Bluetooth 2.0 and Infrared and Mini USB Connector • 2.5mm Audio Connector • Voice dialling and voice recorder • Integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera • Microsoft Pocket Outlook (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar, Ta
2.2” QVGA, 64k transflective colour backlit LCD • 64MB Flash ROM 64MB RAM • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • Wireless LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Vid
MP3 playback • Bluetooth 2.0 and Infrared and Mini USB Connector • 2.5mm Audio Connector • Voice dialling and voice recorder • Integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera • Microsoft Pocket Outlook (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks)• Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Edition • 110 gram
2.2” QVGA, 64k transflective colour backlit LCD • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • Wireless LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Video and MP3 playback • Bluetoo
and Infrared and Mini USB Connector • 2.5mm Audio Connector • Voice dialling and voice recorder • Integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera • Microsoft Pocket Outlook (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks)• Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Edition • 110 grams • 2.2” QVGA, 64k transflect
colour backlit LCD • 64MB Flash ROM 64MB RAM • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • Wireless LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Video and MP3 playback • Bluet
and Infrared and Mini USB Connector • 2.5mm Audio Connector • Voice dialling and voice recorder • Integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera • Microsoft Pocket Outlook (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks)• Windows Mobile • 110 grams • 2.2” QVGA, 64k transflective colour backlit LCD •
Flash ROM 64MB RAM • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • Wireless LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Video and MP3 playback • Bluetooth 2.0 and Infrared and M
Using it
Work more conveniently
The Xda IQ is one of the most
powerful connected handhelds
available. It gives you more
control over the way you
work – and where you work.
It keeps you in touch wherever
you go. You can access contact
information, browse the web,
send emails, track appointments
and much more.
Mobile phone
Make and receive calls to keep
in contact. Get in touch with the
office, or send text messages.
Status
icon
Internet and messaging
Use Outlook Mobile to send
and receive emails with
attachments, keep track of
meetings and events, and
keep in sync with Outlook
on your PC. Compose and
send picture messages or
text your contacts for a
speedy response.
Internet Explorer Mobile gives
you fast connection to the
Internet. Do your banking,
check your market prices or
catch up with the day’s news.
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Meaning
Status
icon
Meaning
Video and pictures
Battery is fully charged
Searching for an accessible Wireless LAN hotspot
Take detailed pictures or
shoot video with sound.
The Xda IQ has a high-resolution
camera and a clear high-quality
colour screen.
Battery is only 20% full
You’ll need to charge it soon
Connected to a Wireless LAN hotspot
A world of connections
With onboard support for
GPRS and Wireless LAN,
you have several ways of
connecting to the Internet
at a range of speeds. Just
choose what suits you and
your location. Bluetooth
means you’re wire free
and can use your Xda IQ
with car kits and headsets.
New instant message in MSN Messenger
Battery is nearly empty
New email, text or picture message(s)
Battery is empty
Phone is on with strong coverage
You’re connected to a foreign network
(you’re roaming)
Coverage is average
You’re in an area of GPRS coverage
Coverage is poor
You are connecting/connected to GPRS
Phone is searching for a network to connect to
Battery is being charged
Phone is switched off
Speakerphone is active
There’s no network available to connect to,
or no SIM in your Xda
You’ve missed a call
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In the box
Xda IQ
your all-in-one phone
and hand-held PC
Xda IQ case
to protect and carry your phone
Xda IQ battery
to power your phone
Microsoft Windows Mobile
Getting Started CD
including ActiveSync and
Outlook 2002
®
®
Xda IQ
Xda IQ
Getting Started CD
Portions © 2005
Microsoft Corporation.
All rights reserved
with Windows Mobile™ software
Includes Microsoft® ActiveSync® 4.1 Connectivity
Software and Microsoft® Outlook® 2002
6 9H 100
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45-16M Ver. A 2/2005
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Application CD
ClearVue Document Suite,
Wireless Modem USB Driver
Application CD
ClearVue Document Suite
Wireless Modem USB Driver
6 9H 200
38-10M Ver. A 2/2005
Handsfree stereo headset
Connection cable
to connect your Xda to your PC
AC adaptor
to charge your Xda IQ
Microsoft Windows
Mobile 5.0
user guide
Warranty card for Europe
O2 may change the contents of the Xda IQ box in the future. The images here
are purely to illustrate what’s in the box; the actual contents may look slightly different.
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Quick Start Guide
this booklet
Section 3
• Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Edition • 110 grams • 2.2” QVGA, 64k transflective colour backlit LCD • 64MB Flash ROM 64MB RAM • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • W
LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Video and MP3 playback • Bluetooth 2.0 and Infrared and Mini USB Connector • 2.5mm Audio Connector • Voice dialling and voice recorder • Integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera • Microsoft Pocket Outlook (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar, Ta
2.2” QVGA, 64k transflective colour backlit LCD • 64MB Flash ROM 64MB RAM • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • Wireless LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Vid
MP3 playback • Bluetooth 2.0 and Infrared and Mini USB Connector • 2.5mm Audio Connector • Voice dialling and voice recorder • Integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera • Microsoft Pocket Outlook (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks)• Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Edition • 110 gram
2.2” QVGA, 64k transflective colour backlit LCD • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • Wireless LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Video and MP3 playback • Bluetoo
and Infrared and Mini USB Connector • 2.5mm Audio Connector • Voice dialling and voice recorder • Integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera • Microsoft Pocket Outlook (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks)• Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone Edition • 110 grams • 2.2” QVGA, 64k transflect
colour backlit LCD • 64MB Flash ROM 64MB RAM • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • Wireless LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Video and MP3 playback • Bluet
and Infrared and Mini USB Connector • 2.5mm Audio Connector • Voice dialling and voice recorder • Integrated 1.3 mega pixel camera • Microsoft Pocket Outlook (Inbox, Contacts, Calendar, Tasks)• Windows Mobile • 110 grams • 2.2” QVGA, 64k transflective colour backlit LCD •
Flash ROM 64MB RAM • TI OMAP 850, 200MHz • Up to 4 hours talk time • Up to 150 hours standby time • GSM/GPRS Quad-band (850/900/1800/1900) • Mini SD slot • Wireless LAN 802.11b • GPRS class 10 • Speakerphone • Video and MP3 playback • Bluetooth 2.0 and Infrared and M
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Help and troubleshooting
Help online
Talk to us
Need technical help with your
Xda IQ? No problem. Send an
email to our support team:
If you have any general
questions about your Xda IQ,
your service provider will be
able to help. You’ll find their
contact details printed on
your monthly bill. If you’re
a corporate customer, we
recommend you contact
your internal help desk.
(UK) o2datasupport@o2.com
(EIRE) support@o2.ie
We will try to get back to you
within 24 hours or on the next
business day.
Smart IQ: our technical
support team can only
help you with how to
use your Xda IQ.
Need to ask about charges
on your account or services
not activated? Please contact
the service provider where
you bought your phone from.
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General questions
Can I use software
designed for the Xda sp
with my Xda IQ?
Xda IQ uses Microsoft Windows
Mobile 5.0 as the core system.
Applications written for the
Xda sp may not work correctly.
You should contact the
software vendor to check
if the application will work
correctly with Windows
Mobile 5.0.
Can I receive phone calls
or text messages while
using the Internet or
synchronising email
on my Xda IQ?
You can make and receive phone
calls when using Wireless LAN.
If you’re actively using your
connection in GPRS mode, your
phone calls will be forwarded
based on your settings – the
default is to divert to voicemail
(if it’s set up) or another number.
However, you can make and
receive calls if your GPRS is idle.
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What are the maximum
speeds of GPRS?
In GPRS mode, Xda IQ supports
a maximum download speed of
about 53kbps and an upload
speed of 26kbps.
How do I turn the
phone off and go
into PDA mode?
When I’m overseas, why
do I see a white triangle
at the top of the screen?
Smart IQ: to find out
more, check out
http://www.o2.co.uk/xda
The triangle means you’re
roaming on a foreign network
and roaming charges apply.
Can I close applications
using one of the buttons?
Press the End call key.
Press the power button at
the top left edge of the phone,
and select flight mode.
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